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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: January 5, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY


5, 1906.


NO. 45.


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Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.
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nMSOUTH'S
COTTON INDUSTRY.

Was Bult Up by CeOperateom and
Enaceradsmeat From RaUroads.
A Washington correspondence of the
81st, to the Times-Union, says letters
received by some of the Senators and
Representatives from Southern States
indicate that there is considerable oppo-
sition in that section of the country to
the proposition to confer on the Inter-
state Commerce Commission authority
to fix transportation charges, and the
opinion that legislation should be con-
fined to the prevention of rebates and
discrimination seems to be growing,
especially in the South. The reason for
this is that many persons in that section
of the country who have given the mat-
ter consideration fear that, under any
system of rates made by the govern-
ment, the South would not have rela-
tively as favorable rates as at present.
RATE ADJUSTMENT.
The present adjustment of rates af-
fecting the Southern States has been
gradually evolved through the constant
efforts of the railways of that section
to develop an increased volume of traffic
by encouraging the establishment of
new industries along their lines and by
co-operating with established industries
in developing the natural resources of
the Southern States as rapidly as possi-
ble. The rapid growth of the cotton
manufacturing industry of the South is
cited as an illustration of what has
been done in this direction. In 1870
there were only 151 cotton mills in the
Southern States. On August 31, 1905,
there were 766 Southern cotton mills in
operation, with 8,211 734 spindles, and
still more mills were being erected. A
generation ago the Southern cotton
mills were manufacturing chiefly the
coarser grades of goods, principally for
local consumption. They are now turn-
ing out all grades and their products
*m.re on sale in all the markets of the
world. Another illustration of the
growth of the cotton manufacturing in-
dustry of the South is afforded by the
statistics of the consumption of raw
cotton. In 1881 the Southern mills used
only 221,000 bales of cotton, while the
New England mills used 1,674,000 bales.
In the year ended August 31, 1906, the
Southern mills used 2,140,161 bales, and
the New England mills 2,138,829 bales.
These figures show an enormous in-
crease in the output of the Southern
mills, and they show that in the last
manufacturing year those mills for the
first time used more cotton than was
used in New England.
RAILWAY COOPERATION.
It is contended that this remarkable
development of the cotton manufactur-
ing industry of the South would have
been absolutely impossible but for the
cooperation of the railways in that sec-
tion. The managers of the railways of
the South have realized that the pros-
prity of their lines depended upon their
ing able to build up prosperous com-
munities in their territory and to de-
velop a constantly increasing volume of
traffic. With this end in view they
have encouraged the establishment of
cotton factories along their lines, have
made favorable rates on the products
of those mills that have enabled them
to compete successfully in common mar-
kets with the products of mills in other
localities. The real development of the
cotton-manufacturing industry of the
South may be said to date from 1880.
Prior to that time cotton goods were
carried from Southern points at first-
class rates-the rate from Atlanta to
New York being $1.45 per 150 pounds,
and other rates from South in propor-
tion. In 1880 the Southern roads began
carrying cotton goods at fifth-class
rates, slashing the charge from Atlanta
( to New York to 60 cents per 100 pounds
Mn one cut. That rate is now 66 cents,
and rates from other Southern points
are correspondingly low.
Representative Lovering of Massa-
chusetts, a member of the House com-
mittee on interstate and foreign com-
merce, directed attention to these rates
on Southern cotton goods last winter
when the Esch-Townsend bill was under
consideration, pointing out that the
L rates from Atlanta to Boston were lower
than from Boston to Atlanta and that
Southern cotton goods were being sold
in Boston in competition with the prod-
uets of the New England mills. Thisis
made possible by the fact that the all-
rail rate from Atlanta to Boston is 58
cents a hundred pounds, while from
Boston to Atlanta it is 76 cents, and the
rail-and-water rate from Atlanta to
Boston is 66 cents, against a rate from
Boston to Atlanta of 74 cents.
r bt.tantially similarcomparative rate
abustments could be cited, showing
that the railways in the Southern States
have not confined their efforts by any
means to the development of the cotton
manufacturing industry. Rates have
ben made by which the iron and steel


actaof the South, lumber products,
Southern minerals, and the
mimets of Southern fields, garde
Ind orchards have ben placed see-
peitive markets on at t as favor-
able terms as similar products from
ether parts of the ontry.

Bsesee, oWw at Evt.9


A mTIFL SIGHT.
The **iRest *f stlas sd anlmd r*Fat
UvteJ.
[ PrbOa I tOe Ber.[
There were seen on our streets last
Wednesday three young white men, of
good appearance and good health, rep-
resentatives of respectable families in
Florida, chained together and were be-
ing conveyed to the convict camps to
work out a five ears sentence for lar-
ceny and robbery.
In a state like Florida, where there
are so many new developments on foot,
there is no necessity for a young man, a
graduate of our schools, who is willing
to work being out of employment, and
when this is not the case there must be
something wrong with the home life.
Speaking of the conviction of those
young men, the Tampa Times says :
A most pitiable sight greeted the
view of persons having business in the
sheriff's office at an early hour this
morning, the scene presented being
that of three well-appearing and intelli-
gunt looking young white men, all mem-
bers of respectable fomilles who were
sent to the headquarters of the state
penetentiary at Ocala, to serve five
years for the commission of crimes that
resulted from drinking and fast living.
The men were in charge of Warden
Bridges, who will send them to the va-
rious convict camps from Ocala, there
to remain in disgrace and oblivion from
the respectable world for the time men-
tioned.
In the trio, all of whom were bound
together with hand cuffs, was Hebern
MacWilliams, a member of one of the
best known families of the state, who
goes to the penetentiary for stealing
$750 from W. B. Cason, of Columbia
county, at the house of ill fame con-
ducted by Blanche Underwood. Mac-
Williams appred to feel his disgrace
greatly, and held back tears of sorrow
with difficulty.
Jim Mills and Leonard Hewitt, both
of whom were convicted of the charge
of robbery at the recent term of crimi-
nal court, were the other members of
the trio. They did not seem to feel
their gisgrace as greatly as did Mac-
Williams, in spite of which the scene
created considerable sadness, even
among the officers of the law who are
accustomed to witnessing such scenes
continually. MacWilliams' mother who
came to the city to be with her son in
the hour of trial, is almost prostrated
with grief at her son's conviction.
"That is about the saddest sight I
have witnessed for some time," said a
well known officer. "I have grown ac-
customed to witnessing sorrowful
scenes, but when three bright young
men are condemned to five years of ser-
vice with the toughest convicts of the
state, I can't help letting my sympa-
thies get the better of me And the
cause of the whole thing is drink.
Only 8 Tears Old.
"I am only 82 years old and don't ex-
pect even when I get to be real old to
feel that way as long as I can get Elec-
tric Bitters,' says Mrs. E. H. Brunson
of Dublin, Ga. Surely there is nothing
else keeps the old as young and makes
the weak as strong as this grand tonic
medicine. Cyspeplia, torpid liver, in-
flamed kidneys or chronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric Bit-
ters a reasonable time. Guaranteed
by all dealers.
Fire at Celered Nora&L
Just as the old year was spending its
last minutes, a short while before 12
o'clock, an alarm of fire was sounded
from box 24. and a large blase could be
seen out south from the city which
proved to be the academic building of
the Colored Normal and Industrial
School, situated on the high hills look-
ing south from the Seaboard Air Line
depot.
In the good old days of the long ago
the historic house that was destroyed
was the home of the Walkers, and many
of our older citizens have fond recollec-
tions of that grand old place, and re-
gret that another one of the old land-
marks, after so many years passes
away, although for a number of years
it has been used for school purposes,
that plantation having gone into other
hands than the former owners many
years ago.
The building and equipment were
valued at $50,000. The school is situ-
ated south of Tallahassee, beyond the
water limit, and no help could be given
by the fire department The origin of
the fire is unknown.
The building was insured, and will
soon be rebuilt, with new equipment.
The Colored Normal is one of the
schools provided for by the Buckman
bill.
Hew to Avoid Ptmemsla,
We have never heard of a single in-
stance of a cold resulting in pneumonia
or other lung trouble when Foley's
Honey and Tar has been taken. It not
stregthes the luns. Ask for 7..
toir'sllomeyaid Tar aad refuse any
suftte offered. Dr. C. J. Bishop of


A w XMich., writes: "Ihave d
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Sobscribeto the True DsoeraL


CANAL EXPOSITION
PROCLAMATION.


covRMn O BWrm GIVES
PROVALTO PLAN.


AP-


The following proclamation has been
Issued by Governor Broward, calling
the International Isthmian Exposition
to be held in Tampa in January, 1908:
State of Florida, Executive Depart-
ment, Tallahassee, Fla., December 80.
-Whereas, It has peen suggested that
an International and IsthmTan Exposi-
tion he held in the city of Tampa, Flor-
da, during the months of January,
February and March, in the year of our
Lord, 1908, in honor and celebration of
the commencement of work on the con-
struction of the great Panama Canal by
the Government of the United States;
and.
Whereas, Such an exposition will di-
rect the attention of the whole world
to the unsurpassed climate of the State
of Florida, its boundless agricultural,
mineral, industrial and commercial re-
sources, and its superior maritime ad-
vantages as the highway of the world's
commerce when said canal is opened for
traffic;
Therefore, I, Napoleon B. Broward,
Governor of the State of Florida, do
hereby issue this, my proclamation,
calling said International and Isthmian
Exposition to be held in the city of
Tampa, Florida, commencing in the
month of -January, in the year of our
Lord 1908, in celebration of the com-
mencement of work on the Panama Ca-
nal by the Government of the United
States; and I call upon and urge all the
the citizens of the State of Florida to
unite their efforts in support of said Ex-
position, and I also request and urge
the Senators and Representatives of
the State of Florida in the Congress of
the United States to invite and secure
from said Congress an Indorsement of
said exposition and a reasonable appro-
priation in aid thereof.
The Governors of the several States
and Territories, comprising the United
States of America, are hereby cordially
invited to secure the co-operation of
their State Legislatures in aid of said
exposition, and are requested and ur-
ged to secure a proper representation
of the resource of their respective
States in the exhibits at said exposi-
tion; and,
His Excellency, the President of the
United States is hereby requested and
urged to issue his proclamation through
the State Department of the United
States, inviting foreign countries to
participate in said exposition.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the great seal
of the State to be affixed at Tallahassee
the capital, this the 80th day of Decem-
ber, A. D. 1906. N. B. BROWARD,
Governor.
By the Governor, Attest:
H. CLAY CRAWPORD,
Secretary of State.
APPRECIATED COPLIMENT.
The Tallahassee True Democrat tries
to live up to its name as near as any
paper in Florida, and all must admire
the paper for its candcr.-Gainesville
Sun. .
A Thessasi Dollars Werth of Geed.
A. H. Thurnes a well known coal op.
erator of Buffalo, Ohio., writes: "I
have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder trouble for years, passing grav-
el and stones with excruciating pain.
I got no relief from medicine until I be-
van taking Foley's Kidney cure, then
teresult was surprising. A few doses
started the brick dust like fine stones
and now I have no pain scrss my kid.
neys and feel like a new man. ft has
done me $1000 worth of good." For
sale by all dealers.
The Miami Record tells of a funny oc-
currence in a newspaper offiee which.
of court, was not the Record's: "A
Joke too good to be suppressed any
longer happened to a newspaper editor
in-well, not a thousand miles from
Miami, the other day. He was sitting
in his office smoking, when he had oc-
casion to use his telephone. He arose.
laid the cigar he was smoking on a chair
and took down the receiver. Just as
he lifted the receiver a friend stepped
into the officee and started tosit down in
the chair. Not realizing that the oper-
stor could hear what he was saying,
and Just as she was about to say 'Num-
ber, please,' in her sweetest tones, the
editor yelled 'Look out there, you'll
burn your pants!' For some reason
communication between him and cen-
tral was immediately cut off."-Times-
Union. ^_ ^

A. B. Canman, Chicago, writes March
4, 1908: "Having been troubled*with
lumbao at different time, and tried
oe physam after another, then dif-



and will adds amy toen f
mierers." Fersaleb ya
Lg paper, -. per gI re at R.
J. 3rans.


FREA ADVERTISING.
Western ask** e Methods" Which do
not Prevail ta the South.
A hardware and implement firm in
the West recently devised a unique
scheme with phenominal success, the
climax proving not only amusing to the
populace, but profitable to the firm.
This firm sent to every farmer in their
vicinity, several weeks prior to the
event, a circular offering a prise of $10
in gold to the person who, on aspeci-
fled Saturday, should bring into their
town on one vehicle of any description
the largest number of persons, the only
requirement being that they should ar-
rive before noon, and that each load of
humanity should be counted by a mem-
ber of the firm in front of their place
of business.
That nearly every farmer in the two
counties not only nibbled, but did his
best to run away with the bait, hook,
sinker and all, was demonstrated on the
designated day, when from every direc-
tion, over every road,, vehicles of all
descriptions and conditions, some drawn
by beasts of burden of the bovine spe-
cies, but mostly by equines of pedigree
and well-groomed appearance, began to
pour into the town, each conveyance
loaded to its capacity with men, women
and children.
They began coming soon after sunrise
and continued until nearly noon. As
each vehicle arrived and deposited its
occupants in front of the establishment,
the crowd of sightseers as well as con-
testants increased.
The number of persons brought in by
each contestant varied from twenty to
fifty until 10 o'clock, when a man arri-
ved with fifty-one. He thought he had
the prise until another farmer came in
at 10.40 o'clock with a wagon fifty feet
long, carrying eighty-six persons. This
was so far ahead of any other contest-
ant and it was then so near noon that he
figured he could not lose.
"You have it to a certainty," said
one of his party.
"I reckon that's what," said he, as
he put his hands in his pocket and walk-
ed away. He could already feel the
money jingling in his clothes. His con-
fidence was so supreme that he bought
a new hat and a new tie, and then went
to a barber shop and got a shave, hair-
cut and shine on the strength of his be-
lief that he has won the $10.
But hardly had he emerged from the
barber shop when a shout went up from
the crowd and they beheld approaching
a vehicle the like of which was never
before deen in the streets of this town,
and probably will never be seen again.
The conveyance was eighty-five feet
long and twenty feet wide. It moved
on eight wheels and was drawn by eight
horses. Seated on the elongated ve-
hicle were enough men and women,
boys and girls to start a colony in Okla-
homa or open a reservation in Dakota.
The man who held the reins with the
skill of a circus driver over the eight
horses was from a village of three
houses and thirty persons fifteen miles
away. He drove around the square,
followed by a throng of cheering per-
sons, and proudly pulled up his octet
of steeds at the proper place, where
the load of laughing visitors was coun-
ted, one by one. There were 110. -
Hardware Dealers' Magazine.
A Tragic PdMlsh.
A watchman's neglect permitted a
leak in the great North Sea dyke,
which a child's finger could have stop-
ped, to become a ruinous break, devas-
tating an entire province of Holland.
In like manner Kenneth Mclver, of
Vanceboro, Me., permitted a little cold
to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was
only averted by Dr. King's New Dis-
covery' He writes: "Three doctors
gave me up to die of lung inflamation,
caused by a neglected cold; but Dr.
King's New Discovery saved my life."
Guaranteed best cough and cold cure.
S0e and $1.00. Trial bottle free. All
druggists. *
Be a aKa.
He who says "I will I" over and over
to himself and tries, and who keeps on
saying and trying, is bound to win,
whether he be only 18 years of age or
WI The trouble with the average man
or woman is to be found In the too-
ready disposition to give up. The king
(the will) is dethroned long before 80,
sometimes before 60 and even before
40 The individual thinks he has lost
his change and the Saripture says; "As
a man thinketh in his heart so s he."
He thinks he is not good for much and
so thinking he is not good for much.
He has lost his grip.
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The Ortigial.
Foley A Co., Chicago, origins ted
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon.y
and Tar may Imitations are offered for
the genuine. These worthless imita-
tions have similar sounding names. Be-
ware of them. The genuine Foley's


Honey and Tar is In a yellow package
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the best remedy for coughs and
colds. Soldby alldsalers.
SURVEYING.
W. T. BAmmXRMAM will do your Sur-
an y~wl in the State. P. 0.
A= !rs, Median, PU. sept.l 14wn


BETROTHAL
ANNOUNCED.

Miss lau Taylor to Wed Attorney-
Geoneral Ells.
At the house party which has been in
progress at the old Halle homestead at
Kanapaha, on December 29 the numer-
ous selected guests were pleasantly sur-
prised at the close of the sumptuous
dinner by the following announcement
from Mr. Justice I. Fenwick Taylor:
"Fourteen hundred years ago a cus-
tom was adopted in France that had in
it so much of good sense and propriety
that it quickly spread to nearly all of
the European states. In the year A. D.
1V00 the great Archbishop Walter en-
forced it as an ordinance of the church.
That grand old Puritan, Oliver Crom-
well the great pro-Puritan, had his
Parliament in 1653 to enact it into law.
Our Pilgrim fathers brought it with
them to the western world.
"In conservance with this time-hon-
ored custom, I now, here, in this dear
old home of her mother, around which
cluster so many sacredly tender memo-
ries, proclaim and announce the mar-
riage engagement of my daughter, Ena,
to Hon. William H. Elis, Florida's dis-
tinguished Attornny-General, the mar-
riage to take place in April next, 'when
the roses come again.'
Colonel Ellis responded in his accus-
tomed happy vein.
The happy and distinguished couple
being present, received the heartiest
congratulations of the entire company.
All the world loves the lover, and
while the whole country extends good
wishes to the prospective bride of the
White House, Florida is equally as in-
terested and as proud that two of her
young people, in whom all of us take
pride and interest, will be married next
April. For the daughter of Justice
Taylor and Attorney General Ellis are
not less interesting than the daughter
of the President and a Congressman to
the whole country-perhaps more dear
because so much nearer.-Times-Union.
Chronic Comstipatlo Cared.
One who suffers from chronic consti-
pation is in danger of many serious ail-
ments. Orino Laxitiv Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation as it aids di-
gestion and stimulates the liver and
bowels, restorin the natural action of
these organs. Commence taking it to-
day and you will feel better at once.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant
to take. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
all dealers. *
Criticism of Ceourts.
Criticisms of the courts in their ad-
ministration of justice are quite fre-
quently heard, and it is a subject upon
which the considerate thinker and writer
is bound to feel himself in something of
a dilemma. If he joins in the criticism
with enough vigor to attract attention
to his remarks, to enforce his views
upon the average reader, he must use
language which is likely to detract from
the respect in which the courts should
be held, and thus decrease their influ-
ence for good.
There are, however, occasions on
which his patience is severely tried, and
he is tempted to say harsh things which
he might afterwards regret. An inci-
dent recently transpired in Chicago, the
mere citation of which without com-
ment, will perhaps sufficiently illustrate
the particular difficulty mentioned.
Something over a year ago sixteen pow-
erful and Influential men were indicted
for an alleged crime against the public,
for a conspiracy to rob the people by
unfair means. They have never been
brought anywhere near a trial, and the
process is inits first stages -with weary
years before it ends in final conviction
and punishment.
About a month ago two men employed
by this beef trust abstracted from the
correspondence files of the trust some
papers which would have been strong
evidence of guilt. They demanded a
price from the officials of the trust for
withholding the papers from the hands
of the prosecution. The trust at once
turned the matter over to the criminal
authorities, and today both those mis-
guided young men are under sentence
for their crime The big criminals are
as yet untouched, after a year. The
little ones are in the pen within a
month.
This incident is submitted without
comment, further than it justifies the
unthinking in being persuaded by the
demagogue that the courts are in league
with the rich and powerful. It accounts
for a state of the public mind that is
growing. Tampa Daily Times.
Rev. Carlisle P. IL NMartn, LL. D.
Of Waverly. Texas, writes: "Of a
morning, when first arising, I often find
s troublesome collection of phlegm which
p reduces a cough and is very hard to
islodge; but a small quantity of Bal-
lard's Hoarhound Syrup will at once


dislodge it, and the trouble is over. I
know of no medicine that is equal to it,
and it is so pleasant to take. I can
most cordially recommend It to all
sons needing a medicine for throat or
lung trouble." For sale by all drug-
gists.


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=* TR UE. ceuni C A T The general public has long regarded The a and unthiink editorial As the time is drawing near for next Representative Sszer, of New York,
the peculiarities of legal practice in the cohorts rf reform are now their year's esmpain, we think it tfme to in a speeh on the mistreatment of the
BLISD VERY FRIDAY MORNIN. courts, particularly in criminal cases, voices in a s eherful chorus that 'Row look into the matter of finding a good Jews in Russia, took occasion to pay
SZ r M I Bism is dead," ossis whichisthet folwngeloyt t w
with a growing suspicion that the jU-omm name for laiishph ind man for Congres. the to to the Jew:
Ward as- Second Cias Matter March 1. 1906,. at dicial habit, now becoming so prevalent. ways will be nessary to organized The present incumbent is not the man The Jew needs no oulogy. All he
unf Pot oCM St Tah.i.. Iord1 undr9 of permitting counsel, under the spe- politics and organism anything else we want, for we feel that, since his asks is justice. Allhe demands
Ae o coen o h 2. 7. eo pretense of securing for their where numbe of men are b to- tilt with Minority Leader Willuiam0. phrand equality beforemthe law.
dos her for voluntary Co0-0operation. (h Tyhe rieor of his rafte frm the dawn
Oe* in Teehone Building, Corner Adan rand clients "a fair and legal trial," almost mSnrmd gentlemen which h was a v childish caper), he
cuinon gstret. Te.h, No unlimited latitude in exploiting and mistake for the death of bossism is the lost his usefulness. Such a man is dan- history of the march of humanitlo
utilizing all manner of flimsy technical. repudiation of some incompetent or dis- gerous. n*th hways of e o all an of n
ubscription, $1.00 Per Year, inAdvance. Cities, is largely responsible for the honest ofse. As for Jeff. Stephens, he is merely or the stracised and a
Advrn R- on Ap tn. many notable failures of justice which and is suiclent upon wctobase a a side issue, and will not cut much of a Jew has done his share for his fellow-
The. True .osemcrt Is the Offidal New.pw have recently occurred. good deal of congratulation among the figure in the fight. man, for enlightenment, for liberty for
of[AmCounthhtaeople. O nizations m u s t h a v e Who, then, shall we have? would be freedom, for progress and for ciiliza-
of the law and the dignity of the courts guidesandleadersg and whatever tends the natural question. tion-and he fas done it all in the face
e- of Wthe law andnte r y fo the c to raise the standardtof charact the natural question. of intense adverse circumstances. In
Tallahassl Friday, Jan. 5, 16. which characterizes the average Amer- among them is for the general welfare In looking around for a candidate, science and in art, in literature and phi-
.... .- ican, the public have refrained from and benefit. But the system- if the our mind runs to a young man who has, lanthropy, the Jew, in all lands a ain
"Publicity is the strongest foe to dis- criticism of judicial methods, and main. word be properly understood -of hay- all his life, devoted all his time and en- all times, has written his name high in
honesty and immorality of every de- tainted a respectful if ominous silenceng bosses, allhe iorwhatever yound ergy to theDemocratic party of this manhip and diplomacy, in law and in
scription. concerning one of the possible reasons mental in the progress of human affairs State. A stauncher and more usesul medicine, in ethics and philosophy, in
The union prirnters(f this country are why criminals go unpunished. 1 It therefore follows that the inform- Democrat is not to be found. He has research and discovery, the greatness
Th union prir of th cotry i ar It has remained, therefore, for one of ed and intelligent citizen will not kick served his State and his people for a challthe Jed. Iand ever and en tradun-
sns trike fr the hur day, a the judiciary itself to direct public at- against a boss simply because is a number of years in a very important in industry and hubandry, overcoming
tothy will wn tut o mot o abuse ofprivilegeboss. The kicking hould be carefully and responsible position. In filling this forces that would deter another, he has
thosea confined to hullaballoo, against bad boss-
"If thou carnst not make thyslf such which r.ender the courts impotent and es, and when it is rightly justified it position he has saved his State thous- held his own in the vanguard of prog-
an ,one. a thou wouldst, how carist thou their proceedings a ghastly farce. cannot be too vigorous. It is wise for ands of dollars and made himself asim- ess. Persecutedforthousandsofyears
thvittoreflectuinasin'he has surmounted all obstacles; shunned
expect to have another in aill things to Judge' Ioarrman. of the Federal bench, e t ec r variothese things i lar number of friends. As an officer for centuries, he has kept in the very
l in a re trial bfr him at Jco every one of their various phases and
thy likiin?" in a recent trial before him at Jackson-; make sure that our zeal and energy are he is second to none; as a citizen and front of the higher and better civiliza-
It in said that Mr. Rocke'feller's in- ville, opened the way to a new order of not misdirected. To withdraw support friend he has few equals. tion. In trial and in triumph, in tem-
come i e,.qual to a tax of e,,nt r things, and demonstrated the fact that thing,frm aisood bos wful hoi oingt'right If nominated and elected he will make pacendon landand sa, inall eraand
annum on every man. woman andwl hild t here should Ie. a limit to pettifogging fer it upon a boss who is doing wrong..us one of the best Congressmen Florida mn all places, the Jewish race has writ-
in the united Stat th in the solemn and effective ad- The fundamental rule tht it i a has ver had ten its endurg name and its eternal
minirtration of justice. man's duty to uphold the right a*ril op- We take great pleasure in putting the fame all over the pages of human his-
It has been suggested by an p-coun- was ject," ays alse the wrong prevails nrwhe.re with name of ion. J. Walter Kehoe, State's story. Civilizationowes much to the
try newspaper that the gatc'm f ouns.I wa objecting, says more force and vitality than in thi Jew; Christianity owes more. Neither
thi cutry hl nwnpapr t ntin. What wwspaer account of the incident, "to matter of politics. Nthi g is mrior, attorney for the first judicial circuit, debt can ever be paid. Destroy what
thi country hold a convention.a question ing put to a witss on eceeary to full nlighte nt The. before the people of this district as a Israel has done for the human race and
a athering that wuld the ground that it was contrary to the bonss who is himself a good man, hut candidate for congressional honors, hop- you leave a void that cannot be filled-
It i reported that John A. McCall rul of evidence. The judge said in holds the personal interest of himself ing that the press of this district will n abyss which cannot be bridged. Call
and his friends superior to the corn- assist us in getting Mr. Kehoe to makeand rolla f theonearth'me inllustevery fiveadwil
has at last resigned the presidency of i.frect: 'We are organized here for the mon weal, should lie rpudiated t ttn Mr. Kehoe to make and at least one name in every five wil
the New York Life Insurance Compnany. purpose' ,f getting at the truth. We because of the adjective used to define the race.-Calhoun Democrat. be the immortal nameof a distinguished
(Gone to join the McCurdys. will do it scientifically and technically aid describe him, ut because of the PLOYER Jew who has sAND EMPLOYES. press on the bri stindelible i
Snotw u out thatw Tom Waon ad awkwardne Again, whe cn- Unfnt fortunately, most '"political oss- Presidents and other high railroad worlds his applause.]
S not own Tom Wat Magazinertainquestion ing offers mnled on term of ociatheir persve officers minl It is stated that the Czar was not fig-
Perhaps this is what Governor rowar sl ejected to a certain question ing hold their persona interests equality with their employees on the during on an American-built fleet, after
meant when he said edlitors sold their 'iut on re direct examination, the. judge everything else, and up in this section afternoon of December 31, 1905, at all. Hewas getting plans for a cyclone
editorial space at s,, mrich a line, "es.t- maid, in eTffe't: 'We will le.t everybody of the country, we have something of Drill Hall, Masonic Temple, Chicago. cellar.-Volusia Record.
k all t wants, and this species of '' As long ccasioasyou n was the 29th anniversary Czar of what? Russia, America, or
when the time, cmes that rnly wants do just every act along in line with of Railway Conductors, and the railroad the Great Czar of the State of Florida?
The ive Oak iDemoc'rat carries a 5- to ai k ay more iuetion., that is the their washes and desires, you are a officers were guests of honor. Co- What Czar is it that is now "getting
column advrtlisment for the national time to stop asking questions.' clever fellow, and all things are "love- operation, harmony and good fellowship plans for a cyclone cellar?" Othersbe-
bank of that city and goold-sized ads. The significance of Judge Iloarman's ly and the goose hangs high:" but between employer and employee was sides the Czar will be hunting some-
for moit of its business men. That's position, if he is correctly reported, is "what a difference in the morning," if ou keynote persons were present at where to hide themselves some
ifourlhundred persons were present at where to hide themselves some of these
the wiay to make a good newspaper, that he, as judge, does not intend to you presume to act and think a little the dinner. Letters and telegrams of days, when the primary elections ar"r
Gooil newspapers help largely teo make permit counsel to interpose frivolous for yourself Then, with that kind of re ret were read from President Roose- over.
good towns. See! objections for the purpose ,,of concealing a "boss," you are a disreputable cur, a vett, Vice-President Fairbanks, Presi Business Man, Advertise.
(Governor flroward, with other promi- the truth from the jury. Lawyers have stinker or what not. A man that ern railroad, and from many railroad Mr. Business Man, you may not be-
nent Floridians, very properly received thousands of other methods of accom- cannot see any good in his fellow man, officers. lieve it, but it is a fact jst the same
and entertained the officers and men of plishing similar purposes, but this is, give each credit for being entitled to If such gatherings were held more not a dollasiesis pent in adve rising
the United States Monitor, Florida, jp'rhaps, the most objectionable. (No something, etc., etc., can properly often, so that employers and employees wish to get as good trade as you desire
which arrived at Jacksonville Wednes- pun is intended ) "boss" his people, and no man that is of large enterprises could better under- you must invite custom through your
(lay, and they will be given a good time All honor to Judge Boarman for thus fiery, revengeful. etc., etc., can prop- stand each other, get closer to each newspaper. John Wanamaker and hosts
during their stay there sweeping aside some of the obstacles rly represent his whole people and other, as it were, the costly strikes, of othershave prin ved i, and you can
... so deftly intercepted between the facts lead his people out of "the wilderness." bitter animosities of capital against la- systematically. No matter how small
It is reported that th uian ov- and the juryby the astute gentlemen T ALL MA T bor, or labor against capital, would or humble your business, you can better
ernment is crushing out the revolt of the bar in the interest not of jus- WHAT THE CALL ONET eARKET IS. soon become things of the past, capital- it if you advertise and handle it right.
Unless Russin treats some of her sub-tie, truth and good morals, but of The call money market consists prop- ists and laborers would have nothing Try it now for a change. Another
jects better than she has in the put. their clients, who, through their efforts, erly of unused balances, sums which for but the kindliest feelings one for the live anddo business in is largely judged
she should be crushed and she will be are endeavoring to escape the penalties one reason or another are not put to other, and this American country of by the advertising patronage and gen-
somne day, by the Supreme 'Power, if ,f he. law which they so richly deserve, their ultimate use. Money in process ours would truly be a "land of the eral appearance of your newspapers?
she dpe's not mend her ways t law .th. s r-il of investment, moneys awaiting litiga- free" and of "brotherly love." May, 'cPheion-tll.
At the regular me.etimg of the Hoard "GOD BLESS US, EVERY ONE." tion, funds accumulated for disburse- that time swiftly come A very interesting but quiet family
of County Commissioners Tuesday and 'From *tm "mmner I ment at a time not yet reached such ------ wedding took place at the residence of
Wednesday it was unanimously ordered IHere's to the United States of Amer- funds are properly lent from day to It is at all times a good thing to keep Mrs. M. A. Sauls Wednesday afternoon
that The True, lem,.n'rat e, andi it wa a. May they become the greatest of day, for they can be lent in no other out of politics. At this particular junc- at 1.15 o'clock, when her eldest daugh-
designated as thrue Democrial rgan for waeon all world powers, not because of the way The exhaustion of such funds is ture it will pay all manner of men ac- ter, Miss Annie L. Sauls, was happily
designated as thp official organ for Leon married to Mr Charles A. McPherson,
county for the year 11$if. A very grace- strength of their army and navy, but not an alarming matter of itself. Its customer to be forward in Tampa poli- of Jesup, Ga. Rev. Frank Cramer of-
ful act, since it was voluntarily done, by the force of goadl example. May power for harm lies in the consequent tics to make a pause until they are ficiating. Only members of the fami-
and ne' .thi newaler highly a.ppreci- this nation "return to the fountain offering of such rates of interest that dragged in by an unmistakable expres- lies of the bride and groom were pres-
atten and will esndeavar t ppmerit whose waters spring close by the blood money is diverted from wealth-creating sion of the popular will. -Tampa Times. ent, his two brothers from Quincy be-
..of the revolution." May it have a new uses. The selling of Northern Pacific Governor Deneen is going to install a The bride has hosts of friends in this
An investigation (of the charges birth of freedom and assert at every at 1,(XX) shocked the security market, new system of accounts and will exact city, where she was reared and has
against R. A. Jackson. sheriff of Hills- opportunity, in act as well as in word. but did not disturb true values. In- full statements of expense from every lied all her life, who wish the couple
oroughmfull statements of expense from every a happy and prosperous journey through
borough, was made by (ovrnor Brow- the principle uon which it was founded vestment yields were undistu rbed. State officer. That man may mae life.ous journey through
ard, which resulted in the complete and to the cultivation of which it owes Similarly 125 per cent money is of no himself so unpopular with the political The groom is also well and favorably
vindication of Mr. Jacksmn. The mat- its high fame and great progress, great importance so long as it reflects' bosses that he will get to the White known in Tallahassee, having formerly
ter is now a closed incident, and Mr. Here's to the lovers of lilwrty merely a competition for idle funds. Hus-Denver Republican lived here, but tis now an engineer of
Jaclnon in wing congratulated bly his throughout the world. May they never But when such a bribe suffices to divert H u .-D ... el- te a[ t ie wth had
friends. Accompanied by his attorneys. learn to compromise on liberty's defini- capital from the uses of industry a dan- The members of the Railroad Comrn- quarters at Jesup, where they will re-
Hion. F. M. imoenton and lIon. J. Cray tin. May they net ase courage be. ger signal is flown --New York Times. mission have been holding sessions at The newly wedded couple left on the
chillip. retur ho Tudaause of temporary defeats May they ..----. Orlando and Kissimmee this week. At afternoon train for Panacea, where
A strange and most unexpie'ted de- stand by truth "unawed by influence The coroner's jury in the ('collins and Orlando to hear the matter of a con- they will spend a week.
velopment of the tetimony in the Iljel and unlaribed by gain Gorman shooting case brought in a ver- nesting schedule between Orange City Church Notlcest .
suit of William I) Mann. of Town Here's to the American citizen who dict late last Saturday night. As the and Sanford between the Atlantic Coast Trinity M. E. Church, South, W. M
Topics, Fads and Fancies, against Col- thinks for himself, whatever his present facts in the case are perfectly familiar Line and the East Coast Railway. Mr. Poage, astor.--Services Sunday at 11
lier's Weekly, was the sworn statement clay politics may be. May he continue to every reader of this paper, and the J R. Parrott appeared for the East a. m. and 7.30p. m. Junior Ep-
of Secretary Daniels, of "Topics." t rent the notion that those who others of the law have all matters con- Coast Railway and Mr. Morton Riddle worth League, 34.00p. pmm. Al be
that the publication known as Tom havre b n "divinely appointed" to cun- nected therewith well in hand. we be- for the Atlantic Coast Line. At Kis- requested to attend The public and
Watson's Magazine is a subsidiary pub- trud the property of the country have lieve no goolt'can possibly come to any- simmee the commission investigated strangers specially invited to worship
location of Town To ic' companyy and en ordained of (;od to do the thinking one by further ventilating the horrible the matter of the Florida Midland Rail- with us.
In ownl by it "ho d have t unk r, raned f (affair further through the newspapers, way, a narrow-gauge road which the First Batist Church, Rev. Frank W.
it" It is not easy to emulate the example We therefore leave it rest as it is until commission has been petitioned to the pastor Sday tva. mndY
The Democratic cauus at Frankfort. .f that fine old Kentuckrynegr, who, the law disposes of it. Every g cit- change to standard gauge. m. Morning subject. "Gleaning the
on January :1d, nominated Judge rhas. kneeling bacfore the throne of grace, izen of this community regrets that any Alfred H. .Curtis, resident of the ndfuls evening subject The
. Painter. of the Kentuc-ky Court of k^1f sel ^ thing slhould have hapl d inTal- M Wonderful Christ Bible School at 10
i.l at tk 'r cat as t wn l tt te the winds all thoughts of se hn e'n in.Tal- New York State Bankers' Association, a.m. Junior Baptist Union. 3.m. Sen.


bur i the Set f the i I tate... an m t~he generosity o0 hiI soul pray: . ....... created a mild sensation at the annual ior B P. U.. 6.5 p. m. A cordial invi-
burn in the Senate of the Unitel States. "eme,,m r de rich and remember de Hion John S. Beard and lion. J. meeting of Group No. 1, New York station is extended to every person.
by a vote of ry to 34,. only .' votes hbe- I.. remember de lon.d and the free; Campbell Avery, of Pensacola. are both State Bankers' Association, last week Strangers will be especially welcomed.
burns ervd hi'untrwell ak and when you git fru remembering all announced as candidates for the next by his criticisms of the trust companies tDr. W. H'Capt.c eC hrchr Revi
long term of years, and many will re. round, den, good Ioard, remember me." State Senate to succeed Hon. W A in the banking business with practically Sundays and Holy Days holy comm *
gret his retirement Judge l'aynter Hlut an the spirit of this day we may at Blount. who has served his time. and no reserve In New York city, he de- ion 7 o'clock a m. undays, 11 a.
has served three terms in congressss. least join with Tiny rim in the rev- who will not he a candidate for re-elec- cleared the trust companies have over a and 7 30 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
The school officers and teachers held rent. appeal. "Ge ble s us, every tion. Mr. Blount made Florida one of billion dollars on deposit, and less than chapel's (colored). Services Sundays,
a very interesting and profltalle con- the best Senators she ever had. and he 2 per cent cash in their vaults. The ---r-.3pm.
vention at Miami last week This part Th reasonon. Texas, Courier says: will be miMsed from that body next last report of the trust company bank- OU1SE NOW OPEN.
of the State was well presented and "When a man steals a loaf of bread he time Now, a contest royal may be ing. he said, showed that one of the All modern conveniences. Transient
all who attended express pleasure at goes to jail; when a millionaire packer looked forward to from that neck of large trust companies in New York had and Table Boarders can be accomrmo.
having gone to the convention in that or oil magnate violates the law by steal- the woods. but either one of the candi. nearly W$0,000,000 of deposits and did dated at usual rates.
prowperous, growing and hospitable ing a million he is fined" Isn't this dates will make a Senator Eacambia not have one dollar of cash in its vaults, Ms. R. C. LONJG
city, where they were so well enter- strange justice? Should not the big may be proud of. as both are well although it had a bank account. Reso-
taned and cared for. Editor-Suprin- thief be given the same kind of usticepostedFlordlans, and intelligent, with lions wereadopted urng amend-
tendent A. M. C. Russell was elected as the small?png amend- r A I
the new president, and Hon. J. G. Kel- qualifications necessary to make effic- mental to State laws relative to suitable .
lum was again elected secretary. Subscribe to The True Democrat. ient law-makers. reserve. See Collins for Neat Job Printing.











THAT LAMAR
WLUAMJS AFAML

ha w Staft Papen 9U Abset

Mr. Williams probably made fewer
maemies by his committee appointment
the Hoose than did Speoer Cannon.
t o had fewer places o fll.-Volusisa

Our Billy hit the floor with a dull dead
thud when John Sharpe Williams sot
down on him. Well, Billy needed a lit-
tle trouncing; he has been trying tolive
on the reputation of L. Q.C. long
enough.-Milton Index.
Congressman Lamar will have oppo-
sition in his district, and plenty of it,
but he will And more on account of his
treatment of Taylor than on account of
the John Sharpe Williams episode. It
will always be found that a magnani-
mous spirit is a winning card.-Ocala
Banner.
The general opinion of the State press
seems to be that Mr. Lamar made a se-
rious mistake when he made an attack
on John Sharpe Williams, the only re-
sult of which was to give the Republican
members a little amusement to the det-
riment of the Democratic party. We
are very sorry to note this, and yet
would be glad to see Mr. Lamar redeem
himself. -Bristol Bee.
Congressman W. B. Lamar, of the
Third Florida district, had a tilt with
John Sharpe Williams on the floor of
the House a few days ago. Mr. Wil-
liams, as the leader of the Democratic
minority, had Mr. Lamar left off the
committee on interstate and foreign
commerce. This riled the Florida Con-
gressman, and he brought the matter
up in the House for an airing. Mr. Wil-
liams gave as his reason for leaving
Mr. Lamar off the committee that Mr.
Lamar, during the last session of Con-
gress, did not stand by the committee
in its report on the Townsend bill for
the extension of the powers of the In-
terstate Commerce Commission, but
voted for the Hearst bill embracing
that subject. He desired harmony
among the Democratic members of the
committee, and for that reason left Mr.
Lamaroff the committee. Laying aside
the consideration of friendliness that
one naturally feels toward the Repre-
sentatives from one's own State, it must
"be admitted, we think, that Mr. Wil-
liams was more than half right, if har-
monious committee action is necessary
to insure the passage of railroad rate
legislation. This is a question that the
whole country is interested in, and in
the minds of people who are suffering
from rate discrimination the difference
between any two bills that offer relief
is as between tweodle-dum and tweedle-
dee. They want relief. They want
the passage of the best bill that can be
agreed upon, and they don't care a rap
who is the author of it. If the Town-
send bill is the one upon which an
agreement can be reached and its pass-
age secured, then it is the right bill for
the Democrats, both in committee and
in the House, to support, and if Mr.
Lamar's preference for the Hearst bill
was so strong that he could not yield to
a compromise, then he should, we think,
in view of the great importance of the
legislation, have been willing to yield
the committee assignment.
The question of rate regulation is one
upon which the country is in no humor
for petty hickerings, and the Demo-
cratic members of Congress should make
sure that they do not stand in the way
of the consummation that is devoutly
hoped for. The people understand that
the bill that finally runs the gauntlet of
diverse opinion must bear the earmarks
of compromise, and they do not expect
the first bill passed on the subject to be
perfect, but they do expect this Con-
gress to drive the entering wedge to
lay the foundation upon which the pere
fect statute may be builded. Stark-
Telegraph.


AN APPEAL TO THE SPIRIT OF THE DE-
CEASED UNCLE.
0 crumbling du-t of Mississippi'A
mighty commoner! Oh m )st learned,
most profound Lucius (,uintus (incin
natus-thou the modern Demosthenes,
thou the modern Moses, thou, Oh Lu-
cius Quintus Cincinnatus, whose elo-
quence, whose genius, whose wisdom,
have immortalized the name, Lamar,
canst thou not return to life and give
counsel thy nephew in this his hour
of deep distress ?
Thy nephew needs thy counsel now if
ever nephew did.
Canst thou not awake from thy deep
, slumber, Oh! Lucius Quintus Cincin-
natus, and with thy matchless eloquence
defend thy nephew against the shafts
of envious (?) critics whom 'tis averred
have branded him incapacitated for a
committee membership ?
Thy nephew needs thy defense, Oh!
ye modern Cicero, if nephew ever did.
Canst thy immortal spirit sleep on,
and on, and on. Oh Lucius Quintus
Cincinnatus, thou the brilliant advo-
cate; thou the learned jurist; thou the
profoundd the dignified statesman,
1-whose life was lived for thy country
and thy State-thou, Oh! proud Missis-
sippian, whose great name was thy
passport everywhere, whose giant in-
tellect was thy only weapon in any fo-
rum-canst thy immortal spirit sleep
on, I ask. whilst thy nephew gropes
through the shadows of the Nation's
apitol grasping at moonbeams and a
fdemoaroue's short lived fame, to bol-
ster ambition's greedy lust ?
Thy nephew needs such an hand as
thine to guide him into paths that
statesmen tread-thy nephew bears the
name, Lamar.
Canst thou not arise from thy damp
S and clammy grave, Oh. most illustrious
Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus, and check
thy nephew in suad ruw h twpd *e .


Lo, bJ u anJ t flZ. Lolt L I ts as arsI a
thing as can be said of any one. Nash- J. H. McWILLIAMS, G. P. A.
ville American. G. F. & A. Ry. Bainbridge, Ga.
Minority Leader John Sharp Williams ...
failed to prevent "the washing of
Democratic linen for the amusement of
Republicans," and ths- row between II .
him and Congressmen Lamar, of Flor-. Millinery
ida, and Shackleford, of Missouri, broke
out Wednesday, and for four hours nd
they furnished amusement to the Re-
publicans because of their being ousted
from the commerce committee by the fancy Goods
minority leader. Heartism was also a
feature of the debate in the House o
Representatives.--Goshen (Ind.) Times. Daintv Collars,
The Congressional Record has not yet
presented to its readers the text of the Handkerchiefs, Laces
remarkable display of temper and Dem.
ocratic discontent over Minority Leader and Embroideries
Williams' assignments to committees,
as voiced by Messrs. Lamar and Shackle-
ford a few days ago. The speeches
were withheld for revision by agree- Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery
ment of the parties, and it has been
suggested that the whole matter may
be dropped, but that is hardly probable.
The effect of the incident, however, has The Newest Materials for
been radically different from that in-
tended and expected by the critics of Fancy Work.
Mr. Williams. When the committees
were announced Monday there was con-
siderable dissatisfaction expressed by MISS ADELE GERARD,
the Democrats, which bids fair to crys-
tallize into compact opposition around 149 %. Monroe St.
Lamar and Shack leford. SinceWednes-
day, however, that dissatisfaction has I TLL HASSt. - FLORIDA.
almost disappeared, and Mr. Williams J
has now behind him a more nearly '
unanimous Democratic support than
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Brine of gods whom it were herey for
a Lamar to worship ?
Tty nphw needs thy restraint, if
eve pew d.
Cant thou not emer from the soli-
tude of thy lmeoly tomb, Oh: Luciu
QuIatus Clneinnatas, to warn thy neph-
ew of the ways of cruel fate,. where
fo rens supreme ?
Tevy n.ew need- thy warning, if
But if hy slumber be eternal! if thou
canst not awake; if thy immortal spirit
must sleep on, and on;If thou cansat
not arie from thy lonely grave; if thou
eanmt not emerge from th solitude of
thy tomb, thou hast but to dream on.
and on, and on, through the eons o
eternity, if dream thou canst of the
immbrtallity of thy name and fame.
In thy dreams thou canst forget that
thy nephew bears thy name; but it were
folly for thee to dream that thy nephew
upon whom thy brother bestowed that
classic name' "Bill Bailey," canst ever
rob thee of thy fame. -Lucullus in Pen-
sacola Journal.
Now It Appears to Leading Newspa-
per, of Other States.
John Sharp Williams seems to have a
special dislike for all kid Congressman,
like Mr. Lamar, of Florida.- Chatta-
nooga News.
Mr. Lamar, of Florida, bears an hon-
orable and distinguished name, but he
is no credit to it. He seems to be a
rt ol Af HtpI a t pf nr J*t n i .2 h h. ..*


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. woMArs CLOU BCEPTION. IpX An,
(Annoeseints will be published under this
JOHN G. COLLINS, Pablishlr. Their New Tear Seceptioe at the hd unt ifter the Pri Elrections at 6,
Leon Pleasant Ole. In" adva for the full time.I
PUBsLIHEID VIKY FRILAY MORNING. The Woman's Club's New Year re- To the People of Leon County:
-- S- - ======a=. ception at the Leo Hotel Monday even- I hereby announce my candidacy for the position
Schk l Program sad Personal Notes. ing was a very pleasant affair, and was of ste Senator from the Eighth senatorial Dis.
Mr. Charlie Rheywinkel, wife and attended by a large number of guests. trict. To yom I submit the question of my quaiii-
children were up to see their father and The ladies of the club were assisted in I eatiom to rreseat you in that capacity.
mother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Isaac Al- receiving by Governorand Mrs. Broward if neninated by the Democratic primary, and
motherin-lawg the holidays aa and former Governor Bloxhamrn. The *elted I shall devote my beat efforts to your serv.
, uring Andrewshol was up from the reception was informal, which made it tee. arrests ad welfare shall be rry
Pinhook settlement to see some of his the more enjoyable. Coffee and almod almond Respectfully EDEON.
relatives on New Year's(Jay, wafers were served in the lobby of the JOHN HENDE N
Mr. W. D1). Atkinson has quit Mr. R. Leon, decorated with bamboo and holly.Ior *epreseasve
B. C.arienter's store for little recre-Mrs J. W Wideman and Miss Sale l t U Of *flh mtaY
aton. CarWhilent e is absent Mr. Samuel ecre lake presided at this table. In the To the Dmoeraticl Voters of Loon County:
atlon. While le in absent Mr. Samuel ror at a beautifully decorated table .e *hereb announce G;iliert Hartleld anacan-
Bloxham ar ld will fill hi place in aut decorated didat for the House of Representativea, subject
the store. Miss lessie Saxon and Miss Mary Ca t the action of the D.remocratic Primary.
Mr. W. G. Alligold, Isaac Alligood, houn served fruit punch from a bowl Vox Pope'.i.
P. L. Boatwright, W. D) Atkinson, Jes- around the rim of which hung tempting
sie Atkinson, Joe Moody, James Mood clusters of gra pes The orchestra in ClitseM' Ticket.
S. B. Hiartafield, Albert liartasfeld, the lobby furnished a pleasant accom- For Mayor.
Boatwright, W. E. Gray, and W. T Ipaniment to the hum of conversation. F. C. (;ILMORE.
Atkinson and all their families were Amon the e were noted ( andFor ,lltr.
present at the Christma tree exhibi- Mlliams, of Savannah; (apt. W .
presen. tSamuel Smoke, who is visiting his sis- FHor Tax AsseCYr. W
The school program started a fol- ter, Mrs J Stuart Lewis; Miss Hor- For Clerk and Treurer. L
lows: tense Broward and Mrs J (. Baisden, A. H. WILLIAMS. L
Welcome Song Hy twelve little tots. of Live Oak, who are visiting Governor For Councilmen.
Christmas Holidays Matti.e Boaat- and Mrs. Broward. J. w. CAY.A. C. SPILLER.
wright. Many handsome gowns were seenG. YE. J.A. EMONDSON.
What Benssie Saw Ruby Alligodxl. Mrs. Broward wore a white satin gown; L. l. s F
Santa Claus Jack Moy Mrs. Shackleford wore a pretty toilet T,,the Vote-rs of Tallahamse: F
SLittle Girl Pauline ;ray. of blue with a yoke and trimming of I repectfullyoffer myself as a candidate for the
A Little Girl Pauline Gray. 'efice of Mayor of Tallahassee. subject to the ac-
Christmas Morning- Lily Boatwright. heavy lace; Mrs John Cobb wore a girl- .en of the cMaty ,emo ratall primary, and lthe ac-
A Rhyme of the Months Twelve lit- inh frock of white swiss with a blue myself, if elected, to perform all the duties of the
tIe bofys and girls. girdle; Mrs. J. Clifford R. Foster was ofce to the beat of my ability.
Christman Caroline Atkinson. strikingly pretty in an exquisite gown Fu
Mrs. June' plrospets ('harlie Alli- of blue crepe de chine with embroidlered eor Nayor.
Rool bands and white lace. She wore a The many friends of Dr. Henry E. Palmer an-
Pet and er (at ia Atkinson uintly becoming ht of blue with a nounce. him as a candidate for Mayor, subject to St
Pet and tr Cat tona Atkoii haon f uiwth th a,.n tin of the city Iemo.ratic primary.
Christmas Comes in the Morning drooping plume of white and a white thea.i. .o .,,
Claude Moody. I Mur boa. Mrs. Jefferson H. Browne's For City Clerk.
Duet Miss Mab,.l loatwright and clinging gown of champagne crpe ,de I he.r.by announce my-elf as a candidate for re-
Miss Bennie Atkinson. a chine, with waist of lace in the same e..ri,,n to, the rftlce of City (ierk of the city of
Stars and Strips Hayward Levy t accentuated vr) lin of race Tahy ,. Florida. et to the action the
Old Time Hell Mattie iloatwright, i n her beautiful figure; Mrs. ulium I thank the' votersof the. city for support in pat
An el Son Mattie Atkinson. Iirsc'hberg was very attractive in a ehti. arid will avpreciate' tain this ene.
ChrstmasFairy (a dialogue.) i Hsie, black gown with waist of pinb silk; A. II. ,,,.I.
Athinson, laura AlligoId, Mah .I wright, ('haudy Moody, Mattie ,,at- of black; Mrs. It. E Rose' also wore, I h.r.by arinnounce- r my ...f as a candidate fr re.
wriht u y ttlack; Mrs. W m. Holloway wore' a le,.- ,,.'lh h tei o the ,,h''f' o iy Tax C le'th.,rof, the
wr t oiy of Tallaha seeF.. Io.ridta. soijbvct t,, the' action
In Santa C(laus' LaitrI MN be.I liat- (',ming frock ref gray crepe' ,Ie chine ,, ,.,' .y' )e ,,, e 'rr tic ,,irrary. &
.ts I r i 't. If ..ele'e.1 I pI ronim ,', to ,riliie' to h 'i m y I ,e't 1i ''.
wrighty.. Primary Election. ,uae.e a faithful and ..effir.,it (,llet,.r.
('hriHtmam I'icturets 're cott M,, Old Winter .lnuire ai inra Alligool. As will sbe n hy referenrice to ra..n-
Music Mr. L afay, t e' Atkinson. other (., lrnmn ,of this paper, the 'ityv Fr.r CIty Tax Assesser.
Santa('laus' Visit Latira I e,,atwright )rte ocrafic' executive (' committee, has nI h,.r.,y tno ,f.. n n .lfi an .t car adlale., f,,r r'-
Just (;irls l ayward evy, is.ie' an iffiitl call for holding a pr- i l,,titi t ih o..ii.,r i' sity l ex Ast ,,r ,'f ht e ten
t n .eVtw g ,r' 1v ,f TMlhi. ,ri.la. H ,I,... to t)Ihe R 't .,n n
W hat the ('hri~tnmi Tree Mearin (,i- mary < electionn at the SheritT'M ,h,, ien of Ith,. ci'y I o'noiai. i'r,,ni.ry.
alogue) Mabel Hatwright, I(ulay Al li- this city (on Tuesday, January' 23 1, 1i, rThiariking rny fr...ieni f,, ...e. ,ij1rtt he.y bn%,'
o fula Hoatwright, a'k Mood,y Charlie The committee has made provision in thW.. (H. ANC'V.Y.
Alligoc.d and Mattie IHoatwright. th(. call for holding and governing the Congress..l.a Annesoce.ment.
Reward of the Candle lHessie Atkin- Jrimary in ill particulars, and it s I hereby announce that I am a candidate for


son.
The Inventor'm Wife' Mis Mamie'
Williams.
The Old Church Miss Marnie Wil-
liams.
At the close of the school exercises in
came Santa Claus, with his funny cap
and dress, and proceeeded to go behind
the curtains, where he found a tree
bearing all orts of presents, which,
after he had made a few monkey mo-
tions, he began to hand out presents to
young and old.
In conclusion, the writer thinks it was
a most enjoyable oeasion, and the
teacher, Mian He-lle Clay, is highly
praised for her noble management of
the school, for it was a pretty hard task
to keep order when two hundred visit-
ors were astserbhled in one' house
DAWHON Iot&ATWItlillT
Nartyr to Principle.
Judge You are' charged with stealing
a side of beef from a meat market.
What have you to say?
Prisoner I 'm a ritdi al tariffT revision-
int, yer honer, an' I believe that raw
material should hle free. Cleveland
Leader.
No man should attempnlt to co'nmiand
until he has learned to oli'y
There will lIe Ipreachin g service's at
the Presbyterian church Sunday miornr.
ing next
Mesnrs. G. W. and S. I' hIt4h'sn. of
Woodville, were in the city this week
and made this aotlve a pleasant visit
Mr Fred W. Kettle, who spent
Christmas week with his St. Augustine
rlends, has returned to his post of
uty.
When a man saiy he don't like anoth-
er man who is hustling for the city
don't ask him his reason lie evident-
ly wouldn't have a very good one.
Ginesville Sun.
The Avon Park Florida Sun depart-
ment of the D)eSoto News says: "About
the middle of December Miss Elizabeth
Bangs went to Carrabelle, Fla., to take
a position as teacher there. "
We had a pleasant visit last night
from Mr. P. R. Sykes. of C'aryvIilee
Fla., (manufacturer of naval stores and
dealer in general merchandise, who left
with us a nice order for job printing
Hons. Geo I. Davis and John Neeley
spent a pleasint while with ius in the
office last evening talking ive'r things
generally. It was refresh irg as there
were no politics In it; jusJt a lot of
pleasant time talking
W. M. Moseley, general agent for the
Hampton Amusement ('o.. has Ieen in
the city for several days making ar-
rangements for this great amusement
company to exhibit here next week.
The company consists of seven high
class attractions, three free acts and
balloon ascension, which will take place
dally. They open their engagement
here next Monday on the lot opposite
the capitol, and remain here for one
week. The fact that Mr. W. M. Mose-
ley is connected with the Hamlton
Amusement Co. a a uarant e at
evrythh Ise of the hh class order.
The e -brdly a town or city in the
entire ioth that Mr. Msel has not
Ita"lde-d a reputation Ow himself on
oo t the high chs, elmean and
ausemen1t companies that
be has been saoelated with.


hoped our citizens, who ale interested'
in public affairs, will real the' call care-
fully and all hell) to carry out all neces-
sary arrangements for a harmonious
and satisfactory primary election. Let
nothing be done or said from now until
the ('!v vv' ,f the contest that can even
he ( :.strt.< d to be wrong or irregular
The Execui.ive 'Committee meeting was
a most harmonious and pleasant one
Let this spirit continue to the end of
the campaign.
Will Nake Good Councilman.
Elitor True Democrat:
It is with pleasure I note that Mr.
Aaron Levy is announced on one of the
tickets now being published for the city
council. Hlewou d make the city a most
efficient officer and a number of us hope
to see him elected MI:eCHANT
Next Lyceum Attraction.
The Montauk Iadie's Quartette will
appear at the Opera. Thursday evening
Jan. lIth lW*ll. This is one' of the very
bhet now traveling, and has been re-
ceived enthusiastically every w here'
they have opened. It in ho) Pedl they will
have a good attendance here. 'Their
Jaepanese songs in costume have been a
decided hit and the patrons of the Ly-
ceum atre sure of a deitlightful evening
on the alive' date.
Cheerful Outlook.
"Then yu believe the world is get
ling better" You say you don't beliatve
there will lIe any grafting twenty-five
years from now?'
"Not because the world in getting
better, but the grafters are getting so
thick that there won't bh, any picking
left by that time.'' Kansas City Times
The State Board of P'ardons met in
regular session on the 4th day of Jan-
uary, 19i6, and considered applications
for pardon from the following: Joseph
Gash, for the murder of Jim Williams.
in Fulton county, in lN.l; pardon re-
fused. James Newbern, convicted of
forgery in Wakulla county; passed for
further consideration. Aaron Jones.
convicted of assault with intent to kill, I
in Bradford county, in 1901; pardon re-
fused. Judson Mathis. convicted of
murder in third degree, in Hamilton
county. In 1902; pardon refused Ivey
Midgett, convicted of murder. in I)e-
Soto county, in 1903; pardon refused.
Cards have been issued announcing
the marriage of Mr Walter Lee Wight
and Miss Augusta Chittenden in this
city on January I1th. 1W16 This popu-
hIr voung couple have hosts of friends
in I'lorida, who wish them a world full
of happiness and prosperity
Sheriff's Sal e.
UNtDEr AND HY VIRTUE OF AN EXIx'v.-
thIn I"sued mot of the Circuit Court of the
Set end Juditeal Circuit of PF'e'ula in and for the
County of li/.n. uwo a judfnimnt recovered In
th court t of the county Judso In and for eidi
eouity. In a ertaln cause Iendlia thereln, wherin
Ju4Meh A. AdmIenMna as eamnis iff andt i ltiad
Mann was defendant. I hae l' e.d upon and will
mll at ulimc outvry to the theliht btldder for
reah. hetorer the county court house4ar (In the
rity of Tallahai, Iw.in pkid county. on, the i lla
of rFebruary. A. 1). 111M. betwe. the r ou of 11
o'ekok a. m. and I o'clock p m.. i. all that etal
ptW or rtel of ud astte Is the eity of TalO
e 1r1m64d1 known aind ddebl"ed a lmtenew
t*wit: Rubdivtielo desttised "Q" t um--
brd fy-four (141 in theai e' nwt id"tM to
..1,w w--4 or PbtTm e D-d

DemIoh.e 1UL--fw


,nrir..s in there Third ('onsrepnionall Ihtrict if
the State (if Florida. ,,ut'ject to the Imix'rntic
primary that will e held ain ,. And I shall, if
elected, work unceasinirly anil vote for:
tIt. Appropriations for the improvement of the
various hry". rivers and harbors of this congres-
sional (listricrt.
2nd. I shall oppose the reiluction of the South's
representation in ('Conrens.
3red. I shall do all that I can to have free rural
mall delivery tabllhed throughout the. iNtritt.
4th. I shall endeavor to have a thorousrh ireologI-
iral .urvey made in each county of this distrinc for
the beripfnt of farmers and all concerned.
Ith. I shall work for the proper adlertisement
of the State arml its resources, and encourage the
investment of capital.
t'th. I shall work to place Florida on an equal
fociting with the l I'wlinu Htate's tf the IUnion in
education and Inlidt rien.. and the various progtre.-
ive. develornpment 4 that will Ite beneficial to the
State,
7th. I fnr.,r i t. ra ireas' and extension of the
ornmin ,r.i.il relatl itnship )f the l nited Slates upon
an ,. itiitale I.tis with the vanrou,, nation and
il,.in s o.f the world, in order that the farmer. .
the Smith may find a ready market for thei cot-
ton and other Iprolucts at paying prices nd that
the manufacturer may find an outlet f'-' his ur-
pliai manifacturled prodxluct.
The istv" are a few of the many things that I
favor and expect to work for if elected.
Jrlrrvr)N D[. STIPICrN.
For Sale or Beat.
The Houstoun Home Place, one mile
east of the city. For particulars, ap-
ply to
.,15-tf J. P S. HO1uSTOUN.
For Sale Cheap.
Set of Text Books General History,
English Composition. Latin Grammar,
Arithmetic, Algebra, and Ctasar's Gallic
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After this di.te I wi.l operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
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To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
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In the sales department will always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horses and mules for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies and harness. Any one look-
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Cay Was Badly Hurt. Saxo-Ngolialss Reception. OFFICIAL CALL. NOTICE Of INTENTION TO APrY FOR
- The large number of Tallahassee Last evening, at the hospitable home IFTT[RS PATENT.
O glad New Year! The whole wide world friends and acquaintances of the Cay of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Saxon, was
We he teoppin t hnee t.ew Year- families were very sorry when they given one of the most pleasant recep- Y D0o0Cratc PlimaryB Electonl Cded 10 Notice in hereby riven thatthe undersined will
We intend togiveifwe cannot spend; heard of the serious injury to Mrs. Iay- tons ever held in this city. It was in apply toHon. N. H. Broward. Governor of Florida.
We intend to rve if we cannot lend mond Cay in Jacksonville last week, honor of Miss Bushe Meginnis and Miss Be Held Tslaha.day. January 2 190for 1906. L**tters
God keep us faithful to the end caused by her being thrown from a car- Lucile Saxon ; the occasion being the The D mc trEoiv C m thttee "ohm n dero ck t rina
Of this happy, bright New Year. a ud byeb nrwn these two charming rct T emol t Exutive mmitt of the ^mny nera chartr of which the orilnal
-Farm Journal. riage to the pavement and receiving a entrance of these t h i p city of Tallahase. florida. hereby call and pro i,n "Ie in the "m.-e of the SecretaryofStateof
-- ....-. dangerous wound in the head, and every ty and popular young ladies formally vide for the holding of a Democratic Primary Florida.
Zephyr Shetland Floss and Ice Wool day this week it has been a common into society. A large number of their Election to be held ln the city of Tallahassee. Flor. G. 1 AVI
nt ... nc ~ ,nnici UIIIJI<; i -jfint ~ 0h i fn i tm la. in the office of the Sheriff in the court houpwe F. C.* Gil.**"ORF
at R J. Evans'. thing to hear those anxious as to her friends, and friends of their families, i county, n Tuday the zt idn de our f Jae A. C. SriII.i.m.
Mr John C. Trice, of Panacea, is on condition inquiring about her. The were present and enjoyed the occasion, ary. A. D. ti0L famn eight o'clock a. m. until run- --
a business visit to the city. wounds were much worse than were at Every one who is acquainted with these down. for the nomination if tall Democratic canli.
usinei 8 st o e u n rst supposedand she has beenin a much-loved young women, and who isB|'tates for on.ffl.to tievoteldfarbythe[k'mocrattntI'lPoOSEi )CHARTER OF THE OCKIOCK-
Dr. C. M. Ansley made a business atrst supposed and she as beenelectort the municipal elect on to t hovd on th NEE BRICK CO.
visit to Quincy the first of the week dangerous condition since the accident, familiar with their sweet and lovable oIth day of February. A. D). ltN. in saidi city. and
isi ucy e rs e wee suffering very much. At this time dispositions joins in wishing them a 'alsorrmemberoftheCityl emowratii.Executive, The undersisrnml herheby associate themntelevt
Senator John Rouse, of Sopchoppy, however, we are pleased to learn that pleasant journey throughout life May commilttea. Provided, that a second primary, twvthvr for the.urlim-on becomingiincorioraterl
.I however, we are p eas o earn t 1 where neetasary, shall he held on Tuemiay, ithe< nder tIhe lawsirida under the following pro-
has been among his Tallahassee friendshe is improving and hopes are now held every day be as happy and pleasant to | oth day of January. cA. ). lw. to r}h tYtween nh.l. charter:
again this week. out that she will recover as soon as can them and all their loved ones as was the the hirhst candidates, where nominations shall
Attorney-General Ellis has returned be expected after sustaining such seri- one that was celebrated last evening. not have bo n made a ma rity vot In the rtthe ,or.on hall **cto.
riryeetondtsuhmonprimary l The name ,fi the corr-rmthon shall be "Oviclo'k-k
to the capital after a pleasant Christ- ous injuries, under the best medical We hope to be able to publish a detail- tion only such electors. a were ualified to vote at one Irick Camnpany." its princl|at of'c" at Talla.
mas outing in East and South Florida. s kill and good nursing.ed account of the occasion next week. the first primary election shall be trmitted to tha te. Florida;itbIusineosshall couctn
Mr. and Mrs. Royal C. Dunn have re- Col. Raymond Cay has the sympathy --'.. .. v The lemocratec City Executive Committee cau. Statke. or foreign country.
turned to the capital, after spending of all our people in this hour of his at- Just A Word. in said primary election hereby declares te 11
the holidays at their old Madison home. fliction, and The True Democrat hopes Every day some one tells us how term and conitin on which .gal elcto offer- The general nature of the bu.sint shall be: To
,nig to become candidates, or to vote at ouch ek`- buy, sell. produce, and manufacture bricks,,stone.
Misses Mary P. Raney, Sarah and he will soon have his excellent wife re- much they appreciate our efforts in giv- t.n shall be r grded and taken s proper mem.-is anre.rticl.manfroert m
Clyde Rane and Master amar Raney stored to him in good health and that ing them a good, clean readable news. ber, of the Democr.tic party ard therefore enti Iment. or other thin or clompition; or any mate-
whoChav al been off on a visit, ha v eymay live long together and be paper, and we prize these kind words tied to prt te and be andivlate before nd rils and mhnery used in orrquid therefore;
w h h v e al b e n o f o a vi i t h v e h a p y o e c o r a e m n t a n c m m n d ti n v o te a t su ch ele ctio n s. a s fo ll ow s: to b u ilk | a n d co n stru ct a ny b u ild in g o r m a ch in e r y
returned home. happv of encouragement and commendation h o..ndoy thum rs .hall be permitted required therefore. and to do a general. buoneof
"r n-^- -- above everything else, but unfortunate- to bec tome candldat before or to vote at or par- buying..tlina. and manufacturing bricks, stone.
Miss Hendrickson, the attractive Remember the Lyceum attraction at ly, it takes more to keep things going, ticpte in themanaetsent of any primary ele- or similar commodties; and to act as broker or
iece ofdMr. and Mrs.H H. Wood, enn the opera house next Thursday evening. Give us just as liberal a patronage as nt en ehtDrl.7 re wtcndtotrtys odea. eth e nt in hhanln nd e ue
tertained the Young People's Card ClubaewleIwt~ml lcos h ~lr hi to buy. sell. produce and Manufacture turpentine
Tesainy ee ng Capt. John H. Law is here, spending your business will stand in advertise- adherencetotheprinciplteandorwaniatIonofthe and naval stores of every kind; to buy. sell and
Tuesday evening. the season on his comfortable Lake H ments, job printing and subscriptions mc party. tonal, State. county and dl in merchandie of every kind; to buy, sell,
I h esn nhscmoralcaeIty: whostrtby thoo lasw of the State (if Florida I~eadm Im n oladd~m
Mr. C. K. Allen, of Sopchoppy and thus asasiat us in making you an c t risaim ty, and mor ubr^,ls ad o l.ase
stppd~' ~oer~fr~le~ada PfwihOphppy,fred nplace,.n hs, ~tu n aigyuanda |the ordinances Arthe city of Tallahasseelaw' of any of its proprty, at will. and rein-
stopped over for a day with friends in W' b Rd th frd even better paper. Also, get your fulelector of mad city; who have paid their pooll vest the proceedsthereof. a provleddbyby.laws;
this city on his way back from the The Woman's Club and their friends friends to give us patronage in adver- taxes legally due not loa than ten days before to borrow money, and secure the same, or money
Teachers' Association at Miami. enjoyed a reception at the Leon hotel tisements and subscriptions; and after cleprmTy eecto l, pd i who hall. when owing, by mortgage or other obiationa; .to auv.
leacers SSOiailn a Miai. 1 Monday evening. tisemeillS andas SUscrptions; and after orhallenqWl by any elector. pledge in writingr upon chfo dDuha elorme vnc n
Hons. W. A. Register and W. D. Monday evening. you have read your newspaper, weekly, oath before an inspector to abide by and support strio for aurcthe. ow telercorpMoadvanceshon.
Stoutamire, while in the city attending Mr. Edgar Bowen visited his family mail it to some friend abroad and re- the reult of.uch primary and vote for thenomi. ever it shall be to the interest of maid corporation,
the regular meeting of the Board of" and many Tallahassee friends this week. quest them to send us a subscription. "Tlrviltd, that ,ome Iwro>n designated by the orrevme nformcar itltat ut va rutio
County Commissioners, made our office He now holds a good position with a We began our work with very limi- city De.mocratie Ex eutive. Committee .shall oiw.n to t fixed by the Bnar of Areor^s; and to oh
ontyt visit drug firm at Bainbridge. ted means, and it takes capital to put registration lok. and keep the mme o-ir, far the all things and have all rights allowed by the lawn
pleasant visit. Ia o rgsrto fvtr n^i iytnteNhca
a S. Williams, who formerly Apalachicola had a destructive fire in a newspaper and job printing office on January, .er ) January t2thon thW th lavy of Florida, nec- ry or u its intere-t.
lerkd at Bal m'dlrug tore nw the business portion of the town this easy row. Seeing and feeling the need and shall reirimier in said i..Iik any white Demo.- I
of clerked at Balkeom'e, Ga., has rugbeen visiting his w ek ow better buildings will take of such a newspaper in Talaassee, we cria rn aiyin ,, entitil under the The capital stock hall n twenty thousand dol-
of Cordele, Ga., has been visit his State and eity oEoton tn IAw. to) Imm re terelt, and term. to, iv divided Into two hundred shares of one
young Tallahassee friends this week the place of those destroyed. have undertaken the task almost single pern,,,. m, reliister,.!s shall for th.e .uriN>, of maid hundr.ll dollars each. ten Ir cent thereof to ie
uisE. cohens.tatetate Col. J. '..Williams and officers of his handed and alone, believing our citiz7-ns primary election ti. .l.oml to Ie lawfully rewin.o lulmrritil and pail for before the corlorationm
Mr. Louis E. Cohen states that he c wr i is w ond a would fall in line and help us in the tere l shall trainsact nmine... All or any art thereof
not a candidate for an cit office. company were in thecity, Monday, at- w a w bel h ll 1 achelecitor in i ity qualflel to, vote inamid mavy he iAyahl in. ,r ...1l or i. or the pu.--
1 tending to business. Mrs. Williams ac- work, an we beieve they wl do soprinmary election .hall have the ribrht to vote for chhame any ,,r,,rty at a just valuatn, ,to, he
Says he has all he can well do striving companies the Colonel guests of tile We do not come as a beggar-give us a one candidates for Mayor, five canihdaten for the fix,.l ay th,. -enr.l ,f l ire.ct-r., at a meeting to
to attend to his own fast-growing drug compare e oone guess liberal patronage and we wil do the <',ty Council. ,one ,and.,dat. for Cnty clerk, one tI..ceal.,I r,, thut ,>irriN..
bines leon. candidate for City Tax Asimwir. one candidate ,
l e s tB n e r n f n r u ^ f or C: i t y T a x ( > >l l e < -( < r a n d f i v e c a n d i ~ l a t fs f or t h e I V,
se o H. Averitt or call phone 1. Dr J. A. Anders, one of Leon coun-orest .- .ityax Cltor.utive candidates f. r the The trn fr which *saI orti-,ratin shall exist
See Geo. H.Averitt, or call phone 41.,0tyis hDnorabrae county commissionerse
if ou want pretty yard, nice side- ty s honorable county commissioners Cottages torent. Phone No .. 45-tf Each perondesirin to have him name rinted hall Iw ninrt>-nin year.
walk, or good drive made. The best, remained over in the city Thursday ..mano. ,,n the Prmar ei leton Hall,,t a nd sJ.Iatnfr v
with histe daughtenr and|,manyes.arml da Ita |.,.in,... ,shall lie,,,ntlurt,, lih a lore",let
c~ape~tand~ es~waar! Mrsfi~ad ?: ^ Dr.~ Robeirtson and* family land ident^^^ ^^ ^ ^
cheapest and quickest way! All work with his daughter and many warm Ta- Mrs Dr. Robrtson and family and nmeer ,f the'tyDemocratir executive om ,- 'r,'ljejnrin.i. .nt.eIry. o-lar.,urm anr ti Liatrl
guaranteed, lahassee friends, and made us a call. Miss. Mary Bannerman have moved into mittee. shall leav,.e with the chairman of thi ir.trN TherryaTra-
A di atch from St. Augustine to the .Mr. G. G. Gibbs, oneamong our most their city home on College Hill to re- ,ret, o,,r mayr he .tthoyay ,, Janr *rermayi ,r, Tythe nam. per,.n. The num-
A dipatc fro St.Augutineto teI11m;. his notice. ,of carvlidary and pib6 itCatin to, lrer mof hD e htom my ti h anr ed It Ivy-law. T b ut-
Times-nion sas Governor Broward's industrious agriculturists, was in and side This is gratifying news to their hve hi nam.. .rirntl u a blan t, t ur. 'i"r", .h'an thr n.r mre thannine.
intent of Mr. Har H. Flod as had a chat with us yesterday. He is many friends here. Mrs. Robertson ni.hed by the ai Chairman,,anid accompanied by The r nt of otrector may apvint tither officer
kept hustling now-a-days supplying has rented the farm and comes in to 'an amount rnage four Ir cent fthr aants, with oHwer anrf term. s apnrvided by
tax collector for St. John s county gives Tallahasseeans with wood cut-as-you- give her children the benefit of the' ,n',al cenai,,,n ,o, the ,,,ffce for which he i ,y-laws. The Dirertr s .hall te eh.cted by the
general satisfaction. A C cndilate, anti no name sf any much candidate stockholders at each annual meeting. All tiher
like-it. schools. hall he print. uion. or county ,. or returned if rer. .hall e elc.t-ra annually by the I)irector..
Another council ticket ham been an- printed u; on any su,'hballot. unless thin prvo- o aace tltho o hmaytm.Ana
nounced, composed of Messrs. Aaron The Leon county School Board was in The Montauk laulies' Quartette gave vision shall have lern comithll with.at id:har- r vrtancilof thlt khold thes al timhe. Annuh
Le S D. C ittenden W. H. Mark session Tuesday and transacted quite a a very delightful concert at Brooklyn man shall, immliatey after the 12th day of Jan- first Monway of February of each year. but such
, Chidn ..a lot of business in the interest of the Thursday evening. Their reading of uary, A. 1. 1W. furnish t,,each newspaper p uhlate may to changed. by-twn. Dircrtor..hall
ham,,William Chia J. D Cy Mr.l i ei d city. fr plcatin. a htefithe I hold annual meeting on the same clay immdi-
Cay is on all the tickets, which makes county school affairs. We failed to get, "Willow Pattern Plate" in Japanese nam which h"ve l-' i,'nm af.a iatr*stelyaft er the mtin ofthe k sokholders ansor.
m t the proceedings for this nse- willcostume was given in a charming man- such,(Aces.Ilo. The suborihin incoporators shall meet on
is election as a councilman certain. publish them next week. iu-sM ner. Miss May Maxon, the second so- The voiniinme al primary ele,'ti-onsshall*leby fist Monday d f February, 1Mii,at the oMee of the
For any disease of the skin there is I thought there will be p rano of this quartette, has an excel- llsotn reparer af um l in ardance with the .mpany. Tall.ha e. I o'clock m. for the pu-
For ny isese f te sin her isIt is thought there will be no appeal- ln vie ndwswllrcvea nhrovprinstwlr'lin'ndf ltr~tthe State u eelfw't iola,,anheWdti shall h, postse nalm ,fmtnfwtin Aop l< tg by-laws and ~rhooldinira dthe firsptin l'tan-
nothing better than Chamberlain's tion to the re-election of the present ent voice, and was well received in her printed and di.tri.u..iI under th.. directon iftthe nual meine.of electing officer. and completing
Salve. It reiieves the itching and burnm- school board of this county, and school solo number.- The Musical Courier. ra dCity t.me ntameand onfidWhlitehall I it.,orwritation.l lUntilthe ofers elected tdat the
ing sensation instantly and soon effects affairs will, no doubt, be carried on by There are many wives just like Mrs. Mayor; sea nd. the name of all candidates for the nt ,, aan hen ha tcondutd a
a cure. Sold by all druggists. the present faithful members for two Burns in Atlanta, who said in court City Council third. the name* r all candldates ,, lowini ,.er-r: (. 1. oav.. President; F. c. ;oil.
for Clerk; fourth, the nawmem of all candidates,.mrev i 0-1'rovisdent; A. C. Hpiller. Secretary
A citizen was hear to say on the more years after the present term Wednesday, where her husband was up for TaAsssor.' ;fifth, a.me of a ll c d d i-d -Tr l sA.
streets the other day: "Mr. -. in .for non-support of wife and child: dataforTai Co lctor; and ixth thenamesof allC. pnier, Koar MofDir tewrr.
one of the best members of the council. A lare number of bales o f cotton have not been able to make him work, candidstes for City Demrtr .utve Com-
oned y itien ofths ctyandofud h d h kmintes; tha ernimss of each ffropup ofcandlidates, to vi
but I shall vote against him. Why so, ownedby citizens of this city and Of judge.I have done everything to make printed. In apha tch ner onchanl The hsh ntamount o inet to which
if he is among the best? Leon county, is being held off the mar- him lead a better life, but he won't do eCityloDmemrtte OExecutivicommtttshall. the corporatim shall at any time aubject itaelf
ket and isa stored in the warehouses of it. I don't believe that the devil could at noon on ue th day after ouch primary, or shall he'.0(.0
Mrs. Hayward Randoloph will return this city. We hope the price will go frighten him into working. He has "w. sr a the return are In. meet at the tyV
home today to Tallahassee, after a up and that each will make good proft 1been hoboin from time totime, and Hall andi puirlh eanvam the rturn and dlnamendreire of the utcribing in.
nl-aant~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~~wa vimdit her ysinriviedhe rPnninaeast ,d hy a mroa benhobin fom -m tot eandnht cnd afhndbn nmiale boamajrthe ame ud ~lmce o te iutc b nI.
pleasant visit here, having divided her out of it. won't help me Burns went to jail as ity vot for erh Mee. including mommbers (of the wimrorats. rather with the amount of capital
time between her mother, Mrs. William city Demoratic sxculve Committo, and in stork subscrie bed rch, are as follows: (. 1.
Clarke and her sister, Mrs. Willis Ge- Mr. Heyward Randolph requests us to a vagrant in default of $200 bail for what a-atoid primary will have to be held Davis. Tallahame,. Fa.. 7 ha are F. C. Gilmore.
w Tim-nion 30th announce that he will not run for the trial.-Jacksonville Metropolis. Each ndidate for ,AceTin vstd for .hall Tall.ahasse Fla.. 47 shartm; ana A. C. Spiller. Tal-
row.-times-Union.. city council this time. He is kept so The City Council of Tampa, at its have the rit.ht W ice one watcher and challenger laha.. Fla....hamt .
Mr. W. G. Moore and Mr. Ed wards clos to his bu~iness that he cannot af- "e uni o^ m*"ps. t 'ts at thi polls. which said water and challeewr G. 1; IAvas.
Mr. W. G. Moore and Mr. Edwards close to his business that he cannot a- meeting last Wednesday evening, ap- shall belnitled to be prnt durns the entire F. ('. i(;it.MRK.
have returned from a visit abroad, ford to give any of his time to other proved the rates for telephone service ti then peolio am open. to chalienee voter.. also A. c. seIL.LIC.
where they have been the past few matters, and does not wish to pretend posed b th P s Tele to e the contnr of the wte and ctirfyinK Tallaham.a.. Fla. loe. o20. IN
dast uchs age shipment of E0h ntiohtwhth ~li proposed by the Peninsular Telephone irf the results stato this polioi are closed. .
days Ha purchase a lare hipme to be anything but what he refly is. lom ny in its contemplated purchase Th ai poIlita. rt um and othe r.cord Legal NotkCe.
pare Havana tobacco for the Alberta Cmayi t otmltdprhs fterlestrtplsaeed
cgarfactory.Rev. and Mrs. Frank W. Cramer en. of the Southern Bell telephone ex. of the elertmin shall be preerved by the City ra.- NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT. SIX
igar factory. tertained the Baptist Young People's change in that city. The new rates are sheld" Cmimitte after the primary has boo n months after date. theundersigned will fil
Mr. C.Z... Fz enn, who was a --p-o-ular cag n htct,.h ertsaehk.. *t heir accountsas E iecutor and Executrix ofthte
. nh & Society Monday evenioin honor of per month for residence hones and I hereby.certify that theabove is a true.. and ;tr- tAte ofMarthaE. mislateof Ls county.
clerk in T. H. Randolph & Son a store their son and dau hterFrank and Miss $4 per month for phone n business t"yofrtheralforprimaryelectionam..adopt.! orida. dieasd. anmd apply to the Honorbl
their sam and dim $4. ra k a Mpe r-- m....... ...r ..... .. .. ... ...... ... .. ... ... .....
t who hason madehoCalo ahaen, he Grace., who had returned home for theho wlb en bhehhowe fon0' twiTllhee.te o- a.. oi. ontis4tuhoJanuaryaxeue c t o f, eo nt ex or thcur dtrix
this city, hasud ne to oitiana wnei holidays. A large number of young in that other cities have to p hiurer A .I"b .DA. .E. A. CRAWFORD. Eeutor.
e has secure aPoodpoito. ard w ple were present and all spent a telephone rates than do we o iU-as* .. .. 1-a DEvs", 1 L F. CANTEY. Exautrs
reside there withT his family,. Thely htfl evening se, yt me of our l kick. ran Dm oers .. Z uUve Centnemltte of of the EsataMartha Flming. bet'd.
eamh with them the best wishes of .o pCityatlaassee. .. u Dated this lat day of July. INS. lam"=
W-iththm Mr. H. L. Gregory has given his con- Senator Chauncy M. Depew has been Jonp L. NuLSv. seCrtary NOrTIr n atis Invews o. theEs.tatea R1.
tri John G Ward, of Pensacola, who sent to make the race a a mber of asked by a resolution of the New York The foowlkin inspector wrw appointed by the srt LCls.dssened.
has -elinyfriends ia i thityar e city council o the ticket officially State State to ri his at in C s t e.C.tu: i re te etaf t b
JDISIH irl nitnh l hit. ^ m'rihSvpubliahed in oar tnn1a, CA-At -olumnA, th-_ ,,_ited ,, ,, at, forth- r. w, ,-,-: --- f Oti "--- r- L A,- S
beri yeterday wt Mac*complii and hi name will be found theron in with. Thus another slek tefr" SL' N. mater auta-'i w
.. ...ir~ .|'i^lea of Mr. Hayar Radop's. whoi b rinnlrt rw,-Brof tb f.rif m B Oe Jr .,u~e ,..... ,,--- -.--- -- -----
drawin at tho Faiu lte. wi t akIroe ofht,,,tHfr ds fwan re a ,w e.. It dthisktOe ooes.. J JtaS SSs^ ^" ^..m --,2?
Mr. William Barn_., of Jcksonrvtie. for ir compilnt pa him. Mr.food work go oo until all of the rai- sees h'mr. the i t Mnri. 0 er the
and Mr. Thomas Barnes, of Jackson G o ne .o.f Tanks...ss* enter- eat, both sad sall be .K.
MiM., are he haam, bMee & and -*Me .f betl as B shown ut r t roe *. If evi| it .f oIp._ ^ams omm.Si,
ome by te M rioes ef thir ad wed make so atteWtive thy.si i naot prh. K h pl iAA s.
mother, Mrs. Willise D. Barns *and easidt o r. vent wrnx A SeeMtf- BN ~t C-ollies if ,yee weaJob Palthsi .


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A Happy and Prosperous


New Year,

Is the wish of the


eash Store.

Duval Bros, 128 S. Munroe St.













THE TRUE DEMOCLAT. CALurOm RTMATTO OWY.
J3o o. CoLUIN, atbseer. Plated In Mayr The aln Cim
TweWy*Fe Treli.


PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
Love. divine, all love excelling.
Joy of heaven to arti, emw down;
Fire in us thy humble dwelling
All thy faithful merles crown.
Bresthe, oh, breathe hr moving spirit
Into every troubled breast;
Let us al! Th inherit.
Let ur find thy promisedd rt.
-Charle Wesley.
- --- -
Commeats oea Perlas' RemevaL
It is a pretty gang in this county that
affect to be the mouthpiece of the Gov-
error of a State. The proper
thing for Mr. Alexander and others of
this county to do just now is to petition
the Governor to reinstate Mr. Perkins
in the office of county solicitor, from
which he was suspended a few weeks
ago. * Governor Bfroward will
find out in time that him Volusia polit-
iral friends have designedly misrepre-
enlted affairs in this county for their
own selfish puriposen. If the Governor
wi"h. to, get facts and true statements
from this c,'unty he will have tio get it
from o the'r M ource'n than from the gang
that issimirlyafter the dough. VoluMia
Reeord.i
And now comes word that the great
filection fraums casne in Volu..ia county,
whirein the irrepressible and irrespon-
sibleh JIt-rns Alexander claimed to have
been deflrauded of vote', and for neglect
to prosmcute which Governor I roward
recently removed from office Court So-
licitor .lames W. Perkinn, has been
tried and the delpinmed solicitor has been
exonerated You see, they knew Jeerns
in Demand; they knew his imst-election
claimrrs were on a par with his ante-elec-
tion predictions of a clean sweep; they
knew also that he didn't carry a mingle
election precinct in the district; they
know .leemrrs only as a standing joke.
But the' Go(ve(rnr took him seriously.
III disqiualified Judge Stewart from
hearing the. case an sent .Judge Shay-
lor of J.acksonville up to, l)eland to try
it. Result: "In ten minutes the iury re-
turrield at verdict of not guilty. i'he de-
feotime p l i r no evidence at all, for the'
State w,~a unable' to prove that more'
vote' were ('cat for Alexainder than the'
returns hlowed Now Governor Brow-
ard Khodulul come' out in manly faiihion
and sicknwledge that he hasan b lun-
coed. l'alatka Times,.


Imperfect Digestion
Meanria less nutrition and in cormse-
ie V1'Nce, lei,04 vitality. When the' liver
rails to secrete bile, the bloodl becomene
loaded with tlilioum prpertiem, the di-
gestion tbecme's imrajaired and the tsw-
II think; it gives tone to the sitoniach, liver
and kidneys,. strengthens the' appetite,'
clear antl improves the complexion in-
fuens niew life and vigor to the whole'
ystermA. cenl't a Imittle. For sale'by
all druggists.


SThroughout the winter months, when
easterners were crouching bout their
fires and shivering, and nature growths
were either asleep or froon stiff with
the cold, P. J. Bates, of Pasadena, Cal.
was in his garden climbing an 18-foot
ladder to gather his various crops of
tomatoes, says the Scientific American.
He has three plants which have reached
a length of 0 feet. They are of the
spadpes Ponderoes, but these particular
plants have surpassed In growth any-
thing attempted with their kind. The
seeds were planted in May, and three
months from that time they had climb-
ed to the top of a 20-foot trellis. When
they reached this remarkable height
they waved their flower-taaseled heads
wonderingly, then turned around and
grew backward until they have attained
a length of 30 feet. As the vines are
still sprinting, Jack's bean stalk must
sink into obscurity and transfer its
fame to these irrepressible toma to
plants They have had no especial care
or cultivation, and have had no protec-
tion from the weather, yet, in spite of
every disadvantage, they have kept on
growing and fruiting in the most aston-
ishing fashion The trunks of these
vines are one. and one-half inches in di-
ameter. The foliage is thick and lux-i
uriant, andl at all times blossoms, green
fruit arid ripe fruit can be seen vines. Enormous quantatites of tomra-
toes have been picked from the's' three.
plants. The fruit in of unusual size aand
nas an extraordinarily finri flavor.
Twenty Year Battle.
"I was a loser in a twenty y,,ar but
tie with chronic pileis and rnaliinant
sores, until I tried l uckleri's Arnica
Salve; which turned the tidl, b curing
both, til not a tra'e rermairin,' writ's
A M. sBruce, of Farmville, Va. for old I'lcers, C'uts, lHurns and W,,unds
Z'5'. All druggists *


If He'd Kept His Mouth Shut.
The' Triri'.- Union of Tue'slday t'ontaini-
e'd at full report of what is termed the
"Walliarnis-.aarnar (lash of words" in
the' lIou .e of Itdlpremserittive.s, early in
thOe past rmorth. Mr. Lasmar's predica-
rienit at the close of the discussion in


best pictured in this paragraph and sto-
ry from Mr Williams' reply :
Now, Mr (Chairman, I have done
what I did "in malice to none and in
charity to all." I promoted the gentle-
man who has just taken his seat the
gentleman from Florida -to foreign af-
fairs, which in the fourth most impor-
tant committee of this house. The
committee on rules is first, ways and
mearis second, appropriations thi rd,
and foreign affairs fourth, because it
dvalm with all international questions
and with the' affairs of the state depart-


Comments on IBncman Law. rnent, whose cabinet head in the Amer-
The' Ituckm'k n hill, sit it in mailed, that l(la premier Now, if the gentleman
co slid;at ed il lthe State schools into a d gonrie along uietly it would have
li'il ti' il r""ay iat 'Talh;.setie'. i le fa he'l'e.'d hirn in lorida; it would not have
bunill ii II i1 smChool ila St atuiistie. *hurt him, alid,. if I lmay Ie excused for
iatYIl i ,iI,,Iiitin lrlen'sm college at G in ies- i telling a rie rlte'dotee nll i grave arnd ldig-
vill htit I,' o de ildlaredl v lid and a onil- ii Ud l l'Ct.icli, I believe' I will t'll (ion'.
tiitilt iil lV the' She hct.' S jre -'tie' 'coiirt. 0nvl' l 411i di(eel ill New Yeirk. iHis blely
It 'd s t lii: ti-i i i l ,r':u ne r i f Wlls "a'd t i h mo lrgte A d. 'rip-
tie' de'i-sioini of the I 'nit'edl Sltiateh' 'aurt .lli o>f th, i l wai.i luliblished l in the
i re' .rl tI, our dr.innai law. I'Il li(' per4. Fii llv two brothers out in
t' I lexNs w4hoe'L fu;Athe'r head gone' to Ne'w
TIhe'hr N ,w ',, k at Hori tit ime 'eonluledl it was
The' co'stitut ionlt iy oif te' litlk mn their fat her. The corp-se bore their fa-
bill which dis.sta blished tihe various' r's nriail' They were ranchmen and
lllltt ere'lI tte educ at ih ist iiltuti ons ,w i,;Jlthv, so they wired on and said.
auii l 'rme'ilteel tweo iew onei. t ai l tlve'n e "'t ,ti l s,,0( s (i Ill.e the i boly of s
atlirnedl lv tihe, tiplr '*nla'f rt lf the nd sl, ii o, ti have the undertaker
Stite., which is llio llm eii found law ii ilr.e-.s th. corpse in a i propelr manner
well sin g ,Ol Iilw.'cy. It is letter f ar a ini nI e ltlalli it arnd theyit would be( up
.Statt toe combine' its re.msiuree' into th"e theree, The'y went it ut and looked at
inept el.ctt riv flormli in tel' matter if tilt' ,.ur ilse, and it lek ed very much
onfiferrlig thle higher ie'lucation Uo llll it like what their father had en.' Nlow,
young citizens. It is now the 'ilt uty of there w,'is on it one oif these underta-
the I ,egilinture to maik.' liberal alpro- ker' clothm to kpi the lower jaw from
loriationx fior the I tooilorl o h, Mte ,roppillg down. The cloth in ofomS, wity
I r 'i" i t i i s e e t tr t ti c t st"' l r e e e ; :i ln 'I h e c 1 t h i i ell4 0 a1 1 W i t ) '
univeri iitly und of tihet llitrird of ( o' nt ril li'cahlae' dihl'oate'el, aiand tte', jiw ero peilivd
to expetlnd the inaie'y tl the et ad- Iwn, and there ,I feu t(. ,,li
vantage. It i time f'loridliiwis aurnum- ef the, corsel a et of fil|e' teeth
Ing an e'lucational rank at hcia t i'iitI tl he r t t*, ite I i t o h hia c r ,il t ,, i l., .
that of t a"'trog o't iitit'es i ell either Stittes. iYork m ia d; ''i'titt i l,, eiii fi e'h.'
Tampia T'ine's. 11e' n(,ever had fitl e' teetl t eli h 'Tite educational econie i- iof thel have falie' teeth; he died noti hbie tinil
DIuck 1an hill are hIouwn in their fm(t that to get fine teeth, itind we decline t ,
there' re lss than onei-fiourth the' stu- lipay the funeral expenses, nitlitil~
dentt now attteidiig t ihe higher institti- thbu far having Ibeelln doil. Then tIh'
ticns-of leiarnin i i thi-' Stait tehana there' undertaker had u conversation withill tic
w l'e ti \etai'r ig O. lit 'luiik Spriaig corpse' aftea r thlie l n.is l ihe(l eI-ft. Said
lBreeve,. If the' TIle-graph is noti very he, '"Oh, ye'; if you hadl kept your
much niiistuke'ii, ith is one oil'f tillte mte blamed mouth shut you would have hadl
cgle objects (that tihe MilUt' rters of their at first-class funeral (great laughter.)
iDuckinani ill ihadl il view when they conducted' in a first-claxs manner. with
votll fir it. The people o111 f the' State ail sorts of lplumes and feathers and
were' iredl of pMYinlg tai's to Supiliprt a four black horses and a great big ne-
s'it of lighl scheod ll upils itl lioie a lnd tallic camiakct and a fine l'hearme anfrhireli
another set at loIlardliii schools. aind the ii,miurianers, with all the latest embellish-
suplportereis t It( Huckman bill earnest- mntil tto welcome to the' feelings ofi
ly hoped thii iieasiil'eure w,,ul Ia lop oll the iorlpseM. but yeou could not keep your
expense of ie lii'ding set If lithe mouth shut, andl now you will ie' buriedl
bill is ialr'tdly aet'ncol li>lh ing this pjur- without iiny honolirs and nolme ly will at-
HeS, its eclioionelis re' atll right. Itrdn- attend the funeral. There, will not even
lord Tele grtIph. ite ilany hired nlournerae "
The d'ioi of the Supreie'lll' Court, Mr. Chairman, it is seldom, indeed,
01 asn enouncedi' last week, in the i'l cae of that intense national interest can leo'
F .1. Mo he eit nIl. vs. ithe Stalte of aroused ti the exhibition of any man's
Flridi, sustiiLining thiee rcoist.itutionMllitVy ores, uni le's the ore's are of a conta-
uf the' IhuckA n chool d lw as ienactedI Irious character: Happily for mankind,
by thel llt I.eginlature. i4s the final met the mores of injured vanity are never
tli'ment of a lmomeintlous iluelstion, and contagious
relieve the Itarl d of Contrl of further
embarrassment in its Ieerformance of Dagers of a Cold sad floew to Avoeld
duties its seK-cifile in the law. The Them.
board can now proceed to the tex;,endi- More fatalities have their origin in or
ture of funds in the erection of college result from a cold than from any other
buildings at Gaineaville and th(e removal cause. This fact alone should make
of the State property frrIm one place to people more careful, as there is no dan-
another or the sale of it for the benefit ger whatever from a cold when it is
of the new work to be done properly treated in the beginning. For
It is indeed fortunate that this point many years Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
of law has been Judicially determined edy has been recognized as the most
so early in the proceedings of the great rompt and effectual medicine in use
work of transformation, as It removes a for this disease. It acts on nature's
doubt from the minds of the people and plan, loosens the cough, rellevee the
establishes the legality of the law and lungs, opens the secretkio and aids na-
the Boasd of.Control, whoee s,- ture In restoring the system to a
pervislon the set othehe LagMslature is healthy con on. SM t all dru *
to be put in force.-Chlpley Banner. glts.


SeffMaM Uefts lay.
1.Sost=M seah day-a nile,
It ni much to give
But the little ifts of life
Make Msweet the days we live.
The world hs lone, sad he-rt
Tat wean blew amnd cheer,
And kind miles given each day
Make mmahine all the year.
Something each day-a word,
We do not know its power;
To strengthen, guide, to bless
Ev'n to life's latest hour;
What comfort oft it brins
Where m allI dark and rear!
And kind words given each day
Make pleeant all the year.
Something each day -a thought,
Unselfish, good, and true,
That aids another's needs
While we our way pursue,
That seeks to lighten hearts,
That makes life's way more clear,
For helpful thoughts each day
Make happy all the year.
Something each day-a deed
Of kindness and of gooxx.
To link in closer bond
All human brotherhood.
Oh, thus the heavenly will
We all may do while here,
For good deeds done each day
Make blessed all the year.
George Cooper
-----
The Grip.
"Before we can sympathize with
Others, we must have suffered our-
Mselves." No one can realize the suffer-
ing attendant upon an attack of the
grip, unless he has had the actual ex-
1prience. There is probably no disease
that causes so much physical and men-
tal agony, or which so successfully de-
ties medical aid. All danger from the
grip, however, may be avoided by the
pr mipt use of ( hamberlain's Cough
imrnedy. Among the tens of thousands
who have used this remedy, not one
case has ever been reported that has
resulted in pneumonia or that has not
recovered. For sale by all druggists. *


Makes KKeysa d iada S


The new Laxative
that doe., r rnaue ate.
Fleasant to take.


B. J. BOND,


Pbydscn and


IM~sesesoflM. Eye, Ear and No". a Spedaisty.

Olom.to old w.,ep"lWhystBook

IzecatilE ettee.
NOT1C-F. 18HCRKDY GIVEN TO ALL CREDO.
Iuy,. beffatemss Owdletviemwm ofthe intaw
of Harris D. HarmI -- -dee lated of. 1Losae onty.
plhwtda. aMd I*aM em As hevimagehlen ordo-
amends aalmst said o-Okto Psmamt msammot &eed-
In to kaw. wthin1wpi tw m twin" dthi% the
day &w ofAufgur4. Ift an swab c.h
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inw claims against said estate are hereby notiinea
A tenant wanted for the newest and to appear and file the same with theCounty Judge
best office room in the city. Call and | of Leon county. Florida, on or before March 7th,
look at it, up stairs, over The True 1906. R. A. WHITF ELD,
Democrat office. Tallahacnee, Fla., September 1st. 1905.-lem-6m.


lStomach and Liver
re trouble and
Laxatlve iFlt O yrL2 Chronic Constipation.


WHITxrim

Cream Vermifuge

TIE 6ARATEEO

S. WORM

REMEDY
T~K MLDOMIE'S FAVORIMT TONIC.
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TO. LOUIS. M46
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WamnmD-ds lgal form. Tree
Dmocrt W. tf


Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH.


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


A portion of the publie
patron e IIs olftlted
and satisfaction gtmaraa.
teed.
ne stationery, haf price, at R. J.


GILMOKE & DAVIS CO.,

(Incorporated.)

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
And Dealers in


HARDWARE,

Doors, Sash and Blinds, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Our experience of 35 years in the Building
Business. (ten years in the north and twenty-five years in the south) enable us to guarantee,
and perform all that is required of us in this line. We also make a specialty of


PLUMBING,
and as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latest improved
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
rules laid down by the city. We solicit your business.




Print and Prosper!


See John G. Collins About Your Job Printing I

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.
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COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, Telephone Building,
CALL PHONE; SEE AND GET US.


It is not always thebla$ m
that are the more cloeely r or in-
stance, The Trme Democrat, at Taila-
haisee, it not a blanket sheet, but every
line in its cokluna iseleelywrutltnsiL
It alway is s something to say, and
knows how to say it.-Oala Baniner.

of troubles to contend with, spring from
a torpid liver and blockaded bowels, un-
I eow you awaken them to their proper
action with Dr. King's New Life Pils;
the plesaatest and most effective core
for Cont=iptio. They prevent appen-
diciti and ton up the syste. 26c.
All druggists. ytm
Prof. Nathan B. Young was elected
treasurer of National asMociation of
Negro Agricultural and Mechanical Col-
lege of Presidents and Workers at their
annual meeting at Richmond, Va., last
week,
All of us, pro and con, now have a
tempting opportunity to subside into
graceful science as to the alleged con-
stitutional defects in the Buckman edu-
cational law. The Supreme Court of
Florida, after long and careful consid-
eration of the issue, has decided with-
out a dissenting opinion that the law is
constitutional, and the decision at once
clears the atmosphere and assures the
future of the University at Gainesville.
-Live Oak Democrat.
How to Prevent Bilious Attacks. "
One who is subject to bilious attacks
will notice that for a dayor more before
the attack he is not hungry at meal
times and feels dull after eating. A
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets when these first symptoms
appear will ward off the attack. They
are for sale by all druggists
Hogs For Sale!
Five fine Sows and a fine Male, also
26 head of fine Shotes. Apply to or
address F. P. Woodward.
To- - n
To Rent!


A uIase.d La#f speaks ao
a __ M -i owno.
Mrs. MidHel Bart, wife, the l m .
Intendent of Cart Sfervie at Ka id.L
Jamaica, West I Iaaoo 0=
lrin's Coah Remedy for maue.

adnse in it and would not w
a bottle of it in her home. SoldMbyjp
druggistss._
An exchange prescribes the following
as good treatment for your town: Praise
it; improve it; talk about It- write
about ft; trade at home; be pob ip
ited; take a home pride in it; tell of its
business resources; tell of its natural
advantages; trade and induce others to
trade here; when strangers come to
town use them well; don't call your
best friends frauds and impostors; sup-
port the local institutions that benefit
your town; look ahead of yourself when
all the town is to be considered; don't
forget you live off the people here, and
you should help others as they help you.
Pleasant and Nest Kffective.
T. J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, Lib-
erty, Texas, writes Dec. 25,1902: "With
pleasure, and unsolicited by you, I bear
testimony to the curative power of Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup. I have used
it in my family and can cheerfully af.
firms it is the most effective and best
remedy for coughs and colds I have
ever used." For sale by all druggists. *
Nicest Ofice a City.
To Rent. A nice new, clean room,
with all conveniences. Can be used in
one large room or made into three
rooms. Would make a splendid place
for lodge or club room. Apply at True
Democrat Office.
Tell your friends to subscribe.
Notice to Creditors.
THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF
Henry J. Richardson, deceased, having been
untesrted by the administrator, all persons hav.


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T7iZ TRUEt DMOCAT. cunmT SneUm3
-M CMSUeM. basW egulq MNeethlvy Meal drmal
w. relM.a, T.am b
UZLS UV-T FRIDAT 1TecORNI. M ounty eominsews of LAM
county held tmeir regular meeting Jan-
4. "a ~ w asu maryIM at whiih the fu mnwmber-
'in it -4 sh- were present.
reMtWe ty ae --,,d thy Uslt. Tht board empowered Hon. John C.
lt t ,t cW ho M rM Moore to have all necessary repairs to
Now.sl -tahshowem the Irma bridge, across Ocklockoase
MasasW d w sd river made.
o -A .Le The bonds of the following justices
41 you would have a happy new year, of the peace were aroved:
try to make other people happy. J.R. Dorme, Diet t No. 8;
Mrs Dr. R. A. Shine spent the he-i J. R. Miller, District No. 12.
daMrs. Dr. with her parent spenthe ho It was ordered by the board that The
S with her parents at Ga. Weekly True Democrat be designated
Don't make too many resolutions at as the official organ for Leon county for
the beginning of the year, but try to the year of 1906.
keep some of the old ones. The board authorized H. T. Felkel to
An excellent remedy for a cold on the purchase such file cases for stationery
chest is a mixture of common yellow as he deems necessary.
vaseline and turpentine, which is to be The report of W. W. Williams, J. C.
thoroughly rubbed into the chest. Drake and C. B. Allen, a committee ap-
Start the new year right. Patronize pointed to make change in the Tallahas-
home industry, and include the name of see and Jackson's Bluff road at and
P. T. Nicholson on your shopping list near Jackson's Bluff, was received and
for 1906. 45-3t the road as changed was declared the
Mr M. C. McIntosh, Miss Cle.public road
Hampton and Mr. G.Mcntosh, Miss Clem. he commissioners selected from the
returned to their postsfter having vis- registration books 310 names to be put
cited Miami and other points. into the jury box for the year 1906.
cited Miami and otr points.The following were appointed as road
Miss Rossie Sauls returned to Calla-i commissioners for the year 1906:
han this morning, after having spent District 1-D. F. Gramling, W. T.
the holiday season at her home and re- Gramling, Edmond F. Jones.
mained for the wedding ceremony ofi District 1-W. A. McDermid, W. J.
her sister. !Johnson, W H. Lester.
"A good beginning is a thing half District 3-David W. Redd, G. G.
done." You make a good beginning Gibbs, E B. Garner.
when you consult P. T. Nicholson, the District 4-Zed. Russell, Geo. W Al-
Jeweler. 45-3t ligood, W. R. Gray.
Mix a little printer's ink with your I District 5-P. L. Boatwright, C. R.
business and find out what kind of a i Langston, Scott C. Fleming.
crop of patronage that never-failing warrants were drawn against the
quality of fertilizer will bring to you in several funds as follows:
the harvest of customers. Others have General revenue - $1,232.18
tried it successfully, why not you? Roads and bridges 233.25
Mr. P. T. Nicholson, the enterprising Fines and forfeitures. 1,330.71
Jeweler, is to be congratulated on the
fine line of Jewelry and Cut-Glass Ware Total----------... 2,796.14
that he carries in stock. It would be
well for interested parties to inspect. 45 The stone of i)euntny.
See the large, new advertisement of The historic stone known in Scotland
the Gilmore & Davis company in this as the "S'tne of I estiny, in Ireland
issue of the True Democrat. 1'his firm as the "Lia Fall" atnd in Engannid as
knows the value of printer's ink and "Jacob's Pillar" or the "Scone" is said
giving their business "Publicity." Ei- to have lton brought from Egypt to
their of that firm will tell you that it Irehlnd by a beautiful princess, who
pays to advertise. They do it all the placed It In Tar's ball in i B. C. At
time. present this very ancient relic is fas-
It will pay our readers to look care- tenet underneath the coronation chair
fully over the advertisements in this is- it Westminster abtbey. The stone is of
sue. The enterprising business man dark color, streaked with red, and i
Tho has something to sell you at a fairdark color, streaked with r and Is
price, and invites you to his store n twenty-six Inches long, sixteen Inches
through your home papers, means some- wide and eleven Inches thick. Its sur-
thing by so doing and you will find it face is much defaced, and a deep crack
pays you to see him when you wish to almost divides it Into two parts. Tra-
purchase goods. edition says that this stone can be trae-
Legal advertisements are set in the ed back to the plains of Luz, where
smallest type and as compact as it is Jacob laid his bead upon it and dream-
possible to make them in this paper, as ed his ladder dream, and that at the
required by law. You will notice that captivity Jeremiah carried it to Egypt.
some others put theirs up in large type
and leaded out to cover space and make
them cost. Every one has the right to A Love Test.
direct where these legal advertisements This tale is told in the orient: A lady
hall be published. See ? one day found a mtan following her,
Messrs. J. M. and C. E. Sauls, who and she asked him why be did so. Ills
recently removed here from West Vir- reply was. "You are very beautiful,
ginia, and who are making for them- and I am in love with you." "Oh, you
selves an enviable record as contractors think mte licnutiful, do you? There is
and builders, have just returned from a my sister over there. You will find her
hunt near Braswell Bay, and report ex- much,, more beautiful than I am. Go,
cellent luck, having bagged four fine and make love to her." On hearing
deer. This was their first deer drive, tb, the wan went to see the sister, but
and their elation over its success is jus- th th a w t to tt
tified. They were piloted by that ex- found shi' was very ugly. so he came
perienced hunter and all-around good back in an angry mood and asked the
hunter, John Houston, of Sopchoppy. lady why she had told him a falsehood.
The Florida Female College is doing She then answered. "Why did you tell
nicely under the management of Presi- me a falsehood?" The man was sur-
dent Murphree and his able assistants, praised at this aneusation and asked
and of course Tallahassee is not kick- when he had done so. Her answer
ing about the Buckman bill and its re- was: "You said you loved me. If that
suits. We had a good school in the old had teen true you would not have gone
Florida State College and no one to make loe to another woman."
doubts but what the college as it now is to make love to another wo
will be carried to the very top notch of
efficiency and perfection. Nothing else
would suit Prof. Murphree. his assist- Korean (b saren.
ants, and Tallahasseeans. We have no The children of Korea are extremely
time to throw away abusing Mr. Buck- quaint and pretty, especially when only
man or the school board up this way. a few years old. At New Year's they
Col. J. P. Williams, of Savannah, are generally dressed up In brand new
president of the G F. and A. railway, frocks, and though, according to our
has been here a couple of days on im- ideas of taste. we should not give yel-
portant railway business" .In regard to low sl.eeves to a bright red Jacket and
the report that the Carrabelle, Talla- wear this over a green frock. I must
hassee aud Georgia railroad had been say that somehow or other It looks all
iod, Col. Williams stated yesterday right there and relieves the monotony
mortgage by a syndicate of the trus- of the sempiternal white garments. The
tees.The sale means the merging of faces of the children are whitened with
the Carrabelle. Tallahassee and Geor- chalk. and the hair Is oiled and parted
gia railway into the Georgia, Florida in the middle, plastered down and tied
and Alabama railway system. nluto one or two small pIgtalls.--'orn-
The lives of very rich people and hill.
great magnates are disproportionately W
sad and tragic. Charles T. Yerkes, the We have just turned out from our
Chicago street railway man, lay dying job department the minutes of the for-
Sin the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, separated tieth session of the Florida Conference,
from his family and surrounded by hire- A M E. Church. ishop Benjamin
lings only At the last hour his wife Tucker Tanner, presiding, and have a
relented and went to see him and letter from the Bishop, who has had
speeded his soul with her forgiveness large experience i handling printed
it were better for Yerkes to have died matter for his churches, congratulating
in a hovel with his head pillowed through the neatness, correctness and


all his last sickness on the arm of his promptness 1f the wor ano inrorming
faithful and lovin wife. It would have us he will send us the minutes to print
been worth all the millions he has ac- for the Conference he is now presiding
cumulated. --Tampa Times. over at Lake City, and also of a book
* Governor Broward has issued death he has prepared himself
Warrants for four murderers all to be LONG DISTANCE TILEPRONI.
executed on the 9th day of February, Use the long distance telephone.
as follows : Howard Sanford, convicted Connection can be given to any point
in Wakulla county, at the fall term of on the Southern Bell System. blic
the Circuit Court, of murdering the first long distance telephone at Central ofe:
degree and sentenced to be hung ; Noble long distance botelephoks soldne at Cent diaount.
Collins, convicted at the fall term of A ly at Telehone office.
the Circuit Court, Lake county, and 4.q-'i W.L. Moon. Manager
tntenced to be hung for the murder of f. L. Moo, Manager.
Jlia Sharp; Andrew Jackson, alias lm
Sim Jackson, convicted at the fall term IJLl
0 the Circuit Court, St. Johns county. .- easm 01 -t JO n* ,.em
for the murder of Ace Jackson; Rob
ert Ford, convicted at the fall term of See our line of Fascinators Circulars
the Circuit Court of Nassau county, for and Newport Shawls, and Ladies'
the murder of Gussie Williams. Blouses. R. J. Evans.


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Effective November 22 the T. S. E.
train for Wacissa will leave Tallahassee
depot at 2 p m. daily, except Sunday,
returning to arrive in Tallahassee at
4:30 p. m
F. P. Woo)AAR)D, Agent

For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T.
Damon 'Phone No. 198. 35-tf

Economy Fence 1
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before pure easing.
I am generalal Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to IN'
the very

BEST and

SHE PEST
Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
SALES AGENT,
!40-tf Centreville. Florida.


F. E. NIMS,

WHOLEBALS AND RETAIL DIAL,
ER IN ALL KINDS OF



Fresh Meats.

FRONT STALL, CITY MARKET,
WrST SIDE OF BUILDING.
TALLAHASSE, FLORIDA.
A PORTION OP YOUR PATOtNAOG
IS SOLAOITED. PROMPT ATTN.
TION 18 GIVEN TO ALL ORDBRS.
TELIPHONB NO&. 1.


MULtte eo d Plume Bep Cuple"i

".he little heed plws ashoumdot be
rqarddas a mairyto be had by a few,
but a ncessity, to be had b every.
bo, I Iafleot a doctor whos.ad, If It
can be called a fad, 4ithatpeoplehould
be comfortable as they seep. "Most
people exclaim to m, 'why, we are
comfortable when we ae' but I know
hattbr. They can't wit h ad lying
on the usual bed pilow, whi
brings a strain at the neck. Uncon-
sciously, people strive to avoid this
neck strain by bolstering their head
with arm or hand, by humping the pil-
low about the body, by attitudes that
throw the whole body into a stiffness
that does not permit perfect relaxation.
Little head pillows obviate all this
strain. It is not a fad to have two or
even three to tuck about one's neck
and back to relieve the slightest effort
against absolute relaxation. :
'I never knew what peace was till I
tried your idea,' one of my patients
to!d me. 'I never waked up in the
morning without a strain of more or
less annoyance to me in my neck, for
through all my lifo I never had been
able to get perfectly comfortable in bed.
Now I tuck my little wedge pillows, as
I call them, about me and never bother
about comfort, for I am simply sur-
rounded by it.' Speaking of comfort
in sleep, why are most people so hard
on themselves in the matter of blankets?
People who can have plenty of luxuries
stint themselves in the quality of their
blankets, purchasing ?or themselves
those made for the most part of cotton.
heavy, unyielding coverings that settle
down like a weight of lead upon one,
tiring tired out limbs all through the
night. It's warmth that one wants
from blankets covering, not weight.
Every ounce of weight on the body as
it sleeps is an ounce of something to be
deplored.
"Let it be your first luxury, if you
will insist upon calling necessities for
health luxuries, to put a lot of good
money in blankets. You'll have to put
in a lot of money, for the fine blankets
are expensive. A very tine blanket,
carefully cared for at wash times and
at moth seasons, will outlive a cheap
blanket by so many years that there is
absolutely no comparison between them.
A good solid part of one's twenty-four
hours is spent in sleep. Upon the
length of that sleep and upon the qual-
ity of it depend your vitality in your
waking hours. The excellence of your
work, the thoroughness of your pleas-
ure, depend upon your sleeping well.
You can't sleep well unless you sleep
comfortably." -Kansas City Journal.
Blanls for Sale.
Among the blank forms kept in stock
at The True Democrat office are the
following:
Deed-No. 1. Conforming to thestat-
ute.
Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended
acknowledgment for dower.
Mortgage-Nos 1 and 2, as above.
Chattel Mortgage or Bill of Sale, with
Note.
Crop Mortgage, with Note.
Turpentine Lease.
Promissory Note.
We also have a supply of "NO Al)-
iMITTANCE" signs.
I Call and see them.
Schedule T. S. I. Railroad.


Nd et. P f algeS or Dishbargem
Oraceafs t= 1 TRAT I.




Turnips and Ruta Bagl Seed, flneat
quality, at Ya&gr'a. tf

Herring, Wt T. B. Byrd'.


A Cup of Whiteo Boen or Bl*e Label
maca and Java Cee, .
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cof.
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.


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ABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
--FOR-


SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, WASHING-
TON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
- NEW YORK.


TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,


SEABOARD EXPRESS,


SEABOARD MAIL,


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.


ONLY LINE i
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.

For full information and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write i


A. O. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
JACKSONVILLE,


S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
Passenger Agent.
FLORIDA.


GEORGIA, FLORIDA & ALABAMA RY.

Schedule Effective November Ist, 1905.
North Bound.
i.v Tallaha -wi. ,;. F_& A A .25,m ... 6.40
Ar lake Jackson. G '. & A. 3:4im .6:bM
Ar Havana. (;. F. a A. 4:o'ipm 7507--
Ar Bainbriig G K & A. 5."jn ... -8:0m
Ar MonLtgomnry. A. C. I.. 6:15 p
Ar Brunswick, A. C. L.... :il&sM
Ar Savannah, A. C. I. :'p.
Ar Cuthbert. G. F. & A. )pm 11:31am
Ar Maeon. C. of (;. 12:0am 4:10pS
Ar Atlanta. ('of G. 7:.VAm 7i-p
South bound.
I.v Tallahoe". C. T. &a (. 2.)pm 8.00
Ar lanark Inn. C. T. a G. 3:46pm o10:41
Ar Carrablle, C. T. a G. 3A:6pm 1i:I10
Ar Apalachicola. Stenmr .7:te0pm
Through tickets and quickest ervIce to all xwiinta North and Eapt. For full informatkm apply
to nearest G. F. A A. Ky. Agent. or write to
J. H. McWILLIAM, G. P. A.. R. C. SNIPESTT. P. A..
Balnbridge. Ga. Talkhoms,. PI%,4


PUNRfISMD ROOMS,
With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle.
men. Central, care True Democrat. tt

A high ad. cow, fresh, for alse
cheap. AI to
Mr Jutiuu SOLOMON,
Corer Monroe and Virginia Ste.

Blankets, Comforts and Spreads in
great varieties, at right prices, at
James'. 89-4t
Syrup Barrels for sale at Hih*
tower's. 5-S


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Chiffoniers,


Bureaus,


Washstands,


Bedsprings,


Mattresses,


Pillows,


Comforts,


Blankets,


Water sets.


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All kinds of Furniture needed in the Bedroom, Dressingroom,


Diningroom, Hall and Parlor.


SELL FURNITURE

INSTALLMENTS.


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