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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: February 2, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
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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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t ekly ruw &nmorrat.

VOL. 1. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. NO. 49.

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

GN. WVHUJLK. KILLED ST ACCIDENT. HAVE OOGA ZED COLLEGE NEWS. TO EXPLORE
LAID AT REST s Drew, ofr oston. Thrown Fro BOARD COMMISSIONERS Two **tertaimu s Plan4ed for *h THE EVERGLADES
a Horse and Skull Fractured. Next Few Days.
SMiss Ethel Drew, of Boston, a visitor Members of the Board of Contr c, in Results of Trip Will Awaited With
Our Galleat Her Sleeps la National at St. Augustine, who was thrown from To ElaUIle Claims la Settlomeat of charge of the State educational institu- Interest.
Cemetery. her horse on Saturday, died Monday Indian War Claims. tions, will hold their monthly meeting From Jakonville MetropolisJan. 2&,1
With full military honors. General from the effects of her injuries The Governor, Hon. N. B. in this city on next Monday. This will ad Cldwell M, a contractor.
According to the St. Augustine Even- The Governor, Hon. N. B. Broward; be the first time the Board has met David Caldwell, a contractor and
Joseph Wheeler, a veteran of two ing Record, the accident occurred in State Treasurer, Hon. W. V. Knott, here since it organized the State Col- builder of New York City, is nowatSt.
wars, former Representative in Con- this wise: Miss Drew was mounted on and the Attorney-General. Hon. W. H. lege for Women, and it is the intention Lucie visiting his old friend, E. C. 8um.
gross and a retired officerof the United a spirited animal and was cantering Ellis met in the Executive Office at Tal- of the members of the Board of Con- merlin, after vainly trying to tndere
Statesarmywa long on St. George street, when she trol of the State Board of Education to
Stations army, wl Cemetery at Ad to rest ihon Mothe encountered an automobile,w which fright- lahas on this the 29th day of Janu- visit the College early in the week. A the sweltering atmosphere of Jsa
yNational Cemetery at Arlihgton Mn- ended her horse. Before the young lady ary, 1906, and organized "The Board of pleasant feature in connection with the the past month, says the I.
day afternoon, Jan 27. The s pots e- could draw the bridle in tight the terr- Commissioners to examine I n to all visit will be a public reception in East LucieTribune. He also to
assy slope to the riht of the isto fed horse swung around the oer and claims in which it s set forth that the Hall, of theCollege on Monday even- days in Cuba on his return ro
rh unl, ovelo ig the nstor dashed at full speed towards Cordova, State of Florida has received money ing between the hours of 8 and 10 maca. Mr. Caldwell, who is a dit
Loe mansion, overlooking the national onridge street.Theanma a reived m on n of a globe trotter as won as a t-I
capital. Veterans of two conflicts, in ed a sharp turn at the corner of Bre from the UIted States In the settle-. o'clok It will be given tcuy d members of a globe trotter as well as a
which Gen. Wheeler distinguished him- eda Corva street an the doinr s ment of the Indian War Claims which f both boards by the faculty weeks every year in sthe td
Ilf, peb onal friends, representatives handling heavily and throwing money the State never paid out, and dent bod of the college, asted byhunting and Ra, with
of both branches of Congress and citi- lpor a straees, m and king which now thetly due to the Talahasse, fwho hae hunti iad shhr, with alyve
oeont binher i pas rites tano hct the rider into the air. Miss Drew's t lately shown such deep interest in the of boys for guidess a d nco
ead general tribute to adsruckthesaddle in her fall and TheGovernor was chosen Chairman, College and itsprogress It s positive- "The HaanaPost h e fol
tiresden hoposmeveld persoamey atc fshe suffered a fractured skull. Her leader, and trnyerl Setaryiof ly understood that no special Invitations say in refen.c re ewto th vge
Prndeid t Roosevelst peAsgnally r head and face were severely cut and thel the Boa re ill be Issued, but It is just as positive- Mr. Caldwell's 1wr i'into
widedthe issurds.ut at of Just atepBoad.e-
from the Spatish War Veterans met wounds bled profusely. An ambulance Noclaims ainsbeen fled withthe ly announced thad t the faculty and stu- knowns swam ou oefFwIP ,-d
frole rSpanish a l ve tea t B o od ha _qeten fle with the Neie p ettaks o whoe h1
the body n Its arrival there and stood was quickly summoned and thea injured Board it was not aemed necessary to ientonl eptoa the dpeo o the weep n "This is ta so wild m e
aa nt utVorabdut woa idvea Yon t Fa hs-eemploy anycleal aid for the present o t en le issibl that itas never be Sl
as a g in St. John's E.dicopalt iital, where an operation wasiperformed'butoo an dvte o the atot and profi ttw aid8In okong Sthrdeveni ng os- v lel
Ing, when theywere replaced by regu- Mis Dre eandher father, Mr. C. C. neet ain the day of April, honor the reception is given. The Col- m whoN mad a o fe
army guards. The body lay in state Drew, of Boston, had been in mSt. e Augus- 1 Coooen Vit m
Drew, of Boston, had been in St. Auus- le blons to Tallahassea as well hoand
noon, wchurchune it was viewed bye anft ne for several weeks, making the C la l as to the itate at large, and the are uralit In search pa
o oned e t ser vie waes onuct Ocean View Hotel their home. The la asked to give assistance to the faculty by WHoRIf W' r ...
frendsheA brief service wheas cond t young lady was an excellent horse- Miss Almah Copeland, of Metcalfe. their presence at least, in entertaining "The starting L porlatlr. Ne
ed at the chu orebythe sRev. Ernest woman and almost daily indulged in her Ga. who i well known to some of our the guests of the evening. Tha ecep- trip will be St. e, a village m t
Stn ew York on Sundays favorite recreation. The terrible acci- readers, and Mr. Folsom.belonging to tic will take place in the dining room Indian river. Here e will get hot e
The recession from the church was dent and its fatal sequel have cast a naval store company who have head and during the evening refreshments and his two 'cracker' uides, without
hesdbya betallion of engineers. A gloom over the circle of her acquaint- quarters at Metealfe, were married will be served. All friends of the Col- whom an attempt to penetrate th fa
riderless hor was led with the cavp- anes&aMis deplored by every one. The Sunday, January 19th, at Spring Hill lege are asked to consider this a co*. mous swamp would be a foolish nder.
alry. Following came veterans'organ- body was sent to Boston today. church, near Metealfe. The marriage I dial invitation to be present. taking. These boys, whose fathers l
aionse... was t surprise to all the friends of tre Miss Mary Angell, a piano soloist of grandfathers orew up in the cotun .
izations: s U ltlh brid, her parents even not being aware much renown, who is making a South- know every Inc of the teanchero. bo
United Confederate Veterans Means the ability do a good day's of her intention. Sunday was thereg- er tour under the auspices of the Cable and threadmn streams that make t
GasnAry of the Rpublic. work. without undue fatigue and to ular appointm of the pastor, Rev. Co any will give a piano recitalin region so mysterious and impsee
S ni sa Veter find ife worth livir. You cannot have W. C- Embry, a" the young couple the chapel of the Womens' College be- ble.
Company Wheel Confeder ate indigestion or constipation without its took advantage of the fact and were grinning at 8 o'clock on Saturday even. From the 'Seven MileHole, a Tat
C r Atlanta ttin the liver and pouting the very quietly maed without any fussy ng, for the benefit of the student body r which marks the limit of
Ar Na Unl Such a coniton ma be best preparation uch as usually character to which the music-loving residents of ation to the nervous tourist from the
The honrary pallbearers included and quickest relieved by Herine the curh weddings. Tallahassee ar cordially Invited. Those coast, who occaalonally wandered In this
General ates, General Lamar an beat liver regulator that the wrla has attending from town are requested to direction, to the dark palmetto-b er
other Confederate veterans, officers of eve known. Mrs. D. W. Sithwrites A the Stoah. be in the chapel promptly at 8 o'clock. ed banks of Lake Okeechobee; the ex.
Gen. Wheeler's staff in the Spanish April 3, 1902: "1 use Herbime, and find Belchig and that sense of fullness so Admission will be free to everyone. lorer is constantly up to knees or hpa
War, Ge Stephen Lee, Gen. A. p it the best medicine for constipation often experienced after satng is caused Miss Angell, the soloist, iy In mud ad rand hia use
Stewart Gen Bas Duke and re regulating the ter I overused." by te formation of a. e stomach who has won for herself the danger of sticking n the bbog at
resentatiw from bath houses of Con. re- 5 old by a Druggists fails to perform its functions and the past two or three years a grt repute- partof the route. Scattered thr
graes d prominent men fomery food ferments. Chamberlain's Stomach tion and the recital on Saturday even- out the country are elumpsof buh
closesly prlat eo oially to ene Mr. hWm. Dia k, who hs been visit- and Liver Tablets will correct the dis- ing promisem to be a v ry ojoyable one. onb higher ground, called lands be-
Wclosely related olally to General hisdaught ers.O.C. VanBrunt, order. They aid edition and strength- She s makingthe present tour under cause in the summerorwet season they
heat returned M en- and nvo t the stomach and the direction of the Cable Company an are the only untbmeed pots on the
on theaeduct bri d e into Vrginla dntohis home I ra county. Mrs. bowels. For sale by all Druggists. on Saturday evening will giveherreei- country's surface. Thee serve for


on the u edu e a rig adiergini un wnanc e re t. n. .v h me ommn deer, bwid
past Fort M er where the cannot fired tae t o t caityWedns nh n Y nd sa cr an hindm re tel upon a Mason & Hamlin gra piano. camping spots,
d n turned toADhit nesd M. r A l new dt I Collars and Chimlsett Mrm nE lAht
a salute. h oe ures paid s the dela of- n lace and lk B nburg at R. J. Ev- Best lin of Work Pants ever in T ael- N te AB DAN.
ficer w* those of a major- eall, "ce a""'tatnwildernessthat
War, although he died a brigadier-genh- the srac e othewam iadedt b
The w le ountt mournsthe k f ohh igh palmettoes, deer, wild t rke,
Dra tequail and other gMes are the
erThe native boys show the contmpte
this great Southern statesman. One life by going barefoot, where bot
by one the old Confederate veterans are tienakes and .moccasins aboun i
taken to rest and soon all will have O E Ity I T ual Lifel Insuran e Co pany, cats are apt to drop out over
crossed over the river, wer, e all the a branches ont o tone's head at inopport
pure and true gather. Let us deal AIYGHO AMPATO N Y. nmomesnto. Ani gha d at e appoth
gently with the few that are left to ---Ur"-sa ,. r. moments. Alligators at the appro lh
abide w.th us yet for a little while* ,P of hunters make off through the bu et
Nothing in this world shoud shouldbe too fa \ f_ ....N.. .. f .. l l.. .... treamta. Siotme roeodile
good for a worthy old "Vet ", who wore ao found The *llitoro maKe t
the gray. There today insurance companies ner the business of the Security Mutual night hideous with their bellowing
Galdeste' Sea Wall n! in operation in the United States that Life Insurance Co. has increased in TBirds of all descriptions brigkte
Share everything that is calmed for them volume to a very great extent, and the forest with y plumage Th
makes life as safe now in that city as One of thme is the Security Mutual while there are much larger companies, i ret a ver rare b muforI
on the hi gr uplands E. W. Goodloe. Life Insurance Co., with genera lG~ces there are none more conservative, or plumes isrycormona herefamobut it ispr.
who resides on button street in Waco. located in Pinghampten. N. Y., aad of of which a more conservative man pre- I t law Sawfish mullet a
Tex., needs no sea wall for safety. He; 0 which Charles M. Turaer is President. sides as President. Mr Turner s a interme te sizs of fish are to be
writes: "I have used Dr. Kg's New The Secity Mutual as a record be. practical self-made man, one who is t i~hthe trawler line. Af o t
Discovery for consumption me pasa fve h.id it that is one of tie cleanest and thoroughly versed in all the intricacies g coast, adjacent to the swamp and on
years ana it keep. me wl .learest that we have ever seen or of life insurance, having devoted many .. theo pninsula and between the sea and
Before that time I had a cough whirh heard of It is one of the most modern years to its close study., It is due to mP the Indian river hear are numerous.
for years had been growing worse. . mpaniesuin existence at the present thi.. and to his m. ni.c..nt reputation g. **Mr. Ca.weli
Now it's gone Cures Chronic u(,uih,, If\ time; the nates and policies that are throughout the principal insurance cen- .expects to stay in this
LaGippe, Croup. Whooping. ( . i"al in every particula,, its form being ters of the world that The Memphis wilderness about two months beforere-
end prevents Pneumonia. Picasant tO; in dirt"ct accord with the wishes of its Times has taken .caHion to pay him hi tusines in New York
tade. .Ever .....i.. Lotleethenlection of PrsidentTursand his company iwch a high compli- V A Debit to Be Encouraged.
Druggists Prnce m t ie the election of PI~ident Tur- .n.1 The mother who has acquired the
bottle free. p'' h. 9 '. i habit of keeping on hand a bottle of
The ".i..apper" Caught... Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, .avu
beDeurin a me r of daystheren asn FROM MEMPHJS TIMES. A worthy Tribute from a disinterested Party, af- end anxiety. Coughs, colds and crou
th sprtiouotheored people ter a thorough Investigation, by the New York Investigating Committee. "P quickly cured byt e it counrcts
him. The "Kidnapper" has been al- ed any tendency of a cold to result in
Lntrested, and he turns out to be Tom M A PUIULY MUTJUAL COMPANY, CONDUCTED SOLELY IN THE pneumonia,a and if Rgiven as soon as the
R Intyrep who lived at the same house at on .- "rsts
which did the old colored woman who had .P INTEREST OF POLLY HOLDERS P preen nothen atc.riouh is mdy on-r
heyvedi Fr htwndjus e., POLICIES Registered by the State of New York. Priviliege of .? pret rty., odb a Du
fode te rotbery Thoat.old "d thold taking Dividends every five years. Guranteed Expense Account. gusts ----___
were in town and that there WoUl Three Features that make these the best Contracts on the market. b GlV, PrMe^to.
lots of shooting and fuss; he got some gR The etrsta aeteete etC nrcso h akt P Gem .. E. B. Bailey has announce hia


of them excited and during the night h : candidacy for the office of Railroad
fired his pistol and stole her trunk con- .P Look into this while your Health permits and take on an Adequate amount n Commissioner He has already received
training the money during the excite f M ine ovrup is- of
ment. Sheriff Hopkins took in the rue Of Protection for your Loved Ones. Our Coupon Bonds are the best Invest- from e i various parts oTtm
situation at a glance at the surround- th ment ever offered Young Men to build up an Estate for their own use and at State. If the General's bainess nter-
s, and now h", Sir Thomas. the sets will allow his giving Roperr attsm.
"Kidnapper" in jail He admits the the same time create an Insurance Fund for the Future. .f. tlotothecampalginewfino
shooting and the stealing of the money. "liven" things up. The railroads hae
but will not, as yet. tell where he has m BUY SECURITY MUTUAL, AND YOU BUY THE BEST. no reasontof htIs, for thy k
hidden it that he will treat thm fal. t
Cro. A PROPOSITION, NOT FOR TO-DAY ALONE, BUT FOR THE RAINY t ohae several times toed him
Begins with the symptoms of a common .r .. MeEBhawse m ed
Scold there s hilliness., nein.. ore DAY THAT IS SURE TO COME. o ell B. sa3e's 3
S throat, hot skin, quick pulse. ha tseshis l ,noeCe se'News: O E
essand impededrespiration. Givef., level bestfotr him if no cal e
S- -g do m.lf a rd'o Drop me a line and I will take pleasure in calling on you. issm are m th nto e |
apy'ouen pya ol. CHA.sn.ee MYS G n Aueat. A a.nT .. i" s.#A.-
mea .,.,toL Mrs.A. V,.,, A.t W G M A dS
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satwerd u s..e Cl Matter March I., IsM. at
the Pest 'OffM at TallahaMe. sorldU under
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Obl In Telephone Buildinr. Corner Adams and
Clinton street. Telephone No. 1M.


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT
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lobseription. 11.00 Per Yar, In Advance.
Advertising Rates on Applikation.


The True De scret is the Offical Noeweper
of Leon County.

Tallahassee, Friday, Feb. 2, 19W6.

"An officer in a servant of the people
and shouldd protect, and not use his in-
fluence to oppress them "
No one can be perfectly free till all
are free; no one can be perfectly moral
until all are moral; no one can be per-
fectly happy till all are happy. Spen-
cer.
It in reported that Mr. W. G Sand-
lan of Jasper, whom Governor Broward
appointed to succeed Mr. Adams on the
Board of Control, has notified the Gov-
ernor that he must decline that honor.
This paper has been duly designated the
official organ of Leon county and here-
after all official notices of the Board of
County Commissioners will be found in
its columns. We never run the line at
the head of our columns until we had
the official right to do so.
Governor Broward has appointed Hon.
Randall Pope, of Madison, as a member
of the Educational Board of Control to
, sueeaw t -on. Nathaniel Adams, who
recently redig*'jd because he was not In
harmony with It m'aority of the Board
regarding questions to be decided by
the Board.
There is plenty of room for factories
in Florida, and the sooner they are
started the better It will be for the
country. The few canning factories
that have been started have all done
well The brick factories are busy, and
there is a demand for more. Florida is
booming. Gainesville Sun.
The many Florida friends of Hon.
W. K. Zewadsky, of Marion county,
will regret that he ham sold his com-
fortable home at Ocala, and will re-
move to Springfield, III, to reside. He
has been one of Florida's most useful
citizens and of course carries with him
and his excellent family all of our best
wishes.
lion. Wm. M. Girardeau, of Monti-
cello, who has represented Jefferson
county in the House of Representatives
during the last two sessions of the Leg-
Islature, is announced as a candidate for
Senator and will probably represent the
22d Senatorial District during the next
two sessions. He is a safe man to send
to Tallahassee at this particular time.
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Hon. E. B. Bailey, of Jefferson
county, well known all over his native
State of Florida, has announced in the
Monticello News that he will be a can.
didate before the coming primaries for
a membership on the Railroad Commis-
salon, two of whose members will have
to be nominaed at the primaries A
lively campaign may now be looked for.
Plautus did not live in this day and
age, when It is impossible to cancel an
obligation with the average politician
who thinks he has done one a favor.
There is such a thing as not being satis-
fled, even after the principal has been
paid with interest compounded, and
many there be who have fully paid up
and now consider the debt of gratitude
fully settled. See?
Editor Frank W. Walpole, of the
Manatee Record, puts it this way:
"Ex-Governor Jennings didn't seem to
last long as vice-president of the Jack-
sonville million dollar bank. It would
be unkind to say that he wasn't worth
the money as a lawyer, and as there
were no convieta to let, he was up
against it and had to step down and
out. _________
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We commend to the thoughtful con-
sideration of our readers these patriotic
words of Mayor Fagan, of Jersey City,
before the Young Men's Christian Asso-
elation in New York city on Sunday:
"Too many Christian men stand aside
and look with horror and disgust on the I
existing conditions in our public life- -
conditions for which they are reapons- I
ble. Every man owe It to his country
and to his God to take an active part in
psetles. Join the elube of your party
sad don't leave all the work to the po- I
tlestl heeled and the grafters. My I


seperkieee oevines ame that the peo.
pie as a whole are honest. They want
their rfglts, but unfortunately they |
will not always fght for them." I


THg TRUIt DLMOCK T
J01m 6, 0LUJm, h mv.


number of printers to bid on a 50,000
copy edition of a pamphlet article of
some kind that is to be issued by the ,
Internal Improvement Board of the
State of Florida. The board also has
In the hands of the printer another vol.
ume of the minutes of the board for t
back years- reprints of pamphlet re- d
port* now being printed in volumes. c
Capt. B. F. Whitner spent several c
several days in the city this week on d
business connected with the State Hoe-
rital for the Inane, and left Tueeday f
For the Institution. His friends were d
Pleased to see him ooUM so well ad
to learn from hitm i -l Lanl
eaith is much better now days he atf t
safg very little from hreumatnim. a


monster 00 horse power eight-cylinder
ar. It was his first real race that he
ran, yet it was the moat wonderful
race that has ever been driven.
Now that the smoke of the hbatte of
the city primary has cleared away, the
lead buried, and the wounded tenderly
cared for, let us all stand together and
*e who will be foremast in the ranks
of reform. If thinwsaeed doig kt'a
d them and then talk about It. We
l agree that we ashoM have a beauti-
S Mealy Wand order town. It is the
uty of or oamof ua to do his part
asmpear wat reit,
hen there will be no esaesty, no oc-
asloa wdwr the sa for ,* m-.


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' GEIRAL, JoSs3M WHKIELL.
A New York dispatch of January 28
says: "An imposing military pageant,
passing across Brooklyn bridge, brief
services at t. Thomas Epiaeopal Church
in Fifth avenue, and an escort acres
the North river ferry to Jersey City,
where the body was placed on a train,
to be taken to Washington for inter-
ment in the National Cemetery at Ar-
lington, marked the funeral in this city
today of Brig. Gen. Joseph Wheeler,
cavalry leader of the Confederacy, and
later one of the most prominent figures
among the generals of the Spanish-
American war. The body of the dead
soldier was wrapped in the flags under
which he had served with almost equal
vigor and distinction the stars and bars
of the Confederate States and the Stars
and Stripes.
Veterans of the Southern and North-
ern armies mingled today in paying
tribute to Gen. Wheeler, with the
younger veterans of the Cuban and
Philippines campaigns of 1898 and 1899.
The route of the funeral cortege was
lined with great crowds, most of whom
stood with bared heads as the proces-
sion passed.
Dr. Stirres, in his sermon, said: "This
is one of the great occasions of our
lives. For we are met to honor the
memory of a rare man. I do not speak
to you of him principally as a citizen,
statesman, or soldier, for the mer* rec-
ord of his deeds is far more eloquent
than any praise of ours could be. It is
of the man I think at this hour. Was
he entitled to be called great? It is not
difficult for you to decide.
"'He was distinguished by courage
without rashness, by wisdom without
pride, by gentleness without weakness,
by patience without heedlessness, and
by justice, which always leaned toward
mercy. He honored man, he trusted
man, and to every man he was ready to
give his time, his substance, his heart.
'The North gives him unstinted
honor. The South, even in her grief,
is proud of her ever-loyal son. Cuba,
for whose freedom he fought, sobs out
her grief across the waves, and the
whole world pauses a moment today to
declare that this was indeed a man.
"'Let there be little of sadness here.
We are not commemorating a defeat; it
is the victory of life-the triumph of a
noble character.' "
When the Tallahassee Democrat cen-
sures General Gilchrist for coming to
the defense of helpless women during
the insane asylum investigation the ed-
itor is butting his cocoanut against a
brick wall that is liable to shatter that
frail receptable of a distorted imagina-
tion. De Soto County Chronicle.
We have censured General Albert
Gilchrist for no such thing, nor have we
censured him for anything else. We
calledattention to one of his public
acts, and then gave him space in our
newspaper in his effort to explain. If
he failed to do so intelligently the blame
is with him. We care no more for
General Albert Gilchrist than we do for
a number of other over-rated Florida
politicians, some of whom are in office,
and who go about trying to fool the
people, and whenever it is right and
proper to call them up before the pub-
lic, we shall not hesitate to do so. As
for you, Mr. Chronicle Man, that dirty
little sling about "butting his cocoanut,
and distorted imagination," eiee yeon
up in vour onm longluag, and leaves
no occasion for us to make further com-
ment.
bEvery are light In the city has been
burned out and the town is in total
darkness. On Monday evening the elec-
tric company turned on the new and
heavier voltage e on the old lights and
every one of the 86 street lights were
burned out. Superintendent Gove im-
mediately telegraphed for new lamps
and they are coming by express. He
says he expects to have everything in
shape to turn on the lights again Satur-
day night-Daytons Gazette.
it would seem that some other places
besides Tallahassee, sometimes, from
Providential causes, have trouble with
their electric lighting systems. Better
and more improved lamps have also i
been ordered for Tallahassee's plant.
Invitation have been aent out to a


A **sfcrc C3As6.L"
The Tallalmeue True Democrat ha
ben making d aeecusations agaim
State omgen, aa4 as on numerous oe
eaons charged that graft of a flagnu
nature has b gelug on in the capiti
city,
Th True Demoat has never made
specific charge ajalnat any official, bu
accuses in genera This, it seems is
mistaken policyon the part of the Dem
ocrat. We admire its fearlessness o
all public queston, and doubt not the
The Democrat is following what it con
raiders a proper polity.
Reform Stite politics is not to b
brought about by accusing everything
in general without making specific
charges. If graft does exist as Th
True Democrat declares, it should b
the offMee of The Democrat to point ou
where the graft exists. If The Demo
nrat can substantiate charges in a asp
ciflc case, the State ress will support
it. This general "knocking" should
stop. It indicates, unless The Demo
crat will make and substantiate it
charge, a spirit of pessimism.
Brother Collins may rest assured the
the inherent love for clean politics an
open and honest administration of civi
affairs that exists in the people of thi
State will finally assert itself. Th
work of reform that The True Demo
crat has endeavored to launch is gooc
but the method is the objection th
State press raises.
Reforms are not to be brought about
in a day. It has ever taken years an
scores of years to awaken any people t
the need of a reform. Once the nee
of a reform is inculcated in the people
the result is swift and sure. Reform
have always taken place when the nee
was evident. The pessimistic spirit
that declares that reforms are eve
needed and that unless remedy is ha
that things will go the pow-wows ha
ever proven a fallacy. The past history
creates an optimistic spirit, rather tha
a spirit of pessimism.
Convince the people of Florida, Bro
Collins that reform is needed, by spe
cific charges, and the result you ev
dently so much desire will inevitable
follow. Bartow Record.
Above we reprint an editorial fro,
the Bartow Record, which paper as
sumes to voice the sentiment of the en
tire State press concerning the allege
tions of crookedness in public affair
which have appeared from time to tim
in these columns. Without denying it
assumption that all of the other news
papers in the State think as it does, w
take pleasure in accepting its challenge
to make "specific charges," although
we have already done so repeatedly, i
the American language means anything
We here, and now, as wi have here
tofore done, specifically charge that th
Jennings administration unlawfully paid
out of the State treasury $600, calle
legal fees, to Judge B. S. Liddon, wh
was employed, to prosecute, as speciala
counsel," the case of the State against
Walter L. Taylor.
Is that plainly enough stated?
We here and now, as we have here
tofore done, specifically charge that the
Jennings administration unlawfully paii
out of the State treasury, a bill of I
B Hilson, State printer, for ten dollars
marked "special," for printing done fo
the Adjutant-General, for which he
Hilson, by therms of his printing con
tract, was entitled to have and receive
the sum of one dollar.
Is that plainly enough stated?
These will do to start on, but then
are plenty of others, some of which we
have heretofore referred to, and some
which we have never yet mentioned.
What is the Bartow Record, and the
State newspapers for which it claims to
speak, going to do about it?
Another case of go-away-from-homei
to get the news. The Jacksonville Me
tropolis of Monday has the following
"News comes from Tallahassee that
Royal C. Dunn will be a candidate fori
Railroad Commissioner this year. Mr.
Dunn for several years has been secret.
tary of the commission, and has an ex-
tensive acquaintance all over the State.
Mr. Dunn's home is in Maditon. Fla.,
where he owns and edits the Madison
Recorder "
Victor Demogeot. the French speed
king of all the world, was born in Paris,
France, where he has ever since made
his home. He is 29 years of age and
single. For the past several years he
has been a driving partner of the recal.-
;itrant Hemery, though this tournament
is the first in which he has driven the


vented the theory that the trustees of in the Amalienborg Palace Monday
the Internal Improvement Fund are not afternoon. The accession of his se-
answerable for their official acts to the sor, Prie Frdprik his eldestson..,.
Legislature or the people.-Live Oak c"M P r redprick. hin *Ideet son,
Democrat. Iwho will be known as Frederick VIII.,
Did he notinvent someothertheorie, was proclaimed Tuesday. The death of
too, which have given Florida a black King Christian has plunged half the
eye? Was It not through his influence courts of Europe into thedeept mourn
that the State refused to pay hone loss as well a of t a ngr to pvernal
elma, and is now regarded as a repu.- lon e weu of ut eW griof to every
diator? And were not Internal Im. o throughout the kingdom of Den.
provement lands sold at as low a price mark, reaching even the humblest cot.
as 80 eents an acre, when there was no tage, evldnces of which are shown
necessity for it? Some Florida n evyw ere. It haa sut a pall over
papers are asking for information ale pal ce of the i m res of Great
all Atheen 1s. We have given facts a Brtain. Russia. Norway and Greece.
number of time; now let them do sue For Fresh Gro 'phone W. T
investigating on their own hook. Demo. 'PTmm Ne t


WMfus WP. I ss r arTT oAnTITUMs .
i We have often thought that our State It is sad to think that we have to
it would have been ever so much better hark back to "ye days ofolden tymme'
Soff if certain people, whose super-abun- i when we need material with -which to
l dant seal obliterate their regard for "point a moral or adorn a tale."
the truth, had not resorted to adyertis- We all do so admire, (but dismally
a ing their section in language not at all fail to emulatethe example of,) Abram
At justified by facts. and Zimri, two brothers, who "owned
1. Have not many of us read a number a field together-a level field hid in a
n of pamphlets, editorials and communi- happy vale;" and who, when the har-
Rt cations descriptive of particular locali- vest day was o'er, each took of his own
M_ ties, which, according to the scribe, by night and placed it with his broth-
e would seem to be the natural centre of her's.
g gravity and a nice and appropriate place And we read how David loved Jona-
c for the Capitol of the tardy but coming than with a love that stood the test;
e millennium? and how Damon loved Pythias with a
it We realize, and are cheered by the love that did excel but didn't stand the
>- knowledge, that Florida has a number strain. And this eases us down to the
of prime advantages that other States present day when brotherly love rapidly
d do not possess. We stand ready to runs to seed for lack of cultivation-
3. compare notes with any State in the these be the days when "Man's inhu-
ta Union and will risk all we are, hope to manity to man makes countless thou-
be, have been or ought to be on the re- sands mourn."
A sult. But when it comes to making joy- This moralizing vein of thought brings
ic ous birds of paradise, hopping and sing- gently meandering into memory's vis-
is ing on twigs and honeysuckles the en- ion, a modern illustration of the Da-
1e tire year round out of us-as homely mon-Pythias episode, right here in Leon
j, and wicked a lot of masculine gender as and counties that do adjoin; the whirl-
e ever were labelled human-then what igig of time creating a political "Boss"
little we have of modesty and love of of our Damon and a badly duped and
It decent truth begins to rise to its feet. disgusted individual of his friend-the
d Our wives, sisters and daughters are modern Pythias.
d beautiful and (expensive) birds and, For, lo, these many years, these
0, bird-like, flock together, but we are not twain were as but one, and together
I quite ready to say that our super-extra- they used the same brand of plow in the
it ordinary climate grants them as many one political field; and when the major-
r as 366 consecutive days in which to do ity harvest of votes was gathered into
d their flocking. sheaves, Pythias' brow radiated the joy
1 We are firm believers' in the doctrine that filled his soul-for did he not re.
7 of open confession; therefore, we say ceive an ample recompense and was
to those weary people who have been it not a pure labor of love to root for
D. reading some of the foregoing descrip- Damon ?
0- tive literature and are filled with a kind What if Damon did freeze to the
y of dumb wonder at its author's nerve, lion's share; were he not entitled, by
that though we jingle the climatic bell virtue of a boss machine and he the bal-
m and eat nothing but clover, we have ance wheel, to size the pile and whack-
. seen Florida weather differentiate itself up with the ring ?
". as it were, and do it in more than a And thus these two dwelt in amity
L. hurry. together and let not the voice of dis-
rs We have seen it rain down here; rain cord mar their friendship and remuner-
e until we wondered if somebody hadn't active transactions, and all went merri-
ts made a mistake in translating or in ly as a marriage bell. But, alas for
.- reading proof-making water read fire- the mutability of human affairs I Dis-
e in settling the hush of the world. And cord was only doing up its back-hair-
e we don't have to ask our memory to jog rolling up its sleeves-preparatory for
h back to childhood's days to recall the business.
f time when there didn't seem to be water One day our Pythias, letting his tem-
*. enough left in three counties to weaken per out-flank his judgment, gave a vi-
. a prohibitionist's "three.fingers." cious, insane kick and hit the immacu-
e And we are proud of our population; late boss machine. And he made the
d for every State has lost some of its best paint and varnish fly and then it was
d citizens just to become our neighbors. the public eye could see "graft" on hub
o But we have our chain gangs, loafers spoke and seat and not half try. Then
and politicians, all the same. And when trouble loosed its parachute and peace
li we have owned to the last of the three, tro t parachute and peace
t what more could any man ask of us in scrambled to a more congenial clime.
the shape of a confession of sins corn- Ere many days, Pythias, girded up
mitted by others? his loins, with a half-hitch in his de-
- A GOVERNORS PUNCTURED TIRE. meanor, and hied him unto Damon; and
A small politician can get a these were his words or substance of
d A small politician can get about so his words: "I've mashed the corn and
Sfar on the road of statesmanship, and flicked the pet carbuncle ofthe powers
then he inevitably bumps against his that be, 'one of whom you are which';
own limitations. Governor Higgins, of nd i nd bem fred I py
New York, the latest public man to thee hand me down another ripe per-
' illustrate this old truth. Mr. Higgins immond me down another ripe per-
was dragged into officee by the popu- simmoAnd these were the words of Damon
0 la f Pr doRue And these were the words of Damon
clarity of President Roosevelt, running in reply: "There be asses, long on ears
only about fifty thousand votes behind but short on understanding; and Pythias
e the head of the national ticket. For thou art chief among them. Thy kick
sometim he gae an excellent imita- hath knocked thy prospects into Hades;
e tion of an able and high-minded states- henceforth thy name is Dennis."
man. Suddenly he dismayed his friends The little birds chatter amid the
and enraptured his enemies by openly dew-kissed boughs of the gently sway-
trying to suppress a legislative investi- ing trees; the grasshoppers chirp in
gationof Stat departmentnotoriously chorus sweet as they mow the garden
tainted with robbery. He had the in- truck and the small boy, ever and anon,
Credible folly to adopt and publish with neglects to stone the browseing goat;
. approval a legal "opinion" which pro- but no more will these twain, who once
: tested against "fishing excursions" in were one, weep o'ereach other's woes,
search of misconduct not previously or hold sweet converse in the green field
specified in definite charges. The type of politics.
of a "fishing excursion" is the work of Nay, Elizabeth; Pythias hath blood
the Armstrong committee in uncover- in his eye, and he longs for the day
ing insurance evils that would never when he can reach forth and take the
have been exposed if specific charge
had been required in advance. And it scalp of the recreant Damon and frame
is especially the New York Insurance it with his hide.
Department, which came through the ;'- '- -
Armstrong ordeal in such a state of Christian IX, the aged king of Den-
moral dilapidation, that Governor Hig- mark, father of King George of Greece,
gins is now fatuous enough to try to of Queen Alexandra of Great Britain
shield Coller'Weekly. and Ireland, and of the Dowager Em-
Governor Broward's continued active press, Maria Feodorovna, of Russia,
ity in the matter of draining the Ever. grandfather of King Haakon VII of
glades,,, notwithstanding the injune.- Norway, and related by blood or by
tion,. may possibly be explained by the marriate o . 9
tact that his dranage board is advised to o the European
by Lawyer W. 8. Jenaings, who in- rulers, died with. startling suddenness


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JIes S. U1", bulshin.
PUBLIC SED EVIY PRUDAY MORNING.

WW o dIs easR ,
0 But thee Is te om wbo'u Mil0
When e*wytbf ass awwro.
r l the tmt ofthebmhtlbtrouwb.
And that a"wa" =a wtth tMe yn:
Andthe smile that Is warth
All the praise of earth
Is the smile that shins through tear.
-6el6eted.
n eggar "lace Opeea
Manager Phillips announces that after
considerable negotiation he has closed
contracts with the management of
"The Beggar Prince" Opera for an ap-
pearance for matinee and night Febru-
ary 3.
This engagement Mr. Phillips consid-
en the most notable in the amusement
line that has been effected in some time,
the company requiring a large guaran-
tee for one performance. The piece is
built on operatic lines enacted by per-
formers who are trebly gifted-being
vocalists, farceurs, and possessing dra-
matic ability as well. "The Beggar
Prince" is composed of these three en-
tertaining elements this season. This
edition has been edited by Wm. H. Ly-
dell, author of "Gayest Manhattan', and
other New York Travesty Successes.
The presenting company is headed by
Miss Etta Merris, soprano and comedi-
enne, well and favorably known to pat-
rons of light opera for the past seven
seasons having had the responsible roles
innumereus musical reviews of impor-
tance. As a fun-maker few ladies can
impart to an audience that feeling of
oppntaniety and good fellowship that
MISs Merris can. She possesses a style
all her own, and Is ably assisted by
clever comedians and pretty girls cos-
tumed in fetching gowns. The latter,
during the action of the play, will intro-
duce for the first time here, the
"Sammy Girls," "The Noble Firemen,"
"Belles and Beaux at the Sea Shore,"
and numerous other musical and vocal
ensemble numbers. The latest light-
ning effects known to stageland are em-
ployed in enhancing a performance that
will be a loss to miss witnessing. Man-
ager Phillips' enterprise in securing at-
tractions of this calibre will no doubt be
appreciated by our playgoers, and a big
house is assured. "The Beggar Prince
will be given for matinee, 36c and fOc,
and Said Pasha at night, 50c, 75c and
$1.00.
Something new in Tallahassee-a
swell 25c meal. Constantine House,
W. L. Strickland Manager.
The New Orleans Item said in its is-
sue of Jan. 16th: "Miss Alyce Keenan
yesterday introduced her most recent
success, "Not Like Other Girls." The
show is a decided innovation of the
general class of plays which are now
running at the other local houses and
on the whule proved interesting and
was well received. Alyce Granger,
Miss Keenan is gifted with second
sight and in India has learned the art
of hypnotism. She uses her great gift
to unravel the mystery of the death of
Deacon Coleman and finally fastens the
guilt of the crime on Frederick Clay-
ton. The plot of the show centers
about this woman and in a masterful
manner she gradually leads her audi-
ence through a dim, bewildering maze
of mystery into clear light, convicting
the true murderer. The show is very
good and the cast exceptionally strong.
The stage work was about the best
that has ever been witnessed here, and
the general impression is that the com-
pany has inaugurated a most successful
engagement. The play will run through
the week with the regular matinees'.
At the Opera House Friday night, Feb.
2, 1906.
Peeasssla Praioe,
Hon. A. J. Knight and Hon. E. M.
Hendry returned yesterday from a very
interesting and pleasant visit to Jack-
sonville, Tallahassee and Pensacola. In
the latter city they spent a week, and
were royally entertained by the leading
citizens of the city, being taken for a
trip over the magnificent harbor on the
government vessel stationed there, and
being the guests of honor at a splendid
banquet. fhe gentlemen are enthusi-
astic in their praise of Pensacola and its
hospitable and enterprising people, and
they predict that it is to become a great
The people of Pensacola were partic
ularly pleased to extend courtesies to
Mr. Hendry ih gratitude for his zealous
work as president of the State board of
k health in their behalf during the epi-
demic of yellow fever which prevailed
in that city last fall. Mr. Hendry was
in constant communication with State
Health Officer Porter who was in per-
sonal charge of the situation, and co-op-
erated with him in his memorable and
successful fight in every manner within
his power.
Mr. Knight, in conversation with a
Times man today, expressed his amaze-


meat at the extent of the shipping in-
terests of the Deep Water ifty. He
Says t is sldom that less than thirty
large vessels am lathe harbor taking
on or discharging cargoes. Tampa
Time .. __
Ex-President Cleveland is dissatisfied
with is pottoo as ""peacemaker" in
the "big thre" Insurance companies.
SPubli sentpeat and all that sort of
thi. Weall, we can hardly blame him.
i Hel wise. Anybody nowadays con-
neated with them thm bi tisurane
companies is -we to be e&WW a craft-
er, &W our wwthy .x-preidnt ot
losing for tMht Sot of notoriety.
If yos try a mal at the Coeastantine
HooN ead yu are n6t sattised we winl
y tmdw Home. W. L tiekb"
MaNaeW.


is respectfully favited 4o the following
seriois a with whiekh t Lake
City C Re qt the 3th Inst.
eome a torial referense to the
Backman bill:
The people of this State should be
apprised of t fact that the highest
ofiials of this State have compired to
rob and defraud them.'
"As tw Tampa Herald has undertaken
to champion the present admnistration,
it would seem to be its duty to take
prompt oenisance of the tabve grave
accusation, which includes in it scope
the Governor and his cabinet and the
judges of the Supreme Court.
"Levity aside, however, the Lake City
paper surely cannot mean what it says.
t cannot be poslble that "the highest
officials of the State," the men whom
the people trusting in their honor and
integrity, have elected to the loftiest
positions within their gift, are guilty of
conspiracy, robbery and rascality di-
rected against the very people who
placed them in the positions they now
occupy.
"These officials, like the mostof man-
kind, are fallible. They may make mis-
takes; indeed, the Herald has openly
charged some of them with having been
betrayed into errors, but it has never
attacked the integrity of any one of
them, because it has always regarded
all of them, and still regards them,
notwithstanding the charge of the Lake
City paper, as gentlemen of honor, who
are inspired solely by conscietious mo-
tives.
"The charge that they, or any of
them, are so base as to enter into a
'conspiracy to rob and defraud' the
people who elected them is monstrous,
and it will not be credited by any man
who takes time to consider.
"Why should our 'highest State offie-
isas' do these things? What have they
to gain either politically or otherwise
by bose conduct? Are they not men of
intelligence, and, being such, do they
not know, as all others know, that the
path of rectitude Is the only one for
them to tread to reach the goal of honor
and success of any kind? Even if we
presume that their motives do not ac-
cord in loftiness with the official sta-
tions they occupy, we must give them
credit for common sense; and having
this, as they certainly do, they would
assuredly not adopt any course of action
which they know leads to dishonor.
"The publication of the indiscriminate
charge that they are corrupt, is quite a
serious matter, and our Lake City con-
temporary should have hesitated long
before making it. If the Citizen-Re-
porter has knowledge of any corrupt or
unlawful act on the part of any of our
highest officials, it should point it out
and name the guilty party, and not
make an accusation of such a wholesale
character.
"But, as said in the beginning, the
Citizen-Reporter assuredly was not in
earnest in making such a sweeping
charge. It must have had something
very irritating in mind that caused it to
lapse and to say something which it
really did not intend.
"Our State officials were chosen from
amongst the best men in Florida, and if
they are rascals, what sort of people
are the rest of us!"
A Clrd.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough
heals the lungs and prevents serious re-
sults from a cold. Cures la grippe
cough and prevents pneumonia and con-
sumption. Contains no opiates. The
genuine is in a yellow package. Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by all Dealers. *
Leek Oat.
A man pretending to be deaf and
dumb, signing his name P. 8. White,
reaped a good harvest from our people
a few days ago. He represented him-
self to be an agent for the Ohio News
Company, Toledo, Ohio, and as such ob-
tained subscriptions to various papers
and magazines, clubbed together, such
as Tom Watson's; Munsey's; American
Boy; Delineator and others. Our Sup't
of Public Instruction,' Hon. G. J. Gra-
ham, Informs us that some of the mag-
azines mentioned do not club and that
there exists no such company as the
Ohio News Company.-Jasper News.
When in town call at the Constantine
House. We guarantee the best 25c
meal in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Bettie VanBrunt is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. G. B. Strickland, near
lamonia.
All style Gents' ~ Lars, only lOc, at
R. J. Evans. / 48-tf.
Mr. Robert Gamble was among his
many Tallahassee friends again Tues-
day.
Any work that Handley turns out
will bear inspection He as located at
the Constantine House.
Dr. Jerry, the colored druggist, has
moved his store and offices to the build-
ing on Monroe street formerly occupied
by Mr. Marcus as a saloon.


We are prepared to take boarders at
S per week. We are here to do busi-
ness and we guarantee satisfaction.
Constantine House, W. L. Strickland,
CoL John 8. Winthrop has purchased,
through Mr. J. D. Cay, a hausem new
carriage, and that, with his pretty pair
of =hose which, we believe, he got
through the me soure, makes one of
the most styh teams in t he city.
If you expect to run for a oflceein
the coming campaign, come s In with your
annonoeemet. Let frieds kaew
that e waat the =. The fee, 6,
pays o the wbele tde, whether It
goem In wr or later.


Wedrille Items.
Woodvile, Ja. 81.-Thos. M. Hall
has his m mill rmaisg now.
W. D. Levy aWd aby have been very
UL but aro co foot RPM
0. L Rvls bas gone into the tur-
peatia buslanes. We hope he will sue-
H. G. Lewis has just recovered from'
a various lie While we have had a
great dealof sickness, we have lost only
'oWm fabre of this section have be-'
gun to prepare for planting. i
We have lost several of Woodville's
best neighbors, who have moved to
Vereen to work for Jackson Bros.
Mrs. Tishie Revels has been seriously
ill with a carbuncle. *
We are expecting J. L. Robison to pay!
a visit to Woodville soon.
The Woodville people would like to
hear from our aspiring John W. Hen-.
derson, to see what he would do for old
Leon county if by chance he is elected
to the Senate.
Uncle Tommie is still playing with
girls of Woodville.
Basleoss vs. Politics.
J. M. P., in the Jacksonville Metrop-
olis, says he had no idea that some busi-
neess men in Jacksonville injected so
much politics into business until he had
occasion to deal with one a few days
ago. He wanted to buy a lot, and the
owner said that he would agree to sell
the land at a certain price if he would
agree to use his influence to elect a cer-
tain man to the office of sheriff at the
next county election. This was the
limit. He told his friend that he didn't
care to deal on any such terms* that he
never promised his vote or influence in
elections to anyone. He purchased
other property that had no political
strings tid to it. Politics mixed up in
business is a bad combination and are
dangerous to fool with.
We*l Wooeed
When you want wood call up Phone
61 and you wil soon get what you want.
49-4t
Will also furnish turpentine kindling
dross, having a car lot from the stills.
Have that broken gun repaired at
Handley's. He's at the Constantine
House.
On Sunday afternoon a good many
people were surprised to hear several
drum-beats on our streets, which are
usually very quiet on Sunday. They
proved to be the heralding of religious
services by some people who were hold-
ing street meetings. Services were held
on Sunday afternoon and Monday after-
noon and Tuesday night.
Mr. F. M. Bru y y s moved his
place of business t th asonic build-
ng, where he will tinue to deal in
second-hand goods do general re-
pair work.
Try Handley, the gun and locksmith
He guarantees his work. Constantine
House.


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A. D. ZACHARY, Mgr
Lanark Inn, Fla.
J. H. McWILLIAMS, G. P A.
G. F. & A. Ry. Bainbridge. Ga.
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Millinery

and'

Fancy Goods

Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces
and Embroideries


Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery


The Newest Materials for
Fancy Work.

MISS ADELE GERARD,
149 N. Monroe St.
TALLAMASSEt. LORIOA.


THU CHOICST AND MPRNBIT GOODS AT THM LOWEST UViN
PMNCS&


Prompt Delivery.


WM. CKILD.


Telephone 88.


ago. W. mCuL.


Child Brs Bulding and Lumber Co.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.


1F anm eegetles %bse&, ANl bindsof bue~ingpanSel
eam soetuedasemrdimg to tse I MastImpulvedmetbods.
mU Wcuk-Mamu- sof all bhase of rough "d draws" hbubm
inftt ItW1#Oft betebe. orch e SMShM WOback.SeMite. ulW
sum "- msemamet "dsatumnd "ad sMul Wooft e ow r 4m
am rw bl.Umrnow One fomea swal


m .WM resse i pumpg
behean daelis i*""erypMWtimI.
Oss, obw m ILfe, Teed *a


satsat~ we suuea ow-wa
Prim ressemble.
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. HI. = is '" A M ma armeemamme.
."llrrgied pole have the. best of II Mrs. astesa Wilsonm K-ga aatnr-
J- A g C ti sNler*. ta onsju traveling." said a sea captain, taaed at am elegant violet Rnahn of o
7 t b "for tluty htve a utateresm to them- smen eourse on Saturday last, is honor I
?Us1 1SWDi M PRrWDAY MORaMo. selves. Prple traveling aloo nless of Mrs. Herbert J. Caldey, of Jack-
they tre will:ng to pay a good deal el. s$nIl. The cT 5ds were buge
TM -s-t -sterd rw.es-me.. tra. have fo sle"p In the same room ta sad tore weel
S.. .ra sam with strugf- )unpleasant thing. also ged for each uest a tist
es "iposae of tbe lot traveler. to violets. The cnter.pie waas a large
TM hMa p s^w"ewe- c privevy. pay etra fare. Oters- cut. glass bowl contains twelve shower
fet t rn to As.- withinrour uwrmp- many. many ot ew-try to secure pri- boquts of the aame lovely flowers, ar-
jy mrsmlf today. -Pm Journal. racy by giving as lies Intead of ranged exquisitely with maidmn hair
.-+ --.---+--~. money. ferns. To each boquot was attached a
shop Weed at St. Joha's Church Ou man will tell t bchf steward ribbo of t heam color connect with
Rt. Rev. Edwin Gardner Weed. the that be has an intolerable nore. An- lthe souvnler .lgets, w efthef lt
o lo hel bishop of the Protestantot.he will any be I subject t e piAle t shades, made one thin kof m da of
pldiocese of F e d attacks, wherein In thema nl boar be fsryland. The guests wre all theI
su morninglat St. na re becomes a sbrieking and dangerous ounger met of society matrons, and
C 10 a lare an maniac. Another will ay that In the Mrs. Casidey's childhood friends. IB <
The program for the musical service throes of acute sickness from the Those pV nt were: Mrs. Frances
was as follows; beginning of the voyage to the end be Wilson .s Mrs. Herbert J. Cames-
Organ prelude. lls the cabin day and night with dis- dey, Mrs.T. Eugene Perkins, rs.f
O e i g anthem _. .. .,!" 0 Pe r s, JrS. A. L. M esser, C o, f lf, ,
-enit Me ndolelssohn. N o _. Mrs 11ider, Mrs. D. M. Lowrle,
e Dem" n D Hodge "No matter. They all have to shar Mrs. ri Chitteaden, Mrs. George well sele<
"Jubilate" Brgewater theirr tatrooms with strangers. The H. Gwnn, Mrs. James Messer, Mrs.
H vmn ~o ',a.only way out of It Is to plank dow. A. A. Morphrae and Mrs. J. P. 8. Hous- Lounging
anthem' m "The Lord is the coln."-New York Press. toun. _ _
(est;"Herbert. Utole TaAs ef Ufa. do well t<
'tR ycenssina7. OHy of ofar, lt IS -ib. ....... s.i- st te-l-e thatj
Th b op W hisd course apon Bonnres.re .,urvalof te rites thl Ittes soflifeta the ma n First Ch
evet th *of Beal and ISboloc. When Obrstlan- and shape of the grat whole of %
St ,M m t.e, whi, gtof, into the lty ruled old ways and customs could dawns upon you. It ia while you are
tof tsieman,- thei ig-o in of the be abolished. d so the. helien, still r sting litta temptations tha to A Vei
rese thai JesuswomuWt et artfrom hankeMng after the ancient deities, but growing stronger.-Bishop BG.rook. A
r coasts. halt controlled by pope or bishop. made 'We have added n ndiat" to our Furnitur
bishop aid that a cod miny pee- their booires on the eve of t Peter announcement column this waek. If
nows1s k or 4b O as se of bonflie tn the you intend to run, you had bettrecome Startling
an pp*1W A Pq a nieans inm -costa no more than it will later on.
I to eetof disinfectou. a his "History of the The field is open, every one has a right
rr w. orm l.a reaf e Ilague"fDefoe tells of bonfires In L. to run the more merrier, and the Suits
t boom mtoth.or em. .dos .streets. Tere Is reason to .npios ,moje sun the boys will have. Come
S.. ,.. .. .. alonf now, don't be moat persuaoi &ded" Carn t
S0thatn kindling such res other was anylonger. Let your fried know you Carpets,
SamWI 5f ruaatm o m pegMimtIU le Itwantt the office, and get them to hustle
n 8Nle t eoo Im NWMS2esA11e wasa Ia m i1aMS a acr Me1 'to BaIL. for you.
bnoetao toth o ieoto ae en o.thee methMd Ao STO
ki to drt y a plagut for Sale. STO
Item r t would be .1utionablb My farm just outside city on the west.
0` wol may b.a M upoo e a*l Eighty-five acres ood land; good five-
eartlest effort made toward cremation, room residence; plank and wire fenc- W- M,
Mrs. M. J. McMahon, who Is well for it was of some slighbt use when an ing; city water; telephone; good barn.
known to many of our prominent citi- ar ne boro cuit r Admirably adapted for poultry, stock
,ns, died at her- ,,m j ust outside of If". rewluc to asheM cutf end'or truck.A
the city limits, yesterday afternoon, at was rdu o he Butthent 46-tf A. L. WOODWARD. e
4 o'clok. remedy might have been worse than R
Mrs. McMahon, came to this city the disease. FURNISHED ROOMS
from Rochester, Minn., soon after the With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle- .
war, accompanied by her hus band, 1.mur YerT r ur lesa. men. Central, care True Democrat. tf
Judge McMahon. They purchased the -"1141id y ever umuse yourself," asks ---
home just north of the city where her the Ltndon Gentlewoman. "on a wet Fer all Gardeas.
children, Ollie and Mary were borne Sut,. afternoon by giving marks of Turnips and Ruta Bags Seed, finest
seventy-four, and where she herself. i tlni threes istyou q at All Work
The writer remembdra her as shenv, it- 1 we employ: Thre are five 5 LIV
her lat summer at a health resort; qui- 11;' A (1i l ooks (2) Zmanenrs; (3) abill- LIV
s, '
t. Ibsiintdm-hnehardv 4r.tii- ~ ik-rtan hiosaad s this &


W e WWII wwllm WE' I s J J
ioltlve in her denunciation of wrong-
A little motlelIse girl, who wao at
the resortata @0 On time, w*a the
recipient of her kind-hearted attentions.
S did not complain but accepted
life as It came, whether joyful or sad.
She leave. ie daughter ai hosts of


the gi n to lo1 p of beft that
o he rde"itlyp d to oe etetsed,
Blushing to the roots of hem hair, he
rose to his feet. He intended to imply
that he was unprepared forspeech mak-
O"hIM& SawY I An
down at her as he stammered out his
opening (and concluding) words:
"This-er--thin has been thrust
upommne,".-Ti- -
Three cherm and A tiger &ad the
rebel yell fi t
other for 1W, t -
tln ushed and woM& 1ofOwatgreat
commands the Department of the East,
United States Army, with headquarters
S in New York city and Wednwliw b
at a Confederate Veterman g
that city, at which he was i et .M
proposd an Informal iuflo
steps be taken Immedilt r b
January 19. 1907. the a


What a rebuke to the
and blatherskites w4 OeWr i tt
to Virginia her legal oil
statue of her own io
memorial hall of fa to
Nothing too good for
this way, now.-Live i.
S worldUke a winner, but love a
Hon. Geo. B. Perkins vkiit.ld Jack.
sonvili Tuoeday on business.
Weoitewoome men whoan, live' nre
contiealapolegres for living.
The conscience of somon' men ii,vr
hurt them uptLJ they are found out.
UK. aneeas fppeas, tt Mrl,'iu.. il
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. H. .Ickimn.
MR.* I :t WReard returned to) her
Tallahasece home and frtipld vu.'ter-
day. 4 AU J
'pCaf FPrank Prsntz, formerlyv
'a raUh rler, has been isiauiurateil
governor o' OklOona RTrritory
Miss Mary Mfcaown il now visiting
at ti hIkme of Mns, Barrington aou
Mm. Webster on 8. Adams street.


firt;i Item often balances all the rest,
for 11 person in.Vay quite likely possess
early full marks for looked manners, i
aillitles and merlt and yet be of no
pi aMlbll 'use' to oneself, while, vice
versn, some pemon may be of great
use, one may fancy their company, or
ey rmavy have a kack of sympathy,
yet be very defdcest in madli-e or
Oit. The isnalle range tfrm 0 to 20.
and If you are quite consclentlous In
awardllng your marks you will be sur-
prised to find how the law of averafft
of other."
UWrI ae Io Koreai.
There is not much difficulty In marry-
Ing off a daughter In Korea. Where

intermediary who knows how to con-
ceel them Is employed. It is her buol-
ness to make the girl presentable to the
parents of the suitor. As tie bride-
groVQm 1nem ot see the briio uqtil the
rI4611111111.= bt It.to, llate to
PIOlt. h b1to bll tafOkdbtV hbeat of
the situatlen. Ina marrWUoi Kogcnu
girls are not exempt from tontrlbuting
to the support of the family. Thil up-
pIn to tbe w aM dame as well as the
humb9L9aM.1 L Udles of rank who
TO bo aIpSeVr imshed and are
,p m appoehthmselvesw may earn

,
li lttft or rearing *IIlk-


WI llAlllill the Englistbh dl-
0. sasM b a b ,fto : "The new
M itp l t *M l i tin a farewell
iM patItSO tSO eiO with his moth-
e nt*ar b11 plaimea was thus ad-
4mssid WA her i s0ab sequence as!
Aba aad tea w e pernsli: 'I sup-
po they will at you. my dear. I try
to btink nthPrwiv., bat I uippopw they
will .911l. we will leave it In e
hits f l Providenc ItutL If they do,
mhll. uxI .dear. and disagree with
tlui I
1'r;;prf'T- md (C104e0.
TIru l.lul|e of Loil Purpomsll e tish of
all hh.ar utexliad in rIlr 8n r MjlVO:lY.i
for. lthU6i 4 t dl4. bkle theIr,(tevM bt
walk almbut miulr in tMitil hli.-t. which
Mqtl;l.0 the il i1ituti'c( f i t4 f e|a t t
curry II. It m lnot sMur. 'r i|gt4i y
tht fi.v huav n a %) l. dt reputatlou
for pr *.rltyv, frr in ii.\fe.i femtiule re-
0l'w ti>lnIty I in hII e i'Nt' Iutloll to the
quality of clutbes wrtu.--biet'e "'Cast
Africa."
sued.. I


cell WWfis e IIrthiwle of hew
WOm Up.-aIktiuif*Aftlenrk-st


USE GAS


Its btr
Cheap.
and more


for


LIGHTING,
COOKING,
HEATING


FUEL.


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GAS

COMPANY.


-NA'W


J. e. TH[US.


Tallahassee


Furniture


Store.


rt and Elegance are combined in our


cted stock


of Rockers, Easy Chairs,


g Chairs and Morris Chairs. You will
o have a look at them if you want
oice.

ry Heavy Line of Fine and Medium


e for Every
Prices.


Room In the House at


s, Iron Beds, Household Furnishings,
Etc.

RE 126 S. MUNROE ST.


viCxYLntY


,~S~~r9~dh~~k~~.~A ~ ~ I


T. NIJHOLSON,


JEWELER.


Repair Work a Specialty.


Done Promptly.
VCLY BUILDING,


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COME DOWN


I w.. and take a look at our conveyances and
/. you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
Accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-
how.
CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
J. P. S. Housou, Prop.
Phones 79 and 89.


NICE LIVERY FOR
5NICE PtOPLE.
J. D. CAY, 140 & Adams St.
I carry the choicest livery in
l My teams cannot be duplica-
/ ted by any stable in Tallahassee.
My Carriages, Phatons, Sur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
new and clean, the most fastldi-
ous will be pleased with them.
LI Iu I ask a liberal share of the
patronage of the people of Tal-
SlI ahasee, and of those visiting
i here, In return will guarantee
best service possible.
After tUsa date.. I wAl us ate no publiehacks, but will be pleased to
tne u, ,. ....._. a wi.. ol motiu.duals to meet all trains arriving or
leaving
To trave hnr saes-imen eis;wcially I offer the service of good teams and
compete. I4'h . s.1 ,ere ate im, others so good. A trial will convince.
In the .slesd department will a'ways be found a good assortment of
ildrait ml .sa.ie hortaes a.d mule. for light or heavy work.
I ke, p on hand various trr;d. of buggies and harness. Any one look-
in : .or either will do wl to tail on me before purchasing elsewhere.
Corn t .N,. 14)j .ut.h A atrt Street, see for yourself and be con-
v :t*. .\u n t-r (of pho 2''L





p. .'at printing g "[


t(' r*<* ,.- H ox1l impression among your
('o <,'o lentt aind helps to give your

OL dI.AT *** r otse JOI B OFa At BAFA IE ralm-.
OOLLIN8' JOB OFFIOK.

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Satisfaction Guaranteed.
TALLAHASSEE.


Prescription
Accuracy


If 3*6 can sell as of amy device
or method wldeb will *sahs* s t
be mo** acerae thaa new, we
will teallee fer dead M. New.
ever. we 4* oe s ew ye ""a
seUlpfr lee "a eear me~hed
*f eandliag *rasrlpslaa..
we -Ul e9t W*v hew Pro-
assesmeasa thas "* a he usel.
sees a rellaaUlhr, be perha
some laveIalve daem t am thia
af *M-0oe 4 aes Jf gresa-
We lae.lte yor Prreeordoa
trade.


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Clothing of Dependability

Is the kind to invest In. Clothing that has something behind it. To be
sure of getting the proper Style, Fit and the Workmanship, and last but not
least, the Makers Ourantee, come to us and buy


THE BELL SYSTEM CLOTHING.


There is Satisfaction and Style combined in these goods.
Cassimer Suits, at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $18,00.


WALK OVER SHOES.


DUVAL


BOS.,


Worsted and


DUCHESS TROUSERS.

Middle Florida's Pioneer Cash Merchants.


Store at No. 128 S. Munroe St.


LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The article in our last issue headed
"The Lies We Have Told," credited to
,-- the Lakeland Sun. should have been
"When rogues fall out, honest men credited tothe Lakeland News. Brother
get their dues." Hetherington, I "never meant for to
We are not to be held responsible for do it-"
communications unvouched for by the Al accounts placed with the Southern
publisher of this paper. Collecting Agency, Bradford Byrd and
Mr.. A..hs moved into the RussellFkel, managers, will receive
Mr. R. A. Hagood has moved into the prompt attention. 49-4t
store on Market street formerly occu- Mr. Emulus Forbe, of Wakull.
pled by McKanon & MeKinnon. Mr. Emulus Forbes, of Wakulla
pie b "y Mc.i... & Mc.... county, was in the cit yes terday with
The Younf Peoples Club met with eit lesa of gott .e so -
Miss Edwards Tuesday evening and a ports things in old Wakulla in good
most enjoyable occasion it wsa. shape forth year and says the frm-
Mr. A. M, Williamson Traveling, era are prpar g to put their
Freight Agent for the Seaboard Ar in dead earnest.
Line, was on a business visit to the city It comes from the very best authority
yesterday. that Sir Thomas Lipton has not yet
Mr. F. M. Plank, representing Spen- et veupo t hae of wma the Aar-
car Medicine Co., of Chattanooga, was fIa's up and tt he ta i an plams
in the city yesterday in the interest of now for another campaign agnstthe
his company. New York Yacht Club next year to win
"A good beginning is a thing half back the coveted cup lor which he has
done." You make a good beginning tried three times without success.
when you consult P. T. Nicholson, the It is said that the people of Tallahas.
Jeweler. 45-8t see really "run" for the officee of sider-
Mr. Earnest E. McLin was up from man. That would be a novel sight in
Oeala and spent Tuesday with his Tal- Quincy, where the people have always
labassee friends. He is now interested cultivated the habit of running from the
in an enterprise near that city. office, and finally, being overtaken, are
Mr. S. A. Ledbetter. of Montgomery forced to accept it.-Gadsden Times.
Ala., representing the E. C. Forbes P- A farm writer says you can cross our
ato Co., was in the city Tuesday and razor-back hog and make the finest meat
made us a pleasant call. in the world. It seems as if our West
All account placed with the Southern Florida cattle had been crossed,. and
Collecting Agency, Bradford Byrd and fromthe way the meat of re
Russell Felkel, managers, will receive masticaton, we imagine it was crossed
prompt attention. 49.4t with rubber tires or car springs. -Mil-
pompt atenon. ton Inde .
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, Master Tuesday afteroo MW. Gladys Craw-
Browne, Miss Williamsonand Mrs. Fan- ford snai Miss Idella Holtay gave an
nie Lamb left Tuesday for a short visit entertainment in honor of Miss Bessie
to Jacksonville. Temples. A most enjoyable afternoon
Wednesday evening Miss Bryan, of was spent, with the following present:
Jacksonville, and Miss Knight, of Misses Bessie Temple, Rubie Byrd, Lou-
Tempa, were pleasantly entertained by ise Clark Eva Child, Mary Davis, Alice
Judge and Mrs. C. B. Parkhill. Gwynn. Emma Myers, Joy Gainey, Le-
All accounts placed with the Southern ona Cates,and Helen Saxon.
Cet'tir Agey, Bradford Byrd and Mr F. H. Beeman, who put In Tanla-
Russell lkel. managers, will receive hassee's systemof sewerage, spentsev-
prompt attention. 49-4t eral days hey this week. He made a
Judge Francis B. Carter is among his number .ofa q. p "ya[ ^k
hosts of Tallahassee friends for a few this"' city wale, ,., ,he
days. and Judge Evelyn C. Maxwell plant, who were plea to have him
viitd the Capital Tuesay. among us again. Mr. Beeman expets
vsrted te Capta Tueay. to purchase. somewherel floridaaC m
SPresident McCU hoDlds f nw tract f ov*flow lahi hieh he w
pers responsiblefor his undoing. That drain and reclaim and then locate upon
doesn't matter. The newspapers hold it Alarge eolony oL MoLauder.
himresponble for hi dMfg.-Tim"s- r. ,Slim W. Myer., .who has been
Se in s w . visiting hit parents, don. and Mrs.:
The King's tlterswill hold their rodenck T. Myers,., of Tallahassee,
monthly meettnernh afternoon at the was in the city for a short time last
residence of Mrs. J. F. Speers, at 330 week, enroute to C.hicago, where he
o'clock, and desire an especially full at- a reed for several yars. While
tendance to transact important-buminess. In acksonvilb he wai the guest of
' General J. Clifford R. Poster, who at- Mrs. Geor A. DeCottes, on Market
tended the meeting of the National ireet, abdAiors. Louis A. Peck, at
Guard's Association at Washington. re. her home in Riveraide. -Times-Union,
turned to Tallahassee the first of the Jan. 28th.
week A sense of humor and delicate com-
White Oxfords. Jacquards and Ma- pliment was that of a young man who
dras for ladies' waists, etc. Just arri. was I in a thwpital.. The pretty
ved at R. J. Evans. 48-tf. nurse .hi.m 0,'* i
Lord, w. tto hNo maes a% Oa :
Mrs. John S. Winthrop left Tuesday I think I head you call nam of
for a visit to her daughter. Mrs. James thein I aih -o of ua I asmrs.
H. Randolph, of Chattahoochee Is thuer'imythin-Tean f -rWu?'
Mr. John MeDougall, our popular He looked up latoe her lovely face and
postmaster, who has ben re-appointed with eVry m tik Of r*pest end admi-
by PresMent Roosevelt, was co firmed ration, resmaeds ta"Y. k & Him
by the United States Senate Monday. how'd le like for me to be His son-in-
Miss Clem Hampton paid Hampton law? -E ha ,. .
Spris, ee* the property of her pea Once apon a tise, a pFeavlfsitand returned to her duties tru. friend hew"a *6, rked hard,
at the Capitol Monday. peraevl tlr id *-,i efI i. (to
... .. .. adva e Ipol il;lnte tl of a
Messrs. George B. Prkins andJ J. poUad friend in this nack of the
Whispel returned home the first of the wornd. fBut thi ams nes k this
week, after a business visit to East and friend bady treated y -b .
South Florida, and Mrs. Perkins visited er ts b%" ap a
friends at Jacksonville. tiipb j
s eo tobIyat, and
If you wish to purchase a nice horse ,f -d work
of any kind consult Mr. J. D. Cay b- faith and he was f
fore making your purchase. He will i Eq tJMnl ad lfl he
srare no pau to suit yon, and most al- I*Vf t 0Ml, i
ways has in s-ables& jt the animal you t i ma by"that
a *e looking for. a-tive -alg jmt
Mr. A. G. Reynolds Suorintendt are lWto i S em t
of th 'Wifamon m = ht I will, but It tamews p e.. gi very
RaeCo.fr4se e* ford his Atwo, Wi # .0oiy tfStoi *Wb',W itW.t*Wb

many friends thr made while lorated-< 2 LVr ve pai
Ther are p.leaed tohdave oe -r Ia er As, d
again. __


Tallahassee, Florida.


L I


chau eties. Tax AM> Moa'O Notis. Polk a Amio=0=--s.. -
Trinit M E. Church South, W. M. I un Y No" U 1N T TAX FAYM or C ([Amw_ m wiln lo nbe11
Pfo its, C. .tna-" "at 11Leom asutrt I al bea stsliead wn .twg r
a. m. Uad 7.0 p. m. Junior Ep- pmasmeontheadivemms below.,Imetie nadwsm 1r11ithe
worth League, L00 p. m. Senior Ep.- pes s wn "ma T tie -opo* fof Le s- Cai(uMt.:
worth League, 4.00 m. All members j. A. A Wder fi v mim Vthw Uth. i hetnr ysm m- ndMywM th -Ms
requested to &tte The public and asme M nM aafts, tatSeatort hramtdo U1t" @*
strangers specially invited to worship uo"m'i' *ties To d5a m alag, t. e e I i m mmtmte 8s 0 atf eMe80.
with us. bi% toe, eayena.mags t. eatl to rp>nt T*se n ths useseW
First Baptist Church, Rev. Frank W. bc .mit ated by the d s i Y. d
Cramer, Pastor. Divine worship by W 1u A O. ;'b .dW111.S2qm & -0ato-Lyreawv-
the pastor Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.30 .dlosdv rlar meId. r lmanrt .. dfv T int w ub s hm
p. m. Bible School at 10 a. m. Ason Church. Thursday ^frln rULary R ttl
Junior Baptist Union, 8 p. m. Sen- Hugh Black's' Maday maoring. P, brary th. JOHN W. RNDMRSON.
ior B, P. U., e.45Ip.m. A cordial iqvi- Ockiockne. Tuesday. .t... ... A M,ues u
pTax Asmo. .Leon County. To the De"m"erste Voers *i lAm GaMt:
Strangers will be especially welcomed. Tailahamas.v. a rFeb. 1. 9t1 ToWe manume V is tlameed. oaa -
NSt. JoGm's i, te Chu.rch .Rev didate for tim m an Hous eof rsetvss. uase.
Dr, W. H..`U R .Srvice In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju- th of the iri".
Sund ay C 1)y Day, boob comnmun. dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for vox Poruu.
on T k. undays, 11 a. m. Leon County-In Chancery. Totev o LeCo
and 7.80 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi- A. H. Muosn. Complainant. vs. A. M. Manning., asM h ..n.. M,.sv f as a aiidat for
chapel's (colored). Services: Sundays, administratorof the estate of Charles P. Davi. n om theHouse Repm utatives rm
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m. dee and Sar h E. Davi n e pDa lAon .county l- the next General Asembly. sub-
Christian Soiece.-Services are held e. Da s t to the action of the Demorat Pdmary.
Christian ence.-Services are held of Tho vile a orporation un- Respectfully. A. .
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the der the laws of the State of Georgia. Defend- We. the Dnoemotk voters of Le county.
front room, second story, of the build- ante,. hereby announce W. N. Keithk a -ndldaa = for
ing east of the t rpwtonffic {rm < The atm rey of the complainant in thi cause Menbe of the Hjoues o of sreatav1e. suMject
in Thi a.tvint made nd fled herein an aidavit In which to the sa onof Damoe
also used as a Christian Science reading .states it to b. his beef that the defendants.o e to m r n .
room, and is open daily except Sundays, DaraB E. Davla Joseph Devi. Lminuel W. Davis.
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock Franes R. Davis. PlharisE. Davis. Horace A. To the Democraticl Voter of Lm Coauty:
a. m. All are cordially invited. -. s a. dHavinrd doe wr *to Csa
Reseltlea other than th ate Stof Plor ia-. a of thi s tat d'""--t -he tterm- on mseleStlo-usam
Resolutles of Respect o o G and that theoi the tadh ftaiduI 'CthatrD at the aseltati
amnt. Joseph Dv Iouis in thes c Mae. to1this o pa num ci frld. I have deemed to emte
Whereas, God, in His Infinite wisdom state ao.nd that ss o numte tndmiZ fo aSremo mstbo *Thank-
has removed from our midst Lilla John- defendants, DL Lenuel W. Dvial. ing one andlWl lrther ..sprt.
son Willis, the wife of our companion I no L Pev& v A.f I am mresperfuly, Jow C. Mooas.
Davis P nos DatD m vi n Daa l ciy of
and brother, B. F. Wills, and savannah. (in the Gef ias. sad theI set cj tmm ates to ft3e1. .err oa
Whereas, we recognize the lost sue- reidience of tUi of Thomaonybue iv in the To M Friendsw. in the Democrati Partt of
tainedby our brother in the death owfh efthonits ntpae S lcoo fu si ne a Leon mo nty:
his wife and helpmate, the light and life that no in thestatae of w ds I hereby a mnnoncmyself.sea sidde fo
of his cheerful home, and guide and in- thesrvceof a 11a uin whom would bind SbobSl Commissinoer f District No. a of Leo.
aspiration of his devoted children an s a d defenant. any of thml nWthatt hedcounty. Thanking you for pt support. I
-ro e . .. -..M--c,thX.- r JvW ud ,hoeD to asvertheraeIn the raturi,
Whereas, We bow our heads to the cnts.orfe Davl.. l. mrelpectiyelover the Respectfully. DAWON OATWIUONT.
Divine will of our Heavenly Father in us twentone vats tht th defendants. Co-- alA O Aseamiat.
tak'in the wife of our beloved brother, entul W. Davris rancAs IL Davis. Pharls Z.
taking the w fe o our beloved brother .visand Horace A. Davi are respetvy under I hereby announce that I am a candidate tafor
believing all that he does to be for the the oftweiy n.ram n tdde ton nthe Third C re ooasi Distrt of
best, and be it bank of ThomoaUlsst aowpration under' the Sta f Florida, stbest to the Doocrstle
Rebolve Tat w bis brota of laws of the stateaof primary that will hbe held Is L And Jhaitit
Cicero -e.o K1, Inightsof ythias, court tt t d a Das, Jasmpb lot.pprd iint otf the
extend to him and his bereaved family Davis. Lemuel W. Davis menses Davis. Pharis various ba., rtive and hartrs at this seri-
rsa'IthyC the covos Ho Daveis AuDavis. eniGeorge Davis sloAal district.
h = Withdaep nlr tbiplon& dA o epthe to & byll Mon iMonday, them ith day of tr .htatle n fCongo e . .a
he p br l Mihif, h March. A. D. IM: and thatthis order be pub. ard. 1hall do all that can tohav e r.
everyacson and her every deed, were Ished In The Weekly True Democrat.awpap mail deilveryestblished throughout the dieatriot.
characterisc aCriinwoma, forfour consecutive weeks. T. istsurveymadeoInse a ountyo9 thidistric
i avodomther, ad Lion. ordered and oadudgeod this the N th day t benefit of farmers andallsneerned.
SONata py6thse reso- Ja~nu-ary.A-.9 D. h In s hall work fN heprow advawrtmewnt
I Bk, "ll a Y yo6n C.IB.e reo h lS '} ".HENRY T. PELKRI, of tlh eStat and it r r.and ncoura ethe
lutions be spread upon the minutes of Clark CiruitC ouart. LemnCoumnty., aiA r. Investment of capital. o e ua f
oar lodge, be pdUMbwd in the local pa- Atte.t: A truecopy. f.Ig wsnht. ,t lea iet of trld an .ea
per dev d. a ot7tL. stih e flaitly.I,, HEiNY T .rLKs. f reting with the Wadi ngtates of the Union in
pert, sod a i rhialcbedt a family. CHM I T o IM. education and industries. and the various prores-
H. CeFu CRAWFORD,. e Cr". sive developments that will b e beMe ucial to the
P. W. WI Inthe the Circuit Court of the Second Ju- 7thI favor the increase a exterion of the
A. S. W LLS, dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for commercial relatlonsh of ethe United Stat upon
oCommittee. the County of L on-I Chancery. aonulnabela iswttea v ariv nations aM d
tak... . ing at the -of to ides lt the farmers of
Sil Va. i Jam- Stratton. Robert 0. Prl and Anthony the Routh m, d a rad tlt for their rt-
Mr. Bicknell Young, C. S. B of Chi- Vaughn. asl TrMam ofs Ciharles Smn Lee, ton and etha aadnt at paynr p hrice and that
cago, of the Christian science Board of No. U Klght s of Pytila Complainant. vs. the ma Mfar Mw a._d am eatkit for his sur-
*Ies Wnat" h rwhr JamesEdwards. Defedant. plus minesfa annd *ltB. v
L ictu ip .whomi.t 'win. Tberemember- d Jmid da a. and The w an a w t y things that I
ed deUvered a most interesting lecture i hs r Ay iqVtred to appear to the bill of n tan favor and expet to week fw if eltd.
oin this city last year, will plaint herela on the th day o March. next an Jalmuip 8Wms mu.
deliver the annual lecture on Christian .urt decreed that thiorder g oe he pubsledo -
Scien for the Firat Church of Christ, l eefr four suee lve weeks In The A
s 00lee,(or t herFirstCcurchofChr istWeekly TrueDemocrat. a re.wsa Iper published In Shr if ts S dal
Seientist, at JacksonvilleI on Tuesday aid sunti.N
evening, Feb. 6, at 880 o lock. at the wtn. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of sild Court T :R AND Y VI TU OF AN EXlCU
SJ.- E. brt t or J .. and the eaol teandf. this d day of February. teon asued out of the d rcut Court doft the
Windsor auditor s Mr. Yonmg is an A.D D e. "edM o d JudicialO Cirt tf Florida in and for the
eloquent and logical speaker, and he [L S.1 HENRY T. FELKEL. Cierh. County of Lsan. up0m4 a Jgeymt rsee s i l
handles his subject in a plising man. Attest: A true capy. the Court of the County Juld t ad for mid
a e Ti. y HIv T. PhLUL. an rtalm saue pndiw a th or in. wherein
neri r Rob. C*r Ctl C 'rnow h A. L d8 aZd RMan
nrt. ,--- iClarekk C. Ls tco. Fla. e A. dmoem was poolanUE iand md
.oc r to the Ct. NMainn was dfndant, I have lwMl upon and wl
An official repo rt submitted to the i aeleel at Ipublic outcry to the hl bidr for
Japanese diet sows that the actual I .ele.o a sl. h. boteor the county eurt eouaGdew In the
outlay-fro-mthe l'nfnt-ofhostiitiesTTNDI AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE cityof Tallahassee. Inamid eomnty. emtt da
St i ...y. or t-e Gu f i f**or* rendered on the 14th dlay of of February. A. D. 9Wt. between the h 11
to their end m ISeptember last, was for, June A. D). I. by the Circuit Caut uof the S o'clock a. m. and I o'clock p. a.. all that ota
the army, p496,000,000 and for the na vy, -rd Jwlil Cemul o Florida. In and for the oe or pa rcel of land situate i thecity of TalIa
County of LA.mn. In Chancery sitting. In a certain asses arowied. know. and des cribedm fellow.
$..,00' Wu. cause pMiding then. when James W. Forroll tu.wit: Suldivision designated Q eOf nm-
J. E. Roberts, collector for J. B Bar- Is complainant and Anthony HIck and" IAPiAl btred fty-four IM41 In the northwest aditi to
ton's furmitur- store his. r.si.n.d his Hiek. armdefemdants. I will sell at public nmirry said pity. a per map or platrlesowed Ia Dee
we o m taoe e Mar wh/en1 before the conty, sourt housedoor. In the city of ,Xk JJ "aua.- ,t. of the public re w . t
"oition, to take effect March l,.t, when Tallahase. In esa -d county of L m. to thhlehi,. h ie st f ti .k ,,f41he Circuilt Court In and for
he will move to Tallahesee. here he bidder for eash.on the 6th day of March. A. I). said cunto. iuurihauwrtopaw fordooda.
has a lucrativortic,l *secured. Mr Ro b- .the "an bel e, a sur day, ywtee nCNess. Huocma.
th f ea ss i l o'rfIMI iO. Sgl. .'s w pm. .. Sherifoaf Maid Coeuty.
erts in one of live 0ck's gom. citizens, all the following described Iandr. to-wit: That DDemher 2I. 'Ir.-5w
and we regret to 4" e him leave her.-- jirt of lot i0 in the south half of the county
Live Oak DIem rat. uaroer of mM clty. to-wit: orn *t the north- Legal Note.
Lme easternerofmidlt sai and then run. w et Wf NOTICE 18 HERZBY GIVEN THAT. X
thn msomth 170 foe4, theneast onfee said then N months after date, the und earswi d
Would be Good Pan. north 170 feet o tohepWse of beinninl, their auut a Execu nd outr t
to T.t Ival'e plat of Oak) 'aty; l kot situate eslat* of Martha F_.Fleming. iteof Leom
Ed True lnemoerat9: 'P eivmelIn lid city aJd ;h^ad 'a s'd Hicks frm W- flok. ecarhF. Y andapplytothe um a a
Pace in youraper to mention the fact r. Qua-e and wf e County Jidgfe of Al county o their'- 2i
thit M r. 1iirhtower, a very de- riniMastr n I. as uoh executor and executrix.
serving young h sqsiea mnpf Tatlhas- jo. A .*un.o,w a. Q ACtWIVI.aR"m,.
see is wood timber Out which to a.'l.i for Lplinant of t Btaiaart Sg ad.
mate a learlalstor. Hi friends would ,I .0 --- Dated thi ktsday of July, 1IsA
,like to see him annouaoed, and they be.- A l d i w... ..
live they could elect him. A small hand.bctf. Owne- can have NOMIC of the yotw|ian sub.



sebos wiN.a~~a*s fs gA obsere Itmad bo












TUB TRUt EMuMOCRAT 'tie, near Tallahassee, predominated,
.and he invariably gravitated back.
J35 0. COLLIS, Hubislher. When the Florida Indian War broke
llssssiionu a the tiW IN that Wmm 1rtal
TrumD V vY FRIDAY MORNING. I his c ur him to
PBU.....D 10100 0 He was commissioned colonel, and his
JUST.A..... bravery and strategy on the feld won
--who T AIJ dewdrop. him many laurels. He was, however,
Glittering. glisten on .the reaf; prminently a student, and loved to
Yet I help to mae t Niaetrmr devote his time to scientific stadia, his
Help to makethe mi.rhUt torrentA. experiments consuming a large part of
O'ust a dewdrop, quickly pasing,weisf
hin of beauty n tM sunshine." hisfortune. He was proficient in seven
et throsh me the desert blossoms. lanua and In appearance bore a
Gvn life where deathwaprent. striking resemblance to his famous
Just a dewdrop, hardly notie, idn.c r n
Never counted s a world fore; uncle.
Yet I move the giant ermine The hope of his life was to see the
Which without me were impotent. Bonapartes restored to power, but this
Just a dewdrop, not a diamond, h in 7
iod to dry and die a, shortly; was denied him. le died in 847, sev-
Yet I help rate the ocean. eral years before this event came
on whi. h man i.i ut a feather. about. However, when Louis Napoleon
Just a dewdrpN, one hi ,,Ie. bym .. .ror he ..mem.. r e
Peris.hed,vanishadlikesaphantvAm; w as made Emeror, h* ermembera
Yve my soni lverlastingir, his cousin Achilles widow, whom he
4), I go tIi weliht ierdutim-- had met in London, on one of their pre-
Tyiee itfwruls to him who lo n -*'rp wi,,r tpin l U H a |tl an in
On the mwel.. o creatio vi. vious trips abroad. He settled an in-
Tb,,ugh alone i can do rothiniw dependent fortune upon her, and, at his
M-rged with others I'm riess.itei s urgent invitation, she was present in
l ,arn ty t h ,man xl. Paris at a family reunion, where she
-Cynthia W.-tiver Alden. was received by His Majesty, the Em-
-_... -.. peror, with such honor as befitted her
An Exiled Prinace. rank. After a short stay, she returned
-- to her Florida home, turning a deaf ear
By E. H. Mcllvane in Bob Taylor's to their entreaties to her to remain In
Magazine of February. France.
--- Her deeds of charity were numerous,
How many people in the sunny South and she was beloved by rich and poor
know that a prince and princess lie alike. At her death, In 1867 after a
burled in the picturesque old Episcopal lingering illness, her many friends and
.emetery at Tallhhsase Florida? Tsl. dependents felt, with aching hearts,
aa that proud, old ante-beflum that one whose place could not be easily
town, situated among the hills of North filled, had passed into the great Be-
Forida, amid fine scenery and blessed yond.
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wuani uurpsea climate. Aristo-
rale and exlusve, she is much the
ame as before the war, slow to lay
asida old customs and old traditions,
The troubled ife of Prince Ashille
Murat has lon been over, and with his
wife by his ie, he sleps the last long
sleep In an alien country.
One loudless Indian summer morn-
ig I set out with a friend to view their
tomb for the first time. We had no
trouble In finding the old cemetery. It
wore a peaceful sid, this city of the
dead, and I sadly thought of the count-
les numbers burled there, who a few
short months or ears back, trod the
earth with their Joys and sorrows the
ame as we, who in time to come will
sleep Just as peacefully, and strangers
pass us carelessly by. There stood a
tomb a hundred years old, crumbling
beneath the weight of Time; here lays
govenror's wife; over there a tiny, tiny
mound, outlined with bricks, without a
flower or a blade of grass-how pitiful
It looked, yet methought its wee occu-
pant rested as peacefully as the rich
man's child across the way, whose last
resting place was by a monument as
handsome an money could buy.
The rich semi-tropical flowers had
beautified the place to a great degree.
In one corner a running rose had en-
twined its tendrils around the trunk
and among the branches of a giant live
oak, where swaying tendrils of gray
mouse mingled with its gorgeous blos-
soms; in another place was a Japonica,
loaded with beautiful wax-like flowers.
Near the front entrance stood a large
century plant, which had bloomed the
previous year, as the sexton afterward
tod us, attracting many people to the
cemetery to see the unusual sight.
After wandering about for nearly
thirty minutes, we came upon the tomb
of the prince and princess near the mid-
dle of the cemetery. Two modest,
marble shafts mark the spot where they
rest, bearing respectively the following
inscriptions:
D earARsn Tmas l. ai
Aa In t. F7
(MHAMAL AOI NAPOLEON
soN or
TNm KmIN or NAPI.S
AND
CABoUXL MUssAT
Ao.._ o4
This MonumMI sm Dedleated
by HI Wlte Cathine in

SACRED
To the eMrWr of
PRIINCsMI. A. URAT
COL. CNAALsWiLA NANOIKON
ACMILLaS tIAT
and DaWht .f tNe l^te
COL. "ino C. WILL
Who Doa thi sife ofn
the th of AiMnst, 17
A in the4th Yo uof Her Age
A Kind and Affecttonate Wife
sawdlsister
A Sneere and Devted Friend
None knew her but to hive her
Nue Named hwe but to prale
This Monument
IIe. rtd to her MNmory
by her Imreaved brother
and Sisters.
Prince Achille Murat was the eldest
son of Joachim, King of Naples, and
Caroline, sister of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Joeachim Murat was one of Napoleon's
raarshals and was executed after the
fall of that great general His widow
educated their four children, in Austria
and it is a singular fact that although
both of her daughters married noble-
men of rank corresponding to their
own, her two sons married American
women. Prince Achille visiting the
United States in 1821 decided to re-
main here and bought Iare estates In
Louisiaa and Florida, taking out pa-
pm of citizenship at Tallahassee,
which eity the former Prince of the two
Siellies served In the several capacities
of salderma, mayor and postmaster
In INhe was married at Tallahas-.
Sto abautiful young widow, Cath.
sedram,$v. a Va advice of Geom


If you have work to be done why not
have it done well? Handley, at the
Constantine House.


This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and may
be cured by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Balm two or three times a day
and rubbing the parts vigorously at
each application. If this does not afford
relief, bind on a piece of flannel slightly
dampened with Pain Palm and quick
relief is almost sure to follow. Sold by
all Druggists. *
Th Value of Publiclty.
A committee of the New York Cham-
ber of Commerce has made a report to
that body in which the evils of "sordid
commercialism" are pointed owit as
calling for protest and correction. The
report as printed in our dispatches yes-
terday says: "The very atmosphere
of our commercial life has become Im-
pregnated with an undue desire for
wealth and power. To attain these
ends apparently no means have been
left unemployed." In the opinion of
committee publicity is the only weapon
which can beused to successfully com-
bat this evil. Referring more espec-
ially to the insurance revelations the
report says: "Publicity Is really the
best means of keeping those who hold
fiduciary positions under the eye of the
public. It thereby gives the officers
and directors a realizing sense of obli-
gations resting on their administration,
as has been evidenced by the rapidity
with which reforms have been institu-
ted since publicity has been given to
the internal affairs of these compan-
ies."
Publicity! Its great value has been
convincingly demonstrated in the last
year. Its white light has been turned
into dark places, and rottenness and
rascality have been pitilessly revealed,
making possible the correction of evils
that are eating Into the very life of the
Nation. None dreads publicity as do
the evil-doers, those who commit wrong
against private and public interests, the
grafters, the betrayers of trusts, the
corruptionists in office.
The greed for money Is great in these
days of mercenary lust and sordid am-
bition, but the press can exert a pow-
erful Influence In making infamous
those who acquire it dishonestly. Pub-
licity can reach where courts can not.
Even the most venal and sordid desire
to be regarded as respectable. Public-
ity Is a preventative and a purifier. It
is an effective agent in clearing the
moral atmosphere. The scoundrel who
feels confident of escaping the law be-
comes frightened at the thought of pub-
licity. When it is active and coura-
geous its restrainining influence is great-
er than the court, greater than the
pulpit, greater than any other ency.
The newspapers of the United Sstates
have a great responsibility resting
upon them. They have a gIeat oppor-
tunity, a great work an important
duty. In the name of honesty and pa-
triotism and decency they should meas-
ure up to their opportunities with due
appreciation of the good they can do.-
Miami Metropolis.
The Sad of the World
of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, of
Bear Grove, Is., of all usefulness, came
when he began taking Electric Bitters.
He writes: "Two years ago Kidney
trouble caused me great suffering
which I would never have survived had
I not taken Electric Bitters. They also
cured me of General Debility. Sure
cure for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney
complaints, Blood diseases, Headache,
Disslnoss and Weakness or bodily de-
cline. Price 60c. Guaranteed by all
Druggists. *

Mr. F. M. Brumby has moved his
second-hand Furniture and Goieral Re-
pair Shops to the room on e corner
In te Masonic building, wrehe is off


B. J. BOND,


Jeff. D. Ferrell,
Cream Vermifugq


General Repair Shop.
SHorse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had M"
of experien .e. .
REME Y *e r- 'x w i 0
T"K NARMWS FAVUMTM
o *---,so --- pao m Ae e tho e D c me
BllarId4.ew Uilmeat sad slSls gewaaeas
e*. LOeVI. Me.
FOR SALK BY ALL DRUGGIST
mena's Hata, ale PION. Fhestatinary,ha price, at L J.
at v m Dres.


!II


GILMOKE & DAVIS CO.,

(Incorporated.)


CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS


And Dealers i


1 _


M0D LATf 3 Own= D C.L
Valeadsa Paumgas0 0ese $1,1M to
3o Ifeas -MShem..
Seattle, Wash Jan. 2-Among those
who are snppoei to have perished when
the Valen went to pieces was J. B.
Grahm, :va ad with him
went ab ~i= r$1,500 gold.
Survivors of the wrek say that Gra-
ham frantieally offered the b of gold
to any one who would place him on the
shore. But the egers paid little
head to the pleadings of the man, and
his golayd on the broken deck, kicked
under foot, no one bothering to even
p ck it up.
"It was one time when gold would not
buy what was wanted," said one of the
survivors, as he related the story on the
steamship Topeka. "I'm coming into
harbor without a cent. Why, even this
shirt I have on belongs to another man
and I have not even a hat. But that
bag of gold, or this ship loaded with
buplon, would not tempt me into such a
place again."
Graham recently sold a mine in Alaska
for $60,000.
"- flf-------
F*w l suesaes sad Sick Headache.
Take Orino Laxative Fruit Surup. It
sweetens the stomach, aids digestion
and acts as a gentle stimulant on the
liver and bowels without irritating these
organs. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures biliousness and habitual constipa-
tion. Does not nauseate or gripe and is
mild and pleasant to take. Remember
the name OamNO and refuse to accept
any substitute. Sold byall Dealers.
Everybody have their troubles, and
everyone, perhaps, think theirs the
greatest.
To the Public: If you need a gun,
lock or bicycle repaired call on Handley
at the Constantine House. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
All of Middle Florida is passing through
an unprecedented era of prosperity. It
is especially so among the farmers.-
Volusia County Record.


N*O*. Jessea 3 Brewne.
We take theu flowlag from the Key
West Advertiser:
We we -ma pleased to learn hem
our exchanges that Hon. J. B. Browne
had been elected a director of the Flori-
da Bank and Trust Company, ata meet-
S*held in Jaeksonville oe the lt inst.
t FloW Bank sad Trust Compay
is ene of the strongest and mot reliable
financial institutions in the State- it
was no misnomer but well-named when
it received Its titde for it is one of the
highest, most stable and solid represen-
tatives of its kind and class of corpora-
tions in Florida. The Hon J. B.
Browne is one of our most able and tal-
ented citizens, of whom we are all
proud. He has most ably represented
us in many positions of honor and trust,
among them that of State Senator and
his present office. He comes of a good
stock. We believe there is something
in heredity and the initial impulse of
vitality and virility, the "Mens sana in
corpore sano"-"Sound men in the
sound body" which makes for "The
survival of the fittest." He will go far
"ira loin" as the French say. He has
the six B's of Brillat Savarin, Big
Brain, Big Body, Big Everything. We
congratulate him.
Hea Past Sixty la Dauner.
More than half mankind over sixty
years of age suffer from kidney and
bladder disorders, usually enlargement
of prostate gland. This is both painful
and dangerous and Foley's Kidney Cure
should be taken at the first sign of dan-
ger, as it corrects irregularities and has
cured many old men of this disease.
Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock Port Mo.,
writes; "I suffered with enlarged pros-
tate gland and kidney trouble for years
and after taking two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure I feel better than I have
for twenty years although I am now 91
years old." Sold by all Dealers.
The Jacksonville Metropolis says tele-
phone girls in Pensacola certainly have
charms that captivate, as three of them
have resigned within the past eighteen
months to get married.

Oebra SWh ess fte.N o* tNO 80 08


seo Tegathw Oe.
The a. d ad lim sm.
W i about
being r ad m



number by law in forming a compn.
We believe that number oud bee
reached. The Capitl City swMd
re sened and her people should take
prd enough in such an organisation to
support it. We say let's form a militia
company. _^c^^ l
PIrstIua Feley's ey aad Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the grt
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered for
the genuine. These worthless imitsa
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 gay substitute.
It is the best remedy for coughs and
colds. Sold by all Dealers. *
If you are not satisfied with the last
work done on your gun try Handley, at
the Constantine House.
Itcilag Piles.
If you are saquainted with anyone
troubled with this distressing ailment
you can do him no heater favor than
to tell him to try Chamberlain's Salve.
It ives instantrelief. rice 2u cents
per box. Sold by all Druggists. *
When in Tallahassee we wish our
country friends to give us a call and
try our 25e meal. It cant be duplica-
ted in the city. Constantine House,
W. L. Strickland, Manager.
Notkie to Creditors.
THE INSOLVENCY OP THE ESTATE OF
HetoryJl imhardMon, dteeamd, having be
per bxbythe administraltor, uli persons hav
n claims ainst aMid estatease hereby noted
to appear and file the Man with the County udse
of LonS county. Florida. on or before Mareh t,
OUi0. R. A. WHITFIELD.
County Judes.
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S The fat plum held by Ex-Gov. Jen-
ninga in the Bank & Trust Company of
Jacksonville has somehow A' other
slipped from his grasp. He is now just
a plan ordinary,attoraney-at-law. -
Jasper News.
Do not fool yourself that way, for the
Hon. William Sherman Jennings is hold-
ing a position as attorney for the In-
ternal Improvement Board of the State
of Florida, it is said at a fine salary.
Does it not seem strange that he
should, too, after so much public at-
tention has been called to matters, yet
unexplained, that happened in connec-
tion with that Board during his admin-
istration. Could not the present Board
have found an attorney that could have
handled their affairs just as well? Were
not the attorney's who were employed
before him, just as capable? Why, oh
Why, does the present administration
tie so to W. S. Jennings? Is he so very
useful to them in their business? But
a day of reckoning will come, and as
Brother John Caldwell, editor of the
Jasper News, very truthfully says in
his excellent newspaper, referring to
matters along other lines, "The people
will not tamely submit always, they
oill be heard at the ballot box," and at
the next primary elections.
General Wheeler.
The country has lost an admirable cit-
izen in Gen. Joe Wheeler, as the whole
country had come to call him. And the
whole country knows and mourns its
loss.-New York Times.
The knightliest of knights, a gentle-
man without fear and without reproach,
lies dead in Brooklyn today. There
never was a braver soldier, a courtlier
gentleman or a better man than Joseph
Wheeler of Alabama. His death will
l:be mourned with heartfelt sincerity
from one end of the American continent
to the other; by the North as by the
South.-Brooklyn Times.
General Wheeler has not long sur-
vived Fitzhugh Lee. Each in his time
fought for, against and for the Stars
and Stripes again. Each died an hon-
ored soldier of the Union. Let us be
grateful to those brave soldiers of the
union, notably to Grant, who, forty
years ago, by their magnanimity so ex-
pressed the sentiment of the north to-
ward brethren who had erred that pro-
acriptoin of the vanquished was impos-
sible after Appomattox. To this we
owe the later gallant services of Lee
and Wheeler for the Union, and the
present military availability to the
united nation of the soldiery qualities
of the sons of the men who wore the
gray.-Boston Trascript
Real Estate Sold.
Measts. Telly & Yaeger Co., have
just closed a deal fur a lot south of the
city market upon which they anticipate
putting a twoestory building in the near
future for their business which has
grown very rapidly. They have bought
vehicles by sample from the States of
Ohio Indana gin Michigan, the
Carolnas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ala-
bama and Georgia, and have become so
familiar with the grades and makes that
lead in Rolta Sock that they have
had to order by wire from the factories
that have proven by test to be the best,
at the prices whether higher or lower
grade. Ring or call on them, and they
will always place a Peach within your
Reach.
.
Once upon a time a friend, a true
friend he was too, worked hard--per-
qis~eqtly and perhapa effectively to ad-
vance the political interests of a politi-
cal friend in this neck of the woods, but
V time came when that friend was bad-
treated by "the powers that be,"
and an appeal was made to that friend
who had been the recipient of gret and
valuable work by his faithfu friend,
..d he was found wanting. Unfortu-
nately he was so 'tied up' with those in
power he could not grant the simple re-
quest that was made oy the active,
jealous friend. Now no names are i
S called and we just let the shoe fit whom
it will, but it shcwa up something very
forcibly all the same. With some, ft
seems, if you once receive a favor-fi-
nancial or otherwise-at their hands, it
l Impohsibl to cancel the dp debt of
grutwwue even if you have pard princi-
ple with compound interest. And so

The acquital of Norman H ,
the noted editor of Collier's Weekly, on
the har of having criminally libeled
Judge Reuel by denouncing hise onnec- o
ti, with Town Topcs- t eaIs a- J
tion of decent journalism sad a candem. I
nation of the vesomos sheet which will
all overt nt7.The least
' esrre for sentiment, is


UIEmIIU the t. He canbe it a'
sehei oan the tuti.any introduced i. I
s1Ht brought by his partner. -Tam-
pa Timaes.-_- -
We have received te first issue of e
the *" lLe W l N s', 'I t-e |I
*&form orat with aeat
p cover, w bhe b "The Laeu
i ,School Ltea ," Taila.-
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amarmstes oaw-en was pratei
pathode story. ith numerqu i
spaces vig _room for the til l
thirty of Dicens' works, whih had t
be guessed and filled in to complete du
narrative. This was a tedaims and
strenuous task, enlivened by the ma M
mistakes made. The contestants woN
grouped around tables in fours and the3
were allowed to assist and make ug-
gestions to each other. Nearly ona
hour was spent in this occupation where
the contest was closed. The pper so-
lution was then read, the contestants
marking each tilled in selection inserted
in the proper police. Miss Hale C.
Lewis, of the College, guessed twenty-
three out of the thirty, and was awarded
the prize, a handsomely bound copy of
selections of Dickens' Works. After
the close of the contest refreshments
were served, and soon after 11 o'clock
the company dispersed, declaring the
evening a most pleasant and prottabio
one. The guests of the even were
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Calhn, Mr. W. L. Buh-
holz, Miss Margaret Buchhols, M
Anna Chaires, Mss Mary Sydney John-
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Kettle,
Miss Madeline Keipp, Miss Bertha Fes-
ter, Miss Ines Abernethy, Miss Edithl
Moses, Miss Hallie Lewis, Mrs. Besis
Compton, Miss Mary Apthorp and Mr.
B. C. Bondurant, of theCollege faculty
and Mrs. Howard Gamble, Di Palmer,
Mr. E. M. Hendryand Mr. A.J. Knght
of Tampa, Mr. and Mra. Crmer CoL
Fred L. Robertson Miss Bryan of Jack-
sonville Miss Elsie Douglas, Mis
Mary Calhoun, Miss Mary May of
Monticello, Miss Naomi F osad of
Jacksonville Mr. J. Emmett Wolfe,
Mr. B. E. McLin, Mrs. MeLin, Mrs. W.
V. Knott, Miss Edmondson, Mr. J. A.
Edmondson, and others.

County Jail Tallahassee, Fl. Jan. 26.
Editor True democrat:
Please allow me space in your valu-
able paper to protest against the ie-
gal, unlawfu-andb- n sat-
ment accorded me byt e of this
county. I, Harry Welmont, with WI-
nona Publishing Co., entered the gates
of this city last Thursday, p. Fri-
day night between 9 and 10 o'clock I
was arrested by one of the sheriff's
deputies without the formality of a
warrant, placing me in jail here and
keeping me in involuntary confinement
without granting me even a preliminary
trial; refuses me the privilegeof seeing
a lawyer to take out Habeas Corpus
proceedings, or to establish my Inno-
cence or identity. Theonly satisfaction
I can get isthat he thought I was a
suspicious character. Think of that!
He thought I was suspicious looking.
I was under the impression that a sher-
iff's duties were to enforce laws as he
finds them. If I did look esmplo did
that give him the right to arrest me
and keep me here eight or aine days
without trial? Apd wnen he wasaUtas-
fled himself as'tf whond'what I am,
and rel. cases me what redress do I get
for such treatment. caused by eOcial
blunderini and grewd? If he chooses
to fall back on tha old worn out ex-
euse that he did his duty as he saw it,
who is the victim, the State or the sus-
pect? The answer i quite plain to the
dullest one. as the State teday practi-
cally holds itself immune from reprisal
to innocent men who have bee made
victims of official overIxealam-s or
blundering. Tnen consider the facisal
loss of such a proceeding to to the apect
and tax-payers Before closing allow
me to thank you in advance ping
your paper is all that it implies im front
headlines: Ju ties to all, good overn-
mdrnt, etc.
T.ae following is the bill of fare:
Breakfast, Corn Bread without Salt,
slice of fat, salty putriaied 'Meat; Din-
ner, Ditto; Supper, Water and Air.
Yours in distress,
HARRY Bls.MiT.
P. S. I have just read one of the
most malicious falsehoods ever tad on
a man in the daily paper in rged to
me. I defy him or any other m m to
produce evidence that I am an an aped
convict or ever have been one. I con-
ftess I have been in several city lomk-upe
for misdemeanors. He is exert!g his
petty tyranny against me beae he
now realises he has gone beycad his
power in holding me on nochagel what-
ever.
Since receiving theabove commic.-
Lion we have made a visit to the sher-
iff's office and learned the folowing
facts about Harry Belmont, a5ia Char-
lie Hogan, sles Thosa Vauagt:
He is the character to whom refer-
ence was made some time sinee, as be-
ng arrested suspicious a via
to at htfafl n ens
ng over night at tle oesaf slewdad
musplcous persona. He shows marks of
hackle ad admits to havir been
|ail in the following places: Jalkass-
villa, Albany, Ga., Bsvs-au. Havana,
I. C., a td otha, Ala.
We mae aliay ra ty mte sdrmsemy
;o whom mercy is duoe" as well a
"justice te whom justice is due" mad
we feel sure that If Barry BDelment is


Mbeing unlawfuly i jailitlm-
mratke, wD be ade k
rwSaleorb OWL
The Houstona Homse PIe, lO e
ast of the city. For pa l s ap
utf J. P. 8. Hoeresux.
Warranty Deeds, lgal fem. True
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. bTm etf aryt will have .SA Cup oetWW amor.Blh Label
MW lowntywinlhave
saosupwI g tifor andldatee s, Nems sad m Java C
S ft=h p M Mu oee tbhisa Is what goe strnght to the heart of
fam e to" i Jdsevery ma# at beakf time, and every
fto seea. .i P a >one knows that only good groeers keep
spremegood coffee. We take special pride in
w and C. B. our brands, as they have made our
mto sue-$store famous. Just as good as the sef-
seed Jeerega0 B.Browneand. Hod- fee we sell ar* teas, which principle
soft BurDtA--r. holds good throughout our entire stak.
S tate Senator to represent this We oiu nothing but the best of food
district. W ero cl nothon e but th e btt of fud
Two members of the House of Repro- products-thoee we have tested oar-
*as ive. selves, and so can stand by them.
One Tax Assessor.
One Tax Collector. J. W. COLLmN, Grocer.
One County Treasurer.
Five members of the County Com-
Thre members of the Connty Board
of Public Instruction.
Mr. J. D. Cay sold fifteen head of fine
horses at his livery, ale and feed stables AIR LINE RAILWAY.
last week. He (uil has on hard some
&ne stock which it would pay all to look -FOR-
over before purchasing. *
Start the new year right. Patronis SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
home industry, and include the name of
P. T.Nicho on your shopping iat PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, WASHING-
Tuesay v n Bishop Weed TON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
tendered a pleasnt reception at he
home of J and Mrs. S. Cock- NEW YORK. -

NMist ~i la Otsy.
To Rent. A nice new elen room. THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
with all conveniences. dan be used in
one large room or madeinto three SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
rooms. Would make a splendid ace
for lodge or club room. Apply at True SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL
Demot SEABOARD EXPROffice., SEABOARD MAL.
LoNG 3ISTAKNC TE LUROKL M
Use the loW distance t .e MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
Connections can be given to ay t
on the Southern Bell system. public THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibuled
Sdistance telephone at etl oe:train composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
A t Telehone o at a discount Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Observatlon
tf ^ Moons, Manaer." Cars, operated between St Augustine and Jacksonville to New
Blass r Sale. York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack.
Among the blank forms ket in sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.
at The True Democrat office ae the
following:
Deed-No. 1. Conforming to thestat- O N LY L
Deed-No. 2. dame, with extended
e e-Noe 1 and 2, o above. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
ChatlteMortrage or Bill of Sale, with to New Orleans.
Note. to New Orleans.
Crop Mortgage, with Note.
Turpentine Lease. .
Promissory Note. For full information and sleeper reservations call on
We also have a supply of "NO AD-
MITTANCE" sis. SeaboardAgent or write
Call and see them. Agent
ONUS NOW OPiN. A. O. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
All modern conveniences. Transiert Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent. Passenger Agent.
and Table Boarders can be accommf.- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
dated at usual rates.
Mas. R. C. LONG.
EeeNov.mber 22the Ti S. GEORGIA, FLORIDA & ALAB3AMA RY.
train for Wacissa will leave Tallahas _
depot at 2 p. m. daily, except Sunda:.
returning to arrive in Tallahassee ; Schedule Effective November Ist, 1908.
4:30 p. m.
F. P. WOODWARD, Agent.
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Notice of Application for Discharge Lv T*iih. G. P. A A. ... &Upm ..4.40at
ArL ,Jackon. 0.F.&A... G.... 411 . ... ..
1OTIC U H1 RRllY GIVEN THAT I WILL Ar Ham .a.O. 0. "A A :4.pm.. 2
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make fnswturnm a tMapply for aW d A a Ar UMowt r.om.r A. C. L .. ...
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I am' General Agent for J. H. McWILLIu. P. A. R. C. NIPS, T. P. A
the sale of the Economy Rah.is. c P.GA.
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Pergy Tara la Harmess.
Frank Harris celebrates this year his
fortieth anniversary as editor of the
Ocala Banner.
Forty years I That is a long distance
view i'. perspective, but if one could
view it in retrospect, as does Mr. Har-
ris, the chances are It would not seem
so remote. And yet 40 years is a long
time and the Ocala Banner is no fledge-
Perhaps it is its age and the mental
maturity of its editor that gives this
paper its tone. For it has a tone one
that makes it worthy of all emulation
in its news features and comments on
current events. Maybe this excellence
of tone is the result of that good-natur-
ed geniality- that mellowness w h I c h
comes with age as in wine
And yet Frank Harris in not an old
man. He is only an experienced man-
a man who has accumulated wisdom
and who looks out upon the world with
kindly eyes and views human frailties
in charity. You can see that much in
hi paper without half looking.
We can't all be like Frank Harris,
but we oaI aqeome into a better un-.
derstanding f our responsibtUties to
the public s ditors by studying him
and hia methods and striving to excel
as he excels. May he and his Banner
live long and prosper Palatka News.
Commae Colds are the Cause ofNaay
Series Diseases.


COMMUNICATION
Gen. Joseph Wheeler
Editor True Democrat:
In the death of Gen. Joe Wheeler
the nation loses an illustrious son. Al-
though born in the South, and probably
with the excel t on of Rokert E. Lee
and Stonewall Jackson the South's
most beloved son, yet he was truly a
hero in the minds of the people in
every section of the country. The
writer was in Washington at the time
of President McKinley a first inaugura-
tion, when every State in the Union
was represented and could not fail to
notice and be impressed with the re-
ception all along the line of Pennsylva-
nia avenue, which the dashing Confed-
erate leader received. In fact it
rivalled McKinley's and bespoke the
love, worship and admiration we all feel
for the departed hero.
Gen. Wheeler was born in Augusta,
Ga., September 10, I3, In l99 he
graduated from West Point, then com-1
mencing a life devoted to the interest
and welfare of his country.
Gen. Wheeler's career in C'ngress
was like his military record. lie n ser-
vices covered a period of eighteen
years, broken only by the Spanish-
American war. Ilis speeches were
prepared with great care and would
have done credit to John C. Calhoun
He was also a man of great literary
ability, his articles being in great de-
mand by some of our mount popular


Physicians who have gained a nation- magazines. J L.A.
al reputation as analysts of the cause '-r- '-.-'-..---. -
of various diseases, claim that if catch- A Mystery Solved.
lur cold eould be avoided a long list of "How to keep off periodical attacks
d.ngferou ailments would never be of biliousness and habitual constipation
heard of. Every one knows that pneu- was a mystery that Dr. Kin 's New
monia and consumption originate from Life Pills solved for me writes John
a obld and chronic catarrh, bronchitis, N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, Ind. The
and all throat and lung trouble are as- only pills that are guaranteed to give
aravated and rendered more serious by lprfect satisfaction to everybody or
eh fresh attack. Do not risk your money refunded 25.c at all Druggists.
Ne or take chances when you have a *
sold. Chamberlains Cough Remedy .
oold. Chamt berlin' Couh emev The amount of salary paid Napoleonl
will cum it before these. flineac (ldevel-. ......,_ s__ _
op. This remedy contains no O Pium ajoie, leveland's star second base-
irp.ne or other harmful drug ,nf(I man, Is a question that is worrying big
hs .ears of reputation back of league sporting writers considerably
IL ined v its cures under every con. In reply to the question the great il
1iLo. PIoW by all Dlr istlti player replied: "You might say that I
n. "will draw more than a United States
The second trial of Mrs. Post. the Senator, a Representative in Congress,
Se Bree*e mental scientist, is on be. the mayor of Cleveland, the Treasurer
re the U. B. couot at Jacksonville. the United States. a justice of the 8u-
wa convlietad at the flst trial and preme Court, a col e.e president or a
nteed to one year, but appealed her footbal coach." larrv-.salaryl.Isome-
es to a hSl court an was ranted'where between 10,00 and 0,000 per
nw I L Durlng all this time she is annum. -Time-Union.
med t e of the United States T
Tr ar e- w o rase -uds today dToMie
t TeWM ,seel to the malls if A tenat wanted for the newest esad
wimb to traatd t beat oftc room in the city. Cal
-ol Mi Reaou. owaTs.

S Cap Piaper, U e- quire at .. ...
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The Good CItexon.
To be a good citizen, is the duty of
every citizen. But when we say "good
citizen" of course we mean relatively
good. We all have our faults and fail-
ings, more or less, during more or less,
due more from a lack of knowledge,
than with any intent to do, or think
wrong. Neither do we mean the
"goody good man." One whose pro-
fessions of goo4neas is piled up, run-
ning over with a perfect waste of
goodness on thedesert air. But a good
citizen is an average good man, honest
and upright in al his dealings. He
may be a church man or may not. A
man may be a good citizen and not a
church member. A good citizen is pub-
lic spirited. He realizes the value of
progress along the lines that tend to
elevate the welfare of his community,
and thus he is found in -the ranks of
progress, whether it is for schools,
churches, and all mental and moral en-'
terprises. He is a strong believer in
industrial progress. He don't propose
to carry a erk in one end of hi meal
sack to balance it, because his daddy
did. In fact, he is an intelligent, "git
up and git" kind of a man. And most
especially he is a friend to the old Ad-
vertiser, one of the substantial kind.
There's lots of good citizens in old
Holmes. -Holmes County Advertiser.
In Self Deflob
Major Hamm, editor and manager of;
the Constitutionalist, Eminence. Ky.,
when he was fiercely attacked four
years ago, by Piles, bought a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of which he
says: "It cured me in ten days and no
trouble since." Quickest healer of
Burns, Sores, Cuts and Wounds. 256c
at all Druggists.
Labor for ordinary purposes is scarce
in Pensacola, according to the News.
The city is in need of men. The better
prices offered in other occupations have
taken most of the labor from the city
streets. This has moved Mayor Bliss
to instruct the police to arrest all idlers
about the saloons, wharves and depot
and bring them before the recorder.
He is determined to enforce the va-
grancy stcrnntly.- Times-Union
litck- NJwerm.


E. T. Lcas, Wingo. Kv.. writes.
April 26, iN: "For 10 to 12 year
had been I ltetdwith a malady known
as the "itcL The Itching was uu,-
bearable. 1 aa4 trW for years to fird
relief, having triad all remedies could
hear of, be- -m r of actorss. I
wish to state ato sinle application
of a wme

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