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: July 7, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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.


7, 1906.

NO. 19.

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

NOT' "AMVOCAMUlE". TnafReft e etth low .Of cean
-- esemIustlhe Vaft-aI. Statement sa- l settg EMttern .
_T hae heaat m.slmU stesm .
alaave fes 9 aW p ... ..- Wes t e a&......-- -
a.. ....O .-.w .... O.,...a *-tTlSSaS lift w n
MA "-"s tM- --- -m po wea Fouowi to th i eounm there will
Snq e beF d oftJl etw1 ii of the
In a recent issue of this newspaperW dl std of dtba p f oatoS at avin Basenk
we asked the question: "Is it not true Lae City, GaOn es Augtme of T wig a remark-
that no Leislature can 1rrevocably" DeU*DFmkisk abl9 t n p e e
o ter l ,nocalitie hte m tah e matter of 000
bind and controlthe action of It.s e.of t location l o t
cesmors, ad that a law made by ome sttuttiou. pf t.,s and-.- ..its.-l-ct
SLeA atur may be repealed or amend- The Joint meeting of the two boards ot dck
ed or modified by any of its suecess- onvened in Representve Hll at 10 mk total747 of. .
o?",, o'clock Thursday and the order of pro- Attached to the statement is a cherom
ors? ^ ,ceduro wa sinouneed as fotown: wo
The query was made with referenceGainesville and Lake City to be e lard S Wreviof these rstehU
to the veto by Governor Broward of an first, on the location of the Universi tion whi t d hpoitors and friends
actpassed bythe Legilatureof 1906. the former to open, one a one-ha will find of absorin teret. The
to require the Trustees of the Internal toe it two HoGnesv tt en s r by year, the
Improvement Fund to pay into the Rawls asked for Tallahassee an oppor- the year 18a, wnen it en businas ,
State treasury all moneys now in their tunity to be heard, and it was wi th$16,751.00 on deposit June 0, to
possession, etc. ftat cathe city solf have o e the present date, with 717. Also,
t theaale hPr o t eKontese that from $ 19..paidto depositors
that the Lft ature has no power to we. J.F.McKintry opened for April, 1, 180, the amount hasincreaed
control the inds heretofore revo a Gainesville, read an exedingly well semi-annally to $4,070. paid on April
bl vested In the board or the Proceeds written paper setting forth that city's
or the same. claims. e was followed by Rev. W. i e bank h4 been in operation of $0,-
From a source quite unexpected an J. Carpenter of Tampa and Mr. Jones The fact should be remembered that
answer to this query has been made, of Orlando on the same side. For Lake the figures givendo nm emorace, ay
and under circumstances which promise City appeared Mr. Small, Mr. A. J. or -ovrnment or tatede ts,
a final and authorative decision in the Davis amd Rev. C. H. Ferran of that ,they, -' hieloil
remies at no very distant day, by the place and Mr. C. E. Davis of Madison. -savings d oits; and they show beyond
highest legal tribunal in the country. The arguments for Gainesville and Lake the suspico s of a doubt, the a bslute
An important case, involving the City occupied almost the entire d, ability, a well a extraordinary
ueations which were raised by the last but Hon. F. T. Myers, Hon. W. populability, of this e extraorndidly mnaryed
tate administration as to the power of Rawls and Hon. Geo. P. Raney a nd popularity, of this splendidly managed
the Legislature to grant to railroads in spoke eloquently, if briefly, fr ll- Tne prospero wth of the State Say-
aid of their construction the swamp and hassee... in Ban i wlse demonstrates the
overflowed land that were granted to Theniht sessionofthe boards wa ings arou and encouraging inantecial
the State by the United States under held behind closed doors, and at a late I pr on of the people ot te countyancial
the act of Congress of September 28, hour the result was announced as fol- and constitute one of the peoplet ille courant,
1860, has recently been decided by Hon. low: The University was awarded to tions of the superior attractions and
Charles Swayne, judge of the United Gainesville by a vote of 6 to 4, and the advantages the county porweaSe as a
States Circuit Court or the Northern Female College to Tallahassee unani- lace ofdresidence and a promising field
District of Florida. This suit was mously. For successful business operations of all
"brought by Mathilda G. Kittel, as exec- The location of the blind, deaf and kinds.
utrix and devise of Joseph J. Kittel, dumb institution and the election of
against William S. Jennings andothers, faculties for all of the colleges will be STAT[MNT w THf MOiTiN
Trustees of the Internal Improvement the next duty of the boards. A.,l. O. vI.. in
Fund, to compel the Trustees to make .or TH
a deed to her for certain lands which Lee* Couty l j h School. CTAT EAVING RANK
had been certified by their predecessors At its meeting held on Tuesday the STAL SA IN GS AN K
in office to the Augusta, Tallahasee county school board assigned teachers OF TALLAHABBEF.,
and Gulf Rallroad Compan, the com- for the high school only, the list being
plainaint's claim to the an being based as follows: in the State of Florida. at the clope of business
upon a foreclosure proceeding and sale Principal, J. W. Wideman, with the tin the ath day of June. 1 06.
at which Joseph J. Kittel was the pur- following assistants, to be ass ined to .EURCE.
chaser. the respective grades: Misses Isabella Loans and Discountsa $279.0 421
On the completion of the first ten Goes, Carolina M. Brevard, May Wil- Bonds and Stocks _31200on
miles of said railroad (now the Carra- Hams Grace E. Elcam, Kate Sullivan. u..Due fm Banks and Bankers 2 11
belle Tallahassee and Gulf Railroad), Elisabeth C. Eppes, Grace Cobb. Jen- sh oah.nd 2000oo00
the then Board of Trustees gave to the nie Brevard. Hennie Chaires, with Miss
A. T. & G. R. R. Co. a certificstte for Davies for the Kindergarten. Total 72.74'7 07
108,000 acres of swamp and overflowed .. LIABILITIIES.
lands which had been selected as such Travelin Paeer Aent Rosco tal Stock paid n 0,000 00
b theState but.which hadPnot the_ Traveling Passenger Agent Roscoe C.,Surplus Fund.1o 0001
by the State but which had not then Snipes of the G. F. S Ry.. is the Undlvided rot
been patented by the United States to happy parent of a bouncing baby boy. Individual deposit. ubjct t chwk 327717 1)o
the Stateo. The company orrowed Congratulations! Total 372,747 07
money from Kittese lands tosecur The TheGovernor'sMansion committee is STATI or FLORIDA.
mortgagage on the lanes to secure payt hav reported to have raised by subscription County of Loon. C -
ment. The mortgage debt not having otha ntdm n B Wht .ld chir of the ab,ve named
been paid, the mortgage was foreclose nearly half of the amount deemed nec- rank. do lemnly swer that thetabove statement
in the United States court, the Trustees essary for the purchasing of a site. is true to the beat of my kn4wlid.reand belief.
of the I. I. Fund being made parties Attention is directed to the handsome P C. W mHITF.FJr.
defendant. They answered, admitting advertisement of Mr. Chas. G. Myers. sworn to and subscribed Iwef,,reme this':Kth day
the ivi of the certfcate and alleg- the well-known life insurance man, set- of June. IA.
uig el that the lands were in fact ting forth the attractions and advan- NEI.I.IE E. BASSETTr.
swamp and overflowed, and that as tages of the Security Mutual Life In-. (s A- NotarY P ." h
soon as patented to the State they surance Company of Binghampton, caRC* Attest: <; L.wis.
would make deeds for them to the N. Y., which he now represents as w. c L.wI.w
railroad company. Ceneral Agent, having severed his long. G. E. .w s.o,
The lands were sold under the decree continued connection with the Equita-
of foreclosure and purchased by Kittel; ble Life of New York.
and being subsequently patented to the We notice now running in the Bain-. S A. AVIN8. BANK w chartered in
State, his executrix and devisee, Ma- bridge Daily Argus an inco-ration no- s. ITA with the t NATIONAL BANK. ar uc-
thilda G. Kittel, aDplied to the then twice of the Panaeea Sprinfg o.. 7hwith the banking businre s of the old firm of
Board of Trustees, W.S. Jennings and capital stock of $100,000, $76,000 of B. c. Ltwia Sons. The following tables how
others then members, for a deed, which which it states it paid in, with privilege t standing wnd steady growth:
was refused. The refusal th' n resulted of increasing the capital stock at such On Juneth tIM, ~ 1prs,, te.m.oo00
in the suit to compel them to make a time as the company deems necessary, O. '4o'.44.0a.0
deed. The case came up for argument all stock to be at par or face value. i n. .. 0I
on demurrer to the bill and was argued The company proposes at an early date t. .. e1So
and the demurrer overruled. The prin- to make extensive improvements at te: is..m.
\ cipal questions raised by the demurrer Panacea among which will be the build- i. s. .: ,'S
were that the title of the lands was ing of a short railroad and putting ... ..i.0
not in the State at the time of the grant their curative mineral warers on the t .M0.00o
by the Legislature to the railroad corn- market in an up-to.date manner. uVe. ;'. s2
pany, as the patent had not at that "* "S::.
time been issued to the State; that the Legislature, and having their duties and I : :o. ; ; .s.a0
lands had been vested in the Trustees powers defined by the act of the Legis- *. 5 1044. 0
irrevocably by the Internal Improve- lature of 1865, cannot set up the de- .. ** 18 a..W
ment Act of 1865; that under the act of fense that the Legislature had no power During theme ywa it paid to deposttonr:
(Congress of 1850 the lands were granted to deal with the swamp and overflowed ApL t aiE S. 3.a
to the State for the purpose of drain- lands because such dealing contravenes oct. 1 iwo. 6.4S
age and reclamation; that the Legisla- the eact of Congress; that the issuance ApL l IM. WF
ture had no power to g.rant them to the of the certificate b the Trustees, the ApI. 1W. .e.
railroad company to aid in its construe- mortgage and the foreclosure proceed. Oct. u. .m7.a
tion, and that the giving of the certln- ing eomnstitate an estoppel of record as A'.. L .52"5
eate did not bind subsequent trustees. swain. the present Trustees, and that *, m: .muM
Judte Swayne filed a written opinion, tie Trustees were competent to under- on.. ~ s. .1 ,1e
goingnto the merits very fully. His take and give effect to their acts. .:' S C .
concusions, as stated, are that e act -.- .- ApL iES, .4.*
of Congress of 1850 is a rant in PoR SALE. o '. Z -S,
parents of the equitable title To allof .o f.. 0 '-1 ,
the swamp and overflowed lands in the One 6 H. P. E one 8 H. p..- S1, ...s.
Late ad when the ermtar of the Boiler, mounted; all in good order; also o .. -e .t
ntr~or esused tente s besu to one Duole 8 Cylinder Steam Pump. Api. lIe, u s,
vested as of the date of the act; that 18,m Tallahasse, Via. O. -.
the State was competent to deal with ~^ ... a^-^^' i ". *S
et. Inchoateor equitable title before ..... t" S .

tenta, subject to the rights 12 head of' Good Mules. Sound and ms
fthe ntd States locate and iso n t good oerd ad for eah. Can A
tifying the lands; that the ternal In- be Ae t of yrt ood Lamb
provement Act of 1865 doe not divert Co Waula, Fla. -18-4t 5 .
the ls from the purpose declared in --. .
the act of Congress, nor do basW a t a ls. .
acts of a* the !!o F ** ror oakeseveral yog g7odM "g y. -
to mllroads, imnto thInetam ma e Apply to New shirt waist lnen 3e,, at R. J.
I r tAhet mve e te fley; A Go. H. Avzmn 3vamL. *

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Tie *i.uaraftse st tor SaSe Laead STATE CAPITOL
WIa so3 l fS Pebe.
Tam M. a., Je S, It6emso f rb ae..s o Varies
Friend oai What has become of State Departmbats.
the matter of the ale by the Truste --es
@ftehe A undw, ort FI or KXWDUTIV DOWAWThNT.
State land Aatso t par, referred Api.ntmen@ : Fat sthe nw cowt
,to in your p, awt tim % ago? Do of S. Luel-ame I Andrewa, rot
y ntad ttt drop m sight? Pire o nt R. W.
Twenty-.three yes ago the was a Fort IAerw, phemn ufJ E. ialltsrnce
great ou y at e th sal of four million Bluffe rtult clerk; 0. Z.l$ m
acres ofand Uneesnto pe a S, whiec White t, tax collector; C. P.
ale was made under Bo Pamr adie- t ssp t
istration to get one mil dollars with Pism' o O0' u .
which to pay of the Voae judgments *.ot-m W.rve or
and thereby release all the other mil-. -;Foart P.iere, s.,- w.U- -regi.
lions of acres of State land so that it t iC. Jones, Qua. y .
That sae was a necessity, but how can W t Cityi.W. f. I ardee, Jensen,
this later sale at 80 eents be justifed R. R SSM ny
The treasury of the Board gained 'm loners B. F. tSebs
thousands of dollars for the expenditure W J. Ni ltt, Fort Pierce ad. W.
of which there was no poible occasion rd, Whie iycounty school
it was selg other laat from 1. 0Notaries Public State at Large-W.
to per se; It had no debts N. Shine, Geo. Adam. H ow Bar-
-You remind A of the way the boys nett, W. M. Bo twlek J# Jackson-
5S!8*Sa 0 v Wlle Re B Ranf-. .aacola; )Hrs.--
and girls play IideandSte" .. IWh RndeR k a
Sthe eker gets close to findinthe Ori d. klndoJh rbrtLmG. Sabr e;
den article, the cry is 0'youro hot I Oran Jo ;sif
Now, when you wasettin "hot" you J. S. weeks., Jr., Sagano.
dra off. Now be frank with your STATE DPARiTMENT.
readers, and tell us if the seent became Letters Patent: Young Pharmacy,
so strong that you hesitated at the pros- Miami, $100,000. Incorporators: W. .
pect of a personal encounter withoneof Young, LV H. 0. Lvingstoa, Ja. A.
thode pestiferoua little animals known Embley.
to furnish the rankest animal odor Atlantic Investment Company, Jack-
known to naturalists? In other words- sonville, $100,000. InsiW-atuars: A.
a skunk? J. Lederer, A. M. Endel, F.W. Bucky.
We want another chapter of this Timmons-Blount Company, Tampa,
reat land deal, and we want it "hot. $250,000. Incorporators: W.W. TIm-
)ont be afraid of the odor-it can't mons, B. W. Blount, J. V. Carson.
hurt any one in this case-but the ani- H. W. Metealf Company, Orlando,
mal itself. $50,000. Incorporators: H.. W. Met-
Watching for "more" from The True calf, S. J. Green, R. B. Carpenter,
Democrat, Herman Bermer, Jr.
Truly your friend- Citisen's Bank, Madison, $50,000. In-
Don't be alarmed. There is sure to corporators: W. H. Dal, A. Livig-
be-"moe a a f o ton Jr, J. T. Smart, W. T. Davis, T.
be "more" about that famous-or in- W. ale.
famous- land sale, and we hope to be South Pensaeola Land Company, Pen-
ready to give the public all of the ma- sacola, $100,000. Inhorporators: Wm.
trial facts and circumstances connect- .t. Knowles. W. 8. Keyser, J. M. Mul-
ed with it at no very distant day. Palmetto Hotel Im menet Com-
M rch Not pny Palmetto, 13000. Incorpo tors:
Lamb, J. Af. Iomj, 0. T. Jones.
First Baptist Church, Clinton street, Jno. W. Jackson, Ass M. Lamb.
near Adams, Frank W. Cramer, pastor. Seminole Press Brick Coumany, Jack-
'reaching service each Lord's Day at sonvill, $80000. Inoorporaior: s Rav.
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Bible School at mond C Jam IL Manarly, C. B.
10 a m. Junior Baptist Union at 8 p. Rogers, W. F. Caehman.
m. Senior B Y. P. U. at 4:30 p, m. The Hents Company, Blountstow,
Prudential Committee first Monday 810 000. In:cororors H. B. Gaskin,
night in each month at 8 o'clock. J. I. Henta J.. Jenntngs.
Prayer meeting each Wednesday night Jacksonville Suburbanannd Sesahore
at 7:45. Ladies' Aid and Missionary Railroad Company, Jacksonville, $OJ,-
Society, first Thursday in each month 000. Incorporators: John D. awrmee,
at 4 p. A cordial invitation is ex- William A. Riddle, M. H. Bides Wil-
tended to every person to come and liam D. Simmons, A. B. Humphmey,
worship with us. D. P. Myerson, Jr.
The morning subject for Lord's Day, Miamf Sponge Mattress and Pillow
July 9, will be, "Thy Kingdom Come. Company, Miami $15 6,000. Incorp-
In the evening the subject will be, "A tore: Lina Beecher, M. Tatum, E.
Wise Choice. Junior subject, "An V. Blackman, B. B. watum.
Ancient Port Arthur." Senior B. Y. Dozier & Gay Paint Company, Jack-
P. U. subject, "The Indwelling Christ." sonvilie, 60,000. Incorporators: Scre-
A cordial invitation is extended to every vpn Dozier, John H. Gay, Henry Aird.
person to come and worship with us. The Handley Company, Lakeland,
Trinity M. E. Church, South Rev. J. $30,000. Incorporators:. T. B. Hand.
W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday School at ley, H. A. McEachern, L. Cyatt
9:30 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior w. Clyatt, J. A. Cranford, V. .
Epworth League 4 p. m. Junior Ep- Jones, J. C. Owens.
worth League 3 p. m. Evening Ser. Preston-Millr Company, Creseent
mon at p. m. Public cordially in- City, $20 000. Iorrato C. H.
vited Prayer meeting Wednesday at Preston C., John W. Miller T. M. La
7:30 p. m. Bree, C H Preston, D. T. Uerow.
St. John's Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W. H BUPRKUB COURT.
Carter Rector, Services: Sundaysj Julius Solomon, assigned of Thomas
and Holy Days, Holy Communion 7 J. Taylor, Belknap Hardware Co. and
o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 o'cock a. m i Hargadin-McKittrick Dry Goods Co.,
and 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, 8 o'clock i appellants, vs. Tho. J. Taylor, appel-
p. m. St. Michaei's (colored). Ser- lee, Jefferson county. Appeal dismas-
I vices: Sundays, 4 o'clock p. m. Fri-, ed.
days, 4:30 o'clock p. m. Florida Hard Rock Phosphate Co.,
... t r T .. appellant, vs. H. L. Anderson, appellee,
NOTICE of Apeatki for Tax DeWe under iSee. Levy county. Decree reversed; opinion
S tiu 8 of Chapter 4. Laws of riorr by Shackelford, J.
Notice is here y ven that J. L. arrir pur. Frank F. Runnell et a, a llants,
I A. D. .. led. W e er ti.atef i t .. vs. City of Tampa, appellee, illibor-
and ha. made .ation or taxn d-eeto l= I ough county. Motion to vacate final
theafeeo wi l dsi. e8M l"a rdstfate mbrcen decree granted; opinim of Hooker, J.
oI newty Vort-. i: The ou t quarter at Philp Iscata et al, appellants vs.
artset u rter f northw-.t quarter of morh- Vineent de Corte. appelee, Hillsbor-
S~w e te at wbl 2oD north. o Dcre Anmed; oplnon
the date of te &lisuMaMe of muhene lA. Itt @c;JDcre red;-inio n
nm of A. W. GrOmuita. Un said srUiAte S. G. Walker, plaintiff In error, vs.
shall bhe redeemd according to law, tax deed will Tho. L. Parry, defendant, in error.
e* r o the lthday ,ofA 4n 1mum Oran county. Motion to extend time
th day of July. A. D. iu0, for filing transcript rsted.
(.sAL.) HENRY T. rLKL Rese Harriso n plaintiff in error, vs.
Clerk Circuit Court e n Countp. State of Flod4a, fendant in error,
NOTICE of Applieatson fr Tax DemJ udi Leon county. sed on 'suggestion
u. a of taert a lnw.of of death of plaintiff in error.
Note .1s Cer tIiabte N E. d s.ct. Wm. ., pidantiff in error, vs. State,
A D. lE ,hM 2Stasl S me L of Florida, defendant in error, Nassau
and ha .wade a.ppi.ate fo tar ded L.. a county. Motion to dismlis writ grant-

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THE TRUE DAT Eitor Fimtrad ad Business Man-
Ji MIuCa P, teer. ager McBride, of the Bartow Courier.
Informant, have resigned to move to
lumbus, Miss. ; ad em. E. M. Law has
RAtredl Secd Clm Matt March S1. l0t. at been engagd a FitagelMd's mCCSsor.
the Post Offe..t T.al ...r uundT. er M fraternIty will rgret to lose the
Act of C .rof_ Marh I=. -departing editor, but will heartily wel-
Offm In Telephone BuildM g, Cornw Adme and come Gen. Law to its ranks, sad wish
Clinton strfet. Telplim Ne, iso. him as high a degree of seesseM in his
-- work as was achieved by his predeces-
sbeeriptim on. Pr Yeaw, is Advanes. *or.

The country was shocked to larn of
the death of Serentary of State John
Hay, on latwday last. He had been
ill for some time, had recently returned
from an extended tour abroad, and was
supposed to be improving in health un-
til a day or two before his death, when
symptoms causing alarm developed,
sad despite the efforts of expert physi-
clans he passed away, the doctors stat-
in the immdIm lat cause o f death tno be

* Advertnleb s a bso on Appilation. Ing &FM Ie record aueR0"" *1- W. LM
__ -.--_ The Florida newspapers are record- pUhIiiaXry em1l1ism.
Talliaaseme, Fred, Jly 7, 9IM. ing the killing of a monster rattlesnake Mr. Hay has for many years been one
-- --_ in Levy county, measuring 13 feet, 7 1-2 of the most prominent figures in the
St. Lucie county starts on its career inches In length, and having 36 rattles political life of the nation, and his im-
with an intention to keep cool, as al- "and a button." The story may be press upon Its history and polity will be
ready two plants for ice factories are true, but intending Immigrants or per. not lees lasting than wholesome. His
in sight. sons desiring to visit the county named, connection with the diplomatic service
H H e W. ig of Marion should remember that this is the time dates back to the civil war period, and
county Henry W. Long of Marton of the year when the temperature is his service in the State department to
ounty has been chosenpresidentiof the distinctly encouraging to the inventive his appointment as assistant Secretary
lorida Good Roads Assocation, and faculties, and that nothing is ever quite of State in 1879. He was appointed
the next annual meeting of that body so bad as it seems. Ambassador to England in 1807, and
will be held at Tallahassee. -w rel b President McKirley t-
Au trt-'t-h The Madison New Enterprise inquires w recalled by President McKinley t
About thirty Florida teachers aret- what has become of "thecommitteeap- become his Secretary of State in 1898,
tending the Knoxville Summer school. pointed to investigate the report of the since which time his incumbency of that
They should have waited, and atendedcommittee appointed to investigate the office has been continuous.
our own summer school beginning July tate asylum." The Noble" commit. Secretary Hay was a man of more
1), at the University of the State of tee accomplished some fine work in tak- than ordinary literary tastes and at-
Florida.-- ing testimony, but Its report purport tainments, and a writer of some of the
Scientists-real and amateur--should to be based thereon, was a sort of mis- best specimens of characteristic Amer
enchew experiments with radium. In- fit. There were a number of curious icanliterature, now extent. Incollab-
ventor Edison has badly injured one of happenings in connection with the mak- boration with President Lineoln's see
his eyes, and an assistant has died, as ing of the report, all of which will be retary, Jno. G. Nicolay, he wrote a liwf
the result of too Intimate an acquaint- given to the public in due time. of that distinguished American which
ance with the wonderful new mineral. The announcement e that Mishas become famous.
,. ...-,,, ~ The announcement is made that Miss - NX
The Ocala Banner "mentioned" Hon. Bell, formerly on the staff of the Daily BROWN, TOONBS AND STIPHENS.
Geo. W. Wilsonof the Times-Union for Capital, and later employed in the: Judge Emory Speer recently deliver.
the nextgovernordhip vacancy, bI'. that Comptroller's office, has become the ed a lecture in Macon, Ga., on the lift
astute gentleman said "Nay, Nay, owner of Attorney-General Ellis' inter- and public services of Georgia's great
'Pauline!" and expressly disclaimed the est in the Quincy Herald and Era, and war Governor, Joseph E. Brown. Ii
possession of aspirations in that direc- will shortly assume editorial charge of commenting upon it, the Atlanta Newt
tion. its columns. Miss Bell is a very ener- mentions the life-long antagonism ex-
The esteemed Times-Union concedes getic and successful "newspaper wo- listing between "Joe" Brown and Geor.
the fact that it is West Florida's turn man," and The True Democrat wishes gia's most famous lawyer, "Ben'
next time to furnish a candidate for the Herald and Era, under her manage- Hill. The incident recalls the memor-
the governorship. The woods over there ment, the fullest measure of success a')le contest of 1874 between Hill, Gor.
are full of good material, and West and prosperity don and Stephens for the United States
Florida will doubtless be heard from in There is a "lie out" between Secre- Senatorship, when each of those distin.
due time. tary Taft and Engineer Wallace, late gushed men addressed the Legislature
"Frenzled Finamnce" wso'n is now of the Panama canal, the latter strenu- and all of the population of Atlanta
propounding impertinent-yet pertinent ously denying a statement made by the I that could crowd into Representative
questions to divers and sundry big former as to circumstances of his resig-. Hall on three successive evenings. It
life insurance men, the latest of which, nation. There is also probably "a cat wan a veritable tournament of oratory,
addressed to President McCall of the in the meal tub," to use another home. such as will scarcely be witnessed again
New York Life, inquPieM how he man- ly but expressive phrase, concerning in this generation.
aged to save, in ten years, ten millions the style of management adopted by Among the anecdotes and reminisen-
out of a 100,000 salary, the administration for the construction ,ce of these and other great men of the
J -. work on the canal, and the true inward- State which were floating about the
A St. Louis construction company has ness of the real situation is likely to be corridors of the capitol on that occasion
begun work on the Apalachicola North- exposed before much more progress in was the follow:n<, we do not remember
ern railroad, extending from St Joseph the work is made. ever to have seen in print:
Bay to Apalachicola, Quincy and Baln- I t t When President Jefferson Davis was
bridge, and is under contract to comrn- I there another State capital in this captured and the Southern Confederacy
plets the road between the first two country,P besides Tallahassee, which collapsed, Joseph E. Brown, Robert
places named by September 1, and the does not sustain at least one company Toombs and Alexander H. Stephens
entire line to Bainbridge within twelve of armed militia? We know of none met, as if by appointment, at the home
months. It in a disgrace to Florida's capital city of the last named, "Liberty Hall," in
.... - that It has been unable to maintain such Crawfordvile, andengaged in an in-
President Roosevelt, when he visits 'a company There is plenty of excel- formal "council of war" to decide the
Georgia in the fall, is to be reminded of lent material here, and Tallahassee pou., next move on the checkerboard of their
his family connection with the Old Iskmmthe additional advantage of being lives.
South by the presentation, according to the military headquarters of the State, Impulsive a, ever, Toombs spoke

int and bill Mobile newspaper of re with an experienced officer of the reg. first, declaring that their acts would be
tslavptes, made bills of sale for our negro ular army on duty, who could be relied deemed treason, that if caught they

mother, for fund with which to's grnd- upon for personal aid and instruction n would all be hanged, and that he intend-
chase the trousseau of his mother, for- ed to get out of the country This he
merely Miss Martha Bullock. DELINt0MIT SUBSCRIBDRS. afterward did. going in a small vessel
..... ..-... rsCommenting upon the u4pensi n of to Cuba and thence to Europe where he
Three famous editors are to, contest
for the Georgia governorship- tCol. E the Westville Advocate and Advertiser spent some years.
till, of the Savannah Morning News, because Its patrons failed to pay their Brown was the next to speak. "If
Ex-Secretary Hoke Smith, formerly of subscriptions, the Greenville Messenger any man in the State of Georgia." said
h ta remarks: he, "has committed treason it was I,
the Atlanta Journal and Clark well "Not a few of th weekly p are for as governor I seized the arsenal at
itor of the Atlanta C tituton It expiring or have already expired in the Macon before the ordinance of seceluion
will be a lively race, and the expresion jaws of poverty because their patrons was adopted. I love Georgia, and shall
"May the best man win!" is hardly ap- have nelected to pay their subcri-stayandmake the best term I can
propriate, since few would care to say tons. The Messenger may die the stay and make the best terms I can
w ho three is entitled to that me death, but it will be atter it ha with our enemies." This he did. be-
which of the three l entitled to that tested the virtue of thecivil law. Your coming one of the advisers of the new
distinction subscription though small numbers one State government, and rising to places
among several hundred; therefore It is of high honor and profit in the recon-
After years of oppressive and unjust important that we collect small amounts,
administration of the one-sided Chinese and any one who gets offended because structed State.
exclusion laws, the oriental worm hathe publisher of a newspaper presses Stephens was the last to declare him-
excusion laws, e toriental worm ha his collection for hard-earned money is self, which he did by saying that he
turned at last; and the threatened boy- not an enviable subscriber to any news-
cott of American goods in Chinese paper, to say the least. We propose, if had been vice-president of the Confed-
markets has caused an official ukase we must die in poverty and n lect' to eracy, and would doubtless be one
from the White Hou deliver our va letory in the il erts of the first to be executed for treason;
fromodify the rhitegor house lawpurporting toof justice but he was not afraid to die, and in-'
modbfy the wayrigor ofhad they laws which The True Democrat takes somewhat tended to remain quietly at his home.
by the way, had they bn directed different view of this very important "They know where to find me," said
against any other nation on earth, subject. While it is true that no one he, "and when they want me they can
would have. been rented long ago should continue to receive a newspaper come and get me The sequel was in
Elsewhere we give from the record, reumarlye enting its value to the pub accordance with his words. He was
a statement of the case against thue arrested and imprmisoned, but afterward
Trustees of the Internal Improvement lilsher, and that the aggregate of these released and was honored in many ways
Fund recently decided by Judge Swayne small sums constitutes a large partof by his admiring fellow-citisens before
at Pensacola, in which the attitude of the ablation uo hi to otiheri passing from earth forever.
the Jennings administration, to the no obligation upon him to continue ~-
sfeet ending his paper to one who persistent- The True Democrat wants both the
overet thte tte ilaturends, and no ght to ly refuses or neglect to pay for it. hassee allahas is a ft llae.
control or dSet the trust In relation Frequent revision of the subscription Brother Collins, but we think yo ihoul
control ornl direct the trusts In revlation list, with vigorous lopping off of unprof. be satisfedl wi the Female lminary,
thereto, is completely reversed, and the itate customers, is the true corrective and thwe is artahnly no prettier place
legislative prerogative fully sustained of the delinquent ubcriber l on the gloe for it.-GaImsvils Star.
and preserved. Of course. Judge ^ ^- .. The Star is only sightly wrone. Ta)-

Swayne's decision Is not final,but there Larg number. of Tallhassee people lahassee should have and probably will
in every reaoM to believe that It willnowWand ev have, one or the other, but does not oex.
be affrmedby the Suprome Court of is reS tobegmin I no f pect both. The place is an ideal one in
the United States should the case reach St. Marks to Panacea, the crowds will the strongest sense of that much used
that tribunal. be still larger. expression, for either.

will be made, and the case will be
again decided by him.
No one will be surprised to learn that
serious defects are to be found in the
legislative journals as printed, and if
the contentiona of the lawyers in the
baseball case are sustained by the
courts, the number of valid acts result-
iu from the work of the recent seesion
be few Indeed. Judge Shaylor,
naturally. and wise, reserved his
decision until he could.,npect a certi-
fied opyof the orinal act as It came
from th hands of the Governor, corn
pared with the original bil upon which
it w baslid. and apparently a wily
decided that no dtpedee. oub
placed upo statement rekatinf to the
native procedure as the same ap-
peared in print in the daily journals.

interests of a town in its advertising
columns. A business man looking for
a location always examines newspapers
to see how his particular line is repro-
sented, and if he aee- little or noadver-
tisin he concludes there is nothi in
his ne, or if there Is, it is dead. The
average buyer likes an invitation to
call and trade, and it is a noticeable _,
fact that those who use printers' ink do
most butsness. Advertising pay. -
Palmetto News.
Tbe pace has bee set In Florida pol-
ieanditsa kis ahotone. The men who
hoe to WIN in the scramble for State
odems nextime will have to get their
names in all tHe State papers-in the


In January, 1904, the Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund passed a
resolution authortsn "I. B. Hilson,
John G. Ward and their associates" to
"recover all log and timber belonging
to the State or to the Trustees *
that are now to be found on the beds of
rivers and other bodies of navigable
water in the State, westof and including
the Suwannee river, except that territory
covered by authority given F. W. Bell in
Chipola or Dead Lake, and in Chpola and
Apalachicala rivers." The parties named
were to sell such recovered property at
"not less than $2 per thousand feet net
to the State or to the Trustees" for
cypress logs and timber, and not less
$1 per thousand feet for pine, "after
the payment of all expenses and ser-
vice of all kinds." The authority does
not extend to "logs or timber not now
to be found on the beds of navigable
rivers and streams," and continues
five years from August 1, 1904.
In December, 1904, a formal contract
was made by the board with "I. B. Hil-
son and John G. Ward," not naming any
"associates," appointing them agents
"to ask, demand, sue for and recover
in the name of the Trustees, all in-
lebtedness due to the Trustees by any
person of persons on account of trespass
committed upon the lands of the I. I.
Fund lying west of the Suwannee
river," except the territory similarly
controlled by F. B. Bell. as above de-
scribed; said agents to receive fifty per
cent. of amounts recovered.
These two contracts have no relation
.o each other, and the latter is men-
clioned simply in order to distinguish
operationss under it from action taken,
heretofore or hereafter, under the for-
It is doubtless a fact that millions of
feet of pine and cypress logs, timber
and lumber lie buried in the beds of the
streams, large and small, and their con-
tiguous and connecting waters, situated
"west of the Suwannee river;" but aw
these logs and timbers and pieces of
lumber reached their present situation
by the direct agency of their original
owners who had the logs cut, or tht
timber and lumber sawed-the supposi-
tion that any single item of the same
"belongs to the State or to the Trus-
tees" is too preposterous to be enter-
tained for one moment by any reason-
able mind.
We know of no law under which such
property of private individuals or cor-
porations may be declared, or even re-
garded, as abandoned by its owners;
and no title therein could otherwise by
any possibility exist in the State or the
Trustees. If any such law exists, we
shall be glad to be so advised.
If, therefore, logs, timber and lum-
ber such as described in this contract
still belong to the former owners there-
of, why should they consent to be de-
prived of their property "without due
process of law?" If these agents by the
operation of their contract with the
board, have the right to "recover" such
property from its present situation,
surely the real owners, by reason of
their ownership, would have a right to
do so. And if it will pay these agents
to incur the expense of recovery for
a compensation representing only one-
half of its tentative value, would it not
pay the owners to recover the full
Lumbermen throughout the region
covered by the above contract will do
well, perhaps, to inquire into and vigor-
orously assert their legal rights in the
"Judge Shaylor, of the Duval county
criminal court, has denied a motion to
quash the information recently filed
against W. C. West, president of the
Jacksonville Baseball association under
the new law. Counsel for the defend,
dant argued that the act is void, be-
cause the act approved by the Governor
is not the same as passed by the Legis-
lature, as shown by the daily Journals.
Application for a writ of habeas corpus
returnable before Circuit Judge Call

Aftq$ Grafters.
'hAVega:lnN Phnadslphia as a bold
and mpudent attempt to irab a great
franhte by political bosses and a big
corporation has developed into a fierce
hunt for grafter.. The Mayor is. on
the t il of the rafters now that have
been f*'teng on-the city for these
man y yrs, and he is making them
think it would have been better f le -)
them if tipy hod never had awthing
to do wiM_ Uitics, because they see in
the dimdistmane the shadow of the
A month ago the political bosoe were
bold and defiant. Their political ma-
chine was in trst-has nditio and
they were threatening the Mayor with
impeachment.. Today their machine is
smashed, their forces are disorganized
and some of them are under arrest,
charged with offenses of a very grave
It has long been known that Philadel-
phia was one of the worst governed ?
cities in America. Its government was
dominated by as corrupt a gang of pol.-
iticians as was to be found in Pennsyl-
vania or any other state. The easy go-
ing Quakers, however, didn't seem to
notice what was going on right under
their eyes. They were so busy attend-
ing to their own affairs that they failed
to notice what the ring was doing. The
4uakers are slow to anger, but when
they do get mad they are not easily al -
peased. They keep up the fight unt I
t iey get the better of those that have
been despoiling them. They are veiy
mad now, and they are making the sit-
uation very unpleasant for the men w> o
are charged with having robbed the city.
Some of the ring leaders undertook 1o
head off the investigation which is to -
ing made by getting out a reform ticki t
to be voted for at the November elect -
ion. The Mayor saw at once that th a
was a scheme of the gang to save son e
of the rascals from the penalties (f
their crimes, and he promptly put out .
warni.ig that has been effective. Tie
scheme appeared under the attractive
head of "reform within the party,"
and it caught some of the Republicans
who are engaged in ferreting out the
crimes of the gang. That dat g r has
been averted, however, by the kwayor's
timely exposure of it.
The gang in 'niiauelphis was about
As strongly intrenched as similar gangs
are in other cities, and it has been found
out. And so it will in all the oth r
ring-ruled cities. The gangs will flour-
ish for awhile, but eventually they will
be discovered and rnde to pay the pen-
alty of their wrong doing.

Banger Is Praod.
It was abappy thought to invite Gen.
Joe Wheeler to be the guest of Bangor
Grand Army Posts on Memorial Day.
Though not young in years Gen. Wheel-
er stands for all that is best in spirit of
the Young America. Years ago, when
ArtemusWard heard an orator explain
"Nihil fit," the humorist leaped to his
feet and yelled:
"Horsy for Nihil!"
Gen. Wheeler has fought and fought
well and bravely, and always for ideas
in which he and his people believed. In
common with all those with whom he
associated he went into the rebelli n
when the South seceded, and there I e
won his way to high rank by his per-
sonal bravery. When the cause for
which he contended was lost, Ger.
Wheeler spent no time in repining. He
and his friends had staked their all for
the cause and had lost. Like the brave
man he was, he accepted the conditions
at once and energetically went to work
for the common good of the people. and
history tells, and will tell coming gen-
erations, that Gen. Wheeler has been
as loyal to the Stars and Stripes as he
was to the Stars and Bars.
The war is over. Old animosities
have ceased to agitate the minds of
candid men. A new generation has
grown up that looks ahead instead of
backward. The turf lies green and
deep on the graves'of those who fell in
the Civil War. Each side learned ton -
spect the courageof the other. As the
best type of a loyal Southerner and s s
the best type of a loyal American, Gen.
Wheeler is most welcome to Bangor.
May his stay be a pleasant one. Bar-
gor, (Me.) News.
BDo Toi.bPart. /
No town will be a good business town
so long as its business men rely on a
few to make the effort to bring trade to
the town. Too often the men in a few
lines of trade are about the only ones
to reach out after trade. The drone to
a town is the man who never gives sup-
port to an enter ie that ia continually
building up the town, likewise his bus,- .
ness, but contents himself with what t
naturally drifts his way. If you are a
public spirited man, ask yourself if you
are doing your part to attract settle ?
Are _you helping to support the agen< y
that does more toward the development t
of your town than any other agency-
our home paper-if not, why not? A
ocal newspaper reflects the business


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Neat Printing
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Creates a good impression among your
correspondents and helps to give your
business prestige.





Federal Grand Jury A Chicago Re-
turns Eighteen True Bills.


Report is Scathing Arraignment and
Characterizes Dealings of Packers
as Gigantic Conspiracy.

After an investigation which has
lasted something over three months
and during whl(h more than oue 1'un.
dred witinsses were examined, the
h'tderal grand jury at Chicago Satui-
,!ay af ',r.oon hian eitd in its rtI)port.
Seve''n':Inl men 1roaiinii in in the pack.
Si inli-i: r!'s of tho' (cou( ry % V.';e i.-
dil tl to)r .iol:tioln of tie iShermail
alt;ri-: l- :A,,v antii four otillias of the
-h v avar.(ehiI(i & Su'Izberg(er company,
v. ro'r iiid:&etid for alleged illegal re-
I at.i:n with tI railroads. Besides
: s iiolivid.ial indictments, bills
w4e''e o,.l against: five large cor-
poral lons, Armour & Co., Swift &
S (Co., N.:s')n. Morris & Co., Cudahy
':t king c)n:pany and the Fairbanks
CanniIng .'ompany.
Tie inil( talent voted for alleged vI-
olat.on o0 i t. anti-trust law were
identical 'n eaxr Instance. The in-
iictments ( conainedi each e ght coin's,
wh!(h we' spread over sixty-three
-'y)ewrtt.n pages.
The first and second counts on the
inlictmenis pertainel only to beeff
sol0 in 'lie doinmest'l,, market. The
ninth ani tenth sold in t(treign tiade. Thile hired
pointt ('chae ge a conspiracy in r-..
Ftraint or tiade anil co((niler're' ai;ioln
:he straits ainl with forteiL'n ii;iti)ill
in fresh, drie'. smok,)l, c rt' '.au
i1,'1d and pih klA l nioAt, and in c'e,;, iin
iy prodiic s of thlie paclin l industry,
v:z : Sis,lg 'asitngs. sa'i-age ((conti all.-
fors, oi'o sitocki, stear:iit- an I (ii ls ard
al'i) in lim ter. eggs ainl ip) p ltl'.
This (onlin har'g''s thiat ilh 'rlrt'lo
whi'vh ii d t'Inlantslt werT' carryingg
on in tht' albo i' nariiw3l, (I oinlil it ll i t s
was to bi ri.stralined iin st'V ral wai.s:
First, coriij ;titioli in the biliying tof
rat'I" at the' st(o( k yards in ilftf'rt'nt
ci;ieo- was to be prevent -l an li'l 1-.
s',roi vl by the dtefendlants, who I) -
rlirPd theli purchasing agents 'o re.
train from biddfililig against: e;al I
ot her.
Second competition as to '!!' sale
of tflh above commo'lities in foreign
andi domestic markets was to tIw pre-
v'enltl and destroyed by tlie ,d'ffnd.
ants fixing non-competitive and 1in-
reasonable prices for such commotdl-)
*'lIs anti reqiilring their reipresnta-
\ tive' in i.e different markets 'o fix
prices by agreerime'nt from day it) lay
according to what thie marli., wmil,
Third. th supp: y of the abon\ co'n.
rnoditirs' was to b' be iiurail]'l anil re-
strietfq| whenever neo'essary t :i;a r.-
'iln tlie' prices (so fixel
Fo rth, thfe I'n!ited Stato- wa, i'i-
S\.l'lI,! I;u into territories l): ,.er: tlhe
ift l indilan' and ,'thi w *, )i ..rp
.is (own territory witt'i' int'' r'fTr'11ecr
biy the' oit rts.
Fifth., thr re wa. a di ','slin 3f *1' tt
1olumm of tiiile alhow, l ,'1o cr, h lo'.
f'nd ;tac' e'r old molnor' than h.' pr nt t ''
nte l'Iring ua v n w,,,. .t s
*)iltig ,d to ray an "an',' of nlil,:l
l"'r h avirdre t I M ,n i P, ,:'.! ',) 'h-
lt'rriorv n fl i';i h 'I"* r lia"',r 'r
r'ifd. lrnt> a irni 't) ( )\ir *'" x'**"<
'f sa!, 5: 1d I '. fint l '.' i .\ 1 '.. 1

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a rrangem~ent.


Federal Grand Jury Indicts Business
Men and a Host of Labor
Lead t i Chicago.
A Chicago dispatch says: The Cook
county grand jury. which for a month
has been investigating the causes and
conditions of the present teamsters'
strike, returaetd Its report Saturday
night, and with it forty-nine Indlct-
ments against men connected in va-
rious ways with recent labor troubles
in Chicago. The following are the
George C. Priisslng, president of the
Illinois Brick company; Charles Hank,
president of the Brick. S:one and Ter.
ra Cotta Workers' Union; John Gray,
general purchasing agent and distrib-
uting agent of the Illinois Brick C(onu-
1T','so four iln;ihetnrnts art, based
on charges of ( oii.liracy toi liij ir

the business of inlepe)'nlinlt ir.(k
concerns. whose intteres' lit, ii il-
rectious oppose I to that of :)i l;',-
nola Brick cuui)any, tilte so-callIl
"brick trust.'
A number of officers of independent
brick companies testified that money
had been spent for ex;;enses iu con.
nection with calling strikes against
their plants.
The following were Indicted for
conspiracy to Injure the business of
Montgomery Ward & Co.:
C rnellus P. Shea, president Inter-
national Brotherhood of Teamsters.
two counts; Jeremiah McCarty, busl-
ness agent of the Truck Drivers' Un-
on; .John Smyth, president Coal
Teamsters' Union; George 1F. Holderi,
business agent of the Packing Houses
Teamsters' 1niilon; NM. F. Kelly, ex-
business agent of the Market and
Grocery Teanisters' UnIon; N%. J.
Kelly. s(,( rtary of the Coal Team.
sters' 'nion; James U. Harry, lhisl-
ness agent Express Wagon Drivers'
'ioln: Huigh .Mc(ee, prsid "nt Trui- I
Drivers' Union; Harry Llappil. pr'si-
lent of Baggage and Parcel l,,,'ivvery
Drivers' Union:; Sl ven Sitimin.r, biisl-
nss agent of the Milk Wagon lDrittels'
Union; Joseph W. Young. iiirwlssI
agent of tit' Haggage antid 'aret,1 l).-
ilivery Drivers' i'lon; \W .!. (libtons,
i)resl lnt Tt'amnsters' Joint ('(Cinii.:
Alber'' Young, ex-presildeint o(f the Inu
ternational Tiro'herhood of T'eamsters.
In addition to the Indictments against
the above, true hills charging intent
io commit bodily Injury andI ansauil
with i.iient t) kill were retuirn.Il
against thirty-two members of thr'
teamsters' union and synipathlize's
witb that organization, who hav, a'
different time par44cipat id In the'
rioting incident to the teamsters'
strike. The jury also siibnmitt.ed a
long and scathing report dealing with
the labor conditions in Chicago. Fol.
lowing ar,' extracts from thlie report.
"That the city of Chicago for years
past has been Infested with moral
lepers who have preyor upon Its flUian.
rial and social strength is known to
inost Informed' itlz.ens. That r'putia.
ble buslnoss nmen and reputah!e citi..
lins employed iin all fields of labor
have lie e;i iii)J the gre'I of thewt varnmpIr's Is also
a well knwri fliact.
"Th'e prtsnt rian4 Jury has hadt
laid Iefor-t It faN's and condtl'lown
No c"onvincTIg anti posl'iv-e along thef!e
:lneTs that it fe':s in l utvy bfluld Ito
ie;ort to lthe' oiirt anl plbil(c the
sl';ia'ion av it has 1l-o'n glv4'n th.'ii
S wl',, win i, s. somi o(if whom a' :. ,.t
,wers F hrazo'n 'r, ig i to fnilli!t r ','
onlv flagrant ati, of the, moral !i rp.
I id" (of W)'h1lv in the faces of thi-'
lodly. bi' w ho. with an air of grt'a'
gl.i'' 'oild f a lh'r owa n (t'la 'itl s
aliI ( critilinal arts anl, nit hol.i.''

C'hiceagoMommis Maed.(heel req see of
Poln...sCamal (OMmR:%iom..
Svtr'r-lar Taft ha,, aproinlel 1Joihn
S: t.4 of L'h irigo ( ivh'f vt'Ignfetr
t' l 11 1,1:11113 s analz i c rill-w ou 5I(z3 WIh
II 5 1' I('1'4. t ise- elai liie. NIr. S' e.
'ts ir elsJohnx F. Woisc'.hetse
ro"t grm't' in was a''eo jul'11. and hIds Ap-
ponimren: takes effect at once.



Report lbet Ovama sad iinevitch OiIcuS
(ewlation ofl Hostlililiesi.
It is understood in \ashington on
good auithoritv that tiego'lit ions are
In prolgr'ss in lManchuria f)or alln at
inlsnt', which, It Im belh ,ev ,, will
be drawnii Ip by (Generals iiittevli
and O>ama. J
The plan sla for the pleni potent ia-i
ries to be announced after the armis
li cet ii I )enn arranged, buit should
the negotiations fail, the announce
ment of the plenipotentiarlae may he
ruade later.


lerrell Installed for Second Term Before
Joeit Sessioe eof leisletw.
Governor Joseph M. Terrell was In-
alugurate l aA governor of Georgia for
hii sHecon, term before the house
uant senate in joint selnion at Atlanta
Saturday morning at 11 o'c.lock.
The' inauguration ceremony was a
very sImple olne, tholigh Interesting
and Impressive. it lasted only thft
ty miniutes, this in liilling the gover-
nor's Inaiiguiral addrens.
Th<' adldre-rss w.is a tinllt'y HII prac
iral iate'inte'li of t le work ot f ihis first
'ilniiniisration. showing that ltil plitioil
4il reforms In I gov'trnme:it had l ,he'-n
aitc.ornillshild,I atii that te ry **fft).
o1iilI hlie a a!' t o oltitlnul tlH wiOr'<
.iloigl similarr lii-es for thl, goo I 'Al or;
,of '.h ei w t''' l' op! E: t i flta' r it l r
Th, KoV'' inolr's si-lre .n W .4 :1ni In
'er ling oinl, aill, was tIost fav\or:blyi
< lliinli'i ,l '),i i)y illany w ho tloard
At th I oi)l liIlon of hii4 aldlro,'
(iorrior r ,' annotiin ,',| Lila h'K,
wal r)tpllr'd o take th oath of or
ftne T ~.T a admlnir'uerel liy Pr
.,lIing Jius' '. % W I Flshi oif 'lit' 4ui
irenri. co rt, and the gover:ior, rati
li9 to his lIps his wife's Hibhh. as
lhe did two years ago. promised to
conform to ihe requirements of the
constitution and the laws.
FollowlnE the administration of the
oath. Governor Terrell delivered the
great small of the state into the keep-
Ing of Secretary of Stste Philip
Cook, and the cerUmo0le5 of the day
were ended.








IM line with the claxssh' cage of thie
oystor shippers, cited by President
Iladley of Yale Univrersity In hils book
ov Railroad Transportationi, I.i tile cAqe
of tWe Aroostook pow~to growers
Lbrougl~t by Presidem tTmtlit of th-"
Bloston & 'Mo ino fla'ri'tstel b~tom. tilie
s4eliatecommit 1311teet' fl lit er~lii t olv
Luerti'. Noth!a1 g Could bito r 1141w ho.w
a ratiiros.3 works for the' jut, .m,%t of
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JOHN 0. COLLINS, Proprietor. State
R Florida State News .

Published Every FRIDAY Morning. N w

Apartment house owners r-rfuse to
Altertain, much lCes appreciate, the
Rooseveltian theory as to rare suicide.

A c;t may loo', at a king, tbut a bob
tries to look at a l'rdi'A.lnt, the Wash-
irigton I'ost .,declart'm.

It IH hard tio lad an auitomohil.e lift'
and keep ahead of the, garo-e In Wall
Street, avows thep irrringhamln Age-

,Hornm r l.ntifit fan rnake himself
rrii hty ,'pi',ile ir w !th ht heardl (of the
to i3, by pro'. ing that thi- mani wh'.
I'HatH a arp't for a rig i s exposliig
I, iri' If fo all kirnd oi f dl-adlly nil' robon.,

Many a man hatn Iho-rIs kll-ol bty fall-
Ing lot of a balloon .i ttu t thea man who
r '"n ly iarly -I 'aji.i'i l lift'folloe a I lon by
IJavrin f a t ialf- litlm,-dl lilloon collapsee
on top of hirn ,injoy, rather a rare die-
tinr t lion,

With ouir Iri xhatilitIble natural re-
o)ir E,'l Iit i|t slIitiply a rllmKra '-'ful re-
fie-eilon upon itr natlonial int'flllKnI-'
tihat )there hold h ic sh cvils among
uMA a ponage., thlid lanhr, padlroif la-.
bor, hweathoi,o hliirnri, ,i* ,.

The' n,-w auto liitioiite Irn NE'w York
Il to he' thoroughly fireproof, MiteH the
lHomIon Tran rilpt. I)oihitiitt, how-
evi*r, provilon will hi n madt for firing
the' m'rnlebr who Ilitisl igixin talking
alhoi hbln ownl nialhi Ine and won't
JiJ.teun to aniy of I hif other members who
Wlh to talilk about their

Mr. <'arrniif liI. Ian llre t famhlcn.
throws thish tonciient ithai' rich: "My
knrcowldgK or thi i. ii iial effect of the
heritage' of trilllndonm upon the sonn
of millionalres i vauirl me to believe that
it Il neither to tIhe, rich nor to the
riohbl that human Mnol. oty haim to look
for Its f irc''rval lt ianlI Iprovemnie'nt,
limit to thosm who have to labor that
they may Iive."

Thle rau eionr prlialt' coiriporationm ari
',nabti.d l to r, li the pljlllil' right and
li-ft without Ilet or hindran'ce In Ibi-
(utleip ihe pubiIhll' de I'H not i control thle
lawmiaker*sifH inl I ili.;, (chredl with e.n-
for ting ithe Ilai ., iinal liti corpol niatlili
do. l.Ergo l whiati M tht- use A
word to i t i we, i- *' It 1afftic-int, w llhi a
wholeC ('Itr fl1 Ie llti1r4 v pr M t'i 'l fIto
th- o lher i kinl% wwi'lil \,- llli thm wirig
[p0 1r0 IH to iwlln' i

Thin c tie trYv I t r t tn ot 't wcnipell- il toi
ti'oiirit if tic ro a'n i iathaii of t''iep
eOil mining, tthe grill \ei'lr cif anthra.
( I atilid lil iinar il iiiau N < il lei,'lh ii taiilly
lrtl rmt'lli* ||it hei l ,i'ni t la itll lthe siirfuais, nayt tiiH N s' i' Y k Tlnii'M
The mi lti' if I'feincio W tivillie Ietracy no
apprei'laille NIp w uc ithtlit ilon, al -
thl i h' the produi t lin orf hill a Slat In
11tl hre i'lite' ihotie. lait-' arnliilantlil u ip-
proximatir'tly toI i,71,fliii.w ilt tions Hlint i
the firnlt thilpnla i ilt in ith''.

The (iierniaan tiEnlip-reir It the' firpt
iersonality iof ('onitiinottial i'iarciie, if
not of thi> en irr glh,.', and hIt ceie-n
dsin'e he' tooik idown frtmn the 'emilnire li
his pIlMasnant girntil hald c oni'tlnt-
gd, P'rlinc'' Iltinii rck. r i e foerir'notl p rr-
aionallty lthi wlor lic ha eeii ilil e' Na-
poleo'cn Inuaijp.rt' 'hie- Knltse IInI a
deal iof ro al lhiele l In hl'< 9lniM il,,
benrollern, Planltageni't, Hi alrt. Or-
anlo-Na eiati inal e\'ta lli tih a n li IIi
|llild'd ho'roe' of W't'i, in n 1 l'il iiu
pinco', and pierhapi lin liutilv of', ('iiic- c'
aIIagno', i rliiihi ud tM he \t 'a.lhaiil<>in I'i(t.

The ('hicag.( coerrc*i|ontentli for (hii
('inolnnatl Inq(itlt'r ia)y.: 'Anicrlican
finance, I strewn with lhe wreik h of
,mbiu.xlerr. Th In most notoiritiits case'
In the last twenty y'arn are given:

Ferdinand Ward, New York, $t.i(oo..f00.
John C. Boo, New York. $3.(ii0.o01;
William Scbriebtr, Ellisabthport, New
Jersey, $109,000; (Georute W. Valentine.
Perth Amboy, N. J.. $220,000; tildvon
W. Marsh, Philadelphia. $l.f .o0oo;
Charles L. Debaum. New York. $100,-
(000; Cbhels W. Rpaulding. Chitago,
$1,200,000; E. S. Driver. Chicago. 316.-
000; Charles I. Alvord. New York,
,.00,000; Frank M. Brown,. Newport,
Ky., $200,000; Henry J. llelsbhma,. loA
Angeles, $100,000; Frank V. IA Boun-
tie, Buffalo, 6I00,000; F. U. Bigelow,
Milwaukee, $1,450,000."

Definition of Vagrants.
Under the new antl-vgrancy law
passed by the legislature, the follow.
ang persons are held to come under
Its provisions:
Rogue's and vagabonds, idle or dis-
nolile persons who go about begging,
corninon gamblers, persons who use
juggling or unlawful games or plays.,
common pipers and fiddlers, common
habitual drunkards, common night
sulkers, thieves, pilferers, traders In
uole-n property, lewd, wanton and
lascivious persons In speech or be-
havior, keeper of gambling places,
common rallers and Orawlirs, per.
siont who neglect their c-allng or
employment and mlispcnd what they
wrn, and do not provide for them.
si-lvHes or for the- support of their
famillic, pertons wandering from
place to place a.le' to work and who
are without means, and who nfegler-t
tit -arn thlIr tiipport anril live hy
rpilferlini 'ir ic'ggln Idle anti dliord r-
ly peroson,4, Incliillring those who neg-
I..t ill lawl ll ha l ifHsR'.s an'l habltltely
nilanpend their time hy frepinpnting
hinsies of II1 fame. gaming hoaises
or Illpllng X hops, persons able to
%ork hut who are habitually idle and
llve, upon the earnings of their wives
or minor crhiliren, and all able-bodied
male persona over eglhteen years of
age who are without means of nUp-.
port and whome parents or guardians
are unable to support them, and who
are not uiitally In attendance upon
some school or edui'ational establish-
rnent, but who live *n habitual idle-
Ince,. are declared to be vagrants,
and upon conviction shall be mulbje-ct
to the penalty provided in aecetion

Large Rewards for Murderers.
Citizens of Miami and cuinty are
greatly Incensed over the brutal mair
lder of C. E. I'avim and his ilauighter,
Miss Iasle Davis. Iewardl have hocon
offered by private partile, iorgan.lza-
flon and the citizens ge-nerally rang-
lug from $10t) to $1 lue for the fic'ndcs
and evidence to convict.
Mr. Ilvly leaven an ax'gd mrotther.
fouiir aoina and a brother to rioaurn hism
lomip. lie and his daughtsor lived about
fou1r mlleles we't of Miami and were
In the hablit of visitliiK Miinlani (ltte'
Ire'qiently la fact. ailtioist duilly.
Mr, Davis watt a nuiiri'ryman, hav
Ing a fine grove' of orange anid grapel
fruit trees, which ylldedhhl a Kglodi re'
turn for hil laliorsi In ih'- pat yevar
amrd di d ijlite an fextensiveP h .irlluwiPF
ili hiitcliing alinltd t liiag I ithili i iiii nra..
sti l k hlidalrle' am i Il i tI ie 'I e- illInu
stat c I e.. 1- Wa I a 11 na f l n a oa t .':7
)armi f i\igs, li- \ Iwas, I irl in IN'Ih
wire' 'olilntyv, (thilo, nilii hlin llivie l IIl
Ihlf' vie -n tlty (of .Mllarm i for til' t IRsit
fe iault-'ii yI.:iri Ie-' A 1'A IAV'l] lik '1 I1
i hc piicill Kc rn 'i lla y, bu l i t it i It I'- li h tlilc h
thnt he' taitiip have lal s i tatrll enl'-l nile',
am his fine patchl of wate'rinitloa vinf'
wali totailsl destroyed toiir* wl-'lnk hlago
iy being pulled o t iof tihell g f nil
MaINi e lel A lIvie w'AiA n iext e'ilditng
ly attractive youling lady. w.AI ai itiit
eih 'av e iit ve i of amr '. rather minall .
with a lttho-ome. tirac'fiil figure.
iililte prett'.y with lli 'iycs anid light
irowli hailr lHih w s il e' Iy % irliht Iati
lively witia a fondlrei'il for ioclo'ty anti
a decided talent for Ithie M alrt i.ii
Thet. cloutial ftunea)racil of Mr. I)avl i
ianil him daiilghtr e(cik plare' In Miami
from Ihe ti pli( olal chiurch. and was
th' largest fuitical proi e i lon ever
held in thi lis i'lc4 ie.

'thel new "Jim crow" law, which
l'lttnl Into effect oei .lily Iit,e has heen
the c-alit'- of much coniciunt Iin Pen
mase'ola. Isiin mii h at a rie;ir'eientatllv
Ironi thle f im iia Ity liatroiliiced't the bill
uindl -tlrured its l ipaRssa throiiuh the

Board of Control Meets.
Members of the educational board
of control assembled In the board
room In the capitol: building at Tal-
lahassee and elected Hon. N. P. Bry. I
an of Jacksonville, chairmann of the
Professor J. G. Ke;lum of Gaines.
vilie, former chief clerk Otf the ho-use
of representatives, was elected mecre-
fary to the board.
The board of control then met in
Joint e-Asilon with me-mb-ers of the
state board of ediication, and siderable work was mapped out.
The joint session organized by the
election of Governor N. H. Broward
as chairman and Miss Matlhe Vinron
as temporary secretary. 'Thereupon,
the chairman, Governor N. H. Brow-
ard, mtated the object of the meeting
to be the determination of the place
of location of the t'nlvtrslty of the
state cof Florida, and tith Florida Fe-
male collegee andl to lrrehcrlhe, the
iilcns and reguilatlons for the and governance of th-e same, and the
proper managemennt thereof, as we;l
as of the other Irnstultiitons, to-wit:
'rThe 'olored Normal Sfhool and the
Inltitiite for the Hllad;, r>'af and IiDumh
and to determine as to any change as
to location of either of sald mentioned
Instltittlons that may hbe niessary or
retired, and to do (,very other matter
or thing that may appear to lie n'('-
esary antd requlil'P to carrv into
effect the provislorH of the law.
ITpon motion it was resolved that
the hoard vislt the several locations
before selecting the .s!te for the uni-

Censue Enumerators Appointed.
Eniumerators to taoke the- Wtate' (en-
ius under the law iof I .lri have been
appointed in nearly all coentics of
the state.
('omnmiKaloner Melain c xplalis that
the rountles in which appointments
have notl heen made is due ito the fact
that delegation in the' legislatiire from
the eoiunties delayed o-ending ifn re<-
('oniny splone'r Mt-l.ii thinks It I&c
an iinine'ceary e'xpin-e to have any
thing except the enumeration of !ptop
laltion collected hiy these ',nurne.ra
torm., ak iotlher :altijsti(m hald bheen
cooling in rfor 've-ral months thr-ough
o0her isoireic. that (over the iarrae
period of c tit ri lel no ie igKsote' to
s.onie membcrnth. (if the' lgislat flic, in
fatc l, to( the liar;' who 111i io billl, 11ut it evailiat ly V W S 'i m ei% e1l('ik l,e,
until it will lit- li, ililty to plre ipare
tilanikt ril i, lirlI t ih work l)rin in
H(c or-ilmr w.;tlh the' H i t as pl;ie-- l

Monster RattlesnLke Killed.
I'rlhr ahtly it iii- l I i raft t r
Ill att lis hee ic i ei i|' il il lthia i c ei n
(if tht' olit i It not In t lhte I' tii eid
StatcS.1 I14 rej'Il)i i firo' l), fy. The' l e plt:Il was' ki! l'l Ivy .111hn
)lavl e. it c iois r ilur. niel r (;,i;f Hlin
r(aock. T l -imak' iiiii-asiredl ithirtou ri
f et.' l alil c ani dl va naif i. hli'n inll
lngtah ianid lied ihilr) ix raflltNs ninal
a million. Several %vi-s a goK a rat-
tI er, miclteas rintg nieiin f ., illn lt-rigIh
atind having t'fi-ty seven rafth i wa-
kilId on Anin'lsia Island, niat r St.
Aiigliiltlino., Hn(il t hisa l ina wast re
g iardleI a t he lmieit 'ver killed in
the state. It re-te'nibled a hbahy's pay
thing Iy the cdic of tfie Imonst er that
was killed In lIe'vy county. The rep-
ille'*s kin hat li c',n stoiffedl and it will
be placed oni exhihtlion. The rattler
me'asured( eight and oie-qiiarter InchfF
In lenKth theminl n c.

At a reo ut mrnetiig of the dil
re'clois of Ih e W't Florida Fair As-
scdlatlon at lieFuniak. the dale oft
the fair wa finx' I at November I to
I4. Inciplive. and $0Iti4 was ordered

Iog lIla aiire. The, colored i Itlizen have' ap;>ropriate|i for ihe payment of pro-
Il'ioyectte'il the cars oif t'1' company. mlhimr for the elot -collehtive exihh-
and other, art Ialt few whoi now pas itm ftom the various lorilda coni.
ironle't lh- carN. pnil those that dlio ties. divided l nto a first l remlum of
are sihjeclitil to the Iaunts c other $3.fit. a repond premium of $(20i ail
rnegroiesr when they iarei een iuioii the a third premium of $l(0. which
cars. I'ider the law, the white pal. shotild net the ipriKr'cvalve citizens of

'enser. and the colored the rear por
tion, and under noe onalderalloni shall
the two race le allowed to ect(i rpy
'he same compartments.

'The dates for lihe holding of the
state fair at Tampa next fall have
lee-n slightly changed to accommco
date the co'amisllonerm of the sev.
eral couantlioe which will make exhbh-
Its. It was at first determined to open
the fair Monday' November M3. nit as
niiumbers of intending exhibitors have
asked for an opening day later hi the
week, Wl'dneslay the l&th has been
Pet as the Inaugural day In order
that Monday and Tuesday maybe de-
voted to the Installation of exhibits.
The losing day will be the t0bh In-
stead of the 25th, as originally intend-

every county within reach to hitlling.
for. eoultide of the money, the fact
that a county has won much a pr*e
mlum Is well worth nmany times that

Saturday. July 1. was the' date for
the law In reference to the nepara-
tion of the races on the street cars
way company olrlals posted notices
to go IntO fflet. The astr 't railway
company ofilials posted notices In
the cars io that effect, and asked the
colored people to take the rear eats
and the whites the front seals. It is
understood that the street railway of-
flcals will endeavor to comply with
the law. although It It was passed
by the last legislature much against '
the will of the street car companies
"eoratlag in the state.

L. C.


Dealer in Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Wagon.

Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

Sugar Milla and Kettle%, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-

plies, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-

tors, uIliderV Supplin and Sporting Goods.

If you can't find what you want you

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and constructed according to the latest improved methods.
Mill Work--Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
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Mob Takes Nine Men from
Jail and Shoots Them
to Death.


Sevea Negres ad o itc W Kt &aa the
VicUtls-.Most of Them Wac
Under uarge of Hol-
brook INrdes.

A mob entered the Jail at Watkinas
will& no 0-r_. .


wore Russian rises Matiay ad
Actual State of War Exists ai
Town of Odess.
Dispatches from Odessa, under date
of Thursday stated that the mutineers
of the battleship Knias Potemkine still
held the ship. A great fire is de-
stroying the shipping In the harbor,
and the buildings along the shore and
in the streets a continuous rattle of
small arms is heard. The military
everywhere are shooting into the
crowds, which are peanie-stricken and
madly rushing hither and thither for
shelter. The number of victims is
large. A state of siege has been de-
clared In the city. The conflagration
sl sweeping along the harbor, the sail-

Will*, Ga., at 2 clock Thursd
ay morn*
ors and strikers refusing to permit at*
185 and took therefrom nine prison. (
tempts to em e

ers, eight of whom were shot to death
and the ninth esca ed onl b bein

unlsured ships of the


.-U 11 "J....g company have been destroyed.
thought dead by the mob. The pris- A t. Petersburg special says: The
owners taken out and lynched were: emperor has issued the following
Lon J. Avcock, white, charged with ukase addressed to the ruling senate:
the murd,,r of F. M. Holbrook and "In order to guaraw:ee public safety
and to terminate the disorders at
wife, of Oconee county, and seven ne- Odessa and neighboring localities, we
groes-Rich Robinson, Lewis Robin- have found It necessary to declare a
son, Claude Elder, charged with the state of war in Odessa and district
murder of the Holbrook couple; San- and to invest the commander of the
dy Price, a young negro, charged with trOdeops ofwith the rights of military district ofry
attempted assault upon the person authority and special rights of civil
of Mrs. Weldon Dooly; Rich Allen, administration for the defense of or.
a negro convicted and under death der and public tranquility .
sentence for the murder of Will Rob. The crew of government transport,
ertson, another negro; Gene Yerby, which arrived during the day from
another negro, charged with burglary Nicolief, mutinied, seized the offers
of a rifle from Mr. Marshal, and Bob and Joined the crew of the Kniaz Po-
Harris, a negro charged with shooting temklne, to whom they turned over
another negro. the captain and other officers of the
The mob went quietly into Watkins- transport. It is reported that the for-
ville a little before 2 o'clock in the eign consuls have applied to their
morning. There were about fifty or respective governments to send war-
seventy-five men in the crowd. All ships to Odessa.
were heavily masked and no one It is reported that the volunteer
knew whence them came or to what cruiser Saratoff has been burned at
point they returned. They went at Odessa. Admiral Kruger's squadron
\ once to !he house of Town Marshal is expected to arrive at Odessa every
L. H. Alken and quietly called him hour. His orders are to summon the

to the door. As he put his head or
)f the door he was seized and tol
that be must deliver the jail key. H
refused, and the men put pistols Int
his face and overpowered him, he be
Jng a rather small man. Aiken re
fused to dress, but some of the part
dressed him and carried him aloni
The mob next seized Courtney Elder
a blacksmith, and made him bring h:
tools along with him. On their wa
to the Jail they were met by A. AN
Ashford, a prominent citizen of Wat
kinsville, v.ho had heard ;,he nolse a,
the marshal's house, and came dow
town as soon as he could dress. Mi
Aahford hogged the men to desils an
let the law take its course, epspelall
pleading for Aycock. on the groun
that the evidence had not been siln
as to warrant his conviction. He a:s'
begged them not to lynch those not
charged with capital crimes. The
told him that they were cool, holuie
and determined. and that he migh
as well go back home and ti
The jail was then opened by t'
town marshal under the cover of s-.v
eral pistols, and inside the Jail tih
mob held up Jailer Crow and demand
ed the keys to the cells. He refused
at first, but surrendered them after
being menaced with guns. .Jaile
Crow begged hard for Ayocik on tl.,
same ground that Mr. Ashford did
and also for the two negroes who
were not charged with capital erlmfs
Members of the attacking party to!
\him to Phut his mouth. They knew
what oo .1), they said, and they were
going to cler out the whole Jail.
The mob got every prisoner in the
jail. except Ed Thrasher, a negro
charged with gambling, who was on
the misdemeanor side of the pr;son
and was not noticed. The prisoners
were carried to a point some hundreds
yards from the Jail and tied to the
fence posts by the'r nerks.
Aycock Protested Innocence.
Aycock protested his Innocence to
the last. He said they were killing
an Inrnorent man. While the general
belief In Oconee county Is that Av.
rock was guilty, still there vere
many who did not believe so.
Rich Robinson said It was all right,
so far as he was concerned, but that
three more negroes were in the Rol-
brook murder. He named Sidney Nor.
ris. Jim Taylor and Wiley Durham as
the three implicated. These negroes
hgd been In Jail before on this charge.
'ut were released on full Investiga-
tion. The other prisoners did not open
'their mouth during their march to
their doom.
After the prisoners had been tied
to the fe.ace posts the mob lined up
and fred five volleys Into their bod-
le. All died without a struggle,with
the exception of Joe Patterson, who
was shot several tmnes la the body.
but was alive after the mob left sad
will recover.




eniaz Potemkine to surrender, and

upon her refusal to sink her, after
which he is to assist in restoring or-
der in the town.
The Russion government, although
it has been almost paralyzed by the
terrible events at Odessa and the news
that the sailors at Libau also have mtu-
tinled. is making desperate and even
frantic efforts to meet the situation,
and to stamp the flames of revolution
before they can spread to the army,
which is now the last bulwark of the
With Poland rod with the spirit of
revolt, the Caucasus already almost
in a state of civil war, the whole
country profoundly stirred and the in-
telligont (lasses solidly arrayed
against the government, all conditions
seem ripe for the long-prelicted revo-
lut ion.

f '

Pre orr Olnallty.
"Ye," remarked Mrs. Upitartla,
"that picture is an original Raphael.
Husband bad hbeari so much about
eounterfelt Raphaesl that be not only
ordered this from an artist upon
whom he could depend, but he went
so far as to go to the studio every
day while it was.being painted; so
you can take my word for it that this
Is a real original Raphael."-Boston

"Chlorohydrate of dimethylamino-
benzoylpentanol" is the name of the
latest anaesthetic for which great
things are claimed. A name like that
should be sufficient to put any one
to sleep, thinks the Detroit Free

Caused by Porea on Nekh-NMrelres Itehl-
lax For Tw* YVers Made Him Wild
-Another Cure by C'uttrura.
"For two years my neck was covered
with sore,. the humor spreaiding to my
h)ir, which fell out, leaving an unsightly
la!d spot, and the owrenass, inflammatloa
and merciless itching made ine wiid.
Friends adviwed ('uticura Soxp and Onat-
uient. and after a few v application the tor.
m nrit uit)sided, to my gi eat joy. 'ne eoics
sin disappeared, and may hair grew again,
I:~ thik and healthy as eve. I shail ai-
\ ira'n!'mwnl uti n .*ern. m (SinedlI H.
J. Sija ld:ng. 104 W 14(th St N.. ('ty."
A Story for Critics.
There is a little story of the Sultan
of Turkey, and it has a little moral
pinned to it which we commend to
the critics.
Once upon a time the Sultan wrote
a poem. "Read It." he said to his
hired literary critic. "and say what
you think of it."
"Magnificent." exclaimed the critic.
"Glorious as the sun! Matchless as
the moon!"
"You're a liar." said the Sultan.
"It's the worst thing I ever did Ho.
there!"---calling to the guard-"Off
with this fellow's heud!"
Now, only the other day a certain
man who had In his employ a fellow
of literary tendencies submitted to
him an article with these instiuc-
"I wrote this thing myself, and I
think highly of it; nevertheless, he
candid with me, an if you think It s
wonth nothing say so I want the
t rit h."
Thus urged the crittl rendered this
decision: "It in very weak -Ill-writ.
ign a d a m ll irtf Is b m l j~& k

r M ob 's A ctio n C on d em n ed t l.- nl" w 'u iu tie, o ,,* i.-i'-i i .y
S The people of Warkinsvllle stand ir) person of literary taste and judg-
o In dumb horror at the mob's ac.ton, hereul n the author and ,cm.
an(h on all shle ntPapreuitrna i of con-n
and on all sides expre ion of con- provyer., in great rage, kicked the can-
, donation are heard. especla-ly rel did critic out of the front door, uand
.. grading three of the negroes, who he lost his job and his dignity, and
e were charged with offenses less than Is now trying to get allp a suit or
I. the capital crime. Not a man in the damages.-Atlanta C(onstitution.
d mob was recognized as they all wore
r masks. and It Is believed very firmly i IN COLONEL'S TOWN
r that all were from other counties. Thls e Hoppes.
, So quietly was the whole affair car.
. r!ed out that very few people of Wat- Fromn the home of the famous "Kevi,.-
o kinsville knew anything about it un- 11'l1 Keeyartah. of A(urlrvlille," wany
. til it was all over, and the few that down Routh. con"es nn enthutslastic let.
d did know about It were powerless to ter about Poetin".i
IV prevent It. I was li very dell lnte health, isif-
e Rheriff Overby. who had teen out fl'"ei frent indiigestioll 1a1d I a nervietis
In the country Thursday afternoon, hro,.ble so severe alnt I ntul lhre ,v
e and who did rnot come from his home ,I'olitl le ,the1P It,o ,f Il i )II ail to Iif-
. to the jail during the night, did not 'f hih wan a like' oionll tol n. pr,,-
i know of the occurrence until day- ,(ie ,.ih extre'nme' ustttuarl,.ice,, that
Sl~ght. i Ia id not control rmieelf. lillt s 'hli
The immediate cause of the lynch- :.% my love for It ltht I could not get
I itig was indotiibtedly the attempt by ii. own onl eilnt to givo It upl for notice
SSHan'ly Price coloredd, to assault Mrs. 1,0ire. and colillniied to sniffer tall mly
Weldon Dooley Tuusda':/y afternoon, at lillier one day tiri1iill holnu0e a pi:ik
her home in the suburbs of Watkins. :-'*e ot Poslujnl Feal t('off.re,
ville. There was some little doubt as 1 hadf the Inipw rfl,"I drink e'refi'ly
r to the ner gro's int-ntion, bir many i'''l;palred nea'ordi g to direct i lOT :111n
I believed that when he wont into the uI-c It a fnir trinl IIt lroved ti o i.e
:' rich fl".-Ivo' n rAind r11e4p a a lienithly
horne of ,Mrs. Doolev he was bent on v n
that kind of mischief, hi lola le a0nil d.elig tf rl drisi re. To
IHe was shot at by several of the iy tatutros.e i niiloie if cre'a greatly
. crowd that captured him. hbut was y health be':I,, to impr.ive nI arw. i
not hit. eli was then brought to jail ,a the dru effect of thl. ,id .-offer. .as
and lodged In safe kee lng. r ,nioved and tihe Pnsmni ("'off m l-ald I
Then the trouble began to brew. IliPe to make Its influe'niicie felt. .11.
The people of the other nearby coun- ,irvious troutblesh wIer ulEeieilily relieved !
ties evidently took the matter up. ,.nid the sleep whih tInW odld oflfee
for Thursday afternoon A. N. Rost- 'irove from my pillow .alwnys c(an*e to
wick of Morgan county rode tour:een I enthle rnnd streungtlhelti me after I lhal
miles to give notice of the danger of drintik l'ostuim in a very short tnle I
a lynching occurring. He arrived at I'.rin to sleep Iflter than I lhadt for
Watklnsville at 5 o'clock In the after. ye- rr before. I live now used I'onstm
noon, and went to the store of J. t'offe for several y,'rssliand like It bet-
B. Poulnot. He did not go to the ter a and nd it nore I eelfial than
*hD.rPri bloIHe fodir td notSaol to ot whom I rat hbegas. It I as en salk
sherrs house, for that o al was o able Jk to be relieved of the ell die.
bin farm. and the ordinary. Judge Ca- tre esad leess." Nasme ni by
via Johasoe. wasa I Atlanta. So pIate & aesy. Battle CfX, 1"llb.
many rumors of this kind had resebed TiMwe'a mi*.
Wtkimsvlle that little attention wL R U'lttilebook. qIho nd to -
I 9d to hil warning, i Wea ihUa.-i eaeh p'b
'* ^ I


J. W. Walls, Super-
Intendent of Streets,
of .Lebanon, Ky.,

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tions. No amomiIo I of (ldo'toriig relieved
this condition. I took I)oan's Kidney
P1lls and experlen'edu quick and lusting
relief. D)oatU'a Kidney 111i will prove
a bls!ng to all siufferers trom kidney
disorders who will give them a fair
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The French government Intends U
make experiments in its Congo col
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tree discovered by the explorer, M
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lanta. (ia. reserltbe trouble and free media.
'-l alvio e,.n; "in nmenald ltter.
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Vjallo4q V's., W. qqq,
Orp .alr,* 'trilnr ftar i in Atllen'% PFwi.
Va. i a inowder. It rtikai4 tti'it or now shom
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In 1AT70 Fng'!nd hlid R121l honla ani
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POsaw Piv YAGO6W.

Y New Y Peke Arrest Jewish Rlb em a
Nte*l Cbergs.
Charged with conducting a pool
room In a synagogue In New York,
of which he told the police he was
the rabbi, Henry Jacobs has been
held for trial. It was alleged by the
police that after having been refused
admittance on the ground that rellg-
iOins services m e're going on, they
broke the ilcioix. The Balls of the
syinmgogpue. it isn p itl. were pasted and
plasteril w;:;h rt, ( harts and black-


Supercedeea Greaaed the Centre of Geor-
gei ni Judge Pendleten.
ludge Pendleton of the civil branch
of the superior court at Atlanta has
Granted a supercededa in the Injunc-
tions which he recently denied in the
case of the Central and the Georgia
railroads against W. A. Wright,
comptroller general, and the tempo-
rary restralnIng order holds good unn
till the case shall have been decided
In supreme court of the state. These
roads sought to enjoin the collection
of $1,000,000 back taxes on $3,000,000
worth of stock In the Wes'ers rall-
way of Alabama, jointly by them.


AskaGeorgia leeisllereo I Receompease
Mine for t faIa lea I risme*seat
Bent with age, penniless and Just
out of a hospital after months of ill
ness, Charles Franklin, the man who
was sentenced for life to the pent.-
tentlary for murder by a Hibb county
Jury, and who served twenty-one
years before, his Innocence became
known when the' real murderer c:n-
fessed his gllt,. reached Atlanta Fri-
day to appeal to the legislature for
recompense for his twenty-one years
false imprisonment.

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onie in your rmmm, for I saw Ulirm
Blowser-1 did not say that other
folks cover buy silk umbrellal.--Uo
tiln Trananrlot "

An Old Goldsmith Volume.
An old volume which an Atlanta
booklover prizes was found In an old
bookmhop recently. Ii in "The H'*tory
r,f Rome," by Oliver (ol.lmlth. Go!d-
i imth's name taken one back to the
literary fellows of tnat dlay-the
iau-k work they did to keep life In
ahem; for when Goldimit1h was at
work 'writing that hLstory he was do-
ilng twenty different things beside,-
little odds and ends that brought

It Is a great money for bis daily bread, with a
satisfaction for a molding landlady laying down the
s.1i can writ'e-t-law to him; for it wa.4 the time when
ariotihrteWlling her the great Dr. Johnson thought him
the tmot private ':*-l lucky whomn h- could dine In a
/ and confidential "',lar on sixpence worth of tripe and
details about her a pr-nnyworth of bread, and wipe bis
illneW*, and know fingers on the bac k of a Newfound-
that her lett-rwill iand dog after hi gr'eaiy meal!" i
be seen by a wo. And to think of thl. growling that s 1
man only, a wo-
man full of ayn- 'lone by the pro.,'nt little authors of
P pathy for her i the preaunt day!-Atlanta Constitu
ick slater*, and ;lon.
above all, a woman who has had -
rnmore experience in treating female illa
than any living person. UNREASONABLE CRITICISM.
Over one hundred thousand oases of Pirst Heeler-They Kay we sell our
frmiale disase come before Mrs. Pink- votes to the highest bidder.
hatrn every year, ome p.eronally, Hlt d they e
others by mnal. and this has been g eo Heer~What do they e
Ing on for twenty years, day after day. CoD us to do-sell to the lowWst?
Merely women are wise in seeking
advice from a woman of such experi- FVITMr.rmatentlvnr-1. ofitmaornervosrn.
enre. especially when it Is absolutely rms, a eter first dvy' ,i- of Dr. Kllne' (Ornat
free. N*rvoltmImtnrer.,'1 riml, hottlati d treo tle fre |
Mrs. Pinkham never violates the oon- Dr. t. H. Kiu.ts. Lo1. 9'1 Arh St., Phills.. Pa.
fldence of women, and every testimo-
iall letter published In done Wo with The, (;rman 've-rnm-.nt operates 15,200
tbo written content or request of the tle.h .,ne utatn.
writer, in order that other ick women Itch cured in 30 minute by Woolford's
I may Iben botited as they have beern. Sanitary Lotion. Never '"ail. Sold by il
Mrs. Fred Neydel, of 412 North 54th druit Street, Wstt PIhiladelphia, I'a., writes: by Dr. Del)tchon. Crawfordsville, Tod.
lear Mrs. Pinkham:- The horse supply of the world is about
()vOvr a year go I wrote you a letter aski-ng 80,*.),u0,0 lairnal.
aivlie, as I ha Ffemale Ill. anil c' l ,ld noiit
carry a ,hild to. maturity. I r,-owiv.l your Pi ntit of Iht Ilrkers.
kin, littar If tinstrutilone ati dfll,)w< l your 'rior li 1 o :1 rn .nt of ,.
aBivl.,i I am nrilot lya w.>ll womai ln lI ,,',,-. n f
aIieoin. *i., but have beaumtiful tmhv girl. PI lppointiim t ,tfi':ii-.. thi. n ,iirtldl'd re-
wl,.saviry sitfferlng wi oinanin thekisrt allow that h' li l rotll of thi.' pilak-
wrilt yo i for advior, a. you have dune soe lio industry only itliilinit to Iliout two ')
lunl. h1 for uel." pl'r <'l'irf. Dll th1 1m.iiiii' it f Iolllm roi*
.niut am Niurely as Mrs, o a'vlel %va Irwa i lr .'it l. Tl:.rr' i, : l,. *ilit, hlowv-
(eari.,, will I,.vldiia liKlnkhain V..- usrtabl ii Ce aipoind *lirft. 've'r.v '*'11 1 'li. 1 s4 I' ,porWt 14 oni ,il, l ,y ( tih.
womllillan utifferioaig from uany form of Gvorsr tirit in o. beforethel, itlti-
female ill. tron rig nrdiri theI "l 'f Itrilu le il,.
No other madiline In all the, world ilirow omiideiii-rlle, laii oin thi l \ 'tin.'-
hasa nuh a re.'ordrl f 4ire'.n of feiaualeu fltl It hi)4p':;i'M from tiie c'i-nsls thiet
troubles as has lydia K. P'inikhaiin thl, packing iihliistry Ia N'ondlilctedl on i
Vegetable Compound. Therefore no iniallpr riiargin of grrouli profit than ainy
prudent v oman will accept any subti- other industry In Alnporiii. 'The gro"t
tute which adlriagrist may offer. margin of profit of 71 timoulr ni. grist
If you are nick, write Mro. i'lnkham. iills ill I IIllro i n til.e ca'vtivu4 yllr r.
Lynn, Max for special alviee. It, is w i,,nearly 'lev'en1 ier e'.t on their vol -
froe and always heluful. iin of li ioln'.s T'rie n i.gros mnrgln in of
Sfty-otne wholendsji. le linglitr'lngr anti
f / FO' I m1nia t l'packiiiiin tatabiIlism it'it n li llinoI"
Sf'. s wii only about one-tlirla :sI large, or n
little more haln two iper rcent. oun the
S. r o s .I! volitine of hltlminllo" .
Rueln0ee CA1llengl, foi 1r h.l,,. l.l i m r of ar t
ft.rtt l y.,, o.,ilat5,I 1 R e'i i t an lo *'lf bC iI it "II'lt. Mili folli)1u.i.
.i-t. \WHIt Y'T: D TI)I)AV tll4 i 0 q Wollhldl i-eln ic' ll loll lot it licl-
GA-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon, Ga. '11""1,4 l w her'I n,,,..,,tp,r., ,,,ilil"
i live 'ly for t l, ii r tr;ilde. blt it It -
SB YS AND C RILS I*'a' thlit tiln ilrsiroi tltsiorf tl.,n ril
w-ate-gayin *py ,Mal, isnMe I n>ate mt to" &i L *; 1r' llr, ii,,r Ilnn l ll, gri pronlt ofli
ADBAMohS'S MAOCAZI' E llilaio'un r''" ;;iirll I til-' pn' ki iiic, 111m lii'm
(A whole yearforI lso enlel fry will hlwil> tli' ~lnie r.'ilt ir theI
Me, go L ail e( .al'.0e "*'i m"nthl' i'sly 1 *1l. a' 4 IC rho 1
*rlI. '.. o lnlqltt U I". l l .,.'h' e. "l '-" 1 ft n m t ? 1 l i ,11 01 1 tror,,ot .:: I nury hI IIIII l 110 ), )l."
S I~l fl .l*l~l ll ii 4%111'1 1 4 0-. ,| ,1,-,tO 1el '6-1 M r d 10. 1mid 1) w lo

tubi ".119w It. -t.m ~e f'A *i
ADAMS'S MAGAZINE. 131 W-24th Vt. N.Y.Cltl

No disease can enape Its marveloes
action, and lt cures where other midli-
<,inen fail. (let a big $1.00 bottle from
yltir dealr,. or writt fur froe sample.
.'h. *k-rn Mmlli,'lsus(to. W iMto-tHales, 1. (

A man with 1lot.i ofti trnt ''b hs
hands tlia.4 fbigir4'4lthat 11,m ),() id

,Avery &Company
14 '(W ir"01K4 O cTfo
oA-58 4otih 3Forsyth 44L.. Atlanta. Ga.
-ALL.KIjfl4n,4 or


Reliable Prick Engines. Slellrs, all
Sizes. Wheat Separators.

Large Engines and Bolles's supplied
promptly. Shingle Mills. Corn Mills.
Circular Saws.Saw Teeth.Patent Dogs
Steam Governors. Full line Engines A
Mill Auoolile. Send for free Catalogioe
A~imiong th" b,'t:i.nr ih l'itrn of
.o,iith'rn Itailv there' Is rure'ly one
\\ h looks 1.1 fodl
AnMl t .<-Clhlrf .1l Itl,'ret" 4lplnlo,".
J iijf 4 0, I'.. ,..'hranm -'. ,f .-.'r,rrlf In a
l-'tt.r t 0, r icigc'r ,"ta .te. li h ium ti'h m,'.,r
mlmffsere llhiltllsel teil I with.l| i i 1 ttl it,. f lr
illitf-sr IAl i'iklstm.rTy i ,ortllal fr th*- r-l-.,t
,f ll o1 Iw tI troultile~. Iay,.,'nt*'r' I liarrthn' .
H111 ty II i nirtaggtiits. 2'aaaI A)- l ttle.
'It" rr-mn ftreat. a l' I i r2.
li.UlX).IX)'I .11 re b 0- : '* a / 4:

Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's
Advice and Help.
She IN" Guided Thoesands to Health.-
Now LydiaW Plakham's VgeftabloCor-.
poentl Cured Mrs. Vred Seydel.

Dainty-Dalicious -Attractive to the Eye
a.nd satisfying to the appetite

Libby's a""or Food Products
Ox Tongue. Potted Chicken. Deviled Ham.
Dried Beef. Brisket Beef. Lunch Tongues,
Soups, Corned Beef Hash- all as good as
they are wholesome., Eesy to serve
The looklet. "llanu to Make Good Things to Eat" uset free.

Addre. Libby, McNeill

The Man Who Never Kicks.
Ths'rcA are %om, m 1)a'p)ple' who thrmm:g'a
mlclnf'si%. in .11fl'sroi t, ()r $zho-or ts'-vi-
()f Owi4ir fv:low-i Kit:througmh life' -If'
ft-r:mgit~uati ,minpl*'a ~'nt thing-4 tiv;,
t lw .1art, te) ()it r#lsti4% or ha l'P' *Rs)
hicky toat a ert I i'ni#,sAf'l.A'4 e
ari rm' te'mnpnwho :i wayto got the mm.
cixiikitiml rhoje :e nml iii' t mi gh cmits (MY
t he' jifi nt I ..in *ii)i at irdatv Rapvjew.

It^ dl' ant -ilig C 't it i a[ II l firwm i, n, R. 1- *th
1.itt,11.-e 0i~ti a.' i. *m'Ii. I *a .-raft I- gi',-Ti
t ,- gr.'e't -i4ir II- .pif e wi~th Po) kl- mni.
::i *M i r .tm' f mla i1ia: 1 l"' I-1 i rlnetfo 11,1 Is
POiwal C..if .' -rV. t i,.'r 1911L. ith1 i
(RIAi,164p 4.1en 'ifi~ r ,in mIi lit'i
1,111111. 1...F,:04It %11.1'K ". D- .. Desks.
P 41. oa-toer 061t~. NK W 0U. RlA ItA -. Vl..

& Libby


Makes Full Quart Best Wish Bluing
16m yoarv am I he' market. Ask dealer, or we
will SO-11d by mail isp," eupn roeaclpt of 101m
to stamp n %e5iiy .td.iiee a

~j~ M ~ .Addl's..Of (1) ,IT1016Obof
part I rmdianhb wo auwsa
ANTED L. not HIO ith-mn y ttjl rits
J)) 0: Wo *1 wfl 'moWE9dyweidto diShoeOltU1.
5) f m' aors of aeldlee viwho ha"ebe
ie nie alt.i". n v~'eeerAint 9f their rI-
WI ii rrfxmac n11: .-f sem"who eerved ia tbe a4,
-rol Aro ). -'r fI) mlhn r.,rot kin titmsaw
W -1i1Irs -r eall-Ma. now 11*tmasiea.
NArlis'. HitICt5.ON : VerionC~



Make Your Own Gas

Any country aome. store, hotel,
church or building can be as brilliantly
sad conveniently lighted as a city
Aoetyene Gas is cheaper than
, erosene, brighter than electricity,
safer than either.


Automatic Generators
require little eare, do the work
perfectly and can be operated by any-
SComplete plant costa no more than
a hot air furnace.
Send for booklet, "After Sun.
eat." It gives full information re-
garding this wonderful light, and is
sent free to anyone.

SAcetylene Apparatus Mfg. Co.
1s7 Miohlamn Ave.. Chglee, L

Convcion FoHows Trial

When buying loose coffee or anything your grocer happens
to have in has bin, how do you know what you are
getting ? Some queer stories about coffee that is sold in bulk,
could be told, if tbo people who handle it (grocers), cared to
speak out.
Could any amount of mere talk have persuaded millions of
housekeepers to use
Uon Coffee,
the leader of all package coffees for over a quarter
of a century, if they had not found it superior to all other brands in
Purity, Strenagl, Flavor and Uniformlty?
Ths popamr -eeil Lo UON COpFTE
em be inb emely Imberes mer Thqr e
Is ae srUsaler1 Weol el mo w them lee
timed "sa" srewag petrily.
U the verelit @o M IOINS OP
nOUSm aK&uwrsRS does not convince
you of the merts of LION COFFEE.
It eosts you but a trle to buy a
paekage. it a the easiest way to
eemvtee .youmrst mad to make
LION (10yFIKB I mold onl an I lb. s walo parkageI
Mad relches you a" pure u clea1 a when it lOft our
Lloi-head on every packa .
ive theme Lion-uelds for vaJnbhle premiums.
WOOLBON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. a

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THE TRUE DMOCmRAT. Hoe. c. Prkl.l ad family are
now nfeeortabta ttld in thed |
J e 4. muCML 6mMU e. b*, and their lovely children will o
become acquainted with the dear little
We were Lon ed with pleasant viaits
LaU. D PERS&OL,, this week by Hees W. A. Register and
E. C. Smith, two of Leon's best citi-
Mr. J. C. Trice was up fm Panaceaen and members of our Board of
Mr J. C. TCce was up fro Panacea county Commissioners.
' Ars. R C. Dunn has r to Mad- Pensacol Jof a Wednesday; Miss
ison, former home on a f visit. a of pend e arrived Mwith
Mr. and Mrs. Gus McGriff, of Wakul- Judge and Mrs. Evelyn Maxwell who
la, are visiting relatives here. leave this morning on a camping trip.
Miss Harietta Duncan is visiting her Mr. R. H. Hemphill, of St. Louis.
aunt at Mayo, Fla. and Mr. C. W. Neeley, of Apalachicola,
Dr. C. M. Ausley has returned from interested in the construciun of the
a trip to Jacksonville. new Apalachicola Northern railroad,
HnWnN.ghts has gone to were visitors to the capital city last
Hon. Wm N. Sheats has gone to week. AtBowno Jaks ile o
Gainesville on bslnma. M. A, Brown, of Jacksonville. who
Mrs. W.F.Quaile anddaughter Ebie was supposedto be slated as Mr. C. H.
are visiting in runswick. Dlckinons successor as private secre-
Prof. E. I. Matthews and wife are en- tary to Governor Broward, has accept-
joying a trip to the Gulf Coast. ed a permanent clerkship in the Comp-
Mr. R. J. Evans and family are en- troller's office.
joying seaside life at St. Teresa. A precious little miss of tender age is
Mr. C. S. Clough has taken his fam. enjoying the hospitality of Mr. and
ily for a season of rest at St. Teresa. Mrs. Charles Munro, ana the happy par-
Miss Ana AAthorn ha eone on a et are receiving the congratulations
visit to n w York ad New gland. of a large circle of affectionate friends
visittoNe~w England.a ^and relative..
Miss Josie Roberts, of Pensacola, is d E. C. Smith attended the Good
visiting her friend, liss Leila Jackson. RHd convention at Orlando laste
Mrs. Frank Genovar, of Cuba, is via- month, and stopped over at Hampton
iting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. A. Cay. Spring for a few days en route home,
Mrs. Albert Pearce, of Apalachicola, where he was much benefitted from
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. drinking the excellent sulphur springs
Fenn. water. He says the next Good rtoaus
Mr. Aa B Clark will again have convention will be held at Tallahassee
charge of the high school at Braiden- next fall.
town. Mr. Miller, the superintendent of the
A fine boy was born to the home of Tallahassee Gas Co., returned last week
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tolliver on Friday, from a business trip to Valdosta, Ga.
June 30th. While there he secured a charter from
Miss Emmala Mays, of Monticello, is the city council for the erection ot a
visiting the fAmily of her uncle, Justice gas plant --the same to be a branch ot
Prhi. 1yr e ethe Philadelphia company whicn owns
Parkhill.i the plant in tis city. Mr. Miller says
Mrs. W. H. Davis, of Gainesville, is Valaosta is a fine town and well on wI
visiting the family of Hon. H. Clay the road to progress.

Hon. Jno. L. Morgan, railroad com-
si i ner left for has vacation at Wh e

Hunt at St. Marks.

Springs on Monday. St. Marks. Jul 1: Two men in a boat
Mr. D. Anderson has moved into his jat above the old fort on the St. Marks
Mr. A hasriver saw a large bear swimming &and
comfortable new home, one mile north- chased him some distance, finally over-
east of the city. taking him, when a blow with an oar
Mis. N. G. Stewart, of Fort Myers, is gashed his head another with a club
visiting her father, hon. R. Don Mc- blinded him, and a third blow with an
Leod, at Crawfordville. axe so enraged his bearship that he
Mr, Ernest McLin, accompanied by turned on his pursuers, biting "Doc"
Mr. E. B. Manning returned Monday Sandberry's hand and scratching his
from a brief visit to Jacksonville. face. Tne animal was finally lassoed
Miss Cassie Sweeting, who has been and drowned.
visiting relatives in Escambia and Santa educd Fire ats.
Rosa counties, has returned home.
Col. Raymond Cay, of Jacksonville, The council committee which visited
is in the city for a week's visit to his Atlanta last week to confer with the
brothers, Messrs. J. D. and C. A. Cay. Southeastern Tariff association, return.
Gen. Foster and bride have returned ed to the city and made report that the
to St. Augustine from their bridal tour, association, while pleased with improve
andto St. Augustne fromexpected at Taahaments recently made in our fire depart.
and may soon be expected at Tallhas- ent, would require, before any reduc-
Mr. Geo. P. Banks, of Live Oak, tion of rates of insurance could be
Mr. eovisit. Banks, o Live Oak, las ordered, that the city put in six more
week visited his brother, Mr. W. S. hydrants on Monroe street adopt and
Banks, proprietor of the Ideal Milery install an automatic fire aarm system
store. and provide its own I horses for use with
President J. P. Williams, of the G. the hook and ladder apparatus. The
F. & A. Ry. and J. O. Hatch, secretary, estirrated cost of these additions is
wtre min the city for a short time this about $5,000, but tne reduction in rates
week. consequent upon their adoption is re-
Miss Maud, sister of Hon. Nat. W gard.-d as well worth the expenditure.
Marion, of Jasper, is now stenographer ---- ---- -.
in Lne office of State Superintendent At Lamark lan.
Holloway. Editor True Democrat: The man,
Mr. W. E. Inman, hIt see of the, woman or child who goes to Lanark,
Quincy Herald and Era was in the city 1 spends a day, and does not report a
Saturday and vis.t d The True Demo- good time, has something wrong with
trat omcd. the constitution.
Messrs. Armstrong, Watson, Lutz,, The hotel has all of the modern
Sweeting, Hartt and duchholz, R. A. equipment, the service is entirely sat-
Maoons, went to Monticeltl Mondk.y to isfactory and the fare surpasses expec-
organj z a chapter. station. The house is well screened,
Hon. W. D. Bloxham, after spending keeping out all insects, and allowing
some weeks at Lynchburg, a., 'has guests to sit on the many broad veran-
gone to Hendersonville, N. C., for the dahs in perfect comfort and complete
rest of the summer. protection.
SH IWhen the fresh water bathing pool,
Principal W B. Hare of the State now under construction, has been fin-
deaf, dumb and blind institute, is in the ished, the attraction will be doubled,
city to watch the proceedings of the a-d the person who once visits Lanark
college location boards. wIll be sure to go again-and again.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardee, daughter and A % ELL-PLEASED GUEST.
son-in-law of Hon. A. C. Croom, after- --.-....
a pleasant visit to the latter's family Citizeas' mass Neeting.
have returned to their home. Pursuant to a call made by Mayor
Mrs. Mamie Eaton and Miss Emma Henderson, quite a large meeting of citi-
Girardeau, daughters of Hon. W. M. zens was heid in the council chamber
Girardeau, are visiting their aunt, Mond ty evening, to consider Tallahas-
Mrs. Frank P. Woodward. see's obligations with reference to the
Attorney C. S. Parker, of Thomas- provision of a site for a governor's
ville, Ga., who has charge of the estate mansion and the location of the several
of the late Col. A. T. Mclntyre. was a State institutions of learning by the
visitor to the city last Saturday. educational boards. These two matters
e..Sheriff Po ppell on Tu sda came up in the order above uamed, and
a purd a ,ro nam ed Leon ard after choosing Mayor Henderson to
cs near Miccosukie, charged with sena reside over the assemblage, and Mr.
S son near Msecosukie, charged with sell- T. W htifield to ac. ,s '3-s ec .t .r"
ing property mortgaged to T. J. Hutto. t ie meeting eld toned t appropriate anr
After a pleasant visit at the hospitable effective remarks from Hon. W. A.
home of Mrs. A. L. Bond, Mrs T. Kawls, Mr J. A. Edmondson, Dr. W.
Turnbull and her daughter, of Monti- L. Moor and others. The last named
cello, returned to their home last Satur- gentleman argued against the use of
day. any public park or square for the pur.
Hon. R. Hudson Burr, of the railroad pose, and moved for the appointment of
commission, has been enjoyiVa a visit a committee to act in procuring a suit-
from his brother. Mr. R. Y.Burr, and able site. The motion was carried and
sister, Mrs. B. A. Rutherford, of the committee was appointed by the
Miami. chairman, as follows: Messrs W. L.
Messrs. Childs Brothers are doing Moor, Aaron Levy and George E.
some of the most substantial construct. L-wis.
ion work bn the new True Democrat The matter of college location was
fAce that has ever been seen in Ta-.f then considered, and after a spirited
tah bi ... debate a motion for a committee to at.
*"*M" .. tend the Board of Coatrol and re ent
Rev. J. W. Bigham. pastor Trinit the claims and intes of Tallhassee
M. E, church, has returned ram hi was adopM ad wile ln later ap.
/ "Old Kentucky Home," refrahed andl pointed as h teethe feew-
Sready for the renewal of the warfare Ing: Hon. Fred. *em, Mes-. W.
against the powers of evil R. Wison. Jno. L. Ne and T. H.
Deputy Sheriff John B. Hopkg went _ItndOP to whh w re add b
to Dothan, Ala., last Satuiday to bring Moton e outu's j1"A vNe -
ack Henry Woodeon, a fu-ive from sentatives, Soenator Go. .-P Ramey and
justice, who killed Brown Wthe is---n-i_- aw --ie "W1111 M
northern part of the county two yearsom Olr f U I wO n a .
ago. subject to the call of the chairman.

i Lat wewe tMk oeLason to call
public attWith t e fact that a range
eoasln y, with in e n was can-
a tion, ranges on
the installment p at 6m, ad adding
that our home daan would sell as
cheap or cheaper an the same terms.
That it pays to advertise in The True
Democrat y woven from the fact
that in a very fewhour after the paper
was circulated readers began to com-
ment on the notices and on Monday
morning our office was visited by a very
genial gentleman, who with his wile
are guests of theLeon hotel, Mr. A. G.
Reynoli, superintendent of the Home
Comfort Wrought Iron Range Co. Af-
ter contracting with us for an eight
inch advertisement and some space ior
reading notices, he casually' but pleas-
antly mentioned the notice we gave his
business in our last lssue, and said that
one part of our statement was particu-
larly true, that his fine salesmen hi d
sold 18 ranges in one day, but that we
had erred in stating that the ranges
were cheap, a fake, or a swindle; that
they were offering on the market the
strongest, best built range "The Home
Comtort," manufactured by the
Wrought Iron Range Co., of St. Louis,
Mo., which has captured awards at all
the great expositions and all small ex-
positions and fairs, all over the country;
and that the ranges were abso utely
guaranteed to be the strongest and best
on the market; and he produced many
testimonials to bear him out in the
He then invited us to go and inspect
his ranges, that he and his salesmen
might show us their many good quali-
ties and cooking utensils which go with
it. Of course we had to comply with
his request and did so. To make a long
story sh.rt, -we went, anJ saw, aria
were surprised at what we did see.
The range wau explained, and proved
to be made oi the strongest and beat
materials and the test made in out
presence by Mr. D G. Heyder, one ol
the salesmen of the company, proved
conclusively that it would be next tt
impossible, with ordinary care. to brea)l
any part of the range. He tamrnered
th.- range with a hatchet, banged the
parts and p eces over the wagon wheels,
as he did the utensils, and they all stooo
the test.
Mr. Reynolds then had a range car-
ried to ouyr home, where Mr Heydei
put it up and after explaining it thor-
oughly to our people, it was put to work
and thoroughly tested as to a and ng
heat and its good cooking qualities. He
then made us another proposition foi
advertising space which we had to ac-
cept, and which largely increases the
space first contracted tor. His adver-
tasement will be found n t is issue,
and at times during the next two
month-, he, through testimonials of
those using the range, will continue to
tell you of the good qualities of the
Home Comfort Range. The company
has no middle men. All ranges are sold
from the wagon by regularly employed
sala-ied salesmen. All ranges are sold
alike and all on the same terms.
Mr. J, M. Lutz. left on Saturday last
tfr Baltimore for the sum ner.
Te the ias Who Loves to Dress.
Julius Solomon, representing the
Bell System, will exhibit the High Art
of Clothing at the Bloxham Hotel on
Monday, July 10th. Come and select
your Fall Suit. Absolute satisfaction
guaranteed. Duval Bros., Agents at
Tallahassee for the Bell System.

The Thomasville Chiropodist, has gone
to Toronto, Canada, to familiarize him-
self with all the late English ideas and
methods on the care and treatment of
the feet A safe, speedy and painless
cure for Corns, Bunions and In-grow-
ing Nails is what the i u'lic requires
and demands. Dr. Wilhams is a pro-
gresive business man and a skilled
Chiropodist, well and favorably known,
having been consulted by that merchant
prince, Marshall Field, of Chicago,
and one of the leading physicians of
New York City. Let reason prevail
and get easy feet from Dr. Williams.
731 North Madison St., Thomasville,
Ga. Telephone 282
P. 8-Dr. Williams offers Five Dol-
lars Reward for an Ingrowing Nail he
cannot cui e without pain. Strictly an-
tiseptic. 17-1m

In the County Judge's Court of County
-of Leon, State of Florida.
In the Matt r f the oltat. of Robert I.. Collins.
dmm*sd..-Nmt of Bake.
mnt to the atutea of the fate In such ea.
M- nmd aned provided. I viii M to ma e at
umbc ask ien Mea, the day of Auemt.
S. between the hes ofr 11 o'clock In the fars
noon and o'clock In the afternoon of sdd day. at
the rtore h..meom w Clinto nad Ad&m a street.
In the City of talahasaw. county of Lwm. Stato
at Friday, all the stack of Drug. medicine
wares and fixture. property of tJ lat. Rowert L
Administratme of the Estateot JRobert L Collins.
decemed, this 8th day of Jun.. A. D. I90L


Credit. lkastoam. dlstributee and all Pm
having claim or demands aainat te eoatas of
Nancy B. T. Brdferd, lat or leon Cmunty. de-
cmmo.d are here notified and e d upon to pro-
m.nt than to the emecuter of t mtat within
two rarm of tar Amlart mWitl ofths mols.
otw thO a sm fgag0 after be


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ie s g 11 1e, taf .ad1:ofe


Phyicia ad

Wood Yard!
Near SeabeM DepeL. Phee 113.
The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Prompt delivery, and sat-
isfaction guaranteed.

eases aof the E'e. ear sad Neae spedeaty. To close out soon; the drug store and
fixtures of R. L Collins, drug store in
Masonic building will be sold at a gieaht
Office *I eo .ap&al 9w hft ak rga iJ.G. COLLINS,
malllet* Aomibaistrator.

~A ^^^ lp kg*-~~,~rvr,. 9M9AAg,~p~0~ x9ww9~rZ 9xQ,~



Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guarante




Of a Truss

p~--- --n -- LOIGOE
Lk s in the Comfort it As-

sures. I have a Large Line
of the Best and Most Com-
fortable Makes.

D. R. 6OX, Druggist.
... Telephone No. I?.

the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
ure should the horsemi n. The shwingimal
good aclimated

SPrices are right.
of evei y description is an intert sting
Thoaie in need of business horses or
drivers sl'ould mse these animals.
There's a grand lot to select fiom.
4P rices a re rig h t.

J CAYeed and Sales Stable,
S AY140 South Adams Street.

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

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and better are the chances of you*
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
Syou use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
. 1 tell, there's little likelihood of your
_._,.U I, having anything but a pure, wholesome
L I! 12 yyet economical product. But don't be
content with a "just as good" flour -
demand the Clifton everytime, it is the
.. S very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

Who are They? What Is Their Business ?
and they are largest In their line on their plan.
The only Nursery in existence allowing you to see trees
growing before you pay for them. Is that not enough to
convince you that you will get exactly what you buy and
of the best grade ?
They fully guarantee their trees and are absolutely re-
ble. Prices are eight and I give my guarantee too.
ddd P Peach, Ptums, Figs and all other
kinds of trees, Ornamentalsa Roses, etc.
Remember that no other Nursey makes such a liberal
Nation and hold your order until Salesman calls and
he il s F YOU te Vpposition in a few words.
In wht om is fruiad flowers not aprited and
worth their cost? L C. YAEGER, Agt

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Joa n C.LLIM, PIblalkr.
SA Mt Tier .Arrest.
On the 24th day of June Deputy Sher.
iff Poppell had an affidavit made against
a negro woman Catherine Robinson,
on a charge of illicit sale of liquor, but
deferred arrest, hoping to hold off other
offeeders. The act of sale was charged
as having been committed on the day
named. Just a week later, July I,
the woman was seen to repeat the of-
fence, on the street, and was arrested
by Chief of Police Langaton. The
woman waM taken to the courthouse,
and being arraigned before Judge Whit-
field pleaded guilty and was bound over
to the. next term of the circuit court.
For Sale.

Old newspapers, at The True Demo.
crat office. tf
Warned te lat
A s"11-sized Saw Mill, without
boiler and engine, or will swap Talla-
hamsee real estate for it. Address
174t Tallahasee, Fla.




Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces
and Embroideries

Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery

The Newest Materials for
Fancy Work.

149 N. Monroe St.

F FDWARDS McCarthy & fleming, Jet. P rr
I. IInaamm. a-- -m

ILW amw Wv I so UE %.F91

Feed and

Livery Sta

Teams furnished a
time, night or day at
able prices. Best an
est rigs in the city.
Alo stall at City .
where all the choicest
are kept and sold.
clean delivery wagon.
Phone 127.



Dealers in
All kinds of Seconmd Hand Machin-

at any cry. Scrap Iron and Brass
reason- bought and sold
d new-S Spe5aI attention given to the Repairs
of Saw Mills, Gins. Gas and Gasoline
It _,.. Engines, Locomotives, Etc.


No. 26 West Lafayette St.,


Shops near G. F. & A. Depot.

I WnttLW MllMIand DAKSMITnl.

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

.A portion of the public
patronage Is solleted
and satisfaction garan.
Om..t. The LeAm tel.,

Alteration.s. Cleaning, Re.alring.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Etc.. for nde and Gestlemd.
Notice i hereby giva to all eredw tarof thee s-
tate of R. L. Colli s. dceaed. and to all persons Agency For The Royal Tailors.
having elim aatinsMt him or hi estate, to pre.- ;
ont sa ae.cordns to law within two ears from ,-
this data. the 4th day of Decembero. 19 other- Only one machine in a lifetime is nec-
wltn all such claimsnds shall be barred .asary if you buy the Wheeler & Wilson
Admr. Estate of R. L. Coln.. No. 9 from L. C. Yaegr.

Binghampton, New York.A

FIRST. Because of the past record, and present standing of this com-
pany. For eighteen years its growth has been steady. Each year since the
first has chronicled a gain in assets, and insurance in force, over the preced-
ing. Quietly, without blare of trumpet, or roll of drum, it has passed upward
in the path of prosperity, and showed on the first of January passed, over
$3,000,000 of Assets, and over $47,000,000 of Insurance in force.
SECOND. It is strongest at Home, where best known. In Binghamp-
ton, where it was founded, and has always lived, it has nearly $2,500,000 in
force. This in a city of 50,000 population is remarkable, and in the State of
New York, where the older companies are well entrenched, it had on the first
day of January, $13,296,975 Insurance in force.
THIRD. Its Policies are among the best in the world and have two,
special features that are the very best that can be found. The Security
Mutual, alone among all the companies, limits its expense of management by
special contracts with its Policy Holders. In its policies it expressly stipulates
the maximum part of the premium that it can use for expenses.
the reserve under the laws of New York State. This registration law is so
strict that Reserve on Registered Policies pass out of the control of the com-

pany, into the possession of the State Treasurer, and so long as the policy
registered is in force, whether by premium paying, paid up, or as an extended
insurance, the reserve stays in the States possession; thus you clearly see the
State is, in a special sense, a partner in Carrying this insurance.
FOURTH. SECURITY is a mutual company, it cannot be bought and
sold in the market. It is made up of policy holders, and operated by policy
holders, for policy holders. No Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY on
on the Legal Reserve basis has ever failed in the United States, and they
stand, as light houses, pointing the way to safe harbor and sure anchorage.
Fill out the Coupon below, and mail to me, and let me give you illustrations of the
the best contracts on the market.
Chas. G. Myers, General Agent, Tallahassee, Fla.
Good agents wanted in every county in the State.
('HAS. G. MYERS, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir- Please give me figures, on best Policy, for man of my age.



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Louisiana Purcbase

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.....Grand Prize....

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Special Medals Awarded.
Gold Medal for "Model Institution Range."
Gold Medal for "Home Comfort" Gas Machine.
Gold Medal for Collaborator.
Silver Medal for Collaborator.

Previous Awards.
27 Highest Diplomas.
16 Gold Medals.
One Silver Medal. (The highest Award and only Medal ever
given on Rages tI Canada.)


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