The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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VOL. 1.


2, 1905.

NO. 30.

Good Government; Honesty In Public Office ual Justice to AII-aSp

cial Privileges to None.


F Parst Lst of Teachers Wh W ae

The School Board, at its meeting on
Tuesday, made quite a number of as-
-signments of teachers, but some schools
yet remain vacant. We have room this
week for only the white schools that
have been supplied, and will give the
'nsro schools a later issue.
No. Leon h School--J.W.Wide-
man C. A. Kit C. M. Brevard, Jen-
nie BrevardK. li t C. Eppes, Kate
Sullivan Hennie Chaires, Grace E:
Elean Ifsabell H. Goes, kettle Lift-
wich, kmma Washburne, Grace P. Cobb,
Miss Davies (Kindergarten).
No. 8. Hale's-Annie Owens.
S14. Woodville High School- W. R.
Clay, principal; L E. Maxwell, assist-
No. 18. Malge's-Dors Loper.
20. Agnon-Jonas Hartsfield.
22. Jackson's Bluff-Florence
No. 24. Miccosukle-Ida Edwards.
37. Meridian-Ethel Titsworth.
3. Lake Moore-Frank Harts-
No. 44. Strickland's-Roberta Geddie.
46. Oak Ridge--Fannie Atkinson.
49. Chaires High School-H. P.
Woodberry, principal; Annie B. Abney,
No. 56. Monson's Pond--Belle Clay.
67. Oak Dale-Lilla Smith.
50. Pine Grove--Sarah Davis.
60. Fisher's Creek-RobertaGat-
No. 69. Eastman's--Mabel Bradshaw.
73. Campbell's-G. E. Atkinson,
No. 78. Lake Bradford-Mamie Wil-
No. 79. Lake Erie--Ellen Cromartie.
"' 80. Lawhorn,s-Lola Bradshaw.
82. Saxon's-Lottie Child.
85. Pin Hook-Alice Hunter.
.- The True Democrat suspends comment
upon the assignment of teachers to Leon
High School until later, but will gladly
open its columns for expressions from
the friends and patrons of the school
concerning the same.
Flerida Beys at Grant.
The affectionate regard in which Prof.
H. E. Bierly is held m Florida is abun-
dantly exemplified by the large number
of Florida boys who, deprived of the ad-
vantages heretofore offered by the Flor-
ida State College, have entered Grant
University at Chattanooga. Tenn. Here
is a list of them:
Bradford Byrd T. G. Hancock, Fred.
Hartsfield, W. W. Dickey, H. S. Wood-
berry, Shannon Perkins, Abram Mc-
Dougall, Herbert Felkel, of Leon coun-
ty ; Sam Sanborn, Wakulla county ;
Dan Williams, Brandon; C. G. Pules-
ton, Monticello; H. C. Gray and Henry
Chester, Concord; Robert Pittman, Wa-
terville; Carlton Brigham, Bonifay,
and Hugh Fellows, Cottondale.
Misses Hattie Perkins and Helen
James, of Leon county, are also among
the Florida students.
Ex-Governor Jenninga is in town.
Mr. G. E. McGriff has returned from
the Gulf coast much improved in health.
Mr. Eugene Perkins is having a hand.
some residence erected on Calhoun
Hon. N. P. Bryan, chairman of the
Board of Control, was in the city this
week on public business.
Editor Inman, of the Bristol Bee,
made The True Democrat an appreci-
ated visit last Saturday.
Hon. Geo. W. Walker, State attorney
for the second circuit, has returned
from an all-summer sojourn in Indiana
Mrs. C. Algero and her daughters
'have returned from Thomasville. Ga.,
where they have been visiting friends.
Hon. M. H. Mabry, clerk of the Su-
preme Court, and his son have returned
from a pleasant summer outing in Vir-
Mrs. Clifton B. Gwynn and daughters
left this week for Raleigh, N. C., whete
Miss Mary Gwynn will become a student
of St. Mary's School.
Miss Margaret Whatley has become
\I the owner of the dwelling occupied as a
boarding house b Mrs. Temple, adjoin.-
ing t.re Le eon Monroe street.
Mr. C. A. Shonemaker has purchased
the Pichard place, out on the Meridian
road, and, with his wife and little girl,
will become permanent residents.
Miss Anna E. Chaires, who will have
charge of the kindergarten work at the
State College for Women, arrived home
this week in splendid health after her
summer vacation, spent on the Connect-
icut seashore.
For several reasons we refrain from
comment in this issue on the matter of
the employment of teachers for the Tal-
S ahasee High School-a matter which
has excited unwonted interest among
the patrons of the school and citizens
generally._^,_____ J,
Concord, Fla,, July 26, 190l

I can't ay too mush in favor of my
Home Comfort Range. It gives me
perfect satisfaction. I would not tae
one hundred dollar for it if I could not
get another one. M E M. SAUnMas

Scees-al C -mpea-tis erthe Twena*
ty4.ve ellar CheseL

On the 15th ints., according to ached-
ale, the competition heretofore adver-
tised by Duval Bros. for the best article
showing why the business of the firm is
successful closed with ten entries for
the $5 chek offered by this enterpris-
ing establishment. All were good. and
some much more than good, and the
prize was awarded by the committee to
the following, by Mies Nina Bigham,
the ingenious and meritorious rhymes
bein regarded by the committee as
worthy of the prise; and the check was
accordingly delivered to the successful
competitor yesterday:
Why Their Besiness is a Saccees.
On February 8, when birds do mate,
Of the good year 1902,
The Messrs. Duval, with prospects small,
Began business on South Monroe.
These rules they've made and observed
in trade,
Of buying and selling for cash,
With courtesy to all, both great and
And dry goods warranted to wash.
It is worthy of mention that prompt
Given to all their trade,
Selling reliable stuff, of value enough,
Great success for them has made.
None are suffered to wait, either lowly
or great,
Their wants being supplied,
The large and small, by Messrs. Duval,
In buying, are satisfied.
Their up to date store,
With dry goods "galore,"
In variety and styles complete,
Afford a supply for all who buy.
And with their prices none can com-
They enter no charge, and prices enlarge,
In order to make up for loss,
But cash on the spot scoops in the whole
As near as possible, to cost.
When that maid, with a blush,
Comes to buy "on the hush,"
Her "trousseau" of daintiest kind,
Of laces and mulls, lingerie and frills,
Her ideals at Duval's she'll find,
When the funeral dir
Requires crepe and serge,
And the sable fabrics for pall,
The soft winding sheet, and shrouding
With gloves, you will find at Duval's.
Their line of fine shoes
From which you can choose
Is ample for both sexes.
Ladies and gents, and children in pants,
At prices that never perplexes.
Their clothing for boys
Fill mothers with joy,
While their charming suits for youth,
And garments for men. with money to
Are always represented in truth.
Each buyer receives full value for what
he gives,
And no one is cheated or "flammed."
And this is the reason, that in and out
of season,
With customers their store is jammed.
The way to success is to earn it, I guess,
And Duval's have certainly won it,
By courtesy and truth for the aged and
With reliable goods, they've done it.
They will farther succeed
By taking good heed
To the rule they've long observed.
"As ye would that men should do unto
you, so do ye unto them,"
And thus won the success they deserve.
Incredible IBrtality.
It would have been incredible brutal-
ity if Chas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse,
NY., had not done the best he could
for his suffering son. "My boy." he
says, "cut a fearful gash over his eye,
so I applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
which quickly healed it and saved his
eye." Good for burns and ulcers too.
Only 25c at all drug stores.
Bingen, Ga., July 26, 1906.
This is to certify that I have used the
Home Comfort Range for 16 years.
It cost me one joint of pipe. I think
the Home Comfort Steel Range is the
finest range made. It gives me perfect
satisfaction and is in good order to-day
A restless exchange is looking for a
successor for State Treasurer Knott.
If the people of Florida atree with the
Herald. they will keep Mr. Knott in
office for many years.-Punta Gorda
Right you are I No official has served
the people more acceptably.
A fine body of land containing about
700 aeres, within 21 miles of Tallahas-
see,. with 7-room dwelling house, stock

and Tobacco barna, in first-elass coudi-
thon. It has a Ane running spring with
water tank and would make an ideal
stock farm. Must be sold at once.
Apply to A. H. GINSBERG,
20;4t Tallahaee, a.


Through the e etsy of Hon. Wm.
V Knott, State tirer, we are en-
abled to pubbeh the following interest-
ing information eo ring the State

alaatsee Wad s0aqeat samlaa.
Nste-Sealedos of 19.W6.
The Florida F College will open
on September Students are requ red
to be present at 8 'clock for matricu-
lation, examinatI classification, etc.
SeptemberB, 8 a. m. tol2:30 p. m.,
English ; p 6 p. m., Latin.
September 7, 8.80a. m. to 12:30 p. m.,
History; 2 p. m. a p. m., Science.
September 1, 80 m. to 12:30 p.
m., Mathematles p. m. to 6 p. m.,
Greek and MU Languages.
Our cers.
Tallahassee's Itary officials have
shown the to be fully entitled
to the entire and approbation
of every res by their unwearied
devotion to e arduous and not al-
ways pleasant duti. They have not,
however, received from some of the
citizens that consideration which their
work, and their performance of it, so
justly deserves.
Indifference to notices, carelessness
in the carrying out of instructions, and,
in some few cases, open defiance of
their authority, are some of the means
adopted to make their difficult task
harder, and only a thoughtful forbear-
ance on their part has prevented the
application of some of the penalties of
a very stringent city law.
We sincerely hope that such indul-
gence as has been shown will no longer
abused, and that all will unite in
giving our efficient health officials that
confidence and co-operation without
which a clean and healthy city will be
an impossibility.
Neglected Celds.
Every part of the mucous membrane,
the nose, throat, ears, head and lungs,
etc., are subjected to disease and blight
from neglected colds. Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup is a pleasant and effective
W. Akendrick, Valley Mills, 'fex
writes: I have used Ballard's Horehound
Syrup for coughs and throat troubles;
it is a pleasant and most effective rem-
edy." For sale by all druggists.
Mr. Richard Scarlett is in the city
visiting friends.
See Mr. Cay before you purchase your
horse flesh. He has a nice lot to select
The True Democrat gladly welcomed
Mrs. E K. Hollinger this morning as its
first lady visitor to the new office.
Mr. Fensburg, who lived here awhile
back and was employed by Mr. Ginsburg
in his clothing store, was on a visit to
the city yesterday.
Hon. Jno. L. Morgan of the Florida
Railroad Commission, l again at his
desk in the capitol, after a season of
rest at his home in Hamilton county.
Mr. J.Weetcott EdmodAson, who holds
the responsible position of assistant
cashier and rental manager of the Jack-
sonville Development Co. is circulating
among his Tallahassee frMends.
CoL John S. Winthrop and Mrs. Win-
throt reached home yesterday, after a
mo enjoyable summer spent in the
North Carolina mountain region with
their fine boys, who have returned to
school. ^^^^^^^

We are moving this week into our
new office, and while no Interruption
will occur into the poIbhtti n of The
True Democrat, our readers may and
deicaeniees, the explantion of which
will readily occur to thfm. We eor.
dially invite all of our friends, from
country and dty, to eall and m uas in
our new quarters.


And Florida grafter sometimes do bus-
iness in their wives' ame. but tell
different tales about the checks secured.
One time the checks come from sale of
wife's property abroad, and at another
as a present from large land operators.


Capmct Awauded ew Sepetmag es.
Pom'r Cam C a -
On Wednesday of this week the Board
of State Iastitutions opened bids for
the reprinting of eight volumes of the
Su me Court R the successful
=ider be h te 0. PalSter Com-
ay, of Deb nd, at 70 cents per page.
Thre were several bidders, via: T. J.
Appleyard, $1.36: Capital Publishing
Co., $1.0; John G. Collns and St. Au-
gustine Reord Co. 88 ceta per pats
each, and two fromeoutsideeof t S te.
On Tuesday the proprietor of The
True Democrat was invited to unite
with the Painter company, T. J. Apple-
yard and the Capital company to make
a bid together, at $1.50 per page, the
price at which the State contract was
awarded for similar work, which prop-
osition was declined.
The significance of theee occurrences,
if It does not sufciently appear at this
time, will be made plain hereafter.
Sere Neeth I Cattle.
After the third page of this issue.
containing a reference to the prevailing
cattle disease, went to prees we re
ceived the following from Dr. Dawson:
The cattle disease which has been
prevalent in this and some other sec-
tonsof the State for the past few weeks
has been investigated by the State
Board of Health through its veterina-
rian, Dr. C. F. Dawson, who states
that the disease is "mycotic stomati-
tie," or sore mouth produced by the
animals feeding upon acrid plants. The
climatic conditions of the season have
been productive of this class of forage.
Affected animals are taken with slob-
bering. The mouth parts and throat
swell and finally ulcerate. Later the
feet become affected, and, if the ani-
mals remain untreated, some die from
inability to swallow. Adult cattle only
are affected.
As treatment, it is ra~jtnmnded that
the mouth be washed out several times
a day with alum water or weak tannic
acid solution or oak bark tes. When
ulcers form they may be painted with
Lugol's solution 9f iodine, or with iodl-
form dissolved in ether. Similar a-
tringents or sugar of lead water may be
used upon the feet to cure the lame-
ness. The feed should consist of soft,
unirritating liquid, or semi-solid mate-
rials. Disturbances of the digetive
mp -, whtois, aia n to oe m a
course of the disase, should receive
appropriate treatment.
he animals should, of course, be re-
moved from the offending pastures.

Havana, Fla., August 7, 1906.
This in to certify that I purchased a
Home Comfort Range 16 years ago and
used it 12 or 14 years when my house
was burned down on the range; but to
my great surprise I found the body of
the range damaged but very little. I
used the Range on for a long time every
thing in good order. A few months ago
a Home Comfort Steel Range salesman
drove up to my house and I bought one
of the Improved Steel Ranges and it
gives perfect satisfaction. Don't be
afraid to buy a Home Comfort Steel
Latest Fever News.
A summary of the situation at New
Orleans to and including September 20
shows little improvement. New cases.
50; total to date, 2,689; deaths, 6; total
to date, 861; percentage, 13.
At Pensacola five new cases are re-
ported; at Natchez, 4; at Gulf Port, 2;
at Hamburg, 1; at Mississippi City, 2;
at Vicksburg, 6.
Wanted Copies of The True Demo-
crat of September 8.
Mr. H. Pichard is enjoying a much
needed vacation on the Gulf coast.
Bishop Weed is in the city a guest at
the boarding house of Mrs. Bond.
T. A. Jennings, of Pensacola, was a
visitor to the State Capital this week.
H. L. Covington a well-known naval
stores operator of Pensacola, was at the
capital this week.
Mrs J. L. Neeley and child have re-
turned from North (Georgis, where they
spent the summer.
Miss Alice Theus has entered Stan-
ley's Business Callege at Macon, Ga.,
for a full course in shorthand.
Write Stanley's Business College, Ma-
con, Ga., at once for catalogue. This
school cannot supply the demand for its
graduates. 80-1m.
The music atTriinity Methodist church
is greatly enjoyed, not only by the large
congregations, but by every neighbor
within hearing. The splendid voice of
Miss Sharitt adds much to the excel-
lence of the large choir, and some of
her solos are little short of marvelous.
The defaulting State Avditor in In-
diana endeavors to explain his raescality
by saying that he gave some of the
money up to the poleisans. The plea
is so old as to be thin.-Time-Union.

Two blocks from CaatL to

V.'Farl u1 emga
Turnips and Ruta saa Seed, t
quality, at Yegwr'a. t -

Dclal Privileges to None.

~_ ___ ____ ~


The llames au m t eea. Wo

flMesad am Gt C11m-0.
The result of the Sepember teachers'
xaemietions has be aito anxiously
looked for, not only by bs who ai-
gaged in it, but by theM ad put-
raMof the school. We dMid tmseMdin
f it last week but amw prsnt
It in full save the made by
the examines, thpof which
it was thought by t Seperlneadent
to be unneceemary, and might be re-
garded l- seewhat unkind.
The white examine. who passed and
secured Arat wesertleates were: C.
A. Keith. MN.B. B. Raes, Prank Hanrts-
field. eise SaRla Ethel Titaworth.
Secondrad: N. ar Bowes. Third
rade: Grace B. Elean, Mamie A. Wil-
.am, Roberts Geddie, Emma B. Wash-
The negro examinees who passed, se-
curing second grade certificate, were :
Ellen Johnson, Carrie Richardson, M.
R. Baker. Third grade : J. H. Stroman.
E.YatesaGertrude Twine, E. L. Christie,
M. A. Whitaker, A. H. Bell, J. H.
The trading committee was composed
of Prof. Arthur Williams, A. M., pro-
fessor of history and political science
in the Florida State CoiZ and Florida
Female College, Miss E. Bppea, ss-
ter of the County Superintendent, and
Miss Lilla Smith daughter of County
Commissioner E. C. Smith, of Chairs.
S. A. Read, Cio, Tex., writes,
March 11 1901: My wrt was spned
so badly by a fall that it was uselee.;
and water uing several remedies that
failed to give relief, need Ballard's
Snow Liniment and was cured. 1 ear-
nestly recommend it to any one suffer-
ing from sprains. For aale by all drug.
Secretary M. A. Brown, of the exec-
utive office, has gone to Tennessee with
his family, but expects to return to hiq
duties immediately. Mrs. Buwn and
little daughter will spend some time
Sunday School Superintendent (be.
ginning a talk on temperame)-Now,
boys, what is that inidlot and sede-
tive n that leler ua up at Brat, but
nally dve u to hame and despair?
Small Scholar-Our baseball team, or
Grafters 1-Judge.
At a meeting of the State Board of

mnt for the ueh
for the Florida Femuae Cds of the
Lincoln Academy property was conm-
pleted; and the reot of te ummit-
toe concerning the dispoeatis of the
property of the Bartow MHlitary Insti-
tute, was received and adopted.
The application for pardon in the case '
of the two negroes convicted of the
murder of Hon. N. W. Eppea, which
was scheduled for last Monday, was
postponed until the regular meetn of
the board in October. Attorney Nat.
R. Walker, who represents the con-
demned men, disclaims eny knowledge
of the "petition" for pardon mentioned
recently in the Jacksonville paper.
Notice is given that the council will
meet October 16th as a board of equali-
zation. Now that the taxes on city
property are so high, and with the
prospect of an additional levy of 81
mills (making, inll, 41| mills), there
should be a general readjustment of
many valuations which have long been
irregular and unjust. We shall have
more to say on this subject later.
Stautitag NeelSity.
Statistics show starting mortality,
from appendicitis and perltoniti. To
prevent and cure these awful diseases,
there is just one reliable remedy, Dr
King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery,
of 14 Custom House Place Chicago,
says: "They have no equal for consti-
pation and bilfousness." 2c at all
Mr. J. D. Cay has Jt ottm in a flne
lot of stock. See him before you pur-

A house centrally sead, suitable
for boarding house. Muat be in first-
class condition. Address P. O. Box 62,
Lloyd, Fla.
HMe Asate Ame,
Aisdted by Miss Henrietta Ames, will
open their private school Monday, Oc-
tober 2, 1906.
W. T. BANNmEMAN will do your Sur-
veying anywhere in the State. P.O.
Addrea, eridan aspt.l64m

A Worthy Par, either male or temalek
A JOs, to handle artielos of value and
leasure, with horem and vehlble to de-
liver same. Address P. O. Box MU.,
Tallahaseo, FI.
Nemeem bat.


T E MOC AT A We iw Itaised, in quoting from A cMfsun r on ti to do. a,
m weeks ago we promised a cor- the Bsal's eisdal rscoWd, the words We hote the winbg xpression t I J good may demand.
Jese 6. ce sius, r rspondent information corning alesI tstting e ef the purposes of the ftom Oer Satet echlef tor the pur- rqil ofat ia vlidual consequence.
"PuILIMZ vXRY n RIDAY MORNIMNG of State land by the Internal Improve- Board in making the sale to be for pose of replying to the same "in bulk:" If It hia, In the performanceof its task.
mUBLt Board during the Jennings admin- "discharging the debts and obligations We ae holdingour breath while The the approbation and assistance of its
Enterwd emSmead ali Mattker Mrea'. 10i. .at istration. We have had time to par-, of the fund." We most positively a.f- True Democrat produce the evidence. contemporaries of the State press. it
tlh Poet OMa at Tarw shirn. lir d r tally trace up on the records only one firm, from the official records of the -B n -m t. will gladly accept the same and we rk
Aetof C mro Mo r hL .. of those referred to, and find its cir. Board itself, that at the time this sale I Now, if Brohe Co lylins wueonI with them cheerfully and valiantly t,

ne in Teephone ualuiin Corer A4am. ad cumstancea suffilently remrkable was made and this statement recorded thing doing. Tell us all about it and let unearth wrong-doing and repair the
Clinton street. Telephone No. 1i. March 29, 1901, Arthur T. Williams the Board had no debts or obligations to the people of Florida know the persons. reputation of the party, damaged so se
.-asked for a 90-day option on I. I. lands be discharged! On the contrary, on the Madisn New Enterprise. riously by the Jennings administration.-
Suhoeriptlon. 1.00 Per Year, I Adv4ae. in Taylor and Lafayette counties, offer- first day of January, 1902, the year the If those papers n the State that are if t is constrained to lbor onward in
Advsrtsing Mare.on Appltem. Ing for 5,000 acres $1.25 per acre; for sale was made, the Board had a cash State i ing and other matter this duty alone, it ill not hrink fro
-r 10,000 acres, $1 per acre; or for all the balance of nearly $75,000 to its credit. really in earnest they should state the the task._.
Tallahas**, Friday, Septo .2, 190s. lands in said counties, 76 cents per acre. For the years 1901 and 1902 it disbursed facts and let the accused have a chance A WKLL-*N ITES REBUKE.
E-yC ...r ..t ... These lands, by the way, are the same nearly $16,000 in running expenses, sal- t defend themselves, and if theybs The Pensacola Journal of a recent
Every Confederate veteran in Florida which had been conditionally conveyed aries, ete. It had no drainage or re- t et the people who pay the-Inllu- date administered tol local cotempo-
will grieve over the sudden and violent to the Tallahassee Southeastern rail. clamation operations pending or in endo is not argument. DeFuniak rary, the News, (owned by the "Capital
death of Comrade Frank Goulding, road, and the deeds deposited in bank progress. Andits absolutely unneces- T Preerinting [Publishing] Co. or by I B.
of Pensacola, washo, ruwhiln over biting to wait the fulllment of the condition named aggregate te sum of nearly saying some thin so pointed as to be Hilson, or by the Capital City Bank),
gniry guard, wantlyrukilloverd o n n- by the construction of the road within $24,000 .. ...... almost personal ut the doings at the the following well-merited rebuke:
gin and instantly k on time limit, failing which condition, A WORD TO TilH FOOLISH. capital and the conduct of some of the What particular object the Pensacola
instant, the deeds had been recovered and can- It has been our purpose to make no State officials and their attaches, yet News expects to accomplish by its per-
..f .... ... .Ithe Daily Capital doesn't seem to know sistent "knocking" of the health off-
If our newspaper friends wish t in- called. And this recovery and cancel- further reference to the Wailes claim that there is such a paper printed at Ia and the physicians who are fight
aspect a typical specimen of the sort of nation, although quite commonplace and until such time as discussion concerning Tallahassee as the True Democrat. Ing the yellow fever in this city has not
work the State printer is and has been inevitable, was cited with a great deal it might aid in the righting of the great The Daily Capital has the opportunity, yet been made apparent. Yesterday,
doing for the public and getting big of self-praise by Mr. Jennings in his wrong that has been done both to him if it wants to take advantage of it, to in referring to a new case of fever, it
h Itsl g In mkeep itself busy at home without pay- announces that the patient has-
pay for -they will send to Governor alleged campaign for the United States and to the State; but since we have re- ng the least attention to the Marion "been n bed for ix day. Jstwhythe
frgoard for a copy of his message senatorship as an instance of "saving" cently been informed that the State county democratic executive committee. announcement of the real cause of hi
boetd iI "boards." the people's land from the wicked rail- 'Comptroller and one of his supernumer. Ocala Banner. illness was not made known before is
Under a ruling made at the instance roads. ary clerks have been endeavoring to Quite a stir is being created through- not made public except through the
of Governor Jennings by the Board of Nothing was done about Mr. Williams' connect Col. Wailes with the manage- out newspaper circles in the State over bulletin which made out that the diag
Trustees of the Internal Improvemen" proposition until April 13. 1901, when ment of The True Democrat, by refer- ocrat in alleging fraud in connection on the class named.
Fund, it has become difficult to procure his request was granted by conferring ring to him as one of its editorial writ- with the Jennings administration. This "But-
necessary information concerning its upon him authority to negotiate the ers, backers or advisers, we are forced paper does not mince matters; it comes "The doctors say it is yellow fever,
transactions. This ruling, which for- sale of "all the lands in Taylor and to mention the matter again outngithsome strong and ratheristart- and it thmuewst b really so.' desired informa-
bids the giving out of any information Lafayette counties at seventy-five cents We would regard it a an honor of prove. There is no mistaking the tion in the premises, it could have
without the express instructions of the per acre," on condition that he pay all uo little moment to be connected with course Editor John Collins proposes to learned from the health authorities that,
Board, should he rescinded, or the costs and expenses and not look to the Colonel Wailes in any business enter- pursue. The outcome will be awaited as soon as the case referred to was dis-
board should make public through the Board for any commissions: also that prise, but, of course, the assertion that with interestheIf there has been covered, the patient was immediately
wrong-doing The True Democrat will screened and every possible precaution
press the actual proceedings of each the option (for such it was in effect) he is in any manner connected with e performing a public duty in making taken pending the development of the
meeting. Concealment of their acts is should continue only for ninety days The True Democrat, aside from his known that fact. It will remain for, disease.
the very worst error they could make. from the date aforesaid. friendly interest in a public journal the law to mete out punishment.-St. while takin all the nrecautdo that
.. ty... The published records do not appear which has always endeavored to do him Augustine Record. would h ave been necessary had the
The investigation by a New York leg- to mention the transaction again until justice, i utterly false; while the ani- Editor Collins, of The Tallahassee knllown fever,ly that the physician stientll didn't
islative committee of the methods of July 3, 1902, when the Board adopted a mun of those who imagine that by war uon the Jennins a inistration, desire to announce the disease as such
"high finance" practiced by the New preamble reciting that "it is the duty circulating such a report they might He has made it so hot that, he says, until they were reasonably sure that
York life insurance companies is bring- of the Trustees of the Internal Improve- bring discredit upon The True Democrat even members and clerks of the pres- they were incorrect. Whan they did ar-
ing some curious things to light, among meant Fund under the act creating them or upon Col Wailes in abundantly evi- ient administration don't speakto him thecase immedonclusion they announced
which was the fact that in 16, and ["creating them" is good, if queer] to dent neasthelipastlsbysl bAndthe roadside and In all this the health officials and
again in 1900, the president of the New make such arrangements for the drain- Mr. Cro()n has always been regarded ayns ever a lywordy It was supposed physicians have thea proval of the
York Life contributed, of the money of age of the swamp and overflowed lands al the special friend and confidant of i that the Tribune was the red-hotest common te interest and whyan news
the policy holders, large sums to the as in their judgment may be most ad- Ex-(;overnor Jennings, and his asso- nemy of the Jenni admocinistraton hasat heart wiattempt to stir up trouble
Republican campaign fund. President vantageous to the fund and the settle- ciate and adviser in many, if not all, taken the fight off of the Tribune's and dissension at a time like this is
McCall is an alleged Democrat, but con- ment and cultivation of the lands,"and of th extraordinary performances, h and fand injected a few thousand more than anyone else can understand.
tribute to the McKinley campaign that "n the judgment of the trustee while in office and since, which have volts of extra eat into it Punta Gor- no the Journal hataken any notice o
fund nearly $60,000 because he felt of the Internal Improvement Fund, the brought upon his administration and dia Herald. the recent antics of the News in this
that It was to the best Interest of the drainage and settlement and cultivation himself the emphatic condemnation of The only reason why The True Demo- connection, because people who are on
policy holders." That, was giaft with of the swamp and overflowed lands re- a very large proportion of the press crat is singled out as the object of such the ground know how to estimate them.
the bark on, wasn't it? mining undisposed of in the counties and people of the State; while his clerk remarks as are quoted above is that and have, moreover, had much more
andfpIople.ofhis.ewspper.hsiha.thecourgek important duties to attend to.
If we have failed to make entirely of Lafayette, Taylor, Madison, Jeffer- (who is also said now to he Secretary of this newspaper has had the courage to is time now, however, that this
plain our attitude towards the Jennings mm and Leon, as well as other lands, the Pension Board, drawing salaries for print facts which were otherwise well child's play, or perverseness, or assi-
administration, as well as towards the can best be accomplished by a sale of a both positions with not much to do as a known, and most of which were con- ninity, or whatever it is, was stopped.
present administration, it s because portion of said lands for the prpse clerk, and who was formerly private taed in the public records, and to com- It h no effect ath hundome, where uthe
there are limitations to even our splen- discharging thr debts and obligaltinm i'f secretary to Governor Jennings, and ment upon the same without fear or may tend to a misunderstanding of the
did American language. We have fre- the fund, and in aiding in the drainage still rents under the condemnation of a favor. .ri situation abroad, and Pensacola wants
quently called public attention to the and cultivation of the said lands, as legislative committee for crookedness he ieal; the r essa eployeta no uch understand at this tim.
unmistakable evidence of the existence well as other lands of the fund, which in connection with the management of ..sp, cial counsel"; the absurd and mis- FOLLOWING OURM OTTO.
of graft and other "irregularities" a, have been usually [holdj from 25 cents the State hospital) was actively instru- chievous Jennings idea that the grant The Pensacola News quotes a para-
to the former; we have never by word to ($1.25 per acre." mental as hiK agent and errand boy in of public land in trust to the Internal graph from The True Democrat, then a
or deed even intimated that these And the Board thereupon ordered a gathering members of the Legislature ImprovementBoard was "irrevocable"; long article from the Atlanta Constitu-
things are chargeable to the latter; and conveyance to be made to Neill G( Wade, into the Governor's office and elsewhere the improvident and unnecessary sales tion, and closes thus:
we believe that there will never be oc- of levy county, of 108lO.,'7.09 acres for so that Jennings could lobby with them of public lands to speculators; theposi- es The people believe they havo cls e an hon-
S asion to do so, although our duty., as $2.HM2.,' "the purchaser to pay, in ad- against the Wailes claim Doubtless testilnhorized and unlawful p- at set of officials administering the af-
well as our right, may impel us to utter edition thereto, a stated um (which. he performed a like service in the lob- tively unauthorized and u unlawful pay- fairs of.the State government, and un-
what we may believe to be just criti- however, is not stated toa Arthur T buying operations of the ex-Governor" Taylor case; the farming outof special elusive proof to the contrary fifth in
rism upon any of its acts Williams," ,hoi fuotiatedi the sale. during the last session. but of this more privileges to "mine" logs in the beds c a. them will not be shaken. On the other
I tsof ank tal'at l Now, whether the entry quoted above., may come later, if necessary. privileges to "mine logs in the be hand, the Tallahassee sheet, which is
In these dayseof bank d ha anyfalcaierions, t en we have the'amazingof rivers to the State printer "and as- stooping to such methods, will be
financial tergiversationns of all shades of coection with the above ale, July : spectacle o two State official who ate the unparalleled extrava treated with the scorn it so richly mer
criminality, and plain, ordinary cm- t p t y th' were ctive in the rations ofgance of management of the State's its.
ItidWedtuhaesnotpoitively appear. but the were most active in the operations of We desire to inform the News that

monpiace stemngi ul IIre re Ing Icto
read in an exchange the Lakeland
News of (mone who shines as a living ex
ample of civic honesty and unimpeach-
able integrity. Henry Bishop was the,
proprietor of a private bank at Eustim,
in Lake county, some years ago, and
failed, owing his depositors considerable
sums. He promised them that he' would
make good every cent and he did. A
few days ago a committee of creelitors
reported that he had paid back every
sent of his indebtedness. l is name
should be writ in letters of gold on
pages of silver, and his career should
stand as a perpetual memorial for the
admiration and emulation of future gen-
Tallahameerans. while the-y may feel
overburdened by the heavy tax ratio
imposed for the current year. should
remember that the Increase in the city
tax levy, occasioned by the sewerage
system and the S-mill special school tax,
are the direct result of a Ipopular vote;
and that, although our total tax rate,
looks large, it is not exerssive when
compared with that of some other com-
munities. For instance, the levy for
St. Lucle, the new county down on the!
east coast, Is 22 mills, to which add the
State levy. 6 mills, making 21 mills, as
compared with IH mills for Leon county
a outside of Tallahassee; and the levy for,
Brevard county is 20 mills, while that
o f Dade ois 26 mills. To the last-named
rate the dy of Miami add a levy of 20
mills, making the property owners of
that place pay a total levy of 1 millal
Beides this, Ih parts of Dad Governor
Broward's drains e scheme involves an
Snal tax of cents per acre on
S5Elandns. Aren't you glad you live

Hoard gives, as a reason for requiring the Jennings lobby against the honest ous clerks, citing as an instance the
this purchaser to pay Williams "a payment by the State of a just claim, office of the Comptroller, whose pay.
stated sum, not stated, hby way of based upon a valid contract made by roll now fts up $28,600for assistance;
roll now foots up $28,600 for assistance;
commissions, that Williams renderedd the Governor and other administrative the almost innumerable so-called inves-
exten.ive and valuable service to, the officers of the State government, and
fund in surveying, locating, grading ratified by every succeeding administra- .. tiations of some of these "irregulari-
and procuring purchasers for" Paid tion and Legislature for a quarter of a tending the publication of evidence
lands. Isn't it odd that the oa'rd century, the purpose of such lobbying bundantly strong enough to justify
should make the purchaser pay for such being to discredit Florida in the eyes of criminal prosecutions; the well-known
services "to the fund?' And isn't it the world as a repudiator of her honest' criminal prosecutions; the well-known
Soslider" that the Board should have obligations, attempting, in their puny, ennings as a lobbyist during the se o
J.ennings as a lobbyist during the sea-
taken such exceeding care not to men- malicious way. to serve their former of the Legislature and as volun-
tion the amount of the "stated sum" and, perhaps, present--master, by cir-!teer adviser of the present State offun-
which the Board was willing to c .mpel'culating what they imagine to be an cials, resulting in the defeat of all ef
the purchaser to pay Williams for injurious rumor to the effect that their forts to ascertain the truth through
services to the fund?" intended victim is running a news.- legislative investigation, and in the
I legislative investigation. and in the
Another xid thing bhout this sale Is paper !
the fact that in the entire transaction While neither Col. Wailes nor The placing of the present administration in
not a word in seen which would appear True Democrat is likely to be injured the ridiculous and humiliating position
to bind the purchaser to "drain" the by such rumor, we desire to extend to of presnting to the Legislature a dou-
lando, or any portion thereof, or in any tfIes worthies a friendly warning to let meant on the subject of the State hos-
anner to contribute t their ttl our affairs alone for a day of reckoning pital frauds which that body returned
manner to contributions altheir "settle- is surely coming. without considering; and last, but not
ment and cultivation," although thee least, the bare-faced impositionspra-a
were stated as the chief purposes of the The government printing office inves- let, the re-fc positions prac-
Board n making the ale. tton develops th fact that the wive tied upon the public treasury and the
M of certain employees of the printing de- State of Florida by the State printer-
The average price per acre paid by artment own stock in big manufactur- these are matters which The True Dem.
Wade for these lands (not counting (ng concerns that furnished a great has flt impelled to comment upon
Williams' "rake-oft." whatever that number of monotyp machines to the crat has felt impelled tocommentupon
might have #ee) was a fraction over rioting office. When you see a man from time to time, not because they
$2.1 h quite a fair price, apparently; ngn using his wife's name in his busi- were matters of news, but because, be-
$2.15 quite a fair price, apparently. transactions, you had better watch ing matters of public record and knowL
but our information, from several dif- him.-Madison Recorder. ege matter eot pubc ro and knol
4erent sources, is that large tracts of Look out! You're getting mighty discussion by any one
thin land was and is worth from $5 to 8 close to leasee majeste" in that last TheTueDeocrat Ineit
per acre; that .Wade is a well-known sentence. The True Democrat is neither a Sher-
Slock Holmes nor a prosecuting officer.
operatorin turpentine and timber lands; Graft lisdeveloping everywhere. State It his not discovered anything that the
that he never either promised or ex- Auditor Sherrtick. of dlana, was re- public did not or could not already
fp d tho dr lain or settle or cultivate moved from office last week by the know, and it has no power to compel
any of the land, and that his purchase governor for "plain and inexcusable v.- actionof any kind upon such knowledc.
was purely and esentlally speculative. olation of the law and a gross betrayal Alliitcando is to direct public atten
And if these things are true, the Board of public trust." in investingg" public A t can to pub tt
must have been advised thereof at the furds in his private business to the tion to abuses, whether past or present,
time the sale was made amount of $145,000. and urge those having official power to

The True Democrat has never, in any
manner, accused the present State ad-
ministration of wrong-doing of any
kind, and does not believe it will ever
have occasion to do so. It has, in the
plainest sort of language, charged the
Jennings administration with many
kinds of crookedness, and will continue
to do so, as occasion may arise, not-
withstanding the squirming of those ad-
herents and friends of the guilty parties
who may endeavor to punish it with
"scorn" or otherwise, for its devotion
to "good government, honesty in public
office, equal justice to all and special
privileges to none."
In another column we give some facts
concerning a certain sale of State lands.
Below we give an item clipped from a
recent issue of the Metropolis. We do
not propose to point out any connection
between them, but the coincidence is.,
to say the least, interesting:
Hon. Arthur T. Williams, of Jackson-
villa and Fernandina, in com ny with
Williami R. Coulter, who has charge of
the Williams lands in Levyounty, went
to Cedar Key last week. Ho was
looking for a site for the erection of a
cedar mill. He owns thousands of acres
of cedar land, as well as e and hard.
wood timber in Levy, Lafayette and
Taylor counties, and t6oee who recall
the vat amount of business done at Ce-
dar K during the days of the cedar
mills rejoicsle at the expect
of a revival of this imdustry. Mr. Wit.
liamUsla one of the bet businm men In
the State, which inur the aneeom of
the enterprise.
Presidet Murphree of the Florida
Female Coge has returned from a
brief ab m*sin North Carolina. where
he visited M. Mwphree and the chil.
dre toIn their 111-1r homse at Brevard.

. ... M Il~ill i n n,

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President Wants Canal Opened at
Earliest Possibl: Date.


Consualti Boa*d of Eatoeers is Told
That Sea LInd Waterway Is
Preca blcto Locks.

President l eosevelt is urging an
the strongest t firms the necessity for
a plan for thio construction of the
Panama cenal which may be accom-
plishe-j in the shortest possible time.
In his recent remarks to the con-
sulting board if engineers of the
Panama canal commission he said
things regarded of the utmost Import-
ance in that cci section. His remarks
have just Lecn transcribed and trans-
mitted to the board In Washington
und General D'ils, its chairman, has
been author:zcd ri make them ptuhblc.
The president iaid, among other
"What I am about to say must be
considered in the light of suggestion,
not as direction. I have named you
because, in my judgment, you are es-
pecially fitted to serve as advisors
In planning the greatest engineering
work the world has yet seen, and I
expect you to advise me. not what
you think I want to heart, but what
you think I ought to bear.
"Taere are two or three considera-
tions which I trust you will steadily
keep before your minds In coming to
a conclusion as to the proper type
of canal. I hope that ultimately it
will prove possible to build a sea
level canal-such a canal would un-
doubtAidly be best in the end if feasi-
ble, anwl I feel that oT:e of the chief
advatitiges of the Panama route is
that ultimately a sea level canal will
be a pessllility. Put while paying due
heel to the ideal pIerfe'tibility ot
the scheme from an engineering stand.
point, remembCer the t.eed of having a
rlan which shall provide for the im-
mediate 1tullding of a canal on the s.f-
cast tO rns and in the, shortest possi-
ble time. If to build a s-a level
canal will but slightly increase the
risk. then, of .ourse, it is prefer-
"But if to adopt the plan of a sea
level mrnans to incur hazard and
bring on ,ielay. thc-a it is not pref
erable. If the advantages and disad.
vantages are closely balanced I ox.
pect you to say so. I desire also to
know whether If you recommenil a
hit' level multi-lock canJa, it will Ir,.
Possible after it is completed to turn
It into or substitute for it In tnie a
sea level canal without Interrupting
the traffic upon it. Two of the prime
considerations to be kept steadily in
mind are:
"I. The utmost practicable s;.ed
of corstruction.
"2. l'racti(al certainty that the
plan proposed will be feasible and
that it can be carried out with the
minimum risk.
"The quantity of work and the,
amount of work should be minimized
so far as pos.ible.
"The delay in tranesit of the yes.
eels owing to additional locks wi,
be of small consequence when cornm.
pared with shortening the time for
the construction of the canal or di.
min!shing the r:aks In Its construe.-
tion. In short I desire your beat
Judgment on all the various ques-
tions to be considered In choosing
among the various plans for a cornm.
paratlvely high muktlock canal for
a lower level with ftower locks and
for a sea level canal.
"Finally. I urge upon you the necos-'
ctty of as great expedition nla cornm.-
Ing to a deolaion ai s compatible
with thoroughness lan considering the


missand Fetival HNM tb Cit;as to Aid
Yelow Fever fred.
The yellow fever situation at New
Orleans Saturday showed little
< change. The people of the city took
a holiday and joined hands In mak.,
ing a brilliant success of the Diamond
festival, arranged to help swell the
fund for fighting yellow fever.
A multitude gathrroe- at Athletic
rark. where the festival was held.
ik The program was formally opened
with a telegram to Mayor Dehrman
from Pres!dent Roosevelt, which was
rec'ved with unialversal ettbus!asm.


Fixed by Arbtrators c( Pdpvty' In
Gcorgla-.Comptrdt'er's Atcss-
meat Virtually Upheld.
The Atlantic CoasL Lino Railroad
company- mus. pay taxes on $2,010.-
C96 more than the amount at which
it returned Its total property in Geor-
gi.l for taxat:cn.
This was the conclusion reached
by the arbitrators at a meeUag In At-
ilnLa Thursday, when theft made their
report to the comptroller general.
Comptroller Gencral Wright is nat-
ura'ly very much elated over the re.
per, for 't sustains his asseasmeot
almost In totoa
The Atlantic Coast Line returned
Its physical property at $S.165,342 an I
Its franchises at $2,464,570, making a
tot.l of $1o0,t29,SI2. The companyy has
about 638 miles of railroad In Geo,-
iai .
Owing to its incroescd earnings atnd
th rt.-airiable financial show:n6
i r.'ark., ('cm; itroller General Wr!;ht ire.
Jtectd t i:.s return an.! assessed tho
to.:.d's pli :cal roj pI( :y at :$.'.9a, t12,
en l its frjnchis-cs at $.::; ,'100. makl
in, a t'a; of $1 2.fL7.'2. or an lit.
<:Ease of $2,027,590 over the compa-
.v s returns.
The Lear., of arbitra'!on made sev.
oral important chan34,s in these fl.
ures without materially affecting the
general result.
The arbitrators reduced the valus-
tion of the Cocst Line's physical prop.-
erty to $9,126.,038, which was about
$143,000 lets than the comptroller
general's assessment, but what is re-
garded as more important, it increas-
ed the valuation of the company's
franchives to $3.514 570, or nearly
$130,N00, mo.e than the assessment
made by Comptroller General
Wright. As the valuation of fran.
chises Is regarded Just now about
the mo~t important feature of corpo-
ration rot'lrt.u an I assessments, It a
lelloved this ar'ion of the arbitration
board w\ll have no small weight.
As will be seen from the for Slzur-.s the tIotal ialiiation of tI e At.
IlaniT:c 'o'as L, line's prn:;- rty in (; ):.
ita ha.I; e) a flxe.l byI i t I. oa-,l of
at h!ra*'ioo t $12,4',i,,;),, an i:i(cr :ias
of $1. 1 .0tA(; over the iturns, anil ( nly $l,11;4 l than th '
: :. ; a.n:ent made by ('o:np'roller en-
(.1al W ri 't,.',
'T1.1) a r1irat-ors wo n'0male this
award w,.re Itiilroit o d C 'K'soncr
Josephi M. n1:<, n, r'ir's 7Itin, g I
statr: I'. (;G o l)e ar r,'p)r. 'rt.ting the Atlantic ('o.at L in.'.
and Jinl(dIP Rc!:rhard Johnsce of oness
(out nty, it m-p.:r
Colo;::l (,ol.'year d.: :~sr>''dl fro;ni
lh"' awa;ilt lo'l.ng t at Ileh as'-s
ni,'nt of 19) wjs the nt::i'imumx n mvalua-
tion which should, 1,'L placed 4' on
1l-is property. Comn!mision1r Drown,
(n the other handi, hthli out for an
an as: s,-i ncIt even in e ncx( '- of th'j
'Tmoiint flx'd by the ron!! roller gen-
'ral ((c int. inr)h that the increa.so
shouldd be made( on account of tlr
(ompa any's .WOI-n s.atenmen l before ti'e
Ignited StItes court as to the value
of Its prop.rty. On this oc.s(c n,
Thirtl V\'.c, P'r, ,;- nt T. 1. 1 r E T
Sson r'a l, afldiav'ite that the (Coast
l.(ine's poi prrtv in) r',,rgia 'would eos:
to repila e: It $17.f, 0.75re, and that t.,i
inI not in'lude the vaJue of to frasa.
chlse. With thIs while disagreement
l+twe:a the two arbitrators, the mat- .
tfor was praticsally in the hands .1
the umpire Jidlge Joh'nson.
The asfenmrenrit made by the arli-
tratlion boiardl on the Coast Line' s
piope'rty amounts to a total&l of $1,.
923 P)-r mflii.
Judge .'ohnon, v<1o was umpl.t.
In this casr'. i| also the umpire in
the Sothern railway arldtratJon,
,hich will come up in the course of
a few days.

Lot ae Ilelugees ie (thetteaeog.
A special train from Talliulah and
Twake Providence. IA., bearing 177 d4-
i.orted refugees, passed tuoutgh Ohiy.

taStooga Wednoeday afternoon. They
were not allowed to leave .the car
b4t will stop at point's further N*
where there is no quraatiae.


Kew Orileas frlated Over Prospect- fewer
Cabes lftkwhere.
A New Orleans special of Friday
was ss fo'lows: T.)e number of new
easen crntlhues larger thau was to
hoped frr, but this had not had any
dispiri'!r:g effect on the people. The
Fame air )f happinesm and confidence
that the s(' ia wl!l eventually be
stamp4-d o't *xist. A
Country *e;orts were a little more
encouraging. there becng fewer cases
and few'er deaths reported than for
Rmec tOa.. {



A Deplorable State of Affairs In
Little Louisiana Town.


Triblations of the People of Leevill
Brought to Light--New Orleans
Report for Thursday.

.L New Orleans special says: Some
Idea of the deplorable condition that
prevailed at Leeville, LA., before re-
het doctors and nurses reached the
scene was given Thursday in an In-
terview with a men from that yel-
lov fever strick'-n town who had
been there throughout the epidemic.
The arrival was Manuel Encalade,
who said it was impossible to pi-
ture the full .horror of the situation
before help was forthcoming. Com-
municatiop was ci.t off with the city,
tl o fco 1 cupply ratn low. the medl-
(ines l:ept in the twn store wcre ex-
haustel, it was Imposslble to get cof-
lins for t,(l dead and many of those,
who escaped attack l)ack(d their be-
on glngs and fled to other points.
At first the lumber intended for a
new house was used to make boxea to
tnter the dead, but when this gave out
bodies were simply wrapped In
shrouds and buried.
Mr. Encalade brought a lHat of
titrty six who had died In the set-
tlement up to September 5 and saA.
It was not Improbable that numbers
of those who fled to isolated settle-
ments along the coast had also suc-
Mr. Encalade said that since the
phys'clans and nurses had arrived,
the situation had s:eadlly Improved
an, th:it the end (f the epid hmlnic was
probably near at hand because there
%was little more material uipcii whitti
It could fcJd.
D)r. Brady returndI to New Orieans
Thursday night from a tour of in-
s'.':'cti'on of the tHarr,taria country
it l l.e villl". t{e rel'oi'rts that co)n.
ditio)ns at l.it 'hvl'o lire pitiable, that
,of :,ven hih'ab s born tire r( iiie th ft'v r ibrol.' ou'. a!! hive' died, (,l t),r
of yel:,)w f\,er or of lack of inutri
rleInt, ktwamIw t ,'.r otherss e loul not
to 1,', daz ,I. aind tlhertir Is dall'rr of
an o)it:eI(.li of s-Irvy lee ii'- of
i:Kk of nt es'try food. A (eirload
of foo, was,;s i: on by N i rr(] haillns. T''he ft ver has pr.a( lc;tical)
I. e( eradli(,e I from the lower Har-
ritari; countryy. thoiit:h thi're is con-
silli- .i It-l in i('i tippi r (i,s: ri( t.
Then'r was nio:lhing new In the sit-
tiation at New ()rleans b ,yo(lid tlh.o
increas-'s in ni:'nl'*'r of now tasecs tnd
deaths. Th(< re weie really Heve'n yel
low fever di a' "is, i):t one of them '
,oes not npp);c'ar on the recoil. It
i te' ,as(. <.f ;an I allarn wlio, In tl:e
dellrlim o(f his, fever r, so( lre d a re-
volver and illW Iv his brains out.
TheI offi<'al report T'i' : l:.yv was
aq follo s: Ncw e'a. : 4'*., I,'.; to
d'ito 2.4 ';.,', ::r! s ,; to; l : .,."'". r,'v
fo l ].,. can- ;rit!i r tre a tac iut 311;,
dlls '';iriei 1. 7.
In the ;ei,:itry, thie ni' i:t!crtin at
Tallulah Is lintrriovlng iuich'r the"
mrnanagement of Drs. ('assalgnae and
Von Esdorf.
Othe'- (o:ntry reports were:'
Patterson 2<,* cae s. ,2 li.ath.; K ,n.
twr. 8 .-ases. 2 chdeath: ; St. onse,. 2
,'pes, Ilj'ralarlii 2 :..,-s; ('larke '
Chenlere 1 cl.ath; !lariy. 2 cases;
Ilerwick I death lHounia 3 care ;
Tamllulnh 2r' (.:is, 5. no deaths.
Mississilppl--(;ulfport 1 Cras' In Sit)-
urbs; MiRsi !'rc;,l City, I ca-se; VI kn.
lirg two case's,.
The maria' hospital service re.
forrs that there have ter('n 1)ir, egtr
Ill told In thel Gulfport territory, of
of which only 13 are now under treat.
Four Cases at Pensacola.

Two deaths and four new cases, is
the report officially announced Thurs-
day night at board of health head.
quarters In Pensacola.


Cable li.e to kinaa and Japann Planned by
Mlckel's Conmpanv.
Through American enterprise the
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tele'graphle lites with t. io expires of
China and Ja;sn' \
Clarence If. Mackey. president of
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ny. at New Y(rk, Thursday. made the
announcement that his company hasd
secured the Bne'?*ary (onicesilon to
enter Yokohama, Japan, and Shang- I
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JO4N G. COL.UNN, Prpereter.

iMlehed Eery FRIDAY Meorning.

At any rate, tho haughty altomobtle
lnds more than its match when It tries
"butt" a railroad train off the
ack, the Paria (Ill.) l:ac'o decl 'rea.

The New York woman who had her
-.busband arrestedd for taking dynamite
-o bed with him probably feels that
she Is perfectly able to do all that Is
Peceasary In the tal,)wlirg-up line, re-
p lrks the Wauhiington Post.

The Architectural lteir-ord recently
called attention to til.. fact that the
rioe In thel prihc of :,tielI, brick and
Portlard nceeint wir hivinig the ef-
fect of iuakinag tlre.;:riof houties5 a
cheap as or ch,.i e'.r than frains.

Oxford mefn we're course athletes In
the old uncilvlllzed days. But all that
Is changed. A few men who are not
In the right set still swot at gaimem,
but the rest, the great majority of
men, care far more for the pattern of
8 walstcoat than the capturing of a
century. Education himas mad great
strides sinco my sncholldays, concludes
a writer In the London World.

In an address by Mr. Willian.
Hughes, Insurance Actuary says: "The
old proverb which says that a creak-
nlg door hangs long on its hinges, re-
celves abuntliint Illustration in the nu-
merout1 cases of confirmed Invalids
who live to old xe, andl the number
of persons now living who have been
rejected or heavily rated up many
years ago by sumarnnro companies may
I no doubt be rotkonod by the tLhauo
Islands, "

Within thrme years, at most, practl
{aily worthhlm' land, so heavily
charged with injuirlous nalts @s to be
unfit for any form of agriculture, may
be reclnimeod to grow any ordinary
field crop, relate the BScientific Amerl-
can. Ti'lhn method tof doing tilin Is ailm-
' pie; and the expnuoe invilvidved In such
that tih, work rinay i In "riny Irntalnce'e
he (rcor nilins Ily ndl'Itat ,'n hy In-
dividulal, eor r;ite, ior Sttate initiativl .
Thn tolral xpo ir-' of rea l.airi lamoi,. tak-
rigK ev"rytliliin 11 nto <',n1a1i'l .llou i ,: 14-
b lt n ta .:tll fi r.i 11tin f hit ethla i'ia n I

O )il 1' 1ia n 11 at i 1,. If \ :i i, h ,!'i'i
flii 'm l it 'ipproi el r f r ; I .!i I I I ie' ;i. l'
ito i4w rn. If :.ht i' , il f l I !int thi
S w at'r t wI n' .u Iia,. a l ,.i it i 'l ,. i 'l' w e
rvoal t 1roih, n *I, n.it ni t" a 'll i; I auit.

Til f-P it, 4 r aa;i ,, l', I I 111li ii1 1 ilt it
,vn b l 't I r i 1i .l'wn i lthu i Ia ,w liin-
lad)i Ikf. \W o ii .' ;- i ..1 i:1 It I
Itn o I ia i 'r ,li 11 1 1i.''i t I -' it ,i n.i' It
thim wat r All nim il I ti ia I 'Ibiy
p l :4| te r 1. u I c 11 1i I: .; 1' r'
on thliie m orninP., nl\\ Iria. 'I I i. l lc l
bliathli fln It ic'ne a-1 .nt'ry to a i- up a
day or twa i1 w~,, to I : ilin.c. lilh a er.
S tallm y Iln alt to tht l ,'od. .

T'he spirit which ihas ptIriot l l'i';iry
to splnnud year of his Ilf In Pthie loily
wilds of the d'lca 1ii t- 'ir Norath., andl
a fourth tinm to veniture o)r the' fur-
thest attLtnl1i1in t lillult. 'i 11 w i flle o a
different degKre, rvipillnig .irmater
resolution amll far u lmore xt itsl ve N hac-
S rifcers. In smimllar Ito that '.I0hlt hsi
actuated Hir 'itoat I.ltpal, it In his pIr-
ali tent strniu l l' foir thoe Aitl ,f-rit'm itiI:
that in t iinay. It 1 hc' '4 t rtl lula n ll,'-"
Hplrit, In tie l ll i!, lam a i.1ilhi' dl .-
velopm ent. ('n;:n a aill a ,'r ;', :i) Ii a
"'amen" Aim e-i'l,- nil their iirh. aviowli
S thie luffalo C(ouIr..ir M 1a -' cn' I' back
safely, t d with th,' rS 'i.- lhint lui Inllt.
table p clith -Itd

It mosee i thIint omir Iiu init: ii ttitHitln i
ar- alwiay In h eII i! of Ixixit le ik-.
keepers, nay) th" (ms ,aimierI'. c :vary
time we' hear o)f mo:.n ii, ilt- 'nt |aink-
er or fillan'iclr living sOl til t he. pe, 'ni-
tent li.ry for dillhitmi' I'y we lihea a to0
a few days later that the prisoner hats
been put to work as a boukkepa>r In
the warden'sr omrie. It alwa v's hItappens
that the new book apcr is a mainan who
plunledU to the cent of milllomio and
lived like a prln'- while hoi was hmitsy
getting away % Ith other people's
money. One In .**omll)led to wtonler
why it saemnt ne'-ui:ary to havo so
mnany bun'kk ,er eat a ptul ientliary.
and why it ins hat the abovu dtecribed
class of prismo.-r; ual3ays furnalhes tb'
necessary imv-"

WV. would he fre from eity weys,
Vrom strain, from tumult, ad ron to t;
ronn) C*CA of faces, susala day.
Yrom all that wakes thI great nn'urt.
Then within a nw.y wakened seat
% e'i Perk b,y foreWr, hill and s!*,
WVitli ,iee Iasre in our breut-
Sihow us thie yet untroddes trail!
W hen, as a bnrd. one fondly prays
ir rovw theme, he tremhbles let
o..%w rhye.,v. new rhythm., nnd new lays
BJe yet o'd1 highways at their beat.
Yor liiirk ,a flower, that hrat neat.
'l*ie sprint fllih oil the heek grown pale,
Are but o:,'l totie,. oft ezpresscd-
Fliow us tie yet untrodden trail!
'',-;, ,ii thi" wa- t win new bars,
t ith tr:,ia, fih" i laiure.: mndke uii bleat-
I ii. ,not by ilint of hold diIpJnyo
lr hte. w,,rI'm iney keenly guvaueed;
iit., mti.,ii the young night ldims the
Ald Kgriin iespA;nir wnits on the ta'e.
'ihln.,. wvhn our hearts grow sure dc-
Fhow us tlie yet urntrGdden trail!
P'riirv'e. thlj'ich it lip a pRPfeleAia qluet.
'I h rh ;t th ii' end e needi(l must faiJ,
Y.-t .h,, ste eik and Ier|'im it rret-
h w< 1 I.. t vi ,t iiritrriildien trail!
--.Jan O)In Tryon, Ill tlUe New York
'1 1N:. i,.

FI i IIiN5 A .


Ty Ernest McGnffoy.

Tuirklo I ttoiii u1111til It
riielled Jollin's wist us lie
iroie through It (oi tlie
lbuckskin l|mly. O)1 the
slope. It wina thick t nd
tall, and In tie hollow between the'
hills It wia1 erip and high. As fillr
as thi(' ee ecohl renchl from itlie lhoine
frmit It stretched avway', a brown ston,
and over it the broud-wII;mgid laiiniks
Uj'c'le Tom looked nt It npprihelin-
"We'd better run a fewi furrows
round the fences to-minorrow," hli sidl.
"F*ct, I ought to halve It don e before."
Tho fences were fire oaeM, without
barbs, nd stretched (in a lile (of
posts set firmly In thie oIll. T'he en t-
e*t form was llardonwy's. naid thet
road Ili front of the ,fn"iit. toig-ther
with in tfl.li whiero "1es" liuirdihwamy
l1id pit IJ a 'I'celr of "o i(-cirn." (r
eorn put In o ii 1 ft''et "l irenkilg'" of
thie pli-h lrl'. effttuinlly lprotecte'd
've'lrythlilg to the ciat. To thlite sPo th
h,' i;r,'; )n wv s hillgh. hlt litie onlyI
1i]L 11,4 i ti I1'v .o l, ) th11 t h Itl'ectioll
,11 I,| irm' (',l~itrl elm l Ii tl 1int ,,i iit, uii
It i oaii il ta liuiir 11 HI felico-p.'I ) t<.
'Tol Ili \'.t t n1idi north thl, 'lTr:l. ii
la ittoins l;e:. u cit l fruli r flu' artli, 1:i1
t.' 'll,.'1, t 111,mir 1 f' aa tlIH ir tei'- st 11 ll

hi. 'I I< ,-1l ail,,i',f i11iliai i i stuillV al it411
) :1 i |tic' ai arltil f'lia , .,il" I l' thi
I- v . 1 o1 a I I I .\- ;aun t a l I 1 -1,
-:l I I il l i r 114 1 ) IitI, 1 14i -4

A i I 'l" h \,Iy fr'i i Si i 1l' tr'l' ai l

- HS I-ia mll 'i a 'l II li'>lli {ll I~ til i l c-I a
"11 l'| t, -' I , ll a : a it ll 'all i itl lI. hal '
1\'% .' 1 I 1 4 111 ,1 1 1,' 1 ,,el i, ;r 11* I' 1
it ia i. ii .h ; -h I n I' l v i at u '

I'. I I, , -:I i l : 11I a i ;aI
u i. I ',' I tlh \t c, 1 f )11 ,

II rI I I!

< l : i 'I iHi *' I 1-h 1 a 1 IaI.t 11.I I- I-ii f il l 1i )i ) .
10\ 1 If I 1 '. I'll{1 4 1 ',4 11 g \f t'%[4 1 1111i
Mi'?r t a-\ la llig \aith t lHie u i11sa

dr-'4l n il* | t tlie th1i, nih l irote'-te sl
I.y o t thi. k u'i\l (i f m it liai g wim1nl t-
frio',''. %Vias t 's ,iinpnrntlv,-ly atfe. Iult
I'n lel' I' i h 11n I in n .li illnit nl).
hll, ,\ ci I'llT Jui et get ,oinl, fur'rowo'
iftong thl i o rtli f ane, n Iyws.." tie
nh1t. 'To think with ln iiiu I to act.
lie tMat e.14hn .wit the ta'esrt li hlit'hle
111 t(lhe lahwivp out of til't siw- Ihel.
siel icem tliur they *alll' foa rthi toe tile
11'i trle'. T 'y rcut onI 1iI ti ed'p (iaf
the itn'e, thrwlnK th fu rrwv ouit Ito

the Horth, i
f<-,t mr <',
iaolni- lir i
aoltr. nno,
t;,r t11 ,i I.

loa r."niia

itd thi IIftlet the pI lw n
'ii'l ,nfhtl"d, n otliih'r grelovt ,
ieta ti- Icr t. nrt tIln n -411
,,'fur, lo,:1t tlhey h.'ld <| ite
lrrt li turtwil enrth I ,titl, en
lih s stalri t'it c-ithn i'r(c' toi
O wl h, ,,1 vI thc.' t' 1 i.'4i'qiI tIm
'l'ilmU 1'n 4.h Tomi llft-al 1thei
Itf fiurowi nnt l't the te'ls i

It k, It ,.i1; i v idetli;, l.Ick to thc*

Ti'* l \ipnai. IhI "a 1 i'i y a5 ;d h hi ei
h nl,il it1i1. l lvt il,;y, shltft, lteI l iu n c liour to
tlI n.i thIl ,i, .I m ter suipper Johin. who
hilal \\;in11 ,'i r il dam it t t io li, ltnh le.',
plw I 1kl,: t.-im rin the river. i n reil
silot'llw h l:ii. .li.; low oii thle hliirioll.
lie dia not |aiu mti finstanit, aut rneedc
to tl*.* Iaimt, ntd throw ing til'e dcor
a iep'n -a f l y.,: c. slnuite14 l ito 1 lt4 tlicle.
I "Prl.: Irii nUr'e. I'l 'le Toim':"
I lls uia-i 1'. d:tsiilni down-i the coull ty
rnpvefr illlved himn wiftly townrd tlhe
*tn1h1.i .11l t11 e tl h f t tithlig they dii
Wi iN to 1.:I t tle stock out amul run it to
th sie tuilIt I !te off lthe willlnut grove.
T'li'v ie,\t .. io uit all tihe lighter
ple' i'' f ,tt (li' ,f it iti'llc llnerl' anlld put
thlriin Inii 1ui ,iip ian sIi':'pi round th li puip
tat thl- lin, i.-n. Thie fire nt thils titmei
w a nait i a, ,n1tly eo1iiiiu lels l-r'iy nlim111g,
lu I 'l h 'I'T..n ku11evw w all i'llotlal thllat
thulr, is nthinig of the Incgi:ntd nliout
n I'lrini l' tiH n lie llelitly cI-'o tiltlit -
ianid ilal.ti';f ou havltia put the fur-

Sews down where ther was me
Imminent. but ooIeh axlziously to the
west, where there was an- opening
through wlbch the famens mglbt come
perilously sear the straw-shed. He
wondered to himself at haring over-
looked that corner.
Now the wind was freshening to a
Cogale, and the fire. with a mighty ro0r,
was coin;ug with leaps and liouils.
It was a wonderful sight. Ahead of
it the white-hot ashes were project-
e'd In sheets, soft gray wraiths that
fell one the dry grass as the agile
tfnme sprniig over, caught up the dead
st:ilks in a wild upllftlig of scarlet.
Sil t lhen bounded on again, whilrilii
up the b !zing grass In Its flight.
Wlxiia tlhe grass was highest and
tliil;,c there were hollow reports.
;ix of iuffled arilllery. and In front an
steady and swift advance of gleamrulli
iinl fn:asutic lire furies.
It fiselalmited John na he wantceled it.
.'wi'le Tomi hnd fought ininy n tire,
nid v'ith a broad paddle lit hilmi hndis.
he wiated untll the cohorts of lisnme
hind refic(ed the edge of the .inrin at
;hae ~ cpt before he deeh finl tde iuton.
"Wlit'H veerDing awity to teip Wvest.
Johi:"' lir cried. "The Iir n'll come up
slow to thoee furrows In front of the
ml.d. We've. got our light at this little
corui',r toi thli went here." There was
iw:no g'raa along the fence, aliul If the
fire cuine up with a rush along the
strip pointed out by iinecle To:n, there
w" II nlaglht lick itn far enough to carry fire
to the straw. Once that caliught, there
was noi hope for the inellainery, and
)prolnily none for the stable and the
rest of the outbulldlngis.
Together thie maian and boy rnn along
ith' feice, intending to inept the blaza
no It 'itne up fronm the wem t and beat
It dowvn aus Inuch as possible, no that
tine nivnii- 'e of the fire toward the
felite-li e and the coineir :Inug line of
griis toward the straw-i aid would be
"'ev're going to get ringed a little,
Pion," snid his uncle, grimly.
.1 t ii sal1. "All right, I'ncle Tom."
but I( hlilver'd :t trifle n Pn uw the
hliigry fir t' cOUl, roariiig dowit fthe
'I[,. 'T.he furrows stretcheil ount fnr
eiluIgh to their wiest so thint the light
wni 1it a space hardly tifteenu feet
It sie'med as Ift he fury of the fire
lind wentr.(n'd for lack of material as
It swept u1) this lane. ndl .John. within
his mtouthi hut, nas Iils unle had nall-
tihlifd, found that fighting a prinrle
fire waHs not so terrible a thilg., after
nill. At least It seemed so ut the first
rfw stroke. of the imlidle. IIut. thle
sparks flowed ahead f limi :Ind left
lilui witlih s(Frch'lel ootsI while the
tlin i .' crpi), up the Mliii' of fsin like a
ll, thlilln ., nd tile two spr:ir il iiftvr
it nital ir it It down l s y u \vutild a
'rra l ig .'rp'iilt.
It v.1%:i an l ovte',r in firft,-,n or tw.rnty
molini at-,,. T'1 .' fir,, to the north, ins1-
i, ail liy lith ii 1 l, i, mil rnii t ,iw' fur-
li' \, lli l a t11111i11 1 i 'I d 11111 i I l N\nl i l t t
-;1 .s fi 1 ;Aei il' lV 1 !i ( lir l ,)' ti fli r-
I \\ a ll l Kt *: l!'l^ or1 ill t:6 l
li'fpb li k rit, a l, 5 m l t a, j m,' it.il
' llI -, ,' i rkS .'I 1 111 t il;.uil' l al ; 'lt
1., ']I; i < i. v li'ri ii in ti ''Icc ln', l uI r,'.-. t
, ;i i. r<,',;1., lu 'l il l \\ .l tl 'l t li, { 'I ',1 q
I lii alia I I 1 u1 h tmi t1 he -g

shll'd. lto t t il i-'l Iaartil lwiS p1 1: t.
*,11' diae l. ml li, I n"y 'l s i t i, clo's
\. t', i, 11 ti114 It ':li .. 'i' ull ti l r lh ir
"~.a~i at tIel li- a 1- iaicn l 1 c ac L l ia

fl lir s' Iit u;all"i l. l ii fru : lt t!. 'l';r-
.i,, 1 I, :,, .
"'\pMt fr1Cs nil go,,K," als l3l T'Tl o'0
'1' 11i. ".M y f a.ltI, ,ala li. I iai '.'hlit to
111 i pll w' l 11 tlirl \V n 'wk; t'o. 111.1 -
lii tha rrinonims ,ui ln't hinvt kept la'r
I 'a';. tlioutih." I,' :iileI, "andl I was
:; 'r';ll tn !'**t It 'r.,,1 lyself."
'l'oirl theII Turkl'n o thlie sklras wmre
,'rllim ,ei. Fr intll the w'est. lchl rginig t p
ti' slopes agnlains thie llune of wire
fa'ii'-,' were ,trets of fire that flttitg
th, fire' them whit lisheni hanuters,' nnd
reaircd their defiance nas they cnilt'e.
'J'ogther they wlaited until the last
vestige of dalnger was gone. Then
they went slowly hnc'i to the house.
An .Toin t(owik off his boots the aoiM
fell on the fluo Jile felt a suddt n
s tlll.
"(lI', T'iehle T"mn." lie anld. ".'T f'tel
'tre llisterer "- '- Youi'li'* ('oit;an.:,h.i.

lninthl fClilr-en's Cheer-.
Tihe gaiy't.V oif dl',tf and alirnl '1 chil.
1esitn thallsl exp i'pc'o iin, not in lint d ,.i;. -
Iing n loi, but In nolsy chlirsr. Thl i

young ianuntes of the litynl Dl)nf mnnm
liun1h Instititle at lDerby heli a enrn:i>,-
uit), lie oc.wio'i be'l;:g the forml:ai ,-::.-
Ing of n new recr~tlion g: *:il. 'I lc'y
had rance' and other sports. nd tI he
:114 i111nin.1t n noIirv iMS th)it of 'htill-
lront favored withl full vocAl pow i rS. i
TI' inew systretn )f educatlun of ttI
ditim11 ennili'e thinen to make it eillp|
tble souldx.-W\stelinthcy Hndht.
Infmolar luealh orf a* alter.
.iohtn I.tcns. 1it allor on L. II. Ti I.
liiglhnst's ste'nit yucht Aldn, wl.lch l
lylikK off til Iiiiode Iland Yac'lt Cli('ll
house at Pawtucket, picked up an sinll
lranm cannon to-day Ind carried IIt
nlitig the dock. The Iln)ar'l .naughti
toil the i'nslng. the cannon tilwent i;
and Lura s Wme shot overboard. A
hunt wns lowered nd he wna pielrt I
up. but it wIa f ; ni, thie i c ni n ini tori1n I oIn In
'.* rgl:it shld tl.> :. ddim \ p-or)tcw t- I
Iui 1 i :c'u-i. II, lired only a f t
muSnities.-'roideace 'T'elegram.


GAVE UP $48,000

To Aid In Defeat of Dem acrs n
Natio0 Election.


Check Was G:ven Trfusaer of Repub-
1:can Campaig3 Fund--Sam: Was
Done ia Bryan Cmpaigns.

George W. Perkins, member of the
firm of J. P. Morgan & Co., a1i
first vice president of the New York
Life Insurance company, was thestar
witness at Friday' a sesioa in New
York of !.he ;special legislative com-
nittee probing life insurance corn-
panies' methods and his testimony
was replete with revetatons in the
development of finance es applied by
insura.Ice (ompinies.
The climax came when Mr. Per-
kins was aske.l concerning an entry
of $40,702 In a ledger marked "Or.
dered ppid by the president." Mr.
Randolph, treasurer of the New York
Life, who had been on the sand ear-
lier in the day, had been sharp!y
questioned as to the purport of this
entry, but he was unable to explain
it. iHe thought no one except the
president could. Mr. Perkins had been
called to testify as to some other
transactions and, afer a reccas, he
waA asked to produce the check., it
was made out payable to J. P. Mor-
ran & Co. and Mr. Perkins frankly
stated It was a contribution to the
xlational republican campaign conven-
tion and had been paid to Cornellus
Eliss. Mr. Perkins said:
"'Thi payment was made after
very careful deliberation. It must
not be considered an ordinary con-
iribution to the campaign fund. It
was paid because we felt that the
a&setls of the New York Life Insur.
ance company would be jeopardized
by a democrat."
Mr. Perkins said contributions were
also made in 1900 and In 1896. As
an EIlustration, witne-, said the first
contributlwon was made in 189( by
l'reshlcer.t McCall, who 1:4 a demo-
crat. "lIt' ontrilhutcfl to the. Mc(Kln-
., Kinly le.'a;ni;e lhe ft 1 It was in the
lin:-'rtrs (of lh pl il(a y hollers."
T'Ihil Imrnt) c(onvi,'rsap l; )i tiiiio t i ie reioin which
ha1 I iI on0It' pnclk'l 'wit!h spectators.
-'t irl!'frl ,-r'll \S.is a ; r niinini. and
Iv ry oa r.. ho ii fia,' ;aardl to ("Itlch tlhe
tIi ..<:,..y. T'I% w;N liarilly i (c'( ssary
I en an. n r. I','r-ins !poal(i dliF;:i 'tlyh y
i! j u \,a r.>- !;,;I ,il v,'lc lHe pac 'll
he-. iii:Ill |,.a tf rm 1i]aiu n which the
vwitr--.- a' air is ,'ia, c'l,, just before
I i a c(f[in:llii't s r 'ruin, mi l acornr.
p utma t i i. i '.t i, .at) ,'il wilh i -irnir st
e ur.is n '::; ,,ia;--, s .I:,.g .;ag oni n i
1i, ll I t t h'l" ( "* .I .t :.
'r:. the h o c.'k Irvirlry filr-
. r, M' r. II .i;hi, lb)r(o,;;ght out that
!is xpia ;!it !;re- was niver lirought
to the atte'ntii ( of the finance co m-t
m ille, ,,tr'ning i a "piuriy. execut) ,
a, t{ion." I; wa'.s charged tai.il1n-t cash
'n the iaiI. s oif the iHanovter bank
,iT1I',' or fli;an:n ial d,;.partnii ;nt. Theo
\\itae ss .lld not' know agaInst what
aIc(l.oiunt the other contrihutions were
imadel, but ae, would furnish data.
"What other contributions to po-
litla'I caimpalan funds have been
madle by til.e New York Litfe?"
"None to my knowledge."
Mr. Hli explain how oin the hooks In the
ty1uic.ate action by which $~10.O00O
in lxia(s \a po;l 01 on Iecember 31,
;"ail. 1and luuio aht back January 2.
I'.2, the:'o was ,hown on the debt
Bale. of th,. account $li;ai.'I o and on
th, i ri It sliu $Ih 0- ,. and M1r. Per-
k ,is r*,-';eil
I a.mi ,1c1 t'it you brought that
tna t'r up. In that transaction we
el.u I for $10('(i,000 of tbonds and

anly gst $4,0ht 0,('i. e's made up our
- ,Iruls to m,'l the $80( ,00P. f th': sttum
nntl our books, therefore, only showed


teMnoe Auditor Ousted from OTffce bq
Order of 6everwer heiley.
Alle-ging that Darld K. Sherrick,
an14'tor of tte state of Indian&. Is
gullty "of a plain and Inearusablk
vioilailo of the law and a grosT b he.
tnayaJ of T blic trust." in that he
n %rtedj flunds belonglng to the tatr"
In private affairs to the extent of
about 1145.000, Governor Hanlry has
Ismired an extwutive order In which he
takes teocnmMe. of a vacar.cy in the
office and has appointed Warren 111i.
ler of Walash as herricks success

7- _1
-o y ou hiak I Play the ool mo
(ban I 4did st mesth ago, Oh" sa
the huibea4 "ow do you St a
It oet?"
"I think It anst be doe to the fact
that th days are ongeor now," an-
swered the better half of the combine.
-Columbus Dispatch.

"Look here!" remarked the thrifty
man to his extravagant wife, you'ree
carrying too much sail. my lady."
"I don't know why you should
bother about that." she retorted.
"No?" said he. "I think I should,
since I have to raise the wind."-
Cathclic Standard and Times.

How a Chikaro Woman YroUd INol
WkeV Hope We Iat radllal Away.
1r,. K& T. Gould. U14 W. Lake iat.
Chcigo., Ill.. Mays: -DoUa's Kiduey
I'lls are all that saved me from death
of lBrigbt's ill-
ease, I aum sure.
I bad eye trouble,
b t backaches. cnatte
when lying abed
l /or when bendling
over. was languid
and often dizzy
and buad sick
4 headacbes and
S)pains. The kid-
Sne y secretioun
were too coplous and frequent, aud
very bad In appearance. It was in
IUO3 thnt )oau's Kidney Pills helped
tue so quickly and cured me of these
troubles, and 've been well ever
Foster-Mitlburn Co.. Buffalo. N. T.
For sale oy all druggists. 'rice, OW
eouts per box.

How to Know Bugs.
At the wsventeenth annual meeting
of the Assoclation of Economic On-
tomologlist, held recently In Phila-
delphia, the society recommended the
general adoption of a uniform nomen-
clature tor certain insects, these
names belag the ones Internationally
current among scintle4s. These In-
serts, among sclentlst%. Theret 1m
forth be knowri as follows:
American cockroach. Periplasnfet
americana L: bedhug. Klinophillo
lectularia L; boll-weevil. Anthrono-
mui grandrsf Boh: c rpet moth. TrI.
rephaga tapetzella L; gypsy-moth.
PorthetrWs dlpar L; house-fly. Mu s-
ca domestic T,; San .ToJn seale. As-
pidilotus perniclosus Comst; illk-
wormn,. Bomnyx morl L: tomato-worm,
Phle ethontlu.s exta Joh.
With theso names In mind. It Is
claimed f.int any htg on the sclpen-
tists' lists may be readlly recognized
-Harper's Weekly.

Judge Forsalth's Little Joke.
A pickprocket was before .Jutge For-
saltri In the Tunicipal court the other
delay, chargeAd with larcony from the
person The juda1 loaned over to the
or)ffir In charge o f the cnse and said:
"1 guess I'll fine him $ "
"ilut hn has only $15, your honor,"
replied the nofcerr.
"Woll tha'n, tI rn him loose In the
crowd annl he'll soon got the $10."
Mild the Judge In such a mattor-of-fact
way that n' fi-l, the officer was ta kn
,n.-BDot, n ,a ald.

Work* With IHlmnseif Vlnt.
It ts a mistake to anssume that phy-
istflaris are always skepti ni ns to the
curatlv,' prnprtle of anytUinhg else
than drugs.
I'Klord, the best doctor aire those
who mpok to heanl with as little use of
(drugs as pOnssibl)le, and bIy thie use of
correct food and drink. A physician
writes from Calif. to.tell how he made
a well mainn of himself with nature'e
"lfctre I innre front Europe, where
I wins horn.." lI. sayi, "It wi'i'mty cum-
tinii to ttie co')ffe witlih inllk (.ife no
hilt) with my Inornilng nixal. a small
e ci, Itoip 1oii|r) after 1my t ,) or three nddilti.in l .1i1;ol cips at
liny <'1111 dut'inlg the evpnrtIng.
"In tlint nervous< syViiiptoins devel-
opel. with pnlns In the cii rdlie region,
and nee'intupnhnip d -y greant depression

of -plrlts. despondie.c-l-in brief, 'tbe
blitel:' I nt first tried n edleine. but
gpt ino relief. aMid at Inst realized that
nill any troubles were enused by coffee.
I tlhrtiipon quit its tumw forthwith, sub-
stituting Englislh IBreakfant Tea.
"The ten seemed to help me at first.
but In time the old distresslg symip-
tomn returned. and I quit it nlso. and
tried to use milk for my table bervr-
age. This I was compelled, howe-er.
to ahandmois peedily, for whl:e It re-
lieved the nervoune- s omewbhat It
brought on constlpatl.n. Then by a
hnppy Inspiration I was led to try the
P'ostum Food coffee. This was some
inouthan ag, andl still ise It. I am Dno
longer nervous, nor do i s,'ffer from
the pains nbont the heart, wbile my
'blues,'i hnve left me and life is bright
to nip one" more. I know that leaving
off coffee and using Postum healed lme,
anud I mtae it a role to advise my pa-
t.ents tounse tt." Name given by PLe
turn Co.. Battle Oreek. Mich.
Tbere's a reseen. -

C~l^~ --2 -y-: ~


Florida State News.

4#4444-444 T4444449^4

C a r. O.cLrsa cn t0e Watch.
Thei Ut9t Lord of cecal h of Geor
:ga Las sealt two special rtpresc..LA-
.tives o Ja:ksoav.lle for t-e pjr.,cus.
.of watch n,4 travel Irom tha. lo.n:
in the Interest of rrotcting t'Le stas.e
f OeorIj.A.
S'.wo gent.omen are Er. H. H.
Wunr,'7:ries L.nd J. P. Parrimore or
Atlarti. ;ho Lave s'altl.shed he ',<
quarterss L tOe Alexandria hotel, tear
the un!on (:cot, a bre they can watch
travel. Er. Eumphries exJalneod the r
coming to a representative of t". j
Timsa-Unlon as follovrs:
"We have been sent to Jacksonvilce
for t"Lo purpose of watchirg travel.
Of course wa do not regard this as
an Infected point and Einco our cr.
rival we have found that the rigid
s an well estab'Isted quarantine that
the state board of .health of Florida
bhas establlihej will make our worK
iextrmely light. All we are here for
Is to see that no one from any in-
fected po:nt leaves here for any pointt
In the state of Georgia. We have
not established quarantir.3 stations on
the border at any place but the state
toward of health will doubtless do so
in the near future. No one from thhi
city or any point in the state of
Florhia which is not infected will be
Informed against and the ody Infect-
ed places In the state, as the state
board of health looks at it, are 'V-
cambla and Santa Rosa counties. Our
mtislon here is purely to protect the
state of Georgia and when we learn
that any passenger has reached Jack.
sonville from an infected point and
Is endeavoring to reach Georgia, we
are to notify the authorIties.
"The state laws of Georgia make
It a mIsdemeanor for any person to
-evade the quarantine laws of the state
end those who come frogm Infected
-sections and endeavor to pdi's through
Georgia will be arestod 'by the pro.-
or authorities of the first county
through whioh they are passing."

Drainage Survey Completed.
According to a report furnished
the St. Licie Tribune, the prellu-.
wary survey in the gi at project to
drain the Ive rgladesa hIa bIeen coIm-
'pletoe-, an:l Surveyor J. 0. Fries will
preser.tL his' r port to the governor
* and othur menibers of t'.* state in-
ternal iniprovi'mienit fniid comn :.iiit.ion
ir. Frn . In (onipuii.y v. : .t: l,
Keen, VW MI. I'M ;ulith .,I.il" i l:(...
mson, Tom I i, v ind r:'iii l 'Swa ii. :*
a-lsistant a. ; ;.1 M i.i ln<' I Pa '.r-'i)n n
W ill (C.1 )'*i :- ; as tf ;:ii:, :.', li'f: iF'.rl
IPl'ire on .oiAu i:st I,1 1)o (('in::11 ii
this wWioik. L oi ;i ,, l tI i I i', t() \Viii '
('ity, where tlh'v CrT.-S ,e,' i :., St. '.ii
rip rivcr, and f( l(iv.'l (1 o'iowni t i.
fork in t y tit e ,l \V' Whit: er' er,
" which IN fo ir nim- s fr(ni Stuii.rt-(,:- i
4 t. i ul ci'. AA i '*r ;i,)- > ti l' rv''..'
wax ('(ornii 'nc d' ;i I ial\ t ',*,r; -
ry betw -rin thlie:, ;i. I Im::ke (;. '.':. .
W2-a. thioro;';';,Ly < \ rt d.
Twenty ti Al lays w. 're (Ionis;,mf the work, v. hi h Mr. F''ie:; irin rni'.!

ravin3 Machinery at Caine3v;lls.
'...e .a4i aL ; ttce: mach.kery or
uf:LJd by U.3 GalnLaville c.ty cc-.ncil
a lcw ctks t :o hia c-rrved, ana
wcr:: ipon the ; rinc.pil thoroughfares
of -he tLy w..l lejlin at once.
T-ie machinery la molori in every
way, auJ the LLS0 o it$ c';as itha,
qoulJ be iec-.r.d. It (cr.prses one
ten-ton steal i :cLer with harrower
and pulvtrlier cimblned, one No. 4
Chamjlon crusher, and one twenty-
tive hcrepo'er, e:oetric. motor, from
whilr~ the poAeer Is to be supplied.
'Tco people cf Gaincv'll;e are to r,
congratulatol ulon the fact that r.o
Leotte.- material !n the world for street
building purpo~ts can be found than
In Alachua county. Chairman W. D.
Taylor of the street committee has
1exhi'bltPd r asmp'e of flint as Piarnl 's
stce!, which (3me from the quarrihs
of 0. P. Cannon of htoky Poin'. Chair-
man Taylor hss contracted with Mr
Canron for the de'lver:e of from 2.00ot
to 5.( 000 tons. wh!ch means that atrept
building will ho ( e of the orders vc.
progress wlth the tity for some time
to come
The T'nltel Patcs government has
vorerolsly conscnteI, to send an ex.
pert fnr two mor: hs, for the pur-
p-se of p-op son In pract'ecl rtrcet and road build-
ing, which will mean a great deal to
the city and county.

Judge Rebukes Jury.
Mrs. Ruth Free:r.an, convicted In
Jacksonville of ag,-ravated assault in
,connt(tion with the tragedy which oc-
curred in tl'e offllce of Justice Farrir,
where she had gone in the interest of
securing justice from the betrayer of
her daugh:tr, Ms Miay Brown, wA:;
fined by Judge Shaylor only $1 and
costs, the lightest sentence ever as
s 'ssed against any one convicted of 51
like offence In the criminal court of
Duval county.
The light enteneP was In the na-
ture of a rebuke for the jury whtPnh
brought in the verdict, es well as
those who were Instrumental in .e-
cutr:n. the vi(rdict against the mother
'who foitgt for the character of her
daughter. The- senter:P imposed by
Judge Shayior me: with fhe mo.t uint-
v'rsal npprova.l of the people of Jack.
i onvll:e.

A l,. r finiru T'ni Tigelr to Fr-nk
Ji;:;' I i in i' rt Ia.nudo-irlt l t":l o uf
'lIe '.' of i c l 'S ( (l:;('
li o.! :n.iit.' in t et' \ i<: .
,.- .!',m I ; i ho liln'i; i, ,\(Is b sl l,.r knT h i
t!!il, t ,'- w ;" i;> Il '', a ;! ) ld D )< .
i, %%i i ', i l \ Ny, a m r' i k *,| l ..' ii t'i (*( ( lillc i-
i i 't i' i-i *,. luni ,. t .
"l'l;;c:. ; r", m;,l I; fi \ o nf th.r o) I
,., 'n.lii ; I l,\ i\ n;i,; ini ;'t E vr
(f t t ,-', ;;ili < T "l'i ':, arr (,:i vy a

i the' \ r.' nI '- \', i h rs 'r e' i
I' r '"i :; .i ] i i- t' l f ;B ', *-i;ir '
il .' i f Al 'y ila, (Oi i)Ola the
it at ( '. f ,aiid n art or.

the T rbhb.i c \,:. -- r-i, t iffliti!t. ps t ol I
entire ground (lovEred was under wa- At Tarpon Springs, G E. Paul, 1
tr, and ra'n fell I almino( every nay. v.el known contra t lake Ok- holehoe wax found to 1t' Io;r'.dii g house of utiHi l't iPent, ant
quito high, and the water level Is 21 ns his wife crnmi to in t hiimt at
feet above the water level in the St. te (dining room Paul shot her down
I.ncle river, although at ordinary con- with a double )barrei-1 shotgun mani
dltions the difference would be about then ran into the bak yard, sh(x 'lny
19 feet. Tue distance of the survey himself with the (comeltnts of the( oth(*
frmn WJnters creek on the St. Lucl--' arrel. Paul was instantly killed, butt
river to Lake Okechoboe Is 23 1-1 his wiTf, Ilved ten minutes. Paul hltl
miles, which, with 19 feet fall, al t-wen drinking h-avlly. It is said, for
lows almost a foot to the mile, which s'vfral weeks. N) sta'em;iats werp
would he most ample to succersfully made by either Ir y a to theo ause
draln the c.ntire Everzladr's. f.r the shcotin;g.
While this survey is only a prrllm- I
Inary one. imish Informat!on of gro
value has h^ri colp-tod, which wl 'i Nfver !n th pub l, school history
he ued for future surv ys, if docm "f iof utnam (oity ha .th(;rp o
e d nece.sn-.v. r.ni wll bp a derldln s-uch a diftlcult examination for th,,
ed nicessn'y. .ni will he a decdin < l
far-tor In ]( a.ng the canal tva(' .s i.s tle onv just held, in
w\hich'h tu'b 'vee w whitee and four colored

*Staten J(.,:;son wa8 arrested In
Pita Gordli (in suspicion of havlr::
wen imrll'ti'iel In the murder of
Theodore Scott, aged 1'2, -,ngilut(er of
the. mailboit Marina, r-:nning between
Plita Cordls and Fort Myers. When i
the boat arrived at the dock its only
aomapants were Johnson and another
arM, who re.ortel that Sco t fe;I
-overboard and was drowned nrar Capte
Hays light hen:se. The story was a<-
cepted until a search of the boat re-
-pealed blooei clothing believed tu.
bave been worn by Scott and the ar-
rest of both men followed.

Barlow's orange parking warehouse
at Orlando was totally destroyed hv
fire a few days ago. It was sltuated-
ol the' Feahoard Air Line rat:roal
w:rthweist of' town dnd was built new
last yar. How it caught Is unknown,
si It is n'? In vse at all at present,
tbut was full of empty cra'tge toxes ,n
atorage for the .-iming crop.

a[11| ican ;. L !. I ; :I j 0 U 17 ut I Or I1'
lozen w.lte examiners two failed to
( irs whi.: a'.o fell h.or, ,f ft.' reqt lirld por-.
(s ;;tage to seBfur, (ertflIca:ea.

A strong force has beon put to
work w:ralghtening and leveling the
grade of the Florlda Railway (ompa-
ry's line from Perry to Live Oek. 81:
perintendent Alatca say# everythlb.g
will be dOne' to make K o the pas-
senger trains can be run at high
Wpeed. Th(se trains are doing well
row. The .',t'.,ce is fifty-two miles.

The younx mn of Sanford to f.e
number of fift--, met recenr.tly to form
a military company. Everything was
d(ont' tat :s r'qulst'e except the >,;e-
tion of omcPrr. and Governor Browv.
ard wis no'ified of their actions. Their
purple 's to become organized and
unlforme I in tim.' to join the encamp- .
ment at Criando on Cc*oter 1,'i.




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Plea to Counteract OperationeolNeow Sire"
Car law le Isen" **e.
fR. H. Boyd, president of the Pea-
:y savings bank of Nashville, Tenn..
has purchased In New York four
large automobiles for use on a new
stre_'t automobile line for negroes in
Nashville. The vehicles are to be
tnied by the Union Transport conm-
Rev. C. N. Parrish of Loulsvillo,
Ky., a negro stockholder in the new
company, said:
"A law granting the conductors of
t.hbo street railways power of police
to remove passengers from any seat
In the cat and to arrest whoever
refuses, was passed several months
ago. It is worded to apply to both
the blacks and whites, but It Is re3;ay
dirre'ed only against the blacks, and
e'IKo It was passed several negro(s
liavo been arrested for r.fus!ng to
o( vy the conductors. As a result the
r(,r ilj's in far(a have fallen off $.il0
a w ,,k since( the law was passed.
'"I .i n'r,)n s immilediately organiz-
l a companyi y iof their own and eho
an l)y usiing, wagons. They fonln'!
1t'i:t Ihey wIn 'iid amoi9 thei to~p s', 'i ty vehicle which thl v
onild ui-' for the ptirlosqe. Th o n-
tvrpris-o he s prrswiered, 1ind 1( :tli lay
I %%'nt w t 4h lih oyd to I)irclihaiK o te ir,
large St(a.inl anito ohiles, whlicih w:
run li I .''ic, of the carH.
"'TI ul)1'. of the ornpainy is t,
h'!v,, tlhe in :r,.s of Namhvillp l iiun
ri;thts with tlv whites ns pass,',ii. :..
It Is not our purpose to xchliil, thi.
whitesP, ani a-s automolil.ls are s(ori-
thing of a noviJty in Nashville w,
expect that the whites will patroin!z,
our companyn"


Wvwsrd Show Girl Remarries Her Di-
vorced tlusband.
It wnA l.arnled In Ne-w York Fri-
day night that Nan 1'a 'trmon hlii'
l4'ni iiar.-led at helr fathers honi,-
iE Washington to IxLo (. Martiii,
her divorced h :Nbanl.
;None of the woman's fr.r-nds w-'r,
t;r fo(ir-ast(;d HoI0 Dmonthim a)' while '
Naii was t l langigiiluiti U la i t
toni.s. Ma.t.n was d(tvo tl to 1;, r
dur.ig the t.rmn of her inipristiiinrent,.
called at the prisoni often, and %w,s
the only man acepit h('r fiahelr ri1.i
lawyer who was allowed to 0 ,e .',.
lie 'ect h.'r foid regularly and ( ,r
thilnga of which at that ti,,u I1.)
v.ai mnuh in need.
After .er failure on the m"'iv :;'st
spring. Nan itturnid tio N'ew Yrk(
and kept qu!et for a time. Then bhe
was seen at the race track, and at'
a bound jurnm;'d0 oao more into th,)'
Her rw t appeirsm was In con-
nection w:th the rich Minnesota hlui
berman,. Ahhe, who complaJred (iof
shady trantactlocA In cards at in
uptown apartmeOt bouse. and ans
sert out of town by angry relatives.
one of whom was reported as follow.
l g Naa about wlUh a borsewbW

fire Whelme Toew in hlndl.
A large portion of the business seP-
tIon of Grangeville. Idaho, was de-
s'royed by fire Thuraday, causing a
los estimated at $250,000. Over for-
ty buildings were destroyed. The loss
e are largely covered by lanurance.

Louisville and Nashville Railroad.

(In Iffect April 10, 19CS.)
READ DOWN. RIver Junction and Pensacola. READ L'1


No.22 No. 2 Trains do not s:op at Stations N,. 3 No.21
Daily La.ly where no Time is shown. Dally Daily

10:20a b:10p Lv River Junction Ar 12:165p 7:?561
10:50a 5:21p Sneada 12:02p 6:5
11:22a 5:32p Gran, Ridge 11:52a 4:40a
11:45 5::3,p Cypress 11:46a :0sa
12:14a 6:00p Marianna 11:26a 6:00O
tl:3a C:18p Cottondale 11:07a 6:30a
1:04p 6:37p Chipley 10:47a 5:00a
1.27p 6:55p Bonifay 10:30a 4:33a
1:49p 7:12p Caryville 10:15a 4:08a
1:55p 7:17p Westville 10:lOa 4:00a
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon 9:57e 8:40.
2:Slp 7:44p Argyle 9:44a 3:l 8
2:45p 8:13p )S Funlak Springs 0:5a 8:0o
3:35p Deerland 8:56 2:00ft
4:00p 9:04p Crestview 8:8 1:Ua&
4:10p 9:12p Milligan 8:0 1:ft.0
4:83p Holts 8:Isa 12: S5a
5:SKp 10:05p Milton 7:89a 11:58a
5:32p Galt City T:86a 11:50P
5:43p Harp I1: 3p
5:48p 10:19p Mulat T:25a 11:34p
6:00p 10:269 Escambla :18a 11: 3p
6:04p Tniestra 11: IOp
6:09p ohemJ 7:18 11:1k
6l:SOp 10:50p Ar Pensacola LT 1:00% 10:8Sp

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Old Kemper Livery Stables.


68 TO 100 N. MONROB 1T.




&4 N. MONROIt a




Exposlon, Followecd by Fire ia Fac.
tory "Bdldio, Deals Death and
The explosion of a fuse followed
by a fire In & building of the CII-
max Fuse company at Avon, Conn.,
Friday afternoon, caused a panic
among twenty employees in the build-
lag and resulted in the death of
*even and Injuries that doubtless
will prove fatal to several others.
There was no way of coping with
the flames, which soon spread rapid-
ly, adl in less than an hour after
the explosion o(xeurred those who
were unable to (scape were In the
clutch of a fire that eventually burn.
ed their bo !ii.s to anbEs.
As the day woro on, the Krelt
crowd that collr't'ei In the hamlet
saw tlhe bodies tof men and women
roasting In the fir,' powerif'su to
even hOcr'k Ihbe flarne,-
The ,'a.t a tratim, of the, fatal are('.
deTit imay Iover ht, l.ratwn, but it 1i;
the nElif pts.it theory thit In ni
iffort. to ihiirn iilt i fioppiiag, Ii one'
of the m t 'irlln ii, iN \%'>l,,'lr ai sI. le 'il
an txilomion oif ,t fii' with I, h' hot.
Iron hi*;:l In lhi.4 li nl.
Th,;s'. waio wV the expl;F4!on r <'- ; M'i A1:ty I .'"at tihe
PxploW!nit was r.o; i c' re' and ord!-
irlily would not hliav. ('ciilmEI a punfllc.
Inflammablo n riste'ral,. toweiv(r, was
set on fire andl in ia few moni(onl t
the room wan a manN of fliimen. In
an Instant thor was a mad rush
for doors and windows, and during
the scramble many were pushed
lack Into the building whilo others
were severely burned.


eergie State Boerd of Health Lpheld bty
Chief Isetutive.
Governor Terrell Is backlng up the
action of the Oeorgl- state board of
health in enforcing state quaruntlr:o
against yellow fever territory.
Tho governor has addrolressd to
each of tho quarsriluli, InlN.ctorn an-
polinted by Ithe stlate board iof health
a flettup directing thml ni o follow in
every partleiulnr thO InNtruictlr gi lv
en them by tho stat I botrd of health
and to p(rnilt no lntlerfureio), with
their diutli- from any l0a11ri"m'.
In addition to th01 forego)luig art lon.
the stat'a ionr:l of h'lalth Friday It
sued IIt Ils lrd orlr, dliroctling tthit
the c rel,'nitlaNl (if tie, tn llte' iutaran l.
tinDO InIp51 .0' la niliiHt li i hoior''il In '
the uante, aiil isix far .aii nldoe ti
state al It Is necr'cowry for thlen
to travel. Ir this Im not (ildoi tIh :r I
trilnn will I, at tim M1l6le' 1lil '. 'lI'. ine, w orl'd r
roadIs as fo!' > I
"Ordi'r No. :1 S.pttnhnr 14. IF'191 .
It In h el'P'iy ',rdetrel hly the' (,'orglia
stato Ix)rdl of haulth that nil ruil
roads, atesteaitbo lIne' ar! slepIln:I
car (comprntilul opiratling In O('orgl Ia
be notifl'e that aftsr thin dlate the
comnminsonn of he'illh lofTlcirs of thI
state leiarIt of health niet he, holioreil
for fransip)rtat on fnnywherc within
the stato (f (ir(orlai., and IIm fir ouit
Into the .adjoliiliK fate('Ms may aby
them he elI im'il. tior, 'cvHary for prop
er Inspection. Fallurirr of any cormi's.
By or companhl, to com(iply with thill
order will Inemeillat'ly necessitateo
the toppingg and detention for exam
lantlnn at the ptate> border of aM
traln. t(efn|lnuto or ile'e'plng crare
belonging to s*uc'h company or corn-


Mwrdere Committed Isdlecriminately i.
Public Sitreet of ('ity.
The oorrespundhet oif the lAnlon
DaIlly Mall at laku. iiund'r dlate ot
September 14. says:
"Within the Nbort sinoc'e of Iw. i
iours this mornlit g five aesmassiln:.
tlons were omminltte' In broad day.
lIght i She bululent thiromugllfarr'. The'
murderers escaped. owing to the' In
dilerence of the police, who art'

mostly Tartars.
'BSnlater rumors that another Tar
tar attack on the Armenian in c)n.
templated iiam caused a panic altlaint
the Inhab:tant."


egoroes sad Whitee legage e sGue Puey
OWd Mech Geore is Spiled.
A olash betweou white men and
6egroee o0curred nea GormatLown.
Tenn.., Bettrfty aAtermoo, in wilteh
Curgene ScoM ft onetable, was shat
mad stabbed; a nero., named Suatb.
fro1 CoroQVa, wa killed; Rotust
Hioward of Georgetown, was cut ho@Nt
the heed and three or lore negrooe
wouded. The fg8ht occurred at
the Wolf rlver rae trek, madw' be.
twOen OwMagt nad ordova. fm
tyor moee shot wer e *e aned.


'W~eviafat Chaune' to a 2-4glgt-fo a Mams.
Voeglt* 'yse4,t0or as K.wo-Afte5iOV
4'"10 by tu.S*
"I had cVzemn&oan thee lice for five
Eflultli., eluritiv, %% h ttais L fIAu# int lice
f.441& eQ& LI) Advts w... me ii.*
nigursd 1 clois-d VItuc jp v.,uImtid jIAasStit. ~ca
11IJ AL 1 1AV ~4 Lu iOs A I-i .s'.L ciauos
&,.LsUUfMV. A1'ilia: bbcejlait sIL Lc.t AI 04164OW.
my ZA4sv wall. LUticula .:ud46j Ue U 4..u..
LI..ioiUIS161444.Aa1 ,od lA ku~il.~scl
%..UuO4liUj6)'. s,..tbcu& UAY LI*Ada u.*,~
MV 4Ult, acid iiM A l.A.M4i We 1.4 c I f.l1l5AI.d't
ee&U6eosad AW&A 41 Ae. 8 .Ais 'dje, Lie&lily ee
wisas 6% e..r aso lr*.i, vl:eeiwt) L 1 4a~

T.Jving IA 44Vt s' rent cheaper In

7 ~ ~ l Vp~j A.g. %. -

"I have trW 4all kin&, of wamevpcf
c:3d-.&fng &Mihav. ee rrw f"und nything
1at ny Pice. to compare with yrow Fis.h
lC'-ind Cor protecason froM all kinds of
n l~44 **' edl f Iv.h. wrio,4c ofv.1Ib
tonal"--),~ i.1 'vf may P- had '5"P.*
U Iixtnt Awar4 Warld' Fair, 190.

AL A. TOWECR CID. The SW o abesi
Zoome. U. S.A.
CO,. LU41TED __0 w
Terms, CA= 0
M46" of W mN~ Wt et Wasthee O fle W


41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.

Portable aind iNtlaioary

Engines, Boilers,

Saw Mills
C oipejitle ls i f e('irrorl ii tl,'k' fuor
IM.At l1il, 7'1TK 1K 1,1 Y 1 1'.
Head Marchliery, I.owne i'rl'o.. andl h-ila 'T rrmu
WVil:e us for catulogue. prices,
h..fr, h ,.inq'.

Held Up the Congretsman.
Rtopriirftitatlve l It itl. fel I thIll of a
"had quarter of anr h ur" he' recortitl
.oxporliontird In N ,w Yoik. lio wa4 :a1
hil way homrn from Washington, aicd
comrp.i- lel(, I )Wy luT: witf T'i(my btl()lopp '
over In New Yi r( fr)r a fitw h()l;re ,
1 (l.d, Itvlul f<)i!f;r',l fh '"ir hopping g
fiu'v mteppmd lilto) a rem' '.air:int fo(r ai
IIht linrch tbeforeo ;i::)lIg to their train
Wihou they had flinlmsh't,, and the w :It
er had present,' I an hock for sixty
cents. Mr. Littleftiel'i felt tor hil
Jpockethook. It was goan", and 1not a
tried to tp4eliphoi to frionlds whose
jilarps of t liiriv i r w rn In that mnection
of thn city, but It wa.s r. public holiday
a:ild none of thrti wero In. tHe tolj
thi c:wihl"r hlis h tiitlon, e:.plalnidl
who he was anid how he came to beo
t%'"-e without money. The cashier
r'as glad to see him, etc. Hlut that
made no dI!ffcnrence- .he \\ ull, n)t
charge any niore on that account: thip
lunches were sialxty certtis. and hurry
v:), please. Mr. l,.'tl ifll l offered to
leave his watch nas urety. but then
cashier had no time for it and wanted
the change. i"Tnally, la:tving Mrs. I.!-
tleftl 1I an security during bl temper.
ary abaonce, lihe went out nnd foun4
a pawnbroker and spoutoel his val
i'hl)ls goild watch for $10 and clearetl
up the dilfflou:ly. Fortunately the rall-
road tickets were a 'te and they got
homeio without further adventure. IA-
ter on. Mr. Litttlhflold revrivej hisl
pocketbook and Its contents Intact. It
having been found by a Now Jersey
man In the car, and returned to the
address found with it -L wlion (Me.)

t.::eJane, ~llueiwi burnett to deaitt,
Nlu: i~i~r i tlu hor lil e'tt.breoith.
's.e, : 1,tt414 s tI lwt' rCet'v5lt joakv!
All L~iy La..ms :ta ata na s'Inliismuke.'

to It IligliF !
Is It right fol.- 'aiaa to lose $1 '110 that it
de", 011 111ic%, I 11e1ke, --) crmemr e ov. et rs' l'a e i nc
fs'ui Iecu, tA*I dasfle sit i' % ~foar alet, 1Aut. at
$1 3(1let weeiplon. Ithan irt niu'egueoil wild m1Akv
lay p.e;1nag )41de 1it "1e 1 '5 4 Ni .an
all ~~NOW cs edt 101e.e'c eiise' oieck' en
te11nW11I:caac. lit Ae tat I'Sluc $1.,210 t nUl.
P1,416 ,Isa it. seght
4041 c J.0%4P) he's-cInd INY LOU attion it
MartIll fry. New VomL. Vi'ant Matrarebe
F~iftyV rearcs
CoI CogeI ots 010'-;illN ued i All -i, 'k ,Ii calt jull
C'I aI Iat -.

Wr.L i.R.Kw. Ttd.. 1 Arph W.. l'bl.. P.
'Ihe ,.-.- mi'itip. -f th*. State corn-
prid 4iZ *Oier an* d 4741 men.
Vte..T."I.C0'o0 eWhl vr1t- 1.'P n- fi1.1 -1'na
*.vothl' I ;.*o'ct*% s *n.ro .-,1.. -, in n ,.

CTha. '-'.'- ff tle. (?overnor-(eneral of
Canada is sisO.()O a yer
Plt*4'eO"nro..*. t be t, 'bit .'r!tr q''*,'l ,'
faeoniiu'rare.-.. W. O'naitra, st3rTIrt
Avtaoe, ... X r.e.,M 4 Main,. . .1).
Dreoden is on. rf the. fevw cties poace*,
lag a municips; newspaper.
F"nr U Sno tn l ilt.*
And the poisonous stirg of n!l ine'pets
lMoan's Iiniaintt a th grent aniseptic
lapane.e trade nth Australia is an-
ereasing rapidly both wvea,.

uog Caddle for Newport elloe.
Canine caddles are the latest Inno-
vation In Nowport. They are intro-
duced by Miss Mav Van Alen. Il-in-
ishing the *smal; tov who formerly
carrtol her gel!f *:'eki shn nan In-
stalled a Ocotrh c ,ll.- rildlle. W h-;r
dree:ed for the v -rie the dlog Wear:i
a .mht leather h:irnH.4: rorre'ip(n i-
Ing in color to hiln mistreics' costiiur,.
To the strap as ure'sx h.is batrk are ti-
it'rhod a h:r, ]-irr. orn'uivh to eron'lat '
lix or o'ght clubs,. aUwil from h~s no *k
Is nu.penldoed ta p lih for the hln! 4.
It's onlv natural l a Se'tcrlih dog .shoi] ,l
the filled with the, si.lrit of tbe gKamir
The col!lro follows at Mipss Alcn',i
hotls, read to provild a pa)lt'or,
driver or lifter, as n.-'e'ol. HIe haw I
also hoen tralnole to retrieve. At
times ho shows an Intelligence which
Isa a reproach to miles precereasor, and
MiFs Van Alon avers he l, a fine com-
panion. Hia sense of duty Is of the
keenest. So sl his loyalty, for It is
averred gravely he waves his tall In
pride whenever his owner make. a
particularly good stroke.-Now York

Floe Place for a Stroll.
William Astor Chanler. the young
explorer, was one of tho guests at a
dinner given In Wuhlington by Count
A young woman congratulated him
on hib enorgetct and successful life.
She praised ardelntly his two books
of travel. Finally she ashePd him to
describe a real typical Jungle for her,
Mr. Chandler sntllrld.
"A real jungle, a t ypcal jungrli?'
sal I he. "'W ell, I h th, o l dI,.':i'rli h a
jungl' of that sor t' : .a fore'.-t of fl.sh.
hooks, relieve I ty an occasional
patch (if on-k4:.! v; "

Tumors Conquered

Without Operations

'Uncqualifed Succes' of Lydia E. PIn)ahrPa.
Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs. FOx
and Mis Adorns.

One of the cgrantest triumphs of Lydia hv the pl hysil'ian and h, "Iyvs I have no Oi-ns
E. P1inklin:n's Veetuble Compoundl i,,f a rti nor nlow. It ha~al, brongbt nly
the clsrin of womiart'! dread nonthllim nro'.ud wiou lre:; and I am
t e c '. o? wo a dra itir.'n d all ,; nI. I ,i'l I.-vo:.- I whhoutn bot-
eCl C,,nv. i' it'r. t-,. ,of ,Lv'l. Iin'hl:t :i', V\'*.-*ta:tle" Canround
N ,-eallil wand'ein", pains" may in the h,),I." -ei:tio I>. ,., lradfttrd, Pa.
co rnv f'rnn it, early ht:wes,. or the pre,,- i Another C.a of T Tmnr Cured
r!nca of d(la.ger trvtbv lea' made irnauiff-st hv Lv it E Pi O lt;he t '.i Vegetu*
lIy exce,,sive rmen.t.ruatin atcctm)panii,'l id omiPou'd. V ge
b'v uinuiaIl pilat cxt'-nidtir,: from the Ch1 .
ovarit down the grf.n and thighs. Doar Mrs. 'in'ham:-
If you have inyhterious pains, if there Alo:it three yvar ago I biad intensepain
are indications of inflammation ulcera- in inyhstorntah, with cranrips a1 raging
tion or displacement, don't wait 'or headalsch, The doctor aoe-ribeid for me,
but fttindinz that I did nol get any better he
time to confirm your fears and go examined me and. to my surprise, declared
through the horrorsof hospital opera- I hat a tumor In the utenu.
tion; secure Lydia E I Pinkhum's Vege- "Ifeltsurethatitmeantmydeathwarrant,
table Compound right away ILnd begin and was very disheartened. I pent hundreds
its use and write Mrs. Pinkham of of dollars n do wing, but the tumor kept
Ly. fo r1. growing. till the doctor said that nothing but
Lynn. M ... for advice. an operation would ave me. Fortunately I
Read these strong letters from grate- corresponded with my aunt in the New Eng-
ful women who have been cured: and State, who advised meto try Lydia B.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:- (First Letter.) Pinkihain's Vegetble Compound before sub-
"In looking over your book I ive that your mitting to an operation. and I at once started
meslilne curts Tumor of the Uterus. I havo takinj a regular treatment, finding to my
been tp a doctor and he tells nme I have a tu- great relief that my general health began to
mor. I will be more than grateful if vou improve, and after threo months I noticed
cat heln me, m I do so drd anst opexration." that the tum" hal reduced lsize b. I kept
-Fannie D. Fox, 7 Chestnut St.,radiordPI'a. on taking the Compound, and in ten months
Dear .Pikam:- (Second Letter.) t had entirely dsappearl without an cper-
take r to '' r a au ation, and using no medicine but Lydia E.
tIh take thelibrtyto ongwratulate you on Pinkham's Vegotable Copn une. and words
the .sumcs I have hbd with your wonderful fail to express how grateful Iam for the good
1e urtbteen months ago my monthlio s one ern "- a Lhella Adams, Colon-
stopxped. Shortly after I felt o hadlyl muill l v flHotel, iSeattle, Wash.
milted to a thorough examinatin by a^ pliv- I Such unquestionable testimony
Pi'ian. and wais told that I hail a tumor on proves the valtueof Lydia E. Pinkharnm'
the uterus and would have to undergo an Ve(.'rtaile Coiipound and should give
oI rat after're. one'oura.verts '- coiiit'ace and hope to every sick
rmentnteawl di#'ihl wto .ive Lyvdia E. Pink- '%-V alln.
ham' Vogv'taloele Com inl a trial. Aftt.r ",r Pih.ham invite's all ailing
takin five bottle a; dire-t vl. the tunior is women t-, write to her at Lyun, Mass.,
entirely gone. I have a'iin h'x'o .,araminizei for advice.
Lydia E. Pinkiam's Vetetablc Compo l mi a Woman's Cemnely fr Woman's Ills,

r.amit year alrine. ticre. tt'an tv od' eMItrc -oiE'e ivc ers. cured of

'T11ck calttitd Pd'a1iic. cc.V aedI hi,,?It '4ith ic I"i' dlli1.1,ANta FEVERi
NJs I fd'. If 'You t'tA'-'' guc'v NI.-t 1. 1 c I- III !''i wl., t a tc. rilet If yo'u
11't (-t', Ic'c''A' ur s4flleJ-t vsil. rs'~u:1 I )'.j1-.1 ncy MLtlce' III rcg-
by uui'lt al lie'lc 1clrtiv,- .0ce'nt NtaivifA-nr-clrt
PATTON-WORSHAM DRUG CO, Daelm, Tuxs, &W dMcmphIsTgArk


*3t& '3--SHOESN
f "IV. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edgo LIno
cannot bo equalled at any price.


: e Thompson's Ey Watelr

"Jaun." Muid the mistress to the new
girl. "you must not forget to put the
mackerel to meak for breakfast."
"All right, num.," re:Hlle Jaue.
"What pawnbroker kin I soak 'sw
with. mum?"-De:rott Tribune.

tveblsi wifthMa13 1 w elito
156iga" so" a I sa deads is T oams yASe-MC
ctestal. thouusgkWy elaaeeekWill$&s*&"eae aewS
ctope disA46a, D, eals $&Sava ba &24 aIndoa
soresses, cares leectafir boa aa4 Ls=1 etanib.
Pastiuo Is toa rowdew form ~uto hq decieswd in pwor
wotw', and Is he mess Cieeset uewa~linjf;skeew
and scvonmamimithem liquid aosi= foretaI
For ale at dregom. 0wa, 0css a box..
TrMibox seaad booksofaetsuclene Pree

Jul G,1 315 E .

IfllfllHWAROte yeenwesa
9 IU|U W ldtsprve thit 0taTifsaL
W. L. Douglea $3.80 she*e bhve by their ex.
*llent style, eay fitting, nsr surerlorswearing
uamlltles, aheved the ltrgist "al. f any $.
sane la the worM. They are just as good a
threw that cost yoe ll8.6 to $7.00--t 6 oeelv
*ifterence Is We prk*a. If I could take you into
any sectory at Breekton. Mase., the lerreet In
the worMld under oe eroof M knKlr mo'o lno
%bees, and show yvo the core lth which every
par of DeuLglas *hose s ed.e yeu would reallie
why W. LU Doutale a .30 eare fthe best
shoes preduceJ st the world.
: I could show yeo the difference between the.
hoes amai ia m infactory and those of other
makes, you would Maderstand why Doutlas
J..0 shoe" cote mere to make,. why they bold
their shae mft better, wear loager. and re of
greater learltaml value than any other |S.0O
*es e the market to-day.
W. A. Ofst.u fPw Nsd. 8k.f- e.

CUT ION.--lnsl upon vl, W.L.Dnmg
Wo ene. Take eanubtituto. None flnuine
wlthouil bhi name and priee stamped on bottom.
WANTF 1. A shoe dealer in every town where
W. L. Du a laI Rbo ware not old. Full line ao
samplea ent frte faertapeetionn upot request
test 06oe Fyeirts et we they oflw llot w eef reag.
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Thei momthl emtI wasMhel week
eMAlW tim. tbe rulWa timeas account
of tc .oatemplated abMen of th
The were about f e M t.
m maded to theme.mUeM
e*eri*,1 pwere by
"Ready." Te Mt m Nte
to be at al l es reedy to serve or sef-
for for the Master.
A scripture reading followed. Sub.
jeet, Obedence. One point imlpreed
was, that we are often called upon
throughout the Christian life to decide
"whom we shall serve," and it is well
if we always decide in obedience to


WAS A VaUT am1 MT e0o Apple.d. for Dhodm.ge.
But OwI k M-ms C-C, 11 F tNr% pubmHa hIr.
d.=r2 a a-e. .of W A e' il-.
"Whem my boy was two d be la.* tof e ea Mt L.
bad a Veryi..rer atultat of bowaeom_ Bin M
pmito bt by thee e of Chamberlain's jMl, ow at tD o t
, Cholera and mDiarrhm .Remedy LW _., Md*.-
we brofght him out all right. MN o, I .THAT. .X
Mani Hickox,. of Midlad, M .tN sua.^-r d M wt A T. wl
Tn remedy can be depended upo in 1 thr inats Ms BthmI nd Exe' of thm
UONthe mct "Ti wfVOn cereMataaMtftjr. h e- LMm mndtr.
infantum is cured by it. Follow the | Imid- due4 G m for toh ea.Mir
plain printed directions and a cure is I 2=1 0 :9oU
certain. For ale by all drugista. LB .. AntD.
L. O. uAN(-Y. IxIutltx.
FURNISHED ROOAMD of thed, tstoDAda o J nIM lawm'd.
With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle- NOTICZ of Ms hoWvY of the Estate of Rob.
men. Central, care True Democrat. tf mrt L cou. deemased.
laleyof tthe saMid estate having been sa*.
-t- -o to th Out, under oth, by tee Adintit.
NOTI O F NF M Il TO APILY FOr e.t tor therebsgidt
S Nod" Is bP T .. M to all persons havew
IFF PA1FaiT elmaa inMt the ab -.amrl etea to appe-


To introduce and get this Piano before the public,
we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED members,
and each member will get a Piano at the whole-
sale pric3. The club islimited to ONE HUNDRED
members and all instruments will soon be taken.


Is an instrument that has been manufactured in
our own factories, with some special features
that will make it stand the climatic conditions
of this State better than any Piano made.
Send for Catalogue.

The Cable Company



After an earnest rayer, the business JoISI . i ermi t .,.t t.. he wderi boill be m A or
of the hour waa aken up. .There was rit i5a a October seth. ISafr Co A6 D -"
a new department of work adopted, an- Letore Patet inew Ua the oiore ad Couny c Judge. La oty. orida.
other superintendent appointed for a Davis CnmpI y" under carter of which the Augut S. .
department previously adopted. A mat- s l in the o so cretar o Commilo rer's Sale.
ter that is now agitating the public F. C. GILMORE. OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
mind was then brought to the attention G. L DAVI Md by virtue of a deree rendlered n the
A. C. SPILLER. Wth day of Aug. A.D. 19M. by the Circuit Court of
of the Union. The movement to pre- PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE "GILMORE the second Judeical Circuit of Florida in and for
vent Reed Smoot taking the seat in the nr the county of Loon. In the matter of the peUtion
United States Senate, to which he was AND DAVIS COMPANY." Of William M. Girarde as Administrator of the
elected by the Utah legislature at the Th e underined hereby sawctate themselves etate of mily M-. Colia deseed, late of sad
a=:t.-;;'- ;". ". lS _--'-,l ,_. A to thwr for the purpose of becoming incorpon. county of lam .Iwillsellat public outcry to u,
dictation of the Mormon Church, A td underthe law ofFlorida. under the foowng highet and bet bidder, in front of the Court
committee was appointed to get signa- proposedcharter. hse. at Tallahassee. PFloridaothe d d of
tures to the petition which is being so ARTICLS 1. October. A D. 1901 between the hour.ofe levon
largely circulated throughout the states. no n. of the corporation shall be "el'SmoUre Is described lands to-wit: Northwest quarter of
_and Davis Company." with its principal ofce at northwest quarter of section 1I townshipa M
Ta--- allahas ee. Florida: its busine *hall be condutc- south orange 2 .east. In HillsbroI i county.
SMOOT MUST 00. ted in the State of Florida and any State of the Florids. Lotsnumbered on"e pnd two block i '
(From the New York Daily News) United States or foreign country wherever necee in the sub-division known as '*Villa Mltohell'" in
The movement to depose Reed Smoot .ary or convenient. sections one and two. township one mouth. of
of the seat in the United States Senate, ART. 2. rase one. west, situated in Leon county Florida:
to which he was elected by the Utah The neral natureof its businer shall be: To amd the south half of the east half of 7rallahas-
.... ...... t buy. sell. manufacture. furniture. mantel, house City lot numbered L old plan. together with
legislature at the dictation of the Mor. and store furnishings, and merchandise of every the dwelling and improvements thrreom, n lmon
mon Church, is obtaining new headway, kind. To build and construct house. and build- county. Floria. Purahaer to pay for deds.
session of Congres, and owing to the own. mortgage lease and convelands. To ctas
impulse given to the agitation by the agat. broker or commission merchant in dealing Amendment of Charter--Letters
National League of Women's Organita- inanyofthe commoditiaformaid. To sell. mort-
-gage. sublet, pledge hire, les. or convey any of Patent.
tions .its property at will andreinvest or dispoee of the
Not only American women, but every proceeds thereof in much manner as provided by NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
true American man who is loyal to coun- By-laws. Tooonduetanyofits business, and em- Southern Telephone and Construction Com.
ploy agents or officersin any placein this tate or pany.,a corporstion undei the Laws of the State
try to home and to family, should and other tate or Foreign country whenever to the of Fork. will apply to the Governor of aid
will unite in demanding that Reed Interest of this company. To borrow money and State. at Tallahassee. Florida. on the 30th day of
Smoot, the apostle and champion of secure the same, or money. otherwise owing, by September. I96, for an amendment of its charter,
mrtage, deeds, note or other of its obligations, and letters patent thereon; such amendments be-
Mormonism, be driven from the United To subscribe for, purchase., own, hold for invest- in as follows; and having been duly adopted by
States Senate, just as traitors and eone- ment or otherwise. *elli dispose of and make ad. said Company. and a copy thereof. duly certified
mies of the republic have been driven vance. upon stock. shares, bonds. obligations or under the common sal of the company, being
from"thtbod.ynthe..tsecurities of other orpoations wherever located now on ite in the oMee of the Secretary of State
from that body I the pat orIanised, engaged ian ny of the businesses or of the State of Florida, as required by law. to-wit:
Mormonism has placed itself outside operations herein mentioned. and while the owner That Article II of amid charter shall he amended
the pale of religious toleration, and of any such stock or obligation, to exercise all so as to read as follows:
I rights and powers thereof as allowed by law. To
Utah, having violated the solemn con- ve ivepayment for capital stock subscribed for ARTICLE II.
tract on which statehood was granted' in money or other property at a just valuation, to The general nature of the businesses to be conduct I
does not deserve to be treated as a ;ov- be fixed. the Board of Directors. And generally ed by said company shall be to construct, acquire.
_ American commonweal.th.. is h. to dall things, to have. exercise and enjoy all maintain and operatetelephone exchange andtel-
erein Amercan commonwea t rights, powers and privileges Incident to the bus- phone exchange lines and plants, and telephone
a bigger question than party. It in- ness of the corporation as allowed by the laws of toll linesand plantsin theeountiesof l on. Wakul. I
volves the very life and moral health of Florida, and nece-sary to advance its interests. laFranklin. Jeferson. Gadaden. Jackson. Madsoom q
..the nation. Smoot must go I ART 3.and Taylor, in the State of Florida. and to em-
the nation. Soot m vst go! .^. trct, acquire, maintain and operate eleetrie
The amount of the capital stock of the corpora- plant. for light, power and other useful purpose:
The Colenel's Waterloo. tion shall be W50,00.00. to be divided into ive hun* anI to deal in electr supple. and manufacture
Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey, dred shares of one hundred dollar each. Ten per the Pamun and to purchase. use ea sell mort-
(h WM tr"Wate.rloo cent of the said capital stock shall be subcrbed sege, pledge or otherwise ddispoe of real and
rove, Texas, nearly met i aterl and d for before said corporation shall Lransact personal property, and borrow money for any and
from liver and kidney trouble. In a re- any business. All or any partof said capital stock all of the above purpoead rIvin lits bonds. notes
cent letter he says: "I was nearly dead my be payable in, or issued or used for, the pur. or other etidences of ndebtdness i therefore; and
nf~k.~ # f ~iu Rn Ith~u" orshas m o any property at a just valuation to to have andw enjoy all the rights, privilege. and
of these _complaint, and, although fixed by the Board of Directors at a meeting to be power. neceatryf or proper for carrying on any of
tried my family doctor, he did me no called for that purpose. said business.
ood; so I got a 50c bottle of your great I AT. 4. The telephoneexchangelines and plants to be in
electric Bitters, which cured me. II The term for which said corporation shall exist any of the places hereinafter mentioned through
consider them the best medicine on shall be ninety-nine years. or into which the telephone tell lines may pas or
earth and thank God, whoe gaveou t -nheART. enter or be, or any intermediate place, and tele.
knowearth and thank God, who gave othe essof thecorporation hall be conduct. phone toll stations to be at any of said places here-
knowledge to make them, Sod, and 'The buonduct inafter named or any intermediate place. The
rronfs e d ed by the following officers: President. Vice-nrusi. telephone toll lines to be constructed, acquired,
guaranteed by all druggit. dent, Secretary, Treasurer and board of three di. maintained and operated b this corporation shall
Sectors. Theoffices of Secretaryand Treasurer may extend from the city of Tallahsse. In Lton county.
Local Option Record. be held by the same person. The number f Direct. Florida, tothe town of Mont cello. In Jefferson
The following i a lint of the "Dry" orl maybechangred by by-laws, but atnotimetor b county, Florida. through the villages of Chair.,
a nd "Wet" counties of Florida to date: y than three nor more than nine. The ard of Ltloyd. and through or near Drifton, a distance f
and "Wet" CountiKs Of Florida to date: Directors may appoint either officers oragents. with thirty-one miles; and from Monticello or IDrifttn.
Dry- Alachua, Baker, Bradford Cal- such powers, duties and terms as provided by by- in Jefferson coant), to Madison. in Madison
houn, Columbia, Citrus, De Soto, ham law The directors shall be elected by stockhold- count', a distance of twenty-seven miles; and
*i at each .nnual meret"ing. All other officers fhrom lyd or rid. trn in Jefferson county, or hwaye
ilton, Hernando, Holmes, Jackson Jef- shall be elected annually by the director rsirvacan intermediatr pointon in WaTlsren throuirh Wa
person, Lafayette, Lake, Leon Levy, cessupplied by them at any time. Annual meet- kernah, in said county. a distance of twelve miles;
Manatee, Liberty, Pasco, Polk. Asimter, ings of the stockholders shall be held on the first and from Tallahassee. in lenn county, to lamonia.
Monday of November of each year. but such date a distance of sixteen miles and from TaIla-
Suwannee, Taylor Vlusia, Wakulla, may be changed by by-laws. The directors shall hassee, in Leon county, to Quiny, in Gads-
Walton, Washington-27. hold annual meetings on the same day mmedi. den county, through the village of IlHavana,
Wet Brevard, Cla Dade. Duval. atly thereafter. The subscribing incorporators a distance of wwenty-teiyht miles: and from Tails.
tcambia. Gadhen, Franklin Hillbor pthall meet .on first Monday of November. (1, at haae l, aforesaid. through Arran and So phoppy.
..c.ambia. Gadsden, -- ---,.rank .'lin -, the officeof the company in Tallahassee. 11 o'clock in Wakulla county and Carrabello In Franklin
ough.' Lee, Madison, Marion, Monroe, a. m.. for purposeof adopting by-laweand holding county, to Apalachiola,. In Franklin county, a di
Nassau; Oranie, Osceola, Putnam, San first annual meeting, ofelecting others and com- tance of eighty miles: and from Arran to Craw.
pe Stein its organisation. Until the officers elected fordville. a distance of three miles and from Sop.
ta Rosa, St. John's St. Lucie- 19. at the first annual meeting *hall he qualified. the choppy to Panac, a distance of seven miles ani
business of the corporation shall be conducted by from Tallahamiee to St. Marks. a distance of
Abscess. the following officers: F. C. Gilrnwore, President; twenty-onre miles: and from Quincy to Marianna.
Abce ,. with few exe1.tion are Davis. Vice-Pre.ident. and A. C. Spiller, adistanceof forty miles; and from Tallahassee.
Abscesses, with few exception, are Secretary and Treasurer. F. C. Gilmor. G. I. Da- aforesaid, to Perry. in Taylor county. a distancetf
indicative of constipation or debility, vi. A. C. Stiller. Hord of Directors. lift miles, the total mileage being three hundred
W. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes ART. e. and fus miles.
Aug. 15, 1902: "I want to say a word of The highest amount of indiebtedness or liability That Article III of said Charter, which now
praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. I to which this corporation shall at any time subject read. as follows: The capital stock of this com-
stepped on a nail, which caused the cords itself shall be SMi.OuO. pany shall be ten thoa dollars. divided into
oa lt A. one hundred share o f one hundred dollars each.,
in myleg to contract and anabecess to rise "T and shall be fully paid for in eash. or property for
in knee and the doctor told me that I The names and residences of subsrribing incor. use in the business of the company, at Its cash
in..y ke a h e porators. together with the amount of capital value when the stock isumuad." shall t amended
Would have a stiff leg, so one day I went stock subscribed by each. are as follows: C. by adding thereto at the end thereof the follow-
to J. F. Lord's drug store (who is now Gilmore. mesidini in Tallahassee. 1o.hare: U. I. ins:
in Denver, Colo.) He recommended a lavis. residinrg n Tallahassee., i t .hare..A. a rn The amount of the capital stock of this many
bottle of Snow Liniment; I got a 50c t.I shares to be held as Treaury Stock, t t shall be increased thirty thousand dollars, an, a to
size, and it cured my le. It is the best a dirict.tlby the by-laws.. make th dle entire capital stock of the company
liniment in the world. All druggists. G. i. DAVIS. tional stock to be divided into three hundred
A C. SPILLE. 'sharmof one hundred dollars each. All of such 4
Catt D a State ,,f Florida iftesed or additional capitall tock shall be paid
t Couy. ulor Ln. al for as follows: One-half thereof, or fifteen thou-
Information concerning the disease, cunt> of .n. sand dollars, in lawful money of the United
which has prevailed for some time .fore, me, the undersigned authority. person- States. and the other half. or fifteen thousand dl-
t.he cattlein this co..nty hvi-ng ally appeared F. C. (Gilmore, ,. I. Davis and A. C. arM, may be paid for in lawful money of the
among the Cattle in this county having piller. to me known to be the persons described United States or in property. laboror services. at a
reached the authorities of the Florida in and who signed the foregoing instrument and just valuation to be filed by the corporators or by
University Exeriment Station, Dr. C. rallyy acknowledged that they signed and e* the directors at a meeting called for such pur-
F. Dawson, State Veterinarian, Was cutedit for the purposes mentioned. m01111 1.
In witness wherer'f I have hereunto set my hand Prfperty. labor or services- ayh e also purchased
sent here this week to investigate. and official meal this lAth day of September. I06. 'or aid for with any such capital stok at a just
Dr. B. Jordan, the local veterinarian, (IiAJ.) JOHN K PERKINS. valuation of iuch property, labor or services to be
had already been investigating, and di- Notary Public. State of Florida at lar*e. fixed by the directory of the company at a me.t-
agnosed the malady as 'apthus fever," My commission expires c. 7. 06.I I ncall1 for such purp
otherwise known as "foot and mouth; Discharge Notice. w. L. Mx)R. President.
disease, tor "epizooticr and had made E HEREBY GIVEN THAT STATE OF FLORIDA.
a number of careful examinations. N noSth. after the date of the Trst publaE. corrL oR t A. ,.
Dr Dawson spent some time investi- 'n hvr. I wilirnt my finaleunto Beforeme. F. Willi. aNM.r Pubi,.k in and
gating the matter. and has prom ised ContyJudgef cnty. orio an apply' rem. F.WilisaNtaryPu lrinan
Itatn the matter, and has promisedfor my discharge as Administrator of the estate for the 8tate of Florida at large, personaly ap.
ihe True Democrat a copy of his offi- of Henry RIchardson. deceaed. p......S L. Moo.. rC. Mooro and K. "' ,
.eIl report on the subject, until which CHAR. w. RICHARDSON stockholers in the abve msntioned Suthern
SAdministrator. Telephone and Construction Commpny, a body cor.
time option thereon may well be sus- TalLhma ,s Fla September l t. I "- 1,m-Am I parete nader the LAws of the Itate of Florida.
pended and constituting the hodrs of a m .ority of the
Sea. ... we _.Notice to Creditors, stock of sd Comp4,aMn th w ndrlfuly w h
Plu ches flus.h.e wi.th h.e.- sotTHE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF it toitenMedin xood faith toeon truct. maintain
Plump cheeks, flunhed with the soft l 1Henry J. Richardeon, deceased, having been and operate the telephaM nee mentioned in
glow of health and a pure complexion, maggested by the administrator, all persons hay, the above written proposed amendment of Article
m-. .11 women beau-tiful Take a c a ams- ant s.ad -to are hereby notified n of the Charter ofr the above mentioned Ca-
make al o" e nbea-uLti-fu ,. 'to appear aMi the sa me with theCounty J.dre pany. w L. MOOR,
small done of Herbine after each meal; of Laon county. Florisda. on or before March h. F CUFTON MOOR.,
it will prevent constipation and help di-w eis. R. A. WHITrFIELD. KATE LOUISE MOOR.
t Wat ou have eaten... MrT. Wm.- TallaIaee.. l.n. Sept rmler ,IS. .- len.s Swornm to and s bsrribed before me this 2Nth
. Stroud, Midlothianu, Tex.. writes, d of. A"ut. 05, as witm min my hand and a-.
May 31. 1901.: Esctril etice. cs.seal. e.y-.nm.ss. e.pres June-_. 12,5.
"We have used Herbine in our family OTICE is HarEBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED. Noiy blto and for the t e of I
for eight years, and found it the best it D S_ ^ttd *t, .t ise. tS w ltt InS^L
meda e we ever used for constipation, rS, usr v s, decssme, late fiLmo eadtyti .. .
biious fever and malaria. For sale I m mea ide estate. to pres aen tesa ... o e t t.ou
b all dru, gis, l- t. law. witha two pwm t thr dta.tje Now i the time to order your fertil-
SaldruggIss. th d o A us 1t oth.rwe all seu ci la ier for everything you wish to grow in
Warranty Deeds, legal form. True ea n .. .*e fe- re.,ere. t"" fall. Give our. order to
Dmocm t l tf BsMrts of EtateofHri D. r tf R. A. StINE, Agent

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

J. D. CAY,

Feed and Sales Stable,
140 South Adams Street.


and take a look at our conveyances and
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-

C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 89.


Mies s


ef t be Eyef. Pars"d Neees itdmty.

OfIet Et o lN e~lal Ity Dpan&

Wood Ywd
Near Seabeard Depev Pheae Un.
The Beat Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Prompt delivery, and set-
isfaction guaranteed.
Cotton Gin Saw Sharpened sad Cot-
ton Gins generally Repaired at reason-
able prices. App ly to
Tallashase, e .

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By joining our Piano Club you will be able to get
a 400 grade Piano for $267 on payments of $10
down and membership dues of $6 per month,
without interest: Piano delivered free to near-
est depot as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.'

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Repair Work a Specialty.
All Work Done Prompdy. Sadtfao Guaranteod.

If so come here

for your -


I j I Big stock of

SFresh Seed.

D. R. eOX, Druggist.
Telephone *o. 17.


Gm .A LA mrs.
The following oi clipped from the
Jacksonville Times-Uhlon of a recent
Information was received in Jackson-
wll& ,ast,41 f the eamoklaawn of th

keep without IL J wold not
yt ee w v t I gave and go baek to
the 4tdem Ima stove. It is some pieso
ure to oo on a Home Comfort.
M"u. J. M. MILL.M
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomach sad Uver Tablets is so e
able and so natural you can haI e
alse that it is produced by a medicine.
These tablets also cure ndigestion.
For sale by al druggists.




Caatee Lette. survey of the Seaboeard Air Line Rail-
Cambelle, Sept. 13.-The schooner way, under the immediate superintaend
Joss Nye, the Gulf Trading Company'! enee of Chief Civil Engineer Goodling.
per smack, encountered some bd from W a to Perry.
weather last week a was damaged The line is now in t from
considerably by t ond St. GIores Tallahassee, a distance of twety miles,
Island. She is now sun in frontof the thus requiring onl thirty miles and a
wharf and a large crew of men are at half to be built. The country between
work kingg theballast out preparstory Perry and Wases fais very flat, and of a
to raising and placing her on the ways. character that will require only light
The steamor Tarpon is at the mouth grading, therefore the process that
of the river waltjp for orders. can be made will be rapid.
Mate Roland Winecbster, of the yacht The proposition is to be in Perry by
Marguedors, is raising the wreck, and December 26, so that the Seaboard off-
sueceeded in getting her to the top of cials ean enjoy their turkey and cran-
the water, but heavy weather Saturday berry aue wth the Perry eltisens.
night broke the chains and she again The first station after Wcssa willbe
sank to the bottom. Thomas City, then Covington, next
Carrabelle merchants are buying from Sheffield, and then Blue where once
Bainbridge and Jacksonville there was a postoffice. The survey is a
Mrs. C. H. Parlln and her charming tangent straight out 11 miles from
daughters Alice and Alma have returned Perry. It isin contemplation to extend
from Decatur Ga. this line southeast from Perry about
Mrs. Sloan, Mr. W. R. Sloan's mother, forty-five miles, joining the Jackson-
died last Thursday. Mrs. Sloan would ville division of the SBeboard, thus
have been 9', years old the next Mon. making a through line from Tallahassee
day. to Jacksonville by way of Perry and
sugar cane is on the market and the Wannee
smalrboy is happy now. The above information was received
Mullet are in season and fat, ,) we by the Times-Union representative from
are not afraid of starving. Mr. Goodling, at Perry.
Strivese iddea Reclu. fiPa frrem a Buri Promptly Pelieved
When your ship of health strikes the by Chamberlala's Pala salme.
hidden rocks of consumption, pneumo- A little child of Michael Strauss, of
nia, etc., you are lost, if you don't get Vernon, Conn., was recently in great
help from Dr. Kin 's New Discovery pain from a burn on the hand and as
for Cnmumption. J W. McKinnon of cold applications only increanmel the in-
Talladega Springs, Ala., writes: "I had flammation, Mr. Strause e:rne to Mr.
been very ill with pneumonia, under the James N. Nichol., a local merchant, ft r
care of two doctors, but was getting no 4om,,thing to stop the pain. Mr Nich-
better, when I beiran to take Dr. King'I o|l mayA: "I advised him to use ('ham-
New Discovery. The first dose wave re.- Irlain's Pain Balm, and the first ap-
lief, and one bottle cured me." Sure plication drew out the inflammation and
cure for sore throat, bronchitis, courhs rave immediate relief. I have u5(d
and colds. Guaranteed at all dnruggisti, this liniment myself, .nd reornmmnd it
price c0 and S1. Trial bottle free. very often for cuts, hurn., strmain and
lame back, and have never known it to
We accept The True Democrat' aol.- disappoint." Fo sale by all druggists.
ofgy, but pnust insist that its editor in
wrong in the declaration that "there Mr. I) M. Cook, a well-known Til'.
are too many Democrata." That stiff hassee boy, has been nppoint(l I rii.(i-
Republican opposition would have a sal- pal of the. school at Winter Garden, andl
utary effect i true, but we are not pre.- will soon leave for that place'
pared to give the enemy the least en- Wante~.
couragement. The few white Re pub-
lieans in Florida are too busy looking To pirchamw a large tract of 'imi,,-r
after Federal p$ap to pay any attention Land in Florida; prefer to d<. l w.th
to State affairs. and the democratic owner direct.
masses must do the purging within their AMKItCIi4 B. MlI.VII.I.:,
own party, without Republican aid, if 120(9 Tritle ard Trust Ifhld.., ( hiag', III.
It In done at all. Bronron Time'n Dem- For Reat.
crat'. iMont desirbhloi Boarding House L If what we said to the T.-D. was an cated conveni-ntly for bAin-. just
"apology," what would the foregoing vast of the bloxhem Hotel. Hi a been
bi. called? Iut in thorough order and repainted.
L atelyknown as "Le.lter lloume." Ap-
Cl0amberlalma's Co9 Remedy ActsM ply to George (;reer.how. 27-tf.
ea Mature's FlawATallahs-m.4e. Fla.. Aug. 15. 19)5
The month successful medicnes sari TaFa A .
tho'e that aid nature. Chamlbrl i.'. Wrought Iron Range (C:
Couerh Remedy aset on this plan. rTkel I take pleasure in recommendingyour
it when you h.ive a cold and it will H.I Il Hme Comfort Range. I have umo d
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pectoratlon. open the eprret on and aid )other range. They ire worth twite
natu-e in rstorln r the m sstm to a, what they ell rfr.
healthy condition. Thou.,and- have tem- MRS. Li. J. JOHN4)N.
tifled to its superior exehllinc.. It
counteract any te'nidlenv of ,old to (' oncord. Fla., .July 215, 1l,5f.
result in pnu'imonie. l'rYc". 25 cents. Wrouvht Irn.n Range Co.:
large mise, rl cents. For siale hiy all I am inre proud of my New Home
druggints. C('mfort Steel Range'. It is the finest
.Mis Role Siw letft NSula y fr baker and fuel saver I .vir saw. My
,lMin ntoHae Sulm h heanft .Snday fo'r ihl d hter Pays h.he would not take one
( tllahan to as ume charge as p)rin'ciae l huinr.lr for it, so vou -se the (Comfort
of the graded school at that place it gives t pour family, and I arm proud
Mr. .1. 1.. Hall, of Wakulla, was iI .I. II. :A(; VY.
,mong hin Tallahame.w' friends again
this week. IHlvann, Fla Sept 9, 19065.
Hon B. E. LMcin, Comminaioner of I cIr p>roi:d of Ranve It surely in a
Agriculture, is away on his vacation Home ( comfort. I don't see how I could

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only. only.
No. 1 No. 3 No. 65 No. 8
12.20am 7.60am
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No. 2 No. M No. 6 No. 4
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_1.30pm 800pm .36pm 4 .20am

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Ar Arlington 7.25jpm fO.l6.m 10.!am
L.vCuthbert S.43pm 11.5a m 1i.35rm
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Notice- Train Nuo. 6 and 6 will depart from and
arrive at fooet of 'Shotwell strwt. BainbridrCe.
Tickets for train r. levlnir Bailnbridge, Sundiaya
at 6.20 am. will be on sale at the office of the C('l-
laan (}rocery Comnpany.
*Train No. 6 will a.to 35 minute, at Lanark for
break taIt.
W. M. Iw. R0. O. Alton,
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