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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 25, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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VOL. 1.


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST


25, 1906,


NO. 26.


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

AT THE po e and for pensions has been care- COUNTT SC 0L BOARD. l Nemerm COMMISSIONER
STATE CAPITOL T report of the Comptroller Tallahasm Gred d ih Schel. able motr o Mr. r. C. ior HUDSONdied BURR
shows that the bursements from th of Teache. at the residenceof ron I a -
GenertRevenue Fund of the tate of First Grade, Mi s H. Chaire. see August 2.. at 4 o'clock p. m., after
I tem" M ofI"*ees1 4i Varies Florida for the year 190 amounted to Second Grade Miss Washburn. an Illness of two weeks. Dees-aWces ban L a N. Olct at
State Dep-- eats. 16,657.. In your communication Third Grade J. Brvar. In the death of this beloved mothe C ve ea.
you state that the appropriations made Fourth Grass Miss Cobb, in Israel the community Is bereft of onet ....
by the Be islature or1u to be paid Fifth Grade, kiss Sullivan. of its elect women; the church losesone -
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. emthe general Revenue Fund for Sixth Grade, Miss p of ts bhteet ornaments; and ourof the conveono rail-
the next year amount to $8W8,171.00. Seventh Grade, Miss El-an. worthy fellow citizen, in the loss of his At a aet1on of the conventionof rsl-
Appointments: Second Assistant State This being so, the disbursements u- Eighth Grade, Miss C. Brevard mother. has the sympathyof all classes road commissioners held last week at
Chemist, L. Heimberger, Jacksonville. thoried for the next year, amount to Ninth Grade, Miss Goes. of our cities. Deadwood, South Dakota, Hon. R.
Inspector, chemical division, Agricul. $261,518.11 in excess of the disbuse- Tenth Grade Miss Williams. Mrs. Gilmore was a native of Nova Hudson Burr. a member of the conven-
tural Department, J. tn o meensi made ,,' dun .,r. interyear1. 4,,-
Surl Department, J. Hampton ones,tmentsa ld ring the GeneralReven Eleventh and TwelfthGrades, Messrs. Scotia, and for the at five years or tion and of the Florida Railroad Com-
Ntaris P cSTa te Fund yfortheear.1904.was onealf Keith and Wideman. more ha made her omo with er son,
Notaries Public, at Lare-J. T. La- e Fund for the year 1904 was one alf Kindergarten Department, Miss Da- where the unremitting care and tender mission, made a rather sensational at-
vegne, Oxford; As W. we, St. Pe o one mill, and there was a balance o view. I attentions so lavishly bestowed upon tack upon Hon. Walker D. Hines, vice-
tersburg; W F. Kirkbridge, Grove 289,418.82 tothe credit of this fund on The school is exceedingly fortunate her made pleasant the declining days of president, and formerly connsel of the
City; S. H. Richmond, Cutler. january i, made for the in securing the services of Miss Wash- this excellent Christian lady. She was Louisville & Nashville Railroad Com-
The following official correspondence next year were not sogreaty inexce burn, who will be in charge of the pri-i always devoted to the church and the pany.
concerning the State tax levy has just of those for were panot sogrear the ty n exessvy mary department She is not only a happiness of others, and her wise and Mr. Burr said that Mr. Hines madu a
concerning the tate tax levy has just of those for thepast year the tax levy college graduate, but also has a diploma loving counsel will be lovingly cherished sworn statement of the valuation of
been made public. Comment thereon could remain the same as t was or from the Kindergarten Training School by the many who received Tt. She was the properly of the Louisville & Nash-
will be made in a later issue: 1904; but the unusual and extraordi- of Louisville, Ky., one of the greatest a most striking illustration of the hon- ville Railroad to the Comptroller of the
F.. .... .Jly i. nary appropriations made by the Leg- institutions of the kind in the world. eat Christian character, and her long State of Florida for the purpose of
Tallahassee Fla, July 10,1906. ilature of 190, as shown by your She has had several years' experience, intimacy with heavenly things explains taxation for the year ending June u.,
Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor of Flor- communication, makes it necessary to both as a kindergartner and as a super-: her great anxiety, so often expressed, 1902. He said Mr. Hines later made a
ida: have more money in the General keve- visor of primary work. I to "depart and be with Christ.' statement to the Railroad Commission
Sir- The Legislature has authorized a nue Fund to meet these appropriations. Mention has already been made in The infirmities incident to old age, re-. of Florida on the value of the property
tax levy of 1* mills for general revenue No new sources from wh h to deriv the.e columns of the peculiar fitness of: suiting in "heart failure," were the i for the same yer for rat ng pur-
purposes tor each of' the years 1905 and 'revenue for thi fund have been provi- the other teachers for the work assigned immediate cause of her death. She was I poses, and which was ie greater.
iWyo. The tax levy authored by the ded by law, It is therefore imperative to them. 82 years of age. Later. Mr. Burr says, Mr. s made
Legislature for IW was 3 mills. in an I that the tax levy of 1904 be increased The school board, so far as it has the T w lf another sworn statement of the value
otfcial communication to the Governor to meet the expenditures required to be power to do so, is ambitious to supply At we in are. of the prorty of the same yar when
on June 30, 1904, 1 reported: made by the Legislature. the needs created by the Buckman aw, -- applying for a temporary injunction in
"I he revenues that will be derived The levy of one and one half mills d to this end an effort has been made A Tribte to the nited States District ort to n-
during the coming year for general rev-, for the year 1906, as authorized by to establish a commercial department,, Colonel Raymond Cay whom Leon join the commissioners from enforcing
enue purposes o0 the btate, from i- Chapter 5374, Acts of 1905. to provide in which we hope to secure the services county stills claims as %her own, al- a reduction in the passenger rates,
censea. interest on State deposits, sale for the appropriations required by law of an expert to teach penmanship, book- though he is now engaged In large bus- which was double the statement made
of fertilizer stamps, redemption of tax to be paid from the General even keeping, stenogra hy and typewriting. iness interests in Jacksonville and re- to the commissioners or to the Comp-
sale certificates, and other sources be- Fund is hereby directed. It will bnecessafy, however, to charge sides there, has been spending some troller. Mr. Burr asked the National
sides ,taxation, together with an in- The increase in the taxable property a small tuition fee of $1 per month for days this week with his brothers, Mr. Railway Commissions to not give any
crease in the property valuation on the in the State and the confidence felt that each of these four brakes. The un- Chas. A. and David Cay and his hosts credit to statements mad by Mr.
assessment rols of tne different coun- the good people of the State ill aid in designed will be pleased to talk with of friends, and visiting his oldand loved hlles before the committee of Con-
ties in the State for 1904 will, in my securing the benefits of the Pension any student wishing to enter this de- stamping grounds. Thursday he took grsa .
opinion, be sufficient to warrant the re- Fund to only those who are justly en apartment. In order to establish it the a little run to St. Marks and we pre- Benjamin F. Chadbourne Railroad
duction of the tax levy to meet the cur- titled to t, seem to justify a reduction names of twenty-five students romis- diet he will hardly return east before Commissioner of Maine, made a heated
rent expenses of the State, and to pay 'of the tax levy or tat fund s author-" ing to enter must be secured y Sep- visiting pleasant Panacea, a place he reply to the charges.
the interest on the bonded debt oft te el by law. tember 5th. It is useless to s eak of loves so well and where he has spent so MR. HINE8 .kPLIE8.
State, from three (d) muls to one (1) t vIrtue of authority vested in me the benefits accruing from such ade- many pleasant hours hunting wild When the news of Mr. Burr's denun-
mill on Oe doliarfor the year 1904, pro- by chapter 535, Actsf 19, yer apartment to cur school in Tallahassee. geese ducks and other gameand catch- nation reached Louiville, Ky., Mr.
Svided appropriations to be made by the I reduce theax levy for the Pension he board understands that the great ing fish. The colonel i a strong be- Hines was sought and made the follow-
Legislature of are kept witnin Fund to three mills on the dollar, for object of all education is to prepare for liver in the health-giving and curing reply to Mr. Burr's attack
reasonable bounds and thne strict econ- the year 05, and direct that ony uh life, and the object of this department ualities of Panacea Springs. Every Mr. urr's statement is simply a
omy now enforced in all ot the State ler of three mills shall be ma and will be to turn out from our school Tallahasseean is always pleased to stee deliberate misrepresentation. While
departments is adhered to." coected for such fund for the year bread winners-young people who can Colonel Raymond Cay, for his heart is vice-president of the Louisville and
Upon this report Governor Jennings' Your trul90 at once enter upon remuerative work. as big as the man and he scatters sun- Nashville Railroad I swore to the com-
ordered the tax levy for general reve- Sn N B BROWAD We realize that some of our neigh shine all along the way, by his warm panys Florida tax return and the val-
nue purposes reduced from the 3 mills (Signed) N B BR oernWAhoring counties, who, like ourselves, friendly greetings to everonehemeets. ues stated were high, when considered
uixed by the Legislature of 1903 to one- Govrnor. have relied chiefly on the Florida State His friends are greatly pleased at the in connection with the company's small
half o 1 milltor the year 904. This ;MILITARY DEPARTMENT. College for their High school facilities noted improvement in hnis health. May earnings in Forida. Afterwards It be-
levy furnished ample funds for the pay- Governor Broward under the author-: are not as well able as ourselves to he live long and continueto prosper. came necessary for the company to en-
ment of all demands, and on January 1, Ity of a recent act of the Legislature, meet the emergency, and will be pleased _- _j- oin the Florida Railroad Commission
190o, there was a balance of $2Wa,418.32 has appointed the following commis- to have the advanced pupils attend our Uisfbra Schael b e From enforcing an unreasonable low
in this lund, as against $266,300.41 on 'sion to select a suitable site for a per- High school if they can make mutually Elsewhere will be found a notice of passenger rate on its already unremu-
Jannary 1, 1904, and $228,042.26 on Jan- manent camp ground: satisfactory arrangements with us. the school board of Leon county of the negative line in Florida, and I swore to
uary 1, 1903. 'Ihis balance, being very From the State Senate- Hon Louis: tanley' Business College was edtab. coming adoption of a uniform system' the bill filed to secure that injunction.
largely in excess of previous yearly bai- C Massey, of Orlando; fr(< m the House lished some years ago in Thomasville. of school text books for five years. It was my opinion and the opinion of
ances, justified the reduction ordered by of Representatives Hon. Eugene S. Ga., and was very successful, many The action of the board in providing the company 's counsel in the case that
Governor Jennings, and tne general Matthews, of Starke and Hon. Wm. students from the surrounding country for the entrance of pupils graduating a Railroad Commission ought not to be
revenue fund, containing $28,414.32 on M. Girardeau, of Monticello; from the of South Georgia and Middle Florida, from our Graded and High School to permitted to reduce ratesbelow a point
January 1, 1905, was ample to meet all Florida State Troops-Maj. Gen. J. boarding in the town in order to the University and College for women where they would yield fair return on
usuul appropriations, including natural Clifford R Foster. Adjutant-General, attend this college, thereby demon- is very timely and important, and the cost of reproducing this property.
increases in State expenses. Brig-Gen. Chase. P. Lovell, Command- strating the strong demand for such should receive the universal commen- and, therefore, its fair value, was a
But the Legislature of 1905 has made ingt 1st Brigade. Col. Henry Bacon, an institution in this section. In- dattin of all school patrons every- stated sum, and this sum was very
large number of unusual and extraor. Surgeon-General, and (ol. Jno W. deed it rew to such an < extent that where, and particularly in Leon county. much larger than the value I had fixed
(linary appropriations to be paid from Skett. <,mmanding 1st Infanty Macon desired it and offered prior .up the prorty for the purpose of
te genera revenue fund during the STAT DEPATMENT. inducements for its removal t that Mesir.N. M C. and 1) W. Williams taxation. the property for the purpose of
e gener revenue fund during the TAT PATMNT. city, causing Thomasville to loe it re of Attaptilgus, Ga.. was in the city this "No o contends it is roer to as-
next twelve monins. Among them are Letters Patent: Ackerman Stewart cently. This appears to be an op)por- week and purchased the R. 1,. Collins sNo ort contends t is proper to us
the following: Drug Co., Palatka, $10,INJ. L,. F. tune time for the movement of oir drug store stock and fixtures. They ive property at whatitwou t to
State aid to public schools (No. Jvckson, F. D. Ackerman. 1) W. Ram- people look ing toward the establish- are undecided yet as to whether they tire r t that th
3381) $ 50,000 saur. ment of a l:usiness College in Tallihas- will enlarge the business and remain bil no stated, that for the purpose of
Uniform system (No. 3382) 50,000 Suwannee Hardware 'o L, ive Oak. Mee. here or move to some other place. testi the Railroad Commission's
further aid to schools (No .$25,,0<. H. H. Hair, J. S Rof, It. "We can live without poetry, music or I Itesntheioof rroadu on
31),( 25)000 E. McNeill, J W. Register. books. I [zectriX Notice., rates, the cost of reproduction was the
General Statutes 14,51 Live Oak Sash and Door ('C.. live But the civilized man cannot live with- NOTICE is HIEREY GIVEN TO AI.lRFlD.I' proper value The two values were
'Iraveling exlirwnes circuit Oak, $25,0(1). Same as above. out cooks iti,r ,of th<. tate of Hari. I). HIartt. d.- necessary on very different bases, and
judges 2,4(K) Bingham & Maley Co., Daytona, out Cem.. and to all iwrwonm having claim. against there was no inconsistency between
Rerjudntng Supreme Curt e- 0 '. M ingham, .Jr., J. i What use would a cook be if there him ,,r his estate, to, irent same, ace.rding t, them "
Reprinting Supreme C court Re- $20l,(My. C. M. an , Br., I were no provisions in the house to be itw. wi hln twoyearsfrm .hrr l dUat, lhe 2fth day d- ..-....,
ports 10,000 Maley, Dora E. Maley,E. E. Bingham. k abl tat o of ', utu rwite allmch claims and te- hem s
.......d. ighamThis uncomfortable tate of ma,,,l will he I '. h
Soidiecs' Home 4,' ~. things often occurs with people who AGterut.s.i.i cHar1.m anh pino atos
Asst. State Auditor and tray- Duval Bers.t When pains or irritation exist o...rny
A eses.W)have not been taught some profitable xecutrixof .state,,t iHarris I1. Ilartt. Iart of the body the ipltion of
eing expenses 2,800 The True Democrat desires to direct trade or profession wherewith to earn Tallard Snt of the body, the application ofmpt
State Hospital, building anid the interested attention of all of itsN a living. r.(tinlad,4 stat, relief lard' W. Suivan, Ivep. sroullivanpt
improvement 411,000 reader, to the unique and effective ad- Ourhigh school isa preparatory school I t id ( ,ail h.. ,e twea, r,, uel Rn.Sul, lv. T., writes June ,
Selecting campground 300 vertisement and proposition of the to fit boys and girls for college. but a in.4,ih' ,, curt. under tath, y ithe Ami.ni. .ltr2: l "I tkengreat leisure in recom.
.taate census 30,") Duval Brothers, who now conduct one large majority of the boys who attend ,, r.atr f, the n nat.h .. amending B. lard'a Snow Liniment to
(Goverror's mansion 25,000 of the largest and most coprehenive it will probably never be able to corn- N"iol her.,y driven to all irn. having all who ar afflctd with rheumatism
Mid-Wmter Fair Association 15,0 business places in the Capital City. plete t eir education atacollege. They atil the ulswor-nan e, It is the onlyremd I have found that
. Ve.st Florida Fair Association 2,IMm) The proprietors are younir men of en- are poor, and will have to hustle for a t.t.,,re he li.t day oef March. A. 1 in. ,,r the giveS immediate relief 26, 50c and
Battle flags 130 terprise and established business pos i- living as moon as they have finished the a.me wil ith arrd. A. W i,. ,, l (N., For sale by all uggists.
Deficiency salary Governor and tion, and their propomition is one that, high school couse. "Great oaks from .l, -l,,r,,la---.
State attorneys 6,3{00) while calculated to expand the reputa- little acorns grow," and, should we add Augu.st u. iO. Church Netice.
Relief of Mattox et al I5) tion of their already large business, is a business department to our high No.Tl, of ..Adt f a t'.. r.f 'nifr ,S... ,m First Batist Church Clinton street
Relief of J. H. Jackson 62 also an incentive to their friends and school in order to give the boysof Leon High Sch.,l HF.ik. fr I <',.Count>, li,,rnd. ar Adams, Frank W. Cramer. pator.
Relief estate Pearce 485 customers to gain a valuable prize county a better opportunity to earn a Tm.lahaa.'. at., Aug 2. n Preaching service each Lord's Day at
Huckman bill 75.KX) while acquainting themselves and their living, it is not im ronable that this de- No,,t i.w hereby ven t, all wh,,,m i may -on-r1
Hefundming liquor licenses (est) 15.<,00 friends, and the readers of The True artment might ultimately grow into a cern th uniformm sy.tem ',f high ch..l i,k. 11 a mn. and 7:45 p m. Bible School at
renting (onstututional Amend- Democrat, with the attractions and ad- ull- fledged commercial college if prop- ", ,r oun. rd t sl tr h,. ,.- 10 a m. Junio r Baptist Union at 8 p
ments of 1903 12.,544 vantages of doing business with Dluval erdy managed. ii public Intrurt.on. in ,on.ultadon wuth .he S e Y .. t'p
Enrcamnipment. annually 15.INI Bros. .f.here are some young people in this <',unty HMuPlin.tendet. .of uI'.il.r li,.trcti.,n and. The subjects for Lord 's Day, August


Amounting in all to the
sum of 396,171
These amounts and those included in
the general appropriation bill, amount-
ing to $472,000. make the demands upon
the general revenue fund for the next
year a total of $868,111, Af9M, in my
judgment, necessitates the tax levy at
the maximum figureofli mills for gen-
eral revenue as fixed by the Legislature.
I believe, however, that some relief
may be given the taxpayer in the mat-
ter of pension levy, the Legislature fix-
ing the maximum of that millage at 4
mills, when 3 mills will probably meet
t he demands for the next twelve months.
<./ Yours truly,
A. C. CRooM,
Comptroller.
Tallahasse, Fla., July 11. 1906
Houn A. C. Croom. Tallahassee, Fla.
SIR-Your communication of July
lo0th, relative to the State tax levy for
the year 1906. for general revenue pur-


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FOR SALE CHEAP. town who are so unfortunate as to lack c,.iimtt.- or thr, w c"in heliri earor In
A nice horse-power Gasoline E even the rudiments of an education; in-u Thr.i.k w '. be m.it, b,. ,mt.r five-
n for sale c heap; also a good second- deed, some of them can scarcely sin mnaton ,ourely on their merlts, but, othe,.r ,t- I
hand B ath Tub Apply aTrue Demond- their name. Why this should be the u,.-, bel, ,ual. iln r wirll,. of ,ur, a y
and Bath Tub. Apply at rue Demo- a nkdue reaPrd Iw ,the mo.t f flrie ,ffrs in the way
crat office case I do not know. Perhaps it was of .chan* and inrudlurtory pri-e.
crat office. their misfortune, or it may have been The Duckman bill having r-e.ntly asli.hhed the
Mr Roscoe Snipes' friends are all their fault, but it is certainly a deplor. tFt S tht schowi.e .Us f stah..it uny toh ido
pleased to learn that he is now improv- able stateof affairs and should be rem- all in their power to remedy this in, ito the youth
ing. edied if possible., or their usefulness ,,f our county ry making our high schols among
I John lker, of Carr both for themselves and the community .r ve ..bt r .a d itherStata n v er n mt.nt t
('apt. John Locker, of Carts- is greatly impaired by this ignorance. the i,,n Hi h School. in nrder tai rive the stu-
belle, was in the city Wednesday cir- They are poor people who have to work dent. the antlstw of a practical busho
culating among his hosts of Tallahas- for a living, and have neither time nor *'..r" ni- @t wetd our neihboring or n-
see friends. money to expend on an education; and e.. who likeourselv Mhave ruled chiefly on the
Chief Langston on Thursday arrest- besides these reasons, many of them lorida utate CAsfo r tMor hifrh chm ol hel-i
ed Ben Sloan, colored, from the lamo- are over school age, and would not like tiesAr, fntd w"ll ~' ple'' to hmeethisr
nia neighborhood, charged with larceny, to endure the ridicule and humiliation advsned puii. attend our hi h school it th einr
and turned him over to the county au- of attending school in a class of small makemutuall mtly fs st l WrrItY sWWNita with
thorities. children, if they could. quAl pubheon dM potmirin se fle t t ssIe rS .
Mr. Zackary informs us just as we In the business department it could, bra of the County lupelsnta'nlmntf Ibbeln-.
Sto press that the fine launch of perhaps, be arranged to have such a ructike los, o ofr seh nooksa a hmay msi,
President Shonts of the Panama Com- elass taught for a few hours each day: to poerfru eOindektio .isado that all
mission was totally destroyed at Carra- until they acquire a fair knowledge of j.,mmit.. of tsa brschet thisuieungat
belle last night by an explosion and af- reading, writing and arithmetic. M Bard. Goo. 1. DAvis. chairman.
terwards burning Only one person E. B. Erm g9. Erri.
was slightly injured. Supt. Public Instruction, Leon Co. Supertatlldet and Seerwtary.


27, Will be IUIIoWB; o ornin nouur,
"The Law of Christian Growth." In
the evening the theme will be, "Life's
Decisions. Junior Union Subject,
"A Conquest Meeting." Senion B Y
P. U., "Woman's Work in Extending
the Gospel. "A most cordial invitation
is extended to every person to come.
Heim to DeaL
Two blocks from Capitol. Apply to
J.W. .Corbett.
Capt John C. Hodge, of Sopehoppy.
was among his Tallahassee friends
again yesterday.
Mr. S. B. Hartafield, one of Leon's
industrious farmers, was in the city
yesterday and made our office a pleas-
ant visit
Mr. Tony Burns returned home yes.
terday after a two-weeks business and
pleasure visit to New York and the
eastern markets, where he purchased
an elegant fall and winter stock of
goods for the firm of Wight & Burns.














TH TRUE DEMOCRAT
Jio 0. COLUM. I rtrre.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
Entered -a Mieond Clasu Matter Marrh!l, I1 06, a
the Poet Office at TaIahsaee. floridk und"
Act of CQnwreea of March 3. 11179.

o(He In Telephne, aucidnir. Corner Adnam a
Clntom Htreet.. Telephone No. 110.

Huhariptioun. $1.(0 I'er Year. in Advane.
Advertioinng Ratn on Appliation.

TallahasseM Frida, August 25, 19e

"We want a printer," nays the De-
Funiak Breeze, "'must be a total ab-
stainer" Hold on, there! You don't
want a printer. you want an angel.
The Milligan Herald makes itself ed-
itorially responsible for the following:
"Anyone c it takes a man to e twgood on week
days." '
The Florida newspapers are poking
all kinds of fun at Madison, for the de-
feat, the other day, of the proposition
to establish a school sub-district. Don't
let us Tallahasseeans get in the same
class!
The Georgia I.egislature has created
from portions of Decatur and Thomas
counties a new county to be called
"Grady", after the famous and lament-
ed Georgia newspaper man, Henry W.
G(rady.
Elsewhere we reproduce a well-writ-
ten "obituary" of "Gas Addicks" from
the Jack.mnville Times-Union, and
commend its careful perusal to all as-
piring, would-be political bomaes, wheth-
er they have "a President behind them"
or only a smaller official.
The Crawfordville Breeze says:
"Where there in much smoke there is
bound to be Home fire According to
the above maxim a railroad will be run
from the St. Marks branch of the Sea-
board to Panacea Springs and to Carra-
telle. This will surely be a fine route'
on account of the fine belts of timbered
lands and the proximity to the coast"
I'ennacolaand DeFuniak Springshave
organized military companies to re,
place the two i'eneacola companies re-
cently disbanded. Tallahamee should
have a first-clans, "crack" military
company, but the young men of the
town don't appear to be, of the "stuff
heroes are made of", and the State
capital in therefore in dlingrace in thin
respect.
President Holloumon, of the .Jackson-
ville "Tri-State Fair and carnival l As-
oclation", and President Brown, of
the Tampa "Stalte Fair" are at oddsi
on account of conflicting dateh, the, for-
mner event having been fixed for )cto-
her )13 to 1, and the latter for October
iro to ;). Is it the old problem about
ain irresintable force cmniriKi iin contact
with an immovable', oblj'ct"?
Editor lavin, of tIhe I iv Ot)k ('r
cent, in a recent isnue gave some very
i ltere'ting rtminii'cn.ies of the Florida
newspaper fraternity (of 2r' yesirs ago
in Sumter county. Some) timee, when
colrivenlient, this writer hopqie to rilpple-
milnt the Cre'sce'nt editor's valuable
contribution to the history of the ciaft,
biy going hack in time teo IM79, when he.
li,,ani his nwl caper work in I'lhridla.


The (Gauine'ville Sun thus niot's ithe'
(lemime of its lihalc contem|mortry, the
Star: "The (ait.snesile Star, a week-k
ly paper which hi s l e'i.n iirtedl in this
city for a little over twoi years, failed
to twinkle last week. A telephone
message from the llh''e of the 'eppei r
Publishing ( company, where' it has teenn
printed for fsevern i n onthm stated that
it had been "'cut out." Thel piil.1is.her
did not even hid hia re'ade-re uosl-yv..' "
Thi editor iof thi nwsi m pililper has fro'
equently exprenlsed has will gne's that
his brethren of their. State' Irress should
quote or use, in lany way they Inight li'e-
sire, with or without credit. any mat t'r
found in our columns; htbut we protest
against heiving our matter credited 'to
other sources. In its latet issue' their
Jasl|er News re' rinteld our editorial
reminiscence of the eilatoriul oattet
between Hill. Stephen. anld (Girltii. in
174., at Atlanta, crediting the mIs,' to
the Atlanta News.

The Tallahasse, 'ITrueI r leniwreit si
telling some strange occurrences aitiut
State printing contracts and other mat-
ters at the State ca ital, which makes
very interesting reading for voters and
tax-payers. Jacksonville Metrw|mlis.
We have scarcely Iw'gun to tell all
that there is to tell, rner have we yet
told the strangest of the occurrences
relating to the printing contract and
"other matters."


Warranty I )eelueedr. IC Il form.
I ie'nicwtrut Otilte.


True
tf


STuIo JUT. ; AUAa vs. NICARAGUA. TO DR. 9TmRL A GRAND PROPOSITION
The trial of William F. Williams at Considenble interesting light is The distinguished editor of the .Bar-
Pensacola for the murder of John White, thrown upon the Panama canal project tow Courier-Informant recently paid
has attracted pubile attention through- by Hon. J. D. Yeomans, of Sioux City, the following just and eklquent trioute Tw y "i A ?S", *I si
out the State, and, although he was de- Iowa, who for several years was a to the fidelity and skill of State Health Er
t fended by able counsel (who utterly member of the Inter-State Commerce Officer Joseph Y. Porter: There are t
failed to establish a defense on the Commission. In a recent article he is many different lines in which men may n or as to "hy ourbusinetbs i
ground of "tw.apora&y insanity"), the represented as saying that the Panama achieve distinction. Politics, religion, success," we have decided to \'v
d verdict was confidently expected to be canal is "the greatest humbug of the | medicine, laws, literature, and science Twenty-fve dollars in cash. to the pt a'-
adequate to the crime, age;" and having been one of a syndi- all afford wide fields for the employ- son wrting the best Article on this
Nevertheless, the jury, while forced eaten that was prepared to build an isth- ment of human agency and ability in The contest will be conducted and
by the overwhelming preponderance of mian on the Nicaragua route he alleges attaining that much desired but fleet- governed by the following rues:
evidence to convict the accused of mur- that $100,000,000 would have constructed ing thing we call fame. Use as many, or as few words as y, u
der in the flrst degree, was timid or un- a canal there which would have carried If the confidence, the love and the like.
wise enough to add to it a recommends- 27 million tons of traffic annually, and admiration of his fellow-citizens enti- forceful ng pon your Article clearly part .d
'tr miforce fully as possible What part of
tion of mercy, which, under our law, the work would have been completed in ties any man in the State of Florida to our Success is attributable to each line
fixes the punishment at life imprison. four years. have his name high on the name of of merchandise carried in our stock, for
ment. But, says Mr. Yeomans., this looked fame, that man is Joseph Y. Porter. illustration-
mt ,To what extent is our Line of Dry
The motives which prompted this too much like a canal, and the great in- As chief health officer of the State, he Goods responsible for this success?
ghastly travesty on justice are, of fluences behind the present transconti- has bent every energy, employed every What has our Line of Ladies, Meini
course, unknown; but it may well be nental transportation business suddenly faculty of mind and body to conserve and Children's Shoes contributed to this
presumed that the jury was either im- ceased opposing the canal project and the health and well-being of the people susces"i?
pressed with a fear of personal antago- pushed the clamor over to Panama. of Florida. He has fought yellow andBoys' Clothing to do with our u-
nism on the part of the friends of the The men who run the big railroads know fever and other dreaded forms of dis- cess?
accused, or were simply too flabby- what Panama is. ease, hand to hand, with wonderful What has our Spot Cash System of
minded to perform their plain duty to "Do you suppose Congress will go on courage and skill, and, best of all, with Doing Business added toour success?
the public. putting up money for grave stones and wonderful success. Every Customer Full Value for his
Fortunately, their shameful derelic- quinine down there? I am glad I am not When the names of our governors money, added to our success?
tion promises to be cured, as the accused in it Everybody down there wants to and senators, our railroad magnates How much has our method of Selling
was immediately arraigned for the mur- do what Wallace did or what the boss and millionaires are entirely forgotten Only Reliable Goods advanced our busi-
der of Edwin C. Dansby, committed at of the whole works is doing-live in the name of Joseph Y. Porter will To what extent has our Courtesy and
the same time as that of John White, New York and run it by proxy. shine with ever increasing lustre even Promptness in Serving our Customers
and a change of venue to Jackson "Why should Shonts or Wallace be to the latest generation whom he has been responsible for this success?
county was granted by the court. It is chosen to dig a canal, anyway? They i served so faithfully and well. How can we further improve our
to be hoped that a Jackson county jury never did a piece of work in their lives THE TELLOW FEVER RECORD. beneficial to ourselves and our custom-
can be selected which will be able to of this sort or anything calculated to The record of the prevailing epidemic ers?
perform its manifest duty without equip them for doing it. in New Orleans discloses some remark- Write only on one side of your page
,, in New Orleans discloses some remark- and as plainly as possible Fill out the
childish- or worse-evasion through the "Every man selected so far to do the able characteristics bank beloa with
able characteristics. blank below, and send in with your
loophole of the law permitting a "rec- work has been picked from a transcon-. Up to the 12th of August, when the Article.
commendation to mercy. tinental railroad Would you pick a number of new ase 1 Each paper received will be number-
-, competitor to build a co peti i greatest number of new cases (105) ed consecutively from one up, and en
OO .R'S SECOND R .A.. nesm They may t allm rightnut bus were reported, the local authorities had tered in a book keptby us for this pur-
John Wanamaker, ex Postmaster- e. i y may be all righ, t none" been in charge; and the greatest num- pose, stating the number of the paper
General, his daughter, Mrs. Washbur- f it look. like canal to me bwr of deaths reported on any day (12) and the .iame of the person sending in
onrand Booker T. WasWhingtondhined There is no doubt that the belief pre- was the record for the th and 14th. the same.
ton and Booker T. Washington, dined n wh th uerane was the record for the 13th and 14th. Have your Article reach us not later
together at the United States Hotel, Mr Yccordance with the utterances From that time, under the administra- than September 16th.
Saratoga, on a recent Sunday, the ne- of Mr. Yeomans but not because of tion of the Marine Hospital authorities, The Articles will be delived to the
gro escorting the daughter of the de- them, that the Inthmian canal project the number of new cases each day rap- Judges on the 16th of September, and
w vehemently oppotued and robbed 1 t will be known to them only by their
apartment store magnate to the table was vehemently opposed and lobbied idly decreased, to 45 on the 20th; and willbe known to the m only by their
against by the transcontinental railroad the number of deaths dereased number, as we shall take the precaution
Comment might be omitted but for interests, which were powerful enoug the number of deaths decreased to 4 on to keep the names of the writers from
the fact that this is the second time rests, which were powerful enough the 16th and 17ta and on the 19th and the Judges. Said Judges will consist of
that Washington has had an oppor- to block legislation on the subject for 20th. three distinguishedgentlemen, who will
several years; also, that the same in- decide as to who is entitled to the
tunity to show good sense and deo- fluences prevailed, when legislation f iustration is ne tededhap tof argument Twenty-five dollar cash prize; and when
tion to the interests of his race in the could no logreprvnt dlay, or illustration is needed to justify theso decided, we will make our check for
South, and the interests second time race in thbump- could no longer be prevented or delayed, prevailing demand that all of the lower, this amount to the person so decided by
tious desire tohe show that he i"as bumpgoo in the selection of the Panama route Atlantic and Gulf coasts should be said Judges to be entitled to the same.
tius desire to how that he is "as gd and the abandonment of the Nicaragua lacd under the supervision and con-
as a white man" has caused him to din- route. placed under the supervision and con Forthe benefitof our customers wish-
regard the welfare of hi own people I Th itrol, for all quarantine purposes, of the ing to compete for our Twenty-five-
for the sake of a petty personal gratif- These malign influences, so pointedly Marine Hospital Service, as Florida now Dollar Cash Prize, to be paid to the
cation. referred to by Senator Morgan in his is, the foregoing record is enough. person (gentleman or lady) writing the
S far aWan aker ani dauh-several speeches on the subject, must best article on "Why our Business Is a
So far as Wanamake'r and his augh- have been exerted upon the canal corn- The True Democrat is not responsi- Success," we give the following infor-
ter are concerned, n one need be at all mission, in the first instance, to induce ble in any manner for the contents of nation:
surprised at their behavior. As the la- t i rtomen ths following clippings from the editor We began our business in Tallahassee,
mented and pure-minded mincoln wai dationin favor of Nicara rua and make rial columns of the Live Oak Crescent, 1902 and, from the beginning, adopted
wont to remark: "For those who like a supplemental report in favor of Pan- but reproduces them in order that Tal- the following rules:
that sort of thing, that is just about the ama. Otherwise Congress would have lahasseeans may learn how things at Buying and Selling for Cash;
ort of thing they may e expected t been without excuse for cho osing the the capital appear to others abroad: chandise;
like. latter as the official route. The True Democra' prints some tear- Treating our Customers with all the
Booker Washington, however, being What were those influe.n'ets? ow ful correspondence between the Chief Courtesy possible;
more familiar with the probable con(e- Executive and his late Private Secre- Giving all customers as Prompt At-
nc hiwere they applied? Who got th en- tary in which it is made to appear that tention as possible;
uence.of hil conduct, s.. hould have hd fits which may have accrued thereby? the former separates himseiz from the Giving every customer the Greatest
the manhnodx to refuse to be placed in These are questions which can, per- latter simply, solely and only because Possible Value (believing that every one
the position of alienating the many hap only be fully answer by the in- he had promised the ob to another, is entitled to the full value of his
frienim in the South whose encourage- M L i ant( that the latter 'hnJds compensa- money).
frind in the South whose' encourage- dividual members of the canal co'nmis- tion for the separation' in the factmoney).
me'nt and support in his worthy enter- sion themselves; and it is scarcely to that he simply moved across the hall of Duval Bros. Tallahassee, Fla.
prise was his best, and for some time be expected that they, or any one of the Capitol into the office of the Comp- [(ut thin out anl mend it with your article.l
his only, reliance in the early stage of them, will ever have a word to sa troller. It is, perhaps, to be regretted
his enterprise at Tukeg erly stg of them, will ever have a word t say that one of our governmental depart.
about the matter, voluntarily ments cannot recruit its clerical force ------- 190
UNDER FALSE COLORS. THE COCAINE TRAFFIC. without robbing another department. DvA Ros.: Herewith fnd my
UND|FfALS COLOR. 1THE COCAINE TRAFFIC. f, DuvAvx. BROS.: Herewith find my
he Miami Metropoli i making a la has a very evere i- ts figure ust moment. Hon. article in competition for your $25
gi llant lht aint certain ocai Pensacola ha a very severe rdi- Whitner, superintendent of the in- Prize
ight against cri nance forbidding under heavy penal- sane asylum is a nephew of Hon. A. C.
rants for office in a Itemoiratic primary ties the indiscriminate traffic in cocaine Croom, our present State Comptroller.
content for nominate ions who fnd it that has prevailed for several year Dr. James Kandolph, assistant physi-
mewhat difficult tio prove up" their that has prevailed for several ear cian at the asylum is either a nephew, Fla
claimwh tee le' ria'tde' as "er.crathr and two prominent druggists have been or closely connected with Mr Croom. NoFla.
claims t r. r,.elanhvt as iemocratM placed under arre't for violating ita Mr. James H Bell, the recently ap- -
Itecause one of them, a Republican, provisions., pointed county judge of Marion county, Jeff. L. Davis, the sprightly and wide-
has taken sides in favor of one IDemo- There should e a State law on the is, we learn, also related to the Croom awake new editorof the Live Oak Cres-
rat and against another, in a IDemo- family, and thus it seems that the
'.r.t.i.. 'nt'rinsrt t .th'ee it rn r subject, not only in Florida but in Brookville contingency is exerting a cent, makes the following caustic cornm-
ruicintrr onenf eeor a no eina- every other Southern State In Geor- wonderful influence in Florida appoint- ment on the Marion county judgeship
lon, he claim, to bet eligible to become ga, the negro population is becoming ments. Seems to be a family atfair, as appointment:
Seandrlidate for a municipal office hopelessly infected with the cocaine it were Governor Jennings set the precedent
against a D)n'erat, while another, habit, the result being a rapid increase I Cleveland Vindicated. to ignore the recommendations of county
who has been proven, notwithstanding in crime and insanity and the evil Frthe Chatt.nol KTitmes. executive committees in the matter of
his denial, to have been ofttc'ially con- c. The announcement is made that ex- appointments. His fate in the primary
hetedewitha thocialivnt party orniyan- promises teo come as dangerous in President Grover Cleveland, notwith- demonstrated the condemnation of the
ii,''t.. l with a socialist party orgenaa- Florida. .standing the persistent claims of his people upon his action. Will not Gov-
tion, also think himself entitled to on- It is said that the northern manutfac- political enemies to the contrary, is ernor Broward learn a lesson from a
tr foir a nomination in a De'mocratic turers of the drug are sending secret comparatively a poor man, enjoying an fate so sad, or willof he exercise that
primary e i incomeof not more than $6,uO0 per year awful backbone of his and run the
The Mrpoli regret, that part gents to intrttuce it and encouragea part of which comes from his literary ame risk? We believe the result will
rThe' M'trc Ihlitit's shuhl have been injetted into where these agents cannot make sales object of the most shameless and slan- The mener f thme Court
the leree,,.nt municipal campaign," but they give the stuff away in order to derous misrepresentation for many are now akingwhaSthearepea
under the' circumstances it "feels in cstabiah a demand for it. years, some scandal mongers going s to term "a "well-earned vacation Ifp
duty bound to (disclohe to the unrsuslpect. Whether this in true or not. the traf- far as to charge out of ure imagma- the report gets noised about that the
ink voter the real facts." and it pro- fic should be stopped, or regulated like tion that he had acumuted minions members of the court really have time
ce'Ile to do nos in no uncertain manner. the sale f any erpoon i through the use of his office This an- to take vacations the voters may de-
While we adhere to the belief that it Stom ach Troebles and Comeastlatea. facts, will come as a complete vindica- irf LM, j,,ti ..a ..-..LT


would le' a giodnend to the Florida Dem- No one can reasonably hope for good onand at r the me time as a warn lhis thioa of public officials having
.eracey ftor the Republicans to organize digestion when the bowels are consti-n aaindulst the wanton and cowardly time to take vacations will not be easily
and make a contest for the public offices pated. Mr. Chas Baldwin of Ed- colander ikndul so frequently by polit- digested by the majority of Florida s
Stti, ountyrand uniCipa We cer wardsville, Ill., says, "I suffered from ical hakeffors toand newspaper scribblers in voters, especially when they recall the
State county an municipal we c chronic constipation and stomach troub- their efforts to destroy the character erstwhile congested docket.-Quincy
tainly have as little patience as the .s for several years, but thanks to and influence of public men who may Times.
Metr lis with republicans or Social- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- stand thein the way of the atrons MrClve- The Times should know that all pub
Swho endeavor to neak in underthe letsa package e of these tablets aWhy not get land, of course, has never suffered in lic officials, according to a well-known
canvass of the Democratic circus under tay wellof? Price table cnte. For the estimation of right-thinking people custom, are entitled toannual vacations,
the false pretense' that they belong in- ale by all irugists who count worth by deeds, and ay and that the Supreme Court is no ex-
tile .he stands as one of the most conspicu-
.. .. -.- '_ I ous examples of exalted citizenship and ception to the rule, but for very many
At uincy, the other morning 140 A recent writer wants to know if American manhood the country can or ears-doubtless since itsaorganization-
Atuiny, the ther morning. 140 ojme statesman cannot find a check for ever has been able to boast. like all other courts in the land, it has
wagons loaded with new crop tobacco graft. The check ought to be certified w adjourned at stated intervals, which
drove into town from the plantations to anyhow. Times-Union. For Reat. are called vacations. Some of the jus-
deliver their hurdehns to a single fac Such was the anti-competition re- ties are always on duty, for extraordi-
tory. Why is not such a scene possible quirement for State printing bids. if street. Apply to Mrs Ro ertMcDoue vacatis 'rn good solid hard worke
in Len? that is what is referred to. gall. Tallhasmee, Fla. in the examination ocase


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THROUGH DRAW


TRAIN PLUNGES


Coaches Filled With Negro Ex:ur-
sionists Hurled In:o River.


SCORES ARE DROWNED


Frightful Accident Caused by Engiaccz
Losing Control ot fb:akcs as He
Neared Bridge~.


Ow;ng to the iUab.llty of Engineer
Reig to control his a.rbral.es. an ex.
cursiou train from Kinston, N. U'.,
bound to Norfolk, Va, plunged through
an open draw in a bridge over th.-
western branch of the Elizabeth river
at Br:ce Station, eight miles from
Norfo.k, Thursday, and a half hun-
dred persons, mostly negroes, were
drowned.
UIp to a late hour Thursday night
only seven bodies had been recovered
from the wreckage. The ].at of .n-
jured. so far as can be ascertain,
numbers nearly one hundred, though 1
most of these ara slightly hurt. A
large niinlthe'r of physicians from Nor-
folk and nearby cities went to the

Anong the victims, the cnly whit" i
oncet were dlwajrd Jo;ivffv. nanatftr
of the excursion, and Edward F'orb, s.
who a;sids:'od him.n, both of Grenvill'e,
N. C.


The Merr.it Wrrckiitg organization,
Thursday night, dispatched an expeldi
tion to the sfene for the ; urpnse of
raisin,r the sunkike cars. which lie in
about 25 feet of water. I'ntil the ('ars
are raised, ino accura'ea estimate of
the number (f dead can he given.
Engine and Two Cars In River.
The train was composed of an en-
i'neo and six passenger cars. The en-
gine and two ears wo(nt through the
draw, IPaving the four rear cars on
the track. One car was complo',ly'
tsbrmerged, and the other partly siil-
merged. Nothing is vts hie of the en-
gine. nrot even the sniiokestark. It is
believed that ever;- occu)pint of the
first' car perished. The dead" can be
got','n only biy dv:n.n uind r ihe car.
TIe sete t following Ihe. wrA<-k wnas
one of indivcrhlable' horror. with th.e
shrik: ng of imen. womenIc and 'children
who v.ire drowning, str;gg;ing out .4
the i trtry lt u merge., (o ri and floia'-
ine :n 'ie r:\ r.
Te ;wpt'gor<'g( rw wl rr were- :n'njurl
itn r :.t.t 'y 1 tartel toi n r. i e**' t "'.,
inni rs,'ned in *ie' e':' Nor:fo'lk a;nd
Per's' luth'i 'l w 're e-,)'n,ln ; it: ttr-l t i !)
and P' ', -.i!-iit i% r, t ei t o" 1 o;n q
wvi n:. "- an. M mn v I,,' pv in ti, '

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o'f n *'* <, if:, n on -o' ow i:..i
this *:., ,i ailotht! r 1\ u l\ 'i, I ira:'i
ove'r !,' s inn' road hringing ?11i' o\e
curs:,:st. from ItHo ky Moin'. N. C(
Prcrl ni~ the w recl,, I train was still
another exi*urs;on 'ra i ca rryi'nv' some
three hundred merchnn'ps nd othpro
from Au:g; tn. (;Ga., Char:stton. S ('.
and J:Fel.in .'llce. F'a.. ,iriud to Hal.-
timore. Philn lelphia and New York for
the purrhaser of fall rogds
The first train arr'vod ;T, Norfolk
t4 S:30 a. m.. without accident and
the Augu'a. Jacktonville- and Charlet-
ton merchants all lef, for the north
by water.,
The Atlantic CoWpt T;na oielai
are at a leos to knowu "hy Eno1.neper
Reigp failed to s'op h' t-aln before
co-rain to the dr w.s. as r-q'ler" '1 hin
the cil4t ( of thep rad, An Inv,,-t! (nitio
of e;c ian'se of tle re.'k wl'it .e rnad"
at .nc a:1i the reP .;-,o-i bf 'iv plar 1
wh< ;:',' 1'. oe ,ga Tc ': 't. 'f o,.; !
matfnC LO C X.iaat cii.


CASES MANY; DEATHS FEW

Conditions in New Orleans Thursday.
Dral iScourge Gains Foothold at
Various Other Potits.
While the daIly record of new roe
ver cases in New Orleans shows a
tendency to rise slowly, the deaths
are st:1; small, which furnishes a stim-


Suus for the hope for better things
before long.
Following is the otflcial report for
T7iursday utp to t o"'uc'k p. mn.: New
cases, 74; to: a; cases to date, l.22u;
deaths Thursdta, 4; total deaths to
date, 10; ,(aL~~b under treatment, 424.
Twenty-tliree of t'he new cases were
reported b) o:ne nitdial inspector,
Thursday, while the district toirgeona
have been turning them in in batches
of from two to hilf a dozen. Only three
of the new 1fucl are above Canal
street. One of the new cases is in
Hucktown, which is at the upper end
of Wes; End, and while on the edge
of the Jeffeison parish line, Is count-
ed in New Orleans.
The most important news outside
the city came from Lafourche parish,
where the par.sh health offer, Dr.
Stark, reports wide-spread Infectioi :n;
the Leeville svtthenionit a; the nmotth
of Bayou Lafourrc h. He. says there. are
probably a hundred r as.ts of fs.'l.i.'ss
there, and he sAw about on-thlird 'i
them. lit dia.;nose.d six as yellow
five( r and (lasf-ts thile t tioi-is is either
a rni d type of ye.low fe'\,r or dengii,.
!'his point is 'i nii:es si-llth of the
;-owtuhern I'a'ric road. 'l'he inhabil-
tiants of the st tle'ni ent are rniotly f1sh-
erm ieen in close New Orleans. TLiey are niostly Ital-
lans and Austri ns. The 'state lo)ardi
has dispatched Dr. J. A. Devron to
assist )Dr. Stark in treating the in-
f,.ction.
Dr. A. J. Mon'z took immediate
chargee of the situation at Terre
Ifnute plantation in St. Charles, an-'
reported two ii'nw as,'s. I)r. Ie-nive-
nue halis been dispatched to La PI!ane
in St. John parish. whero twent.-one
eases were fount Wednesday.
A dispalkh from G(ulfport says that
there are four new cases at Missis-
slp)pi City, mank.nii thirtofn now under
trontment. Oi,' of the patients Is In a
rittral conilt:on. The mayor of Gulf-
p'rrt has appointed four physicians to
Tn:male a he'," to house canvass ;)f
i' tow tw to ;is .rI in If there Is ftny
.r:n:.-ss there TThe dl.scove'ry of thin
r 4tt of Infe .'' on on the MlNsissili.p 1
< '.,: of ot ii ch 'ont f-tandiing has catis-
,1 n o)il (e''tal of pt 'rturhation In .M is-
.' ; lir-rn':s (of the open com itnn'-
'!.n that h'is h1 ?nI ho'ed with MIs-
*; i p (" City. nnanl here is now a fl ir
H tin ? c i n ';t '" >') u p i ln're ',r I '
cd ol t ., .! -W ; u p rr .1 II ', ast
v'\ (on P : II T OI .
GIf", 0 I PtVi'l TI11H010 4W"ING.


State I~e(ot'ae (onmmitler Decide. to Put
Out (omp!etp lirket,.
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1 '^ :i ; t-,, 1 ':It ]I' t a sta t r,

(E SlV f(,r FI ; :Lr," '2', l)y the eix-
,' ye .v onith *, '.
1' w's ;ni e tn'hunapitW; meeting
h i h Sit-e' ('l.t :man .1. J Hollowav
o(f Tierrll conll* v call'el to order.
Tlie r- were som, fifty or more nmerm
le rs of the s''r ;' party pre'vnt, reo-
ro'e'nt'ng" every .'etion of the state,
an rnmany off them being members of
the t a'. e,.xecrilve committee.



SGeorg;s Se.ete Adeptl Comiltlee Report
ine FN a oBills W Siged.
Tle Georgia s nate *tlsbd up I ts
work on the nrw counties Thursday
by adopting' in full the report of the
new county co-nmltPe. Turner, Ora-
dy. Toomrnt and Steuhbens were a'.( i. Thi,. foloa-ng the action ofC
the per, r'r W,'!ninPdav afternoon In
ratingg thoe etrtles of Tift. O(rtsp.
Jlnkins anI .left Davis, completed the
tork of carving out new units In the
state of Georg:a.


limpresisi,,n prevailed na her'ofire, that
or.lv a %, 'r% great cont esKion on th0.
part of Japa'n on tihe (,iem'on of ITn-
demnity an. the coilon of Sakha,'
will make peace possllle.

PRIIM.RS PRIPARf fOR STRIKfr.

Union emw rs Advited to Wage War for
the light Reor 0S.
The convention of the loterna'lonal
Typographical VUnlon of North Am,,ni-
ca in session at Toronto dec.d1,,
Thurmsay t. meet In Coloradlo SpringK


next ymar.
The' eight-hour co)mmittfe presentPd
Its report, which Indores the eight-
hour campaign now being waged, ati;l
recommend a strike on January 1.
1905. against employers who do not
accept the new bours la;d down hv
the union,


'PEACE DEPENDS


ON ROOSEVELT


President Enters Breach Confront.
ing Jap and Russ Envoys.


NEGOT NATIONS IN THE AIR


Strenuous Efforts to Prevent Failure ol
Conference-- Virtually Switched to
St. Petersburg and Tokio.

A special from Portsmouth a.a:
Suddenly the eyes of the nations have
been turned by a mysterious midnight
dispatch froen Portsmouth to Oyster
Bay from the peace plenlpo.entiaries
to the president of the United States.
With the early departure Saturday
morning of Bijron Rosen for Oyster
Bay, Presldent lousevelt cuce imoio
became the ten ral figure on thL
world s bta:tF. The long message re-
ceived af:er inidnight by .Mr. Pierce,
the assistan1 .,h'rotary of state, was
from the prt'aidtlnt. It was an invita.
Lion for Baton Rosen to come there
immediately for a Confere:.ee. The
invitation was to Russia's amubasadot
at Wushington, because as Russia's
accredited representative to this co'ai.
try, it is entirely proper for the press.
dent at any tlmo to sumnion him to
a conference.
President looseielt Is exerting ev.
ery particle of his great influence to
prevent a rupture of the peace confer.
ence at Portsmouth.
In this effort he has the active and
cordial suPlI)rt of Great Britain,
France and Germany. Tremiendoud
and world-wile pressure is being
brought to Iear on the government.
at St. I'eterhi irg and TIloklo 11not
permit the Washing:o'i conference to
fall of afrlinatlivte result. After his
conference wilth tihe president, Haron
Rosen left lnirntdihiteily for hit Stis nl
mer home at iMIagnolia, .Mass., whlir3
he and Mr. W'itt the lIlenipotentiary,
Upent Stan~y.t.v. Neither I'residernt
Rxoosevelt minor Itron Rosenii would (ldi.
cuss, 'ven !n it e' most general terrmns,
the details or rssuilt of their confer-
ence.
The Assoclated PIress Is able to an-
nounc e that the feature of the prop-
osition of l'resihlet Rooseove'lt c'omn-
municated through Ikqron Hosn to Mr.
Witte and transferred by the latter to
Emperor Nicholas was hlased iuponi
the principle of arbitration.
Whether the proposal conte'nplatea
arbitration of all the articless upon
which the plenlix)entlaries hn\le failed
to agree, or only upon the qustliont of
Indemnity, (ainnot be stnteid with pIs.
itiveiness, but it Is more than proba.
ble thit it relates only to Inlemnity:
or to indemnity and the sessionn of
the island of Sakhalin.
NN'tIer is it poslih10' tlo say whlethpr
the p;ret4er'nt has ye't nlia(d a iurnila.r
pro)lx)>ition to Japan.
To Emperor Nh holas, thie author of
The Hlitagi peace c<,iiferenc', thie' sig.
gestliut of arbit ratinmi whit'h will nee.
essarily imnmtnnedialt y v (itirnand tl I
sympathy of p lhl,<,' opinion of the
world will te pairtl h larrly hurrd to re.
joet If t. :n.' rres. .itian. If she hita s
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Skal Points in Negotiations Ra ci'd
Inad Discussions Assume More
Cautious Stage.
5he crisis In the peace onferoncei
?ortsmoutb was reached Thursday,
pessimism Is again the note.
ut the darkest hour is jus: before
U dawn, and there. Isn stll hope. Pre-
Slions of a final rupture erftalnly
Snot be\i J4t;tl1f1d iinl'Mss Haron
rniuri fliguratlvely jp kfs tip his hat
unnomuize-s that it 1.s us ll ;4sm *
'eed fujthfr. .,Air. WJin at M ea.;*,
not >.* pre.ri1ptatpe.
he p'e,- iWr .u-J Thursi)y nlght was
id ii on the far t hat no progr'.-'4
| inam lte ,'lrltig :h- day.
the ,*x, liri(I or v.f ws At the norer-
.s H t oe ,n A|, r ArilIr IX ( r'-nliui-
Ion for thw" "eost f t het w.ir'
%lve'i ft (,1i11 th. f the' I'eltltt . MK %i r,, 0 f,r ai;.ar ;as ttlhe polef:'.
I: a ; itm -'i (j vrr. Ar'lic X
euirr,'r l.d r ,f tiet itr:,rn<,|l I tliis-
warshics)p w;1, 4 ti:so pamne'l.
jrtl *I't XI illri .ratrlo of ms'a power)
N Io ad(l).: aie t;ft -r mni lflear'atiloi,
A Ar'ilr' XII will preme,'nt no dlffi.
I'u. ljo that T'hurmday night th .
at.on wsh priltvcally wh it it was
n Mr. Wet- last Haturdlty Ipr,-
o-<1 the itil0m ian rEfply with Itn nori
noris to Arildl.es IV and V (In.
Wlility nrild Hakhalin).
Iie- oiIly .ehanrn Mh now omnpronilAe
4isula to yield Hakhalin and Japarf
Snn.ly. Neither will yield both.
porbsap, .lJapan, at the ftnal show
Shaidsn, will yleld neither. Mr.
4,e, under the imperial indI4-ationfl
l/tlned IB the Instriie-'luns g ve,
before he loft St. P'eerrsburg, ran
tie neither to pay w'ir tribute nor
a foot of tiiaHlSn soil. St. P,-
vir.g the-refore,, on the last report,
ll tou to hl t,''iril from. HIaron Ko).
a It pro ithly will Wv:eolnp an alld
ilnititit oif iwo siliyn In order that.
also ni:-'y lay tle: itnattion Iefore
govrr iir i it for its final Ifleeliloin.
) very great holm- wa M you :iifmed l
IC' .lifan~te'e itip.
'V' are' not flJff-rs," said Mr.
t, and fror) an atlthoriltativv Hotrce',
Ansnoi-atled I'rems corr.eipondent.
lvodl a distinctly had linpresslo'l
J.'dling K the ntlho)k. It wo conifield,
ever, with tin expressnton of the
that If it dpveloped that. the cam.
nret wwas gOing to piereS, Prsildeint
Oevelt might agsrin step h.


'.IOLAS ISSUES UKASE,

IlasI Peoplc Will Be ieard in Na-
*tonal A aubly to Be Convenecd
I t anuaory.
Ht. Petorsburg special says: Ru-q.
national representative assei'bly,
fruit of decades of stress and isrlv.
for reform, which endows tilr
mian people with the right ofb i
consulted through their (choIel'I
resentativeM in the suggestion, pr,'r.-
tion ani repeal of legislation, has
ea Its place among the fundamental
*.Itutions of the empire.
a a solemn manifesto KEmperor
holas announced Friday morning
his subjetsa the fruition of hWs
as summoning the representatives
the people as outlined by him In v
script lasued on March 3 lat., and
aS the date for the first convocation
mid-January, and In a ukase, ad.
*sed to the senate, formally order'
t body to register as tho Imperial
I a law project, formulating the,
ure, powers and procedure of thi.
Sgovernmenltal organisation.
"he manifesto, ikase and project
* published In special adltlons of
* Official Messenger In Ht. Plteri
*" and Moecow. They will also it.
on out for pahblication to all the
Repap'rs thrnighoalt then e>ntpilr,,
,ny of which are preparling to isf,'i
,ra editltonn to signallze a in'ttir
Ia historical ,-~,nt, o'rvershadowin(
Importance thei liberation of th'e

rbe national sa, 'nullative orghlantlton in ('onnr"
with the Snot a Iglilativ' body. The pow.
I of the cmperor re'mnain the'ore'ctlca;


absolute.
the representative of the p4'i)',
II have not only the right to b')
ard on any legislation proposed by
S* govtrament, but also can volo
air desires on new laws and will
ve the right to exert a e Irtain super.
lon over budgetary expenditures.
he suffrage, though wide, is not
Iveraal. It is based on property qual-
t nation, the peasantry having a vote
-rough membership in communal or.
;aoutalOn,
A considerable portion of the ren'
nats of the cities, possessing no
as, together with women, soldiers,
I fuactlonaries, etc., are without
t(`


GeorgUi Assembly Adjourns After
History-Maklng Scsi.


IMPORTANT WORK DONE


Bills of Wide State port Passed od
Will Gi Os Statute coks as
SNew Las.


Black peolmism reigned at Ports-
mouth, N. H., Friday. The prevailing
view is that the fate of the peace
conference is already sealed hat
It has ended In failure, and that al
that now remains Is for the plenipotemw
tiarles to meet on Tuesday to which
they adjourned Friday afternoon upon
completing the nsrlatim (onsideraTlon
of the Japanese terms, sign the final
protocol, g9 through the conventions
and ,bid each other farewell.
Hut thero Is still rOm for hope of
a compromise. Neither President
Itoosevelt nor the powers will see
that chance of peace shipwrecked
without a final effort, and that prea-
sure is being exerted, especially at
Toklo ,to induce Japan to moderate
her terms, is b.-yond question.
Just what is being done or Is to be
done has not transpired. King Edward
Is understood to be now lending a
helping hand, and the financiers of
the world are known to be exerting all
their lnfluen tersburg, the final issue will be der
rided.
The Japene'se have been Implacable
thromghout the sis day slttlngs. They
have listened and explained, but they
have yielded not an lota of the sub-
stance of their original demands.
And now both sides turn to home
for the last word before the cards are
thrown face upward upon the table
next Tuelsay, for the Impasse reach-
ed Friday by theo plenipotentlarles iI
recoginlzed to I- only a diplomatIe ffi*-
tion. If, in the, Intelrnim, fresh Instruc-
tlons are ree'ceved hy *Ilther side, (con-
promise is yet pos-ltble.
But the chance's are recognIzed to
be slim. Ho far as ;ti! IRussian pleni-
potentlarli ar coitire'",|l. there nev-
er was n change of their yielding
both Indemnilty n4nt uatkhalin. The
c(sslon of akhallu, without Indemm-
alty wan, according to the best Iniele
Information, the extrfkmt limit to
which Mr. Witta would over consent
to go and the emperrw has nmt yet
given the word even to ooncode tha*.
And sitll(dnly. a ntw factor has
been Introdiuced, which, In the opinion
of those most compelitent to judge, le.a-
sonri materiaLly the chances that he
might do so, namely, the lastianco of
his manlfe'tn granting a popular rep-
reaentatlv bodlxxly to his subjects. The
bearings of this "historic document," I
as Mr. Witte doewlrihbed t a few days
ago upon thu issue, are easily com-
prehensible. ft is bound to amelio-
rate the Internal situation in Russia.
It is the entering wedge for the real-
IpAtlon of the century old dream of
the Russian people.
"It will create pnthuslaum n at
home." said on e of the most proml-
nent members of the Russian mission,
"betouse all thinking men realize that
it means eventually a great change In
the compositlon of the RussIlan state.
It will be followed by a true parlia-
ment. a responnlhlpe ministry, a pre-
mier and Rtlasls will boomoe a con-
tlitutional monarchy."
At midnight Friday night. R'fretary
Piere was hurriedly called to the
Hotel Wentworth, where a message
was awaiting him from the president .
He Inmedliately wrote a lengthy re.
pil. Later hei was called to the tel-
egraph instrument. and for half an
hour carriPll on a conversallon hy
tflegraph ulth the pireilent, who was
at the other endI of the wiro at Oyster
Bay.
At 1' n, a m thie teeIRra-phic con-
verstlon with tIh' prsi'hldetnt eeane,
and ,Mr I'lrc, lert thIe' hotel In his
autlonmobll,. ie, sal. he was golng
ho0ie. lIit hrvoii i that dei-llned t')
inmahleo 1 s ,t ,tnmrit "I citi toll yout
nothing," he' iI to alnil t'eC anxious
lnq~uilrie's of the ew'palper men.

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corns at CinematI seat a frelhbt car
containing 11.184 copleas, the ftrat con-
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to the branch house In Chicago.


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which the two Methodist churches.
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Dogs Trat Are Overfed.
"Nine out of ten of the pet tdtq
brought to me'for treatment ary th..
victims of overfedilng," sald the'doc-
tor of a dog hovi'tnl. "Theret Isn Ath-
ing else the inwrter with them. One
meal a delay isn mffielent for a he.;Jthy
grown ldog even when he is allow d to
ruum aibonlt the' -e.ts. PI't Mdogs :hat
have nothing to do but loll In the
lups of their owwnrrs are fol threi or
four tiInl-s a daye That Is wrong.
"A ,'I but the' process .9 rery s;ow with him.
lHe Is e.ailly eof'rted. 'he' opinriltm
thilt thle log .r1 cliigl est ail miost any-
thing is err'oneo'l Althoiugh meat is
the dog)'s inturi. foodo, It shoutlhl newr
ble glven In its .Inw state. IRaw it-ef
bo< .s, tI )o large 1 t1SAw. llow, arro g. d \
oneC or twice a week. They SIiipt(h/
phtosphoiis antm cleitansei the teeth.
The inost he-altlhl fool for sogns IW.
t.i tile 'r:tps, holhi t over and f'd cld,l
- New York Pre's-

SOR(itVW OF IT.
Edyth- C(ordelal I the' most pc'sr
ldtic girl I ever know.
Mayrne l- Pessimistic!
Edyth- Yes. Why, ever since her
engagementnl she has been worrying
for foar she may not btL.able to have
her own way after her marriage."-*
*'hicago News.

HAY?
Raynor--Ha'se you any fear at 1*
so-called yellow peril?
Shyne-Bet your life! As soew as
the first goldonrod appears In bloom
I rush right off to Petoskey.-Chlaea
go Tribune.


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Welden. Ill.. anys:
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lrck healnahe. I gIt worse amd worse
until I bre'ame sto low I cold scarrcly
retain any ft"l it nil. nlMttugh I trihs,
every kind. I land bei-iue complete.
ly dlls'ournged, lhad givesi up all hope
land twhitight I was dooljert to starve to
dpath. till one i ny my Lii Sbani trying
1to nil m enetlilng I o'uld retain brought
liltiii' oUite- (riltpei Nuts.
"Too lmy surprise' tlhio ('lt agreed with
Im e, dilgesteld perfectly ndl without dils-
tris Iq hepgnu to gain strength at
otne, my flr h (which haid been flabby)
grew flriner., iy health improved In
every way and every day, and In a very
few weeks I gained W0 pounds aIn
weight I liked :Craslw-Nuts so well
that for 4 months In te no other food.
mid always felt as well satisfied after
eating as if I bad sat down to a fine
aitlUuet.
"I had no return of the miserable
lick stomach nnr of the headaches that
I used to have when I ate other food.
I am now a well woman, doing all my
own work again. and feel that life i
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How a IlInd Man fMnd His We)
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There is a blind man living nl the
heart of New York who walks nearly
every day from hti hoae to a little
restaurant In Canal street. The dis-
tance each way is from eighteen to
twenty blocks, according to bhi route,
and to see him sauntertng carelessly
along one would never suspect his in-
flrmity. When some one asked him
bow he managed to find his way he
said:
"When a man has his sight the
smell of thb streets are all mixed
up, but when he Is blind he learns
to separate them. The odors of the
shops when the doors are open these
fine days are almost as plain to my
none as the signs used to be over the
doors. Some of them yon might
never notice. Take a dry goods store,
for instance. It smells of cloth. Iron
and tin have smells of their own, ama
I ran tell a hardware store laimedl-
arely, I pass two book stores nearly
every day, and I seest them yar4s ot
by the old books. Then ths-re are a
great many other Indmecribable oaore
by which I know this place and rhat.
"Of course, my fet are my principal
gulde, and I've been over the groitud
so off e that I have learned every
Ineqswlty .by heart. Bta I couldi9t'
get Mrlong with either nose or feit
alone. They work together,, and whetm
one beft the other helps out. Be*
tween tem they make a very gooi
substiture for eyes.
'The serret of my stepping out IN'
that I've earned how to stept. People
who can nem hurl themselves forward
like locomotives. That's Why the
shock Is aliWays ao unexperti,ly vio-
lent when you collide with another
person. ltit* I put no extra power
whatever In' my movements, and If
the toe of my shoe touches HsoWe un-
known objeer I stop stock still Um-
nediately."- -tew York Press.


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SFlorida 5tate' News.


Il reniun Lass Completed. Death Claims E. A. Crawfoed.

to be .u,, itn lI'*a.p have been rtnfit. Aslatant State Auditor Ed A. Craw-
teJ .aol a e eiady or d.trbhave tlon and rfrd died suddenly at h.s hom6 in Tal.
all iro.u.oes string hsat should an lahassee a few days ago from heart
onUe wr.c 1 F. sL. uffakr aecreiary atfailure. Mr. Crawtord had but recently
ico w.l o g!ru.y enad them without dt- returned from Uve Oar. where he hal
!' been on am official trip of lnapecting
IThe preouuns fcr both county and the boeks anad records of the county
individual exhibita, owing to the lib- ofic!als of Luwannee county. Tuesday
erai appropr.atlon made by the logia- morning he was not feeling well, and
at are te e ve at remained at home, Inteading to go to)
a s3cttern state fair, which fact, cou- his office later in the day.
pled with the timnse attendance of He was seated in a chair, reading a
homeseekera whom the railways will newspaper, when he complained of a
bring from other ata:es, guarantees the severe de n in the rego on or the heart.
biggrc, display of products. ever col. He decided to go up to his room and
leited in FloriJ. As an illustration Ilie down, but grew suddenly worse,
of the l.berality of the premiums, the and died before a physician could be
1ollown4 are for counties having the summoned. Mr. Crawford was born in
larg,.st anJ best general display of all Athens. Ga., in 1854, and until quite
aprogc.ts aeeuliar to Florida, dincluda n recently was a resident of Midway,
agricultural products of all kinds, cit- Gadsden county. Two years ago he was
rus frules, vegetables, cereals, horti. appointed a clerk to the state auditor.
cultural, cotton, tobacco, preserved which position he held util recently
products, minerals. forestry, livestock, appointed asslatant state auditor. He
poultry, education work, ladies', was a member of a d:stinguished
work und art. family and leaves a wife and five chll
work und art. dren.
First, $2,000; second, $1,000; third, dr
$500U; fourth, $250; fifth, $150; a:xth,
$l1. l The foundation of extensive wharves


Large premiums of from $500 to
$100 will also be given to counties
for separate products exhibited, andt
premiums to individual producers will
be on the same liberal scale.


Hines Dubbed a Liar.
A dispatch from Leadwood, South
Dakota, says: S. Burr, railroad (ont
mnisslcaer of Florld'a, created a sen-
sation ac the meeting of tue National
Association of Railway Commissioners,
when he openly denounced Walker D.
Hines, former assistant general coun-
sel and now first vice *president of
the Lo-isville and Nashville railroad,
as a liar and a lAcrjurer.
He sa.d Hines nmaue a sworn state-
ment of the valuation of the property
of the Louisville and Nashville rail-
read to the comptrollerr (;f the stale
of Flo; ila tor the purpose of taxati)in
for th' year tenling .1June 8ti, 19fi)2.
lie says he later made another
sworn s a te.i!t to the t oll nissionI-
ers ,t I'Florl la ;n tie value of inv
prqwrtt for the : .;ita e year, for r:t',
mnki:i;g purposes, and which was ni;;.t i
great r. -
L.tU e:, Ihe 1 ys, II;n0*: made i :1:; :--
\' 'rn -'at' ient c' th' vaI;: tof t':e
pr ':rty o: the b a'i-n .o .irw' when :i)-
jlying for'() a Iwt'n ot)ary Injun ti0 1 in
the l'i:ted Stat'sk district our-t :.)
enjoin I.11' (cm;inii.sionr from inKg a trdur't .n in pa.-,is Ir ia -,
whi h was !oibl' t!:e staten tin ;':ai'
to !he c'Ol.n i SHlon'r. or to the co:h':-
troll,-r.
Mr. L.:rr r'sk' ,I the .national railwav
(omI is's..IIt'rs to not gil*e aly ctt.'l;s
to s'ate'nents made ly Hiiunes n bfort
tbe committees of (congress. Benjamin


F ('hailbougne, railroad commissioner
of Maine, made a heated reply to the
chi rges.

Thi, to.mperance people of Puttn.rn
are Iending every energy to make
the county go dry on September 2t;.
Copies of an appeal to the women of
the country will be distrib-uted broad-
cast. In part it says: "We, the wo-.



irren of the Woman's Christian Tem.
perance Union, appeal to you, wives,
mothers and sisters, of Putnam coun.
ty, to help us in the work'of over-
coming the' common enemy of our
home* and families, the legalized
IHquor traffic. It is hardly necessary
that we should point out to you the
terrible ravages of this traffle in onur
communityy, the lives it has cursed anti
Ijligh'e l. tle homes it lhas darkened
ani ruined andi the manifoll ev.ls ot
every name and nature that it hae.
brought upon its as well as II;1 tl:':
lan i."

G(oorgo A. .MeLeod, Pit, ao coi:lit. '%
naval stores magnateI, ha* just ro "l,
a deal with a Chicago and St. I.:a.:.
synldiate for a lurge tract of rouni
tlmbl.r landi situated In l'as.o ai1tl
Hernanlo (ountlnts, tlht- (-ons.deiratii>)i
being sixty-five thousand dollars. Th:i
is lwy far the finest and nti'st dthsiralti'
tract 'f round timber in one bIo'y in
the sriat. Mr. Mciteod will box ati!d
work this valuable timber this winter.


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PEACE OUTLOOK I NO WOMAN INTHE CASE


VERY GLOOMY


Pessimism Pervaded Portsmouth
Over Friday's Negotiations.*


A RECESS FOR TWO DAYS!


A Telegraphic Conversation Between
Roosevelt and Secretary Pierce
Was Feature of the Day.


for tne Berma line of ships are being The general assembly of Georgia
laid on the south side of the Miami wa adjourned at Atlanta sie die c.l
river at MiJmi. The property is owne
by the Brichell family and is quite exactly 9:40 o'clock Friday night.
near the point where the river emp- During the evening session, the last
ties into Blscayne bay. The work will discord in the house on the general
toe carried on wlth all the speed -pos- tax act gave way to harmony by tho
sible, and It is hoped that by Septem- recession of the house from its -po.
her 15th. r October 1st. a regular sitlon on liquor taxes as regards so-
line of steamers will be plying be- cial clubs and dining cars. Several
tween Miami, L'3ltimore and New other bills were passed, but most of
York. It will be a great benefit to the evening was given over to fellci-
Miami in reducing the freight rates, ties of one sort or another, Including
the presentation of a handsome gold-
Ordnance Sergeant Pate, in charge headed can' to Mr. Hall of Blbb by the
of the government property at St. Au- new county committee.
gustilne; has receive:! the new narlbl' After the final adjournment, the
headstones to be placed o.1 the so.- members began bidding each other
dilers' graves in the national (ernettery, farewell, while a large group gathered
adjotnang St. Francis barracks. The In the center aisle and sang "God Be
;narhle slabs, e!ghty-hre'e in nlumtber. With You Till We Meet .ga a" and
xill be set at the head of each grav' "The Oldl-Time Religion."
in, place of the coquina blocks. whlica The house on the last day of the sew.
now mark them. Of the total num.r- sion waded into senate bills iin a busi.
her of h iadstoones, *ove.ity-three nre nesslike manner and many rnwe'asurret
It) ma ,rk' unknown gravs, five kn( iv'i of ili;portance which origitlati',l in thli
n.i l ftv' for it(. graves of Indian p 's- P; T p 'r lhou e were enactetl into law.- .
onrirs. T'l(' :unknown slabs liav' tails ill- l'tw'en aena'< bills nov andl then,
S ::'lptl;on ii'nknown I'. S. Solii r. there was a report of a conf( rin -o
In ia; \ i' in! FluIo ia.y committee on some subject or other,
the liquor tax, the reformatory bill
or appropriations,. but the houso stiu'l
.Jan.es \\a:l, the niro who shot and to its work and senate bills were dii:-
s, dan l.o';ct (;. Tj]rlk-r in Ja(ck zi)ille senate measures, to which there was
1'I i'41g of J.1:o ., whil e t1' .Ic some objection, or which were toni
arrest. will spend the nli'Xt tw'1.1 ,%long and complex for proper cons'-l.
)yars' ; hard lalor in thln statr, con- ration in the closing hours, were put.
v:c l by JuIg' Saimuel 1. Shaylor :nt fi The house passed bills to make
criminal court to the full extent drunkenness an disorder on publlli
the law. Wall pleaded guilty to th- highways a misdemeanor; to increoa.s
isoault. Polehman Tucker is still on- the salary of %he attorney general; to
flin at his homne. Iuffering from c th provide more superior court Judges;
dangerous wouni in his nekto make it a felony to shoot or throw
rocks into a passenger train; to re-
Governor Broward has reappointed quire sheriffs to keep bloodhounds; to
M. G. Donk. A. M., assistant state make city and county bonds accepts.
chemist. Mr. Donk has held the post- ble a" deposits by Insurance compi-
t:on for a number of years and is we'l nles; to revise the military laws of
qurlifled for the position. The position the state, and various other measures
of second assistant state chemist. cre- of wide general importance.
ated by the last legislature, will be It is also reached an agreement
filled by I.. Heinburger. M. S. B. IL.. with the senate on the general appro-
of Jacksonville. Mr. Heinburger is priations bill, the state reformatory
a graduate of the University of Plor- bill and the general tax act, the latter
ida and of Amherst College. and is a delaying the adjournment until the
young man of fine attainments, night session.
After some discussion in the senate
The jury at Pensacola In the cas, Friday aftornon the bill by Repro-
of William E. Williams, charged with tentative Wright of Richmond, making
the killing of John White and Edwin It a misdemeanor to buy or attempt
I)ansby. were out only a short time to buy vote at a primary election,
beforer e bringing in a verdict of gully, passed by a vote of 26 to .
A,% recommendation to mercy was made, A large number of important geu.
which saves Williams from the gal- eral bills were passed by the senate
lows. The trial consumed four days. tL the mo.-ning session. Among those.
vas the $75,000 appropriation for a
water work system at the state san:-
An cxatn:natlon of applicants for tarlum at Mllledeville, the measure
st'ite. primary and sinocial certificates disbanding the negro troops of the
for teaching will !I' hi- l In tith. ci'y state, the bill granting the right fit
of iliiesville, beginning on WV.,ltt-. eminent dontain to telephone comp.\-
lnay. Aiiuust l'l. at t0 o'( ;ok a. ir. 1: i les, the bill provldlng for local couti-
,'irsots dr-siriag to apply for any of ty taxation for school ,trpos's and a
those gralhis of certificates arc (i rd, Ltill providing for a s;,cial appropria-
el to be on hand on the tIate abo~e t0on of $25,000 for erecting a hul!dinz I
rwintlonled, at the Georgia Normal and Industrial
-- college.


A" P'iant City .1. 1. Possmor. white,
was shot and killed on Maun strte-t


The Tarnpa chapter, Daughters of ty Night Policeman A. Elam tinad
the ('cmffdtracy. L.ave permission from lElam was hadly wounded by Pass-
the state iithorities at T1llahassee it moatre. a-'Amsore was drinking, it Is
exhibit at the fair the battle flags re- said. and raising a disturbance, when
t rned by the national government to Elam arrested him.
le state last May. mnd which wear.
used by the FlorlJa regiments in the ("ity Health Officer Kenne.ly of At-
.ilA war. lants. Ga., Is very much Incensed over
Dr. Porter, state health ofiker of Flor-
A letter received in Tallahassee a ita. sending out by Associated Press
few days a6 from Hon. R. Hldson Ia notice to the effect that all Florida
Burr of the railroad commisslon, from Inspectors had been directed to only
fouth Dakota, stated that Governor honor certlflcates of persons traveling
Broward and party were then en route via Atlanta when the same are signed
ito Portland, Oregon, to visit the expo- by Dr. Wortesbaker of the public
Ssilioa. J health and marine hospital service.


ALL CORPUS TAKf fRO RIVER.

odies ef Uirtees Browsed facursioeistls
ste.verd--five SiO wisseig.
A Norfolk, Va., dispatch says: The
removal of the two Atlantic Coast
Line cars which 3ilunged Into tbe
Elizabeth river Thursday afternoon
revealed the fact that there were but
two bodies In the cars, making the
number of beodles recovered thirteen,
and with lye reported mlslag.
A careful examination of the bottom
of the river revealed so mor bodi,.
and the Coast Line oeclals are ea*.
i e*d that the dati llt s mow eem-
91"g,


Booker Washlagton Denies Escorting
Wsnwmakir's Daughter to Dinner
Table In Saratoga Hotel.
A New York dispatch says: Book-
er T. Whahington, the Tuakegee negro
educator, has made a statement in ref.
erence to dining with the family of
John Wanamaker, formerly postmastorr
general, at a Saratoga hotel. Wash-
ington admits that he dined with Wan-
amaker's family, but5 denies that he
escorted, Mars Barclay Warbuton,
WUnamaker's daughter, to the dining
room. Washington statement follows:
"I have'Just seen for the flrst time
the misleading and false reports in
southern newspapers referring to my
escorting female members of Mr. Wan-
amaker's family, but denies that he
of a Saratoga hotel. I have not re-
ferred to these reports because they
have just come to my notice.
"I did not escort any female mem-
ber of Mr. Wanamaker's family to
or out of the dining room. I did dine
with Mr. Wanamaker and members of
his family at a hotel at his request,
for the purpose of talking on a mat-
ter of business, but at the time was
a guest myself at a colored hotel in
Saratoga.
"During the last fifteen years I have
been at the hotel, where Mr. Wan-
amaker was, on three different occa-
alons when I was to speak at public
meetings, as I was this time, and
no comment was made of it.
"WIhen in the south, I conform, like
all colored i:eople, to the customs of
the south, but when in the north I
have found it necessary during the
last twenty years. as stated fully in
my loolk, 'Up Fromu Slavery.' to come
il contact with white people in the
furtherance of my work in ways I do
not in the south.
"POOKER T. WASHIINGTON.'
On Friday and Saturday The Mo-
Htle (Ala.) Herald asked by wire for
the opinions of The New York Sun,
Times. World, Herald and Journal,
concerning the Hooker Washington in-
cident at Saratoga. No reply was sent
to either of the message, whereupon
The lmrald then sent the following
to each of the five papers:
"Priday and Saturday we wired for
your opinion on the Hooker Washing-
ton affair. Let your silence give the
Impression that you are subsidized
by Wanamaker's advertising we are
especially anxious to hear from you,
and we stand ready to pay cost.
"HERALD."
The following was also sent person-
ally to William R. Hearst: "As one
who has appealed for ionthern vo'es
for president, the silence of your pa-
pers on the Hooker Washington af-
fair is signifiesnt and ratess com-
ment, especially In view of the fact
that you have frequently proclaimed
the pride of Virginia blood. Answer
our telegrams of Friday and Satur-
day."


REBILF (OR BOOKIR WASHINGIO.

former Mayer of Birminoham Resigns
Irustee Roerd of Neqro School.
Former Mayor W. M5. Ireinnun of
Birminaham., Ala.. has tenhlo'rte'l bis
resignation as a mi'mbe'r of the board
of trustees of their Tiusktl'ge* Normnal
and Industrial Inst'itute, briut ais' of
the recent Saratoga affair. I)ri'niiinU
addressed the following letter to Iook-
er T. Washington:
"I regret excea'ilingly "hat I canttiot
consistently serve tlongor a.-t o:,'* of
the trustees of Tunsk, '.o normal and
Industrial r, my resignation. Youtrs trij;y,
"VWALTER M1MELV.I.i.; I)Ii;NN:N."

RtMORM RIESULIS tOlC [1SSION.

Mother oea yie Bed Admits Murder of Iler
Dosqbter Witb Morphies.
Mrs. John T. Lynch of Bloomington,
lod., whom the attending physician
has pronuared to be In a dying condi-
tion, confessed to her sister and two
neighbors Saturday that la 1885 she
kilUed her three-year-old daughter by
giving the child morphine. 8he said
at the samu time the told the doctor
the baby had eate reen acors and
there Dver was ay usptlelom of a
crlae. She said remorse had been
gawlag at her heart ever s*lce.


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TELEPHONE NO. 181.


TRANSPORTATION A COMMODITY,
NOT A TAX.
In an extract frem an address by
Mr. Ralph Petets, published in this
issue under the title of "Tne ftallroaft
and the People," the fundamental
iolnt is well made that transporta
tCon is a commodity, not a tax." Whon
you consider the generic differeac
Let een the business methods by
which prices for the commodities ol
commerce are fixed from day to day,
almost hourly, and the political meth-
o.s by which taxes are assessed and
t collected, you will realize the fact that
ra.t'-fixing by law will destroy abo-
lutn y t er.';, :.:d tiu' oi pc t Ii t, !.::. a tonmp.'t! [vo mar-
kit. Hallroad tratlic r:a;iagers will .be
shl.orn of all p.,.""' to cooperate with
ri ltui'c'rs In ni 'Lt.'g toutlngencDles
that tare always ot-eturr.ng in relation
ito so0111' proA;wi',' r locality, which re-
(;llre proni pt atc In it a benefit is to
lie secured.
In our opinion, shippers who are
urging the eractment of a measure
(,conferring rate-making power upon
the Interutate Commerce Commission,
or any other governmental agency,
viw the subject from an unsound
t.-onomic s:andpoint, and for that 3.-
ton are asking for a remedy for the
abtiiuss of r'fbat'A and dscriminatlons
which will cause greater evils than
the abu,;es of which they complain.
Tlit important fact is, transportation
rates have been reduced to a lower
point in the United States than in
aiy other country as a result of a
free hand in fixing rates that has com-
pellel every tratfc masnger to be
keen to prevent his road from losing
tmraffc because of lower charges by
Pome other road. Destroy this condi-
tion, interpose the barrier of a gov-
t mental agency between the pro-
d(ucer and buyer of railroad transpor-
tation, so that they can no longer
meet In a free market, and make
the prompt adjustments required by
Sver <'hanging commercial conditions,
andl you will place a handicap on the
shppours of thil country that will para-
lyze them in the:r efforts to handle
a very large numoer of transactions.
Careful reasoning from a correct view-
i:oint will convince shippers that this
lia true. It is easy to make the mis-
take uf trainsferring the rate-making
plow'r to a governmental agency, but
it w!: 1 hl exceedingly difficult to cor-
ri'-t th mistake after experience has
tcoimpellel tile peop!e to realize its
ild'Hdvantages. This rate-making prob-
lIm in similar In many respects to the
proposition for the free and unlimited
,oninage of silver and gold at the ratio
of if; to 1. It would have been easy
to have enacted such a law. Once en-
acted, it would have promptly put the
comtutTrcilal and financial operations
of the people of this country upon a
silver basis. The resulting disaster
would have been terrific. and it would
have taken a hundred years to secure
the repeal of the unwise legislation.
the substitution therefore of correct
laws and a recovery from the damage
done. Relieving this, an we do, we feel
the nee,j of stating this case clearly
andi frequently. We feel it to be a duty
to 1do our share in the work of aidlng
to prevent the making of the fuda-
mental mistake that will be
made if rate-making is transferred
from the sphere of business oper4tUCs
to the domain of poittcal intrigue a14
blind action-Publie Policy, Ch .aI.














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any other Illuminant, chPealer thlisi
kelosene, as convenient as city Kas,
Dilhbter thau electricity and smfer,
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No II-smpelling lamps to celan, and %
Do cblmney} or rnastnls to break, e
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ACBTYLENE is rnnde In tihe
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CONSTIPATION
9 e0g e. "as yes t mufTerd with rhrmnle ott.
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.8 anlb, itin l' 1 14 ii l lU Ih i .I ;l
f . . . .. Lb | isisl vr-n s fr-., 1| cll, liey ni.,,am i n .,,o
i. .t il bolif. i, f r-'f,'rit, i |i ;. .,i1 '
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3s s ltPis ..SiesnI 1,It '.. '.

Ulterling Ritcneuy C,)., Ct~cago air I4Y
AMIVAL SALE, TEN MILUON BOXES


V FOR WOMEN .
llM w! tith l pesllar i f
i : ehi seat a a aesee masaf e-
eLu. tBrlieigl yiaeo. BlU tilsaM Itiui,
fegeS $* p 89to t0AaMMAttis as
qI "l w od ue ur to i be selVIA In ped
-et, sad M mlr motea ri.l.im. lsine.s, vlmHkl
miias Mtt lIqutd *m r ,s esair U
TOMl AND WOMRW SPECIAL UK
ar le d dmrula t, 0 nets a boe.
Yes .. a.Te.s aMPA*M Se.lev. M.ss.

TIEU ONLY WAT.
Mama-Tommy, dear, you muan't
be so naughty. When mamma tells
you not to touch the Jam, you should
obey her. What would you do if
youa mamma should bo taken away
from you?
Tommy-DIo?
Mama-Yea, dear.
Tommy-I'd oat that jam, you betl
. -Clvelaud Leader.


BREWER TALKS ON GRAFT.

] The Justice Predicts a Great Benefit
1 to Life Insurance Business.
Justice David J. Brewer, of the
United States Supreme Court, deliver.
ed an address before a large audience
of life Insurance men, at Milwaukoe.
Wis. He devoted most of his talk
to modern graft, and praised Preasl
dent Roosevelt for his efforts to makv
public affairs pure and honest.
This had been a year which might
be characterized as one of great In-
surance upheaval, he said. The press
had been full of startling allegations
In respect to the manner In which
some Inaurance business had been
conducted. The result had been pre-
judicial to the Interests of certain
companies and also to the business of
others. He believed there would re-
mult great benefit to insurance bust.
Snasr throughout the world.
The moment private pecuniary gain
was sought through the advantage of
any trust sonime one was guilty of
grafting, the Justice said:
"There wa'H r.evr a triltr saying
thnn that bv (;rover 'Clevi.l.and." cnn-
tfntlel J.ustim. BrIr'wer, thatt a public
nrffro i a apiblille trust. There la to-
da y srI muiih grafting golng on
;'riiongir pu'iillc (toffll:,'4 is to xtartle uis.
I a ti not nsp;"'"i. ri noi w atihnit the
roarwsrt kind u if i.rafting, uich an huv-
Ing vote anud paying nioney, which
we fnil condot/in. I have r i'fe'renre to
thi' more inshlioiim wayc by which ai
public officer prostitifUt's hin one waiy
or another that offllr for hlis on :i
or the gain of him friend.i.
"Take the Prr.fldrnt of the I'nltel
States. Along last winter Hanto Do-
mingo put itself on a financial foot-
ing. Hiippons th I'Pro ident had art"d
serretly and advlvq,d hli friends to
buy up Hanta Do)mingo bonds. Wonil '
not that shock the people of the coun.
try? Y.t the government would lone
nothing and onino would be private
galners. Suppose the United Htat:es
Hupreme Coiurt JiNitlpicH would give
out Information In Rilv;Ainon of cortmin
dorilMong. Wouldci ,. not revolt a'
ich a trnfun r'cii'lon' It won il he o tin.
wortIhy; this wotil bli,' graftlnig."
I- 4 1lil th stictl -. t]' ,i A';ic of a sultili r ni;utir'. If
)l,'tn | Ant', 'w .( on l<;>i's h nl ,.irs :/ to
l u sl> '.' .lt ':., :i l l | :
"A nl It ~ ;i If rco t, ht ir
f:illinK f1111 th I II ; f ; ls ,,nr
"Ioo0 ,v,'t tht' w or, 'I'nli)lIC ;1' li' .:
litin t fr't i i l tin u ir' .i: l hi')Im l.nl. *
New York lTirun-


Motor Cars and Durt.
After x ii1rl fin' i th I l ie i roitir
car which Ie' is 'i di l!',. th, l e ch f i -
vo.v r of l': s ex lc I I.; it i t at hi',' I
litit (x ''1ri'llyikt t'"i i [tsi". c111 hotr ;t
m ol or c'ar ( c ,vit4, 'ort ,'.ct :i:t I v'lvy II'
tlo e dl st icprt o i a I.r' l,'r I l r i Iie r to l,
hlit iat fifteen to t .w nty i ill s ;in t iiar,
e pi 'clitlly wIv h hi : l '. y Ii r, tYhe f iclt.-
ain.r '' t Iti nt(ilr'al;il' 'ThIe I '( p 'le -'A (-of
trpallng th,' t i iln ri n ln l,4 if the ('co n.-
try om tmitxi' thi' ir' ;sin ld st ; ict' wit
t iar uiii .uin', .1it) w Iu b it tea 1j ,1 1,IH)i.-


"I tear Impel,' writt- .till bl ca rrom tIII'
Prt scIl ieoI. 's (1iuu1ir .'- Ici rule', ain ) i rtui~r
tus(pivrls I icc'. s :!sit -A hal f thatlc i kt 1e11 i'h
.ui tieuuIt fi Iii nt Iclt Ii i1
"Colm iuuze 'i. usd I tl io lil tiw in,

i 'ir 72 POUN2;
WVeIma 1nt bigirl i ll 1I 1in.6 11s$-I1,9t.41ellego-Oc
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"so t lisuv e noc' t,"rn iltl thelinoma wn.


Ile young man. "W~?hat I '.'btiii o'..I c
f'sirild heeca if ther wr e ~s~0tnot rluini


to
all

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Got the Walter's Number. .
They're telling a story on a waiter
In the German garden at Electric
Park. At Intervals around the garden
are nailed lsgns which read: "Gct
your waiter's number when ordering.'
One night recently a man sat down
at a table and ordered a glass of lenm-
onadp. The waiter was about to start
away when the customer said:
"Hey, gimme that badge you got
on "
The waiter removed the steel badwe
and handed it to the man, supposing
the latter simply wantsel to see it.
He soon returned with the lemonade.
When he had got his money and the
badge back (he farmer said:
"Say, friend, what did I have to got
that badge from you for?"
S "Have to get it -what do you
mean?" asked the, waiter.
"Look a-the're'" replierl the man
pointing to one of the signs.
'The waiter then realized why the
trumtomer had iskl'-i for his badge.--,
Kansas City Timrs.

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nef s afts'r firt M ltav'S 'i, J f hr. -Ir. .' r (ir.sa:
NorvRest, ror.t trt brt nl~ar tr.l* ti-o fr"-
L r.lt. }f. lki t. It.l. ':il Arh st .. /hil,,. .I't.
ral hKI be n ,d ,, I./ r A,hL --
rk ,irl .T }. brrn ,i i. .. i.'..r A 'iii'
m\ksi *iin fIh Tr- riui.k
,Mrr..W'inV low'n s )t:hin', .vri: for C("hil.l-i-
it' hl,l ,,, ,ftt" ie ( a mfu ot,*.-, iniflit'ia <. -
tlon ,llu v 11 i n, F,-4w' f I, ',, 4,,," ,,'.4 i t ,, t ,.',1

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Trhe ptal ir' .t,.i n .'..'i fr n oig oft
thi r, ln t'd .'i latil ,- . iL' .i;7 .t4.'
Yellow r.ver *..4 PeVlaris (erilis
Ar. inrett. it iv I k,'.1 v e l oh iiM t -. < drolr p
<,f .S: aion'K f.in:nr i.nt ,,n a tl ,,,t l l ot
siugar. It ix ai i ft, (.x, 'li nt .rti pti, .
'ilw fih, rie. n f .i,i ,111 anilnualy yield
aIjoiu. 3,0X),OOU tornJ ti.-'i.
A Frane Iont 10oo Yrear. Olt1.
A frn r I' liaiie o i he kI'it i I or\ rl',rt
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THE TURN OF LIFE


A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Mlany
Dread Diseases--Intelligent Women Prepare
for It. Two Relate their Experience.

The "change of life" is
the most critical period
of a woman's existence,
and the sanxiety felt by
women a Iit draws near
is not without reason.
Every woman who
neglects the care of her
health at this time in-
vites disease and pain.
When her system is in
a dE.ranged condition,
or uhe is predisposed to
a oplexy, or congestion
o any organ, the ten-
deney is at this period
likely to become active
-and with a host of ner-
vous irritations, make
life a burden. At this
time, also, cancers and
tunifrs are more liable
to form and begin their
destructive work.
Such warning symp.
toms as si(-l-e of Ist I -
cat ion, h ,,t th:,sles, ealwil-
riches l,:hacvaClc lc r.'ti
of im p11 1,eli l ,ili, ti..i.-
itry, ., n ls in tlie ars,
palpitating ofthe heart,
parks before the e.yes,
irregu lart it.s, c onst pa-. as 041 1 00
ti(ou, variable app.,tit, ,
Sveakns aid r it *i- AA Z '/a nd a
promptly heed'il Iy in
telligen t wwinimi wh e tire mO01 oun u*8uoIIOO d 0i 010 0 FI000
nppraching the period
in life when woman's great change I wrote 'you for advice and commence"
may )be expected. treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham' Vege-
These symniptoms are all just somany table Compound :s you directed, and I am
calls from nature for h'lp. 'The nerves happy to say that all tho'e distremingsymp-t
are crying out for asstne andthe toma left me and I have passedmfely through
are crying out for aoistance and the the Change of Life, a well woman. I am
cry should be heeded in time. recommending your medicine to all my
Lydlia E. Pinkharu's Vegetablc Comn- friends- "-Mrs. AnuieF. G. Hyland,Chester-
pound was prepared to meet the needs town, Md.
of woiani .4s 'tvnm at this trying Another Woman's Case.
period of her life. It irivigorates and "During (change of life words cannot ex-
,trength.n-s thie female or!-anism tand i press what I suffered. My physician said I
1luihk iup thliweal.,,ndcl rervou:s s v.tem. had a rnncerotuscondition oif thewotzmb. One
It has carriedl thmi.,oands of .women (!ny I r,,a Ismii-of th,.ti nimonialsof women
saf,%ly through this crisis. "ho had been cured by vLydia E. Pinkhams
')r special alvice, r,,ruling this im- Vegetable Cuomplound,ain" i ddeided to try it
r to) ,i to write yon f r adiic. Your medicine
po'trit to wriod% %m rien :ar. ,vited to Imae a w.ll ~,,Al aN, aind all my bad sNu p-
%rc'i t e It'i I I. fi'I::ia I : itiLN,-11In .. I ., toiqsoo nu disj.tioparvd.
d it % ill b'' frni,,iw ab-,,,',utely frye I advisovrv ioman at this pericw of Ef9-
of ch'a:r e,. to tak v,,urr ,i.. in, nud write -vou for ad-
i,' 1 d 1 hat .., ; I; ;'i, '-i'rI (',rn- i,'e."- Irsa L.izz. lli:kl1., Sa ,: Ind.
p,,.1,I ,l fir i.,11 al.ni and 1Mr. What Lydin E. I'inkham's Vegetahble
iI Ike: Compu (ind ldit fir Mrs. Ilvland and
.Nrs Mrs l'ikan:-n- Mrs lli nkhe it % i .i do for uny wounan
I tl ..uibe -i;T.riu~ with f'illinz ,of the at this time of life.
w,,mi, fr .nrrs an l wao p -Il g ti r.u h thi.
'lnwuij*- 0A M, my n ~ Wh t,.1Y s%,,1-1 It has conquered pain. restored
],i. Y V : t.,ia,1h sI n ,r. : I ha1t ,li.'iy sells, I h alth. and iproilotied life in cases that
..ak hlic',,I he,. nII ad w:v i, y nervwai. I utterly 1iatile'd )phy1ic'n(s.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vetetablc Compound Succeeds WherM Others Fail,


No C Ug CO P C J IA Y I
This is our ItyouhaveChills
SAo OAXIDINe and Fever, use
Guara n toe on ______ t and get woif.
SMcadIo In HegulaLr and Tastelss rorms. Price 50 cts.
a.anulactured by PA ITftN-W r- .Ir4IM ), tU 4U CO.,
k or sale by a AJraiggiacs. .allas., fox.ul aal. j4iA Aeaa.





WWHEN
EXAMINE EVERY INCH YOU BUY A
OFTHE SHOE YOU PAIR OF
ARE GOING TO CLl OVER1
BUY. Y TAKE : Xo


LESS THAN WRITE THE DA TE
YOUR INTHELIMING,Inink. ,
NES CLO VER I fR

WO BRAND D0 0o

SHOES WONTSELL
Arc LCA rThE-TH E *EMTOYOU
SBrS or it, too. AL&. IS SIMPLY
THROUGH they are REFUSING TO
EVERYTHING that GIVE YOU YOUR
ou dcind. ooodV MONEY'S WORTH


L.A5OrSY FI NESOE CSCL.USiISTS
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.


THE WATKINS8 "BOY" HAY PRESS
SlTHE MARVEL OF THE COUNTRY
Cheap. Nimple, Durable. Two toy icaln ojwra:te it
1in 1,,i,,n l,,.er oe 1eriv ndr hl e t hipe tl cropm ri g it In the
fit- !, a t ; o- ,ha n e ,unt it ha u liln i to b tr p ree- 1
It hos iLote of OtherThing. and Costs Only 82.
W.ritE ii at E ce for circular
E. E. LOWE CO Atlanta, Ga.


hi..de th" M.oon man face oc as. onNEEDLES, .UI s NA-
Ad ,he..oin ,lushe ad o.,t THERE IS MOWY, "t CORN STALK. snu'rlS., "i
iv?"toteesw c I A.I. FM.tl * .
And the maiden blushed and paid s wreI,,Srceftto.,. I A. M ss na.Ata.a. MP CO 1
e, did not care if the whole skyas if.. .,, .T. Eyt War EA L
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THf TRULY DMORAT. TCLiimaasse U i sellor. FLORIA FMULE COLLEGE..
Js &The kindergarten I e.nektioin with Ai- amammal Amsacemeg Ready
J-I M C ee. t allhaaa Graded ald High choo rim ...
piiLmHZ in mv-y -^ M and taught by MirU Daviy e oio r istrtmm ea.
PUBLISHID VRT FRIDA.Y MOMNN. adta Oetght byO r d Iit lpro bi The first annual announcement of the
L PLbe conducted in the same room as lat Stat.eColreg for Women (Florida Fe-
LyA AN PiASONAL r, in the Leon HoteL 8t.te cow fo (FlordaFe.
-_ The committee from the Woman's male College) for 1906-1906, printed by
Hon. Milton H. Mabry clerk of th Club worked earnestly last year to lace the Record Co., St. Augustine, is now
SHenMi tH ab r f the thekii wthin ieach of the being circulated. It isa handsome pam.
tSupreme Cauw is Ne i his vaca- children ofTalaasee; and more than phlet of over 100 pages, and exhibit@
ti at Newport New, Va. this, for the children of our State. For evidences of most thorough and cares
Mr. Julius Ball, of the Bloxham is the Tallahassee kinderarten last year iful If hurried, work on the part of
one of the liveliet of the many TaUa- there was more than 00 raised and ex President Murphree and his able corps
haasee sojourners at Lanark. panded. A statement of same may be of -wol-tont4.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Felkel are en- of interest to the friends of the cause. The several departments of the col-
tertaining Miss Lula Harley, a very EXPENSu, sALARIES AND ROOM RENT. lege are described and treated in detail,
charming young lady of Thomasville. ryto iretres ....... ..$29 00 as follows: The College of Liberal Arts;
Mr. and Mrs. James Measer and Mrs. Salary to Musician .... ....... 3 00 The hoolof Indutral Arts; The Stat
Wallace Quarterman and children spent Salary to Janitress .. 1 0 School for T; Te he School of
a few days early this week at Lanark. Room rent .----.---- -------.4 0 M Schooi of epr eS lo. In each of tnhe
The many friend. of Mis Estelle School of Expresaion. In each of these
Carpenterare welcoming her return Total .. .. ...... 411 50 thecourses of study, th several in-
structors and the apportionment of time
home from a long visit in Gainesville. FURNITURE AND MATERIAL. to each study or topic are given in ex-
Mr. W. H. Markham has recovered Chairs and tables .. $30 00 tenso, together with the requirements
from his recent painful illness suffi- Freight on same ...... 4 10, of admission and graduation, and the
ciently to enable him to attend to busi- Material from Milton & Bradley 26 88, value of the several degrees which the
ness. Material from J. W. Scherma- 1 college is authorized to confer.
Miss Kate Moor and little Azalie, horn -......... ..... 3 20' Every family or individual interested
M s. Geo, W. Saxon and Miss Lucile, Large chairs of Miss Spencer 2 80 in the patronage or welfare of the col-
a id Miss Fannie Ball have returned To ilmore & Davis. 1 45 lege is urged to apply at once to Presi-
f rom the Gulf coast resorts. To P. T. Mickler .. 1 10 dent A. A. Murphree, at Tallahassee,
To L. C. Yaeger 1.... 20t for a copy of the book.
We glad publish in this issue a rate Rent on furniture (to Miss Child) 3 300 The first term begins the last Wednes-
day in September (27th), and there is
L Taylor and family of the efforts of Total 74 25 no time to spare.
their many friend in his behalf. Incidentals .... 19 40
Mrs. Crosby Dawkins and son, Crow- -- Grave Tremble Foreseen.
eil, have gone to Lexington, Va., where Total 93 66 It needs but little foresight to tell
that estimable young gentleman will that when your stomach and liver are
enter Washington and Lee University. Grand total expenses -- - 06 15 badly affected grave trouble is ahead,
Mr. Lindley Heimberger, of Jackson- INCOME. unless you take the proper medicine for
ville, who has recently been appointed Tuition (including one scholar- your disease, as Mrt John A. Young
Second Assistant State Chemist, will ship) $306 25 of Clay, N. Y., did. She says: "I ha
soon remove his family to Tallahassee Gifts and entertainments 212 00 neuralgia of the liver and stomach, my
to reside. --- heart was weakened, and I could not
Monday was a "scorcher"-the hot- Total 518.. 25 eat. was very bad for a long time.
test day of the season, but as no one Expenses .......-.... . 505 15 but in Electric Bitters I found just what
keeps an official record of the tempera- ---- I needed, for they quickly relieved and
ture in Tallahats-e, the degree of heat Balance on hand. 13 10, cured me." Best medicine for weak
is unknown. Mrs. Chas. A. Cay, Treasurer. women. Sold under guarantee by all
Mr. Jno. M. Bell announces that he; In addition to the above, the club ex- druggists, at 50c a bottle.
has made arrangements to manage the ended $4.50, half the amount for pa- STATE PRINTING.
Alkahest Lyceum courses for the corn- poring room; also $56 for tuning piano. Fr t Ahen DLnd R1 eord:
ing season, and promises some excel- A bill was passed by the last Legis-
le it attractions. lature empowering the establishment hIrom what John Collinsa is saying in
Hon. Wm. N. Sheats returned from and maintenanceof kindergartens where paper, the Tallahassee Democrat,
onevie thi s w ek ned wison as many as twenty-five pupils could be about the contracts for theState print-
Gainesville this week, and will soon smcured.Thwenty-fore pupils co ing there are elements of rottenness on
make preparations for removal to that secured. The reason for this restric- the are elemns o tnness on
city, much to the regret of many friends tion was that a less number would not the surface, but Collins can't just yet
of tuhefmlint alaheregretofmassee r sjuitifytheexpense. The first yearly this rottenness bare before the peo-
of the family in Tallahassee. Itify the piene.Te f irst ya r pl1,of Florida There is no question
there is the purchase of necessary fur-
Principal J. W. Wideman of the Leon nature in addition to material; salaries that the present State printer is and
County Graded and HighSchoolleftlast of kindergartner and pianist, and in has been mysteriously taken care of by
Saturday for Virginia, where he will many instances, an extra room and pi- some kind of a ring at Tallahassee
manage two chautauquas that he has ano have to be provided which controls this public work. There
been engaged in organizing. Where boards or trusteesare cramped is one feature about the whole thing,
Dennis Hart, colored, charged with for funds, we suggest that other clubs though, which is very bare-the char-
assault, was arrested Saturday by Chief take up the matter as we have, and as- acter of printing done is the poorest the
Langston and delivered to the county sist in running a kindergarten for at State has ever had. It is with difficulty
authorities. The chief also, on Sunday, least the first year. If this were done that some of the public documents can
arrested Mose Jackson, an escaped con- we would have very many kindergar- be read at -
vict. .tens in Florida during the present year. NtfflCE OF ELECTION.
Prof. Jno. C. Calhoun has gone to Our courageous work last year was to
Virginia for a short visit, and Mrs. Cal- establish a kindergarten in Tallahassee. n that
houji expects to leave for a trip to Ala-' And behold! we are to have two free, Notice i. hereby given that an elec-
bama ina few days. On returning they kindergartens for this year. tion has thisday been ordered by the
will reside in the dwelling belonging to We still have plenty of work to do, to Board of Pub i Instructions of Leon
Mrs. E. A. Dyke, on Monroe street. assist with the finances of one and in county, Florida, to be held in the court-
Mose Larkins, a cousin of Nelson Lar- securing pupils for the other. With house ato Tallahassee, in the said county
kins, wno is confined in Duval county our generous andkind-hearted citizens, and State 1905, on d Monde y ballot whether
jai, convicted of the murder of Super- we expect to accomplish both. A. I). 1905, to decide by ballot whether
ndonvicted ef pe murder ofs r Sec't'y Kindergarten Committee or not the district as described in a pe-
intendent N. W. e ppes, while visiting Woman's Club tition thisday presented to said Board,
the condemned man was arrested for shall become a special tax school dis-
havil g in his possession a pistol, which A Card. trict, and to fix the rate of village to
it wao supposed he intended to transfer We wish to give some expression of be assessed in said district, and to elect
to hs cousn.the earnest feeling of sincere gratitude three trustees to serve for the next
Mr. C. T. Hancock on Saturday to the many kind ad true friends who succeeding two years
started up his new grist mill, recently have from time to time exhibited their All qualified voters residing in the
erected at the rear of the Hancock sta- deep interest in us during the great district who pay taxes on real or per-
bles, and did a rushing business all day, trial that bears so heavily upon us onal property within the district and
making a splendid quality of meal. May God's blessings attend each one of who have paid such taxes for the year
This institution will prove a great con- them in this life and that to come. 1904 shall be allowed to vote.
venence to every farmer in the county, Sincerel Ordered that (. B. Gwynn, ('. (.
and is sure to receive a large patron- Mrs. Walter L. Taylor and Family. Meyers D. W. Syfrett act as inspec-
age. I, -I - tors and that A. (G. Goodbody act as
Mr. Fred Hardee, of the Hardee-Smith Fraud Exposed. clerk of said election.
Drug Co., has returned from a pleasant A few counterfeiters have lately been Ordered that the election shall be
summer vacation spent in Georgia and making and trying to sell imitations of conducted according to the rules pre-
Asheville, N.C. In a letter from Ashe- Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- ailing in the general elections of the
ville in our last week's issue Mr. Har- sumption, Coughs and Colds,. and other State andof Flordered in open session on
dee is mentioned as having been ac- medicines, thereby defrauding the pub- thiDne ad orders in open session on
companies by his wife, but this, of lic. This is to warn you to beware of this the lst day of August, A I).
course, was an error, or slip of the pen, such people, who seek to profit by steal- 15.
likely to ocour at any time or place; ing the reputation of remedies which R; iAttest:Ca rn
and while it is regrettable, no harm have been successfully curing disea se .B E PEs. aV. i chairman,
could ensue, since all who know the ex- for over 35 years. A sure protection to S S
cellent and popular young gentleman you is our name on the wrapper. Look Talaha1see, Fla,, Aug. 2, iI,
know that he is not a benedict, for it on all D)r. King's, or Bucklen's Netice.'
Elewhere in this issue will be found remedies, as all others are mere imita- mme of the Foreign Miion
an account of the noble work done last tions. H. E. BUCKLEN & CO., (hi- The members of the Foreign Mission.
year by the Woman's Club forth sup- cago, I., and Windsor, Canada. All er Mit-ba cordially Oinvitd th hot-e
port or the kindergarten, stated far too druggists of Mr. and Mrs. H eikel on Tues-
modestly for its just appreciation Be- The Walella Spring. day afternoon, the 29th inst., at 5
employed its efforts to good effect in Those who are familiar with the his- o'clock. Mrs. H. T. FELKEL,
advocating the enactment of the law tory of Florida know that the Spaniards Corresponding Secretary.
providing for kindergarten work in the were the first to explore and bestow Hon T. L. Clarke. of Monticello, was
public schools, and its present sugges- the name which it now bears and that at the capital this week.
tion to similar clubs elsewhere is at Ponce de Leon, the first of the cxp or- returned from
,n'e timely and valuable, ers, was in search of a wonderful foun- fMr. Chas. Munro has returned from
". tain or life giving spring that would a brief outing at St. Teresa.
Poisons In Fooed. restore old age to youth. Mr. Albert Shine has returned from
Perhaps you don't realize that many It is said that when the Spaniards a visit to his sister at Orlando.
pain poisons originate in your food, but found the beautiful Wakulla Springand Col. Raymond Cay, of Jacksonville,
some day you ma feel a twinge of were admiring its beauty and grandeur is visititing his brother, Chas. A. Cay
,k.. 'nsi*a which will convince you. Dr. they didn t forget their beautif ul prin- Seretarv Kellum of the Board of Con


King's New Life Pills are guaranteed cem, who at that time was afflicted trol is again at his desk in the capitol.
to cure all sickness due to poisons of with the leprosy. They sent back to Mr. Phelp Wilson has gone north
unditedfood or money k. 25c Spain for her, but she would not agree Mr. Phelps Wisojourn combininorth
1d1eY druggists Try them. to come until they consented for her to ward for a brief sojourn combining
........... -bring her pet with her, which was a busmess and pleasure.
** '. Florida M al ai a aUwan beautiful white elephant. After land- Hon. Chas. B. Parkhill and his two
JCrrDe. Taylab Soa ee Ia R areas. ing in Florida they went in search of little daughters, Barbara and Eli.a-
S this sring. The prncesn being de- beth, are visiting friends in Pensacola.
Tallahassee, Fla., July 20 1906. ceived as to its depth, the water bein Mr. Thomas H. Hall was in the city
Summer excunraonrateato Lanark and so pellucid, that she rode her beautiful this week, returning to Panacea Springs
So hop whenn forouan trip rates a pet right in, and a tradition has it where his family is spending the sum-
nhe ouelowing round tripC res are they were never heard of any more. mer.
announced to Gulf Coast resorts for the A number of bones have been taken Tallaheassee soca circles have been
season of 1905, frmmt Tallahasee: from this spring that resemble those of e tly dorned by a delightful visit
Sopchopp, $1.00; Lanark, $1.00; Sun- an elepant, ad if Peonce de Leon be- frolm ias Josle Budd, of Monticello,
da s. final limit date of sale. lived e would find asrnf that would who has been the guest of Miss Bershe
phoppy, $1.25 Lanark, $1.50; Sat. restore old ge to youth, itis natural Mginn s and has rce ;ved manyg pleas.
urdpys $.l limit aollow-n( that some of his followers would be- g om attntionMs, having been es-
8oprhOppy, L~r reAnar,I .0 lieve that this beautiful Wakulla Springlslly entertane at t ehmes of I
daily, fina limit 16 ys would cure the leprosy.rAl .n d athehoes
daiSyf4imt -. A.rkZ, 40; J.L.T., Woodville, Fla M r. A. L Bond, Dr. He .ry E Pal-
dailyfi t 80i ys. T and others. Much to the regret
daily Traveling R. C. a, Warranty legal form. True of h ir fids he rmemed honme
Traveling Passenger Agent. Democrat tf Tuesday.


P. T. NICHOLSON,


I JEWELER.

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All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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If so come here
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Fresh Seed.
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Telephone No. 17.


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


Feed and Sales Stable,
140 South Adams Street.


COME DOWN

and take a look at our conveyalswe and
y you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
^ accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any
how.


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. st sMI" %ene. *
Prof. H. Elmer Bierly, who has been L* *
on 0. CiUMOL P leher*. spending epart of his vacation among MIi nerv
Shis many Tallahassee friends, as the
PUsLugIMD 3V3Xr ?SDAY MORNImN. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hoery T. Pel-
Sk left for Tenneae on Wednesday. and
t lN1 *1OF ADDICES. Plrof Bierly, beside filling an Im-
Frn te ?h Tim .U..rn portent and very congenial position on nc
At last the uxetd ha h ed the Faculty of Grant University, at
as it sometimes does- and ks j 'hattanooa, Is the editor of the outh-
as beyond the ken or care of th ern Educaional Review, a periodical of' aint llr
sseyond the ken or care ifthigh merit and undoubted authority Danty Collars
Amerelman citizen. The juggler with among Southern educators. The June H dkcrchiefs, Laces
figures bllotthe cynic who pen- number, copy of which Prof. Blrlyadkerchiefs, Laes
e t wll and fore ters to ha been nd ouh to present to us, and Embroideries
1% to his s wsi rdMof mores e w aItos e- infilled with excellent matter including
ot his standard of morals aanw a the annual address of President Hill of
piration, has pased into the bankrupt- the Southern Educational Association.
cy courts, his millions gone, his follow- the Southern Educational Assoc
ers deprted and his influence dead ho is Chancellor f the UniveGloves, Corsets, Hosiery
A mere gambler in the market one of Georgiad educators in the outh tin
the few gamblers who never kept his guished educators In the South. e
word to friend or foe, the historian of The Review is the standard exponent
our manners and morals will make the of southern educational affairs, and The Newest Materials for
same use of Addicks that was made of every educator in the South should not,
Mart. He wa a prodigy because he only receive but read it regular $1 Fancy Work.
embodied the worst elements of our a year. Address, Chttaooga, Tenn.
business life and made them all his own St mer w Dalrhia r a Cillir .
by giving each a darker cast by ssoci- During the hot weather of the sum-. MISS ADELE GERARD,
Such a man in business made his way mer months the first unnatural loose-
b a alternate onfudencma work nd ( ness of a child's bowels should have Im- 149 N. Mlontoe St.
dosing. Thoroughly discredited after mediate attention, so as to check the TALLAMASSk. ORIDA.
running the gamut of the popular con- disease before it becomes serious. All1
fidence and sounding all ts eys, he that is necessary isa few doses of Cham- -
sounceht to ain another body f eys, he berlin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea -
for lucking by turning his energies to md 1 by a dose of castr rida & A am
poliis. cI record ad been made dl se the system. Rev. M 0 a f. i d Al am
public, but he entered thenew fieldStockland pastor of the first M. E.
with the endorsement of a President church, Little Falls, Minn., writes: bliWey *M.
who gave him the Federal patrol e of "We have used Chamberlins Colic, (C., T. A G. RR.R. CO.)
a State byway of opening to him a Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for sev-
career. With such backing, why should eral years and find It a very valuable Scheule Effective e.00 r May f., 19M0.
he not be senator? Perhaps, u timate. remedy, especially for summer disor- -...
ly a President, also. ders In children.' For sale by all drug- HSoth Bound.
And he played the game for all it was st.- Hunday Sratday
worth as he always did. Success was Church Notice. N... I No N. No. 3
the one prop upon which he could rely; Trinity M. E. Church, South Rev. J vAtlant 2I.0Mm 7.wm
1.d,v Mh omM8.hm 1hI.3 ahm
therefore he sought success diligently, W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday school at :Lv Cuthb.rt N. 6 ^ ....__
if not with tears. He had the machine 9:.) a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior Lv Arlington .10m fl.1ipm
lt'hind him and the endorsement of one Epworth ILeague 4 p. m. Junior Ep- Lv Baltnbrld .. ll.0rn 0am.pm .2iam .m
greater than the machine- what had he worth League 8 p. m. Evening Ser- Tlh l.ip pm LoTam
t.o fear? It is some vindication of the mon at 7:0 p. m. Public cordially in- v.a .A.. .. i.3pm 4.00am
.iWple's sense that Addicks failed He vited. Pray,.r meeting Wednesday at Ar. a' .f'. villa. 7.40pm 10.f amm
could own a machine and buy votes, but 7: p. m. .Lv Tallahassee 2.0Qm .00mm .ir5m 1.Opm
he could not command quite enough Rev. J. Edgar Wilson, Presiding El- v o w.hoppy 8.14pm 10.00am .21anm iMF6pm
lie missed his footing and fell from er will preach in Trinity M. E. church I.v arrrk a.pm io.41am o m 1 u.im
that precipice to which he had so long Sunday August 2 at te ua h ',ur, arraboill 4.OOvm io. trnm 0.: ',' m
-lun, down to the unfathma unday, August 27, at te usual houri, Ar Asalfhirtia 7.0111,m
'lung down to the unfathomable II a. 'm and7:30 p: m. Mond y. Septem- o
depths below. f A ih r 4th, the Quarterly Conference will N;rth Bo,und.
Such is the end of Addlcks., 1i has be held at the same place. t,'lhay sat'.a)
no President now to support him by -... ..,.. I only. ,,uly.
giving him command of those positions Step that Coaugh. N,", N," 4
by which ofmce is bought. He has no When a cough, a tickling or an irri. ,L, ('ar,., il. Ii.,Wm 2.fep,in t .WApm 4:npm
more money for the hungry supporter tati n in the throat makes you f.ee l un- v .anark 11.4-m; 2."Aim'n 45pm 4.41am
who prefers solid cash to a salary from (.omforta le take Hal ir's Ilorehound rV alsl.'hos.. yw ilmr,.,m !..1ipin 4:1 :rm ,Ifm
Uncle Bam. ills satellites hang about Syrup. Iion't wait until the disease iv .ja.s.nvil..
him no moe. The uniformed diso',n- has gne beyond control. Mr. and Mrs. s(.A.L. Ry. I. MVa,, 4.Ipm
ers of milk from his fine Jerse y have .1. A. Anderson, .154 West 5th St., Salt Ar Taitnhw al.om if ir.ni
cut up their fine clothes to make gar ake City, Utah, writ,: "We think Lv Taihanbride .25pm ,.;atmm .4, ,mrn i.'iamr
ments for the babies. Addicks is ne y. r I Lv Bainbridge, .2.'pm .^7am io.2!i,m M.nm
nore. Hefor lives, but abies Addick in nt liallard's forehound Syrup the heat Ar ArIlnl,.on _7.25rml. i(.m li> IIr.
re.ht H ve cannot even command a medicine for coughs and colds. We i.vi'utrnhort N.431r.mr 11 .bam 11 ran
.ight. He cannot even command have used it for several yearr; it Lv Macon 4.I.am 4.:,m ."ran
pleasant Job on the canal. o iHe In of- always gives immediate relief, is very Ar Atlanta 7.3ha.m t rm 77 ian,
red n vion of upi to pleasant and gives perfect satisfac- Notice. Train. N.. r. and t will depart frm,n and
ught by Uncle Sam for his t-nefit yie," 2 $1 For sale by all rrivt foot of hotwelln. att.B a inbriden ,
buh btion.' 6 50c, $W F l y al Iiket. for train lervie BIanbrider Sunnlays
-and behoof. druggists. at.21 am, will he n male at the office ,f ithi,. ( aI.
For Mortage. IcDeeds and iall Legal M r.g to.W Mihn lli, an -'d 'ri, 'a. Ith Hianks, ca at this office. Mr. 'Ge. W. tchell, an o'd Flori
Scom poitor, who for a number of years hreaklait.
Mrs Wm. M. Mclntosh, Jr aind has been conducting one of the beet w. W, K. (). Aloton.
daughter have returned home after vim- first-class restaurants in Jacksonville. (;,.rai Manmner. Grnera i i'am.wn,.r Abrent.
citing friends in Jacksonville and who in now a member of tie Flor-. Baintrid Ce.;.a. in.
The many friends of Mr. Ennest M(- ida Linotype Co. of that city, wa- n Travelin P'ssang'r AAgent.
Lin were pleased to congratulate him Tallahassee Wednesday and made us a TaIllahams -. Fla.
on his recovery from a recent illness pleasant visit. Mr. Mitchell worked
A houseless Governor waiting for a with us in the yearn gone by, and is one 1 Notice of Application for Discharge.
State home- no site from (lay to lay, of our most esteemed printer friends. N nr i HREBafter theGIVrsN THAT I whr..
in the Tallahassee situation. Jl rWe wish him continued success in both make final returns. and mpply for my dimcharire a
News. of his Jacksonville enterprises. Administrator of the state of William A Nowlin.
S- -" 1 -.-. c .i- -_- late of leon county, deceased.
Mrs. MariaC (.ilmore, the mother of Cares Sciatica. JOHN W. HKNI)FI tON.
Mr. F. C. Gilmore, died at the Gilmore lev W. Riley, D. uba, Jur of said e .state.
home on W "rnedomay, the 2r1d inyt. The New York. writes; "After fifteen i ....N..
funeral occurred on Thurmlay afterno(n ,iays ,it exe'niciating pain from sciatic Legal Notice.
ut Trinity M E C'hurch rhe'umntina, under various tr'astments, TOTICE IN HEREBY GIVEN THAT. 1six
>- I was indcii to try Ballard's Snotw N months after date, the underslignd will file,
.rl*In their accounts asI iecuter and Executrix of the;
lerhine I was inducllt to try Ballard'a Snow thelr ae t K and eu o
ndr th ile more fluid th niment; the first application giving tateur of Martha s. F ming. late of Lon county.
te-nderh the .le more, fluid and thu first relief and the second entire re- Florida. decaed. and apply to the Honorable
helpsmt relit f tr o m ow; i t ans ond lif i I can ive it unq qualified recom.- county Jud of asd county for their diewhare
prompt relief from ilousnei.n, ndigen- n1,,lat 2". 5, uu~k, $., ,r so .uch executor and excutrix.
tion, ick and nervous headaches, and mentation. 25c, 5k, 1., For sale E. A. CRAWFORD. Executor.
over.indulgence in food and drink. (; y all r the Kptatt of Martha E. Fiemin. r ,I.
I,. Caldwell. Agt, M K. and T. It. It.. s' k wit d this 2ist day of JulyIN&. h. m nifim,
Chotah e ind. Tr., write. April I, It takes B "sawed-ofr" Cracker with I-tedth s1d-a --ul-o am
hi'KI: "r was nick for over two yamri ar constitution like a litteredd knot" to In the County Judge's Court of County
with enlargement of the liver and handle the rei.s of the average weekly of Leon, State of Florida. in
pleen Te starvel eech to an alligator if the In the Matter of the EataL of Huwrt I. (',,Ihn,. St
and I had given up all hope of -eing i t alligator. dIf e' i to Nectiod.- Nnti.nf 8alk. a
,'ured, when my druggist dviedl me' to rnition give' out andi suhscritrp fail to ^ lu I, sHEREBY (.IVKN, THIAT I'l it K l1
use e'rbine. It has nead' me' unly. he has to stab a new hole in his suant u th. tatuite of the Htatels u,'c.
un well.'r'i t4 h' r.l iae .aindi iit and keep on flirting type with a *. made and provided., I will exx-. to .ae It W
and wll." F,,r la hy all ,ru- stomach as empty as a dude's head It public Ae on hMond, the 7th, ,f. thAUgu co
sta,. ..-take' a Kame- ok to run a country non eandocloe In the aftoernsu of m.,I lay. ar t
Mr. N, M. Iowet'n, 'special agent for newpaper Lake iHutler Star. the itor hou. corn1aClintontand A.Iam i.ntret. l
the Li usfa.urers, in exhibiting and The intend itching characteristic of .f FIortida. all the Htork -f Inas.y m'.ir',ns<. a
taklst eoers for one of the most ex- alt rheumi and eczema is instantly a' wm oand fxture. pr perty oaf the late ittrt I.
eellenT devices for domestic use ever lav ld by applying Chamberlain's bSalve. 'tlina. deceael. JOHN O.
Invented. It is the International A| a cure for skn diseases this salve i Admlni.trator of the. Fstate'f Rubert 1. (',Ilin'.
patent automatic wif .sharpenin t 1,nuahld For sale by all druggists." lew.eed. this.0th day of June. A. l 1i,'
shears. It cuts all the way and all .. Th. above mal postponed untl Moniay, the
the time." Get him to show it to you! Agei ilag SBuaS- 4th day o'f Reptemlr. I0&
F. B. Biddulph, pe.c'ial deputy of the ar, iinsrtantly relieved, and perfectly NurI'iE ofApp'atu fon Ta Iei ',ier .ec.
Knights of the Modhern Muae..,hee.. ha healed, by Iucklen's Arnica Salve. (. on of ptr law, ,f I' lrila.
just organized a tent of ats'ut thirty Itivenbark. Jr. of Norfolk, Va., writes: jTUNKNOWN (OWNKR AND) Ai.I. OTHIIEI
members in Marianna. Fli. The tent "I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it conc.rid:
consists of the leading menwnf the place, blistered all over. Bucklen a's Arnica Notie hretby yiven that 8. Il artflea.ld
such a. the resident of the bank. ci.sh. Salve ,stopped the pain, and healed it ehr, o Nsai. at nmy
ior and asslatant cashier, the le.hding without a scar." Also healas allwounds .e.and has made a~elkation for tax dw 1,to
lawyer of the town, a*,I others. and snre'. 25c at all druggists. ....n .ers wfth w. ae.d sintu...i
Fred W. Kettle, private s 'retarv to -- s.n county, iorldLa. to-wit: All m.uthof Forbm


President A. A. Murphree of the lFlor- 1iFURNISHED ROOMS, .urrha en line In etin twenty, in town.hip one
Ida Femalu College, is in tle' city in the With hath For I or 2 single gentle- .w%. entali1 I-m100emnw.nr I '
interestof that institution lie in mak- n'n. Central. care True Democrat tf The maid land eni amsessedt the date of the
ing a tour of the State, and feels grati - le of urh cmwtifd tin then naone of Owner
fled at the success of his eftfrts no far. Fo rally Gardens. dked" o e to le w d w
Mr. Kettle amid the Universitv Normal. 'Turnilim and Ruta Baga Seed, finest thewreon thef d Auwt., A. D. inS.
now n n n here, a visit Monday af- iqualitYv, at Yaeger's. t(f Withsm tMr i alDRS't an t smd this the
ternoon. (Gainesville C )rrel)ndent a A )th day of uly. A. MD. l
Times-Unibn. Ferrtfleus. rculs t o u Tnt y.ltid. S,
g WesarUy Ipease. Now is the time to order your fertile -I.a............
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhea h fr vehyour orders to grow in The hotel at Lanark, Fla., on the C.
come on without warning and prompt tf' t. A. SuHIN. Agent T. G R. R.. has been remodeled and
relief must be obtained. There i no . ...... o' refurnished and helped with electric
necessity of incurring the expwnw- of a For Sale. lights, hot and Z baths, and mineral
physilan's service in such cases if F bathin pools, and is in every respect a
(hsmberlain's Colic, Cholera and uiar- ('heap, small Farm. 20 acres, with most altretive hoteL It is now open
rhoes Remedy is at hand. A lose of It large house just outside the city. for the ret 'ption of guests who are in
this remedy will relieve the patient be- True Democrat omce. search of seasho r reretion, affording
fore a doctor could arrive. It has ... an especially flne ppotunIty to those
never been known to fall, even in the Watd to who area fod of amnifn ty
moat severe and dangerous cases and A .ood tract of Timber Land. Address For special rates, schedules, and other
no family should be without It. For S." The Weekly True Democrat. Tal. Information, apply to E. 0. Alston. Gen-
sale by all druggists Inh`e.e. Fla. eral Passenger Agent, Bainbridge, Ga.


Jeff. D. Perrell, WHi T '
WHEELWRIGHT adBLACSMITH. 'Cream Vermifug2
-_ J .h.E MUMITEIU


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


A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited i
mnd satisfaction guaran,
ee*d.


RRE


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THE CHNLREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
amsms Co r sualnUe.
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,n hett.r are the chances of your
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
y,)u use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
tell, there's little likelihood of your
havin C anything but a pure, who'esomn
yet economical product. But don't ie
content with a "just as gooi" flour -
demand the Clifton everytime, i- is t.,u
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'


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CVES COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTIONRoC TIS
WHOOPING COUGH. SORE THROAT. IOARSENESS.
LOSS OF VOICE LO6SENS THE PHLIGM AND EASES
EXPECTORATION, HEALS THE LUNGS.
Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for
Children's Croup and Whooping Cough because
it contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-
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asadultsof every variety of temperament and constitution.
Read This Remarkable Testimonial.
MRS. B. W. EVANS, Clearwater, Kaw writes:--"My husband
w&as sick for three months and the doctors told me he had quick con-
sumption. We procured a bottle of B&llard's Horehound Syruip, and
It cured him.n He is now a well man, but we always keep a bottle
In the house, and think it huas no equal for pulmonary disease"*
Easy to TaKe; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.
TIBUIR *IZX. s 5eo, 50e, 61.00.
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*OLD AND RKCOMMNDIEDO V

The State College for Women.
florida female College, Tallahassee, florida.
The best college in the South for young ladies Unsurpassed advantages
music and art under teachers who nave studied in America and Europe.
ewing, cookingg and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under the
rect ion of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School for
,mnn supported by the State in Florida, offering professional one year
urses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses leading to the
greene of L I. Advanced college courses of equal standing with the University
adin4 to degrees of B A B S., M. A. and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
nominal. Session begins 9 a. m. Wednesday, Scptember 27, 1905. For catalogue
d(1 further particulars, write A A MURPHREE, President.




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