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: October 13, 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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VOL. 1.


NO. 33.

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

s L CWNTr1s 3MW SeIamW. himseltf at tMe xt primarie., ad T FIag 0SALN. wa people who havew Joet i- L S.UMI W CEL.
-a- arso I-. = a.
givii *time..- Eappmem (Sat Mr.kon R: tW Nseir of 0TheNtoo s New emeIIsmi Ise, Whskb Mb
'-m-Pls i .. woee oamtobe a t ,an. d this .00 tIs W Y ." edoBMd tee Atofta eet V e s m hoti t Wiema nd
kae f W o Iamm, te misthe mrosen why they stad e itiaed with Blalmed id i thi m tmawt ea meth not U es li tet Em ta e "mt eath_ ,us ,rom not
Tf he mweek nw f Mr, the m- o- oieaaod n aM 'Ihs ast*.a _-O
b. sAeto be tof Duvval Oct..--. AuguetusB thew. -n thcnlfe M M V7ius ot__tISils"ver. ules wee
county, to u the vacancy ca d by newly appointed Sheriff of DuvalbCo- t ie of ti me t y W s tm LSei n
the lamented death of Hloet W. Bal- ty, preeeatd his bonlfd nfor a moalat hto pe amon f m pte
ham Plkett, hel occaloned mM mre-n ew meeting of the Board f County 2. Bat his delight is tn the law of the water eane deomsn I oeal ,mbnthat ewem ryao thiss weMg ai
nmrkable expremns of opinion on the m Sonesterd Thebond was Lord; M in hi. law doth he meditate Mlearned thit eve ro thhiat. gisohap.
t of the etherJacksohe suretues day and night. a a epIeif -uwati.hold feer dur*
rew extrcts fromowhich we prode on it an P. A. Dignam C. H. Barn.'. 8. And he shall be like a tree planted the sthautumn. Th m at h o- 1t a, as gas
below, with the remark that Mr. Sigmund He and John N. C. Stockton, by the rivers of water, that h strinaet measures my b e .may Wien isoy earedtoa'dinmct
Brown's record as a public official in each of whom qualified in the sum forth his fruit in his aon hailea to prevent a great amount of h no icknes increseote
Duval county is well known to many ouf2500. also shall not wither; and whatsoever from them caet saong fahsrhenno erease of .as the
citizen thereof, and that it is entirely The Metropolis of October says: he doeth hall proper. spent their vacat o the numr drawn from th ta
accessible, if any one there r to This appointment will prove very dis.- ... The ung odly are t otso;but ae slup po a h o *tCollege enrollmen t-exceededKN
mveTrthe it a. pointed to the other applicants. and like the cha which the wind driveth fo thi ty t e hool-ltSd and rdgrde-
Theime-Unon p m to t of Governor Broward's way. o the nw college. Strngely ogh
on the subject, from the several ues friends in the city. Mr. Brown's friends 5 Therefore the ungodly shall not othI asfe o developed here althe hnerees eondri
which journal we extract the follow-= re d. se ipono (thet Inore
ow xtractm an anhc .H eildn d (thatris,tno the ,7th sWd th a The h
of which journal we erthe follow-y that he will Uae care of the posi- stand in the. judgment, nor sinners in e 1 atsnSe r arhe 7th and L. e h
T"lp e 0. F Teal la..hs on on, and that he is competent to handle the congregation of the righteous. they were f n the ,e a ho grade-9oth. Ith amn llth--con
r so.--Fsrom l w hoasnsteethed whenreprvothf-windowisa n md-eM4tJopil, -- -o o -, -
r vetha I Brtprivat The that he will tt h 6. For the Lord knowoth the way of w ta 46 put, there being none in the
was received thatM. A. Brown, priva petent oee force, and willmake re the rig..hteous; but the wa of the un- leaving abst v.eltio h to th, 1e 2tht w
orr wn othe ton--t:cgool or.eG.F. A. Ro leont tiomnton the ao
reent a ry the po nHe h o l bec ble Mr on Sgodlyp hall perish. 1 womitd it s t e a ma tewithe on.

tof Mor re a cand date, Noveer of Manext yearin, th countyher He wille Dt otuesay ant ane pah we -,-e.. ., o ieOnra, who rents with the hIbea
the iap on nts whr tn e GoverngestorDr.Bosworth,10hAtlan ---nt, o he well tGouWle Ne agdochey T. T..... .dut theiynd ;-
an will i of the stre s e formseveral candidates. The ffpubic known specialist. in .thecity o so ofwhoneverommbeenda better sailibrS'o a fe

men for the place.u s one which its difficult to .ill ace Mr. A. R. Season t viting her l. s t ate of Vicg in wte o e t fami
Oct. 1. -Another Iwhowancident which may and Mupervor ofw t regotratien he mother long dsattpe HJonea.n the cap sg A the ofyge shoitoandhe isoiectheprdte of ds lshet es-
bwehe hanyohisreew wses ,iay pd ol r .. fe te ta ochyr o m
sheriff and st rengthens thg e belief that to the ems enc y or not Mr. Brown Mr. K. Howard, of Woodvlle asnd. e. We. Invite proof to thee In the former he has l late
aif Mr. Brown has not the appointment a nativeof s M eandarin, this county. He the city Tuesday and md us a pleas- traryitit can bem dade.O of Georgia, wh comesw ti

t will fallee to him, was the de for the oreunt foerofly a cher in the rd rnmpublic ant visit. c e ae read rAse g o re, com-ng tof im
for Governor at Jennings t the cpleaalt. the city last Saturday. . ng i, it o le th e ar
Oct. 2.-Mr. Brown arrived here late FC.Y al of Ja o B. Smith. MTh aD'ouI... r teno graher to Gov- o nter p Will. be t umbli over each Am/th th estwo J aMtsotoe M.
beenwitr he bex-t vrnor n stpoition he resigned, after being tael city. o&totofWtnee hwmpave nd d o bur in e pas w e ha e ofi ce of p i1NtIactitute

Saturday night, and avoided t eemg anYk The death of Mre. E. B. Smith, ernor Broward to again on duty after other to gt.here the.._lnftheaeaaon, Breyad whoe qualeaU__ m _a _t
of thae Who were .deep Jy a sntested the venerable d irent of M s Dr. W. severe attack ot dengue to Talahaseelas we( a know0 to h efire rceia,
andthe appointmented private that secretary of Governor Mr H. John M. Calhoun, of Matheri, Mrs. couple from who cam he The primary dt ta under th
Those who are.expressingmtheoopinionlaasee. He is about0yarofel ee to T has l a 0 e t d e l a

expected toma.ke today .o. Uth srant, aMk ed 8C years. caused grief te waa among the pleasant calleow t Tne a ys "Hlldya,.hnsd ad bige t of h o i.ubth Watshbu
Those ho ard ding th tlkngreater fce randr edw cite ofprevoted elativ ann ner H.. N..... .... . Jorthr Bily e o Lo .klnot oondc aWdeny ormd tto thell. "0ay s..aated yto
when Mr. Brown has then with ex nta Mr Smith had res alped for I teNt thh ean the era tyof
claim that this partyowas cale w eto Tal-e. ason o. fheeamp andatanedm trea o h ney nd itiat bookpertn heer m t addedo oh the.

were in conference wav .known rond rt Is 1 ts schlfo, e mJ. rne. M. Te. A e R railroad Company, wast in for a coupl of montrle bal f oumrsnb heam e n

tout ehaGoveor Mr. K..... in_ r _- Crdy amernoonr. E Dtgenaeworesiboen. hoe, on ,hep-lde" .iend h omarde Mr. Bennd Aleleyra.d Cobb dttmia witort their he t .et le
present at least.oo unti.oon e of thecity lSn a P o ast Saturday. quiries now comi ng m it looks like o n wh. y fso the cou ldtio thoe ow-
Oct. 2.- Mr. Brown arrived here late mra. nefi b Smith. MtOn as Douglass, stenographer to Gov- hunters will be tumbi over each .thatoneated to me
Saturday night, and avoided seeing any The death of Mrs. E. B. Smith, ernor Broward is again on duty After. other to get here the firstdf the season. Brev"a4dwMhdqueUMndrarmeto

of those who were deeply in r terested int the venerable arent of Mrsca Dr. W. severe attack of dengue. C hisit ynrowday es *s e., w n a .to re i r it .
thte appointments tha t the Gove r. a. leSoo r, on uesd. Ea r y, t he 10th in- Hon. John M. Calhoun, of Mear ianne, oG. W. Wirt, nomttd he T The prmy dePartment Is ure nder the

unexpected that Govmake today. But charge Armstron William Child, ofeighty year o y shburnartile
there is a significance to his presence t aed ers, s t c e says: "His daughter h iesnd fever late of Louisville, d it b iss
hreand th w das givenk greater forea large circle of devoted relatives ard True Democrat office Wednesday.afor theyears;hep oaidul notvion any io h Baird Jkson e 1Te-

hPreacnditw asgiuven graterlb nowL. Ce f aend roJnot.- b lo ntdrl.adyand F.The mhey fried. ..of ,Mr, lyert wlll ,nerporate to atron toc t- th .lnyt eltg attf1totM

men on aBrown was M een with wes ome e lod and e The Stat e Agculturl Department thin o lthe ome r till he usda a Miss Washburn is a theorougt
SGernord ies f mpartof fa l Mrs. Smith had retired for has suspended the publGation of the Herine. His wife do

the rwoat sere s f toge in p t o en years as a revered inmate e n. thly letin until next January. without it, and ma n koeat o toued t te prt ein a
athe ntaT e hats thes ef eon th Mr. ed ughter's family, and had greatly en- f M i w hom h e Fonorid oret and t e. nber. Tea i and d t Teot heirp oeotsoun h

anteto study suj tond gfre "e degre ." e rse tae ndu wbh oo Misses Adele Girard, o L zabeths War- it. centa For sal Alady r tl- erp. from arS ate o t pthat an tra
thernor was nfrao anthirciiesTefnro Church Notice W d the fall and Eloise G:rarde raher and tt bookeper on the this

was expected to attha r. first Bantist Church. Rev Frank W The practice of breaking in yount Capt. William C. Coom, son of the work there, and comabot the ame inthest
when tsathea gan pr pnedh inRtepyev.f Wer- rBgamd pea Noor. Wman Dir. Wooin he o t pl st r ips o e t hatroller, and Messrs. S. E. Cobb testi ial to her ability. t
Mt Governor no Bt, kon r o ny M 1. assstrepedtod b hy l e apertnisied to yeonthrayndure Iht Woultb t he laether being aunato of laatteben Nam .

Sthoe nxoer J n. ni .dt Gor v- w rdn [r'oe Morning subject aOn what con Th dangerous and uriemly, ole experienced druggist of riend Oak, ru-e ia.
seem to pe in a pOltlr o K hOW see^ hn;v;^'diato ciaty. 38t.Pi*k|f" E ve ultimore Ro placeher,,lte Atat r. t dkrell Nl.a-n-v-n-,r.. st Indsies weaoy Maode underlwearoceaD
Governor BJenrnoa d ha sreat ern oen subt. E" wa of eron"m rliende mor has it, have purstased the Tlls. Mr. Editor -As there seems to bns
wth the ernorernor Brow rd. nd Bible School at 10rers were Messrs. GeJunor Baptist eve fr the ir ummer ou in ow o woman Drug Companytte's sto re from Dr. Henry Plmer, prth e name nt of the
de he waet n thtern- Union, 3 F. W. Senior B P William Child, eigh ty years oia mountain rion her feature may be, withcan be called pretty Board f State Medical Examiners, wae
pec se sa the ot e onam e L. C. Y eger Jo. S. Winthrop and F. The manoy friends. I ncorporate ion ststo the t n ote r om

an official c..ter.Th n Gilmore. onmusic was mofurnished Wcoia rd are congr W Dematulatingll him on his re- company and do business at in e sam e injusti a presided at rular
and undersmento there, the fact thant th by a large volunteer c We including cover f ri. -at encountch. i fid dig e andion theBoard tJaO ll
exGovernoanr was in consultation withMiss Jessicome ou. ndon, Miss Jane spell of dengue fever. Embroideryw blotched Silk Embroidery Cotton the p which es could have bein illedon thbyour
him yesterday ges rthGovernor Brow- Clark, Mrs. Chs. G. Myers, Mrs. Ge The Florida Horuinewtd" stings thusly: nd Battenbe Thliveread and boweai Ono 27 appcan, onpe bht yng lyb-e

some c rle ther Dtbelief ohat Mr. BPe s, BeMrs. H tor. Gamble u l R. J. Evans' yr does notnauseate ing aen themn tuch Satetion was
tsc eed osheret o. Bonhf Picketh PMraun T adprie, OevMontruthhurs aela r tf Piles ih e, wdtand'A la e.
Bhrwnfrmet havD B a Hoty u lphur Springs o.. ne youtet dwnnha tellowisaad anoedoee" A n u ou^^
Jennings in reference to the cppoi int-hymnse bind', .b u r ,. MtaS el. the on- lane tie so e, a s ee t c On last Thursday morniy s thte relr- that Irtwrot that article ..t
me n it t Mr M A Brown met anriveoreou vrup, an tey to bless the home ofMrs. still think as I d t hen. But I am in
^ "retary t tne Sovernor exph ,,,, ........... ......-........ n n thefntlthathe w out and victor hus tli n -,,e -- vn ,,vp., --
Those who are doing the talking in thi rendered with ipe Mr. H. N. Sweeping has returned, John Billingsley. of Leon cou nya winehfor ed hat te ur0 w trsen to Pay

case state that if Mr. Brown was here ehoe from the North ad'Ea d htwhere soersn. Mrs. B. an was Mie rin the wor ha
tae Fsovernor, wthe wer pe. ps t u,. h, R W The practice of to e Waking in young t al ssee untilthe day she uwas which amounts to about the slmede
his should have seen Mr. Appointed, ndf t rhs es l, tastm. i whe h k horses d on the public streets is one that married to Mr. Baltimngre, and thtf end, except twill make the act lega
eice to Governor t Jenninas th, o .n the pastor Sunday at 11 a. m. and e7. should not be permttedtocontinue. It 'course they have the crats 'ulations of GORG G aNnd f" ow.
the other handl .it is said tfy some whor pr Morning subject, "On what con is dangerous and unseemly. h their many Tallahassee fi end . east y fter n ee of
seem to be in a position to know that i may we exectarevivl" Even- Supreme Jusfor Btimcoe Robt. pe her e lSeAk sarueI aene ande Inrer n severall weeks o o railroad chea.
Governor Jennings has gre after inf uence d to n .ne v t 4 o n Cr B uner e ceoa. .meet!ng. Women te wor M. unell M. and their
with the Governor than has Mr. Kni the. oi t.hbe nnte "ImTh rew oer Peand family returned home last Fridanions t te meme rsnprol whichnow near summer Jpevant at th er
m. .- --...Bibl 1 at 10.... m. Junior Baptist event ing from their summer outing B mrk. aer jourment o meat elu .c., arexsidet of theo
il te name ad oe is onn non, 3 p. m. Senior B. P. U., 4.30 the Georgia m mountain region. there features may blode marchalled to the toward of Statn home Medict wk examines, wak
i the ren tof thoveaor Brwar. and tract p. m. Every person is most t ugu. te ordiallv me E m h restaurant over P i Myckler s store p.Dmos n andpesiden wdt Degtur e
cot.nered the weaeat man watn the or i invited to worship with us. We will Mr. Harry W. Demilly has accepted a._ M iF- r enjoyedI an oyster sud er and a pmreseithean redatrned a l St-
Tuswt thtwopFru itSyerpubadsdlc!sio ft oard atJs.o v

wc. 4.-A telepum oaecae fom oe ll he ,c c l a etettetearssallowblotchedcomplexions b day, at which examination there wer e It
hiyesterday. give the impression in em to be methn littlepeculiar wilol re s stimulating the liver and bowels. Orino 27 applicants, one bright young lady be
tme circles that Mr. Brownehas. theBTekttaedn d s. SuLaxativeFruitng S drosnatly from the virulentg among them. uch attention wa

cmivate sscion tothe Governor hat ........ l .... poison of undrested food, C G Gra W T. BANNUmA will do your Surh
comnamed foreifof Dfn vhi l Cpok nty, W-Hon. T. L. Clark, of Monticello, buto r gripe and is mild and pleasant to ivey anywhetomportan t questions cover. P..
thathe hasinformbeen wa conferring with Mr. cRev. B. C. Horton, Sulphur Springs, always at home among his hosts of Tal- thtake. Remember thed." name Orino hand the practice of their profession.
Jennings. t did, afterenc e toartivin in the tox., writes, July 19. 19, : e m phvelachaee friends, was i the cpt mmitygKin eo refuse. o tob ive way substitute. told Mr. D. F. Richardson desirmtmhroug
Oct.m3.s-U.While theo teristilrday moingdoubt, Jurse bo in my family Ballard's Snow Lini, Wednesday oe n offial business by all dealtvers a. t this newspaper to return ofMr s t
inceang, the f r teroftheM privAte senhaye .proved certainly satisfactory. The Mr. Roscoe C. Snipes has hosts of Job Printers, non-union, can got good those citizens w6 so kindly subscribe
tofhis son, Mr. M A. Brown, to for headache and pains. The cough a ng in the fact etht ew aory with the H. &W B. Drew Company, w heledhim su a tri to Pot

vmis ed the place. Net has been our doctor for bthe lt over the several weeks tussle with Jacksonville, Fla.-,.,-3t land. Or beegon lately a $0 premodeium, He

;amo nt a m great dathintmentate that Mrs treatme. -re 1 tre reatt i- anw one of my Igod Ta U Menda Mr..avd Chaira, one of od teoa a fiantahed with modem improvement.

friends oftie Governor in Duval Coun- umph and discovery of modern surgery. has been quite active in warning people; bet citises, who [arms extensively on and is now ready to accommodate a few
ty, who thoht the appointment would Chamberlain's Pan eBal actl on tMs and I believe he i pe- e Chrea p entwtii near Chairmselect boarders. tf
to tonewho had earnd it through seame prmile. It I. an antiseptic, and UO, therefore tis istodas hiS Station. was a his Tallahasse --
SoUtkial toaSty to the Governor more when app led to such injuries, cause md, wUe a those who have been friendsalin Monday. Stag got LeAN
Mr. grown. There was one ele- them to alvery quickly. It also allays mledy hinLm. 1dmul tly and On the St. A tine road or in Tal-
mnt in poltim in Duval, however, who the palsas$ rene and prmtens I have alwa known that tylimd 4d a th makfortume to loe two valm s.,ase on Stmber 16th, a par of
Saeeptedth applatmit with a great danger of od poieng. Keep a not originate fr the na n a mre, a orne and ree ol- old.tyle Cuff Buttons. top set with
deal S of pleas r. It was the elnt tte of Palt Ba win your he, and it gs here. As evidm i that y e W. them and pearls centre. Liberal reward
which had bes lastre..sental .inwvin .saveym time andm ., towawwmod& be er U_ .l m or et .
the udie* to the late W. Bmnthond Piek- meatss tho tis onveniceiand m ev w velf t%60* la ,ntt-4L
ett. sawete thst that Mr. mm h entaL Fr Me malarial ver. do mo have wi o jston h"i ----i ---
r bo w Ie S-* otoseessed d1 e iter et diseases mat o Itb& is l. Iate See Collins f Net Job Pumlatg.

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uJM 6. COLUL risoeer.

Catered w Sestand Cisa Mattr March SI. 1906, at
the Pot Ofice at Trflaha.. Florida. undrmo
Aet f Congrem of March ,. 217.L
Office in Telephone Buildinf. Corner Adams and
Clinton strecti. Telephone No. 190.

RubMcrtpti'm. I.() Per' Year. in Advae.
AdvwrtltinM Rates tn Application.

Tallrhass*, FrIday, October 13, 1W5.

Aren't you glad you are not a New messes of voters excite his most ardent
York life insurance official ? admiration, is but an example of the
Sh t -s c .- consuming thirst for power which actu-
What a spectacle J. Temple Graves at both great and small alike
would make rattling around in Senator s bothDavid Graham Phismall a thought-ke.
acon s pla.e!.. ... ful and popular writer, has recently
Now is the time for fraternal and as- said: "The custodian of concentrated
seasment life insurance axsociationA to power may be an enthusiast like Mor-
get in some good work. gan, or a cold and stomach-like Rocke-
The Prebterian College of Florida feller, or a suddenly crazed Schwab or
was successfully opened last we,.k at Gates; he may be a professional cor-
Eustis, under the auspices of the South ruptionist, a Platt or Croker; he may
Florida Presbytery. be a Dowie or chief man of a Mormon
.. - .. .- church; he may be a Debs or a Sam
Have yo r h ard of any professional Parks. The condition of the possession
nurse or physi' ian volunteering to goto of power produces always the same re-
Pensacola and relieve those overworked suit of delirium, dangerous delirium.
and almost exhausted nurses and doc- Some are mad for money; others are
tors? ..-.. .. -. -. mad for fame, which they cannot din-
The Massachusetts State Democratic tinguish from notoriety; others again
convention last week nominated Gen. have the desire to rule in its simplest
Chas. W. Bartlett for governor, and form. But they all go the same way.
complimented Roosevelt for bringing * whatever their motives, the
about peace in the Far East. net result is the same rule or ruin."
Gainesville's marshal captured a An insatiable thirst for power is in
"blind tiger" proprietor the other day, separable from an insane hunger for
and Gainesville's mayor imposed a fine money, which not only h-.lps to gain
of $600 in the case. Why can't Talla- power, but is one of its principal re-
haee squelch a few of the law- suits; and the character of the means
breakers? used for procuring both naturally be-
At a meeting of the Board of Control comes a matter of indifference to the
in Jacksonville lat week plans for the victim of the delirium The political
University buildings at Gainesville boss who bends the will, if not the con-
were accepted, and the work of con- sciences, of his associates to the: pro
struction will begin in December. The motion of his individual purposes is apt
architects whose plans were chosen to reward them for their complacence
were Edwards & Walter, of Columbia, by allowing them minor driblets of
R. C. power or opportunities for the unlawful
-' - acquiring of money. This in the mean-
Have you received a copy of the (;ov- ing of the new and eminently express-
ernor's Message yet. It is neatly bound ive word which has recently been in-
in boards and every Florida printer corporate intoour language "graft"
should secure a copy. It would also be Until quite recently the average Flor-
worth your while to file and keep copies idian would have regarded as an insult
of each department reports as refer- to his State an intimation that graft
ence books. They will come in god I was possible within its borders as a
some day. -.. , ... prerogative of official position. Irmli-
The mysterious disappearance last vidual officials in isolated cases had oc-
week of ex-Clerk I. J. McCall.of iHam- casionally "gone wrong," but always
Ilton county, complicates the matter of with prompt and effective measures en-
the recent investigation of his accounts, suing to save the public from los and
in which, according to the report of the prevent possible repetitions of disaster.
State Auuitor, he was shown to be short Not until a vicious and irresponsible
some $2,500. He had in his possession, loal faction, by methods which would
when last seen about $1,200 in money. not bear the searchlight of investiga-
Ills family have offered a reward of tion, succeeded in imposing upon the
$400 for Information concerning him. lDemocratic party of the State a candi-

Convict Captain Carter is going
through the investigation mill, and
making a desperate effort to prevent
the U. S. authorities from recv.-ring
some of his ill-gotten graft. I[He has
even gone so far In its defense as to
proclaim his deceased father-in-law,
whom he used for a "fence," as a liar,
His partners in crime, (Green, and

G(aynor, after exhausting the ingenuity
of their lawyers and the patienceof the
people of this country in efforts to en-
cape punishment, have at last been
taken to Georgia to stand trial for their
offenses. May they get what Carter
got, only more of it!
The State superintendent of insurance'
of Missouri has sent a communication
to John A. McCall of the New York
Life Insurance Compaty demanding
that the $147,702 campaign fund contri-
bution be replaced in the, treasury of

date for governor whose peculiar char-
acteristics were widely known enough
to alarm tho masses, and who, rather,
was generally regarded as '"tricky but
harmless, did Floridians realize that
they had adopted into the political fam-
ily a firebrand that was to overturn all
previously conceived id 'as of public
virtue and civic worth, and inaugurate
a carnival of personal aggrandizement,
fortite'd by such power as belonged to
high official position
The sequel of this disastrous political
error has been abundantly manife.4ted
in the succession of obseequent events.,
some of which The True lDemocrat has
endeavored to set forth in such plain
langua.te that "'he who runs may read,"
and others of which remain to be ex-
ploited as time and opportunity may
.1ust now, we earnestly desire to in-

the company, under penalty of revxca- voke the thoughtful and patient consid-
tion of the company's license to transit oration of our contemporaries of the
aet business in Missouri for failure to State press to the series of iwrform-
comply with the demand. The comrmu- nces attributed to the Jennings ad-
nication alao informs president McCall ministration as thus far exlpoed and
that the Missouri department of insur- discussel, and to urge them to carefully
ance will Insist on a new president. vice test the truth of what has been said of
resident and financial committee for them, to the end that a consensus of
C New York Life Insurance,, ('Complany
just as soon a the directors can j.s- opinion may ensue that will enable the
ly effect the reorganization Now let Democratic pros. of Florldna to unite in
other Southern States follow suit! a sincere endeavor to correct the evils
S that have resultel from the temporary
The True Democrat purlom. esto work, capture of the party organization by a
"In season and out of season, for the vicious and unprincipled faction of in-
best interest of the public along all urgent mischief-makers, and that will
lines and on every public issue, but restore to the party its former well-
"knockers" and "kickers" who may earned reputation for "good govern-
urg us to take up their private g:iev- .
S as to take up their private riev-ment, honesty in public office; equal
aasse must remember that we (do, not justice to all, and special privileges to
propose to attack any and everylbdy, none.
just because they wish to have us do --n. .
so fer their individual benefit. If they Skica Keadache Cured.
know of wrong doing on the part of Sick headache i. caused by derange-
any public officer, let them do as we do, meat of the stomach, and by indigestion
make their attack over their own sig-, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
natures. Our columns are open to the i lets correct thee disorders and effect a
whole public conditioned only that mat- cure By taking these tablets as soon
ter for publication must be suitable in as the frest Indication of the disease
language, and accompanied by names of appears, the attack may be warded off.
the writers. For sale by all druggists. *

Human nature is about the same
throughout all of the generations of
men that have existed since the world
began. The intoxication which attends
the posesilon of power over one's fel-
lows-political, religious or financial --is
one of the most powerful weaknesses-
to use an apparent paradox-which the
human understanding is capable of ex-
The petty politician who aspires to be
a "boss," and who imitates in his puny
way the methods of "influential" polit-
ical leaders whose arbitrary control over

ceed in size 100 pages! How is that for the Record, that that is just what the hoped for by Governor Browara in car-
a comparison of the requirements of people will do at the next general elec- trying out his drainage planners to lower
that office with an interval of only three tion: 1,200 square miles) permanently from
years intervening? That conditions exist in the adminis- four to six square feet. If this can be
But, to do "equal justice to all," we tration of government affairs that need accomplished it will drain thousands of
r.4forming is a self-evident fact. For a acres of saw-grass lands on or about the
must consider the fact that of the 60time every day that passed brought to surface of the lake, and to eause the
pages referred to, 165 pages were de- light some new act of rascality. Every Everglades to dry up, except in some of
voted to an appendix reciting the num- paper in the country published dis- the deeper lagoons. The Everglades
bers and dates of a large number of patches telling of graft in some depart- can never be classed as a sheet of water,
State 1bondsrf u 1a n a n andment of government or commercial ac- even in the wettest period of the year,
State bonds refunded and cancelled, and tivity. There was a cotton leak and a and with the overflow of Lake Okee-
the official correspondence relating tobacco leak, and indications pointed chobee turned into canals running to
thereto. Deducting this extraordinary that theentire departmenalgovernment ocean and gulf, and not only carrying
feature, the remainder of the report, was rotten to the core. Now we have off this overflow of the lake, but also
comprising 49 pages, may fairly b for our consideration, and to some it is the waters of the Everglades, the plan
comprising 495 pages, may fairly be a matter for alarm, the scandal and un- to drain several millions of acres would
compared with that of Comptroller earthing of dishonest methods on the be accomplished. It is evident, how-
Reynolds for 1900. How was it possible part of the insurance companies. The ever, to make this gigantic plan a com-
to swell the incomeof the State printer government plinter has been displaced. plete success, that not only one large
and in our own State some of the pa- canal must be cut into the St. Lucie
on this single item .i5 per cent? pers are endeavoring to prove that river, but the south canal would have to
One way was to duplicate the list of there has been graft in the awarding of be opened into the Gulf and several
State pensioners, which was first the State printing, other large canals would have to be
printed altogether, occupying 65 pages. Do these facts indicate that our sys- opened into the Atlantic and the Gulf.
printed altogether, occupying ted (notpages, tern of government is lacking in any The ditches will have to have a ca-
and then chopped up and reprinted (not particular? We think not. It is too pacity for carrying off water greater
exactly reprinted, either, but the same trite to repeat that the remedy is in the than that of the streams entering the
type inserted in other places) in a series hands of those who exercise the right lake, and pouring their volumes of
of county statements, a new feature, of suffrage. It is evident on the face water into the lake during the pro-
of it that if honest men were put in tracted rainy seasons, to make a per-
apparently Invented for the especial office honest administration of govern- manent success of the plan; and this
purpose of swelling the size of the re- meant affairs would be the re.u!t. Any- appears to be the object of Governor
port. These county statements consist one knows this, and the question is how Broward.
exclusively of matter previously printed to arouse the public's conscience to the For the entirefour yearsof the in-
in the report -like the pension list-in up and rid the country of these evils, cumbency of the late Hon. Wm. H.
its proper place, and simply made use The alarmists who are crying that Reynolds as Comptroller, the annual
of again, rearranged so as to collate this country is going to destruction at a reports of that official aggregated 353
he break-neck speed are unsafe leaders
under the name of (ach county the va-and do little toward moulding public pages; for the ensuing four years, under
rious items of fact o( which the county opinion. Comptroller Croom, the annual reports
statements are composed. This new Every crisis has been successfully met aggregated 1,642 pages, an increase of
feature, altogether needless and un- by the government, and every crisis more than 395 per cent in this single
called for, occupies over 300 pages. rms at the ballot box, however, are item of official printing. This enor-
Thus it appears that of the 495 pages not brought about in aday, or in a year. mous mass of badly-executed work was
of the report proper, 300 pages was It has taken years in more than one in not made necessary by any abnormal in-
madle up of matter repeated unneces- stance for the people of this country to crease in the transactions of the office,
marily. As the State printer, under his come to a realization that reform was t ai
y As the Sate printer, und neer his cesary. When such a realization did but bears all the ear-marks of a "put-
contract, received at least 45 cents per break on the voting populace the result up job," to make unlawful gain out of
page for printing the Comptroller's re- was quick and final. So it will be with the people, and could not have been
port, and 50 cents per page for the same the grafters. When the voting popula- possible under the administration of
mattert emdracedinthppae oM e sage n tion of America come to realize thatthe
matter embraced in the "Message and government is rotten and that a new i such a man as Reynolds. Is it any
Documents," the amount of this item regime is needed, the result will be in- wonder that the belief generally pre-
of graft, so far as we can now know evitable. Whether the Republican party vailed that the Comptroller and the
anything about it from the face of the will be placed in the background and State printer were unitedly interested
the Democratic party again placed in .
record, was $2K5 quite a tidy sum. power cannot be foreseen. A revolu- in a miserable scheme to extract the
Whether that was all he got out of it tion at the ballot box can, however, be people's money from the State treas-
we have no mnians of knowing without safely predicted ury for an unnecessarily exaggerated
resort to the receipted vouchers. Thte past historyof this country is not mass of slouchy work?
such as would indicate that the people mass f slouchy work?
B ut com pure' this-495- ag reportt w ith . ... . . .
can be fooled all the time. It rather The items of graft in the New York
the graft eliminated, with Reynold.' indicates that they are quick and dei- Mutual Life Insurance Comnany'a offi
last-named report of 100 pages This nite in their decisions against false ideas i Mutual fe Insurance Company's offi
is still nearly d,ul,le the size of that! and erroneous theories. The need, cial family include annual "compensa-
ow did it happen? One WY w as t therefore, in this country today is an tion" as follows: To President McCurdy,
How did it happen? One way was to awakening of public conscience. The $150,000; to two vice-presidents, $50.000
swell the report of railroad and tele- press is a powerful factor in moulding each; to another, $17.5- ; to another
graph as..srnnts from 31 pages in public opinion. The Freat journals are each; to another, $17.500; to another
Reynolhs' asPm report to K3 pages! not predicting immediate and inevitable I $10.000; to a general manager, $25,000;
Iere n' 52a e more of graft ac- destruction, but are rather throwing the I to a treasurer, $50,000. The general
Here .r. ,.' pa ,es more of graft ac- searchlight of the press on the affairs manager was Robert McCurdy, son of
counted for, at 95 cents per page. mak- of the government and giving to the the president. Louis Thebaud, the
inu" a trifle less than $50, and making public the true facts. With these facts the resident. Louis Thebaud the
the aggregatvof unwarranted imposi- before them. the people will in their president's son-in-law, was a member
t n of te S own good time bring about the reform. of a firm of agents of the company
tion ulion the taxpayers of the State The alarmists have no reason for panic. which received $247,000, of which The-
foot up $335. and making the hornet There is reason for reform, and the re- baud got $147,000. Robert also got
size of the report apparently only 43 form will inevitably come about. baud got $147,000. Robert also got
,. - $1,163,X29 in commissions on foreign
pages larger than the Reynolds report. -$ ..,2 $ in "commissions on foreign
Sl a rger ade. The News has always been an anti- business," and $541,852 on "domestic
'his 4.3 pages was doubtless made up corporation paper It has always op- business." Thebaud's total commis-
by campingng. which is a good tech- posed the trusts and done its little best sions amounted to $920,113. Besides
nical term for cutting off the tip end of against their influence in politics; yet sions amounted to 920113. Besides
a table from a page which would easily our support has always come from the these items, large sums were paid to
have held it all, and running the conservatives--the people who do not attorneys and others for "legislative
like our politics. The people who ought work;" and a costly apartment house.
stampedd fragment over on another to be on our subscription lists-the belonging to the company and occupied
page to make another page in the count people are conspicuous by
count. Instances of this practice are their absence. Why is this thus?-Mon- by four of the McCurdy family, valued
frequent throughout the volume. ticello News. at $203,056, yielded a net income to the
Tnis is enough for the present Should Suppose you try making a newspaper company of two and three-tenths per
occasion arise, we may consult the re- for the whole people railroads and cent. What a family picnic it was!
ceipted vouchers on file, and make' a .
more accurate statement of this inter- other corporations included; with a Hon. Arthur T. Williams is known as
eating matter. motto something like ours "equal one of the cleanest men in business or
JENNINGS SOARD NNB R$. rights to all" (including the corpora- political life in Florida. But, reading
A BrO At eu u t iv tiuns), and "special privileges tonone." lst week's Tallahassee True Democrat,
A correspondent requests us to give --. one would not think so. Lake City In-
the names of the members of the Board When an honest man is unjustly dex.
of Trustees of the Internal Improve- charged with wrong-doing he becomes We have always believed what issaid
meant Fund when the needless sale of naturally indignant at the injury to his above of Mr. Williams, and indiscussing
large tracts of the most valuable State good name, and immediately denies the his connection with the land grab de-
land in Florida- in Taylor, Lafayette and charge. and seeks, by producing evi- scribed in these columns we said nothing
Jefferson counties was made to tur- dence of its falsity, to clear his good which could be regarded as an intima-
pentine operators and speculators. The name and reputation from the damag- tion of wrong-doing on his part. He is
names are as follows: ing imputation. Otherwise, when those said to have performed "extensive and
W. S. Jennings, Governor; who are guilty, and know it, are ac- valuable services to the fund" in nego-
A. C. Croom. Comptroller; used. They maintain a discreet but tiatingthesale, forwhich "theftnd"did
J. B. Whitfield, Treasurer; significant silence that can almost be not pay him a cent, so far as the record
W. B. L.amar. Attorney-General; felt-it is so profound. They dare not show; but, on thecontrary,theboardre-
B. E Mcl.in, Commissioner of Agri- deny; they are afraid of the proof, quiredthepurehasertocompsnmtehim,
culture. .They pretend to ignore their seeuasers which it, aeems he did, though to what
Wasn't it a Jennings board, all right? and the accusations; but, in the esti. extent, save as disclosed by subsequent
i...s eese matlon of afl righteous people, they events, does not appear.
Mr. J. D Cay has just gotten in a fine thus in *effet admit the truth of every- Munr
lot of stock. him before you pur- thing that has been said of their ae.I
chase. tiona. atee*te endag netSiomh





A *M.M. ITAC.* rM,. MIIis 3 niBUi i
Something we said in last week's is. Under the above eaption the thought- If maymewSppeOT hInFlm b titled
se about the unnecessary enlarge. ful and accomplished 9dtor f the Bar- to be quoted as an, eri m h sb.
ments of the volume of State printing tow Record publishes an article which jeet of "danlnhw the vugladeas,
during the Jemnings regime led us to we gladly reproduce below, cheerfully which is one of Governor Browad's pet
make a brief investigation, and a com- adopting its rather optimistic conelu- schemes, It is the Fort Myer Pres,
prison of one of the most flagrant in- sion, that whenever the masses of the published nearest to that mysterious
stances of this peculiar species of graft people are sufficiently advised of the region. Here is what it says:
with the uniform economy of previous existenceof condition requiring united The terr "Draining the Everglades"
administrations. The result was not action on their part, in the direction of hap"l b a soe mentthoat man
unexpected, but was somewhat start- reform, they may be relied upon to act, Everglades and Lake Okeehobe
ling, even to one reasonably familiar and act promptly. Such condition ex- are one and the same, and that to drain
with the history and record of that reck- listed from 1901 to 1904 in Florida, and such a great body of water as Lake
less and unprecedented period. its effects still blight the good name of Okeechoee would ruin the penlimate of
The official report of the State Comp- the party which (nominally, at least) theouthern end of the eninula of
troller for the year 1903 was, indeed, a stands for good governmental condi- The fact is that the Everglades are
wonder! It contained 660 pages, and tions. It is the province of the press southof the lake and below it.
was nearly two inches an thickness! to point out the wayof reform: it is the be necessary to di canals or 20 feet
The largest report issued by Comp- prerogative-and the duty -of the peo- in depth, and this, of course, would be
troller Reynolds (fcr 1900) did not ex- ple to effect it. And we believe with impracticable. The most that can be



eamnsa gcwf



The Curative Power of PE-RU-NA
in Kidney Disease the Talk
of the Continet,.
Nichnlaa J. Hertz, Member of Ancient
Order of Workmen, (Capitol l, 14, l'earll Street Hlutel, Albany, .,
"A few mnnthA ago I contracted a heavy
cold which 'settled in my kidneys, and eachl
time I waas expoi-se, to ine'lement weather
the trouble was aagravate-'until finally I
was unable to work.
"After trying many of the advertised
remedies forkidney trouble, I finally
took Perunla
"In a week the intense pains in my
back were much relieved and in four
,weeks I was able to take up my work
"I still continued to use Peruna for an-
other month and at the end of that time
I was perfectly well.
"I now take a dose or two when I have
been exposed and find that it is splendid
to keep me well."
Hundreds of Cure.
Dr. Hartman is constantly in receipt of
testimurnals from people who have been
cured of chronic and complicated kidney
disease by Peruna. For free medical ad-
vice, address l)r. Hartman, President of
The llartman S taniitairnm, C('olnmbu., ()ho.


$5 000 R. R. Fare Paid. Notes Takej
BoardatCost. Write QuLc.hk
The ITeorrotes having learnDl to
road Enulish, no lonLy 'lme ci ul
elapse until they should, have oeIIouu-
ter(.d th"- word's:
"It was a soft, lilnr!ng stuff, that
accentuitt'rl rather than re:mi'oal,.l
her charms ."
A young mail of th, tribe saw thorn
"Mother." salfd she. "what was thei
stuff the young lady wa.s clotlaed in'?"
Theo l(der woman confoi>sed hers-.lf
"Iossibly It was cxail soot," she
ventured. recalling the wonderful
tales told by those adv,,entirers who
had gone out to St. Iouis many, many
years ago.-Puck.
.Tapan's fisherles 'rnmi)lay '.00.ono.O
people. anil 1o,(Iono,0(0 men, wonien
and chil Iron are salpport"l thereby.

Co0l.l .No it hu Iir L.;yes 0o InIhl<-|-orry
L.u 11 a laoa l Mial-4pelat stlOoon Itu,'ior
-UlIj' (rew Wura te-Uurel by
CuILiia&. -'or o*.
"A scab toinud on any baby'. face,
spt ,l ~jaj, ulli at Plulu ti ..J tl i L ult, lu,,uowed by DIl.&, lim -
ila; t!J1 iy Ouin iii lal'i1U .a uIo .ll1La ill
miaoir e li 11 bol) y. I llIIt' lt'n l in l nliaa te'l
to dr t Ullt l undII L ..atl auts IJ adn ill: cuUlil
aUt.l n llUtL llU tl to I <.pe (UlttC UlLut il
ati d allUL Ut \,allt I ,L( Uba.u li .'jujp j UAL; Ulli t-
llull l.l iaAJt' a tb ui' ..I ,. u .l'. JJu.ctula di,,l
a1 cait Al.ieI. liladl ..us. u C'r iOu, sli. il .taij
81i0 i. al 'aulifE. Al:t'in %c e ptlut less tl.L.
0-) l UI LC ltI ld.-l.Ail t. UlaId ait'. ( ,gnlti.J
.lr. Gi. 11. lutin tr, Ji., S (3j letie;icl
.'k f, hisw,.uke<, \\,."

A German lavector hna4 devizld a
theatre which c:n be emptied of Its
nu.ltence in half a .ialnuto. Some of
our bad actor. had this beat a long
time ago.

Lttpr Fronm wareea Mayer. the Great
Patron of Meale and Drams.
Marcus It. Mayer. who brought to
Aneriea .11ie. 'Pattl, luse, Salvini.
(-<'oquellu saImt othlr
S5 famnwus singers and
Sectors, writes:
(; entlemen: I wish
B as manly sufflTerig
il -en andl wOmela e as I
an reach to know

D earn'ss Kidney rPil.
"' l I was greatly benp.
tied by this remedy
/ and know it cured
several who bad kidney trouble bad.-
ly they were agonized with pain In tLc
back. head and loins. rheumatic at-
tacks and urinary disorders. 1 am
glad to recommend such a deservinl
signedd) MARCUS B. MATER.
Sold by all dealers. 80 centa a bol.
oester-MUlbmra Co. Buffat N 7. -.



Cuban Liberal Candidate for Presi-
dent Scores Palma Regime.


Says Political Coercion and Oppression
is Rampant in Islands--President
Palma Denies Allegations.

"Liberty is dead in Cuba, and the
condition oi affairs there is worse
than it ever was under Spaish rule,
even in the most ferocious periods
of the Weyler government. Financial
ruin and dishonor face the people, if
things continue as they are and tho
nation will be convertc.l into onu her-
editaiy rule."
That de-1'lration was made in New
York Tuesday night by Ge'neral Jose
M.gut'l Gounei, governor of the prou.
ince of Sa'ita Clara and candidate of
the liberal party for the prtsidentcy
of Cuba, at thie New Amste.rdani ho-
tel, where hle Is :toppinlg.
"I am ha re to rest for some days,"
he (on:lnuele, "and to breathe th'j
air of liberty that is la king In my
own country, and for which I have
fought so long.
"On false charges the government
assassinates the liberals, the Jails aro
filled with political prisoners, and we
have no hope of justice from Judges
and magistrates who recognize no lay.
but the will of the government. We
are hindered in casting our votes and
Cuba is now suffering a reign of ter-
ror never tquialed under Spanish tyr-
anny. It wau such things as these
that nimde us withdraw from tii, elec-
tions. Pl'blii funds are used for elec.
toral purposes. The sanitary cond,-
tion of the island Is a disgrace. The
Cuban gov',rnniunt has employed thou-
sands of men in tlie sanitary de part-
ment, but for vo l)ig, not working g
IU ripos's.
"It has l ai nm<' fim all lw- ', to dare
to opp>i'a s the giov rtni init without

ri sk of'
is a

as lie


::,'"s lilet ardil iti art'. For what
pl,'ti.n in Cubila t l.' I'niteal
go''rtillin'it ha a direct re-
illty. Palma is *nall,'dl to do
Is ioin -nI only hy telling the
ve./y (day that in casm of rev.
or dlisordlr the l'nited Stateq
w, 'il tIroots to pullnilsh their

I Ian to 4:::a 'ain t h I'.a.nIIa gov Ieri-
dp nI ;;t.
S "I lpli!evo that if the I'latt ameni d-
mont hol's the I'ni ''l States govern-
menait r,sponsinMl for order in Cuba, it
Should never be taken for supporting
the unlawful acts of the present gov.
ernment and to serve as a screen
for the commission of such acts as
have been committed against the op-
ponents of that government. It Is the
duty of the United States to send
troops to rmunlsh them and to sus-
tain the Paln: geovrnimenot.
"If the U'nited States should in-
tervene In theI matter of the (-:ections
and Insist that thel,;;' election should
ie, carried on it would he prov'l that
'0 p(er cent of the l-opulation are lib-
eral. That :proportli.n of the people
hate Palma and his oppreFalon worse
than they hated Wvylhr. for the con-
ditlon e('na<(:ed andl enforced are
worso than ever existed under Span.
ish dominion."
Before leaving Cihuba, Gomoz ton-
dered his resignatio as., candidate for
president in order, an ho mid. to give
the convention full liberty in its pro-
ceedings. I'pon his arrival in N"w
York he was inJormedl that the con-
vention was held lat Sunday and it
decided nuot to acoept the resigna.
LUtrue 8ays Palmas.
A special from Havana msys: When
shown the statenwnts made by Gen-
eral Jose Miguel Gomes, who w ac
candidate of the liberal party for the
presidency of Cuba upon his arrival
In New York, President Palma reed
them earefnlly and returned them
with the laconic remark:
"You know very well that those
things are ,ot true."

Will 8St S161N IN WASMiUION -.

Pece Treeay Wid sBe Ratirted by Jap end
eWseila lepreeenatstes at Cpital.
Ratifications of the treaty of Ports-
mouth will be exchanged at Wkahing.I
ton between IItron Rosen, the Rus.
slan ambaasador, and Mr. Takahilra,
the Japanime minlsler, as soon as
these important documents are re-
coleved from St. Petersburg and Ta.
The ratlflcatlons will contain the
French and Ioglish texts of the tree-
ty. This was decided at a confer.
Once Wednesday between Baron Ro-
see aMd Mr. ToaUhita.


'A oI

Ar I


War Secretary to Have Full Control
In the Digging of Big Ditch.


Will Report to No One Save President
Roosevelt--Goes to Isthmus in
November to Make Inspection.

A Washington special says: Secre-
tary Taft will sail on a naval vessel
from New Orleans for Panama about
November 1. It is not his intention
to remain %ery long on the isthmus,.
his main objectt Leing to talk with
Governor Magoon and Engineer Ste-
\fns and to look over the situation
as it now xls:; In the way of con-
strucition and preparation.
At the conference with the rcsi-
ident engineer whi'n it was decided.
to hlate the administration of the 'a..
nal in the war ipliartnirent, Secretary
Taft made it plain that if he was to
have the r(soi~illhility for the canal
l.e woutd lie supreme in itits manit.
agement, and there would be no n-
termediary between hiimsof and the
The secretary will take absolute
charge of all the important business
transactions regarding the construe-
tion and its management, operating
through the isthmilan commission.
A dispatch from Colon says: The
members of the advisory board of the
consultingg engineers of the Panama
canal devoted the whole of Monday
to an examination of the Rmpire
Culebra cut. going over the ground
and inspecting the lduimps and the
work already accomplished and now
in progress.
The party of engineers at the same
tile.', went to Pianalnia to re-examin"
thoe district around lalloca and other
matters at the aI'cifle terminlus of th(
a(anaL. l.at 'r in t'.i iaft'rnoo. the par
ty ( Il ut to I i (:In;i] i!t, wh' r, llh 'y \. a hina',, I ttha' can l
pa;t oIS, (ahi l.1 ai,dl p:luns. Illorc '[ Ji,'
i:tl'y l w .'s i.;rin< )nra tlh, lha':I ll: ti..
"" lit Iv \' i. all,.
A ll t1', !sitf)r'.- Ar In g.'oot l hla 'L It
'\(t p!i thlit til y' have In an i ranai ( ,I
bly hli' blit of gun; s' If, .

fOW (0110% S Of1 4)Ill IS USIFD.

Production and Distribution of Staple is
Shown itn Reprrt by Census Rareaeu.
'Th, a ":olsr buarrrai at W:asbingtorn
Moindy' i[-'sd a bulletin lhiowin th,
prodlia tlan anal l distrillutilon of the cot.
ton of tho I'r;ited States available
hlW't t r S itenimber 1, 1!.4i4. and Sep.
gtmber 1 1!0 ,. to le 14.45.,5..991 bales.
Of thiis tIl per cnt was exported, 3,I)
per cent was use lln flornestir ean
sulnp'ilm, l'avi:ig a stirplus (of 9 p t r
cent. Ti'h donlmeslltc toisnr;ftion Ill.
('lulde :;#;.77,; bales (1 stroy lad ahy fir'.
T le exI()r:. tl on anoIllat. Itt) o 4 .'l,. o
7."5; arId lIlI iurpli's a.' Of t ',,
tWo al l:1.':.,:'.27 Ia .'s a .r,,a in; l t,,,i,
It1 ltiml' r, i a f I '!4 na l the. rit'alrlt in that of r.,i,. O)f tha qiialtit co. rn.
slrinE'l Iin tl I'n !t l State.s .13l '-
bai 'sH were io,:1"l i northern an l 2,-
140,1.51 In 'onithern m ills.
In adlditlol to the totals. 1 449 I
hlns of for' ign cotton wrr. Imnportal .
in'o th, l':aiat I Stltf',; daring the


Wait Accompany the President as Far as
Atlanta---Other Members nof the Partv.
A le tter from Rertairy lAIoh to the
North ('ar>;i;a state fair authorltlirs
at Haleigh M;a),> that In tli' party with
I'reaident I o m1 velt o(n his visit '
Raltalh, (on O<-otler '.i. andl on hi:
southern trip will le Mrs. ltwM,.,.;t
and l nald, S' re'tary Ilt, b. ii ltrx, '<
generall HIx'y. I1. ('. I.aItta. John 1L.
McG(;rew John McIlhenniy Jhhtai IL.
Ireenway, I.. H. iroata, re'pras,.tita.
lives of thra. press assoelatiarns onta'
pbo'ogra ph.r, two per'ret sryit, nt' I
anl two ma as.nge.rs Mr'. l{ai<,,.Ilt

will a'orplarty thet par1y a far an


Kealackv Mob Which Sought to lynch
-egro ROeMt Outwilled i Novel Meaner. 4
On board the same train on which 4
ie was reltarned to the sverue of his |
alleged crime. Jame's Fowlker, colo,'. 6
*d. charged with assault on a white 7
woman at Clinton. liMckman county.' 7
Kentucky. was tried convicted and 9
sntenced to seven years in the peal-
Court wa held In the baggage
each on an Illinois Central train be- -
ause the authorities were afraid that
Powlker would be lynched If he were
Slowed to be taken off at Clinton. *

L C.


Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Wagonei

Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

Sugar MIlle and Kettles, MJll and Plumbers' Sup-

piles, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Diek Cultiva-

tore, Builders' Supplies and Sporting Goods.

If you can't find what you want you

may be sure Yaeger has it.


Confectioner & Crocer


Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 32.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,


Plans and Specifications furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
moulding, stair rails. baluaters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grille,
fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip-
Lion. Brick, Lime and Cement for sale.

All orders will receive prompt
to be first class In every particular.
Office, Shop and Lnumber Yard on

attention. We guarantee our work
Prices reasonable.
Seaboard Air Line, on lot South of
P. o. BOX I.



Schedule in Effect January 8, 1905.

2:25p 12:65p
2:55p 3:23p
6:07p 6:25p
11:00 p

43 35
Daily Daily
12:10a 9:25p
7:23a 12:12a
9:42a 2:37a
10:60a 4:30a
2:20p 9:10a
2: 67p 10;02a
5:101) 12:45p

33 41
Dally Dal

lv Newyork Ar.
Lv W. Phlla. Ar.
Lv Haltimo. Ar.
Lv Washton Ar..
Lv Richmond Ar
Lv Pet's'brg. Ar.
Ar .Nurllna Lv

D allIy
7: 23t
1: 48a
11 :Flp
6: 301)
4: 42p
2: 101)

6i: 30m
2: 35%
11: 17P
8: 36p
4: 55p
4: 09P
1: 40P

11: 30a
9: 50a
6: 23a
5: 49a

3S 32
ly Daily Daily

9:30p ...... 9:25&a lv Porttno'th Ar 5:30p ...... 7:50&
10:02p ...... 9:54a Lv Suffolk. Ar. 4:64p ...... 7:13
1:20a ...... 1:20p Ar .Norlina. Lv. 1:40p ...... 3: a0s

1:57a 5:13p l:40p Lv- .Norltna. Ar. 1:15p 1:35p 3:tla
2:25a 5:37p 2:10p Lv IHiul'dnm. Ar. 12:37p 1:10p 2:56a

9:00a ...... 4:10p Ar .Durham.. Ar. 10:05a ...... 6.00p

4:15a 7:.op 4:oop Lv ..Ralolgh. Ar. 1l:00& ll:50a 1:25a
6:20a h:rVp G:l p Lv So Pines. Ar. 8:30S 9:46a 11;20p
(Pinehurst J.)
7:15a 9:55p 7:.3np Ar Hamlet.. Ar. 7:30a 8:50a 10:30p

7:35as a -15p l,v llamlet.. Ar 7:10a 10:00p
53 9:l1f l1l:5n,'p Ar ..Monroe. Ly 5:40a &-35p 53
lily 9:15a 12:01aa Lv ..Monroe. Ar 5:35a 8:30p Daily
- 10:30a l:;Oa Ar ..Chfeter.. LY 4:06a 7:14p -
2:53p 11:47a 2:45a Ar Clinton ..Lv 2:45a O6:Op :;p
l:41p 12:33p 3:35a Ar Greenwo'd Lv 1:56a 5:15p ;:)p
i:08p 13:57p 4:02a Lv Abbeville. Ar 1:33a 4:60p 1:6p
4:46p 1:2&p 4:32a LT, CaL Falls. Ar 1:00a 4:21p l:3.0p
':23p l:62p 5:05a Lv Elberton At 12:28a 3:55p 13.:00*
:36p 2:5Op 6:09a Lv ...Athens .Ar 11:23p 2:67p 10:53a4
:20p 3:2fp 6:4a lv t..WiDtr. Ar 10:43p 2:23p 10.16a,
:56p 8:65p 7:20a lv Law'fle. Ar 10:10p 1:57p 9:45&
:20p 4:55p 8:40a Ar ..Atlatta .Lv 9:00p 1:00p 8.:40

For further Information regarding rates. Pullman reservations. e te.
apply to the underSilned.
MRD O aUitt-r. T. P. A.. 11 Pewbtree 8Street, Atlanta. Ga.
_W. CHRI.STAN,_A. 0. P. A, 11 Peachtree St., At4ita. 6a.




| JOHN 0. COLLv S, Proprietor.

Pillhohe Evtwry FRIDAY Morning.


?m mesase Throngs Crowd Piedmont Park in
Atlanta to Witness Initiation.
IThO gAtes Of tll' GeorgiaSt die fair
~tAtlanta wo-re' lthrow n 's wri to t.1i
orMLi t !) O'locii: Meir. ay mIfni(i f;'~

Igricuijtur.Al Mociefy and f ho Atlanta
aIr Ammo,:Iatlon fitnoonr tho grl~ati-stt
Alr ic-the! tatihamn known for ye~at
Jaafor,,,tel ly I rlauiis.ratedf.
rhl i- dy be'ga n c loiwy, hut t he sk ie-
hbad r',4'ared by Jtnomli and l the' houasiand,,
.4Jrf %,. Ijfors lofront e' 'ry ;iart of Iflhp
I~i-Ifiroijw'rl ttc'' yroeitinis all(]the
Imallli hugH iinulirg fljf nmariy ,'xhiiblf
tofl Gcorigl'piiipr~olin e' and eierri
AImpl-cinii jg the' lricary splieuidflI 111h.

r it itt jw -rire' O'oi'i vtj 1)),i1';11,
lot W'...44 cal 'r 'd arouiff 16i
Irneriy o x~ilhii IIII $, ali' iiric('ui'lri

Zn ,I. (Iee l frl, I '01 i ini']PA reW ahii~

plo iI iff. in a ri ''Dof' t rI h si IIt
'W I I 'g'I h 1 1 r v I. I i oi ra; '(I, ED 4i'if IA,
Aft'.rl ; p I''f y '4'IIi v I r'ii e'

I~~~:Al o~ijl i r IOff. sUmi. ,AHlavail

JIs"' frito i iv-'',' %f~ifll file' (.',intlol H 6 r
111ie' W Afii 1,t 11 4 ;i 11 ati-;efcIgt.'e I. lo lr ra
W1.1l 1h110i,1tivv feikiiaDyisi
Farmturm iirs l ii, nnrt rtivnifre rp, nit I i
Wfu v i-m i l f 1' fm ihr or i i o yli ff111.1 %1,,,' j
11". j '4 (i'fa I kI ~ 'I Iif 11 ', 11 11111; 1 v I II-,
g i ,i I f le' .,ei oi, lf I .1 1'~ a
the'~ ~ ~ ~ i 1i1,'i'ri 'lj'ayc trr0e Irory
S III fii'''t( !fille11'! iil 1111 111111KIM al i nrf. W i

ta i Ic Dbi i li.e ivi fie tilt i elim gawl

the' e' ilills H a rs. 'ormeplo'te IntItoheir ,

Imtufir'' In qi te nnirl '['lilt-oxharif

displa01ym thin' liany Irfrlw''tt. P41yb's ian!l
type's (if inhic in e'ry.

Oald flno arts hight Imm. 'will (otfI',,

thO il ee~r hlmilr'e'il ilafiM of'III,.e' 14rifain 4

Wltrp lioe eieirw 1,x iiii,i' I4 firI',c~ o l

Oif'e 1)1.() cl h"Y tf Iii it% fi I I W,'4 W ~'if tiw'
thil It &,IIJ ler t' (Ow Fli' l i..it 1 %41i'lali
Inthfi i an.. 11 1-14ii. fit i 11e Itf ,I/#

Pe'ye. II'euefuiit l Ii' I IriVei ro t hi' r
brneo-iiior, niT t f.' ii iii' ri I ''i~I ~I.
eo rm Hi~if 1uavo, 'c it I I- I e fT 1ri tile 4 ri
fifltn r c'niril e ,? Iii fu 'I fill, %%III II

fair. All not i tar' ivitv i if, III,, 1 f '
Uitnl mulrte' lfr3' ,i 4~ IgiIl Ilit II I OfiIi i
arsi l'i-x e'lfiv g the' uii(ifi 'fie l lt.i

tn ie'e'tirit g 1116, ttiii''iiu er fit,-

at ite icier or III#.'tiinlilI r li
1111 an e e l ~'ticete-1'.is i 4 I leto lie' i'a'
ball geark. im eleefe'id %%iiii:iici

Is Lonvi'eUlakon Iruni 0Uliet-e sand Swung
ILiIn, orAs5ueeeas ty t*,j uirtl.
Nv'ttl ltAtleb-1I'te Ii ll 101m'n ~ ~

F a;t;I;irlIg lt w in 1. lli \ e i Al i., %w 4hi
w as Iele ill) l. it Ii rI'll' ,e I t lil l ii i .I
S a1n1.m it .ir 'y li r i in II I .,il i i ( 11111
ty, .ind i w nl aptlire'| by i tle v'rs Ile,'
itilld M ilktie'I-os i. Tho' 1T u liili llig, 'i'ili i' I
on Ithe plantatluon of tJililce I%0y,e ie. Il i.
oiglit Mlle's wealt of al lIIaiilrIg,
Afler the negro ha:dl i '' Ih lhnui' I
to a tree h libody wasm riddlled Nvi: i
bullets and what was left of It Lwit
left hanging. to th lirope. 'The blowly
careams was erit down Sutitay by the
As there were about fifty of (the
lynchora In the party, llhe olml(-rn
were powerless to prevent the exee-i.
tion of vengeance without the' law'q
aid, although they pleadvei with the
negroes to permit them to land Hea
bright in jail, as uring them that lie
would get full piinl'hni 'nt In t1li
Thte veli'dlet of the (roioner's jiury
WBa 'o the effort that the lilgro w.%'S
lynlhe,,l by memnbera of his own raco.

-***se e'a~ .



Break Occurs on Exchanges in New
York and New Orleans.


i Announcement of Bureau on Condition
of Staple Was More Favorable
Than Tradecrs Expected.

The publication of the October ba.
reau report showing the condition
of cotton *o be 71.2 per cent, against.
72.1 per cent last month and 75.9
per cent last year, was followed by
a sensational break In thec otton mar-
ket In New York Tuesday.
Prior to the publication of the re-
port exp'ectatlolia of a b(arlsh shoe.-
jig; had caiused a decline of aboit
10 to 15 Iolints and Inside of 15
UriinlniU,1e after the figures were kTiow.l
thli declined was increaue'1 to 3:s to
44 points on active months with I),
remiber so lllng at 10.15 arld .January
at 10,1'. T''.Li was about a e'nit and
a quarter a poiiund te:ow the' hig'
l'.vel touirhed early ;;a July.
A lower po'rr (it',g (onldton had
lteeen exf"l,'ld. he. poss In condil-
tion In Ifiv lasIt two monit im wis 3.7
per ctent, as orfoiripar'ld with arn aver-
ago lois of ',. per .cint for the
isarne moiitl'Hs during tho la.t ten

The ma n'kt ellinmute very ia I.,
alnd exclit' il ial heavy li'i.c1 4 of ;oni;4
(cotton w'erc( tillown io r.
Break at New Orleans.
The final <(ot!on crop 'i'illim s r. -
plort for Ilih i~e ioni, thi t for .i' opte .-
tuir, Wa ref lived lit th, (fi ltoni x-:.
rhangi In New (Orlans frorn thir ag-
rliiltural depirtmeni t 'l'i.'e lay mior:. -
Ing at 11 o'clock. It wa%4s c.lliul as bearish In tendlenn y, arndi coton
sold off 1,5 point1a until 12 o'clock,
when the market se'mid quite' firim
and had a very strong re s;tlnsg
power. At the( noon call D)ocenber
had declined 25 points to 10.23; Jan-
uary 26 points to 10.31, nrid Marchi
21't points to 10.49. The marker at
those flItirra from bIintlg uiteadly be-
rarne qiilot.
Census Report on Cotton.
Thie follwlinK hibuilletin ofn hl h con-
ditlorn of ithe cotton crop wri issmied
by tlin departmienti of n rl Washington at noon Tilel.'d:y.
T'lie ('rop esfitlinal iboaiinrd of t ho
hirelani ot f t alalt'I,( H for thi' ,lpart-
r niit of agrli+ ltuire f111.4 floini the
reports of the corrl.nidiilenit anlI
ug,'itsH (f the l)im e'ii l hllt' the i iv r-
ge co'd'illlion of c'ttron on ''pt e'mlie'r
2.'5 wam 71 2 as compared with 72.1
in Aiigiist 25,, 1 ) ,; 75.- on Seo tetmrn-
h er 5, 1li i ; 65.1 on .(-'*ptei tih'r 25,
19.03, anld a ten year aveitrage of 66.1.


Notorious (udahy kidnaper finally Ceptur-
ed in Butte, Montana.
Pitt Crowo, wauit.,d lby thei' (nihat
illsllrie for the kildnaplrig of their non
i'r .M lll!onille i'.ackcr l:dward (luid
hv hi 1901i. was arr titedl IIn lhatoe,
Mont Tieitltday night.
Crowe'm lidentlltentlon has lheiPl
nitld mstit to thli authorities iby the Omniai
ofT'ers. lie c( urnd Dlterly at his a'r-
r'slo, expxr.',ning charln at his ap-
pre'henrlon In a town the sizo of
Iultte, when he as he said, had trav-
olehd the world over and evaded cap-
tOie iu all tho large cities.


Deeastation Wrought by Typhoon in Phil-
Iprpine Wae Widespreed.
A Mnrilsa iilierinl say': Thle' esti'
in:tfoI leins lin 'rel help growing diH-
triets fiiint the' recent typlhotin Is
|.iiI.IcI(I in goIll. Thei hiempl In ware-
hil'ise iiily for sihpmei|nni ik also a
1tt.il Ilos 'Thlie pnatita ons aret, Imp ir.
*Id tlo nich Ian exe'cn; that It will take
1 '1ir toe get thieni Itn c.tn lit n again.
Iti'ltrtm nw coming in fiomn the
vithli indlcate 'ta greater loa( of lifo
and property than was flrat eattruat-
'II .


Prominent South Carvoil Men Charged
With Shortage In Accounts.
l)r. Thomta Patterson. the treas.i
rnr (if Edtgefold county, South Ca-o-
lina, wasa stapndedi by the governor
of the state Wedinteday afternoon for
alleged defalcation of the county's
money, amounting to $56.000. The
lx)okn have been examined by an ex
Iaxrt and the suspension la the remsti,
of thin examination. Dr. Patterson in
a prominent ma iln the state. aii ',x
conine(teid with some of the leading
volltL*!anI of South Carolina.


Massiachsetts Republicans Demand
Reduction of Catoms Duties on
With only one voice raised In op-
position the republicans of Massachu-
setta in state convention at Boston
Friday declared for a revisilo of the

Contrary to expectations, the radio
cal wing of the party, under the lead.
orship of Eugene N. Foss of Boston
did not offer a substitute for the plank
In the platform relating to the tariff,
although In a speech to the delegates
Mr. Foss declared that the revis,.o
of the tariff favored in the state plat.
form was not suffic.ently wide la its
Mr. Foss bald, however, that he and
his followers were encouraged at the
conrePssions made to them and that
next year they would expicrt to have
the, e convention accept their proposi-
tionl I its entirety.
One of the suirlhrises came when
(;ienevral IWllam F. Draper, forniter
aim ass-ador to Italy iail a leading
rnilralir of the Home .Maiket (Club, op.l
1po.-eil, in a vigorous ipi e.'ch, tihe adop-
tion of the tariff rinvislon plank of
the pla'forrn. General Draper Ka, .
hli womil not offer any ,islstitute
plank, for thli reaHtion that hei knew
thre; was no chance of his or any
oilier nithititutoe being accepted.
(i.,i'ral Draper con'ruled'id that tar-
iff re-vision would I)e followed by ifinai--
ial arnd commercial depression, an i
it+p'a(king a" a nianuifuractrer, he counii
-'',e rio reason why there should Le,
a ri'viriilonl
In his suipioch Chairman \We'e'ks ('-
c!ar'l that (the country iilnd'r tIhi
ainustrf'iil goidliln 'te of I'risildent
Ioomsvf.lt has reacheid a oii'.Itlon of
ipow'er anrd Iprstlgf; ni.ve*r n'quialed Ih i
Pforoe, and that pro: t ion has been
and would contilnto to be (ono of the
remain principles of the republican
n''ho following state ticket was
nomlinatl :
For (lovernor--Curtls Guild, Jr.
For lieutenantt (;ove.rnor--Ebon S.
)ranper, Hlopedale.
Slocretary of State--William M.
Olin, Hoston.
Treasuirer and therlv er General-
Arthur II. Chapin, Ifolyoke.
Auditor Henry E. Turner. Maldln..
Attorney Gotneral Danaa Malone,


Cabinet Decision Reached That War De-
partment Shall Retain Authority.
A iiashlington spc'(lal says: Thli
fitnaagim'intit of the' Istlhinluan carnal itf
f:alrs will reia:an under eeretarv
'iTaft, who will xo to Panama in N')-
v mbei, r to Invrstiga'o the s!tiiatiint
there, and thoroiiighly inform hinimseIf
of thil con iliflois i the canal zone.
The doctlion to k'ep the control of
the caniil In th, winr dlptartlnicnt in.
mtead of tran. fferring It to tht Statt,

diparnli nt*
F'riday in a..
the' cabinet
Now thait
undeIr h i
wi.'ll provcetl
iit ii.it on 'ni

was definitely reraclife I
dilscIsvion that followed
mit ctinig.
thli work Is to pro<'e'l
(I recwtiton, Se(cr('tary Taftt
to P'inama. go over the
detail and return to
about the time conKgress.

Early next week the secretary will
take up the subject of finance's and
decide as to what roeommendatlon.i
should be made to congress respect-
Ing the Insue of bonds wviich have
been provided for by congress.
Secretary Taft will give every feR-
ttiro of the canal administration his
careful personal attention.


Another South Carolina Official Charged
With Shortage in Accounts.
I'pon Infornmastin furnished by th,
comptroller general Governor li ,)
ward of South C'arollina Friday sui.
polded J. M. VI.etrell, treasurer ofi
I)orehestter county. Whetscll |i shti
in his atccountm to the amount of $2.-
1l64.94. The ofn( will be In the hanim!
of the county aund!tor until a StiOcessor
ln named by the legislative delegation.


4ll1led S~eer ol Ceoedl femliy Recptured
ad ils Protected by MMiltry.
Monk Gibnson. the negro accused of
the murder of the Condit family, at
1Edna. Texas. has been recaptured and
barely landed in the Edna jail.
I.arge postMes have been scouring
the country for a week or more In sai
effort to appretheid him. Open threats
that he world he burned caused Gov-.
ernor .lanham to send troops to 1Idn.i i
, with or(d-" to protect the suspect
from the fulry of the populace. Tho
troops are ,tl. quartered at Edna.
and blithon will escape mob yen-



Greene and Gaynor Finally Pulled
Away From Their Retreat.


Uncle Sam Wins Out in Long and Bit-
ter Extadition Figbt--Gaynor Says
Hit's G ad to Get Back.

The last chapter as far as Canada
sa concerned in the celebrated Gaynor
and Green case, was closed Saturday
when the two men left the Bon4ven-
ture station of the Grand Trunk rail-
way at Montreal on a bt- .... e and
liuison tira at b:4 a. ia .
A large crocd of people was pres-
.L .L to bee t..0< il olL, ouL tuL miiubL iOLA-

lji L ,uu. ,. t.eeu ii, l' arur was Ldih
ldrge. it..lli, r oit besiL b.. r lite Wtli.i
110o wer nre ou.i. I ltey w''ru L
charge' ot \V. J. Fl4Lu, head ot thu
bs reri. bt,'",'.e i 'eiu of .Netw orK.
On Lbelhaif o1 i.e I'o"iii.noll gun ni 'rLLntIL
Sila Ii. (Carli.litler, cAti.L otl t:ie .ouii-
trual dIU'tec Iti :cc. I w% io kidualp i
the t wu n1 n t0111 (I4;V je-'C., a.i Itn-
sipector McMaho, iiut` i wiLti thue par y
as far as hios., s i oint, N. Y., the
boundary lii:e b'?twte.n Jtouse'M i'oint
anid 1,3ke l. oe;'ti'. ( iiaia.
At half pa.t % olotok thue pr.souuLrs
weilnt to the tra.n.
FIrs: altie t '(;lGr.en., accompanied by
I'tii'rd S;fl'.s l) ,'e( ivi W%'hile and In-
Hipctor .M.lM;hlion,. anrd next Gaynor,
acco( nipan i,'l by I'nite'i States IJetec-
tl\e Iloyd and Chief ('arpenter.
Around thtfes two small groups of
the UInited Stalte so cret service rallefd
until the parlor car of the train was
i cacheil. 'The prisoners went into the
smoking cuouparmnnt with Chief Car-
oenter, Chief Fynu and MNfsra. 134yd
and WVllte.
When used if they had anything to
say before leaving Colonel Gaynor re-
plied that they were glad to go back
at last anid ilhat they would have
*nothing bnu the k:ind.'st rei'nimuilbranl ed
ol their tro'tiuent in (Can:.da. Colonel
Caynior's ilatightirin.i;aw wai on boardI
the Lrain wheni tle prisiolS-ers arrived,
Lt.nu! is soil arrival at the station
jlust. before their train tlft.
Left New York at Midnight.
The prisuinirs art.%Vl' I in NNew York
front .Montreal ;at S o'clock Saturday
night. ''lhy wo.i e lake n atn ol(nt.' to the
1'i niisy'ivtRnl't delpot. Tie party Ie'it
for Savannaih at niiilii! hit.
(;aynor % i;as i'rlni'tt',i by his
guards to .s'! ilt lia:r.ids .\ ,tlh i. Kaf-
lin Ke'lo-,;, whio (lefi nldedil the prison-
ors libffoii.' Coniiiii.sioiir Shields and
re'pr'es('nt. l (':aptailn arter at ithi'
oroiirtiiartial whiiI h r 'i!'el' in the lat-
t',r's conivictioni. Ca(nor was ov'er-
hoard to say that lie wshel they !,hal
followil Kurloi g's 1dv:ce'. Mr. K, I-
l)Cgg aft errwards x):aiiic(',l tilat lip hltd
ndlvis'il his Il>t'nt.s to stand their
grounil nul warned thin that flight
iniih;: 1h t1a' in sa an a.lumission of
iil t.
S 'h lprt .y lpassei, throih Wa\\';sh-
Inglon Sunilay. Tiley reached that
rity early in flth morning in thol
r charge of s, rot service agent it wiho
turned the two men over to I'nitopi
Stat.' DeT)pily M rsh'Il George F.
Whit. of Savani'r-h "'n I one of hlis
aslsitants., who left with them over
the Southern railway for Savannah at
1n:15 a. m.

Matqqchiuqette nrmnrret* rme fBcrtlItt.
e;In Char.ees \ Ilta :(ett cf ist-
ton w,,as : Set ,a h 'tii:n> |:na tdi ,l by ;I .a
I' t.e ilenioc(':'r s of e .e isaclihise':: s
!n e-'iae co(, iverntiril

A Donation Mligdirrcled.
it ,is iinoiirnce'l on lit ha; :f of I ;
New York sec,,onn of ilt' so, lal l,'m-
("'rat.Ic arty thit thi.I tI '. M rs. F: I).
Iatt. niroiher la law of Plorf'ssor Gcin.
I). li rro'i, hail hlt,-ve itheld 52' 0,000
to found a si ool for soclalisim.


Was Inraged by launts of !mallBoya..Twc
Wounded Mae Die.
Wild w'h rage bleauiep of tie ridi-
cele of several small hloys In front o?
ihe lIJon theater In Memphis. ~1n.
day. an unknown negro emptied hIs
ievo:ver into a mass of people. ()n
Iy In dying. another ln dlanitroutsly
wolrinehj nuil a ne'.ro girl received 1
sllght Injurieso
Several s'nall boys 'greoe',d the ne-
ire wi'h it- callB aid o,'stricted hl.q
IBassag. The Iero lre 'ecame Infitri.-
need. anl. ,rAinR a rovo'ver. fired at '
hs aney is,. ,e then mdc a hasty I
flight. *

0Om0llo, v.S.A.
CO., Limited


Portrait of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
The fact that too frequently it tran-
sptrr.s in Aie:lican his:ory that no
accurate and authentic portrait of her
great menu s faithfully preserved has
caused a wnimber of the devoted ad-
minrvrs of General Robart E. Lee to
Interest themselves to cause a perfect
picture of the great general to be
made and to be preserved for all fu-
ture history.
This work, after a lapse of forty
years, is now under wiy by the John
A. Lowell Bank Note company of Bos-
ton, who tire using for this purpose
the exact photograph made at Gen-
eral Lee's r, sidence in Richmond a
few d'(Iys after the surrender, which
picture has always bhpn considered
by thet Lo family and friends as the
most p.'rf.,-t likeness ever taken of
the ,i :( ral at that pir!od.
Tlh w )rk wiwhen fi :,irld, will be of
the hia:rh' t r. of -', ri niiravlng, so
that it wil! this hI preserved for
all ft'i'ire tin.o-C'ili:ing from the
P0)4'. Was' r.gton, I'. C., September 17,
190 .

Api)licant--I cal :d to see you with
r g:i;,i to 3(adir advert.solent in to-
da.;iy. paper uidetr tho hea of "Help
Mrs io)n:er--That % as a typograph-
Ia";l 'rror. I want a g:-ri 1z do all
thi% %%lIor, not to help. C-- Co:ubud Dis

"I"'; strange that you should a
ways to Ro gaunt," remrarkel the bear
to the wolf.
"We\ll, you son," rpl)lip'I the wolf,
"It' u all because o" the part I'in com-
pelled to play In life. You see, I'm
always oblilged to koep from the door
until there's not a th'ng 'lit in the
house to eat."--Philadelphia Press.

Euclid fl'f; ,tr-e nneasily.
"V..'hat's the use of your old geom-
'try." ol'O 1 Mrs. E. "if you can't
.o.tv th *. servant pro 'inm'"
Sll, mnd itipenily hP <1 pairted for
th, ie:'il igncfe cfnce;' Neuw York

"r.or!'." i SI.rsI "lint C'oinlort Netter."
"l"do, nd tl1i t fit is le-tter tl;ain a old
rine." -;:i'ys a g-raiteful innn.
"hItefr I 'conii"l plic('ed to u i>e <(;nrpr-
Nuis froil no iiman on ('irt i ever hi:ld A
wor, Iifli'tini fro i cantrrhl of the
ttoin iacthlin n I had for yea r v.
"I cold eat ntolhing but the 'ry"
l:lite.tt food and even that gave me
great distresp.
"I went through the catalogue of pre-
pared foods but found them all (except
(;rape-Nut) more or lessI Indtlctible,
generating gas In the stomach (which
In turn produced headache and various
other pains and aches), and otherwise
unavailable for my use.
"(irape-Nuts food I have found easily
digestedl nnd assimilated. and it has re-
neweti my health and igror and made
me a well man again. The eatarrh of
the stomach ha.. disappeared entirely
with nil Its attendant ill., thanks to
Grape-Nuts. which now is my altampt
polo food. I want no other." Nanme
given by P1tunm Co., lIattle Creek,
Mih.b. .
Ten daiys' trial tells the story.
Tlh- 's a raA s.O

~'( 4

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g Albany Street, Boston, Mass.

onthre Tr..f I followed tl
trail from Teax
it Fts B nd *to Montanawith
poMMe SIice Slicker, used for
Pomme ce an overcoat when
cold, a wind coot
when windy, a rain cot when it rain,
and for a covw at night If we got tobed,
and I will say that I have gotten mto
iomkrt out of your kicker than ayotbTer
oe article that I ever owned."
('IT% naim e nd di.r..i o. 1,la wrIter ntf til
ua..tlli, l ,i l t lr maty I,,-' Lad u ap ,li.ea onn )
Wet Weather Garmenat for Riding, Walkb
kig, Working or Sporting.

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Tampa Fair Notes.
Di. Andrew Sledd, president of the
University of Florida, has been ap-
pointed by President Brown as Judgo
of the educational department of the
4, Florida State Fair, the opening dato
of which is fast approaching. Dr.
eledd. who has taken greaf interest
in the fair movement, has accepted
the position, which is a guarantee of
aat faction in awards. Most careful
consideration Is now being given, to
the appointment of judges in all de.
apartments of the exhibition, and none
but the most expert will be allowed
to act.
The executive committee of the
Fa'r Assoclation let the contract f6r
another large building-that for hou,
Ing sheep, hogs ana such stock-re-
quiring that said building be complete.
ed and ready for occupancy before
November 1, fifteen days before the
opening of the fair, as no delays will
be allowed to mar the opening da:-.
The race programs are now being
Lr:nted and will at once be sent out
to many horsemen who are eager td
come to TPampa and get a chance at
the many large purses that are of-
fered. A large number of applica-
lions have already been received fro.TI
race hcroe men for stabling, an ap-
plication for four stalls coming from
-as far north as Chicago. The racing
will beyond doubt be the best ever
sten: itn Florida.
Not only from Florida and nearby
Southern Sta ;s but from tlistant
slat(s as well, i: is evident that tie
atttend'vInce at the Fair will be im-
ni of fIft.,(en days, by reason of which '
all Floridla will be greatly benefits';
by an unprecedented Influx of honm3-
st ekera.

Deep Water Assured.
The actua! work on the channel to
~'cure (tdee water for Tampa's contil-.
rally lIlcr2asing commerce was begun
a few days ago. Preparatory work
has Leern in progress for some weeks,
Lut the huge dredge of the Atlantic,
Pacific anl Gulf Dredging Comrany
bas commenced the taking up of mud
fiomn the bottom of the channel near
Grjss:, I: mdl, and this work will go
steadily on day lby day until the d(I op
and wilde channel is completed. The'
conmm(,n(,eii.(nt of this work mnark.i
an important epioch in Tampa's on-
ward mrar,';i of ( oninircial pri)>TP-t'
ty. The ( mnienement of the im.
I<'rtant drI Iging work was smiilt:i-
Pn ious 'witi t11t" .ac:sing of the In)r-
(chas+ d& il of the Seaboard Air Lii'
for Grai-sy Island, at the entra.ies, to
til Hillsl)o o river at Tampa. I'po-.
this island and th0 adjacent pro;,er;y,
iLow ow nel by that railroad company,
thi S,'alioird ipropostes to constrictt
an ex;,tmive s.s'tem of terminals, arnl,
it is .tail, aIts state-d to the river and,
harbor tioini:tt,'e of thI' Ho:use' of
R. prt. s tit!ves that as soon as the
.!i urII:' g f ;le4 p water was assurtl
Tal'nmi would place loral tcrminalns
nrid o: hi'r facilities for the trnr .,& tlo.,
of ani immense business, at a cost ap-
uroximatilng a quarter of a million dol.
The taking of its option on Grassy
Island and closing the purchase death
for that pount Is the beginning of thie
fulfillment of the promise on the part
of the Seaboard. The purchase was
made through the Hendry & Knight
Real Esa'Pe Company of Tampa, who
own the famous and historical garri.-
son i.roperty of Tampa. which hn)r.
de'rs the c'ty's water front and of
whlih li Grassy Isand is a part.

Robert Perrin, marine clerk at the
customhouse, reports that the exports
from Tampa for the month of Septem-
ber were greater than ever before in
the history of the city, reaching an
aggregate of $247,782; phosphate an1
naval stores onstiUtute the major part
of the exports.

Peace river phosphate rock throgn
Punta Oorda thus far this year aggre-
gates 60,000 tons. Shipments during
September were 2,730 tons on the
steamship Mae. September 9, for Car-
taret, N. J., 1,745 tons on the schoon-
er Edith 0. Folwedl, September 18,
for Baltimore.

Governor Droward has not yet
named anyone to succedd M. A. Brown
as private secretary. It Is under.
t;tcol that It. C. lVinn, secretary to thli
Railroad Comm!ssion, and J. E. Wolfe
of Pensaco'a are among the candidates
for the position.

The state board of pardons hear
the appeal for (ommutation of the
death sentence in the case of Cald-
well and Larkins at Tallahassee a few
days ago. The case was discussed at
length, but no action will be tk,-i
until further Iuvestigations are mad.t.

Tax Assessor Dullard, of Putnami
county, has finshej his books and the
agrgrega:e thows quite an increase inl
the property values throughout the
county. This, together with the in-
creased millage, will bring into the
coffers of the county antd s'ate hever-
al thousand dollars more than last
year, and the years previous.

At a recent meeting of the Palatkat
board of bond trustees it was the con-
census of opinion that the time wa s
ripe for the establishment of a muni-
cipal waterworks system, and prelim.
Inary steps were taken to this end.
It is learned that the Ilant will be
complete and modern in every detail,
everything being new and of the best.
This matter has been un-ler serious
conteup'atlion for sometime, and now
it seems that the Loard is in earnest.

Live Oak has a new doe law. which
it is hIope'l will rid the city of wor'hi-
less canines. If it does nt the c;:'.
treasury will evidently In- r.oqliishied,,
for on-e mi.is: pay a t .x of $2 on eac.i
(Iog hl,'pt iniidle thai city limits, ble-
Files lturiii shining hi with a collar,
tag, miuzzzlo', etc.. which will make himi
cost ith: e or four dollars ('ach year,
asidle from the (xptis'"s of keeping
hin unp all tie, tim d:,pus',l to k it aini thl marshal
has alradly bt'gun hius work of im-
pounding. The prospects are that.
lthe ciy will nioIl a" .stp" i l burying
grind (or "d',:uil dog.s -" thait are too
wortlhhi s to liv''.

Buys Turpentine Interests.
.J "Norman. Jr. of Norman Par ,
(;... closed a doeil last week with V.N.
II. Conoley, of llrooksville, by whl'tl
he became thet purchaser of Mr. Con-
oey's extensive turpentine Intersta
near Brook-ville, with which is cat.
filed enotiug timber to cut severity.
flve crons of turpentine boxes. The
timber ia on the line of the Brooks-
ilile and Hudson railroad, of which
Mr. Norma-i Is part owner.
The pur hnase price in said to have
been near $1,H,00. Mr. Norman is
now dn'erIfsted In fifteen turr'ntine

lo-atlins and five saw mills in Giaor-

gla and Florida. One of those loc-i-
Tlh,. board of county comlmiFsioners 1T(Ins paid him $9,ioi 1::s Yeir.
lspn'n" tl:o day In Oriala going over thi
pltilm n presented asking for a special At Miaml, a fvw days go. ;orge
e:.,tiloi to determine whether or not McLan arlil!n was Instant klled by
liquors shall be sold In Marion comtn- an -id.t No. SaMfor. l
Afi<.r .xaminrng The lit and 'h S,,l ,i-la". No. 1. Mr. McLaughlln
t.). Afte(r ( xam lnirg the l1ist and wh
erasing all riames therefrom as re- was e'g iIl or n the dre i:pe which
nd by the gneri the board de s e'ngag' I in harbor Improven.enta.
q.y:i ',l by the signers, the board de.iTie'Cabe usoA4in hols' tug the thIs-
cidel that a sufflclen- num ler remain- TIe tako ut>d in M 'r n th u h in
ed the-reon to csll said erection. A'* t1 rko, arising Mr Mclaughlin n
ma ltr meeting a resolution W .the reo'l a terrific blow on the top
passed calling for said election to b. of his hethi leavingg his fare a.
held on November 28. A speci' causing immediate death.
meeting of the board was called for Theeord Air neon
October 18 to revise the registration The BIlbord A.r Lthe hm o oft
list, and attend to other business nec-. Grassy Island at the mouth of the
essary to the holding of the special Kih for th rop A-
election. Knight. paying $26,000 for the proper
ty. The rtnd will use the island in
the construction of extensive termi-
A reward of $400 has been offered nal at Tampa, involving an outlay
ly the biothern of Iarael J. McCall. of $200,000.

former Clerk of the Circuit Court af
H'milton county, who has so myjto-
riously disappeared, for his dellvesy
to them at Jennings. The reward
money was deposited In the Citizens
Bank, Valdosta,. (a., In the name of
B. F. McCall. Jr.. and will be prompt-
iy paid upon the return of the misa-
I;g man..

R. J. Allbrtttan seriously cut Roe.
Wor;ey at Perry a few days ago. Tho
Incident was"the terminus of an o:d
trudge. Worley is the largest man
:n the county: Allbrlttn ais about the
.mallest. Allbrittan was pieced under
arrest. Worihy fi a turpentine oper.
ator; Allbrlttan a cattle owner.

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Fresh Meats.






President Jordan Savy Cotton Association
Hie Practically Won light.
President Jordan islt(zs an en(cour-.
aging letter to thee otton growers of
the south in which he says, in part:
"There is now a l'", rift in t..',
cloiu( thalint hung so dark and thn' t:-
ening over the (iiouth lx. or vight
months ago. and the sunsh ne of I.
I'ew era is h;urstir.; through, briini~
ing with It renewed hope and bright.
prospects for btttir tn.cs in finan.es
and general industrial uativitles. S:nct'
July 3rd no cotton of miildling grade

-as bee n roid In then' outlhi for lt'ea
than ten (ents per pouni. Fi'lly t\, )
and a half million hales of the new
crop have already b r,'n gi:oltn an I
.heavy marktiung by hI faimeis has
been done nt pri( es aI(iv teni (n in
and matuiilt g obligat tons have bE i .1
rapidly liq'(idated.
"T"lie nuih prnlted nlo;lt havy F iL
plus fi onim li H I1i cro (i f 1 1 1 I 1L.;
'ali (I to !i; rl lti.' 'll ; I w a < (s ln .i
:ial factor i,: tl. inir'.. is ali l i;!) i
Oc'chf r l- thu mIIILls of 1t1. \\% w .1
had t'-Len -t quarter of a 11!. -ln I ;.1 '
oif In"-, I r)o.t CIr'e tilan fir I- :11 n.it.e
p trioni onte' .\' t.ir i(o.
"'i'llT So 'l:,'rln C otton .\N -,' o 'it .l ,,
tie la lwriiin 's' I''dl at iinl: t' il <') (i
eratxiv.' I'Il ( i, l t Anwr 'i : '' .
of 'pli ity, 'hI Farm;rs' A'eni! a, T 0
N north C('al lina:, ti ' ll '' ing f 1 I ,,* ."
d ) aill of r .r'l i l: fn 'l')ri!..;.' r.;,:a ,
Izat!on n In tih .smith, ha iv : -1,f I .
a rlni ntinil l pri< ft 'ifn'\ ,ri i, ts re
i .nd fir tl ',is (r (i; nl a vi a i ...
l1l1 t ,'a :I lo!d ,():- f(l ;n I 1' ;
batkl(s litv ,,i'"nte. ( f nr n 1y Y : 1
avnd c ( i tot ::. All ti; ni I;I t h tl, i
Is n ,'cetd < ian t. illy .'l 'i '
are now up against a lhar 1 light a
the r.ci'[t \ovi rnment Im r, al I',;,<:;
lh is b orn c i'lidlred as I *.:trish andl
has given *l.( "lep rs" rii w,,l l p ,t,,
and nill addlt'nal we, :po l ',11 fight t. ..
market with. Ti"' whole> -outhiii know.%
the crop i.s a short onl f( r sihor,.r
than tha' irf lawst ear., alil flint th ,
vp.nr.els wlil i,'I ('every ) I 'I;!
tte (an raise I "I tih '. h 1i
cents from \I'ry- hilllto- ;.I v l.
thro'lgho!iu th in'::tirt ; i. If t!
farnim'rs w l,'alea the n.;r, t \'.
bt',iak Iandn ') I-os' we I;:, ,' fo ::
ro ,n2rld Io n i:,I; n \'i ll I1 gr ,a '**
jt'o v i ,li. L, I l' y P :o n:',.,' ,i t i i i '
p1i r e trlil : I :. ri ,, t er :
floox.llng t:w ciii .try ain I ':n fii ,
to r c ;ir t ;- i t i,, f r ,; ,
'lo'aw c'i .4 an I t h(. I \', ,t w ,):)
h ; i."


Holds Conference With collegee Athlet'r
Advisory With View to Modifvinq Game.
President Roonovelt entortaln, l it
luncheon at the whitt hnuse Monm,'-
Dr. D. H. Nichols and W. T. Ilt'l,
of Harvard; Arthur T. Hldelirind an I
John B. Fine of Princeton and \Val!'-
Camp and Mr. Owsley of Yale
The six guests of the prealdent con-
stitute the athletic advisors of their
respective colleges named. The pri-.
Ident desilrod to consider with the.,
particularly the morale of the gamn"
of football, with a view to eliminating
much of Its brutality If poeilble.
It Is understood that no definite con.
cluaions were reached. Indeed, nona
was expected, the Idea of the prets-
deat being simply to .Stl the ball
rolling iaW the dIre.ttoo of modflD.
0tlto of the. rles et the game.


(In Effect April 10, 1905.)

River Junction and Pensacola.


No.22 No. 2 Trains do not stop at Stations No. 3 No.21
Daily I:ally where no Time is shown. Dally Daily

10:20a ':10 lp Lv River Junction Ar 12:15p 7: Sa
10:50a 5.21p Sneads 12:02p 6:5i
11:22a 5:32p Gran., Ridge 11:52a 6: <'a
11:45a 5 :3p Cypress 11:45a 6:30a
12:14a C: (0p Marianna 11:25a :00a
12:3, a (6: Sp Cottondale 11:U7A 5:303
1:04p 6:37p Chiploy 10:47a 5:00a
1:27p C :5,p fonifay 10:30a 4:3:a
1:49p 7:12p Caryville 10:15a 4:0OSa
1:55p 7:17p Wcstville 10:10a 4:00Ua
2:13p 7:29p Ponce do Leon 9:57a 3:40a
2:31p 7:44p Argyle 9:44a 3:18a
2:45p 8:13p D.o Funlak Springs 9:35a 3:03a
3:35p Deerland 8:56a 2:00a
4:00p 9:04p Crestview 8:3Sa 1:&3a
4:1 Op 9:12p Milligan 8:30)a 1:20a
4:33p Holtt 8:15a 12: 66a
5:25p 10 :0p Milton 7:39a 11:59a
5:32p Gait C:ty 7:35a 11: ^
5:43p Harp 11:35p
5:4Sp 10:19p Mulat 7:25a 11:36p
GC:Op 10:2Ep Eacambla 7:18a LI:28p
6:04p Yniestra 11:20p
6:09p Bohemia 7:ls 11:16a
6:30p 10:50p Ar Pensacola Lv 7:00a 10:55p

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Counsel for losurance Investigators
Turns Dowa the Nomination
for Mayor of New York.

Charles Hughes, counsel for the in-
surance Investigating committee, has
declined the republican nomination
for mayor of New York lity.
In stating his groundti for refusin4l
the nomination, Mr. HiuKhen raid:
"In this dileintua I have: .Imnply to
do my duty an l Ia"e it. In my Jlijg-
ment I have no rigat to a BcepP thc -
nomination. A ipraniLouot publihi duty
forbids It.
"It is not tntce a ry to .nlarKg,
upon the rrmortuanc of th. ririir.tiuvc
IDV itKigattlo.. ThlH i.s uinlliputed. It
In dealingK 0lti (1114.4<1 I01t vital to till(
lnter.stH oif Ii iilon ,It l jirr f<.,low e-
IzeII4 throlii ghil 0oi1 4 li' jliIa-l. It jle r'' M
an opjxpornj i 'Iy.v for I silhlil- ',rXlI' < 'i :-
oend to nl iio' r111 i lliaivtlv a co rFit-
tive rT'. i brlli lit', 'Th'i wofik o
inar; a tlve fthatl ; O i fiiil' It.
"Th r1) ii ollftwiva; ( hiarnact r of t i,
lnv'NlltK;i l b 'I l ts fro'.iorln fr :,i
tfllsl l ithur of f'itr hr ftIVnr, not tii .v
141.1 t 01 XI, I., lh",Il l-,; 00 II' |Iw"1 i ,1/f
"Wen t wxi I, tlIrv fnt. o 1P- r 'o o.ix'
t14 'r f W lth ltwl' 1' ,,r ilf ''
tloll ,. to ac<

Miy cot.vrit on that tit- world( of tll-"
InveItiKatlion wolrIl bl.w laro'-ly IIi
lrei l t l hly thei pihll l'i r g It. ll o
t(,vi#i wolil, bh impsllilg'd rl al ItsM Ill
tsjgrlty asaillled, 'lo liirly It woni'I
appear that itsl coitur would io.
shaped and Its la1s,- of )7iqu Ilry would
be chosen, devl, Ilopld or ahandon'ed a
polithIal ambition InlIght prompt or
political exiKgeiry rllenaetilld.
"ucrh a tltitailon would Ihe Intolo'r.
able. Ther t In liit otre (ouirneo oppr'.
The legIllatlvP Ini(ilry niri t prt o il
with eonvln'lng (lliliti'r'lite'ild nN. Ilt4
great opportl' rilt'.14 l mtillet 11not Ih4 ile.
perllltd by al lienaling it lllupport *Io
which It 'N tilitloi.d, or by giving theli
llIght1tv4? ofren lon for (|itt loEit ilngI t ,he
*linr' rlly nu 111I ,l t .:l l,,' ii d '4 t witl,
which It It vorndiiet'd.
"For your 'xlrit4- lrion of coliflil.I *,
I thank ymll. 'rllt, hlionor you wrsvoil
confif r ii[:or nIe' I rioist hi;artlly i ,,
to'rn. Yo-ir m ostI ro'l'iliM alPiPrI v ii
tind tI'(1 iinnlnlity maid t li nlf litinihim
w itll wli ,f'i i fthel it nio iln it: h)i Wi% % ii;i. l.,
I w rinlly ;i,i llro'fjilf,. liut1 I Ilive' 1'<
a R ln e llilgatl anit 1' w hl"h i'lltr i It i i (lli 1 ,4 lilrt fo4
MnO to 1i'<1 t I yiir w i l H,.w I iiin ',
thtrl 'ffr',, r'.loi'i fully d rllli' lthi
no iIliiiit ioll.'


Messrs. Greene and Gaynor Safely and
Palaciously Installed in Savan-
nah Jail Cell.
ThIe wlloine of their wlv,,n aiwall-
ed IfTnjamnll I). (lre',i'ri n el .lotihn '.
Olaynor when In lh. (.iiMtilly .jif it
quartet of offlicr,r thi'y irrilvil In ait
vatinah at i; o'clock MoNlidty inirnltii
at tho union station after their long
Journey from Monireal,
An affct'llolinaIt Kre't'illng Wits ex
changed h'twpevi li (he lltgll ' atorm and thlir wilven After a birlcf
Intrcrrlihanuel thi pli in nrl 41114 1l iid .Ml ar
ahali W hite and ID(iyl., IIft In ol11,,
rarriago for the' ('hithnm <'onlity Jail.
While theu laillIn took nnotlher for Ihl
I),Boto botel, whire' tlhey are' ltllopllilg
The prisoners wore tiot hnlineliffed.l.
Arriving at the jail. thi party hnd
lnme t ronltlo "hr'rakIng In." (Oree-r*lt
and (aynor commented upon thin l p.
parent diffk'ility, Pinally the niiarhnli
wpre alle to mike' the ('ustoltllsnl
within hear lnd th Kntl'n w<'re ope',n
ed, to close liate'r tol flonon' ( re'e i"
and alyncir.
The pr'nonorn wE'r litintllled In t
Sil'ripl room nli the' toll floorl TIehv
will ifurnilnh It rominfort aly, and overy
miornling a nuiKro lihnarlir In tio appi'.ir
to alitv them. Arrimg'lmiintt hli e'
hbeen mnade for themrn to r'e*lcvl th'lr
meals from the lh'Neito Many calle'r.
epp4'arltl ae tho Jt l Aniuia hl n i'
Win P. W. fMeldrim of larrnrlrd A Mel
dIrlm. atlorneys. who haiivs' ,i'tan e'n
grated by the prisoner. C'rolone'l Me1 '

drim gave them Inxtrur'tlhons not to
talk, and efforts to Stn.irev Initerviws4
were bootleva. It In xsad that an iat
tempt to obtain their lIberty on mitll
will be mad('.

AtteOey OW Meelei Cettrl euyve two-
llhird* laereelt Ia i*ll@ Meade.
Judge J. M. Dicklinsms, Kige'narn
counsel of the llinois neutral l rail
road, haa purobased a two-hlilrds in-
terest In Bolle Meade farm near
Nashville, Toenn. for many year.rN
famous nursery for rtlinlin lihorne.
under the management of tli lateI
general W. H. Jackson:
Judge Dickinson has alao acquire I
a lease on the other third Interst
od It is said coatemplates retlringI
from the law and making Belle Meade
J* home at no ver'y atant "doe.

IBB ^'T'*'".:'. *-- -'-'-"* -r

Bolp tor Women PeataIng Througb
Obange of LIfe
Providence hu s allotted us each Wt
least event years in which to fulfill
our mission in life. and it ia generally
our ow fault If we die prematurely.

Nervous exhauation invited diasase
Th le atitt<.em-rit in the i oositire truth
Vhetnri v evrr tilig I hLK .'erni-, It )hslrile'n
arid yoi emiriot viwalk a fw bbn;,'ks % ithi-
ollt excl.el'Kniv fa;lfiit lr l.ll yo 'u tl.llc
out into, pj rpirutio i an <' ,il v, 1riol4 v'i, r
ftl< thillsktl, 1uiid you Krow w'xtilfd a" i l
hinaky' at the I'ait iprovit'!itionri, anil
you cannot tblsr tx, It irol..'dl in aniy-
th ing yVou tire in dlanii('r; your nurves
hitave iven out; vyoul nerlt hillilinKt up
ut onliot!. 'To' build ui i Woliin t nrl.-
oinl hyhtA'tir aillnd during the' pe.riol of
change of life we. know of no lwtt'er
nilmdiclne' than lydi E. 'linkharin'A
Vegetable ( rinpound. Here Is arii
Illuitratlon. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne. 371
Garfield Avenue. Chicalo, Ill.. writes:
I hanv.wusl lydia E. Iinkhanm' V egetatble
Co(rnplrnmni for years in my family and it
never dilIpp1ilinta : W when I felt t hat was
n'a*ringr'.theri'ihnge of life I cormiannlotirwi ti fat-
mient with it. I took In all abmiut six Ibttl ald It did inf a great deral oif slol. Iti
etfaA ein my dizzy ipillu, fanln. In nmy bru'k
ari the, hwlal-'achef with w lhhh I had maffe rel
for iilitlithi I-fort taking the (Cornplould. I
feel that If it had not binn forthlis great il.
Irins for wornera that I hmoiitld riot havoi wIn
alive t"-dny. Itilnlp.alodild fir wimrsm,oli lor
yourir, anl will murmly curo all feirnalci dilor
Mrs. ilnkhnm. of Lynn. Mass.. In-
vitlst all sick anil ailing' wo~-fen to write
her for ailvli'e. IHr greI.t .xperin'ioe
Ia at their scrvict, free of <'l' t.

TELEGRAPHY A fli. ntulittil l aIf le'. -4''' IF-.
A1: S I 4.tNm it IIi iflA if r Av I uo ,!tit.p
A % 111 t1-4 4AM T1'1, IAIt'AT V I fIlA,' Nl1e0 ''C r
m )~tI'1,1' 11111, 1C 1 ,1 Ii 'l. E(11 i.1

wmIt''iornrrnanae'it Ni.'llre'll. Il li* l'I'l

b ull'e. V' 11 s. W t4l11It, '11 %1 ."re It fr. A 'I I hIrin

Alime' l 1imhivl 16l1g'.fl of tIh1 1 tvla asd i.tl

Iv 11-.t04e gr'If-114t a l el"VI ic!11rit en In11 v11
11"11,16u a p's Iiiainaeuit. Sv~ix d liig t Sias
D ~fle'in (n pp l to (if F ratlO~ficu III,5iIcasud aily
NO W IIIcfow evrty1,1111111"1111. i eriu

'Ilpmas'A ri'ef the I *,ve'm('I ;rttsnu'r.I of
Catiditis O,t'xMla year
A-lvane-lolemgtme Fartmer.' interests.
Ila tivrili lip-auienuztad llstluamela 7110
now m'I~'It ttfromlIla lyi, ile itloemf sof Ila%

c't I :II :11:1I A Atifi~l'. 1(1It it I ivui 'I lilyr tire'
going 1111o m vel f'Veii'Illel, noiaiattur'wr ii t
Imigi~ng-v nt:iy' Iii'mlmr:,vii or iitIlaiit
nmonr' itlet"iavi~l. 'l'IacvI% ill witc trgai:c
11il('Il' goolsfor fiaa 1-14.4 'i'orii' elupIllitt
nuul get PAimlllimlmg Ili ri-tlti'Ili'iconve'l't

iii I'ti Irolttey'i. (liItinny teem tifill to
Ili'a 4E'Ki 't ltIirl. ~e li 0111 lelsof '.ttn~.I.
Iitii. lot Ill Ilt'Six~il, Ow "Ie, Ie'ntis ('ohIO
froiml"'(.ren:t I% th~'e'IlterprimiIe of tie.
liinfiel''I. Itlee'gre'titirtherI a"I'ric'.' itnd lmtta
1.111'.'or thole'Ii',i'e. fifIlie' l-oi'lih it ue
till tileet ,l)C'5 teIll hittial'It litI11-4 vtlrlutil

'lhe 1c.fie of 4I%1l 1 1 'lit% ni v li' I*
NIlti miller $ruiji m fri '~l
l'is1* 'me ('itro,'fo Oiat' it-tlmIin ltilwi 1-4siat ifilt
me.ll'1iletin r eu 00,11,14all) 1 ( i~.40114 -.
H~mvtiai -at)'uritirois~, N. J.. tee.l. 17. 19k) )
T.kI k i J.t k 1110 It i t '.1 11 iIll 111-A J.,tOk9J Jae1

eela. 1' I''ec% Sniarr'nwrri 'tr"It.'e v 4 '%1arow
wieli t. I hi'l'it t ni'I altgtrel At'ht iriag

It i'-tk iiea very little' dlfer.,nreu
whp'tt~s'r wxume'n or mi ilto the tttoach'
ligIar. IlrIi,:lit l~Ihat teachinlit g)m of tha'l
Ile'u qr il.oh lnt010d'cat' h

'3" 3 & 3C 8HOE8SB
W. L. Douglas 4.00 Coo oHt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.

I 1

i9S SS7 lReliable Fri
O If MA A M sizes.

SWAR to ytie w it.
IUU$10,000U d.,o trta.ment.
W. 1.. 1I)OuAglI J.80 shot have by their .
Scellentl lyle. easy fitting, and superior wearing
qualities, achievedthe lrge@ eak of any $3.,O -i
'iuoe In the world. They ar re jut"good o I
Sthoe that cet sou $S.0 to 7.00 the oel*
difference is the price. II I could take you in
my fctlory ,t Brockton,. Mas s., the larifest In BEST IMPRO
the world binder one rool itrklrg men a first
shois, and show yu the care with whkht eser> Large Eng
plrof llouglles ho oism nidt.e.3,uwoukl resllI proMptly.
why W. L. )ouvls .. ho are the b* promptly.
I h esh produce, In the world. Circular Sao
i I could show you the difference between thec
*h makes, you would understand why Doui'loi Mill Supplie
$3.84) shoes coit more to make, why they houip
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are
gSreater Intrinsitc value than any other ...5" AN
S',e on the market to-day. I I
4.L. 0 t!, wron, 91df1e eafor fee I' ; :.0
Oeea Oe 3 *1o8.1v.50 denl(.d
CAUTIQN .-Insit Ulon i1vig "W. L. llu-'iL r rl ari
l"a olot> rale no imvlithtitt. .onC l g ntlA i.e iI 1|ld* irs
witiiit lils illlnA iand ,rlcd atliramped on bottom. NATII.
WANTIED. A hltue dealer In ovarytiown where __.
W. I. D, u. la.i 'eli slN are not ,,oll. Fr ll kil#- o m
samples .lit free for lnspeitl'nt uupon request
Sfast Oo1 feVet I/f used; the wa//I not wear erasy.
Wlite for IIIlltratwit lrtalog fr Fall tstvile
W. L. nItO LAS. tllrckton. M as. In t
... 1---- CURED
1l Olvenn iVi ----
y r J Relief. --
St em vlt wellin In 8 to 2o
Sdsys; effect a permanent cure'
Ira" n in yito fodnvo. Trialtreatmelnt 0
given free. Nothlnigeaa bbe fairer
Write Dr. H. H. Oreen'sl Snas
Specialilsts. Box Atlanta. ud.
MON EY $ $ $ I" "' THE




r tio11* Imrj i~ ti w i tit' Iltown aIlw11tlhin %- N' ,I1111 ,
1,1111'.. "Jtil-exo ,4tly 1' I 1 AC n kl nltyp-.'
itl it r Ii t I Ef r~i sf 441 1.antH opll s t' 1, toits ,o
At kle TIWE I ll 'ti II" l, i p4rr. to,1:1i t l i e.,

Ithts oifl, 1% Sew o rb,it t :w Aof.mjh14 t 0*iw
I mm tlhdt a, rUSIt sl Id ..yt hf At k I n a*4 cr-.
vacl n Men 110iife-Isuy an whatsialwe r I

Stamp collrtors will profit by the
iparatlon of Norway from Swdon.
All the stampH that hear the portrait
of K g 0 -.cr cared to be valid on
July 30.

Lemon Flixir
Ciu s f e C,,.tipetion, Indigetion.
Mouir Stimach, lleadlache. Colic.
lI,,rlre,. liver and Kildneys, and
keeps the mvstem in pertfect con.
dition by vregulatiug the bowels.
Tones Up the System
and rtilbls y1tto enjoy the
a immer. I'Ilaeant to take; gentle
I action, buit thorogtah In results.
so. and 51 ,) at drug mtures.

Again Unfortunate.
They happened t hobe standing at
the same corner, waiting for a strot
"I bexg your p'arden for mentlonIng
It. nidlam." maidl Mr. Maklnhrakei.
"hilt the almoiphere Ii full of ntvt
this morning, und .oiU have thre- or
f foir nlttiIdul on your face."
"I'll thank voil to look after your
own affalrs. lr,." nshwe-ed the mid-
(die-gdl wrf'i:mn. "Th- a are moles"
Hastily I, ging her pardon again.
Mr. Makinhr-'kes de'ddet -to wait for
the sp- ond er --Chlrau, Tribune.



N ,ir


Avery& Companyco oNErmRAT're
51t.S sBo h Por*yth ., Atlant, Ga.


wf&Fpft Water...

ck Engines. Boilers, all
Wheat Separatorm.

gines and Boilers supplied
Shing'e Mille, Corn Mills.
ws.Saw Teeth,Patent Dogs.
rnorn. Full line Enmines &
s. Send for free Catalogue
rIt le Air'I.fir it 1 i i -, ,I
( I I r i n l I 'hd lii .* w hI lir
r. w* wer drlilte Itr. ili
,,tl,-r> (,f <,ld11-r- b., hiv t,-u
endloiilun on w'io nt (,f *heir r .
e r 4ll ,i. "ii w o rli 4 in 'h
r, Ir (It ) L D r* "r I ).fi p
hear ilrr no d h
A r >ra& I. on w (it
A 4 ICKFO( Atl..re,
lim I (f tilnltt 1. '.*

~aue~ c~r'Iei~ b741Wgi fta


I Thn three "-Ills" tht ma!:' life a burden.
Naturv'm great remedy. In use for aloast
a century. would by all druggKists.
LoulStlllr. Ky.

trou'!led with ills peculiar to
theu used as a douche is mrveMs y sc-
ceastul. Thotought cleanes. killsdisease ermt
ctop dlscbarges, eals Iflammation anla
woreess, cures llscoritb ad naUsi catarrb.
Paxtune is in powder form to be dissolved in pare
water, ani is tar more cleansing, halhng, ,rmicidal
and economical than liquid aniseptikca or a
Nir ale t druggists, 0 cents a bos.
Trial Bei and Book of Intructions Prm.
(At4- 0O)


Price Lists and Color Cards Frei





''II )- ur drugg c i'iL viii rQ'luiiil ) i r mit) vy) Ml I. 111:4, li l t t-

klants, DALLAS, iii .AND UM xpuw, Tnalt.

^S^p4 EB f E-

At Last--Don't Miss It.


Stomach Trouble
Science declares It the only way.
A New Method. By Absorption. No Drugs.

3O TO1 B " X 3M3BLjc3BCE 7
Tt menns a dimewaed Stomach. Are you afflicted with Short lireath.
CGai, Sour Er'nicttionn. Heart i'ain, Indigestion, I)v's xep'a, lht1rn-
ing I'lill a nod l.nd ad Weight in I'it of Stomach. Acid Stonilih. Ih.--
tetien lId Abllomen. llizziln7 ,., (' *'i(. Sick Ilfe dnche. I'irnpe's, Ilad
pixion. n,IAD) IREATH or Any Other Stomach Torture?

Mull's Anti Belch Wafers

Nothing else like it known. It's mure and pleasant. Cures by mh-
sorption. Ilarrnlems. No druiis. Stomach Trouil',e can't be citre.
o the Storminh and make you uorse.
We know Mull'l Anti-lle:ch Waifers cure and we want you to
knowv it. hence thi. offer.
SI'C('IAL. OFFER.-The regau'ar pri of Mull's Anti-T'cleh Wafer"
i% ~)c. for a full sired box. but to mintrodure it to thoupanrL of mufTrecrs
we will ,,tnd two (2) boxes upon receilpt of 75c and this advertise-
mnnt. or we will send you a sample free for thut coupon.
10145. COUPON 127.
Mend Ilel INwt e@th i 14a aO 4dyeaI, aeIline am t drgIslt
W`h0 de. NEST eel. f m 7p, : .?.Ie boxfn._ l 'Al.' A t teAi .te
Mi'l.11.M irrj.w.lle vto abl oefsf.d'rv mw ay n ta**ppear again.
Mi r .MI Aoi p erl p r l .


eS male hbow big the bi- no matt o y bI v" r sit Is
"na brIgl It to bag with a lto"h 0tres,, esg bt aSeootga
etotRepeatlint gus. Rsuolt are what comWtT. Th aTlw
gIve the beset result s ield. fowl or trap heetIang, sad area waia
PRES: Sand smead address aon a pos tal wd fr far au"e alstrated eaftaegms.

4 1

To oure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try It? Prioe*'0o.

0'r- CURE FOR'

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SJM 6 caumI, Ps wur. Was CeehWM r ado Je.t e ss If sS 1AIET.
pasM1c-'1*** .i g y_ ..ll.4.ov1116 t
PU3Z m3YY m.ATy MOMNMGO. Yom K the Jewi oly day of boSlt .o 1... |f
S v POP Taa criflOR aa Pau th .G= for
t nnarton, aisn oYbegarvadhiuh-t=
Mm lATE m issipion n C ea"% at Which atth
--- til the same hour Muday evening, dur- Stat, f riat a.
Of Can"" Oplales ro ma Few of ing Whic t auortbodi JW ke 0. L DAV S1.
o r ., up con tinews fasting and prayer, many X c SPIER
a cmies wo sontatg a Kl Hilt PROPOSED CHARR O OF THE "GILMORE By
..L We have come to the colhion that Yom Kippur isar t4 most -ed da AND DAVIS COMPANY."
S average politician i guilty unt Iin th Jewiyear, and is obrved with beeb assoca selves
ireninocent, and the way to prove great solomni the world over. At 6 Tn the,, ae ots beont dotim
It 1i to vote for the other fellow. -Wild- o'clock yeatlrday evening all work u=de e FiVrI. under tdo followingd
wood News. among the Jews ceased, as well as loud propoeedhartw1. Wl
An exchange, as an argument against talking, and in the Jewish world there h th. a MC .h Ghn. es
the naming of candidates for Governor wil be no laughter orejoicing until 6 Dav Compa." with It principal be "Gilmore at
so far in advance of the time for open- o clock to-night., when, tired with their Tadahaes Florida:I to business shai be condue-
Ing the campaign, cites the possibility long prayers and weakening fast, they Uted in the Stateo-r dFri and anyStaterofthe
that some of them might die before the willseek food and refreshment. A p M a or onvent rt.
time for the election. Some of those ri)d of rejoicing follows the day of A .
whose names have been suggested are at:nement. The general nature of its business shall be: To TO
already dead politically -Plant City In the past ages, on their holy day of bu. -sel. manufature, furniture. mantels, hou
Coualready dear. d, politically. ant atonement, the Jews were wont to make ard a tor furnaib ad n rch iadi of every We
Florida is nearer clear of political atonement for thti sin and shortcom- in of every kind andoa neral building, Con- an
oanidalithan itaharben years, a tolit by sacrificing lambs upon the altars tractors and plumbn businm. To buy. sell.
scandal than it has been in years, and to her temples. This ceremony is ob and onv and. T .
S Governor Napoleon Broward a good olnheir temples. This ceremony is o aown. erMr on lsa merchant In dealing al
share of the credit is due. We have in lete now, however, and the present nanyofthe onaodlU meaa. To l mart-
share of the credit is due. We hae inr method of observing Yom Kippur is by was, sublet. pledge har e or convey any ofm
the noble gentleman a noble chief, and maintaining a solemn and quiet de- it property at will and relvest or dispose of the
one who is serving the interests of the manor for th twnty-four hours of proceeds thereof in such manner as provided by
common class, the majority of whose ma r h wenty-our hour By-law. Toconductanyof Its busine, andem-
commn class,them iority ofwhose the day, abstaining from food and being ploy agents or officersn any place in this State or
votes elected him. oe is doing just constantly in prayer. other State or Foreign country whenever to the
what he promised us he would do, and ..pr.y.. interest of this company. To borrow money and
this is saying more than we could truth- Nothing to Fe. mortga de.not oher of its obliatio
fully say of a goodly number of his pre- Mothers need have no hesitancy in To subscribe or purchaseown holdfor nvest- ou
decessors. -Orlando Star. ment or otherwise, sell. dispose (if and make ad-
Among the prominent visitors to this continuing to give Chamberlain's Cough vanee upon stock.hare. bonds, a or th
Among te prominent visitors to thi Remedy to tneir little ones, as it con- .securities of other corporations wherever located t
city Saturday was Hon. E. S. Orill. of tains absolutely nothing injurious. This or oranied. ensaed n of the businesses or
Pa atka, President of the East Florida remedy is not only perfectly safe to give operations herein mentoo and while the owner
Savings and Trust Company, and one of to small children, but is a medicine of rihts and powers thereof as allowed by law. To
the most conservative financiers and great worth rnd merit. It has a world- receive payment for capital stock subscribed for
business men in the State. Dr. Crill wide reputation for its cures of coughs, be fixed by or the Board of e ustor And generally
was treasurer of the State for one term, colds and croup and can always be re- tod all things, to have. xoercise and enjoy all
and the affairs of the treasury were lied upon. For sale by all druggists. rights, powers and privilege incident t the busi-
kept in a business-like manner. He has ______* neo. of the corporation a. allowed by the laws of
kept in a business-like mnnerHehaFloridary to advance its interests.
numerous friends here who would like I Wanted I and ART.
to see him occupy the gubernatorial For any one of the following issues T. amount of the capital stock of the corpora- F
chair, for no man in the State is better of The True Democrat we will pay ten tion shail be 50.000.00. to be divided into five hun-
ualified for Governor.Gainesilledred shares of one hundred dollars each. Tener
alied for Governor.-Gainesvill cents : cent of the said capital stock shall be subecribed c
un. No. 1, March 3; No. 6, April 7 ; No. and paid for before said corporation shall transact
When Jennings, last year, ordered the 19, Jul 7; No. 20, July 14th. any business. Allor any partof said capital stock
State tax reduced to one-half mill, he The aboveare to complete our files. We cha o any prabe, or tiauedtor used for the pur- .
did it for his own political advancement, also wish to secure copies of the follow- fixed by the board of Director at a meeting to be
hoping probably that it would aid in his ing, for which we will pay five cents called for that purpose.
candidacy for the United States Senate. e-ch: ART. 4. _o
But it didn't work. As a consequence No. 10, May 5; No 13, May 26; No aTheterm for which aid corporation shall exist
the State tax will be higher this year 14, June 2; No. 18, June 30; No. 21, AhaT. b5 n.ty-nin
than it has been for years. The present July 21; No 23, August 4; M. 24, A.u- Ar .
administration had to do this to meet gast 11; No. 26, Avgust 25: No. 27, The buhine uof the rPoration a be conduct-
penses of the State government. St 1; 26 August 2 NO. 27, ed bythe following officer.: Prdent. Vice-resi. 1
the expenses of the State government .ptemuer 1; No. 28, September 8. dent. Secretary. Treasurer and buard of three di-
-De Land Record. -. I rectors. Theomcesof Secretaryand'iTreasurer may
The Ocala Banner says what it did in Cures Winter Cough. imayb tbchaedbyby.laws. nbut t no timetobe
the squabble about the appointment of J. F. Gover, 101 North Main Street, esns than three nor more than nine. The Board of
-a county judge for Marion county, the Ottowa, Kansas, writes : t"E very t Ddrsmayapoint oterm rsagents, w ith
criticism of Governor Broward and the fall it has been my wife's trouble to! law. The directors shall be lectett by stockhold-
defense of the county democratic com- catch a severe cold, and, therefore, to mr at ech annu. I meetn. All other officers All
mittee, is upheld and endorsed byevery cough all winter long. Last fall I got ciess.upplied by them at any time.Antualmrneet-
organized democrat in Marioi county. her a bottle of Horehound Syrup. She ings of the stockholders shall be hdld on the first
Are there two kinds of democrats in used it and has been able tosleep sound- Monday of November of each ear, but such data
that county? -Jacksonville Metropo is. ly all night long. Whenever the cough may be chanlgedbyby-laws. The direct ersshall I-
It begins to look that way ; but, er- troubles her, two or three doses stops i ately thereafter. The subscribnt incorporators,
haps, there would not have been it we the cough, and she is able to be up and -hall meet on first Monday of November, 190b. at --
had escaped having a Jacksonville fac- well." 25c, 50c and $1.00. For sale by theoftm eofuthecompanyaInTalahsgsl'e tionalist at the head of affairs Duval all druggists. irst annual meeting. of electing officers and colm-
county litics left an evil influence in h .e C i C .it. n .. t pliting its organization. Until the officers elected
every State convention for the past The Capital City Bank, of this city, 1s at the firt annual meeting shall be qualified, the
twenty years. Breathing its atmos- i having steel fire-proof lining put in and buint of the corporation shall be conducted by
twenty years. Breaking its aemos- ,, bur. the following officers: F. C. Gilmore. i'reaident;
phere for so long a time, perhaps Gov- around their vaults, and the latest hur- G; I. Davis. Vice-l'resident. and A. C. Spiller.
ernor Broward finds it impo ssible to glar-proof alarms put in at the bank. Secretary and Treasurer. F. C. Gilmore. G.I a-
i... vin, A. C. Spiller. Board of Directors.
escape bad habits! But the methods Last Hop Vanished ART. 6.
tirely new to Ma rion county democracy When leading physicians said that W. The hithcet amount of indebtedness ,,r li.>,iliv
M. Smithart, of Pekin, la had incurs- to which this .c,,rp,,ration sMal at any tim,, subiet
and are not only regretted, but are .n- i. Smithart ofPekin, la had incurs- tset hallt b *,oo.
cerely deplored by the rank aridfil -who ble consumption, his last hopevanished; ^R. 7.
were once proud to ho known as his but Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-I The name, and residences of subscribing incor-
strongest friends.-Ocala Banner. sumption, Coughs and Colds kept him pIrators. toge their with the amount of ,apilal
out of his grave He sAys : "This great stock subttcribed by each, are as follows: F ('C
Garnisie. ivdinir in Tallahassee. 160 shares; G I
Dec:ors Said He Would Not LI e specific completely cured me, and saved ,,lav rremidngn in1 allahas"wm160 share. A. t
my life. Since then I have used it for Spiller, reti.nr" in Talliharmee. 100 shares. and
Peter Fry, Woodriff, Pa ,writes: "Af- ten years, and consider it a marvelous 100 shar,.s to be held m- Treasury Stock, t 6b.- .Ii
ter doctoring for two years with the throat and lung cure." Strict'y scien- directed by the by l I.. F C.ILMO
he4t physicians in Waynesburg, and tific cure for Coughs, Sore Thr)ats or ; I. DAVIS
still getting worse, the doctors advised Colds; sure preventive of pneumonia. State of A sillR.
me, if I had any buA ness to attend to. Guaranteed; 50 cents adtl $1.(l bottle.4 sa,,Counity, irn.
I had better atterd to it at once, as I at all drug stores. Trial bottle free. nrore me, the ur,,is.,,nedi authority, ,.ers,,n-
could not live another month, Ps there .. ally appeared F.. c. morer. ; IDavis andi A (.
was nothing to cure for me. Foley's As Islam Edwardi says he is ready spilie, utome siown to lie the person des.ribelni
Kidney Cure was recommended to me to die and the Governor as si., ned his in td h, a t |1.he or, ,,m.inrum.nt ant
by a friend, and I immediately ment my d-'ath warrant, there seems to be no c,,rthit. orthe purpose me y iond. d
son to the store for it. and. aft(r taking reason (save the Pardon Ho;.rd) why he In witness wh three bottles of it. I began to get bet- should not ".-kip the ditch" on the day and official seal this 15th day of Septmber. Ist.
ter and continued to improve until I was appointed. Isham has confessed to the Isr.ALtJ JOHNl E. PERKINS. i .
entirely well."Sold by all dealers. murder of School Superintendent Eppes Ntary Pubic, f lrid t l
,~ -~r~d~--~-- i of Leon county. Palatka News. My comm'sion exie. Dec. 7, 190.,
OKRA A LA GILCIIHIST. .... .... ... Discharge Notice.
Th newspapers of the State have been Torments of Tetter and Eczema AI- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT six
passing around new recipe forcooking of chJud mt ifr the date y.Forfi. anU r stlte i
okra, sent by General A W. Gilchrist, The intense itchin characteritic oif courn Ire.I willfresen n my. Florida.l ai.ot ly t the
from one of the watering places, where eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is for my discharge a. Admnm.i.trator of the ....te'
he has been summering. He says that instantly allayed by applying Chamber- of Henry J, Richaordo. deceasd.I
he dld not know before that there was lIin's Salve, and many severe cases (IlAS. Kl(HARDON,.,
more than one way to co< k okra. and have been permanently cured by its uie. Tallahaee., Fla., Septemtbr 1st, i,. lern-4,m
that was whit might be called "the old For sale by all druggists. Notice to Creditors.
slippery way, rone before it is hardly Notice for Publication. THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF
in your mouth." If the General is not '. r u atn. Henry J, Richardson, deceased, havln been
very careful, he may yet fnd his guber- ^Y r.aR nys oT F TSR Intl'nRiot.n I suggest by the administrator. all persons hav-I Aft
natorial boom cooke in the semrme old LAtN Oarre AT Gr a erea file the mabe with th County Judge
slippery way.-Bartow Courier-Inform- Notice Is hereby riven that the following. 'of Leon county, Florida, on or before March 7th, leavir
ant. named settler has filed notice of his intention to 1906. R. A. WHITFIELD.
Another exchange facetiously remarks make Arfial proof in support of his claim, and that I County Judge. To,
that "the General" would probably idPrf will made be foreclrk Circuit Court TallahaMe. ia.. September lt, 1906. lem-m. comp
make a better cook than governor This Molry Brownln., widow of Iewis Browning, de-' Esectriz Notlce. In \
S is distinctly unkind to one who has tried red of M.. n. Fla.WH. 3011 -for thelot TOTICE I_ HEREBY GIVEN TO AI.L CRED- draft
so hard and so long to impress his /lenames the flowing witne.e to provehi. ,,frrts D.ta, distrbte of th ent i k
his personality upon an edmirin, public, continuou ride' c upon and cultivation ,f said Fiorhiea to all prions hai claidml s
The real trouble with Albert is that he lard. viz: Sitter Crrnarte.,,f Meridian. Vla.. Jeit.p- mnd'saganstsaeate.s toprmt sme, ing ft
didn't begin at the right end. u eidin. Fla. John (twartie. of in to law, within two years fee this dat, the ('
W. G. ROBINSON. 2r l cvince
An AwItI Cough Cured. 10-4 4t Riterster. or demanHds will be fore'rer bre.



Repair Work a Specialty.
Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
99pcgpq~prgapqa p cgxepqBq^ ^V eqp r^

As to the Purity, Freshness

and general Good Qualities
of the Goods sold here, is


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

__ 3 Sl.


J. D. CAY, 140 S.Adeas St.
I carry tho choicest livery in
"" the city.
My teams cannot he duplica-
ted by any stable in Tallahassee.
My marriagess Phwtons, Sur-
reys, buggies and Robes are
new and clean, the most fastidi-
ous will be pleased with them.
I ask a liberal share of the
patronage tof the people of Tal-
lahassee. and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
er thim date I will operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
orders for famielis or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
tent tlrivers. There are no others so goodxt. A trial willconvince.
hte sales department will always be found a good assortment of
and smaddle horses and mules for light or heavy work.
eep on hantl various grades (if buggies and harness. Any one look-
.or either will do wellto call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
me to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con-
d. Number of phone 291.


"Two years ago our little girl had a Notice of Application for Discharge. eIutrix or .a. ., nars ,. ,..rti
touch of pneumonia, which left her with, OTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL Legal Notice.
an awful cough. She had spells of cough- sx months after the first publication herwrf. ,OTICE 18 HECREBY GIVEN THAT. SIX
ing, just like one with the whooping make final returns, and apply for my discharge as .months after date, the undersigned will file
cough, and some thought she would not tdmntratr of theaof Willam A Nowlt. their sacounts as Eecsutor and Executrix of the
get well at all. We got a bottle of to OHN W. HENDERSON. t.aord Fed m .apply to th htunuabt
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which Administrator of maid state. ount Juds of ad county for their dimharre
acted like a charm She stopped cough- July ~k. I eon- m an..ucd executor and executhix.
ing and got stout and fat." writes Mrs. FURNISHED ROOMS. E.A. CRAWIORD. Executor,
Ora Buasard Brubak r, Ill. This rem- With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle- i of the stat of f MarthY. l.rimi. 'd.
edy is for safe by all druggists. Datd this fit day of July. I smn*
l. men. Central, care True Democrat. tf
Wonder what J. M. Barre wants for fw NOTICE or the I CSoimy os tsh s teu of ob-
that 30 cents an acre government land Vertli es. wet L e. miCollies. deet ei
that he bought from Governor Jennings? Now is the time to order your fertil.- Immee th s.id esate. hbt bemin ug.
We would lke to invest about 90 cents ser for eve4thing you wish to grow in Ltor the Cmn
in an acsere if there is any more for ale. the falL Give your orders to oesse Ibs bwAse ee. to a Peresm savisg
Orlando s .and te som.f R. A. dwusw Aret stohe m oo
Too late. What Barr didn't get at - a= o d u .A & .. U. -a e*r tnU
30 emnts was sold by Arthur Williams to IU.m t A. I I1u
a turpentine operator on speculat o. MCWp ,. "' K

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. HANCOcs. Prp
Phone 79 and 9.

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joining our Piano Club you will be able to get
O0 grade Piano for $267 on payments of $10
wn and membership dues of $6 per month,
thout interest: Piano delivered free to near-
; depot as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.


introduce and get this Piano before the public,
e will form a club of ONE HUNDRED members,
d each member will get a Piano at the whole-
le price. The club is limited to ONE HUNDRED
mbers and all instruments will soon be taken.


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

Send for Catalogue.

The Cable Company



. 1 .0 .". Wf '.0

Se- 0.&WUA haiet. v


Mr. Jno. W. Britton. of Thomasville,
was in the city this week.
J. E. Alexander, of Volusia county,
was a visitor to the capitol city last
Among returning Tallahaweeans last
Friday were Mrs. S. D. Chittenden and
Miss Augusta.
Mr. Robert Bradford and family re-
turned from St. Teresa last Monday to
their winter residence.
Mrs. A. C. Croom and Mrs. W. C.
Croom have gone North via the Clyde
line for a visit of several weeks' dura-
Pencils from Ic. to Sc. each at R. J.
hated Death.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but
by choosing the right medicine r,. H.
Wolfe, of Hear Grove, Iowa, cheated
death. He says : "Two years ago I had
Kidney Trouble, which caused me
great pain, suffering and anxiety, but I
took Electric Bitters, which effected a
complete cure. i trae also found tnem
of great benefit in general debility and
nerve trouble, and keep them constant-
ly on hand since, as I tnd they have no
equal." All druggists guarantee tnem
at Wec.
Judge J. B. Whitfield has been quite
ill, but is improving.
The approaching marriage of Mr.
Friabee Unittenden to Miss Iawin is an-
Mr. Walter Wight has gons to Cairo,
Ga., to look after his interests in the
naval stores business in that vicinity.
Dea't ** Imposed UV .
Foley & Co. originated money and
TAr as a throat and lung remedy, and
o i account of the great merit and popu-
Ibrity of Foley's Honey and Tar many
imitations are uttered for the genuine.
Tnese worthless imitations have similar
sounding names. Bewareof them. The
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar in in a
yellow pacKage, Ask for it and refuse
a iy substitute. It is the best remedy for
c tugns and colds. Sold by all dealers. *
Supreme Justice W. A. Hocker re-
turned fuesd y from Virginia.
Mr. Edgar Howen has gone to accept
A posltioni in a lainbridge drug store.
1dWar s a tline specimen of the typical
Tailahassee boy wno has risen to an
excellent hunuisto position by his own
efforts and qualific.tionM, and has the
good wishes >.f a nost o0 friends in his
IsALVe city.
A Darsuet 11l Bid
O.ten ends in a sad accident. To h.9al
accidental injuries ue Bucklen's Ar.,ica
hAivO. "A uedp wound in my foot, from
an accident, writes Theodore hchuele,
of Columbus, 0., "caused mU Kie .
paIn. iysliclans were helpleMs, but
tLueAien's Arnica Salve quicKiy healed
it." Soothes and heal.4 i)u ., .iite nimgic.
26., at all druggists. *
Pillow Top and iu uhion C r.l' the p
at R. J. Evans'.
A. 11. Giniberg, theclothing m 'rchant,
is soilingg out at count with toi inten-
tion of leaving 'l allihamsee.
Messar. Brumby & Fenn are using the
old Cihins drug sLore premises u it
nLore rtrrm for the overflow of gooximl
from tliir e XLensivie sMt,blishmenit, a
carnad it which wi4 t C (*ivtl tuii, week.
Mr W. P. l)yer, one ol the most
sk.iliul artists in brickiaying work ev.r
knjwn here, recently returned from a
lo Ig bu iies'i absence in MisAIHippi.
Tne practice of using the idewalks
for bicyciuo is one' in .t deiaindls ateln-
tion from the city authorities Many
riders are extremely care'les of tit'
rights of petdestriaus, and ptermsitence
in such conduct will renulit in a conulict'
with oflciai autiniority, sieonetr 'r later.
Saved His Life.
J. W. liavenport, Wingo, Ky..wr.ten,
June 14, 192. 'I want to tell you 1 be-
lieve Hallard a Snow Liiimeneit saved in)
life I was nd *r tis tr'atmient of two
doctors, and thty told inm. gine of my
lungs was e at, rely gne., and the other
hadly atffectel. I also had a lutmp on iny
side. 1 do n't thihk that I could have
lived over two months longe'r. I was in-
duced by a trend to try itall.rd'Ms Sntw
Liniment. The first applictationa gay,. ni
great relief; two lfty rent Iittl .,'scture'
mie sound and well.
It is a wonderful meditcine, and I rev-
o-nmind it to sufYering humanity. F'or
sale by all druggist *.
Mr. Henry ktker, of ('rawoindlille,
wos in the city Monday and made us a
pleasant visit.
Pleasant, jovitil lo.k Wooten, of
Woodville, vas nmoviig among hnis Tal-

lahassee friendly again Mondany. giving
to all whom hei met a tplehuint smile
and a hearty hand shake.
A Card.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough.
hea.s the lungs and prevents serious re-
sults from a cold. Curen la grippe
cough and prevents pneumonia and con-
sumption. Contains no opiates. The
genuine is In a yellow package. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all deaTers.
For 9eSal
A medium-slaed second-hand boiler,
with equipment, for ale heap. Ap.
ply at thia office, or at on Hotel, and
see It. l. 1-tt

naabl tr Sele.
An thed blank forms kept la stoek
at TheTrue Democrat offie are the
Deed-No. 1. Conforming to the stat-
Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended
acknowledgment for dower.
Mortta e-Nos. 1 and 2, as above.
ChatfaI-Mo rtage or Bill of Sale, with
Crop Mortgage, with Note.
Turpentine Leae.
Promioy Note.
We also have a supply of "NO AD-
MITTANCE" signs.
Call and see them.
Fo Fall Gardeao.
Turnips and Ruts Baga Seed, finest
quality, at Yaeger's. tf
Legal Cap Paper, 8c. per quire at R.
J. Evans'.


Pbyddan and

.... n ......

Ifs.ass of the Eye, :Car and Nose a Speialty.

Oftlee an old capitall city Bank

Jefl. D. FerIrell,


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

71 portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and sat isaction guaran.

Cream Vermifuge




gWAnr ** IMITATiMslle.
TNaieslelNWI PSPASe e*MLv S
'nllard-Snow Liniment Co.
*T. LOuIs. MAO.

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Fancy Goods

Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces
and Embroideries

Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery

The Newkst Materials for
Fancy Work.

149 N. Monroe St.

Georgia. florida & Alabama
Railway Compy.
(C., T. & G R. R. CO.)
,chrelule Effective 7.00 P. M.. May 8, 1906.

1.v Atlanta
I.v maelm
Lv iCuthbjert
L~v Arlingtonn
1.-' IlainIfwldgm
A r Tailahase..
I.v Tallahass.
(via HWA.Ll
IAr .Jacksconvillo

fLv Tafluhap-..
l.v Stopehtupaiy
LI [AlArtak
Lv (a rrahml.e
Ar Ae~okla-hiedoia

Lv Apalachicola
iLv (arraiwiic
L~V 1AfPrk
IA' 4togi..hg'gp y
Ar Tl'#~i'.haus',-
Lv Jackeownvilic
IS.AL.- y.J
A r T Ilahae-ow
Lv t Ti iahaueae-e.
Lv aianhrkidge
Ar Ali~ngttgrn
Lv Cuthbert
Lv Maco~n
Ar Atlanta

Renth sound.
Sunday at'day
only. only.
No. 1 No. No. 5 No. 3
12.0am 7. r6am
3 4',am 11.3amn
7.SOam 4.0opm
9.10oam 5.1Fipm
ll.($am fl.Mpm 4.20am
i25fipm h.40pm 1.06amn
I.JMpm 4.00am
7.40pm lfl.iam
2.00pm H.(Wam 1lx15am H.SOp-n
.14lpm 10.(Xam 9.29am 9.M >m
1.45pm 10. 45m 10.06am 10.24 >m
4.00)pm 10.1tam 10.316 m
Nirth Itound.

Nci. 21

12.1 giga
1 'VII'm !

Sunday Hat'day
only. only.
N :o3 No. No. 4
2.(X)pm 6.00pm 4.30pm
2.N)pm *6.45prn 4.45am
3t.14pm 7.21pm 6.l5am
tr,( m.m .;fi'pm 6.20am

V.0rom 4.(W)pmn
.9.2filom A %clam 14. pm
&Vtl..'im .27am 10.2rpm
7.2hi'm 10. 14amm
Pl4.ipm 11. Sfam
4. 1ram 4.35pm
7.:tt~am 7,56pm

10. 3Itam

Ntic. Traims No and 6 will depart from and
arrive at fNot( of Hhtwei l street, Rainhrdie.
Ti'let.t for train I, living Bainbrdire Sundlays
at .2f0 am, will be on sale, at the office of the Cal-
lahan Orocery Cominany.
"Train No. A will wtop 35 minutes at Lanark fo
brMeak fast.
W. M. IIWr. E. 0. Al"ton,
General MaiaK.er, "'ri, rlt I'Pawnve r AKetnt.
Ifalnh ,lt fe.
S(' Snipe,
Trruv .li 1 I'a..', .r Airent.
Tallaharee. Fli.

1) TO 1

lni bett r are the chances of your
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
y >u use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
tell, there's little likelihoMl iof your
havin ; anything but a pure. wholes.ime
yet economic tl product. But don't be
cont.*nt wi|if i1 "'ust as gooei" flour-
(I im an I the Clifton everytime, it is the
vary best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

A Painless Cure of Curable Pain1
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.


whenever she uff ers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.
It not only compels the pains to stop, but It follows up and drives out
the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back.
It makes you welL Try IL
Sold everywhere In I1.00 bottles.


(is sl~am nd howl to vcs~mi

we Mqa. ATm

write Mary Shton, Poplar
M Mo., I c.n do my bmswork,
ihoh, Nfore tadf CARDUI, two
dets had dona m-s M od. I can
Wtrauy say I wam cn by Car
I wast every miblrtm tly to hkow of


Lightest Shift! Lightest Running! The
Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes in
use in Florida than any other machine.

For sale by.

Tallahassee, Fla.
l II ~i ii


Double- Breasted Sack


Fall and Winter

Just the snap, grace and swing
to make you lcok right.
q Call and examine our elegant
line of The Bell System Suits,
Single and Double Breasted,
Overcoats and Raincoats.

Designed ad Made by

Stern, Lauer, Shohl & Co.







To purchase a lare tract of Timber
Lead in FlA ; prefer to deal with
owner direct.
1= Title and Trust kMs., Chicago, Ill.


For Sak.
One npecr cane mill and evaporator.
Tho vap or is nearly new. Appy
to D. B.Mlial. ,, -4t.
Pe statioory, half price, atR. J.


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