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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 28, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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NO. 22.


Good Government; Honesty in Public Offlce; 1qual Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


MLA FVOK MRCY ends of government, we do most earn- LAU CrYS PLAN
estly pray for Your Excelleney and the
IN TAYLOR CASE Honorabe Board of Pardons, to recon-
sider your former action and relieve the For Te.duwm nal S l ApprTved
innocent, helpeea and heartbroken wife IV d of CetomeL,
Petitles Premai by 3S Wemem to. and, chilrehis aged aged and feeble
.father-ad mother, whose years an .. .. _f.....
the Paudelag Bard. nearly spent, and the many honorable Quite a laug md of interested et-
kindred and friends, by the exercise of iaens of Lake Chy wm in attendance at
that wise, just and humane mercy and a meeting atof t of Control on
The following is the full text of the clemency. Monday, and h--l Hon. Goo. W
petition for mercy presented to the And so believing, we will ever pray. Monday, and Ho.ML H on. Ge W. ..
Ad ve Wilsonand Hm. H. H. Dhof Jack
Board of Pardons last week in the Tay- After read ng the petition in a very .v.lle and Seaste fenk Adams of
lor case, and which was opposed in a impressive manner, Miss Anna Flagg Jaspr Th. board, after receiving for
legal argument by B. S. Liddon, and made the following remarks: --.g ... w.m ...of o o.
turned down by -a board: Gentlemen of the Board: You have auiting a number o statements o ac-
To His ll B heard our petition and I now present count with the several cities in which
Governor, and te Honorable Boa you, f laskingthat it ma led Buckman Coal e ta
of Pardons, of the State of Florida: among your official pap word ad visltatola grounds of the
I now wish to say a few words i ad- ade a visitation0 g
We, the undersigned wives, mothers edition. lorida Female and later held
and dohliters. of the State of Florida, We have not come to ask for justice, a point meeting w te State Board
respetfully represent, that we are but to make a plea for mercy in behalf Education, wmhe the permanent
more closely and continuously identified of the stricken wife and helpless child- cation of the Deaf sad Blind lnstltto
with the homes and children of the ren. We appeal to you as fathers-you at St. Augustine was perfected by
State than any other class of citizens. are all fathers-we appeal to your unanimous vote.
We are vitally interested in the peace, father love. You, Governor Broward, At the joint meting a proposition
honor and happiness of the homes of have a family of little ones; if you were was received from Lake City mn the
our people. The wives and mothers taken from them could our wife care shape of resolutions emoy10g the
who have the bearing and training of for and support them i she had no v same, which the boards, after due con-
children within the sacred precincts of ible means of support? Mr. Crawford, sideration unanimously greed to.
their homes are entitled to, and must could your wife supprt her little fanm- The proposition, hi ief, was for
receive, our sympathy and co-operation, ily without you? r. McLin, could Lake Cty to accept. in Meu of all elaims
to the end that their holy mission shall your gentle little wife support her little against the StatBo f Edueation
be fulfilled; and whatever menaces ones the under such circumstances? Can conveyance of of the University
peace and honor of that home be avert- ou go home and take those little ones property at Lake City betonng to the
ed or removed. n your arms and enjoy their sweet State; With and Ib the useof which the
We respectfully represent that Mrs. prattle when you think of that desolate board of trustees Imd to receive such
Laura Taylor, wife of Walter L. Tay- 'me over yonder w conveyance shall establish and maintain
lor, whose petition to the Board of Par-. We plead for mercy! Christ said a technological institute not in any man-
done for clemency has been refused, ol the mother of five dependent children, obtain mercy!" We all need to have) i" or theFlorida Female.College.Among
viz: Fits William, a son, nine years mercy extended to us every day of our the trustees named areas Hon. W. A.
old$ Carrie Taylor, a daughter, seven lives. If we had meted out to us the Blount, of Penacola .Hon. Go. P.
Jack Taylor, a son, thr ve years old, and ame quality of mercy measured to this Raney, of T Gon.W Frank
Jack Taylor, a son, three years old and stricken family how should we stand? Adams, of JaspJe Geo. W. Wal-
Hugh, a baby, one year old; and by With bowed heads and sorrowing son, of Jacksonvt on. C. A. Car,
reason of their tdnder years are entire- hea rts ton of Kiasimmee-a. W. L. Palmer,
lyhelDless. Their father, Walter L. ... ^of Orlando and J. arott, of Jack-
nla h plead for mercy! Could you have dJa
Tayloi, is dependent entirely upon his' pea for m c ould youhave sonville, with two mbem of the
daily earnings for their support, and be- witnessed a scene that was enacted a council of Lake bty, to be chosen by
cause of the unfortunate trouble in few days ago in that stricken house- that body.
which he is involved, these earnings .hold, your heart would have been We have not space for the publica-
have been largely drawn upon in the pay- melted in your breast.. The little tion in this issue of the entire docu-
ment of attorneys' fees and other ex- daughter, the onlyirl, had not been ment, but may do so later. This solu-
penses rendered necessary in his def ense told of this trouble e use her ten- tion of the matter should meet the ap-
for t4e past three years. His little der years, for she is only seven years probation of the public at large, and
home, now occupied by his family, is old. She was told by someone, and she the board is to be oongratulam on its
n-w incumberedby a heavy mortgage came running in andtrw her arms adoption.
of twelve hundred dollars, as shown m y around her mother's neck, and through
the records of Leon county, Florida her sobs cried, "Mammal they ain'tgo- / ---
almost the entire vatie of the place' ing to take our papa from us?" Can shoulders, by strong men who have the
which amount isnow three years Dast you resist that cry? When your little power to lift it?
due and on which he is compelled to ones home running to you crying "papa! How is she to rear these tender plants
pay eight per cent. interest, semi-an- Wpa!" will not your hearts be pierced when she has only bitter tears with which
nuall. The support of his family, and y a pang when you think of this little to water them, and only a bruised and
the heavy expenses mentioned, have broken heart to offer as support to their
completely exhausted his every re- We plead for mercy! Every woman's clinging tendrils?
source, so that whenever the husband heart in this crowd cries out for mercy! Do you fathers not consider that the
and father, Walter L. Taylor, is taken Nay, every woman's heart in this town most sacred obligation of motherhood is
from his innocent and helpless wife and cries out for mercy. to torm and develop the tender minds,
little children, they will necessarily be We would like to ask this board to to train and guide the wayward little
without any support whatever, save and give us a decision before Friday, as we hearts? An aren't our jails and re-
except whatever the earnings of the understand that is the time when his formatories filled because so many little
mother might be, whose burden in the reprieve will expire. We understand ones are denied this training? What
care of nursing babies renders it impos- that any two of the board with the time will otis moter have to devote to
sible for her to provide for herself and Governor can render a decision. this duty if such a burden is laid upon
little ones. Gov. Broward assured the ladies that her?
We do not discredit the integrity of Gov. Broward assured the ladies that And what of the aged parts, bowed
ou e d oho idnorab:edourtes no tw i the other two and absent members with years and sorrow? Gentlemen, it

be regarded as insensible to the neces- wonild return the next day, and they you do not grant our petition not
sary punishment of crime; but we are would render a decision before Friday. another day of joy will ever dawn tor
not oblivious to the fact that human In answer to Liddon's harangue Miss them in this life; their sun will set in
tribunals may err, and penalties some- I gloom and the dark shadows gather
times are excessive; and in all cases Flagg also said: quickly. For them as for the mother
passing the ordeal of human judgment, "As I said before, we did not come and the little ones your verdict will be
justice should be tempered with mercy. here to plead for justice, but to plead a "life sentence."
We believe, from the records, and for mercy. This gentleman says the Consider the helpless ones! Every
from trustworthy information, in the penalty was not excessive. A lawyer claim save that of mercy has been satis-
case of the State of Florida against has said to us that the penalty imposed fled in this case. The plaintiff is pros-
Walter L. Taylor, that the judgmentof was the maximum penalty imposed for perous and happy. No real injury has
the court rendered upon the finding of that crime, been sustained. Not another pang can
the jury that tried the case and ich I think the board might have told us b added to the suffering of the defend
also recommended the accused to the that it had a lawyer here to browbeat ant. Surely you will grant mercy to
clemency of the court, is excessive and us. Ladies we will retire. to these helpless, innocent ones! You
much beyond anything contemplated by Mrs. Howard Gamble followed Miss have granted it in more serious cases.
the juros and racing t with unneces- rs. Howard Gamle followed M Even the destroyer of human life has
Sh hi and dis e. The in- Flagg substantially in these words: been pardoned by you.
nocent wife and five children must in- Gentlemen: We women of Tallahassee, We do not wish to weary you with
cur and forever bear the odium attach- we wives, mothers and daughters, are our pleadings, but how can we stop
ing to the accused husband and father overwhelmed by the grief that has fal. when the Savior himself has said,
if he suffers this unreasonable and len upon one of our number, acquiescing at last, She has been
odious penalty; and besides, there are We know that woman's sphere is heard because of her much asking!"
many honorable kindred of this wife within the sheltered seclusion or home, Mrs. A. L. Woodward also spoke, as
and her family, and a large circle of but one of these homes has been invad- follows:
upright and worthy friends, who share ed by unutterable sorrow, and we are Gentlemen: In appearing before this
with this family the humluiation and t here in ths unaccustomed place to im- board of clemency, some may criticize
pain that t r plore you for mercy and say we have stepped beyond our
should'Walter L. Taylor be consigned The name "Pardoning Board" implies sphere. We fully appreciate that wo-
to penal .servitude ma convict camp. that you are associated for the exercise man's place of duty as within the sacred
The idea is painful and revolting to, us, of Mercy, and not for the execution of precincts of the home; but in this case
and we do most earnestly and unreserv Justice. If it were otherwise, might we are deeply moved by it. sadness,.
edly remonstrate against so awful a. not this and all other pardoning boards and feel that our mission is a righteous
crush a calamity to befall the inno- j'ustly be arraigned for contem t of appeal for humanity and deserved
cent. suffering wife and helpless court when they set aside judicial de- mercy. And thus we are justified and
We bei.v that ... whateverif wr-ur eo re oer b dy the courts after dilt- night.
We bealt ver L t y -haer com t -n- a"nd conscientious investigation? in your former consideration for a
already been atoned for in the suffering Since it is your province to grant pardon you were bound by the rigid
d he en already endured by mercy, grant t now, we beseech you, rules of law to consider it from legal
him se fand famly to this sorrow-stricken mother and these standpoint; but we make no appeal for
hWdom otdS that the infliction of fve helpless little ones. the accused-only for the poor wife,
this excessive penalty shall forever Forgiveness is a divine attribute. On itoher five litt helpless babie oknd
orate as a briarand insurmountable you five men alone in all this broad to .wherfob mbea it on snieb.l mo.di
oCtaSe to the peace and reconciliation State is the power to forgive conferred! tions which mak^e. -. ca m pssi
of-the parties Intimately related to the Oh! exercise it now in behalf of these sility for her to erter ,.supporpsy
onefT or the other involve shen helpless ones! t Itre s am eimar motg d mte
We beiese that the pardon of Walter Gentlemen, you have heard that they her's duty in raising them properly.
L Taylor, or the mre.fful com..mutation have no home; that the mother will We appeal for this poor, weak wife,
of the sentence inflicted in his case will have to toil day after day; that she will who has beentrue, faithful anddevoted;
to far towards the ultimate reconcilia- have to earn the wages of a strong for her five little children and their fu-


Ion of part1 now at variance because man to even provide a shelter and tore welfare and correct raising; for
of this unfortunate affair. the necessities or them. You, fathers the heart-broken mother and father in
We are not partisans, nor do we de of little ones, know how varied and how their declining years, now nearing
sire to further any other feelings but dispensale are these necessities three acore and ten, n their awful
those of peae. You know better than we what it grief and yearnings for their poor, un-
Therefor, in furtherance of humanity means to provide them. Is this burden fortunate boy. We appeal for the
and mercy, sad to subserve the loftiest not too heavy to be laid on such frail stricken home, with all ofits sweetness,


7.-00 a. m. daily, except Sundays, and
Sunday at 7:80 a. m.
R. C. a8mpam
Traveling Passenger Agent
2t Tallahassi Fla.


its santit, its love and devotion-to
avert its r and dissolution.
Gentlemen, each one of you knows
I M t aint a mother's and father's love;
G bleed you with them. You know
what it means to have a child; your
homes are now brightened with such
little ones. When you enter your home
and are greeted by your little ones,
clinging to your neck with their little
arms, showering upon you from the
depths of their pure hearts their child-
ish love, kisses affection and devotion,
your whole soul is moved and drawn to
them, and you then realise the ties
which we now speak of and beg you not
to sever-not to destroy nor dissolve;
but to be continued by your merciful
action.
Lean over their little crib at night
and study their innocent and sleeping
countenances, as you know poor Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor are now doing each
night of the few remaining days left
them to be together, and your hearts
must gQ out to them with unspeakable
sadne compassion and mercy.
Mee Iis the highest attribute of
man-a. divine inspiration. It is his
eMnaestinfg link with God. As the
greatest of writers, Shakespeare, has
said: "The quality of mercy is not
strained. It blesseth him that gives
and him that receives." Yes, it will
bless you who give and the poor wife
and babies who receive. And mankind
will command it.
Gentlemen, think of your homes!
Every home is a sweet home. Think of
the sad scene which occurred in the
home of the unfortunate accused as
they sat together, the poor, anxious old
mother, the loving and affectionate
wife, and five little children not old
enough to realize the awfulness of the
moment, awaiting further news, which
might mean a happy reunion, or death!
The poor husband and father entered
upon the stillness of the moment. His
face told the sad tale. Clasping to his
arms his wife, he said, "Laura I must
go!" The little 7-year-old girl ran to
her mother, and with arms about her
neck said: "Oh, Mama, are they go-
ing.to take our papa away from us?
Oh, gentlemen, death could not have
caused a greater sadness than was that
experienced by those poor people.
Think of them! Let your thoughts go
into their home Think of that awful
moment for separation! Be merciful!
Commute the sentenced In the last
and awful moment tell these little chil-
dren to go to break the news to their
mama that "Papa is saved!" Make
them angels or messengers of gladness,
instead of deathly doom! And your
judgment will meet with commendation
from your fellow men.

In last week's issue, immediately fol-
lowing the article on this page giving
the details of the appeal for mercy
made by the women or Leon county in
the Taylor case, appeared the follow-
ing lines:
"A storm of indignation often ends
with a reign of terror."
The insertion of these two lines was
the result of one of the strangest coin-
cidence we remember to have ever known
in the newspaper business. The lines
had been set in type weeks ago, to fill
up small spaces in the column, and
when the column in which they appear-
ed was being made up, it was found just
two lines short. These two lines were
used, without examination, and not un-
til the form was closed and ready for
the press was their remarkable aptness
and application to the situation discov.
ered.
The Eppes Harder Case.
On Wednesday the supreme court of
Florida affirmed the judgment and sen-
tence of the circuit court in the case of
the State versus George Caldwell and
Nelson Lark ins, convicted of the mur-
der of N. W. Eppes, and sentenced to
death.
Governor's Mansion.
Messrs. Pasco and Mathes, of the Man
sion Commission, met according to ad-
journment on Tuesday, and thecitizens'
committee presented propositions for a
site, which were taken under advise-
ment and the commission adjourned to
meet two weeks hence, when it is ex-
pected that all of the members will be
present and that the matter of select-
Inga site will be finally disposed of.
Capt. J. W. Bushnell returned home
yesterday, after a business visit to East
and South Florida s.
Notice.
On Monday, July 31. at 8 o'clock, p.
m., the parasol contest at the Capital
City Pharmacy will come to a close.
The final count wili be made at that
time Get busy now and vote for the

Chaae as Time ef hesflue of seeer
Croesam C&I Awes AecssM. as.
The traveling public will please be
advised that the stamer Creeent City
due to leave Apalachleola daily at 6"80
a. m., will in the future leave there at


rwttUian.rs.
Now is the time to order your fertil
izer for everything you wih to grow nl
the fall. Give your orders to
tf R. A. SU, Agent.


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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, PRIpAY, JULY 28, 1905.


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DOINGS AT THE
STATE CAPITOL

Items of Inteest bos the Varleos
State Departments.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
Appointments: St. Luce County-
Paul Krod, Sebastian, County Com-
missioner First district. W. T. Lane
Sebastian, Justice of the Peace Second
district. H. G. Bronson, Fort Pierce,
Justice of the Peace Third district. J.
H. Baker, Jensen Justice of the Peace
Fourth district. John F. Parker Fort
Drew, Justice of the Peace Fifth dis-
trict.
Notaries public at large-F. W. R.
Hinman, W. H. Ha -dwick Andrew T.
Lewis, B. B. MacDonald, Thos. P. Den-
ham, S. W. Fox, Eugene Bigelow,
Jacksonville; Miss E. E. Seaorook,
Milton; W. P. Burdett, Palatka; J. E.
Williams, Whitfleld; R. W. Campbell,
Arcadia; T. J. Carlisle, Lake City; L.
W. Smith, Lee J. Gibbon, Tampa.
On Wednesday Governor Broward
signed the death warrant of Isaiah
Cooper convicted of the murder of John
B. Bowman at Arcadia in March, 19t8,
fixing the date of execution for Septem-
bar lt.
STATE DEPARTMENT.
Letters patent: St. Joseph Landand
Development Co., Apalachicola, $2,000,-
000. Incorporators: H. B. Collins, J.
C. VanRiper, Charles B. Duffy, R. H.
Temple.
Carney Investment Co., Tampa, $60,-
000. Incorporators: W. B. Gray, John
L. Carney, C. E. Ball, M, W. Carruth
W. A. Gallaher, Isaac Mass, Samuel
Borchardt.
Dowling Lumber and Naval Stores
Co., Dowling Park, $2,000 000. Incor-
porators: Thomas DowN ug, R. 8.
owing, F. M. Dowling, A. Patter-
son, O.D. McFarland.
Live Oak and Perry Railway Co.
Same incorpoaators.
West Florida Fair Association, De.
Funiak Springs, $5,000. Incorporators:
E. W. Thorp, Win. Rogers. R. W.
Storrs, 0. B. Campbell, w. W. Flour-
noy, B. P. Morris. G. P. Henry.
Hutchinson Audit Co., Jatk ville,
$26,000. Ineorporators: T. 0.'tlta.-
Inson, D. H. Doig, K. A. McLaren.
EDUCATIONAL DRPARTnMNT.-
State Superintendent Holloway has
issued a circular to county superint;e-.
dents concerning the method of apply-
ing for State ai to schools under rweant
legislation, providig--
That the board wim adhere strictly to
the regulations that alid be given no
school making an avere gttendance
of les than fifty p hat State
aid will be granted no school unless the
building in which it is taught is owned
by the school authorities in fee simple
and contains at least two good reita-
tion rooms. That State aid will not be
granted after July 1st, 1906, to any
school unless every teacher therein
holds a legal and unexpired certificate
issued in Florida- the certificate of a
principal of a Iiehool must be of
such grades a that he, him-
self, Is quallia iech any subject in
the high sch of study; the
principal of a r dd school shall
required to hold at least a flrstgrade
certificate.
SUPRUMU cOUST.
The Jacksonville b~dbhlcl ease was up
for argument on Tuead appel from
Duval circuit court, Llawyers
lant, W. C. W ts Attorney-Guen-
eral Ellis for the State.
On Wednesday the court affirmed the
judgment and death sentence in the
case of George Caldwell and Nelson
Larkins, convicted of the Eppes mur-
der.
The court handed down a number of
other opinions on Wednesday, which
are necessarily crowded out of this is-
sue, but will appear next weak.
Mr. J. Hogeboom, traveling repre-
sentative of that excellent morning pa-
per, the Pensacola Journal is in the
city in its interest, and we bespeak for
him and for the Journal liberal patron-
age from our citizens.
Just as we go to press we learn of
the death of two of Florida's oldest and
most respected citizens. Gen. Robert
Bullock, of Ocala, and Mr. Ans Pat-
terson, of Madison. The people of the
entire State will miss and mourn the
departure from their midst of these
good men.
TAJX NOTICE
The time allowed by law forpayment
of taxes expired April 1st. The City
Council has instructed me to close my
books. All property on which taxes are
not paid by August 16th, will be adver-
tised. Under these instructions no ex-
ceptions will be made. No matter who
you are, if your taxes are not paid by
above date you will have to pay cost
of advertising. W. D. Wtao.
Tax Collector.


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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.


Entered a second Clan Matter March'31, 105. at
the Pomt Offie at TallahApae. Flirida. under
Act of ConArreU, of March 8. 1I79.

Office in Telephrne Buildin,. Corner Adam. and
Clinton X'trowt, Tl.vhtme No. 190.

Subacripti m, $1 'ii 'Per Year. in Advance.
Advertinrln Rat o Mn Applicatkn.

Tallahassee, Friday, July 29, 1905.

Marion county people are said to be
contemplating a local option election.
The- Tampa Times referring to the
Taylor case, says: 'The general opin-
ion here is that the sentence of Taylor
was very unjust."
Floridians need have no anxiety con-
cerning the recent appearance of yellow
fever in New Orleans as long as State
Health Officer Porter is in charge, and
Dr. Warren E. Anderson on guard at
Pensacola
The first issue of the St. Lucie Trib-
une, Fort I'ierce's new paper, appeared
last week, It is a beautifully printed
sheet, full of local news well displayed
and arranged, and containing a well-
written salutatory editorial. We wish
it abundant suXcces4.
The Dunnellon Advocate utters a
truism when it mays: "A great many
merchants will stand aghast at the
thought of spending five dollars for ad-
vertising, and will gaze complacently
upon a hundred dollars worth of dead
stock on their shelves, day after day."
The West Palm Beach Sun insists
that "notwithstanding Hob Davis' dec-
laration that he has forever retired
from politics, he is the logical candidate
for Governor to succeed Ifon. N. H.
Broward. lie would not have to re-
enter politics, for he is the favorite of
the State. regardless of politics."
The death of seventy-five persons
from heat in New York one day last
week. while here in Tallahassee the in-
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torney, by and with the consent of the these was any special counsel employed
court, may procure the assistance ofparticularly
any member of the bar when the y the administration, particularly to
amount of the State business renders it the tune of $500, as was done in the
necessary, either in the grand jury Taylor case.
room to advise them upon legal points The people are asking wherein lies
and framing indictments, or in court to the difference between this pet case of
prosecute criminals. But such assis- the difference between this pet case of
tant shall not be authorized to sign any the Jennings administration and all of
indictments or administer any oaths, or i the other cases of like degree. Was it
to perform any other duty except the becauseofany peculiarcharm in the aris-
giving of legas Idvice, drawing up in- c arars-
dictrnents, and the' prosecution of cviim- tocratic name of Lamar, the man as-
inals in open court. Hiis compensation faulted, which distinguished him ahove
shall be paid by the State attorney and the common herd of mortals, so as to
not by the State. call for more certain and condign pun-
If Judge Lidldon was, as designated ishment for his assailant; or was it be-
in the records of the' court, "assistant cause of some peculiar political pull
State attorney," his appointment as that he enjoyed with the Jennings ad-
much should have been made by tie ministration that enabled him to have
Staut. ttirtl.vn t ''with th, e conmuent of thie, ., i . . .. -


ced their intention to disregard it. The
collection and d:ssemination of legiti-
mate news could rot be thus censored
or dominated by any organization or
in livid-ial.
Many members of the medical pro-
fession in perfectly good standing,
whether memlbrs or n(t of any organ-
ization, are quite far from being in full
sympathy with the extreme attitudes
which the organizations attempt to
thrust upon th, profession at larg ;
and it is to be hoped that through their
influ( ncee and example, both in and out-
side of the organizations, the attitude
of the profession towards the public
and the press may become more ration-


habitants were enjoying the most ( ..'.", ,'vy "W'" ..- ......M"' .... L1the public treasury looted in violation al and reasonable.
lightful of summer weather, and sleep- court." It was not so made. On the of law to pay for the gratification of -.
ing under a cover at night, draws a contrary, the State attorney expressly his personal revenge? The last Legislature passed numer-
sharp contrast between the climate of protested against Liddon's intrusion r ous laws which the so-called sovereign
these two widely separated localities. into the camse And if Liddon was as- The True Democrat returns grateful people arn suppow.-d to respect. So far
But without an actual, personal expe- distant State attorney, duly authorized, thanks for the fo'.wio:'*, ,..ich is but no list of these laws has been published,
rience in Florida, very few of the in- his compensation was due from the a sample of many kind and encouraging and we are doubtless violating them
habitants of that region could be in- State attorney and should have been expressions from our brethren of the every dainy. The only authhentic reord
duced to believe the truth. paid by him. "and not by the State." State press: union n and jot down the title of those
.. Governor Broward, in his response to The True Democrat continues to im- declared to be unconstitutional.-De-
"It is the opinion of some, iays the ,prove. It is paving the narrow iath- Land News.
Palatka Tinion of erld, "that at theop- the Senate rslution, says that Judge way of success with well selI(cte Several newspapers have published
'alatka imnes-Ilierl, that at the .i- I Liddon was paid .W "'upon the dis- stones, anti its future prospects present ,
portune moment lion, W. 1i. Ellis, of qualificatic n of the State attorney." a delightful spectacle, Biro ('lin is lists, more or less incomplete, of tht
Gadsden, will enter the race for the The facts are' that the State attorney to )be congratul.tted Hllountstown title of the laws enacted, but no such
118 gubernatorial sweepstake's. Mr. wa nt disqualified, was present in the 1)emocrat. list could, of course, afford reliable in-
Ellin displayed his sprinting proclivities court attending to his official duties in It is intimated by th Lake (ity pa- formation in detail as to the provisions
In the campaign iof last year." At- th w fully pers that the University removal ques- of the laws themselves. As to the date
torney-Geineral ElliM is one of the bent allt her ca es, and wt s fully cmre- t is not yet settled. The inference when the published laws may be ex-
r -, r i i th t tent to perform them with reference to is broad that, although the Board of
and soundest mrnemlers of the present the Taylor case, and declared himself Control has selected (Gainesville as the pl>ctdl to appear, we are unable to givt
administration, and if he should make ready willing todono. place for the University, that LakeCiIy any information, except that alLhough
no mistaken, it would not be surprising reavry and willing t y tht i. contemplates some step toward oh- the law requires them to be ready for
to find public ntint gravitating in vernor reward says that iddon str ctiug the movement. 'he people distribution within sixty days from the
t fnd public ntirent gravitating in had ibe'n appointed "acting State at- of Florida will hardly tolerate any in- at of adjournment, at this writing,
his direction three yards hence torney." Let us see. The law gov terference in this matter. Tampa ifty-three (laysf adjournment, at this writing,
Jacksonville ne.groeas have raised earning the appointment of acting State i erald. ifty-three days after the adjournment,
funds to te-st the constitutionality of attorneys in as follows: Quite true. But we do not believe there appears to be no prospect of the
tho Ik (it ie hav t completion of the work within the legal
the Avery street car law in the courts, Revised Statutes, Section 13:54. an the Lake City people have any inten- mpltin f th wrk within th legal
claiming through their legal advisers amended by Chapter 4x.t.0 (May .., 1901) ti'n of "obstructing' the removal. -- ...
that the act is in violation of the Acting State attorney Whenever Some hot headed ones may bluster, but It is unfortunate for any city to have
fourteenth amendment to the federal there shall Io. a vacancy in the office of we hope that good sense and self-re- per which deliberately falsifies the real
Constitution, "in that it denies to a cer- State attorney in any of the judicial spect will preuail, and that the univer- conditions existing therein and uses its
tain class of colored people an 'euial circuits of this State, either by non- sal sentiment of the people will be re- influence to belittle the efforts of those
ti appointment or otherwise, or if a State pected who make business and prosperity for
protection of the law. Tlhe final and attorney shall not lie present at any sec the community. Such publications do
authoritive decision of such a question regular or special term of the court, or The average newspaper charges ten not deserve, nor will they receive, the
can be made only in the supreme court being present, sl;all from any cause be cents a line for space it its columns, so support of those citizens who take a
of the United Stiatts, if the promoters unable to plerfcrm tbe duties of his that an inch space amounts to one dol- pride in their city and who are found
f the Unte Ste, the judge of the said circuit lar. Each day, of each week, the local always hattlinv for its best interests.-
of the proposed litigation can carry the curt shall have- ull power to appoint a paper gives from ten to thirty inches of Miamii Metropolis.
matter so far. prosecuting attorney from among the space to promoting the welfare of its Same here, Brother.
members of the' bar. with the consent own city. Does any other business man
"In his address to the jury in the' ,of the m bener so appointed, to whom give that much of his wares each week The great and only Chauncey Depew
Bomford assault-to murder came in shall be administered an oath to faith- to help his city? Gainesville Sun. started off to"Yewrup" for a costly tour
Tampa, last week. County Solicitor fully discharge the duties of State at- The average weekly newspaper after proudly pointing to the fact that
Ge. Itaney, Jr., r.prenting th a,,nn woe full and charges only one-half the above rate, the fake loans of Equitable policy hold-
State, said: "I anm sick and tired of shad lie in all respects as valid as a but the principle is the same. Many ers' money to several moribund Depew
coming here into court mind convicting regularly appointed State attorney. He business men' contribute liberally to enterprises were made "by authority
negroes and poor vils without oney llin all indictments and other public enterprises but the fact re- of the directors. But the investiga-
or friends, while the rich and influential !unents an "acting State attorney. mains that the newspaper man is most tions disclosed so many elements of
SHiea pToIwer of maidl appointee shall cease tions disclosed so many elements of
with the best lawyers in the State, vio- eul.n the arrival of the' State attorney often called on, and hence gives more, rank collusion, and thereupon the news-
late the laws andl go unpunished or the cessation of hin inability. The for he rarely refuses. papers made so many damaging
Judge Raney struck the key note of s'nl acting State attorney shall receive ..-
one of the defects of our judiciary sVs f'r his services the sum of ten dollars If the Board of Control will now try charges, that the irate Senator decided
one of the t u i c per day, which shall be' paid out of the its hand at moving the State insane to return to New York and annihilate a
tern which thoughtful citizernhavhlo i alprpro;rition for the payment of State asylum, perhaps some of the' scandal few of his accusers. It is well! But
regarded with apprehension. attorneys. and deducted fromthe,salary and stench which in arising from that what they will do to him when they
Sre hr n 'o thpehi 's of the State attorney for whom he quarter of the State wonld be elimina whafront himey willdo e "wha plenty. hey
Brethren of the Florida (press has it acted. ted. Miami Metropolis. confront him will be "a plenty."
ever occurred to you that the JnninlK The issue of Judge Liddon's authority The only "scandal" that has arisen The Orlando Star, discussing the loca-
conglomoration had a hand in the fail to act as prosecuting attorney in the under Govsrnor Broward's administra- tion of the University, states that "Mr.
ure of threLegislature to amend the ex 'raylor cases was fullfrconsidert lin the tion was the recent strike of employ- Yonge and the Board of Education, all
sting infamous libel law? The fact ,1 supreme court in the appeal proceed- ees, and that was not only a sequel to politicians, now in office, favored
well-known that they, with the ex-gov-' igs and decided by a divided court, the conditions existing under the Jen- Gainesville." The designation of Mr.
ernor in the lead, were the busiest lob- on(e justice being disqualified, two con- nings administration, but it was hand- P. K. Yonge, of Pensacola, as a "poli-
byists ever seen hereabouts -in the curring in the opinion and two uniting led with wisdom and judgment by Gov- tician is amusing. No citizen of
corridors of the capitol, in committee in a very strong dissenting opinion ernor Broward's appointee, Superin- Florida less deserves the term. His
rooms, on the streets, in the hotels which we hope to publish at an early tendent Whitner, and is already a thing only "offence" in this respect is that he
was recently chosen as a councilman in
and that they butted in whenever dis- day. The matter of Judge Liddon's of the past. new employees having Pensacola. lie is justly regarded as
closures of the methods or performances compensation is one that has not, of been secured in the place of those who one of the most respom.ible and de-
of the Jennings administration were course, been before any court., left the asylum. pendable members of the Board of Con-
imminent, soften without any incen- We have already seen that if he -- trol and his splendid business quall"-
tive. And would have had a was "assistant State attorney," as If a young man means half he says cations will be manst in alls heo.
papers, wouldn't they? designated in the court record, he had during courtship, the girl is lucky. main a member.


A recent issue of the St. Augustine
Record contained the announcement of
the retirement from the general man-
viement of the Record Company of Mr.
D. E. Thompson. Mr. Thompson's
-onnection with the institution has been
nothing less than phenomenal. He was
-he founder six years ago, not only of
,ie Record newspaper, but of what has,
under his splendid management, grown
to be one of the most completely equip-
ped printing houses in the State. The
retirement of Mr. Thompson from the
newspaper business will be sincerely
regretted by every member of the pro-
fession throughout the entire State, to
whom he has closely endeared himself
by his genial personality and fine busi-
ness qualities. He will engage in other
business in St. Augustine, and every
one of his many newspaper friends in
Florida will wish him happiness and
success.
Bomford, the Tampa murderer of
Capt. Park, whose home he had de-
bauched, was sentenced to one year's
confinement in jail; the "Black Kid,"
a notorious negro criminal of Bradford
county, sentenced to be hanged, was
reprieved by the Board of Pardons at
the last moment; J. E. Butts, convicted
of embezzlement in Jacksonville and
sentenced to one year in the peniten-
tiary, has received a full pardon from
the board, and James 0. Williams, con-
victed of murder at Miami, and senten-
ced to the penitentiary for life, was
granted a conditional pardon by the
board. But Walter L. Taylor, convict-
ed of an assault, at a cost to the State
of $500 in counsel fees, must serve out
his five-year sentence in the peniten-
tiary. Why? Is it because of "poli-
tics"? European despots often punish-
ed political offenders without mercy;
should the American republic endeavor
to imitate their example,

Good Politics.
Graceville Mesmnger,
Let all of our State officers be the
product and the handiwork of Florida's
intelligent masses rather than the
champion of political campaigns, made
so by outwitting competitors in treach-
erous, demagogic devices and political
intrigue. For when all our offices are
filled by men who are sought out by the
people, and when the man accepts the
office as a matter of duty which he
owes to his country as a patriotic and
liberty-loving citizen, he will not have
any political friends to reward nor po-
litical enemies to punish. His great-
est ambition will be duty, unless per-
chance the people made a misjudgment
of the man, in which event they would
hasten to correct. The chances are
nine to one that a true man would be
chosen, if political bias, that is fostered
by political rings and factions, were
eliminated.
Reward's Appolataets.
Tampam Time.
The re-appointment of Hon. E. M.
Hendry to the State board of health by
Governor Broward is to be eoauasnd
as a reward for the four yean of fatb-
ful service he has rendered il that,
pacity and as completely
lie sentiment in the en t st Mr.
Hendry will no doubt be I Mte t
the preideney of the This
perhaps an appropriate to
that in the main Gownr Brwad
aepolntmenta-while
e oely to his political fries or
-have bees apprable. Out" the
educational b iard of cotroL fair q
clam must wait events before mnd
fault. The governor em Uy
to do his share inl cig thw tW a
business adminftrato-ie whh ha
would probably macseed butler f Mb
policy were a mere ahd bronder.


Walte
spring t
court, in
an entry
the cour
Liddon t
etc., whi
the five <
out the e
cases ag
don appe
nated on
attorney.
In the
noenced
1903, Ta
years' ha
of the pr
$10 for tI
In Go%
Senate R
special cc
Jennings
following
ed by law
the Stat
judicial ci
of Floridt
flon I .
by Judge
State att(
fee of $f5
The lav
of assist
lows:
Revised
distant St
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WAS IT GRAM3 T no shadow of a claim for compensation HISTAXEN "-TICS." TAE STATE TAX LVr.
r L. Taylor was indicted at the upon the State treasury. Even in the Members of the medical profession The fact has been officially anr.u-n-
erm, 1903, of the Leon circuit judgment of th circuit court the de- have long been the subjects of some- cod that the levy for State taxes for
SMay of that year. May 15th fandant was commanded to pay "a fee what sarcastic comment in the newspa- 1906 has been Axed at six mills. divided
was made on the minutes of of $10 for the State attorney"-not for era on account of the peculiar views as follows:
t that "this day came B. S. an "assistant State attorney." Did promulgated by their professional or- General revenue-----------......... mills
he assistant State attorney," Judge Liddon receive this, also? ganizations concerning the relations State school---------------1.......... m
ich entry appears in each of If he was "actingState attorney" did which should exist Letween themselves Pensions ........------------.... 3 milJ
cases against Taylor. Through- he serve in the Taylor case fifty days? and the public. They have sometimes Board of health.........----- ......
tire proceedings, in -11 the Who ordered the comptroller to irsse assumed an attitude of spectacular so- .
against Taylor (and Judge Lid- the warrant? Was it Jennings? How priority, and have exhibited the same Total-------...........----------....6 ml
armed in no other), he is desig- could it have been any other? And has in various ways, including a refusal to The increase of two mills inexcess of
the record as "assistant State the $50 paid to him been "deducted advertise their business in any manner, the levy of 1904 as the Madison New
." from the salary of the State attorney?" and a pretense of keeping their name Enterprise pithily remarks, is another
judgment of the court, pro- If so, on what grounds and with what and professional employment out of the result of the late "businessadministra-
and recorded December 19, right did the State officials thrust their public prints. We use the word "pre- tion." Governor Jennings was a can-
aylor was sentenced to five hands into the pocket of the State attor- tense" advis,,dly, because we have didate for United States Senator a.d
ird labor, and to pay the costs ney and extract therefrom $5A0 with known a number of instances where ipent much of the time for wl ich the
osecution, "including a fee of which to compensate another for ser- physicians, while ostensibly complying people were paying him a sala y as
he State attorney." vices which the record shows the State with the ethical inhibition, have slyly governor, in the eager pursuit of that
vernor Broward's response to attorney was ready, able, willing and taken care that the newspapers should elusive honor. In aid of his campaign,
resolution No. 40, concerning competent to perform? learn of their personal connection with he ostent Ltious'y and unnecessarily re-
ounsel fees paid out during the Reduced to its last analysis, this inci- notable cases. "Regular" phy.sician- duced the tax rate, so that the glory of
administration, appears the dent is only one of many instances in have a most plau'ibleand commnendablh having lifted a Lurden from the tax-
statement: "That as direct- which it will be shown, sooner or later, reason for wishing to be distinguished payers tr.ight react upon the primary
Y, upon the disqualification of, that the Jennings administration not from those brigands of the professor, .ote for the U. S. Senatorship. The
te attorney for the second only ruled the destinies of the people of the advertising quacks, but in their an ;,-heme failed to make the desired con-
ircuit in the case of the State Florida with a wild and reckless hand,but xiety to effect the diff-rentiation thce v'ction, but the "dear people", in
a versus Walter L. Taylor, the actually made the taxpayers foot the sometimes go too far. Such was th, whose interest alone the reduction of
S. Liddon E.sq. was appointed bills when the time came for "addition, case recently in Jacksonville, whetr he rate purported to have been made,
John W. Malone as acting division and silence." a local medical association audpt. will now have the supreme felicity of
orney in that case, and paid a The question becomes pertinent as to ed resolutions requesting n 'wspapei paying this year--and perhaps next
00. 1 how many cases of assault with intent men tV' "refrain fro-n publishing the year also -nearly double the taxes they
v relating to the appointment Ito murder occurred and were prosecuted the name of any physician, a member ..id last year.
nt State attorneys is as fol- throughout Florida during the same of this society, c mnnected with any cas How do the "dear people" like the
year, and a conservative estimate of of a medical or surgical nature." ide- of being thui mnilahed for the ban-
1 Statutes, Section 1a. As- their number would be at least twenty- Of course, the newspapers simply efit of the Jennings campaign of last
tate attorney. The State at- five, if not more; and yet, in none of laughed at the ren-olution, and announ- year?















Neat Printing


Creates a good impression
correspondents and helps t
business prestige.
W DO NNAT PRINTING AT BEAM
00 11 ,,Sa 2%MA


among your
to give your

ON ABLE PRIOs.
0%& M0% Ia


Cotton Brokers Summoned.
tubpenau requiring the presence f n
ievMal New Yor cotton brokers It
J %*^ ruemd jury were lsasu l Mon.
'trhe attetJance of those namedi-l
e sfubptas Is required in Wasnh.
befoA the end of the present
Ih.
ir federal official aid that all the
f upon whom sutrpmels have been
.16fed have made statements, bv'h
gead and sworn, In whielc thpy 10:I1
a0 they know of the so-called ot'an
a* It was upon these statement
fowrarded to Washlngton that Distr'ict
Attorney Beach c4use:l the s bpenas
to be issued. When. where and be-
fare whom the statements were made
.emMd ot be learned.


trial of Milton Raw'ilti..,t six panels of
twe-lve ntn ench hi'lnse exhausted le-
forer t' o last juiryrtmn was cerured a'
S<'r:orel:; It the aff'ornron
W. L. ('arT'.r. father of thf whom the 1h;ntings hoys are charged
wl'b murdering, wit the first witness
and gave Mlaoit ti name evildo'ne ihe
did in thp trial of Milton Rawllngs.
He was on the stand for two hours, i
anl was N f;l,Ji tid to a rig!d cro.-s
exawmInnt!o* l'v AtorlTi'y Cooper.
Alf Mcore,. ,', cfnff'-dl ac'comptie. ,
followed ( art# r on the wand. and was
tip untli 7:.i p. in., when court ad-
journe-d tint11 Ti'es negro re.atel practically the same s'o-
rv he jid on the trial of Milton Rawl
ings.


CHICAGOSTRIKE


COMES TO CLOSE


Tcamst:s "trrCendr the Contest
Aft.r Long and BAtter Fight.


WAS A DISMAL FAILURE


Men Wifl Seek Their O'd Plac:s With-
out Agreement of Any Kind With
Former Employers.

The end of tho teamsters' strike that
be so greatly disturbed conditions in
Chicago tor the last three months is
at hand. The strike:s have made a
compete surrender and will seek the;.
old pcstAlos without an agreement of
any kind with the employers.
The first break in the ranks of the
strikers came Thursday afrernoou
when the lumber teama,ters voted to
return to work regardless of what ac-


kLLIN6I dJO OPP rICi. .





COTTON LEAK SOLON AND EDITOR FIGHT.

BEFORE JURYP UelT But Karmleu Scrap on Atta
Streets Betwen NewspapuR an
and Legislato0r.

Probing of Notorious Scandal is Editor James R. Gray, of the Atlanta
Beg=n at Washington. Journal, and Representative Henry H.
Revill, of Merlwether county, met in
BROKERS ARE SUBPEANED personal encounter in front of the
BROKERS ARE SUBPEANED Capital City Club on Peachtree street
in Atlanta Monday afternoon.
Rumors of More Sensational Develop- The difficulty was the sequel to ,tL
statemene.it made by Mr. Revill in thd
meCts Current--Bottom of Affair ho':se of representatives Monday morn-
Yet to Be Reached. ing, In which he attacked Mr. Gray
I and his paper be.,ause of an editorial
The Investrgation 6f the leakage .) published a day or two previously,
the cotton repors of the depar' ment Lt'aacking Mr. Revill on account of
of a3rliulture was begun at Wa~hlig. certain qutsb:ons asked on the floor
ton Monday by the federal grand jury. of the house 'during the debate o.d
In acmoriance with the call of District the ant:-pas bill, in which Mr. Gray's
Attormty Beach. the jury assonibleti name flgured.L
and iromly nr uon the woearning what Mr. Revil had said
before it. As .Mr. He.ich entered i t., p)on tIe fleor of the house. *Mr. Gray
room helie l'ilnev, to express an op n. al a m,-sag,, te'Peitond from toi n
ion as to l.ew long the inquiry woutl. capital l CIty C':ub to Mr. Revill's ho-
continue. to state how many witinests til to the eff''t that sx m would b e alel. or to give any in- to see hiPm at t l;h t ,ni..
format ion whatever excep' that l:o In resoi se, to thi; ne'.sage M:r.
woultl personallyy (onilu t the i ,nveh'sa t 'll! stl 'a d ar.( c.-- I th i strett( front
tiga,1 ion. Tihr.re wore T"o w,;tn'e,,ss, s the hote ', anI Ps he. r,'t( ihel tihe ;d(.
present wl-he. ;he jury was called to V'alk in fr. nt of 'Iv ('ap;,al City C1u1e,
order. he was confront,'Il liv Mr. Gray. N(:-
I'ers-srent rumors of new evidenc- th' r man kltw tI," oth,,r p.i' ,.vt, ]
regarding -ti' to oto le'ak. and of pro)-. a;1 there was br.ef pr i..t:in iry ((t
.able. ifls: :o.,urit s t i'qlally as sensation l I uisa Ilon, lolowc I 1 .v a 0 tiid i-11 y
a s those of the- past. are to hit, h:ear, lV',ly enownt ef r wli ch Ai f< t i ho a l i
in interp.st<,l qiiarters. Anything lik Ie way fron t o h
official confirmation of such stories is ct !tl) n*' *l.
lacking: however, ill,, grand jury in- Th,' 1 ffl'n toy, wh ic 'last for s te ,
vestigat!on was (ondtltepd with uinns- ral minute., a'tra'ed lurge crowds,
imal secrecy, and nobliovy around the both from til' me:il ers of the clu
department would talk. who gat,,iri uo:lo:i th.e v-anila, tant l
Advitest re eiv,.1 in the city im l. e .;:e s e v wh t 'o.i 'ttl IIn both
(ate thiL the I(' lthern pioilucers ; i '' f tf ( '; rof
by no means as m .exited hby thhe sirna. As In all natt, :s '1: th S kld.tl, tier
tion as aro, the s,-pI ,lntors. and snml ;e'I : wO '.% 'sons of the l isptl it' I. -
others who have rotting to do wl h tti* <*: the t wo ge tlie growltin (f the :ta):p!. Evervyholy to rstat m'n nts of cy-witn(.ssoes, hov.
who has the I .t, intl Trests of t,. .'' ,r, Mr. (ray, upon nrititii N Mr.
."o 'h It l!, "'rt. h w ..l, r. s ins is .1 ... \ -' ,I h r' niaan, an' a'
on a fill ni'l ,o lip' t':, :, . ,L 1 ';x t! i' l'f' "a the. rlA'.' m an, l "
anid on t: i'i -tl':li f ,' frr,in i-
inals r . > fMor T ,' J .': ;i Tr an!I i r e' l!, :r is tli. t! 11n 1 d r ,w
l 'ila'.a .' (f T.c ro: ti r ts in the a iino' v ir 1 n M r ;ravy r e I n
ia.t ';.:on hir, I.,ret. ng h: lis using It. In
Mill Men See W ilson. f'h .i w Iy t ,y struggled it is s ta:,.
Th -' 1. ron the .\m -ri.:1 u the walk lear l:ack to) tl
('otoi lim t :- .'.r- ), sr. i ,lt')fnl, p !'ii l of t!l '' lub r:tn'i'. wh!t 'o
poln', l a: f' .. ,' n' 'r .ti it at f'iar- 'il:l -. al "'l l ''"i' f Th(' .ltot;r. A
l tte. N. C ,.!-.' .-1 wiIh S.T .'r"A i s % tI- 1 1 '' t ,:c a(' n s. tie' 'p' ; et Irm
W ison i :th hf 011 na'!w laje t caught the I',,' s lo and
.J n ( l A' n ,,'t. ,' I' it'; or c, a lled at :oo,; i" Irmin 1M r. li' ill's h:indr.
I' i: ths'ea ,' thlat M r. I lt't'!l thiT
the dIiar ,n )f 'rai,-,ill tiro M t yi W i ( 1 1,Iy l
and w 'r' inI :. :hI' ) onfr. 'n.i t \'i It w 1 r w ;b I I ll .. v w : '. l \'a : n: s t;la t
tho I.r,.:ary. fl(t ll Inm1.1
At ther (,(,nI:us'o. lof !t. c o:,fe'r('eN 7'Iring all thbs lt;inm v Fe ratl llowv t
Secretary W il-on gav ,, out the follow. w 'r 14t y th 1' 1 ,!t' ,rlnts, it is d
Ing sta'.nie't 'Wnte' l d, indt there was also an c ionu'i- i
in The I.pi itr:n:'," t of a.ricul'iro hIa, :er ietwe n Mr. It'vlil and Mr. S3ul,
determnilnel that the s:atist;cal boarl th' latter strikinlr the former In the t
shall mTntet We-inesdayu. Jue 2., 1 (on fare. They, were' w finally separated by s
sider whether revision of the cotton f'n tI a
aereave' should be' madt- from exlsling .After he battle nnoe of the l) !lig.
data or from a new Inspect!on and t ,t cents ! make public their findings or esti.- serious a diff'rulty, as they bore nqo d
mates at 12 o'clock, on that date, or market of (onsetlti,,'i upon their b
tne earlitst (onvenient date therpaf- fac's-
ter."
The cot'on men Informally dlscusse l RI4L Of R4WI%4GS BOYS RISUMID.
the question of ordering a new re.ort.
No representations of Inaccuracy were |enacrd and Jesse face Jury for Murder
made against the June report, and the ol Carter fhltir'n.
memh'brs of the delegation appeared In'erst 'n the Rlawlings trial Is still
satisfied with the decilon of the n'e,- de< ; and .rowds attnehd the' trial
retary, announced In the statement Is- I of .<-so' and Leonard at Vahllos'a p
sued. The siggestlon was mad' /hat .Monday. although there wrr' not "in A
a weekly report of the cond; min of many p,".khr, In the city from the fl,. e
cotton should he t sas:Pl, but it was hira n ,ghcrhlioo i. where' the crlnt.s
not urged upon the department. 1' w.:'-' e. ninti trl ns pr\'v:o'rly. r
was said that most of the ( oton mren (ow:r 'o:i\,vnned rt !* o'clock, and I c
realized that more frequent repor'j v,'a aeree I h.'wwon the state and the' b
cannot be had un:ls r the present ap- dft.fnse to iput hotih boys on trial tt tl
propriatlon for gathering crop statl.- th, Fiame t;me. It was found more t
tica. .fllrcul' to get a jury than In th, c


seek their old josi o!ns in :2: e mor'.-
ing. It ;3 expoectel that aiom;it ft;o per
cent of t!.,' unep.l iii Lt '0:o (d."iv-s
will b' reii.s atetd, an'l tie;' txprests
drivers declared tha' *he,- l i ot'lhVOi
that a .out one hundlre.I of t a;',r iiunm-
her w\ouI~ Lt' tak.n lbai i6y v;t: ex-
press coin panites. Th! '\i'r< s. s c mpa.
nIvt's !.a( ,t'er.ar ,trikt lhoxt've:, ihat t m one' of th-i
nit-, wti .strrick v.'ui wo 'd el.r I;#- rein-
sta'gd1.
The. trti 'k dr;ver.s alnd t),e cr two)
anrali:or tii:i:ons will vo n lth tion of call!:); off ti sti ( ithi.: n
Is uo dlo;1it that t.t :. w '1 t'. l t
seek their ol places at: til. "I'T.' uiOl-
cials of the, tei ns!t :s' inrt it';
,at tl. y.' ,x, t'c t S.1,i ; *. ti) tie
talxcn.
'I':' t :i; V CO!'.' o 'S-iotn .;a$ I i' :t n
avt.' g:l ii-i bl y going I a: k .* \Ii:rk ti
ILI ti i c .- o ft th i'lli!t i t t !rii ,
the r!gl;: t I \\'ar In i' t hl ::. i )i .
in Th *...t (f hi n h ;' *;,. :;.;, It
menf,' i i ln '.r ( l )' -
iy a grt to r! ;s (,t t t' i :; i .
ers. w which : ,r t ;t :. t . i ::'o
W (o ll tl. ', i ln I l , A .. :, o 1 ,
a ft :. e it ( Io 'l l II' 11 i.:l i '' :.
prov'ldil fol r, l! r .it ;: th *11:1-' i)' i )t
wearing i h,, ulii r l it'tol sl!(,i'! id ,
eft to the i :; of the iut ine i.lv iwr

T hy i' trIl., h ins i n o of the p i t
A ,Iti ,. i .!ty "'I.y f ';L e't ;:! l \"

W ein t i t\, '; I c ,' I 1! ,0 I o: 1 1 ,,, (':
r":il \\' strike ,' \' the're hae I!.;' 'e"n
ir m :, 1M : ', ,:; e1, 'a rul a i :,'
'r3w!;i fr t:.i, s i i t, im ;l n rll 'i '
n1 '. ii n ! l i 111' 11. ; !' : ;". t). ;. .V.- '
in tih ( ('n'ra !" *' *i '- n \ o '
in *h i i (']ho l l,'4I ) c ; .
nic'h a lt! A):e. 'Th>, r' irniiit W ist
*inploy lfd viy \\'air1 & Cf'(). W\" i' *i
Ftr:ke, a, l th" r I oa a \\ r er 'l.,l 'v
lon-uinlfTl i ii. lP' t rit e to,111 n Q n fI:t r
it F ts.r'i; of t h( arn 'ent w r'.
he tatins f--.tt tilliin alk-1 o' l \\ :ir 1
k Co. to a'rtitra,' thein We ri ;. r
usal of Ward & Co. \was fl:o.'.,,,l
by a WHrlke of a'il the tamsitsra in
heIr employ, nitl the strMik riaplid:y
spread to siich owh',r t)u in...s lol "s
,a nttemptcd to rmake ,llivorli to
Ward & Co.
About thirty l.vs have lhon loOt
duringg the strike, and there have ln'fn
hundreds )f eas.' of antault,. In many
Df which the victims were s,rlously
injured.

PUGILIST I RfMF Of PiKPOCUFT.

hicago Police Arrest "Jim" Htall, of Fisltic
Fame. oan a erge of Robbtery.
"J1m" HaI, formerly a we!, Itnown
ugilllt. at 'n," tinti chau p',on <,f
Australia. iand who foiugiht ,with Iot-
rt F"tzitnintOj s for the larg- *.t p iurH
ver offers In 'i a przf,. rini,, waA ir-
eptfl in ('c'hang, Thuri.-lay (n a
hargo of rolb, ry. It was < '1inl-'l
y th1o pol,(I t?;*" I l t was l ono if
he thre'- lio n % !10 atto lif1'| to pick1 :
be pockeLts of a pa.,'ngtrr nl a street
air.


ARKA4tSAS SINOR I IROIB PI.

State Solo Arrested on (ahrqge of Bribery.
Bond ofl 5,00) Given.
SRate Fra'r 1" O0. IottI *as i ar
reste.'I at Idrr.v- :;'. Ark.. M-iila .
on a I ,n(h warrai from I'e .: o ':.
eharinrg him with 1.r:ho.ry .i co rtinn-.
tlon w : th.' !1:1I aippropriatiln S $ .e.,
otie for h I: ; 'ton (if t1. :, v.
Statc' rapit'I'.
The Ind. 'm, t i:t tt'e +.' th'i ..':.,' :"
Putt pall sI"' nR,, 1 prom!'-,, i 11"
more to Se-nator I. II. Adam ,if ,;:'n
countyy f' r he' iutter'n vr'oe .pn faor
of the bill. Il tt was r(elase o:;
$5,000 bond.


CHOOSE WISELY..
w> m you b a SEWIG MAM You% Ad ".l &8 sofd a d"b
Scorrknpodig prices. But If youv wat a repuaMs rvil aMk Machic, thn ta

tu WHITE ,
27 yc as xprin mhas eMrmd t kbi
out a HANDSOME, SYMMo RICAL ad
WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, c*abinAg in as
ma* e-op all ths good p-n tomad a high
grade ~achiaes and other that ae acemluly
WHITE-foer aM, oe TENSION D-
TCATCR a device that shows the seaos at a
glance, and we hayv others that appeal to case-
$ buyus. AU Drop Heads have Au*tomat*
Lift and beautiful Swell aFmt, GoldM Oak
Vookw.ar. Vibratre adRotary Shiol Styfa.
OUnR I PLANT N. T. OATALOOUS QGIVE PUL. PArTIOULAn, FPRE.
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L. ,uisvile and Nashville Railroad.


P. & A. DIVISION


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ict 1141! m :.1)it Ations N o. 3 No.21
til 'int' x howii Dally IDaily

littr JIT~tttIon Ar 12: 151) 7: !5z


(yIc A 11:4.5.1 6: 30a
M i -i'an a I1251: 5 6*:e00a
('cetitIlIicf 1:e7A 5: 30Sa
Ch, '; I 0.47a 5: Ooa
f'.oit f Ry 10: 30a 4: 33a

We~et'141. et lea 4: 00a
'once- c 416! Lo' iii9: ,) 7.L 3: 40a
A r--9: 44a 3:l18a
Vi-'iiak t1,;1tIiignii9: 37.1 h3: 033

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(;:I,! C ty 7. 3 11:5flp
H arp 11: 39p
Mitlat 15a 1l:33P
J:'anliI 71 a 11: 21
Yn:e'st ra 1it:?:op

l'ente.c'a t-7 tila 10: 55P


JOSEPH DUNCAN,
PROPRIETOR OP THE


Old Kemper Livery Stables.


EVERYTHING ON WHEELS.


68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.


REGISTERED UNDERTAKER AND EMBAL'IER.
BUHIAL ROBES AND SHROUDS.
MARBLE MONUMENTS AND GRAVE STONES ERECTED.


OPEN ALL HOURS.


PHONE 38.


54 N. MONROI ST.


THREE TIMES THE VALUE OF
ANY OTHER.

ONE.THIRD EASIER.
ONE-THIRD FASTER.
The only Seowing Machine that
does not fail In any point.
Rotary Motion and Ball Bear-
legs make it the lightest running
machine In the world.
Agents wanted in unoccupied
territory. Send for CIRCULARS
and TERMS. .


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-_ ATLANTA, . OGEORGIA.

POR S ALE ]BY"


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tion might be taken by any ou;;er -
un'ou. "Thurtday the department stort
drivcri anI the railway express dri'.
era vo:ed to call off the strike and


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TA. TRUE DEflOCRAT. QUARANTINE IS
JOHN G. COLLINS, Proprietor.

.... ....o.r INAUGURATED
Published &very FRIDAY Morning.


The veterans of the Mexican war rlfe
to a new position of distinction, now
tLat Hiram Cronk Is dead.


Th, king of H)aln hins tbee-n miTadv a
grneit.! In th" irltehh army. Now
let tIussia make him an arl'nlral In the
R'oMii.n navy. Irtiun.a n,-.",ls a niew
admiral.

W'Cnders never r.iease. IFour of Ht.e
Clr'Lf polloernien who w,;rf- aii-l l,4lig ulinn<'(ic lmary violencPe during a
patrloll demonstration at iH-linKgform,
Fhilarid, have been convlittd and bei-
telihc.d to pri oii.

Whitelaw okld' Msalary & ambalitna-
dor to England Is 127,500 smaller
than his house re-nt In ILondon, bhut
bring a nriwspaj'r nrian, hhe wP^ rn
mind the trifling diMtcrpar.cy, thinks
the Allanta (Cotistitutlon.

It has often lite-n mald that the iron
Industry It the hiileriose, haroneIter--
when that In proilperoiiu all other
branches will eIr proispcrciiu too, mtatnil
the Milwaukee. Wimconciln. If this la
true, the outlook In the, inllte.d Htate.,
In inlCOliranllng for everybodyy at tihe
present time.

A lrlitish InveNtlgKtfor has limfld1 tIl"4
Importiont dflmsovery that th-er; ar tw.. kind gl of ne rv cd t for t 'olivi'y ing 'Inle of pain, fil#'
* other for i rpiwM of tein iting. Whyly
bhai'll hI li bli' Io t niultEr of i e insIstsn
i.m jv. |'it ',,. 'eor litw iny <' uiltPll e.i. i 4
ih<' ';i i i1 'l l I r |,l.

T he (fieinl' ii 'Ileit (f Pr I t.;ts .l. I r
In i h y t l. it lie r ; i r I t v,
Il'i p l l Ii ;f 11w i I il)t I .fi It t


thi' liht ,tIIlIill |lc8 ilil if the' e s o ii iiii i-
Ity, Iver'II lIh N"ew 'York TrlbIlliun Ii
In high lliie' tli,it iP.u1 i fl iiiliii ,li'n ,.
Dient W1i iimade'.

This country Isn proildlIIng Iroin frini
raw rnatirlilin at the riutt of twen'y-
two inllioni tons a year, nilld n itoe ur',
curious as to where Much an ecnorinioui
producllt goCs to. If that product wPereM
loaded on a train that train would hbe
ten thouicand tnlileM long, or over thr''-
times the dlimtan.ei from New YVork
City to San Franclo'o, (' C. Hix hin-
dred pounds per capita are produierd
each year in this country. Thin Iron
las consumed In thil country, asterts
the Ilrmingham (Ala.) Age-li'rAld..
Next to no pig Iron In exported. W\V
are great producer. and still greater
consumers. We make nearly olie-haclf
the world's product, and stranger still,
we have no pig iron to sell.

The Infreqtionry with which I'Portlo
Itico flircris In newiipuiper healllnrc,
Dowodily is the blet cvld.inc( oef i1 lie
prosperity and Krowing cintentl.
mient of our lt'l'W1et Indlian depe>indenl y,
declare the' New York Triliune. )Only
a few ye'ir II O Idi the' Ame'rlean lr,,n'
was full of gloolimy leituutr, ci ther irl
anld'M Iulin riltrial in l iilitll iin i l glooi n-i
flr prophelile ouf lh fiiluire', Now ti,
lsh ptic aniil lthe i Hlinilt nd l ll their 'nptl illon gtoIf' Thli di l'i llpiliit I t
the islanied' tralih li.e h c l ee i hiel<1y' ii l
the oltl rie'nl etelel l' e ar l ell,. < iitife t!
have given \wiv to a leling of c ,i
fidence alld nat flriii lli

The large' Antue I i : .i iti .,. t :. i .'7 ,
are fiir hi lllthi l ti,' t:r ,i l I i ><, :I
t un1li1l Ill'oth '** II liii-ll n l i p i I i ,; :i I. t
plllill. ( o t'iif 'l iinl n 1 1, tl > i* noi it n ",
th h Phlid eld iih l.dlge'tr N .il.\ $.:.
00<1,00(1(1 Jilt,+ l,,r', l ,Xpli' l ril' ,ir t ,, .
phr'llt ng otI the, liil' t\ii l ,,I l'. i <
The Neiw lte l.lllil cill, i e0s ,, Ilhil ll
Ira t liit ile lie thi. li i lt'll, liii iI I
grace the itfre i t Thw. r'iot l'ie ,,
Journal, In elll t :i iniln,'ilt n it lI th 1 n
proath iofl Arior lday, SS"n hIliit Ilhi ,,l.
Island hiiM ke('it it loyally i-lie' th';,
and always with enthlahinim. A New
InglaiUd writer truthfully remarks that
a village shaded iy thoroughly grown


elms cau not but be handsome. "its
bouaes may be huts; its streets may
be ribbed with rouks or channeled with
tuts; it may he as dirty as New York,
and yet these vastt. majesticL taber-
DaLvic of the air would redeem Into -
beauty. Time It the only architect of
such structures. anid bliesed are they ,
for whom time wia pleased to fore.
tMink."


Owing to Yellow Fetc" Cases in
Italian Quarter of New Orleans.


HEALTH BOARDS ACTIVE


Alabama, Tcxas, Florida and Other
States Put Up Barrtiers-Detention
Camps Established.

A Ne'w Orle-angi dillatch says: Tho
official au'opty on a patl'nt, an Ital-
ian, who diled of what ham been called
hiHpirloioU ft.yvr, has d'i(r'lo'. d that th.b
d(fixialo waui yellow f*ever. J'reslilent
Hoiichon of th' state board of health
ha notifledJ Governor Hlanchard and'
the. health < ffl<'e'ri of MlxsmimIpp:, Tex.
ta aulI Alabarria. Arrangements have
I h'-n mad' for a dietentlon hospital to
'roat the remna;nlng came'. Appilol.
lion of the arn" mnethodH which were
puirsueld at Havana In ito be made,a7li
the authorilltlnt are hopeful that the
di]lnease rcan be,- tarnitpl out. Prrpe.
dernt Moiichon i;.airl:
"No c Halsi of I hl fever are known
to exist rlitil If- of thfiH area, Iave
I wo or three whbch are dlir'tly trac-.
alde to It and the Infecte.d area, a
few mquiiare'mt in extent, is under vl',.-
iornict eitlldrlfction,
"It In exie- ll" t hat the rmn'neeir'i
adolptoI fl id opiratd will Ip- iiratee cee-
fill In eraidl.fat!nKg the Infection, the'
natf''ir of which I n slHpJ'4iwtEl to )i
ve'lt ow fo'v r, ftloiik'h fli' ;iiltitoi.l(c fri]l-
!n>'i I lt on1 (';ie oi ',' o ln '.rrllrili t
;i r'.Jll ll Ill "
'1 ila irnt i < t If la !oln Rf tl f i.II
"A ? r <'tui I. I l if>' l 'rf I ir f I n ttl i '1

l l il th ,
ti l, II I fi 1" '

I It

)' I; :isi !Ic r' ;' i ai ,

I it r I Ial f l r C' Il I fc' i, i .
-st, sri ," .~.I' r ,.t ,Ie II \c'c,. it !' feII,'Z

l'rIo i : S il 'l s l tl, Qslc'e ;ir 1

i' re -r i. n A oliidllth fori liit' Soiithe'ri
I''tl iflt HNn I T' xitm a l ill I'ir'llc K .li-
i or, on lt:i M Iss HHe;,I)I V.ill, y n'Adt
i lliiols (''-ntral, and Wmavelanid, ion
the IoilI Ivllve anttid Nn sivilv '.
Alithanin qilmartinlie'd on Ih,' hitlna
of olinlllite e' iprese'd by i;',r heln!! i
officer. i Mllsmlilp l | nI Tit 'x1I a qIail.r-
at1itiini on th l h tiial of Inforrlia'o:i
S tle'grapilhid I hl.liin
Thte ctn't health itld tlv hce(r Is
of licaltlh i f Florlda, Hatuirday. ordle'r.
ed a fqiiaranlltitne' a iinst New ()rlenim.,
'rc'lght will lie irrnit(Pd to Itiam a f.
?Pr flcnlIlK 'fl)n .hIit Inipelfcor n ar, 5tta-
tiont'l lit I lomiaton with IllMtri fl'lonsi
ilt allow no pleriiNoni from Ne'w (OrIenl.s
to p.IMm.
Itliln.v thlie ciy iof MoN1ii t gom(erV,
Al I, ithrouigh Arctlig MMayor ('. P. Mc-
Inlyre,. inimii( an off"Ilal proclamation
nof ciiarrantit lli agallott the' city of New
()rip rinn,
The holri rof health rof Hlmnia, Ala
Siiunrla iaftfernoon met'it hack to Ne'w
Orlontiec n tlrirtf'oti vienr IIl miIrl of that
citv, who itrrlv'l Matitirinav to vls'.t
rila lv ThI t i t irl'' pare 'nit .-**idel
ii thee lil ilcu'nre i ttileini it of New (;r.
II' 11ii, whl're' lihe villow feov r I ci ald
toI hit'iv' ti' llT i '1 c s'c ere'd.
Havana Quarantines.
\ H% nvl in ill PRrli ayP On fi .
rniint if ithi ,%ste'hn'e' of v'ollow feverr
it %,,w\' 4w ,iii'. m iilnrantn'li i, 11 hln'in
,l,'(e! l ,'i t ,ti' n ii h llt pi ir'
Mexico Won't Quarantine.
"'h' l ' I i,' l .lt r*,rl ll,*s (if M ,,\ *r>
t ',' i \''1 il" +' \,"c'\' 1 e" I "**c*t nr nii'
+el'+'; \ I ir'.,'i T he, 'exl lnrv
cc' I '* t n i r II \ir tI iri4 Jlli it' l'<' rs flIeII1
!,i'' I \ 1t 'i i i t I ** ' ; frs ll'
10 ',' 1 '. I'. \ fel' i 're!i 's nii t l


.',, t l I. "Il i l! i \
' I I 1' *n i ll|
W shit(;tfns ii Aiding.
T l,, ,i( < ',' i If th,' t>'il hentltt
.i I i;I r ''' t:I t'' il ,;,'c r i,'t i' \\">li'h-
Inr 'i erie wirkict i'i h'lrnhiryl wl' i
t'n'" in T.onillslinna In tho effort to
prret"it ainy spread of the fevor. Dr.
A Ii (lennen. agtlnig Sturge'on go'n.
c'rnl in the absence of Dr. Wvnia.t,
whiio i now In llinoltulu. ham dim.
rat'hrd Rurgecons (. M. (icilteram from


Cairn. Iil,. T f. Richard from Savan.
nah ndt I. H. Wtilto from Mobile to
proceedl to New Orlewie and assist
the n'arine hospital officials stationed
there.
A thoroIch mlitoing pamienaer mepl.
leal trsin inspection service will be
orgenieil an aM to prevent the depart.
uire of any person who have been ex.
posed In any way to the disease.


SGermn Emreror and cussfan Ruler m
Have Metiuol Wh ch Creates eao-
saticn:nd Caue; Speculition. oDaler In

A )"('c:al from tn P,'eerst.;eirg saya: Carriages ai
On i,i e''vof the pa" oi.ner:( V
ajnl wlh a stitldenn .ess alrei-dy d'sro i Sugar Mills
e'1"r.lii dtplomatil. and court circ, i pllaes, Farm
tie' emperor left Peterhof Sunday on
ho.ird the imperial yacht Polar Star tors, Buildera' I
for a (onfore'nce w!th Empe'ror WI.
liam, who Is cruising on the Hohen-
zollern in Finnil waters. if yOU Can't
The: czar In accoin;;anie-d by his
I brother, Grand Duke.- Mlha ; Alexan.
drov,ch, and a coniiderable; suite, In- m ay b
cidiilrng Count Benchl-ndorff, marshal
of th" court ; Count. lfeyden, chief if
Ihe' Imperial chancel:ory; Admiral Bir
il'ff, rnlnister of marine; Captain Von
K:imen, who commanded th-e battleship
Hevastopol during the sl.gec of Port
ArIrhir; ('Cptain ChagHn, who com-rn.
ninrl.ed the Almaz. the' only cruiser ..%
Admiral Rojentvensky's fleet to reach
Vladlvtok, after the battle of the a o n fec
of ,I:ilan; Captain tllnize, naval at- C o nII e
itacih of the German embassy and
a!so a party of courtlers and the enm- THE CHOICEST AND I
;,'ror'ms t' eort of sailors and marines
with a guard commanded by Ad'ntra;
Ni1Ioff.
It Ilh notlreable that there is no rep- Prompt Deli
re-'eintat've of the Ittllesan, foreIgn
omeie among the emplwror's entourage
rinor ir the German arnhasHador on
hoard the I'o;ar Star. This gives ol- WM. CHILD.
or to a report that the meeting was
erratng,'il between the two emperor hild Br
'!lrrfly ''wl'hout reo-irue to the iistila! C 11d Bros@
I plIlonm:itle e hamnn' E n;: .'ror W illlani
-,ilstin the reld,.zvouBs bicy t,'lfe CONTR/
,ra.;il from HI rnos'hanril. Sw'edon. rhe
~l<.i. th' report s'i V ,s, lme witl the th
/atr' 6 faivor, hiit t ih finaIl arrarti ''a -
:ni 'i ts ft Vi e llr cl'pv lll| il11 1i I S lliliiVy r
is'il so miili' ci r e Ir' ''i" 'of. t tIit i r .;il Of
fi. n I ; w r re if '.' i ; ( 01iiri 11t t l ''


I I n f' fr ! ip !', :,

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; + *' i i .< i lth n ( ;''i tie eI |art- Ic' plii *' '
;rc '':' r< 'i',,' .li ;>:I ,e Ic l an wva'- rnn'
: i ni.i r i i i th ri' i i n of r (;t rli'sti
1. r ;1;i.li( il.4 from H'iii i iE ;i. pe or()r
V aii ;it lwhom k', f[) l i'i'.tst I n t-, -
;i-o(olf oif Ilhr i I li:I-co l.: i l) war lr wIs ;w i
known, hiim a'fo tallen afdvanta ge of
the p o' 'im lo:i to ldilriiN a the detal; l.
with eov'w;tnfl'eses and the cprewrncr'
oif the naval emoffleil who (llllntingiiish.
',1 themnelvesl In the far east Is dduoi
to hif!n pec 'l aI req'Iit, t.
A sel' hlal lispa'tch from Paris say.s-
m'nieror N I chola' crnie lin tuhe
(;,ilf of Finland to meet ':nperor WVII
lim In in the c tiie'ct of miiuich comment
Ili the -prefH ('Crftail ihnewapapersc 'x-
lir'ti the fear that the German em
pecro w.11 Infliien(o the carrying( oiut
of the ,erace program, while other-4
'ire of the opinion that Emperor \V il-
Inm wt ll s'ek to estrange Rcs Ila
from France.
rthe LonIielon nfewyltaperm of Sunday i
Morning lnotedl with iDquietu tle ttI i i
,il' l r'",Tre;v of Emperor Nicho'ns
o( v'im' lIPniv'eror William, nnd nll
l-'lndh of per(i'ntl on nre Indull ed In
!.'s to lth' pos:ileli' motilves for., and
'tlie re','ilit of u li i a momientous In.
tI'rvlew it # n tiilie when so many dlif.
fic't probllem'n are facing Euijropean
,1 plomnar. Tit Moroccan and St an
ntivlin rhi*'' !lls are regnrdl 1 .i'l
-0po,!i'he s'tit,' 1 t for i sric pi'lor, n' i
it 1q alfso s'llp r v l'part' in It'. 'tii may have' s,ie
S I'e in ,ri'!,) 'ilI!i g the empler',r i.1
i' In ; 'oll. v f i.' -erm ttit'l M \' r ,*
t- com'l l. a t' ,'; ,' o a il hn ni ;isl( p;
i l -r I ,- I (rr'n, Britain.
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GR4%D JIlT 60I1S LTR JGuIIRS.


District A4torney **ech Am weces thet
Colte. I eak ProMe g WIN e*i.
The grand jury of the District of
('olumbla wil take up the allegations
that there has been Jugglery In. the
cotton crop statistical reports of the,
department of agrIculture with a view
of possible indictment or indictments.
The announcement that the grand
Jury would mect to consider the sub-
ject was macde in a statement Issued
by United States District Attorney
Morgan H., Ile day night.


Hardware, stoves, Tinware, Wagons

nd all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

and Kettles, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-

and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-


Supplies and Sporting Goods.


find what you want you


e sure Yaeger has it.


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COLES


tioner G Crocer

FRESHEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST LIVING
PRICES.


very.


Telephone 32.


GEO. W. CMILD.


* Building and Lumber Co.,

ACTORS AND BUILDERS.


Plans and Speciflcations furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
moulding, stair rail, balusters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grille,
flacy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip.
tion. Brick, Lime and Cement foe sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee our work
to be first class In every particular. Prices reasonable.
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line, on lot South of
County Jail.


PHONE 87.


P. 0. BOX I.


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AIR LINE RAILWAY.


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AND ATLANTA.


Schedule In Effect January C, 1905.


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Por further Information regarding rates. Pul;man reservations. etc.,
PDply to the under.-lr2d.
PmRD GEISSLER. T. P. A.. 116 Peachtree Street. Miauta. Ga.
W. E. CHRISTIAN. A. 0. P. A., 11i Peachtrce St.. Atlaata. G.


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i r 1)111isIy, t0lone 01 i tli (' C 'i '.."-
iX. h'* i" o o John White at IP'n-
si, oa. :.) \ ias shot by W\ F. W i'
liams. !'1 in the hospital as a resuti'
of tne' v, i :nl. The bullet entered the'
side (it :iho neck an.t lodged some-
wlh'.re in the shoulder. Pat-alysis re-
si' 'l1 fio:n ithe injury o o the spin il
(ori!, an'i af;*:r lingering for thr, a
days. I>.ib.' passel away.
James White, son of the murdered
merchant, who is shot through both
Ihngs, s-en's to be slightly improved,
though his C(ondition is still crtical
There is much Indignatton against
Willian;s. vho is being guarded in
the jail.
A spi.cial term of the circuit court
to try Williams will probably be held
within thel nt\xt ten days. Sheriff Vant
Pi,, t.a8 teegraphed Judge Carter,
asking th.it a spe ial term be called,
-n in aidliton large numbers of po.
lt itons, signed bv prominent men,
have I #.'n forwarded to the judgR
making tIhe same request. It is h -
lieved that if thIe special term is n11l.
ed and VWill!airs Is given a s;p'eeIv
trial. hat it will allav some of 1h,,
hit'.r frellng now e.is Ing and that
tro-ible will t e ; rvented.

.A rouim;)any is being organized in
.1a(, nsonvi:-'- for the purpose of in luc-
.nz im:nirrn:'ircn to Florida from Hoi-
:ar at : ii n G,errrmnv. At th-.
S'.i,l I t. t i-,m ov'ETlon'' is a G(;ern 'i
v.! f r '.''s his b n 'm"-loYel tn
i' in:ni. :' on i urlIr ;i'.v of tt:e i'ni:,',l
s- i riii:,,'rlt ndl who is fiuni'-
;i- '. ':' t' ; \o' k. and who is4 ee,:'f
(' '.' '! *: e is a great ftn''i fe-
( ;' '! T n t h ;s a' e. an' I
";.it ,, i r! 'f thcs'e pI.'p!,' *'
F r~ 'i-.I,'ra lel' nlrn):,'rs ',
.t i f .: r* c v i to r-lo- la t : 1'
C ,' :i:, ".' "' I'.' !.i *v, a '" 'A. (;I II ,; l,
,', ". ;, ",m i ,, *r (''" w '(tlh ,'ve;y\'
inl f ', ** :'n I have' n en s
-', *h' r l'" r+o ti 'rl s ton dv.rtlre aln I
i ii ":'1 ,r'; alonv .

A\t PI' n'- 1 i .1t 1.hn II. 1V'a t'L k 'l '' .
of '' tri'i- r.n tir' rh' i tens (if '!
Snii y. ". l .n.is **are i As a nm 'niiie r
of ie .or ;i ire. hif l'ip.ity shur:f'f.
ronistal *'I .,n IIn ohei'r i'K-itiions w'a
contvi t'l of nian l"l-iehter tn the
rr.rrin'. i' 'ir'. W nile thoeo ing at I.
( N chrlq at CenTury a few weeks
ago. while the latter was running, a
. l,:ao't frnm the revolver of Vaughan
wnt wild and !r'itantly killed B. T.
Nall, a drmimer. Attorneys gave no.
tirc of a motion for a new trl!.

President 'Backman of Rollins Co!-
'er(.: has rece.!ved an offer of a Sit.-
norn libraryy and administrative bull'l-
ing fnr the college from Mr. Carnegi.
W!t'o"ut tkting th's proposition !nto
Prn'nint, the rollere has rs'ied a quar-
tor o' a m'lion dollars within the last
two yvers.


Great Interest in State Fair.
As the d(at*e of opening, Noveimber
15. approaches, interest In the sta'e
fair movement at Tampa is hecuomrlng
more marked and county after coun-
ty, many of which have not hitherto
lieen represented at a Florida fair, is
falling into line, eac h with the avowed
intention of winning a large number
of the big premiums offered, including
the first prize for a general county
exhibit of all products known to Flor.
ida. the amount of which is $2.000.
The prize's for county and individual
exhibits of all proilucia will be mucn
larger than any hitherto given at any
state fair !n the south, this being due
to the liberal appropriation for proe
miums of $15,000 annually for two
years, made by the last legislature,
tr, which the fair association will add
several thousand dollars. On this se-
(ount the.-e will be in evidence a
grander array of exhibits than weie
ever collected in Florida before, and
thousands of homtseekers whom the
railways expect to bring from other
States will view them and learn of
Florida's riches of soil and climate.
'The fair Is eonficdently expected to do:
more for the cause of immigration
ihmn any former undertaking, and no

county In the t'tVe can afford to be
wIthout repreesfn' it'on.

l.e;ters patent have le(n grantel-
for the incorporatio i of thh S:. Jo-
*h lan 1 pn t l" -v-'ioipment com;)any
of Apa'a.hi(a ola. wi'h a capital of $2),-
1 .1111i. to I'iv. ll], li arter liortgagi
;:nr l o'hi rw':s i li t! in lands. tinibe'",
rigtl;.t. tovtmIi I* .'h. it-ha ors, docks,.
,lork pi ii'h' andI terminal proper-
I s ot m atni aloi; ;:,i' of the Apalach-
i ,: in1l N r'lr I r i 'a!lroadl company,
r :.-ewhere ti t e sta'e of Florl<:u.

F. .. Appl'ivar: i -eere'ary of the
S~ : I'r Prss \s-soilai ion, was In Jack-
sinv:il]: a f'w idav's ago conferring
.' itt. .1 ('. I 'Lsh f the P'u'o thi ern as
.o *0;ie de at'W of t(' he propo 'eil pre':s
O ( ';W s on *" t ,' ;::pphlre countryy of
.Nor.t ('Carolila I- was learned that
'i hiotel iii that part of the word
itra' now tt'l'nig people away, and f"r
thi's reason *Ie annual onling of the
nnecll-piushers of the state will very
likely be powspone-d until some time in
September.

Reuben Reed was hanged at Green
Cove Springs last Friday, the execu.
tion being witnessed by a targe num.
her from the country round about
Reed made a long confession of the
'many crimes of which he had been
guilty. He had killed one white
Sman ani ne of his own color, and
hbd done any amount of thievagS
throughout the southern part of the
state.


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Florida State News.



Tragedy in Evinston. Bomford Given the Limit.
Partlcui&ri of the wounding 't After being o.:t twenty-four hours.
Pcstniaster. W. 0. Barron aad killing the jury tty!ng Harry Bonomford at
of his son. Wlatt Barron, by John P.
Hes;er, a prominent merchant, a Tampa for assault with Intent to mur-
Evins'on, have Leen made public. der oa Captain C. L. Park. rendered
For several months, it is understood, a verdict of guilty of aggravated as.
Barron and Heater have not been on sault. Later Bomford was sentenced
the best of terms. and rete.itly, it Is by Judge Gordon to one year in tao
said, Hesarer reported Barron to the jail, t maximum penily for
postofflke -eeoartment at Washington, agsrated assault. In sentencing
charring m:smanaaement of the af- Bomford the judge stated that the
fairs of the Evinstoe office. The day of jury would have been justified in co.i-
the tragedy Heater sent a messeun- acting him of assault wth Intent to
ger for his mail. Postmaster Barron murder, In whhch event the court
refused to deliver the mail without a ould have given him the maximum
write order, and so informed the charetwnt
measenzer, requesting him to return ty under that chargetwenty
to Heater nd secure a written orde:. years.
Instead of complying with the request, counsel of Ca;tnn Park, was highly
it is si.d that Hester picked up a interesln.
shotgun from his store and proceeded interesting.
After citing a number. of author.
to the postofflce, when the shooting contention of the
occurred, the postmaster being se- state that a man who enters another's
merely woinded.state that a man who enters another's
verely wo'inde W~att Barron, son of the postmaster, home for an unlawful purpose I
attatten,sonofthepobarred from a plea of self-defense.,
was loading a car with watermelons. barred from a peofselfdefens
a few rd from the scene. Hearing Colonel McFarlane presented to the
a few rods from the scene. Hearing
the report, of the gun, he left the car jury a most forcible array of convinc-
storetoat-ing arguments to sustain a conviction
ani procheder toward the store to of the defendant of assault with the3
certain the trouble, when he was met ntent to commit murder upon Cal
by Hester anl Instantly killed. a
The tragedy has assumed rather ain Park. He gave the defendant a
(o:r; lHa'e,!l proportions, owing to the scathing arraignment, and intendedd
fact that the oroner's jury which sat that Bomford wa proven by the vi-
upon thp ae faled to agreed: the information. He read numne.-
seps:on lasting two days. ous proverbs of Solomon with regard
The qmstion which rested with thel
to the bad land the good woman., ma -
.jury wis :it the hands of whom young th appliadio g a d he went aoha. ,to
Parron, met his death. y conce it show Mrs. Park as the former, and se.
p.teir.-l rned publtsly conceded hil erely crltie!sed the ac.;s of 1omnlfori,
Foster flre the shots whieh kilel t,he (defen,lnt in the case, whom ho
y,,!.n.: Barr-en and wounded his falhe,, Ot.lieied as the dsiroyer of the pea,-
it :< n fIait that no one has vet I(, 1 an hap' l of t e Park ho>s..h.l,,I
foun X.,,o wo( l testify that th,'y S.v Park iot ithold,
H s ,r : the t.n The shots w ,.r k I ng the l s':i wor:e. than ,
wwidower an il his thr'' bright chill .n
arom n itn.'.w i l t e r-;ir of t1 st, Is h 1
Sei the u m t rs t h i orl. ns, and conl,,l i

K Y Tar, to':" t; '!r ' hi l I' I"l.ii il

,ipiiral.ti., to 11i' jury f Double Murder Laid to W illi;ms. whiih w ,'hl pre:, t th,' r. ity (l
.. lHie home.


AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE.
is Ohio realt Alear. Ts Yearm 04, mCuad
of t rewlbae ca After Toa Year* of
NwfleertmE.
Sidney Justus, fruit dial .r,of Mentor.
Ohio, says: "I
was curedo hy
S lioa's Kidney
*~~ e Pills of a sever (
icase of kidtey
S trouble, ,if eight
Ori" tell yellt '
a0at dI di n I lf-
S ferea the Iriost
i sev'tere batekulihe
uned other pains
in the region of
SIDY Jt,., the kidneys.
These were especially severe when
stooping to lift anything and ofteI d I
could hardly straighten my back. The
aching was bad in tlheday timtne.but just
as bad at night, and I was always In me
in the morniting. I was bothered witih
rheumnatihp ins att nd dropsieal swell! ng
of the feel. 'ihe urinary imsagm twere
paiinfuil andt the secret ions were dis-
coloredm id so free thnt often I had to
rise at iight. I felt tired all day. Ha lf
a box served to rellevr me. aind three
tb ixes ef, eetet l "1 p l'l'lW illit cure.'"
Fotr sale by all denors. IP'rhee " .'oster-Mlllnurn Co'.. Ituffalo, N. Y.

Vaccination Under Red Light.
I);'. PaUl, director of th' 't'eninan
V:cclnt t on Inilltiitu delive'-od re-
centlv it lecture on \:c'wiition unile:l :
rtl'I liht. D)r. FinriSia isiover ,i thh.'
t1w hIlle a ixl, i( i l i f,] t.it l* j i\.4 ()'
l-htl ipr i,,luve iil' >t lyv s :Atrs w ,ii h
dklil-.lm rc patients \,h,}\ thl', r'e( o'er
ed t'rni smallpox. Smallpox ii',itin",
are, therefore trt.i'.el in roots likoe
tli se 1 used by I !, otv()11 r;tI )he'rs. to
which red light only is admitted.
The window panes are of red glass,
and no electric light, only candle.i.
are used In red glass globes. In cases
treat.'l In this way the disease last's
a much shorter time, and the acars
are almost entirely avoided. Prof.
Gartner proposed to vaccinate chil-
dren In red light. Numerous doctors
have taken his advice, with the re
suit that no pain was felt, there was
no fever and there were no scars aft-
er the pustules had healed. This re-
sult, declared Dr. Paul. la the reverse
of what Is Intended by vaccination,
which Is meant to make people Im-
mune against Infection, and the more
its effect Is felt the better will be
the ultimate result. Red light, which
should be applied in all cases of
smallpox, must be avoided in vacci-
nation If the effect of the vaccination
la not to be illusory-New York
World.


CHANCED HUSBAND.
rWife Made WI i ChA a i Frooed.
Change of diet Is the only way to
really cure stomach and bowel trouble.
A womann nys::
"My hushbiid lnd dyspPpsia when we
were married anud had suffered from It
for several years. It was almost lin-
posllsible to ld anything le could cat
without bad results.
"I thought this was largely due to
the usie of coffee. nnad perinadedi h im to
discontinue it. Ite did, o. and began to
drink 'Potum Food Coffee. The change
did him good from the blegitiinig, lhil
digestion improvedd; he suffered iniiuhi
lems from lil iinervouin ',s. iidtal whliei
lie added (irnpe-Nuts food to lilt diet
lie WUus sIoria niltirely cured.
".My friuidl. Mr1. -- ---,. of VI, kt-
burg (liy fnerr hionioe, li had betinn a
rervoutin wre k aluo from Medlh'!nes hl no effect, neit Ither did
travel help her lOni my last viit ioine.
some iontis nago, I pers atiletI hlr to
utse (rape-Nuts food. Sihe was In de-
spair. antd consented. Mlhe stuck to it
until It restor-d her health so coim-
pletely tihat l he is now thle most enthbl-
sinstic frieidl of (Grape-Nuti that I
ever knew. Set eiAts it with cream or
dry, just us It comes from the package
- keeps it in l her room uad eats it whePn-
ever she feels like It.
"I began eating Orape-Nuts food my-
self when my baby was two months
old, and I don't know what I should
have done without IL My appetite was
gone. I was weak and nervous and af-
forded but very little nourishment for
the child. The Grape-Nuts food, of
which I soon grew very fond, speedily
set all this right again, and the baby
grew healthful, rosy and beautiful as a
mother could wish. He sla two years
old now and eats OrapeNute stood bimo-
Wit. I wish every tired yoag meter
knew of the good that Orape-Nuts
weld do her."
Names gives by Postuma Co, Battle
Creek. Mkh.
There's a reamae.


Big Familll The Beat.
Father Beck, of the Holton Record
er. has lined up on the aide of Presl-
dent Roosevelt in the big family con-
troverny, and raises a new point to
justify his position.
"If the opposition will investigatee
the matter just a little It will find
that nine out of ten of the great men
and women of this country nave been
members of large families. And if
it will carry the investigation a little
further it will discover that as a rule
where there are only one or two chil-
dren In the family ttey become spoil-
ed and selfish and seldom amount to
much. The more education you give
a spoiled, selfish boy the wore you
make him, unless he can In some way
overcome his selfishness. We will
leave it to any of our observing, in-
telligent reader If among their ac-
quaintances the best boye and girls
are not as a rule the members of large
families,"-Kansas City Journal.

WANTS THE CHANCE.
Late again, Mr. Brown! Lnto
".ga!.:'" chirped the manager. "I be-
lieve you'd be late at your wedding."
"Ah'" murmured the married man.
"And a lot later, too, if 1I got tha
chance ag::!n."-Chicago Joux. al.

rlTS[.,priaint lvy te I N.' fli or na rvotiu -
ni ss afrrr ;lra.t In'v us.'. f ,t lr. Klin' rs Nei \ lIe.t Ir,,r.t2tril It i t I ,t ia I treiatI%,' fro)
;l I I. K L i.i 1.,.1. :; I A r 'h st.. l, !iIith .. I'a.

I ,. ', .inl .Ii ,Ily pvu.pla.
M r,..\\ inm;, w s'>,, ',thiln Svrii tof(irt''hlhl rpx
t rt,; hitti t" It' lflliut,ro*'Il' m tn iin !na-

l.olMier .i it:ng rs decr asking ca(ii year
in iluantity
I ini iire I'i 's ie ('1r r n' frr ('Antnumpttin e-nv,.i
nilmy tlf tliref, y'r r ar .. -lMrn. TN1IMNAWI lB-
ai i Mi.aile ht., Norwich, N.Y.. Feb. 17,1'JOJ
i'ornier Archduke Ilenpold has iecoime a
private i thl e Swiis army.

DISFIGURING ULCER

People Looked at Her in AAmazement-
Pronounced lBe"rable.-rFae New Clear ;
ma sver-Thaks God For Cutleura.
Mrs P. Hackett, of 400 Van Buren St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I wish to give
thanks for the marvelous cure of my onoth-
er by Cutcura. She had a severe ulcer,
which physicians had pronounced incur-
able. It was a terrible distigurement, and
people would stand in amazement sad look
after her After there was no hope from
doctors nhe began using Cuticura Soap,
Ointment and Pills, and now, thank God
she as completely cured, and her face ut au
smooth and clear as eves."

The Smell of Cities.
Bome sensitive essayist should
take the smell of place as subject.
Paris for example. Is highly pervad.-
ed with the odor of burning charcoal,
and, coming from Paris to London,
one is newly anuailed by the appe-al
of soot. Cologne has a reputation,.
long undeserved. for smells other
than that of its famous "water." and
It has been said that In years of old
a blind man could find his way about
Cologne hli following his nose. M.,s.
row has an old perfume of its own.
It suggeists cranberries of leciuliar
pitingency. And It never lp;ivem thio
ineso (;arlic, of eiiurle. I tlhe tbash
sniell that greets t he stral'n.rler who
lands at (alals. liut the mosmt curl.
0u11% of the fmells of place in that oft
St. P|tet w nburg. Tbhe Iri'-setnt wri' .r
Ih'r often wonilere', what it wits, h:iv
Ing deter-ted It even Ibetween thfo


iheetse o(f hiif Id at thi most -exoritil
tarnt hottel. On his third vi :i; he, w ,as
driven't n a it reihkyv fr(oi tle sttitltoii
wAthl a fresh voting EI'ngi'lsi girl l wit
Stind never lieeot away from Kent lie.
fore "Now, dot o un nlil anyth ring""
lie askeaidl "Yes, i sill tihe' girl. "Old
boots" Th it Is I th i tnell of St.
Petersburg. CentenaiIan shoe leuatbl
er.--I,ondon Chronlcle.

Colors Birds DOa't Like.
Red will annoy a turkey coek as
much as a bull, but a sparrow will not
let it disturb Its mind. But if one
shakes a blue rag in front of a caged
sparrow's eyes he will go tfratle with
disgust. Sparrows and lianets, too,
will refuse food offered them on a
piece of blue paper, and dislike the ap-
pearance of any one wearing a blue
dress.' Medium light blue affcts
them most, but blue serge they
scarcely mind at all. Thrushes anc.
blackbirds object to yellow, but will
use red or blue dried grass left about
their haunts to bluld the outer layenr
of their nests. Yellow grasses they
will not use.-Chlc P Journal.


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RAWLINGS FOUND GUILTY

First Defeodant ia Carta murder Triab
Doomed to Gallows by Jury--No
Rccommncada iUon
The jury in the Milton Rawlhag
case at Valdotla. Ga., returned a vye
diet of guilty without recommend
tion.
Rawlings was brought from the ja
at 8 o'clock. Friday night, and Judg
Mitchell and the attorneys were sett
fled at the bame time. There was ,
crowd in the court room as the Jaly
marched In, but it was less than hat
of the throng present during the
Alone the boy stood to hear hi
doom. Slowly the members of the
jury filed into the court room.
Milton Rawlings eyed each am
closely as he went by. but there was
nothing of hope or fear he could re
"Gentlemen of the jury, have yoi'
reached a verdict?" asked Judge
Mitchell. The foreman arose. very
eye was strained upon him. Not A
soun(l apart from the labored breath.
ing was heard as the foreman so
awered: "We have, your honor."
The official paper was passed to the
solicitor, andl he read: *'We (the jury)
find Milton Rawl:ngs guilty."
The prisoner was leaning forward
In his liha:r. cool n I collected. He
liirl bei'ti awaiting h!s destiny. AA
hle words brought his doom home
to his heir:, he straighteneil in ae
chia'r lint no chii3ang came to the
stole ,l ex; ress.on upon his face. At*
tornue" ('ohper ('Aiise'd the jury to be
l Ii'd. E\ er% tn dleclarei tthe de-
'.ne'l hil \renll', .inl unrtlss the high.
1-r courts sevp In. .Mi'on Rawlings
lust die. S"eti'ein will not he pro,
nounced ntll i the' other cases are
l!inposed of.
An unu s'ally 'l'-f I an n \'rrmely
c'ear anIl plain ( +:rgeo by. JuI ge Mitch.'
e-11,. i'riied' d thue ret ept'ment of the
jury, that (hnrgve closlug the final sewe
shin of the' Milton Rawlings trial, a
nes.lon in which there' were extremely
Interesting. If not somewhat senfll
ttonal features.
I'he entire sess!on of the day W1
given up. apart from the jodgfet
charge,, to argument by AttornIM
Cooper, leading counsel for the
fendant. sad to the argument 6O
llcltor General Thomae for the Uvl*,


Chattaaoo Co e of Lw
Law Deprtms l eGrimt Vmwesl.fu-MBw
course.confen a ie ILL a.. LL W OO,
preparation for tioh. is the hbta of sa
of the Unite4 SM. Str euir
meters. Trm rM eaommable. F* law
center of city. "Stuidei m imy be selff
L.,iureopen SplHmbOerO. rFowfrmee
anJ itrlature drs Major C It. vaeas,
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'A 10ench Peasant,* Find.
Not long ago a French peasant
named Maurin, while pottering aiirii
between Mende and Chat eauneuft;aaatr
Randort. In tt- -Iro'#ai'. le, n r n,.,
Inarkablo archannloglreal d~seovr'ry.
14is pick, at one tIi~rtirijI-tr xtrok-a
sank into the ucoil with an easf' 'n-it
excited his susplcifnaa. ('ref'!uy' pr(.i
cooling I.'- 411K clown m111o t ill? 7.111-4
of a dwelling t hat am pee'Ill vth'r~a I
Itself an ve!ry Ua('e.i4at. Whr'n full,-
unc'overe'd It 1,)O1 if) ltobf. the riraaal ?arl
o'f a Roman villa onrie'altiurlouniy fua--
Tilshed. Tho wahll still hoar trav'i'a
lot rich ?reitrcoe.4 Anrd horhirad the'
cuckoo clink (ro h"i t nthahl- *etIho
peansrmt iaurln cat! aerroxiH the lit.
tle tin Ma vi rgmIt ~tank(Jf IIIa- late' In-
faint Cahaaa Luceitia Jr. It contain-
led a largo nima iewr of' valimbv h le ~no.

and such lI t-iafal Masairiacn (ffa*(il t
of thf) ad v#!nt care natuarally In the
hurnor of lit tic' .H-k tHorner,
Lwoar ,lha~,WhIal-ie' t a rod uct lvi
of anty morm tin saving;4 tiaraks. iancoy-
eiredmore fraigmentiq (if wallil, allstip.
parm:atly hP!,.ngIng itl an old Rornsa2
town.-- 11i'hlnb i'lpla ~~It t-cord.
An Honcp-t Counciflor.
"Wilatch tiata 'iill t Ihs' rwid tha' al
hone' t n'r rof tho MNoenai Iirldiica
Jiletrit(c~t Cmici i ilrjir'at Ist, o I'-
t1r. -tileota"MSorein i ;ial off(ital('ijto-
f~ro wit' lilt Ut e ara a irlila.pol 'i its-
wtiaa- l~oyor'i'n ('hruonae'la


Flo Of cit r'' 11no- tt '' Mai ri hi v it
tt're;iraL-!oa--ta 1hi? iii1,t awill a 110g
laot
Hill.- Im t h -rr, rwial1l ?
Ifi. VYom; it bt~inintaraItt it f,' i.I
& 1IK ;illrA~lis ollf fl O -1'r4va .111(rl It 1111114
is (ariv' who lknie,y-i ull abuat Oailt I ao ;aale'1
pleoliq rWIINlaa v I'ulla'I a'11 p~lana r.'' 4.


1 9 p % 14 Je f,rp t g ,I I 'l l I ua I s r # i , e a r l t i i .

1 firitI. .a ~ 'j p I :, 61 w11, It x '', .. fit 1- t ha l
b*loiI -itlga ippyts)tai rt.arihrg *ir.'aaaa&, tail
biti g PittIa, Im& trag ~t,.iy 4(urvoo,4, tv. Ior iag
g t Ip. j I r Iaisrg-. 1,t ...t : 1.. I,pLt 1-4 '01 a,
114 -o4 a. ', (HP,- I, ~ ro s. % 1,ro. 1 it If.L it i etI ro-''
is I .1 111141 I'.'writ Iiiighl ~ ~I,,&aI m 'I At
14:l u&is I' !4 4 i-I r .. jl.. l --ifisita

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IONEY TROUBLES

acreasing Among Womest But
Sufferers Mced Not Despair

liE BEST ADVICE IS FREE


Of1allthe. clleam-ot k nowta. with wlaleda
he foewalet erwaunism me a.atttlit', k illiavv
lASAs.Int is htll? eal ~ fut~ail. ~and ,tatft~tic'i
,how tiacst tila ls imseatIsm isonthe Iaat.ra'auo
Moog woluou.


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I unleaw nearly andl orree'tt resatment Iot
ipplletd the patient Iarldoin suitrvr'v'
hiea onlleo the dilt-ne'e' In funt,'tnild uponl
ore. Lydia K i'likhniiiM' V-get-titlac
lo4mpound In the t ai t 'tel,'ient trvnlt-
enat for kallty tro tlilem of ivomiunii.
ad Il the oinl nlillhicinu eilpeiatlly
iprepred for thi inirlpe.
When a wiliuan .l .ruaibled with'li piln
r welIht InI hiltii. liz'lkw'h.'. freqtiitllt.
sinful otr maldlnig uriinatln,. welliniin f
% lIlmit or feet. swellliig utenilr Slht'
re, an tIrasny. tirrtl feeling I lit the
lonof the klJne a nr neticesa irick--
ilt sedltment I the uiriin, hpe thiuild
wel no time In lcointuriieitg trealutenit I|
'Ith Lydia K '. Plitkhalie Ve'tnitil'
ompoiind. an it mI uy te t Ihein'aiiti of
xving her life
For rro)f., ri'ed whilt I.vdl IE: 1'inik-
aln's Veet.abloa'inopta|i'al ldidl for 1N rp..
!wyer.
"I cannot e|el. thei t'rrilll nltilttling I
l4 It enlur %. A 1alrlgiK1'iiit.t of tih' feriIilt
xsian devliplt Iierv ni I.prlirtlw n aici l
rHe kIdney troutile Thlue ,l.t.hwr u.tl.e,..t
for a year, butl I klept 4Kttiting w cue' until
n unable todo alt alythi il, iiled I naiil' iiI,
nthid I ioutki noti ll a 1 fltmilyv dIi.t
ty Lydia ?Nnkham'm Vl'e''taibleh t ill
Uas a laiMt r eie t, altil I lit l tilny It ','- 11
a. I iasainot pIramls lit ,a highly., till I
every tu rlltlitg wt'iaiDaan nlh1it aily cat,

Emmatsawyr, ('onayers, (is.
:Mr. Pinkhitm givea free i advice to
omen ; address ln ouofidene. Lynn,
-.


i BADLY MlXED).
'"Gentlemen of the jury." quetiltI
pe clerk of the court, "'have yoIt fully
roeed to dilsKron?"
"We have." answered the foreman
( tho hunch. "The lawyers hnve
gled th eca o up so that we don't
- pow any moro nhouin it than they
r ."-Cbica o ally News.


Al1DS NATURES WORK

.F'FECT OF ACETYLENE RAYS ONJ
CflOWTH CF PLANTS.

(~reow to Twlan Arteiat We114ight of Those
I JceXea'. in 1 u.,tll4a111t 41111Y EAteet
Vieleiary vlor fn r ~dSenc


C'.'1a- II i~ at'41)pro....' tt't rho le.u

a~~e af-'l i.4q lr~~r ojii tie" graa11t:
ojf TPIn itt,. and li tiakiaa 48,m* Jaai,'a'aonw' n
fouliwt rt (waorb5ei'~us ('oil, lei':ratim by a il

'Ia'll-ro-f aiits (of Ithae es~pvrI imo:titiare
nt Woi, kin :a. IataSia wti'ha a n I iay alaw
a'ita-Ilatitehytihe',- I-a1.a11t ~c-n~of
wr'oith i m.,Iitiae'a hy xnalj)Jmilalientag
''LIK'I. l t't (rN~a I Iuie" it ~a "Th'e Ilcbt

tt- i lol thle' plua atv would ot ativrimpte b
IIa dalrkno-olm.. Y'inInstancer, n ertni-
numbt,r rof i"ta' mu plaw las blehe(tedlto
atePt)-lemb light dimr~ng thp mrigt urew
to tivlre fUa4'.:actuuaI i v~gblt of A:h a meuu
number of ranhllita as vera duylaghLoafly.
fill other 'emmUjMo~a nlax b ('iu qiuti. and
r~aan an t aionu~aad niadpua~l IlY nian.
turre'e p'siu it-itlathfe hae-p of acelylelip
lIIght, vhal it' it boat itthelao 'rtil'd iIgbt
not s?%e via luain lvt'rf'ra apparent.
Aconatyloniai'Ix nlre'aaly t~ikkiag Itat llil-'
lift fnili1aa1111ua11a1.for towai'naa fa-oia a.1(eta.
fr i rdra tat, forli aita loghotmse's. ''Paur'bes,
itntiowholgn ft lad ua~rteal buial HI ga of All

foir nail y weatI.r pua-Jmmrm.
A mti*IIilrag canualImaportaunt t':mtira' of

WithaivlaV111-1 It (at111 Ill' itaitelP': i ~be
cititapat ri'aI with l il e-t -' renaat :11,ailiti a atl g.
ola-i ivo-al troira1-4IIM tica'. 'ia.'iaa'llaill-If' r
AIi-I il hul h 'gaiiN n g 'iae1-'iatai-1 14a1W-11' lY i-

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Mot ~ t litr Fh.r#iirva, I tiit- goodoI li vriul
whaa, oe'lsat Var ( ''rv a rat tho' tsitat
hieaawe' ra Teapa'li t4lft agod)rl4ilog
I o~r v, A ltI' at1fith-lo) ad la P11)whalebI
ILO. Y,';itrai A to ae'll. 1I' ai dlj I'r~nca~
puoillftle' c'ampaialgun. Utia' morning fie
gi~rttaa-railI at gtajapup aij Irn thk armi a-tndr~
wa'nit to tla. 1ta'itaiaof tth iue'niomr'ri-tIC

"'lv~agsa. ratittr, %t'in't. ywtl2 ila)' try
pup" wke'l Liii' taa.
''I don'ia''' t wt t1im) tImp,' raplivI the'


th hb loy. "It Is a rI' ga ir lI aizail t ii
Will ."


"(let out oft herr vatu I ti It Ioimp'"
growi1v#il tht' I ,mtiocrnt "fHow ,I'tro
)'you In i t I i. by caillirg Itih ,' i ; It

'Tlih' >h y tlal atil lon v will I.1., ip.
TItit dlay the l),'niocrntIr It' anlildatr
fmit his It piihllvaiin loppoiiIent,:l HIl ttl l
him of tth, lisialt. T'hl, rinet imorntirnug,
bright and early, th, tbov with hflq
pup alppearei( (il t i. 't.ii:IIi of it ., lI -
Imbliran a t'ailtdil|( li
1'lc tp', nlliar \ i,'t t ,i i; rny
pill"'' ha (- ka 'li
"W hat kill if J a pii l; nt ki l
th I' r t 4li -llliIta'.
"OIh. Itt at ll lii ll' ,ip." .ll, t he laiv,
lith hilt ai -< Ila itlin upia "\W hy.,
litllat It ts it ii,'nialiir IL, ll iihll (tilll
pill| '


t'l ui atll l pi lllli. a II '"-


di 1i1i 1Iill g l hatl t st.,is t Ia ,ina r;ttl r
pulp.'*
"I ltn wl It," reti irnll the lioy. "bti
)y'mi noi tha pIp hiina Kg It It. oi'ON (p II
lllace th'en, "--Katitss City .)i'irnal.


Wit boll our watsl r ''1 llltil I,
Th n I boll It inai'v ligallal,
WV, aamidoltap flulits alld t iy In nights.
AvoMdling holi up tj iiai
Thiv towii waolld ht hei tai althful pliCf
,'itr people to i -tllli
If we could hi'brk thei auto of
'I'hL trick uf iitilclilde
-Chlicago News.

Canton t It rl arhasrF of Winchat ter (1"n i
%% I liiil \\ imchetter Hrepl'lat ti Itle I
naAl h* iieotgnia n rr etwirg e etiei lby crit ttll i
.I illt' l lu 14. 1h t l0it'mrrsies 'If a t-re, t it '
I.i i s. ,ilI l ll)tt ao guc lh ine i v' ht'tn
l'. .I rn Iravig tlnhe ft'tct y, inc!iul-
ing t ,lie her iging mtidl obtiter', iln ofl tihe
li, t i v r t il limainlber
N\it rlaln\ ing t) halt O:ii their r ta'nt
i i.l. .>n a hatti e 'h'erit tatliJt'ra'l with, we
I I1 h i lr ii.. ll' it s it ,f a.ilv iN iiK 'thi
a il,, ,11n a' rli al tlhn' wi' .'.lllt. 'vr ii rp-
l ,ii.i \ ate' l 'ir c'.l T:ri'i.t1 lath Ia lny
oi t I ,ai it1 ;116i atlitini n l b1 i\la ers toI l' i
ithit thl aa iiia hl"be .m li'a t e 'ei e lwuiigt'd
ll ,'IIIIIIIP W'nich ,etrl l! |'lp nliting tIfels
idil Sh,,itp ii 'are numlbTertil it .ill \W in.
Ih .a '' Slila 'r S ot H-i t l llll txH it'ir ereil.
a i.l.t t 1ha M .1t0l I lta*'. 11i -'. I.'al, land
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AI1 1111 'tI TIt \N.it fit- l%
Cllli l uit'lr i it a fataliah lillil WPi'l

"Y li not ni frI tl1 ti f th fa n
liIv" i: hl 'I t -, ilia'1 "\hat:l rta yiyl)
ilaltig -'i i ,
"I cntit'. lil I ilh. "to ws e howl
thf, othur half lives L.f


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Let Common Sense Decide

Do you Lonestly believe, that coffee sold loose (in bulk), expostd
to dust, genius and inmecta, passing
through itany lihads (some of
them not over-elean), "blended,*
you don't know ow vor by whom,
SWin fit for your uoe T Of course you
don't.L But

LION COFFEE
tS notQer story. The green
berries, selected by keen
Judges at the plantlaton, are
s illully rast at i-at our te-
tories, where precautlom you
would not dream of are takes
to secure perfect cleanultuse,
Sflavor,strengtb and unfMonmaty.
'r-nn the time the coffee leaves
Mthe fatory no hand touwhees it-il
it is opened in your kitchen.
This bU moe aU@o c@MV s1 mLAerW of ALU rL a < coIM
Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily.
There is no stronger proof of merit than continued and inesoa-
ing popularity. "Quality survives all opposition."
(Bold only In 1 lb. pektkag,. Li,,n-bead on ev-ry package.)
i Yve ypur Lion-hewl for vatlualie pirewuuus.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
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To treat Pimples and Blackheads,
Red, Rough, Oily Complexions,
gently smear the face with Cuti-
cura Ointment, the great Skin
Cure, but do not rub. Wash off
the Ointment in fiv. minutes with
Cuticura Soap and hot water, and
bathe freely for some minutes.
Repeat morning and evening. At
other times use Cuticura Soap for
bathing the face as often as agree-
able. No other Skin Soap so pure,
so sweet, so speedily effective.
Cutlrurst PFap rnrrhinrnt dlltate moin,-rlnal and emrli.
llerrt prp irll.e d,-.rlved f 'in (I llieira. t*'. gr a '. kinr
(tiro, v lth thi puriat ('f elvtleioi Ig'ir l' i4 an ii tile
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LAZY LIVER
"rF And Casearirt so tgd that I wnald not be
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torpid liver and heawalio. Nnw si,'', taking
'stearets t'andy (athartl' I fteel very nmii.h better
I Ihall rertasinly reooirnMilld them to Ry friend
as the hbt medllrine I hnvB ever se,n."
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luarantaii ed to curi or y'ir l' li' )y bn'..
Sterling Re-nedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Sot
ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES

MALSBY & Co.

41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.


Portable and Stationary

Engines, Boilers,

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AND ALL KINSS OF MACHINERY
Cvmpltfe lihe Carrued in s ok for
IMMEDIA TE DELl VERI Y.
Bnat Machilery. Lowest 'ric*ce and Best Terns
Write us for catalogue, prices,
etc.. before buying.


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troubiM With ill. pwaliau t '1.'
their 0012sodUS" IA 1dou1Che S mairilsu
cessatul. fboroaghly cletamme, bills &is*&" grm
stops discharges, boals in.Samahtion as""ee
soreasim, curse lfttorrbicM ad Aaaa t catan.
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wjrevr, and is far nmov e ianitaw. healing, aumuhakmW
.,:nd ucwuoicai than liquid saamimpiks for all-
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL IJM
For mid at druggists, 80 cent&&a bo
Trial Box sod Bask aofIats'uctieesProm.
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.

LOCAL AND PERSONAL.

,*Jelly glasses 30c dozen at Evans'.
Mr. Cheever j. Shine of Pensacola,
is visiting his parents in the city.
A fine little girl has come to brighten
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. ells.
Mrs. V. F. Balkeom and child have
Sone on a visit to relatives in Macon,
Ga. *I
Mrs. S. B. Rogers and children, of
Gainesville, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Walden.
Mrs. Arvah Hopkins and children are
visiting Mr. Tom Barnes, her brother,
in Jackson, Miss.
i Hon. H. L. Covington, a prominent
Pensacolian, was in the capital last
Saturday.
Hon. John E. Stillman, collector of
customs at Pensacola, was a visitor to
the capital this week.
Mr. M. C. Allen of Carrabelle, was
in the city on business Wednesday and
made us a pleasant visit.
Mrs. W. I. Vason left yesterday for
a visit to her two daughters, one in
Ohio and the other in New York.
Loafers, loafers, everywhere, and [t
is suspected] with plenty of "booze" to
drink--but the officers can't find it.
Mrs. Alex Jacobs, who has been vis-
iting relatives at the Bloxham, return-
ed to her Jacksonville home on Sunday.
Miss Clifton Byrd and Miss Fannie
Coles are enjoping the charming hospi-
tality of relatives and friends at Monti-
cello.
Mrs. Dr. R. A. Shine gave a delight-
ful evening party in honor of Mrs. J.
C. R. Foster and Mrs. E. L. Whitney,
two charming brides.
Mr. George W. Saxon, president of
the Capital City Bank, and Miss Bessie,
left for North Carolira on a summee
outing on Wednesday.
Health Officer Hamlin has officially
notified all residents of the city to
"clean up" their premises, threatening
the pena ties of the law for those who
neglect the warning.
*" The True Democrat's new office
building achieved the distinction of a
fine flag-staff on Tuesday, and "Old
Glory" was unfolded to the breeze.
The True Democrat received this
week a visit from Mr. W. H. Clark, a
former resident, now engaged, as then,
in railroad work elsewhere in the State.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Carraway have
gone for a season at Panacea Springs,
expecting to occupy their handsome
new residence on the Whitfield lot, soon
after their return.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. M. Dozier of
Jacksonville, who have been visiting
Mrs. Dozier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
H. Randolph, left for a visit to New
York early in the week.
Among last Friday's and Saturday's
visitors to the city were Lamar Spark-
man, of Tampa, a son of Congressman
Sparkman, and Messrs. Hampton and
Haile, attorneys, of Gainesville,
Mr. A. H. Ginsberg, the clothier, has
gone to New York, accompanied by Mrs.
Ginsberg, for an outing, and on busi-
ness. He will select his fall and winter
stock while visiting the northern mark-
ets.
Mr. C. W. Robertson, a former resi-
dent of Tallahassee, has returned to en-
gage in his business of house, sign and
ornamental printing, decorating, etc.
Our citizens should employ him, for he
is an expert workman.
The friends of lion. Wm. N. Sheats
are congratulating him upon his ap-
pointment as principal of the Gaines-
ville graded and high school. The old
proverb that "a prophet is not without
honor save in his own country," does
not always hold good.
The school board has assigned the
following teachers to the Chaires High
School: H. P. Woodward, principal;
Miss Annehelle Abney, assistant. Also,
\ to Woodville Graded School: Walter
R. ("ay, principal; Miss LI. E. Maxwel',
avistant.
Friends in large numbers of Mr.
Edgar Bowen are congratulating him
and his family upon his brilliant exami-
nation before the State Board of Phar-
tnacy. where he made a record of qt
per cent., the highest in a class of 21
applicants for diplomas.
Mr W H. Chancey, "Uncle Bill,"
* who has been an industrious and faith-
ful worker at the printing trade in Tal-
lthassee almost from the time when
the ark landed, has broken his record
and gone off on a lark to visit his son
and grandchildren in Montgomery, Ala.
A happy season and a safe return to
him.


Orders for copies of last week's issue
continued to come in long after the en-
tire edition was exhausted, although we
arinted a large number of extra copies.
This week we reproduce the petition pre-
sented to the Board of Pardons in the
Taylor caso, and will provide extra
j copies for those who wish to preserve
that well-written and now historical
document.


We have added a large list of names
to our subscription list during the last
two weeks and they are coming in
daily. At the increased rate we will
soon have the largest list ever carried
by a newspaper published at Tallahas-
ee. The public appreciates a clean
newspaperr, and the enconurat*nt we
are receiving in our efforts is highly
appreciated and gives us courage to
press on in the effort to accomplish
good for the people.


Lem Academy.
The addition of two more grades, and
the erection of another room or two,
enlarging the available space, with
other contemplated improvemts, will
make Leon Academy and High School
equal to any in the State. Superinten-
dent Eppea takes the greatest interest
in the welfare of the institution, and
promises that no effort will be spared
to make it all that it should be.
The loss of Prof. H. W. Demilly and
Miss Margaret Cotton to the faculty
will be seriously felt by those who have
so long relied upon their efforts in be-
half of the youth of the city, but it is
hoped that the new teachers from
abroad who have taken their places
may win their way to the affections of
pupils, parents and guardians.
The Ice Supply.
Several housekeepers have wondered
recently why their daily supply of ice
disappeared so quickly. On Monday we
interviewed General Manager Lewis M.
Lively on the subject, and are now
chuck full of information concerning it
Mr. Lively kindly explained that the
demand for ice had for some time over-
run the capacity of the plant, and in
consequence it frequently happened
that the blocks of ice were removed
from the tanks before they had remain-
ed long enough to become frozen hard
and solid. I he result was a poor qual-
ity of ice, which, being porous, quickly
melted.
un Tuesdayy the new addition to the
plant, doubling its capacity, was put in
service, and the prospect is that the
previous defects in tne quality of the
product will now entirely disappear.
It is the intention of the management
to afford the very best material and
service possible, and complaints will
always receive prompt attention.
A Grim Tr4agedy
is daily enacted in thousands of homes,
as death claims in each one, another
victim of Consumption or Pneumonia.
But wben Coughs and Colds are prop-
erly treated, tne tragedy is averted.
F. G. Huntley, of Oaklandon, Ind.,
writes: "My wife had consumption,
and three doctors gave her up. Finally
she took Dr. King s New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which
,cured her, and today she is well and
strong." It kills the germs of all dis-
eases. One dose relieves. Guaranteed
at 50) and $1.00 by all druggists. Trial
bottle free.

Church Notices.


First Baptist Church, Clinton street,
near Adams, Frank W. Cramer, pastor.
Preaching service each Lord's Day at
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Bible School at
10 a. m. Junior Baptist Union at 3 p.
m. Senior B, Y. P U. at 4:30 p, m.
Services for Lord's Day, July 30, will
be as follows: Morning subject, "Fam-
ily Religion in the Light of the Church
Covenant." The evening subject will
be "The Tongue." Junior Union sub-
ect, "A Bible Study;" leader, Miss
Eula Cates. Senior B. Y. P. U. sub-
ject, "The Purpose of Power." A cor-
dial invitation is extended to every per-
son to come and worship with us.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, Rev. J.
W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday School at
;1:30 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior
Epworth League 4 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League 3 p. m. Evening Ser-
mon at 7:30 p. m. Public cordially in-
vited Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
St. John's Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W. H
Carter, Rector, Services: Sundays
and Holy Days, Holy Communion 7
o'clock a. m. Sunday. 11 o'cock a. in.
and 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, 8 o'clock
p. m. St. Michaei's (colored). Ser-
vices: Sundays, 4 o'clock p. m. Fri-
days, 4:30 o'clock p. m.
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th street
New York, at one time had her beauty
srwoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
"I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years,
but nothing would cure it, until I used
Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A quick and
sure healer for cuts, burns and sores
25c at all druggists.
Sickening, Shivering Fits
(of Ague and Malaria, can be relieved
and cured with Electric Bitters. This
is a pure tonic medicine of special bene-
fit in Malaria, for it exerts a curative
influence on the disease, driving it en-
tirely out of the system. It is much to
be preferred to Quinine, having none of
this drug's bad after-effects. E. S.
Munday, of Henrietta, Tex writes:
"My brother was very low with mala-
rial fever and jaundice, till he took
Electric Bitters, which saved his life.
At all druggists. Price 50c. Guaran-
teed
At a Bargain.


For sale several good large young
mules. Apply to
GEO. H AVERETT.
Found.
Pair gold spectacles. Owner can
get name by paying for this notice and'
small reward t(o
o0 2w Rufus Willis.
6*-- - -- -
FoR SALE.
One 6 H.P. Engine, one 8 H. P.
Boiler, mounted; all in good order; also
one Duplex 3 Cylinder Steam Pump.
Apply to J. W. BUSHNELL.
18-m Tallahassee, Fla.
Greatly Ia D-ema-4.
Nothing is more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require-
ments for a blood and system cleaser,
such as Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They are just what you need to cure
stomach and liver troubles. Try them.
At all druggists. 25c. Guaranteed.


ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
NotleaisnIIe b riVetoall efditan of tlU-.
ta ao.f L O1aa. de --, and to all perss
havin claim asiet Ia or his estate, to pe.
Mat 0Bam 11eod0 u0 to law within two y frzf
thin date,the 4th day of December 1. other-
wie alil sumh laimmsad desaMnd shall be mMd.
JOHN 0. COLIN8.
Admr. State of R. L. Collis.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
Notice is herrvbyE teUll creditors of the .-
tate of Mnr. ia r M. Cu.a t deesed. and to all
persMM having c ilminm aaiMt he or her- stoe.
to p ma t same amord to law within two years
from this date, the later of May. 1906 other-
wise all such claim and demands shall be bawred.
W. M. GIRARDEAU.
Admr. Estat of Emily M. Collin.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Creditors leatees. distributes and all person
having claims or demands against the stato of
Nancy 8. T. Brdfoa. late of I eon County. de-
cesd,. arm hereby notified and called upon to pre.-
*ont them to the executor of said state within
two years after the Airst publication of this notice.
otherwise the same sall forever afterward be
barred.


JOHN R. BRADFORD.
Executor.


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Legal Notice.
N OTICE I8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT. SIX
months aftor date, the undersigned will file
their accounts as Executor and Executria of the
estate of Martha E. Fleming. late of Leon county.
Florida. decaed., and apply to the Honorable
County Judge of said county for their discharge
as such executor and executrix.
E. A. CRAWFORD. Executor.
L F. CANTEY, Executrix.
of the Estate of Martha E. Fleming,. Dec'd.
Dated this 21st day of July, 1906. lammn
In the County Judge's Court of County
of Leon, State of Florida. *
In the Matter of the Estato of Robert I. Collins.
deceased.-Notice of Sala
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT PUR-
suant to the statutes of the State in such ca-
sea made and provided, I will expose to sale at
publicsa.e on Monday. the 7th day of August.
1906, between the hours of 11 o'clock in the fore.
noun and 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at
the store h,,us i. corner Clinton and Adams streets.
in the City of Taltahaese. county of Leon. State
of Florida, all the Stock of Druira. medicines
wares and fixtures, property of the late Robert L
Collins. deceased.
JOHN G. COLLINS,
Administrator of the Estate of Robert L. Collins.
deceased, this 30th day of June. A. 1). 1905.
NOTICE of Applicatiou for Tax Deed under Sec.
tion 8 of Chapter 4ts8. Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. I. Farrior. pur-
chaser of tax certificate No. fi, dated 5th July,
A. D. 1903. has filed said certifleate in my office.
and has made application for tax deed to ir',.e in
accordance with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described land situated in Leon
county Florida. towit: The southeast qu uter of
northeast quarter of northwest quarter cf r rth-
west quarter of seCtion 1. townsh ip 2 north, rare 2
east, 2.j acres. The said land Iting assessed at
the late of the issuance of such ce rtficat, in the
name of A. W. Gramling. Unleh.s sad cr rtiflcate
shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will
issue theieon on the 7thday of August. A. I). 19o5.
Witness my official signatureand seal this the
6th day of July, A. D. 1905.
(SAL..) HENRY T. FELKEI.,
('lrk Circuit Court. Lon i County, Florida.
NOTICE of Aujlicat o for Tax Deed under Se. -
tion M of Chaiter 4hm. l.aws o Flor.da.
T'o BURTON AUSTIN AND ALL, OlHER.
T concerned:
Notice is hereby iriven that Jonah Britt, pfur-
chaser of tax certificate No. lo. dated the 6th day
of July. A. D. 1903, has tiled said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax deed to
issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the fullowingi described land situated in
Leon county, Florida. to-wit: Lot No. 15 of blIock
No. 8 an per plat recorded in deed book II. H..
page 592 in the northeast quarters f northeast
quarter of section 35 in township one northeof
range one west. The said land bengi am.'es.md
at the date of the issuance of such certicate in the
name of Burton Austin. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed according to law. tax deel will
issue thereon on the 21st day of August, A. 1'.
1905.
Witness my official signaturee and seal this the
LOth day of July, A. ID. 149M6.
(SEA I, ) HENRY T. FEIKEI.,
Clerk Circuit Court Ieon County., Flor d.
NOTICE of Aiptlication for Tax Deed C'nle.r
Section M, of Chart 'r 4 M,. laws of Florida.
TO MAGGI;E J. CROSS. AND AIL (OTHEI S
concerned:
Notice in hereby driven that C. R. Gwynn. pur-
chaser (of Tax Certihicate No. 29. dated July fth.
A. ). I ha filed sail certificate in my otfir.
and has male application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law. Said certificate e ri-
braces there following deMeribed land situatel in
li,n county. Florilu. to-wit: I.4ts Now. I. :1 aid
5, of b!ock 11, in Villa Mitchell. in Sections Ii n I 2.
in township 1 mouth. range 1 west. a n er plat
liled in the office of thei clerk of the c rcuit court,
cointaininar three-quarter (44) of an acre, mn'e or
less. Tle said land lwing assessed at th d.te of
the issuance Margie J. Cnto. frilent said certificate s'all be
redeemed accolrdiny t, !aw. tax deed will isue
thereon on the 15th dsay of August. A. I). 19(g6.
Witness my of ical as nature and seal thin the
14th day of July. A. ). 1906.
[iKAI.] HENRY T. FEIKEI,.
Clerk Circuit Clourt IAeon County,. Forila.


NOTICE of Appliation for Tax I)ed under Sec-
tion M of Chapter 4w.. Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Ellen E. Ha1"sett.
purchaser of Tax Certiflrate No. 32. datdl July fi.
A. I). 190. has flRM said certificate in my office.
and has made application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certificate embraced
the flowing dterilh'd land wituated in l.A'n
county, Florida. to-wit. I acre of land be'uinnlrin
16 7u-100 chains mat of the northwest corner o(f
the southeast quarter of section two,. townhil,
mone outh. rans e one west. and running wouth :
16-1(o chains. thence 2 1.1-1o00 chains to the went
bank of the Ht. Marks Railroad. thence northwest
with the bank cif the said road to the dividing linr'
between the north half and w uth half of said Po-
tion 2. thence West with iold line to the place of
beginning, except the right of way of the Talla-
hamee uSouthastern Railwayw, one half acre.
The *aid land iving aLwwmed at the date of the
i.suanne of much certificate in the name of .IhyI
add Paul Twine. Unless akid certificate shall bI
reieclried according to law. tax dead will iusue
thereon on the 7th lay of August. A. D. 1t0r.
Witness my official signature and eal this the
nth day of July,. A. I). 1 01.
Clerk Circuit (Court Leon County, rFlorida.

Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the 24th dlay of August. A. D. 191)6. at 10
ko'cck a. r.. or ans wan thereaftersI can be heard.
the undersigned alminintrator of the estate of
Emily M. Collins. deceaM.d, late of Leon county.
I'orida. will apply by petition tothe Hon. John W.
Malone. judre of the circuit court of the Second
judicial circuit of Florida. at Quincry, Florida. for
authority to sell the f of which the said Emily M. Collies deceased. seed
and pnsseemed, to-wit. The northwest quarter of
the northwest quarter of section sixteen it.),
township mouth of range emst situated, lying
and being in Hillsborou gh ou.nt, Florida. Alsi
lots numbered moo and two of blek six In the sub-
division known as "Villa Mitcbell" in sections one
and two. township one (II mouth of ranre one (1)
west. situated In Lwu county Plrida. Also the
South half (8) (of the mSt ha (9%) of Tallahm-
= city It numbered 91 old 4, together with
the dwling and inprovementst oren, situated
in Leon county, rFlorda. MI U ae being for the
purpose adt paying the deb ofld ,.tate the
pVr p wretyhav beenexhaus
Administrator at the Estato c EUmiy M. Col.
Ulin. deeessdl.
Julr 1M. IM..


B. J. BOND,


Phydcia anad
SUF3S-a5 OS 06CCoo


Dimees- of the Eye. Ear ed No a Speclelty.


Office lI e* d @apItal lty BaSk
aBlIidli.


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J. D. CAY,


Wood Yard
Near Sebewhd *e iPm 113.
The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Promt delivery, and sat-
J.W. DOLLAR.
FOR SALI*
To close out soon; the drug store and
fixtures of R. L. Collins, drug store in
Masonic building will be sold at a great
bargain. J. G. COLuNs,
Administrator.


Of a Truss


Lies in the Comfort it As-

sures. I have a Large Line

of the Best and Most Com-

fortable Makes.

D. R. eOX, Druggist.
Telephone No. 17.


LOOKING OVER
the stock in ourstables will be a pleas-
ure foil the horseman. The showing of
good acclimated
HORSES
of every description is an interesting
one.
Those in need of business horses or
drivers should see these animals.
There's a grand lot to select from.
Prices are right.


Feed and Sales Stable,
140 South Adams


Street.


STYL SIRRLATIVK


sits serene atop the rigs we have for
hire. They're easy running, of course;
the horses that draw th,.m 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
words.
CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
C. T. HANC )CK, Prop.
Phon s 79 and 39.


10 TO I


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


THE GRIFFIN BROS. CO.
Who are They ? What Is Their Business ?
NURSERY MEN
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-
sponsible. Prices are right and I ve my guarantee too.
Budded Pecans, Pears, Peach, Plums, Figs and all other
kinds of trees, Ornamentals Roses, etc.
Remember that no other Nursery makes such a liberal
proposition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
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THE TRU D MOCRAT. "University, 18M8; A. M. Ibid., 189; Hon Goo. P. Raney, Jr., and wife, r.
principal igh school Anjer'on, Ala., of Tamps, are visiting the home of his
Q COLLINS, Pabser. 9- 1901; student Chicago University, father, Judge Raney. i ida & Alabama
1901-190W; professor mathematics, Dr. Henry E. Palmer attended a MWlay i .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Florida State College, 190-1906. meeting of te Stat Medical Examin-
Jerome McNeill, B. Ph D., Pro. Ing Board at Jacksonville this week. (C., T. G. R. R. CO.)
fessor of Biology and Chemistry-tu. -
FLORIDA PF MALE dent at Antioch College, 1876-1 ; B. Mrs. John G. Ward, of Pensacola, Schule effetve 7.00 P. M.. Mayt 6. 19.
., Indiana niv it, 1886;curator of after a pleasant visit to her son and i ancy Goods
COLLEGE FACULTY entmoloy t the Davenport Academy family, returned home on Thursday. soi y So.uSa
of Natural Science and principal of the Mr. Eugene Duval, of Duval Bros., unday Sats
.----- Moline, Ill., high school, 1886-1890; ro- of this city left Thursday morning for Dainty Collars, No.1 No. N oi
Data CoacerAJ Those lasructrs lfessor of biolo and geology of he northern and atern markets, to lay in vAth .....L 7. ........
University of Aransas and orticul. a fall and winter supply of goods. I Handkerchiefs, Laces LSe ..... ....... ..
Wvavetee. University p A. ........ .
Who lave S*a Chosen. tourist of the Arkansas Agricultural Mr. Walter A. Wight, of Wight & LvAr nm .. i. .
Experiment Station, D90-1892; profes- Burns, has gone with his brother, Mr and Embroideries Lv ainbrisd.. ii.oB. .00m i .
sor of bioogy at the Uni.': -sity of Ar- George Wht, for a visit to relatives Arllahs.ei...s.lu Se
For the benefit of all those who may, kansas, 18901899; field ent of the at Cairo, Ga. (v II. .fll.. pm .a
orshould, patronize the new Female United States Department of Aricul Deputy Poppell arrested Charles ArJacsonl.. 7.pml0.80 la ........
College, we give the following interest-turpecialstuent at the united Reese, colored, charged with trpa Gloe, Corsets, Siery Lv... p.0.m
States National Museum,184M;graduaw ing and vagrancy. Ie wa given to Lv opchoppy.. 3.14pml0.00m 9.bam i9.t4m
in and valuable nformatin concern- student n pursuance of work for the dayon the hinang. Lv Carabell 4.rk .4p 10.15am 106o.pm
ing the respective members of the Ph. D. at Leland Stanford, Jr Univer- -y h .v tAr Apalachcola. 0opm ................pm
Faculty who have been engaged up to sit 1899-1900; professor of biology Deputy eri JB.n Hopkins went The Neeest Materias for ^-pa o .00 .........
thi time The information first ap- c t at Palmer University, d out on the Ba nbrdge ro T Iuesd North Bound.
iime e Information rst ap- cW&n9a-Ph Tecature North h Palmer Univerit W coor Fan Work nday tday
peared in the Times-Union and may be 1905; proiesser o biol and chems charge witn stealing a horse Wright suncy Wat ay
regarded as authentic: try at the Florida State College, 1904. wa und over to the circuit court No. No. No. 4
A. A. Murphree, A. M., president 1906. M's. Wm. M. Girardeau, MissEmma MISS ADELE GERARD LvCa rbee 11.9 200pim 6.00m 4.3pm
Student of Walnut Grove, Ala.. I2-1 Miss Mary W. Apthorp, A. D., assist. Girirdeau Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eaton Lv Lanark 1145am 2.2Upm 8.45pm 4.46a.
1886; principal public school Blounts- tant English language and literature, and Mr. C. G. McCall, of Monticello, 149 N. Monroe St LvSopchoppy 12.16pm 3.14pm 7.2ipm 5.16am
ville, Ala., 14HW6-IH ; Peabtly Colle e and librarian, made a congenial party who passed Ar Tallhase. .30pm 5.00pm R.34m .20mn
for Teachers, 1888-1891; L. I. ibid, The school of music will be in charge trIrough here on their way to Lanark TALL MASSE, - LORIDA. Lv ackR. nv ll
1891; superintendent city shool, Cull- of Mins Madeline Keipp, director and on Thur day. ArTa.!'li s 0a m .100op
man, Ala., 1891-1893; University of instructor in piano, history and coun- Mr. Chan. 1. Dickinson, we are reli- Lv Tallahasee 3.2m s6..-irn c.46in 6.36anm
Nashville 1893-1894; A. B. ibid., 1894; terpoint-Student of mus cal conserva- ably informed is not spending the surn- Lvai. ridge o .25pm 8.27am 10.2pm 8.27am
A. M. ibid, 195; principal city high torineof Germany for twelve years; mer in Virginia, but isin LiveOak, ar- Amendment of Charter, Increase of Ar-r-rt .n 7pmo .1 m 0.16am ."am
school, Cleburn, Iex.. 18.4-1S95; pro- director of department of music of the ranging to build a large barrel and Stock, etc. L utvrt acOl4. am ....
fessor Greek and mathematics, Went Lucy Cobb Institute, Athens, Ga. Mi.s stave factory In connection with a ha herebgive that a meetn of the Ar Atla am 7.Mn 7.tam
Florida Seminary, 189-1897; president (retchen Buchholz, educator In voice, wood mill he and associates have been t, dr of uthern Telehoren Cn ice-Tr No.ndwidepartrom and
West Florida Seminary, 197-19(0; theory and harmony. o rating. i, U titon C,41n ay, a corportion under tie laws arrive at foot oSstretBainbridge
president Florida Stat lle In the several departments the fol- News wM received he on W .. t eld the office o e com Tikets fortran 5, leaving Balnbridge Sundays
1906; member ofthe American Academy owin intructo are yet to beup- day of a deplorable occurred which August, U, at 12 o ,. for the pur of lahan Grocery C am an
of Political Science and SHiology, 190; lied: Teacher of physical culture, ok place at Milton on Tuesda Mr. actn upn the following proposed amendments Train No. 6 will stop minutes at Lanark for
.;ot l M PolitIilcal Science ,onTuesdy. rs charter saidom any, to wit: breakfast
chairman of the Cecil Rhode, scholur- acher of domestic art and domestic Ier, ..est Amos, wife of StateAuitr t ..hat Arti'er. of said charterhall b e amended akf. M.
i U U oF am u r esollrrlc(/ nlhih ll iurd ... f o L gE."A t n
hip for Florida, 1903. science, teacher of manual training, Amos, was alarmed inthe night father 'o hab ended M. Ler. E. O. Alstnn,
W. Buchholz, A, M, dean of the teacher of violin, teacher of education, mother's home where she wa visitin ARTICLE Generl M er General P nger Aent
Normal School for Teachern and Prot and teacr of paintiher ofneralnatureoftheusines..mtul beconduct nbd.G C.Snipes
Narnd believing that a burglar had enter- ('41 by a4t1 corn aiy sha'l be to construct, acquire, Traveling Passenger Agent.
fessor of Philosophy and lEucation Mr. Fred W. Kettle, of St. Augu- ed the house, fired a ptol, seriously m an.,,y eras. teleohoneetructh a anduir Traveling P er Aent
(Graduate normal school i'r. Fritlland, Ta^h^e,.^ Fl ar:.m
Graduate normal cool Pr. Friedland, tine, for many years an honored and but not fatally wounding her mother, o aImna, chiangerhue s .tnd plaits. r lTahaseph, Fel.
Germany, 1879; instructor in German valued member of the staffof the Jack- wh d n .... i ..,.'i '" in and iantain thecountiof i..,n, Waku!-
ymnasia, 1879-1879 ; teacher in Hills- sOnville Times-Union, has been chosen htn dth e acaue wa v nklin.' efrn. Garden. Jacknsn. Madison- aFA f
ro County, Florida, 1882-1887; uuper- as secretary to the president and itud- g g . truct, acquire, maintain ando.erte electric
intendent Hillaboro County, Florida, itvr of the College. He is now about Death of Mr. Caraway. plant. for I;ght. power and other useful purposes;
1887-1901; professor philosophy and to start on an extended tour through and to deal ir electric supplies and manufacture
pedagogy and principal of the depart- the State for the express purpose of This community was shocked on Wed- the same; and to purchase. ue, lease, sell, mort.
pedagogy and ..nc....l of the depart. the StatefortheexpresspfIe,phie or othewe dile of realand
ment for teachers Florida State (Col. presenting to the penole the advant- nesday by the news of the sudden death rna propr ty orrow y for a n
lege, 1901-190)r; instructor in Peab ag esand plans of the Colle, arid in at Panacea Springs, Tuesday after- &lAoftheabove purrie. driving itsbunds, noes .ed nd
Hummer Rchool, in Florida. li-~)o thiF pleasing duty he will e accom- noon, of Mr. F W. Carraway, who had ratherer eviderce ,f ir,detone.s therefore; an
Summer School in Florida, 89hae tais pleasngeaid joy all the rights, privilig a
principal in Univerrity Summer School, panied by President Murphree as far as Jut.gonethereronrthe previous Satur- ,,e ar e proper for arryng any
Gainesville Fla., 190, his duties at the College will prrmit. d y with his family for a season of re- naid business. r Stables
John C. 'alhoun, M. A., H. S., C. E. A new catalog will lbe isnud imne- cooperation. The cause was heart fail- The telephone xchanrelinesand plantto be in l
Professor of (erman and Romanic liately and the entire establishrimnt ur, and the deceased had been in bad an r.f the pias he einafter mentor i through
Languagea- M. A. Wahington and Lee will be in complete order for the open- health for some time. His age was 39 erir or i w, or any intermedeat. place, and tele- 1 Tears funihed at any
Univerity; II S ibid- C. E ibid ing day, which will occur early in the years, and his sorrwing wife, the' phor toll stations to beat any of said places here-
University of Heidelbrg and Parin, autumn daughter of Mr. John P. Ioberts, and n tm r y.ntco.tructe qui me, night dayat rea n-
1876-1877; professor of Greek and Latin TE No S the other bereaved relatives have the r.ntaned and operated by this coporaton hall B
d1876-1877; rofegor of Greek and latin TIlE NORMAL HOOL.sincere sympathy of the people of Tal- end frwmn thecity of Tal ahasse. isn Leon county, a e prices. est an new-
and Instructor in Spanish, 177-1897. In pursuance of the wise conclusion laha n their trouble ve f rda. to the town of Mont.ctilo, in Jeffersn
University of Berlin, usanne an of the educational boas to estabih ssee eefuneralounty. Florida. through the villages of Chaires. estigs in the city.
rs i nnesn ofN the educational drds to establishervices were held in the Methodist Iiyrt. and through or near Drffton, a distance of
Strasburg, 197-1899; professor of Normal departments in both the Uni- church, Rev. J. W. Bigham officiating. ithirtr-on milo;nd tromMonticeo or Drifto. Also stall at Market
Greek andmodern languages King Col- rm.kfca in ernconty.toai1so .i n iso Alsostallat City Market
Greek and modern languages Kin ol- varsity and the Female olle the Rev. Frank W. Cramer, pastor of the Int a distance of twenty-seven miles; and
leg, 1899-19N00; profeoor o f Gree l anti (,ne located at Tallahasse will be in First Baptist church, assisted in the from loyd ar rfton in Jefferson county, or some where all the choicest meats
1mde rnanu Florida State charge of professorr Buchholz, profes- last sad rites, and the following acted rtrmeniate pont, to Wacieoa. through Wau-
lege, 19o00-m ; iaprofeior of German or of philosophy and pedagogy. Mi as pallbearer: .A. Demilly, J. an sad county, a isne o twel l are kept and sold. Neat,
and Romanielanguage.1903-1906. Mary Sidney Johnston, formerly in-. Houston, J. B. Perkins, W. A. idiftalcom '.ihxte'mn rileo ant from Tlla-
Arthur Willam, AM., roessor o Quincy, in G clean delivery wagon.
Arthur Williams I ,P,.rofesor of r tructor in the State Normal at DeFun- Rawls, A. G. G odBd, Frank Cochran n ounty mil de fH s cleaan delivery wagon.
PoliticalScienceand iology King iakSpring., is an A. B., and will and F. M Phillips. e floral emblemsdtn f twnty-htmileand fro Phone 127
Edward's Grammar Hehooil, 'onIon, teach I,atin and mathematics.Mrs. I a distance of twt nty-eight milea; and from Tall- Phone 127
dward18781881 Cammbrde hniv, L don, teach Latin ad mathematics. Mr. were profuse and beautiful. Mrs. Car- iiasmee, aforesaid, through Arran and Sopchoppy,
187-1881 Cambridge University, 1 1- lesie B. Compton, also of the State raway is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chase in Wakulia county, and Carrabelle. in Franklin
188; A. ibid, student in ol. Normal faculty, is a M. E. L and will A County, t Apalachicla. n Franklin county, adis
Parker's school for Teachers, Chicago, teach English composition and science. te eighty m ile: and from Arran to Craw- No 26 West Lafayette St.,
.. .....7f . ,rdville, a distance of three miles; and from Sop-
1886-1887; prince al public school in D)r, Jerome McNei will teach horticul- Notice. choppy t Panacea, a distance. eofseven miles; and
Arkansas, 18,7-9.93; principal high ture, floriculture and nature Ptudy. from Tallahassee to St. Marks. a distance of TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
school, Lakeland. Fla., 8 93;-1895; prn-1 Mih Gre, chn i uchholz, graduate of EfTective Sunday, July 2 3, the special twenty-one miles: and from quincy to Marianna.
cipal of Summerlin Institute, Ilartow, theacademicdepartmentofStetson Uni- train service between BTallahassee and f,,res.tanef forty mile: rnd from Tallahan see.
Fla., 1896-1901; professor of history vrty, graduate tuent for two years St Marks on Sunday, will be discon- fifth miles, the total mileage beinu three hundred
and political science, Florida State (o iEn nli.h and German in the Vander- tinued. F. P. WOODWARD, Agent. n d flfteen miles. b e
a1Vander' That Article III of Paid Charter, which now
o, 1901-1905 i nstructor in leaboly ilt Itniversitv, graduate in voice cul- NOTICE of Appil,'ati. n for Tax I IrUnder Se.c. ras as follows: "Th taltk of th.c no- WHEELWRIGHT and BIACKSMITH
Summer ch(l for Taher, Florida, ture in the Ward Seminary at Nash- tknof.Chaipter 4. Laws ofFlotid a. pany shall be ten thousand dollars, divided into
of ic an n- v rlin tudnt, 1 avane NKNOWN WN AND ALLTHR e hundred hares of ne hundred dollars each.
190&11905; profemwr of esiocr and Eng- i ville, Berlin stu(rent, 1i)3; advance slorNKNWA. and shall be fully paid for in cash, or property for operty1for
lish literature in Univermity Summer study in voice, New York, 1903-04, in-. cincernl: u in the business of the company, at its cash
School at Gainesville, Fla 19. structor in voice and public school Notice hereby .n that 11 lartlld. value whin the stock iissued."shall be amended General Repair Shop.
n A. ., Pro- music. Mill Hallii Lewn, former Phar.ch taxer tificateNo .Ns37.ated atedJulby adding thereto at the end thereof the follow- General ir Shop.
J. N. Anderson, M A., sh >. Pro- msilc. Miss Halie lewin, former th. ;A. 11).. IWO, has 11e sa id certificate in my eingHi b
fessor of Latin and Greek Student at ,incipal of model school in the State office and has made apl, ication for tax deed to The amount of the capital stock of thiscompany Horse Shoeing by an ex-
accordt l.acta te m-salli pc r ofthirtyptho usantds dollar s.soma
,ord College, H. C. .' I. r-, n owesitudenr in the, wumbiaI bruese the followings described land situated in make the' entire capital stock of the company
*n ounty, rrnitl-wit:Allsouth of F fr ty,,,,.-,llar,:,,. ch"i.. easd....-o experience. ). ..
Fellow ofrarvard Ihiverity; student dirctor of the practice school and in- purchase line in rea tlioitwenty. In township one tnal stock t be dived into three hundred
of the tlnivernitlen of Berlin,. Ilidel- structor in primary methods. Mi e h of range one wes.t cept the '. f w' shares of one hundred dollars each. All of such
ber1, and Paris, Ph. D JohnI hopkin Anna E Chaires, raiduate of Pratt In- c.. asn -.remorteor e..s. increased or additi-nal capital stock shall be paid
b -Ierg,14 an arisePh. orndA11.- A. na i.i. ('hires., rau ateof Pratt Thsaid lndin assesse at the date ,fr the f ,r as fmlluWs: One-half thereof, or fifteen tho u-
Unversity; examiner rcanis fr statute, rklyn, dergarten course. uneo'f nue crnte In the name of Owner nd dollars In l-w ful money of the United portion of the public
Cecil Rhode1 scholarship for Fh'lrida, anti ftm.'rdirecitraoN model kind; r- 'known. nle, certificate hall ere- Sts and the there half, or ffnound patron 1h sSoldclted
Samuel M. Tucker, A. M., ih. h) r tn i ( f in te te kNrm al, wld thern ,n th 9hdaycfAugust A. D 1 Unied rstatesoripopet. labororrvicesr aa andsatisfaction arean.
Profesr f English Langua and structor in kindergarten methods. dy of uly. A. .6. the directors at a meeting called for such purpose. .
Literature A. IB., Wotlord ( ell ,e;, I .^ HENRY .T. rELKP'l. Property labor or services may bealso purchas-
preiall high s('h1).l an ford, r Clerk CircuIt Court. Leon county, Florida. ed or padk 'or with any such capItal stock at a FD EEL
S ; Untiversrityv Felh w ,,One-half (five or six roomn) of the Notice of Applicaton for Djischarge. m ,r f oaru tpre FREELANDS S OP f hs
1902s Ph. D. ibid. 190.; prf., or of a (hair [welling, on North Mnroe TI IS HE HY EN THAT I WIL Hy order of the company. Oppose h Leon iHotel,
English language and liturature, Fl.,r- i afr the fir. t publication heTutf, sC BARBER AND TAILOR WORK,
ida S tat Coll. .g ,, 1M ,3-1HMr I Xn e lXt'el lnt repair ror inform nation make final returns. and apply for my dis'hargre a. T aIhishsee FIa ., July 21st. 1906. 21-IIt
a k' a ep IIKI al l hg. ll -lU I t r 8 mlitl~v-tu M r C' (C PIarce Administratur e'f the estate of W illia m A Nowlin .. .. -_ a"C lea n 2nR p n
E. R. Smith, M A, 'rfesr if t sy t" M ... arce. at of leoIn county. d-ced AIteration.. Cleinln. ReFparin.
Mathematics Vanderbilt University. iN W. HENDERON. Don't expect a girl who has always Etc.. for Ladie and Gentlemdn.
1897; UniversIlty Follow Vamndterbilt Subcrib, for The True Democrat, Julyr e, -iix. m.ni trator sad wtate. lv i a fat to know anything about Agency For The Royal Tallors.



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