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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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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TALT4HAR ER, FIA)ORIT, FRIDAY, JANUARY


tSmorrat.


25,


1907.


Good Oovenment; H ty In Public Office Equal Justice to All--Specal Privleges to None.


aon 00 m se 6 m" a wso' m ofcIa'k
w eluttMUp Sm at" anoe .A6t tateof lw0t10 1 as *
391W IL M.se 'a' awas a 4 es oeft 9esa.adwas n seto oM Retahee d t

it1 aid vs!2
asen, ., Jan. 14.- t t e -t M~t Tr;. Some weeks -I e Hon. George B. r oand
La Al at 8 o'clock in the A. C. at the oarnr Tof n Pakin drew op petition, which was I m -
the Central of Georgiao th signed by th e our citizens who Hon. John
S to and there toi fve trls f a wedding tour to Pa to in shadd ad sun
theo Go6 and Alabams, one A*ta Md oer points in Noth Geor- tobacco growing to this county this fiet
can reach opoehop at 8 o'clock in the g A. r" tw the atter part year, making trt an expert be snt Wot
.... Pm opp it is af the w k, M. wil make thuir bhor from the Na~ti l Bureau of Soils to ols to oo, ou iet
sffttmonoo Fros So|hoppyt t 'aa he MinsHeadtoac aod An ot~wborS
two house' rn on a tram car drawn by tractive oun lady, whMr. Butler sist di lastret them in growling, Co W.
horses to Panacea Springs on Dickin- le a sustonal young= business man. eurtag aid haring the crop. This pe. TramMuuI, .,ho was tilled
o' by. HrO is th Anelt mineral T ine aw ay who will on titiu Mr. P.rleu forwarded to Sena- or t '*- houn oroe was the
wate to be omand on e Gut eoat, late te mos -tor J. P. TabsM and Comrama oW au.~ _Oad w i. h .i
sp otma" wothe he be a- Sparkman, wh i tny took the meat- wasW aon toucs open
W aDSodss0 tple 80 13 wI hai cb lhat was organized in Tallahassee ter up with tW Welgmi officials, the life .GeIeral La. both as a aol-
LL...k.k sad fearless youdg man ennebu&s A st e W a a
4S 11 k0 6kridgeshat M 18, and I remambr him as a hand. and who have ared Mstas the d aier nd an, hld ho im up as
_i-l ... -,,oft *- soonmaegneti1e sad fearoas young man eramnIMtI M 's example to a llM sons o the811un
'still in__.h "thirties." He han # h lo M t toaI L Mr. M 1 '*
Sd now for a good any years, I the exprt and
la the ofice of Commissioner MeLtn Congresm s. I ofor the oce ea was furnished
d i e- t Mr. H. S. EUto wwho wasc oe s tn a ~ee bya la e oiar of both male nd fe
Sn, ,se t w th esot by the Demecrat n to electionn .mt ataaie, eod-fpanr two tar
orWtCowa o nto Washino. His misuaf too ** V" etw a1111a1o etfi
two vay alht rt ppoitlosm, ow- Wanto a no with the whole crowd W%
ever.7043te M9must go the Secr~e~toryof S wih thare Old C
attbob",,,,, ar lW n wre a a t- to la worn at IWf ti wa em Rivers
o e lt i the grass which tes of history with which mostof ar prea, we predict great lo, owan River an
Imtoe. w ii z omun c ,readers are perhaps familiar. Mr. El. i- wall come fm It, Lad o1r people w at Home.
his those whown tto sht lote was uite ayoung ma then, bt I r lour tatives at ash. The ceaslem was a grand one, and
,m wsthil tout dewo swd tbe am 9 o be ale to report him still In for look s well to ourinter. everyone was deeply impressed.
witin gun range and wait for the g naming the living, when so many of et at Washi and for their
S fts t ba thosewhore w active in Florida poll mptP ad seeSful rik in s euri a be able to comply with your wishs to
fairly goo, and in the fresh water ..sonly thirt yea ago have passed for us the ass e necessaryy In m that extent. Fe, however, will lot me
lakes cloe by a good fisherman can y. What "es rty years a ing our tobacco industry successful and know later. He says he is somewhat
have excellent sports George F Drew, the Demortic ble. short of money, and if that stands In
This was my irs visit to Tallahassee e^ o Drwv the Demo rati Following is the letters which were the way we must try to t him more
candidate for G v nrn 1876, pMs din connedtio n with the matter: in the next ar uriultual bill.
i thirty years, and from memory s Northern man by birth, but he went to passd the next agricultural b.
storehose had resurrected the scenes Florida as a business man and not as a TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 16, 1907. Wishing you a pleant and prosper.
and Jcidents of perhaps the most cat-bager, and identified himself Hon. James P. Taliaferro, U. S. Sen. our New Year, I anw ryi truly,
strenuous period and important political i Icrai ay When ate, Washington, D. C. : S. M HARKMAN.
crisis in the history of not only Taila- witt he, .D..emocratic party. When eW.hnto,.
. asse but theState ofFlorida and nominated for Governor he was a the Dear Sir-Your letter of January In the county court tast Friday before
Swell. head of an immense sawmill and ldmber 14th received, stating that you have Jud B.A. M n sa red John
our great Amrican repubtc as w business at Ellaville, and as known recommended to the Agricultural De- W. utton against ile sHJohoson
I waas Netaff t I rrespnnto t^ e throughout the State as a safe and sue- apartment that the planters of our coun Jr. the former having sworn out war-
tate of Florida n the summer of 1876 cessfu business man with distinct exec t be given assistance b the United nt against Johnson for assault with
to r t the stirring scenes and devel- tive ability In the final outcome of States Government, an I desire to intent to commit muer. Counsel for
opet of the memorable State and the election Drew won out and was in- thank you for your attention in the the procution wee Colonels W. C.
national political campaign of thHat as Gove rnor, while te lm.attnther. rHodes ad ace 3. Whjrop;do; -
.Fi dben rem eft torsi vote of the State was given to I.am, very respectfully, frn, CIele ed T. Ms and
ye. Florida ad been rdeed fm Ha yes for the Presidency. Nobody Geo. B. PERKINS. John Cilnsto Tt .wM for
,. was ever able ti explain hew the State-. Dis w
As the of a e could have gone Democratic and Repub. UNITSE 8 E5A SNATE,* were byear. No other witnesses weie
dg"7bte o.0t, at to Wo
them At majority votes fir doe e& t- "W it
S. lsa .a eMber slat with rM, duly court. Whih was ated, ad Mr.
rects ^ Othe ottest atel fo. owo ral college, and they decided o let to hand. I have ad ed a letter to Johnson ve a 00 to appear at
tha Democratic eltor and cand Drewo n asGovernor to keep the the Agricultural Department strongly the next session of the rlt court.
a orators. to ,the aousappontet t orm idian. who had sworn their itn-. recommending that the tobacco grow- ---tout
wad shr th ot uhou s ep t tion to inaugurate him even if they had ersof Leon county be given assiAtance Lamg Live the nam
e rtythetrspeeahem and "whooping to shed blood to do it, from ris in in their work, and as soon as I receive is the polar throughout luropean
,.s wmhrae s hoping their might and cleaning out the whe a response I will let you know what may country rwhiln Ame th rof
It wa atas compotaed of Sam Me reau of Soil I hope that you arre weli f and to resntday is "Lre a o h oe
the CaptalCityof otaeinceth s the close o t ciil The r t whi regarery trule d." Mra oino hroat

bo th t weeks in Tma returns and declared the reult of has been filed witD. Chief Jan. 17. 1907.the u- otht never fails to give fammedia; tead fore-
hatwa rw and exciting eletionwas composed of Sam Mc- reu of Soils I hope that you are well, Guaand to aui dkly cure f and
ha ,ee, i as this was my Irst visit to in, Secretary of tate; lic lliam andam with kind behalf of thery trulyeco d Mrs. M opino is har
the Capital dity of Florida single man Archer Ccke. Attorney-Geer and yours, of J. P. TA ArtrOy, I took up withmaot of the inha.nts
or twho watly natural that myear l.oweIll, Comptrollean from t Chfof the Bureau of Soi. the Trinity My E. Church. South I. 8.
mid shd -have reverted to the occaw n a- ke a Vr Ur. Nw D .
so In the ee a of the Com n ert was an East Tennes erontng bot mattof- UNIT STATn NATE, I we Pat ngs, Patndor.-Servieats after a
tore i the great political drama of aned iCowgil a Western Yankee. WAsnto aNt, D. C., Jan. 17. 1907. other r die havd e failed; and for
tHon. years ond although holding office under thern t.Ge work of toheobea *ouh. I weoth Lan-d lIt's the. o isreeU-
Johe C. r s ainmy al. Anm y ad h s est tr bua.ede thoro were Law, Tare fre, him Guaranteed by all druggists. 50c and
have sife. .hewn! ing gsoather on all the issues rtsid, i My Dear Sir-chIn responased to you rqTrial Thottle free.ub a
thtf egi? tte man everything went Redpublican accord- cnt letter n behalf of the tobacco l
t. ho tnot n td tr wer lgmand and various growers of Leond county, I took u weary it-a .
r e a B e and thin another lawyers and politicians fromthe Chief of the Bureau of Sols the Trinity E. Church, South, I. St.


who w. pat ia dmt in State aaire er.lrt tIea wit h kind rto arC, very truly y arAe. Pak W Cmer
tot n e I loverwa mpnioneed reentir AsttI matter of endin an expert to atteron,. ator.-Servces un Day.a


h .o. t .at few A f thm are ar et bcd aT ounty to8 -Kindly return o Ithe1toure i .a at m. a t .Ju a. m. andr
St te en the at of United Sttoa Depart of lAgriculture prth ae gue, 7.3



.oa. ..-- _.ra.i-t 7. trag- Bpna, dur inre war Bureau.of Soils, m. ,. A,,. iwnt --._ ,
aJohn C.l Lina oy ae v oAy -the rturningd to be tiw er theaivie relvHn. Jae Pfr himtheorrA I Sn orthV A* M A i
_I st ox Governor D om. D e warm contest in the ourts ova nply, hom which I am p leased to o rd i om a
.t .am, Ra a terlwM fled ad S arm ous de to seai an expert SL M y.
S6ale 1ii And the n o lth o rWsi.teder in datistl. I p Iou ae nwell, am, a1t 0 C c.- oM,,eC, Snat.,
p pthe tt. BinSaut Affairs e Fede aoo bt the with kiregard very truly yursa, near Re,. RFeurnkeW. raer,
w -- .,e t Go e w, elecntorhetl v A of mmt Pr eotheiel osure e atE m. ad A. U a. a aond
your ain :j i oblige. ISO LaRnd Day,214. ma




f onreanor adt r tlto, hadmi*and f2TraS- toUnited States D part of Agricultur. prPeronW J te ator. o th i
wesu uma Aeornet-Genlthn- eInba lantc set o Hon. Jame. P T ferro, U. a l S.en Lda,. --
her en Dw, .x Governeor w .s sturtrd d th n d prte Wobh.n tbs D. C.e iom.e .Sme Sea. m.-


amdt _ap. Gouge ac Ran y TheAn ea.. .of ,S, c'Sthe mnema SmD S ulte Rei. Jour ot' Mhar. .apm. FMAtai, .om St..m -


wa7s iasn twone of the most active a.to p e Dre.rd the f e v ott l,.n retn tb u e d as.a Ct Sctience reading
saggrSessite .=wAto sev. Srpoo, sr a Iia
the--, try Go weno But Drew wa iaaat GVo .r rst ac t yo, !~I have *da .fthe hoor a -. d 7. .


v al beamh Dg hl bonted r -l1 i ,o .ee be-.,-aceuS. teans left u. w* a r,'"
ha ms. betwe suns adthote telling M' u Su ReeviN a aE, ofre sW i o
people of" the State Boxamc committee amny vh ..... Chief freau. Z iNl Crs P tor-eua servioot oi
,wied elecd Gover... ..or. ,_hastbeaen ,ic Asf, alr e ad-esa thoe waern Ho o.f Rena .uo'clock a.,._ an at 7 o'clock


o woe tim most d ,ashblg and tearless a i thee and scalawafg, days, I went around to the bureau of lion for month., but not no relief.
Swho stood boldly for Democratic and graduate latoure was re- Wols. and interviewed Mr. Perkins. period had stopped, all
Io and who ard to do anything claimed, and the Stat once more came wbotold me that he would make very m After taking partora
IJ a .eemed feaibe or po ,ibe at that "at er own. -Albany Herald. wort to send an expert down Into Lon of Card, nature ma
tm for the prpom of rodaing county for the purpose of iving in without pali.
s lda from the carpet- an Mr. Westeot Edmoodson, at Jack- stractions in the matter of growing women to ms Ol
eMwagS was Dr. A. L. ph., seaville, was to the city a few days this tobacco; he was not quite lure that he tiflemNd w 1.00. at
He was at the head of the Democratic week on business. could do so, Lut thought that he would druggis a


NO. 48.


AND CAm

To Ceem up fre TOtWa M at


The J ackaoaevlloe tepe 'of the
21st says: All Florida is Inte ed in
the criminal libel ease stituteld by
ex-Governor W. S. Jeins against
Alfred St. Clair-Abrm a L AK.
Taylor, which comes Aennartg
in the Duval Couty C t of
Record on next Mondap.
The case Is th o eateem of artoel
published a the Tvaras eraiM whis
is owned and edited by Mr. AWb4M
The paper also pubtlted
whoer aUlleged to have baow
* *lr T-


an -864i1mt - ,"te~
friends of -inO Iwn -
the other han tlo w a
summoned WHO. am F|Wu as Ibb per-
sonal and potdta) s meo.
Tan wwayanoaod
The ueo tew do-
Hat e e" Marai: J.


'W -y n.mases MOOwom
a largU gathe of t l a1= d d-


Pre estto we e t
Sa box of aeOt fm.m fC-
Captaand CmH ain Law am fauly ar
at ptaaat oIAen cou time
edie fo tO *season. Tal-LM =*
n W to welcome th
Wt Ow Captain Lxmb art taer
y have been opening th dr win-
taers her for years, and are now like
hoe folks.
Mr. Archer Kay has rWePu hem
Tiltahasese, where he and M k-
esridge Gamble have beem a
very soecomful hunt. Mr. re.
maied for a visit .. Mnra, J m B.
Srowne has come Ins T-Oih- me to
pst Mr. Browne, who has t Or-
ange, Va.. to place hi ee. Uqaeph
Browe, a.t heaet Mr. Mu.
rowpe will b the taJde
and Mrs Cromtog
to Key W t.-


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INTERNAL INIPROVKMI T BOARD W1ST WILI, TBt FOR ILECTrIM.
STATIENET. There is a rumor out to the effect
I another colmn of toayfAperthat a petition has been gotten up to
In another column of today paper prehet t the cn o.mmuu eP t
will b!found a staUt.m.nt of the re- present to the county commissioners at
ceipt. and diaburs-ments of the Inter- their next regular 'yetitg asking for
nal Improvement loard of Florida for another wet and or, election to be
nhe p to i,'i of n f call in thi.~ county vWe have twen
the pa;,t two y)ar;. lhin statrrn-nt,
h, /,,, I, i o / h i a reliably informed thtt the petition con-
S i, pu i ..,r I tain ntmiinei of a riurnrbr of persons
been nr ad pubbi" co<,iic'rriirin tl nr,,tn ,,
Wenft by this ,,tard uring t haL ti,' who now ciaimr tl'y did not know ex-
and will p-,,ve iriteresting t,' tax- actly what wax intended to be done
f. u with It when they signed same, or au-
thoriz(d their nanwmA to bhi signed, and
"Th',-r- :r,. -v ; ;4 .inir,t., I.i i who now wish their natn .. not top p-
*hiMs ,airre,..t s... to 0., to i jppar on aid petition
far ir, *-- of '. I.' t. -.l' r:' .t- ~aid parties ear, ha'.v, their a:.,":4
fully f .. '+.. L ,or i .rf t t.;kr.1n off by appeal ; :t. t..' l. ard
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tract, has f (e'.tired ai ri'lc .ase fr m, t8 h v I t .' . , .i '. 1 i* , ,. 8, ,
latter, I eI n ap- point d 'I ( n' ral M .an la ,, il-tti' l l ,If- .. .. 4' I, ,' 1,1 ,
for the T''a pa Northern Iailway l4ow it ' .... '., ,' t . at Ii .
leling( f'untrIl't tioe of his new pr.itionlmind will make, cola .l,i n.ii, i.
'amlnlsa his hlomne anid ofleial head'quai r ', i.l ,il lr'ei'.i,8 4' .' 8 44n .. '4,II
torS fr f 1 I' n '.4 .P4 u ii n ?1 1 4 n4
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Now thut Judlge t 'arter ha is .ire'./4iV. l,' I tl. t l.. 111, I t o, u l i ll.
the Florildian I suggests to, thoI e t (.overI, or 1iit, .' 14 I 4 1 ,, II :. ,I 111 1 -t 1 ,4 ,
that he api oint Tlon. .I. E rTiinw, W -lf, it,m l.... a ,. ,' , In, ,r, t ,11,I ,.,, -
iln the l'ir'st ('ireuit atnd M r. M Augiic the' ti .k , 1 1 i mi ,11, 1. 1 fi488w8 .l4 .
tus Brown, of this city, us the <,.ov ,r ,.h.,t i 1% 1 ,. '
ilor 'i i'rivate' S.cretary .Jaicksonvill e I ' t Ie
Fiiridlani. rI u li, lI,'v',4t A nl < (I-4 44 (t l :mill
A auggeMtion that may ibe adoptledtI. pIl'ar l 1 I 11"'s 81411 ll, I i 8 .8 11 II 1i l
comingng as it does. eviin from Editoir pIr'e'' 't441 l iIn 4 ii.,Ii|,111ual. I td,, t.4,s 41,Nly
Altert W illiammu n, is the suggestion s,'rv'.-, t., ,',It., t1i -.8i. ,.l to AISI -
.strikes che to home ti nd in lin, with crewlit ti 'i reloirt.
the (Governor'ns more lJtan likely inch- 'Th.e alv.'ac.',t 1 .ttIrn n4, in totals.
nation and desire's. which wis hainId ou t ly the G (vernor
The Live4()ak ()e'nimocrat think, W II. last w,.'k 41ho,,1 thi-re hat;s .....,i spent
Watson, of Marianna, ham the inside by tho *the i(oilule buri l'e I I. 1. andl drain-
track for the appointment to fill the un- age t.hlnt'Is fltr ATTINKY's KS4. court
expired term of Judge Flranci:I HI. C ,,,, ar-i i x, .n, and ,r,'
ter of the, first .ircuIt, re.ignedl. ns"a ; .4 4
most of the' lawyers throughout the ,/, / ,. $11. II! '. m>tl tbl>8t $1hSf,-
circuit have endorsed him for te*' 7;ii.1l 1 if t w fnit lI*r at1 orney's fIces.
lacee" Perhatuu, but .1. ninmmiet W% I'fe '' Statev h.I's n .\ 1. lin.,, (. r'ial. on,(
in the (lovernorr a ptrvvate' 4cr1tarv. ryr. cc- -l.irv, i -r.
member. 1ime1. 'nioi n Short lalku tI lt) k, .I,1 8,,44 he,'.1 ,te I ,I .I,,N, I .
And, again, it nmt i ,Iriin'member'1e
that ex-14heritT iiand ,, I'rivat, S v I' , 1 1 '
1 .4> \ 1 .1 .'.iIel I > ) 'I" \ 8.'. h l .'l l8
ta ry 1ilrd w n m'i'* J ti h o iltrj a i ,ti .8 I ; I tl ".11 0t8 i t
povIded i, p t tb.iat I 1*it a 1 4, 't ,tf4ll'l I i"l 'l,
otn lit ti ni Niitt thit illit ''t I' I
q iwtetor's jol. mIaiII y (* iIoninI it iha .I i h
been prum ised t t lh i ,, hl h4 ,,tl,01, I h. .. j, t I"'. eth' '
are see k ing> it 11 the *. ,,,i|it ,ta l n.i8ll.'..i,.I' :;8led:1 4,.' 8, I ll l
the)'y ( m'8 ,''rrn w'thith t o l,,r lh t ,*4,.8' I t r ', 4j' *"!1 I t W ,.. I ,
84 8ti ',8i8, I 884 \\4' vI I4 1,, t w t a....
I II. i f-e-ti III h I. ,Il, e.,'t I t t
judgeln |, lliitps M IIII\ 0 Ill- I it, ,t , '

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it all. i, 'l .1 , 8 . ,o I 8 4 4*.*ju v ,l a t4
"W hat has th .,,te ., '' 8 ioth drii' 11 ,.411 .1 i 11 ,ie .,i j.. ,,,
'pro8c4t '?" asks th. l.. Il ',8l Sun "I. ,,
workstill g ig (n8w" We%' hav,, .lnumbl..r a 8 ,,. ,,( s t d,.n' they should
of lpeoplea' k us what is ltoig alld a. tak le I'4',,I1i' II41, theIr full ,t',l ,l-
there is so little publl Informnator d.ici .414 iet the8i know jus t whait
about this natter of *'i.e p ople', ,s" buts.i-. It i h' "I elI d.ne,. tou g l
neas,' we are unable to anuwerthle |o- and f'itihtul," etc. ',me right square
pleo aout the people's business up to "'lh. true inwardness of things."
"The people's bum-ntsp" in nobody's gentlemni, aun "all may te well with
business. "It is the policy at 'Tahlahas-
eeo, apparently to involve all public ,.' .. .
operations in a loud or mystery. What The Florida board of Railroad Com-
everybody wishes to know is Informa. missionss has now been reanised*
tion that the 8t4te oOfficers will not give m loner. Ha now n B n rsoai lsd
out, unless the law explicitly requr with R. Hudson, Burr a chairman and
them to do so. A good daily newspa- ex-Senator Blitch a the new bloodin
per at Telsah we with an lqualUve that body. The old mdage about t*e
Editor wToMlhed etulb to the rest of the new broomn that sweeps elos will aw
State. The True DonocrIt should be
ii itx times a wNk.--nms-Unmon bave a chance to Illustrate Iteilf. Thdre
fTalks. Had be proprietr of Is no doubt tl the world about the gcod
s te mesr to mak intention of t o-maa t
fima al e. WO eaa untill their Ppowmrs al enlarged we as-.
se gras ed ad as it pect that things will go ae about as
a m some good resaltA. usual. l-ive Oak Demooratm


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ve're dIrubb~ing they dese'rv4ed.1 'I1im is
but one more inlstan~ce of what a potent
fNctecr IP lsridie *M Represe'ntatives in
ho(th houie% (if the F~edIeral 1wwgi8!lt~urv.
1 h88(1 that real strength anid capacity fo~r
lp('rfebrinain('4 rent more on quality than
8 hy .iN, (1) n qutantity. Tampa 84'Tribuine',


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w-V4'-4 at8hwiw wid 148(1i44'8l('l'had r'I~ir('d
ffi ti,- iw,'ht. '1li.4 --mitie' 4, afitta i rs
8(4 48 ''xist. I t 11.h84ben Ia source
4(o' an881444 y fl(''II)84e1 t hc ,tl'Icr~s fo r Ithe past
w8'i'k 'h e st-boys ha vt'e'44lotncongre-
sLrat in).' at'i 81ne l;theam r 'iu. ~anrd several
ost her eit(' s and have- hee'n merudte thati
hit# judiv'4 hail to be ealhIi' on to dig-
burt'R them. These hoy should be
forced to ri-main ill8their homes at night
and if the'-jparents of thisi clasR tof boys
w' mu1( do')t heir 41118 Vbitth-ir (childIren it
114,411,11d relieve the. n)h ce' c's w he cs duty it
i4 teit rcerv. 4)r4Ier of ;a great deal of
.k8 c818l)44'? .1C 181d eerli aJ s;would lie it
v.reat 8hi'l1c to the' t--a4'h-tr :it oir i4,-h4i4)1 ,
as the time that iaho'iald bei- onsi4Imed if)
stuy Vint, their l.'s'so.,4 fi r T he i' f1swim-,r
day (41a pei-rit'5.'fl8 t.Iit, i184enthe 'tef
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twie Ir rentss trivin h'''!88).'li~te''te'-! -
tii t,'? sl I
"A Bid Piece for 10 Cents."


in., .1 1.I 12 for rdr'old4g aida l idv ial., This is the catch line that made a
I1r ititSection $7H6. 5.. folr slurvy\s certain well known brand of "plug"
$1.*;.2-. Ill. making a total of $125.4,t1.40. tobacco famous "A big piece for five
If other funds had not n ti p1)cents" may well be said of the New
If ,,r funds had no.t wn t up by York Sunday World Magazine. Next
injunction, Mposibly a much larger Sunday's World will contain a wonder-
amount would have been spent ful color picture of New York's tall
buildings of the future; the story of
plants that grow from artificial seed;
the remarkable story of a man who
C wasconvicted of a crnme by his finger-
1w "Mt t il tim u of the peat Sundmlay
nO M V- b M wo con"ist of sarteen page.

Boe theI- o w o -
Whatever year triab ia yeare gee by,
/r__ J- N- .o matter how tate has frowned,

o tare of *b h .
Four good farmutfor sale cheaper.
47-4t W. U, Vois a.

mOSO ea 1i si 4s m Dr. L kA. H n the
good buat to lease. weU known acka
stocked Appy to C. mak
SmithNW, A C a- 44-1 mo. vtto Jan'y 47-St


Municipal Election
The election Tuesday of the city offi-
.r. fer the coming year was note-
w,,rthy for it.s plea-anitness and the
(uiet way in which it was carried on.
It was peculiarly remarkable that such
an exceiflent corps of good citizens were
carnlidates to till these positions of
trust, and remarkably peculiar that
there was no opposition at all for any
position. The ticket as elected was as
follows, all receiving about the same
number.of votes
Mayor- W. ML McIntoah.Jr.
Members City Council-G. W. Saxon.
S. C. James. F. C. Moor, G. E. Lewis,
('. G. M'yers. These will compose the
next Council, with lions. J. D. Cay, S.
1) Chittenden, Aaron Levy and A. C.
Spillhr, the holdover members, and which
guarantees to the city a good work-
ing body of citizens who have Tallahas-
sec'.s best interest at heart, and all of
whom will work diligently for our up-
building and general improvement along
safe but economical lines.
City Clerk-A. H. Williams.
City Tax:Assessor-W. H. Chancey.
City Tax Collector C. Z. Fenn.
Members City Democratic Executive
Committee -Julius Ball, C. A. Cay, J.
A. Edmondson. (. H. Gwynn, Geo. B.
Perkins.
Mr. A. H Williams and Mr. W. H.
Chancey have served faithfully in the
positions they have been re-elected to
for a number of years, and each have
made efficient and courteous officials,
whom Tallahaseeans delight in honor-
ing.
T:;llahassee has progressed and built
up wonderfully and rapidly during the
t.,rri ti oft o(ce of our present efficient
n,i .'or, but we arc cotfide.nt that with
11,n W M Mciintosh :i our chief ex-
0, 1li,' w\ve. shall continln* to make such
. 1 ,ril',- of uivanre'Itiit and Tallahas-
* WVi!,' with ;a f"w inor, -,uh mayors
;:,!l c(ity offcr.'is -c'(.cond to no city of
it .8izei tI t8h' Sate.
O(win i t<, 01! hIalth Mr W 1). Wils.rff
doe il,,'dI t- nit :irraiin run for City Tax
i',hle'tor.:', n.l Mr. 4 Z. Fenn was
I,*.t,.tl tn fill! that very responsible po-
.-itiii. Mr. Wil.oiin has made a record
;i' on' of the very hebst officials the city
,,*vr had. and gives tip the office with a
petrf,'ct ly<''ean ,i'cre. having every year
colhlcted Iupe close teo the la..t cent, and
leav in no back tiaxe'S due the city.
Many citizens. rret that Hon) D. M.
I owr4. who has done most commenda-
tory work for the city as chairman of
the street committee, was not on the
ticket for re-eilection, and that Hon.
.8os4!ph A. Edmondson was also conspic-
nous for his absence on the ticket. He
has been the efficient chairman of the
committee on ordinances for some time,
and has been a substantial log in the
council raft.
While in reality this is only a primary,
in effect it is an election, as there is no ..
opposition.


of lving is to have jood health. Use
Herbine and you wi have buhels of
oy. You need not be blue. fretfland
e tAt bad taete to your mouti.
Try a bottle of Hw i a pdt/v
Cosa ftr aD E, empmma. lHar.-

"1 be D b for er
yetar, U "w a Trea ualatr.I
.L l II* It ae a le -disihe


Meatiot The True Demuurat.


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ditla. al cause i ey train.
hith wM eys a sem pefaet
in ,there may exist
gmo ktmt tomblo that wil cause
ma *y *&pieti- sof the system and
aprou train upon the entire ner-
yous system. thrby causing many
chrotne troubMe to develop.
To locate these conditions a new
scenee, not taught in the old school
has been perfetod and is kno
Ophthalmolqy. By this mode sys-
tern, which rnow raciice exel vely,
S I straighten ero es with opera-
tion, overcome all frms of e trouble,
and chronic and nervous angementa
disappear within a veryhort time. I
have accomplished exe flent results in
hundreds of cases h ughout Florida.
I can be seen n lahassee in per-
son, at the Hotel Bloxham, on January
28th.
Mr. Earn~atcino cala, was
among his many warm Tallahassee
friends Tuesday.
Professor Asa B. Clark, of Quincy,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Tallahas-
see with his many friends.
The German Club gave a delightful
dance at the Leon Hotel Monday even-
ing. The dances will be rather frequent
now before Lent begins.
Fertliser4 Fertilierp t
Now is the tim to send in your or-
ders for Fertilizei for /
Cotton, /
Corn, /
Sweet Pot oes, /
Water one,
Sug aa, and
VFeeto les of every kind.
See .. SHINE, Agent.
January 22, 1 -48-tf
See John Loll s for Job Printing.




'WAM*


J H. HORTON

104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-


rons.


Plumbing a Specialty.


The Best Styles


Long Silk Gloves, and Kid
Gloves, Dainty Collars
and Handkerchiefs.
LACES AND
EMBROInRRIn .
CORSETS and HOSIERY.
The Newest Mat.rwa

UTOPIA WOOLS
in Gemmantow*,
aouny and Shetand
Mim Adeo Grard,
149N.Mnmm8otL
Tallihamme, Fk*Ida.


Canned Goods of the
Best Quality


be ROYAL SCARLET


is the brand that will please


superior quality


on land and


you.


has been made famous


Their
both


sea as the


FINEST CANNED GOODS
IN THE WORLD.

lvcry can is guaranteed as


to quality.


Try them, you ToklrwduModrie tkioorl


Vvil like them and want


more of them.


Call and see


WE


40 VAR1IITKI&5tVflUNTN&LA5


CARRY


A FULL LINE.


them.


FOR 3ALE BY


T.B. BYRD& CO.,


I RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE


COMPANY.


Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00
HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS


OF FORTY ONE STATES.


3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.


If you become totally
the Company pays your
without interest and these
are not deducted from


disabled
premium
premiums
face of


policy. .
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY [OR SELL.


Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.
AGENTS WANTED. -


IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.


SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
--FOR-
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, WASHING-
TON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
- NEW iORK. - -

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED.
SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment;
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Obmvrtk
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundays.


ONLY LINE
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from
to New Orleans.
For full information and sleeper reservation
Seaboard Agent or write
A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOY
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.


JACKSONVILLE.


Special Bargains for the Holiday Trade


Until January 1st, my entire stock of


Furniture, Rugs, Mattings,


Toilet Sets,


Lamps, Pictures, Etc., will be.offered .at
Very Close Prices.
Special Values in nice Center Tables


and Willow Rockers.
and be convinced.


Give me


a trial


TALLAHASEURNITURE STORE


J. 1. THIRUS, Prop.


Jacksonville

)ns call on any
LSTON, JR.
Passenger Agt.


FLORIDA.


I 1_


ieath is
ore Than .
Wealth (


Use
BALLARD'S
SNOW
LINIMENT


OP

ALL-


AND
you will always have health. What ;l to m5 .
happnes m where hbealtb is am Its lnowa. WS
CURES'---

One Who Kiow.
J. G. oott, B"ltLAM*CltUrVtah.writtt "I
Sthe u s am sed by ,shde. by,,e
mAd loxp w;; tlve ether. I also uo.inndj
3a~iarTh orhoUd Syrup for IBS mmdS.
SThes OMdW totar du oW pain. -
Gmr THN OGNUUIN. ThsSimusUss, IA ,
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CORNBR CUNTON AND ADAMSiTS.


IF YOU LIKE


I .ANDm.

I Guarant ee You Safaction.


To Whom It May Concern:
The bearer of this letter, Mr. Earl L. Ross,
has been in our employ for the last six years. He
is a first-class and capable Piano Tuner, and is
especially equipped and qualified to repair Me-
chanical Pianos and Mechanical Piano Players.
He is a thoroughly conscientious gentleman,
and every reliance can be placed in him.
Yours truly,
THE CABLE COMPANY.


FRANK CHASE. Manager.


E. L. ROSS,


NICHOLSON'S.


MILLINERY
FANCY


AND
GOODS.


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Rev': l, P e.sof Baltamore.Md
will preah St O it Bapt08 t Cim'A
both eR@Ig sad eve 11- so y.
Jan. 9. Dr. tPetts 15 86 e one
of the amt praehees i the tMer
church, and ift I hoped tht e may


have lar e-ongresat.on at these Bun- woef As a s-vess yes the k iof "e a"" yo se'a
olgilar Bible School meets at 9.46 l Chdm for the at sweaty ftam T M b mm.birh. thee
a im.; preaching at 11 o'clock. Other yeats has bte a teebei the e n imd aesota are what *e have
services at the usual hours. -alLMWomwad t mat t time t w
serIces at - death w -so the ewest 1 sem1r to deendi uop, we having h I a smd
btu. in m i dart at the Loon now tbi btiness solely an what
Silently stole into our midst on last H. gh ito
Saturday the angel of death, plackin Cha e was a daughter of the oney coms into 0 sfrm Job work,
one of the pure t lower, that we lo le Benjamin Hill Chal of Tall- advertising, and sbscrptlons.
Mr. B P. Willis has the heartfelt sym- ha a family evr nLt. She lnt a m e .
pathy of the weole city in the untimely was greatly loved for her beautiful Be prompt and comO to our assist-
lons of his infant son, who was eleven character and Christam traits. Gentle ance, now that we badly need the cash
months and twenty-eight days of age. and refined, with a sweet dignity of de-
The funeral services were conduct meanor, she lived quietly her noble, Very respectfully,
from the house on SndJay afternoon st useful life, and died sincerely regretted JOHN G. COLLINS.
2 o'clock. Rev. Ira S. PIatterson of th,- by a large number of friends.
b G .\l.t,,i-t church h:ivinL' charge.. 'Pall- Hler hody was laid to rest in the fam- A Nice Tribte to Goo4 Laldy
Sr ,.1:r w e.r MH l-. J.,n H;min and ily lot in the city cemetery. The num- Itoy.
li, 1 1'llil,. 4. ,iv"r f tlural offerings was profuse, as It is environment that forms our
.w-r i he.r friends. The pall-hearers, opinions and shades our convictions and
PD E R An Unusual Publication. wer.n: W N. SheatB. B C. Whit field. prejutdiaces Not altogether, perhaps,
-E- I'.. w0",k th,, i ..1,*r tr',: I' \V. Wiln... .. i collins B. A Me- but so largely that if thefactweregen-
-.w Ya,-*, kVWril ;, i wlt,,,f th0.'l,'-. .in ..J. nd E '. C hesley. rally recognized, there would be far
'11".tatthere now is and it. would be a more
Absolutely Pure ,;' kl h , ,' ;t; A ,o tr Convict Lea... pleasant world to live in. Today there
t.I. ,'r..,I ,, ' .U- , wr -,, <;;ine,.ville. Fla Jan 15, 1I't7. passed through Live Oak the remains of
SA Cream of Tartar Powder ,1 '1`., ,'", ,' th.. .'av'.'s, Mr es, t (. 1',lins. Editor True De-m a noble Southern lady being taken tt
fCreaf mof a pow ,,, , ,,l .. ai ,th crat, Tallah*.sse, Fla.: Tallahassee for interment. This lady
free from alum ol phos, i,. lt lutia. ,. f ir n thruvhoutv )D ar Sir In your issue of J a. .,an. 17, was Mrs. RebeccaElwell Maxwell, who
phatiosold t itj I ,it hi".' W "' o"W dlivr orks.' 1907, I see that your county convicts die(t in Jack'onville Sunday in the 88th
Ia'wtv i ',.ars ago u hih a collection of were leased for $8 per head. Other year of her age. Shewasa very prom.
tVS-- Vlgwould have ,t the ountryagi readers, like myself, would like to know inent member of the United Daughters
_entenag. years w(avo 'h a thintr wouhl why Leon county convicts cannot corn- of the Confederacy, a devoted worker
have been practically impossible. mand a better price. We have just in behalf of the old soldiers of the
.hav. b ..n prne l. impoable. hired our convicts at $29.50 per month South, and when the great war was in
Board of Trade. per capital, and the lessee assume, all progress, she was one of those splendid
LOCAL AD P AL ITI sur tll r neihors auti he Board of Trade met Tuesday expenses after conviction, and we only Confederate women, unsurpassed a a
LOCAL AND PRSONAL ITIS. He suretotell your neighbor about ve hrdof Tradell with Pe lease for one year. Last year we ot body in history, whose whole hearts
fi l the art exhibit. evening in the Cit Hall, with Pre only $21 15. while this year we got 81.35 were in the cause and who made the
Don't fail to attend the.art exhibit at Mr. G. WV lhodes, of Woodville, of dent in te chair and a fair per capital more. Now, it does look to heaviest sacrifices cheerfully to pro-
the Leon lotel. the firm of Rhodes Brox., naval stores attendance. the citizens of the eastern and south- mote its success. And, yet this tycal
Col. E. C. Love, of (Quincy, was in operators. among leon's best business The secretary read to t'e meeting ern counties that by proper advertising Southern lady was a native of Boston.
Tallahassee Tuesday on )iga n uinests. men, made the True Democrat a pleas- several copies f by-laws and constitu- the convicts of Leon could be leae to Mass.. of old New England stock.
Style, fit and #orkl(anship guaran- ant visit Wednesday. tions which, in pursuance to th er a good advantage as other counties. She came South when she was a girl.
teed on all utits d thu un Hest Silver Thimble. Engraved, at lke boards in the State The whole Another thing, Mr. Editor. this lease only 22 years old, made her home with
& Co. Prices froyr$1 up 48 E W. Clark's at 40 cents. subject of by-laws was referred to a is far tlow the amount realized from relatives in Leon county, married there
tead the splendid showing made by Mr A. B Winn and Mr. Joe Trice, committee, which will report at the the State convicts. I do not censure and under the resistless fore of an
the State Savings Bank of 'rallahasoo'e naval stores men of Medart, were next regular meeting. the commissioners with any crooked- eironmet intensely he
In its annual statement published to- among their Tallahansee friends the The ard proceeded to elect two ness in this matter, but the transaction was transmuted into a daughter of the
day. last of t he week. vice-presidents to serve for the next shows had management, and 1, like soil in all her s mpathies, convictions
on t tht or Srtome candy on alet the art year. r S (hittenden was elect- other citizen of Florida, would like to and hopes. An so it is with all of us.
Don t o that T.ur rt. rd exhibitom candy on sale at the art first vice-president and Mr Ju- see eon county on the same basis of The point of view isthe inexorablemas-
e rtliu Homplet.. Iirschberg as second A part of her sister cut,,tie in ill thntrs ter of what we proudly conceive to be
A fine daiuhter arrived this morning tih s Hirctergs of a e Bonard of rade Yours e- V.'tes;i.tf'u. our independent and unbiased opinions:
Mean rs '. .Wil. ilasini, r Page to bless i.- horn' of Mr arind Mrs. Ar- were selected: (;, Lewis, I M 8. H WIEN;es. and if you and I dear read, had been
and , tRhodes, of Wolvlle, were h..ur Spil'. lively, F. 1C Gilmre th, er mem- ieThe minfrmatifon w,. could gather was bruht up in New England id passed
among their Tallahase' frienlr, lit. s Mr. Charlw' Nic'l, lon .-ft today for ier to be chosen at the next meeting to the effect that there were three bid-our lives in that environment, wowould
Ai ay. Quincy for a. few days Hei will return The Board Of Trade %ill meet next (ders for the Leon county convicts,. doubtless have bees good abotionists
'ry Duf' Non-Aloho Applhere for a few days next week and then T.esday night at 7.3 in the' City Hall. Messrs (. W. Rhodes. A onnelly, and lpublians forevermore, whilethe
.Juice, NA 1 nil park iing eve'r.a**.' leave for .acksonville, where h has A full attendanc- iA desired, as the by. and J. I. okins. Mr. hos be ew glnder to South
T. I Byrd ....''esred ;,w ood position with lari'- la.ws will Ii,. adpt.eli. and Iall standing ing the best hiddle.r at $,. he to as- during the youthi, at perio
it. Rev istholi W-ed will rk.- hs ru i r.ay0. cinitt,-' aplpintted, after which the sutme all eX.*nse. aftor conviction, thle of his life would ha vetoed on all the
annual Niitation ti pSt .JIop', 1imitih MIs -vIralk Keen returnrild Tihursdlay h,,'d will I)" fully ,(rganriie(d. comnis-,ionirs awarded him the con- questions which have divided the see-
two we'ks from r.xt Sntay.. F. 0. l i 'r s i tract. Tho commissioner had lyrvi- ions, with SouterOtllner's eves and
O.)dei',.r. now Aig.kn i l 'u & in xe viit t s HOME-MADE CATARRH CURE. ItaSlv ben a, visd Nv ttheir atttornv through Southern prejudices. The or-
dt T"owkor" (drly sergeant of the company of which
Co for S'>primL t< h l".liv-re- til her 1. l w,,, ad va>., l+f Sft S:turl i A f, t,'. ":;t r rlglht it homne, tll-th. at t il* ,a f this writer w.- a m emher during l
fore Ist. A liif p in for p ,.,r l wh,.r' h hI,,, Itt ,,, |I ii l r'.' ,',a u J Ls kinil ktui'.'i. Tit',' ,ld I th i '*i it y. civil w.r' was a youngg t in of iMas.-ai-
|>11 Wir hllll llt ,h h l'll '1"nt +' h 41'. <.'A, '" ',.,I,.l i.s givi.n t)o t fl. ', ;l, l '', l .. i f,',> .* il ;. r i,. ,. ( 'hu lts l ir h and parentage, of ;,Il
M r. A',,Ml-,%K,*',lat+w]1" '. h ,- N'lfav4,.lK,, MN iV4,)\ vi .2r stook. anti he waq a thlr-
t ip t h I'o 1,140 1 .))...I -1 1.. ii tv C !,the n u th i i a ,
tJi l t '' iis 'eo 1 ci derly' lrgeant of t
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Hay yu ,.n t ; brt I, 1f th l 1. "1.1, ttf 4 ... t th, .,t ,x ih. n t erud ate are at, W. For breakfast t m Eil .- e ,r
Still fi ry 'I l h.y t h- nlriOU4 m,.m rane, afnl Mr .e. \. l ,,nd ,n a IlMk, al an- Force. Noth"ili, r. 1 B. B rd & Co
fborld h litroy '0t ( I Ith.1 -t MIf- li,.t .i l. f -It ihl .i l an ,it' .... r ,r catarrh it., the result. ; r fr the .lJac onville I)Pvelolomi nt
myl, lt ,, 411,,lul, pl,,,, .I wh,, h ,' IC, it,' ,,, nli, ,,w M hF'rort,,'r.,ot'rh- and ,r, t, a it is th a't impatny. in ,hanF with M .or e Tnt
M r. F 1 hia line. ,t tl. ,.k ,nll h.te. aint w.. M,-thrl l la, tI pr -wrip lian (f an em intent c tarrh sp et Bernard .Jr., ut the dirm of 1.T. B -r-F or e
h ut ofrti t merlty, vtr1v "l a d'11 V w it mu1ch to th rtgret of h leg r aofcity. made a business trip of a few Modern tbvet,iEt A' ply No.
his fa ily toI, tthelpota lr frnds. uhserl i to The True i)emocrat. days to Q liny last week. W. Clinton st. 4..t
scriptioon elerk at theO I'lsi sI (' Iitv hiuar-
OitImacyI .i r lh. Q uw uarter0 *1* 4 1,
howes for '~' O 1w a11 ri ,ld In stA)k *
b w11 1t lull line of Kvnin ,
ipperR ju ree ved. 48
r. sMM My.rs hi a r il town into a
. a l^ l PitlIionI with one. o the laarge- UN OF RU I I
h .:W ill, c.lam o fT'Mlio GONE-BUT NOT FORGOTTEN-
i are wraIl at his great a oes. ,
oIs now V ti Hon. Fr ?l Myers
and Mr years, his paren.' s lter
4 and brot and hisl other ahagwee
Srelatlw i mi toffriendsareNpleasd INETEEN HUNDREDI AND SIX. with its appointments and disap-
to Wev him smong uP fil a few weeks
V . Mr. Richatrd Sarlett and wife. of pleasures and dlispleasures. Gone because we have passed the 1906 mile-
Ortnle Hill, came up Tuesdoll on a -
4 f the serious llnes tof Mr. Wil- x post. Not forgotten, because the hand of time has dealt both gently and
SMl, mf kilarlett's brother. C
Si. now losing a lfr, lot plentifutily with us.
Sand Styles. t mak And now, as we are just entering the race of 1907 as against our rec-
at 1V ets -.r ord of 1906, we wish to thank our friends sincerely for the liberal patronage
Mr. V..Sweets one of the ar given us during the past year. And in soliciting the pleasure of your fur-
S Gran nd their valued business, we wish to impress upon your mind that we are not
IV la te Iftd afterZ bar ***o ..s-*
nof o hd at Jacksonvtlle lost mindful of your interest, and this year we expect to put forth, if possible,
plildwt.l was greater and better efforts in way of giving better values and closer prices
arnn tow a no ine bthat e a >than ever before. When you buy from Duvol Bros.' Cash Store you can >
Mr. Joh A 1l1 formerly assistant rely on the Quality awd the Priee being right.'
on~t14 of two p 'ltal C ty Bmank. le, t
oddn'ldy for Atnta, wroh be til
the ,lutis of his ollee a*
1h '*(.'f'NA'Vio,'.s'r STORE WITH 1A REeORD.
fI belocatld ater *bruary lit 0
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JU U U1R us . iU ~
V M n VUSY Fn IUDAY MORNING.

*inMM l S WiS MPNSCEDiNTT
The Uve Oak Daily Democrat of the
11th says:
"If Governor Broward wants a prec-
edent to guide him in his disposition oi
Cooper, the convicted murderer in Ar-
cadia jail, what's the matter with the
Patrick case in New York? Neither
the juries, the courts, the ioard of
pardons, nor the Governor, have been
able to find a reasonable doubt of
Cooper's guilt that would justify them
in turning him loose, but there seems
t .1 - -_- -0 -...l :.t in


PIOMtNAD, CONCERT


ART EXHIBIT OF
Turne's Prints at Leoa Hotel Janao
ary 31st and February ad, Under
Asslmci of tha l Wumi's Ciu-


All, the World
is a stage, and Ballard's Snow Liniment
plays a most prominent part. It has
no superior for Rheumatism, stiff
joints, cuts, spraihs, and all pains.
Buy it, try it, and you will always use
it. Anybody who has used Ballard's
Snow Liniment is a living proof of what
it does. Buy a trial bottle. 25 cents,
A) cents and V1.00. All Druggists. *


S Art I9hibit bh Womaa's ClAb.
Some of Tallahassee's best mn- Art t WO Cl.
Sme1 of Ta wll h one ibte t m Everybody will be interested to know
sical artists will contribute to that the promenade concert and art ex*
the pleasure of the occasion. hi'.it to be given by the Woman's Club
will be held in the Leon Hotel January
A great treat is expected. 31 and February 1. Doors will he open
from 10 to 11 in the morning, 230 to 6
A W derftl HappenMing. in the afternoon, and 7 to 10 30 in the
A Wonderful Happening. evening. Admission, 2.1 and 10 cents.
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one This is a rare treat that should not be
of the most remarkable cases of heal-: missed.


to be Just the germ of a udoubti n the ing ever recorded. Amos r King, of -'- --
Governor's mind which prevents him that place. says: "Bucklen's Arnica The Charming Woman
from letting the death sentence of the Salve cured n sore on my leg with
fromwhich I had suffered over 0) years I is not necessarily one of perfect torm
court be executed. As no further legal am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to and features. Many a plain woman
steps are possible in the case, Cooper cure all sores, by all druggists 2c. who could never serve as an artist's
remains in jail under a suspended sen- model possesses those rare quality
e.. that all the world admires: neatness,
tence, waiting apparently on nothing in Mr. Ralph Cohen. of Jacksnivlh', ar- clear eyes, clean, smooth skin and that
particular, an anomaly in our criminal rived Wednesday and is spending it few s)rightliness of step and action that
annals, by no means calculated to in- lavs with relatives here accompany good health. A physically
crease pu ,scfrhe ic.nweak woman is never attractive, not
crease popular respect for the effiience Carrie Nation even to herself. Electric Bitters re-
of the law. The Patrick case present' <,crtaintlv smashed a hole in the bhar-! store weak women. v.ive strong nerves,
many similar features, and in that cas rooms of Kansas, but Ballard's ifore-, hriht eYes, smooth, velvety skin,
the Governor of New York cut the hound Syrup has smashed all records as beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at
Gordian knot by commuting the death a cure for coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza all druggists; 50c.
sentence to life imprisonment. As the aorton.dall Kauonawrises.: "I have never Wehaven't heard anything intimated,
Cooper cae now stands, that individual found a medicine that would cure ;t to see .1. Clifford R Foster, at present
seems likely to get life imprisonment cough so quickly as Ballard's ilo.- the efficient Adjutnt-Gneral of the
in jail, and to commute his sentence hound Syrup I have usd it for State, aspire to some hither official po-
would be to pull the law out of the bog years." All )ruggists. sition at the next election. General
where it is now stuck and inflict no Mr P'. (;. Russell, director of agen- Foste'r ha- served the State well as
worse punishment upon him than he is ies for Georgia and Florida of the Adjutant-(;enerml and has brought the
worse punishment upon him tan e Washington Life Insurancee Companyv troops tiup to a high state of efficiency.
now receiving. le taves Saturday for a few days in Thoiin- Hie is young, brilliant, has a clean ree-
Evidently there is no pressing -vill. ( a. ord. and would serve the people well in
Evidently there is no pressing any position which they may put him.
mand for a constitutional convention in Polk County Record.
Florda. Some tentative paragraphs Torture of Women. .. .
Florida. Some tentative paredinvra s It was a terrible torture that Mr lFiur dollars will py.v for the Jackson-
on the subject have appeared n v (;rti ,McI landn. ,o King's Mu,,nt.in, I' enivgM Metro|.olis until January,
papers, but they have not arou'td dis- N. C(.. d(,scrils ;, follows : "1I !uf- 1! IS 'The quicker you send in your
cussion. So far from wanting a new f%,red dreadful pt-riodical pain. au; il- na>m1' the m,,ore you will get for your
constitution, the people of Florida are came so weak I was givin tilto ol.. ,I, n a be'y it i sotn often you can get
so well pleased with the one theyv e' whn my h.isban got m Win, of (..- sch a bargaining a newspaper. Ad.
o well pleaed with ui. The first dos,' gave relief.' ki dr ,,Iss Carter & Russell Publishing Co.,
now that they refused to anier it at wth three |i,ttlhs I imh uI doini nv .i ack',.-onvillh. Fla. 44-tf
the last election. It is not a ,n- w rk I ann,,t siay n w in i.a ',f II .,, er'.. ('ream I' once and al-
t itution, nor new laws, that we ned.l. art inhi A w .uit.rf l r.;'it y f' ,Cr w ys T I y rd &V.a a
Enforcement of the stock alieadviy i "' ill s. \At dr ggist. $1 s .n I dt. h .
hand is the crying demand. live )ak Stolen. Dr. Arn sirWI willoy the city a
Democrat. 'wo ring -, -n, iz, a SWll"i th. r in d may Vi 'n at the Boxhamn
Inv", W141 it 28th. and ay I ne1111t theIt Hlox ha m


In a sketch of his life, writ ten for
the Home and Farm. of Louisvilli', th,,
veteran and well known a;gricuilttral
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I liafi fill. am i I I I v w li' r i I righlit Af I-E '
I hyst Lio'-ilreW:Lrd i fr n-ctt-ned tee14
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IHot.1 V 47-2t
Su, 'cri le for The True Dernocrat


writer, Waldo F. Brown, .i of xor,i '
Ohio, has this o say valait farmin: ,
*"I have always been enthusiasts on
the suhjec('t offarming, although always I \a P

which has geiatly interred with farm N eat P printing
work. I have never falter-el i thei -n ae- 9,C
thought that farming waw; cone o1 Ist -;
callings a main could follow, fr wi..., Creates a good impression among your
sometimes it is discouravinig and : dom is the means of acquirin,;g grI,':'t business prestige.
wealth, yet it always furnishes u .uul | f NOAT resrenaoN. r..O
employment anti a good living, aril f I EMNKATPINIG AT EONALrI s.
had my choice to make over aain I OOLLINS' JOB OFFICE.
should certainly be a farmer.

within four niihx :{f 'ilalht :so'. A4IL
Iress 1'. 0. I(ox :.11. t1.


Mardi


-Gr as


Pentsacola, Ia.,
"The Deep Water City."

Nothing But Fun and Frolic

Feb. 11th and 12th.
King Priscus arrives Monday Feb. 11th, and is re-
ceived by a great civic and military parade. and then his
subjects begin the fun and frolic.
Tuesday the 12th, masking and grandest pat ad e%'eer
seen. Thousands of dollars have been spent on the floats.
They are beautifully decorated in the most gorgeous colors.
This Mardi Gi as will be the best in Pensacola's histo-
ry, and WILL NOT be equaled in any other city.
Don't fail to spend Feb. 11th and 12th at Mardi Gras
in Pensacola. Everything will be cast aside to make you
have the best time of your life.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
44-6t



A NEW HOTEL !!!
V1


THE hOTEL


BREEZE


LOCATED AT 644 MONROE ST., SOUTH.


Dr. M. F. Gourley Propr. Talhhausee, Fla.

Open Day and Night. Rooms Neat and Clean. Table Supplied
with the Best the market affords.

iATkS: $1 PlU DAY, $5 PEI WEEK.
Meas. 35 CQuts. Lo~dgig. 35 Cents.
SPECIAL RATES TO MONTHLY BOARDERS.

RULES AT HOTEL BREEZE.

Eat plenty and sleep sound.
Pay your bills and take in the town.


P. 0R. ov. 154.


JULIA


PHON[ NO. 27J.


A. LEwis.


Massage, Manicuring, Shampooing, Singeing. Utility.

SCALP TRUATMENf A SPECIAL T.
Strictly Antiseptic.
TALL AASStI:, I IORIDA.


III PIHONI. ( A(I-S
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THE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF TALLAHASSEE.


IMPROVED POCKET SAVINGS BANK.
li; r t I : II it1,1; IIetI I .' e, I etI I ouliIik e IteoIhav~e oe na of these little imi-
r'eiI I I i I, 1Fe!1'i~i it,'s,' aafe victor mn. sk i -fic dinel f.? I t is so, arranged that
Y411 ;I 1'e -it I i IIt-'. o, 't -i ; li'r c, ? . It i itof it size' c-olivo lojeritiptocarry In the vest pocket
fit ;t c' I .l' (1\ei. ',' \ ooa i''c't e'tho ell Ilatilin to N~otpe drid iney. W e
I i I* C I *'l II fif '. 4 \ e no ',UIlot 11111lddel (wit e ne dollar and promise to
I it) \kI ..1 I lit iIirt 1:2\ Iit, I ect.iijt (cot ijitik '1 lese'Ilinrksatare d ii .., red to you
(,I'. %k jsjIi'd I :-, If -ee]'1 d Igo 1,iscc1 ls'1"\q F it-i f ow~re if Lb t&&ll agal% v illfit've y arat by sking care
tt ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ( (14 #iiL 1a, 2 rc i i~D t ) ;Ig twa a *'kn ' I it k
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tIe I'll; i ftC i. I? Sr -:~ ~ ~ii.4 n~a I, 6i ~ t ,ir s, lPut 1Fsic i *it ith fiatand it is .'arnilr mo m*in -
t i). le 'I lttti iot 41j l I' l 1 j1o -.-Ij 4' M4fln 'ilsar ii r it i~ujartlif. Inti-rest periods are
first ihays no .t nA ai i;,t,. 4 -t idr
Alele 4V At 1:1,11 ; 1-14- ~ ~q, I*~ ~ It A ill :144e1"111nt 4" l loe'infivil' yerars, (oM fwutid (M a ha.
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STATE SAVNIGS BANK, TALLAH


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W C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


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Text De... f. Jam. a- aI-at
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. i
BrATS or F IaWA.
Tall.. 111., Oct. illi. I
'he follkwinlis eit of the Test BeekA to b
ued a the. bai. of ti Ju. eMo ieattmon, 1W 7
Orthotraphy -Rld'. Word leamne, (2e.) May-
nrd, Merrill Co., New York.
Readlnr --Any standardd authr will answer.
Cmnritlkn MaxwelI I mith'. Writing in
Bl l. (7c. Amtel an Bok .Co.
Arithmettic-Milne' Standard 4.c ) American
look Co,.. Atlanta. OG.
Enrrlmh OGranmmer M.tralf's, (f0r'.) American
plook Company.
U. 14, HIsnry- Vield's (rammer School, (SI)
Amerlr'an Dxakh Coma4ny.
Florida HieatVry-Rfvard a Bennett. (A.r
Alrrrican H mk A l'r ,any astil lFairlanks.
G(Jerrajphy -k dway'a Natural Adlvanred.
(1.2ft Ameripan Hiii Company
Phymikalgy Caoenan'Fs Elme.e-ni Of. Wlv.) Tho
MeMillan Co. Atlanta.
'il ivil (uvrnmnt Y'usn (ivil .Govo.rnrrmft
of Vlorida and the IJnitr M tateo., (I) I 0. Pain
tar C0, I -iAnd, Vla.
Alerbra Mailne'. ih S chr Il, Is11 American
Doak Cmirr uany.
l'hyna'al erwfraphy Tarr's New. (,11 The M'-
Millan Coa Atlianta.
Thewry andI I'racUee o'(uroar of Htudie and
MetIvhdl of T'rehing by Prince, 176ar ) Ginn A (0,
Atlanta. (,
Thae bookI. may he had if mit t lwiak dealcrl ,in
the State, or from the publishehrl by Irutl. I Jst
paid. in re*eipt -( price.
Nj halnli fjr .ptmiw r.
I'tlea puhlimh in your olant r ,
Htate Siuperlntendent of Publ ina trurctitai
Discharge letice.
Y 'I'1. I. HIIHEBY GIVEN THAT sIX
n .fthn *ifter the ill.>*f the flrst piubla.-
tion hrwf I will pro-int l y final wroiuritn oi the
E1ounty Judal. of lion (i:urity. i'lrlda, iml *apgjly
for my disrharle an Aldmriistratolr o C [P. .i. aic.. aea.
A. M. MANNIN(.
Adilnaimt ratr.
1allhala6 ie, 'la.., Nov. t. lisW im
;Notic of DIlsstlutleo f Partershilp.
Notk" is he retby fiven that the partnerthi
hiretofore exilting hitween 11I. Grewary and It
D. Iurr. Jr., i. this day llsniaolveil, Mr. h urr with-
drawin r ron the businessi, whirh will hereaflerI
he conducted by Mr (Grerory, who will rolledt Ill
0a the account* arnd money owin to the A lr,
and who hereby annuame r pano ility for andl
will dierharse all dlebt anrd acrounts agrairet the
hortofonro exiimtin partnormhp,
TbhisMth day af Itecinnr, A D. IMl.
H L. (k. iRM1Y.
H. D 1)1 URK. Ji.

*"1iI.MWwA MtMWriiAlf...0
If your bmid is Impure, thin, dlmpaMd. hot cor
full of humorr, if you have hIlou l liouron, a rier.
earblunelak, eatinr iorew, w.rofalha e-'azrna. it,-h-
Ila., risings and bumps. wabbly. pimply skin,.
bowe pain, catarrh, rheinmatiiMm, or any Hkil
disease take Bota5cni liail Ialim (ll H. II.i
oi n all ereiN hel. arh.m anal pain. .t,, atol the
land hmadet pure alnd rich. )ruglni or ,by *-
1Im SI p Oe lr hottle,. Hamril fre liy wrtlnIn
Ehed Blem Co., Atlanta. ;a. II II. IN. I el-
ellly advimed for ahroici, ilwo-woteul ,i'amo, m it
cares after aIll ale fllls. 40-1 yr
In the Circuit Court of ilorihla, 2nd
Circuit Leon County In ('hincery
i, ttSmmona. <(mplailnant, v. Julluu Him-
iMtm, andalnt Hill for lDivore.-.
It havlin been mnde. to a*ppar lay the afflilavit
of th oWMleltor far the emowplalnant that the real-
l0 ed of the defendant Jullua HmiiMrntin is on-
etha. tht t thr lana perno m In th, Mtbt odr
n the Umewrvic a amf a nUkiMaina I|M- whoni
at mid -Id fldanl. and 'tha the aid
d ndnt Ile mv trhe tA e f tweruy-,a..
I a therIefore mi rted that the matkl al-flant.
Julit ia immons, be and he here by It retuiral it,
p- to a the ak i bill uf 'or nislainl It Moen ay,
tefurth day oe Marnth, t~r, and that thi urnl r
bh publiabhld ine a watk for light r loseiitiv,
wealia, In the True lmjnarat, a iM,'wm.tar pVu-
illbed in the rllty ot Tllaliam"ee. anll In il rtaiaty
and mit*te.
iltnioe. lH.nry T. Folkel. ('lik f ali Ci,,t ('itl
aa ithe meal tha.rif this ;tl lio y for I-eiilai'r., A
in. tr.
A Ir ,r liNhf Y 'T I" i F II
A rtrue proly At I-I l k if
lItNiHV T. Fr-l KIr.I..
44-s t klerk of ('Craitl ('rCilt.

in.the Circuit (Court, aif Florida,i 'I 2in
Circuit for loon County. In Chun-
gary.
LIall I tandolpih (7i4oi| daloph, Itefendlant 1111 for I Hvorr .
It havlnl IMen ma"d- tan e preaor ry thne afililavil
of Ob. eolieitlr of the -roamailalnant that theo reel.
dewuf the defendant ibram r.anailih I noIl In
r d but In Thomasvlll, (eiritla,. within th
UE s.IdIltl aand that there lea pro *ro n the
off mida the lrvie oif ians mulihieria upnl
whlm would hind tha Mid delfenlant anil Ihlt the
I d alfend nt il over twrnty-on t. ys ar. of age r.
I I t=wref urderfi that the -ml sodl feonliint
AIMlgaldoIph h. anld he'll hereloy rMlulrei to
WIM i rllin l un Munidy, the fourth day of Freb-.
UI,09. M "Ord"k pubise l** Me
S tn e udr ne i n ttdve w ln i In the Tru.
a newt Wpaper liulllmhil In ttie rity of
TNIlMl-, d In ild tiamnty anl Htlts..
itawh. enry T.Hea k.l,Wi trk of ,llI tCourk
the mIl themef thl s96th day of Ihtniwrmlr. A.
i(ALl IiiNavY rre1 KlI.,
C lerk (Ciruitt t'mirt
Atmro-uey AtteTt:
44 'erk I 'iratill < "ourt


AN I NAN(R pnimvidtng for makin hiulikl- *
lWtl md praIrllhinl a pewnlty ^
'_ .Tf.,.,,-, ,,, t n the of 0ity of
ahIt IH el, (Itrmolfn any hurktli, p(Mlng
orJllmu t turw. or amythlu Itl cIIIIh (a a i.
Illd~4 tlU) Iulld w tkT iHmmure.


City Clerk
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R. G. FERRELL,
(Successor to A. T. RoMlns)
1"" All Kinds of Fresh Meats.
action guarant'ed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
FIRST CLASS MEATS.
Ring up PI'cne No. 283.
Breakfast, Dinner an Siupper a Success when Ordering
Meats rom my Stall.


. SAULS,


P. (. HOX 210,


J. M. SAUL


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SAULS BROS.,
TALLAI ASSEE, FI.A.,


General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
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Established 1885.

J. T. BERNARD &SON,



R[AL [STATE AGENTS.


WE WANT YOU TO

LIST YOUR PROP-

HRTYWITH US.,. .

Office in Marine Bank Building,

103 S. Monroe St. Tallahassee. Florida.
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AN ORDINANCE


ANODI.NANCRr.wulrlnor all water e laet
ithimi certain lItit. t i, tm rminn tel with the W nyteen of the ity elf Talittannee. and pr-
I ln a a pi ltly foir the ue r lv Wa lh. rwh'l, i. i ll l
in muh limIt. untaerin'till with siih m.ln., M lroM
Blot oiailnmd by th#Cl ty Counril of the city I IIII IIo
ial abas In tIn o.I county. ilwiata
k11 lan I All water loh -at within the fItollow.--
W IItn that e Ia.it ay ittwen IPriasrola
ie an the Uth. Park avenue on the north,
a. ,hall. within ninety ayV frni the udate II uM. ,V ra V l*lI il l
approval of thie .sdlnaii-e. he. c.amna'ted 1| 1|
the __mlweee Iof NI. Ci). II a lch I
wIoest ll h=e d in a*.c.-nlma ce with the C ClaSl 0 .
wsrbim aof Chapter XXV of t h I aws arlt Ordil. E of maid lty. adoptePd JuM 14, INN. ^ leae pIse**e tb
2. AMy pur ueming any water urket
shall be ianconearted with sad sewe 1ra *" e 111
pi e. within aid lmit-a, after the expratton of
#d" dar ifrIm the date f approval of tkin or-
1mP. shall be Sfied Aut a. thanm se hundrJ
nlllr. or lmproenie not mie than thirty days. Ii
Passild the tity Counril on December j7. ISiM.
W M. M-INTlM01. Je,. I f II 1 1 A U 6 '
Presidet City m-'l B. C. W ILLI A MS :
Atlet- A H WIttiMA.C('ity Appruve.l le-ni',lr 1. GENERAL AGENT,-
F4 F c*. ioi.ori. M,.,r CHAIRES * LOOIDA.
For Rent. Don't Have Your
.V'urniihed or lnfumithed Kooms Cart Work BOT HE I)
kWee kwatin; corner Duval mt. and
ark avenue W D. WIL.ON. 4t 2t At the Mill.
bsare Il Mno I AM THEn
On andl after the Ipt of I .-mnitwr. TIM BER CART
alsited by Mrs. J. W. Button. I will
induct a first-clais boarding house atl A
he rstkdiMe* Just north of the Leon t W A *
ntel, on Monroe stret Everything I build them under
a.t Wand ren, ald the beat aceommo. (;raantee,hveblt
aitiom at fair rates. ( arantee-havebilt
.-tf M-I MATTIK WHATI.tY hundreds and build
more every day.
r h taS t atri For prices write
lFriencnh h lnall I nt at residence.
I uT e -We He Adkinson,

rian teacher. &WS. P. 0. Box 4,
MADA MiTalahassi. Florida.


IT WILL TAKE BUT A MUT e
to writeA li eratu. ye tat *a" auty *my Vi.i, Wi.

dMl rhpoblHty, as w6800Y.1
Rwember tht w d tllat eats ofb a'4 ot to
Decide to ester NOW-TODAY. Ahd*r


THE OEM SVSINBS COIw s taUhubm, P m&


Just th Correct, Thing


P. T. NICHOLSON


THE JEWELER


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New Constantine Hotel,


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.


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THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED!

GENERALLY REPAIRED!

NEW HOTEL FURNITURE!


The Very Best, Service at a


Reasonable Price.


FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.


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A Cup of WUIt Mses. r hee- LabIr
neca mb Java Cesfe
in what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride i
our brands, as they have made ow
store famous Just as good as the cot.
fee we sell are teas, which prieiple
holds good throughout our entire stee-.
We sell nothing but the bet of food
products those we have tested our*
selves, and so can stand by them.
J W. CoLLus, Groer.



L. C. YAEGER,


Debr Ps


Hardware,


' Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,
Carriages, Plumbing
and Plumbers


Engns


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MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN

HIGH GRADE MACHINERY.
Prices and Specifications Upon Request.
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ESTABLISHED 1886 CALL AT THE E8TASBUIHD 1886
01)D REL IAH LE

Undertaker and Funeril Director,

GEO. I. HOLME[SS. u c
TELEGRAPH ORDER WILL RE- DUNCAN
CEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Fa DU NC
Day or Night. Tallahassee, Fla. Pho*,* No. 4W


riWM Dmemd l~o
WATCH CASEL

AN A05?R"U53?Or
DIAMOND RiNGS, UROOCHOLS.


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GOLD LOCKZTS.

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STRAIGHTENED


WITHOUT PAI R OPERATION.


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OPERATIONS


THE SYSTEM.


THE EYES.
Vlb Defect.


Headache.


Cross Eyes.


Nervouai...


Conjunct4vitis.
Granulations.
Itching Eyes.
Watery Eyes.


Stomach Troubles.


Coilst-paton.


Epilepsy.


Piles.


Etc., Etc.


Etc., Etc.


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Laura Street,


Gc,
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Florida.


The above pictures show the results of a
Non-operative) Treatment in the case of Miss
were her eyes straightened, but she was cured


Some people
to wear glasses.
to the weakness
harm than good,


few months' Neurological (Drugless and
Lenore Sauls, of Tallahassee. Not only
of Epilepsy, Chlorosis and Enuresis,


! offer as an objection to this treatment for cross eyes that patients have
Ninety-nine per cent of all operative cases have to do likewise, owing
produced, saying nothing of the danger of the operation doing more
and possibly leaving the patient disfigured for life.


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j 0. CKLIM. Pubudwsher.
PruSIuID RVBY FRIDAY MORNING.






Neuralgia
and those sharp, shooting,
agonizing pains drive you
almost crazy, take Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills,
and get relief. They drive
out the pain by their
soothing effect upon the
nerves. When taken as di-
rected they are harmless,
and leave no bad after-ef-
feets. That's the reason
they are Ho popular with
all who use them. Your
dnriggist can tell you what
others in your lroality
think of them.
"1 do pottively think that Dr. Mils'
Antl-'afln Pills are the bh-t mdll'lne
evor put upon the market. I find
them an restful a nd w'othlrK, nnd
without any bad aftesr-.ff-i'te. I have
sufferd with n ,uralgla to that nmy
oyutem would Juint ach iindl qivuhr,
and I rnnot tiike oplatn: b it I ctnn
take thes t Inlet., ard l they Ilways
replitv me, No one thiat t iffer with
nturalga nTeed fTfar to he o them an
j know thoy will not form n tihilt, for
If there wea any oplat In them I could
not take them. Jiit one in thi morn-
Inr wlin I feel bian and I can do my
work ll fisxy "
MNi. W. H. iJURKEITT, Macon, (is.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills see sold by
ytur druggist. who will guarantee that
the first pskage will benefit. If it
fIllSi he will return your money
if dohe, 22 Cente. Naevr 0old In bulk.
Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind


flellaid News.
IIAoft.ovr from lant wwek. I1t h I
HOlI.ANI), FA Jan. 14, 19)6.
We are having some very nice
weather, but those that have not killed
their hogs are wishing for cold
weather.
We are having the most sickness now
thn we have had to experience in a
time.
Wr. and Mrs R L. Harvey had to
experience loosing their little baby
January 9. It had heen sck about
seven weeks with pneumomi. It was
about the age of fourteen months. It
left many friends to mourn its loss.
Mr. and Mrs. C B. Allen has a fine
girl at their home, weight about ten
Mr. and Mrs Falkner. of Ward, has
a fine ton-pound boy at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. J B Vause moved to
their new home. where they will live
for the coming year
Mr. illi Lee called on Miss ullie
Allen Sunday p. m. His mule got
loose and left him. causing him to have
to walk home about fourteen miles. I
know he enjoyed his trip after having
to walk home.
Mr. J. 0. Allen called on Miss M. A.
WilHams, at Mr. Barton's. HundaVyp.
m. Came hack to Mr. II. C. Aliens
and spent the night
Mev. Zed Riasell and wife was the
Oeat of Mr. and Mrs. McCollum Sun.
&r. T. J. Vauae called on Miss Flor-
rte Allen Sunday p. m
Mrs. Eurenta Bradshaw is spending a
few days with her sister and daughter
at Han. W. C. Allen's.
Mi Lila Harvey was the guest of
her Mster Saturday and Sur lay.
Mrs. R. L. Harvey was t.o' guest of
Mr. B. R. Chambers Punday last
Mins 1. N. Allen is spending a few
da- with Mrs C. B. Allen.
Mbo Carrie Cheater was the charm-
Ing get of Mrs. Henry Rudd Satur-
She has been spending two weeks
her sister, Mrs. C. J. Harvey
r. Barton Bradshaw, of Spring
Wl was down at Hon. WiV. C. Allen'Sa
y to see his sister who is very

GOT. Broward may not follow the
piunt In asking grants of unconsti-
Ml-al powers from the eIqgislaturo.
erdoes follow the prldent in his
i r preede- In hi willing-
t reviers e himself whenever an
S be gained thereby and in act-
1a if the power reserved under the
tauitieon could be exercised at will
E -ftul miv..lma Mokm ama


Ican make hims
I *y provokes a


I'M TUUT N ORM16.

Emuest WerI t fr e CompoaW.
Tuesday morning the Tallahassee
Volunteer Fire Company was calledout
to district twelve at about siz forty-
five o'clock. The residence of Judge
C. B. Parkhill. on North Calhoun street,
was the scene of the disaster. Judge
Parkhill discovered the fire and turned
in the alarm. The company, always
quick to respond, was laying the hose
and extinguishing the flames in a very
few minutes after the notification
When they arrived the kitchen was a
perfect mass of flames, and the dining
room was afire. The company deserves
a great amount of credit for their ex-
cellent and rapid work in extinguishing
the flames and having the building, as
it seemed almostehopelessly gone when
they got there. The kitchen was
burned down, and the dining room
badly ournt, but other than this no
damage was done
Tallahasmee has a tire company of
which wv may well be proud and
grateful, and we may feet compara-
tively secure from destruction of our
property by flame.i. Our company has
already, and deservedly so, secured for
us much better fire insurance rates,
and deserves hearty commendation by
all good citizens.
AkWA SIATIM"T

S fA1lISAVINGS BANK
I I OPF TA LLA HAMIFr..%,

In rompilan with Hect on Sof the Oeneral
Statutes of to0 Stat. of the following
Statement of the Conditloif the State Having.
Hank of Tai asse. oFl at the close of bul-
seeo0. Janue i1s. lW,7. published In the Weekly
Truei Lemtne t. a new aper printed In the City
of Tallahan Coun of IMon. Florida:
/ .ioI RCe .S


am h (on hi
Ie from
Ian. and
hrlnd --C-
IReal E
To.til


nall Bank%
(Punta
antid Railroadwl


L.A fiI. ITIF:S.


:11.Ooo (00
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22.5%s.) 001


I'ailLal Stock paid in $ 12,00 00)
(Indvvdll Interent., I,444 09
' lu e
lh.ldtHIe 3:IM,41 70
Total W4.,OH 7,
I. H. C Whitfleld. Cashier of the above named
harik. do solemnly swear that the aboe atate-
mnent is true to the bent of my knowledge and be.
h*f. .B. C. WHITFIEILD,
('Cahir.


STATI Op fI)OSIDA,'
(Cunty of I%)n. t
Hworn to and subncribed before me thin 22d day
of January.IW. S QUARTERMAN,
I NoAIl Notary IPublie.
Natice Ltqs1attoe.
Notice is hereby st tat steekholder owning
more than two- of the lteek of the Mernan-
tile Ezeh Ma e kJus w ie lt the oaid eor-
cantile xeane Ik so iq MidattoM ao d be
closed. Temetdi or tf-tId Mercantile Ex-
chanse bank are rot .d that the .aid
tank is eltaen e ul eIS and UWt arer ulred
to present tbdr bm #jlnat the Mecantile Ex-
chane fok t Lt.
B oder of t of Directore.
(&=I:~ / W. r. COACHMAN.
Attest.
AnTNIIn F. Passy. Secretary. 4-9t
It may be useful to readers to be in-
formed that no newspaper is supposed
to approve of every extract it makes
from the columns of other papers as to
the sentiments expressed or to vouch
for the truth of the statements therein
made. A spirit of fair play may lead
a newspaper to republish remarks
which controvert the position it has it-
self taken on public questions This
simply because it is an avenue of infor-
mation to the public and the fact that
some other newspapers take a different
view of public affairs or public persons
from those it holds itself is in the na-
ture of information; that is, of news.
Nor, if it chooses not to republish such
paragraphs Is it anybody's business but
its own. It is a "free agent" in such
matters. Times-Union


NRS SARAH JsWINORON


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Which are You Paying For?
The Big Load or the Little Load.
If you have an ordinary heater you are buying the big load of soft coal
where the small load would be sufficient .fuel to produce the same
amount of heat in the
WILSON HEATER.
The celebrated Hot Blast Down-Draft in the Wilson produces perfect
combustion and the burnable fumes which escape in other heaters are
consumed in the Wilson, so that every shovelful of coal in
the Wilson Heater will produce 40 per cent more heat than
the same amount of coal in other heaters.
No one likes to waste money-why throw away 40o per
I. cent on every dollar you spend for fuel

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Also the largest line of 10c to 25c NOVELTIES ever offered.
Souvenir Glassware is something handsome. Give us a call and see what


Our stock of Fine
we have to offer.


GILMORE & DAVIS CO., (Inc.)


JeHf. D. Ferre, F.C. C O L ES

WHEEL WHRI6T and LACAKSMITH. _..Z.- 0 /,- Yr 0%0_I


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


A portion of the public
patronage I solicited
and satisfaction guaran*
teed.

Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-I
ing, it will pay you to se4e -
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

BEST and

SHEB PES7
('an be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

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


%*uITwuu Un r % r wr muw
YW"S OKOCEYaff O FR@Wff-GOODSAT THE "WSW UVU
pIoMIS


Prompt Delivery.


Telephone g .


@1. we Gomm&


wM. OtIk


Cld Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.


5~ a SpuM La'sshed.AN Weftof bWIMPOW
M" -nwm mmos@g to a*I ateo m "Spe ughoob
m- omw "- --- all khins atof ismel omo
-~aM& Wem ,porch saturnof..m
~b em _a"tomded OW46 as 49omf w


W 'o'f t% a am. we m e&. ma-sm ats...a..... as t

Cream Vermifuge e- ri u .-



WORM old Kemmer Liverv Stables.
ymw S,


Ou'hm R0 M1s- *arah .J. WIndr of Chicagob
wit 5acerwiBMeW- cousin of Zahary Taylor. twelfth
Smile. -Time-Un- present of the t'nlterl states and
.raadnleee of Al-icn1ler Hamilton.
w* lat R Blake vho signed the beclaratlon oft Inde
me of people to pemesoe. says:
Sof "Viool Is a a godsend to old people.
SI am 70 years old, but have a hearty
sa f pptelte, sleep soundly, aad feel aso
Uv aind well to lay, thanks to VIool.
Whe I was youtan eod liver ol was
dlma tep ed In a mgreay, unpalatable
,era nad it farly gand Ime to get
Ite dowU. Vil Is entirely diatereat,
s er palatable sad mourlailag to IB-
ii Iporaed blood. It Is the eate
to andU4 streagth creator I a vr
Si a real cod liver prpar
tb wlo tim te embae oil a
SImattedcaad too" 1M Aed.
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C, H. SHOEMAKER. Propr.

Under New Management.
EVERY THING ON WHEELS. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.
GOOD PROMPT. EFFICIENT 8ERVICl.
OEPN ALL HOURS., TELEPHONE NI0.3

SAVED!!
0S per eib of yr h*s et $ by .bsvbg
A. R. S. TWINE
Repair nr o*t" sad "emsr First Clog WAek. adaets guam
aAs woe mies". i ns .Su wtm with my A m th

NEW YORK CLEANING AND 1PR ING P

ilt". 4 375.
M N 0 DOOR TO HPINCKNETS R tMA .


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REMEDY
TMl SWS FAUpMT TONIC.

BsaIeSemw LIUInt Co.
*W. *1Le, MNO.
FOR SALK BY HARDE-SMITH CO.


BRClIKI BRICK11 BRCIKIII

$7.5O0F.-0. B. Depot

$8.0 delvered In city

GILMORB & DAVIS CO.,
Tallesame, Fla.


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The. tTo to ala at to studying tt
rm qwL v S Ha rris o. beautie Of atiaW a 1 the Ume with


o t te believe themselves-to

tat the le5 ey can derlv a

tAdit sa Menat. certainn pleasure from wide prospects

amoatteep gorgesigreat tall of water-all
St' the things that are sulpoied to be pie-
i nMWa. m turesque. But, though this Is all very
Stna. H T NWi s24CtdY well as far as it goes, It Is a very ele-
AL. ManuaryMA. mentary kind of tblug. The perception
SFE L.W of ftitch I TlMt 1 Rn pereIptlio 'W htr
A true copy. i can be fed In the nfmolt familllar seene.
Crtt-HKNY T.F .Lurt. 4 In'I te shortest stroll, (even in ai motmen-
f r a ar tary glance from nt window. Thie thinics
All former pati are requested to to look out for are little 'neiel.ntze of
e notice that, r. Ar stro, of light nd color, little effrets of hiaunce
eksonville, will Tallalasseel
ofessionally on a ary 28thi, and Igrouplinli, the transfiguration .if tonm
y be seen at the oxham Hotel. well known and even t'oilinonilplat., oh.
47.-2t jeet, stich !IS Is lrliir(lueit liy the sauitli
Pecn Treea or Sa butrt into grt'ennes o tilt' itr'ts tatiit
Fine, 1 and 2 yea e ingl Pecan peer over fmine M Lnurhlan IarItlun w}ll
eed, apply to, 0,' , G. G.Gibbs. or ht the sunl'' t filli IA h",;'.Y
tallahassee, Fla. 4stf 1ac1,ihltnt on lpoi(i r til 'i'W1" Cornhill.
MWhy Why the Hlorne llerdsm the Birler.
should your hahbv .'siler" ? WVhen he is Al iiiter'tOlik n'g plirt r't-'g inll" Ii'l
t etful and restless, don't .,xioerinlent lev.l, intuit it,' lt' itl'.t sI t ,' in
n him and use any ohll thing your
iighbor recomtmends. Ihli a bottle of hors, \was ui:t, it y :i Cnillite', of
hite's (Cri'.amn Vermifuge, greatest tIGr'umiillt zoologists :1iil hitan iniis. Til,
lown worm medicine and cuie for all report ,"::y: flith. ivl't, : ii i*- tto
atildren's diseases. It is mild in its the nIlsic;,il so.ins, f of' 1--'< liltv' shliw vn
nation, builds up the systern, makes that that sen-', 1 s vtery poorly develo|p-
in puny babies fat. Mrs. J. C. ed In these inlimali. It has In.en iprov
ith, Tampa, Fla., writes : "My ed beyond doul it that horses la:if no
by was thin and dickly, could not re- uotion whatever of keeping tilin to
tin its food and cripd all night. Iusfd nusti, ainil that nt uirise's they do
Re bottle of Whits (Cream Vermifuge nt llili.,e lt'I,.'l,; l it ,, the ti,,.h ill
ld in a few days baby was laughing, t a to tee tu '
Sappy and w.ll." All druggists. that thIom mIllil's lihve to kee tp li
'icorldilhg to the ti'tA i of the' aftitiiiil1
F(Ol RENT. **Othier i'iv stl gatli i .i' shlo,\ th:at
A Five room co.ti'ie on t'linturi Stru'.t borsr( dio not understnnd nmillltnry
llA l it iern confegieni cs .. Apple1 to tri unlet signal. It i, only il,. rhi. l'r
Mi.-s J1. C. Megminti 46 1 it r tI,, itiinl,: s i,.-t a,.' i itil
P iwalag a Ituink nlu.olt. \v1iih luillhls '- h t.-i. t' i';l.ik' tit'
Thle 1puw tlhg of thlt' ,l.i ring t'lig mli l ivio< rel' uli'etl y I hli3 'lei l, llut nlo
become a pathetic eoinmopliunc' to hiinr" wlithlit a tilor, hlowevir tna'e-
those Iwho IrI-e'It i tli r w i' h V pli court itiid (tit'ri' eutirt Sliri-'< or tl('. of a triitnp')(t ,liitln. ;ltl tlhe sillni.
W ith tho' p! i,;it e p>lls' i. i ,< ltli, l lfi o s rva ii',n liors ]lbrr tl l,' oiln largi,
thie d i-..r i ,1 ini'lI iis without
But We ( mill,.- thallt wit h t7 \V,,vt rhh, r.s."
ter Ui:]gistr tc a \t l\ t \- wit1 --
heard before of pIfwnhiitr lh>It 'ul>il: -', ,e-enrof of nrl tniinlwln.
e't Oil ( X lwl't lI \VIt:'\ \;:'-;N r*1. \l tilrii It 11:, S tilll.' iV 1 l li 1| : ll .l I I 1' h, |
elit.ite, I b.\ p ,li,' ilii |i.r.\ i if Inti i 'l 'i ,Tr h :,l : n I- lini ah 'lr ri lnging th,'
that this Is not uit all no hII i 1iliiual prai hits that called thel g lIly to churtiinL.
tice. In the vast majority of cases It "Bell ringing is a since. Did you
would l''in to lit' in-J I hi i,'r r it l tol i k io thatt" hli snill "It Is <(:ill l
draw oil the ba k );>l. tiiitalt ra'tl r til h11ill ini o !I P tiI'|) Intl ll, ito re :11"i l trito'lq
borrow on el t strhe'grli tlhi o it t'riitii t ,i' 1 n! l to I, 'ilinil tlrrl'i I i. I'o, l,'lt
pa vninhhop). Dlut one of ii llite itril'lrtui il e' ','Ie l ie h,' 'ShIltelani ni <'i'11ll" .' '*l)1hlnll
possibilities of t li tIrI, rm 'i is r- v .ie'l 'olrt oin i .h' ',loiil(1'4.' '*i ,il-' :titI *'tin-
In the particular c.a-t. ai'iihii',n lo aat g t'".' I::i W estfiullnster. A pii tur'll ii' i'f.u nie t kll; r, k vrtain plh;i.-.,' ri i iil orf ti ll ringing
wishlung to withdraw kt3 'ruiuma thi. Iaitlk, In Englaud there Is a s,-ithly, the eou M not uid bhis bank book anl then tral Councll of Bell Ringxer., that every


learned lthat his wife luaid 14 't'0li Ii ttlliirL
the book In anuil out o1' pan% ii for tltlit
years, ihauling borrow'ii-eI 7 10-. ii it
the first tiliO, antid of e',tili- -lil ii:*l
been paying l inturhi l on li r \ :i'inli
tran t4a tion .- Ii noii 'll MAill <.a
sette.


! ':ul il,:'ultl eghi l ti e'-,ilr'i' :il elaltly" tO hI '-
loi it M nyl I i th iii l't li, i r inti'l hi
|y witnil ,.' ]ill you ,niw w lih il ali ;, l
II' ":l, Iiil rili ri'-' ll lilA ilit'I is Ia
rie-Is o f '.i:.i i i. ul ii l-.n ru'iliK ilple n 1I
u-hinin', lino <'i ll ,i iirt'illg m ore ti l ii
'>n<''."- N "w YorIi I'Tr'(


Roblnon ('raisoe. leoeomlt. Lildre's N'amea In England.
When thli aiirvelrIe P Iboy Iipends the de Th i vlear of Mtllinry. It hyshir.
lighted hours of litniigaiitive yonith In writt Ill his pliirish niiiizii'w. A hi ni
devouring thi pligw of "IesbclliOlti ('ru. ilrel minl hi lrty-eight haptisins, iniid I
soe" be lias. like, most jieople of more have' lnoti yet had a 'nralnh Jane' itlat
MaRture years. lio Ildeaii that hle is pels-M. delighiful, iold fashioneiid linitle:"
Ing .1 worik of profound philosophy Allilsedol, asl he a1l,. liy th" l vI'iar's
written by one of the greatest political mad wall. a parlihilontir riiplit t tthe
thinkers of the 'Enrlish speaking race. vltr, saying t1e' teii-e1-i is llt fir tIll
Taken with a knowsdg oi. p e (actsa seek. Thlie custow uf the par'i'ts re-
of the career of De Poe, "Roblimon siding In these parts I. to ntitstiilt with
Crnuoe" can properly he contlder'l a their l'iilmbnhet re'aritliig ihe chole't
story hite'ndedl to )llustrute thI l- hey of thi upme for the ,ffsTpring.
burden of trou1hileo placed I uol anlly *in- The Aftulral onseiuin'ites Il tha:, till
gle lindivlIu.llI isolaitedI from lii fellows ehlltlrlitr born lon ii :iin il.v ::re. ,.ill
and compelledl to muiuntauuit exist. ed talttL'r the salt. T'hluts i grl hI rn ou
ence withiiut thefIr nlil. Thel tale showl s St. f Anr( 't day w .rnh In J iU illii (i lt'l l W i %%-; i tlw till l 'iviliz.d e ;'tori ii: a mid i o ,ti i ,, t1 i"#'t '', Il it'
rien lu'' i'tr, i e.lii il. Ih0',;inil i j dti I '*! illnr ilc :, ain,, .,i t I .ll. ,ih.lli
froni tlil ll.)it iof \I,-*. ihe l ii lit i of Il'\prlii
' tie iosl 1,,101y pril W,,rlK ,f fr '* ,.
^ V W 'lt(ll bi i uimlis tll 1 1 .i. i 1 0I' ; i :i f*el il" "" "** l im l.
I it'i ilit<,-i' 4t ti ail lih dil '- iui i I' ,1 ,ii'0tl ese1" : i, .lii I in ,0t, i.'L ..\ ;i
toll ,i.i 11i h'i ln vN H ilt .4 1. I I l i. t: i til i' '.ifitli in it .. i iitl.t i
'atsuol 'sl .1 :::, in iithr .i; n o, oi i i., *..I it f, '.1 lIthire'


Illel 'rldeni I'lher Wa'n.
1' In Is "l'Hi l' i' t, ,li f i 'gVir inlin"
General liat!n % II. \tinurv. tills of an
6..Id indy IIn F'r-lrlkklitiirt who wans
W reducedd to taklug in iboarIiirm in order
-.1o nlial.e' I|th ,i4nits i S lon of ptt4eulilir strt'4 tlie' larder wans
so empty hint Ill' g0ood Indly took to her
bed nd nilsltminiond her servant. "Nan-
cy." she sahn, th'rce's nothing In the


N ol l: I. Ill' i h' ow l, 'll t t1i I II '. tI.T.

t r!i< "t .S l'. lhi. li ll l tivt \ ill <'at

one. 'h'* ol'h-cOiion 1 the eel 4I aihl to
It' tb:loaod oti is serrt.iit like uIppenvr'i u
ulitl the fa't that It Is not loTvrfastil-l
Oil- I < I 11 I I':tt It f'...' enil I 'lil- of
chli',) s *-# 'I fr t' ht' lI.,'l .<' i r 'w iorl t laru-
taki:. filotl n I 'I t rt'i ili;itt ;r t e i t oli-
sp;. mi'l.-% frre foms \wai4e


"A 41 L f PibWs1*min *e-
.One of the sanf of stories of
false Imprisonment comes from Prance
A woman was sentenced to Imprison-
me Ar Wm Mtf fee ha caused the
death of her husband and brother. The
thpe.m.d oired together at Malaunay,
Souven; In a cottage, the lower
r w h was l ied as a wine
ahp.' WVheo, the woman was sent to
prison other people took the wI e shop.
' 4MSthe O own im ffedg e, the man


from fainting fits, his wife from nan-
sea, from which she died. Another
couple tried their fortune, hut they.
too, were overcomee by the "sim'll of the
.accursed place," as they tholu,ght It.
SThey were subject to. titinig mind loso
of memory. At last a scientiiti ex'ainl-
Ination of thlt prolmses wias iihe'.
Then It was found that ndjoiniiig the
Inn waits a ilin' kiln. In the wall ,livid-
ling It frou thlie cottage were many flis-
sui-res. so tlhait whenitevr lime was burntit
iiinlnxidlt olf li'lioti est-ale'd into thlt
'ilii. '1'ls was th11 lsecre't ofl thlt deaths
for whiichl *'I wmaonin w u -nuffrllill,
She \%-ii I, liotiglit out of pri-On ill f
six y elis of S'rviuliie.


A Doctor of the Old Nt'hiol.
]'Oltl'r wl s \ iii d'i tor. ti genitlill0, inl pi
s %\\fil! r0 1'd cftu'0tiiitry pi).1siiciAili of
the' gray haired tclas of liour oldest
school. ll niutlihr wore klli gl .ivs itnor
pini ti<'iqtd In thiel. ii lls patiiitv s either
lI:Il to 14t well or dit, w, h ll no lolt'r-
lig iln thlt wIIay. li felt Ill' |liulsi, with
olie hailnd and lpolured cuiisNr oil with
the other.
"'ut your trust lu caistior" Wras fit
their's w eed,. nnd he lived it and ildl-
miliilistOril It.
Castor till w;is huit>h him diguinoser antl
lill curer. Ill' gave it any way. If It
wom'-ked. l, we'l i good; If inot. Io;' If.-i"i
sti i other hilbricul t or el- iiauhminlls-
I'o-rtl lllterail tdl, -ms tof lieorle i-entrgetie'
e ionc4ictiois. "I'licr r e '. ro lii nllk ainl
watrli' ilixtiie',i- in Ihis itl-edhini e.ilse.
Itut castor oil lir-it: inai tor oil. thei di-
eas seeoklug 'hoact'aer of everything with-
il Its le ii'h. iinait ly t lie t r' ':ie t itl iltl
sito)uIi it rI'(.a: li i illo1 ill \ ,f '\ lhlii g.-
"'tliitiplia ll." I-y .\' 1N ,"o i\\ l ir..Ir.

Whenii Is Olk IH'tlnreel l.ul.
Illt ti e, lirlty i,> of tlir ht i -il hiiry,.
whon illuilnathing gas was first used in
L.ull,11ii. tielitin'llis i o. pleth i:llktI l of thil
i;;iiI l' (ifrs l" .iIsuiT .,l tion atint o1 f '.xplox
Sloi(1, to i. hili% lhv g i,. li i i wasi still
Imperftc-tly priltietd, exiose'i the itlll-
z7nu'i St'liu ntlts t4onfirmnid theae' titssr
iliio s. am il ill tiIlrl-t gasal'leters leriilite
In Ioia i''ll 11y ;iia tti el ht, ih. ali ii ah, l-a-li'l null o i llil,1 it N i t, l m I hI it
tih lpthir( llit t liin worked a n woultt vc
tli to lIlhlivt h ,-i 14ais Je' ts whil i h lihat-
l ioti lila iei on t ,411) t minste r illarl' i
I utll 'lsIts( ,>,ii' o iu'i ;itlia itchlli d'lfll. ti. \

j thin burners witl hln own balixif. On
n.Inothlr i' n-lnon before nt O1lWnitlep of
ti, t loyal ..th rirttl if I,ondo.ii Ih lnrd
a: li c In the >:A holllmr nlil ill a liat-.
iI i, il ig to it, to iiri. to l i t i c al ii oll i







lake' I a I part,1t y f I 1llti'e1 t ai wllnh i 4
1iti 1p ctaiiorst liu t withlat illu-ins i the
sl itlit' t t rii'ofidiiet. ;riaiduall. u il i eyef
'\rn ol r ilh most prju'inilt \w ir' open-
<'il t< the trills.

A l it'm alnl ier lriteln li.
I was riiing row l Ta lk' I a part' y of Illhiians aallia, was-i1
tIll I 111a11'i s t l'br,'iek ihti stli'lt rs S 01t
I flh, spirits of tIhe |||;l'! would I of
frntihd, ia'y a womaini writer in thr,
linlidini 1,'rlin r. It wVIs a calmi clonli
lt'i i4.1i :ti l the <'iti,"<' slI' tl Ilk illn Irl
ro\\ Inin'r s tin' iiI. h m ll h watl's. ?mlti
denly. when In the nmiddlldle of the lanke.
I t'i'riuiiin.'il to pi rl\iw to tlhise i s.iillile
folk tlie floll. of tlh ih ',.li-,f. So 1 lifl,'.I
Up ill, 'my v e 1 ili \ \. Ii r h *t %,I h'
( \, i 't li'e f th" I I, '1I'lT l i l l ;iiI
\v r ,, lilhl l W\ t I ll\ il-! l l 1 I. 'it. h1,
I Mttre'l no wort, Inl, iarnlilntig tivery
.';" I' i\\ I fil o l I l i l\\' li si ?.;' lr i
Ci A. 1 irh< I 1 ,, F, i., l l i i .. f .1 il,,I
I l i:,i ii lll i llie.-d I ti!l I Li- I lt. l -r of l lit
S i 1 '. i lit 'I l. I,
i '*11" t lo \\ 0' 1' I'. ll ', I I k
lil (I lIll O holt Ih Ili 1 I to .i ."


N ts, lis e ,li,,e liI .l..-e .
il I .i. 1 -Il I I,, I .1-Uli '- i ,
Ilea i o iiln a ilw p- ii o, -t- I, Airy hitn
thl'i will iw no nli, ..n l an iaul if ilh
boh' ,, i (Idie ,t.ml. I'or Ihlis reisoli alll
t lii iiiel Ielit 1i gi 4 '1i toi miiei'al
,o lh ,. .\lhoUL lu!i r| ,i',0 lior,,1 th.Ill
uI e'" ii ii.li, ..*' , ; u is i (< I tiuiui0
S41iit0"s. nIot on14, I ,- op| ration ll .ill w
.ihrsey be- .au- I, l--'iM of the lbu-
witaRn body Is pr'ohIbited by Iqa in that
stilti s.


touse for ny boarders to eat except Iei. First latillsllen. -- -.. -
munh. But give them that. If they are alloww did you ind out you (otml4i The Cres.tmltate.
Christians they will necept In res gna- draw?%t" inquired the adinltrer iof the eel I 'Two debutantes were lunching at a
tion #nd thankfulness. And if they are elrated Illustrator. tall'l, by a window.
not Christians It li a deal too good fqr "f**y the marks I rec"l'd In Ihebool "I've lt. en wondtlerng all day." said
. -*.r" for the excellence and fidelity of my the blond, "why you weren't Invited to
1 mee YeT9 r ews iasi r* work." replied the eminent one. "My the Smltb-fladtbh'."
Tou have a disagreeable dty to do work was a caricature of my beloved The brunette. with a sweet, clear
at 12 o'clock. Do not bselakeb and 10 tS5 tO Me bla rd 534 te *Isugh, reptled
and 11 and all between with the colo marks came from the teacher's cane." "And I've letw wondering all day.
of 12. Do the work of each and reap -Cleveland Plain Dealer. dear. why you were."-St. Louls Globe-
yow reward It peace, s wbe th Democra.
,a0 1 Ib S ftw, e-bm A ..._._
i n shat Ie It it iDo't be too eatious to get a boa- Juot N e
Sthe I that willt bn" aM the we matro. "Do't A arAlete= on the milk sp O
mIts ii-Ms-Ow ,MceDeaMl. P u-ad I tmat ter ime." lirge ip t the BritIsh Medlel Jr-
I" IThk I heauM ust sit dow atd al eatOl this remarkable p aeO :


15 aheett iaied iOfb- .we waml fta emewt a after yela get odm o wh rm wbie.
Wemew he lgso" esebin."


ev


mlllmser armlpanm.
one-Are you c,'r'tain that you love
the girl? Tuther-'ertaIln'. Why, I
can't aleep of nignts for thinking about
her. OnD-I et the am e *ffet bM
my tallor's bhillsl.-New Yorker.

The War *t om* eee.
SBccwee In industrial budalsa nows.
days Is m Ieapl* as a fairy tato. t'l
young ne n must a4d out bow to M
the drago-te drage of et ipM9 bM
-saturty 3veal a t ,-t
-7 I


wo wOW


Ourse" 3sPeN AUl 9el M* e
There were curea for drunkenness In
the early days of this country, and
from thin account In the New York
Gaaette of May 7, 1772, we are tohl of
a treatment that cured one patient ihe-
yowld all possible question: "On Suaur.
day last Mr. Montainny's uegro man,
who had misbehaved hiltse'lf iand was
a remarkable drunkiard. w ,sent to
Bridlewell and underwent tIl:, lrst;ial di-
elplilne of the houe for viz. a plentiful dose of waruii w;:it'r ati nd
stilt to operate ais tul e'nitit'' antil ofI
lalmp nl l its a purg. Ilin proportionn tl
thie constitution of tihe .pat:ent. it f
these lihe took about three quarts otf the1
one and twit a1nd aii half sipintifulhi4 of
th otliher: also at gill of N,%w .E:naglaIl
runi. whtcb operated very powerfully.
atrIl'lled with a violent su-iklt'- .s wlichl
l, ...~, W t i nllli to, l t downl-. andit lil tw
S .ln1l li at Itillt h i' was 1;> r )';l- ;
beo lv'id. lit' olie of 4 xc.- si'-lv' iilriink-
ii)g. '-ooilp rulingg will klir-.,p ,; anl4
l tilei,'lne. .11r. iolll .. Ill, ,|thtet or.
was illlnnocent of his ti llii l I"

WoV n 111 ll Proni siollitii.
I l:r DIuke of 4 :lirri'' ;ilfim ard
: L'!llliatil 1 ". mil', r',c i\ l ;i 1 v 'ry
:;' ; r I it l 1 tl ti4' iil f \\ l 'liI
t, *1, in very good pinl 1l> \\,I v!-
it nI Illort n tnll llt llh i -h J'l ill 1n'
!TIl '. till, ri w hl u ll II liti l ,-ll- I T'i ll. it l i '
guii>' 1r lh, "'.1\,li f illirs" 1\\ ail
ligga ri<*'to I ntll ii 't l i'111' ii; ltlt \%11o
i.u14l :1\ 'il l il for prlonl ioni l lllany v ,ia%:ri
'iM v ainl. lie lin d llll'iv pi-i' l 11114 1i for-
gotwl A ll tills l iani re' ol Iis1 h hat
t iili ito ulti'royalty tll- liukv o olit -r''it
Sitalt he was Ia:ld and wt ii ni-tinigly,
"I %:,e,Il m y fri' i l, li, th y ul 11 I:1\4I -li t
m pairfd yoiir Ilo r II n li ,3 r ,,,rins ry's
nrvice."
"l\'li y. yi111i ru1n l liigihnll. -' \ .-' t-ilh
utliiIk i n r', "i 's :1 \a V ii ,'Iamn I i:i\1
ttlly holl ftflt. fnr 'o mTint1y tyitni f1'el
lom\ I1:1v'' sitvilpeld 1\ r l, y 111 "il '.; l "
'11T .' Itsllll l it l ,el :llua l i lldia t' li t in-
I,''h, i.n. ,f tI 'h I1. 1. i but i ait f \t'w Itys '
Iiltehatta-ila'M ulll foi[: dll. Ira a ll lip
Illl.s I'or u'IOthat' gllr'qt lre'nri\ l knoi rtp


The MeIaiione, f Inn.
-An 1114 1 1 t ii ourfilei i "k' O1.'. \n I ii I f1ih 1
Ic 1 ti ':\o I 1 i' 1 t itton t I 'rai ne''. M archli
]1t It .wllo\ iIT l \\ it l w ni r hi 110 \ 'it i
i tall, well fnorni l inut, wllth all alive t'r.
igt skI llt mle 11 fIlal :it. 'r of l ih liltyv
Itn t e' i, '.r, '- 'I'lli, ai tiu. o ,f fii sktl
'eti', lilown V e s il pt 4 iM i i li 'e it ~i
ut ldoallteu IaIi uaioneae ii re ihorlcatldi
wih lliogte, of tlie cnve hlion 'tri henr
tllil, ollh r ,xtt'l .t illllikl A 1l tlih
hoie-. Wlre in |iepace, l irra iiilt ilh li%
ln1 liiit ,slitiiinl.i1s iiid ti 'l -n:iii. of
nimi il-wli whihh tihe i inii probably i li:n
killftl. 'l'v l.ri l-two perforait il 'i ill.
wliilh iail a hli\e fori n til a hinplrie. l.i)
1\ il.s hailed. Tle'l le Io1I t>s, with til-
lintchnuian's kull found In a cavre near
Tai'Ne. i4nr- ti( i ollert aipeet'lneti known
atI' hllll ;lll u rs r l llan 1,4 llaln tr l' r to prov a
11 Iml I lr,.llh |-il., A &(It ll l1 llm '
II',lln',l \\i i !i lirl,itil |,,n%\iir


i '1 rille < i ii o rllail %Ilit n *.
j ,\ 411 40 *- r llid itil lf 41ll, j 11 Blll inlard rn 'i tih n Ill,' Il, ll,\\ 111 Ir li,'
coinii lirn'e, lakmn Ir0ll1 .ll1 nhi liiiatt-
-, iild ililir.. dah l i'l,,iv quoitno from an "olh Journal "
"*liih the yver 1lltl, il l i it .'. i t bo t on
(lic M ienal (M nili i trlii. i tnortlh
\\nl-i 4- ro i llK liat straiit, over which'li
ia Ilri gl hii rw s s ul' h4'1i 1 litl, wlhi
Pighl V-4 iio p sslli 4 -ligt -l. wi i ilpM t,, aid4
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1n:1wit' i ftoltol!wv MnAurIIve wia tItt -
,'vr t mw,,ldIi In coilind of the le
leirlin., vwhlh the Emperor Ma
ai:irl.iwl over the Alps In A. D. to
qui'll n ritlug Int Gaul. At Oct
iMnartlMlay the legion, every of
whlilh was a Christian. was ord to
sacrifice to the Roman gods
success of the expedition. H
Mavre- they refuMd. marw ed tI
Agaunum (St. MauieO) a& tM
twice dctmwated to before ea
But tbey till refute d, eUd
w werf oagen-l at
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Giraud Wright demcrihes the bimi~llii
the young hero, W~ane. oneef t
woestdramatiC and t4%ibulgh 1cld4
in the story of the Oonfeerasy.
died leading a gallant charge.
"John Latane, at lieutenant in .
brother's (onipaily. took charge of
bodty anti, twith a cart andI drIvEr,
to returns to ItIchniond. Findibg
Imposstble, an the imm,~ n
atessiioi or theiol country 101aroun
vent toi Westwcwiat4 the bome of
IDrokwuwit,a'tuli, who wa4ttheu a
r.-on ii Ii it.mym. '"Me enemy
1vllll vflht' i'll Ile. to ravohi ca1pt
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