The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00025
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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NO. 24.

Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Snecial Privilewes to None.

s n-U a -r

DOINGS AT THE Herman Harry M. Snow Chas.
Slater, Co. Git Inf.. Cramer B. Pot-
STATE CAPITOL .Inf; W mM MEdmund,%

Appointments: State chemist-R. E.
Rose, reappointed.
County judge, Marion county-Joseph
Bell, Ocala, vice Robert Bullock, de-
Justice of the Peace, Levy county-
G. A. Boyd, Otter Creek.
Constable. Jefferson county-I. E.
Kersey, Monticello.
Game warden Monroe country-Eu-
gene E. Bates, key West, vice G. M.
ready, deceased; Lafayette county-
Joseph Williams, Mayo.
Notaries public at large-Mrs Eudo-
ra Martin C E Bell Jno. P. Bennett,
Jacksonville; E. R. Dickinson. J. W.
Frazier, Tampa; J. W. Westlake, Lake
Helen; John R. Hardee, Crandall; G.
R. Frisbee, Middlebury; W. P. Ed-
wards, Lacoochee; 0. B. Robinson,
Lake Como: W. A. Ward, Bruce.
Commissioners of State Institutions:
Comptroller, A. C. Croom; Secretary
of State, H. Clay Crawford; Superin-
tendent, W. M. Holloway; State Treas-
urer, W. V. Knott; Commissioner of
Agriculture B. E. McLin went to Chat-
tahoochee Wednesday to locate a site
for a new building for colored male
Governor's Mansion Commission: An
adjourned meeting was held last Satur-
day to consider proposed sites, but no
site offered met with approval, and the
following resolution was adopted and
the commission adjourned, subject to
"Resolved, That none of the sites of-
fered to the commission for the location
of the Governor mansion are in the opin-
ion of the commission, suitable sites of-
the permanent location of such a build-
ingas would be a pride to the citizens
of Florida, and an ornament to the city
of Tallahassee, and that the commis-
sion adjourn until such time as a suita-
ble site is offered for the acceptance of
the commission. "

The team is to leave Florida August
17th, each with 150 pounds of baggage,
and will receive pay and travel pay.
Major John A. Depray, inspector and
Instructor on the Governor's staff, will
accompany the team to give counsel and
assistance, and reporting results.
Contrary to custom, we print the fol-
lowing "poem", although unaccompa-
nied by the author's real name; partly
because it contains no personalities,
and partly because we are reluctant to
discourage the budding genius of the
writer, whom we suspect to be a cer-
tain Tallahassee youth who does not in-
tend to go away to school, but expects
to remain in Tallahassee and have fun
with the college girls. We'll see about
Satisfied With the Girls.
Weep not, weep not, for the dear old
The boys already have gone;
Think not of the milk that's already
For soon the girls will come.
Buckman thought he'd kill the school
And let the bats live there;
He missed his aim and lost his name
For we'll have the girls next year.
He shot the tallmost feathers out,
But he left the finest there;
He took away our boys, so gay, "
But he left our girls, so dear.
One time we thought defeat had come,
Our colors were all in furls;
Why cry for the boys with all their
When we've got the peaceful girls?

The boys must leave this fair old State
To schools off many miles;
So give them all a fond farewell,
And greet the girls with smiles.
Come back dear girls and your colors
Let's welcome this army so fair;
The boys can go where the breeze don't
We've got the girls np there.
Cures Sciatica.


TweatyFve Dollarn I Cash kail
and gOcuky lamed.

In order to bring out the ideas of ou
customers as to "Why our business is
success," we have decided to pa
Twenty-five dollars in cask, to the per
son writing the best Article on thi
The contest will be conducted an
governed by the following ruies:
Use as many, or as few words as yo
Bring in your Article as clearly an
as forcefully as possible What part o
our Success is attributable to each lin
of merchandise carried in our stock, fo
To what extent is our Line of DrE
Goods responsible for this success?
What has our Line of Ladies. Men
and Children's Shoes contributed to thi
What has our Line of Men, Youths
and Boys' Clothing to do with our suc
What has our Spot Cash System o
Doing Business added to our success?
What has our method of Givhi
Every Customer Pull Value for hu
money, added to our sueaess?
How much has our method of Selling
Only Reliable Goods advanced our bust
To what extent has our Courtesy and
Prbmptness in Serving our Customen
been responsible for this success?
How can we further' improve our
method of doing business that would be
beneficial to ourselves-and our custom.
Write only on one side of your page
and as plainly as possible. Fill out the
blank below, and send in with your
Each paper received will be number.
ed consecutively from one up, and en.
tered in a book kept b us for this pur-
pose, stating the number of the paper
and the .iame of the person sending in
the same.
Have your Article reach us not later
than September 15th.
The Articles will be delived to the
Judges on the 16th of September, and
will be known to hem only by their
umber- as we &hall take th a t ,,

STATE DEPARTMENT. Rev. W. L. Riley, L. L. D., Cuba, to kee t ames the writ from
ATE AMNT. New York. writes; "After fifteen the Judges. Said Judges will consist of
Letters patent: Tampa Dairy Corn- days of excruciating pain from sciatic three distinguished gentlemen, who will
pany, Tampa, $10,000. Incorporators: rheumatism, under various treatments, decide as to who is entitled to the
'. D. Bray, W. J. Barrett, R. I. Fish- I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Twenty-five dollar cash prize; and when
er. Liniment; the first application giving so decided, we will make our check for
Miami Ferry Company, $10,000. In- my first relief and the second entire re- this amonnt to the person so decided by
corporators: H. M. Black, R. M. lief. I can give it unqualified recom- said Judges to be entitled to the same.
Smith, C. H. Garthside. mendation.' 25c, 50c, $1.00, For sale --.Jdet
Jacksonville Naval Stores Co. $300 by all druggists. For the benefitof our customers wish.
UO0. Incorporators: D. C. Ashley, J ini to compete for our Twenty-five-
L. Conoley J G. Cranford, M. M. The Woman's Club. Dollar Cash Prize, to be paid to the
Smith, W. f. Roberts. The regular monthly meeting of the person (gentleman or lady writing the
The Chipola Company, Marianna, $10,- Woman's Club was held at the Leon best article on Why our Business Is a
000. Incorporators: L. B. Jones, A. J. Hotel parlor on Thursday afternoon, Success," we give the following infor-
t enn, S. P. Jones. with a good attendance. mation:
Chitwood Navigation Co., RiverJunc- After some deliberation, it was deci- We began our business in Tallahassee,
tion, $9,000. Incorporators: L. F. Chit- ded that the Kindergarten, as conduct-, Florida, on the 8th day of February,
m ood, H. T. Owen, L. A. Chitwood, ed last year, shall be continued, under, 1902; and, from the beginning, adopted
Davis & Willis, J. D. Watts, W. H. the management of Miss Davies, in the; the following rules:
Hoskins, Johnson & Hoskins, Jas. A. room formerly occupied in the Leon Buying and Selling for Cash;
Davis,ke City InveJ. Butler. Hotel. Buying and Selling only Reliable Mer-
Lake City Investment Co., $5,000. The respect of a new school building chandise;
Incorpor tors: J. C. S oheffeld, B. H. was discussed, with approbion on, but Treating our Customers with all the
Palmer,. P. nBuie, T.. PJordan, E S. no formal action was taken. Courtesy possible;
Futch, F. P. Cone, M. L. P1ympton, W. The Club, on motion, decided to cre-1 Giving all customers as Prompt At-
N. Cone, J. 0. Harris, C. erran. ate a Committee on Charities, and to tention as possible;
Consolidated Warehouse Co., Miami, invite other charitable organizations in Giving every customer the Greatest
$50,000. Incorporators: E. L. Brady, the city to meet and co-operate with Possible Value (believing that ever one
M. M. Brown, Geo. B. Romfh. said committee in perfecting plans for is entitled to the full value of his
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. systematic work during the approach- money).
monthly report of treasurer for Jul ing winter.
Monthly report treasurerfor Jul: After the transaction of routine bus. Duval Bros. Tallahassee, Fla.
Genellrevenue fund .. 8,706 80 iness the Club adjourned. ICut this out and send It with your article..
()ne mill school tax -. 64,797.23 .... .. ... .- ....
Pension tax2.. .. 25,34546 Stomach Treables and Coastlpatlea. .. 190
State Board of Health .-----.... 91,641 26 No one can reasonably hope for good A
Principal of State school 7,631.64 digestion when the bowels are consti. DUVAL BROS.: Herewith find my
Interest of State school 16,898.87 pated. Mr. Chas. Baldwin of Ed-'
Principal of Seminary 24.17 wardsville, Ill., says, "I su#ered from article n competition for your $2
Interest of Seminary 3,963.00 chronic constipation and stomach troub- Prize.
Hire of State convicts 52,347.365 les for several years, but thanks to
Indian war claims 26.000.00 Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
Agricultural College 2,332.84 lets am almost cured." Why not get No. Fla.
Experiment Station 4,607.41 a package of these tablets and get well
White College, Morrill 12,5W7.60 and stay well? Price 26 cents. For i ..
Colored Normal ..- 14,701.99 sale by all druggists. .
University, incidental 362.32 -- Bad for ill
Station, incidental . ... 54716 FURNISHED ROOMS, l e en it
8 Fla. Mil. College, current 1 The Ocala Banner is right when it
ex pensea e617.23 With bath For I or 2 single gentle- insists that Walter Taylor ought to
Fla. Agricultural Institute, men. Central, care True Democrat. tf have been pardoned It was simply a
Kissimmee. 3,963.85 political row in which Billy Lamar got
Fla. Hospital for Insane, fire FOR SALE. the worst of it. *
loss *-----..... -----.... 129.70 Warranty Deeds, legal form. True Just wait till Ceph Wilson "shies his
University of Fla., Gainesville Democrat Office. tf caster into that Congressional fight
donation..---....-...-...--..----- 40,000.00 - .- over in the Third district. Then the

Adjutant-General Foster bas issued
General Orders No. 12, providing for
the Brigade Rifle Team to attend the
national contest at Sea Girt, August 28,
naming the following as members and
managers: Team Coach-Col. Robt. P.
leton, inspector of small arms rac-
7ce; Team Captain-Capt. Eugene Mas-
ters, lit Inf.; Members-Capt. F. C.
W. Cramer, Jr., Co. B, 2nd Inf.; let
/Lieut. John W. Blanding, Co. H, 2nd
/ Inf.; 1st Lieut. Fred G Yerkes, Co. F,
' lt Inf.; Bat. Sergt. Ma Harry P. Da-
vies, lot Inf; 1st e Geo. R. Seary,
1st Bat., Field Art. Sert S. B.
Kitchen, l1t Bat., ield Art; W. 0.
Morri, Co. H, 2nd Inft. Etan B. Rich,
Co. K, 2nd Ini.; E. L. IReo, Co. F, 1st
Inf.; Privates Harry K. Jackson, J.

Mrs. J. D. Beggs and children, after fur will fly. -Lake City Index.
a long and delightful visit to her par ---. --.
ents, Cat. and Mrs. R. A. Sbine, have Latest Fever News.
returned to their Orlando home, accom.
panied by Mr. Albert Shine and Miss The latest intelligence from the yel-
Herring who will visit them. low fever epidemic in New Orleans was
scaredy encouraging. The total num-
Deputy Poppell and Chief Langston ber of new cases since August 8rd is
arrested four vagrants Thursday, two 266; total death, 40. The whole num-
of whom paid fine and Jasme Bradly her of cases to date is 679, with.- total
and Walter Leonarwere sent to the deaths 119,
chaingang for sixty days each. Let the The Marine Hospital authorities, at
good work go on! the request of the New Orleans muni-.
Chief Depuity ifO Johni B. Hop. Ipal and State health authoutes, are
kin this week capturedan --- nam tound e the e ctrol of
cok nam Ja M answdo tamuch ish o ro
been "missing" for several years. t**PloI
Mr. Chas. G. Myers, wife and child refee a fro New Ortealn
rem. are spending a few weks at Laa- has mwshy rsvereds ad Health Of-
ark-on-the-Gulf. fler Prter declares that the d& aof

Items of lst I h Vw Varian
State Dea- meIs

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 26th, 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. WILsoN.
Tax Collector.
Cotton Gin Saws Sharpened and Cot-
ton Gins generally Repaired at reason-
able prices. Apply to
Tallahassee. Fla.
A writer in the Pensacola News says:
"The Florida State Emergency Fund
has $88,000 in it. A fine inheritance
from the Jennings administration and a
good beginner for the rule of Governor
iroward. If the State Board of
Health Fund is referred to. it is very
far from being a legacy from the Jen-
nings administration. It is the pro.
ceeds of a special tax levied years ago.
The aforesaid writer ma have meant
to refer to it as "an Inheritance" be-
cause there was no way for the Jen-
nings administration to assimilate and
mis-spend it.
The True Democrat office has been
recently embellished by a gorgeous ban-
ner in red gold and blue testifying to
the fact that the Wrought Iron Range
Company, of St. Louis, received from
the authorities of the recent Louisiana
Purchase Exposition in that city the
only grand prize for the excellence of
its "Home Comfort Range," so recent-
ly advertised in this newspaper. This
ditinction was certainly welfdeerved,
and General Agent Reynold never
grows tired of showing this very hand.
some testimonial.
The intense itching charaeteristi of
alt rheum and eMema is ltsnatl al
played by applying Chamberiia %
As a cure for sklm diesasem th" 1 s
equaled. For sale by ill druggist.'"

N infection therefrom has completely din-
ample|te and effective quarantine in-
l section under the Marine Hospital
Authority, ia maintained alone the
Floridaborder ad it will b almost a
miracle for t6e fever to enter the
Ar A deplorable incident of the condi-
Stion in New Orlesas was the death from
y the prevailing fever of Archbishop
r Chappelle on Thumday.
F1wMerIa lfsttat Sedety.
The Florida Historical Society which
u was organized Nov. 26, 108, has recent-
ly been incorporated under the laws of
d this State. Its objects are as follows:
f "The collection, Tfementa and
e preservation of all material pertaining to
r he history of or in any manner iu.s-
trative of Florida, including books,
y pamphlet., document*, manucrpt*.
newspapers, diaries, notes, letter,
s spee hes maps, portraits, photographs,
, or other likenesses of men and women
prominent In Florida history, pictorial
Ilustrations of Florida scenery., build-
. ngs, establishment. institutlo-, mon-
uments, relics and products. Also
f relics of every kind whether historical
or pre-historical, fossil, geologieal
r specimen and everything in any man
Snor illustrative of Florida."
The provision for membership is "All
Persbns of Good Character" upon a
proval of the Board of Directors. TI
dues are five dollars per annum.
The Society has been given the use of
a large and eemmodioas room in the
Jacksonville Public Library (which is
fireproof) for the reception and safe
keeping of all its collections and prop-
erty ad in which tarry on its work
which has now been actively entered
The cost of furniture, cases, files,
* etc., together with the necessary cleri-
cal assistance will approximate $1,000
for this year.
Failing to procure aid from the last
legislature, the Society must depend
* upon the dues of its members to meet
its expenses. .
Every intelligent person who has
any State pride, must realize and feel
the value and far-reaching importance
of the work in which the society is enon.
We appeal to all such for aid and en-
couragement. Send us your ap lie.
tito rmambeMIhip with e
five dollars to Rev. V. W. Shiei
Treasurer, for one year's dues. But
whether you apply for membership or
not send us boo, pamphlet, ,
pictures, maps, reli, article fro
Indian mounds, fossils biographical or
historical or descriptive, having any
bearing upon Florida. I
Send to Florida Historical Society,
Public Library, Jacksonville, Fla. a
If the people of Florida will contrib- .
ute what they reasonably can we will t
soon have a collection of priceless 4
ETY, it
GEo. R. FAIRBANKS, President, r
GEo. W. WILSON, Secretary. s
The time allowed b law for"yment h

Hon. Hays Lewisof Marhanna, was
the ity for a few hours on Thursday,
id wa welcomed by his many Talla-
usee friends.
Ony fools think that they can't make


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Chaan Lewr a1 W Bealel O *ker
mamUa WMie Awale.

Although no Tallahasseean has ever
feared an epidemic of yellow fever cr
any other diusse in thi incomparable
climate, the vigilance of our city off.
cials in the Interest of the public health
is much to be commended at all time.,
and especially in the summer, when un-
sanitary conditions conduce to sickness
of malarial character. Hence the fol-
lowing letter of instructions from the
chairman of the sanitary committee of
the City Council to Mr. J. G. Hamlin,
city health officer, will be read with in-
terest and, we hope, heeded with dili-
gence by every Talahassee householder:
Dear Sir-Referring to our conversa-
tion concerning the sanitary condition
of the city of lahassee.
You wllat once make the proper
complaint before the mayor of all par-
ties who were officially notified to have
all the weeds on their promises, vacant
lots and sidewalks cut, and who have
not complied with the order, and let
them show cause why they shall not be
fined for noneompliance with this order.
You will at o notify all parties
who .ave not been ofically notified to
have all the weeds on their promises,
vacant lot4 and sidewalks cut within
forty-eight hour from the date of your
notice or order.
You will also inaugurate and put into
effect at one*a house to house canvass,
and soee that all back yards and pre-
less are put in a thoroughly sanitary
condition. Give all parties offielal no-
tice and allow them forty-eight hours
In which to put everything in a sanitary
condition, and at the expiration of that
time, if our order has not been com-
plied with, make the proper complaint
before the mayor.
You will also see that all old sinks.
old cisterns, old ceespools and other
mosquito breeding place, and which
are unsanitary, or e leaned out
and made sanitary or filled up with
fresh earth-the latter much prefer.
The ordinance only allow two hours

ta b you will.
eight hors, as there wifl quite a
-ood deal of work ln some m ems.
You will also advise parts having
trash to be move that If they will place
it on the street in a convenient manner
you will have it removed; and if you
iave not a sufficient number of wagons
nd men, you will at once hire, at the
owest possible cost, a sufficient number
o do this work, which should not re-
quire more than three or four days.
The health of the city of T haee
depends upon its sanitary condlm and
ts sanitary condition, to a rt,
ests with you, and we rely q to
ee that all ordinances govern sani-
ation are complied with; and thoe re-
using to comply with them you will
epor to the mayor, who will give you
>is unqualified support.
Yours very trulyb. M. ow ,
Chairman Sanitary Committee.
The members of the Board of State
institutions who visited the hospital at
Chattahoochee on Wednesday, returned
rhureday afternoon. We know they
found things there at this time In good
ape, as they will continue to be and
ave been under the management of
captain Whitner assisted by General
)avid Lang and Dbr. James H. Ran-
lolph. If those, or men like them,
iad been there during the Jennings ad-
ministration, there would have been no
charges of grafting, mismanagement or
II treatment of inmates, as there was
none with asylum officers during the
administrations of Governors Drew,
loxham, Perry, Mitchell or Fleming.
t is to be hoed that Governor Brow-
rd wir find himself at the end of his
administration, classed with the above
named governors, whom all Floridians
>ve and honor.
The True Democrat and its mechan-
eal force deeply regret the recent death
f two brethren of the craft who were
rell known and highly regarded through-
ut Florida-Memsrs. Frank C. Jeude-
ine, of Pensacola, and P. C. Oglesb,
rho had often resided and worked n
'lorida. Peace to their ashes!
Prof. R. C. Little, of Atlanta, who
as been utilizing his vacation as a buy-
r and shipper of LeConte pears in this
market, has returned to his home, ha-v
g shipped about 4300 barrels of Leon
unty pears.
Mr. W. D. Yarrington representing
ie Jacksonville Timee-Unioa, spent a
rt of Wednesy and Thur day the
3 "hustling" r that entertaining
ter duty.


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JiM a. CMLaus, Prepre r.

Entered as Second Class Matter mMarch3,. t06, *t
the Past Ofn Act of Congres of March & 1fft9.

(Meo in Telephmon Building, Corner Adams aOd
Clintan Street&. Telephone No. 190.

Hu|beriptoim. $1.00 Pwr Year, In Advane,.
A'vertising Rates on Applicatkon.
.- _-- :7-- -_= -
Tallahassee, Friday. August M .

Wanted! A small sum will be paid for
an authentic copy of the "Life of Gov-
ernor Broward," which was a promi.
nent feature of the last gubernatorial
primary campaign.
Where, 0 where, wa "Fifty-Dollar-
Liddon" when his friends were so
greatly in need of his valuable services
to save their printing house property
from the inexorable hammer of the
Several of our State exchanges con-
tinue to gossip about this or that aspi-
rant for gubernatorial honor,, but it is
altogether too early for such talk. Be-
sides, it ought to he cheerfully conceded
that West Florida is the section which
has the turn on the next vacancy.
The Punta Gorda Herald aptly and
truthfully remarks that some of the
best Republicans in the United States
live In Florida. "Besides their unquen-
tionable patriotism," says the Ilerald,
"au citizens and personal friends they
have no superiors in the land"
The St. Augustine Record feelingly
remarks that "Floridians may well be-
gin to doubt the fflicacy of the law in
putting a stop to crime in thin State
when a prominent newspaper openly
am.erts that a certain Jacksonville law-
yer in able to boast that never yet has
he lost a case before the State Board of
i'urdons .
The conviction of B. I. Burton, for-
me'r deputy clerk of Escambia county,
and his sentence to eight yearn'confine-
ment in the penitentiary for indulging
in the modern propensity for graft in
office, in a significant warning to all of
the younger generation of business men,
clerks, and others occupying places of
trust in public or private business; and
should have a salutary effect upon the
business morals of the State.
The entire newspaper fraternity in
the Mouth learns with sincere grief of
the death, at his home in Atlanta, on
the 6th inst., of Capt. Evan I'. Howell,
the distinguished editor for many years
of the Atlanta Constitution, and a prom-
inent possibility as a candidate for gov-
ernor of Georgia ('apt Howell was in
the 66thyear of his age, and has been
distinctly prominent in the political and
induslal history of hiN State for the
past a y years,
Sheriff Pickett,'of Duval county, is
acquiring local fame, and receiving
abundant and encouraging commenda-
tion, by his vigorous measures for the
e*xecution of the new vagrancy law;
and his example in well worthy of stud.
arid emulation by all officers throughout
the State. ILeon county needs a little
I'hleaning up"i mn this respect, and we
hipw toee e it lone without the nec'ts-
nity of sp'citlc complaint against those
who'e duty it in to see that the laws
are hlaly ,xrcuht The Stark' Tle'rnlph hlvie> State'
Attorney l'hillipl, of Tampa. to wait
awhile." and nt bIe too. eager togo into
a <'fnte',t with ('mngre'rMmln Sparkman
for his seat in t he HIIuse of I{epresent
htives; mndl adds that "there' are indi-
cations that the. pe~pleh of the State
will want him ( Spurkmon) t, geo to the
Senate after newhil' Maybe 'o lh<
might be inducedl to run fr Senator
Taliaferro's place' a few yrnsr hence'
if Tallaferrn shluhll i i nh t relt ire' As
to Senator Mallory's iu',Hsor, West
or Middle Florida will take ciare of that
Our lively little neighlbir. Perry, in
Taylor county, is taking vry advanced

ground in the proce ssin iorf progress.
A Times-Union correspondent writing
from there states that the A. ('. I. has
r0M hands constructing its branch foun
Newberry to Perry; that the surveying
corps of the S. A. running a line
from Thomas City to Perry. has reached
the town; that engineers of the Live.
Oak, Perry and Gulf Railway have com-
pleted the permanent survey to Perry;
that grading on the West Peninsular
Railroad from HDrmpton Hprins to
Perry is comp _. and that the South
Georgia and West Cowt Railroad ('om-
eany has completed grading to the
Perry Naval Stores Company's still, one
mile south of the town. PFve railroads
In a bunch Hirrah for Perryl

Some time before the recent opening
of bids for the State printing a mem-
ber of the board which was to consid-
er the same and award the contract was
heard to remark to a citizen of Leon
county that he "would see to it that
John Collins did not get any of the
State printing, no matter what he
might bid." As if a juryman, should,
in advance, announce the verdict he in-
tended to render, or a judge should
forecast, before the trial, his own de-
John Collins concedes that the official
referred to knew what he was talking
about. The unheard of and arbitrary
terms announced, whereby each bidder
was required to put up a certified check
for $12,500, not only prevented the con-
sideration of John Collins' bid (which
was lower than the only other bid pre-
sented), but prevented competition
from other printing establishments in
the State. Whether the cabinet officer
referred to was or was not instrumen-
tal in imposing so unjust and outrageous
a condition, and whether or not his re-
mark about Mr. Collins, chances re-
ferred to the requirement of a $12,eJOO
check as a condition precedent to the
consideration of any bid, are altogether
immaterial; the fact remains that who-
ever invented or consented to such an
onerous condition, must have done so
with the premeditated purpose of elim-
inating all annoying competition from
the pathway of the concern whose bid
was successful, and thus not only pun-
ishing John Collins for having told a
good many unpalatable truths about
the Jennings administration in his little
paper, but of rewarding a devoted
friend of and apologist for the same ad-
Mr. Collins in fortunately abundantly
able to servive the result of the bidding
for the State printing; and alo hopes
to survive, in the opinion of all honest
people, the crooked methods, which de-
feated him. He knows to a dead cer-
tainty to whose animosity they were
due, and he promises them that when
the subject of State printing contracts
and matters pertaining thereto are
again the subject of Legislative inve-.
tigation as they will be it will w'-cur
at the beginning and not at the end of
the session, and there will be no u'hite
Another thing in which the public as
well as our brethren of the State press
are particularly interested, is the fact
that it will never again occur as it did
two years ago- that the opening of
printing bids will be adjourned from
one clay to another, for the express
purpose of affording opportunity tojug-
gle with the bids, changing the figures
so as to let in and insure the success
of a bid that was not the lowest and
best, with the changed figures approved
by the initials "W. S J." These
things, and many others, are all sus
ceptiblei f absolute and incontestable
proof if thone who are personally in-
terested desire' to have them proven in
the courts.
Recurring to the no-called investiga-
tion by a Senate committee of the re-
cent session, there are many, perhaps,
who in the hurry and confusion of the
closing scenes of the session omitted to
compare the whitewashing report of
the committee with the evidence upin
which it purportedly to be basted, r'eport-
ed in an aplpendlix by the name commit-
tee In the light of recent events
which occurred at the August legal
sales dlay, as set forth in our local col-
umns, this evidence is more than inter-.
eating. In that investigation the cornm-
mittee pretended to find out who and
what was the "Capital Printing Com-
pany." Here is nome ofthetestimony:
I. H. Ililson statedI that he started a
printing office in Tallahansee in Febru-
ary. Itil, alone; that afterward the
"('Capital Printing C(o."' was formed,
by making an inventory of his office at
$4,(INN) and of the old TallahMaseean of-
tiee at $8.(XI, with R. Gamble, who
claimed to be the owner, and issuing
4.(Nk) in stock, of which be owned $40-
(M11 and (Gamble 58.(N>.0 and that in or-
der to comply with the incorporation

law he gave one share to his wife; and
that these were the only stockholders.
W II. Lamar testified that while he
knew of the existence of "the Hilson
Paper Plant," he did not know who
were stockholders in the new company;
knew of no connection between it and
the Board of State Institutions; that
while he was in office as Attorney-Gen-
eral he knew Hilson intimately, and
had heard a rumor to the effect that
Hilson's paper was his (Lamar's) or-
gain, but he had no interest in it, and
has none now.
A. C. (Croim stated that he knew of
the Capital Printing Company, but

knew who composed it only from hear-
say; d-, s nnt owe any interest in it;
does not know who owns the capital
stock; so far as he knew, Hilson was
running the printing office, before the
formation of the company, entirely by
There were other witnesses, but the
purpose of reproducing the foregoing
does not apply to them. We want our
professional brethren to be kind enough
to clip out the foregoing brief abstracts
of testimony, given under oath. and
carefully preserve them they are go-
ing to come in handy at a future time,
when circumstances now "cooking"
have developed into a tangible shape.
Among those who were expected to
testify before this whitewashing com-
mittee was the former governor, Jen-
nings. but he was suddenly moved to
depart from the city on the evening of
the day on which the committee was
created, and the committee therefore
'failed" to secure his testimony.
,- I ~ F---
A private memorandum from an es-
teemed and prominent citizen of Carra-
belle informs us that the contract has
been let for the improvement of the al-
ready excellent harbor of that port, t
thus giving confident promise of "sure
enough" deep water. The True Demo-
crat, which has a large clientage at
"Tallahassee's seaport," extends its
sincere congratulations and hopes that
the day is near at hand when the largest
ocean-going vessels will be able to reach I
the Carrabelle wharves for traffic with
all of the countries of the earth. h
A large number of new subscribers V
have been added to The True Demo-
crat's list during the past week six-
teen in one day as the result of the
valued friendship of the ladies of Leon r
countyy and the splendid work of our
special agent, Mr. I. C. Long, Jr., who
reports nly tw', refusals of non-sub-
scribers as the result of a preliminary c
canvass. We have set our mark at h
"1,000 before November," and we con-
fidently rely upon our hundreds of
friends throughout Leon and the ad-
joining counties to aid in reaching it.
Here's another hard wrench on the'
"innate modesty" which we so feel-
ingly mentioned in our last issue. We
promised then not soon again to quote o
bouquets from our State exchanges,
but the following, from that excellent
newspaper, the Southern Argus, pub-
lished by our old friend, Hon. A. M. C
Russell, at Brooksville, is so hearty and
genuine that we cannot resist the temp-
The Tallahassee True Democrat is, in
our opinion, an ideal weekly newspaper. i
It is a neat asa pin, beautifully printed,
and, through its faithful quotations, a
conscientious reflector of the opinions 1
of the press of the State. The editor
of that paper is a genuine newspaper
man first, and a politician next
The Democratic executive committee i
of Marion county may feel somewhat i
in doubt whether Governor Jennings' e
term of office has really expired. The t
committee held a meeting soon after i
the decease of the late General Bullock
to recommend the name of his succes-
sor as county judge. A quorum not be- r
ing present, the meeting adjourned to t
a later day; but what was their surprise M
to learn, soon after the adjournment, d
that the Governor had already made an c
appointment without consulting the
committee, or even intimating a desire
to have its recommendation. The
Times Union's Ocala correspondent
states that the appointment "is causing
a great deal of interest and excitement
more so than anything in political cir-
cles in this county for some time, and
the Governor in being censured more by
his friends than by his enemies"
The Pensacola Journal calls attention
to the fact that the courts, instead of
imposing the full penalty of the law for
carrying concealed weapons, have been
imposing the minimum penalty-$100
fine, without imprisonment-and cites
the provisions of the law (act of 1901),
as follows:
"By imprisonment of not less than
three months nor exceeding six months
or by fine of not leas than one hundred

dollars nor exceeding five hundred dol-
lars, or by both such fine and imprison-
And the Journal strongly argues the
necessity and expediency of imposing
the full penalty for the offense. In this f
the Journal is right, and the public is
indebted to it for directing attention to
the matter.
It certainly is the duty of the courts t
to do everything in their power to pre-
vent crime, and nothing they could do
would so effectually act as a preventive
of crimes of violence than to inflict the
maximum penalty of the law upon all
who violate the provisions against the
carrying of weapons. I


should be severely punished in every E. B. EPPES,
case that comes before the courts, we County Superintendent.
cannot but think that Taylor's punish- For further information, please ad-
ment was excessive. We are familiar dress Jno. W. Wideman, Principal, Tal.
with the circumstances under which the lahassee, Fla.
assault was made and the course of the
trial, as reported in the newspapers at "Hle May While the SI Shlaes."
the time but even when found guilty There is a lesson in the work of the
of the charge against him, which was thrifty farmer. He knows that th#.
all right enough, there were circum- bright sunshine may last but a day
stances which should have inclined the he p res for the showers which are
court to the side of leniency rather so liable to follow. So it should be
than severity. Such a sentence as he with every household. Dysentery, di.
received savors more of vindictiveness arrhoea and cholera morbus may attack
than of justice. Had Taylor been tried some member of the home without \
in Tampa, the jury would very probably warning. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
have acquitted him and given him a era and Diarrhoea Remedy, which is
chromo besides. "Which is why we re the best known medicine for these dis-
mark," as we have done before, that esses, should always be kept at hand,
the immortal Pickwick didn't miss it as immediate treatment is necessary
very far when he said, "The law is an and delay may prove fatal. For sale
asa." by all druggists. *

A SEO9I 9T L omG9 ANi C33 S.
Florida's distinguilhedAttorney-Gen- The price of e gg in this city has
eral, Hon. W. H. Ellis, left the capital been high ail summer, and it would
last Tuesday for a well-earned and and the esaria oagi t to py wellns
much-needed season of rest from the in this ect Only for a short time
cares of his great office. in the spAing were they below twenty-
This writer is not the only Florida five cen"tsadosen, and they have been
editorwho has been watching the course Threatsdo that pri butwhatmonee.
of Mr. Ellis with Intense satisfaction, can be made in the chicken business fM
as numerous references to him in their anyone would go at the business sys-
columns from time to time have abun- thematically. But t takes work and pa-
tience at eniekken 2--9, and a little
dantly testified; and many of our breth- knowledge of the brain ll
ren, as we happen to know, unite with It is certainly a fact that eggs and
us the belief that he is made up of the chickens are hi-her than they should be
same kind of material as the now fa- in this part of the State. -Gainesville
mous "Folk of Missouri." Firm, yet Sun.
deliberate in his convictions, valiant The True Democrat has heretofore
and fearless in the pursuance of his urged the advantages and profit of
duty as he seen it-and he usually sees poultry farming for the people of this
it aright he gives promise of becom- region, and again repeats its conviction
ing, at a time when the qualities which that no industry is so well adapted to
he has thus far so brilliantly displayed this climate and none more likely to
are greatly needed, a real and much- yield a satisfactory profit upon moder-
feared terror to all evil-doers, and a ate investment than the growing of
public official who can always be relied poultry and poultry products.
upon to "stand for the right," no mat- In furtherance of the purpose in view,
ter who it hurts. we urgently recommend that those who
Compared with those who have beenare so situated as to be able to apply a
Compared witthose who have bef part of their time and attention to this
his predecessors in the same office for industry should send for some good and
the past sixteen years, Mr. Ellis can reliable poultry journal and give atten-
lose nothing in the way of reputation. t ion to the study of the requisites and
One of these, knowing intimately the appl tion to the study of the requisitessand
uncompromising attitude of all of Flor- practiances n of the industry. They will
idea's Democratic governors- Drew, practice of the industry. They will
day's Democratic governors Drew, find abundant encouragement from such
Bloxham, Perry, Fleming and Mitchell- publications, at well as from the ex-
concerning the binding force of a con- tremely remunerative prices which such
tract under the seal of the State, exe- products now bring in the home market.
cuted in good faith by the executiveprutnowbringinthe home market.
headof the State government, at a time Tallahassee Graded ahb High School.
when the struggle of the Democracy The exercises of this school will be-
with the worst lot of carpet-baggers gin on Monday, October 2, under the
(save on-) that any State was ever most favorably auspices in its history.
ursed with, was scarcely ended, re- During the two years just completed
ursed with, was scarcely ended, re- the enrollment has increased 64 per
gained in office for months after the cent; and the increase in the quality
Indian war claim fund reached the State of the wo.'k accomplished has been in
treasury, consenting to the repudiation about the same proportion. On account
of the great overflow in patronage, the
of such contract, and thus helping a board of public instruction has decided
corrupt administration to besmirch the to provide the most ample and approved
honor and sully the good name of Flor- facilities for conducting a graded and
ida by placing her among the repudi- high school second to none in the
atorh. To the faculty have been added six
No one who knows Mr. Ellis and who teachers who are graduates from some ok
has learned to like the manly way he of the greatest colleges of Virginia,
has of "striking out from the shoulder" Kentucky and Georgia; and who, by
ears of experience in the school room,
will ever believe him capable of imitat- Mave become eminently fitted for the
ing the example of another of his pred- work to which they have been assigned
ecessors, who went so far as to give an They have been selected with an eye
official opinion against such a contract singled upon department work, and the
Ss u a o board takes pride in announcing to the
mn the rery day upon which he assumed parents of Tallahassee and Leon county
the duties of the office, in response to a that but few colleges can boast of a
written request dated three days before more happy selection of teachers. The
he;whichopinion,a board has realized that this is an age
he was commissioned; which opinion, as of specialists and announcesthatin the

he well knew or should have known, faculty is a teacher who has spent
was in direct conflict, not only with years in becoming expert in the teach-
those of every previous governor, law ing of history and literature; another
officer and Legislature of the State, similarly prepared in mathematics, an-
other in science, and another, who has
but with a number of decisions of the had nine years of training in Latin and
United States Supreme Court, and at four years in Greek.
least one of our own supreme court. In order that those who wish to take
Attorney-General Ellis is one of the entrance examinations for the high
Aon.y-Genelschool grades, may have an opportunity
hardest worked members of the State of knowing what work will be expected
administration. He asked the late Leg- of them, a synopsis of the course of
slature to give him an assistant, prom- study for the high school department is
if they would, that he could prop- given as follbws:
sing, if they would, that he could prop- gNinth Grade-English grammar, En-
erly transact all of the law business of glish classics, prose composition, alge-
:he State, and thus avoid the indiscrim- bra, arithmetic (completed), history of
nate employment of "special counsel." England, history of United States (com-
which had so scandalized the Jennings pleated First ook in Latin, physical
sihich geography -
administration; but his very reasonable Tenth Grade-English grammar, En-
request was refused. Notwithstanding glish classics, prose composition, arith-
this, as one of the few real workers metic (reviewed) algebra (completed).
who have occupied his official position history of England, history and civil gov-
during the past thirty years, he will ernment of Florida, Caesar, zoology,
come as near as the best of his prede- botany.
cessors have ever done to the thorough Eleventh Grade-Rhetoric, English
and completeperformanceof everyduty classics, plain geometry, English his-
which the law imposes upon him. And tory, civil government, Cicero's ora-
the people of Florida may hope from tions against Cataline, Virgil (three
him still greater things than this, if books) Greek begun and twenty pages
any there can be. Xenophon's Anabasis read, physics.
.. ..-.-- Twelfth Grade-Rhetoric, rhetorical
We do not care to pursue the history and grammatical study of English clas-
and incidents of the Taylor case beyond sics, theme writing, plain trigonometry
its present aspect, save as its circum- solid gomet sr, united States history,
Virgil, Ovid, nabasis, Iliad, chemistry.
stances may react upon future events, An object of the school will be to pre-
but we cannot dismiss its discussion pare boys for the University of Florida
from our columns without reproducing and girls for the Florida Female Col-
the following expression from the able lege. The principal has been requested
nof n M aw the new ditr to ascertain from these two schools ex-
pen of Gen. E. M. Law, the new editor actly what is required for entrance to
of the Bartow Courier-Informant: the freshman classes and to have as
The case of Walter L. Taylor, who is his object the accomplishment of these
now serving a term of five years penal requirements. The principal will be
servitude for assaulting Congressman glad to talk with any students who may
Lamar, and on whose behalf the ladies wish to apply for entrance. It is pOs-
of Leon county recently presented a pe- sible that arrangements can be made to
tition to the State Board of Pardons, is give them special instruction for en-
sttracting general attention throughout trance examinations. Much can be ac-
the State. While we utterly condemn complished by hard work during August
the pistol-toting habit and believe it and September.

Neat Printing
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Creates a good iI
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MoroMtF Sbws ?inlher
WDteroration Since Last Declinc.


Corditin Was 771 i the June Report.
Attorney Gene:al Moody Talks of
Leak Scandal Investigation.

The following report on the condi-.
tion of the cotton crop was issued
by the statistical board of the de-'*art-
ment of agriculture in Washington at
noon Thursday:
"The crop estimating board of the
bureau of statistics of the depart-
ment of agriculture finds from the
reports of the correspondents and
agents of the bureau that the average
condition of cotton on July 25 was
74.9, as compared with 77 on June 25,
1905; 91.6 on July 25. 1904; 79.7 on
July 25, 1903. and a ten year average
of 82.6. By states the averages are:
"Texas 71, Georgia 82, Alabama 79,
Mississippi G9, South Carolina 79, Ar-
kansas 60, Louis.ana 66, North Caro-
lina 80, Indian Territory 82, Tennes-
see f0, Oklahoma 53. Florida 85, Min-
souri S5, Virginia 7s."
Attorney General Moody returned
to the capital Thursday morning and
waas at his desk in the department of
justi(e during the remainder of the
day. In speaking of the reasons for
bli return at this time, he said that
there were several matters of con-
siderable importance, which required
his presence, among them being
that of a successor to Mr. Cotton, who
recently was appointed United States
district judge in Oregon in place ot
Judge Bellinger, deceased. Mr. CGot-
ton had accepted the position, but for
business and private reasons has with-
drawn his acceptance.
There are several other matters of
trust litigation which require his a.-
tentlon. In answer to au inquiry con-
cerning the cotton leak investgatloa
the attorney general said that he had
been in cfose touch with the Investi-
gation from Its origin, but desired
a further personal conference wAit
District Attorney BeacLh
Mr. Moody said that Mr. Beach was
quite able to properly conduct the in-
vestigation without any assistance
from him _r any one, but that as this
was a matter of personal bouse olean-
Ing of the administration it seemed
fitting that the head of the depart-
ment of Justice should keep in close
touch should matters assume a per-
sonal risponatilll!ty with reference to
it and the presi lent and with the
The ertorney general had a ronftr-
ence with Mr. BDarh d-uring the day.
The ds'trilc attorney said that the
grand jury now invrstigattng the (ot-
ton leak would take a recess untUi the
15th. Ho explained that the adjourn-
ment of the grand jury was In cnse.-
quence of the fact that additional evil-
dence was expected from distant
points which could not be obtained
before that time.


Met De olWMle Tryig teo Stop Street
right-Wrdrr ntoded la JMl.
Mike AspenwaJl. city marshal, was
asssasinated at Baxley. Ga., Thursday.
by A. J. Chestnut. Chestnut was pur-
sued by twenty-five armed citizens.
who left their places of business to
prevent his f-scape.
He fir,':! twice'nn his pursuers, and
was shot through his left side with %A
rifle hal. HP w lodged in jail. He
said "blind tiger liquor has brought
me to this." Chestnut had a street
fight with one Luke White, when City
Marshal Aspenwatl Interfered and thb
shooting followed.

impression among your


In Georgia House by Dc:!sive Vote of
103 to 62- Measu:c in Now
Up to the Senate.
By the unexpectedly large vote ot
103 to 62, the Gtorgia house of repre-

tnd helps to give your sentadves Thurslay passed the child I
e. p 'labor b:ll by Mr. 3l11I of Fulton and
NO AT RKASONABLE PRICE4. after the announcement of the result
the measure was, on mot.on of the
JOB O PFFICE. author, ordered immediately trans-
r t minted to the senate.
I The galleries, crowded to the doors
With ladles and others who had man-
r iested a deep interest in the debate.
FEVER FArALAITI. UGROW. .gave vent to the.r approval of the
House's action in loud and prolonged
Hot Wcather creases IXtaity in applause. Frequently during the de.
ew k --w tw. Two bate similar outbursts of applause
New Orka--R)w Betwnca Two greeted eloquent expressions in be-
Go ON is UMbatL half of the bill1 And. once or twice
The yellow fever record in %w Or. Speaker Slaton threatened to clear
leans for Wednesday up to 6 p. m. the galleries unless order was main-
was as follows: tained. But the ladies were bound 'o
New cases 3 have their way, though they had the
Total cases to date. assistance of others in giving vent to
deaths na these expressions of approval of the'
Dteirnes: seatiments spol'n in behalf
Total deaths to date 79 oirnef : stme Oln half
of the mn.easure.
The situmion showed no material Prac'ically all tho amendments of-
change during the day. Of the d-eaths fvrel v wre df fa' .,! with tho excp.-
fo, r were in the Emergescy hospital, tic-n of one offrtdI lby th' comenni;tc I(
four in the original districts and three ;vrmittinc (hilhrr'u ,nhi'r 12 years to
in the Chari:y hospItal. 1 e ( mpoynil only whten their fathers
The impending hostilities between nr *"totally lo; e'idont upon them,
the states of Louisiana and M:sss.- the wor 1 to'anlh.- linit inso-ted. Fol-
slppi over the invasion by Governor lowing is tle text of the liLl as passed
Vardaman's quarantine mosquito fleet l,y the house:
and the armed guards stationed at "Section 1. 1e it ena ted hv tho
Pearl river, is not improved by tne general assembly if thle state of Geor.
statement given out by Governor Var. gia, and it !i her.v enacted by ail-
daman In Jackson, after his return thorlty of the Fan That no child
from the coast, where he went to in. tinder the age of 12 yeurs shall ihe
vestigate the situation. employed d at laor or in r about any
Both Captain Bosticl: and General factory or manufacturing +stabiish.
Perilliat submitted reports as to the wnt wirtoin thr s nfte, unless a wld-
result of tteir investigations. Both owe'd mother or a- or disabl d fi I
dispatched officers to the scene on their is totally de;..ndent upon the l
Wednesday, and they learned enough tlor of such child. or i c ase a child in
to confirm the fArst reports of the
to conrm the rt reports of the an orphan and has no other means of
armed invasion and the arbitrary ac- qnot.
tion of the Missisilpp. patrol boats No hil under the age of l year
In closing Louisiana waters to Iloul shall be so e mploy I under any .r
lana fishermen. The Rigolets draw- s
ctim tan'cas.
bridge, on which the Louisvillo and 2 e it further by t
Nashville railroad crosses. is five niles
from the Mississippi line. and ,dls- authority aforesaid. That it shall h
: ,nlaw ful for any onwn,.r. sHtl rint,,ni1-
tinctlyv in Louisiana Terrilory, rind unlawful for any ownet us irinteni-
does not even come under the terrn. ent orf o*hrr p anFi ctring in I ctalf
tory now in dispute before the su-
prome court of the United States. It lishnitnt to hire (r to viploy( any
was fond that a man named Blunt,. ich chlli un'esq there ;s f irovid-
claimung to be in charge of the Mis. ed and placed on file in the office of
s sslppi patrol In those waters, hd such an emp'oyer, an affidavit siKned
stationed himself on the bridge, arm- by the parent or guardian ,r lporso.1
ed with two shot guns, and forbade standing in parental relation therio.
the bridgekeeper from opening the certifying rp the age and date of birt h
draw to allow boats to pass out from of said child. Any person knowingly
Lake Pontchartrain Into Lake Borgne. furnishing a falie (ertif(iat' of tl.c
There are eighteen boats now at age of such child shall be (I (me 1
Ship Island, which were captured by guilty of a m s.lemeanor.
theW patrol and towed by the revenue "Sec. 8. ec It further ena(t .1 t y tho
cutter Winona to 3hip Island quaran. authority aforesaid, That no chiAd 1111
Une station. It is claimed that every der 14 years of age shall IbPe ,mployv 1I
one of these vessels was taken in or labor in any factory or manufar-
Louisiana waters. turning establishment within this s'ato
Another complication has developed Letween the hours of 7 p. in. and G
in the ar..ne connection. The British n. m.
C'ip Bray Head of the Head Lin.-. "'ee. 4. Be it further enacted liy the
after completing her cargo In Nev', authority aforn said, That from and af-
Orleans, stopped at the M'ssisslppl ter the lst (if Septcmlier. 19I7., no
side of IAke Borgne canal to get a child under 14 years of age< shall I)o
deckload of timber, but the Missis- employed d at labor in any a Itory or o
sipDi boats absolutely refused to al- manufacturing iow a tug to go to the mouth of Pearl tite unless he or hle can write t4-;
river to get the barge and rafts. The or her name and simple s Bray Head had to leave without the the English language. I
cargo, and the agents say the owners "Blec. 6. Ie it further enacted thv the I
wmi lay the matter before the Brit- authority aforesaid. That any prso-i
lah government. corporation or representative of such l
Governor Vardaman went to the corporet:on who violation any of th.',
cost Wednesday to investigate tha provisions of thin art shall lIe' Ifeemol 1
trouble, and on returning to Jackson. guilty of a m!siIemeanor. 1
gave out one of his characteristic in "P.or. A. he it further .nar', lv '*o 1'
tervtews, as follows: authority afo)r'aidl. That n"' ar t in' '
"Thi whole business is much ads piart, of ne's in onfltit with f :s a; *,
.bout nothing. I have re(olvd a til- are ht.rf'y ;:il, l"

gram from Govornor Blanchard saying
Stat the ML.is-ii.ppi quarantine K'grai
had cntrred Uii(on the territory (of
l.oin:sict.a. I wired (;ov rnor aiianc.hard
that this waR wi'hoit my know'.ledgg
or order and that I ,hould i(.e to it
that It was not repeated. All of Uhe
talk remInds me of some of tho ne,eans-
portrayed by Cervantes in that famous
romance, 'Don Quixote.' I repeat that
I shall not permit the people of oulas-
lana to violate the quarantine regula-
tions promulgated by the state board
of health of Mihrslsppl. It is my pur-
pose to increase the force of the
g.,ards and to double their vigilauce.
If the fever gets into MiSxlssippl
Madam Stegomyla will have to fly


Retired Weahlw ClergvOme Doestes $50,-
000 to Meltodeit March.
The Rev. H. T. Beese. a retired
minister of Snn Joic. ('al., has donat.
el $'.f(,' to the Wesleyan Methodist
church for r-duceting anlnisters arnd
mirn.;lnartep at the Wcaleyan s;ml-
nary at Hoiughton, N. Y. Ten years
ago he gave $40,000 for similar pur-
pose. A university may be founded
I with part of the money.

11If (IIAR11 ifalis% IO IRAGIvY.

Deadly Duel fonqht Bf~ Ofir;al, of a I', du
rfh I .*-'"%r e'or-mn.
At Pailinah. Ky, Thiiur liv,I it
lI vitw,, pri< i nt of the K nr'ir Mill and Lumlbr comrnanv, tmht tan.l
killed H. A. fHowe, who. until W,,lro.
dav night, had thwen prelePnt of th,'
foneern. It is said that Rose ha1 )lorin
selling limber tiv the rnr lod In ('h -
ca-o an'l ke'pl)ug the money, and this
repsilted in the tragedy.


SIltes Coeme to Coacislee Ihat Such a
G6atherinbe i i .ec.eerv.-
Information reaching official quar.
tern In Paris shows that the multan
ct Morocco, who first proposed an in-
ternational .onfertnce, now fears the
disrlumslrin nmrnit the rowr. w:11 r.

s;lIt in the 'l mrTinilmntb rentt of h1iis i'm
pire. Il l(' e', f ro er cjIl'l an asn mtiv
of (h ef:ainK. who formallyI vi(d,*!
that oulthld. in:terfenrene> in Morcca j
affairs was not necessary. The sultan i
has since shown opposition to 'the
holdlng of a conference.

when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. You'll find all sorb and kindsat
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IMetedR Every FRIDAY Mornng.

With 3000 dentltas about to be grad-
It behooves all people with
uastble to hang on to them, ad-
slaobes the Hartford Poet.

Alfona. hua made King Edward
orary colonel of a Spesish regl-
L Now why shouldn't Mr. Roo e
l become honorary colonel of a
lsdron of Coesacks, or titular chief
a battalion or Jinrlkisba trotters?
a the Buffalo Couriur.

That agrkulturd Is being onsidereor
necessaryy part of school work is
t by the legislative action of eW-
I states. Virginia, North Carolina,
th Carolina, Georgia, Tenaselee,
bama, Mississiplp, Louisiana and
chraska have passed laws requirilsg
culture to be taught nla the

For weeds, Individual humanity is
able. They can be cut down "er*
a can blight or sorrow fade." To
Oglet to do so is to Inflict a grier-
ce upon others. It is to offend so-
ty and the law. The municipality
Id take delight In enforcing In
case of weeds that measure of pro-
ion which Is denied it, alas,
lnst the vagrant fly, concludes the
tiasa City Star.

The motto of one of the oldest and
steamship lines in the world is
A. good voyage is a sale voyage."
e captains of all the ships of that
be have that before, their eyes., a
ending consolation against aiy tirno
.ord. They know that the prize. las
t "to get there,." but to come Inn
ith every ormn aboard anud unhlar'nefl.
mierlcan railroadN need the safflty
admonition, declared tlhe Ifllanapolln

"Women arn an a whol e'ss truthh-
I than ni'in," soi says it woman, anI
lace aihe is a woman, of (iit rm ier
ltement miay lnot lee trien', obl>.'rve'e
ie IAIInlon T'lelgranph lint lhol de's
ot iean to lie un)' tidl. If thi' wo fi-
are le "lsn trluthflil" It IK, I04 y)'
aveo no doubt already dllvlied, mi'i's
tilt. "An ordinary woman," hlie ex-
lainl4, trainedd to Ie''p eeomrie one or
her Itn authority in a g(oo.) ltepii r,
anot lbe expeite'(ld lo Ie as frrik or
rellablle a itman."

The annual report for the calendlar
ar 1904 on emigration from Irelan'l
bowm that the total number of |I)r-
a leaving Irish ports w.u 37,41.'). a
crease of 3244 from the' number nl
states the Cunrular Reports.
rer were 17.594 males ulitl 1.2 l fe-
alle wwhoi en gratel d In!0I, enti I :l
r(e nt were between tlie ages' of 15!
aBd 35; the percentage over :C:. ye'ar
f ago wan 7.:. anid of rhililrn iiiiler
5 years '. 'rThe colle'tlion oef etitt I-
i1c1 of Irish emingratlon was lIegKn
May 1, liNi2. and In tlhe .:3 yearn saltine
ben the number of emigranmts Ii ie
en 3,997,913i. The h iglhe'st uanninl
ga iratlon was I'.i,),1332, In IN,'.', aml
te lowest waM 32,.tl, In 1'59..

it Ia Imxonthible teo sty what form
at the apple or 'rat) apple was the
Original ancestor of our niultlvateel ap-
plea. Certain It is that the Alhe'rlan
,ype of crab Is very an.lent, anel It
does not appear as thoRugh the htra.'-
tOristlcw of this 'rasb nr, feunil In
saay of our cultivated applls The'n,
Mlain. arthaeologllst have dlm'eover.d<
|m the residences of the ancient lake
dwellers of Swltaerland petrlfled spec-'-
mneas of the apple, which are ,on elh

uiably smaller, It ns tre, than the
average cf our apples of today, btut
aet aa small aa Lady and Pommee
Orim. both klnds of which we grow
Bad prise In this 20th century. In the
ht seatury a new race of crab hy.
a has appeared In the United
a These all contain the charar-
stristic of the cmab, apparent to such
* degree that their genealogy In read
ily recognized. Having theda kinds,
they do not strongly support the the-
ofT that the cultivated apple sprangj
from the crab apples we know and
eltiUvate today. Of comtse, it is pos-
4dble that the crab which gave birth
to the apple has long ilnoe disap-
peared. Whatever the original form
fas, It would hardly be recognizable
the greatly Inipruvedi \urletlis of
O present time.



Roosevelt Presents Jap and Ruslan
Commlsstoers to Each Other.


Cefmooy To00k Place on B rd the
Mayflower ad htildt Acted as
Gracous lest.

History was made toIn Oyster Bay
Presldelt Roosevelt, on behalf of
the UnJled StateN and Its people, ers
tended formal greetings to the repre-
sentatives of Rusasia and Japan. In-
troduced the ple I potentiaries to one
another, and entertained them at an
elaborate luncheon at which Russians
and Japanese fraternized with one en-
other and as comrades rather than en-

Luring the luncheon Prei!ldent
Roosmevelt proposed a not-able toast, in
which he expressed the earnest nope
and prayer,. In the Intrest not only
of these two great powers, biut of all
civilized mankind, that a just and last-
ing peace may apsiedily be conclude, I
between them.
The ocesion was impressive. It was
attended not by pomp and ceremony,
but by a simplicity and franknmss chat.-
acterlatic of the president and the
people of America. Duise honor war p.iJ
the dlstlnguished guests of the pres-
Ident and i'f the country, and they were
received with all thie dignity to which
their exaltid rank enttltlod thmn. The ,
day was ideal.
The handsonie war yacht, Mayflow-
er, one( of the most beautiful ves-
soI4 of the Unilteid Htates navy, on
which the formal reie'ption of the Rei-
Pian and .lapinentiS pleinlpottitnlar!ie
took plaet', swiig i eaisly at anchor
Jii it at the' entraneis of Oynter Hay
from Iong Island ioun i).
In order that int q j OtionH of p)rtc--
fdence i'shouild arie .it was d'tern iln-
il Ithut th linchoeonu hlicuill hi" tImf-
fet firllclion. In this way wvas avolileil
thie iioi rme'y of m'atling the erinvoys at
table with lirN' pre'l lit. o N -t al.-
Ire',se'e, we're' d(i|i'.'re'i
'Pa;ron Ko1 n ira pre',eterit'd to the
IPre'tliel'llt t .ie IV. 'v, fil11e III I),4e' I of hi.u

'lIhi iprorlil 'nt theIn Intl ril'r '', I t he
I nvotys t the l army iV tinnl i '1 offi.e'.rs9
present, after which, with Hllron K'o-
:im ra aindl .M nil lt'r 'Filkuh .lta. hu r,-
firme l Ie aln ilnll et-ilitn feor a lrt l'f
(oini nli Il l!oI n 1.r1 or lt thile al rl't:i of
the Ituoesloi n iilelon
The (riti -,r ('hCattiano()ga, tilt the
I(us8laiI (e'ivoys cii) lM 'arI,l anlichore'd
a third of a nilel from the Mayflower
at 1:0)I p. ti.. and lIftl'en iulnuton later
the Ch( IttatiM c ga's nlin,'te'i' glull nal -
lute annotinf til the deiartiire of theo
lllasslans for the Maytfow.'r. A few
minutes alte'rwardl the form of M.
W Ifte., llm la' chief ilo-nipol entlary.
nppear'ed lt the Mtarloaird Kgangway
of tlte Muytteowevi IeA wa followed Iby
llntron It ,nr'ii, tl li ii siin nrnihl a-
Ioer. sit l u econi ]eirc erivov. nn I a 'lIi,
n, niit l ihee of hi st ilts-% 'Tl'h i'v i're r -
'lve' pI I. nicly r thIe ,l;Ip:ti 'Me' hai,
I e' 'n.
After re' civ.ng 'hl e nu int e'i 'r. of the
peIle' ald lereepr, ri' lInt all In iturII to
his lerehldentiil xMule's. the prresIdent l
then lbroutght tie trwo re'I, cf envoy'
together, Intro)dil ,,ns ihemi fornially to
line anoth r
The c'eretiony endledl. the president
returned to Hunnuo)re 11111 and the en.
voys boiardled ve:Heln !n waiting and
be'gani the j)irn',v Io l'orletmoith.


While t(beekq Robbers Iheey Shoet *rd
Woeund thre' IlIeocet Peeple.
FYour omecrs oif the C'hiago poltre
fcirc't' Haturelay niht e,'nt a fusllade
of shots after two robbery who had
stolen goodIs valued at $23.00 from S

baggage car standing In the yards on
West Hlxteenth street. The thieves ton
raped without their mooty. but three
in orent poerons were shot by the of-
fiet'r, none serIonsly, however.


Proleesr O eDpe"dd ts tlr ae Jie.
jts *e a W e Ceas". .
In the presence of 3,00 people, Pro-
feuoSr Ono, JapDMSdS listrTctor of ilu.
jitsu at the Annapolis naval academy,
defeated "BRi Tom" rishble of Madl.,
son county, N. C., In a mixed wrest-
ling match at the audkorlom In Ashe-
Thri Jap weighed 207 pounds and is
6 frett 6 1-2 Inches high, while Frlible
tipped the scales at 3U96 pound. and is
G feot 5 1-2 Inches high. The Amerl.
can uted vatch as catch can tactls.,
while the Japanese expert relied solo-
ly on Jlu.Jltpti.


?P.) 'n:it aa Bdovcd C tizn of tf:
Empjc State of the South Gxs to
is wara.

Captain Evan P. Howell, former
mayor of Atlanta, and one of the most
widely known and distlngulshej citi-
zens of Georxia, died Sunday after.
noon at the family residence In At-
The end came calmly and peaceful-
ly. Unonec ousneus, Into which he
sank, late Stturday afternoon, was un-
troken to the end. During the past
three weeks Captain Howell suffered
with a carbuncle between his aboul-
drrs, this trouble belDi accompanied
by dishetes.
Captain Howell Is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Julia E. Howell, and seven
rhildren-Hon. Clark Howell, Jr., Hon.
Altert Howell, ir., Mmr. Robert ,'.
Foreman., Mra. Ida 4gmwr, Miss Ross-
lie Howell, Mrs. Byron Bower and
Evan P. Howell, Jr. His brothers
ar' Colonel Albert Howe!l, Sr., Charles
4. Howell and Clark Howell, Sr. His
miterA are Mrs. Naraa Lyon and Mr.s.
Park Wx)dward.
News of tile death.of ('a:;,tan How-
e'! spread rapidly through the city
au.'i during the afternoon hundreds
(alle I at his home to pay their re-
pr'tsi to h's memory. During the late
aff rnoon and evening 'ho hotue an'l
front. yard were r rowdedl. Among thlij
(allprs were governorr J. M. Terrell,
all stated house, om(cals, who were in
Atlanta and many city officials.
Many old coufederate veterans were
among those who visited the' residence
to view for the last time the face of
their war-timel omrade, who had been
their friend, both during thoe war and
during the forty one, intervening yearn.
Of ('ap'ain Kvan P. lloweli, "Fam-
m;m Amnr.,"an Men and Womien" ha.
thi to say, among other things:
"An eloqui'ent orator, a jouirnaliit
(of iar- al) lity and a liurriot whoas
le art Im full ofr :ove and devotion for
is ucoin!n rynt'n, Evan 1'. How'll ;.4
< ,r of those most d.s'linguihed men
,f, the Hmith. Captain Howell is a na-
1:,Ve ifr Forsyth (now Miltoni) curny,
(;,',:'gila. At thf' age' of I ye' ars hi'i
father Linv,.i to Atlanta. He re' the oson
pa.' i w lih istin(tc tlon throughh the'
i, inii)on s'tI(ho Military I l :t ; e'0 at Mur' i'a In .,t,'.
f.\fre ,c')tri t]lign a twoae ;ir.' <(')ut ,
I,' l'l c t Io an lv'r.vi]:,'-, w iu !'r i '
i ".i'l law I i'll the' -r l of thie y, ir
I-, A e t ';:or r hi" l L thi lel' ipra:'-
' \ e" )f i;nw, w lilvh't Ait' ..'e'rr e'ild iv
ti rI '*h! .nI| o ) or)f luh :vil w ar. 11 '
S, : *. I n I,. (e'r 'i a 1 1t ,
;"i' ;4 ',le'riy .' ri elant anrd W'Is
l[)|I')ll; ,',| 1 a i 11 'l I ll', I hr 0 'r th l x -
lli l(n Pe f ai n't rim)ni'h. Ie- was liromiio'e' I
to1 th rani< or firs' 'llioute'r nti and i"-
t z' the. il ni year li' r modle'Id', i
lith e )ollipanly 'ia li t.'amn H, Its captain.
After tihe war he li rve"d a trrnm i.
dolleltor general, II, was elrcteil to
th' state Hsenalte in 173,. and was re-
s leo'td for a ec('onel term. In 1975 ho
purchased a controlling Interest In th"e
Atlanta C(onstituton, and became Its
f ditor-in-chlef."
T'nder his giildance The Constltn-
'1,0n at oner Inl;'l Into j'romilnen'e
s ;I :ta' !ilaonal A'As t'pi r. }I' I ',so'ire' l
for the' Pi)P"r .t1 '! ('harndl.r Harr:-.
Fran 1I.. Stinti!n an i late r hlite r'
W. (rnaly, whose', hrlliance was e'icwt-
ple'd withi thc xeh1vrtive ability and
he ,itle mIPiinae'm,'n' of ('ap'aln How-
I lto piln e The' ('its'ltutlion anion"
tire toremnis: ne'ws;>aae'r.i of the (coin.

About 1 97 he sohl h!n interest In
the' piper, and retired from artlvo
le):niness. althoighli he has never
co(seed to bxe prominent In public life
In 1902 he was called upon by num-
rnus prominent ctih.ens to make the
race for the mayoralty of Atlanta. and
his eandildacy proved so popular that
h" was overwhelmingly elected.


Tows le Ruasle Pee14d fieseciel Victi oe
Iere S9edveof See1*..
Advice' from Opatoff. Russ!an Po-
land. ate that early Sunday morn-
Ing the local treasury was attacked
ny forty armed men. wno killed or
wounded all the watchmen guarding
the buildings. The robbers secured
$10.000 and escaped to the mountains.


Madd lise O eweuse Regmuletse Show

As a result of the Inestiattlen made
by the naval brigade. Governor
Blanchard of Loulalsoa has Issued or.
ders to Captain Ilostick to see that
aivlagation in l.ousla'na waters was
not interfered with.
Wolverine It, a shbooner, under
command of Lieutenant Armstrong. as
looking after Loulistana Interests in
the Rigolpts. It is stated that a b.-
lannch, the (race. has been taken In
charge by the louilWlaa authorities
for juard purposes.


Dealer In Hardware, Stov, Tiewa Wagm

Carriages and all Kinds of Agrloultural Implements,

Sugar Mille and KettleA, MIII and PlumberW Sp-

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Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
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fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip-
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All orlers will recolve prompt
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Office, Shop and Lumbor Yard on

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Prices reasonable.
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ima auhJ

Florida State News.

Davis Tragedy Remains a Mystery.
The grand jury at Miami finally
completed l:s labors and has been
.d'&charged. Several Indictments
were brought In for various offenses.
The last week ws saent la try., l to
curee evidence to conv,ct the mur-
derers of Charles H. rev.s and his
lovely daughter lEsle. The grand
jury. assisted by Sheriff Frohoc-.
.made every possible efort to Sad out
who the murderer or murderers were,
but with no avail. The mystery sur-
ro6uding th:s awful crime is as ua-
fathemab;e before the coroner and
graad jury begaa their investigations.
'The coroner s Jury, composed of the
leading men of this section, made ev-
ery effort to unfathom the mystery,
eal at the ct.ivening of the grand
jury, all the evidence they had sa-
cured was turned over to th!s body
and pany additional witnesses have
Leen examined, but so far as fasten-
ing the guilt of the awful crime on a
person or persons, taeir Livestiga-
t ons have Troven a failure. The
grand jury has turned over to the cor-
oner's jury -all additional evidence
they have secureJ and recommended
that they continue their invest.ga-
ticns. It is rumored that there will
te an additional X51i) reward offered
by the members of the family for evi-
deuce that will bring tae murderer or
murderers to j:'.st!ce. The affair thus
far has been shrouded in mystery, un-
lathomable and unaccountable.

Mansion Comm;tte: Stl;I Undeolded.
The governor's mansion commission
have so far considered but two deft
n:te proposit:os sutmAtted them, the
Knott and Sixon property, an- de
eldel taat not ona.- the coaven!ence
of the occupins of he proposed man
silo. tut of the public also. demand
ed a more central and convenient .oce
tion than either of the sites offered.
The comm'sson. therefore, adopted
Ute following resolutou:
"Resolved. Tiat nore of t''e sI ev
offered to the commission for the Io.
cat!on of the governor's mansion are.
in the opinion of the o0u1B ssaon, suit-
able s:tes fcr the permainen: teeaston
of such a build n; as would be .
pride to the cltiteem of Florlds and
an ornrmen' to the city of Tallahas.
Eee, and thbt the coaim:ms:on adjoiran
until su"h time as a suitable site
offered for the acceptance of the cnm.
mis on."

Contrary) to expec:ti'on. th.re,
was on!:' one ru'l.fled bid for the coDt
tract lor the state printing. when the
LoarJ of (oai:n!s3ioners of site Ins:i.-
tutions met the past week in Tal.a-.
iias-ee. Ta.s was the hid of the Cap:til
Publishing companyy of Tallahassee. to
whom the contract for the state work
for the ensuing two years was award-
ed. The contract cover all the depart-
ment an-d legislative work. except the
printing of the supreme court reports,
contractt for which was let to the Re'-

Only Against infected Districts. ord Publisaing companyy of St. Ai-
The AX.so o ated Press sent oil th:o gustine. The bidders in this l nst:. ce
following dispatch from Ata.ita, Ga were' Ca:'.tal Prblishin; cr:n,'::.
Re;lyi.ig in an inqu.ry whether th- Ta'lahas.ee: E. 0. Painter ( omnipny,
s.ate of Florida has been quarantined PreLbad; John G. Collins, Tallahassee.
;sgalr.st Atlanta, on account of the
yellow fever, as state by the Jack-
.sonville pa;ers of \Wednesday. Dr. The suit to quit ti e, bro,;ht by
.Joseph Y. Por'er, state health officer. o. Hm iioni and \V. C. Bakey
:.t Tampa, :- :h(' following me. sage Town company. L. B. PaCsons and .
to the Asso :a iL Press in Atlanta: Town toipany..I.. B. Pasons and l.1
"Florida has not quarantinel A. Williams, and whkit9 i siead to In-
:,gains> an: place exvcept New Orleans he eiti towa ot Cedar Ke'. .
:nd the' inf-crt district in ,Lol.,s.an ~ no catl ing very inuch excitenm nt
k;;' reiltr,''. a;] pas-enge:'s enteri.U4 r worry a1.o: g ta' li'p'l who aRt
the :-tate to pr iiotl: .sat:ta.,ory and lt s I:I t' at is d efn an:,
(cnfirmatro.- ,.. ldelc 'ita t;.'. hav,- r a- t:,;r' ,W n, will ;' o
itot I een .'n N N %v' ()r.vaun- fo :1 lay., I i i ,, i .
je u *(;ci ", de ',t',' l; :e'w tih.' ori inal Pia:-
if 'V L:o .s r > ( (;: i (Iw ii i') ; .- :1 '. I
:s a >a I '.r -t t.: of ('.lar
The' a i t cf the' Ia v; e, and w o i -t i .,ty that 110 1'1
i~j;)i rs was ore as.oniel by a family en- . a*il t.-t.; )ha t
t,:in.< t 1. .::', f1,: N ,* ()Orl t e ntl..e o?. 'ie s : cI l te 1l
)\ v.av ofi .\'l.tita. Tic* t'amn iy \\ % ,:n : t, ax:nl.,l t c .:,: a
prom;,PI ; i'aced itilc':" ;c < : and
quarantimn'l no ar that city. T':I. fa t :at the Forila s:prem; e ,
r ::r;t ha: '(,irendere.i a decision .lec!ar-
Imvortant Railroad Deal. in,- :c 'law' passed at the recent l'o.'
An important deal wa.. male at iNla lo.:s:at ,re and known as the Avle.
('alnesvill- :.ast Monday, when the' ry Jim: crow law unconstitutional,
Gaineaville and Gulf railroad, was sol,l ausm',l general rejoicing among ti ,
to F. M. Simonton of Tampa, A. P. ,egroes in Penuacola when this fact
Stmckey and B. W. Blunt of O.aiz. I:.c'ame known. During the past thre-e
The road runs from Sampison City rOMonths, or since the passage of the
to Falrfield, 4S mnies. connecting with .'aw se-aratung the whites and no.
the Georg.a So'ithern and Florida at ;.ro)es, he latter have boycotted th'
sampsi(on'Cty. str'et railway, refusing o r.dle u:-
The construction of the road leegan le.s to oc(uil) seats with thte white'
in i 85 .ind (nridel In 190. I: l~ said I'-o; '. X w, however, they ire al-
tat the' (;bo F t: xin railway .-; ih rk o' noS !. o n-.0nopo)iz'i'g t'.- _u* e; ltp i r in I w i; 1 .i 1 0I t Tan:- i .m Oc('('l.r': iT:( o I e ..-e o:;. a'.e
a t a cnrc.. !* wil! s..:nr*e-i the d ; 'a' i. the l t'io 0e o the' c'r. o:.'' ie>r.
i;:nre to Tr>.-npa fiorm the wst r.early t 'cn asi ilks4S ;1.t'i : Wh..un t:.e ;aw v,'t..
-Ai m is. I Tx ',r ct iil t'a wor0 l I' 'I .

o t.' toll a.h w i.! h'e '' immelt-

The tr."v1 .n~ public h's I weu noti-
fTed by the' .i;r' a's that the state of
Florida has quiarantine'l against tho
r'.ty of New Orleans. Psssengers
fr'm all points for Flori1a wil'l e re-
quired to present to health off.ee:s
on trains t the state t order -healt'i
ei'rtlf~cates, or other satisfactory evi-
dente. that they have no t een In any
infected d'sWr: lavs prior to the date of the (ertifi-
cates. Heilth certiflea'ts munst he is-
.;si:p 1 :' otherr the state or local
health off cer.a, maygr of towns, or
citit's, cr hv iustire of the peace. Pa'-.
.sengurs are r ques.'e for their own
S l:rotect:on to provide themselves w.tth
health r(rtlfl;ates, no matter where'
they inay te traveling from or to.

Two new rallroid ordinances have
been titrod-tced In the Pensacola city
(oundcil at a special meeting of that
body. One grants the right of way and
water fron" tpr:vileges :o capitalista
who are to construct a road between
Piesoorla and Andaltuson, a which
potat' the Central of Georgia touches,
and tht ehber to local men who ase
,rh.eh:d the Inove to construct a road
to Memphis. It is understood that sur.
veys are being made. and work upon
the mean a.ne is to commence before
'Mrch 1, or else the rights granted
will te rsetinded by the council.

In the 1ond election held !.i bUke
catv the stancee of $135.N(< 3 of citv
improvement bonds was authorlzeI.
There 'were 1R votes for *ld 7"
against bondrl. There Is g-r-: j:bi:'a-
V on over e.' result.

On ai ")"nt of :fe arrest of Dr. DL -
e itt. a';i; of te' Forld-i !-tate boa-el
of he-l.h, I)v the mayor of Folkston,
(a, Stat Healt'. Officer Porte'r In

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By People of New Oren n Fih

By People of New Orleans in Fight
Against Fever.


President Vccepts Task aol Wires 0-
ders to Surgeon Geanral Wrmin.
Fcrer Status Friday Night..

With no Intention of admitting tho
fever altuation to be beyond control,
but, in the hope of reviving confi.
dence in the city end the south, the
official and business interests of New
Orleans, Friday, decided to send a re-
quest to President Roosevelt to hav.
the United States government assume
charge of the struggle now progress-
ing to wipe out yellow fever trotu
New Orleans and Louisiana. Public
sentimenit approves the action taken.
President Takes Action.
A W%'ashingon spvecal says: Presi-
dent Roosevelt Friday night forwarded
to Surgeon General WyNman of tb 0
public heal:ih and mxar!ine service'o a
telegram from Governor i-inchard of
Louisiana, requesting that the o'nited
States government takl controll of thlie
yellow lever situation in New Orl'anis.
The pr's. lent directvli the s irgeon
general to take every st'ip in lis pow--
*'r to meet the stI. ua .o: in New Or-
leans andi to notify h iu w1 iat fuirt!ih r

at:ion is arl IstWhle andiu pl;?sil>e for
the'; fe'li ral aiut: oi)it s te) tai,'. Tl'h
tvlo:zra n s ,. ftll, i as toI)Ilows::
"ItHa\ fI ,llo .v.n4 I, i' r.L n f'l()rotil
Governor if llain'ha;trd (of Lo tii;.s'iit 'At
a joint inw'rt!.11 of rielprIsei r 'a.!t 1 .l'v. of
fill (c(ioler' ial bodies s of ilie city (.f
New Orleans and w' her :;ro)ninti'l tI r-
sons, at wnh h Iwer'e i'present tihe may,)r
of the (city. th' slate health authori-
ties and the lrpresidenit of the Ne'w Or-
leans Pnarish Meidlial association, the
following ie.oluit.on was adopted:
"'That this meeting endorse the
proposition to ask the United States
government to take control of the yel-
low fever situation In New Orleans,
snd that the governor of the state
and the mayor of the city be request-
ed to take Imir.dilate stops to carry
thin propo:t'.on :nto (ffc"t; f-:rther.
that the I-.ear';- c.:-op"ratlon of th,'
state andl city health boards and the
parish menl:c'al ,o ltlen and of th ,
merchants nnd p),opl!e gen e rally h''
pledged In st,'h action as may lie
taken by the government.
"'I am -enles:ed( by the mayor of
the city, the presidents of the state
and city boards of health and )by a
committee of prominent citizens to

s r:c el 1):. D.gg 't to move th,, de- .transmlt the above resolution and re-
tention cimp from Foll:.,o.t to ('amp quest you to take over on behalf atf
Perry. inside the Florida line. The the federal government, through the
act.en of te' Folkston mayor in a-. proper channels, the yellow fever sit-
test ng Dr. Diggett may case a con- uation at New Orleans. This I now
troversy Ietween the' F:orida and do. and urge speedy action on your
Georgia authorities. So far as Dr. part. N. C. BLANCHARD.
Porrr has teen informel, D gge t .'Governor of Loulisana.'
wrc; a:re'ved for stopping pas:ieaiera. "Please take every stop in your
power to meet the situation at New
Orleans and comply with the request
The vuclu:n.e of lpm.en.s of cigars of the governor and the other author.
fr)m the Tampa factories climhLs con- ties and n otIfy me what further so.
t nually upw rdi. The shipmentA for tion is advisable ani possible for the
the week end n; J;ily 29 were 4.350,- federal authorities to take. Would like
,o)0. To al saipm.-ns from January full report from )ou as to what should
1 to the end of last week aggregate be dene. Please confer with the star.
119.'.I).000. For a corresponding pe- Sgon generals of the army end navy
r;od of last year the shipments were In your judgment. this to wise.
101.295.000. making an increase for "THEODORE ROOSEVELT.'
the present: .ear of over 13.5)00.000. Dr. Wyman acknowledged the pres-
--- dent's telegram and will make a res
Craig Ph'llips of Tampa appeared port to him.
before the s ate board of pardons and
submitted the ease of ward "E.l jWS NAVE VMIA W TN WT1t.
lAmb of Manstee county convicted ot ---
murder tf C. D. Kennedy and ne:i- Riseles Eavey is e ed to Aslsertoe Co**
tented to deth. Application was made Mise of obrews In eCe ry.
for commututlon of death -entence to Improving the opportunity offered by
I fe impr.ronment, which was re. the presence In New York of Sergglue
fus e.l. Witto. the Russtan peace envoy, a del.
--- egaUoa of the most prmoimet Jews
F. H. Nile's of Chicago repiesent- ti the country met ritsay to briagl
long the Fea'herstone Foundry sand before Mr. Witte the question of the
Machine Company, was in Tallatl better treatment of Jews. The delega-
see the past wtek to have a confers tioe was headed by Adolpht Kraus of
enae with the governor, submitUnq Cheago., president of the commltte e
pr!ees for Tre d;es to be usej in thi of h he ladeOpeadet Order f a auJ
greit v.-r'; '-r (ra:nln;; th;e E.c'-- D'rith.


The Cost of Building and Operating
40M000 Miles f Its Carrylng System.
Detailed Information u to the cost
of building anJ oporatalg pipe lines
is not now available, and no oeclil
figures have ever been published show.
Ing the total mileage of existing plpt
lineas-because It is the settled policy
of the Standard to keep these facts
securely locked agalast public scr't.
iny. But the Investigation of 1899 de-
veloped two very significant admis-
sions. In that year Mr. Rockefester
stated, under oath, that "to perfect the
pipe line system transportation re-
quired in the neighborhood of $30.000),.
00 of capital." In the two years Im-
mediately following-1900 and 1901-
the cash dividends declared and paid
by the Standard Oil Company amount-
ed to $96,000.000-nearly double the
sum neede to "perfect" the entire
pipe line system then lu use, and with-
in $4,000,000 of the entire capital of
the company, which Is $100,000,000,
That clearly demonstrates the low
cost of pipe line construction, as re.
lated to the enormous profits of their
In the same year, 1899. lenry FH.
Rogers testified as to the existing;
mileage of the Standard pipe lines:
"We probably have 35,000 miles or
more scattered all over the country."
Sinco that time m't y additions andl
extensions have hetn laid in every
oil field in the Unitod States; the oil
regio.as of Kansas and Indian Tee:'.i
story havo begin largely developed, and
a trunk lIn' Is hIuildling from the Ka~ia-
sas fields t ( Chhieago. Thui we are
entirely safe In ass'inming that fully
4.,0,0n miles of pipe line are now onu-
bracel In thte 3tuandard (il syst em.
Thi4s 1 ieanis S.inmlply that thoe Stani-
n'd 01il ('(Cinfl tny now I oW in couplee) o,
;irl)itra;'y atil c *excl' siv e' iC, ti(I of
tiIIre' ]ic .'.' of t) i ;' >.i))po;'tit toen f r'i liti '.

t'in! thl're r of the 4
.s i 's, .' i I' ith wrl.,
(ot'fc'l. l i4ii ;'t'.', ;.. ro;,

Ity. s :, ''i1114 I
P i .-1tyl%\ ni]ia . . .
Now York C'ontral.
D3.tlltiror o ndi Ohhlo.

Grand totals

r' lu 190t 1:lru

'Filac 1
If 1eu.7 1:1.1 1
Aw 4~8 42 7,15S

li1nt oil ISi cheWp, you say? Ye;
nielihit cheat pe'r thin it used to he, bo-
culiih, of the niormnoui incrediM) In
product'ion- --but not nearly so cheap
as it would be*m undur free and fair coux-'
pet it Ion.

The Difference.
o'r wore Iple'.4e'l with an intaince
We rcaeri icrot:s4 the other day of th.,
i r iillines' of an attach a' the Hrliti ,
lErn!)asy In St. Pe e'.-s'mr At di:n.
tier at the palace h)' hvt the, miIsfer-
tine to iit)m t et ih!A l ti rr : t.
"Falt-on 'el, t on Angl-,terr,'o" akoid
the ('Czir from th( oth r ilnd of tho
table. "Oh, yes." came the anriswr,
oit In England. "on no le renimar ue
pas."-lmndon Si turdav Rovifew
W ill It )he, po.sibloe for Wadlelg'i ,
to re-ove-r from that railroad act.l-
dent ?"
"Well, the doctors say no. but the
lawyers saty >)e."-.-Mlwaukee B Au

shows Us Kaisw What Iroe to Stick To
Forwarding a photo of a sploie'nldly
handsome ntud healthy youngii bou. a
liappy inotlihr writes froni ai Oio01
"Tohe encloseil pli.ture ahows my 4-
year-ohl <;rnpe-Nuts boy.
**'lne( lhe wan 2 yesrs old he has est-
en nothing but Grape-Niuti. lie de-
mandis and ets this food three times a
day. This may seem rather unissual.
but hie doe' not care for anything else
after I e 'sas eaten his Irape-Nnits.
which he UsPS with Inilk or cream, and
then w is through with his meal. KvenI
" On Tiseakagivting Day 0e eotunsd tar-
key iand all the good tbllagt that mnke
up that great dinner. amnd ate WUs dish
of (rape-Nuls nand reasm with the best
results n l nione of theI evils that the
other foolish members of the family
"I.e is ever slek. hns n beautiful
rcomlexima. mud is ceIaldered a very
handsome boy. a ly the Testum Coma-
pany prosper and long continue to far-
niah their wholesonle food." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,.

There's a reeon. If.1 the little
book. "The Moad to Weclvlllr." I'i
ev'ey pk;.





Fresh ffNt.






Practical Plumbing.

Tin Work of ll Kinds.




Another Sensation Lausched by Mrs. See-
lord Who Reistateset tr Attoreev.e,
The jury resumed the consideration
o! the Sanford case at Rome. OGa., at
. o'clock Saturday night, Mr. Bran
don having returned at that hour from
attending the funeral of his mother.
Mr. Brandon. on his return, went Im-
mediately to the Jury room and con-.
mlehorat!on of the case was resumed.
At It, o'clhxk. sm eeng there was lit-
tlo hope of a verdi-t duralng the bight,t'
.lijdge WITright left for his home in the
country. Hi' stated that he wquld re-
ceive no verdict, i( made, until Mon-
(lay morning.
One, of the most dramatic state-
niie It.- !n connection with the tr;al was.
the do laxatlon (;f Mrs. lakfornl I1il
t h Is iutt.e!y indifferent as to the fate
(f her spoutso. She also affirms that 9g
hi n wronged bhr lawyer, i .S i
innd., wh)m It was reported would
It retalnl Ilonugr sbe her alJvIuL
Ssiunael, and In fact. wlahes
(t nt lne to represent her. saying:
"I wa uinduly nfituenced Into mak.
Ing the nrcoaement. a.0i I consented
in nheer Ie'pop.rat.on. It wans altnat
my judgment and my sonse of Justice
to Mr. (opeland. In truth. I am a lone
woman with no one t1 turn to in this
hour of my nore need. When my hus.
hand's brother came with protest.
tions of friendship and offers of be:p,
I felt I must lean on this support.
"But I Know I have wronged Mr.
'opeland. and have done him a grave
injustlce. He may have been at fault
In giving out my divorce cane before
It was file:. but that fact does not Jus-
tify me In repudiating hiM services
when be has been one of the few who
have been kind to me in this hour.
"I want him to continue as my law-
yer. and I think I ran explain to him
the pressure brought to bear to force
that statement out of me agalast my
will. I did not realize thea fully ItS
significance. but I do now."


MPs. Ptcba reo ghkt it imae Ligt bp
elCtlwy Wylse's s eWws.
Ever since Secretary Wilson made
the statement while at Oyster Bar,.
the other day, that the cotton statia.
ties leak resulted from s quarrel be.
tween two gamblers over a woman.
there has been intenae Interest In the
identity of the woman.
It Is now stated that she Is none
other than Mrs. F. A. Peckham. wife
of one of the witnesses, who evaded
giving testimony before the fran I jury
an a result of Justice Wright's ruling
that the?.' reed nt snswe, question*
which might inBrimnate them.

sk QWB-w


mets. ~ -. .. s..'e eqJ.Bolani p

Thousands Wrtt to Mr.Plnk ham, Lynn,
Mas., and Receive Valuable Advico
Absolutely Confidential an4 Pr*
There eqn be no anowe terrible ordeal
to a delicate, sunhltive, refined womanr
than toto o!. obllred to answer eertain
questions in regard to her private iils.
oven when thope qII-aIIon* are saked
by her family phyi&Jian, and many I

Msotlonu to suffer rather than submit
to examinatious which so many physi-
elans propose in order to intelligently
treat the disease; and thisisn the ret-
son why so many physicians fall to
sare female dieasnw.
Thai is also the reason why thousands
lpon thousands of worrmen are eorra.-
1pradinfg with Mrs. Piukharm. at Lymiu.
a14 To )ir tihey ,t coftlHe e very
detail of their illiiess. and fr',,ai
her great knoivwledge(, oilitaitied frirn
years of exprrien.e In treatinrK ferrinile
is,. Mrs 1'i ikhn i ann aldrvike w rineu
sore w isely than thle ""'al 'Ilivihlun.
iWead how Mrs. Piskharn he ed Mrs.
T. C Willladan, of Manning, la. Hhe
writes :
Dear Mrs. 'Inkhbam:-
I can trily may that you have saved my
We. and I esasmt expreem my gratitude In
word. litre I wrote to you telling you
bow I felt. I badi doctored for ver two vears
ot-ady, sad nrnt lt ots money in lwfr e'ti
bselat Iht Iall failed Wilo, n> any K giI. I
bad (tmalt rollhn tlerd nild daily blLve faint.
lg apsllU. Iw'kache, bearing-down slra, andl
my monthly periods were very IrregWlar anid
enasly omied. I wrote to you for your sl-
vime and rmelved a letter full of instructiotu
just what to do, and also connnerndl to take
dLyta Pinkbam'I Ve table ( 'Im olnrd,
&d I have IhmeI reUtored to rrfw-t uoiltb.
Had It not beeri for you I would Ihave b.en In
my grave toslay "
Mountains of proof establish the fact
that no menicine In the world eq calls
Lydia E. Pinkham's VPfgetahble (o;n-
pound for restoringr womert's health.


41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.

Poarable and Blahmioary,
Engines, Boilers,

Saw Mills
Complete it f'uaried lt. lstck for
lWet Maehlnery. Low-e( Prlees athd ,est Torme
W1lft Ms for catalogue, prices.
etc.. hIfore buvingr.

Wriltealnfre f saaiso I A. Nladorn.Alislsint.1

Howell-Don't you waish you co)ul
live your life over again?
Powell-Well. I ahnuld aay not'
I've got a twenty-year endowm'ernt
policy maturing next nmonth.--Jidgt

*mslditoed hT llMb0lel( Tortir(re|l +llts
laravel asIM| laKdnley ls.M.
Ihenry -i1le,', fnhl) ri. o, f Il nii iiiiii- li-
port. N. Y.. siy : 'Slic' Ih1:i i'tsi' 1\1 I

n i' 'll' I I o h t itlll '11
34-111s fi Ig ,) I
4 1' .. I"
Shhl' dl rii p i l ,sd
ltalel I ouiitehl i' rI
110114 1 1M) a ee P it Imi
wov n r k. l:i 'It le'h
%nn l perslst elit iino4
It was. ngeley to, lift
l lnlltilc (;ri vl,
whirling headarhv. dihslness niil or.
utlhl teriuary disorders rian me e'it en
from 16M14 f ic 11 t itlnia cfl Io opetaore ti l1 (
lb. I laud (ll beles and could not ilhe.
I WAa wrhtt'lwu sd u1d hbop4'is' wIhte 1
began Uming Dl)onIi' Klihlwy I'lln, iut
tbby cured ism eight y'enrs ago uniol
I've been well vver io Poster- Mtillnirn ('Co.. Itiffnlo, N. Y.
For hinle toy all dealers. I'rio 541
cents per box.

A writer in Harper's Weekly tell -
an interesting ane.lotre of Charlex .1
lrnapairtp. the new H*ecretary of the IMMENSE VOLUME OF WATER 01.
Navy. It appears that during Mr. VIRTED FROM FALLS.
lionaparte's connection with the B!-
tlniriol' Htefdr'!n i faglue it WaA d(eciltifi'
to investigate thu conduct of a prom- |Io,.ue1-roial Emterprlasa Are M oking
in.ent Federal office holder. Frietil:e Hlerey iralbs of This ra.nno .h 1hw.
of the crooked oflcor learntle:l i, i se'e-l Trwme.l..ee EBetrieral ',w
and resolved to "pack" the council, so "' In'd-onat.
that the- r<*eport might be voted down N; !...' I"ill>. A'ig t 7.-Tl '.
Mr. Jinrapl arte lixteneil a'ientively t' **,' r .* .. -in ; : 1 l fr,:'; ',le
tbh arguments against the report arlit hlil'tor1,. Nla i :*r't lF':iil i; ,-. ; i i' i
thlr- roMe- to give him own vle-wx, ll'. 1'1 ,0 : iW,,;.. 'l.t ti,. p ,14 I ,.s .,<
lerly attacking the officer, andl urging; ;::',. tri,,g to l i:M law- v i. h will lpr'-
tbat the canes hlie Imlceditely acf-% .t It i s., 1 t of .*, 1 P-
('plted. He saw, however, that hl.4 r,, it. i40 tl s ,i i .,"i1 I l t1i-
wordi would have little effect on that iJ': )lt "f tl* l h tt:": l ** -
portion of the audience which ide l t: .
with the e a(lised man., Io when be harl ttr Sft m i lM t to lv;'"p a:'i r'y
finished his discourse he began ov-r five' hiMitheld thoiillaIeu hl.r-p.<*.r
again, repeating his .rwech word for 'tinttuotitly, twenty-fi'ir Io i," per
word, pause for pause, gesture for ge-. day, for liihluxtrlnl Iprlo,',. is now lie-
ture-not once, but a dozen timeo, \inn- ins takeii from the river ;ahbov, the
til towardd morning the friends of the i Pulls, Und further r. rlopmentfs re-
accised officer were fast asleep. Mr. quirlng ri more' watl nr re 'iit.-niplnted.
Bonaparte and his associates then ap- '*a'il(ia ,;- ilhe liirg.it osr -,f tli. i,-f-
proved and adopted the report. tri'it I ilghty river is tl riii'oi.nv ii wilehl Iy
What He Meant, II 'f fitvp r Isx thoulnli l il'de ri'<' lienIt tl,. f.ld...tri ,. i*" -, f,.. l ,-;*,,r u litn,,. nr d

Mr. Orlaggfleld was a man who
nm,.ant well, beWt was unfortunately adi
di lcteld to the hibit of saying th-
wrong thing at all tlme4 and In all cir-
ciilretainceN. Air arqcliintance of h i,
Ii .l Maifftritd s.ver Injurlc. In Ia rail
w ai wreck, Inc'licling a broken rnoste,
loh- l,.1s of three' or ti:ir t.e th, urnl :i
;;:-i1 across mne (if his chi-,.ks; : if.
tii l hurts were' not ,,riotmj,, atn(l ]It
w a.si oorl on l tIhc' irtc't amaill, s4mirre-
Alhtrl di.tiAll-' I, tbut Ill Kgoo woi,'k :i,
Or der.
()One of thf- firmt mi1n: to gr,-,.t himn
inffr his recovery wan Mr. (;rltg.-
I'-ldl, who gKraipOe him cordially by
*hle hand aind e'xclalue "I fllo. Willial.ani I unde'rst in lI
3you have belen pretty badly hurt. I
nri glad to Hoo you so lucl'h im-
urove ld."
l.ate'r, whon hn r,'fl".,tcl upon It, he-
alrnisreetoood why Mr. WVllllams r,.-
lpioeildd to lhlis greetlnK with sielch a
ile''or a Pillc. Youth' ('onaliirlon.

FITMpormanently ',irm'i. No fit. '>rnrrvoiem.
iet after first dlay'% is." of Ir. Klinn's (rrn:t.
Nerveltetorer,t92trIal hottlieand treatimf freo
lr. If KL INK, Ltd.,,li3 Areh Mt., I'hiln., l'n.
i'rieoi, thli r'erle ral'td Ita!i .a trnlor, as
thle aifi (of a N'aipl.' e'graiiee'r.
I iso' (' ure ie the biet m ellein w" mver ruse I
I(r ialaffectlim: of thrroit slind unis.--Wm.
,, k.sa a.t~v, VaririllrotaIr. ll1',, ol' ., lu, IJ3 J.
''lih' v t it.fl' i', ,tr i MI iaa laiirl tt
IJ 6/ 1 l hii ,'fct vI d Il t tiii '.ty
tMr. WViiinlow' Hit4ot ilnan Mvrnil) litr ('hllIlr'
ti ,,i shyse losll il,,'t rne lwi rull e-he', -*' .4i bl ;tlh>
.\ IAhl'r, lIX' i I .11,,10. l,1Ak, stitChed, o)t
L ,iI,.i.
Is It lllllt?
TI it riht for i'.,r llan>) ain ake .i rae3 it su flu ,r' bs' i.a lin;
S I ltel'rn ig lliorIs if r,' i'l foir usw lalit. it
S."' prr g hll< i, I lin ollr Ig'i it %%ill ilaike
iv e'll )yn i eight g l;iliii t I, & al '1
a1 \ tg ilohr6 olf lin0'tr oil, willh l tii'ike fi oir-I
tee'nI g illio i af n A betl'r ).llpnt, li t I.' J) perr
g I ?, I I. it ri lit "
-,,1I e%\ r) r h rlire in l bv I. ,,'''r anr &
Mrt1Itri,. New ,irk l I'ait Ni.Maker. for
l',fty ', are.
"I '.a" 'owi tiche l.st Inrt of itself
to tthe w-rd "'iye "



For Itistant HOW af noti lp"41eo vCure of slaw
unit Prmaly H itenne'. Thing fDay anti
Night-Ssmiiefrtmoel Per Months.
'i. mmli %,I '.wcyiidi ium''ihoiOte Iii, ;'n:r eso
*~i 'P lea'i'u .su i ,;r wt a. I let'o' e i %- tio'
fa-i i Iic 1I'd F i t ol itce Itfam :%'%foI i i;m rve'd ( 'o'rel II
IIIt % su, ail rm' n ck. 0sI- aiim ti llrcuiut. ifit11111
tipI ritulV cc.1 o illui eght III-oionki1111: illeer, an(.
11111ai 1e0;111141i 81141i silaticltar I basil tried
Ywitit11 irdrsneoa'. NO wiu'no grow ares ivorse.
wiii-iiI atIearloeI with ia 'etmura. Ine first
caupo'ai'afton gave intioeusamfict relief. and when
I load taetecitwo raLca ofd t atisurti t Soap
311ail thlrry' hio'. ruti(st aC'atiriia (lintmtcent L
n,4 cimpru~le'te'v% a cared (141i11C.1,m Alit's Na.l
I %' mdrrioiio r V'a'e, Lnkea IIc, N. N

An lpicure
TiM very vagalonuds of Pi'als h:ivO
the pi' ,l iirchil li nltl', t. ndl til*e nee-1 t
lihourt i l andt hiati'rio l I repr:i blhate of their
l.11\ IN their '"Falher 'lohi' ra.ill him
I's-'i l.i ale'" Thil ventieau blo pe'rs,'i
i i .l ise l eein Ii a'ro' it(dl for vnfa tranic'
f. the' flft v lKhlth i nMine. In the' mr', ir,.
41f :1 laili whielch weil tIW 'Uit' *gltt
I4 lori" K iOrI f utr n cit ige tihu.whiil'i hIm-
w tI Iuto m tlho polr net. "i'lre I.i)olo"
Smiltl ** oi'ti to have scnite trances if th
lighlto ,i.i ocf spirit e nll ltesleoid I),' h ,e 1:
Il>SII' Re' woullhl rather go to eprisn
than to th "Fre'nch equivalent for a1
wotkhoieew In the prison. he explain
"'I. fthl. know how to cook harico'
helans. In the pauilaer estabilahrtient
thliv do not.- London (Globa

lie How awfully mnannlsh she Is.
Shilh Isn't she. thouMh?
lH1--Yes, and the funny part of It ta
that she thinks people admire her for
ind*ig that way I should think sh,'d
roallze that people are only laughltag
at her.
Rho'--Well. she's mannish even to
that extent -- hiladelphia .Proae

del~nfg w'ha~t in known iis:ioi Calc xiumCar.
I. lie. I
Or v caeh'arim :iriole' -;-q 1its-os-znot ent

th'. AC.t'
ii' It 1.4 i! 'if. 1"

iii~ ~ ~ -!~ t i'i iitlit. rcaCcflaIt ir':1114 alf-r'a ii'

~I I IIIt.i I :..11-44. 1t''imr: ;''11%'e alli(1i'% %to ii'

He Was Done, But Wouldn't Stop.
C'hiaplain Horton, (if ill(! Miammacoh'i-
mfse'f 1I,4-o'ie'eitucr.'. tolit a imfory about
if long witcide'd riem4-n ir (of thtlimttbd.
'1 lao lexisldtor wits iic'Iliv#'rinK an n'l-
drirCm In int town not fa r from lfItos:(a,
~and Il 1w ilag-folk g-,mh(-r(.-d iu'h,
'lTowrnHall toea tirar it.
-114' hiell] lven Hjivainhtg jiielte a
while','' maii lDr. Hlortun,uc-'wht'n i Mul-
I v 1111 abilSchotchiireaar lre e cci wl
e-d out of t lie'hall ..At Ilh' i#-idirrrua'
cit his comit rymzc' %%-,is watitf'igw itui
his harcck toadrk.' tho orratuir toa liii

*'is che' dom.' it .e tc'iy s ak,.~dt ho
Scoat oin the' box.
*''Tae illd r1ica ii tic mciiahit.
..'Ay.*' 'emild i', 'lhe's (]oil(-Iranrg avro,

buit ho
'ri ml,.

Qkuh a"d Fevers wll
have no terrors tor A
YOU if' you use i
~~ Mad# ia N.1ulazr and TastelmssForm,&.For saewby mU'u ggtsb.
lcoh ~Ai CL"reri PALLAA, TXILeS AAP XXMEI-11as, LAXmaa



will na stop.'"-Hartfo(rd

All Africa Appropriated.
ly the King of Italy's award rN-
Ppowt'ng the Anglo -Port gueP.me fron-
tier In I aroteland I(Northwegteo.n
Rhodesle) the last piece of land not
definitely appropriated in Africa has
been disposed of.
The new Anl'o-Portuguese honn1-
ary is formed by a line following the
Kwando River from the Zambexie 'o
the 24th meridian of east longitude
and thence along the meridian as far
au the 13th parallc'l of nouth lattl'u!e,
following that parallel until the Con-
g Free tuteo frontier li reu'cheJ -
London Mail.

A writer to the New York Fun
says: "The lesson for the day is one
given by the Japanese; aud ia that
a nation may become gre;t without
the aid of Indiscriminate Immigra
tion; that a people may be homo-
geneous and still be strong."



('401" le a oe way with thee bnaule belt so
pil,4.0=% vin*mean. .afuti~ne. Timoe and
sitativy eavorl fii yoiin ft. WnninF e'utlOto
Practically No Wear-out to IL
'Ac gfu srailot .00116160'lln. %Vrie w a..
0%nt ill tfrai.-'m'.lIAAlkitiue
0 AXTTNT? 35. Co.. Mat-eu. eqe
(At32 'OS)
('lure-Hfut, my do-ar, It 1Is& a sert.
I vowed o1 n my honor rnever to tcel.l
Marik-Well, I'm listening.-LA

troMube witk uIi mrniy t e
their Xsed. ed a a soC as av y sac-
ceatal. toroaghly leaseA ilkls diea geas
!tope dinAarge, Beals taiaaaaNtf ad tWcal
Scresees, c res lessrra be&4 ad &n estarih.
1i' a1stt ei to potw lufrm o be diswlv4d in poeM
water, ar.d is r more cleansing, healing. euamkuc
*auel conomiMl dat4 UMasMteisepks sor ali
for a*u s*t esus. a0 u a box.
Trial Bfas ed f latkcu'tlea Pmre.
'Is a. PaIrvea co pa1T -veTM. *Mae.

3 4 5
Thro twoi dlar Irtsl for five dolln.
MAoS TO TvouN UaouMg.
Wrte for smipl s and mess maurl e lstsba.
TDepp a E _ ydlasaellsoo lad.

*&f gThomipson's Eye Water

hae sol va. rnr val~ur atuble (soerv.&ad end n
ftm orfrt. nuidni dn within$ IheM. I h av
16- ,.,,u fi t On so times, for Iifs1iroalt '-ga' n dsot 1.1
ollami .0 slid am vlw l e ofa ly vnri .i.'. eom.-
bower be w t ell to mIn $bew t, fbamily."
Lisard A Mars. Albasl. NX. I

Weabm @ (5ule be "SOL~
Stwfetlg Rermedly C4. Chimago m .Y.be

NEEDLES,942L "We was~

"Whon the millennium comeo" ro.
markedI the parson. "the lion aIID tIh
lamb will lie down together,"
"And the offlrlals of the same lifo
Insurance companies will be al least
on speaking terms, I s'pose." chimed
AJ the lay CtIOn.

To oure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try ItP Prioe S0b.

Truths lhat Strike Home

Your grocer ii honest and-if he cares to do so-can tell
you that he kuows very little about the bulk coffee he
sells )ou. How can he know, where it originally came from,
how it was blepded--or with what
--or when rooted? i you buy your
coffee loose by.the pound. how eon
you expect parity and uniform quality? T

neesslty uailorm In quality.
strength and flavor. For OVER A
Shas been the standard cottee In
I ymilieons ol homes.

| o LION COFFEE a earefully packed
S0 1o0 0 at our factories. and until opened Il
your home. has so chance ol being adul-
terated, or ol comlna In contact with dust.
dirt, germs. or nelean hands.
In each package of LION COFFEE you get one full
pound of I'unre Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine.
(Lion hend on every package.)
(Bave the Lion-beads fnr valuable premiums.)
WOOLRON SPICE CO.. Toledo, (hilo.


Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges of all
calibers are loaded by machinery which sizes
the shells, supplies the exact quantity of
powder, and seats the bullets properly. By
using first-class materials and this up-to-date
system of loading, the reputation of Win-
chester Cartridges for accuracy, reliability and
excellence is maintained. Ask for them.

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THR TRUi DlMOCAT. Chure kmod. War ** Vraatd .
Mea JFirst Baptist Church, Clinton street, Deputy Sheriff Poppell has opened
near Adams, Frank W. Cran r,ator. fire on the numrous vagrants which
PUU D EVERYFRIDAy Preaching service each la s y at have so long Infested the streets and
SO 1 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Bible Schol at low resorts of the capital city, and
10 a. m. Junior Baptist Union at 3 p. promises to make a lively time of it for
LOCAL AND PRSOAL. m. Senior B, Y. P. U. at 430 p. m. them. On Wedneaday he took in three
-- The following subjects will be con- negro "without visible means of sup-
i, Reports come that a large number of sidered Lord's Day, A t 18: Morn- port", but Judge Whitfield discharged
. guss are enjoying life at Lanark. 'The Christa' Vision. evening. them with a reprimand and caution not
Mr. Tony Burns of Wight & Buro, J"late's Answer to Pilate's R question. to appear before him on a similar
has gone north on business andpleureunior Union subject, 'Re ming the charge.
combined. Temple-" leader, Mim Ruth Johnson. We fear that Judicial leniency will be
Lio SSenior .B. Y. P. U. subject, "The sadly misplaced with most of these
Lieut-CoL J. S. Maxwell of Jackson- Building of Character." Al are most gentry.
ville was in the city this week on mill- cordially invited. "m --A
tary business. Trinity M. E. Church, South Rev. J. F t"pa *d.
Mrs. Fanny E. Baer has returned W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday schooll at A few counterfeiters have lately been
from visiting relatives in Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior making and trying to sell imitations of
and Savannah. Epworth League 4 p. m. Junior Ep- Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
Mrs. P. T. Mickler and two children worth League 3 p. m. Evening Ser- gumption, Coughs and Colds, and other
are spending a season at pleasant Pan mon at 7:30 p. m. Public cordially in- medicines, thereby defrauding the pub-
acea Springs. vited. Prayer meeting Wednesday at lic. This is to warn you to beware of
FOUND,-Pral. Owner can get 7:30 p. m. such people, who seek to proft by steal-
FOUND.-P aol. Owner Can get "p.', ....... i the reputation of remedies which
same by calling at this office and pay- St John's, Epicecopal, Rev. Dr W. H inge ee toa pmfro bd whic
ing for this notice. Carte, r Rector, Services: Sundays h verbee uerss u. Al ure ectio to
and Days, Holy Communion y for over 35 years. A sure protection to
Mr. R. B. Carpenter, Jr., has return- and oly Days, Holy Communion 7 ou is our name on the wrapper Look
ed to Tallahassee and will be employed o'clock a.m. Sunday, 11 ocock or it on all Dr. King's, or Bucklen's
in his father's store and 8 o'clock m. ridays, 8.o'clock remedies as all others are mere imita-
Mrs. Royal C. Dunn has returned .e~. St. ihae's (colorek d) m. Fr tions. R. E. BUCKLEN & CO., Chi-
from a pleasant visit to her old home days, 4:30 o'ock m cago, Ill., and Widsor, Canada. All
and friends in Madison. druggists.
Mr. Julius Solomon's family have re- Grave Trouble ForeseenI. A Neaster.
turned from an extended and delighted It needs but little foresight to tellI Mr. J. W. Coles brought to the office
sojourn at Panacea Springs. that when your stomach an liver are iof The True Democrat yesterday morn-
Only one machine in a lifetime is nec- badly affected grave trouble is ahead, ing one of the largest sweet peppers
essary if you buy the Wheeler & Wilson unless you take the pro"r medicine for ever seen in this locality. It is of
No.6 from L. C. Yaeger. your disease, as Mrs. John A Yuung, j the "Chinese Giant" variety, measures
Mr. J. C. Trice came up from Pana- of Clay, N. Y., did. She ,,y.: "I had 13 inches in circumference and weighs
cea and spent Thursday afternoon and neuralgia of the liver and oinomach, ny ounces. It was grown by Mr. Coles,
s Friday morning in the city. heart was weakened, and I coula not nd its production gives him "the rec-
Mrs. H. Clay Crawford expects to eat. I was very bad for a long time ord" for big peppers. Now let the
leave shortly for a visit to relatives in but in Electric Bittersl founri just what South Florida growers "put up or shut
Maryland and Washington, D. C. I needed, for they quickly relieved and P

Mr. John McDougall, A. Stephenson and cured me. est meciiciJor wei k .. .
others are expecteddaily to returnwomen. Sold under guaranti.e by ae ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
from a pleasant outing on the Gulf druggists, at 50c a bottle. Notice is hereby riven to al creditors of the es.
pleasant outing ont. a f R. I.. CAlino. dlecaser and to all persons
Coast. Mr. John T. Demilly has gone on an "vi,, c!jami ar, at- him or his estate, to pre-
Mr. John T. emily has g e on a nt ame accurdins to law within two years from
Mr. Alex. McDougall and sons Perez extended visit to Connecticut. this date, the 4th day of December. 1904, ,ther-
and Abram will make a brief visit to Miss Clare Bowen has returned from wie all such claims and demands h,'I be trred.
the coast and enjoy a cruise on the Gulf a summer visitation to friends in Sa- Admr. Estate o t. i. ollins.
next week. vannah, Jacksonville and Madison.
A congenial party left for Lanark Hon. Geo. P. Raney, Jr., has return- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
this week, composed of Miss Kate Sul- ed to Tampa leaving his family to en- Notice is hereby fiven to all creditors of the es.
livan, Mrs. Alex McDougall and Miss oy a long visit to his "home folks" tate(if Mrs. Emily M. Collins. ldeceased. and to all
Kate Moor oy g persons having claimed against her or her estate.
Kate Moor. ere. to present same according to law within two years
Mrs. H. N. Sweeting and daughter, Col. R. B. Lutterloh and Mr. Paul V. from this date, the imth day of May. iW)h other.
Miss Cassie, have gone on a trip north, Lang have returned from their north- wie all such claims .an nd EAhall arred.
sailing from Jacksonville via Clyde ern tour much refreshed and improved Admr. Estate of Emily M. Collins.
L in e o n T h u rsd a y in h e a lth .-- -- -. .. . .. .- t.
Attorney-General W. H. Ellis was at -. -. - Legal Notice.
his desk Monday, but has since left for Rheumatism. NOTIC'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. SIX
his vacation, intending to be absent When pains or irritation exist oa any "Itheir n afterdate, the undersirned will tile
for about ten days only. part of the body, the application of estate of Martha E. Fleming,. late of Le-n county.
Governor Broward left the city Sun- Ballard's Snow Liniment gives prompt Florida, deceased, and apply to the Honorable,,
day morning for Jacksonville, where he relief. E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan 'unta xut,,or andexecuntfor their diseharx.
will join his family and later intends to House, El Reno, 0. T., writes, June 6, E. A. CRAWFORD. Executor.
visit Hot Springs, Ark. 1902: "I take great pleasure in recom- f th L F. CANTEYA E "ecut s .,
Tailahassee friends of Mr. and Mrs. mending Ballard's Snow Liniment to ,ate, th 2ist tday of July. iW,1 lam.m
Julius Hirschberg have been delighted all who are affected with rheumatism. .-
to welcome them back as permanent It is the only remedy I have found that In the County Judge's Court of county y
residents of the capital city. ve immediate relief." 25c, c and ofLeon, State of Florida.
Mr. George Lewis and Mrs. Lewis, For sale by an. the Matter of the Estate of RoMert i.. cillin
left yesterday for an outing at pleas- Mrs. Robert H. Gamble returned a d"c .-N'tice of sale.
ant t. Teresa, and Col. and Mrs. L. few days ago from Panacea much im- NToICE 1 HEHFEY GIVEN. ThiAT P'I.R
A. Perkins will go there next week. i proved in health, and will soon depart M,. madeuand provided, t will elpds to nlas a t
Misled by an erronous item in, for her annual visit to Virginia. public stale ,in Monday, the 7th ay of Auxut.
1905, between the hours of 11 o'clock in the fore-
another paper, we stated last week that Mr. James A. Ball was accompanied noon and 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at
Mrs. Fred T. Myers and her daughter, on his return from Tampa by his sister, there sto' house, cornerClinton and Adams ,tre.s,
Mrs. Perkins.ad gone to Chicago. Miss Fannie, who is now at Lanark in the. ity of Tallaha.eo. cou unty o fI n in. tate
They intend going later. with Mrs. George W. Saxon. waren-and fixtures, pro wrty of the laIte olt.rt l.
Rev. Dr. W. H. Carter, rector of St. Hon. W, B. Sheppard, U. S. District (Collins,.deceased. JHN. COLLINS.
John's has gone on a visit to his family Attorney, passed through Tallahassee Administrator of the Estate of Robert I.. (.llin,,
at Daytona, and there will be no ser- on Sunday with his family enroute to deceased. this 30th day of June. A. 1) lit..
vices in the church until his return, Oak Mountain, Ga., where the family Thesabove waleIis i ,tioned unt.i Mrlaw., th.
about the last Sunday in the month. will spend the remainder of the sum- 4th (ay of Sept r. imber, |R5.
Caterpillars are reported to have mer. NOTr:It of Aiilicatiuon fir Tax ted undle., s,.c-
made their appearance in cotton in Mrs. Gen. Patrick Houstoun returned tbon (of c(hai,.tr 4l. Laws of Flori.da
some localities in the county and it is recently from a long visit to her daugi To BURTON AUSTIN AND AI.I. oTelIns
feared from their coming so early that ter, Mrs. Perry Wall, in Cuba, and is concerned:
the cotton crop will be greatly cut off now at the old Houstoun home as the N,tice is fxeby ivi.en that Jonah ltitt i(ar-
in quantity, guest of her son, Mr. J. PI S. Hous- ,,f July. A. Di. iH9:, has filed said certificate in niy
It is now rumored that the attorneys toun, and family. oM ce. and has made aslicati'n for tax d1et t.,
issue in accordance with law. Maid certli'.ai..
of Caldwell and Larkins, convicted of embraces the following ,descrilwd land aituintil in
the killing of Hon. N. W. Eppes last Agonlalg Burns Isin county,. Florida. t-wit: Lot NoI. I, of l,lhwk
September, will apply to the Pardonin are instantly relieved, and perfectly No e a hrlin"lat ree in a.rs. r.,r~. 1..I
Board for commutation of their death healed, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C. quarter of section 3.5 in townshi, one. ron,rih oi
sentence Rivenbark, Jr. of Norfolk, Va., writes: range one- west. Them said lanl&d ixii as s..~sd
The veteran warrior, Sergeant David "I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it ,f ton t tin. unless h erti. th
Ellis (who is really entitled to be called blistered all over. Bucklen s Arnica shall ie redeemed ac'corlinc to law tax .i,.,i w 11
a captain), with his estimable wife, Salve stopped the pain, and healed it issue thereon on the 2lst day of August. A. I'.
contemplates a visit to their daughter without a scar." Also heals all wounds, "Witness my official tinature and seal thin the
in Pensacola, and they will have the, and sores. 25c at all druggists. 20th day of July. A. D. iNor,,
lest wishes of a host of friends for a KAL ) HENRY T. FE.,KE:r,.
pleasant outing and a sa fereturn. Superintendent W. M. Holloway has Clerk Circuit, o,irt on utty,,. lo,,, a.
phasantouting and a sa e return.. returned from Gainesville to take up o ,
A number of our Leon county friends returned from Ginesville w ork of hi tak office NOTICE f Aliation for Tax iri..r
have visited us at our office during the of his office ie Sectin 4 o Chaplter 49W. laws of Flrilda
have visited us at our office during the expresses himself as much pleased with
week. Always pleased towelcome you the teacher's summerchoolnow in se- MAGGIE J. CRO. AND ALL OTIEiltS
gentlemen. Come around every time sion in that city. hNcon ic hereby given that C. ]B. (wynn. pur-
you come to town. In a few weeks ion in that c r otehey given that C. R. ynn. pur
more we will be in our handsome new Hon. R. Hudson Burr of the Florida chaser if Tax Certificats No. 29. dated July th.
office and will have a comfortable place Railroad Commission left the city on ard as made application for tax deed to is-
to welcome you in. Thursday for South Dakota, to attend .ue in accordance with law. Said certificate rem-
r0the 17th annual national convention of braces the following described land situated in
Col John H Law, of Chicago, ar- railroad commissioners which convenes 6,,fblockut1y. in Vdla, itche o.in 1 o. I. 1 andl"2.
rived in the city this week to look after at Deadwood, August 16th. Chairman in township I mouth, ranre I west, as per plat
the erection of a winter home to occupy Jefferson C. Browne also expects to nild in the oBri eo the rlerk of the circuit court.
a site which he secured last winter for attend the convention. ,onts. The said land .iar.e sa at the date of
the purp.se. Col. Law has been a con- '-" the issuance ..f such certificte in the nam.eof
st int winter visitor here for many Poisoas in Food. Mamgie J. Cronm. Unlike maid crtificate shall Ie
years, and with his charming family has reIdermesd according to law, tax deed wI!l inue
Iuer aprhl ou don't realize that manye' thowntin the lith day of Auut. A. 1). loi.
Innumerable friends in Leon county who I you dont realize th at Win my official naturand l thi the
will be glad to know that he is to have pain poisons originate in your food, but 14th iday of july, A. 1). IN.
some day you may feelpermanent winter home her a twinge of LNRY T. EK ,
permanent winter home here. dyspepsia which will convince you. Dr. Clerk Circuit ('Curtlon County, Florida.
Mr. John T. Costa left yesterday for Kin 's New Life Pills are guaranteed
a short visit to Apalachicola. He will to cure all sickness due to poisons of Administrator's Notice.
return Saturday and in a few days undigested food or money back. 256c OTICE IS HIEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
leaves for New York, where he will re- at all druggists. Try them. the 4th day of Augrust. A. D. 1906, at 10
side in the future. John Cota has o'clock a. m.. orawssinthereftruas I n behbard.
side in the future. John Costa has tha undersiffned administrator of the estate of
hosts of Leon county and Tallahassee Ger a. Fnloemria l labama lRailwa:l Emily M. Collins. deceased, late of Lon connt
friends, who admire him for his many CarrabUe. Tallahme Cee*ria RaIllrea. Florida, will apply by petition totheHon. John w.
b and manly qualities, and he Malone judte of the circuit esourt of the ond
business and manly qualities, and he Tallahassee, Fla., July 20, 1905. Jdcil circuit of Florida. at Quincy, Forida. for
will carry with him to his new home Summer excursion rate to Lanark and authority to e1 ll the flowig deocrifd real estate
the hearty good wishes of all who Sohchoy (when for Panacea Sprins) o whcth sd Enil M. CollisdMse-d. ,wied
know him for his worth. So chop (when for Panacea Springs.) and pooMrmed. to-wit. The northwe-t quarter of
know him or his worth. The following round trip rates are te th northwest quarter of aectloi aixtesn (11.
Elsewhere we print the substance of announced to Gulf Coam t reports for the townhi mouth of ranf east, s situated, lyins
letter concerning the Taylor case season of 1906, from Tallahassee: an t anum i Is l.s.i.ito.ofublocits loindathe. l
from a northern su riber which con- Sopchoppy, $1.00; Lanark, $1.00; Sun- diviatm known as Villa Mitchell" inl actions
tains a su estion worthy of tmmedate days, final limit date of sale. and two townshi one (1 south of rane one and praet Ial attention, to Ohe effect opchoppy, $1.26 Lanark, $1.50; Sat- ws tu fd in te ,~ ~iw s. ai. sot
that a fund should be raised to cancel urdays, final limit following Monday'. n .ty lot mberetold t her wit
the mortgage on Mr. Taylor's home. Sopcoppy, 1.60 Lanark, 200; the dw ,l s b S sit. d
Such a purpose would be intensely prnc- daily, finatlimit 15 days 1,a smt O fgth md" 4i ll for the
tical and substantial sympathy and Sopchop, $1.65 Lanark, $2.40; 1 pris.rl, t hw"t a4Ih sidi
philanthropy, and The True DeIocat daily, fina limit 30 days. Awof.t e M e s o. oif U.lA Ar .
arnestl hopes that the suggestion R. C. SNIP, a s. e re0e
will not be unheeded. Traveling Passenger Agent. July. ,T ,se


Dieoss** of the Eye. Bar a& N~est aSpechity.

@MO. in old @aphl Ctyl m, as&

Wood Yard!
Neaor Sebesu4 Depet. Phen- 113.
The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Prompt delivery, and sat-
istfetion guaranteed.
istoJ. W. DOLLAR.
Fen SAi.
To close out soon; the drug store and
fixtures of R. L. Collins, drug store in
Masonic building will be sold at a great
J. G. CoUmr,.

10 TO I

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

Who are They ? What is Their Business ?
and they are largest in their line on their plan.
The only Nursery in existence allowing you to see 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 give m guarantee too.
Budded Pecans, Pears, Peach, Plums, gs and all other
kinds of trees, Ornamentals, Roses, etc.
Remember that no other Nursery makes such a liberal
reposition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
he will submit you the proposition in a few words.
In what home is fruit and flowers not appreciated and
worththeir cost? L. C. YAEGER,Agt.




Repair Work a Specialty.
SAll Work Done Promptly. Satisfoetion Guaranteed.

The Eagle is Uncle Sam's
Mascot. His eye is keen and
his mind alert. If you have
S an eagle eye for Value and
wish to secure the Purest,
:. ?,l Freshest and Best jDrugs on
the market, you will swoop
down on this store when you
want a prescription filled.
D. R. eOX, Druggist.
Telephone No. I7.

SALES ST 8L the stock in ourstables will be a pleas-
g ure for Ithe horseman. The showing of
good acclimated
..- ... .^ of every description is an interesting
Those in need of business horses or
drivers should see these animals.
There's a grand lot to select from.
6 rPrices are right.

r AFeed and Sales Stable,
J. D. CAY, 140 South Adams Street.

-'=- sits serene atop the rigs we have for
&__r hire. They'reeasy running, of course;
S". the horse.4 that draw them are man-
W aged with scarce an effort; but withal
f/ ,p .~. -s the equipmentt 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 ou
Phones 79 and 39.

THR TRUE DEMOCRAT. *I se, 6eo0rla. florida & Alalma W" 'MW
JO..=..C .m ,. i .We gladly prs..nt to oMillinery amur readrm if
,. without violating the confidence of a wv (c41mm .Millinery
PUBLWIIND EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. correspondent, the following extracts (C., T. & G, R. R. CO) _Cand_ .. m .
------- ____-- from a letter received from a subscri- and
S. A. L. CHAlP EXCURSIONS. ber residing in the North who is a reg-. Schhahtle ffcti v ?.00 P. M.. May 6. w. .. Fancy Goods W 0E
b i Liular winter visitor to Tallahassee, and Fancy Goods
ket t eLmphis Wl Se lle has at heart the interests of our peo. Sunday sat'd*y
-lttp I. No. No No. N3 Dainty Collars,
WUhlmase go All. laclMeed Iso te Chee. "I was pained to notice in your last Lv AtiUat i2.1am n 7.mY
as1e-* *le DsaUy rvicel. issue the action of the Pardoning Board SLv- ..-3..46on I.Handkerchiefs, L.aces
The Seaboard Air Line Railway an- in the case of Mr. W. L. Taylor. My Lv Arin~ j ms REM EDY m
ounces exceptionally low excursion familyand myself f-thosethat knewLv m .. m and Embroideries THE CNManIIIr FAVORE TONIC.
Mr. Taylor-have watched with a geat Ar Tul=, 12.b6 m ,."Opm ,4.fm
rates for the annual excursion to the deal of interest the outcome o/ this Lv (a I.oA1 mewas e i supmave ,.
mountains of Carolina, the seashore of case, as we deeply symmpthized with Ar Jaeksonville 7.40pm io0.it Ms a 1waaus easy v
Virginia, and to Washingtnm, nD. C., Mr. Taylor and his family in this un- Lv Talahae. 2.xnm x o. ..l am.in h.pm Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery Ballard-S ow Liniment Co.
Auirut 16th, fortunate affair. I have read with a Lv Sopchoppy. 3 14pm 10.00mm 9.29am .116pm .
The round trip rates from Jackson- great deal of pride the noble action of Lv mIekh a.jorm ar 0.a l0.0 .pm m- -
ville to Lincolnton Marion and Ruther- the ladies of Tallahass" and regret ex-Arp A4lahiclri 7.(p4lm 1O15am 1o.:L'C;,m
fordton, N is13, with crre ceedingly that the Pardoning Board The Newest Materials for Jleff Do FerreI,
ing rate to other western North (.aro- were not sufficiently touched by their North Bound.
lina resorts. To Wri htuville Beach the appeal to show mercy to Mr. Taylor. Fun., a,.i Fancy Work.
Seaboard will also sl1 round trip tick- The action of Judge Liddon in appear- y. only. WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH.
et at rate of $12. inK in opposition to the ladies has been No. AplhiNo cola. No D 7
To the Virginia coast resorts, Ocean truly characterized as insulting, and I Iv Carrahbel. Ii.;som 2.00pm 6.oprn 4.;0pm MISS ADELE GERARD
View, Old Point Comfort and Virginia am only astonished that the Pardoning Lv Lanark 1n.am 2.20pm e.4Jprrn 4. am
hea('h, rate will be $15.50 for the round Board would have for one moment 118- Lv sopchovsy 12.lpm ,3.14pm 7.21,ri5.1p m
Tah, atethe r .:3,01m ,5.0(m .:pISm Fm 149 N. Monroe St. General Repair Shop.
trii,. The rate to Old Point Comfort tened to him under the circumstances. Lv Jacksonvill.
wi apply via Portsmouth or via Rich- was deeply touched by the tender ap- 04".A.L. Ry. 110fm 400pm TALLHASSEt, - FLORIDA. Horse Shoeing by an ex-
mond peal made by some noble lady to Judge ArTaliahams. a3.lopm lo10pm pert who has had years
The Seaboard has also arranged to sell Lamar, and do not see how any one ELv Tslin .Z6ism 6.aem .4fpm .4m of experience. . .
tickets from Jacksonville to Washing- with an iota of manhood or feeling Iv hai'nbrlide 2e 5ipm W7ar 1025pm 27im
ton, D (C., and return on August 16 at could have turned down that strong and ,rArlnhtor 7.21SprmIIE&m 10.1m For Rent.
rate of $z.90. All tickets sold for this kind appeal as Judge Lamar did in his uthrt .43pm .m One-half (five or six rooms) of the
excursion will b iood on trains ahed- telram. I did not see how any man r Atlan 7.m 7. Chaires Dw in, on North Monroe portion of the public
uled to leave Jack ville at 9.0 a. m. acting a JudgeLamar has can rest in Notice-- Train N. 5 and6willdepart froma,,d street. Ail mnodein improvements and atona e Is o cted
and 7W p. m, with final limit, return- peace. Ce nly both the men and iv, ot tofShtwelltreet, Bainbrldgea in excellent repair. or information patronage i suo rnd
In to August 31, 190i6 women of Leon county would be junti- Tirketr s tor train 5. 'nvins i4ainbrildge Sundaysandsatisfacton guaran
Th eabard in the shortest and mot fled in giving him the cold shoulder. at 6.2 am, will be on ile at the oice of the Cal- and terms apply to Mrs. C. C. Pearce. da
direct line from Jacksonville to Wash- "I notice N the letter making the rain No.6 wll 'i ut at narkr
ington, They operate double daily appeal to Judge Lamar that there is a breakfat.
th'oughnervice, thetrsinbeingearuipled mortgage on the home of Mr. raylorrif w m.. IF", K (0. Alon,
with thoroughfare (Jay coachesand 11,200, Would it not be in order to get j Gerral Manager, ; al.. .Pa i'senser Aire ;.
Pullman buffet drawing-room sleepers. up a subscription to pay off that mort R.C.sn- Sf irn S
. The Seaboard has issued some very gage and relieve that family financially Trn. .ling l'asiener Ag-ent.
attractive advertising the Interet o t that extent No doubt the ladies of Tallahanue.. Fla..
. is excursion. Tallahassee might materially aid or S afe and u re.
S--- suggest some method whereby such a Amendment of Charter, Increase of
MNerbdiae fund might be raised." tock, etc.
Rendler the bile more fluid and tihu^ Notice I hereby given that a meeting .f the
helps the blood to flow; it affords Summer Diarrhoe la Children. atjikholder of the ,uthern 'elephon..and on .
mfrisctioni (mripany. a corporation under the laws,
prompt relief from bitliousness, indices. During the hot weather of the sum- Of, ljdat, wil a hCed Git theD ofrt .f the m-
thion, sick and nervous headaches, and mer months the first unnatural loose- pany in the city of Talinaasmee on the 22nd (ay of
over-indulgence in food and drink. G nest of a chilJd's bowels should havt i- Augu..t. 190., at 12,*c.fck-. M rfr the puratpse (f
1.. Caldwell, Agt. M K. and T. It. t.,, iatin thi attention, imo a to cheek the acting upon the f ('hecotah, Indtl Ter., writes, April 114, disease before it becomes serious. All the at Artica.or maid cartermany to w net:
119i9: C"f was nick for over two years that is necessary ina few doses (f (ham- a an to read r follow :
with enlargement of the liver and berlin's 'Colic', Ch-lera and Diarrhoea ARTI('. I.
spleen. The doctor did me noemd followed b a dose of cstr The general naturedf the f OoMlnen s ato tw voinduct
e Thei.tr m o n, temedyfollowedIy isdome of castor tc bPidvompanyc halllm to construct, acq4juire,
and I had given upl all hope of wing oil to cleansm the system.: U'v. M ( maintain. arito A-t.ra tet'lshon exchange anti tel-
cured, when rny druggist advised me to Stockland, pastor of the first M. fro e.Phineepnchaniceline anti b Ilant, and t elephone i
use Herbine. It ha made me sound church, Little Falls, Minn., writes. sn.. nttrsin Gseiiunt.oon. WMad l-
and well. 60c. For sale by all drug- "We have used (Chaimlbrlairi's slic, i ylsr, mnthel tate f Irida. and ito con-
strin. .c ,(Choleria and liiarrho-ua temreiy 'for sev- tr,,,t. al.uiire. rmaintan m nd operate electric
al Sal Day. eral years and find it at very valuable ,',at far light. ,wer aind either use ful purl. S YeR
Lglaea.deal in electric e Slplies and manufacture
Last ondy wa ealsale day, an rmdy, ep,'ell ily Io r summer d I:w r- h#. ram. .and to puych.w i .c n.lea.. twil, mo.rt-
tt wan marked by aute a numb e f der in children.'" For ale by all drug- .#', %,iledre or .ithiiwil. diqsjps oft raeal andt
,,.r,,nalrt y, &,,lrrw min,.y frynCODS COaBRONCHITISn
eventrs. t JDuringR t lhspn for ge. e i.. fi .hr,.l,,.hg'U.ivingS StiN t)nd.s ,note E COUCONS PTIONI RONCHITIS O
prot Mrher evidence ,s ',f ,ahl t lnm m therefo. ra nd iW H O PI. C O LD A S O M N YO
the following properties were offered at Vagrant in Duval. t ,~ a nt. ltrihta, rivl Or.T andW THROAT fOARSEN
rtt e ofterae at Vagrants sir Dnvat oir tr fin alenjo. s ry miiie.btninea the-a-iien Hr and CV VE\
public outcry: iJa rkonville Metr ,ol nitwersn nery or Isri asr fi r carrying sn any of, LOSS OF VOIC LO6SENS THE PHLEGN AND EAS
Robert I.. Collin wa offered aadvr- If the new vagrancy law is to h ,ie.se lant s e in EXPECTORATION, HEALS THE LUNGS.
tised by John G. Collins, administrator; strictly enforeeid in 'he' towns of Flor- "yf th lae hienaftr menteosit i through Endorsed b leading physicians as the BEST remedy for
but, there being no bidders, the sale ur a will hav to rg enter or intermediate place, and tale- hldren roupand Whoopng ough because
had oa b p e.d util I le toi hol t w arrested persons Florida lhion. d tshl trtatihon, to seat a ny of aid lacesCr here- Co ad
ihn ant mposth t, un e eatm y seems to be. the vagrant's parade, iniatr onren mmsr any ntermite lceontins NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-
i nnextpe l Whn ah st te...n d.- th .-co e t, ln tptro per ty fnd thuto trl! th fllwn a hemu lipe s apptatu h cisiridIintin NhP AT in Th reqson o
Th-eeoprintin -resmes and two ga ans they c-m' t- thns State from all intained &n",i,lro|ite b thi.s nCOi ,tron I hound Syrup is mild and benign, it is adapted to infnts, as well
nin le vie d l on Ona. the property of over th onte .ry Many them findB te tem tcitof Tah inc of i.on mnt r asadults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
w.e rHe. e.Sch -- .L "n L," I.. f t- 'V r tn .i(l'. H t |ipk lin" or H n l (Irisenty. lsri sl, thrsWsugh the villages, Sfat ('haire,. Rn pTh o yea
Io' Levin county acting through i puty the year to sleep in t.he sopefln air, and an' m t inar Driftn. a ilis Anea e ar a Testim onm l.
J ohn H Hopkin., to atlsf a judgment by odd go- ant.d stealth (rn. n Mke out. at thr ty-one m il andids from pMbntirell or )rifton,al
of the ircuit cosrt in favor of the living lhey .shun hoesrit wesrk, am itI in in .J-eersnm cosunly. tiu Malson. in Malimon MRS. B. W. EVANS, Clearwater, Kas., writes:--"My husband
Ather rcues association and a v judg- a we I knew .act. that. naontiuous corn- int aitais' "f twenty-seen m and w sick for three months and the doctors told me he had uick con-
U-r. anar Press f..i s..u.s-r......n- "e h v W I Kn ow lrLt l[ ; I t fr dirw-ft in Jelersn cainty, sir usime
ment in favor of the Holl11 'aper tComrn- laint i m~tde about a lack of help on iintermeriaat twint, to Waiise. thrntuh Wu-. gumption. We rocured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound yrup.
mn. n on of thue r, ,.n o arm. s and in homes r shops kee'nah, in ad cinty, N.lstam iof tw.Ive mile's it cured him. H is now a well man, but we always keep a bottle
nwibl e oftn Ae Ina 1 aMorone.b l All of tnhe vaL rants are not mai aond Ansi froniTallahami'n Lon count tof amnsia. In the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary diseases."
wan lt in by Wic. a inwlfo/n litmn'e sif i xtealn miles and from Taiols -
lar. The two Cotetrell ress..es, a (;or- this should rne n mid, a well h... n nty, t un, n ay toT ; Sure to Cre Eve Bottle Guaranteed.
don job ress and an Otto gas engine, the fact that all male idlers are not col- Idin cun t twnthsuigh the vill'. d frH Taaa TN ,s ss . .
weremly wil tJrhna,. (ollins fr $2ran. in aM m mt. a o n. tICe of twprity-rifht mi. ls and from Tali&- TUSIir i^IZ @ 21 o0 0, II.
were so to John G. Collin for $21. IA reii. her are many men in almauot (hasm '. mfiareaid. thr'iigh Arran and .~4oihsppy. O O
At the sale Mr Rawls lave notice that' very conitiiuJity who have no viiible' in Wahkula county, and Carrabelle. In Franklin BALLARD'S SNOW LININ TCO.,-ST- LOUIS MOap
them (,apit l ('ity fank he hl a mortg l, irneallm sf 5tli)filo't, though they tseen to ,inty. Ci Apll sch Jvola. in Franklin county, ailim-
aainst Mr. liison, the defendant n faare well anl walk the streets with the tonsvile. a istane e three mile, a.d trm t SOLD AND RECOMMEA-NDED BY
th judgment, but ulpn invei tigation air of illiosnaites. chopp, to Panae sa. a listanc- onf vrn miles; andS
Gprured bthe eputy ather them all in, and let the honest, .from allahaa.w to St. Marks. a distance .o .
and ral advice prIuredIty the twenty-one mile,: ansi from Quincy tip Marianm a.
sheri, it appeared that the mortgage I hard-working psesple know how those a istancostfoirty mile'.; and frm] hatnhs. .oe.-
did not cover the a property aold to Mr. who do not work exist Solve the i ob- afsora., to i'vry. in Taylor county, a( tilancef Thfor W om en.
collins the roprietor of The Truelem, and t rhaps it will reveal secret affty mile,thetotal mileae being three hundred
1)emocrat printing establishment. and ;crime or infamous ( xactions upon ssm' That Article! ill itf sai Charter. which now 0i ele lle Tlhs flr
that they were not in Mr. Ililson's 1o sn- '1le tc0 t-tisupport them (the vagrants) reodei ma follow": The alAitai ack of this com- Florda feale College, Tallahassee flord.
enion at the time, the mortgage was through criminal or immorlI practices. pny shall be ten thtn dollar dived into The bet college in the South for oung ladies. Unsurpsed advantages
given, the sam e then iah'l-sn ging to and There'.sh 'tileh I,(s' nt discrimination in en- anio sh be fully pad for in a h. iir prcd pelrty fs r
it, theoe o afe tehe nOW de'fum't Talls- fenrcig th' h anw. upn e in the buAsnatu of the ompfny.th. t mt ca.h in music and art under teachers who ave studied in America and Europe.
msan newpa r. A nwhi ls valise when the. stock lu.ed.' shal t, amended Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
hapneed n ,wr. nWt .fk ,ress, the.tho t Coa by adding therets at the end thereof the follow- a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming 1, etc required under the
ine ie se s t he n a i i hemsunt ihecaptltkofthie ny direction of an experienced lady teacher. The ony State Noml School for
hwnert J. Ii. Si hrre er Itrt'., irf At- Wht n a cn ill h, a tickling or an irri- shallbe lnc thirty thousand dollr..sm t Women supported by the State in Florida, offering professional one year
nehnts, ewin present with te thesrma'tit- teirthe throat make' yalr feel us make. the entire capital stock of the company courses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses leading to the
nes and showing titie to the.fame, it f,,tmfurtaand take Ilalllrd's ilreh-und ',,rt tars: such ineaei osrh degree of L. I. Advanced college courses of equal standing with the University
having tlwen plurehan, by w ilsn on their yrup. p)on't wait until the diseee .hsareuf one hundred dollar. each. Al or much leading to degrees of B. A., B. S., M. A. and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
installment plan, the ownership to re- has gene bt'yund control. Mr. and Mrs. increased or additssal capital stock shall be let nominal. Sepion begins 9 a. m. Wedn day September 27, 1905 Forcatalogue /
mall paymentst hel een athe' vnenr a'iti lake tityA. A:tah. write: Wthink. sand doilm- ra:n lawful money of the United and further particulars, write A. A. MURPRPREE, President.
liderable portion cf the purchase msney lIallard's Ilorehound Syrup the best la.. may be pai for in lawful money of the. .. .
hieing still due atil unload. nieiicine for coughs and csslds. We united tatees sr in grolerty, labtrormervices.mt a
Just vhletei eon to be fixed by the corporatoer or by
Usates~ry' Ex~poase. have use! it for several years; it the direors at a meetin called for such purpose.
always gives immediate relie is very Proper..t., imlr sir.m.h-
Acute attacks of colic and ,liarrh-,a pleasant and gives perfect attisfac- wd or paid l.r with any such capital stock at a
come on without warlting anti ipr-me t tion.' 2Ic, 4k,. $1.tn0. For sale by all tgu te fialhy the the comply a
relief must N' obtaine'e. l're| ,r i i nodrugKita. metin aile for such purpose.
uhyalcian's service |o siieh caes', tr The D over of te World. F.. MOOR.
uhymberlain's tlite. ilerhtIrn nI I)ir DsortTla . Il., July as.. fl535*
rhoes Remedy is at htl. A hs.e' stf An tntising story is told on little r- t-2-1 T y ew riter
this remedy will rehie', thI pal'int I., Mn.. Miriam I esunI, daughter of lion. NOT'lCE of Apl hcatdi for Ta- Deed Under Be.
fore a doctor could arlliV's. It hais and Mrs. W. A. Blount, who was relat- tkmnof hapter4. LLewofFlorida.
never been known to ,ail, even in the Ing hew she usel her cuff to jot down ,fi) UNKNOWN OWNER AND ALL OTHERS AKNOWLEDt EDD
most severe and dangerous cae.e' arsil note's to help her remember her lessons. concerned:
no family should ,he withciut it. l"usr "Now, in hintory.' she said, "1 write Noth isOIeby given ta B. H uart. Jely

sale by all ruiggits. I, .. wa 1 men th. A. P. IS. ha led as kl ertifAcate In my I A TM ET
-' I "I understand what 1492 means," offce and hap made appitltion for tax deed to .
Laaserl a the OGlf. t anid her listener. "hut what albout '*W.* tin eaordsnanei tw,. saw' dtiianteam.
The hotel at lanark, iilia .nu the (' Lh?'" bn'b the following des rmbed lend situateln
T.a 4G R. R. has ben ren.iich'li and "*Wh.'" exclaimed the little lady, purrhse linot in scrtim t.mity. In township i HAS TABULATOR
refurnished and equipped with electric "*W. I stands for 'world discovered .mth, ofrapemw.e, *ecept the s ofsw AL ON
ghts, hot and cold baths, and mineral Columbus discovered the world In o .r ai ln!a17V- 1 0t dorUNVE SA EVERY MACHINE.
bathilng pools, and is In every respel't a wr2 issuance of such eartifesat in the namenoa Owner
most altretive hotel. It Is now open If he did not discover the world, he Usk ow. Un. msa sruste all ibe nn '
for th ecepton -of guests who are in certainly discovered the best part of it, t .1. t Lightest Shift! Lihtest Running The
search of seashore recreation, affording in which Miss Miriam is most deeply in- w n ometul atu? e al this the. Champion Speed Writers of the World
hn especisaty lit opportunity to those treated. Pensacola News. t t J. A. DENRT PELKE Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholea in
Fo ar et fn o appl y to s 0.As t CaOClerk Circuit Court. Leam count&. e use in Florida than any ,other machine.
Informationapply to E .d0.Alston, Gen- FREELAND'S SHOPS, '
.ral Pasenger Agent, Balnbridge, a. oppeote. T e Len Ptso. Neodce e AppMicala tor Dischr.
....-- .-...-..-.-.. TAorC WIS HEREBY GIVEN T'AT I WnLL For Bale by . .
Now is the time to order your fertile. AI.br eh., nn. Rert .t'SmorofT E TRUEMDEMnO R A
iser eve.thi you wish t grow in Al for ladt asa lo ar DU AswAd'llah e Fla
the fall. (live your ordems toe AI, ror T eylTaos.
tf R. A SHIIN, Agent. Agency For The Royal Tailors. J, 1n. ilmWn