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: November 3, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. 1.




NO. 36.

Good Government;

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



Disastrous Fire Wedaesday Causings
Loss of $30,M00.
The "sec of troubles" with which
Pensarola has been overwhelmed during
the past few weeks culminated on last
Wednesday morning with one of the
Most disastrous conflagrations that has
ever visited the "Deep Water City."
Our space forbids an extended account
of the disaster, and we can only say
that thejlosses have been estimated at
nearly $3(i?,:O, partially covered by in-
Among the losses was that of Blount
& Illount's law library, valued at $30,-
(M,. which was almost entirely destroyed,
lbesides a large quantity of valuable rec-
ords and papers belonging to their im-
mense business.
The fever, which has prevailed in Pen-
saeola since August, is now practically
under control, and it isexpected that all
quarantine restrictions will be removed
ina few days
('ajtain George lA'wis returned home
last Friday and is again at his post.
Mrs W. J. (Cook, sister to Mrs. D. B.
Maxwell, is visiting relatives in Talla-
Miss Mary Damon secured a good
tenant for her new two-story cottage
before it was completed.
Mrs. Hushnell, Mrs. Barber and their
mother have returned, after spending
the summer at Saluda, N. C.
Mr. .1 A Woodward, of the Ocklock-
onee ntihlborhooil, made a pleasant call
at The True iDemiocrat office this week.
Mrs. Fred W. Marsh and little daugh-
ter, Riowena, have joined the Tallahas-
see-PeOisacola colony, to remain until
the fever trouble is over.
Messrs. .Joseplh Trice and A B. Winn,
of Medart, were among their Tallahas-
see' rienils again Monday and Tuesday,
and ma:Ie us a pleasant call.
Mr i. It. amble. the popular repre-
sent:itive (f the H. & W. It. i)rew (4Co.,
was in the city Monday and made The
T'irue, Iuitcrat a pleasant visit.
Mr. Thomas II. Hall, of Ilradfordville
ligihliorhoold, was in the city Tuesday
with a numlitr ,of samples of cotton and
w e'i circuhlatinig ainong his Tallahassee
Misses (Clara, Evelyn and Mary D.
I ewi returned home a few days ago
with Mr ',eorCe E. Lewis. who has
blerin ;tiit t'dinig the' llitnkcrs' convention n
in \Washinvton City.
I'. S NMrishal T' F McGourinarrived
hlire Mnliy and will probably remain
until t1he I'w Pnsacola restrictions are re-
ivedi lI' rn:uide a welcome call at The'
True' r. n cr':tt ,lh'ce.
.'. I)r (': 'r. s''ctor of S. Johns,
;,i .... la l.t l I i>lh,,I W ede w ill m ake
^n t';ii .1 ':11 \ i.it; itii) to tl l Il pa rishi on
Ili, Il 1. l i l. I ,l l.t ^Ill'lFI V i i t ltha t ll ay at
v,,, i a ii i :it il tVi lil n l s 'rvice.s nlmi
- ali iiil a'-1 ia vu ii O t 'r e of ic.,nl irillation.
A l -, ,' n hiiiiaile-'r ,T' a lliahilsseeans re-
tliilli i ti i, this \,'i lill.ki ton w'hemi
wci r IIma .1 ll't-i"'-, I I '. iow ne, I're. si-
I,,,l i ,,I ll (ae Iill 'a.l 1i t, iiili-ssion, M r.
.IIlii I rtl. lri el i'l, Mr ani l M -Nil-- Wood
-tiil nirc,, Mi' C. II I 'arkhill, M rs
.I1 1lii I'. C tllhiliin lila l MNrF <'Caldwell and
iev'.. Mr. Sll,-i. if uWishinttln. Ky..
will pri';o h a t 11 'c1 i ik a. ni. in the'
I' ir v t'- l' iiterilln Church on Sunday
n tll tlit' 't l' in t. Siirl.' y school itu the
i')tileh ;:l .:1', ;I. Il. 'Tht' c ingre'.gation
i)f this church are to bite congratulated
iP 1,i i lie r.,,[-iiling f Ilheir lpelace of
i r. lii itiel its uniiprovedi an.' l artistic
;l ,e larntla ,' a-' lhue w 'oiIt oif thlie' xten-
-\i ip; a~il claims, lIw happily
M \.\ *I. ',lin'. r .Ir i ng ineer in
*i'ii'rg of tli.' "'Till..h>;ti .w-e' Southeastern
I; tl.i' e \l ".li l < a i'- ,,lli, .' in t ih A na's Ituilih ng.
.,iin I l eilit' 'rt' c ii.'tl-'ts oif M essrs.
W I. Mi.. I'le' antd II. T. I'erkins. The
i*erlliiir '>r \ w rk i weIll uiinder way, and
thei prlii.'p'it i f an'ither direct railroad
(. ivinnect' i' lli I.e'- n i the' I capitall City and
S'illt i 'l rul i i,. i -r was l righterr
M1r M. Iui ll i'l, iiirht several fine
;iinplr \'. l l\ e't e.in t this toflice' on
Mnila\l. tie le' iii u'lh s c' intainini. from )
I:, t'i 2 well cit''evl"|eeil utians to the '
I,,1,ie II. Ie' -:,'. hue' iinil- Velvet Il'ans
lti' \'. I, -i -itl, k feel,aI l xt pect' s I
lput inll irt' ;i< -s :iie ,thl'r V'ear;r that
li,,.- il- r..irl' inoi m re ir and tlietter feed
fr :i,,k tI 'hie ae re, l hey alsoimprove
;nil ce it ava I t r uy n ke the' grouinll the'y
r<,vW en Iti, l 'ler far eel huer kin (of;
m<>l[> ;10i1'ilair ye';ir
AX c-re'aie ('ilaPi i;t i .itnl rlm in n the
n,.aiiilf.i fe-lli,.< ihliii'-lr,--" >i tuind it nie'.ts- ,
':l', -. lie tinli aLl.tli lay a. ide his g lodi
cthl, li's put et inla di lirty, ragged suit
andl help (lean iu iil the, miachinery in his
factor 'hun hei wentii ho iie. and at
he entered the fr'nmt Iatte he met a
tI ranilp c'liniig nut. The t ramp mistook
him for oine oif h;s kind. and said:
T '''hee'-t' nol use' to go in there, lpalrd;
hati's the meane'st white woman liv-

S. Lost.

On the street, Tuesday evening. one
small. black p.wket hleger, with my
name inside Suitallle reward if left at
this office G. G. GiBBs tf.
Tell your friends to subscribe.

ktrethal Reception.
Wednesday evening of this week Mr.
and Mrs. A. Wanish gave a delightful
reception to celebrate the betrothal of
Miss Blanche Metzner, Mrs. Wanish's
sister to Mr. Charles A. Goldsmith, of
New York.
The family residence was beautifully
and tastefully decorated for the occa-
sion, and the large company of invited
guests indulged in cards, and in delicious
refreshments, until a late hour.
The betrothed couple received the
hearty congratulations of their friends.
in which The True Democrat joins with
Neuralgia Pals.
Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic'
pains yield to the penetrating influence
of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It penetrates to the nerves and lone.
and being absorbed into the blood, its
healing properties are conveyed to every
part of the body, and effect some won-
derful cures. 5c., 50c. and $1.m00. 'For
sale by all druggists.
Here are some rare epigrams of (;Gov-
ernor Folk's Philadelphia speech :
"The people can overthrow civic evil
whenever they want to, and get just as
good government as they deserve or a.s
bad as they will permit it to be."
"Any special privilege is graft "
"Political parties should be the ser-
vants of the people, not their mastres."
State Senator L.W. Zim, of St. Johns
county, advises us that, about the 18th
inst., he will begin the publication of
"The St. Augustine Meteor," a seven-
column four-page weekly. We wish
him all manner of success in his new
Billous Attack Quickly Cured.
A few weeks ago I had a bilious at-
tack that was so severe I was not able
to go to the office for two days. Failing
to get relief from my family physician's
treatment, I took three of ('amber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
the next day I felt like a new man H-
C. BAILEY, Editor of the News, Chapin,
S. C. These tablets are for sale by all

O r eAdimrea eef, me ,t .e opt&te

Watch TI


NUNRO'S OPERA HOUSK. Let' Sead ftr Them.
-. Messrs. T. J. Watts of Chipley and
i Allahest Lyceam Attractions for the W. W. Sharplesa of GraGeville made a
Comlain SeasaB. still hunt through the State for blind
SCol ng eant. tigers, stopping at Lake City and other
SBy special arrangement with the At- points, where they located some dozen
lanta Alkahest Lyceum System. a num- or more of these tigers protecting
her of excellent, high grade attractions their keepers in the city. dtate and fed-
will alplwar at Munro's Opera House eral courts. Someof them have already
during the coming season. been convicted and others are now await-
The season opens to-night with S. J. ing trial.-Graeeville Messenger.
Bennett's famous Old Homestead Male .^..-.
Quartette. comprising Samuel J. Ben- A Cfrepihd Death.
nett, first tenor: Albert F. Lawson, Blood poison creeps up towards the
basso; H. A Eddy, baritone, and Al- heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
bert Sprouse. second tenor. Mr. Eddy Belle Plaine, Minn.,writes that a friend
is also a finished violinist, dreadfully injured his hand, which
Other attractions are- The Edwin R. swelled up like blood poison. Bucklen's
Weeks Company, with a comic and mu- Arnica Salve drew out the poison, heal-
I sicalreportoire.includinT Miss Elizabeth ed the wound and saved his life. Best
Mays. noted as a splendid violinist in the world for burns and sores. 25c.
Mr. Ralph Hingham. with an entirely at all drug stores.
original entertainment of "song, music ---
and story." Suwannee Democrat: R. P. Hopkins.
The ASuthern Trio, comprising the who for a long time has been the efit-
Misses Turner and Miss Estes. in de- cient general freight agent of the Flor-
light fully novel character sketches, ida( Railway, has resigned his position
quaint negron melodies, with hInjo ac- and gone to the Live Oak, Perry and
compnani.ment, and Mr. Mart King, hu- G(ulf road as general passenger and
inorist and story-teller. freight, agent, with headquarters here
'The .Moitauk lIadies' Quartette, all in Live Oak, Mr. Hopkins is a man of
careful artists, appearing in musical sterling worth, attentive to duty in any
novelties, old-time me ilolies and Japan- capacity in which he is placed, a rising
esc sons. railroad man, who works to the Inter-
Tallaihasseeans are particularly fortu- ests of those who employ him, and the
nate this winter in the provision that L. 0. P. and G. is fortunate in securing
has been made for their arwusement at his services. It is pleasant to know
the Munro O(lpra House. that, in making the change, he and his
-.. estimable wife will remain in Live Oak,
Christmas Bazar Iwhere they have none but admiring
Chrftmas Bariend andstand high in social circles.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presby- --.--.--~.--- -
terian Church will hold their Annual Cleared fer Acetla.
C'hristmas HBazar, beginning Friday, D)e- When the body is cleared for action,
ceemlwr 1st. They will have their usual by Dr. King's New life Pills, you can
elegant display of tasteful Fancy Work. tell it by the bloom of health on the
suitable for Christmas G(ifts, delicious cheeks; the brightness of the eyes; the
Candy and Refreshments. Luncheon, firmness of the flesh and muscle@; the
D)iruir and Supper will be served daily, buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At
The place will be advertised later. all drug stores. 26c.
A tire alarm early in the' fiorenoon to- LeostI
day attrat'ted large crowds of people to On the St. Augustine road or in Tal-
a point in the rear of the Iligh School. lahassee on September Ifith, a pair of
where a pile of huetrning trash had ig- old-style Cuff Buttons, top set with jet
united a fence he' school children en- and pearls inacentre. Liberal reward for
Sjovyed the excitement. but thl,..e who ran o.ie or either, if left at Clark's jewelry
themselves out of Iroath to ge-t there store or this office. 31-4t.
appeared to be disapliointed. .
Syrup harreols fu-r' s;'lle it Highl i- *Usw
tower's. 35--tf m _


he Security Mutual Life!

"(;entlernen, I would counsel you that life insurance i i a nelic.nt work. It clothes thile widows and educates
the orphan. It saves the estate f'romn bankruptcy Ll al islionr. It gives pila 41re in the lonesome (lwrtld orf OKI
age.' Hi'sidei your client and his family iit stands day ;ianil ni hit. aInd lil l prit. l t cing nt)e'l it coe1'" to their relief
in the dark hour of adversity. The'e i-. nll noilMer cllini tli;iin tliil in which yl aIre engaged, and I adjure you
that in tpren iting the sul.je' .- inf keep al;\ iys lbeferil lO' l th' lsacrld nIaturl >cf your trust. Advocate protec-
tion against death during thie |I 1i, whliei tlih re' is n.i,,l .,1f |i.'.l.' t iln, Advi' cit'4 an investmt nt for old age only
upon such a i asis as will returtii the invest ii. iit in e\t efi t < death. Avoid pl:1iis which call for o.ver-paymentit, fan
which, in >rle lare .tii.i ., which, if I-.,liz.'il niuist comle almost entirely from
forfe'itiurs In so evolla ct ii v( l ii :\llr l' I will1 i. 1' ii .t. in tlih- interests of your clients, but, in s Ilition.
you will have the sattisf;>.cl im (i.f ha\ in4 lii filtih.d v 4l1ir lil v, <',ir cf\lti.ii'. will Lit il tithem Iw clear, and without
thet shadow o f a dteuht. vyou will Iuildl ; I'EI MAI,:NT, 'l- i-,l' A ItIlE aind llHONOABI.K business for YOUIR-
SElI.'. I lyr ES'TAT'IE. and th ((IMII'ANNY vyou repi.lf it I-.xtr'ct fri m I're.sidtiit Turner's Addlressed to
Ag t ils ( 'onlivenpt i nn.

From "The Era Magazine,

September, 1905.

"There is a flavor of fairness anti clielor iii the' ri'.i;tirs of I're.il,,t iliariles M Turner, of the Security
Mutual Life Insurance Com iiany of Hln ihanitin, N Y at a recent '.mnvtl ion Iof A gents of the company y which,
if seriously meant and we Iav I l .e *t\e'r l re:sii t N Y, lia.- hr\ wer, l'fori.'t-i an effort to give Iolicy holders a
.s~iuare deal. *
We are not dis|los)ed to extend undue omnlilldalIilll tl, :nv n;iia in Mr. Turner'* pIosition, nor to endorse, at
this time., any company, even if it tiindl- pat alnd invite, mI rvjei-;Iti i n ti dlie, tihe .Seurily Mutual; the report (of
the Superintendent of Insurance. will indicate' the ierelluthl ist is entitled to. but we. think that a man who evolved
and is developing a broad jilan of life, insiiuranice ur s %ut. ;,1A l- i i csiee'ln on right lines,. (lesrves fair play at the
hands of the public Mr. Turner has clearly and c4uiragei ',-lv annuiinced what hie I'lieven' to be honest life in-
surance and the safest way to reach it Most men will a;igi' tlh cis cnclosiions in a general way If his plan.
Practically applied, is backed byv genuine security a d icn 1 aqlivt mi. na ,,iki lit, he will surely build his company
into a colossal tbeneficent institution. If his st ructure is 1alk oir faulty it rlni.st fail to reach an enviable plane in
ripular regard. Mr. Turner has dloubtless co.i,.idr. i tl i ..nd is prepared for criticall scrutiny. When a man puts
himself on record with Mr Tu'starer's e.arnest ln s. filI in, we ic,nf,-t- ito a -e'se' of conviction of his honesty.
of high regard for his pIrinciploeh and of hope., for ha- tilti .iate iliurphll. .Stll, il su ch an enterplri;.e eve. hts prove
everything "

ISpeaking( of .1IIIIN W RYC'KMA N. the, o,. ner ld l tolr eof T', /-.'*r, ,Mt l3j :i the New' r/,; I.nIrild ofi


Two Special Contracts, Written only by the


Podcies Registered By The State of New York.
Let me show them to you.

CHAS. G. MYERS, General Agent,


Men of character and Obty wanted.

Six and Eight for Official City Equalization List.

Burglar Alarm Jut I-lastalled a The
State Treasary.
Treasurer Knott does not intend that
any of the State's money hall get away
illegitimately if he can prevent it.
He is now having installed a complete
system of protection, authorized by the
recent Legislature, and constructed by
the American Bank Protection Com-
pany. It consists of chilled steel lining
of the treasury vault containingthe two
burglar-proof safes, said lining being
insulated and electrically connected with
three large alarm gongs, governed by
time-set machinery and guaranteed to
"raise the town" if any one should at-
tempt an entrance into the vault be-
tween the closing and opening hours.
Chrch Notices.
First Baptist Church, Rev. Frank W.
Cramer, Pastor. Divine worship by
the pastor Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.30
p. m. Morning subject, An Offering
that Cost Something. Evening subject,
What a Young Man Saw.
At the close of the morning service
the Ordinance of the Lord's Supper will
be observed, and new members will be
Bible School at 10 a. m. Junior Baptist
Union 83p. m. Subject, Two Heroines.
Leader,. Miss Christine Wideman.
Senior B. P. U. 6.46 p. m.
Subject, Am I Keeping My Covenant
With the People of God.
Leader Mr. Elbert Roberts.
You will be most cordially welcomed
to all of these services.
Trinity M. E. Church. South, J. W.
Bigham, Pastor.- Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sub.
ject, "Modern Missions." Junior Ep-
worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
requested to attend. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Friday, 8 p. m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
Notice of Stockhelders' Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the J.
P. Williams Land Company, a corpora-
tion under the laws of the State of Flor-
ida will be held Monday, November
13th at 3:30 o'clock p. m., at the office
of the Company, in Tallahasee, Leon
County, Florida, in accordance with the
By-laws of the Company, for the trans-
action of any business proiwr to be
transacted at such meeting
By order of the President. this :3th
day of Octobelr. It~i.
.1 0. IIAT4'r. Secretary.
We have entered into a contract with
the Southern Hell Telep hone and Tele-
graph (m'iplany, in order to give our
subscribers the, benefit of the long dis-
tance service. This contract t necessitates
our renting transmitters and receivers
of said Southern Bell (Company. There-
fore, on and after Decemlw'r 1st, 19IJ6.
our charges for telephones will be as
follows : HItSIN.S:.S and O'IVV':e Phones,
three dollars, ReIsidence 'hones, two
dollars ier month
Telep Sones will not be installed for
less than eight months.
eleJ:ph ,ne's ,ienti ed fo Ir less than twelve
months will lI e charged ifor at riO cents
Iwr month imore than the regular rate.
Si. 'TI, & ('CNST. (Ci
ity W. 1. Moot. Pres.
On the Coast.
Mnilday inmorninwg Mr. and Mrs. C('ha
A. C('ay and Col. Raymond 'a y and wife
lasrdhed a special train for St. Marks,
from whence they eimbarke'd on an ex-
tended cruise along the Gulf cost on
their handsome private yacht.
On Wednesday C('apt. I). E. Maxwell
and a party of guests from Jacksonville
arrived here and immediately left to
jmin Col. Cay's party. The proprietor
of The True lenmerat had a most press-
ing invitation to join the party, but was
pireventedl from accepting it by the press
of business. (th;l luck to them.
An iron gray Horse,. years hdl. Any
information leading to his recovery will
!. paid for. EKi. MITCHI:.I'.,
On J. J. Price's place.
UJnited States courts will convene in
Tallahasse' next Mondlay,;thof Novenm-
Mr. E. (G. Raney, now of Hainbrid lge.
was circulating among his many T'ula-
hasse..e. friends one day this week.
Mr. !. ,L Demilly, engineer at the
governmentt public buikling. is now daily
making a dense smoke emit from the
flues of that building.
Miss Fannie Maneely, who, for some
time, assisted Mrs. Lamb in the man-
agement of The leon, will s charge of a hotel in Atlanta, Ga.
lion W. B. Iamar. member of Con-

gresu for the Third Florida District, ar-
rived in the city this week, accomipa-
nied by his wife, and they are visiting
relatives for a short time, after which
it is said to be Mr. Lamar's intention to
visit other sections of the district.

Also, note other Attractive Advertisements. -

Pages Five,


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JOe 0. COLUn, fropriles'.

Entered a Second Cie" Matter March SI, I106. t
the Poet Omef at Tallahass. Florida. under
Aet o Confgte of March 3. IM.
Offme in Tlephone Huilding, Corner Adams and
Clinton street&. Telephone No. 110.

Subelriptlon, $1.00 Per Yer. In Advance.
Advartisinr Ratis on Appliatlion.

Tallauhase, Fr day, Nov. 3, 19W.

During the past few days the State
printer appeared in the office of Hon.
M. H. Mabry, Clerk of the Supreme
Court, with an armful of objects pur-
porting to be copies of the 45th volume
of Supreme Court reports, and, dump-
ing them down with a flourish, an-
nounced that the work thereon was com-
pleted, and that he would like to haves a
receipt for the same. Judge Mabry is
naturally deliberate, and his judicial
habit, as well as his sense of duty,
prompted him to examine the objects,
with a view to ascertaining the right of
the printer to procure a receipt. Judge
of his surprise and disgust when he
found in the volumes an example of just
about the rottenest piece of public work
ever turned out in the State of Florida.
Of course, Judge Mabry called the at-
tention of the Justices of the court, and
the Attorney-General (to whom, in fact,
the delivery should have been made, as
the official Reporter of the court), to
the shameful condition of the work, and
those officials promptly refused to re.
ceive it, and referred the matter to the
Board of Commissioners of State Insti-
tutions, whose function is to enter into
contract with the State printer and see
that he fulfills his contract in every par-
At the present writing the board has
the matter under advisement, but it can
scarcely he possible that it will accept
the work, and order payment to be made
therefore, in the face of the protests of
the Supreme (Court Justices and the offi-
cial Reporter of the court.
Among the numerous defects note d by
those who have examined the volumes
are, that the paper used, instead of be-
ing machine-finished, 6f)-pound sook pa-
per of good quality, an called for by the
printing contract, appears to bie almost
the cheapest grade of flimsy newspaper,
on which the type, aggravated by bad
press work, shows through from side to
side, making it almost impossible to read
in many places. The forms, in some
places, are reversed, bringing the pag-
ing to the inside edge of the l[ook in-
stead of the outside, and, of course, in-
terrupting the continuity of the printed
These "peculiarities," and many oth-
ers not mentioned here, are not confined
to one single, accidental copy, but are
noted in all, or nearly all, of those no
airily "delivered" by the State printer.
How many other defects in other copies
yet awaiting delivery, it is impossible to
The examination ,of these copies of
Volume 4) rrenindeitiild sIme'of theJustices
of the fact that Volume 44. delivered
some time last year, wnr. found to IN,
almost, if not iuitei Is iead so I.qi,, in-
deed, that the Jlustices are ashamed to
send them out to other Supreme ,ourets
in exchange, and that those who have
purchased them may be expe'cte~l to re-
turn them, any day, and demand refund-
ment ef the price. The printer, no
doubt, received piy for Volume 44, not-
withstanding its manifold elhfcts, but,
if the board Ihllows him to be' paid for
Volume 4r, after this exposure of as
bare-f,;ce.d a piece of oellfiil graft as
could well he imagined, it will share
with him the ,iiuim of the transaction.
while he will receive the profilts thereof.

(Officials of the' big insurance' compa-
nies are now denouncing the newspa.
per,. It is just as hard for them to be
found out as it is for the politicians;
but there is no wrong except that which
the newspapers ou by printing the facts,.
It can be understood that it is not agree-

able to the grafters to have the newspa-
Imrs exposing and shutting off graft,
but it is fortunate for the public that
there are not many newspalpwr under
the control of the grafters Deland
Applying the above to the perform-
ances of the Jennings crowd, the Rec-
ord's remarks about the value of pub-
licity are singularly apt.

Semt Liaimeit ea Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin Rup't City Water
Works, Shullsburg, Win., writes:
"1 have tried many kinds of liniment,
but I have never received much benefit
until I used Ballard's Snow Liniment
for Rheumatism and pains. I think it
the Iet liniment on earth. 25c., 60c.
aWd 1.00. For sale by all druggists.

T ume mumn CAS. A LOSt wMoPr.
To-day, after the pMbleatkm hour of EDiToR Taus DEMocAT : Did not
The True Democrat, Isham Edwards the ]Laislature order 2,000 copies of the
will pay with his life the penalty for his Hreort about th asylum, made by a
part in the dastardly amrder of Hon. N. sent oat to the people? What is the ra-
W. Eppsa, in September, 1904, with the on the people have never received it?
particulars of which melancholy event The above is the substance of a letter
our readers are familiar. His execution, from a subscriber in a distant county.
in secordance with the sentence of the The facts are as follows:
law, will not, however, close the chap. On the day before the Legislature ad-
ter of the incidents connected with this Journed the House committee, appointed
great crime, for two others, already under House Resolution No. 75, and of
convicted of complicity therein, Nelson which Hon. Charles S. Noble was chair-
Larkin and Geo. Caldwell, are, through man, submitted its report, together
their legal advisers, making a desperate with the testimony taken by it at the
effortt to escape the just punishment State Hospital and elsewhere. The com-
which has been decreed by the same mittee recommended that the evidence
court which condemned Edwards to an be spread on the Journal (which was
ignominious death upon the scaffold. done, making more than 275 pages of
The application for pardon, or com- that document), and that 2,000 copies
mutation of sentence, on behalf of Lar- thereof be printed, "and copies thereof
kin and Caldwell, has been before the be mailed to each member of the House
pardoning board for several weeks, and of Representatives and Senate, and that
proceedings in their cases have been the Secretary of State be requested to
suspended, awaiting the result of their distribute the remainder among the peo-
appeal, it having been announced that pie of the State am fully as possible."
no final action would be taken by the The report was adopted.
board until after Edwards had been ex- Secretary of State H. Clay Crawfurd
ecuted. informs us that he has received the cop-
Some weeks ago Governor Broward ies of the testimony, as provided in the
visited the scene of the murder, for the report, and has the same for distribu-
purpose, it was said, of obtaining light tion to all who may apply for the same.
upon the matter as a preliminary to the TIE DIFFERENCE IN MEN.
decision of the board in the cases of Referring to a comment of the Lake
Larkin and Caldwell; but just how an City Index on the appointment of M. A.
inspection of the spot where the crime Brown to be sheriff of Duvalcounty, the
was committed, more than a year after Bartow Record remarks that some of
the event, could, by any possibility, af- the newspapers "seem to cuss Governor
feet the decision of the board, which Broward just to be cussing," and calls
is supposed to act alone upon the evi- attention to an article it copies from
dence belonging to the case, or evidence the Plant City Courier as "throwing
that may have been discovered since the some light on why they kick." The
conviction, is one of those problems to Courier's article is headed, "Rascals
which there appears to be no answer. are all in office," and deprecates the al-
Again, on the occasion of Governor most universal practice of criticising ad-
Broward's recent visit to Jacksonville, versely all office-holders, from president
he is reported as having visited the con- to constable. One paragraph is as fol-
demned men in their prison, also with a lows :
view to ascertain the facts. The facts It has been said that when a man is
in the case, aside from the evidence of once elected to office, he is thereafter
record, he could only procure fro ne forevermore unfitted for any other duty
h could only procure from in life. This may be due to the fact that
or all of the three condemned felons, whether he has served well or has been
Is that the kind of testimony proper to unfaithful, the chances are that he will
be relied upon to sustain the action of a leave office with his character blackened
pardonin board? by some foul slander, and having served
pardoning term in office, he is as much bereft of
From Edwards, the man who, before his good name as if he had served a term
these words can be seen by a majority in the penitentiary.
of our readers, will have gone to render We respectfully dissent from so broad
his account in a higher than any earthly an arraignment of the Amercan people.
court, Governor Broward is said to have Taking Florida's political history alone,
received a positive assurance that he, for illustration, we "point with pride"
Edwards, was alone guilty of the crime, to the illustrious names of men who
and that Larkin and Caldwell were in- have held office in m this State and in this
nocent. Will the Governor and the board county, whose memory and public ser
accept this statement against the legal vices are cherished as a rich inheritance.
testimony upon which Larkin and Cald- Here are some of them : Drew, Blox-
well were convicted in the court? Ed- ham, Crawford, Reynolds, Perry, Mitch-
wards had already told half a dozen ell, Fleming, Barnes, Columbus Drew,
different and irreconcilable storiesabout Gwynn, Raney, Houstoun, Myers. I,'Fn-
the crime. Can Governor Broward or gle, Crill
the board assume to decide which of The difference is in the men.
them was true and which was false ? t.. o o .
It is distinctly to the credit of any Plrating Foley's Honey and Tar.
member of the pardoning board that he Foley&Co, Chicago, originated Honey
should manifest an intense desire to and Tar as a throat and lung remedy,
should manifest n intense desire to and, on account of the great merit and
learn all that is possible to be known popularity of Foley's Horey and Tar,
about the events upon which the deci- many imitations are offered for the gen-
sions of the board are to constitute the uine. These worthless imitations have
court of last resort. But such testimonysimilar sounding names. Heware of
court of last resort. Butsuch testimony them. The genuine Foley's Honey and
its may be furnished by convicted felons Tar is in a yellow package. Ask for it
is unworthy the attention, much less and refuse any substitute. It is the
the deliberate consideration, of such a best remedy for coughs and colds. For
the sale by all druggists.
'ly. / .......... .. ..
The circumstances above referred to J. Emmet Wolfe.
remind us of another case which was J. Emmet Wolfe. who opposed Mr.
twfore the same board only ashorttime Holloway for the State su perintendency,
ago it was not a murder case. It was is now Governor Broward's private sec-
one in which no one sought a reversal retary.- Gainesville Sun.
or modification of the sentence of the J. Emmet Wolfe. who last year ran
cesurt be i against Mr. Holloway, the regular nucm-
court ased upon the testimony. The ne of the D)emocratic party for State
appeal made to the board was based Superintendent of Public Instruction,
purely and simply upon grounds ef mer- has been appointed private secretary to
cy. The application was made by a glo- Governor Broward. Lake C'ity Index
rious company of more than three hun- Governor Broward ha. appointed Mr.
dried noble and tender-hearted women of J Emmet Wolfeas his private secre-
t. d o tary Mr. Wolfe's chief claim of dis-
l<.n county. Did Governor Broward or tinction is that he opposed Mr. Hollo-
any other member of the pardoning way the regular nominee of the Demo-
board visit the humble home of thecon- cratic party, for the position of State
demned person to verify the grounds of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
the application? On the contrary,when last year ernandina News.
thee gentl an rened The newspapers are having a great
these gentle and refined champions of deal to say about J. Emmet Wolfe. the
mercy appeared before the board, they newly appointed private secretary of
were confronted by coarse and brutal Governor Broward, just now. But this
opposition to their plea, by a paid agent fu will soon die out. and then J E-
...... .. met will sink into the same quiet obliv-

or te inhuman pro 'utor, whom the ion that usually claims a vice-president
board permitted to insult and browbeat of the United States. West Palm Beach
the le'titionera; and this resulted in a Sun.
refusal of the board to even consider It does seem as if Governor Browardt
the appeal for mercy. might have found a competent private
the oomc secretary without going outside the
The recent unusual efforts of the Democratic party. ut supptoing that
Governor to discover new matter bear- he could not, it can hardly be sai that
ing upon the case of the Epp murder- it was necessary to flaunt defiance at
ers, scarcely comports with the prompt loyal Democratic sentiment by appoint-
and almost discourteous action of into that office the most conspicuous
and almost dicourteou action of the party primary bolter of recent years.
board in the Taylor case; and the im- Palatka News.
pression ensuing from a comparison of .... -I -
the two, so far as can be judged of the C p.
former case at this time, is anything A reliable medicine, and one that
buta crditable ati. te y should always be kept in the home for
but a creditable one. Immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It will prevent the attack if
.....i.M given as oon as the child beeomes
iE hroare, or even after the croupy cough
Sa- ebge es W appears. For ale by all druggists.

jAunmis AN ms PALS.

What Other FItres Papi A n Say-
lag Abest Thor Trics.
Editor FItsrald, editor of the De
Soto County .ew5, recently returned
from Mississippi, didn't stay awy long
enough to forget Governor Jennings.
Plant City Courier.
"Editor John Collins has the ex-Gov-
ernor's scalp hkangin at his belt" de-
clares the A lachicola Times. If that
is a fact, Collins' belt should be disin-
fected.-Arcadia News.
The Tallahassee True Democrat con-
tinues to charge "graft" in the State
administration. As practically all of the
present State officers were in the ad-
ministration referred to, the Democrat
should mention names. Fernandina
The Tallahassee True Democrat,warm-
ing up to its subject, is showing how
the people were robbed under the Jen
nings administration. Strange, when
we are told that Jennings was giving
us more for our money than any other
governor Turn on the light and let fraud
e exposed Bronson Times- Democrat.
I am convinced that the longer a man
holds a public office the less account he
in, and that frequent changes are for
the public good. Elect a man, and the
first term he can nearly always be found
at his post of duty and devoted to his
business. Elect him a second and a
third time, and he becomes indifferent,
if not lazy, and is seldom seen in his of-
fice, leaving the duties to subordinates.
A change is the only remedy, and I sug-
gest we begin to agitate this question
as a public necessity.--Citizen, in Jack-
sonville Metropolis.
The State printing of Florida, without
great violence to polite language and
none to truth, may be styled a close ap-
proximation to a scandal and a nuisance.
Aside from cheap materials and imper-
fect execution, there comes in an ele-
ment of delay that is as dangerous as it
is inexcusable. The laws of the last
session of the Legislature, which should
have been ready for distribution within
sixty days of the close of the session,
are still in the unexplored region of
some time later. It is not difficult to
remember that the State printer was
alleged in the papers to have made all
sorts of promises of amendments, but
they do not seem to have materialized.
Present conditions are intolerable.
Tampa Times.
For many years Tallahassee suffered
in not having a newspaper creditable to
the capital or the people of that city.
Several months ago J. G.Collins launched
on the sea of journalism The True Dem-
ocrat, which is one of the most attract-
ive publications in Florida. Mr. Collins
is a pleasing writer, and he handles
State affairs in a masterly manner
While some of his alleged disclosures
may prove mare's nests, he often hits
the nail on the head. He is an uncom-
promising foe to grafters and plunder-
ers. He wages a relentless war against
ignorance, vice and disreputable meth.
ods, and honest, upright, respectable
men commend him when he makes these
vigorous attacks. If Tallahassee people
don't appreciate his efforts they ought
to I ashamed of themselves Charles
E. Jones, in Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Tallahassee True Democrat, in
every issue, claims that there has been,
and is now, rottenness and graft in
many of the State offices in Tallahassee.
The Democrat claims that the State has
been robbed in a legal way and the peo-
ple fooled, in regard to the true condi-
tion, for several years. The Democrat
claims that a combination was formed
in Tallahassee. known as the Capital
Printing Co which is practically owned
by some of the State officers, and that
this combination is fast getting rich
from the people's money.
The Democrat has made some broad
assertions, and yet no libel suits have
been entered against them, which is ev-
idence that the Democrat must know
what it is talkin about. Itseems that
the editorials are mostly directed to-
wards the Comptroller's office, and there
is probably room for believing that the
Democrat is right. We can sight one
instance in regard to the Comptroller's
office which does not look exactly right.
The National Government values the
railro.eids in Florida at $80,000,000, while
the taxes placed upon the same roads in
Florida by Mr Croom is only about
$22,(00.l), You notice the vast differ-
ence, for which either Mr. Croom or the
National Government is wrong.
Any one acquainted with railroad
property in Florida knows that they are
worth more than $22,000,000, and that
amount w.uld hardly be the worth of
the ;,.st (Coast, much less the A. C. I..
and S. A. L,. Railways. It is very evi-
dent that the big owners of property in
Florida do not pay a just proportion of
taxes; that is, compared with the small
land owners and the poor people with-
out influence. Not only is this the case
with adjustment of taxes in Tallahassee,
but it in the case in every county in
Florida. Jasper Banner of Liberty.

No Case of PaRmeala on Record.
We do not know of a single instance
where a cough or cold resulted in pneu-
monia or consumption when Foley's
Honey and Tar had been taken. It
cures coughs and colds perfectly, so do
not take chances with some unknown
preparation which may contain opiates,
which cause constipation, a condition
that retards recovery from a cold: Ask
for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse
any substitute off red. For sale by all
druggists. *
Store to Rent.
The store room now occupied by the
Singer Machine Company, under tele-
phone exchamne, will be vacant and to
rent soon. For particulars, apply at
this office.

Assgadmet f Teachers to the Sev-
era Celned SchUls.
No. 2. Lincoln High School-J. G. Ri-
principal; Jonas Frazier,
Chr.tine Smith, M.C. Forbes,
F. G. Johnson, A. W. Fitz-
gileas, Carrie White, assist-
4. Dawkins' Pond George M',
5. Belle Air-Mamle Yellowhair.
6. Zoar-Ermina Carr.
8. Moseley's-C. E. Lucas.
9. Woodville-Lilla Ryan.
10. Patton's-Celia Moore.
11. Ocklocknee--Mary Whitaker.
12. Tuskenah- H. T. Robinson.
15. Lake Hall-Ethel Ford.
16. Johnson's Branch-MamieFitts.
19. St. Mary's Mamie Fitzgiles.
23. Lutterloh's-Jennie Wright.
25 Roberts' J. H. Wester.
26. PleasantGrove -Hasty Jenkins.
28. Gum Pond A. Garrett.
29. Lake McBride- Mary Carr.
30. Kirksey's-Frances Baker.
31. Poplar Spring Ellen Johnson.
32. Macon-louise Ford.
33 Tuscawilla F. Bythewood.
34. Concord-C. Richardson.
35 Ward Addie Jackson.
36. Bell's- M. Barber.
38. Richardson's- Violet Gardner.
43. Station One--J. H. Stroman.
50. Long Pond--Amanda Parrish.
51. Raney's-M. A. Duncan.
52. Footman's-Maggie Parrish.
55. Lafayette Lizzie Clay.
58. Horse Shoe -R. A. McGriff.
62. Barrow Hill -lallie Lukes.
75. Sheppard's-L. C. Hills.
76 Greenhow's-A. M. Norman.
77. Miller's Pond--Julia Lennox.
81. Crenshaw's M. Duncan.
83. Norris'- E. L. Christie.
84. Rock Hill-S. F. Drew.
Clippings from State Papers.
Among the "advisers" of Governor
Broward are Guy Metcalf and Bob Mc-
Namee. Wouldn't that be a pair to
draw to in the event of State insur
rance.- Arcadia News.
If General Gilchrist does not expect
to slip into the gubernatorial chair on
an okra pod, he is at least becoming fa-
mous as an authority on the subject of
okra. Fernandina News.
It is curious how things in a country
depend on its fences. In the good old
days of the rail fence the man who split
rails was the best statesman. In these "-
days of wire fences the leader is the
man who best pulls the wires.-Tampa
In view of the fact that aspiring leg-
islative candidates can no longer prom-
ise the voters that they will amend the
divorce law, we look for many promises
along the line of seeing to it that the
Internal Im movement Fund is properly
checked and an accounting made. N(ot
such a bad promise after all.- Fernan-
dina News.
The Enterprise National Bank of
Pittsburg affords a melancholy example
of the dangers which are to be encoun-
tered by banks which go into politics
and receive from politicians thecustody
of public funds. But the friendly poli-
ticians immediately hiorrowed $71ti0,iH
of the money on their personal notes.
These notes were naturally of the' giltt
edged class, were slow and uncertain in
payment, and the result is a broken
bank and a serious scandal. Tampa
Brother Collins gives us some huot air
about equall justice to all, including
the corporations." Well, we couldn't
keep the corporations from getting ju -
tice if we wanted to -which we don't.
They have so many weekly newspaper
men working for them now that they
are getting along preity well, thank
you, anyway. All we have ever objected
to is the corporations attempting to cor.-
trol State politics, along with their in-
fluencing personal legislation, such as
ihe Flagler law. The News has never
as.ai-led the corporations in their vested
rights, but has denied, and always will
deny, that they should choose senators,
or write our legislation, Monticello
Chairman N. P. Bryan. of the State
Board of ('Control, has had published
an article correcting some of the mis-
leading statements made by enemies of
the present scheme of education as pro-
vided for by the Buckman bill. These
enemies are allowing the local benefit of
the money formerly expended by the
State to overshadow the good of the
whole State and the education of our
youth. They care not a rap for the ed-
ication of our young people, lbut want
the money that was formerly expended
in their homen towns. Such people are
certainly not to be allowed the care of
any of our colleges. )unnellon Advo-
Sells More of Chamberalan's Cough
Remedy than of all Others
Put Together.

Mr. Thomas George, a merchant at
Mt. Elgin, Ontario. says: '"I had the
local agency for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ever since it was introduced
into Canada. and I sell as much of it as
I do of all other lines I have on my
shelves put together. Of the many doz-
ens sold under guarantee, I have not
had one bottle returned. I can person-
ally recommend this medicine, as I have
used it myself and given it to my chil-
dren. and always with the best results. .
For sale by all druggists. *
Fia Bers. s.
Mr. J. I) Cay has just gotten in a fine
lot of stock. See him before you pur-
chase. _-



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It is our intention to conduct a first-class furniture business, and we ask a liberal share of your patronage.

Our stock will be found to contain the latest novelties as well as all Standard goods. We are making preparations to be
able to execute promptly any order we may receive for any kind of furniture, and house and office furnishings.
"To fill a long felt want" we will inaugurate a repair department for high grade furniture, which will be in charge of one
of the most skillful workmen obtainable.
It would afford us great satisfaction to be able to announce a strictly cash, pay-as-you-go, policy; but it is our opinion that,
in a business the size of ours, in dear old Tallahassee, the plan would not work, still, the merchant who extends credit indiscriminately
must either "lose out" or charge exhorbitant prices in order that the good customer shall pay the debts of the one who never pays.
We may be beaten by some, but we intend to reduce to the minimum the number of those who buy goods on credit of us and never
pay. Persons unknown to us must show us their ability and willingness to pay as agreed upon. By selling largely for cash and in-
sisting upon a strict adherence to a careful credit policy we will be able to offer our goods at the lowest possible figures.
To customers of small means, whose reputation and references show them to be worthy of it, we will extend the installment
plan of purchasing.
If we can offer you the best goods, the lowest prices and the most satisfactory service, give us your patronage. Below we
enumerate some of the goods we carry.

I" II | i ^ I -11


We have an immense line in stock now and
have more coming, prices ranging from 75c
to $6.00

ART SQUARS, $3.50 on up.


In Mattings we are in position to save you
money. We have an immense stock of more
than 250 rolls which we are offering at from
15c to 50c a yard.
LACE CURTAINS, 75c to $6.00 a pair.
We have a fairly good stock on hand, at
$2.00 to $6.00 a pair, and a large line coming,
We have some beautiful goods at very low
We have in stock now only comforts for
single beds, but a large line of excellent val-
ue have been ordered and will be here when
you need them.

Tapestry, large line of new goods.


This is one of our pet specialties, and we
have ordered an immense line of all grades.



You wili find what you want by looking
over our stock.
Large new stock of REED and WILLOW
goods consisting of Chairs, Rockers, Corner
Pieces and 3 and 5 piece suits.
Quartersawed, Polished Oak Rockers, at
$1.25 and upwards.
Good Solid Oak, 3 piece suits with French
Plate Bevel Edge Mirror, at from $16.50 to
$35.00. Iron bed with any suit if preferred.
Quartered Oak, Highly Polished, 3 piece
bed room suits, at from $25.00 to $100.00.


Big Line, new goods, 25 different styles, all
grades from the cheapest to the best made.


We have the good kinds for both wood and
iron beds, 18 different styles, at prices from
$2.00 to $10.00. Also a large line of wood
and Iron Cots and Iron Bed Cots.


We have a guaranteed Elastic Felt Mattress
at $11.50 and Cotton Mattrsses, at $3.50 to
$6.00. We also carry the cheaper grades.
We have the famous Ostermore Mattress.

A large line of highly finished quartersawed
oak, with or without mirrors, at from $6.50 to
We have a line large enough to suit those
who want to buy.
Roll Top Flat and Typewriter Desks, Re-
volving Chairs of all grades, office stools, etc.
A big line of Pine, Poplar and Oak Beds.
We buy these beds in carload lots and can
offer them at bottom prices. I
We also buy these in carload lots and can
save you money. I
Come and see and be convinced that we
have the goods and prices in these articles.
We are giving this feature of our business
special attention and will soon be in position
to execute all orders promptly.
We buy thai goods at bottom prices, in
carload lots and defy competition. "
An immense line of common oak and high
grade tables in Polished Oak, Birds Eye Ma.
ple and Mahogany.






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LState and Mr. Mf. M. Biramtwell former' twr AceOuntj a; sEe.,utsfr and Executrix of the
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ofBond '" Smit h of A ttajmIsgusi, Ga.,* It 144' laivhI. and most prcrnoterci' ftthe'i-el up I ,,.n hero'.,! 4I if, 1 w 'rit my final aig'eeurltm to the
t having tho- lirnl)4'r put oil the- j.ryeurnd!Im Iu litet iir-..'t rcj tihe' teIIvoll v I'r hw. 1ijuu *u't. d A '7.e j,- tv~. J,riuei, undioapply
~ra now, cot sge sHt th is jela'e' 11.1ii J~ca I hI' 'E41114,11,1'.i'lah;at t r I,, Hl) 'r frvieli-4 aro.it'.''e A dri, list rsal.r 'i'the' *etate'
makes abe~ut foaur trijm sa year U) the: 17"6414,1)t find vee-"e'% D .'n. '4-3,yhuve ~iIIfJ ~~iil' 'h CiM
Springs for tt(-he Isnollm of thll' wit? *'i arac ~e eeiIeid olylvit iti 1n in;,,t fth lelceip.1asi I'A:4. W. H. IAeiDur140 rae'.
breafter will stop under hst;itee 'ireeot, it) rrIt e. the. P4 i ('Iiclytlelers 1 t `4 tO 1Aif& 1 '?4 'J'liutfve' Fla.. I'f. v 1t'nh.r 14t, hilMe' ii In bi';n
bringing him larg 'far ily vit hisi ;ueaut t iil-eliit'r f r~t.01 ,1(,%N M i if"I' alie
The xtene ae l grt'art, ruriinvi( n full ,jjjv lyit, II,.e'4'xl~~lj.iF ecet Administrator's Notice.
Maist now an' making fairly tzgoeodac 't(h- Ij'ih# 1'reesid.,it did not jindii a he4ae .a eirt t#- nt. I. -
so, TIh~e lnh ar' ve'ry fat ,&rilthOw nuev.' rain 14, dig tie 'c; n IaI ;fillj, Iesii, it i,4 ilh'tr ikrI~ ,v 'i F' ul.'tist.ifI.'cre~e'ren.
mr e and finve. ;M 'II 'h Y ;11-0, d1 11 lie' If t.. '' 'IA. ''Id.1 A0... 5 c it' lif h.t#I
m~ n g r ''i'e n 1alsg tassl,', te ''i,u1llhlM for mii i t i'v ileIj 1 "1alt i fflCIJC TI 1 104 1 1 111i, C se 'I f iAe'erj elln the' iii'-
gypair tee trurrartoadl e'twf-e' e'rale '' rid ti' 1),. ri of t el it#- ii''. ci'fee 'i-c li. II' II i if Wi.4lu, IEisel- M i- sAdirninixetree.
vo lihoppy. H w l s e)i e III I fIh. 5ii 1 1Klitv.f P'4 I',e11I', M 11 iiii 414.4'ei eu t.
e~ar car and m keIt' will #-ide: ',ai rtiti he' :f ttlf i;;: w11111 s'i)At lkahii'i'h' h. i- W'llcelir ltse'el le a nd-, t -~h ,% ita: V.Le.tlsenel; .4 ile' f.Iine- An
Mr (hamon of Dec'atur ecousaty, 4;;.. jalet the' imi~rle'Fij.4,-' ahaiji''v ;ti p ld, or 'all-. mixLsl. if) .i... uu.~i'nUK Vill",
ban puch se he Tilownfioond jpre'erty, vert ifsil o..i i 0 i l, ';:j titlrva r to Il~a%,4,14' -f-11 ii l. -ifh .u! '4e'ee-. -it 'lait'ted ImIKRA i ti:nty;
. ed hli. ~ntfa ily ia'she're'to ne'r,,liatn u alJl part ile*tlii ll- i'liii'. 'I I e 'ihIfI d u~' o e.! uTaiiuhnAmeue,
O ehol idaya. i Le f At miiilie'l' .t .'1 pl. Je 5Iitrl. tuwet ho'r with thpe
M r. (amr lorl,ni, whoiehsam lIoe','nlie ',.re eIw' To Rent! P uAe'riv Ui t / 1111 fiti~iC '.l'fllri'ft. 'I tw'ol'',on, in 1^i ,'.
~aru the sa''ntindP, lv lt r 'eIleFi'l'.'u'e eiche
rly a mono'th in 4 fle the t ptiA er- I t4 ia t itn -1 or-i" flowo s 1.1141 it 1,) oAwl Willl.erleI I i'.i te at icse. thei', 'e;e
tent fiishferm~e' n unsitesi useshad felra ;e111 ,f'i'~,Fi il e' ly ij l ael Notf.liue Ilieu.'',', I'i''' thl lti In Ihi' lith. (lily cif
E m tm .a d u ha el.Y s i J:DI'o, atit il '~I',I1 'T U 1,1"iii'.' ii le ,I I' ", 'ueiii. -*I, lit 'i M triave'h1ee. Y oi" i a,raela
aiasan I ,. 1ri e ise eC lii Ii'' flil'' lf~~' ;~.F 11' (fle,: fllet I.-? 'I !"eI cl.( jj 1114'- i, lif i tll Ilf'i'potMe
Cap ni F L.Prde fit, o Iil itoliud feit,- ti' -nle~lil 'Iole uppe'ar Is'tee~re'
popular t'ondiraeteori; oil the','G. P.& A. st A i ~(i-%A 'eirt u eul %II' ecu I ;loe let i~n it Nev lsot-w ifir_
Railway nya'ste'zsin ashe're'te'. ro I4a1iiit jFri.'q, ILA M 4CADA1
Mr. WV. Dukes, Cof I'Mvo. (uIte#1%YEy#, is0, MFIN % Ii.re'lit the' St ate' ~ AIll~ ri' e i'1llt'e .i~l'h.(eliiu
knong the recent arrivak-, lit theeh )Iiet'I, Aclcr'4, M1 'r', i~~,I. Lt 1. 1% ir See' (Colliins for Neat .Joelt)Printing.I

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Repair Work a Specialty.

Al Work Done Promptly.

Satisfaction Guaranteed.


and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-
C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.

tainly "Left Undone One of the Things You Should Have Done."

Items'and call see us.

Look over these

We are sure that you can find what you want in our stock.

Broad Ciotti in W~l Stapjle* ('(lorA', att Flahked '
7retm andl $1.(g) per yaird.10.peN
The I'mjulalt' Iaita ('itat11, 12 i blie- 11h a
wide, in Iflue, Tan, G,,ivv n ittRed (p All "',u-d
anid WVhitt-, at 7txts ;aer yartdl. w,111cTin,
$1.0), 750.s, Kickx .arid 5oc ''\tsI ri* 'I',''eet 1.
almo the' Nvw Shadvei ( Goodes, a :po t I WPll
per yard.
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T'ri t in Iall ;1( d l 'l I's, at
, ;i I.
I V\.r,'tia~n ('loth in (;t'e' ,.
v r, I wide'. ;5h,'t, Yart'l.
't1ei.'ls. 2'7 inclt .-he's wil' l and
it 2.")''ts nl 'r varil.

Ladies .Jacket.,;

at $2.50,
$6.50) and

ladlies Skirts, $1.(00). $1.50,
$ .M, $1l.1m, $5.(), $(,.0) and
<'i -1 .

( hildelrs [Reefers,



75cts, $1.00,

Percals, Flanneletes, Ginghams,
Outings, Red and White Flannel.
Rugs Rugs !! Rugs !!! at 35, 50 and
75cts, $.100, $1.50, $2.50. $3.00 and
$5.00 each.
Dutches Trousers, 10cts a Button.
$1.00 a Rip.
Boys Suits and Knee Pants.








Middle Florida's Pioneer Cash Merchants


Store at No. 128 S. Munroe St.



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S fore.

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Corload after Carloard of New (ioodts .Iust

Received, consisting partly of

Port iere


tains and Fixtures, I.Lce Curtaills, anId extra
large and Fine Line of Rugs adlld Art Squares,

at prices

that defy competition.

A Very t1cav.'y iLivof V~im 'aiid Mwiihwi
Fu 'ItS'e for' I.:vvry .(Iil4u IIItil te tuse at

'u ts,1Ir6n iBeds~, houtis.hnhld urnlsh~ft~s,
Carpets, Mattings, Iitc.
STORE 126 S. M~ftko~tor.



It means nmore of that vital
lih;it giving energy. just when
andI where, you wanti it, at half;
the lt-pemise and no trouble what-
Is'nt that convincing? If you
don't think s) ask the nrtn whoI

The 6as Company.
Noew is the time to< or ter younl i7.er ror everything y a wlh wrr ow i
the' full. (;ive your orders to
tf R. A SIIIN, Agent.

J. D. CAY, 140 S. Adams St.
AfterI carry the choicest livery in
My teams cannot be duplica-
ted ly any stable in Tallahassee.
My Carriages, Phatons, Sur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
e new and clean, the most fastidi-
ouI. will be pleased with them.
I ask a liberal share of the
e patronage of the people of Tal-
Iahassee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
S.. be.st service j )ssible.
After this date I will operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for famielis or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
competent drivers. There are no others so good( A trial will convince.
In the sales department will always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horses and mules for light or heavy work.
I keepl) on hand various grades of buggies andharness Any one look-
ing for either will do wellto call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
Cow(m to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con-
vinced. Number of phone 291.

t t tt o ArI n -
ttr'4 T-b oa
Mole s.lwamrw t% war W. on or
btfr, the let day of March. A. D. 1PN or the
amne will be tmbrd.
_. 1 u A. WTWIHD.

Ladies' Ready Made Underwear cheap
a l l s1 .

ecxtriz Uetce.
N 0 itoand disttbumtes of the a tot
of HN rt deceml. lat of Lon c .,
ilnridth k I 4 ll pa omn iavlmn claim or -
-nd lnl-ild -titetat. topr M-t oe. c.
t. ii. itin tqyearas frnm this dwat.
th d of Aet, In.otherwi.eall such rl
or demands will be forever barred.
Executrix of Estate of Harr I). Hartt.
With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle-
men. Central, care True Democrat. U

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' To be derived from Spot Cash Buying is

apparent and if you have never investigated
Sto ascertain the difference, you have cer-

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Appalled by Fear, Nicholas Yields

Up His Autocratic Power.


To Count Witte is Dele-
gated tlighty Work of
Bringing Order Out
of Chaos.

An Associated Press dispatch from
St. Petersburg s&ys:
The autocracy of the Romanoffs and
the old order of things cease to exist
In Russia. Emperor Nicholas has sui-
rendered and Count' Witte comes into
power as rninloter-president with an
imperial mandate which will confer on
the people fundamental civil liberties.

"I am cure the American people
who understand what freedom is, and
the American press, which voices the
-wishes of the people, will rejoice with
the friendly Russian nation at this
moment, when the Russian people
have reo esty the promise and guaranies of
freedom, aind will join in the hole'
that L hI Russian p topl' wil.! \'st iy
aid in thi' ritalza:ion of thl:se liLirict.s
lb.y c()-o;. rat;nt g ithi the' govitri'nll 11'
for ilir lpa fl'ul Ii! r dilutJ lioni. (ti.\
itiliis w ill ( [ I lI,..- lii o cuC '' l., ,
lu ll i, i i (1 III LIhI ll :l' l (t I li l't '
i l t ill. p t (,I, :( .'.

lto t Ar o n 111 I( Il l it I ihf. v1J
alrn ly iii , 11: : t. f a\ ;i' '->,, -i
10 t hi .\ I i II jlli ] ii S;;' l. 1 he rl J'';
a r \ ri ;l I ; : it 1 .1-n,' i "n iK ,tinn!i. i,
o vro v lr >|',, !v'>;i I'' i!b l'f,. *'.:, I
ID tlhc A l' \; i.ln i r Il) i t' h ll- ti ii, '
o r M o 1 ,11 !ii. l l :w ( 1 1 't ii.
final ;l I )' ; I ll to a;i l, itlleil stt ) ai ltl'
a ilprograin "'hii lc will (lo:cl,\ r i 1i '1
rule of at ilsol tisn '. i -rl' c i iy I; .
and h:s t Il ,niai :i.of ahi I( ; s lit ;!.Lr
huntiredl y ar.
Abdication Complete.
A .-in i>:- r ; i ot( If in : li:ll > i
s iho s sI i it i :ilil t.i i t- h i i : .-
habd latioln (i' i. auto 'ri !A uIt' n.
The vt ry a ''yl of th- t or (io nerallilnt
clear ali .( \oirl (of the v ler )- t.V
and Ii)ons.aistle phlraseolog)y, N hi, a i
h ,ro'toft'r tins chara( t'rize.,i his rna '-
Itty nan 'I sto',o f I not only nto I :ra'.
real authorship, but shows that th'
emperor .-t last has irr\'o ed to tho i vi'Tabll. rll doro no' ,i'-
:o l l lt eh ';ief .! 'lt I th e l oint ans
agitation f h lia ,lijl cs la ave, drive\ 'l
,im to tial i )r "h xt t in ;'.m l' :tr' al .
y '.r \ v 'lh ; ,;" (':!,. i ;* r' y l ;, .
.w i l.I it;. ,f e l" si o .;n 1 t 1 r v .
tigl;h n h ', ;ip ilh ; lidl a ::'ii t.,',
News Sporead Like Wild Fire.
Trhe lit e spirtad lil wild ftl;'.
throighoul lt ihr i ty. Thil' itvolition
lsts and a(1 I e agitalors generally 16i
clart-l lou.l.y tnat the governnitit l';
promnistas wtiull ,no longer suffice an l i
that the sti.ilh- nim st tn .continued. In
fact. an hiaur attr the news hcam 1
known, th, revo:utionh.sts look o( '- .
Mlon to threw lthe f first hnimb in S'.
Petersburg Th et-d s'l r.t the strik, I i-
gan. Thv incedeint docurred ntir rIt '
polytechnic lsc ool.(, but thero was : i'
fatality, Practically al; ,classfes, ox(,t
the sorlallsts arnd extreme radi( however. -cad ti, dociumli nt with <1,-
light and amazement, declaring tht
It atem to Ih iUIpport of 'oie nt \flitht.
By the Irniy, of fate. whlnd the irli;-
cr are clamorlng for a consulrtu; oT,
It hab bcri IntlatoSsible, to parnnaital
the strikin;: printers to rt um work
and. therr:Cr. not a single' ne'wspai, r
ex-ept Th,, Officdal M,-s,ng(,r. pr'nt
eri th tribution. Arran; en.n's hlive hem.
made I1 p.acard th, manifntlo nen
every dl'a'l wall in th,, city.
Full Text of the Manifsnto.
Th,' following i*< t}ih t(xt of thi im-
perial manlf, t(o:
"We. Nicholas. :he >?cond. lby the
grace of plod, ,,mp'ror and auto<'rat of
all th< Russia-, Grand Duke of Fiin-
land, etc., declare to all our faithful
aubjets that the troubles and agita.

lion in our capitals and In numerous
other places Alla our heart with ex-

sorrow of our people is the sorrow
of the sovereign.
"PFrom the present disorders may
arise great national disruption. They
menace the integrity and unity of our
"The supreme duty imposed upon us
:)y our sovereign office requires us
o efface ourself and to use all the
force aud reason at our command tJ
hasten in securing the unity and co
ordination of the power of the cen-
tral government and to assure the sue
cess of measures for pacification in
all circles of rub!ic life. which are es-
sential to the well being of ou.
p o 1ip1e'.
,V'. therefore, direct our goverin-
I ment to carry out our inflexible will
in the following manner:
I 'Irst--To extend to the population
lie i:minutable foundation of liberty,
based on .he real inviolability of pur-
son, freedom of consacience, speech,
union and association.
"Second-Without suspending the-
already ordered elections to the state
douma, to invite to participation in
the douma, so far as the limited time
l.efore the convocation of the dounma
will permit. those classes of the pop-
uilation now completely deprived *.f
electoral rights. leaving the ultimate
d(tv',lo(rm, 'n:t of the ploplk of the
I '. toral right in general to the newly
shlbiishedl I legislative order of things.
'"Th'rd-To eastabllsih Is an nnchant" -
a ; ei rit, th:t; no law shall he' vn-
f., ,I,'. without lth i~a ;roval (if t h1
S i lll donti; an l hI t it si 'iall I., p1 o s-
for t iih ,'( ,i i' o(f thli' 1 ;I*0 1 1
( 1,* I ;i i in 1 11. 111 i n 1 I
.... \ i : ., 1 :;tl y f i e

"ti i, ,'' 1i. 1 A .
A l i 1 1 I 1 i I

,' ;, i .1 "i 1n irt1 l a ti r t il. !* g' I" i
I ',a r"u > 1 ic'r I n l hn l' ,. tLi : li ti ll ri St.'i >
I RIl%\ :t ii'. t .1 ;; 11 of L l n l .

of : ; fri'.t i'oi r: a r I ; Ia i hS .
Si ; '. t ,1 i'p et i. i h' l r in wa

.I ,;:l 1 n il e l f I i !sit; l lit It
-; .\!< s i:t i i niiii froitf m Kiel fK or
,. unlli nowi ld C 'Stiatio i a 'iliUt4 ris '
i a ruilcr til at itry iar hl ounl for St.
llk, trburg to bIring ,l.o IRussian (nm-
plres a ntin h r rhildrfin to I., the
:-e,'Sat of Princ, aiil P'rin i ss Hl 'nry
(:f I r'l i'rsia.


(alifornia Limited .lump rack and f lreakls
LDeath and Ditf ster.

S .:.' 1i ti t -i;,' I the sI; i1iji r 'i c iar
; )| !,\ t 'li '." > nl l fi \.i y %vi i, ir ,i* 1o
\'< lre l !ori i l: in h wl e, i. n o01
of the' fiar-t s |I iliarr trail' o(t. hre
A*(l.hso'n T'ili ka aind Saw'a Fe rat!-
i'd* Cail:fof'r-:;a ll nlintd No. 1. which
:;ft ('hi (.ago at 1i 0 o'c'o( l Sl uniida
i*ht (i 0 tt'r w(e Thi train' was
alidtchd one mile (.ist of Sh rff l'd.
IMo ix inills from r th l sineiss ct (L-
ter o Ka.ninas Ci'y.
Th', wreck occurre(Il in a 'cut whl;l
thle train wa rnninni g iat th rae
of .:l mil ay a iose rail.
The- rain contsi(tei-d of ond mail car.
ione t ha e le <'r. l yne coach. (ino i hair
'ar, fe,,r tou.rint hleplng cars. two
standard ih',llmans and one diilng
car. Tile paff giier list was largly of (olonliation to rislts.
N.arly a'; th sl,',pilng cars r.maln-
#*:1 on thf track, and the forward care,
bore the brunt of th<, shock. None
of ilh, [u.n,.ng rs in tihe sl,,,ping ar I
wer hiiri. Th, l day .oac.h In front
*if the r'tiair fur firnshlnhil the groat-
,"' iinmih'r of killeI asind lnjnredl The
.el*at rm tural wall of rouigh lisnt' into
wiln *Ide-f of the 'ay ) i, nab e. anr il Pa el*, t
'ri w, :'e gro'in'l,i against !hi, wall
an'l .: 'h!r b l;,'il +r badly Injured.
!I. r, ll nt. (.i nil'er of th, wreck-.
ed train, and hio frtnian. WHllalm
I)eLong, eeapi'd injury. The loromo
tive leaped from the rails and ran 30f
feet on the lies. finally stopping up-

right. The locomotive was going so
rapidly that it passed the rail In safe.
ty. The mail car immediately be-

ceaalve pain and sorrow. hbind jumped the track and struck the
"The happiness of the Rusalan sow. side of the bluff, and the four cars fol-
lereg isa ndissolubly bound'up with lowing plowed through the wreckage
the happlaes of our people, and the, and shabot against the high stone wall.
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ID idllesss at Ltt'c Rock, Artkasas.
Rooscvdt Talks Platly on the
Lynching Evil.
President Roosevelt spent seven
crowded ours in and around Little
Rock, Ark., Wednesday, and his jour-
ney from Fort Logan H. Roots, on Big
Rock, on the north side of the Arkan-
asa river, to the city park in Little
Rock, was marked by enthusalatic
demonstratIons of welcome. While la
Little Rock the president delivered
two speeches, one at the city park
and the other at a luncheon.
The feature of the president's ad-
dress at the city park was his refer
once to lynch. law. Turning to Gov-
ernor Davis, he said:
"Oovernor, you spoke of a hideous
crime that is often hideously avenged.
The worst enemy of the negro rau.'
is the negro criminal, and, above all,
the negro crim'ial of that type; for
She has committed not only an un-
spe-akable, hideous and Infamous crime
against, the victim, but be has cnm-
mi'tted a hideous crime against thu
people of his own color, and every
reputable colored man, every colored
man who wishes to see the uplifting
of his race, owes it as his first duty
to himself and to that race to hunt
down that criminal with all his soul
and strength.
"Now, for the side of the white
man. To avenge one hideous crime
by another hideous crime Is to reduce
the man doing It to the bestial level
of the man who committed the bestial
crime. The horrible effects of lynch
law are shown in the fact that three-
fourths of the :ynchings are not for
I that crime ht ial, but for other crinms.
And, above all, o'tier lien, governor ,
you and I, and all who arn ItxpolntlLi.I
Untii rt'lprlS'titatlv's of ti i .law, owe
i! !') our e(ltophi i\v, ;It to t 'he 'ia-'
(if civil:zaliion and hIliiiii>il yy. to I!,,
ivt' rything i en ( ir iir > \tr, ofliia!lv a i!,!
Irn o tlciaily (ii:f.c l y ;'-11 i l ir 11 i,)
I I o tIh 'llo I i I ',i ; ': s ll Ili lii 1111 :i.
:1* 1 1 .t I 1 1. c I t i 1 .1 It

:1 !:i S i t' i i I l lil' lil ,t ;'f i
i!1 .1 li 'r.i i r l :. I i '' | i I It)i I '.'

; tl ;it

II., lLt,' 'S m'r Xli ll! i l o, '.i l; iin t.g
lit ') r l )ioi:; away \ ith :;ii.t,
I:"lre, so \\u'il( l wi ite':r>e to the S ;l i il-
li e ;i r i t1 ie iri i' \% ii li i l (rilt t i l ; .
A.t 11th 1 .-i itn ltuI hIi r't! l itf appr t i'
i n < iIr t:i i I . :<. F() i l,in 1 i o In '
it t ia l.t' ie tr t I l h e' ii ni0tl l ( .li iti;ty tio
i p ,nilhi l nr iiiii iflll(i a iilv rl( i (,h e Ir ,
Fcu ra1 i nfY r.;; 1l: tif to Ci(i Itu
1''i, ':ily in lsli.ly ll i' to (h l lll rlile'l i ti.v
t;oto'l n<'gal ::ii liut.
"If the l;t w is rooas(on'iinlily spi e- Sanil reasonably isuree, it takis awnlay
oaIO igret.t XCUi O for ilawlv'Nsil's. if
I hs ne horril;e erni cri In cornm itta il nill
the tIeoplet ft el hat aider the Lrs-
( ciire instHneiic l tthu wIll lio an Inl,'lt.
ilte delay in thel piinlshni rit of tllh
( criminal, and that the pill 'itlhinenti wi;! I
Im lit ,(n rtaTliT, i Vi 'nl \\wle n l it i ; ina, 1 ;t e
in ii n lt lr;al !o.i Iiof ;t 1( 1,1ii litih i i
1ll m ani .ll! i s u;S 1. n t i Ill3f ','".,I otf sl\V
ibreak.;ng, w i, i i r'im r, lii n ; )] i:l r
Is n ,.t(n.'I to lthl 1; ,.
I' ( : trh l t;y i(hoi:i I I h;t s ri s i ll)
s'anlialll itn rov< nit itt shiall b' I :1I" i '
In ti,, direction of ecui, ring grt-at,,r
expl) administration of Jiiu tlc,, <'ipoei' the adinnistrat on of criminal Juisto'."
Probldent Ito< fvi'lt and party ar-
r!v-,l in M left for New ()rlBanm ovr the Illinor,<
('e ntral railroald twenty miilitei- Inter.

iiur IrILIA l U WARD Jt)U"r.

Over $3 00 a Bale Advance followed the
Washington Bureau Report.
floBiisau of news which came from
Liv'eroo)l and later from New Yor,<
that the' Kinners' report would show
6,10().0oi, lales ginned to (fNtober l ,
the New Orleans cotton market turn
bled 30 points, or $1.50 a bale, in t Gi
early trading. Whe~ n the' report of
the cer.nus bureau was road, price's
shot up 44 to 63 points hlvher thanri
the lowoat of the day, or as nimch as
$3.15 per bale.


People of ew Orleans Iorqol lever Durinq
President'e %Viit.
All In-er-.st in tho yellow f,.vr sit-
uation at New Orlfans wasl lIst Thurs-
day In the enthuslasmi over tihe pre-i-.
dent's % .it. but the low ~eord was
gratify.!n jijst the .jme.. With only
three cases, no deaths and forty two
cas.s under treatlmnt, the work it
regarded aU practlienly ever with.
Passed AFss.sant Surge-ons Hlue,
Richardson and Corput will be among
those who will remain In the city a
week or two longer In order to clean
up the work they have bad la hand.

L, C


Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, WagonA

Carfilge and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

upg. Mills and Kettles, MIil and Plumbers' Sup-

pileo, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-

ters, Builders' Suppliles 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 furn ished. All kinds of buildings plan
and constructed according to the latest improved method.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber
moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grtl8
fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every desert
tion. Drick, Lime and Cement fo. sale.

All orders will receive prompt
to bo flrnt clasi in every particular.
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on

attention. We guarantee our we
Prices reasonable.
Seaboard Air Line, on lot South


Schedule In Effect January 8, 1905.


i2:2.5p 12 :r5p
2:55p 3:23p
5:07p 5:25p
11:00 p


43 33
Da ly dailyy


10: 02p
1: 20a




:10a 9 25p Lv NewYork Ar. 7:23a 6:30a 4:15p
:23a 12:12a Lv W. Phila. Ar. 4:21a 2:35& 1:45p
:42a 2:37a Lv Baltimo. Ar. 1:48a 11:17p 11:30&
;50a 4:30a Lv Wash'ton Ar.. 11:60p 8:36p 9:5 60a
:20p 9:10a Lv Richmond Ar 5:30p 4:55p 6:23a
57p 10:02a Lv Pet's'b'rg. Ar. 4:42p 4:09p 5:49a
lUp 12:45p Ar .Norlina Lv 2:10p 1:40p 3:94a

41 38 32
Daily Dalily Dally

9: 25a
1: -20p

1:67a 5:13p 1:40p
2:26a 5:37p 2:10p

Portfoo'th Ar
. Suffolk. Ar.
.Norlina. Lv.

Lv .Norllna. Ar.
lv Hend'son. Ar.

1: 40p

T: SO&
7: 13a

1:15p 1:36p 3:21a
12:37p 1:10p 2:5iCm

9:00a ...... 4:lOp Ar .Durham.. Ar. 10:06a ...... 6:00p

4:1ra 7:00p 4-00p Lv ..Ral)Igh. Ar.
6:20a 8:55p C G:1p Lv So Pines. Ar.
(Pinehurst J.)
7:15a 9:55p 7:30p Ar Hamklt.. Ar.

8:30a 9:45&a11:20p

7:30a 8:50a 20:30p

7 :36 A l: lip Lv Hamlet.. Ar 7:10 a 10:00p
53 9:10 a 11:5 Ar ..Monroe. Lv 5:40a 8:35p I
Daily 9. 15& 12 l1la Lv ..Monroe. Ar c:35a 8:30p D
--- 10 3fft 1 :0a Ar ..Chester.. Iv 4: t0a 7:14p -
2:53p 11:47a 2:45a Ar Clinton i,v 2:45ia :00p 2:
JB:41p 12:33p 3:35a Ar Oreenwo'd Lv 1:.5a 5:15p 1:
4:08p 12 :7p 4 :02a Lv Abbevflle. Ar 1:331t 4:50p 1:
4:45p 1:22p 4:32a l,v Cal. Falls. Ar l:00a 4:21p 12:
6:23p 1:52p 5:06a Lv Elberton Ar 12:2Sa 3:55p
6:36p 2 50p 6:08a Lv ...Athens Ar 11:23p 2:57p 10
7:20p 3:2p :46a Lv ...Wnder. Ar 10:43p 2:t3p 10
7:65p I:55p 7:20a I.v law'Vflle. Ar 10:10p 1:5Tp *
9:20p 4:55p 8:40a Ar ..Atlsata .Lv 9.OOp 1:OOp I

For further leformation regarding rates. Pullman reservattio
apply to the underslgned.
PR D GOINBLR, T. P. A.. 116 Peachtree Btreet. AUanta. GO.
W. '. CHRISTIAN, A. 0. P. A., 11I Peacbtree St.,






JOHN 0. COLLINS, Proprietor. But Conveying Him to Warship Col-

~Mh~d EV)1 PDDAYMornng. lides With a Steamer But He Es-
caves Any lojury.,
A~ lT T ~A IN cw (r,eat~s dimpat.h .says: Afte'r
PA TR OTS ORM a narrow osaeaje from lolling hi'. life)
In an earl, morning collision In whIch,
AJNEW ~REGIME k.the,. Klght .rlo'weetender, Mgoio
%vhi( h he wawe traveling, % as -struc-k-
b) thbe, ,il#'riamr J~hiarta. rand wusow
owe Begun in Moscow to Defy rmur',h dlarfago' that he had to abandonl
Czar's Government. h abrx.I'te r mMold redcruise'r Went safel
xgifid, bouts I for Hampton Roads. 'Nei
thf'r their prelerldent nor any member
RELUDE TO REVOLUTION' of his pizr~y wus Injured In the acci-
ribe flit nfewx of the mishap rfteh
holas Delays Promulgation Of Ukase OeOlNt~.w Orisiiin by teleplhon" (Sril-
Calliog for Rdtorms in the Frlrlay morning In an aPPOal for help
Empc. rorn CaP''iln Rose of the Unite.!
Ernp~re. Jriilt (''rnipany'm steamer IKeperata.
wht!'?i a m.' from Nali n. L~a., nf~a!
W oll. Ic' )4tndy pa;.- 11' I ily wIth- ihohete' flit-' avv!f'rst (H'iirrfd. rblIi
j-I ooI4i# i t, t~~ij iii t,,. (loim,'4aleji'a Ma!~grotti '1,ft New (1'rio'alm at 6:3.)1
11e1l '. idlle'Owlity' o4 wyitt tw.ardiy e'Mlmi (t T l IwttH,!sy ulight, and the' EA
.i~f 'layn te'VO~tijt~j~ijt til mm at ;tii ,i 'A-;i,4 f'isJO'to arnl4" i'rldty -I-
.3,3 L o~ ~*l~ctisiiliert 1244 ('siil.r I' 11., The- we'attwr wan title
\vith e'uritpratl *eoly little- wlirl on tts.'

rcx)l)h tand ri ,!uitforteirnivn; III ssrt,' 110At f, f ui of hp avvillent, the!
oii-Oling IILon f mttIi 'inei, Ifil. govef,-ru itr4ts'd''t0. albA'iit''iy WAornl 0)1Stby hIs
f)ersD st''4Iilh4tit 'ly pjerkE'lemto Icope mtJ 4rerni ut, s eK g''rI ,no Iin Now (r! "ate,
VMSi 1111. te11ltat 41tiioad 111411yfly allil Ol ol' '.'~am~s fexI ;I, !if. had I iiti~lod In
ervicr popH *,IuIl ertlwitil yto I. i'uthat Pot if(rIh(- ir-vmmei I#'ll New Or-
he1 pi (lu.a't rigne I II toisot teenng to L .its !1. tl w abt wrnart
'all.west shorn whott' they framip In rntar-t
PIIffe:rferae'e hafve e i-oie t1JEdled btwe'eag In an e'fforttip a vod id ni f!ng itrtoer-acll
?ount Vlt'.j arsol (.e'o'riil 're'poffann other.
Ph~l It Ihe Lrvv'eiou, ntso'rmttH ~amm, thee II ith vii v' -oI a roiinded before' tl h.
mutpeier, tcurromlidoe'.l by Iths- imperial JRiepmrtt& otoffittii-rie rher ownmtet-anint
1knilly, re'nA Inx xvab il#u t 1up -t le'rhf, T,'he re'i-ti ei-if hoiweninoer'xit meriti.
9erni Ingly sotil he'sitat ing amito) what i %lien InfometIot t(. f therextent or'it t'
pijrme' to j1mrsue'.I dItc~lctii r. I II- drie's-e'l lni necliatei-v,
(ira ye! e Im iit a rt, txproo-m A m o l 5 I) ii ni l h w (i f Il ct ls piH 3rI y htitrris'illIy nilltitl
heptf her i-vi~ ie t I be' irt sriii guard f' ll i serranw-morlt't:4 cfort'10il4 trarimte'r to t ih
)w 111 -111. ie Ile lionl. Di~ictollt'rlt Is llgillliimim-toue' rer I vir ly, which wttt fir.
tip. [Ii.l I if) il$- t f-feritf' c tu III(- a rl''itt. .K-
1)1s y aftie-'r I-13 jistases i.'without I hoct e'pt ftol- liit.locsm of Horn' id t p vlt he
'offil 111Ktit on or t Ittsstelaa ie' '4govorn pe'iomrtIuf tf,. re'tlnothifii oby Ithe e'l
Eofnt al organ it re mpoipslibitilenilmtoj- li sn.
%I iljir.'t, to)Ibring ortol'i'out of the 'I.t'lih then'.w'hocieparty I rin-;f(rro'ol t.)
'"Nu5 l lit till ll ae't 6.1111 0111111. (Count tIl'l.Ivy. thattut '.''ose' was afel. own
itte' Io, horn all tiietlonn lotik to t~e' river it) fhel it- i rll r Wi-st Virginila,
*iit' i e Jif re-ul lerooeipl,,lists Ape'nt il it] i iot'IInK '.4'li Ii ,4 fit rt tier iii ,'iitt I
tint file, vcivre mtiniof i two dytl ~at lient'inhiute'ly ipon ho'aring o tIhits
*ieerte,of t Wff'Uing ~with thit ve'inipe'or, nrch'Icie'I' di vll ~~ ie'of thiJlne-HIfifrlt,
41tfl y Iilg 1 1 1, 1 4 14101114 c~Ii lit t4l 01tile'(' .4Mayor 1-i m~tviin iiHe'll? the' tcl lo" I it'.(
)n wih fit te spliholnlt~ticvfll whieb Iit l 0141e11ecIc le by iit-6.'t'ca to t efit-11iro'ali't
LJettIV Withll, tiWIlIliig to guilntt. "Nf-w trluitecm Is eove'joyflol to leanrn
New Regime 11et on Foot. Ithint you Firill your pasr~ y e4fll'o .4 ith
At as Int-teilngig n Nleeovew ofit1e1,14f-' (iltl niivity tinl'! re'sgro'tt ine'zi remaiohly
tem vir ~etfmito t li.gl~t'iit'te- 'i'~ce' it oc t 14 fie.' lle'ciuort tIII#.51'tifloeitt tewdo's'loe
14-1131 )111-14H.It H, i s 114 t1-11 'eIlfwh l il.t -1 % '1- prai Ilithat your voyig#, oe iteti'
Ite, Ill io' 'ttliitvtii (ift ct it goy v c'wlli 0 htoe' e..ife t el eelft1glltt l'
n -ilt1 1 )' Ruiel l t act iiule 1iuiteittly of (-'OIV ''tior 11 llivti'ithnri il aseo MEit theo
lmnpIItlal I tltli1t41lt Ii's I eclles'.11g r.ni"''l I'e' .Icle'nl 'lf'lieflor. iO'#1Io 4 44
rihe' twit~iif, tiie'atei-rs mti piit o'ioitt Ilit c '.elt Ahtoi,ird Ci. i (' r Wle'r ~ 'st I ,rglitla
xed l tsill the' H f-I m flit tue lark I I '! people' ot Jicilr'elurin reMro't acleilviiI
i erte'-tl tavs fo ille- ~i I re' tt'ot [,ill (oh r l 1tetlgtlgilt. fIt'Jroice'It hindolno, sl-orott
03111 a (if woi'k inve 'it. Me' V.' in nt-et ('tfnne' irimo'ivenP 'I'ril I yotir vnvlag# to
;m f t a' rlke~ra '.4 e'' illfwi ovite'l'Hel I byl~'i hih t l Iit ll beli 0.Isli'uitiI And o(In
el4-0104 'ilte' lt tkH, tIVAH11iV, I cId '- 1'I Iof f Al' t it.tI, illtttImiilt
44' til tk~ovi-rrlior ue',leriel'm ro'-4utt'tte e 'N C' iI.AN('IIA il). (kcvc''trtir''
I wiroitilileet by I rutepsripl.T e' ge vern' I*it'' We41 Vi riligiti it w sim woikoll I'-
geir l liallfi rsll y lacat i)u' 01o t ie' tiy hunt l 'e'r11 e, 11.1( lrg"t I) w~lr o'sto tel'
'thn et' "'tof Iit'' otlivr v 'y.ht f ~ 'ih)v '. i- toip It titt it tlee, lcenq t
r d te f h t .' ii e n I P It i~ l leti' t t e 4.'tild i g i i e' 5W .1 ,;t t I mt.' lie i ltlre' I itt i 'lc a o a. l'tu
o f u Irt 11iuie' Thi-ts p t t Ite1i 1 111i 1 111ie' in v Y at'e Is e wi v ro fe l i.e d tt, hN F oe' Jme vII~ A eI-
H I I. '4 ) e% 1 itix 1 ) rit' l i i tl if 4 I ) t! t u ii kill#'111 3 11 t" I I I I"'""tI' dl te' "e r eIt h a t*
ns are-' isrtimb ng f i iei,r t Ie..i t titi lin i Itie'l- 'e'i't '%iigiilt. .''ii, w ii re'a4'il KeY
fo tcr elaile'''Iice'' n lgh v'ect Moitirihliy fligh~t.f
*n~(r E'Iti4l bid itiTil.' 111 te light I~ t% )0%WIi~ 1k
.1. le A e .4l t'ct.-- iI h t' t'l ) leul_ __ __ _










At 0n point 1 lle'y fiutnit tihte e'e' t ,i proi,' tit:. l,.''iip of (}itfifrni aln.,
a ,t h s I lleh d ()neII I l 't ilt, three i It l',pt- I tl(. l,''li g iN ilEii A t W asthina l
iIl land i girl n ,A l i s lll H u te1'n i rTsons All tlih Mt, I-.4 tld Itlr,' *li clai e I k '', I' to Ie wonderfully ,
i. are' fill of (t'I 4 Ma ka it n o l ipo.I nlapt ,I ) l "h c, 1''tllt fI tion of ttho e ,co! '
c'itizenl have formed in iminllIt. to i 1i11 w-'e'vil. '"nIil portrayss I 1ts )4sM
for dlf'enm' hlthlliltem in i 'checkic pget ravages" l
dI'patI'h to a l.crtlon ne R'IK agelt i
tuIn (IOd(stII anyht there have' ..,'n 04110O 411 MI ltB B1 1OOPS.
gi, riotis .coinfitlts t hi0ref hilc we-'n
roolps int'l it nit)h in whithl Itwen. |iplno Inturqenl Ilader's Career Brouqht
a pi rtotilm wier' klleldi and ninety to a. a d in Midoenseo.
)tled. \ M .m ill:t 11 ,l lt. l s1",.'l K ,ro pl
VO I .. ilAl ".' r t 'i t li on I r.ki .\l: ( >\ oi t tcqi he
VO ,i1Ti Its A IL MPADDED. ,i,,, , ,,, I .1,,, irpr4iselI,| I ,t *. ,
'.ode .oof omes luo ed by lve* i 11, hI a eie' tf fith., 1orn iinirg,,ts T
tqatofre in Phise oliphi. -of ti 1 A I tI ,)r \itinA'T,,. hoe has
,nolnc mft nt is mnade b.y the Phil. I, n t- His,' tAll -path ftir clite, t ll ,
pusia pUoli;o departrlm ent that a can. Iurl. ,inIl IIi 11111 hll It 'hlicr with I
hi had e-st maIlt of tw lty- two of IlWit"* l .- and tt ml f -k fi.wcr I'norty-thrlo'
fcrty.t '.o wards of the city an! 'sntdiiril Mo.)o.t eA r. taken prWsonrra
#,I1 Ihhd 2.X I nanime were >Illhga "'Tl'hree' tillt' I To'l ei of the twenty s'.'s,
i theb lueti m votng ie5 of thIesu"i *nd ilnrtr wre killed anti two
;.I wo-I 11 l ( urinrlgi ell ,' n geizn ient.



Promises Premier Witte to Beg
Immediate Reform3.


Wittc F. n': y Informs C:it That Evy
a pepuoAc Cannoo 1ave Emnpirc
from Asarchy.

A St. Petersburg d..spatch says
As the result of a serica of specli
mlnisterial councils under the press
dency of Count Witte, Le.d to adopt
measure a to deal, with tIaIe situaLti
Ltho new national asmf-iio.y of la
and lawn granting prac I ali freedom
of there press and of i.,.'t' and mee
lng, will be promulgati.d forthwith
I pon the p erenl.tory demnalnd
I'rIt u I ilkorl, thet in.ni: b 'r of ra;
io);to ( the: I dcI't (ovorliitg iti retnsir
e.ration of railroad emiIp.oi) ,'r will t
rcvihmed i to m1er, prorin.s n made la't
ah in>g. I 'i Hs this va., ildon th
prjn)ce to nln utlU d that he would rI
Int're'sting dletal;s hav' lih-<'n learn
ed regarding Count Wittt'.a Interview
with Emperor Nicholan last week, a
which it wa.4 agreed that :he' lime sha
corii t)o limit the autocratic power
and give the' people a real share it
the government of the empire.
The emperor asked Courn Witte ti
speak frankly, and after listo'nlng t'
th, st tnman'a expmosuro of the ittu
atlon he appeared to ito lttfrly un
nerved by the, doplorabl, s ate of af
fairs and cried out that htI wah wear
of the: struggle' and felt like l'avin;
all and fl,'':ng to Darnimstadt, hence
priol,: hiy ,tih origin of the. re'lo)rt Cia
the, rinpiicror was going abroad,
C'onI f Wit i howiev' r, to l tl' I 'I m
Lp'ror th:it, in hi's opinion, l noit vc.' i
rl'itililr or(t11d f now 'av'. i !t:.sa ironi
anarc'hy. It was the e'ni l ri)r'.s dliity
to th'' lifiople and thise (ouiTilly Ito fac(
tLh' sllitat ion by 1nolotliig the:r wish'. as
naTit',ly, to al)rot),at the, ;aultol r:'tic(
pow''r i| uiirant a 'conlstit it;oli hvy ( re
acting a I tinletry respons.,ii-, alll.. to
theI ro' wnA' nd iIIl t hU r.)pr' ':, ;' ;iti v'.s ,lo
the it r loinu. 'Thite e'rut or ili ;it ly r'
cept',l. r, lIl i.sti :; ('m int \\1 t
draft ia proj ect whicli i 'kn .]s itoin f'orlm
ho II o v i I ast ."utitliiy, w'. tein lthe
c'linti agri''-i to It( < t ; h I1' lpronii n r
shll oIn ( oci t itnl I t tha t l I' '(011l IiamTi. e
the' nitils'leras anil Ith t th5ey shtoliil
report Io hi'is n:iJe- ty only through
hilittn lf as head of tlih cablini t.
St. l'Peter.ahtirg was In a par,ti'
Thurislay. l ) tl to a linrg', oxt.nit nap
par'ntly without rtason. Th, mo t
alalrtnling rirllorsa w'or', In t liroulation,
andl thfo Hh few otf the itprinclpa; sireets closely
thelr torrs and hiioardled up the doors
anId win'l(ow h, e 'Wtii .acfl mI lndedi
Inhaliltants kl.pIt within doors. Anx-
lety w H e'vldrItc-,,l In theI whohls at.
mosph'l'r' of th cit ly. hut 1 bio far noth-
Ing has ciurred to) justify thli.s
frl r There were' no dllsordel's.
4('tnoral Trepoff, who has lio'n
pla. ,',d in common nd o)f lSt. 1'itersulnrg
ga;rrlson aind gl\'n tan additional o(l-
virostn i f relnfori t'nl"lts, declared hIe'
Is amply nll to maintainl order, and
Ihe' l<)llce are' allow'lng' the strlkerr
to v'ent enthiinIantnl so as to avoih !i
confll the, polled not to Interfere with the
parades no long as th'.y. were orderly,
hut is' gav e neitlce that he was pre
LarIs to COel' finrrly with any dts-


Invalid at hlot 5prinq I ut OIff By lames
and remeated.
'It'. wor' t ht ,lt fire In th. history
of IHotr Splrins r'tn'utrd early Thturrs-
:ay mt rnr.' wihn th,, intlroad mei.'.
S', w .i d'cstrot iel
'.Vho'n tIhe fIre' was go't'lon inder con
'I '!x hiailly h:tirdl clbodies w 'r '"
'r tund ;i: the' rtulrts

Tihe strictlire wnas a twostory frame
bnullding. :,nd the' flame' spread rap.
dly., V t. tigt1I off e',si Rj' hy hallway
both up lilsd d

bhootieg at POssesfer eM Car Ballet found
V;ctle**m te Outside.
K. A. Moore, a conductor for tfhe
avsnniah Ei~Etric company. in a
drunken rage late Thitrsday afternoon
drew a revolver of heavy oallber and1
opened fire upon '. It. Socklnger. a
passenter aotard h's car. One biul.
let pped wide of IIt Intended mark
and atrltck Mrs. l.'lla Wheeler. as
the sat on the s'eps to her home.
No. 207 flrotghton street. The bullet
entered her JulIular vein. oeverlng It.
and three mninuter after she was
struck she was deid.




Ran Shys Wife and Children. Then
Anithilatcs l'oeC ad Lasily
Commits Suic:de.
R. E. Gr lsitt was shot and kille.l
ze he cane out of his home near
Gloucester, Va., court house at sun-up
Saturday nrorilng by W. D. Coker
who had concealed himself under the

steps of the residence for the pur-
jose. Af er firing the first shot and
finding his victIm not quite dead, an-
other shot was pumped into the body
of the prostrate ma,. .
After being ahot the flrst time, Greo-
: sitt pleaded with Coker not to fre
al again, and his wife. who hsd rushe t
f5 from the house when the first ahol
~t was fired, also pleaded with the oauv-
n, pocodly insane man to spare her bus-
w band's llf". Coaer. before firing thoe
u .(ond I lne, went up to close to his
vict.m and po)ke'd the muzzle of the
igun inwo his L.ol.v. Grnsitt died
if instantly after r'e giving the second

A.- f:r commit tng the deod Cokler
wI .sIhollilred h:s gun and went to h1:.
It i o,li hon-e. Hlie teri'phonid what lte
ie ,l done to relatives, and requiesti.,l
e them o ;d a to an oflicr to his home,
G;re,'nwoi,J to arrest him, and an
l- offie r accordingly hurried to the
W H('o';ie.
t As he approached the Coker home,
' he' report of a gtun rang out, and,
r '),n forclIrg an enrance into the
n hose, he found the body ot Coker,
lying in A pool of bloo1l o' the floor,
o 'hlflently Laving taken his own llf .
T) The office." al,,o discovered in tlhe
house the' ( oadi hod:es of Mrs. Coker
- and hwr '\'.o smar; children, aged .%
f. and 9 y a';s. hloth glrl.<. .Mrs. Cok:"-
y and hi c(.hi dr 1ii h' id he,,'n shot, kil l'l
g and laid out, anil money placed o)i
e their eye's, showing that tlh'y IU ,i
lt i(,'n d .libl .ralt ly nuirlderod by t;,-I
htIsbantd an, fat her I'lfore the at-
tif nipt|t) 1;'Il (;re,-sl:it was m ade.
a (ok,'r Itt a noc' in which lihe in-
i Il' d that Ie hta:ii killed his wife ar:il
y chldront o sav' tuihem from diugrac,'
'ili! gt.\e tliih, niaml it' ('of Gr ssit anti
I l:.i broth' "r Jal. s1 a the' trotblh,.h
)ll' Of t ilh li '.;' pr iuliiar I)pha ,
of it ( t|ii llitp'e'x tra~'idy is the' tlhtii-
it' Yl .s i' iti; iin.,r. ill wn ht i i lih' mniaI
w. wnt ahio'i his dliadly w.ork. liHe say I
in ih 4 : : to that ithe thlr'OI t.-s of his wif"
nl I litt ei rs '.;ere \ ( etr ( ',I with i a knit'f
at 2 ''lot ;,, ; lt nli ht., w hile lthte' step:
rin their l dlst, tha. lihe' children \w'er,
.'as to kill. I nt that his w"ife diol'f
itiari. Aft ki iln;ing thi,' woman and
ith, h hir ll rin, he arrl'argi l th lhodiie- t
r,-f.fn;ly "):i1 thi Ir bl, s. sm ootli1 on i
theiPir galnntii its anfl then laIl down he'
slil'l tl 'n anti s 'ipt fft til elay, wh.'.l .
iht went to '!'o (;,a.ssitt hion '.
('oke:'. \% it,' ,a.s lth datlaugllt'tr of
I.liett' nr lt olerrt eRoy ol Virginir.,
;aniii wa',sa of the, most Ieautlfif I
woet n I1 i t I the' (oinrwtit enw alth. ,1.
'4fiis a fr( oi .iin of eMrs. A J. Mon r
tg i i,.', wif' otf lthe governor.
('Col, r i tI Ie riin rinlt i ng IIoavily for
: \. w y arisi andl it Is hlliev d I t lt
,Irin 111 aus ,i his n ifItial lderartgeoiselln'.

NO (114M1 I ('ION110 LEAK.
-- 4
Peckham and Has% f[onerated and Dis-
charqed from (ustodyv.
At N.'w York Sat urdly V'nited
Sttni 's Celt'(; 1!ss(ion i r Itidgeway dlis-
c'liarged fro s i ii.-o ) 'oly Frederick I'ck. -
ham atii Mtoses llaas, who were '
cllarged witllh lhaalng onspireId with
Edward it. IHolm.s, Jr.. to defraud
the government t y ser'uring advance
Information of the government's cot-
ton re'lp rts .
('ontminlsionter lltidgeway held that
lilithn.r of lite' mnn hadl cornmiteli a
,''Iite w'iltinl thi ril'alltnfg of the tnt.i r

It w.14 i tn the' el'fi'l.' of I'eokhamn
and li:'as tha' a l;nwyer lttotei a iorr-
1tion oif I're bl:int Iltoosir'l"''l s 'lte'r r
of a<'''r tae >'' in which the' presihlent '
hild dte laore' that there was no com- -
iiiin law of t!he u 'nitld el states that
coit!d giv'e Jnrlsdltion oIf ans offense a'
In a federal couirl.
Trhie inlie'In t against Ilomes t
charged him with m!n.condncet whi, h,
i the offense leclare'd. was not an of-
Sfense known to the federal sta'u'es te

I04O 10 Ct',I IWO t (oPAhts. .,

PIrecNednu* Aqiasnt %ew Ycrk I|0e eed w
1utell) I 0e Dequn at tAroe, Ohio I
u y.1o w\ r;ai~to ptix ,l i' iistl s \ ,;'.?r n

oinnw Ii n in : ; : i 1:t tl i .t 1
Akron,. ( h SaeIt .rT.la: lIt'rc : ;,i. I
l'roseg tit n .% t A orl.: fa -tt n.tt,'r
ORaIa int I: N11 1i. ujl |.I f Insur.1n e
I comi any ;.til ttI :e N,'w ork L:ft' to
o st;t thi':in f ':r nt In!it s j' by tal!n4 fr
their fr.li hn s f4-romI them on the k
ground tI hat tlhe compants have mis N
itfeId the'r pnowrs for the past five C
year In ',i,:at!tn of the lavt of tbo

"A.gnIy uliloNt'xpe),'tl nlon WOITOl caus
W1e ll1hi moet painful pa.ilitation, make
11 faint :tndi weak.
"I had hl'rd of Postmn nnd began
to rinkk It wi'hn I left off the old cof-
er. It I)hePn io eltIp mue just as soon
na thlI old effects of the other kind of
)off'-' pasel d nwy.. It did not stima-
Iatn me for a while, and then leave me
e'nk nndl nerTous as coffee used to do.
n'ltcnl of that it built up my strength
rind .supplled a constant vigor to my
'stini whielh I can always rely on.
t ennlles e to do the biggest kind of
day's worii without getting tired.
ll the heart trouble, etc., has passed

"i givr, It frrelT to all my children.
roni tIle younhent to the oldest. and It
ecps them nil healthy and hearty."
Same given Iby I'ostum Co.. BetUe
'reek, Mich.
There's a reason.
Read the little book "The Road te.
elyville" In pk%.

Modern Manners.
To our cUtl4od our gmrulty was
checked by the words: "There are
some things whleh ladies and gen-
tlemen do not talk about." We seem
to have brought frankness to a fine
art: and with this general re!axaticn
of conversational principles, we now-
adays disregard all the older conven-
tions of address.-Lidy Helen Forbes
nla DClack and White.

Twro years of every three In Korea
have twelve months each of twenty-
nine or thirty days, and the t'hir4
year has thirteen months with 3MS

Tlw eraetus is coming into fashion is
Eag :nd and Germany.

*loe M'ewr1el. s100. *
The reader ot tis paper will be pleased t o
learnta tna ere i a *e.* one dreaded dis.
ease uac soleajse as use s aoe to our tansi
itsM aed, ad t4it W Ostarrj. Hial'sCatarra
4ureis tu's only paostire uure now knownto
theanedloai tracerty. 4Catarrh benin a con-
stituti)sial disease, rolulre i coustlitutioaa;
treatment. dli'A Ustartr'aCureistateniatee-
Ually,sjci4i, Cr eoun4 rfta seso ue iystein, thereby d .str.y-
Inst aIeorasdsti>aU. tn i diusebs,, aandt givil:
thieptutet lCtra s ix by ouldilna' up thecoan-
ntitutiou and a44isnin; nature iu doln it*
worK. Th'he pr,)ricetor halv,ao imu'iltitillulA
Itsurativepover.i :na: they offer One lusn-
diredl) >)llarefor.f m tua It fail c> oujr.I
bend 1o: .'': o( c W 4mrn,)aiasa. Address
F.J. CsiSxiY kA Co., Tole01, 0.
olil by IDrug4;i.44. %.'.
'Iatku dali'o Fa ni/ I'llis for Coastlpt .io3.


Fining of Beef Packers Has Modify.
lag Effect on Agitation for Rate
Washlngton, October 24.-The con-
viction and fining of four members
of the firm of Schwarzschild & Sulz-
berger last week, for accepting re-
bates, forms the chief topic of dis-
cussion here among the returning
politicians. Praise for the president
and the department of justice is com-
ing in from all over the country. It
ap;ears to be the general opinion that
the rebate evil Is effectively scotched.
A successful precedent has been es-
tablished in rebate cases, and here-
after, it is alleged. the government's
path will be comparatively easy in ob-
taining similar convictions if future
cases of this kind arise.
The general belief as to the re-
salt of the fining of the packers la
optimistic. The current opinion holds
that it will have an immediate and
lasting effect in curbing those large
shippers who demand d:scrimlnations
in their favor from the railroads. it
thn government is on the alert to
enforce the law and tihe large shippers
will be fined $25,0,10 whenever they
are discovered accepting rebates, the
rebate will soon become as defunct as
the great auk. And rapacious shippers
will hbe further impressed by the fact
that there Is every reason to believe
that the government will riot be sat-
lftled by the payment of a fine for a
stacond offense.
The belief grows that the decision
of the United States district court in
Chicago will have a great effect li
modifying the demands of those who
nre agitating for rate regulation. Con-
servative opinion In Washington re-
gards the conviction of the packers as
an effective demonstration of the con-
tention that existing legislation Is
competent to deal with unjust rate
discrimination and as supporting the
view that there Is plenty of law on
the statute books, if the government
will only see to its enforcement. Those
who oppose! additional railroad legis-
ation before the senate committee on
interstate commerce at Its special
session last spring are pointing to the
fact that they reIterated over and
over agaJn t.at exl sting laws, active-
y enforced, are adequate and are say.
ng "I told you ao."

peoplee lWill rlitk coffee Tlahen l. "vo*
(inh Thiing.*."

'"I hI' -n to i;se Poetum i he.inio the
e'cl I inl of coffee' li;id sio poinonedr lIy
wihol svaloen lihunt I wta on the point
f lrc'.iakiing down. nnd lthe doctor
itrneod me tlihnt I iust quit it.
"My ltiif ilimetnt Was illervousnes
re'l It" art tro hNle.


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Florida State News.
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Ccvarnor Expreass Apprcciation. f.:ay RP-Cota:: Army Pca:.
At LLAke Cly tuie 1o0..eiu'g oid 'r WI.o p.-szlag t:-:eo barr.Al:S In Ct.
wat issued by Adjutant General J. A LStI..e ocLui.ed b/ the 1 uirar
-Clifford R. Foster upon the break n; .rmy ycar3 a o. but now vacant Prs
of Camp L'rcward, it bL.n; sim!!ar idant Rocsave.t a ated that he wo'.l
L '-e order i :cj upon the conclu- I'elp ite city's Loa:d of trade !a itJ
U .ron cf the camp of lie S-,cond ReZ:- effort to have the Icat ro-esabllashed. i
nicnt at Criando: 'iT,.s titement by the prcsik. has
"General Order No. "0: Upon tho again given the citseca hope, and an.
clcso of the encampment of the firat other effort will be made with the war
infantry and artillery corps, the com- de.Partment to have'the pcst cs ablish-
mander-ln chieblef deems It but Roperr ed again.
to express his apprecitloa of the The barracks are strongly built of
general Improvement made In tho coquina rock and have Leen standing
br.ef period during which the com- cince the ancient city was first built,
mand has been in the field fcr Instruc- being, for years. c tion. lIh monks. They rave been kept in
"While cr.aidcrabla good work haI perfect order by the United States
h trn done and great strides mad?' government. People of the city are
Ir. the dcsie,! direction of improv-l anxious that the soldier. occupy the
(flec!ncy, there remains much more tu same again, and to that end the Lowrd
I e accomplisherd before the proper of trade is going to try ta intcrect
flan.!ird 's reached, and It is hopa'I the war department.
th.c: all oflWrrs concerned, from tn |
]irth(:t to the lowLes, upon their rehip of the Clyde ne. o
tor:i o titr.fir hcme stations will con- a c nfro th and we!,
t:.'.' to apily the lesons lpern(l at the' advance gutardl of the great army
this, ;acam!,mcint. and i:UL forth ever arrvin n :o
ffrt to advane the progress already iter tour:sis are arriving in For
f.t to advan, the rorss alrea ida-tourists .ingly. In coup'xs, one
f:,lmIle; to-ir!sls wtIh goodlts, with
.ti:itary duty is a constant one, Ir- .,eras an t with han oodso touring
voavinrg consci..ntious and zealous ap-
vo~ving cont~zcie'tiou srai,! ze3 tPP- (ars. The i'do of tra%( Ito Florita u3i
plication of all the rules and regu!l ar l.or this 3 sonf than urs.ial, an
tions governing military service, tOi the Indicalcns ate that the influx of
the n-rid that effect!;e organization s
may he maintnlained throughout t. asur Jekers, home seekers ani
mayLemar. eto Ittvc.tors will be larger than ever be-
nur i, year. 'fore. A glit.ce at the hotel reg.strs
"It t!s with pride and itisfactfa un of the leai!ing hotels plainly show
iha!t the commander-in-chief annouLin- that the winter tourist season in Flor.
ies to the command the complime Ida has opened up. Hotel proprietors
pa.d iy the President of the Unlt*'l
~pa4 ly the Prvs~'at of the nt-Iae- retelvedi letters upon top of let-
:: on Satinrdmy last, whetn th+
t fi.aa on aturd-y la ted as hs ter.4 reqrtsting re servatlons for con-
trrps of Camp Broward a(teo ashI phW', and famills for the winter
Tur: of honor in Jacsonvill.onths.
*The president upon that occasl:n nths.

wj- :):(asd to ayv tha' he was very
mi.:h gra:li'(el over the appearance
et i: ro;;'s in i -(rvi(e uniform, an'l
ap. :; ii .'d tlieir soldierly hearing, r'e.
mar,:ngi further that they looked buit~
'' i,. e.-:; i, and de'sile'd that his thanlik
I' *" neroel to thim for the service' ;
lth' y hid rr'n!e'red as his escort ,f
l~n:.t '. ]Pv (onirmanl of thvn ( (ov 'rl-
*.\. ,ant G(;neral. .1Majnr (;G neral. F.
S. T."

Fever Situation at Pensacola.
]'ti lithe' irst tinir' in many we t('-i
on:\ flne Ir'w <( ase of y'(ellow feve(r
was i)por':l to the s:ate health
l.oaid In Pe'ins:icola last Saturday.
Thre- deats. ho\iver. oci'errurred, ibui
a.l rof lie pali'ms wcrrr expected to
(0i :us th.'ir conditionss were critical
the ni ght previous. The report has
given the state health officials and th'
physicians of tihe city more encour
ag(en, ut 'ihan tlih-v have'' had In many"
week.-, and they believe that In lve- <
that. a weck the' feier tan he- s amp:'1
oii, ~eo far as i.'ew cases are conc(in.'i
d. rovOtivthei tlie pie e it fumigation
V1Ink t'1% ntitiit s.
This, howv'ev.r. is piroble'matical. as
th0e fmils ofr tht state are being usitle
v ith ihe< proviso tlha the ity offieals
and c.izetns givet the state board their
hearty co-operat on. Dr. Porter state's
that 1his is not being done'. One citi-
Z/n Fe'ur"di a temporary rstiranining
order r to i rovent the fumigation of
Ills hius. This fact was wired to
PIre'siitent Hlendry of the state board.
!The fumigation work, with the excep-
tion of this case and some others, has
progri ssed nicely. and has been the
means of pre'\e'nting not only the'
spre-ad. but of ruduring the cases, andl
the more conservative vlem'en in Pen-
sacola hoiM that i' will fontinie for
ano; he'i- wee k.

The Southi"orn B,'ll Tele-phion- an,
T'':.p:raph comrli any, who, for the iea:;,
f, w month ; ,.av-' hben endeavoring te
(,nnstr;;t! a lot : illtaiKe tei'm;eh(.Ini
line m riin w\r'ig (Oninne'vill' aad Jack--
-,n\i';l. an'l through .lJacksonville tha
,io tsiil. world. s''mns to le meeting
\,ith a great ma.ir.y disadva'ntages. .At
fl,,' beginningg those entrusto'l to thI
oitv f i trneti ring a right of way wer.,
Slowm he,' cira-tors delayed th,'
Sork for sone n i on *a ount of
failure' to (di 'l er 1.ol's. and other o:-
k.:ach(e ha;v befen placed in the+ wpy
W,: tihe' work. Thl' latest ol.struiction
( omre frcm Starke. and is in the na-i
t're of a 1.111 of injunction prohibi'-
ing the crossing of the tracks of the
tehboardi Air Line.

t,+* <,:ec lion just held in Pa< o coun-
to dleids. whether the' county wonu'
h-iv, saloons or no; was decided foir
( one' In favor of r.o saloon. several
vt the large pri-inr:t9 polling only one
o: two wet th kets. The vo e In Dia *-
Cliy was 1%2 to 14 in favor of the dry
t:clet. fy the riding of the judge on
a past election, the county was a
4 we' county. and the outcome of this
Select'.on wat watched with grea' Inn.

PIractica'ly all buildings to ',e used
(luring the state fair, to I, he'hlid n
Tami a, Novnimlb'r 13 to 3>, have bte:i
(< mpleteld. Fair commissioners from
the var.os (.icunti 's re'ld -'.senltt'l are
nolw comi' In for the ipttrpose of ar-
ranging their l,ioths. which will he'
the most o'1-borate andl attra tive e've'r
seen in the south n. The ilantior for
spa-' in every depirtmnornt cont linte'-
v.itho:t albat'eu;e t. and In spllt' of th,'
,aro. ninihl -r i)f bbuildings e .'4 e;t-i conl
.. ':l-rah'e ilflicutytv is benci n crv.-ic- nr
'd( in suiptplying the (doI'nind. How*'v'r,
tho fair association is .de(l't-rninirl 10
give overy oppor:unilv of xlxhibiting. anid roo:n
will be made for all if addl'lonal
buildings have to he ertc(l'd.

Molvin Tuckier, one of the' largest
cattle dealers in South Florida, has
ric'ntly moved hish family to D)al
(Cit'v and IKtigihl the stock farm of If.
C. Criffin, and will handle grass andl
grain-fel ht ef in (ar loads :t, d
dre,'ssd ni'a' to smaller p)late's. The'
'al,' ('it' Ie' works will lbrgin ,i')iig
:iicl curling a;l kinds of freF-i ini'at
on Novembel)cr Il.th. rThy (xpe it to
1i, a viry large business. They ilamve
larg coli storage' room and will cIr1o
meat f.+)r the lc 'rop is exceefdingly large and good
this season.

Edward L.amb, white, who h,'ot and
1.ilehd (hristophrr I). Kennedly. also
%white. In Manlte4 e onnity. I wo, N year.I
ago. was hanged at thIe at Brald'n'own in the presence of one (
hunlrrel witnesses. Lamb insisted on
having his photograph taken before'
going to th.- gallows and was pe rfectly
cool throughout. At the foot of the
gallows he affei tlonately asaid goilbyo
to hIs son, sister and brother In law
kiFi.:ng each of them and asking thni '
to meet him in heavier .

The peol le of Miami hate, lhen
greatly interested in a ase' w'thli i
was on trial in tihe circuil ico;rr for
fourteen days Oscar T. C'onklin. wAho)'
was charged with i-mbezzle-m the office' of the Florida East ('oast
Electric Light company was di, isharg
o': as the oit'omrn". Ithi' Jiury bringing
in a verd!cl of not guilty after lie ti4
out of the otirt room for flf erti min.

Of the many conventions to letp held
in Tampa during the Florld-i state fa!r
period. none will bei of KgraIer Im-
ortanee. than that for organizing a
sotithfrn municipal league, which will
Ile he!d Thurseday. November 1;. Thii
conventionn will Le held iinder the' ais-
ul eos of the Forldn e 'iate fair an.o-
ciatlion and every ily aind town tn n
the Fouthi In expoerte'il to have- repre.

TI"' 8'. Aiuiutl'-.. kening Rotorad
i inhlfhes le ttr from James O Otppn.
-, which he aspumpe all r'epcoinibll-
Ity fir the killing of the Carter broth
ira at Mvoltrie recently. The I,#tter







For Shooting Sberill end Woman Negro is
lynched at BSinbridge, Go.
At 11 o"'lock Saturday n:ght a mob
storm ',! the jail at Bla!nlridge, (Ga..
secuire:l Gas Gocinan. a negro whj
had fatally wounded Sheriff Stegall
took him to the banks o f Fl:nt riva r
and lynched him.
The mnoc waJi (omifl)oScd of n holit
:,' men, and had btecn waiting on the
strip et (.crnti:f to h'-.r from the' ph.,-
sui i2:rs iw regard to 'hlie cu)ndiit:on 1
the wouindt.i; c sheriff.
As soon as the physicians gave out
at bIllithii stating that Sheriff Stegall
c(:d il11 n 't (. oe'r, and would die bo-
1',>i t' diy, t l;h trob rush Ito the jail.
o I thl ja.ir it onil t!ht' way andi
o t' :i;r;('l the l:e .
l'TI n gioe wi.s dra. e', t front: his
.;, arlI with yfi ':;. tihe mob rutislhe'
111m ul'ont a mt' at ile o1:1t (,f town
S lth tIba ks o lth i rlve'r. 'rope was
In .> 1:r'' I It it a1 i.arby aniloat.
i ;rn l 14 IE. vit. i n'sl irt 1. illiti
t!.f:\w\' OVi'' the' linib of a : n''.
'1 ine m10) thelin felfl ack ahmout ")
I 'ia .s anid emi)til-0 vo 'ley after v\o:ley
into the' swinging lody.
('ooimrnan was a tuirp)ontin, ihan 1
from Drako & Sharpe's still. He was
in 'ainhrildge dliring the' day and shot
i killed a negro woman on ltroai,
slre,'t about dark. Sheriff Stegall,
'who was in the' vicinity. approach' I
ni gro to make an arrest, when.
without warning, thfe negro tuirnedl

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Mill Owners and Operatives Reacth an Ami-
cable Agreement.

e'd Ie'w ,.'eeni the' (' ton m ni il'a tii-ri'-r ,
and the' textile. uinncil at h-all ltivei.
Ma.'-s., Monday at a protracted ico',i
fe'rrrnco b' .t i r pI e'ser.ta'tiV'n ,)f
the ntlll own'r.' and olw'irativ'e. A
cnomproami's ag r enti oil thief we iin'
isse' wh: h !:h or e 'ieral yeai'rs fr
(qIIuently dif ti he'h:l[ indilsi rli l c ondit
tions.' W" arranged and In -.onme-
:;i'nre- of i t ne' un!'rr-:ading It %%a, iti.
general uplinlon t.iat uot only will
-trike le' ve rI e-' "%if that lthe w 1 ,:i ,
ci ye'ar
Thie n,-w la. 1);(%. iile's for a li:' i
and i rnetir'ct' lb uate' e itet :, a .,I u' ..
I Kus than 'i per ,e n'

f[VIR SlIL4110 WaltL l 114 HAD.

Guard Vesoe: at Gulf Ports to be With-
drawn by ths government.
A \Vashlrg'on e;,'f'ijl says: Th'e
yellow f'' r sit :llI)I: in th' .iiith t, I
regarded at three trre'siiry asso 'AI :1
in hand that ordie rs have just iben-i
dixpatch#ed for Ihe, withdrawal of thir
t( o Ie "1114(u i r.:-rs t all R ia
portf Pexo )it at l',et i' ola. and the-
two 'e,'e,,. .- t II the re- will h I- ion
wilthd ra wr..


President's Vessel Jo&ied by Crusers
te erad c**d Pbi'landb.
The -ruiser \Wc't Virginia. with
I'r-eide'nt Rooe',ve't aboard, arrived
off Key West at 1o 'clock Saturday
afternoon and was immediately
joined by tIhre ( -uinera Colorado an I
Pentsylvania. The squadron at once
sailed fcr Hampton Roads.



A '100-pago Illustrated Rook, containing val-
uabIe iifori' ation pertaining to diseases of the
h]iumanl1 syVstomn, slboWilug low to treat and cure
F,[ wit I ti siinp)lest of min'dicines. The book con-
ta 1aia atialysis of courtship and marriage; rear-
Sing and management of children, besides valu-
ablo prescriptions, re,,il)Ci etc., with a full
collipll'nilent of fil'ts ill nllteria medical that ev-
elIN s41li1d kblow.
''l is lost indi,;p v well-rcuilattld It paid, to anvy a(ld'ress on r'ec(tipt of price,SIXTY
CEINTI. lAddres'

S116 Central Ave.. ATLANTA. GA.

I,, V OI ** III l **l*I***11


Old Kemper Livery Stables.




Everything New and Up-to-date in Machinery and Type, the Best
Grades in Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us. .
All Work promptly done when promised. We never dlsappolat yeo.


Louisville and Nashville Railroad.



Fresh Meats.


-r I I I I I


44* ..,

*as inals'e.1 from New Augustine.

t4 N. MLONA:& Mt




Week, 7Nervous asoui Wrioelvel Froms
WnytassxsKidney Troubles.
'Mrs. Henry A. Reameicr, Muall) inaid
Caurst bts., Ht~boutb l'.ii11141,ii031)'X:
l"iaeii I beg.Can
uxingDoaIlng s Kid.

weak I could
harudly drog nmy-
owl f nerops ftie

room5. nun au

wref-beaad widieni
voila. Jiro had C
Eu an blonirig of heekat (.bken r

inc ~ ~ ~ -00 aadti~at~e lenid. w en1.4

little hore, lbu tt frnajy untold satirprI've
IDoan'x HfJn-Chl11111p;l b brought nme rollef
ant) Pavedi ray lfit. I olitill nf-vs-r for-
get It,"
Mold iby till denlcerm.. toJ emitot n liox.
Vollivr-1Mlllmuria C(X11i.,ifualo, N. V.
Perqu finud~l~a have the richest staver
Iniaiea An theits or~d.




Price, e25., 60o., and $ 1.00.
615 Albany St., Boston, Mass.

Around the World
"I have ued your Fish
lrand %llckers ti r yrIr
In the lewailan Islandil
and found them the only
artlile that multed. I arn
now In Shis country
(Afrlcai end think a great
deal of yuur Nie ts."
(w au oN APrm.K.A1n1o)

The world-widee fputsa
tion of 'lower's Water-
proof Oiled Llothing
aesures the buyer of
the poIltive worth of
all norments hearing
this Sign of tiae I Ish.

IEston, U. S. A.
Toronto, Canada

In 'ine venr t'ln i4 ( iin ry t rln bIm"l.0" of r it n,, :Illn


soIVi y Ia11194ss et o .st sl..I letIe huive
I 5 1 4oeIeui~ s ioila aI s,6iv e~ra '-t11 fe4-.1 lby
4 oil t16er 11) 'sI .

51I -si t Ie t~i 'U i.1 I

(it lt t u I I il, ,I I.i~ :a. .

I'l' N1I ,14 I NMI' N'r.
1.ltf l ,Ie l, -r I1,\L rn orer -at tholight
ful Inl ) I I 'It l Ill I. \s\1 h. t mll kiime t1he
way iIf thi, i niin ,'il-rv r hi.r,l
y 'nelt of ti' Iln' i ih:ait "i t AI iir -*.
yotul.m .! t 11t I: l I lr
I'uc h.

'rea* s ltheuleaijmlins *sidl (ateurrhs-- Mt eeltlne
khnul Free.
Th.e o two dies'ateea nr" the nIreiailtl f an
awful lmi- iinei'i| ',iitilllia t th,' t .I1,,il If
you ha a amI'htlia|I Jliit' lla In,'k ,.-ill,'l-r
bat lion" ae oin. <'rlila iplol,4 l lan li., I',p r i-r
feet, iwuollin ttimI<'l,'. shtftlita, lharr.
biting jaihm,li nol that tired<, dlls.oiuirntaiel i
lo l glll t of rhcrii nlii stli-iir, "r ith' litwktking. '
:plttliia liirr'i d ,')' ial t h ,i.nlvie -,. ,|ck
I toimso hfn **t,'h,-, lli'Ier In th'1 l ht, h, iu-
em um throi at ll. hiarKie-, '' 'lsi ylit lt. tlh.
lad breath, Ih-ililuii Kiei oif -utatrrl. itanke
IJ,1a1tail, Iloodt i lllei i ill II It 1 It kills t11h
lMo| pyl jI tian e, i ti vllnag I Rita rn li tnllhy -Imlaie
*u ||l y le IhI" JelllAt IN l ll li llP' '- ll lulll' i
btra e o iaeilt liuatU eI s I >trrI tl'-i 'nr. f t ihe
worlt heali al it i t o ; f ili't 'e arrhIt
Curr whi.re. ill .l.' li itla. Il ,14 It, ll+mif
(D. I. I i. i s 'g(,me' i 'n ti' y ur tltaii t"l' Ih -
griidl'lut. t Iosit for we"ak kl lii:,y. Ina.
)>rwVm thi dill 4lislla, ,,iin". dn sclli|la A
perfect tonai, fear slid toIik tIy fgivina tliher
i*w. rich. iure lim) .Il. Th-iroilghly teot'ld
for thirty years. Dirulgratlt. .1 eIr large'
bottllr. wih '<111piilet dirtlloimi for hnmee '
mrep. Iami|l, free anld lirepalil by writing
Blood laIlm Co(. Atlanta, Is. I)esert'hle
trouble aild l si'rltrl free medical adlv'iel
eat sl sealed letelter

FITS pe rmuient Iy u red. r lprevu
1t0waTter first ila~vsus11541 Wr, Kll0WIe Oren:
~ e'v iu~s')er' t valb'tt ~ru treatise tree
I. 1..1.1 xr. fLtd., ',M)Areb ht., 'Au.J.
A ir uv %V.i.1 i:;o for v.,.~.7;t air in i 1c
r is
Y.row. %TI n s WA$, 4t)f', I a in q 14 vru n p '~Ct, I l ro -i

Tin o'd iwm'l (osti1vems are slis. trn in
r'rany lart'. of kuss.a.

19a -4tsy i -toag. Iand,..Wetb. 1,$, 1j)).
I ri vake in t~ag dchi((commnerciial fr-
t;i~i.er in ('hiren.



Two Orateful Letters from Women Who Avoided
Serious Operations.-Many Women Suffering
from Uke Conditions Will Be Interested.

J Do.Ls.


can ledat ang pde.

rm-ao Wv 14I ;

The o~aanutiEoz-(orov 5
Ih')waIrlAvi.'uua. Jridlge-ot. Voif.a aa~want iu
w.ovil, live a'.-atci at H hom ileinity to tLake'or-
iiero for tbo-ir 'eeebrated Whito Broubze moti.
iifl-sitm, b1pulw'otj,P,.graveIO f'.#%Pr etcIt
1% sa 110A, 1"grltimste tousinsroand ralthey ofler
Hiberal liju'Neoraentp. lWounponue should writer
thesria Lundm'avli'.ofotily

ii ''l.j.

iop I "..: r i Juos Lautii t), in rute acT.


Cnres '"nil lt'ssth-Pnsiltlivan*"'S V0Ngta
Cure Freve-Mn Iorngo-Cures,
hr Absorption.
A as','pvratlen- si4 T~rrie-`!P-w.
)Iia'l'es A rt l'.ulela %VAferi Awi~l cr'.lrPTnr
ArO i~l ti.'! imto irudivito, ovenp.oit'e reath,
WIill', An~ti flech Vitfero purify the.
etorntib midi! stovjle" he'frior, V, by m~lw' irv~
flma qasea t)-Pkt aria" fromriunvulilpeitv'd f-vwl.
sAnil le aujrepl 'virilythe dipeitive or,~atum with
si""ii olvenfts fuPr fjojl.
Their relieve. o'-& or car sickcness sand
r)'ivien of any kind.
Th'.v qtaick~v cure. heAdise-hP. cOTYPro the.
III effort of exc'essive Politng or drinking.
Theiy will destroy a tojbacceo, whisky or
ori-i breath instant v,
Thev Ptri,' fermentation in the stamarh.
elite inilgf ion, cramps. frolie. Sas in the
efomnarb't"and intestin~es, elaqtevaedee III.
domren, heartbuirn. ba-I comp'exion. diriry
pe~lls or sin" oth'.r affliction arising from
a"';.efised lonmach.
Wo- know Mull's AntifRlech Wafer". will
do this. sand we want iou to know it.
s,-:.i'7YAY Orrvp -The reinflar rpriep of
?,fals Anti BJle'th IN'ifer.is NV ot. A lri. hut
to int rodita it to thiousanqr,vlqit uffere-1:11
We- WIN mel s fv wo (2) bo)sueaUprinireve'ept if
f,'in rd thin odi-er-t iarTierat or we will
srwl yod "n Pa am;le frci. fojr thiq rciiuon.

r il l M 14 1%,01'th vi
fT iit'., and -I J TIiiv. for

I t q1 f7'04 Itr. rnhil

The Vualue r~f Word.

I( t I 'iii A f ll 1 1 1 1. 1.! 1val '.1 th 1111
$ : i l,-u i. l t U hi :k jC% II, 1i 1iti l 11.-i i II
1(6-t v1 (14" I I.' .l.cri' 'ra f 14'ji, .

IlFl, 14,- allV I 'a 11 111f
t i I' fi ll it f ;Iii 'I u,aj ts e' ?ul "
iiiei~t~a'~ W;I Me I t~ t E tilnhly

''[hat 1.4i nlit i~ta Ilivri nchvl'uiI.'.'millit
fill, ligta it. snri il't. %h I It iolI Ifle'd. "1titt
%,itia uhtitat go ailuiuit It ltIra te right
T1 1 1.i 4 a i- not lthe-Jiropllr kind of
114111(.#' Nviet'r uif"('- Ow wo~rd 'hRotitsrii

I i''il t lifi ;I 4 S t 'i fitlinf-m'l ,
Ii t i~ I -4 1: 4 iI' e Aviv
fi t %k'. !]I V ii.: firIi. efal t ll e~iehl to

"V --L"rj- Fsta!-" to PeoplIe.

I 9 ll' iv~ e n f io- I ;IjA, III-; faryl
I 1 ViL. 10 1W 1' PIi flitt Ill -Ir IpIen-a t re
lo t !w ple.111l'-. wIIIt fi tto' wile' jina ls-
tta:ui oo fist ixla'RIIg I l iispua'sbe
f iil I lie ItI t. I '1:0 4.

When a physician tellsaa woman, s.f-
fering from ovarian or womb trouble.
that an operation is necessary it. of
course., frightens her.
The very thought of the operating
table and the knife strikes terror to>
her heart. As one woman expressed
It, when told by her physician that she
must undergo an operation, she felt
that her death knell had sounded.
Our hospitals are full of women
who are there for ovarian or womb
It Is quite true that these troubles
may reach a stage where an operation
is the only resource, but such cases are
much rarer than Is generally supposed,
because a great manny women have
been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound after the doctors
ha said ann oyrr. ertion must bte ver-

Hearing bow Lydia E. Pinkha'm's Vegetable
Compound had saved other wonrvn from
serious operations I decided to try it, and in
less than four months I was entfrely cured;
and words fail to express my thankfulness "
MiMe Mnrgret Merkley of 275 3d
Street, Milwaukee, Wia., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkbam --
ILos of strength, extreme nervousness,
severe hooting pains through the pelvic
organs, cramp, bearing down pains and
extreme irritation compelled me to seek
medical advice. The doctor. after making
an examination, aid that I had ovarian trou-
ble and ulceration, and advised an operation
as my only hop. Tothas I strongly objected
-and I decided as a last report to try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
To my surprise the uloeration healed, all
the bad symrtome disappeared, and I am onee
more strong, vigorous and well; and I can-
not express my thanks for what it has done
for me."

forced. In fwt,t up to the point where Ovarian and womb troubles are
the knife must le' seil to secure instant hteadilv on the increase among women
relief, this medicine. is c2rt(ain to help. -and before submitting to an opera-
Th'e ,trongest riand most grateful tion every woman should try Lydia E.
statUmnts possi l,.i to rmakei come from 'inkliams 'Vegetable compound and
women who, hbv tah(in Lydia Eiit '. IPink- "rite Mrs. I'inkham at Lynn, MUbs.
hnrli 's Veiretil..a iii'u.pound, hlIav for advice.
cs.-'iad serious i.iperttion.s. For thirty years Lvdia Fl rPinkham's
Margrite :yan. 'lrei.nsurr of St. An- V I. th 'f,)ri' ( npoiutal hes curplaints,
r,,cl w' S .i.',t v. IIi t I" k lr i. | the' wiorst ftoraiM4 f friiale ci nplaintt.,
l ,,[ 11 ; u: all a li',,I t% i it f he Deo:r MrS r inkl-i k ir tlt ivinl),. hiueorrhiian. irregularities.
-" I '.1 '1 t t lf I.'l r '.r t,,i t iro nmyv ifvnTi I inli e ,-tion aind nte rvons prostrationn.
for t ,i .P'FIu I 1,is I u1 hlr An, v IvW \MM n who ,ioulil real the inany
not .-' uv.ll *l I l',.i ,la ir a t,i n ,f.ir t't.' fui l e ],tters on tile in NiM rs. Pink.
Iovaiu aii 1arlI fe.,,: a ir,'tI, I kl.i l "I ui l i i *'- ftlie i *v hent -'trln i thr 41'rii ,1f m1ii ,I. m r ni ini, l Intm l ; il ictier'y of her aitdvice aTIdI LYdia E.
p y ii.rsiiil vn, i ll lu ,ia 11 in i .lid fur life. I I'ilikha.in' Vege.talle ('omiipiound.
Ask MNr. Pinkham's Advice-A Woman Best Ulndertands a Woman's Ills.

And pay only for what you get. It is your
dealer's duty to give you the best thing he can
get in footwear. Make it a point to ask for the


Just a little better than you have been used to gettlir, comb6sing

S T. LOUiS. U. S. A.


-7 - - - -


Our Puszling Language.
A Frnhnithmn was htiosting that he
hIit thhoroutghly mast,,eril tlih Fnghllh
ittirtuangE', whten he was Iupked to write
riom l dictation the Mfllowitng specl.
tanis of our rhol(ke eccentrric vernactu-
"An ltigKh ltliagho,4 wa*q howing a
Yials, lk frotn at iaw tr'e. A nilman
,l ,'s-ol ItI Karnieint- of it tark hiie
-1an1' il:p to thigh and rnilil, 'lilarv .oia
,s tMiNv we,' T, o whhih he' re'plitl, .
If %,,i will waIt until I he'w this .'ow.
I w ill with )-oa to look for )ioir

After nia nttt-tiipt Ith Fro'nchmanii
,'liit. 'il hi m InlNta ko lii i used to
limi no It(, wau- 1 ,4pd ti) IKalllsh
s>'.iking, tbut he would he more care-
ful how he usla, the language 1s fu-
It ro --'hicagn .Jiournal

A t'( (1BITION
nno (..iti -We.U'a how wam ins.

,rrt FaltI Btep '"
Soll brought up from a depth Of 320 T'othe- Critic-Brum. You couldn't
teet In one of the Belgian coal mines understand the leading lady at all
as said to hrpg,,jjrown weeds u% One Critlo-Maybe she was wSaAlSa
A1ows to atlas. k ke rt tal a teeth.


In a onionn theatre, at which
nunlcial pin.s In having a long ru
the trn'nti'.rm of heo orchestra pi
(Ichei on miniature l;ords duringg t
waits I t we''cnl arts.

Tnvlor's ('hbe.roka'ef lremelly e-f t4wet (ui'
anil 4i'ilnit It Nattirvi's ir,,it rrennt.vy 4 urea-
Coiiigl ii. piI., 4<'roipll anid 'l auti all thrn atl tid lung trouiil, i At drui
ilett. '~6 ,0,' anadl 1.010 per t.ottle.

In Teo'. i th'rf 1 ;t foreign lanxuagr
* h.wo' w'i,' n:momt Ilt ',n ru .ge's ar'P
t;1>:iig :' 1i ') tra'p.0 to say. Il>u :aan i
t114 f.Ulor~c.


-A *ers < riU rp)*-
ped all diseorde*f ai lbe RSmb H ad*
uwrela ot. b attlo at hru *toi*s .
I -

$10n n 000 'Ownsw t oamtt
W. L. Doegls $3.90 shoem have by their ex-
cellent style, sy fitting, and superior wearlg
qualities, achieved the largest sale of any 93.0
,nos la the world. They are just as ood as
those tit cost you $5.00 to $7.00-the only
dlierence Is the prke. If I could take you Into
my factory at Brockton, Mass., the largest Ina
the world under mue rooef making mw's fine
shoes, and show you the care with which every
psir of Douglas hoes l made, you would realize
why W. 1.. Doulas $3.80 shoes are the best
hfis prod.jce I In the world.
If I culJ show you the dllfferenc between the
shoeo made In my factory amd those of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
$3.50 shoes coit more to make, why they hold
their shape. lit better, wear longer, and are of
greater Intrinsic value than ay other J3.10,
s0oe on the market to-day.

CA1UTIONt.~Inslot upon bATIP W.L.Doug.
u i io. Ta a no siiba tltto. Nsonea genine
without his name sad price stamped on bottom.
aWANTED. A shne dealer In every town where.
W. L. Doiuglain lihoes are not ohld. Pull line of
samples sent free for Inspectlon upon request.
fast Color Eyelets used; they will not wear brassy.
Writ for Illiutrated atinlog of Fall 8tyles..
W. L. DOLOLAS, Brockton, M&ae.


41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.

Portable aintd Stationary

Engines, Boilers,

Saw Mills
< i, *'C l/Iineia I ,', U'ri ,l i .-t ,,' fr
II.\lIIl.\ TE IE: I ')!' VER:).
Pr-t M ,- Si h itur y, l I.o t l'r-i a anlit Be.-t T-':':s
Wiite us for catalogue, prices,
etc., before buying.

troubled with Us peculiar to
tbeii x, sed4 sa a doucbe is miarv ly sac-
ceMhUl. Tboroug Clycleanses, kUl disea"seprmst
stops dals harges, eals tatlamaatoa and loc
sorMeses, cures leacoirhea &ad nasal catarrb.
Paxtine Is In powder form to be dissolved in pare
water, and is far more cleansing, hnlin, g.erma.u al
and economical than liquid antiseptk* or IUa
r ale at druggists, 50 cents a biz.
Trial Box and Bcok of Ist actlon Free.
.M4C N. PsAXros COMPANY mOTON., Maae.

A Spetlntile T-rip'
ne-nt fr \\ I r,
(I, O p Oim ,| e p
B I T ac ainr I .. i
rnRthen a ,r .. rve
FXllia usti "
The Odly tle
atituls in orga -.
335 Capitol Ave., ATLANTA. (JA.


.wm II lb I !woo'S ell lAMII-trla Io *a deler who Worn't ubS at.. sIL
,W -Ntn0lMLblNID kt' t for yor your rx3T SACK I IT rDOBSN'T UB.IL
- Jr. WV. D. emer, M.D., Maufacturaa..prtgMUlad, el 1






manufacturers of and Dealers In

Prices and Specifications upon request.

CZR:),sIE OI~ nL


S.Th.IIOIMu's Eye Wau ,i

Gesemsesem l is..m sae AAi lla a ike A" ma h shmnadm@ a hW MiBA/Z haAisi IABMa lWlt WAR]

-- p I r p ~ my

Price Lists and Color Cards Free.



LeCon Cest UM es.P le &ad Sheald
UeuWne rerThe.

The announcement that the "County
Fathers" have authorized the publica-
tion of a "descriptive pamphlet of Leon
county" is a step in the right direction
and will doubtless be of great advantage
many Tallahasseans, who know little
U rthe character or resources of Leon
i wkunty. The vast area embraced within
the boundary of Leon county, extend-
in, as it does, from the South boundary
ofthe State of Georgia to the North
boundary of Wakulla county, and bound-
ed on the east by Jefferson county, and
on the west by Gadsden and Libertycoun-
ties, contains seven hundred and thirty
square miles of land surface, or 467,200
acres. The surface rises gradually from
the southern to the northern boundary,
reaching, in some places, a height of
more than 300 feet above the sea level.
These lands, in many places, consist of
rich, sandy loam, with red clay subsoil.
Only about 130,000acre included in farms
poorly cultivated, leaving over 300,090
acres available for cultivation; perhaps
100,000 of this is cleaed or improved
land. The numerous streams and lakes
throughout the county afford abundant
water for stock, manufactories and
other purposes, and these streams and
fresh water lakes abound in choice food
fishes, that are a joy to the sportsman
and a delight to the epicure. An analv-
sis by the State chemist shows that the
average soil of Leon county contains
the three prime elements of plant food
in the following proportions : One meas-
ure of phosphoric acid, and three meas-
ures of nitre to each one thousand meas-
ures of soil. Soda and magnesia and
lime are present in slightly less propor-
tions. with carbonic acid, at a rate of
one and three-fourth parts in a thou-
sand. To these excellent chemical condi-
tions must be added equability of tem-
perature the prolonged pei iod for grow th
with regularity and abundance of rain-
There are a number of popular health
resorts within the county; and throngs
of fugitives from the rigors of Northern
winters, and from devastating diseases,
unknown to Leon county, seek this ge-
nial climate and crowd our spacious ho-
tels and boarding places throughout the
Winter season. The number of these
is annually increasing, and many good
and usefulcitizens, now contributing to
the moral and material prosperity of
Leon county are here because of the fa-
vorable reports of those from other
States who come to "spy out the land "
The vexatious labor question, so long
perplexing our section, will be solved
when the thrifty and intelligent small
farmers of the central and more north-
ern States find out the situation and
possibilities of Leon county.
The action of Hon. B. E. McLin,(om-
missioner of Agriculture, in compiling
a descriptive pamphlet of the resources
and natural advantages of the State of
Florida, is commendable, but the inter-
ests ot each county, and Leon county in
particular, demand that special effort be
made, in order to inform our neighbors,
who are seeking more desirable climate
and conditions of industrial life, of the
advantages to be found within our bor-
If the progressive business men of
Tallahassee and Leon county would or-
ganize a commercial club and address
themselves to the proper and liberal ex-
hibition and advertisement of Leon
county and its natural resources, scatter
the information throughout the Central
anti Northern States, the tide of immi-
gration would soon turn, at least in
some measure, to this part of the coun-
try. The season for State and county
fairs throughout the country is now at
hand Why not organize, and provide
an exhibit of the products of Leon
county a display of timber, minerals,
grasses, fruits, nuts, vegetables, flow-
ers, stone, clays, and other products ;
prepare attractive, photographic pic-
tures of our public buildings, factories
and a few of the many elegant and at-
tractive private residences of the city
and court?
Why do not our owners of large landed
interests combine and offer inducements
to intelligent, thrifty farmers to come
and lease or buy their lands? In one
county in Kentucky bordering on the
Ohio River more than one hundred fam-
4 ilies of thrifty, intelligent citizens,
have pulled up stakes and gone West
within the past year and a half. Many
of these desirable people would have
settled in Leon county, had they been in-
formed of the numerous advantages of
this country over the desert lands of the
West, with that fickle climate and un-
certainty of water supply
Thegreatest wealth o any country is
in its people ; and, while we can lboast
of our excellent citizenship, there isyet
room for others, and we need no other
contribution to our future advancement
and prosperity as we need the coming
of hundreds of intelligent, industrious
and upright people.
J W. HiK;KM.

Blanks for Sale.
Among the blank forms kept in st'ck
at The True Democrat office are the
Deed No. 1. Conforming to thestat-
Deed No. 2. Same, with extended
acknowledgment for dower.
Mortgage- No 1I and 2, as above.
Chattel Mortgage or Billot Sale, with
C('rop Mortgage, with Note.
Turpentine Lease.
1Promisowry Note.
We also have a supply of "NO AD-
MITTANCE" signs.
Call and see them.
Embroidery Silk Embroidery Cotton
and Battenberg Thread and Braid at
R. J. Evans'.


Cemmets of State ewapers OB
The Tme DemcMt.
For personal reasons we have re-
frained from noting the many reproduc-
tions in the columns of our contempo-
raries of articles from The True Demo-
crat; not that we do not feel highly
complimented by such evidences of ap-
preciation, but that we believe our
readers are entitled to a better use of
our space.
We feel, however especially gratified
at the comments of our brethren con-
cerning the attitude of The True Demo-
crat with reference to the contest we
have undertaken against the spirit of
graft and misgovernment which char-
acterized the Jennings administration,
and we gladly reproduce a few of them,
to show our subscribers that we have
aroused the attention of some, at least,
of our contemporaries. The topic is
one that promises to afford plenty of
"copy" for every newspaper in the
State until the entire public is aroused
to a determination that never again
shall there be cause for accusation
against a Democratic office holder in
The Apalachicola Times says: "Editor
John Collins has the ex-Governor's scalp
han ing at his belt."
The Jacksonville Metropolissays: "An
exchange last week remarked 'that the
Croom gubernatorial booxm died 'a-born-
ing.' Tallahassee True Democrat.. Did
it ever have a horning?"
The Plant City Courier says: "The
Tallahassee True Democrat may not be
right in all its editorial utterances, but
we cannot but admire its fearlessness.
Its columns certainly furnish interest-
ing reading matter."
We certainly regret the fact that the
Courier should appear to have no opin-
ion of its own on the subjects of which
we treat.
The Ocala Banner copies a paragraph
referring to the "padding of the
Comptroller's reports during the Jen-
nings administration to make "copy"
for the State printer, and remarks that
"Ulnless the Comptroller is a more in-
dtustrious man than the most Iof us, he
would not take upon himself all this
work just for a little rake off in the
printing, lie can no doubt find in hisl
office easier roads to graft than the one,
here pointed out."
l)oubtless; but we are not hunting up1
for him "easier roads to graft." We.
are simply pointing to the graft which
appears in the official records.
The Lake City Index says: "The True
Democrat wants to be understood as
'not charging lion. Arthur Williams with
dishonesty. We thought it might be
misunderstood, and are glad to see our
friend 'hedge.' "
It was not "hedging" it was just the
plain truth Hrother Appleyard did ntit
recognize it.
Jeff. I.. I avis, in assuming edi ,rial
control of the Inveiness ('hrnicle' lst
week, said: "We believe there is, a lnd
has been. graft and rottenness in ourl
State government, and it is our ainm to
'howl loud and long' against those whole
commit the crime and those who wink
at it "
Whereupon the lak'e City Index iprom -
ise's that "one hundred g )oal Dem)llocratit 4
aperss in Florida" stand ready toi help,
f they don't do niore than tlle Iliild
has done thus far, they won't hlle l niuch.
Editor Frank Walpoil, of the4 Mana-
tee Record. after suffering from nearly
alifthe ills that flesh is heir to., l.lnti.
out in this issue as follows:
"Just keep your p(eepers on the million
dollar bank in Jacksonville and the live
thousand dollar a year govern-or Hlut
in doing this we wouldn't have you ien-i-
tion for the world anything about t thi
Walter (oachman convict lease, or how
a man who was 'broke' as a country
editor when he went into office, cain
serve four years as governor (in a sal-
ary of $3,5( )a year, when it takes $4..1ill
for a governor to live, and come out oif
that office at the' end of his term finiln-
cially able to take $ 5.. Kl worth of stock
in a million dollar bank. No, niot fr
the world we have y)ou mention this.
It might cause hard feelings, and also
bring back to memory the public utte.r-
ances on the streets of Tallahassee iof
the late ('apt. William Haizell, of I'en-
sacila, to the effect that "'every iip-
itlintment west of the Suwannee had
been Ieought and paid for'" These'
things are of the past, but three, is 1
strong connecting link with things tof
the present day, and if the Record c;an
only get a little more evidtnct it will
certainly pull the "rover tiff f a fw
individuals and slotw thim up in allthiei-
deformities to the public "
Watch the cIolumns of The True I hir m-
crat. Itr't her Walpole, and you 'll grt
ton the trn'k of enouth "levidience" -,t
satisfy a jury.
Sluaili Liver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive, as you feel dull i
your eves are heavy, and slight exert itn
exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit

Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels
and makes you feel bright and active.
Orino laxative Fruit Syru! does not I
nauseate or gripe and is mili and veryv
pleasant to take. Orino is more effect-
ive than pills or ordinary cathartics
Refuse substitute. For sale by all drug-
gists. *
The True Democrat acknowledges
with pleasure the receipt of an invita-
tion to the marriage of Miss Lucile,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. S. M. I'rov-
ence, on Tuesday, October 21, to Dr.
Ioammi J Smith, at the family reni-
dence in Tuskegee, Ala This fair bride-
to-be has many dear friends in Talla-
hassee who will rejoice with her at the
great happiness which has come to her
In her Alabama home.
Tell your friends to subscribe.

,' .I,, l,i ',h I -'ari t of T4'lot N I10. 0 I'. as Per
Mrt Si'-an, A Il. I -..& N..I Ill 11" | i'. l n ias.. difs rils l to wit: jtirnnin 52
11ti. 11 a ntiIl 1- 1' i.,,u-1 i $,i. i f.4i .umf t.,f lt. ne rcornerof aid lot no 180
Mr.. I. 1 Wialk.- i '1 I .,- N. ll'i 1 ', II .' it I rini m -ullth on Mon ie street 30 feet 6i
12 1, I. I." ,,,I I.' eo I' .. h.i-.-i l 'V*i . hIe.. ilieire wewt Nl fre.t. thence north 0O
J F I,. ral, 'rn rt I ,. 7 I,, .-l ...) ,*,. f. t'." i'he. the-nre -ast Mtfeet to the place
Al1,. I, f.'-)t ..I i, tH .I i.- of Tfl i" ,1 ,,, of IN-.illtnill I Itt ha'ma turel -142.9 0.
o $1. |I1 M.. J,..e.si' M'leginnis I'art of T C lot No 1n0.
Mr- A W C(I,r,.!; W,-' half ,fT- I.l.t N-, I I -r Ili^v"al'l nitp, beginningata point
e .Aimd 'r (t lo.1,- .' I aild I o 1 Sdoll MInrie- .el.et 1l feet mouth of the Inte ee-
S, ... f Mnim ind McCarty streets and run
E W ev.II.w hair 1 i 1.,t N,, 1 1. () Ih1i.,.-.. i o. nti with M.,onen .tr.rt 3 feet. thence west
4 ,,.o f.i.tIh. e.ir..r north 26 faet, thence estM feet
II It S.ulI- T T' I' N,, 141. o I' Ih,,oi-.'i loo to Ina.. of twiinning Ji. W. Collins' store)-
Frarneis, (; .. ti'.... I r of T ( l,., N.. 1 i l 1'. o ..2' .
ilde.nrill, t.. 4 it ai.. ,ittit-i iniat Ith.. -e , -r i. It Mre'inlni. Jr IPart iof TC lot No ISO. 0 P.
o,f i, lo ,i,, 4n.v rii nd rin w li fe,-,. i4h.4.,- a. i-r I u I als'Ir ial, b. beginning at the intere-
norltlh :O4. ) |i in.imh.i. lihence eatl rii> f.-. 11 of Minro-' and McCarty streets and run
tie'tii-e i. i ., ,'.' ,f inr ichI... Io the Ilnce of oiitI h twth Mnr e iitriet M feet Ithence west
Ile-gininir n oi<,,' 1,i. 1411. m fi.e.t. thenoc north M feet, then at Io 0
(;,.>rtvw. Milrhell Part of TI V lnt No, I'1. to 1. I.W- fil to eIwminning. stor 54.0100.
iinmtiln at the- n ,re orr ,tf-lir l l.t ti,14A d Mam J,'-mr MC rtfl nni- Part of T C lot No IO2.
running wouth It. feet 4 itnhe ., thence w. ..i 0I I'. as 'r Iuval's map.deerrlbed to wit: Be.
b4 felt. Ihene-. north ti1 feet 4 inrche.. Iheneve innin i ml feet west of then comeerof aid
tost T.4 fret t. the pllaietf Mlinninihoum-i klot no I14 and v then run south III feet 4
A. inrhm,. thence wet 40 feet. thence north 11I
Madlmon (;ardner. aent for Violet Gardner T (' fet 4 inches. thncetiat 40 fto to tuhe plaei
kri no 14., o p. except .4 feet on the -mt .e s or bieinnin:. brick bulbdlna-M .MO.
thereof; bousor- sO4W L%. Li ely Part of T C let No 13M 0 P. a per

SNOTIC E. M. Nette M. Oa.-rC Lt No 14P.: .-
Mnm. asn A. Hamnok-T C Lot No 14. 0 P.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PF. T. Myers-T C Lot No 150 0 P. hous- 400.
City Council of the City of Tallahassee Leon J. D. Cay-T C Lot No 151. O P, Imos-ILIOM.
county. Florida hitting as a Board of Equalis- Mrs. M. J. Barrinstms. M limnftrXsof Mls Kate
ton. has raised the valuation of the real estate Smith estati-T C Imt No 18 O P-gUS.
herein below described. (said real etlate being In . an a
aid cityl. to the amount aet opposite to the same. Mrs.M. J. Barrington. sidaistrai ofK ate
anti that said City Council will at 7.10 o'clock P M., Smith otate-T C Let No 14 e p. hoes-oo
on the 20th day of November, A. !).. 1906. at the $1.100.
Council Chamber Is aid City. hear any reason Erastus W. Clark-Part of T C Iota 141 and 13,
that the owners of %aid ral eotate may desire to described to wit: Commeoling at a poI t 44
give why the valuation fixed by said City Council feet and5 inches northof the Omaernerof aid
shall De changed. lot 161. ad then run no I fet sud I-Rb"
W. M. McINTosii. I'resident. thence west 1t feet aeas sai las 11 6 d
A. H. WILLIAMS. City Clerk. lit to the east line of lot IM. p. thonei south
Feet and inell a. theMe east l0 feet to the
- place of beftlanlr--4.OO.
Tallahassee Waterworks CompmIr. C I. M-iir,
Following is the list of owners. ldecriptiun of agent-Part of T C lot No 1, O0 P. der
property and valuations of same : to wit: Berinning at the s mornerof mai lot
L. M. Lively -Part of T C Lot No 1. 0 P. begin- and run westt 43fset InCLI'a theme rthl 10t
ningr at the n w corner of maid lot no and feet ah i cnce etAS teet I s thea ramore
running thence east 11) feet. thence mouth 170 ne f saidheot, theme asth M feet tothe
feet; thence west 50 feet, thence north 61 feet. plac of beignln* aig-4 t
thence west Al feet. thence north 119 feet to evy Brtos.-Pata of T C Lota No 1M6 ad t7. 0
the place of birinning. Also: Part of T C P. deecrilbed a follows: Begannita at the a w
lot no 2 o p. o. described to-wit: s',rinning W corner of said lot no i7 sand rustai e f Mrth
feet east of the n w corner of Maid lot no2 feetK inches. thence aat feet, t-m aoreth
and then run Tat ,WO feet. thence o south 19 feet; 'h feet 6 inches. thenooe ast 1 feet. then
thence w, t I feet. ithence north 19 feet to the north S0.feet. thence weat ii feet. thoene north
place of li.giininn.- 14h 4h0 feet. thenea wt 104 feet to thoeplaee of be-
Mrs. Newel E. Walker Part of T C Iot No 1 0 P. irnnin,; four lto a and warno.sT-.M.
dle.wrilted. to-wit: Ileoinnirwi al a point itr.; R. E. Hightower. adminltratiorof estate of Mrs.
feet wet, of the n e corner oIf aid lit and K. '. rHightower (a hal f nteroat)-Prt of T
run wet.t I., fe.et. thence southh i 1- feet (' Alt Nol t 9. 0 P.deoeribed to wit: Commone -
thence .ast Mi feet, and thence north 941 ingt 76 ft. east of the a w eoroof said lot and
feet to thelac t ilac if trinnInr. lwt.-lling houe, running north W feet. the. eats Ma fatt.
Alo,. part of T t' lot no 1. o p. decribel n- thence mouth o feet, theneo wo t feet to the
follows lheirnintr at the K tcner nirof Maid tot lace of beginning; Hightower's a tore-SlO.
1 and run thence north 75T1.- feet: thence west Mrs. E. B. Chaired. adminlstratrlx of C. Chain
2111 feet. thence mouth 7,51i fot. and thence estate (a half interest in above)-MO0.
va't 214 fe I fi' t ipoint tf Io.winning,' Allo.
iart T 1' lt no 2, o p. d'Acril.A t follows: eli Mrs. A. Groner. Or Tlando, s-Part f T C. Lot
l)|i i ofti T rnlrl i ht) I m id No. 170. 0 P. d rieTrbe d to wit: Beginning at
.. 1 iin at Ih nv cornert -ifa1 l.. t no.2 and t the avcornerofsaid lot not170and run north
I tll Ilt .ncsouth 19 fel..t. tIhev'it ta t 210 feet, 25 feet. thence west t feet. thence south Is

IllH..,w, ll'ni tr No )IV.i h) o P t h Jeffersonet a2et, 47ene fofte to feetth M ft
t niifnt th n .'.nn-. t tat 21l fe oth 4' feet and thence t ft to the place be
tht oin t f tifinr nn. iiii l< t roinning: ator--l 3.300.
Abl'. 1 Snel.i'art d T C Lot N. ., 1 et t. 'tin- 1A'V), Brll.-Partof T C Lot No 170 aP, d rlbed
11.1>1, I tt Ii a i.torner t,,f tid ,,t and running tlet, wit: Commencing at a point feet north of
,1n..t 71 ft-. t, then,' nuth ll, f.l et. tI lnce the m corner of aid lot no 170 and run othnce
,l est 7 71f.I antl thene, nlh l. 1 fat t to th wt It feet. thence mouth 3 feet to Jeessoion
1iaeo iiewifiioit h.,ii. 11110 st feet. thence west 47 feet. thence north 1 ft.
Jhii (H Rile). Part of T1 Ci..t N., 11 1ilV; iI',gln- thence emt i130 feet to Munrt Me eet. thence
nini. ratI ,l n tw"rner ,,f (sail I.t and running south to feet to place oflabeginning ivy
t .-.stII I l fl-t., t h.- '.' 4a'lLil I .:I of et. l4 hr4 I)C lIro. n store l a.f0.e
v.at I.II feet atndh. Ih c mlhI It3 fe.t .the J liMi l Hall- Part of T C Lot No170ad 171 0 P.
Ih W 'ii,-f lK riniini, hI.. I.h Nis, o demeried to wit: Commencein t t north from
tlihhe tIan, T' It.t Ni i; )i'.. -r c tot noe 1,. the ne corner of aid lot no 70 andrun north
0 1, wti. t tl l 11 l). feet. thence went 160 feet, thence outh Ufeeot
W it Wil.,in T t" c ,.ts N,,.- 2' 21 n, 2.,i01'. toJoffleson street thence mats80 feet, thence
$411. north 6.3 feet. thence mot ISt tof eet theplo
Thai.idh,- ill., T'.t .. .f L,,I No 2. f't' beginning: Palnace bar-o--o00. .
0l I',o ,l,,,i. $1 unl. I.. M. lively Part of T C Lot No 171. 0 P. do
J W ', ti.- 1 n..r ,ior f s. I I ,, i -.M. N 1 .1 .rila. l to wit: Commnence at na poit 8 t of
I' ,h,'i '".s.o. I,,,rth nofthem corner of a lot me. I p and
'rTlii hlath -4, iattr 'Works- ',CnIti' ,. i .. It M ,T, irlitr .east 10l feet thence s ou th 145 t to
Av, ill I'tPo oIof TC' ,L1 N,.-. 414)4I' itndi 1,",, 1..*iginlnlr; Ginioerjg and Alogrostores. Als
i, tt" li 11 i to...-ri . .. .. .>, '.it (,i.-> t ..-he im ,in leniont on np rt ofT C lot no 111. o
Io t, fitI-l it ,.ot w N m .r f ii bI n..- I ll. iatil-i I,. d.'toribe Hed t wit: toesinnlngl feet mouth of
I 11'1fc-a-oI-1feIU i w"in.t'A1 1>f aIIIhe 1,w i11i44 4. t h n r te Trner of maid lot no 171 op. d 17. described
f 'i.it iliiv. fr.l'.mn <; i>.l.ti i f |lgilli.ll.. g I, twit: le nning 22 feet south of then l oar
r1f.i i. i. fC .t'i,'h. I i.. rtl i ;i.- f I., t .t'I, l t r tof aid lot nir 171 atd then r7n masth 10
iW '. i I II f,. l l, t oI,'c ii .ll I, f ts)iiiiii, l, feet ..t e, th ence st 16 feet. thence north 10 feet.
-|l;i'l: ti,t, '-.- I f. t the Iw,'' ti'r ,no eeast 1) feet to the place of beginning;
i'-, I s, ) i i r ,4 T ,, i '. : 4 1 1'
',l .'s-l lingitI, it *h- s W. -iii ',f sol It 1hi4Iii .I 1 1 anI F .. lDuval lart of T C Lot No 174. 0
S 1 1114v lit 44 fel,.i oIn ( itol d .-i .hllf-v1 I'. d41.crilA to wit: Cernmeteing 10 feet south
'I f.t,'t 11 ,-1 --'hl. I t 1 f,1 ` .. 1 t,, .l i. I fi t w i tn the n e crn r of soid lot no 174 and run
A t t.I It, I.t' r I f ,- I I W, I ki. lI,. o If it ll lli. ilinlI thence tuthl u) feet. then weiet i teets
$1.. I I the nc,e north thl feet. thence est 10 feet to
tiheace o .tf ieri nnint:to th toro e-r 008.
'r .' i T C I. NI, :2 1ar :,1 i)I (2 .
l, i.i ,o-. li, M ive'l) Part if T IC lot No 176. 0 P. de-
''ril' l to wit:. grinning at the n r corner of
I, VI e 'ieu'. A ,Ioiiott: ...ir .iIh' i .-tot. ,,f ,1 ai.I lht ,o t lh f and run mouth 46 feet. thence
ja I 'i 1 C( It,, ,N,.' .1 .P I w.I 'h 1 1% % et, .t l1nI f.t. thence norhtth 4 feet o rth ence m it
SI-' Th,, s i,. Cl. i' I, lhi -,'-l i1l f.eet .t the rilare of beginningUovta eoly
Sit,- III.tl i lTo' I .I, N,' 2,1 i) I'. h,, A A -,, ',-'i',rativ,' Rouiness IA'ageof theStateof Feo-
' I..t I'., i'i, ,i. i r a T. Wallst aent Part ofT C lot No 176.
. I Y .- ,'- A!in ,I It .t ,r *'* i I-; I:,, ". A .1 I'. latiiinnino rn on the s outh nide of Clinton
Fish TC IA-, N'S7, 0,11' 2' Ii I ,t-t lwifeetl wetif it hen ocr er of et no o
S.. .. l '. thence runn *in west along Clinton
At., a' i. ,t lh21 fow. thence .tulh tfeeit. the Doeest
M i.ll I S1,1 |I T *,I N t e- 1 ll. IC. ll| V i<.i .il n1f l, thence north )t f ort Athe piceorf be-
nl.l i. I I n ,. ,. 0 i N. h liii .,r. A p art of T kit no 176.
, I ,I. oini t he south silerof Clinton street
( )Ii..,i ;.i fA.t t .'l of th < lh 4e tcirn erot if lot no 17.
A Iia.il .t.fI.' -y i I I I N.. i, i, li. I I i ii., .tI lhent', rumninr w-it alo i rt intIn m tre iet SO
,t -... .. henct sitlh f et. thence nrth 0 feet
Mi. i.i A I i. l ..' n I' II l N .I 1.. i 1 l l.,i lhn.- lort i. feet to the. plae of beginning,
,,o ,n.il mf if-Ms. ) i,. .1 W' Ie'l lart f TC lot N. No176. 0 P. bin
I. I...' ,,o1,t fiIhhl 4f .4 I" .11, N. N I,'. ) w.tllt I IIoI 4t A f, t e ot o the n w ro.. ornerof sailht
Is lf .,f T ." I4 l No.. I'. hl l .,.. $5 o o. n ,i ru tn henite we* 20 feet. thence mouth ift
It,.t.l Ih,,nc., iMl( 2U frel. the-nce north N6 feet
NM ilv A ii,, I \, j ,,i, l l, f l.',i '' ,, I ,N 1 i lah.I t I .. l 2ini i alr ofiM r0.,
(I I'. iis *, o INN$ ,i ., 1 II m'. I'art ,I f T( C Iit No 174 o P beginning
S I il ,,, I i,.i ffT' Tf n 1 . n ., I,,- i tw -o'ro.re of said l oit and run mouth

ndl I. ( 1 1., 1i nif, .1 iit 111 f. t i.' f 1 hence n orh 1 feet 4 nnch-
.4 ,,1 I, 4..t I 1 f. l t .i .,f.. ..,t, I,0 fe -eat H i f.-et, thelrt n rmi th 116 f te e
M Il,.rI,,,ii I .--I I C I ., N.t '- %%' l 1h,,1')01- w -I fe. f lt tei llace of beginning.
, If 4; V Hl i -,,l **" f,.-,,t ,in nll, :, I >,*',10 It-',lh, -n t i(It Iontel rucT elon p Dr. W .
L. I 1,,,1 ) i' I ,,t, 1: I'Jim I. M ti 'l lart o ,fTl' C No tN 17 7.OP. de-
I ) i V I, ,.,i I. 'I C4 I. I \',,t I , -, i.. i.1 ask f ,,I t 'o r ofni anring 21) feet west
I', 'i,,1 I,,11 ,, ,I ,, ,,r .t i i,' i ',i I ,', .1. i .'"- r T ', ,- rf s ido hit n t 177. ol run
I.Ni.l n,, ,,,| r .,I.ith r 1 ,.1 'o, .' ''' I f' rthenc nort h 113 fee44inches,
..t ,.. Ii 1 f , I hl. i , r,,| ,, I ,1 .i. i. .nt .. l 41) f e.,et, thenee south 113 feet 4
tli.11 o In '... i -1 f- ,, ( i. h,. t ,i l i f.. f.a ine i'h.-' I 1.- fi t to I lo lac ning ITelpnno. h ne x-
f ,'t %Ii,,l 1,,,l 114.- i f, 1,.l 'I. f hlm l .f l.11111, i i i i l .0111i I
niti, 'ld. 1 ,, II l 1111-1 111, V o 4,h $6, (lot f ..tII' I;e-a ise-,1 ,, ut,,r (of Jan.. D. W estcott so-
, V .f -,,, il. 'I I' l.,t N. i(I I' 1i,.- Ie. P art .of T C l ot No 17. O1 '. beginning
". r,ia rIi i ali.t ..- i,,,, .-I .IW-' l, l ,' iiit.e., -frn or ',f saidt c orne r of rhU 4
1,,i111 t ,,f thel li I ,ii il.n I'iA,4 o I l 'il ll. h f. i.1 hen e won- ei 0 it feet. thence south I4 feet,
lh,.i h l ',,-Ith I.1 f.., I |, ,'Ii, '.,- I :11 f,.,.i. I ,.ro-' ,iu,et' lIoll f-ett 4i blerinning, 2*torso and

SMrl,-i o Wf....1. i,, i i,,I ih-, lrI U f. . ,n I t1 Will Iilih i l ackt of re 82.600.
ih, il:il. ,.f I l..-Ti niii. A.t ll J ii, n. IJ l an, r I'a l Part of T C lot No 17 4. ben-
L.. iM .i .I) |'t il I Nt lA(i t ,1.ii1. ln 11, o1 4iii -itl 41 fetl t iorn e th f im ie corner f t i lot
it. f1.I.-1A It. 1 i. e V'i f,.--t .iti, .,4 il, i, stll rim, n -irth 21 fo.et,. thence d west iU feet.

,,ind l 1. l i i i ,, .... tl [4.14 :.ti thl, -i i hi. 1 f. t t h, e e sout ii 1 fe.th et inches t henc fe
IIi 7. ni. *, lh in f.-t. th,.ri ii, . int lO i f t, th. nce n urTth 41. fe-et ans U Inche
7,,1 ie,, Iot , I-'i *of lvii.iiirit, lln lidH i'. I'. to ihr pointt olif TCrinn ln *stores W Ight
Sl I,.111.. ,'.-I 4. rl,i.f t.h- Ii r .i, t i hi .. ,'f Mr..I it 1 g H inn li i at 4 pit 1ii feet Inchee
iS 5, 1 tii t l,,,t i 1.l. .i i t 11,ri ruiti.iig t ,, "i ilh of the f m orne r of lot ittf 171. op. sin d
f--t. thif ,, > l .11 fi.-l-,. tl,',i ,n .i tir n, fri t. 1.,,-i run north :ir feet 4 i hn es., thence west
H til, r .-i ;" ii : .i h, i-It' ..f lit.i?4.f I'ill ift. thnc', soi uth M6 f. 't 4 inn,., thence
I SOoW lii',, i.' ..... -,,f iiT I>,i Nrilr Ii'.- I Ha Iti ,y I'.r th rlIse( ,iof bel Onning d Ball 4k

hI il'lht i'Hr I I 1,t No -1 4 P. I, lt I it ittl t. i Ulwyrn n l'artof TtC lot No i79h)
lii,, Hr,,I ('hi ,, ,' -i Mo.,.t ii, r ii ii4,4..I .", I' -ittiniKit lh SIt fI et fro m the corner tf Mo, n
41 t)',,,' 0 i 1 ',o f,'' i ,.i ,11,ii .'4, ,.i o.' II Mr ta, ih ya feet r 3h e t
lh.n ",i' l f, e l14 -4I,, a 1' f ,.l ti., iti. he.- w ,e nt w IIth i feet. thence north e e

$.;il',"" Mr If S Williaif t ehn" inlatratrix of R. i. Wit
I Mt Il,.lt Il I .r ,t [ -2. ti>1' I, ,,I ..- .ooo- l,i t IMI. | 'r f T krit No 17 No, !7 I 0e-
M' i N M is. ,' ,,i 1,, 1,, 4 i l 'tirl,,r.!' ', vI .tov II')ll f ;le t f ,I inhe s frwn y the corner of
l,,It. I'oi fIt i l I i N.- ,i >l 1' .Ir, .l.l-l M...r.'- mint Mi-(' arl y *tr telt arid run west IS
f,,ll. ll ,,ti,. "-.. 0 .h, i, l. ...,. 1. ,,,t I-, i,. thi >i" so.l th 20 fe e.I I i f l tnche. thence east

l ,i s f-v,.v,.t > iI Matit,,l IlHriUliitiri' Mrt. I A "A.h.lrul' Pairt uf T C lot No 1R). 0, Wi.
.1I, IlW t,, C"',1 I 4 I,,- N- .V. I' I,, '.,l tt <- 1,-,r t ,-ir f si, IIrl T( r ln north I) .f t ( 0%
S.c. t.i,,,i. I,.,,, Ir.f wfe't il feet-. then re o ruth 40
h,,,, f, .. .he e, east I ri rh ..i. n r 1 M) feet I o begin-
Mmi.- A l-'-.I.l 1 N. 4o l ..I I" ,,,i r .I'O.alrolls knn andi Markham 54.400.
$'IN) I,i )'. i'l i"w n e., h n m J 0
f., |l', ~lh,.,th'H' ra* I e t|,bl .

Hardy Crom, Administrator Estate of V C Croom
TC We No U P. hoUeP.-.-MW
Dr. A 8 Jerry.-T C lot No 30. house.-

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G. I. Nurbas tstltes after fouar years
G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center. N.
Y writes: "About four year go I
wrote you statingg that I had been en-
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by takin less than two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
the brick dust sediment. and pain and.
symptomsof kidne) disease disappeared.
I am glad to say that I have never had
a return of any of those symptom dur-
ing the four year that have elapsed.
and I am evidently cured to stay cured,
and heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Cure to any one suffering from kidney
or bladder trouble." For sale by al

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asljeee itt'?" h^*o. .lpI
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fo0ol mlmM Ito ona I aTedlot
esin. twot $ l h s a ee teme

e. .. & naw th 1" CO T Cl
No Na I O P.ic Aki s.A S
e twe eaidet aofT C Cn ,o, I Ip-,iftm g;
W. D. Wilso-All t TC lot o No 10 0 pt
so ft O an ao M meet eMee. x
Mim Jone emble sa&Amn L.o. Yeas.-? C lot
NoM 11o --TSl NoO
Rob. J. d W. P. PhIllipe-Tat a% ft TC let No
1t, 0 P-M..
Robert N.as-Wat % of T C lot No WMlO P.
S leftso I" am I",. asou aU.- aSC.lot
W. P.Qall-Bet-T Cliot No1 .0 P. TC lot
noin and IN O P. abhmer.-ft.s
Miles H. JohIaon-T C loft No 1. 1 lk9. 1i
I1,WO l. 311 and MU. 0 P.vy stab.
eva W hous mw-pts.
Charle Monro-T C lots No M3S M M.. M & and
Sm. 0 P. 2 house-MG.6.
Dr. H.IL Palmer-T C let No M0 M0. 10. 01
and o 0 P. houar--.M0.
Mim Annie P. AtMe- 3 ea TC Wo No ie. 0 P.
T C lots No 30. 31 Id m 0 P. boost-4000
Mrs. M. A. Stle-T C loth No M7 and M3 0 P.
Mnr J a OGmble.-T C Lots Noe UW 4,. l41.
3Ma.M4;Mt. a d Ml, 0P. peor ehard.-
R CarpMtor-ast half of TC C ot No OT. 0 P.
Mn J WiDO widow' exmaptn, alowe-T
C Lot No e OP.. 3 houe.--.SL .
B Wilmaon-T CLat Nob0 P. hooms. -1O.
O rC VAlBruant-T C Lot No ,4 0 P. ame
Plet oo nAd L in D e d Book A A". foo 70.
L-A Iuaty nHooo-, hm.
W M Mecntosh. TruAsto-T C Lots N0e O and
D OP as per plat reordediaDeedSook
"A AR, ollo ",. laomaty reeeds6 hom-ese
WM MMelntoaeJr.-T C Lot No M7 0 P. M per
tlat r wrled In Deed Book A A". foiltu 70.
,on county records., bouse. -S1000.
OsoorC VanBrunt-T C LotNo MOP. house.-
D MeLaechlan.-T C Lot No 3M. 0 P. houme.-
Mra 8 Laloe..-T C Clot No o and M40 P.
D Maelaklan-T C Lot No. 3M0 P. boese*-
L C Ygr. AdmInltrtort of bstotof A J Pfsah
-TC lot No M 0 P. hoos.-1M.
Robert Gasbsn Aget-TC Lot NoM OP. houes.
Dr. H Pahlmer Aent tr Bryan Paloar-TC
lot No M 0 P. Iho us,-MOe.
rIs, Mathews-T C Lot No M 0 P.3 houses.-
Dr. Hn Palmer--T C ot No T O P. Iboeein .-
R B Luttortoh-T C lot No 74 0 P. houe.-1M.
R B Luttertoh-T C lots N0oe 3T. IM. rn 313 M.1M
M3 l1 and M. 0 P. 9 houses.-M- i.
Nannie J Oun-Parts ofTC lots NoeeM and 3.
0 P. deeIhbed to.wit; Jelnila at the a o
ornerof lotMIO P:andm south 11 foots
Inches onm Duval street thon. wmt M fost1
theoas north 71 feet I lahems themea e Mt
feet to besinnln bouos. Ales Part of T C
lot No M O P. bQinntin at t w e owner of
said lot and run north iT% fot. theo east
i6 feet. thenee south 17% feet. thence woet M
feet to place of beginning. 2t enal oouses.-
T P Strickland-West s feet of T C lot No M
O P. houe.-$1.400.
Miss Mary W Damon. Ag-nt for George Damon
rEatt-E-Mt 90 feet of TC lot No M 0 P.
houn. -1.M0.
VC (ilmore, Aent- -T C lot No M. 0 P.! houses,
Also T C lot No 2M00 P. house.-14.100.
D)r. E E Phllbrick--T C lot No M0. O P. house.--
Mrs. J Willis. widow's exemption MOO allowed.
The west third of no 4 of west % of T C lot No
291 0 P. I hous.. Atmpazrt of T Clot No
291 O P. described to-wit: BeIn 1 fest north
of the n w corner of lot No 3 O P, sad run
reat U feet to a point which is the plaeeof be.
irinninir, thence run seat 116 feet. thence south
7 felt 2 Inches. thenc west 116 f-t, thene
north 7 feet inches to place of beaining.- -
Jamen A Ball West i of T C lotNo 0 oP. 2
houses. 2.400.
H L BalIl -West t of T C lot No 2M 0 P.hoUe.
HDHartt East of TC lot No 2 0 P. house.
S 1.210.
W M Ball, Arnt for Mrs C Ball- Wet hal of
T C lot No M 0 P. hous.-t1.000.
John 0 Cnllin. Agent for Mrs L A Collinr-oeast
% of T C lot No 14 O P. hous.-41.10.
(race Shakespeare--Pari of T C lot No M. 0 P.
beginning at the e o mrner at old lot ad nan
north 41 feet. thence west Ms feet. thne
south 41 feet. thence east 8s feet to botinning
house. -40oo,
C A Bryan. SHr. Partof TC lot No M0 P, be-
ginning at the a o corner of mald lot, thenme
running south IU foet. thence west M feet.
thence north 1X9 fet. thence east feet
to point of beginning. "0OO.
J Wright- West tb of TC lot No MB, O P. houns.
J A Edmondeon. Afent for Matilda Randolph-T
Clot No Wi. 0 .S houses.--800.
'Peggy Courtney.--North of TC lot No 7. O P.
Sarah Fhtlgiles. South of TC lot No2O70 P.-
Mary Adler. Part of TC lot No IM: O P. be-
klnnlng at the interesetlon of Bronough and
Jefferson streets and run west 106 feet. thence
south U fat. thene oast 106 feet. thenee
north 6 feet to berinning.--M00.
mry Tull' Part of T C lot No. P. beg n-
ning at then w oomer of sid lot sad ran
ent M6 feet. thence south I10 feet. theme.
west 4 feet. thence north 13a0 feet to berlin
ninr. Also part ofTC lot No 30. 0 P. be
ginning I feet south of the n e corner of laid
lot and run south on Bronough street M feet.
thence west 16 feet. them north 6I feet;
thence eat 106 feet to beginnlnf. hom.--Woo0.
J T Phillipe.--T C lot No 2M 0 P. houe.-41.000
Edgar Alien--Part of TC lot No M O P. de-
sribed to'wit: Beginnins at the w earner of
said lot and run north TO7 feet. theneneamt 170
feet. theme somtk 70 feet thene weet 170
feet to place of beginning. hosu.--MO4.

JOKe G. CLULIS, sMtbliior.


A correspondent of the Blountstow
Democrat hau been dreaming about ti
Panama canal, and thus opens up a ne
vein of inquiry and speculation :
You are all aware that Morgan ai
others have bt-en for more than ten o
twelve years trying to get a bill pasie
in Congress, called the Panama Can
bill, to cut a canal from the Atlantic I
thel Pacific Ocean, and of course thebi
lIs bwen pa u.sed', and they have been a
work on it for some time. I dream
they finished the work, or atleast whe
they got it cut from the center to eac
irlean, they dliscovered that one ocea
wam hiKher that Ihe, other (and so it is)
more may four, ome may eight, and oth
rrn fourteen feet, In my dream the
w.re Mormewhiat uzzle'd, but they ctu
lioth ends out. I dreamed the canal wa
five' hundred feet wide and 150 feet deep
and when the waterN from each ocean
met in the canal there was a great up
htiavalarnif splashing of water, and after
awhile the' waiters 'almed, and the ves
sel. plied to and fro and everything
was lively I drearned that a ireat storr
tre,. on onro' of the. owean, and the wind
witajuxt right to drive the water through
the' carial for twenty -four hours, and
every houne.top in Galveston, Texaa,wa
covered with water, and the water wa
I wenty feet deep in New Orleans, and
diretamed the Gulf of Mexico was drained
dry and it Im'came fertile, some of the
finest cro M I ever Maw being raised in
the, (illf. I don't believe in dreams
much, but (God Raw fit to place thi
ridge of land I.,tween those two great
ltngies of wuter. Who knows but wha
Homrnie portion of our country will be
drowned out when these waters come
Together? And you all know that New
(r ehanM and (ialveston are alout thi
loweMt plat('e' in the South.

Flirn the I'enmarola Jouiarnal I
The following, from the Tallahassee
Trut, lDemocrat while probably intended
isM a harnhlem fittleh piece of ie'aaantry,
rievertheltNM dole tI( e memrler of the
ieldical plrofetMillon a groms injustice
The Tru I Demt'crat says :
"Have you heard of any purofessiona
nurse or physician volunteering to go to
I'enanimol liandl relieve thome overworked
andi almcmt exhiusted nurses and dtx'-
Now Itht ftict in that 1,'enistcola hau
not required the ervicemof outside lhy-
mic'inn. Illl we, done o and rmathe an
aplpe'Ial for their siemirtiance, we have noe
dlioulbt that there would have been plenty
lof vollinte'frK to 5lpilply the lneNed
As it wait, Dr. John McDi)irrnid, of
I heleind, Via., volkinteered his service -
lid cametrn to 'lerli llt, remaining two
or three wieks a nd aumist ing in the work,
btlt seeing that the local physicians were
ihale a t ake rnre of the it uation, he, re-
litrned he.alne,
fine other pjicytisanil, IDr. Ilirsim Byrd,
volunteered to gKl to Penracola ut the'
outilreak of the fever, and ha been
here. brliavely flghting it, etve'r Mincre IDr.
Hlyrdis inr of eiireti, in he ',plo4y of the
Stite' hliol ft Ilelalth, but he@ vollun-
tevreid his service' ieefore thee State'
haialth offcet'r culled oln ihim too g.
Am for lnurslM, several ouitlidte nuri4e
ia re now and have' been at teldingri thi
Mi-'k in Pentsicolsn foir several week's.
('ity Ihealth (tffier Pie'rlaont hiforitnm
thei .liitrnitl Ih t lit nio tIin*' hias the sit-
tilt iion here got beyond th control ofe
lie. hw. l ll phymicianii. H11ad it done to, he'
woule not have he ieituit ed lot'all for out-
Hide a1,id, aU111 he iai fI nlo dth lit whatever
lbut that it would have i 'eite t enieroumly
furneishledl by the other physiciuanof the'
St ate.
Sikam Edwardsi ang.ed.
An tiinioidaeiilldelity in iMNmiiing the'
I per, cauwdl by tht', it y uif -vilment
i"t, 4Iiilleh 1H 1i 4 ii s:i v I iat1I I th. in '01E
wardhl paidi the' p|niialty of hits < rin' lIat
1l2:4f5 th-iay, after le'livering i rnralliti
indl asurult hiarsngueii from the seaffoild.
Immense rrtiwdls of negroes from all
ulearts of the aeijiie'ent enauntry calime tea
thl, city. but few could grant ify Iheir 'cu
riolity, an the e'xec'ution wan piriviate ,
within the jail .enclosure'

Yuti ctii have it for t!ie sitking The
( over r'M M t i>age'-"'Iuii 4/ in Dl le'ets * ,
Yiu will hiits, it if yoii fail ti ti'ciri' ii
'lorid:a," a Itiitphllet lr'e iiil ive cfa
itS hinttary, tlopograplhy, cliliate', iail, re.
soiinroie l and untillitrii ialviitilraie. ui in ly
coatnlpiled saitilt ettltoi ap lPy IhIl Henry
S. Flliottt, anial i tied'l frem tIhe Agrical -
tuirail IJepirtlnolnt ly (' otilin i airiner I.,
E. Mclin, WtIIM ta tlolihnila pamlpIaleit for
im iigrtitielii pliirpnl o'S, Si fat r ns the
nimeat in the ecacoinutl we'nt, but (Oh, my!

What an apinion every ione in the Statl,.
lnd out tof it too, except the printer ofc
it. asld the Statli oftielrr wlho) receivedtl
and paid for it, imut have hsad ot Flir-
ida printer st and piutliahlrel! If ypoiu iiihav
a copy inlqtet it foar itNs rtist ic lippear.
dance anil patut U|Min it an a print er.

Cured Ceasumptiea.
Mrs. It W Evann.Clearwatetr Kans .
writes : "My husband Iny sick for there ,
months The dottorn maid that he hadi
quick eonsumptiont.
We procured a hiottle of llallard'l
Horehound Syrup, and it cured him.
"That was six youar*ago. Since then
we have always kept a bottle in the.
house. We cannot 1do without it For
emughs and colds it has no equal." 26fc.,
rfkr. and $1.00. For sale by all drug-

r. ssR1oAs IsRAlNlA6E PR3 LMSs.

Da"ger Predicted to tie Citrs ad

A correspondent of the Bradentown
Journal thus discorses concerning one
vn aspect of Governor Broward's drainage
he scheme:
w Our present Governor is good-looking
and manages to keep up a reasonable
appearance at honesty but he had to
nd promise to do some devilment before he
or could be elected. The Governors ahead
ed of-him got rid of all the timbered land,
al and now the only devilment he can do
to is to get rld of the water.
ill Now, I want to add another plank to
at my platform : Dam up the Diaton ca-
d nals, and don't allow any more land
drained on a big seale. The big thing
h in Florida, for the politicians, is the of-
in flee, but the biggest thing for the peo-
P: pie of South Florida is the citrus fruits
1 and the climate. Before the Disston
y company drained millions of acres of
It land, that always stood from four to fif-
1 teen feet under water, the large lakes
P. around Eustis, leeaburg and Apopka
n were lowered several feet. We could
raise a grove from small trees in a few
r years, but now the winters are so cold,
4- for the want of the moisture this water
I supplied, we are hardly able to keep the
n old trees, and the loss to the State on
f account of the risk brought about by
h draining off this water, can hardly be
d estimated ; and the land drained has
A proven worthless, so far, only for cow
range. Being as fine lands as there are
Sin the world, it don't pay to work them,
d on account of the pull the "sugar trust"
e has with the G. 0. P. The people of
n South Florida ought to help DeSoto en-
Join and stop, if possible, the destruc-
tion of our climate by draining land that
t can't poaxibly pay the State; for we
t all know, to take away the orange and
e grape fruit groves, and the balmy, bra-
e cing air that gives strength and hope to
the Buffering sick of the colder States,
and what have we left?
In it posalble that the people who have
all their interests here in homes and
groves, and town property can't see,
in the destruction of the timber and wa-
o ter of our section, that everything else
that depends on tropical climate will
perish with it? Ain't there no way to
call a halt, before it's too late? Oh!
for a Patrick Henry on every stump in I
the United States, to wakeupthe farm-
I ers, fruit-growers and truckers, before
Sthe trusts and political combines ruin us
forever! No let us dam up, buy back,
take control, stop the leaks. or do any- (
thing honest, junt so we do it quick, to
mtop much wholeMale destruction of indi- I
vidual rights to gratify a few who have
it pull on the public crb. 1
I would like to hear from some of our
'educated men on the effect of drainage
oen our climate. !
Saved b Dyi nite,.
,Sometimes a flaming city is saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can t
cross. Sometimes a cough hangs onno
long you feel an if nothing but dynamite A
would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun,
(ia., writes: "My wife had a very ag- '
gravated cough, which kept her awake U
nights. Two physicians could not help
heir; no she took Dr King's New D)i-
cove'ry for Consumption, Cougha and M
Colds, which eased her cough, gave her [
bleepl, and finally cured her." Strictly
Hcietitifi' cure for bronchitis and la I
grip .. At all druggists. Price 5>0c. and p
$1 MI); guaranteed. Trial bottle free

What McCurdyis Means.
From the New York World. I
IDuring the 116 years of the republic
the government of the United States w
hias paid in salaries to its twenty-five
president a total of $3,700),Mt(l0. Durin ill
the last twenty years the Mutual Li *
InriIrance Company ham paid to three J
Inemlnbers of the McCurdy family about U
$4.1t00,NM), Against twenty ears of
Richard Me( urdy. Robert H. MC(urdy C(
lind lIoasli A. TheLaudti mut be met off
116 years of George Washington. John N
Adams, rhomniM Jefferson, James Mad-
inon, .lameN Monroe, John Quincy Ad-
arma, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Bu- Ji
ren, William Henry Harrison, John Ty-
ler, Jame K. Potlk, Zachary Taylor,
Millard Filmore, Franklin Pierce, JaM. W
htuchanan Abraham Lincoln. Andrew a
Johnson, Ulysises H. (Grant, Rutherford W
II iayeas, Jame' A. Garfll Chester w
A Arthur, Grover Cleveland. Hen Jamin w
Hlarrimon, William McKlnley and Theo.
dlre Irtaesvelt and with a balance of J,
WiNMI(NIMO in favor of the McCurdy's at
that If the total salaries paid to M
the twenty-five presidents there be add-. A
ied the total salaries paid to the twenty. J
six vice-presidents, the McCurdy' will M
sltll have more' than (20,(XX) the Ibetter -n
iof it
hi Time ef Peac. J
in the first months of the Ruasia-Ja- (1
pan war we had a striking example of
the necessity for preparation and the J
early advantage of thole who, Io to

speak, "have shingled their roofs in dry
weather." The virtue of preparation ja
has made history and given usour great-
est men The individual as well as the M
nat ion should be pri pared for any emer-
gency. Are you prepared to successfully "'
combat the first cold you take? A cold Mi
can \w cured much more quickly when
treated as soon as it has been contract-
ed and before it has become settled in Mr
the system. Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy il famous for its cure of colds, and M
it should be kept at hand ready for in- j
stant use. For sale by all druggists. *
e Jo
The attractive home of Mrs. George
Greenhow, at No. 406 North Monroe
street has been lately remodeled and
furnimed with modem improvements, IR
and in now ready to accommodate a few
select boarders, tf

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rs Ella H (Chaires. Administratrix of H C Chair- I
Rotate. T C o t no. lI, n a. $.4 00.
**rMOeepnheow. Agfnt fow Mr (o C n(;renhow
T C lots n e t S1 and llB n a. house,.m.015)w.
las Anna I ail LdllA Chalre. and Mn r Y 4 l
Kllia. T C kit nil 167. n a. and the emat 12i
feet of To lot no. 16. n a. house. t .lt0.o
ra 1. C Winthrog. T ( ts i .s. oW and a l>n n a.
houe. 10 eouo.
re M C rveward. Aitent for T W Rrevard Ertate
T C lots nu. 171 and 17L n a. house- (2.t1. Ji,
W Collins. The south M feet of T al kre no I -.,
n a. VI,
hn W litter. art of Tc lot no 17t. n a. il..
eerithd ti-wit: Bgirtaain 79 feet nurth of the
a w emar of aid i no. 176. and then run
north 41 feet: thfes ast 130 feet. thence
maouth 41 feLt. thew wMat IS fe4t to plea of Wil
begisale. hIte. -i- s
ertA Walteos Part of Tc lot Uo. 17 n a. de
sertld to:wit : tlesanim ast the a w eoarer
of sai lla .i IT aml. martSh Is ft. them.
swon" I fes to th hm e taiaaiith esth e t"
west iNt fet to the piee of hogfaaling, owse

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L C YTo=, Admianltrator Estate of A J Pish.-
TAMC No.s s, s.W, 310 and 311. 0 P, house.
Hnwlettea isol .-T C lot No 312, o P. except 34
fet on the north $ide thereof, house,--400.
P ?TM -T C lota No w 31. 314, 3i1 and 316 O P,
MraB V Quiae.-T C lot No 319. 0 P. house.- 1.200.
Conatamtane Age-o.-W t of of at of T C lot
No 1, block 56. OP. 2 houses.- J.rio0.
Ml-m M W Cottoa.-T C Aot No 9. north addition.
houa- |ow.
Pred C and Mise Edith Elliott- TC lots Noa 10 and
11 N A. hou e-moo0.
MissM W Cotten-T C lot No 12 N A. $3.1MO.
W A Dmnllly-T C kt s Noa 15, and 16 N A. house.
C 2 Irenn-Wst A of T C lot No 17. n a. t700.
W A DeilllY-- of TC lot No 17. na. Also, T
C lot No li n a. -4H*0.
W Willn-T C lot No 19, n a: house. Also, W
I/*ofTC lot No20 n a, V,.Mio.
Mrs M Teresa Monro- The West 21) feet of the
north 76 feet of T C lot No 21. the north 75
feet of T C lot No 22, n a. house. $1.600.
Miss Jesie C Maginnla The south 90 feet of T
C lot No 22 n. a.- 11.600
George LewIl-T C lots Nos 21,. 24. 25, 2. 27 and
ft, n. a., housme.I- t4.oI.
Mrs. lash 8 L.wla. T C loits N. 29and .10. na.
W C lewls.-T C lots Not s1 and 32, n a, house:
also.TC lot no. t3, n a. $i6.1)o.
George B. Perkins. T C lt N6 35, n a. houm.
V V Balkeom. T C lot N,o n. a., house. I1.rlo).
R V and A C Splllr and Mrs Grace Marshall. T I
C lot No 37, n a. MO.
J ) Perkins,- Parts of T (C lots Nos .1. and s 19 n a,
a total frontageonn C(all street of lCm feet and I
170 foet on Gadsden street. house'. .2,X)O.
Mrs E PSpiller. The West 70 feet of T C lot No (
9. n a. $1.000.
A C Bpiller. TC lot No 40. n a. house. 1.'00,. I
UGerre P Raney. T C lot No 41. n a, house. 54(X)0.
Mrs, human K. Arfyle, T(' lots No. 42 and 431, na
house. -12.00.
Mrs IET Williams, widow's exemption U200 allowed
--T Clot No 44, n a, except 30 feet on south
side, T C lot No 41 n a, house. -2.rd0, I
C wynn. T C lot N.o 4t1 n a, house, t.:;m0. J
C B and ( H Gwynn. T (C lots Noi 47 and 4t. A
n a. house. -13.(xw,
Jomph Dunran. T C lta.., non 51 and 52. n a.
houe. 3$1.00, F
Mrs. C. C. Markham. T C lot no iM. n a. house. I
H S Ellott. T C lots No. r and t.. n a, house. F
H W Wlliams, TC lot no f,7. n a, house. $1.M04. !I
Mrs Ida B Bradford, widow's exemption 200 al- I1
lowed, T(C lot No f., na. uhouiise.,- 1,200. I
It W Williams, T C lots Nqm ,15,. 61, 62, Gt1 and
M. n a. hou se54.*x. 1
I'raltuti W Clark. T C liotx noe ,. A,. f7 and WH n a
house. P13,000, v
Estateof Mr., Mary V Whitaker. T C lots now,
69 and 70, n a. house. $2,I0x0.
I" W Gamble, Jr., and Cary Gamble T C lot no .M
71. n a. SM). ,
Estate of Mrs Mary V. Whitaker. T C lot no, 72. II
n a, *400. ,
;eorge I'. Kaney. T 4' lots mno 71 and 74, n a.,
house.$2.4o00. G
Mrs. t. (C. Whitfleld. TC Its niM.75. and 7;, n a.
house. 81M.KX. 1
rII armlolph T C lots nom. 77 and 7, n a, 2 hou-,.

Mrs J IB iamble, widow's exemption 2Ml allowel,.
TC lot no, 79, n a,, house, t.liu. .1
H U Whitfneld. Trustee,. T C lot nro. m, n a. house,
52.0. O. I'
Mrs M (i Hhepard, widow'n exemption S2.X) al-
lowed, TC lot noe. 1l1, 2. KI, ,K4 and north 'I WI
of T C oits nwm. nM6 and NO. n a. s.I,(M). It
R A Shine. 4outh tof T C lots no4. Mir, and tl;
and T C lots ns ai 7 and 1 lt. na. 2 homee, (4 .iN),M
irs I 8 Williams. Adminiltratrix of H S Williani M
Estate. T 41 lot H6, n a., house. $2,000.
Frank P Danoin T 4' lot no. W7, n a. house. I2,ii, M
ISle II Johnaon T C loutsa l Hanld W. n a. liniseo
"rank I'iamin. T C lot no liu n a. $N A
irs A I. lKinl T'' lots Noi. lir2 anidl i. n ai 2
houume'. 4. M4X).
Dr. W 1. Mior. Te' ltls no.. I; ani 10T7. n i a.
houses. $3 4N),. F'
A Ierkin T C. l4ot no lii. n a. housee. L2,eN)
W Willon, Agent for Mrs Annlie I Wilm.,n
T C loti no. 3101 n a. 5ll4l5.
lonetih Dunran. TC lots no.. 111, 11t. 11 aniil I It.
n a. s tables. 1.4 ).
V A awls. T (' lot no. 117. n a. $11im.
ullus D)lamemond TC Wlt no 119i, n a 2' huiise,.
s$1.r . t
N A Rawls T C lots ne. 120. 121 anil 1 1.. n a
hose. 84.00 '
r Rach ar .I W Cohen. widow's exemptiotn tlit al-. Ii
lowed. T C lot no' 121 n a. house. V. ItUs.
ullus lDiarondl T C lot no. 124, n a.. hoisi.

Iras A Dyke,. TC lot no. I of the null-tlivision
of the Old Court Housei tKuare. in n a. to the
ity of Tallahassee, as per maps reeerdlel in Ie4d ;**
ook I 'F V." page rp91, house. 2l.A).
lr i A Dyke T lokit no. 4. of the nul-dlivistion
tof theOlid Court House Square in the n a to
the City f Tallahasee,. asa per maps reri, lou
In -Ied Bo.k "' F p." 1a.1 fetl. $i J"
amen A Bali. T C ot no. 5, of the. su-livii,,n of G;
the Old Court House lqtaare. in n. a. to tahe
City of Tallahmase. a pesr maps recunid in IU
Dled hBak r '." pagey l. heoue. S.elall
V Andersmn T C' tit no 11, n a. hou't' 81.2111
J vansa. T lot no I,. n a. house, $ .INNI
SC Heodsi. T lot no. 1a3. n a. house siel .
C and W J .llel gc.s TC lot no 1:t. n a. Slain li
K Wlon T 4' losl tas.. 11 and It0. n .
haoue,. 1.IO).
ieph A Edmnnde on T C lot nos. 1i and ItI ii a.
house. sl.:Uo.
is Fannie Perkins TC lot no 147. n a., i.)I
el I' larriasmon T haC lSt ois. 14. na. s4, 5 $r
W I'dllinl. T ( kSt no. 141. n a, hour. iell
I-a 'anne E erkins. TC'it no I.rl, na ihou'.
hemnaa J. P'erkins. T C Sit no. 11l. n a. he usei
W Cullins. T to' t no. 152. n ai.. houe II. .m.
tarte. Hopkins. Allmnistrator of Estate uf Mrs
Tersa I, I'rerre. The west 115r fet <,f TtC
ot no. IM. n a. house. *1.Ili.
Jhn P Hoerta. The -t 4A feet eof T e l.t no
IM, n a., house. Aleo. T C klts nae>. 1<. If, Al
ltd. n a.. larre house. Also. T (l kt no 1>7. na.
except 7 feet or the east end. 14.0*n.
hn P Roberts T ( lot no 1t). n a. esxc.pt 7 K
feet off the E nd. d, 400.

RA Sbhia.--Eat %Tof Tolota17.laa. boo, .

R B GormuLa-Waet *rtc lot as 173. na.
R G Shpld.-North three-fourths of T c lot no.
179, n a.-400.
J. H. Tyron-8 of T C lot 179 N A-slO0.
Mrs. 0. C. Greenhow-T C lot no 180, N A, north
half of T C lot no 151, N A--OG0.
Mr.. le B. Chairsi, adninistratrix of BC Chaires
estate-South half of TC lot 181. N A--o0.
J. H. Tyron-North half of TC lot no 182 N A-

Mr. L. G. eard-South half of TC lot no lid. N
A. Alo T C lotlU. na.-MIO0.a
Julius Ball-T C lota no 186, 18, 187,188 and 189. N
Julius BallI-T C lot no 199. N A. house--l1.o00.
Mrs. Anna W. WhItAeld-TC lota no 193. 194. 19G.
and 196. N A. houase-2,000.
Mr. F. Carraway--T C lots no 197, 199, 19 and
200. N A--1,200.
W. (. 14tawart, Jr. T C lot no 06, N A, house-
Erastus W. Clark TC lot no 20, N A-SO00.
K. H. Alford- T C lots no 209 and 210, N A, house
W. I). Wilson T C lot no 214. N A, house -1,,00.
J. J. Hudge--T C lot no 215, N A-S-00.
J. J. and W. C. Hodges- TC lot no 219, N A, house
(;eo. F. Ford T C lot no 220 N A- 300.
Mianq Jane R. Johnson, ament for Mr.. A. F. Miller
estate T (' lot no 21, N A. house- -l00.
ramtus W. Cl('ark T C lots no222 and 221, N A,
2 house -2.0010.
H. T. Felkel, guardian for H. R. and H. A. Felke,
and L. E. 'earce East half of T C lot no -2291
N A 200.
H. T. Felkel. guardian for H. R. and fH. A. pelkel
West half of TC lots noZ0andM2:1, N A. house
Mrs. Lillian E. Pearce East Ii of T C lots no u210
and 2:11, N A. house $1,200.
Geo W Rollins West 'i of T C lot no 2:, N A,
house 3(X0).
R A Whitfield T C lots no234 and 235, N A. houuw
ophia kolax K&at jof T C lot no 2i6. N A, house
Geo W Rollins West ', of T C lot no 236. N A,
h(,use i-io).
lary Attaway T C lot no 237, N A, house w ')0.
John W Jones T C lot no 240. N A. house- SW.
Mrn S C tearce (widow's exemption 8200 allowed I
T C lots no 241, 242. 243 and 244 N A. 14,
houses s$160o.
I A Shine T C lot no 24S. n a, 2 houses ImO.
t A Shine TC ,lots no 24,1 and 449 n a, houst
:ratui W Clark T C lots no 25.) and 251, n a,
house $1,UI.
I A Shine T C lot noil 22, n a, house $i00.
t A Shine T C lot no 253, n a, 2 houses $800.
) R Cox The. south O feet of T C lot no 2V4, n a,
house 87).
irs Caroline (Graham The north lO feet of T C lot
no 254 n a. house 6M00.
V N Taylor T C lot no 265r, n a, 2 houses $1,700. 1
I 1. Hall T C lots no 257. 254, 259 and 260, n a,
houjw r82.00X.
irs M II Meginnis. T C lot no 261, n a. 4 houses
Ie.nry Garnett T C lot no 282, n a. house r400X. ;
W H Shepard North aI of T C lot no 263, n a,
house 3:0).
C McPherson South 'i, of T C lot no 263, na,
hoiusl $ 5 '
Wism N A Kennard South I1 of T C lot no 2fM4, n
a. house $40.
aymond Cay North I of T C lot no 264, na
W Ferrell T C lots no L2 ',. 266, 267 and 2684. n a.
5 houses $I,01M..
rice K Smithi West I of T C lot noe 271, na ,
house $41dA).
tV Quaile West i v of T C lot no 272. n a $M 4).
IH l.0tterloh East .uof T C lit no27.2, n a, house. t
S m M.

Willearn Jenkir I1 o <'. 4 uit.,llviasion of T int
no 5i. i w a. i pilrr plat ir,'oridete l hin I '-l
Itook ".1 .1," p siii'u' I:I lA n ,iinity nrcord..s,
.1Y -'i h A Fll nioni. o Stin i il-u i-on, now.. i i. T I
,unil 7 ofi T lot no .l -it w u. n1- prn ilat r'-
chrol in Dok e;" I l. .IePik S.'" pawe' ;1:,\, hiu'e'
li Ilaai Sainulern Siul-rivi-'doin.no e.S and 9o 1f T
lot no. ri;. n tw as. its p.er plat rneioirdeil in tDe1<41
Hook 'S." .agi :2.1. houni. &t"l..
We.l'ty Davis. Sr Siib--livision No. 10 of T 4lot
.',ia. n w a. as pIe ptit recor..e' l in 1i144-!
tBook ." S,' ji t.r :l, $ IN).
Duni'I Wright. Salili (itisilon No 1 of TV' lot no
n.w n w a. as per plat ri-conlrl in De'tl Htik
"S'." \:te :if., hoil-e. AlIs, Siuth if fsUill-
divi ion no 2, cif T c' lot no. i57 n w a. as )IMr
plat ns r.onl in I lh.l i.nook S." agfe ':t..
houle. "M,.
J.-'w'ih A "elmionilswn, Easit two thirds of n i 'of
lot ino. 2. ilvi-.in no 2 if T (' lit nio :W7. n w ia.
a.s pe'r|lhti rn.'irdfel l in lh't! H .k "' S." patir
:s rIlSI ror.
W F lisaile. W on, third of n -of sill-divi'inon
no of T i t nlot i7 n w a) aw pe'r ilat rie'.rd-
40 ilt I I 'ewi tl | k "S," '' aW''4 :L': hoii-'. 5&154.
I. '4 I.,.'ly.Sully -livieione ne s:1 anil t of T c lot no
1.7. n w a. i I Ir plat reonlribl in DIat1t Flt."k
"S." ipae' .wIMt hoils-se'. l)1.
Elle.n IHeni haw. Suli-l ivnisieon H hi fn 7. a, 7nit ,.
aof T lotu ni '7. n wa. ias pelr plat re'conl.r l in
ile'l| HNook S pat.' .t houiee. s$1il.
J',~ewh A Edlmondem in Sutl-liviion noi. 10 of TC('
loet ni, .7 n w a. san p r plait r'<-rtll in 1-eil
Betok S ptireX :'3I house (lSIN.
W F Qjuailh' Went one-- hired of north oa if iul-
livi anon noi. 2:; io TC ot nllo r17 n w a. .. |t.r
plt rnerordied in I)eetl itook '" "paige :;t.
1. M l.iv.ly. Suh--.lisi.nione n.e. 1 and 4 of T C
lot no f.7. n w a, a Ior ilat r-ecanil in Died
Beik S i* pati'l .t1.3 hiiviw 2lil.
Ellan Henshaw Siill-dliviinan i notl. l. l. 7 and i *if
TC' lo.t net. 7. n w a. aI I|'* r plat re','onl'tl in
DlIeel Hek "S" piage W. houiil. 401.
Joie'ih A F rnndmn Rul o.-livinion not. 10 of T
4' lot nf. 57. n w a. ao per plat retronloil in
Diel IHook "S." taire, :-T, houw. 2:4.
Wandlser C Twinet North half of TC leit no. aM. n
w a, hourn tl.il)
C('ra l>rse1.y North of 'enuth i of T ( C lt
nr. ati. n w a. heinie. .i$a.
W QOuaile. pouth i, of iouth uif T(C kSt no.
&f n wa. t2Iln
Mimls Fandl A Vinrerho.,ts ( Gerarild W ', I of
T C kit rn. iM. n w a, and T (' kt nn 62. n w a.

H I Clark, agreet for Mrs H E Clark estate T r
lot no 68 nw a. LIo0.
lokolr* Batrhetllr Part of c lot 'tno 14. nw a.
dearilaed al follows: coumusehl at the aw
errnwr of Maid lot no a smid U ma namat 73
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Louiss Brooko-Part et Tc lot No 12. nw a. bIak .
lit atthe sa e arer of adki lot and run west
a ****m* nowth 1 feet 9 Incheh. tence
*et i6 thene mouth 5U feet. thence east
175 feet. Uthes" south IIs feet 3 Inches to be-
NMl Jselte C Meelndn i-East .te of Tc lot no 19,
nw a. 3 h bouse. MO.
Amanda Wanse-West of T c lot no 19. nw a,

Randall Golden-West W of west k of r c lot no
20. nw a, houoe--OM.
Ferby Grice--East *' of T c lot no 21. nw a. houL

Mary Attaway--East tv of west T of T lot no 21.
nw aL--W510.
D C Andersom-West is of T c lot no 22. nw a. 2
Samuel Mason-East 's of T c lot no23 nw a 2
Ellen Crowell- West !i of T c lot no 24, nw a. 2
house -$130.
Mias JeMite C Merinnisn- East 2- of T c lot no 24,
nw a. 5 houses- $8H00.
Alfred Golden -T C lot no 27. nw a, 2 houses- 5500
1) B MWiinnis. Jr.Agent for M REliza L Weielm-
T c lots no 37 and ,. nw a. 3 house-S1,O00.
John J Nima--r c lot no .19, nw a. house-$500.
William H Richardson-Part of TC lot no 43, nw
a. beKinning at a point 60 feet north of the ne'
corner of said lot 43. and run went 100 feet.
thence north o feet, thence east 100 feet.
thence south 50 feet to helinninrg, houime-P-$.
(hurchill Burrell- -art of "T lot no 43. nw a. de-
soeriled to wit: feirinninri at a point 100 fe'et
went from the P e corner of iaidl lot no 43 and
thence run north 1110 feet, thence east 100 ft..
thence north 201) feet 9 inches, thence wept SO
feet. thence north 40 fteet. thence went 262
feet. thence< south 170 feet 9 inches, thence
*eat 242 feet to the place(of bleginning, house
Alfrtd Golden North '2 of T c lot no 43, nw a.
h.,us&. $IN).
Mrs 1, C E lmo.rnlso, alniinistratrix of J A Eil-
moundwin estate T V lot no 14, nw a, houses
1.20, .
John Earle I Prkins l'art of the< weist I. of the
w 1' 1 ef T C lot 1l1 ):,. nw a. Beginning at the oAuthwest corner of said lot
and run north t0 feet 9 inches, thence east 1,5
feet 6 inches, thrnc e south 10 feet 9 inches,
thence we(t K5 fe t (; inches to the pilaceof lit-
winning, house 2i-50.
II McCormick E:at 'i of nw 'i of T c lot no 45.
nw a, house IM).
S >.hia McCormick- Part of the went of t-,e
n w iquarterof T (c lot n: V15. nr w a., deierilh.4l
to-wit : Ieirinning atl th. n w c corner of said
lot no 45 thence run east l 5 feet 6 inches.
thence north i(M) fe't 9 inches, thence wvest 5
feet t ; inch,.., thernce s .ith Il) feet !) inrhh s
to the plaec of l'girlining. SI(N).
Adalline. (os So1,tthe'a.t I ,If T (c lit No I.,. nwn,
houw. ,$150.
Mrs M S Dickinsion. I..ts A. It. C, I). and F,
mub-iivisions of T lots nos. 17 aund 4. nwa,
as |iIr iliO t c',c, rl| 5'.W7, Ieon icouinty r.c,,ronl. $&OK).
Mary Ann Whitaker, I.ot (;. ubl-division of T 4
lots rns. 47 and I'. n w a. as e r plat reicorild4J
in I e l Bi.,k .1 .1 e" I)i ,>!7. IA'ii ibI*nty
records. houi V. 2iln.
Mrs M S Dinkin.-onm LotH I. 1 J, K .. M. and N,
suli-ivision ief 1 c liots Mo. 17 and Is, n wa
as per pilat re'ordiliel in I t-ill ib.k ".I.I." ia
51'67, IAtn county recorils. Also. the- east 2MI*
feet of the ltu*h I f Tvc lot no. 4l, n w a.
tux). -#
Rev W H carterr Th 1'West 112 feet of the south '
I of T c lot nl.. 1i, n wit i houiem -.'5on.
auggie' Miore,anil Matitic (;reen. Sul-l1iviion
no. t oof T c" It lill .rd, n w a., as per plat re'
coirdied in le.4l HIook "J J" pag| 2O>. huoise.
Irs M S I)ic'kinson. The west "2ll4 feet eof the- S 1
.f T i lot no ', n w a,. $200.
awrenrce Fitziile s. I li A of To Int noi :., n wa.
as per plat r.eor'lirl. in I Del Itiik "11 I "
pl g .\9 1, holluse $.;iN.
(ary Ellen ('in>im>s.. Thin, 1i fsl fi,,ir-iflthis or )
feet ,o Ihre i.tasl uidi of lit (c of T' i ht rni. .1,
n w a. us Ier ihlat reireilhd l l In ) 1t lh.)k
"I If," p 7ai,,' 5lI, hin's,. $41ili.
)iniih W illiH nis, 1 i (; ,f T r -I lit 1 ;.. I w ia. aq
Iw r Id ai rlt .w r,144i t ri ll 4 1 |I n.k If 1 ," i)";, 4.
5.91. hoeiis. ,, PMI.
Ifenrieittal W ifliuinis It it if f T1' I.I no f.I. ni w Ia.
oS |.'r phil ri.l r ie" il ii hn | I h-| | .,k I i/1."
plitve 5!'i ll. si.iii Ulel.
I it W ilwi lot I: of '' lot n ,i .. 2.' ni w i. s p r
ptliat r 'iordild ii ll.sel fItk "I IfI ." l ve. :,-1.
hliiaol.4 l $1 l.
tolsrt IBra.nchi W i .if lot II ofr To hl no-. '.2.
I W a. it.-a i| i iSt 'lii o l.r. l Ih Ian il i .,k
11 II I '" lI r .(t41 llo is]" $.'i4.
W Ie.rri.ll. I1,.. A. H. ', I. E. K K If. I. J, K
l.nn, l M, -il.iivI-liini inf T i lol no ." 1 nw n I
its per Ihlf i 't r .irdit l in 1 <-i4d1 lik"k ". J." plis.
ICA ),. 1s 1 in i .yI. 14-111.$,-s t5lliO .
W l'i'rri4ll. I ,ot A., I. C'. 1I) F., It. 11. 1. K.
I., M N 0 ( i) a d I', iit i-dilvihl-n) s oif I T lt 'I,.
i, %v i ii t T r l itnr t r- ".1 J." pai>t' *io IAoli icountyv reiorils. $;lN4,
ohn 'Ford I l isul.-ivixioii n w i., as lirr I,lt r,'ordlil in )lD i,41 llNo)k "' .) "
1i19g' 4 ello Is'on o'liintl y recoril. ho.oio. 0lNi.
W YF rre.ll I ts. 1), E. F. G. H, 1. J. K. I. M.
N, <) I, It. S. anil '. ..f siili.livision of T '
lotl noi i :.'. n wni. a. .iir lutit r4e'orl,'el in 1 ,1141
Ho. 'k J ..' JI paiv II. I .-o.i io' inty r'',-onl

ins Jnisi' (' Meinni.ss T ( lot no '74, n a. 5
holusew$ IM).
rs I. C idmonxlmon. administrnlrix of J A lAd-
monidnon estate T C lo ot nio 27:. and it276, n ai.
Ill houise1 (1,2m1.
( piller P'art of T (' lot no p277, n a. ldesiritlst
tIe wit' Comniencing at the n corner of sala
lot andl run welntt 1(1I feet hence miouthi.4 fiet.
IlenaPn east XIn feet, thence north t1 feet toi
the' place oif t'beinninig, house IitN.
rank Wan.sa Part of T C lot no 277, n n, ide-
serailNd as ffollew.: (omnmencinlr at a tiiint ti;
fee-t north uof the e corner of saidul lot no .'7,
w which i the piint of Ileginninir. then run nirth
'i4 f",-t, thence west 100 feet, thence meuth iiw
f.t, thence east M ) feet to the place of bte-
inninin. Ali-o. part iof T C lot no 277, n i, ilp-
sernileed as follow: CommencinK.at it point :u
ftelt north Iof the s e corner of said lot. ,n Hrie-
noligh street, and run north 10 feet, then went
17ll fel., thence mouth I0I feet. thence easl 170
feel to the place of beiinnini $2S10.
ic har l Thornaa Part of T C lokit no 277. n a. ile-
m,'rial&, as f1,ollow: (dammencinK at the n e ci r-
ner ,f aill lot and run wet I11I feet to a point
which is the place of beginning, thence run
wet 70 feet. thence south 124 feet, thence eat
7l ffeet. thence north 124 feet to the place of
wlieinningr. house $,*1).
'orgee S. Miathell Part of T C lot no 277. n a. ide-
nirilhAd an follows: rommencing at the s e cor-
riner iof saidi ',i 'l nd ruin north :16t fe,'t then
went 1701 e, '. thei.ce outh :1tt feet. theive *sis
1740 fe..-l Ito4 ti i].' lof hiwinningr. hiapoi.e- sini
etbph lAhskett r T lot no 274, n a T.25.
'4orge .S Mitlchill Fant 1 of T kit no' 2. n a.
hoiiue $210.
tchael E Smith .lt1 rno i of the sub-ilivision eof
T c lot noi 1, nw u. as leIwr mal, re-onieletl n teI'l
Ilok "' '." i.rpae 5f91, record of l ieln county
"irc"it i"inr. heni. s2t2fil.
M I'. ne'y !at '1 of T c lot no 2, nw a. house'
ckett Williiamn I'art of Tl t lt no 4. nw a. de-
se-rihbel ia-t fillhows: 'enimencing at the s n* clr-
ne'r of i. l lit arnd run weit 94 feet on (;eorrgia
streertt. tll'eie' north 174 feet. thence' ant Sis
feet. l!i elice muth 174 feet to heIwlnning. houaise
ast lup W Clark Part of T 4' lot no 4. nw a. 1de-
se.ri. a fiolown: vorinmmenrin at Ihe pae cor-
oner uof al ot andl run north 90 feet toa a point
which thi -placi'eif blvinnini, frrnami Iil hitin
of l>el r nniag ruol west 2 feet, thence north 174
feet. ience eawlt 2 feet. henre moith 171 feet.
to the place' of beginnings. Alao. part olf r 4
l-t no 4. nw a. deicritb el a follow: rommnienc-
inlr at the n w corner of aid lot and run iast
1:17 feet to a point which is the point of begin-
ning. from maid place of begfinninr run north
t7 (fet. thence est 45 feet. thence mouth M7
feet. thence west 4A feet to howinning s1ton.
freti Thnompon Part of Tc' lot no fi. nw a. de-
ocritied as follow: conmenwcinr at a point 4,
5-10c feet est of the w corner of said lot no
and run east 4A-lO fet, thence north 174 feet.
there went 4 &-10 feet, thence mouth 174 feet
toi place of bewinninl (100.
I. alll E I', of went 'l of T ot rio nwa,
house $400.
tale I; Stratton West Iv otf went a oI(if e lt no
K. nw a. htouw' 5250.
SWMath W Mttht ilof wet i' of T klot
no. nw a, 2 house iso").
ck (;anetr 1 'r lot no 10. Iork 107. nw a. ex-
c'ipt fto t feet M4 in'chv front on Mavoni. striel
and run 7U0 ftrt 6 Inches hik and in the nw
erwrier of said lot. housee W0.
lnx Fwarnts Part of T b no n 11 nw a. det
merilhid t14 wit: Bein at a pnont 66 feet wslt of
the e r ner oif aid lk no 11. which is the
Iplawr of bsinning. then run west 41 feet.
thence north 170 feet 9 inhe., then meat 41
ftw, then math 170 fo.t inhbes to the place
of pglinniiu 71M
llsam rdwarda Part of T c lot no 13. nw a. de.
me-ibld to wit: ('CaenMeitm n at a peilat feet
west of these a r** Ora lof lot no I and thee
run wsit 41 feet. them.ie north 370 feet Sieohe..
then wst 41 ft. Uia millth 170 ft 9 i ses..
to the pAlne a of T- h1
es Aikm A .w tof? c c a.k 11. as a. house,


Je1 s 4. CK.U S. fMksiewr.


A Daredevil 14de
Often ends in a sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. "A deep wound in my foot from
an accident writes Theodore Schuele,
c/fhlujmbus, 0., "caused me great
Physicians were helpless, but
Iticklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed
it." Soothes and heals burns like magic.
25c., at ill druggists.
For Sale.
A medium-sized second-hand boiler,
with equipment, for sale cheap. Ap-
ply at this office, or at Leon Hotel, and
see it. 31-tf
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will
on the 1lth day of November. 1906. apply to the
Governor of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee
Florida, fur Letters Patent on the Articles of In-
corporation herein below set out, the original of
which Articles are on file in the office of the Sec-
retary of State of the State of Florida.
We the undersigned do hereby associate ourselves
together for the purpose of becoming incorpora-
ted under the statutes of the State of Florida for
the construction, maintenance and operation of a
railroad as hereinafter provided.
ARTIC.E I. The name of said corporation shall
be the Tallahassee. Perry and Southeastern Rail-
way.and its principal place of business shall be at
the City of Tallahasse. in Leon County, State of
ARTICL. II. The general natureof the business
to be transacted by said corporation shall be the
construction, maintenance and operation of a line
of railroad from the City of Tallahassee, in the
County of Leon. in the State of Florida. to Wan-
nee in the County of Alachua in the State of
Florida, on the east bank of the Suwannee
River, through the counties of Leon, Jefferson,
Taylor, Lafayette and into the County of Alachua.
said railroad passing through or near the town
of Perry in the said County of Taylor; and the
length of said railroad to be one hundred miles,
exclusive of extensions,branch road. side tracks,
spurs and switches.
ARTICLE III The general nature of the busi-
ness to be transacted by said corporation shall be
the owning. constructing, maintaining and opera-
ting a railroad between the said pointsof Tallahas-
see and Wannee, and through and into the said
counties above mentioned, including the acquisit-
ion, maintenance and operation, as part of said
line, of any railroad or roadbel, or railroad prop-
erties that may be already in operation or con-
structed or existing on the line of said proposed
railroad, or any part thereof or appertaining
thereto;: and the owning, maintaining and op-
eration of any such railroad or properties al-
ready constructed or existing or that may be
hereafter constructed., a a common carrier in the
transportation of passengers and freight, persons
an iwroperty, and the exercise of all powers, fran-
thisees, rights anti privileges now conferred or
permitted. or that may hereinafter be conferred or
permitted at any time by the Laws of the State of
Florida upon or to railroad corporations.
ARTICLE IV The amount of the capital stock
of the corporation shall ti Seven hundred
and Fifty thousand dollars. ($750,000,.00), to be
divided into Seven thousand Five hundred
shares of One hundred dollars each, and to
te paid in lawful money of the United
States, except that Seven hundred and Forty-nine
thousand Five hundred dollar* of said stock shall
l w payable in property. lalsir or services, at a just
valuation to IN' fixed by the corploratoirs, or by the
direct rs. at a rinetint to It callht for such pur-
pose:; andl property, labor or services may albe be
puirc'hasrdl or pahid for with any of the above men-
tioned stock, whether payable either in cash or in
property. at just valuation .(f such procpe'rty. Ia-
Iir or services to Im' lixed by the directory of the
company at a ni'e'tins railed for such purposee.
All stock shall It, pail for upon the call of the'
Nstard of directors.
AHrieI.K V. The term for which the corspora-
tion is to xi-t hall I' On() homioired I lll) years
Iroin the' ii s aiinr'r ,n f I.tt r i tr'nl.
At'icric.v: VI. 'The otfihers of the corlporation
sliill Is' a pre"idl'nt, a vice-premident, a see-
retary, ia tre'jatuirer nid five directors, pro-
videl. however, that until the first election
providedl for iinder Ihi article shall tie held.
th.r-, shall Ihe only three' (lirecteors. The
fhfic*' orf S e'r't-ary and Treasirer may hie
held by theIn'i sn. er.,,n. The direc-tors shall Ie'
choei-'n Iy thee t, skholleirsand the other officers
of the' coii mpany shall li choen by the board iof
director TIh'liulc a e officers shall tiw electAed on
the second Wleln'shday of Febiruary in each year,
which shall tI. there lay for the' annual meetings of
the stoc'khold.'rs and directors. The otfl-,ers who
are to conduct the l)usinecss of the corlxiration un-
til the .e eh.ct( ci ( t the first election to it e held on.
the-lday fir thie fir-t annual nuetitng shall have
iuaillitia l, shall Iw as follows:
I). E MAXWEI.I., P're.idenrt.
4(;E: I'. HANEY. Vice-pre ildent.
:; i1 K YI.E. Secretary anli Treasurer.
andl Ishree. lirctoes it follows:
E. I). KYLE.
ARTIl. VII. The highest amount of indebted-
ness or hlihlity tI which the corporation can at
any time tilcject ita'lf shall be Two million
ARTt'lt,: VIII The nnme~ andI relidences of
the sIu|IseIh'i al re as follows
Name. ('ity or Town. (County. State.
I), E. Maewell. Jackonville. Durval. Florida.
(s1|. 1' Heneer). Tallnha5sie, ILeon'., Vlorida
1). Kyle'. Jae ktnvllle. D)uval, Florida.
4tTi( i.. IX. The above named D. E. Max-
well'd stock- The' alove name (;e,. p. Paney does
here'hy s.hiilcrlsw for 2'.'0 shares caf sael stock and
the above named E. I). Kyle I|a's hereihy nulbcribe
for2."ll share's of said stock.
ARTICI.K X. The Ieowwe'r to make and alter by-
law.s shl Ih e illn the liire''cor; but by-lawn, made
by the directors may i. altered or rel*e'abed by
the stc'khholde'r. The' direc ters may hold general
oreipec'ial miestleings ousidfe oef the State of Flor-
ida at any placee, or place's, time or times, to ie
>~ flxel in the by-laws. or upomn call of the 'Prw.ident
"or cf a nieoicity ecf the 1w pre,.rels'el inI the by-lawsn, or at any tame or
pla ti c uinnemously arree'l upon by the
IN H% ITSNFM Wi'r.Ricer aild sulmscriliwr have
(i here't set' thcir hates. thas the |Hth day of (October
(iOn' thi,,t lrd tine hundred and five.
<;FO 1'. HANEY,
State' cf H,'iida, i
5. 5.

C('onty f linal
lefcre' me'. EtiCr 'C. Ells, a Notary Public in and
for the Stat.e of Hlordlaat larwr p irmnally appear.
ed the alhove named I). Maxwell. Geo. 1'. Raney
and F I) Kyle, ers'enally known to me *o be the
same individuals who subscribed the above Ar.
ticle of Incorloratom. and severally acknowledged
that they sulescrrbed anl executed the same for
the purprew therein stated. and each of uch sub.
scribers being sworny Iy me. deleNed and said each
for himself, that at is intended in rucd faith tn cln-
strict. maintain anl pewrate the railroad mention-
LJI the abslve Articles of Incorporation.
Acknowlehlrel. sworn to and subscribed before,
nie this. the Istbh day of Octs wr. IW.O&
IN TarmoNrv Wsr.aat [> I haveh.rruntos.et my
hand and ffical Msal.
([sAI.) EFFIF. C E.I.IS.
Notary Public Rtate of Fk.Mida at large
My earnmimaiion eaexpir Fereary 1. 1 I .
T TellahaM.e. Fa.. Oct 0. 1I06. 4144c

Not*C for Pusbcatm*l.
Dwawnrmr orw mT ITm asm .
Septemberw S 105.
Notice I beroby u i, that th tollowinw-
Named msettler ,hasah eod oi f isin tationt to
make Aluli proof n a uporat his elaim. and that
said proof will be made e eterk Cireauit Court
at Tallahamess. ral. e November 11. 106, via:
Molry BMwan-, widow of LtAwS BroMwnin d.
cuas. of Meridia. Ia. Hd. 0111- for the lot
sector 1. TP. T N., .IL W
He names the following witWem to prove his
continuous residea apo and cultivation of aid
land. via: Sitter Crnmrtle .of Meridian. Pla.; Jes-
sie Butler. of Mwedu. ia.; John Cronrtie of
Meridian, Fla.: Lewis Cromairtle of Merdia. Fla.
Zephyr. Shetland Floes and Ice Wool
at R. J. Evans'. -
For Fall Gaudens.
Turnips and Ruta Baga Seed, finest
quality, at Yaeger's. tf
Legal Cap Paper, 8c. per quire at R.
J. Evans'.



Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Nose a Specialty.

Office In old Capital lty Bank

Jeff. D. Ferrell,


General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
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of experience ..

A portion of the public
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/19 ((\ /i tVIer.-Irew ./0

6eorgia, florida & Alabama
Railway Company.
(C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
Schedule Effective Sunday. Sept 10, 905.
South BHund.

Lv Atlanta
Lv Macon
Lv Cuthbert
Lv Arlington
Lv Bainbridge
Ar Tallahasmee
Lv Tallahasse
(via S.A.IL.)
Ar Jarksonville
Lv Tallahassee
Lv Sopchoppy..
Lv Ianark
Lv Carrabelle
Ar Apalachicola

No. 1 No. 3 No. nf
12.20am 7.50am
3.45am Ill.,tam
7.,Pam n4.06pm
. 9.06am 5.10pm
10.5tcam 6.O0pm
12..Gpm .40pmn
l.Mpm 4.00am
7.40pm 10.50am
2.00p;m X.00am
3.14pm 10.00am
3.45pm 10.45am
4 D0pm
North Bound.

Daily ex-
cept Sunday
No. 2 No. ,3
Lv Apalachicola 7:00am
Lv Carrabelle 11.0am
Lv Lanark 11.4*am
Lv Sopchoppy 12.16pm
Ar Tallahassee 130pm_
Lv Jacksonville
(S.A.L. Ry.) 90 'am 4.00pm
Ar Tallaha tf__3,inpm lO.O!pm
Ar Tallahassee 3 lojpm 10t0 m

Ar ArlinLt.n 7.2Rpm
l.v Cuthbert X 4.1pm I.ff'cam
Lv Macon 4.Iram 4.3C.',m
Ar Atlanta 7.35am 7E.5I)pm

No. 4
7 ,.liam
2.m iil
*2 2 i)m
r.'sj rim

No. 3


ti ;t'in ti :irAM
: 7,em10 i ,2511cm
11 314 rm

Notice Trains No(. 5 and 6 will depart fr, ria n
arrive at foot of Shutwell stree-,l. Hainbridle.
Tickets for train 5. leaving Hainbridte SuniilIysI
at f.2) am., will ecn male at the oflice of tle c al-
lahan grocery y (COmSany,
'Train No. 6 will Stol. ::V. minutes at lanarkl, for
W. M. le'gr. E. 0. AltoI, .,
(General Manager., (Ge.mral I'axennerer Avi ot.
Itainli, elc.'e,., ; .
IC C. Sni. .i,,
TrAve-linV l''Hsenvernir A ieet,
TallahatmeeFl. H

10 TO I

atnd Ie'tter ar tihe' (ha':t''s of mtir
getting perfect fluiir satisfaction, whet'i
you usMe the C(lifton lraund. Truth i,
tell, there's little likeliho, l "of yoeur
having anything liut a pure, whole.,i.me
yet economical prc il't lut i don't I)e
content with a "just as good" ifliur
demand the ('lifton ,everytime', it is ltih
very lxbet. At J. W. ('COLLINS'

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Overcoats and Raincoats.

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for SaWe.
One sugar cane mill and evaporator
The evaperator is nearly new. Apply
to D. B. Meginniss. -4L
Fine stationery, half "price, at R. J.

To purchase a large tract of Timber
Land in Florida; prefer to deal with
owner direct.
AsaKucus B. MaELILLx,
1200 Title and Trust B*r., Chicago, IL

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(Edtinued from Page 6.)

feet, themn euth 7 feet, the-m& wet 71 fe
to th wet lin o aid lot no4, thence nomr
It fe"t to the ple of beglteni hoi -S
AMkA. Grrett- t1C lt no 1, n1ofeo., houa
Jeha I D silly, agent for Mr M I. Dnmillly K
tatevAllIoftcktoi osand 4. nl, ,co'. *
*est Othtnt deuurihbdis follows and own
by M W onilly: iam ncins at the n a rsi
a of "adM lt no sand run a Soofset to Jeff.
so t, themes west on Jeffermon Ht. Hm6 fi
then morth 40 fet to Cllintn Ht, thn.. e-
I fe t to bgrliln,. -4 W0.
J W Perrill--iaet of TC ot no. t,. N ', of C
%,4, 1 u1 e. 80o.
F annle Smith. rFet i, of west 'i of T C It
No 6. N of (C. %. house. SMW.
H D Durr. Midway. Via. West of w t ',,oft
C lot No. 6, N of Co. 0, hou'w. g:mo..
Obi DJom North ofast of TC lot no,
N u of Co 1,, houe vi0.
Madrie Hll. -aAt of west '*of south '. h
C lot No. 7, N t of Co. I/#. houa. SAW0.
Joeh H Pdwaird West oft wet of H ,
TC it No 7, N ', oof Cj ,. houie, 4i>s
BA Tret. Agset fur Amy Trent Part TC ik
No. II, N 4 of o. ., lbeinnin at a* pitnt l
ftet went of the mnrth east eurner of aikl I)
and run went 56 feet. thence south 10l few-
theimn eat 6 tfet, thence north W1 feet I
htanmismh. houe.00.
Imith Mal M aliis IlliToma and (Carrl anr l te
(olUlai-Th. west 60 faettof T ( k.t No V. I
4% f t. ,-thoueot- me.
Dr H R Palmer Theemat 110 feet of Tu v kit No.
N % of oo .. 4om.
Jehn P Brifgg -West 'u went t,,ofT4 lot noiI
north of 0% house- 411).
H D Durr. Midway. Mia. It of T c lote no It
north % of o. X Impassv 700.
John F Denslly. a, nt for Mir M 1. Iomilly i*stat
'lTh eit smtd of T' lots no II anl 12, ;tort
% of 0. heboo I.-rO.
Mie Nellie K i PStt The wept t amrl e'ait ',
T c lot no 17. north I#of (Uos V, 2 hoeujince tL'.
Mrs C C JaIckom- (Crntr third of T lot no 17.
%of Co /. running north antid meuth, hoieue
3I- D0et-9R11t 4 of T oit n IoI. no i of 'e '
Jemnt Jeermon Part of T kitt no 20. north o
*%D, dearrbhed to wit: hgwinninir at the a
mArner of said lot no W) and then run ~t %
ft0, thence north 1I0 fet. themnce west m; f w
theno south I feet t o the plMace' f lho'inniln
otbert Riharidson Part of T : klot no21, n iv.
Co ., begInning at the a ror. of rskil lot noi
and run wet 74 test alons )'Penaetols ptrit
thoeaem north IM0 feet, thirne at 74 fet-
the west M89 fast to thel egrnning,. hInm
C A Bryatn, r. k lot no 22, nerth otf ro i
Ae. part of T clot wn 'e In of root Iwaiti
m. in at the nw rontwr of malel lot st.fl run Caes
Sfeet I she's, theme Mouth 'M0 fee. the-n
Wet iA fast Inches, thence ri rlh W2 l tfelt t
beginning 00.
imM Mary Bannerman and Mrs Kate I' Iolri'ra,
Pat of T 0 lot no 2. mth I of roit'. altti,
nine at the as eornitr tof sal klot ani ruin thence
morth 17 feet. thence woel 1l'u fm't. thanti
mouth 175 feet, themn-a mt IM) ffie t to C-eiln
s lo, hou e 100.
Dr W etrtanm Part of T lot no ZI, n t ., at
so%., beginning at the n 'ornertotf anki litn ait,
run theme went 1W fast. thenvew totth t, H fe.
theme ml 10 feet, thence norlh feel tI
betginningf M.
Jehn PIlagilel. Jr. agent for Jo.h 'I"itfa l.e .1-F
Sof south tiofTc lhot not24. mirth e fP o 1

mnMs Wlntieton MMiile4 t4 a T '' lt neo 24. n ',o
eao running north nml mouth, hoitei, A4MI,
C A Bryan, Mr. West li of math t esf T Ir lt fie
$4, a of to t . hou-e tIOu
MUm Nellie X Hteast. part for T lt nio 24, nortl
% of oo hewinnIlni at a Ioiit 7r, faist t',
inche mwest tfrnm the n e ei'rnerof Clintons ari
MeComb attesta. thence witith iprallel wlth
maid Mc(umob at ITU feet. thence W 71 fo t
thence north t170 ft tt toClinlutoe strt, therite
emt 70 feet to beginning. hijise. Nin.
CA Bryan, Mr. Part of N of T'C lot not 24. N
S daofC (to te-wit: IIpintring at a eiolnit o.t
the south aide of (Clition trot.l 14r, fi'l t',,
nlhes weltof ithe n r'rner tof Clintin rnril
Mamanb strleat, thence- ru an mtth 1711 fort.
thbmm wet i fet, thence north 1711 fet,
heme emt 166 fast to, IMlegnnin. IIOtIIim. Aime.
part of n A tft c: lot nm S4, n cyof r. i l.
inning at the nw erner ef iaid lit andi runi
li 1 fht 1 s na. th encemouth 170 feot.
thm West I feet 14 Inchr,. thenI e
meit f I test to hexlnninar Slim).
Will Irmehll, a emt ad Ili PFranklin :utai
LO P9 4ofT l#T ttcltno e sn'tt ot',',
Edmim1 Joanm~nm West % of umith 'v of T e' tlo
MI, nl aofu i, hoeti m ei.
ANim Mathoew Part uf north 4 of T c kt tno W,. n
Sf ~ oe to wit: Bginning at the n corner
Iaid iat mad rna w-et mn MerCarty street i|M
them s south 140 fet, t. hm"ie eat iF) ft.,
M mbstimetr. tlhem'r netorth 140 fetl to hr-.
uiming. house, 4ON.
NtafAd Harrimm l'art oaf tnorilh of e ktt mno
111 rth 4 of rN. 'i., tat wit: Hlt'linliiolr nSt the
w earner of amid klot and run lMb, thecte mouth 141 felt, theoce i- set 17'1
fet, M'en north 14e feet t I lWtn.inlnr. .IM,
a11 d 0et4 to-wit;. foliini at the n a
euerm ur fd Mlt M=l run theM- w 17 feet
theme 14* feet thel ea It 17 ft to meft n 140
top ieoftgianlng.
F Cf, iagt frt Ml. Ahh CI ly Part
rh eH Ve T to M.,rth *of-.01,',. A,
wIQ "Min r the w eunrner of etil lot
fM rgMt e ft I Inrhe. (hnsea m*outh 2140
fe-st. thMes Wesit et I Inche., theciwenrth140
tI to bIlInnling. huml,- la.
Dirt1 Id( w is MOtMfA t4i4#. ho- o T Ai noa,

U W Wr.'- Part sf T ktno n O, '. i r,,,

g ~ eo *I %. aginning at the ne*ct ermed rf
Ilot and ruin anuth !0 rtet. th*neir. wist 711
fe 8 nhes. thpme- iJ fs't. Ihani'

Ma. Ub F Durhantlt l~eft dIii the w side'
eAd m>e third of n of T lot ie ,n'T o e.
so *house. 010m,
rsilt ame'h-- W an third oft n f T. (' t nw
CAOtga r.t 5. d Tn LCletUf. aI-' r f ie',T "
tl msi. Isn ind tO.nti nofr 17 t her...,, i
ft S Iteheoes tIheO s InelTCh T ( Mt ,'i. n
lof 0Thisn i1 uot r.n p pe.p a

fes U iaehes ad thee aIde bur ho61. 101
iei-) -T ult eI I. n T uf r. nt it IM

Mis gy W Dens.,. agent for t(1- lamaon em-
telrw % fn T lotniati3.ni S ofrc









GW bll ue3aeof Te Cnolta. n 4 of
o d. wNo.
Mimit Williram Part uof t of TC t l to u. n tn
e 4 heinmmni at the. *~ornmer of maId lt
Sr a 14fet ~thensew 44Min fet theme' s
I4 feet thee. 4M feet inches to elgrnning.

J TI 1oPar ab t 4of T IotCo.t.n ,n
AO i td m ftopw: eams mein lat
tsM o -, f l dlOt and run t n fet
UrI O o 7te t 9 7 fast th es w e feet
iC lmiNo a Sir Mru A-h ~heum P
VCGt m 4m fe Mr. AbbP Ni ONY-ar's

of the a eofTC CWot.,n i ofe o % desHribel
a follkrw"; eanmencing at a point 75 fete n of
the w car. of mid lot 3 and then run n r.,
feet thmo 1.10 feet e thenca 141 fowl its Clin. I
tont. thmeew 90 frtthe n n76f t.t i e"ce
w 90 feertthe plemsof tegrtnning,. 2 hoiwn.. .
s taMrt or ~a o#Tnt ot e 1, n *n of eo lt N t-
te .e*r tend M<'(arty
eft r. theamoelsl4foetnt e w 46tt n '* ieofh..
themna 140 feet to bMinnin'r 4w ).
IlJ ,rri m. afwet for children Part ,f n I ,,f
SC lot L n 4i of cro |quarlr lP',u. rtiloi
at-'wtta Ugltfin *at the n w rer of ..., selit
e ri ft then. 149 fow thlnc i ne 140 fet to l the |>l*r Stanford Hfarriwoe--Part of n ', of T C lot rno '1. ir
pl of o eo dewcriewld town, I-Ife-vrtomi at ai
point W) feet east of the n w -rnrcer o .jsi'l ItI
an l run amlt o ftwl, the.rn'- p,,tah I lt f.-t,
there i 0 f('st, there north Iioi fe'*-t to .minlt
id hberinni,w huM, op. l)o.
Geo I Deviv, agent TC lot .1, ri p of (e t S,1 ti
C(e I nIwsv. parent T r let 14. r oW f o o i ",
(*,i I fhiv D. avent TC' oi 47. n 'of < '. nr : 1
Ior l If Palnw.r TC' t,. io I arll ,' I f (C, ',,
lr It ((;Gamble. TC l' ol :1 sal I, o.ith of o .
hoip i se n1.t
(;GZo Mitrhe.ll, areiptt fC,r Nane-, Ki-rritr-4P I'pat
of, 'I' C hlotIi o uth l i' f (',, IM' i,,rsoits.o' ,it .'
erorrwr of ee^ il loe as l rnnirl itib o',,rth It ,
Ioutmvlev rdl mtrev't :-1 fwat. thierce'i. w ,,ei Is, f 'e,
lthoner mo thi .t' f.w.t Malpui m*lr''lto t. t cr..'
npe l 40i fi 'f ,l Ia-Kvin' ivni, i1, on F sp. S'_110
John (; Iile'y. ltrijtev- fir etorefl Mettho'lil ,i ft r, h
T C( lot 1. o, iith t t f Co Ie c x '-'e-lt :i ft. ', ,
MIhmloi rd s troil t i nit V f t t e on, M;lhi- .st.
in Ihe*i r iortin r ,f imadl l t., iut.., Ai
Drr I F C 'almrr *r TC (loit 7, with .. o ,f IC.',,. I ht.. '
fiinlal W Claylon. gisaritlan for 1.frlhfin A Ifhrir)
A awl ('lyd.e A Clayto, T'I lol ". ..1,cit .f
('p *.. ho us 'SIM.
liv rirnia Wilihii.. T C ilt ;, hith c,, o f '..
hiainM 1c ; 4i'
Mrs Kate A Il(.'t y ~twidio '. s *Itexerni l l i f :c!-
,lwe'-dl T C kot t10. P ulh '.tjt f Co 'c. ,I I .,
Mr Mary IN',iI-rry TC l 11, oII, t .. .. f ',,
Mrs Mary iefte rry C ,i : ,u1c h 1 ,,f c .. 4.,
Janre f leunter T C' lot i, octi I of t, hoicc
tat t

WtI A tt~ie'y TF ( ieitle.s,owii c cl'ccc -icc

)r II E I'almr,.r T C lo,, 21,. nou h t of ,, i,, I
a. hou pese JlSI.
Toun.y Willimar, T r lot no 21, oetih c of. ,, r
if hoiuHew u 4 l.
w Ilanry tIciiHlaHM T C' lot 't.'. ncllh ', f ... ',
" houm. rJPH.
t. Jennie Hnoe l W lt f, T ( lot ,.: I ,,,f ,,
houso s .P 11).
f DIanil Hn,-' 1l s,. hocmi $2rd.
I. Alh*x J teo loart i of TJC hIt 21. -,eni h or2 *.. f
I, I I $2f .
.* Johnt V Ianir'I TC lot 2, Miaulh i of <, ,. ,fc'or o
'artl ofet I iptof T C lot '7. . I I .
- rol'dil to wit; IIjI1K n in.i/;t11 f.-et w. i of Ihr |
.- C.-' corner o said lot / atmtl then 1, w P Iw fi I
tt tlie, W ootiItI 1SO freet. the-n,' e- si A' l ', i, ,. i )thre .'
f tnorli t 111 f e t, thence we-t, it fe .l, hl, i. c I 'i
do fewl to |IeI-c f herniiniS 5i!,Il. .
T-'*c,,y Williasil Te 2.C n cN, I moth '.f e4 '
II h,,. $|1i1 ; i
te Ia,-ir. S u r11110
- J W I-errill T' h 'ol .aI. a of t, 4 't 1 .I|l I.I f( :
. Mrs KElsio e- lle ,a f m' 0) II u .
f Mrm Matildci Mo.rie.ll als o fe.-t l of T I lot i.
I je ro i. I t,,e e i$(Al
, Mrs it A l'inh T1 t I ts nrdl :e, of .o c, s
t hoe p Hllvey M t<-lrk > T e h' C :c7o it 3 .7 f (o e. I,. *
C A itryien. Hr T I' INt 41. .4ft o ', I.. .
Stw. ,

AnniMe Griff half ofTC lot 11G. s half ofu c W. C. T. U. Tf ace With Death.
4r. house. -V200.
John':. Nintn Tf lot 11 7, .. f ,f ,,r. I i*,,- .I The Woman's Union Prayer-meeting "Death was fast approaching, "writes
i. was held in the Methodist church Mon- Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla.,
Inouia Alexarv.,r N halff, w ,h;.lfrfT Ilot I-, 'day afternoon. Mrs. Edmondson led the describing his fearful race with death,
O halt f cr,,' r. hou "',J.. i meeting and gave a most interesting "as a result of liver trouble and heart
^Anthory rick. N hhalf,.-r hfatfo T f iti, l-.H and helpful Bible study on the subject, disease, which had roblbed me of sleep
)ailt ,of c' rh,,. .. Walkmng With God.'" The personality and all interest in life. I had tried many
NotC of AWiicatlon for (harder. of Christ and the real step by step different doctors and several medicinee,
walking with Him daily and "moment by but got no benefit until I began to lie
moment" was the central thought. "To Electric Bittern. So wonderful was
N or cFH i ei.tY <;IVN (iF INo IN. do the commandment and the law, to their effect that in three days I felt ike
,..r.ton ,i ot. .r.... r',Ii I,, ;...iI i. o love the Lord your God, and to walk in a new man. and to-da 1I am iurw%
f.ovf nr.,, ,. orr, w.it,.r ,,,-4, fr all Hii sways, txo cdeave unto Him and all my troubles." G(uarante,. d at
or.i pitont ii,,,rl-,r:ia i,>> t h.,n I r ai.fionti.i 4 erve iHim. "To Walk in Newness of drug iss. Rice .5( k
ati'l l .u re,,,. rile, It I. y 1A.,iit. $r ,, ir t ,, i'*. Life, '" To W alk Circumspectly" and -
I,y h' larrm.., f I IC <,. f ,,Vi,,r.r t',,i ,,nn,. fr 'Worth y of the Lord." These and Wanted I
the itnirls. urn ,t % ir. h, I.r,,- .. f.I rth f ia tlfi r t ,1w
,r,.-.c ,,. ... 1. ...., ,,f .,, i. v. Iu..,,, A many oth r thoughts were brought for- For any on<1' of the following issue's
w i. Mk.i, ward, and helpfnl suggestions given of The T'l'l I imocrat we will pay ten
lA It i o f ., "' ." with themrn.
,, I s. 'l' Testimony and remarks were made by No. 1. M.rclh ; Ni,. 6. Alril 7.
F 4 M'... different ones present, and the meetings Thlatv:ir. t.o1n|l.lte' uri' les. We
wws s.li ritual and hlelj ful The. mtnieting also wish tiS Se. 'ure1 co..CIIies of the( ft llo w-
We.. i I.. . l, t ., ).i.. i i. a ... ,;->. ni iiext week will be h, il in the Balptist in1 f,,r which wi ll pay liVt e nt.,
,tl.... f,.r ,h.. I ,' f ,.,,, ~ ........ ,, .,,, 1c church, at .1 o'clock, on Millidayi after- w w: v
fcr.i,r.,i Ih, i . .. .I- I Irt t...I l ol All ladies are invited to attend. N,, ];1. May 211; No. 11, July 7; No.
l'. ". c ,,,iti, fill- V. ... ...Ia i ... I, tI ,, r;ulford County make's unother one< 20,L. JLuly I ; NeI. -:1. '.uiv 21 N .
r,,i-..i..-' ,,,, ...... ... I f tih. n<,w .1i; c ri tiinte's in this State that 2,. AuL, ni t 1; No. 27. Septe'lmi'ber i : No

l .. .. .do, i. 'I' believe in the ,saloo.ns. The.' hFlave :i1, Septenml) .
,, .. ,, ,. ..,, . jst hill ; a "wet and "iry" election.1
a.h*iil I..- I f., 1 ,1 ..p d...H d..; ;.i il the' "diryvs won bjy at least i u;{ Chapped Hands.
1.1 i th . ,,i ,. I .. .. ; 1 .j i,'Y. lven t 11l- drinking i m an hinm s lt l
'1,1,:e ,, : .I... ...N.... , ..' ,I .... n..ws full well the baneful intluewn ..ces d W si.h yl.t i' h.nl .rls wiha il: l.n w*';lte,
of tfit op-n alnIoo n ,id that si.ak-' l t ,.,
TI,. .,,,. ..... n, ,, ,, ,, I. a W andi blind tige rs are not toi I L.. ial ve st r her f 'f ht i rt g to .l 'el ,
,, ,. ,. ,,,. ,,, c edan wh ren earth m O)ne ha th il a sp) c i i 's certain. 'i'lhs' salve
l. ar, fi i s, c,, ,,, ,,,,, ... ,,, ,r" h, t ,f,. 1 .a tio n 'if tlJ law ; the, otihir i t a vi n(- i s i ll'll l f"r i stas F or
t, r l o.t, ,r f *, f,,r i t t.. ', *',1 r ,t oh, .a l* ht f lrt 0 11 i f la w "T h e o tp e n s a l.t i n dle tfie s
r,.t. 1, 1 orb tb,. ," ni l ,i h l ,".. m >, $11 r. I the moral n and i(ligious sentiment of a i ( I
,,.,v,. ,, .. ..... ,,,;,. i,,, ...... ., d , u,,,, ,, ,, ,,ziti lv, know ing it has the rig ht tot 1 H1 i t w ho lia. li ..n ar-
't''* Irn t 4' P" l T' ic tr.i .te P:1.i ll ti ll. ice oftt the2
W .r : 1 1:4 1. f' - :&I &I .. do-al otit liquid bell and .,, I., h:. hl h ,,I,, .I .. t, .... b v th- l law while the speakeasy is ;t t iL t t h. r '. ha.
,,.,, ,, , .,d : .,, ., ,1 ,,I ...... w,, i l .,, frightened creation of Som e n depraved ll' t Week t, to k u thr. ill-'<1v
S,,. ,,,, ., il living in daily fear of the law, iand .
ne I'-vr has, and never .ani have, a.l.ythinl .
'hi,, ,e ...... ,,r ,, ,, ,, like he influence the opt en, legalized sa T 1.t 1) 10",tlc 'ith't il.ee', "'iedl:I tif eIIlo ',
ih,,, ,, ii ... ., .1' ..h' :.';, c i,,...l.. li. ond has W ith the saloon it h l s the. I) l ,,'c m w e'" r "'j,,ice'l.d a:t his
.,t.. ,, .,,,.. ..i.. ,,, ...,,h l.. n right tI exist by its license, but the i at- i':l I rue. tlis w k, frorn his cis-
,,,,,, -,, I .., ,,,t 1 .,, I h ,I ,.,, blirll t I ) h h, t, n tar'v .S n r 1 I' 'sit to )V irg inia. G ov-
rr* ,ctr \l d 9 h, itT o \ f'.? tic,- pc. k l mcI tigers have none, ianl should nit tFl*i ilI 1 s lt,. ,' .sit tt \ rgii,.a (;fv-
.... i, 1 .... i ... .. :... .e.t'. ,, . I,,. tole.rate,,d in tiany place. ,i'tc 1 lct ih i il 'il I'n nic -t
II. ,i f,r 1t 4 ,,,, It,. t.la iI 1I II ,li,, All honest, earnest seekers of (;od are'" ii, ing ishe it iei, having e.(cn a l-
Si..... i ,1'.,t" ,, ,,, It , ,* i.... t,- in hIi heart united, whether they know it u til,; l and trtt l s rvant o(f the p.eo l,.t il
l Ic . ', c' I ,or noI t. T hou, g h d istinct ats the b)illo .ws. '.i il, hi cih ant h eotorahl le Iositi,,ons
S,, ,, f'" '" ':" th'v arE onet as thesea; though distinct Isi th' ,l",a i hi- et rn, g rmftanthool, as
Sis th- i colors of' the rainbow, they are'. "'c'l't Sc** f Stte' C
*'t,. i ......... ,f .. ,,. ,.,,i ... ,, ,, ..., I i.'on as. the piure, w white light w which those troll'r. I nit'c-l State. s h ii' r vey 'r- ;el.n teral
hl. h,,. r,,i,, ,,,, ,,,, ,it < .. ., A I' ,, .I,., ., \ c,., .Io cr'f .o ilepoe. '['le m mount of truth has- ;"id .'tO ',, (;G 4 n.- r ofef th.e S at.l. lie'
Iti ta v c. *it ** r r i t, ,iinl .. nl ,n paths ThoIse who are c n I,,ic ti w ll airn l lc inil
' ","i '. ,I c ,, ,"', c . h t.i,;,, r 1,, .,i,,, ,* 'by f1'l rent ways w ill bl led onw ard and| ,1 t .
,,, .a-, t ..,.. *, f . .u a. ', ,r- upward by the Holy G(host, till event- n ii j. it t e'l ;e cct'r-u ini it
,,., ,, ,I .I c,, c -,, ,., I , i . ; ,. i. i |ally they find them -elv s standing side wan cf l' .-illi C'i hi seL tci.' pl,,pil
S ... .,, l i.. 1 ', ie c , .,,, . ,y c ,hle bet fore the throne of th lt ,r- of I '"l ri t, l l v h
il a ci art , ,,,. ., I.e hctll ,, ic h h' ti
w .,'i .1.- a, 'c :. -... t of .,, t, >,.,. ,ra,,i ih,. nal. A lfired W M onterit. li ,.l il
lII, ir I ,1 t cr i. '1 h' I< c tl,- ,h r h, i 1 I( '. -1 l v l I| i r.'< ii I I c Itr 1 h li' ti n -
of I i .l- ... ; ., =... ,,.w ,n1 1,., ... h,>n ,,l ra ti tr V.. "I li n,, i" 4 t 1I r, : t l ,.i ,11ii 1",, to
P ".tl .'.t.. .- .... ,-f ,tc ..Ic.,, ., .,,,,,,tt ;,,i C nst pa tion. .. .. a il' u ti llth i Ilc t',,.r* th '- -* thei
t* 1 .1 t 1 * .* Ih I I .I 11 h ti l bI I
'i cl n, .i, e / c' i ; I -,, I' ..... I- ,i t A.H.It. liac i l fi allh is ah.soltutely ii1,,osil,., it I Ir) I "fl prIl In II l thpl i I,.- ,,f t:m s n .
ci,, i ,l' i. I It C. ;,- 1.,rit ; t 'lstipation I le present. M atny; vi .'t'hi)tUl: i t eVei, rle',. it i ellt i t .ulli.'s'
,,it. t i icc, \ i I'.I ,I'. A I "*" kl ""'",c I,1 1'i; of liverand kidlne\ ctrion )l int hlavi an l tlt sit-llset I in:1:;,' il. 11iii :1111 tlops
,c i Ic.cI s' i tprunfl foni t rnglected c'c i.stip i iti wt i 1itIh t It i' t r,,i ;I rti-A liru1 ih call ,. r
I h ci, i *,n, ii 'l.a.d l rah, l c n. i it ' l pl a l onilitiln i. unniw 'ec.s- iiilitatl tIo lov ti tihe' gent, a 1i nlI s a t il
Th. h c .'.',. ,' .- ...... 1 ', chhc.,it.' . "icc cI' c,l"'' ; irv. There is a cti r for it. liufrbini, tc'' siti'.rdiiL- NIo, his. \' liit'i ;Irc i.f r al 1i"til
It Ii l c t. ,, ... ,I,,f 'v w ill speedily r'rmne'(ly m matters. ('. A ti '' chill (o tli 'r t i i 'ntr'v \i hv, it is Iull
\ iI is .indsay, P' M Brorsons i. Fla writes, a stt[I t, tft Il r f | ,l'rt i %i, which w .it;( ,
*l ih' iiii. .t .1i ,., 1,,,, 1' it . I' , i. l''I'le ruary 12, 1912: "ilH having used I Ilerl 1 .' ] ,I clie to i s n1,ng t '' ah l l l ie. lile'
.cci,,, ic.- ,,, ,,,,.c ic ,, Ic, .. . ,c, c ,, 1 1. .. 1 .. f it ',. I filt 1 it a tin. e' u1'lin'iel1 i'f r coe,< ti t cc il .. liltp It It.o il l i o 1. 1' . i, ... I, h.,,. nation. 4) cents a; I ,t I F ,tr c'cl Ic y \.. 1- 1 i:\ 'hl ,,, .
A It liiih ,kc t ..c 1. 1,ic. I .. "'t i. A .I .; ll iltugg ists.

it II cc.s iIhchact I- i hc t
S Ittot W 'tt I'crl ofe T I' l of t L ,1. ; ,. :;;;;:.: I 4 I
eocrile IeIm fo,,llow .' iss o niilit fi c t I'i | vi' of i,,, ll I' h ti ,. c
I the w iornte r o4f iai l le t a nil ru n m .' .*itIil i f l f . -
lI11'en1 'er O f1e t a' t I "i t, IN' 1 1 h. ,, r II .W l ;e 1 i ..c h.c.
h flI Is the ilie of bIe lnnrie,,i houl ti. h ti o Iu e ,ic ,',, ,1, l. c 1.i, i t,. I,, rne I, Ih Inh 1 chv,
.1 W F'"rrer ll 'iPartl f r C lot 42. ',; of o ', .. A1,.
I o theild l a fellhwei Re innio,,y at theN w 4 1,1 p'ol'I.
t i r of nlteil d isrnil run r e fri-c-l. the ce n -i-c I -" I t A i : it.
IheVll'.e w I; fe4-t. tIhlenc K Mp fin l e tp, h |h I1.. i '.
S of t-i ttinneiior. I C ta I. .1 irl u, w lf C I I' .
:1 housa'. $1,.ie I t 1ci ,, :
Ithl. (iamh le A Ie,*t. T ( lot I-. C If ,. ,
ho-ti e' $ 110,1 I llc' II I I l|, q ) il' I l t I 1 I1 l i l I I.
I; Is F F nro el I ,i of T T Itf N ,, Ic .'f '' ,),)IN h, I| l | ,', t l, 1 ; a llP l, 1 I .
S'0I, W I, '1 s,, 4it sl h ,,m lo 'l .f ,c I ,1l I I .11 , 1 l V 1 1 i 1 1
rrun ne f. et'l. thie' '. w ic f ' '. ,,, i'" e' t l.ir 'l at#e\ i l d l I g
fle t th enre etiet 11111 feset1 t i .i, i,.l i .f t,1l lll I| 1 tic cl'' p. re.t nI ll ih ;
I'briilnnI Ihpthmisw'l Al tI"tAl o T 'I a'' i "i. .s
t tof ', I 'e. I tsl. i n. t tl he- w .,,c, t .,f' i :,,. I ;11 i. i1 \ I I S', t' e l1. hel' i i. T Ic 'I ,
lisl IU nttil run N 1;-t fI l. i iht ., t' ci fr .e I 1 ,, 1 I th c-. c I.
then a 180 faet. lthence w 711 f .tl tIl th l- f 1u t c lI f
liv'git atingl heitmtt Vel 0ti T
oinelh Mil1er I'ari l 'fT'i C t o ii. ,,f,'.4t r o ., ''i tl t c le.i w it ,st.,:>|i ;l(i I 'iii1. "a :i'
i rntningi al Ihoen a< 'ior tof mancl lo I ri 7;, Wi ll Ice i ld I ltV tl ihlt :1 ill 1 I tII la l i11;t\
4 fe l 'tthe'nte w' 170 f le, lhe,' -int ';' fist i. er I ( 11 11-i ili' -' I I it' | ,'tit ,'ni i;tr 1 litt Ie'-
Sf170l fet lto s lerinnliinr. h oit ,' e' it h 1 l ; ,, l t i it i Ill 1 11
t-lt~nnltelt I t ti ir, ror ohf h i- .l 1i,. it.l .1 0 n 1 r Caiir Inle e nl'-c C 1 e' l I IIIIiil

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l Jami Iloullanl T C l.t .; of . ,, h ., A | ;ilcI\ :il 111 cili .e
1 (I wtiie i'leernle itnI AlIce n>e Ie lac v 'o, I '
I A .f Th-,. ,rol t.rl) Matesn' Troahl le .
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I'A Htry nt Mr. T' inote r m l, 1.1 i. .tnil '11i t1 c Oiw1 l'' I' 0*tl e i tln.\1 :111'41 III ie-
Itnlf 'e( ve r.hen ,. StAl., )I.i t l '' i it l 'tI I I l eI t II 11, 1 I'riegrs MN r*in entol thea TC' ist iA,. t hil ,, .'1' I 1 I,| \ l,, ti Wi.4 c,,'iI ri', H' lect h '.
I1 w enl.i 1;.
tflawslif'Ia V'eur and l Alalsesui ,l actiki .f ee 4'.111', 't ,I|Il II \ :1. e' ci p'a ,,'t 'cIh' l
it l.a imIta fills ur 4 1' T I&t4 lie'.. 'I' -(.' h, T 4 1.-1 ? ,,hit I t:e, I, Vti,,IiT1' p IIIT t le Ie,, I,' :f.l lt
heIad .lhim0 t efito(rope1r. $*41)I slVl 'ti ,, "11, 1" t c\\ e ,:t1,%- Iceiir'.
ti; G ri a ll ndt Ailaeiml s i tl ny 1o *l'1 '. I'1 1
Me rT Cenner '1 (T h.t A7. m hal' c i '' i I uii liel ric'i I ct it n llir iii l'a iii
l 71. h lf ,f r o ir. ll Ilii rl I. I I1:111 ; ii i i ct i Ii.

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hoepte 1 y .lll,'I p':I o'l :lini -
Nastn h, .lne T h 1, Iif ,,'rC ci .i ,e .. ..lr : c 2 iIel' I lit I i|.t y I it Iltrl porltr' it Art-
lIot N,, I .-,.tho Uniht th1t's pretty
Annit l 'h.r i t. ( I ,,, A ll,, ,I,., T (ci I It ts. '-h l1 r t
left 4, hlif ,-f .e' ir e in1, lut Nltll'eh$ ,a i -. 'c11 1 'l'h.e '\' h:1t li te
Nannie J t T|u in Clht t..hi n hnl f o .. .ir .'ih...I lhe-Ii ItI'\te I Il, I 'll tlhilll 1t I lt ti lle 'w .
S Iu. .\ Vrit 1 ,i : cil)|11 tip' i111 ,I I S.'P
NlIlt I.ukei TT 'los .I hA elf |it o h o,. ,a .
6 40( ). Ih ,,) h 11lps. (,,1 \ ,' '|1,. pogl, ih ,,
A It R Twit T '' het ItM o half of e4..1, l .c*, .r
45t 1. 'I'hel Ite.-lilaw ni t <** eeiClan.
N .rft'.et Kinnio', a,'"'t r l "rt '.- kce T' r ea1' ti' r.'| li'c-: us4l v r;':ttlIi i- 1n't Ie' "'e' s1":l-
lot t. sP half of ro ir hiome..' t lI
Ita'hel It&.y w half of T lo w. h ,h f .. ,, r n I r pr.
hnuw se m nt e. '"4 It I:tlvy ie lith r I el ilJoit II n '
Mrs MN H eNltnns K half of T (' C lt it s. hall f i nllhtil tt r ,'prp-iv\ hqIelIn IIi1, al it it illsl'-f pnll-
a-s air. ha.ottlse tNiP 1 lto i1 l I "- rvm t' e itAI- I't N1 e'4 ',."
l) 0 Athlinoftin T t it l) haalf.4 o ai, r 2 ho cs. I) .'ri I'I .
*WH. ley Gro.go It. Plcird.
W rI"u.ia. IPart of T C' le no tile. S iatilf4,f -4-
or, deiribed as follows: I1eHrinnsnli at the To flerPoierr h11r I ll d.
n w emrsnt f aiM Mis and rlnm e t |l fewt .
thl ere muw th 171) feew Ihen 1f liii fre. -. et,11 "uI'il t 0'tl helpl I1 tile I v ''C' 'icer III)y
toc the ,lanes of beginning. 2 hecasus, &Ien) ehasl|*l i" ikt* I tI e' pilnir \\H 11't:111.
Anthony litisrk I'art of T I' lot sno I los. hnl of c | c ljo r h I, I t ?".
ru or. errilmdl folkhus I 1 en,,nene i Ih,. "r l t
n wrner of miaki llt aril run w, ,el *I> f.J. ~h, 11t.. li ( clotheh* lite t r worn ol t."
thowneo south 170 feet. thence- utl w le,.
thecer north 171 flet to hi ilctite of htnuir
ninsr. ho,. $64 IlaMvvon never helps the lt ain whwo
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Noh Arlks T C otot no l"(o. South half of 41 .ir w it ht a *t.- H"|htlOlti
hou-s. 34oo. l W Yu wv.c i
louipia Alfslser"er T l4 rumn 100 anal ali. pes"uihLI
half Of C ufr ,4 s. - -9-vemoft A

I; la.lly w' welconte ita'lk to tlih' ranks':i
,f I 'wsI;aWp iti l, I II ,r i 1, 1o d a d111 vaiI I l I
f1 riIl, ('.,l John M. I'at lweull, w lho, with
oitl' of his splet'ndii sofIns, Mr W (' ('Call-
vwIll, hias rain ateit0 ir'led s 'ole- c,,ntrol of ,
l h. J lpr News. A I1:n 11 f inlipl',,rr ln
IlI, int,'grity, w i ,h' l n1 W'ilo i,. illti ln-
,iclt,:i alility, hi '.'will take aslhealways.
Ic;' l e pior, tincierit pl1. irti th, cn'r1t iik
,,f thlI l,'lorii|; I, .wsi ap*1 ra1'T.. ami ,ni:\
Irw rliedI to x-n, l \ev'ry ,nr.-Ty ,f hi .
iItt-i ii '-' i t r 'c ill t,- I t(I t Il ''l1iii ailg i llt
t i proLrr.-s and civic virtin iit, ri the l *,
trI llt r i t, a iiI iii liittent of vr rt fe ric
I,' ,epolit ial. ., 'i tl andh l ic'ii l .I r ,,ii t i 11. i,
w lherever it lli"y appear. i

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j(i lnling our P iallfo ('1111) *\ tIllwill calia 'L ~l aI t-ct
$ 11m) gi.~radeI(' iano ot $i 'iwmItt'l'ls'I

V. it II 'ut interest : P iano, deliv'eried t1'e( to ncat'-
(st (lt'Jttit a S (IMlr as the first Tu-I Dfllar) IsIil., 5paid.


TO1) lt t4 HiL1CC' -Old .crVtttIlls ji,; g I I4'd W t l 1)1( 1 1 o ibti,
we will form a1 ('1111) ()f (ONE IIIND10.:1 M~cmhtbrs.
and each mnemberwt -ill iet : Ita tinal(lt ti' iche le1(c..
sale prticet. "i cl it i) s limited toOE HU)l IINDREDP
rnenuIM.ns and lall itlstltrnments \will 51)4111bettak-on.


Is an instrument that has 1Meen i uf a.tur1 ('l( ill
mr own factories, with sonme special featu tres
that will make it stand the climatic conditions
of this State better than any Piano mllad e.

Send for CataloXue.

The Cable Company

IRMI E. Cast. Ma~-cr.

jAcns Lu. nIA.


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