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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: April 19, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NO. 8.


Privileges to None.


A 11, I9M7. an fohowed, and
silt d to order aat 10 nation as it now e the
power claimed it,
3arris In the chair. t if they felt If er eo tt
Anwrered to the roll wasa ppointed and beN d theydid not
have t-e authority to Qo eartainthi ,
E tm moved re won- that they could come before the. l -
Sat by which .e. laturo as Senator Adams said, and
I9 *_ ,M~u~ By Wnnewould be givan such power. Senator
defeated yestoday. Buekman desired to have the committee
required the sere- commence work.
ite foimah quarters for Senator Hudson referred to the loss
As now occupy the of a week already and said he had just
[ ( the capitol bodg one interest In the matter at this time,
U I Isl of the legislature, and that was to see the committee ap-
SoAep nmay be used for polated and get to work. He said he
l eIM for the aepate and would vote to concur with the house,
president moved that the simply to save time. The motion of
o over under the rule; Senator Bard was then put and lost, 7
of addition to our to 28. The ayes were Mr. President;
of court Messrs. Beard, Brown. Canova Clark,
doubtleeas b aedto- Humphrie W i. The nays, Messrs.
Adams, Alford, Baker,.Buckman, Cone,
t resolution No. 9 Cottrell, Crane, Crews, Crill, Davis,
Sby Snator Hqdson, Henderson. Hudson, Jackson, MeCreary,
S i*a mittee of two from Massey, Neel, Sams, Trammell, With-
Sthree from the house, to era, West, let district, West, 4th dis-
i to the feasibility of at. trict, and Zim.
a the eitol. or additional Senator Beard arose in his seat and
d If sua were feasible to stated that qnder the resolution he
il Oering the suggestions. did not believe any useful purpose could
e 1a1t (ill stated he understood be served, and that he must respect-
S providng for the purpose fully request that he be permitted to
I t the resolution had been )re- decline to serve on the committee. The
On lotion of Senator Hudson president then added to the committee
took the usual course the nume of Senator Joseph H. Hum-
Introduction of this bill. phreys of the 27th.
l 'emoncurrent resolution No. 10, Senate bill No. 138, which was made
6 Cone, relative to appoint- a special order for 11:80 today, was
1 li of committee to investigate the called up. It was found that it had not
s d of the state at Lake City, yet been printed, and the special order
aw the former University of was deferred until tomorrow at 11 a. m.
and with an estimated value of This, is the bill requiring persons ap-
and to report to the legisla- pearing before committees to disclose
S S upon oath what interest such person
,l t were introduced, run- represent, and providing penalty for
144 to 15, inclusive. false swearing in such cases.
Consideration of resolutions on House concurrent resolution No. 12.
senate concurrent reso- relative to the appointment of a com-
e. hiring the distribution mittee of four from the house and three
't l t setsrelatng topublicroads, etc from the senate, who are lawyers, to
tol county officials, was adopted examine the general statutes for exist-
ui ay. in errors inaccuracies, and to con-
A message was received from the sat with lawyers and Judges through-
." or transaitting the report of the out the state, and to employ such eerbi.
r1-iothk to examine into the In- cal help as is necessary; was read ln
70U 6notte the mes- full. n motion of Senator Grill, who
were ordered printed In spoke of the importance Of the subject
and 200 copies ordered matter of this resolution, it was re-
I ferred to the judiciary committee.
W an--sage from the house of rep- Senate bill No. 1 was ordered recom-
gismtatives, again transmitti the fitted to the committee on game.
hose eearrent resolution o. 1, A message from the governor rela-
known as the investigating resolution, tive to monument to Florida troo on
wMh thi rejection by the house of the the Chickamauga battlefield, and also
stosad senateamendment, was received transmitting resolutions adopted by the
and read, together with the request Florida division of the U. C. V. rela-
Sthe house that the senate recede tive to this monument, and also for the
=fl its amendment. Senator Beard publication of a revision of rolls of
mwved that the senate refuse to recede Florida troops etc., was received, and
fro its position incorporating in his ordered spread upon the journal.
notnl a request from the senate to the The Senate then adjourned until 10
Sfor he appointment of a corn- a. m. tomorrow.
dine of conference. ---
Senator Beard spoke eloquently upon HOUSE.
resolution declaring that without Called to order at 10:00 a. m. by the
rejected amendment, which gave Speaker. Roll call showed a quorum
hcolammittee power to employ counsel resent. Prayer by the chaplain. The
expert accountants, the committee journal was corrected.
ould be almost powerless-and that A communication f.om Hop. Frank
without the power given by the amend- Clark, of Gainesville, to Hon. W. H.
meant we might as weU not have an in- Dorman, of Suwannee. thanking the
vestigation. He said, further, that only house for resolution of thanks for
n taarestigation conducted along the course in the peonage matter and con-
lites proposed in his original re. ilution demning Burry and Hearst. On mo-
could or would satisfy the people. He tion of Mr. Dorman it was spread on
reiterated the report of charges made the journal, as follows:
In the last seven years, and not only Gainesville, Fla., April M, 1607 : Hen.
then, but in the years preceding, and W. R. Dorman, House ot Representa-
that it was due the people and also the tives, Tallahasboe, Fla :
board of trustees of the internal im- My Dear Mr. Dorman--I waa absent
provement fund themselves. Charges from home when your very kind tele-
have been made time and time again, gram, advising me of the fac. that the
and now if the senate recedes from its ,nouse of representatives had unani-
position the only power the committee mously adopted resolutions condemnruig
would have would be the purchase of a I Richard Barry and Widiam KR. Hearst,
little blotting paper, pens, ink, etc. the one for writing, and the other for
Senator Beard said it was necessary to i puplashing, the libelous peonage article
have a conference with the other house wihch appeared in the March number,
so that this committee could agree en a 1907, of tie Cosmopolitan Magazine,
measurethat would grant full powers to and common cmmnding the speech made by
the committee, me in the houseI ol re presentatives oS
Senator Adanft in reply to Senator the congress oi the United States o1;
Seared, said that he believed that all the 4th day ofl March, last.
ether senators were anxious for this.in- I beg to' say to you, and through you
vesatlon, and that this investigation to the honorable house of representa-
be tW ad complete and made as tives, that 1 duly appreciate ths ac-
earglasw obe. He did not altoether tion, both on your part and on the part
age wth the senator of th'e Second. of the house. That this man Barry,
iwreivers, that the rejected senate willfully and maliciously, for peIf,
seanaemunt was so absolutely neces- libeled the State of Florida and all her
wry. and that the resolution as it now people is now patent to every oae that
d weadM give the committee all the, William R. Hearst, a millionaire by in-
m power and authority. He her.tance, who perhaps has the great-
rh Fthat if the committee est thirst for office and the least capae-
their investigation they }ty to fill one of any man min the United
;. e h r power that a measure statess, who ever aspired to high posi-
:':l ea be hrailoeded through the tion, deliberately published this vWain-
and all and everything they ous sibel, also for pelt, is likewise pat-
w ldMd be given them. But he, ent to every observing person. We
l t the resolution was broad I can congratulate ourselves um Lhe fact,
aew, sad that this latter however, that Hearst and his scandal-
iat fteeeaaary. Senator Zim monging yellow journals are so thor-
:'!IftfN th Senator Adams, and said oughly well known in America that he
f wouM ealy lead to de- a powerless with all his inherited mil-


the house reseo- lion to east a suamnupon the fair name
of our beloved Florida
ias the senator from While I did no more than I conesived
S*ltcu was, e was fully to be my duty o the floor of coegres
8as in faveg ofthe tinves. in attempting to defend the of
he was, but tt they dif- our fair stae aga*iast these base impu-


L3seassa Tar. N u Ws. o.ts in ju- GOVEWOR. WOULD

ACse@Itlk ,weaMr.a Tarlrof M 7ZZl TM P SS
l c- ... ..- ......... u ti ea neeemote.'ptr.oxPeauoB ua.
essebill r tO we u. public i T. T --- T n
uNAMS. RamNDs cu. of atHamilton, polltaxes. Wh rid Nw Th
11 11.& W.Mutat N.3a dG ambl e o "W of a s Laos-
Mrmak Ts--e House bill No a. Wilson of
A.-J. :: ... ..- Th. Less Hernando, relatIi to stock la'
. .- :by......... 1.hosphate.pU ".s In his meosge the governor condemns
a. iu. K. B .................... MnM Bn Hos O bill NO. 1 0, ley o0 f .... i.t-i_,... ...
a .-... .. Arit Hilisboth, eeadii m limit o strong tems the legislative lobby
*.. c as .. .......... a Charlotte arbx iand Raillway and the legislative rafter, reminding
s W. W.rmk'"._.l'. '--".Mr TMMB Company. Corprationk us that in many states these have been
S'ttn..................Butler House bill No 170, by Mr. Paul of provd dervi of all the odium
". a ... My*. B owenHolmes, legalsi -n-p orati proved deserving of all the odium
B. ...Butler H os h o anthem. But why has he
T s" c--................r. am town of Bonifay. lsed under -us- ,ge upon thm But why has he
. Daviv .............. .The Lae pension of rules, and rtifled to Sen. proposed no method of uncovering and
: w. M. .....**. aL. ate' punishing these corrmpti influences?
: M. uda..m ....... : :. House bill No. 171,y Mr. Neel of He says theirdiscovery and punishment
.. Humphles .......Mr. N. Mn Jackson, state aid for public schools. diffin at
W. K. Jak .......... ...Education-. are a1,like.Akd yet he & rts that
.* L. f /. s ... ~~. nut Houeetbll No. 17, Mr. Kirkland is problem mhas beeso lived in other
..c.M.................. Mr W of Lake, defining tr and declaring states. Do his .l of the x-
John Neel...... ........... M c certain contracts vo' andcertas acts ence of Peane l and New
W" Sam -"" The li elonie Judi York and Missouri te.ah him no lessons
S.. R. wilu........ ..Mv. Mar Deo House bill No. 1 3, by Mr. Aberna-. Bor his hukld no? Su Iy vetor
SN. wither ..........MU. Mr among they of O relate to organized Browrd should not fd t d ult to
T. F. West....... .. The Less 'Ti a" o.a ogm follow where others have blased a path,
wD ...... s. ms H se bll N.ad St Tr p eve though he could cut no reid for
wZim ..Mr.s........ Damo House bill No. a174. by-i Crawfod .sf.
,OUsB of Orange changing m px of an at himself.tnstitut on *uaanee t
NAs. Ras MSci. mal. Agriculture. But the c nstituton guarantees to
SAt ... l whe his interests are attacked. Are
rantt....................-------------------Illelae l lli No. m thas whovisit the estal to defend

; Catkine Mrs. clerks. The bill passed under s pe- munitis to be coademned? Some of
C arteri ............... .. srs. ons ton o, rue, and- celn. e o Sensaa te _t w o Blie aten have t
Scobb........ BatleHou Committee on finance and taxation b do hf aring Ol P endingW the
rewroe ............. Ms NannrllA reported favorably on House bill No bord of trade has sent wre st
S r........ ....... wi 46, authoriing special counsel for rail s, minitr f th
SDo. .................. The Len road commission. Two hundred copies adikindt whe P N.B w en
Dormn. ......... Butler House ordered printed. when and when e t
:)udley - W-- Worth Tro" "o the election of aTr6me
)upont ----. MI oDam"u House bill No. 107, revolver permit, je f has been en i Tasahaee
murrance 1 . .m. Tnmmll reported unfavorably. Committee on Ha-v ...t... .snei
Hv thr.. Mre pli A ..... a- **.*. tiav tn I sinnedT i"^o
; .. ........ Mrs. Joh finance and taxation. the last campaign Mr. Brow
.a o x.......M ca M House bill No. 169, advertisement for to m y as to the '
ris .-......... The Leon bids and employment of labor on eoun- ......ii.lK. u ii ll-
S rtfll. ...d ackLon ura ty commissions. Referred from city of a railroad lobby. a alli tUi
o .......... Ta.l and county organization to roads com- r been toned down to an aseoctie
Johson ... -..... .. Nae ae mittee of these sinne with good oitisens and
Sones-- --.................... House bill No. 102, authorzing Talla- reputable b ate rets? as all
Damn hassee to acquire waterworks plant thisthunder a the index come to each
S aIsht. of Ctrus ..... and house bill No.158,commssns a lame and
C ,leht, at. olummbi a .is Dam oncounty treasurers. Referred, to udi. d- are now del.i n of Se e
SI aowls............. Mrs. R. H. Gamble efr j "' and the name 0 ,Sle a H.
". MJlt.r T Mi N.nni Gai clary. the railroads do w ao mr .tha"n a "
S ...... ....... 3.T. Donnn House bill No. 21. Florida Historical .c . the rafloatd o _i
S eteni .m. counter so Society, report unfavorable recommnit- :? Have the
A. A ............ s Mi o smith. Monro at. ted to aro.ati boe eons commltt.
S l ........ .. -- -- U m Dnual Bill p b ting marriages of minors n '"
S ....... .......Mrs. B. H..amble without written consent of parents; --
......of Mrion .Butler House The other ehaW mewertad
.... ..... .. .......... ... lu ort favorable. ay e wer there .
e ..........s. a wbattew House bill No. 92, prohibiting sale of w
... .... .. .. . .uMd.rs.Q aisPo t .a
Mi MS- .f::. confiscated weapons; favorably port.
KM-1 an b eso
S.......... Worth T n House bill No. V, inasptors of mas .
SParkimemo M WhateW and brands reported favoraby. s
on S ler House b1.l6, penalty for failure argument ten we'
...utler Houme to tranmit immediately messages, when his sword. i "
.. Mat.w...... a. w t resulting from negl gence. ip. o ats
., T .n .... M .M House bill No. 8 rebate bill; re- ro
W n ... .. utrWto certain lanturnedd ongOsei n Pen- d.i. _t dom eE the
S onMr. s = Housebacll No. 83, meetings countrdb.n o terwi t
sWli- oi don MButlr rH commissioners* house bill No. mii 1o v lle rton it teG eIa
mith.... Miss Whatley countyrn court in Walton county- house At.m~nr.t'o tI isl
S-ell. Mrs. Cat bill m 119 Brevar county special tax .. .
atns, and while feel that wouseld a mnd hoTue llNo. confirming title gives
8= wof W F. Cr to certain land in Pen- powrthe dovrsorwical pewSS meg


hatve been unworthy of te high place olaMe. erom vnor transmitting nnd hon ty t e ,
wh .h I hold at the hand of the wol not i tr lether la


Wialie of this dentrict f tl had remaed gnessag of governor, tramit- latve orrup that some co pon ier
nt appreciate to the fullest Mbyage tary, readmttg reasonrt state te gins not failed to ta actgoverne'
the acton of yu d oNanne all eboard orf readeeducation; read upon jour- nalon on an
is good to receive thh comme nation of into Indian war claimsoSt te governor's mes ageo n ia G n
serve their o. I trut that M option of Mr. Watson that consider remandful o h campaign se



Wilserve the ood o. of yourself, and t Mr Wartann v orerd spread is quite ositnt. He is pushing the
ttosuch repreentatie ntlemen a o- tion of message be postponedjt o tn p until r ed tWo



oe thehousof rpreentativo the a. m. Tuesday; cad rim senate, da gin ov yearnago, but i t nec more thnqestio
Florida lv e been unworthy of the high pla- c ,. ,.a h I r ceded from etraond meittin ble whether with e much success
which I hold at the hands of th regard re- form school re conc urrent retlution th e legislature now a te
people of this district, if had remained l, which the houe refused o pe thn.corrup o
silent, yet I appreciate to the fullest M age transmitting rportt tatehad not lft the governors ma.
the action of yourself and colleagues in board of education, preal upon Jour. *ioclean. --St.Auuaiutbne Usec
giving me your vote of confidence It nal. Alnso cormmt mioner-4 to examine There is nothing remarkable about
goomemto receive th ir commendation of inta e Indian war claim the governor's message. In its ld-
yourid yellow, but it is better still to de- Msge read fromtd. enat or,s uckm an, reco ends te enactmen it sovery
erve to er gta opinion. I trust that mWendin nonm the nt to Florid. troops remindfuloftrini his campaign speehe ma-nd
my future course a m. be nuch a to d- on i knte bill and resoluti ronad notion letter It may be aid ecutol im that he pro
serve the go m.od oin of ytheourself,h and H Mr. Wrtniarm v ordurcd spread is quite consistent. HIt is pushing the
uch representative ntlemen aoin-t oluto for committee to viit onvit dtl. subjects of lgil pution he fmised ptwo
wapo pre.h on tuse ofreesenttiv. the M,,:and reanl from senate. saying yr ago, but it i more tan question-s
Florida legislature for 19U7 With at,- v had rf.tceded from riecond amend. ubl} whetlier wiLh Uis much succes41n
Meurancs of my corainued Hatch Cr, I re r,, t to house concurrent resolution the lei msl aure now t'I li-ii ore tne pei-
main, yours nit truly. N. 1, i, which the housethat refusedto pi the editoror the pn.
FRANK CI.AKr. c.,,ncur, and that the committee provider tie most noise will han made about
A memorial r upon jou First Brinal. Wae caller on the part of the senate had the section ir which lte governor.
Flouse bill No. 3 by M r Kirk lasd of IKunt Hpparrind presinat. Roll call. rconanend. a the iatnment or some




Lake, for ef rical aid in enrtoing quorum prent. E ven new bill pumsment tal pulic tion ,e ande, avurors
r erection of p tda inment to ua Snat bil and resolution d authorizing pucaic ccroecutors to pro-
oldier l at N. icM6 o r; r, kla nd rf m Lake, that bil won. the reuterr n chair, whe in enthe following resolution n .li it io.. d. it i.s quite true t at
motiontt on engro -sed bills bel.ior. re- it Ioind reading wacommittes taken upi: de b better to be pulaw rhed for print.
w percent to jomm utte on e. ed il. S te concurrent reso a lution No. 10, ad reorm uthe peters but the true or
1116Ado United Co rby Mr ConeVera, o club, that the turas .o i.e tor the partye.-
LevMayo, asking for bill relative to lrd military rt- CitNATE. FlridAY,rywrty counting of Some ofn power and against the b



orLak pubfetinrc f same. Adopted. land q nu buildings, with an estimated Naialeon Honaparte Broward in his ba-
House bill No. by Mr. Rke.e of valuation f a quarter of a million doal eial me age to thmn legislor attemurte at
Leambta, ai mend.ig ru bles referr to chair, tih title to which i vesoluted in the pron s a ource of extended buore. It would


Eseambla. amend~raiL rules of houi.'. ; lers, the title to which is vestedj in the proper and meritorious, but other. are


Adopted. Sta.tt of Florida; and hardly feasable, and one is evidence of
House bill No. 16'.. by Mr. Long ofi Whereas, There as also a monetary his chagrin. The latter is that ectldon
Clay, relating to as-esament and coil,(e- consideration inv-lving principal und wherein he takes a shot at the news-
tion of revenue. ir'anceanu taxation. irnt.res:, about $41,000 of the state's papers and asks the legislature to pass
House bill No. l W, by Mr. Knight of money ; therefore, be it laws to further restrain publications. It
Citrus, prohibituag hale or gift of cigar- R resolved by the senate and house of hasu always bten customary for news-
ettes. Miscelladcou. legislation,. r-prepmentatives concurring. That a p paperL to pass judgment oft the Iats. .
House bill No. 164, by Mr. Griggs of joint committee composed of three on of public officials nd to criticise thee t
Franklin, relating to vagrants. Judic- the part of the senate and four on the believed to deserve criticism, and this
lary. CoUntIUVI on sib I'AUL COMTINIUsD 04 ID PAGu.


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a m aCMLIs. inMiSe,. The Jennings- l# gsON
el *.** *ic-. . weheme is no more. The fatal bMow
POWULWKD VERY FRIDAY MORNING. its existence w as strek I
.-.... last, when the people of I
iass8i Cae Matter March as, i,. s cared by their votes that
r.et e at Tamsham,. rwd und" have no more of it, bat t he
ActofCe a of tMarh i 17 obstinacy of the
Sin Tdapbte BuIldine Coronr Adams and not a the
CisteE Stuts. Tutle Iphone Non 10lIe a
5bpelledshiomto Thom" .i. Ir.lau

iae- sawte on AP ,tmse. act of it dissolh inJack-
ohe Tree Oemeo at i the OdW Newpes" r when Jude Ja t ke, of the d I sBI a S
of leon co w nr. United States C rt, aft rdue stat e ti e present at m iAl
T ralhaee. Vd&a, IApril 19, 1e97. consideration of evidence, as v4 rilm o ee utive emias lssa w" INaso sn t et
Charle W. A and the law, as sw bastate Of h
presented by arguments of counsel at -Bartow Courier-Intfr No att.ebes have yet been named. a
----------- the finl bearing on the 5th iast., do- A pity 't i, Indeed, that '.~i a sae The emittee is a strong one, -onsit.
Nobody has yet audibly solved the eldedthe ca ses then pending against of afftairsshould and doeso lagide hng O even membersasfollows, amed
problem of who or what is on top in the the board. state, and the respoenibiA I t w It al IIa oder of appointment by seate rand s o
Legislature at Tallahassee. It would There were pendift in that court a should rest on the shoudekm e these hoese: Seastor H. H. Backman, of the de fort
Iw a great favor if somebody would number of cases (meiht in all) against who are absolutely respooitble for it, 1th; Senator Thomas P. West, of the
speak up and make a basis for specula- the boards. The Southern States land and net on those newspapers who have tat; Senator Joseph H. Humphreys, of
tion. -Tampa Times. and Timber Co., holding title (mostly been fair enough with the people of the 27th; Representatives Syd L. Car- To bow the .MisM 4t,
ir Powell, ,of theSt. Petersburg from the L. & N. R. R. Co. and other Florids to criticize and give publiety ter, of Alachua; John W. Watson, of saf abroad in th O m4~4
Independent, one of the very best and legislative grantees) to more than one to it. To say nothing more of Gwernor Dade; R. Pope Reese, of Escambia; dues the above, aslet w tA
hrightest, as well as among the beat million acres of land, was the pioneer Broward's gigantic drainage scheme, and J. F. C. Griggs, of Franklin. dishonest trU setu iia. ,
ted and patronized weeklie in te litigant, and the first teopo- which he has almost played to 'waste. The fact that their organization was few years, that It a b u.
State, spent several days at the Capital rary injunction orbldding the collect. ful finish, sad which must son come to complete within an hour or so after against iasgaUatig IOn,
this week, and made us a pleasant tion of the five-cent-per acre drainage iti death and burial, have newspapers each house had been formally notified missions and new si l
visit. tax imposed by the board under not been fully justified and truthful in by the other of its appointment, may that may afford the
What a terrible break the brilliant the authority of Chapter 6877, criticizing his denunciation of them as be indicative of the earnestness of the furnish the means for tffO
John Temple Graves, editor of the At- 1906, creating the Drainage Board. corporation tools, hirelings, being sub. members. It is truly to be hoped the wrong dotlg in pubeI a
lants Georgian, made in the suggestion This case, by agreement of counsel, sidized, sellers of our space with senti. committee will go to the very root and the creating of State Utl
that William J. Bryan should nominate was taken as a test case, the result ment thrown in, and every other name bottom of the whole business. Whether Uniform Text BookC
President Theodore Roosevelt tor the therein to govern the disposition of the that could be called against those who they can do so thoroughly and satisfac- other like schemes drag n air
presidency ofu third term. Only shows others, did not bow to his will and back him up torily, to report at this session of the heavle! tax burden and t
that desperate end en sm n The total area of lands represented in his plans or schemes. Has he, or his legislature, we cannot say; but every meant and plans for tbuidiig Up.
will sometimes go after notoriety and in all of the cases aggregated about boards, ever furnished any good reason person who can throw light on those cal machines and for
to keep themselves continually before 3,:$9t000 acres, not a single acre of for selling lands in chunks at low prices, land sales (and other transactions) at faithful who are always wMall
the public, which could by any possibility have and quietly, not giving the public a from 30 cents per acre under the Jen- the bidding of the bow, who l11W
The unIform text hook ill introuucei been alrected physically by the drain- chance to pay more; has he and his ad. nings administration up to the present power to appoint and control mush
by Senator Humphrey. in the sonata age observations begun (and continued visers consulted the wishes of the ma- time, should be brought to testify. missions ? Floridiansshould tawl
and by lion. J. W. Watson in the house, in defiance of the verdict of the people jorityof the people of the several coun- ST WEFORET." states alonm wht hs hppe lines
a few days ago, is by far the best meas- in November) upon lands (and water- ties in cases when appointments or re- Beow foows a tabe showing the a _g_. l '
ure in our opinion before the legisla- chiefly the latter) belonging to the movals were to be made; have they not official vote of last November on the Aa esteemed contemporary, thy
ture. The objectionable features of the State, but covered by legislativegrants taken to themselves more power along drainage question, together with the 90 per cent. of the school book ft
other measures are all eliminated and the deeds to which the I. I. Board, then many lines 0Lan was intended for offi- majorities for and against in each State are now furnished by the A ,"
the system of uniform adoption in maIde under the cimmarndidof former Governor cials to have, and have they failed to county: ca k Co mpanyne Undgive A
practicable. His measure should be Jennings, had refused to execute. apply that power to hit back and get Maj. Mj. leave only 10 per cent. not
adopted if we are to have the uniform The grounds of the injunctions even with anyone who has dared to Countie Yes. No. eo.. No. uniformity. Therefore uniform
text book system in this tate. Live granted in these cases were that the oppose them; have they acted at all Ahua 474 4 2 not what the advocates of 1
Oak DIemocritt. tax was intquilable, and unjust, and times as if they were the servants of rd 01 a 49! formity want. Shall 90 pa
revard io 'the peoples' money air
Senator llumphreys' joi.t resolution that the act of 906, creating the Drain- the people-rather have they not "set t Cahoun school books be killed to
proposingamendmentttoot.h,,state con- age" n-ard was unconstitutional and themselves up as bosses." The True Cla i'l I statesmen to obtain lome
stitution, embodying about, state pro. void. The Board, realizing that this Democrat has se fit to criticize them I lumba 2 does ot appearon the
hibition, wan followed Monday night by was so, sought, by the amendment for all the above abuses, and perhaps InP nto.to lect thooell bo
a ma .ocLing in the tll or r<,presen- which was so overwhelmingly defeated for more that we do not now recall or i.esmbia 117 own children to save a ew SI
atmass-sbeeting in t he%4n r wrepren--i
tatives, which was larg ettnded tn( last November, to irrevocably favten repeat, and we shall continue to do 0 Franklin19n4 el like Esau selling se birth.
thufiastic. Whether n C t lon the people of tih e Sti te a vicious just sou long ats wibere exists ground. for ii.mion o 17t; 376, i mess of pottage. Granting
nthusat.Whetherndo.79of economy to be true.
pases or not, prohibit aw should iand nlawful cherme o' opprussion and doing it, but we do not now, nor !:;.v if"ao, rot l hul a iI. h1,rou2-h 478 12 not, put forth by the advocates
be so strengthened tasj make the inluitable taxation, und, at the. am, we, charged them with deliberate or ne 41 uniformity, the question resolves
effective in all cumunmt weswhich htve t"ie create a vast Political machine willful gruat un. WV'e hav been a.morig .hi,'aorin i- i, as into the question of selling the
t,,ratlt(. r,,, 105 17I of the counties to the State for an ax
decidedly voted that .i,, ash no bur. 'alculated loperpitu n4rinitily th( those who av. deadd, and who i of the counties to the State oran
room. grasp of the political :a oion th-n and still duermand, though investigation i ceedingly small consideration. You
n .4 who are centralizing all power in the
Jacksoonvilie iMtrop' i,. Iith: "lion o w in power upon th Democratic of allairi, mnply that 1e extravagar nc IA.,y ;:, 44, hands of the State, please leave to the
Francis P. l'emnings disposed and confuied to his horne on Floridians,M und Floajid land owners )ohihle for rifting to hIave occurred ',Mart*ot 2) :, what school books their own chi
SMarian 1413 W 47 shall study.-Brooksville Argus,
East Monroe street." lHis friends all everywhere, large rand Msyinl, may welt it) anyiilng or at any tnim, it may ibe Monroe 17 7, 2:4
over the state, who love him dearly for be congratulated Uloun th. just and in- bought to light and stop. i. .1e 1 0 1 And can not the proposition 1 to create
the record he has pade an a brave Con- evitable result of this costly aind vexa. If parties have been favored in letting .cola 1 4 1 s a CBook Commission and an In.mi Wne
1,8,.,, 70 'W 2 91, Commission, and other similar
federate soldier and Christian gentle- tious litigation, made necessary by the lands go to them a number of times at Polk 6 s 2the94 r imar aseres
Putnam 8671 n: 3 4o be clearly seen to bethe very
man first, as our governor, and as a high persistent purpose (of the Je'nnings from :N cents an acre under the Jen- Santa uMa 20W 273 e2orts to build up Po w
toned, honorable citizen always, are Broward-Barrs-"straight-out" political nings administration to the low prices st. John 197 261 efforts to build up Pow
t h.d bucie 104 19, 149 Machines, which 'will mean a gre&tdel
pained to hear of his illness, and many faction to fasten itself irrevocably and under the present one, and the parties S.umtr 219 14i 2, Machnes. whicn n ws mean t reaT e
Suwa.nkr as e4:1 more than now shows on the sitreo ?.
fervent prayers are going up that he in perpetuity upon the body flolitic, VERY SOON resold at greatly reduced Ta yor i: 4.:3
may be spared to Florida and his people with a deliberate and almost undisguised prices, it gives ground for suspicion "Vo.'ia 229 :14 r, Why should our Governor and some of
Wakula .119 40o 15 his officers and his pets have sii 11
many more years, Intention to become the masters and that wrong has been committed, and Walton 17 19 his officers and his pets have sh a
Since the administration desires it, rulers of the people, and perpetuate that kind of business and those kind of rondere for and for
too. and has asked for it, let the 1. 1. their power indefinitely. transactions need looking into, and we; TtAi vote O-7 14,.st other pet schemes any way? Have wot
besa titm be genuine and thorough. lBruward is to be admired because of presume the investigating committee' majority the political trickster. now in their own
It has been repeatedly charged that for the enemies he makes. WinterGarden will soon begin work and get at the Majtory a I4 profitable for the people of thi Stt'
the 80 cents land ic.le under the' .Jen- Ricochet. bottom of it all. We have no desire to .... .-. 7~
olhi administraton to thu present High, lofty and dignifthd, admiration see a single soul of them show up bad, .t majri ant .4 No one has received more attentkim
time, that those anic lands were d. for making opponents to himself and and earnestly hope they will all com W reproduce these figures in order or been accorded a better welcome at
aired by other parties who would have is schemes, eh Well there is .o that looIk cloudy will be cleared up. where on the d questions now immi tn e capital since the legislative elot
pai better prices, had it twben known doubt he has made some good Florid- ---- --- coneringth doi of th Tmt bean than Hon Frank Clarke, who
thy were on the market and for sale. plans his opponents, and if he and the Editor Collins is now throwing bou- n c i. ;g- spent several days here thdo week withT
If the board has favored anybody in gang a.re to be admired for it they are quetsat laude ie Will wonders o e Internal Improement u, as his Florida home folks h.e Cthw ktit
those sls at a klos to the State, the welcome. There are many of us who Editor Collins throws bouquets at no Commissioners, their respective con- oneof the nmoast pou ar men ae thia
people should know it, and that they carry no animus for him, whoop oe a stituents stood in the November elec- state and makes us one o te vrry
abused the trust. If thy have not hi nd his allies in what we believe t number of times to criticise State offi- tion, as well as the consensus of public st represent es we have ever hd
dne so, then they shonid i cle redI of be wrong, ant which w see to be un- the former printer for cheap. opinion throughout the .state on the at Washiglton.
lust what there is in it, nothing more. who do not toady to, and who do not dirty and shod.dy work, we feel that it is drainage amendment issue. And we There is much richness in the 1. I.
M .yor -- f O .o wbbow down and worship, only that and due Mr. I.'nngle to have credit for the purposely refrain from comment upon Fund situation. Attorney General Els
The Mayor of Orlando, who may be nothing more. good work in the printing line he is do- the table, leaving each reader to form openly approves the Farris bill, ms i
a tandat fr Governor, last week, The newp r member of the Le-. ing," and the True Democrat wishes him his own conclusions concerning the sit- tioned yesterday. Indeed, he acknowi.
amoa other good things, said in an in islaiture should wiekl influencesufficient the beat success with it to the close of u tion. ^- ..... edges its authorship. It promises to
terview in the Democrat of that city : to see that their business is not injured the contract. We do not believe you Just after the November election the make him (if he choose) a premlnasn
"If I am ever Governor of Florida, I by unwise legislation. In the Senate will find anything narrow, spiteful or True Democrat ventured to suggest to candidate for the governorship. The
will go to Tallahassee tied to no man, I are Me ', Zm Hum hrles. Neal i o. mk p the Legislature the expediency of re- second thought of some membeasof *
will owe my election to no man, but to ar Mathew. Wilson, Williams. McKna- s in -m-iak- peahling the Internal Improvement Act board of trustees, to the seest H '


each and all the Democratic voters of zie and Russell. All good and truemen. W. S. Jennings not the Governor of 1866 and its various amendments, they do not like the plan as weIgat
oria, nor will I seek the friendship Jacksonville Metropolis. o hi. He I a pleor. "and place the remnant of public lands expected to, is easily explaiaedl S
Sthe powerful at the expee of those As the True Democrat ees it, they N. B. Broward is the Governor of Flor- now remaining in the State's possession presence of their speciall e
who are nmt strongg" and the Live Oak are, every day of the session, giving ida --Jacksonville Metropolis, in the custody of an inexpensive com. Senator Beard's bill to repeal ths
Democrat remarks that's the way for a real good account of themselves, and But there are soene people in Florida missioner or col mission under the dl- nal Improvement Act and it
* man to talk if he expects to aIsk the we firmly believe at the close of the who do think that William Sherman rect supervision of the Legislature." ments has also to be
sMpport of the Democrats of Florida, session each one of them will be able Jennings still has some powerful influ., The suggestion has promptly borne Altogether, the prospect s oI
Md we recall the fact that lion T. A. to return to their constituents carrying ence with the Governor, and all know fruit in the shape of a bill, introduced doing in I. I. matters a see
Jesnings and lion. Albert Gilchrist, with them, a "well done" thou good he draws a larger salary under appoint- by Rtave Farris, of Duval, in- ally good.
too, have given the newspapers some and faithful, and then. may be, we meant as special attorney for the inte. atruc tnthe Attoa eyGeneral to being
of the same kind of talk in interview, hope so at any rate, they may be made nal improvement fund than he did as P Iny to wind u The True Demorat
sodo*' we will be getting more from rullers of many. They aregood trust. It, hoLh tim e somethingW R t week as to toe
n, Jeffersn i. Browne and perhaps all f them an deserve to Governor. His saIry as Governor was kindshd be rae oeR ev.t. oa. --oe
other gubernatorial candidates Let nd d$8,500 and as 1. 1. attorney he gets -o
Sea ndt- t define their iosiltms a repec $ 000. The Governor's office was sup- Mr. Julius aBlft S .afternoon M W.. 8.
ly. so that the people amay b per- Some men imagine they ire natural posed to occupy his full time., ad as to attend t @Oe atC se d t t r l
Strul t be hoped another unfortu- leaders, because they always want to attorney only a small porton~f it in b a the W .i"titll of L a- ilo lll
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Geverner BIrward's Dream. the situation and address themselves
Governor Broward, in his biennial toward rational attempts at its solu-
message to the Floridalegislature, joins tion. -Atlanta Consttution.
tM ran. s of the few visionaries who A Woman Tells eow to Relieve Rhse-
e. that colonization is the only so. matic Pains.
lutiem of the negro problem. I have been a very great sufferer
Mere money and the stupendous na- from the dreadful disease, rheumatism,
ture of the proposition present no dilem- for a number of years. I have tried
ma. to the hopeful governor. He would many medicines, but never got much
Just have the government buy all the relief from any of them until two years
propetyof the negroes; purchase a ago, when I bought a bottle of Cham-
trat of land I this country, or else- beraisin's Pain Balm. I found relief be-
where, and remove the entire race, bag fore I had used all of one bottle but
and baggage, tothis somber hued Uto- kept on applying it and soon felt like a
pio, rovidinWg for the United States different woman. Through my advice
protectorate and passing laws to pre- many of my friends have tried It, and
venta. s inle son of Ham from oozing can tell you how wonderfully it has
baek Into this country. worked.-Mrs. Ssrah A.. Cole 140 S.
Simplcity personifed-on paper. Gro- New street, Dover Del. Chamberlain's
te Uely imposible--in reality. Pain Balm is a liniment. The relief
We do not question Governor Brow- from pain which it affords is atone
hard's earnestness. But we do believe worth many times its cost. It makes
if he took a pollof the practical think- rest and sleep possible. For sale by
ers--the employers of tabor-in his Tallahassee Drug Co. *
state, he would find his views abeo- .---.- -
lutely unsupported. W eping CouhlL.
he negro t here to stay. Whether I have used Chamberlain's Cough
brought here for our own or his own Remedy in my family in cases of whoolp-
good or evil is immaterial. We cannot ing cough, and want to tell you that it
evade his presence, and the fact that it is the best medicine ,1 have ever used.
p: permanent F. Gaston, Posco, Ga. This remedy
The proposition to colonize him is as is safe and sure. For sale by Tallahas-
logicall as would be the proposition to, see D)rug Co.
colonize fast-breeding rats or rabbits- '- - ...-
the very numbers of which almost defy Church Notices.
enumeration Over 11,000,000 of this Trinity M. E. Church. South, I. S.
species inhabit the south today. The Patterson, Pastor. Services Sunday at
birthrate keeps blithely ahead of the 11 a. m. and 7.(00p. m. Junior Ep-
death rate. worth League, 3.0)o p rn. Senior Ep-
Who is going to pay, governor, f-:r a worth League, 4.0 p. n Al members
tract of land large enough to accommo- requested to attend 'The public and
date 11,000,000 human beings? Who is strangers specially invited to worship
going to provide money to buy up their with us.
property-valued into the many mil- Presbhyterian C(hurch,. ov Wm. H.
lions? Who will defray the expenses of Ziegler, Pa.stor Itviiular service at 11
their freight transportation. Where o'clock a. mrn. and at ?~u1 ,'clock p. m.,
will you find sufficient cars and ships, sermon* b\ the pastor. -,,tJbath school
passenger and freight, to transport this at 9.45 a." m..
multiplying horde? Fiist BHaptl:t (h'ur h. eyv. J. 1.
The nation will not listen, now nor a Pruitt, 1"artor. Sekrvi<, 'unday at 11
century hence, to any sucn proposition u. m. and :t:'4i p. ni ; h:.h school. 9:4.5
The voter In Washington state, in a. m ;Junior I Y i'. I .:330 p. m.;
Michitan, in Maine, would not, for ono Senior B. Y.1'. 1' Friday at p. m.;
moment entertain a proposition that Prayer and Praise service Wednesday
meant the lavishing of some billions of at 7:30 p. m.
the nation's money. They don't even St. John's Episcoijal Church, Rev.
know enough about the subject to dis- Dr. W. H. Carter, 0-ttor -Services:
cusm it intelligently. Sunday and Hoiy D;D\ holy commun.
The south would not, broadly speak- ion 7 o'clock a m. Su'idavs, 11 a. m.
lag, tolerate such a solution. In (Geor- and 7 t0 p m. Fridays. p.m. St. Mi-
gi we even have a law making it a chael's (colored). S.-;rvic-sA: Sundays,
rmoe to solicit negro labor to o out- 4 p m. Friday, 4.3:11 p. m.
the state borders .The forthcom- Christian Science Services are held
_14Btare Is committed to negro every Sunday at 1 oI,'clock a. m., in the
d Goeoent. But a proposition to front room, second story, of the bpild-
t Georgia law that penalizes ing east of the potoffice. This room is
NOM .nmtgraht agent would-rnot also used as aChristian Science reading
to*s mrlsm consideration by that room, and is open daily except Sundays,
o. That's more Geor between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
SAnad. as the subject a. m. All are cordially invited.
on the grievous labor -~ .-
smben thern aetiment, also. Stacharge Ntkce.
eliminate, forever, thischim- NOICe mc HaUm EY cGIVEN THAT six
t lomasatiton? Instead month. after tAM da* fthe or" m is .
Urews into the ewr, o art Una "Will '"9EI1 y
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nstead of lreM n ofn that the press
ti ore ns and.. deprived
There law on the statute
books of r MRe which is unjust and


instead of that the press
be more An= z and deprived
Governor Ba-1 lia a very different
man as govergr to what he was as
captain or a tug. He nce appreciated
newspapers, ad they treated him fair-
ly, and now because a few have an-
gered him aa governor he wants the
whole bunch put under a law which
would be detrimental to the best inter-
eats of the state. No other governor
has ever shown sueh evidence of winc-
ing under criticisms of the press, and
consequently have not asked that they
be restricted a publications. Nearly
all of the former governors have re-
tired from ofe with the esteem and
confidence of the newspaper men and
are today warm friends.
The members of the Florida legisla-
ture know that no class of men have
worked harder and for less remunera-
tion to develop and advance the best in.
terests of the state than publishers of
newspapers, and It would be the worst
sort of ingratitude now to pass laws to
further humiliate and to harrass them.
The publishers are mostly men of dis-
cretion. They know right from wrong,
and while one or two may at times
overstep the bounds of propriety, the
whole fraternity should not be made to
suffer for these indiscretions; and it is
to be hoped that the recommendations
of the governor, to gratify his whim,
will not meet with favor or even earn-
est consideration of the law-making
power of the state. -Jacksonville Me-
tropolis.
GOOD NLWS.
Subject-Sidewalks.
We will this week commence the
manufacture of cement sidewalk blocks.
We will make only a first class block,
and they will be. full guaranteed
by the manufacturers. What it will
cost to make the above article, we will
let you know in the next issue of this
paper, at which time we will state what
your walk will be worth put down.
These blocks, when properly made,
are the most economical kind of side-
walk, for they can be taken up and re-
laid without injury to the blocks.
5-tf GILMORB & DAVIS Co.

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TH& TRUE DEMOCRAT. 'Funera of Major K.c. Weeks.
Tne funeral of th' late Major E, C.
JMO 0. COLLINS, Publisker. Weeks waM hli frnmr hii residence Set
-.... rday mori,-. Th,. pallbearers
PUBLlREI) EVERY PRITAY MORNING. Me'. r I) < .itt 'r:denr, L, C.
_. ... .. .... -... .(. \ ( ,lA ir,. l, 1 Cox, Q
We call for quiet. The Times-Uniori y,1 '. G' 'mo"re, J. J.
and Governor Broward are making 'h., 0 .. nri." The tbodyq
much noise and raising no much dut Ir thi lt,!,,, ,,r in tlhu cJiS
that the balance of us can't e,' the- Maj, r V.'k., r".,ld a vCe
show at Talahassee Sit down in h;:t.ory. ie, was born a
front --Tampe Times. MatUnys Viyard, Masl* 0, 1
1/a. 1im .!. ;Ir.l w.is a Hso:i of a a n. a
Come off the roost, brother, "rampa rie.i,,,r of a ronent glandd :
and Hillaborougb have been and uar. family. Upon him motthes he was'
still pretty well represented hereabouts, relutedl to Senator Thomr t of New
aid you may rest assured Tarripa and York. He was ent to butdeci-
d,"I to study rnedihine, i erat.red
Hillsborough county affairs are heing o int New d Yr-in. L rfohwing
well looked after, the. Time-s-l.nion ;and an inherited injtirL, 1 tit to sea,
the Governor to the contrary notwith- and beeame mastr the Quicklteap.
standing. At the out-break of the civil war he
- voluiiteered and w;. w,-;r to Pensacola.
By the way, if the internal irnprove.l- le. ervd at Oe :,"',* of New Orleans
meMit hoard is indep-ndent, of the. legi- ir.l,'r Farragut h,,l :t',"rwati was as-
lature, why does th o governor ask th*. ivr ned to duty on Ih, Tashoria of the
latter to invemtlrate it ? Hais fiBroward .a,t gulf blo.a-kad: i squadron, under
abandoned his mposilion ? 'Tirne- I n1o1 I'aptain Semmrns lie resigned from!
Short-Talks the navy to t:,ke" m,rr nd of the< See-
A vry pertin-rt, qu(e.tion that, it, ond Florida IUnited .Su;.'- cavalry, with
let's ask mo)re of then to the- point the rank of ni:ijor.
S.'s ask ine wao a ,t W point 'I tenantt govern-
also i)id h riot alatrl'on his posi'. or of Fo(r .v (;ov. Hiurritoi[ Reed.
tion," too, wI 'n, after vetoing the and held other rriportant offices in re-
mne'xslJrii of ti*o latf 44-ssion of the I,'g.- construction day.'.
islat to be tur o th trwry, andtwo I rfi a.wil helriff of Leon county.
to <. turr., the other re'iqujring that books, pa.i'r, naia ,i for tnw' N,,ihrn district by
etc her under investigation of the' State I'r' ,. Audilor, that I did have- he .Sttl. A '. ii,t"11 sirve llf w.: i tnar'ri,-d it, I ondon t4 Miss
ditor do seom work : long that lin'; and I' ., ju,, ,r ,,I ond afterward
again, wh.en h e- mad Ih.* comIpre'"", '.% Mr,. 1:,i,z ,ith I I, Craft He had:
with the EIat (anal ( company, aft tr h, .F.... I.,, i,.. n ., Joephine
had also v toedl the' inesaureof the- l;i.,t ) ,1 'ri'.


insona'-ro at tr ijmmacn. vr-rle'I w iII
It, It is said, t14'(ill. eyc (of jr ;I'l.
sacri tk'le pr'iC'I',1) 'AIe ''bii iig'


MIlljJ


LJNEN8,


LACps and N(


AllCounterfett., Iumumj ,u.gnodw. are b

Experiments that trio-* 4WVger the heaSlth of
*In *. .a T hl1.---- ,*'--- d- ,si E perl..t


What Is CASTORIA

Caste la is a harmlein. IIb akw Castor Ol, Pare.
noue, "Drops and so ti ftrepe. It is Pleaant. It
contains neither Ophase 614hl mow other Narcotic
ubstance. Its age is i atee I destroys Worms
and allays Feverisbhness It ores Dfarrhwa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething yfoeblesp cares Constipation
and Flatulency. It gh t the Food, regulates the
4tomah' and Bowels# giving healty and natural sleep.
The Children's IPama.The 3lother's Friend.


O


,Good Juilgmuent


of such pomitlons" p -w-.ak dcn rly, t l:I i, the e<' rit tal 'kh r,, -Primtic of men
It Was a very 4: ,-y I hi1ig to do, wh. i ,',i worn ,i liv. .,I, to 'oodl jusi-
funds inl hi d lt l ',,;ii tJ t'4i low fo ) ii;try Y I 1 0' "M I ;i i (I I 4 to ht o .lilewive.es.
On operations of i n t I.ir down i ii it A worn r' Ahri w 'nl.l j;id: nmerit. when
S Everghtdi, 'h< ih ,v W ib,, V ,w .* in Verinituget forI
h',r ,);,b6v. ThI i,.o,, 'w rn n mel(di'-iniever
LITTER TO REV. MR. PATTERSON. otTfere'd 1, roPot",-i :l.inmy indeed are
tt i., t tt ,r H i';ille' li'ot r- %h v i writ, ''xpress-
Talliaht i e, Filnn. t.hr -ir rtli;iil', to, r the h 'e i t health
Rev. Sir- W,* loiil l i lkei to ask O', th,'ir chil:e hi, ,'' he ow' to the
your udvice< on it aerlai thiting doi,:' se of White'',, C ,r V'runiif, e. Sold
SWas it right or wrong? We shalli have' by all driuistm. *
Ap statn it, irln!inding the naes -
70, F. Dreicorn is a painter in LHoI- Card of Thanks.
yoke, Mass. John J. Donohue is an Editor True Denmocrat: Please allow
vrehitect, Splringfi hld, near by. I me, through your newspaper, to return
Donohu wash building, at. Holyoke, thanks to all who were so kind and at-
the loly Family Institute. letting th, tentive to men and mine throughout the
qrik by bids, as usual. Drei orn got sickness of my hus hand. at his death.
OW paint lob; the poiint was to be' lead- Maythe lord Wlest them all.
**Sofl. Mrs. J. M. Forbes.
But Drier'orn maid to hintelf; 'lead- ----. --- - -
and-oil lsn't half so goodi as ltevoe find As Interesting Amnlversary.
it costa more money, what shall I do?" Rev. W H. Carter, D D., Rector of
He painted Devoo; und, after the work St. Johns Ipiscopal Church in this city,
we one, told Donohue, dying : "if will leave on Sunday afternoon for New
0tt Isn't better thnn a nyl and-oil Yurk City, in ordhr that he may be
b I'll make it so." I) 'selt itat the 60th annivermaryv of the
a, W JDreihorn rivht or Win paint- / eta P'i Fraternity. The occunsiun is
.i.a laid.and-oil Jobh Do)v one of |pecinl interest to the Dr ai he
;'You ak how It turned f. This was im the only living' repre,'-ntative of the
A years ago. Now l)o'lpie has .n- charter memle.rs of the IFratt,'rnty, al-
.40 Job there, a big s .ition to the though it has grown to number forty-
f thoI lospitual;' and he (doesn't uak eight hundred n, t'nbero
for the puint dnn, Dt says to Dro.- |r, carter r will i hbwn' lw, wwrks.
o.wrn: "Go ahentul I)re' rn anid give me It. im :o hi. rewrctted that he will not be
I migood a jolIn you II; on the' Inisti- l'pre'o'llt :it lth l serie'4 o)f ,',r '4.:4 ti) bhe
tUte, Th at thbe tet paint jilob I ever held at St. Johun otn Mon.la ,x. T a-ily
w. i mrd W ri'li'.ly of ,i:ext w .'' ,illi-
The (.' itilo ionis,W 1Wat lh',iorn right haneesvoun will no, h.' ,it,''' a the
In painting l c.vo%, when he huld ng reed plensure .ria profit wi, whi l, l..y
to aint lid-.a d. oil?" lin ternld to ti e i a oi. ii ml u i iI t -.he [y
That imn "I eluite all. Le.i'ld-ii l.-il is of An'l,-do.e:aii Wei ,r' deiruq li- three
e*Xipeted to lant threi ye'a ns If I)rei- (hlyg vimit two yeur igo, <. j igf lr dl lbtt-
corn had is.ed flnd-,nil oil, t her would h. oo ki. have been anothe-r jol for him or Ct rme- antiipution, to his c'or e ', i'' :tiiing
btly elme. three v'arn sao. them.
W ais he rig l inl losing ithat job for The puillic iA n ,l t c',r,.li,:,llnvi ted to
h1m1elf or er,,t i,lnodly-.l.eh tlhr'eo ye.arn attend thei .'--vih-e. li.' we..-k, the'
t' hourss for w i hal will I' arminiunced'
The Inititutle to4 Slicsad COst 1l,(M i) thle pitil hias wer. ix -. I
|' ler.. when D)onohi i'e Vy "it's th' Notice.,
' t paint joli hJ .'v t' Ailw.. II' f h liil i All ehillren who wish to i,'rtiriltiteh
l Pd aled--end eoil, it wouhl i hav.' o. t in the (;ont l'ati'u de on May I.iy art'. re-
a t 2OUt ,22 ) for' the two pv iint i ,oh (. I\ i ii I, ntled Ito inel at lthe t''.-idele'i, of
IaMd thRee year l in'ld ie hllnirv ltor i Mr. L.tmar W.,llker ou Saturdav. ifter-
paintarain. t 'on, April '.iIth. iat fiounr o'cle ck


S uricorn t I K MIdI Cfl l o ines'n, iile
took the risk tof mnMkinig )DIIhomii. itin1lI
and king his businepa foreve.rr all 1,
PGlv the Holy Family IsMtitutte $1,21i,
bIde the fuss of a paint Joh.
ain Drlecorn right or wrong ns n
pairnter; and .which would ou p al it
your church, lead-and-oil or I evoe?
Yours truly.
V wW. bEVOE & O.
1 P. S. -(;ilrnore & Davis C('o. sell our
paint.


Doe't P.t Off
for tomorrow what you can udo today.
'" If you ritt off buying a bottle of Bal.
hard's Snow Liniment, when that pain-
omesa you won't have any buy a bot-
Stle today. A positive cure foir Rheuma-
tsm,. Burns, (uts, Sprains, Contracted
SMuscles, etc T. S Graham, Prairie
h Grove. Ark., writes: "I wish to thank
S* for the gool results I received
f' rom Snow Liniment. It positively
V sured me of lRheumatism after others
bad failed." Sold by all druggists *
Rev. Zed. Rssell Dead.
News came to this office Saturday of
oi, U sudden death of Mr. Zed. Russell
at church on Sunday April 7th. 11h,
was 80 yearn of age and had gone to
, divine service* tit Fort Bruden'l in ap-
Spearent good health that day, and died
i eddenly while eniraIe4 in worship. of
of eartfallure. He was a g(Kood and
sseful eitisen and had hosts of friends
who extend the d(epelt sympathy to
his relatives in their offlict ion.
Misses Mary and 'Alma DeCottes, of
Jtfkaonville, nieces of Mrs. Fred T.
W Myern, of this city, are visiting their
Mrs. Eugene Perkins. These
I ng young ladies are well known
us= aseeand are always sure of a


Mrs John I )enhamt) hhts rt'urne'I tlme'
fr'ii I''IHienolIa, Awhe-re'she hats hbeen on
It V;41i.
Western eats.
1 will h;ve,' at riv stili in the market
Tuepslays aind Frielays the best Western
Meats. F F. NIMgi.

Waited.
Two experienced sales ladies. Only
experienced ones need apply; no other
applicanta will be considlerel.
1-2t L.VY ltois.

TA K NOTICE
That I will preaeent to the Pardonlng lBiarI of
Florida, s the first Thurday .of June, 1s.7, uraA
orn thWefter as I may he harn. the a iolleoa-
tion of Por nAith for portion. The applicant
was convicted of murder in the first derrew at the
apringr term of the circuit court of ilon county,
Anyone dslrlng may than hp heanl mn the
merits itf Ilie ap|illraitme.
Diatel this ith diay of April. A. 1), liY.r
WI.LIAM C. HOI .KK
Attorney for loetiliornr.
TASK NOTICE
That I will sv>ily to the r'nloin ing board of r .r-
ida, gn the fi'rt Thursday of Juna. ItW11. or amm.ni
I her.after so I wam) be heard for a Parden for
James Elliott. who was conveitruf a the fall rol
of the clrerult court fo(r Lton county, in Iw of
murder I,, the first degrew.
Anyone desiriln may then INe leIarl on the mer-
itp tif the sppliatiion.
litedil thi. lhI la ofn At'ril. A P). I W.
.WILLIAM ( 1101JKlH.
~7-- Attorney for Petitioner.
G0ardlan's Notice.


M OTITh h. I E H E11Y 1 lImy after date I will make applh-atil* be.
ftoe the county Ji uJeof lon eiunty. lk'l Id
forpeormlsion tosell,. at private ,ale, the Intet
of Roy k. Bradshaw. miner, in and to the follow.
i irg-dwerbed lands: nw tt of nw uof 5,'5.S
townshlp 1. RangI t wont,
ANNIr EL. IRAnHAW
guardian of the te ta f ( If y R. ,ru4saw.,
nnaor


T


ENUINE CASTOR IA ALWAYS

B Bean thi s gna'ture of






he in You Have Al ways Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.


NI 6llntnu l*U Vl mlr, s ee aveerT Iai volr rev.






I IT IS THE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY I


OF THE CENTURY I


Twelve (12) acres of the very choicest farm-
ing land in Leon County, Less than P. quarter
of a mile of the City Limits; land fs all clear-
,ed, has twelve (12) fine Pecan trees on it,
just been fertilized, now being planted in
Tobacco, and is most admirably adapted to
raising all kind of farm and garden pro-
tducts. The place' is entirely enclosed with
IHo(, Wire Frl' nin;,. lHas good tenant house,
!a'.ge barn and! other u)tl-houses, well, one-
hor.Ac'wa;oii, :lmd all necessary farming imple-
meints; the entire place, including everything
I'ol' thele4xtrfn'l ly o l' plow of.$2500.00.


See


J. f. BERNARD


& SON.


Real Estate Agents.


Nor


Notige Ishereby glvea itoa&H creditor., Ifseee.
diimtrih tem'. and to all mp ns a MOng claim,.or
dsma=d scalrst the aftaae Nersi. hs do-
sIaWedlate lft*LOn cousat. Floridato'pmei
such vilam. or dewwU a dies o awwvad wnign Lm
twos rooT.from thim lam otuehw mw .rm as
Ap
0*0dR
"b -,i.


Utsanl a Prestat(,
My cleanmg l ad pressing businerT is
now carried on in the up-stainr par of
the Consteaumim bal.Mln. nearly oppo.
site the exprm ocee. Ala sample
linesof tamls m "ma Io-meaure
grmts (or ua 4fp
";.Uj1 puiAm
WIeM


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida..

Fancy Work Material a Specialty


!,





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GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HIMBBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT
may concern that a n guardian of theeate
of Lorena M. Roa. an Infant. I will make appl5ca-
tion to the county judge of Lenn county, Floida
at his officein the court house, In the city of Vl
lahaware, on Haturday, May 11. A. D. 1907, at tea
o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter a can be
heard, for authority to tll all of the right, title
and interest, to-wit. the name ting am undivided
one-twelfth interest r)f the eaiil Loren M: R
inf ant. in and to ccrtrain la mril -'utied, lyin tanm
-cini in the 'ourty of !don. '-Iate of Florida. de-
eritol an. follows, tr)-wit:
Allot fevtion thirty-four (t::i And alsoall of
ee'ti'in twvnfy-..'v('n, lyin ,eouth ,if the S. A. L
IN'l'vny. iud two narnmol : cti ii',n binK in town-
ship 'it, north, rnnep one eait.
The ..'-st half of the n-rtheait quarterr. The
anIst half t' .- nor'hwst ',vin't. The north'
weF-t 4tmart.r ,f thb notlh.ea. ,imrter. Thenorth-
east quarter of th'e 'mthwevt .tiarter. And all
of 'bst' ooilfhAlt 'ilearter of thpe outheastquar-
ter, 1 in n ,r'h of the- St. Auri.stine road. and a
of the .'o ttean.t o'uoarter of lthe -outhwept quar'-
tor. ;>ir. nr north of he, St. Aui'ustine road; all
lw-itw,' i prt'-tltn thr (6) in towrihip ono south.
ra iw-, oe i-.e. '.ni all that part of the weft
half of 'hf' r,,n-thw,,mt Oiuarter. and of the north-
weps ':iKrle r (if the sithwett quarter of said
ie tim !,r inf townhliii in(- --o- th. range .0
Post fitr-, ai'l. ait re not inriided in the follow-
ing im,,. i -w'it. etrin a' the northwest corner
of -;idl t'c-i,.n fotir nend then run 'aqt fourt.a
and r'r'-.-ciht Ine hu.ltreeit.xs ehahis: thea
-"uth to i ,t. A iiiu-t in riadjand then westerly
ahlonr th -aid.l St. Aivii,;-ir.ne r od to the weatemrn
hx)oiindiry line lif niii "f-vlionn four, aiil then north
on ai.di ct'io jtii ( to the, I'acv' of hbeinnlng.
Th1 ,' hl atrf f01e p r<-hweit quarter; and
th. %.,-' il:1fOf th>' w,-t Ini t. of the smouthwftg
,ioihrte'r of it-i -O.tt'1R,cnt i larttr of -section two .
ty-,one- i' tW'i. lhi. ,one H,oiiih. ranae one eaot
',. ,t-o.n,.t i*'",' T, 'r, in"drel and ninety-flve ej L
mr 4. 4.- lem. MAR(ARET R, ROSS.,
(t>inri..an ot if 1.:< tato o IA .,rna NM. Rosa. Infant.
SCURES i LOOD I, 111a 1 a 9 r
GREATST LOOD PURWIl
If your Wloto is impure. thin. diseased. hotor
fhill ,f humor. if you have blood poislon, naaer,
cartuncw,., teatinrn sore. scrofulha aeesems,.it
ing. ri.i-vie andl bumps, scabby, pimply slla,
Nine. pal,... eatarrh, rheitrutlain. or a n
dlseaae. take Botanic Blond Ba h (B. 8
?-..- :0 .or'. heal. acho andpais stop n Jtho
too. mdr pure and rich. Drugirs Sa-r ,h
nr'Pi t$1'r larwe bottle. Sample from bywhS
IlhXXod Balm (Cn.. Atlanta, C.a. B. B. a.Ibpe.
cially advi.,ed for chriie deep-seated easw i
cure after all else fail. 40-I.M
NOTICE TO OUR FRIENDS AND TBl
PUBLIC ENERAULLY.
Our Managier Mr. R. W. Cobb havingao h
stock in our company to Mr. J. E. MeNIair, w
the lst of April sevwr his oamectitn
buetiness. Mr. MeNair taking his placeas
We are roin to uphold our reputamimh
drugs. prompt sevie and aeenie amiii
urove our ser"ie wherever s a is fud
THE ONLY CHANGE IN TrH
THE COMPANY IS THE i
MR. R. W. COBB.
We nolieit a continuation of yoar val&Jd ---
are.
TALLAHAS8EE DRUG COMPANY*
NOTICE.
SNotc* is hereby hivn that tihe
County Cosmmiilkoterl of lo Af0h
will remive eaed bids at the IIII
until 10o'clok, a. in..Telam.
May, A. D. 1) 0. few the eauea
brtkid acrfum the Ok k
known as McCaI's L adI p
six 141 ,n township [p i
1f1 weast; the bi goft e be sit
cover art on the
the rt.iver. PlanM A
fr# of the county lrk
right reect ay a d l l
Attest: 1s, '
H. T. fLuoL, l .


Am Orwakoa
Amending Section 1 and 6 of Chap I
XIV of the Laws and Ordlfnen of
the City of Tallahassee, or ,
Adopted June 14, 19Q6.
Be it Ordained bhi thA C"tt Council of tIA O *
city:
SrCTI7N 1. Thnt Section I of adM Chapte 3
be and the same in hereby amended soas toa ..
as follows: .' N.
Sr.tioN 1. Each and every polleemaa of thl
City of Tallahassee shall also be anI ImpolNe .,
and the Mayor shall be empowered to apeltana .f
Irrmpounder with the consent add approval ot
City Council, for the purpose of enforeJEin t
provipn of this Chapter. That It shall bi the
duty of each and every Impounder to look up ad
impound any and all horses. mules. bulls,. owp, '
calvs. Igcats, sheep and hours found go igat
large, either with or'without a driver or other at-
tendant, or staked, in the streets. and to keep
them safely mpounddd until all penalties, eCate,
charges and expenses, including advertislain
hall have been paid, or until di.s)oled of, a he
inafter provided. The Impounder shall be ailt. .'' *
tled to the ftee of one dollar hereinafter provlie4
for each animal taken up and impounded, aseuh
fee to be tbe id by the owner of such animal. or out
of theproceeds of the sale thereof made In aecorsl
ance with the provisions of thin Chapter, and nsot 1
otherwise.
S8c. 2. That Section 5 of said Chapter XIV be
and the same is hereby amended so as to read as
follow.:.
Soc. 5. Any person wilfully permilttag any ,
horse, mule bull. cow, calf. goat, seeu. f a or '
other live stock to go at large. either with or wth-
out a driver or other attendant, or to be stkd, t. i
the streets of said city shall, upon conviction, be --
fined not more than ten dollars or Imprisonednot
more than ten days.
Passed by City Council of Tallahasaee, Florua,.
on March 28, I 7.
A. C. SPILLED,
President City CounciL
Attest-A. H. WILLIAMS, City Clerk.
Approved. W. M. McINTOSH, Ja.,
-&t M iYr. '


NOTICE


Yaeger Bethel Hardware Co.,

Gllmore & Davis Co.,

Tallahassee Hardware Co.


Will close their doors from

May I to Sept 1, at 6 o'clock p.m.

except on Saturdays.

BY ORDER OF THEIR CLERKS.


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Would'nt you lhke
your nickls and d
t of a si
Syou resist the tmptati


BANM
'ow sstth hai-

W4Y


W falh i N th Fe t.h i fev rqyone. who will deposit one ddr ad Iro"m e to
opt wth a witn thirty from Meeipt of bank. These banks. ad to you
T4I ounpI~ to now hbw oweM money you can save in five yee M kIng care
of yewr MIB hzs and dpoasitinlga 0n v e bank.
It is wise to save money k in the house, because there is loss by
thievew ad and besides it is 6not mak anytbnr. But place it with us and tit same-
tata Ty I per cent Interest on dapoita of One Dollar and upwards. Istere rid are
AMApr and October.
s we give a table showing how avngs will accumulate in five year,';gomputed en a ba-
sis of 18 workag days in the year, at 8 pr cnt interest.
Am't t ed. Interest earned. Total am't
10ec-r ay for 5 years ..-............... .--- ........ $11.14...-----... .......-..$1.4
9e ? y for 6 ya .. .... ........ ,00.--. ....... 22.28..----- -----....--- 85.2B
2kc wr cay for 6year--.................. ---------------------.. .. ....... 27.8.................. 419.10
0 r y for 6years----------......--..........---- .----..---------.......--...... 83.42..........-.........
W0e er)tay for 6years.................. lM..... ............. 66.70.......... .... .... 888.r0
100e 'r cay for 56years...............l.,00........... ......111.40.--....... .......1,678.40
The capital stock of the savings b ak is $0,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$860,821.19
Your business with us will be hldM rietl confidential.
Call and get one of these little baks whilethe supply lasts.


STATE SAVNIGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


G. X. LEWI& Vics-PiRidsnt.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.
.


W~eede of Chesa Pellats.
"Really it makes a man weary," re-
marked a citizen who formerly took a
ri t part in State politics but
who beame wearied with "cheap
-potles and retired from the game dis-
Sitd with it enervating cheapness,
S politieas as the fg ame i played today. I
once ht that Fslrida had many
bright an rshining stars whose effui-
S e scintilatd and sparkled in a way
hat eected glioy upon Florida. But
las Floridas glory has departed! In
its place has come peanut politics and
"eleap chollie" politicians whose stock
in trad i written in enduring letters
of bras. I sigh for the old days when
tha blood was mue to tingle by the
loquen ce of the speaker and the giand-
oer of his subject. And the men were
mret and grand In those days, and the
rallied to the polls with a hip, h
hurrah, and a tiger, bearing down upon
the eney, so to speak, in a solid ph
lanx. Ala and riak : Has Florida's
motnesm departed never to return!" -
palachicola Times.
W"
have a torpid liver when Herbine, the
only liver regulator, will help you?
T he t is no reason why you should suf-
for from Dyspepsia, Constipation, Chills
Sand Fever or any liver complaints when
Herbine will cure you. C. Waite,
Westville, Fla. write: "I was sick for
fe a month with chills and fever, and after
taking two bottles of Herbine am well
and healthy." Sold by all druggists.
A significant fact it is that more than
96 per cent of the school officers and
teachers are opposed to the adoption of
the uniform text book proposition, in
the shape of a state commission to con-
trol and manipulate such matters. They
took action against it at their meeting
in this city Wednesday. Will politicians
persist in trying to build up a political
machine in school book manipulation
4 against even the better judgment and
good will of the best educators? We
shall see! If they do, they shall answer
for it, most assuredly, when they ask
those people to vote them into office
again in the future.


"I Am Glad I Did It."
Andrew Sanders was a fireman on
the Northern Pacific railroad in Mon-
tana. He went out on a run out of his
turn to oblige a friend who had a sick
wife. The fast trains ran together and

Sanders was fatally scalded. An ac-
count says:
"He took the run for the day to ac-
commodate Fireman Taylor, the regu-
lar man of the North Coast Limited,
and he failed to heed the warning cry
of the engineer to jump when thber en-
gine crashed into the two engines pull-
ng the Burlington Flyer. Sanders was
pulled from beneath the engine in a
delirious condition and continued to
rave.
'Taylor, old boy,' he would shout,
'I did it all for you. You are a married
man and I am single. I can stand it. I
am glad I did it. God bless you.' "
There are many grimy-handed heroes.
There are brave men in plenty. Here
is one who was brave and generous to
a fine degree. He goes forth to oblige
a friend in distress. He meet with a
fatal accident, and while in the agony
of pain and the presence of death he
thinks of his friend and says: "You
are a married man and I am single. I
can stand it. I am glad I did it. God
bless you." He had made many trips
before. He could not know how this
one would end, but when it ended on
the edge of the grave, he cried, I did
it."
A sublime utterances "Greater love
hath no man than this, that a man lay
down his life for his friends."
His Dear Old Nether.
"My dear old mother, who is now 83
years old thrives on Electric Bitters,"
writes W. B. Brunson, of Dublin, Ga.
"She has taken them for about two
ears and enjoys an excellent appetite,
es strong and sleeps well." That's
the way Electgie Bitters affect the
aged, and the same happy results fol-
low in all cases of female weakness
and general debility. Weak, puny chil-
dren, too, are greatly strengthened by
them. Guaranteed also for stomach,
liver and kidney troubles, by all drug-
gists. oWec.
Calves for Sale.
Two graded Jersey calves, subject to
register, for sale. Apply at 308 Mon-
roe street. 8-tf


Cud of et mhematism.
Mr. Wnm. Henry of Chattanooga,
Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm.
"The strength seemed to have gone
out of the muscles, so tha t iwa use-
less for work," he says. "I applied
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped
the arm in flannel at night, and to my
relief I found that the pain gradually
left me aud the strength returned. 1r
three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
peared and haa not since returned." If
troubled with rheumatism try a few ap-
plications of Pain Balm. You are cer-
tain to be pleased with the relief which
it affords. For sale bIy Tallahassee
Drug Co. 0
Fertilisers, Fertilizers I
Now is the time to send in your or-
ders for Fertilizer for
Tobacco,
Cotton,
Corn,
Sweet Potatoes,
Watermelonr,
Sugar Cane, and
Vegetables of every kind.
See R. A. SHINE, Agent.
January 22, 1907-48-tf

SYRUP WANTED!
500 barrels of Florida and Georgia
Syrup. Must be put up in good, sound,
new cypress barrels. Address, or call
at LEvY BRos.,
Tallahassee.
Horses and Mules.
A fine lot of large horses and mules
now in stock for sale cheap. See me
before you make your purchase, as I
can make it to your advantage to do so.
A. ATKISON,
5-tf at J. D. Cay's Stables.
Mr. Frank Simon, of Monticello, vin-
ited the Capital this week.
Mr. Herman J)amon,who is now stay-
ing with friends at or near Woodville,
was visiting hi, home people and many
Tallahassee friends last week, and is
improving with the good old country
life.
For Sale.
Young, very high-grade Jersey ews..
Will be fresh'shortly. Apply to
8-4t G.H. Aprnon,


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.


THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED!

GENERALLY REPAIRED!


NEW HOTEL FURNITURE


The Very Best Service at a

Reasonable Price.


FRANK W. DUVAL,


.and Prop*


Electric Lights and Power.


The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of new cus- ,
tomers, and as the plant belongs to the citi-
zens of Tallahassee and must be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
levied on the property of every taxpayer in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are reasonable.
and the best of service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers .

To Put On Day Service
as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power.
lHeating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
0. OX472 .


BOARD


OF MANAGERS


City Electric Light Plant.


Fine Cotton Seed W. D. P rtorlus,


Funera Director


Cotton from the above Seed
sold last year at 121 cents per
pound, the same day that other LIcensed J
cotton sold at 91 cents, grown NEXT DOOR
for C. E. radley. Op Day a .
For sale by TALLAHA

VanBrunt & Demilly. ,-
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For Sale.
At a low price to a quick buyer, one
of two lots; fine location.
r,-2 W. D. WILSON.
Toe bat,
Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs.
W. G. Moor, 215 Virginia street. 5-tf


nd
Embalmer.
TO LIBRARY.
'huse 163.
SSEE. FLA.

om cot.
.rmm eutta-. with


kitchen and bath room wi a five
blocks of Leon Hotel. Rent, $14 per
month. Apply to
l-tf HOWARD GAMBLE.
Fresh Cows br Sale.
I have three highly graded, tresbJer-
sey cows for sale.
7 G. G. 0ulr.


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Jews 6. CI.a.mI. hlbtushr.
PUBUIAZD EVKRY FRIDAY MORNING

Circtt Ceurt Jurers.
The following list has been drawn,
required by law, to sr-rve as jurors
the Hpring term of the Circuit Cour
which convenes at the county cou
house on Monday, May 13, W19l:
0. C. Parker, I'eter T. Mickler
W. M. Cates, John (,. Hamlin,
Daniel R. Cox, Edlw. H. Alford,.
Jonah Britt, William E. Gray
iteh'd G. Johnson, Troup I.. Page,
Charles G. Myers, Herbert I'. Smit
.1. Ed. Whitehead, E E. Strickland,
Wm. J. Johnson, Joseph J. Ward*
lIee R. Seabrook, Geo. W. Grinsett
J. F. Whidden, Brady C.William
J. If. Williams. Jr. Charles C. Moore
Mumford Rus.ell, I'. H. McDaniel,
FAlwaird (. Crump, Henry Hawes,
John It. Bradley, William Atkinson
P' 1,. Iloatwrelht, Wright Gatlin,
.uarncm Iiolland, J. Frank Cochran
if. Brad. ('Chair.s, .1 It Coe,
J.,'eph I'. aum, IH. Garner
Capt. Coescil A. Bryia.


A another of the brave veterans haR b bee
Sallihd toanswer to the, last roll call, and
with the tattered remnants of a por
Iion of the Fifth Florida battle flag
re'stirig ovr his silent and loyal breast
the wildir of two wars no longer heeds
Iie' mornd of the reveille or awakei
from his dreariam of re.t to r,-'ponnd t<
the love stand venrirution of his fellow
soldiers arid friendin, but sleeps the
sleep of the true arid I thi brave
Captain Hryan was a native of Flor
ida; irn at Holmes Valley in 1W0. he
was 77 years old on the 17th of Janu
ary, 1!W7. The death of his belovede
wife two months ago completely pros-
trated him. This united couple were
within a few months of a half century
married, and would have celebrated
their golden wedding in the early fall of
this year.
At the beginning of the civil war
Captain Bryan enlisted an a member of
Company C, Fifth Florida regiment
Perry's brigade o(f Anderson's division,
and fought through all the important
battles of Virginia G(ettysburg.,harps-
burg, Manassas. etc., and was in the
trenches at Petersburg when the mine
was blown up. Hie returned from Ih',
war feeble In health, and was almost a
confirmed invalid for several years, biut
the upheaval of the country forced himni
to work, and, undaunted in spirit, he
toiled for the welfare of family and
friends G;i.neroum, churitabll aind ex-
ceedingly kind it heart, no appeal for
help was ever derniedI, and the ioor
could always expect assistance and a
cheerful response to their call for help.
Captain ryan was elected clerk of
the court in INMt and served almost
continuously in this office of public'
trust for 491 years the four years of
war and Republican rule4xcepited Inl
IW)i he was elected to t lordaIs gim-
lature, and was promin lin all plarin
for the advancement of te county and
town in which he roeided. Ca('taini
" Bryan was a Mason, also member aof
the Odd Fellows and Veterans, muid
these societies attendi'd his remains in
a body to Trinity Methodlist church,
where the funeral servicewm were( con-
ductes by the pastor, It'v, Ira S. P'at-
terson, and by the Masoiic order at
the cemetery In a inot int nretive ser-
vice A large' concourse .l friernda as-
sembhled to pay the last rites of affec-
tion and honor to this good, brave man.
and the teardrop of : ymn)athy attexted
the tsteem in which he was held Icy
this community.
Captain aryan hleuves one daughter,
Mrs II. A Mtgitrnics; two grandchil-
dren, II A. Megiinninm and It'rshe Me-
.inniss. and four great grandsonsr
councill firvan, T'l'holi Myvr... Hugh
Archer and Illenrvy I'hIlner, .Ir bae-
sides a number of friils and re i'laitives
to mourWn his lOhse..
''No l ir e w'laci i t 1m .. .. o
ITh iall thel -,sIr iuim ii f,,.'
W hlu l," y Ini i I Iti,. r 'tII' i i, i l, 1 1 1 '"11o
.ivll "1l ih,. J (.Ifhe,. , ),I,,
'tin rt. ne, er ii e fi' lie,' ,

A Criminal Attari
on llan inolfensive citlizei i frc'iuitiitly
made' in that apparently timl-ls hlit ale
tubtle called the 'a pendix." It's g'rn
erally tie' result c protralrted const ilia
tioni, following liver tor|ior. Dr. King'
New Iife Iills regulate thl liver, pire-
veint ippieindlicitis anid 'aminblish regular
habits oif the' liowals,. 2sci at all ldrug-
S gists.
Senitir C'rewivs imhde' ai tight f(ir iand
POIss'dIl on Weidnle',dMy hin SentrteIt ill
No 7I', whwieh givis' the countycomrniis-
sione'rs nmr I(rpowc'r in a ssesing an I in-
creasitu \sn!,i's i n lersrfinitl property
''Th i' le'i IttI t' could ill n o mnitinner
Il)Seind iH te'w tflitiaaiil dlohll.ars iof tile
IlM plWO.'s un leY tiit'r | IIIIn*IN :' than
n renewingl til' itpropiration for pay-
ing pre'inviui tat l iti state fair, ac re'-
qUesatecl by the ltat' fair ancMI iatioin.
The irintinenuse1 I'itefit, tIic hlth ral ehicai-
tion beIstowdI, by the fairs nalreldy held
are arguni'nit e'lIiIh to cnnil il' any
unpre.judir'd nman. 'i'anmpa 't'int n
To that thie're may arirs an hicct!at
difference of opinion, for anuny Vlioridl
plans tlwlieve it wioutli e' juslt i|i re'aisni
able for any ot lhr, r ei'very ,lihar,
county irn the State to, ask foi cn-ilari
uppropriationm, ituld if they did. cald all
Sof them were' givt'n, w'hi re would tit'
money corae from. Let inueiiay Ie' map
proprlatec for advertising I"loril iin a u
way that will tend to give us niorc' and
better advertising generalIly abroa.I.


he L w I 'ell sr ic'tc Itt t., Ii , 4, icc ', Iif .t ;nialh,,i, would gIive the children
Spe.I k well ,of it It Is tri.e p,;at halt i tI1t'. i,,k :t r,. a year of power, and
te, 'and l. tur ow ti t. s itti ti ,Itel r tb..y doing so, If North
ee.-t thaat .e r ie. :h to in shiul Il.*',t .,i,,,lnai hi, saved money in books
cvTi rv4 c'-tit', il, li,, J,,%. hln her law was enacted,
'1 a' killu, of his m i liy I *'' .I: iL | lit h.ir u ti Iill the machine shows its
non (olor,' i). l:net Sundlay 1 liti ht, rl.it% I, 'ii, ri mier that another scheme
the diirct ,utconie of pulat rnizirl an; i In Fl, ril, i \.. the adoption of the dis-
drinkinjr In ald t ,ger whisky Fr>I haIt in,.mar) hl fri,,m South Carolina, and
wei can I'orn oIt the uf:r;r tli helln had I,. te f cI .al suggestions. St. Aug-
bi>e is 'aid to have ti'en runm ruig it hn til 1
o|len dat)r.. alimnst. if int quitl', l'lit Gentle aad effective.
which no aIkenr secms it, koiw xi t
it Fre'nchtown. just oteltside Ihe l ie A co .1I k. uin Manitoba editorwrites:
limits. lhe .weht honm, Ito,,Il w ith "A i ain Iesn.. worker I find Chamber-
and found the father, it is .ail, ialso latin; Stliach and Liver Tablets in-
full nald with a Imttlte n a tahle.. A .eluatoh.- f,,r it touches of biltouaises
ldilflit*' an1d tAicsl fullow',le. ft1- s,;on l nisutuial t.> --eeintary life. their action
maulcdt the f r he u tru-k ac, k. Ntjl the being get lh', and effective, clearing the
lleath followed. An in.ipest a. ha.ld digestive tract and the head." Price
Iby budgett I. A. Meginniou. anld l.ee is 2A cents For sale by Tallahassee Drug
held in jail for a preliminary trial (Co. Sample free.


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%. sat U er **. yeleo
I)r. Yocum, head of the department
of education, has arranged for a series
of lectures upon subjects of special in-
. terest to teachers. The first of theas
lectures was given by President Sleddthe
his subject lbein The Ph S hon
feision.' lr. .ledd took tw h,' w hf
a ground that only those perses bw Captain Brys1 1 ws Is
at qualified educationally, eslbined wf lord and wa
rt an irreproachable mora ter oles Valley, jar.ua 17, .
rt a great spirit of self-t graduated from Cokebury
enter the teaching th Caroha, after wh
s, seeking riches as we lmI as hos kn home (TalMahaee) and b s
a soft snap inthe prof ia ilmed At Uoutbreak of the civil
8r to disappointment. W teach"' listAed sad was made first Iaa t
, rer would be dear at p4ir~, the ma Compnny L, Fifth Florida B M lq
jority are doing i htl rahI e of work which company Governor .
h, for very low pay. T .eraugeyearly ham was captain, and ty Governor
pay of a teacher in riida v g7 mar, (father of Hon. W.
than the yearly pay of a tonvict, while was then colonel, and the waa
it is less than haf that of an average Perry's. Captain ryannerh v"Y l ll
s, negro laborer. NevesthlesJ, Dr. yledd the war and fought in all the mportat
e, held out gret encouiement to young battles in Virginia. For bravely and
men wishing to enter the profression in distinction, he received the prrgo
the forcible manner in which he. showed to captain. At the close of the war he
i, the great speritul reward in tha con- returned to his home, broken in health,
sciousness of th, great mental and ,uL brave in spirit, and in 1866 was
, moral u lift iv f to f ollow man, arah elected to the legislature.
ia the feeling mental power that Captain Bryan received his first corm-
com.s from honet preparation for the sion as clerk of the court of Leon
work. county, October 15, 1855, and served
The second lecture of the cries was almost continuously for forty-nine
given ty pro Ilotor I he subject years, but few instances are in record
j 'The fpectrosnco-i'. The announce- where an official has been honored by
. rent of a lecture' by Dr. Hnton isl- as many successive terms, and there
c ways a pleasing 'nrie to the students, wre o,ny words of praise and eommen-
. and they greeted him with their usual nation for his faithful service, and he
Is lua and enthuitAttic attendaric. hld th seemtee, confidence and affec-
SMrs. Schrnidt and Mr. (r.row hav,. ti,,t of* ai4 fellow-citizens until life's
b l as a variation to th, iecture- prnorams O,hl-r. (id Fellows and Veterans, who
"he number ,pr nrited ICy Mrs. ( r,, 'attlndild his remains in a body, and the
gave repreEmr.tative c omposit inm frnir funeral from Trinity Methodts church
E. En lish, Scotch ;Ge'rmain aid Fre'rich Friday afternoon was large and impres.-
4. authors. ,ivt. The services at the church were
. The course of study in thfe depirt- conducted by the pastor, I1ev. Patter-
Sment of agriculture has been revised so son, and at the cemetery by the Ma-
that the students entering the suh- s4n1 The pall-bearers were : Hon. A.
freshman. year can get sonie work in C. Croom. A. H. Williams, Dr. W. E.
agriculture. This provision was made< Lewis, J. W. Collins, Charles Monroe
in order that sonwi professional training and G. E. McGriff.
f can he immediately given to backward (a ptain Bryan leaves, of his own
students from the farm who might wish fmiy, William W. Smith, a hal
to enter lthe< olleg f ta riculture nd brother, Mrs. Jose' h Bryan, a sister-in-
f work their way through. A short law, Council A Bryan, Jr., Wm. T.
t course in agriculture hViA also been re- Bryan, Fletcher Bryan, Hugh A. Bry-
videdh, tcnsisting of two years work i an, and S. W. and, T. H Crichlow,
practical studies. The only re.quire- ,te.phews, and Mrs Eurenia Bradshaw,
ments for oalrihion to the sI Irtcour-e Mrs Jennie Howell, Mrs. Wm. H. Al-
larec a thorough knowlhet-e ofI the corn- ln and Mrs. John (;G. Collins, neices,
n. m sn chool iat'rch.e tndan ,.,ititt al.- aid a number of their children, to
Ssire to profit ly the work. t ourn his taking away, and thousands
l>r. Sledd r.ce.rintly gave a talk in the if friends who loved him for thecount-
chapel in which .i some, interest 1in1 l I| ,,s number of good deeds he did for
instructive statistics were. preset, hi.s f.llow-mrnan any time occasionn arose
While ouIr atLeLifidai'e i not as great ;s for it.
it. ought to h,', in vie'w of the itic.ril
provision mitile by Ihte state' indl ni The School In Politics.
r tional gicv'rnframerits fir higher ediittca
Slionl w hvrnlv ri firale hitd-i'r 'le int iilvof Jeffermonf' axioms was, "Hap-
attendance her-r in proportion to, thli thhe people that is least governed.
population of i lorida thatn are in at tel'n liti the Republican party revels in pa-
dance at the State (Iniverjitit, of t(rnitlism, multiplies laws and glories
Texas, Alulitrna or T"'nn.msse.., in prot- in putting the c# ntral government in
portion to the population iof tIh ltlit, pla(v of state and parent. After a
states. Another inte-resting tfctl pre. citiry of experience which should
sented, and one perhaps neot 'enorarll' have> It.aught us how to govern ourselves,
known in the state,, is that the staft. of wl, finIl the country full of federal in-
Florida huis e This year in thle ainiite'l ciiii4. $ofl the.' llr r ,aeIts, see that nothing goes into
i ynivermity, the remane tlr ,of its rn- t"ll mails to hurt us, and sets up a
rilng expenses raetng provide lve rli.- tir, si,iint tc each our legislatures what
nrttilonul governrm nt. Thlie' r,',-nt .i-. tIo approve.
lature in Miossuri aive< OVe 4$?S1 ,(ti, I't'rhaips the. nation likes this sort of
the universilv of 'insoliri i t. be expel i thini Biut we have always understood
ed during thli next tw. v ir .t t.iu< -. that. Flohrdla w'tu democratic, till we
providing uan eili valen t s-qtiin nr elcth, fi. inl lo u r.-.rve's in the grip of a gov-
state in ist i nuftns criinhr who cnsirlers .yciurgus the wis-
est <>f lrawrn.kcrs and is anxious to set
s.. .i J1 i ", 1 a" nia(hiin'. after the manner of
Mrs .1 .. aI ,ii r ,,el ..,c k ,ii, il. Ili,,,c ,,.vel The man who would
visiting rlativet and ft,,'. I f Ir .erulh thoe school or the child by build-
irlhot i whilr r n the(r i t. 14f i tr- a ie.,|li ti.al machine on them would
uest Ait her broth rt nd wr. -, li.;14w ,I i,, e t,,h. ,Ilan the humorist who gladly
Mrs W A e.t his wif.'. relations to the war,and
WANT I-.l-- umrna r < li.. eh.lr red fil. lik, I.yi'urgus, who insisted that babies
shady pidace- ; n11 n4 i|iwtil s1 |lhnlv sihoult ie grown only for soldiers. But
chickens( milk, e'ggs, v*':'l'til. ; I ro' l the pri'S q, itiion to give us a school law
rooms ; horses und ve'hicl'es. ii in;i t like that of North Carolina is immedi-
line 14. A. I. MaM. .I. .I. WII.I I. attely suspi eiotis, for the unique feature
ri-Im l,loyl, l'la. eof that slatiita of so-called uniformity
Mr. Willie Di)ickey ia:. liven visiting in t.ooks is th h creation of a board ap-
his Tallahassee friends aicaititlis we'ek. pointed hy the. governor. Instead of
lie and Mrs. T. I Str.cklandl andl othtr !this, soernI, alvicate the South Carolina
relatives have the dee'lest .Vniipatlivy in law, which ives the governor the ap-
thedeath of Mr. Autatuis Ine'ka.y, cin t mia'rent of the state school board
Mexico, whither he had goni,. ir''ni, ,n l lod he .es all power and funds in this
Ianied by Mrs. Julia T'rice. to join her i|'jcinl'tive Ioard!
iushhand, Mr (.Gorg, T1i tilI' thlt lie rnilght grr se'tter oaf iroin Mr. (.eorge Tric''l'uresiu ; bi'rosa h c 'al r 'gtat ;an I th. funds in the hands of
lIih' saiI tintllig'ienc' of hit s .eath. and ome nte e' l':,. .it l hority for the mana-
his riiun nil will Ie' iereniglit lioiii tccr va.rs ote ;a st .ia machine. Good books
internment ar'e Ihitt, r lth;i cheap books; but those
ArchdiHea'ni Wc..,l...r will piret.tlh i en j" t el*. hc, s a. *pnets in a scheme which
St. .lhn's chrih. onii M,.i!,av. *ie.s.d;ayv im ic''i;t*, > *e'.troys the value of all
arndt W a.lti, ayv. April *., "'t andI "-'. !ht Ic i ,s r ,w in the hands of the chil-
lirst s.'r' ie oi Moiel.i, Apriil 2'.2, tt dirIn .p.ak a. rlassly this loss is eati-
7 :t p I whn nti ce l g ivteun af inutil by n**, teacher as equivalent to
tin>" of ,thl.r M.lvie,. '."7 **1 $ 4oo.,,tr t l,..rein with. It would take
.'. ars of sH~ ,viL to give back that sum,
1 Vualdasta l'ari ,,,,,. ,,if lie, very if tall that aimedd for stateunifor-
h..: little' daily pi,:r.l' ,itl ,-clce Il I t hi mnity wire' je. titied by the event. If
S i i. si.y It h ...* te .1t e t i ia t it r ..'e ,,'hii were the object, why
atowc, hn le' ltc ah,* i, t. A t i,,,:> c., l not ,,!. th, e;.,,rgia plan. which con-
a d ira'hs pt h.', is 1,.. ,Ai \ o.. icl,- t ,l fe" iemirair p aer and binding to
sna ',I. Everv Cttixeri Ir ii t t l{1ii e..i, j a' x Iucnsa' ,if ,'hanging the tr xts.
in' t edIt n its cr al \t i i rothn that would fasten on us
i t. r. y jf p lithtsl,' 'iatl hine woukl ba' cheap.


I


The same Furniture for leM Money.

If you value your hard earned Dollar

it will pay you to examine my stock

and get prices before buying. 1 I

have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds. Will exchange

New Furniture for Old. j Give me

a trial and be convinced.


TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


C. B. SAULS,


P. O. BOX 210,


J. M. SAULS


SAULS BROS.,
TALLAMASSB, IPLA.,1

General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting _

Buildings a Specialty.

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


Have You Seen

Our Toasters?


You can toast four pieces of Bread, on
both sides, in two minutes. On sale at
the Gas Office, 30cts each. Let us send
You one now. -


0 0 &

Gas Company.


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An ounce of Pre-

ventlion is worth a

pound of Cure.






Is ;rorfth -re to oneo health than any othor Im( Jicneknotwm.
Do nat "L Syou stomach with arsenle, calomci outnine "d
d.lutat!* te ee .leaving symptoms that It as yeas to
obUterate. nfIto U ipurly vegetable canuLatnLng nodtg
injurious, amd is a gentle harmle purjaUve.
CURES CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AM"
FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA.
RIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morriaou, Klarlr.imno, Fl[. write.: "I hav
ujed several botti s of Herhlnt. myself and have adve
TevtraI .f m. frti ads to ,a e* .re. I have found It to bb
lthe bee;lS rijiln, Ifr tUBA. , ,verused. Itaotgeab
ly at the ,aI ti jo th! a u0 : .;' .
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sonraatI 4. 7 At.
hakae on the corner of Monroe )
stm occupied by Mr. S. C. THE
ht e at Saturday at DU VAL BROS* CASH STORE.
spark falling on the roof,
t the damage was but slight.
-Uttle John Gamble was recently bit-
tr a dog, but the fear at first en- %.A
S that the dog might have been
Ad was removed by a scientific exam- ..
tetion of the animal's head, which was At College Last Night. teacher in the School of Fine Art to Committee of high school principals Florida Mutual uInsrwace.
entJ to Jacksonville for the purpose. The campus or the State Col lge for p reform pleasingly under tryi.r, cir- appointed to dra ft a. course of study for ; President L. N. Milam of the Florida
For anything you want in the line of Womunl was the rendezvous or all th,- ,umstanc-s, ae lst night' proram; high .cols. ,Mutual Life AL seiation is in town or.
'Ml's Furnish wings, go to Burns & Co. visiting men in the city last n.rht. Th,- dtnonstrated, and around amid over all State uniformi. discumsed at length ganizing a special Tallahassee division
is ses Sara W: Partridge and i- wrd campus is usedadvisedlv, for tiere the great need oa more modern and and the convent on went on record as of his company.
i es r is no one room, or even one biildi. ut comn.wieui group of buildings t carry opposed to the s. u. THe has succeeded in getting very
both B. Turnbull are attending the Mis- the inadequate plant of the C(,ller on the work of this rapidly growing The Humphrie4s scll hill concerning strong organization, with L C. Yaeer
e lateary meting avt fQuincy this we-ek th.'.t ill accomcedate the l rge crw'i 'and popular State Institution With text books was approved and its pas- as president; Prof. Arthur Williams,
ef -latter will visit friends in Tallahas- a.ttractAd there to take part in and pn- proper facilities the enrollment of un- sage recomen led. secretary and treasurer. Dr W L.
on' before returning home.---Monti- joy the concert and reception given by ward of two hundred this yar could Among the ri, hlutio)ls adopted was Moore, Thoman H. Bvrd, b. R. Cox, R.
Sllo News. President Murphree and his faculty in he more than doubled another year. the following: tl<'olved, that wo, the J. Evans and A. A. Murphree as direc-
'. Freh shipment of Huyler's Candy honor of the delegates to the Coun-t y ^ *... school officers and teachers of Florida, I tors.
just received at Balkeom's Drug Co. 6 School Suoerintendent of the State The School Conventlon. in convention assembled do condemn i This i a simple, safe, cheap plan 6f
The ladies of the Presbterian church other school officials, and the member The annual convention ot county any and all insinuations that reflect ; ome protection. We think our people
ladivean iof te ream ad cake festival of the Legislature. ber.uperintendents of public instruction upon the honesty of the same.' Will do well to go into this division.
SThrday, A rl.2th on the court t Th(e concert, given by the music facul. *d other public school officials, which The final session will act on several Look for their large advertisement,
I lawn. ty and the teachers okexprebMon, a.- assembled in Tallahassee this week, resolutions, pending before the qonven- Good, live agents wanted. Address
Sr Htr.cted about ten time as many people. was a notable gathering of as fine a tion, the result to be given in our next L. N. MILAM,
ditor J. Holland Starbuck, of the as the little chapel of the Collee I body of citizens of its size as ever met issue. 8 Tallahassee. fla.
rlandoDemocrat, spent two days in would aibi hold. The audience I in Florida. The attendance was rather'a
S tlahseef last week and made the crowd into t halls, and scores en- unexpected goodand the several sea- Dr. Armstrong, the well known ee Mr. and Mrs. Chittende, of East
T' e Democrat a pleasant visit. hanynevthe philithfion... r......
Tr Demorat a pleasant visitjoed the program from the windows sions,with M. Holloway, state and nerve specialist of Jacksonvile, Park Avenue, have just had a most .
S Mrs. Croom Herring Curry, formerly and other points of vantage The pro superintendent, presiding, and Superin- llmake a of on t to Talla yable visit from their cousins, Mr
"of Talahasee, now of Tampa, was gram rendered was especially attrac- tendent R. L. Turner, of Citrus, and haee th rt Mon and
S"married to Mr. Win. Mundee, of that tive and was greatly enjoyed. R. E. Hall. of Dade, as secretaries, month, The l e a Con n rs
", dto the nigit of the 14th inst. Mr. Immediately following the concert were largely attended by many inter- eye l scnticlly ft sped e nroute to Nrth
Mrs. Munee will spend a few days a reception was held n East Hall. tested outsiders. Thirty-nine county tedwhen needed.fter spend winter on the East
Atlantic Beach, but will continue to President and Mrs. Murphree, Super- superintendents, thirty-seven members Mrs. Emm-,t Smith and Mrs. Janmei tConst, and we r edwith Tallaha..
aside in Tampa. intendent and Mrs. Holloway and m'm- of county school boards, and thirty or ;Turnbull, of Monticello, are guests of! see's location, nry and elimate.
VJ. W. Williamson, of Clearwater bereof the fucully received informally more teachers were present. Mrs. A. L. Bond. The selectionof aloStionherefortheir
SHarbor and Editors W. L. Straubh and In entertaining theirguestithe"Colk-.ge There were interesting opening cere- General Ellis, Mr. and Mr. W. M. winter home is amonthepowibilitii
WB.B well, of St. Petersburg, who people" were ably assisted by the resi. monies,including an addressof welcome Mcntosh, Jr.. Mrs Arthur Spillhr and Mr. o)ude is one w aven'spHop
b ave been to the Capital to see that dents of the city who are interested in by Hun Fred T. Myers, representing Mr. P T. Nicholdon. have the d.eepei t ul:tr rt rcd lbusinws nim.
illyborough was properly rnarvd, re- the progress and welfare of the isti- Mayor W. M Mclntosh, Jr,, who wa.s sympathy in the death of their father When : Suit is needed if Fit, Sle
tur sredhome last Satu car re tuition. out of town, and a r-sponse by Super- and uncle,. Dr. Nicholson was a per-I and price ar, any considerationrdr
SThe dining room of the college wa: intendent Sct, of Bradford; and on feet Christian gentleman, aiul thethou- from liHrnis & Co. who represent the
Mrs. Judge E, C Maxvell, ot Pensa- converted into a reception hall ahind I Thursday afternoon Attorney G(.noral s;ifnd of ood deeds; h. ha:s io, in this ii, ar. t M rchant Tlailoring etabliBh.
cola is visiting in the c 'y this wetk the presented a beautiful plc ture. At jt. Ellis delivered :an ainirable addre-s. l ife,. will live and brinv ft'r' firtl ,t in the country they cannotafford
guest of Mrs. John F. Spears. lie south end the receiving party was ltiving the adetais of letislatio ) whi hiith ghf ti the tlas. 'I' T, T' itl to r i mistakes. 8
Capt. F. 0. Helndry is visiting his grouped; hilf waydown the ro',m t,,1d no recommended to the legislature al-. rat will publish mrl'., f tI il- ," te lai' M' Walter I.. T:aylor is spending
host of old time T Irllahas.4ee friends. the punch table where a m'r excellentt lowing counties to i.-o bond- tor l t '~' go, d mar in fuar i u,, ,.~ ,,i,. vs with lis hosts of Tallahassee
fruit punch was served by MidI s Na)s)h, ere tion of school h,, i-.s, to *. s| :l,- i-- . fI r, ilii f:iily v will return home to
The Quincy Time. has the following, Miss Williams and others. At the Inonted by the inv\..tment of :tLat, Odd Fellows Anniversary. ,1, until tht (lnnony he is manage
of nephews of ou:- Mr. H. L. Gregory : north end of the room was located the school funds in s uch linids. A ,riiiiiint- LI ,(l LodgI e N,, ..1 I u '., '. |)il thin la nice residence at
dA new tirm will throw open its doors chocolate table, in charge of ivi-s. 4. I) tee was appointed ,, draft a bill along meet at their 1. .' ..-.r n. l.i",ia 'v nv, ,w in Gadsden county. Our
S and unfurl its fla- in Quincy on May Chittenden, who was aided by a ,corps these lines. evening, April 2th, (. %1: i; l 1,d ) a i ; E"l*l anr much pleased that Walter,
1st. The style of ti, ftirmn will be L. of attractive and efficient young ladies, A special sBHssiri was also e.l ,.lebrate the iLh nna,\mv..i-rv ,',t tl..' with his family, are to reside so ner
B. Gregory & Bro., d the location, studv nt. of ti Colle4,. Wdnesdav eve.iiign li nteresenrtiv rder n America. 'fr ,ne, s itn th1ir old home. and all wish them much
' *the old racket sto;e s r',d. Their line It would be difficult to estimate tl l Hall, very latrely .n-nded bvy itize. Order n America r t irl and all wish them m
S sill be aJts' furnishing Kgoods and number who attended the concert and and members of th Legislature. at delivered \, hlon. 1. 1r 1 ,,. -,,i l l it-h Grad,. Shccarried in all sie
shoes. aesirs. L. B. and H. L. Greg- reception, but it is safe to tay that which excellent an interesting ad deliver. AflOdd F]i w :M. N-i. .l yl e Shes carried in all usiv
S ory are two of our splendid vuung men, more than five hundred people were on dresses wtre m;lt' 'pon educational othOe;. AflOddh L".tw-. A u :, ,',, -ri- illx ,t'l by Burns &h. o, exclusive 8
and will do a fine husines.' the campus, not including the two hun- subjects by ltRev. (. C Carroll (f br fthe .;%li t. l, i l y dlt rigv .nts for Tllhits rd
dried young ladies of the Colloge Gcala, and Conkr.- siman Frank (Clark hd Fellws in th.. ,,i' ,Ii K vo .1. B. ruett will preach Sunday
h hese young ladies did all in their pow- *f the Se.onl Distri. '. delightful music vii a tnd erigt. l ; .t. f at the Fi st .li.ttist church at 11 a. m.
er tA er to make it pleasant for the gu1,. ofbe being furnished by th' musical d-part- t.%nil b ,t a.'i d . f Ilie of ar7:4,-1 .m.Subjects of vital inter
C A S T O R IA tp evening, even to the vac.tin m of ment of the FlordL F' ma e 'lege. et to all. Every body welcome.
'r uhts/"an4 0 ^tAT Atheir seats in the chapel to make room On Thursday eve~, a brilliant recep ilI o to HBurns & Co. for Men's Fur-
71 m iAutan d loUU lfor the school managers a,i llIv makers tion was tendered the meml-"M ,,f1 Clif- nishings, every thing now, the latest
l I i U Yeu s il Alwsm The evening at I olege for the convert tion, h b slators and c ti- r N 'l. oft.:' L :'ll, dlaughtMers. (lit- nis ng ferhiong andw, l at re lats
Wor, len demoni. srated many hings ze olege, f whcultw 4te r if e S.-n.,to:" W. M Gi r;. rdo.au. have been ale pries
a t o1the c3 among which m be mecntioned the nded a nd heartily enjoyed. visiting their Tall.as.. relatives and The I,arget auld m"lost Attractivelinl
J of 44 W ability of the of cerm and faculty toe ate dead at l lnoyed.g friends. and Messrs "Enton and McCall of Nvckw;,.r in> (w >ty >s now carried
Mlgatwe of dispense hospitality, the ability of th Among the official proceedings of the It ind. d Me Eaton in th i ty i w carrt
rot ivention was the, following: spent Sunlay in th- city lr & o.


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Missouri State Life Insurance company
St. Louis, Missouri
Shows 600 per cent Gain in four years


Extraordinary growth of this Institution whose home officee is in St. Louis, ascribed to Model
in that State.


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Insurance laws


A Southern Institution, Managed by Southern Men and Investments all made in the South.
All policies Registered and guaranteed by the State of Missouri, which gives the Policy holders absolute security.
All forms of Policies written, with no Re.strictions, and liberal surrender values from the first year.
I am glad to inform my Friends that I ha\e at last, succ-eded in getting hold of this Magnificent Company, and
if you are interested in Insurance don't fail to s.-ee me and investigate these Contracts which are the ES;T that can
be be had.


Men of ability and IntegrIty
wanted as gents.


Ohas. G. Myers,
General Alent,
Tallahassee, Fla.


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part bof ~ os be appointed to Inves.,
tagate We tsinterest therein, an'd
rom -A-aiedtons andglad-
o@. ewm tion adopt ruh


tion was lost by a vote of 14 to 16, an
notice was given that a reconsideration
,of the vote-by which the resolution wa
lost woulI be asked for.
Special order on Senate bill No. 133
by Senator West, was then taken up
is Is the bill to authorize legislative
committees to require person apea
ing before such committees to dislo
upon oath what interests such person o
persons represent, authorizing the ad
ministration of oath in such cases, an(
providing a penalty tor false swearing
in such cases. An amendment offered
by Senator Willis was lost. Senate
rammel offered an amendment to th
effect that the oath so administered b6
reported by the chairman of the corn
mittee to the secretary of the msenat
and the clerk of the house, and tha
such oath be recorded in the Journals
This amendment was adopted, and thd
bill referred to committee on engrosner
bills It will then go to the calendar
under head of bills on third reading.
House concurrent resolution No. 11
for appointment of committee to visi
convict *amps was read second tim4
and adopted.
The house concurrent resolution No
12 proyindg for appointment of com-
mittee to draft reapportionment bil
was adopted.
House concurrent resolution No. 14,
providing for delivery of bound jour.
nal, etc., to members after close of
session of legislature.
Messages from the house were there
taken up, and house bill No. 176, pro-
viding for new boundaries and number
of wards In the municipality of Jack-
sonville, was read the second time by
S title, third time In full, and passed by
vote of 23 to 0.
House bill No. 170, ratifying incor-
poration town of Bonifsy; rules waived,
read second and third times and passed,
18 to 0.
The president announced Sanators
Crews and Massey an members on the
prtof the senate to visit the insane
t committee on education asked
that the two uniform school book bills
be ordered printed, and also the bill for
reduced cost of text books.
S On motion of ena West. of the
O gtt the senate adjoutrn until 3 p. m


HOUSE.
Called to order, Speaker Eugene Mat-
thews preolding. Roll call; a quorum
t. Pryer by chaplain.
bill o. 40 by Mr. DuPont of
sst. i. nst free distribution of
by United States agricultural
M a, and emnd the money in-
SIn distribution of valuable
&W anWricultural literature. Mr.
t a& brief speech in favor of
Maroknlw Mr. Crawford of Orange
e a qtost the adoption of the reso-
DuPont spoke again, very
iii l*tI lly. Mr. Watson spoke
resolution; laid on table.
II No. 41, by Mr. Faulkner
Tayl t ihat all measures appertain-
to temperance be referred to com-
ea temperance, irrespective of
OWl thley contain Opposed by
Williams of St. Johns. Mr.
explained the resolution,
was lost.
bill No. 42, by Mr. Paul of
relative to meeting of house
b adopted
bll No. 43, by Mr. llaggett of
mbia, providing for nix journals to
S p ed on the desk of each member
day the remainder of the sessiion;
ted.
house bill No. 44, by Mr. Dudley of
Hllsboro, relative to committee clerks
Sgand attaches of house of reprienta-
tives keeping secret confidential mat-
tern relating to house; adopted.
House bill No. 46 by Mr Dudley of
HillObIo. separate clerk for committee
,1 on education. Motion of Mr. Willis of
Levy to lay on table. Mr Dudley spoke'
in favor of the resolution; tabled.
house luill No 46, by Mr Wilsoni of
Herniatido relating to cimmittie ntre-
iports. Iallotil
HIoius' m ,rnorial No 2, by MMr
Hooker orf i ot, neimnorializing con-
i' lmpr vciK'tenieit ,, Ih hlt Iatl' harbor; <'eio
mi'rr,1 itl1l Ili|V 1g:4 111i.
Ho i Mr. Mac'illi .rii I I St. .John Irlpo -
Staniendlniit i ito provi'i re sting to
dicial ahlie ries. ni tre, Inl colst i-
i; tlltiionAl l i< lni,*m.
H house joint resolitioi No 177, l>y
Mr. Wilson of 'Callioun, relating to
selection of county cionhnis ionerh ; coni-.
mitteu on c iiastitutiomil a e'ndtients.
S House bill No 17, lby Mr. l'arri. of
r Dutal. relative to bureau of lishericv.
(mulbtitute agreed on for House bill
No. 48, by Mr. Parkinson of Volusia.)
Mr. Farrits asked a waiver of the
Rules, which which was agreed to. Mr rri
asked that the rules be further waived.
which wasi opiKped by Mr Willis off
Levy and Mr Watson of lDsde.
Mr. Olmatead of St. l.ucn sand it was
the most dangirous hish bill introduced
k!' before tholegislature Motiond dfeated
and bill recommended to cuntinittee on
fisheries.
1 House bill No. 179, by Mr. oeese of
as aambla, for relief of the several cen-


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su m numertors of 196; ;ae saN
apportionment.
House bill No. 180, by Mr.
of Marion, relating to pay e(
in criminal cases;
House bill No. 181, by l6Sw
of Marion, cost in
diciary committee.
Hoe bMill No. 184, MI
of Mad to pen
mona; committee on
HoKu bi No. Aberna-
thy of 0na re ny in
eriiiinal a;j J ~omniittel.
Ho IWM No Mr nt of
St. Jd relaf destrueon of
food a eom gl on fisheries.
Ibi No. 1 Mr. Faurkner
of yl prohibit Ppingof latex-
ieat qo into counties from
"wet' eonmttes; temperance commit.
House bill No. 19, by Mr. Pal of
Holmes, prohibiting trespassingf e
stading trees; committee on forestry
Hosebill No 187, by Mr. Carter of
Alaehas, disposition of surplus fuads in
S county.
house bill No. 31, license for carry-
ing firearms; substitute recommended.
The substitute was to the bill which
caused such a lengthy discussion yeter-
day morning, and wa placed on the cal-
endar.
House bill No. 14, seine fishing in
certain dead lakes in Brevard county.
House bill No. 95, on license tax and
House bill No. 110, protection of tur-
tles, were reported favorably by corn-
mittees.
House bill No. ir,5 and House bill No.
76 were withdrawn.
A motion .o expunge from the jour-
nal the Dove Allison paper was carried.
Following bills on third reading :
House bill No. 86, by Mr. Richbourg
of Walton, providing that pay of wit-
nesses in civil cases in circuit courts or
before masters shall receive $2 per diem
and 5 cents a mile, and in justice armd
county courts $1 a day and mileage,
passed on final reading; 59 yeas, nays
none.
House bill No. 48, relating to fisher-
ies, Mr. Patterson, passed unfavor-
ably.
House bill No. 8, by Mr. Mathews of
Marion, forbidding the giving or receiv-
ing of rebates by or from common car-
riers, corporations to be lined from
$1,1() to $26,0(iO for violation of act,
and individuals be deemed guilty of
felony, and imprisonment not exceed-
ing ten year ; .57 yeas, nays none.
Passed.
The following bills on second read-


ing:
VHou e bill No. 1. by Mr. Jones of T -1 T1j]f
Hlrevard, for county court in Brevard ( F'. .'iF L 1
county- reported favorably; rules waived
and bill passed; certified to senate. SHOEMAKER
House bill No. 18, by Mr. Long of :(4;7 ( I Nrly)Nv _'- '.
Clay; withdrawn.
House bill No. 35, by Mr Clark of ...
Jefferson, repealing a section relating
to duplicate pleadings. Economy y Fence I
House bill No. 38., by Mr. Wells of
Leon; informally passed and retained If you intend to do Fenc-
place on calendar.
Mr. Decker of Hillsboro asked unani- ing, it will pay you to see
mous consent to call up out of its regu- me before purchasing
lar order senate bill No. 117 for house I am General Agent for
bill No. 136, amending the charter of the sale of the Economy
West Tampa; which was agreed to and Fence, and know it to be
the bill passed; certified to the senate. the very
House bill No. 51, by Mr. Pettigrew
of Manatee; passed informally.
House bill No. 24, by Mr, Smith of BEST and
Lake, authorizing town of Leesburg to
make assessment; passed on third read- 1HE1 TPES7
committeee on constitutional amend-
ments reported favorably on the Dor- Can be built for less than
man Joint resolution proposing a con- 15 cents a Rod.
stitutional convention, and unfavorably I
upon the Pettigrew (Socialist rou- W lliam Roberts,
tion proposing amement embodying W b rs,
initiativeand referendum; alsounfavor- SALE AGENT,
ably on the Matthews proposed amend- SALES AGENT.
ment abolishing office of county treas- 4-tf Centreville. - Florida.
urer, and unfavorably upon amendment
proposed by Smith of Lake, providing -
for election of county commissioners
from several districts in place of county Jel. Do Ferre sll
at large.
The following house committees were
appointed:
Snder house concurrent resolution WHEE WHRIGT and BLACKSMITH.
No. 1, to investigate internal improve-
merit fund, Messrs. Carter. Watson,;
Itese amnd (Griggs
Under house concurrent resolution General i Repair Shop.
No 5, to visit the state reform school Horse Shoeing by an ex-
at Mariana. Mesmrs. Long and Thomp- pert who has had years
lfnder houses concurrent resolution f experience. .
No 6, to visit and i/i.m|>ct convict .49
caimps M N's. liggett. I)urranr.,()il-
Vie, ande Wil.son of C(aIhioun.
Uniaer house. coicurrenLt resolution A portion Of the public
No 7, to visit and iini.|>ct drainage patronage is solicited
opterations, Messrs Mt uhe,.-on. IRus- and satisfaction guaran.
mell. Knowles anid lI'.,plMs. teed.
nIrider house contcuri'rnt irsoltitionl)
No. N, to vieit ndl In:4rMitt atltt, t v\lr rn m
for insane risers Mnrc W illianm.-. Mor- 1 H O R T O N tf
rison and McClellaun. J. H. HORT O
I tder house 'oncirrviit r's iii-m t!im .
No. li, to visit anti itipl,'ct the' tat t'
,ductltinonal intftitlitiois., M ,itsr. illis 104 MASONIC BUILDING.
oif Lev'y. Wlirtnir. KniK ght of Cit ru !
ani iKilgorce
Thi. ihous then ladjoureil uint il Mol *i
da)y. :<: pu l. Tmnig, PlumbIing


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Found what? Why, that tt'hanilr
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niannir of itching of the skin. I hav i ('Clea
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disese,. I had to get up three or four Roofi, (;utteing, Spout- to tit
tiwmn every night and wash with coldut- NO.
water to iallay the terrible itchinq, but I ing, andi SheetMetal Work
muer', us in this salve in December.
I10F>,. the itching has stoitped and has tiolicited. and especial 'care --
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Eat plenty and sleep sound,
Pay your bills and take in the town.


STHE BUTLER HOUSE
SRuewa le s ter as *the iaeee* eoaso.f
Opposite the
w State Capitol
: TALLAHASSEE, - FLORIDA
Mrs. M. C. Butler,
PAoprietor. . .

Special Rates to Legislators on
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Under New Management.
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made new for little money First-Cjass Tailor Repairs and Makes ClothW
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Under th Diretn and Management of
MISS MARIT EVANS
Benefit Christ Chwh Guild Rectory Fund at
Perkins Opera House
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MRS. LOUISE LAMAR, Secretary. MISS,OLIVE U Tickets.
p and the members of Christ Church Guild.
Three Magnificent Performancest


Thursday Night, April 25,
REFINED VAUDEVILLE
Songs, Sketches, Classical and Rag
Time, by trained vocalists and dramatic
artists.
Friday Night, April 26, the comic opera
THE MIKADO,"
With a Star Cast. Elegant Costumes.
Delightful, Sparklmng Music!
Forty people on the stage. Profes-
sional sligm; beautiful women; hand-
some men; bewildering ensemble of
grace and beauty.


The Gretest Event b iort& fM .
Saturday Matinee, April Vff p.im.,
a little folks' program. C im' ar-
tists. Drills, Marche, e and
Songs. Come to any or -4 p efor -
ancee.
A special coach will leave ?talahas-
see on the 26th for Monticello, to hear
the "Mikado," and return sase night
Tickets for each performance, 80 cta.
Reserved seat, 25 cents extra.
Telegraph or write for reserved seats
to Miss OLIVE ULMER,
Monticello, Florida.


SW...Ite s When In Jacksonville
tIsa a hundred ladies athered..
p tP' R dOfd Miss Sallle Blake last
S'ftrnoon to meet several of Stop at the -
1A tt members of the Woman's
f Wya : 1Kilonabry Society of the M.
_;i. ~ Soath, Florida Conferende.
wished visitors had stopped DUVAL HOTEL
r fw days on their way home
ey where they had, been to
K.\ a'tted the annual session of their so-
Miss Blake occupies one of our Commencing April 15th a special rate of $2
''iEmd time mansions, whose spacious par- .
are particularly well adted to per day and $3 with Bath will be made for
.j labirate social functions, and these
were hospitably thrown open from 4:30 the SUMMER MONTHS . . ..
to 6:80 o'clock, that all who desired
might meet the above mentioned ladies.
. No pains had been spared to make the Table the best -
oc sion one of beauty and enjoyment.
Floida bamboo draped the walls and in Jacksonville.
elaborate decorations of pink roses and )'I
sweet peas made a charming and fra-
grant setting for the charming toilets
of the ladies. The refreshment table
was presided over by Miss Kate Moor, Public Benefactor.
-,wavys& &S-Ln goo A Public Benefactor.
locl president of the Golden Links so-
lejy, amisted by four charming young
Sand the daintes dinene were What the Thomas lle hlropodst
strawberry ice cream and cake. Music is able to orrects
was a delightful feature of the after-
noon, adding much to the enjoyment of Soft (Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing. Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
the guests. Our accomplished young Odors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
fellow-townseren, Messrs. Albert Shine Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.
and L, Robinson rendered a cornet duet,
Lacompanied by Miss Lizzie Tatum at
the piano, and Miss Wills sang several T7O The u fbli.
beautiful solos. T P b i
' A novel attraction of the occasion
was the exhibition of a m cagnigcent Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free from
"-Chinese robe donated to the W. F. M. such pain. I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of )r.
S. by the friends of the society iu Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodist, of Thonmasville, Ga Macor i'Telegraph.
Quincy. This robe was cxquisitly em- HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Il'ti ce, Macn (;a.
broideried and hand painted, and deco-
rated with marvellons applique on pan-
els of alternate green and red, verylT T OR
gorgeous and yet extremely delicate BEAUT Y DO *T
and harmonious in coloring.
The honored ladies were Mrs J D Mrs George Waterman Williams does Iainty Manicure, Massage. Hair l)ress-
Rush, of Orlando State President of ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Mar-el Waves specialty.
the Society, Mrs. S. S. Harris, of Citra,
S of Mon c retary; Mrs. Henry Perkinsty A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she
of the Tallahassee District, and Miss creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
Ada Stewart of Hilliard, a young in head hands and feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unnessary;
ad .m inary lately returned from they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder
*rasl on a year's visit to herold home. I of the foot- Twenty.five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.
Mrs. Rush was a frequent visitor to
the capitol when she lived in Apalachi-
cols, ut since her removal to Orlando ODr. RObert E. Williams,
herTallahassee friends have not had
bet amono them often. Mrs. Harris and Surgeon (Shiropodist Masseur,
Mrs, Perkins are also well known and
claim many warm friends among our "SAMARIA'"
people. Miss Stewart is a Florida
Girl" from Hilliard, who was sent out Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. TIHOMASVILLE, GA.
by the Woman's Board of Missions to
Frail four years ago. While here she t of Sight.J, u Cocrll Ded.
is the guest of hercousin, Mrs. Thomas. te Sight. Judge CochrellDead.
\ Among other visitors who remained "Out ot sight out of mind" is an old Our city was greatly shocked on Tues-
over were Rev. B. L. Honiker and Mrs. saying which applies with special force day to hear that .iudge A. W. Cockrell
Armeatront, of Apalachicola and Miss to a sore, burn or wound that's been was no more.
Bessle Turnbull, of Monticello. treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The judge was well known in the cap-
It's out of sight, out of mind and out ital, to which he has made numerous
3ad Timmes Bi asas. of existence. Piles, too, and chilblains visits of both a business and social na-
The old days of grasshoppers and disappear under its healing influence. ture. He was married to one of Talla-
drouth are almost forgotten in the pros- Guaranteed by all druggists. 25c. hassee's most popular young ladies.
eros Kansas of today; although a' e-v. o L c. Miss Florida Walker, daughter of the
citisenof Codell, Earl Shamburg, has In te of Mrs. Liathiam. late lamented ex-Gov. D. S Walker.
mot yet forgotten a hard time he en- Mrs. George Gwynn entertained a One of his sons, Robert S. Cxockrell, is
tored. He says: "I was worn out number of her friends at an afternoon one of the associate judges of the su-
ad d ed by coughing night and card party on Saturday of last week, preme bench of Florida, and has his
day, ad could get no relief till I tried complimentary to her cousin. Mrs. Ed- home among us. Much sympathy goes
Dr. KEla's New Discovery. It took ward Ilnthicum. out to him and the bereaved family in
lw tlfs e bottle to completely cure Mrs. Thomas M. Shackleford and this dark hour.
m." he safest and most reliable Mrs. George Perkins cut for the first ----- -- -
hand eold cure and lung and throat prize, Mrs. Shackleford being the for- Miss Lula May Murganof Bainbridge,
h ever discovered. Guaranteed by tunate contestant. Mrs. Linthicum, the Ga., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Edgar
adrtaggists. 60e and $1. Trial bottle guest of honor, was, after aft, the final Morgan, in this city
fe e. recipient, as by a graceful act of cour- Hons. J. E. Hartridge and Alex St


tesy are was presented the prize by
Mrs. Shackleford.
This souvenir was a handsome box of
writing paper, while the one provided
for the lone hand winner Was a lovely
pearl stickpin. CThis was won by Mrs.
Eugene Perkins.
Lovely women, artistic decorations
and delicious refreshments are a tempt-
ing trio, and one which served to ren-
der this occasion one of great enjoy-
ment.
There being so many prominent Flor-
idlans visiting the capital nowadays,
makes it impossible to keep up with
and mention all who come and go, and
this newspaper hopes all will take the
ded for the act and excuse the mins.
sde of asa, feelag that none are left
.a, 2.
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Clair-Abrams, of Jacksonville, wtre
among the very prominent Floridians to
visit the capital Tuesday.
The many friends of Mrs. H. IH
Walker wil be pained to learn of her
death, which occurred at her home in
Norfolk, Va., on 'Tuesday last. Mrs.
Walker was a resident of Tallahassee
for several years and was greatly be-
loved by a large circle of relatives and
friends, to whom t he True Democrat
extends a sincere sympathy.
Ts Rest I
Nice residence rooms Ito rent. Ap-
ply at Singer Sewing Machine office.
G-lm
Go to Collians for your job printing.


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'HOPFIELD'S SONS CO.
MACON, GEORGIA.


*)IPUFACTURha or A DEALERS IN

HIGH11 ORADE MACHINERY.
Prices and Speifcatom Upo qet.


AS PRETTY AS A PICTURE


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Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mill.
I AM TAE
TIMBER CART
MAN.
I build them under a
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.


ALEX WADDELL,
BAKER.
Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
and
J. W. COLLINS & CO.

Subscribe to The True Democrat.


St.atement..
Made under eewUon 26, Chapter 4115. Laws
Florida, showing the amount of taxes cha_
to the Tax Collector of Le.i county.
to be collected for the current year 131.,
the ap rtionmuent of the same to the .vu>i
I funds for which such taxes have beeln ,i
Total Tax Year SIM6 s. .
Amount imad to April lt. 197 ... TMIL n
Balance s.e.n ,
A I'I'ORTIONMENT


G(.n,'ral fRevnur
Ain'I vaidl tu April lIt. l i97
Ain't Paidl to Airil It. IAr'
l'olli
Amn't Paul to April 1it. Itu7
Fine and 'uorfeturv .
Ain't auid to April list. 1W07
Roesd and Brlice
Ain't PaI'd to April lat. 1 7,
Special rehool )latrict No. I
Ain't Pa.d tW, April .t. IT07


8 m.776.23
1.27M.40
.- 7.506.35
20,477.06
1T.SOLU
1.3210.

3.76.13
424.13


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Attetl H.T. ftLUL.
Clerk Circuit Court. Leon County Florida. AprU
let. 1017.


Application for Discharge as Kucs.-
trix.
Notk. aishereby given that I will, on the 4tbdW
of Septorntwr, 111(n. Prt.nt my final acounb asm
Rxecuirix of the last will and testament of Harr%
D). llartt. deceased. taib.t County Jwbmat U lm
mutntjv. floida. at Tallabamaese Frd. aA &
ply for a diacharve am sach Exneutrix.
U. B. HART.
E xorutris of last will and tltamnwt .of Heris
I). Hartt, deceased. Io
See Joh LoOWs for Job Printing.


a woman can make herself when she
adorns herself with tasteful ani hand-
some jewelry. I have all the latest de-
signes in chains, collars, brooches and
pins, as well as all kinds of precious
stones set in unique designs for person-
al adornment or wedding gifts.

P. T. NICHOLSON, M



A Cap of White ilem- etlr L0
,, 1 a aan Java olle ,t e'
'4' is what goes straight to the hwrtg t
_' P. 4 every man at breakfat time, an
,--NNW one knows that only good ffrocers
Vn good coffee. We take, special pride
our brands, as they have made ow
store famous. Just as good as the eGot.
fee we sell are teas, which principle .
.// holds good throughout our entire staso. "
We sell nothing but the bet of food :
products -those we have tested or-.
selve.s, and so can stand by them.
J. W. CoLuNs., Grocer.



Happy Col
You know that there are colors which sign, others wh
indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to thi often people arf
made sad or glad because of the c ?
Yot know that children and flowers thrive best Ia
the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your
own home, then-why not let us show you how to e t
it In the walls by using




SByhaving yourwalldiscorated
with Alabastine you will make
them more artistic, more dr-
able, more sanitary, and will
make your homeamorecbhem.
fulplacetolivein. Letus ,
you how easy and w, wmnim ,
Alabastine is, and hbow thediff-
ferent tints and stenoed i-'.
signs can be combined to
b you want."
We wll pr* to 0U tl MAbs
Y:,-ae:er :* ., CaM.


NIme-ral Address.
Ar James E. Broome of Gads-
rWW deliver the memorial
ae A aSo, on April 26th, hav-
* altted to do so by Mrs. W.
leident of Elizabeth
t R, United Daughters of
F, of that city. That
MM will deliver a most ex-
sna s who have heard
o cas n- will doubt, and
S itmaite Ia the selectiota.
d Miss Brg,
sNew rk, are visJ n atO



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