The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
August 18, 1905
Publication Date:
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7 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Tallahassee Weekly True Democrat was established on March 3, 1905, by John G. Collins. The "True Democrat", as it briefly called itself, explained that its name showed dedication to the "true and tried doctrines of The Old Time distinguished from...mischievous fads and fallacies of the day." Though not intended, never more true words have been spoken on newspaper title changes! Milton A. Smith bought the Weekly True Democrat in 1908. In February 1912, the paper started publishing as the Semi-weekly True Democrat . In 1913, it reverted to a weekly again under the title of the Weekly True Democrat . On April 6, 1915, the newspaper became the Daily Democrat . Frequency of publication dictated another change of title later that year when the Daily Democrat became the Weekly Democrat . Sometime thereafter, exact dates are not known, the Weekly Democrat became the paper of record for the state’s capital, and the title changed to the Weekly Democrat and Florida Record to reflect this development. If ever it was a record for Florida, it would have been a digest, since both the Florida House and Senate have maintained continuous and detailed recordings of their deliberations. Today, the same newspaper is known as the Tallahassee Democrat . Because Tallahassee is the seat of Florida’s state government, the True Democrat has been quoted copiously in journal articles and theses. Of particular note is its usefulness in tracking Jim Crow behaviors in the early 20th century. During this period, African Americans constituted about 80 percent of the population in Leon County, and white supremacists felt particularly threatened. The True Democrat, whatever its name, would come to influence--and some might argue, make mischief with--the State of Florida’s democratic processes and the deliberations of the legislature. While it may have shown leanings toward one party or another throughout its history, the newspaper has been affiliated with neither the Democratic nor Republican party but can be said to have exerted its influence on each.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).

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twenty-five dollars for every such o-, as weea ing the summer. T. Fl.
fense. W eto y Mr. W. B.
Se A That any animal afflictedl wa Ms iIO 351Mr. W. B. Sch sder re tr rmu Fla.
with glanders, or other contagious or Aood tract of Timber Land. Address his visit to New Jsy t ,we*k O I. PUNISHED ROOMS,
etilential disease, kept in any part of, "1," The Weekly True Democrat, Tal.- like a giant ref d With ath. For or single gentle-
the State of Florida, is hereby declared lahassee, a. Subtrie f r The Trw Deunm t, i. Central, we True De nocrat. t
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NEW STATE a nuisance injurious to health; and any BOARD Of CONTR L Mr. Charles Munro has gone to St.
person keening or maintaining such Teresa for a brief outing.
HEALTH LAW nuisance wbh shall fall, after due no- The Board of Control held a two, Hon. F. W. Duval of Wakulla county
twice from the State Health Officer, to days' session in Jacksonville this week- was in town Monday and honored The
abate the same shall upon conviction be pursuant to adjournment, and consider- True Democrat office with a call.
fined not less than fve nor more than ed lans f the proposed university Mr. A. S. Wells has rented the ware
Delliag aad Punshai Nultsaces twenty-five dollars for every such of- bulings a Gainvile. lt appear A. Wells has rented the
fen". that t 1tould y olv about M o ue.ath e Te-.l ,,,b idig e .n"
Isdu~rle to --Soee. 9. That the boillug of offal, available from the ppropriaton to belyvacated by apt. A. Shine.
An act to define and declare what shall swill, bones, fat, tallow or lard the used for this purpose, the board re- The Tallahassee base ball team played
be deemed nuisanes injurious to crushing, grinding or burning of bones ceived an offer from the Gainesville at Live Oak last week, winning one
or shells, cleaning guts, making glue people of a loan of $100,000 for imme. t ama by a score of 4 to 3, and toiing
health, and to provide for the re- from any dead anima=. or part thereof, date use; but while deeply grateful for another by a score Af 5 to 4.
moval thereof and punishment there- making or boiling varnish or oil, mak- the offer the board considered that its The many Tallahassee and Leon
for. inr lampblack, turpentine or tar, dis- policy should not include the incurring county friends of Rev. E. Trice will be
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the tilling ardent, alcoholic or fermented of such an obligation, and the offer was pained to learn that he is very ill at
spirits, storing or keeping of fatscrape, therefore reluctantly declined for the Sopctoppy. He has been co.fined to
State of Florida: grease, or other offensive animal mat- present. bed for several months.
Section 1. A sanitary nuisance is ter, rendering or trying out dead, un- Plans foa the proposed buildings were Rev. A. L. Woodward, one of our
hereby declared to be the commission dressed or unslaughtered animals, or further considered, and it was finally most capable local preachers, has been
of any act, by an individual, municipal- any other business or trade whereby decided to select two architects to as- appointed pastor of the Mayo, Alton
ity, organization or corporation; or the noisome stenches and odors and noxious sist the board in reaching a decision 4,nd Bethel churches, which now con-
keeping, maintaining, propagation, ex- gases arises or are generated within upon the several plans submitted and stitute the Mayocharge.-FloridaChris-
istence or permission of anything, by any incorporated city or unincorporated H. J. Klutho of Jacksonville and Ed- titan Advocate.
an individual, municipality, organiza- town of the State of over two hundred wards & Walker of Columbia, S. C., R. A. Shine has rented the ar-
tion or corporation by which the health inhabitants, are hereby declared nuis- were chosen. ory building and moved his cotton
or life of an individual, or the health or ances injurious to health, and any per- Dr. Sledd, president of the Univer- warehouse there, where he will be de-
lives of individuals, may be threatened son who shall cause, erect, create main- sity, presented the name of George F. lighted to welcome and serve his cus-
or impaired, or by which or through tain or continue any such nuisance, and Green, of Pennsylvania, for pro essor tomers and friends. He will still carry
which, directly or indirectly, disease who shall fail, after due notice from of physical training and he was unan- hay and feed stufffor sale.
may be caused. the State Health Officer, to abate the imously chosen. He also urged the or a.
Se. 2. That filth the concerts of same, shall upon conviction thereof, be board to choose a competent man for Col. Walter P. Corbett of Jackson-
cesspools, offal, garbage, foul water, fined not less than ten nor more than Director of the Experiment Station, ville, who was recently commissioned
refuse from manufactories, urine, stable one hundred dollars for every such of- and the board decided to do so. inspector-general of the Florida State
manure, decayed animal or vegetable fense. President Young of the colored nor- troops, spent yesterday at the Capitol
matter or other offensive substance det- Sec. 10. That unclean and filthy mal school at Tallahassee announced to in conference with Adjutant-General
rimental to health, thrown, placed or slaughter-houses, rooms, buildings or the board the offer of Andrew Car- Foster. Colonel Corbett left yesterday
allowed to remain in or upon any pri- places where sheep, hogs, cattle or negie to donate a library building for for DeFuniak, where he will muster in
vate premises, street, avenue, alley, other animals are slaughtered, within the school, to cost $10,000, if a sum a company.
sidewalk, gutter, public reservation or any incorporated city or town or any equivalent to $500 a year would be as- The Misses Damon are having mate-
open lot within any incorporated city or unincorporated town or village of the sured for the maintenance of the li- rial placed on the lot south of their
unincorporated town or village of the State of Florida, are hereby declared brary, and the board agreed to the home preparatory to having erected
State of Florida, are hereby declared nuisances injurious to health; and any terms and ordered that Mr. Carnegie another nice residence to rent or lease.
nuisances injurious to health; and any person creating, keeping or maintaining be notified accordingly. It will thus be seen that new residen-
person who shall commit, create or such nuisances, who shall fail, after due The needs of the Deaf and Blind In- ces as well as business houses are con-
maintain the aforesaid nuisances, or notice from the State Health Officer, to stitute at St. Augustine were also con- stantly being erected in Tallahassee
either of them, shall, upon conviction, abate the same, shall upon conviction sidered, and the principal was instruct- and shows conclusively that having
be fined not less than five nor more be fined not less than ten nor more than ed to advertise for bids for a steam Leon county dry has not "killed it."
than twenty-five dollars for every such fifty dollars for every such offense. heating plant for the same. Monticello News: Robert Gamble of
offense. Sec. 11. That it shall be the duty of Tw. Tallahassee, one of the pioneers of the
Sec. 3. That the filling, leveling or the State Health Officer upon the re- Two Funerals. State, is writing a series of sketches,
raising the surface of any ground or lot quest of the proper authorities, or of Not for a long time have the peopleI which have been appearing in a Talla-
within any incorporated city or unin- any three responsible resident citizens, of Tallahassee been called upon to at- hassee newspaper from time to time,
corporate town or village of the State or whenever it may seem necessary to tend two funerals in a single afternoon, about the early days of our State.
of Florida, with animal or vegetable the president of the State Board of as was the case on Wednesday. These sketches are of thrilling interest
substances, filth gathered in cleaning Health, or to the State Board of Health The remains of Harry D. Hart ar- to Floridians, and it is hoped they will
yards or streets, or waste material Officer himself, to investigate the san- rived from Boston on the 3 o'clock train appear in book form in due time. They
from mills or factories, or the removal, itary condition of any city, town or (20 minutes late) and the funeral cere- are valuable contributions to Florida's
of the surface of any ground or lot place in the State of Florida; and if mony took place at Trinity Methodist historical literature.
within said cities, town or villages, upon examination the State Health Of- church at 4 o'clock, the pastor, Rev. Mr. C R. Miller, the popular and en-
filled with such offensive matter or sub- ficer shall ascertain the existence of J. W. Bigham, officiating. A very te"rn .supertenden t
stance, in such matter as to cause noi- any sanitary nuisance as defined in the large audience of sorrowing and sym- Ci superintendent of the Capital
some odors or noxious gases to arise, preceding sections of this act, it shall pathetic friends was present, including he' Ta hassee Waerworks Co many,
are hereby declared nuisances injurious be his duty to serve notice upon the large delegations of the members of T ed hase W tedor Comft pn,
to health, and any person who shall proper party or parties to remove or Cicero Le e, K. of P.. Jackson Lodge, returned home Wednesday, after a bus-
herebybdeclareuty tb see n otisce inrh- e de- .. a.mess visit of several weeks' abroad in
cause, commit, create or maintain such abate the said nuisance in the same F. and A.. and Elks. The full choir, the interest of the company .Mr. MNil-
nuisances shall, upon conviction, be manner provided in section 13 hereof. sany "Lead kindly Light," and "Just ler has made many i improvement in .
fined not less than five nor more than Sec. 12. That it shall be the duty of as am;" and a solo by Prof A. A. both plants simane he took chargeme in this
twenty dollars for each such offense. the State Health Officer, upon receiv- Murphree, "Death is Only a Dream," city anshasn ained mankchar ien tso
Sec 4 That all waterclose torrv- ing information or obtaining knowl- was a striking feature of the serve ce it n ha gie m fie f
Sie. 4. Tnatt w aterh osebourrid- edge of the existence of any thing or The pallbearers were: Geo. I. Davi both himself and the company he rep-
ies connected within any inouserp tind things herein declared to be nuisances B. M. Cates, G. W. Rhodes, J. Gord(on .
tor premises wiin any incorport at i by law, to notify the person or persons Pearce F. C. Gilmore, J. W Collins, One of our valued exchanges puts
ity or Stunincorporated town or village committing, creating, keeping or main- :M. C. Burns and E. W. Emery. The forth the following: "The best thin to
f the Stateof Florida inor uponwhithchtaining the same, to remove or cause floral offerings were profuse and beau-, help a town or city along is for al its
people live, or where they congregate to be removed the same within twenty- ; tiful, and notwithstanding the steady ple to have faith in it. Every man
or assemble, or any kind of business is four hours, or such other reasonable rain, which continued all e afternoon, hou'd study the subject carefully and
(lone, kept in a filthy and offensive con- time as may be determined by the a large concourse of people followed find ground for believing in his town.
edition, or from which noisome odors and State HLalth Officer, after such notice the funeral cortege to the cemetery. If he can't find it, let him move to some
t noxious gases arise, and all water-clo being duly given; and if the same i Th funeral of Mr. E. A. Crowford better place, in which he can believe
ets located withinaandybeing napartofm beIngf du y t s Thf,,neralnfofoMr....A. ofo,, n..for which he can consistently.whoop
an such houses or building, not removedby such person or persons was appointed to occur at 5 -o'clock. it up. It is essential th at a man stly whooall
vi d with proper sewer traps so as to within the time described in said no- also at Trinity church. In consequence whoop, and if he cn'tial that a man sha
prevent the return and escape of nox- twice, it shall be te duty of the State of the absence of Rev. Dr. ( artr, I happens to be locat ed, it where solemn
ous gases and offensive odors from any Health Officer to remove or cause to be rector of St. Johns church, Rev. J. happens to be located, it s ho solemn
public or private sewer connected there- and all o such nuisance or nuisances, Bigham conducted the services, an dufins the mov around and along till he t.
with, are hereby declared nuisances in- a all betaidbyetheeof such re- the pallbearers were Messrs. W. V. -I ... .
curious to health, and any person cre- mol al pia e ngo; Knott, D B. Meginniss, C. B. Gwynn, Stomach Troubles and Coestlpatieo.
eating. keeping or maintaining such nui- persons committing,. creating, keeping R. E. Rose, Royal C. Dunn and T. i1. .o ..ra.n h
e sha,. upon conviction, be fined or maintaining such nuisance or nuisan- Randolph. The music was very heauti- o one can reasonably hope for good
ot less than five nor more than twenty- ces; and if the said costs and expenses ful and affecting, the choir singing digestion when the bowels are contf -
tive dollars twenty-thus accruing shall not be paid within ,He Leadeth Me 'and "It is Well With pa .d. Mr. Chas. Baldwin of Ed-t
Sec. 5. That fecal matter not thor- ten days after such removal, the same My Soul," in a very sweet and affect- wrdville, Ill., says, I suered from
o.ghly deodorized and disinfected re- shall be collected from the person or ing, manner. Beautiful and rare flow- clronicconstipation and stomach troub-
fghly deodorized and disinfectedre rn fl o.leforseveral years, ut thanksto
gaining in privies in any incorporatedpersons committing, creating, keeping ers in great profusion were heaped umn h fr several years, but thanks to
it unincorporated town or village or maintaining suc nuisances by suit the casket, and a la e number of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
in the State of Florida, is hereby de- at law. I mourning friends si Qed their rief lets am almost cured. Why not etll
lared a nuisance injurious to health. Sec. 13. That all fines and penalties and sympathy with the bereaved am- apckge eetlt n w
and the State health officer shall, upon imposed by any section of this actshall i- by attending the remains to the and stay well. Price 2 cents For
receipt of complaint in writing, cause be collected y prosecution in the mun- place of final rest. sale by all druggists.
any privy te be inspected, and, if nec- cipal court, if within an incorporated Seldom has death affected the comrn- -L i9Tha ...self.
ar cleansed and if any person n tState court having uri- unit assrongly a did the sudden The hotel at Lanark Fla on the C.
(,wning or occupying premises on which or ifwhi an uniopo town making off of these two valued and be- T. & G R. R.. has been remodeled and
any privy is situated, who shall refuse r All laws or artlov of lawsin ved citizens. Nearly every place of refurnished and equipped with electric
to permit the same e inspected and All laws or parts oflaws i n-business in the city was closed, and lights hot and Cold baths and mineral
cleansed at the times designasttent or in confnlct herewith are the business men turned out almost en b" thing pools, and is in every respect a
aid State health officer, or whenever her ebyrepealed. ma to do honor to the deceased citi- most attractive hotel. It is now open
,ec( ssary. shall, upon conviction, be Sr.of t1.. di at ash.all ta t ffe zens. Notwithstanding t badweath- for the reception of guests who are in
fined not less than five nor more than fro ts pssg and approval ry the er very many ladies, also, attended arch of seashore reretion, affording
twenty dollars for every sucha of Approve d June 1, 190r5. both services,. an especially tinet opirtunitv to those
tSeh. 6. Thuat i t shall be unlawful for I d O. T r 6, Whvlethe Suysntryl." who are fond of angling
;n person to deposit the contendtsk o r r sm For special rates, schedule. anid other
n privy in any other place than such md B rd no There is a lesson in the work of the information, apply to E 0d Alstn, a en-d
." may be approved by the State When pains or irritation exist oa any thrifty farmer. He knows that the eral Passenger Agent, Bainbrkige. (ia.
,alth Officer, the health authorities part of the body, the application of. bright sunshine may last but a day and d
of any incorporated city, or by the in- Ballard's Snow Linimentgives prompt he prepares for the showers which are Dilsmsad fr Graftiag.
.spector of the State Board of Health if relief. E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan so liable to follow. So it should be After an investigation some (lays ago
man unincorporated town in the State House,. El Reno, 0. T. write June 6, with every household Dysentery, di at New Orleans, which disclosed wide-
ofFlorida, and any person so offending 1902: "I take great pleasure in recom- arrho and cholera morbu may attack spread grafting by the police depart-
shall upon conviction be fined not less mending Ballard a snow Liniment to some member of the home without menat In ctor Whitaker dismissed
an five nor more than fifty dollarsfor all who e than affected with rheumatism, warning. Chamberlain's Colic Chol Capt. John Cooper from the force.
,.vtrv such offense It is the only remedy I have found that era and Diarrhoea Remedy, which is Wtnees tetifed that Iambli
Sec 7. That the keeping, herding gives immediate relief." 28, 50c and the best known medicine for thee dis. houses tnd eook rooma fgkeam in
and feeding of hogs. in pens or other- (100. For sale by all druggtata, eases, should always be kept at hand, shops and other places paid tribute to
'ie, within any incorporated city or -'^'', is immediate treatment is necessary, the police, and there was specific testi.
unincorporated town of the State of, Mr J. C. Trice was up from Panacea as delay may prove fatal. For sale money against Cooper. Patrolman Ker-
Florida, of over two thousand (2,000) ; Wednesday on a business trip. by all druggists win was also dismissed by the inspector
inhabitantus is hereby declared a nuys< Mr. W. A. Demilly left Wednesday Mr. Chas A. Cay made a trip to Jef- for alleged grafting.
ance injuroou h and any per o recuperate after a several days spel a e o count y GIrin t weP N RZPM --IJN. I
creating or maintaining such nuisance of sickness. Ifersn count durng week. COTTON
who shall fail. after due notice from Miss Mamie Cherry la getting up a
the State State Health Officer, to abate' Sergeant D. Ellis, wife anddaughter, Kindesamrten class at herr ig a. Cotton Gin Saws Sharprened ant Cot- (
the same, shall upon conviction be fined are spending a season t Pt Mr. Sn D. Chittnden has coak t to Gin generally Repaired at reason-
not less tha _five .nor more than Springss inteadofPensacolaaa weatated Nw York. where his family I. amend- 7 pnu's a. BM, v

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VOL. 1.


NO. 25.

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Warrant Deeds, legal form. True
Democrat e e, tf
For Fall Gardeas.
-Turnips and Ruta Baga Seed, fiest
quality, at Yaeger'sa. tf


Items of Interest from the Various
State Departments.

Appointments: Assistant State chem-
ist-M. J. Donk, Tallahassee.
Notaries at large--H. T. Cooper, A.
E. Heming, A. Waterman, Jackson-
ville; J. E. Pierce, Pensacola; H. M.
Fulghum, Cypress; N. W. Williams,
Starke; J. 0. Johnson, Pinetta; Thos.
H. Levins, Ft. Myers; Jas. Weatherbee,
Call; K. M. Tedder, Niles; C, L.
Knowles, Key West.
Letters Patent: Sketo Gin Co.,
Sketo, $5,000. Jno. M. Calhoun, R. J.
Boone, John Sketo, M. B. May.
Atlantic and East Coast Terminal Co.,
Jacksonville, $500 000. Geo. W. Haines,
A. V. S. Smith, H. S. Jenison, 1. R.
Riverside Improvement Co., Jackson-
ville, $25 000. L. J. Campbell, E. W.
Gillen, W. H. Baker, J. N. C. Stockton,
A. M. Ives.
Winona Park Development Co., Au-
bundale, $10,000. B. Q. Denham, R. A.
Nichols, M. Willis, J. W. Crosby, F. E.
Winona Park Realty and Fruit Co.,
Aubundale, $30 000. Same as above.
The J. I. Kelly Co., Whitfield, $150,-.
000. J.I Kelley, H. Jernigan, Geo.
W. Ward, J. W. Kelley, L. H. Jerni-
St. Lucie Ice Co., Ft. Pierce, $20,000.
K. B. Raulerson R. R. Ricou, T. J.
O'Brien, H. E. Crook C. L. Faber, Jr.,
G. S. Tucker, A. M. Sample.
Notice has been given by Superin-
tendent Holloway of examinations of
applicants for State, Primary and Spec.
ial Certificates at Gainesville beginning
August 30th.
Information in detail concerning the
texts for questions for each of these ex-
aminations may be obtained by circular
on application to Superintendent Hol-
Church Notices.
First Baptist Church, Clinton street,
near Adams, Frank W. Cramer, pastor.
Preaching service each Lord's Day at
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Bible School at
10 a. m. Junior Baptist Union at 3 p.
m. Senior B, Y. P. U. at 4:80 p, m.
The follow ing subjects will be con-
sidered Lord's Day, August 20: Morn-
ing, "How the Christian's Vision Leads
to Christian Activity"; evening, "The
Wedding Sacrament." Junior Baptist
Union subject, "The Temple Dedi-
cated;" Senior B. Y. P U. subject,
"The Duty of Winsomeness." All are
most cordially invited.
Trinity M. E. Church, South Rev. J
W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday School at
9:30 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior
Epworth League 4 p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League 3 p. m. Evening Ser-
mon at 7:30 p. m. Public cordialy in-
vited Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
The Largest War lademmalty.
Now that the world is speculating on
the amount of the indemnity Japan will
demand of Russia, it is, perhaps, not
out of place to refer to the most stu-
pendous war indemnity ever .exacted.
It in not called by this name, neverthe-
less, in effect the pension system of the
United States is little else than a gi-
gantic indemnity imposed on the South
by the North.
Unlike the rose, these pensions do not
smell sweet under any name, and the
odor of the indemnity may not be ef-
faced under the high-sounding "reward
f'o patriotic service" attached to pen-
sions. There is hardly a dollar of civil

brethren is sufficient to establish many
millionaires. This has been going on
for nearly forty years, and if computed
the total will be found to exceed any
sum ever demanded of any nation of the
earth because it had engaged in war
Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
GBne to Miami.
Tatlahasaeeans generally will sincere-
ly regret the removal of Mr. John Donk
and family to Miami, for which place
they departed this week, to reside per-
manently. Mr. Donk came here about
1885, to occupy the old plantation home
of Hon. W. D. Bloxham, two miles west
of the city it having been sold to a res-
dent of Louisville, Ky., Mr. Allen
Succeeful as a farmer and honored as
a citizen, he leaves a "good record"
behind him, and will long be remem-
bered aa one whose departure will be a
distinct loss to the county.

C, 4p

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iJs a. 4caOLUNSM Irere r. The people of this city have noted The Increasing difficulty of procuring In the matter of a too hasty appoint-
-z.-.-7= --. the vigilance with which the municipal competent domestic servants has long ment of a county judge for Marion Twty*l Della Cash Saly
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. authorities have thus far performed been a most exasperating problem with county, Governor Broward has been a4d gale i Cars Esl
-... ..--. - - their duties with reference to the pub- all, or nearly all southern housekeepers. finding out what others think of him. vdto Ey imri.
ntf.rd as Rewnd CIi" Matter Marrh'si. 1is. at lie health, and appreciate the diicult- The old generation of home servants is It is, indeed, unfortunate that so high an -
Ace Post oConre ,t anheSga hS .1 #. les under which they have labored, not rapidly passing away, and the younger official should incur criticism, but then, In order to brim out the ideas of o: r
S c -h the least of which is the indifference of negroes are far from filling their places that is one of the duties, as well one of customers as to "Why our business is i
success, we have decided to piy
0fg in Tei .ph'n huimidnr. ctrner Audamn aid many to the admonitions on instrue- acceptably. Notwithstanding the mi- the prerogatives, of an independent Twenty-five dollars in cash, to the p -
Clintnm ireat.. Telvphone N. 111. 0 tions of health officers, as to the prop- gratory movement of negroes of both press. son writing the best Article on th0
er means and method of sanitation, and sexes from the country to the to% ni Governor Broward, in an interview subject.
Aubceriptisi,. S i Per Yar,. i. Advan.. the obstinacy of others, who appear to which for several years has been going published in a Jacksonville paper, gives The contest will be conducted and
Ad.r. in... at.H onAp.liaton. enjoy defeating the efforts of the health on all over the South, families in the his side of the controversy as follows: governed by the followingruies:
Tallahasse Friday, Agt I, 10s. offlclal, and evading the requirements towns and cities find it ore and more In the first place. I appointed the man Use as many, or as few words as you
of the law. difficult every year to procure satisfac- who had the best recommendations for like.
The hlh fto f h svce.AIthe position. There were twelve appli- Bring in your Article as clearly and
Volusia county is to, have a local op. The city health officers are, of course, tory employees for house service. As cants for the position, and Mr. Bell as forcefully as possible What part of
tin elet ptember 2 restricted to the enforcement of the the Monticelle News pathetically says: seemed to have the best recommenda- our Success is attributable to each line
tion election municipal ordinances on the subject, "As time passes and the old aunties' tions. I do not know Mr. Bell person- of merchandise carried in our stock, for
The Pensacola News thinks "*now iIl and their efforts are governed by the die, and the young, haughty, dusky ally, but he was born inMarion county, illustratioent i our Line of Dry
i mighty good time for everybody to provisions of those laws; but the fact daughters of freedom come to the fore, gentleman of the highest standing in Goods responsible for this success?
stay at horn.." shouki not be overlooked or forgotten we learn that, among other hcrtcrops, is profession and among his people. What ca our Line of Ladies, Men
The typs iat- wee-k male us use that behind the authority of the muni. we are growing no cooks A big crop So far as the executive committee is and Children's Shoes contributed tothi
"mulched" for "mulcted." Maybe the cipal officials lies the powerof theState of bedizened, simpering females is pro- concerned, theby Wha our Line of Mena, Youths'committee was called success?
together and I was informed by wire Watdhays' uroine ofdMenithYouths'
latter isn't a good word, but it said defined in the statutes enacted by the duced, having no microscopic tae of that there wa not a quorum resent. and Boys' Clothing to do with our suc-
what we meant. Legislature, and fortified by the com- virtue, and who evidently do n.t need They stated in the telegram that they ces4? f
m . ---- mand of the entire body of official au- to toil. What shall we do with them, would make another effort to meet next What has our Spot Cash System of
The Tavaren Herald in on,. of the thority and how shall we evolve suitable house Thursday. I did not know whether or Dog Buiness added tho or successin
many State apers which believe that At the last session of the legislature servants and cooks from their ranks?" not they would fail to meet next Thfora Every Customer Full Value for his
"the increase in the State anessment the health laws were revisedand a new The situation has beconr o serious :few days, I appointed the man who had money, added to our success?
is due to the 'business administration statute, especially applying to the sub- in Jacksonville that a formal organiza.- the best recommendations for the lace. How much hable Gos our dmeancd of urbuling
of Governor W. S. Jennings and for ject of nuisances injurious to health, tion has been created having for its I acted because I thought that the of- OnReliable Good advanced our bus
which Governor Broward is not respon- was enacted: the violation of which in- purpose the importation of German htw be fied asoo apr ical To what extent has our Courtesy and
hle" volve penalties which no law abiding women to "fill the long-felt want." at least. Promptness in Serving our Customers
Pensacola's municipal tax rate for citizen should willingly incur. For the The Palatka News treats this move- To hasten so important an appoint- How can we further improve our
1906 is eleven mills, and the city board information of our readers we repro- ment in rather jocose style, as follows: ment, at the risk of criticism for ignor- method of doing business that would be
of equalization proposes to change the duce thin very important law and earn- A servant girl trust has been organ- ing the rights of the party authorities, beneficial to ourselves and our custom-
basis of valuation from 70 to 100 per ently commend to all who read it the izfd in Jacksonville undhr the name of on the ground that he wished to leave ers?
Conthe Florida Help Supply Company. It We o
cent, which will make the rate only duty of immediate and cheerful cm- t ompanyohave the State for hi vacation, may strike and as plainly as possibe i out the
about? or 1Hmills. That is what should pliance with its provisions an agent in Germany to secure nice, the average citizen as smacking rather blank below, and send in with your
be done throughout the entire State. To evade the requirements of a city juicy German girls and ship them in too strongly of the methods of his im- Article.
... ordinance will not c ver a with lu ter to Jacksonville to take the place mediate predecessor, who became infa- Each paper received will be number-
No qualified voter in Tallahas finance will no very easy, with of the nigger cooks and house girls who mouse for his habit of ignoring party ed consecutively from one up, and en-
should fail to cast his vote in theschsool the vigilance of the city health officer now holdthe balance of power in the obligations. tered in a book keptby us for this pur-
ub-district election which the school behind it; but to encounter the peral- homes of that town. The new company Some of the newspapers are exceed- pose, stating the number of the paper
b-d ist ict lect fior Mwhnic rthme s tie sfor violations of the statute in is composed of some prominent men incgly outspoken on the subject, as wit- and the name of the person sending in
board has csled for Monday, Septem- question is a matter a great deal and church members, men whosenames ness the following excerpts: the same.
thr 4th. And they should be sure to more se'rous. art calculated to inspire confidence in The Governor has not only broken Have your Article reach us not later
vote for the creation of such district, the Germun maiden's breast, party precedents, but he has broken than Septernber 15th.
for the rate of taxation therein and for THE TAMPA FAIR. Seriously spahing. however, uon aith with his friends! The Articles will be delived to the
fthe ral..cteionf taxatio n therein an for The. refusal of many of the State thro l speaing however, upon a If there be one thing more than an- Judges on the 16th of September, and
the election of three truteen therefore. Th rfual f many of th tatmatter that is very s riously affecting other that ought to stand forth resplen- w>illbe know to them only by their
dtor A of th newspapers to give without cormpensa- not only the comfort but the health of dent in human nature, it is that which number, as we shall take the precaution
ditr A r of the ake itytion the ue of their columns to adver- the people, this movement promise .s was exemplified by Damon and Pythias. to keep the names of the writers from
Index, insists that Attorney-General time the fair to be held at Tampa this benefits which will be welcomed by The ftide ity of friendship should be:as the Judges. Said Judges will consist of
Mllp wasnmiled t for asking the year has een met by the officialmof the i, i pure as glittering gold, as sound and three distinguished gentlemen, who will
upremecourtmi at" for asking the year has be.,r mwi t by th o official. .f the e.ry housekeeper in Florida, and itns servingg as granite and as true and decide as to who is entitled to the e
supreme lawcourt toh construow atheucrt than enterprise with a sort of ullen ilnce. inauguration should arrest the attention unyielding as the needle is to the pole. Twenty-five dollar cash prize; and wherr
college law, but he now asert that No one ldeire,s the fair to prove a of the race from whence the supply )of fut it takes little incidents like that so decided, we will make our check for
"the (overnor requested the Attorney failure; no one wishes it anything but household servants is now drawn It of last Saturday to reveal the inexpli- this amount to the person so decided by
General to do so The "smile" must success. But the Florida press in quite promises to be a much more cable riddle so often manifest that a said Judges to e entitled to the same.
therefore have been directed at the right in declining to contribute to that thing forom t hem than th more kerou man'm best friend is often his worst
G thing for them than the houmekeeper.-C enemy"
Governor. success large quantities of valuable troubles with incompetent servants have Mr. John T Lewis and his friends Forthe benefitof our customers wish-
Here in the way the Milton Index space without payment, when, with its ever been. Those who now inadequate- were Governor Broward's best friends ing to compete for tur Twenty-five-
humorist discusses the mosquito theory: prospects, and the Iwnefit of a large ly furnish the supply of cooks, house- mary election. The guby worked foria rson (gentleman or lad writing the
"Gollyl Just read what Dr. Porter appropriation of public money, the man- aid, etc., may find their occupation with a faith that was admirable, if not est article on "Why our Business Is a
says about our night.blooming hum- agement is abundantly able to pay and incomes menaced, and it behooves heroic. At their own expense they dis- Success," we give the following infor-
ming bird: "A single female mosquito The Starke Telegraph doubtless voices them to mend their ways and endeavor tribute his literature and went from mation:
will lay a sufficient number of eggs in a the prevailing sentiment in newspaper to command the confidence and appro- place to place singn his praises and We began our business in Tallahassee,
water pitcher in an unused bedroom to circles when it remarks that "if the baton of employers before it is too: arousing enthusiasm for him. Florida, on the Sth day of February.
late; for if the "Jacksonville plan vtnMr. Lewin was a candidate for the 1902; and, from the beginning, adopted
not only fill the house with her offspring State papers continue to withhold free late; for if the iJacksonville plan office of county judge made vacant by the following rules:
but supply the neighbors within the advertising from the Tampa fair, and ita will adoptit the death of thelamented Gen. Bullock. Buying and Selling for Cash;
radius of the square. If that's nohow the directors of the project persist in lIe had letters and telegrams in his Buying and Selling only Reliable Mer-
can we ever expect to get rid of the their determination to spend no money NO MYSTERV. !pocket from Gov Broward and Mr chand ise;
t aI hshae i Stockton and also oral statements from Treating our Customiers with all the
terrible animal? If a pitcher will breed advertising, they will likely find out y me newspaper ve an o had een Gov. Broward in C
wetonal page is a mystery. They never fhadee GovBrowad courtesy possible;
a housefull what will a ten mile swamp that money alone will not make the Ixpres an opinion nor have an original person, saying that the Governor was Giving all customers as Prompt At-
do? If a single mosquito can do all fair a success it takes publicity to editorial thereon, but week after week anxious to appoint him to the place tention as possible;
that how much worse would it be if she bring success to such enterprises have it filled with vile stuff sent out and would do so if he secured the in- Giving every customer the Greatest
went off ant got married! Oh lawoma- from Washington, uespeciallypre red lorsement of the Democratic Executive Possible Value (believing that every one
mercy them terrible kte And the Monatee Record make the f editor whoant write ial Committee, and that he would not make is entitled to the full value of his
following vigorous comment: Manatee Record an appointment until the committee money).
Virginia has just enough Republicans There don't i erm to be much doing in Rord. made an endorsement.
to keep the )emcTrate straight, and to theway 't sf advertising tein The reason some never express an Owing to the tremendously heavy Duval Bros. Tallahassee, Fla.
make m understand that they munt The nwa er n he Stae that opinion is often lt-cause they lack coni- rains for the period of two days it was (Cut this out and send it with your articih-
make them understand they must The newpper boyf have ecided that ence in themnelve and think they can impossible for the full committee to ..
out. have them Relvschm or stNep own and they are tired of "everything going outget an expression from someone else meet last Saturday, so an adjournment
"We cordially welcome e he indicsays; and nothing comingvin;" am the fair that is much ahead of what they have was taken until yesterday .. ...- ....-- 190
hWte cordially we loe he indications toffi cers want everything to come in and in stock. Then some fellows are so busy In the meanwhile, without hearing
orthaniationuwhich wans force the an nothing to go out, the y have called fishing they don't have time to do any from the committee, at least not of- DVAL BROS.: Herewith find
ocratm to put up their he't men, to make athinaltandro. waiting t har some- thing ut use the scissors. (Gainevi cially, Gov. Broward made his ap- article in competition for your i $2
their party represent high. clean and Sun. pointment, regardless of the action of Prize.
progressive purpaweni and to win elec DEATH OF MAJOR DURKEK. Now, brethren, let us be more chari- said committee, thus not only breaking
tlions by the power of ths.w principles The people of Florida wi!l sincerely table. Truly, it is disappointing to loak 'faith with his friends, but also breaking .
presented rat er than ay col-.hhlali' regret the, dlath, at Stony loint. NY into some of our State exchanges and He was and is still the subject of No. . ...... ....F.
degrading and flagrant tricks with hal-'on Friday lust. of Major Joseph H. find the editorial columns filledwl with severe criticism, and especially among ,.-..-.-.--.. -
lot boxes Jacksonville Metroiolis. i)urkee, who for rnmany years has been "machine" items, prepared for the there who warmly supported him and
Here in Floridla a similar .onditi.on a Irominent figure in the contemporary "patent inside," or with notices of ap- enthusiastically sung is praises in the FLORIDA'S EP RIMENT STATION.
ppe.ars to t ve-ry hardly ne,'le<. history oaf the State plications for license to sell liquors, or last election. -Ocala Banner. The ofrcials of the United States De-
There are ti. ouany Imn,.rants.- A A .ttaimch o'epublioan. l)urkee with stolen paragraphs which you have adotoverne Jenr d mhod i mav padrte td d gricurht ue ohave it tia-
real, active party in oppo stioln w.oiuhll was. never mixed up in the "carpet-bag already seen in other newspapers; but ing appointments to offices where va- t offc
operate most reffectiv public service and renew our faith in and has always commanddwl the sincere who thus misuse their editorial space Robert Bullock, left a vacancy in the be filled by some competent person, not
..emoaxcrctic principle' reet f all r aeo oaf the Iaulatian. are not always to be blamed, but often ofice of county judgein Marion county, otherwise connected officially with the
Imorlicprini| ..,,,f l ,.e of the population, renut always to be blamed, but of The county democratic executive comrn- State Agricultural College, or, as it is
NORTHERN RACE PREJUDICE. Referrnmg to.his career us a valuable t to be pitied. mittee had been called to recommend a ceforth tobeknown theUniveity
Refrring toa eisce ,s oa fh, the' ueferrsing tod,'hr>,..nK ,Wf the n.,, st aty ( other necessary duties-you know how or took the matter off the hands of the of Florida.
question in Northern tnewspulapers, tlb.h e 1 *. i it>hands of the representatives of the Whether this request is founded upon
Haustan P.t rthat "it. to ts Major )urkee was a gallant soldier it is yourself that they have no time aople of that county and appointed a the terms of the statute under which
cafsth nonl'shit a..rtafe'ass' th "sr th, ,tl n the' civil war. sml served his country to devote to the occupation of being a man of his own choosing. f the Gov-
of the friendship Iprofe.d f.r th, n., ~ell, fight loyually efor the preserva- 'real editor; their apace may be so ernor will look up the democratic plat- he station is sustained, or is the result .
gro in the North ointae. (Reti, i non of dthe I cn. h .Since the wrad crowded with "ads" that they can find formof 1900, which though quite aged, of experiences, in Florida orelsewhere,
All of it i stric-tly political. Iace. ,it ntl eat th hi cloth oromfrt foronend; m have i i thevmayis the only platform by the represents of the combination of the office of di-
rarely occur in the' South liw-a- l,.o nng the wh? symg Ino room for editorsale; they may so ad- tives of the people, he will find that his rector with that of college president, is
rarly n ur in- ther-t lw..,I with the S wa h e y h ca. mire the etlitorial work of their contem- action is not in keeping with that docu- altogether immaterial. The fact re-
ing negroes are never uault. le'.. Afterthe. great ire f May 3. 11. poraries that thev cannot resist the I ment -Bradentown Journal. ains that the saration of the two

their skins are black or y.elI'ow An MNlajor l)urkee dlid much relief work, 1
he nest and in .triCus m ro is .ei. t his sym thie went out t ko the temptation to use it often without giv.- In the matter of appointing a county official positions h iould be made.
* honest andind.riousne, rorespctit a h nh wn h crdit, or they may conclude that, u fo Ma u nty Goq Sr^nSr^
ed and kindly treated lby Suthe-rn p.o huindlrdaIs of unfortunates. lie was one ing credit, or they may conclude that jude for Marion county Goqernor. To l MoMts
ple. An honest and inlustriis negos f the greatest lers, financially by the 'most of their readers-outideof the reward has struck his first sna and or two o sios
pi. n hotnes t ah for kind imly trieated vatatisIn, taut he braved it well'and snd profession will accept the contents of has succeeded in bringing down the The fast that on one or two occasion
is not respected or kindly treat b was anm g the first to begin the re their editorial columns without ques-.; wrath of Editor Frank arris. It is to the letters of our county oorrespndents
many Northern pe.ple. A n.gro in the' iluling oa the "New Jacksonville." tioning the source, be hoped that the Governor will not were crowed out to make room for
North frequently findos labor an hazarot- Atmng the responsible positions held n ... ... .. continue the same policy throughout otter matter which we felt compelled
North f gently nn labor s A ng the nator andh We heartily commend the following ex- his administration, for. if he does, his touse, and which occupied more space
ous as s-tling ()ne' of the most 'oreentative of )uval county, mem- cellent and thoughtful paragraph from public career will come to an end with than was expected should not justify
gerous phases of the negro problem r of the of Public works of the Quincy Herald and Era: the clsing of his present termofoffice. our aitat edito" in withholding
t sal naWestPlmBeachSun.their contributions altogether.
the steadily increasing drift of the Jacksnville, United States marshal The world views with contempt the ---_ We certainly desire them to con.
blacks to the North, where they are menil'r of the city Boardof Health, re- common thief whose depredations are The intense itching characteristic of tinue their very excellent news service,
pot wanted. The Northern race riots ceivr pf the Jacksonville Tampa and confined to single individuals and the salt rheum and eczema is instantly a! and we hope to secure correspoents
are merely symptoms The real trouble Key West Railroad and resident'of confidence man who selects his victim played by applying Chamberlain' alve. at other to not yet on our ist.
is yet to come. In the meantime. .sn- the' Seminole ('lub, asocial organization. and proceeds to rob him with neatness As a cure for skn diseases this salve s of our readers in the coun.
sible Northern people and newspapers Th first issue of the Wildwid New and dispatch, but this class of men are unequaled. For sale by all drugismta.* ty matter up and try to ar.
would do well to ceasI their ecturnto honest comparison with him who tak- riei regular correspondeMce from
the South, and oonslder their own race by G. W Adams, i welcomed to our ing advantage of official positi line Mr J Y Price formerly a well- every towu and neighborhood
troubles. It is doubtful if they do near- exchange table. It Is a neat, all-home- his pockets with money filched from known contractor here, who has been Lettrs must be mailed each week so
Iv o well as the South has done, and is printed sheet, and a credit to its editor the public at large. Hanging should be away for several years. has returned as to reh us by Thursday, at the
ing. and to its town. an honorable death for such creatures. I with his family to reside permanently. very latest.


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Failed to Reach Agrcact After
Beidn Out for Six Days.



Passenger and Freight Crash To-
gether on Nickel Plate Road.


It is Understood That Four Jurors Held
Out for Acquittal--Mrs. Sanfo:d
Was Acxious for Conviction.

A mistrail was finally declared at
Rome, Ga., Thursday afternoon, in the
case of former Tax Collector Vincent
T. Sanford, charged with the murde,
of Ticket Ageat George Wright of the
Southern railway, whom he shot to
death July 19th for alleged Intimacy
with his wife.

Eight of Those Hurt May Die--Ciuse
of Disaster Due to Misunderstand-
ing or Ignoring of Orders.

A fa:t cast-bound passenger tra:n
f.n the Nick1 : Plate road collided with
a west-Lound freight train carly Suitn-
day &t K'shmaa: Ohio, near Verm:-'.

lon, result
persoaa, w
ers were
Probably d
the official

The mistrial was declared at 2:05 Ec by a m
o'clock by Judge Moses Wright, after neglect to
the jury had advised him that they the cr dew
could not agree upon a verdict It as or of pas
understood that eight of the jury under, Ne
atood for onviction and four for ac- Pldlay, 0
quittal. Those for acquittal are aaid Ian labor
to be Green, Brandon, Vincent and GrrlaUo, J.
Kelly. lha, N. Dir
It is understood that the only qute,- iola, C. Ca
tlon that the jury could agree upon Aside fr
was the fact "Should I find Sanford killed on t
guilty of a crime that I would commit riding in t
under the paanm, ercumstances?" of the train
Two (ff t.::( Jurors, who are said @.. laborer in
have favor(l acquittal, came into ard (i. oM
prominence rthe trial of the cas3 Fort Sne
prominence luring;; the trial of the in charge
case. M1r. Greeu was reported to have C. C'. Poole
expressed an opinion before the tria: I ill,,d t h
that Mr. Sanforil should not be con- for the a
evicted. An nymonms letters were re- h.edlight
ceived by the lawyers In the came to fireman, I
this effect Fevra; d1ays ago. The jumnring.
mo:.her of Juror Brawlon died while
sender t ra
he was sitting on the case and the rst three
court gave hJni permission. in com- of the fre
pany with a bailiff, to attend her fun- smoker an
oral. Nearly cne day's time was lost forward ca
by the a,-sence of the juror. splintered
The jury which tried the case was sente". In
in the.r Lox for ten da)y aud in the. uninjured.
room, after the case was referred to fire. Tko

them, for aix days.
Whtle Sauio:d, surrounded by hbt
attorneys, i-tuol ba:tlIng for his liLfe
his wite, on account he shol
his victim to de-4 h, declared she wasu
absolutely differentt to his fate.
Without the ieaa: show Of emotion.
Mrs. Sanford declared her husband
was practically to her.
A sensational feature in connecloa
with case was the dismissal by Mrs
Sanford of Attorney Copeland, whom
abe had employed to file her petitoa
for divorce from Mr. Sanford, and
later her statement that she had
wronged Mr. Cope.and and she hoped
he would continue to represent her.
Her reasons for dismissing the attor-
torney were that he had given out for
publication her divorce papers which
oontained statemouts she had asked
to be withdrawn:. lAter .Mrs. Sanford,
in asking Mr. Copeland to again rep-
resent her, atateJ that undue pressure
had been brougi: to bear upon her I't
causing his d.smissal, which she re-
Immediately upon the declaration of
a mistrial Judge Wright was asked to
set an hour for hiring an applka-
tion for bond.
His Honor promptly named Thurs-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In the
superior court room, but at 3:3) count.
sel for Sanford asked that the hearing
be postponed until Saturday at 3:10
o'clock. This was agreed to and Judge
Wright so ordered.
When the ntws of the Sanford m1i.
trial was first made known to Mrs.
Sanford, she.said: "I have been prio-
pared to hear that for several days.
I have &o abhding faith that that map
will yot grt hUi just reward and b-b
made to suffer as he has made others
rcffer. I am goTing to stay in Rome un-
til thn end. if It is twenty yearn. Th!s
Is where the trouble commenced and
here I shall say and fight my fight.
I am In constant consultation with my
faithful and hard-working attorney,
ad -I do 2ot care to say Uaythlal

ting in the death of twelve
while at least twenty-five oth-
tz.jured, eight of whom will
lie. The wreck, according to
s of the company, was caua-
ieunderstanding of orders or
obey them on the part OL
of the freight train.
'd are: C. W. Poole, eng!n-
uenSer train; Joseph Alez-
wark, N. J.; Frank \\'eavei,
)hi, and the following Ital-
ars: D. Pomodoro. Antonio
Paraci, F. Buscini, F. Scil.
rmora, A. T. Chille, G. Tra-
alii ni.
om the engineer, the me:i
the passenger train wAre ail
he smoking "ar at the he al
n, andi were nlmostly forei' .i
a the mrnploy of the S'nid.
;:nil ay, on1 their way fro '
'a, Ohio, to0 Broukfie.ld. (Ohio,
of a foreman. Er1ngilt-
o of the passenger train was
.s prast while trying to respao
ir brake afttr seeing the
of the freight tr.rin. If a
Haeftier. save himself by
The high speed of the i)a.-
In threw Its locomvtive ani
coaches over on the clglnn
eight train, telescoping the
d the car following TTi.)
rs of the freight train were
,o fragments. Of the pa's
the smoker, none e(-ape. 1
Fortunately there was no
lrjured we-re hurried to Lo-

ralne and ip.aced In the hospital there.
I he dead were conveyed to morgues
Stit Loraine.
When th. trains came together al-
most everybody Li the smoker was
dozing. The sudd'.n jar hurled them
out of their eats into the asIe. and
threw several persons to the roof and
sides of the car. which seemed all at
L :ce to crush In like a paper bag, pin.
ning down each passenger In the po-
sition In which he had been caught.
Ihe passengers In the second car es-
caped more easily, as there the vio-
lance of the impact was not so severe,
although few got off without cuts.,
bruises, sprains or broken bones. Their
two rear cars were sleepers. and they
withstood the shock without tuffer-
L Ing ser!ot:s harm. No parsengers iL.
the sleepers were injured.


Two Ghidren of Couple DOeaonce S~es-
tUoel Neports s titrwe.
Mrs. W. H. Cobb of Royston. Ga,
who was arrested under the coroner's
warrant, charging her with voluntary
manslaughter tn killing her husband,
whom she. it Is alleged, mistook for 's
burglar, quickly gave the $7,000 bon'l
required by Justice Jordan. The cou-t
to which this is returnable will be
held the fourth Tuesday In September.
Paul and Flor,.ate Oobb, children of
Mr. and Mrs. Cobb. says la n aInter-
view that they were very much sur-
prised to see the sensational reports
in the other papers in regard to family
differences betwon their father andti
mother. Paul said that the domestic
relations between his father and moth-
er were the most pleasant: that the/
lived together in perfect harmony, anti
the reports are absolutely untrue.

C )mONrcel WVO of Railerd Preprty.
According to a bulleUtm o the cen-
sus bureau, the w~..hOretal valfu of
the rallroUd property the United
State Is tl1,44,15,a0 .



Russians Mak: Kick as Uwur-
motntabie Cortcssloas.


M. Witte Objects to Features of Japa-
nese rcmands--riffcrence In Crm-
d.niials Still in Issoe.

A special from Portsmouth says:
Russia's reply to the Japanese tervLs
of peace wAs delivered by Mr.
Witte to Baron Komura at 9:; 3
o'clock Saturday morning. The re-
ply Is written in two texts, one In
French andl the other lu English.
Upon two crucial points, indemnity
and the cession of the island of Sak-
halin, the reply is an absolute non1
lossilmus. Other 1.0o nts ar accepted
as basts for dibcitssion. while o:hers
are accep:e(i condlitionally.
The repey is rat!ii' r bratis
eutmi.rati;ig tVIe < Allit ions upon.
whicII d.n.'ussion Io adnllittrd an'i
those ul<;o hi chi (c <>is:dleration is de-
(lillud, re~sonts a:. t arl g iu i'llts ate
The taci(s of the Japanese are in-
scrutable. uaey ihave shown througiu-
out the war this ability to guard tear
secrets, military, naval and dipiomat-
Ic, and now not the remotest clew
comets from n :ehiu.l the.r cetaed doors
as to whether they ate i.repared Wo
make suibs:antCal concessions. Silence
aud secrecy are their watchwords.
A very remarkable s:ate of affalr:.
exists regarding the <'redentials of tue
Japanese pileuipotentiarlcs, ad thet
end is tiot yet.
Notwithstanding t.h previous ofnl-
clal statement that %ith the exchJange
of credentials all difflculties on that
po!nt had betn reniu ed, thot As(o ed 1'rts leardts ualit (i'i tthvel;." that
the matti r still is in i ue. After the
la.:ltre of aliton Kli inl a to iprduote
hi t credetltialis at t l. t, lltt S,,, t llo oil
Wedtlesdiay, an fEiii'gl:s!I < l)py lY s coil-
IIlt ctHihle to M. W itIne w;t tIi SttatO'-
menit that it uas a copy, but that it
was in no wise att st :1.
At Thursday's so'sion, Baron Ko-
aura ,ubliiltted the original in Jap-
anese, hut, of coarse. no fni(iOlnvr of
the Ituii ian nitisSloi could read It. M.
Wi'tte'n credentiJ.als on the con'xary,
while In ltiNilan, were ac(coinpanxild by
a certified copy in Frencl, which bore
the signatu-e of Cotunt Lati.sdorff, the
Russian minister of foreign affairs. M.
WHtte hasi re urand to Baron Komtira
the copy of the' c(redent-ialIs I
the expecti:ion that he would forth.
v.lth rt'cclve en attu-s.ed topy of the
translation, but up to noon Friday he
had receive-d nothing.
The differfce In the po wr oon-
ferred on the two pl'niiotlentiaries
also raises a delhate point, ani ouuc
of the grea'est moment. In the RItuk
lsen creden:tiaJs the emnilwror pedges
his word of lonor to sign any treaty
which recelv:s the approval of M.
Witte. The power oonfe-rrwLl upon M.
WIre to negotiate auid oorwJude a
treaty of peace Is absoluWt.
Baron Komura's cred'cnthala, on the
contrary, specifically provlle that any
treaty negotiated by Hiron Komurca
must receive the imperial rat.Ufaton
of the emperor of Japan.
This divergence In the character of
the credentla's is no vital that M.
Witte has communicated to earon Ko-
mura an official diplomatic note where-
In he notifie, the Japenese chief plen:-
potentiary that whI'e he stands rorialy
to exercise tI' full powers upon him, in view of the limitation
placed upon the powers of Japan's
chief negotiators, he regards It an
only proper that he should cwmm lder
his powers l'm'.ted in the same way.
In other words, utnles the powers of
Baron Komniura are increawd to mak,'
them coequal with those conferred
upon M. Witte. Emperor Nicholas wilt
have the right to ratify or reject any
tr. ty that is negotiated.


Occupetie 1a Bill Pea ied Geos a

An occupation tax apon each anI
every corporation doiag business In
Georgia. ,cmestlc and foreign. wa,
what the house of representative.
adopted with practi'aly no oppoa,i-
This occupation tax sla graded in
accordance wlU the l corpotion'A
capital s:ock, varylug from $5 on our-

parallousawhose eaptal steek 16 low"
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mTm- -- --. ---- ---
PIiehedKI very FRIDAY Mornioas
v -1
The pleasantest way in which a
Warship can be sunk is to be sunk
"**coitrwu'tlvtily." for then the sailors
get their feet wet only "hypVjthetical-

Two yuars ago Great I;ritain, Gerr-
many and Italy gave the world a los-
Son In "pacific blockade-s" Norway
has now given It a les on in "pacliSc

If Ruiila had a navy that would
float, an army that would fight aad
a government that would govern, she
might In time become a great world


Sunday Coferece Was Calld Off
Wilt Status of Pace R 0otUtlons
Stin to the Air.
Tbh envoys of Russia and Japan
held two conferences Saturday, oneI
In the morning and the other lasting
from S to 7 o'clock p. m.
At the morning session the answer
of Russas to the demands of Japan
was given to the mikado's represen-1
tatives, who, after considering it, re.
turned for the afternoon conference.
The afternoon conference adjourn.
ed fO the day at 7 p. m. Both the Rus.
slan and Japanese WJealpotentiaries
went at once to the Wetiworth hotel
in automobiles. Mr. Witte and Ambes-
sador Rosen preceded the Japanese

power, declares the Loulsville Post suits.
--_ bortly after 6 o'clock, Mr. Berg,
There are ao many heartaches and one of the Russian attaches,was hand-
so many tear,. so much grief and so ( d a message by Mr. Witte's secre-
murch worrow, so many heavy crosses tary for immediate transmission lo St.
h o n hrI'itersbearg.
to be' borne' by dishi-artened men and ',theapansr pgonlotent.arits.
frail women, that It ought to be the Theg studied the pRussan answer
pleasure, as it is the duty, of their to the condition the conference
stronger follows to lend a hand, as- opened at 3 o'clock to proceed to the
serts The Commoner. discussion of the articles, clause by
clause. The mesm;on was finished at 7
The people of Philadelphia are o'clock.
standing i'rect, masters of their own The mion of the plenipotentL rides,
civic detin The an and their which was to have been held Sunday
civic delnes. The gang and their afternoon, was postponed by mutual
machine lie wrecked and ruined and agreement out of reverence to the
the penitentiary yawns for the graft- faet that It was the holy Sabbath,
4er. Such a demonstration of the wbch ais universally observed In Rus-
power of an aroused public sentiment ate as a day of rest.
has not been given since the fall of he Russians had not been anxlouts
the Tweed regime, concudes the for a Sunday session, and the Japan-
the Tweed regime, cou ude ese took the initiative, and, through
Portland Eastern Argus. the intermediary of Mr. Pierce. It was

The four most successful plays of 6dul to postpone the sitting until
e pst -aon wee by American Mdtday morning.
the past *s.on were by American Both the Russian peace commission-
authors, and of these the two most ers attended service at Christ Episco-
succeasful adult with American life pal church Hunday morning. When
and conditions. says the ioston the Rssilans reached the church the
Transcript. Although many managers two envoys were escorted to the very
l r n unconvned, itoks very front pew. On arrival, the rest of the
still rfmnaln unconvinced, It looks very
party were shown seats Immediately
ilch >as If thi, phiygoens are quite behind those of their chiefs. When
agreed that there's no place like the plates for the usual Sunday offer-
BItne, sweot horne. Ing wer, passed --- frth a bill, and the congregation
We have sufficient Self'Iont"rIl to given an Impressive Illustratlon of
get lionn with winr noliglib1wrn, but not the4 lhierallty of the Russians.
enough to ge t nli.:ig with our wives, A sourne'what strange avern I.ife-. We,,. uri. ,hl t, I. civil the service nn I one which wits to.
the 5mionn*'*t Mtartling to the Risalana*,
to those wo e, it ,only now undl then, om' t artlin to the Rusan
buto haventis~,w an ielf s th, th, hidden burst from the organ
but we have ot s ye.t .qulrid1 th hoof the Russnlan anthem, the miic to
fliir l4train whlili hiouldi Iia uk in hvymn .No 97, which, by chan< e, form-
able t hi' civil to th s., with vwhlorn pia a part of how iiptiscribed series of
We I:N' cornotli ntily sit1l .lliitintly H*'o' irnday servicok
ilated. in a word.l we art' only ibout t To thoe national anthem, the. Ru.-
i. .. I lans Hmang:

UBl11 Civi IIzed.

A report of then Iritlih Lighlning i
Research Committee, recently pub-
Itked and prefaced with a note by I
Sir Oliver lIodge, contains some new
and valuable Information upon the
protection of houses from thunder- I
boltn. As mnunmarlzed by tho El'c.-
trical Revl, w. the relxort plinits out
thnt tho pioblt'nem of atnitilntlg lijhi.
Ding roils to i otiNuse hai to dlii] nl it
only with t l it, tlintity iof if. IrII t v
to h' dischit rgidl, ibut lil the' *1h .
tricItl e'ne'igyV, niil I I ('i "It 1 i t it i i
able tlha;t ll hlit it g cI l'tlu( t.,I 4 ihot l.
have a niufi 'rsii enS IoI il.i'liltl" It l C tl rgy l'\ l.,.
qC 11 lly ai:n l (',1l lt'- 11+ itly h,l'l\ "
Evenl wl ti this done it1 IN I ls:',i ; t>:it
that thio artificlsl path pr ll',1 l fior
the lightning to follow houilthd I"-
strailght, conclude's tihe N,w Yotk lier.

Writing In Public Opinion. W. J.
r)yan iays: Thu t ime in likely to
come whe,:i those who grow rich by
Immoral methohis will beI dental thre
prestige which slome now s-curer by
3atentatious lbherallty. (GIrud for
gain has raged llke a fever, but there
are slgns of abatevmnt. The itandantl
of measurement hnnas too often beeln
wealth--no matter how une tled liut
thero is ovidepnce of a return to hih.
er Ideals. Many have been "lio d.
winked into believing" that what n'r-.
lyle calls "loyalty tu theit mneovya'.ha'
tl a noble loyalty, but he speaks the
vernlirt of history when lie says:
"*Mammon. cries the, gheerouus heart
out of all areas and countries. Is the
basest of known gods. even of kaown
devils. In him what glory is there.
that ye should worship him? No glory
discernible; not even terror: at iest
detestability, Ill-matched with despite.
ability!" And in the days to conie
--may they draw near!-we shall
learn anew that "thought is stronger
than artillery parks," and that "the
beogitnlg of all thought worthy of the
S is love."

"fkdl nave the tsar, strong and power.
fill ; I
Reign for glory;.
Relgu to the terror of the enomy.
0, Orthodox ('Car! Long live the
The words in the HIymnnJ. however,
were, In part, lthse,
"Feret harlparotui nations at Thy gates

W\'a!k Ii I y lightly nail in T Ihy iite:i l'

.' 1 'I'lay tIn iKht ;It' I I tthliom <' I' "I 1
Irot' I, ati, I'I | n tio ,.
\\ ,1 **\ I.n i I n Jn u i. t r,!
r n I "
M II 4 e1; II e. (11'' .:l rtlnll''
rtitl 'n r > i r iii.euilit ('b : o:initlatsi r
Ifhlii'i 'I il hWiinii. hie' naval itiitachle of
Ithe .l paint o-' lg i o It ll t III W ast gll toln,
atllteind d Ii-h nil ng s'rvilr at t1','
'bhrlet ilni ilirch in Kittery. Maine.
It had i 'lien announced that Taka-
htrs would attend vespers at Christ
lpturopal church whore hi Ituaisliann
haid t1.e'n in the morning, and because
(of inability eof the choir to remember
the; Japanese national anthem. ir.
riageliKnltitS had been made to sing
the Irlltish national anthem (tout of
doutrteny to the distinguished vialtors.
tint the' congregatlonulookod in vain
for the .ia!asnese minister. It seems
that at the last minute, thinking his
goIng might attract attention. Mr.
Takahiras decided to go to the Chris.
tan church In Kittery. some five miles
away, where he was not recogniAe'd.
The Japatiimse inlinistor participated in
the service"'.


lecreesa *i le VeleIs Iapected to Re1ch
Ierty Mi*ieo Mark.
The .tate tat rwturna for Georgia
hfve encris'aev d .$13.1 3.87l to datZ.
One hundred 'and twenty two counltltvs
have aMnt in their digests and only
fifteen mnori remain to he beard front.
The counties which have not yet sent
In their digests are LBaldwin, Burke.,
Cobb. Karly. Floy l. Franklin, Glyn%.
Greene, (Iwinnett. l.e. Marion. Ta'.-
call. Walton. Ware and Wayne. Cap*.
Harr'son of the cvmrtroller's offlcs
states that l' his opinion the increaal
will reach $40,000,000.


L C.


Eaty 3. L-se 1. it er 9ey 9t* o .e
mm.a's EMJd.n rPills.
Mary l. L[se*, formerly political
leader and orator of Kansas, now au-
thor and lecturer-tbh only woman ever i
voted, on for
United States
Senator, writes:
Dear Sirs-As
many of my
friends have used
r[omn's Kidney
Pills and have
been cured of
bladder and kid-
n y troubles. I
feel It my duty
to ree)m mend the
medliene to those
who suffer from such diseases. From
pe4sonl experience I thoroughly en.
dorse your Lamedy, and am glad of an
opportunity for saying so. Yours truly,
Foster-.Millurn Co., btiffalo, N. Y.
SoM lby all dealers. P'ri'e, 50 cents
per box.

Kirke La Shelle's Best
No one ever understood the foibles
of stage people better than did the
late Kirke La Shelle, and of the rul.
ing passion of actors he used to tell
this story, I won't mention the ac-
tor's name, but he li a star of con-
siderable reputation. Mr. Ia Shelle
met him on the Rialto one day and
noticed that he was wearing a mourn-*
lag badge on his arm.
"It's for my father," the actor ex-
plained. "I've just come back from
bin funeral. It was a sad affair."
Mr. La Shelle expressed his sin-
cerest sympathy. The actor's griet
was obviously real and great.
"A thing like this a man doesn't get
over soon," he went on. "I attended
to all the funeral arrangements. I
did the best I could. We had every-
thing just as father would have liked

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"Many there. askel La Shelle.
"Many there!" cried the actor,
changing from grief to animation.
"Why, my boy, we turned 'em away."
-Washington Post.

A school teacher was trying to im-
press upon his pupil's mind that Co-
hlmbhu discovered America In 1492.
so he said, "Now, John, to make you
remember the date who-n Columbus
discovered America, I will make It In
a rhymn so you won't forget It: 'Co-
liimbus smiled the oc'ain lliw in 1492.'
Now, c,;in you renmrnt',r that, John?"
"Yo... Ir," riilli- John.
The n,'xt morning when hlie camo to
sr'tlootl his tae'h'r n\4tl, "John. wh'n
did ('olnmbimn diiicovr.r Anw'rica?"
"'olimlmbus aiillil the' dailrk blu so0
In 1493."

Improved Ship Propeller.
A now hilp prop,'ller, latente'd by
Rt. 8. Crawford. carries an Ingenious
setting of the blades on the scrow,
which is claimed to give a better grip
on the water, with lees Alip and less
broken water. Th blades are not ar-
ranged perpendicularly to the shift
axis, but are "Inclined aft from root
to tip," being curved circumferential-
ly. The tip of ono blade overlaps the
hane of the next The rsuailt seem
'o Ie that thie critilvAle:it of one lI I
lade.' Is nidR 11;' I;h by a SWet of th.* ni)w
(IeI H, p,>rhapi)4 < ':lchin4IIn; i ro- i ,'',
anil rel.i' sing it i'h I ;.. hat< l i
tioh i.- lonlion i .i'trt ,r.

r Theii IVI I C t orer.

trouble l 'lr r,,,>Mn iI o(ti iP.:.,
rliTh:- i n seirio,:* nutter to tle' lnt-
hiind 0o. f.,thl'r vlo ) *olllir'totis for tl.e
future of li's ilii:" 'omies. ()fte'i the
neart troiblpe is 'iswtlAd by nt unlez-
pocted thing. n ixl 'H ii l troretrd If
taken In time nuil pruuirly t:'rnted. A
n in In Colorado write's
"I was n grPi t ffro,'e e rintker for
many years, and sins not aware of the
Injurioti effects of thfe habit till I be-
rcam. itprnetien' Invalid, suffering
froan heart troni;%h. Indigestion nnd
tervoutiness to ail ex;:ent that nimde
me wrVtclielly minerahle myself andi a
mnntianner to those wlio witnessed tuy
snffirluuH I
"I eoinnflnlu to drink Coffee. '.aoT-
ever. Inot s1pechtngf tlint It was tihe
culse of my ill-h liitn. till. on applying
for lire lnisrailne' I wa:s rejected on n i'-
count of the trouiblp with my henrt.
Then I leentnm* :alnrmnle. I found that
leavinui off 'coffee li helped me quickly.
so I ulitt It nito ether. and having been
attracted by the advertisements of
l'ostum Food Coffee I began its usc.
"T'*ie change in my rolndition was re-
markable,. and it was not long till I
was completely cured. All my allmsnts
vanished. My digestion was complete-
ly restored, my nervosnaness disap-
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heart steadied down and became nor-
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There's a reason, and It tola explained
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In Interest of the southern. The (cjadsetic wcrk :a t ce imE-n
Wh'!o t.:e Ga'neiville rnd GL!f r.:!. 'ilting for to j:a.c f.i.r t3 be
road Was pJrclased .jy F. M. t.muo.a held in Tampa, NovemLor 15 to 3) ia
tea of Tampa anj A. P. Etuckey, B. p1og~ Ila Lcod bhare. A 1argo
4 W. DiCat and J. N. T.I11r of Oca!a, force is at wor.; on t.e ground, ana
.-t ia a (omamoa ramor tca4 the de-i the buildings will be erected as ra,-
was made in the intorcat of to Idly as the lumber can be supplied.
Southern Ml-lway, and taat arrange- Plans are being perfect ed for moving
nments will at once be made to ex- the big building of the o:'.
.tend the line from Fairfield to Tans. Plant Investment company onto the
pa, lessening the diltrace teowcen fair grounds, frcm :"s present loos
.h',con and the south Flor da metropo- tion. j.:st wt.jt of the Tamp, DIy ho-
ells by ncirly a hundred m.les. tel. This is to be used for the wo-
The Gaineav1lle & Gjlf railway, is nan's bullinug a& the te'to fair. Ev-
forty-eight miles in length, extending ery day add.ticna! ccuntiee are an.
from Sampson City, where connection no-racing preparations for exhibits at
Is made with the Georgia, Southern the fa'r, and there :s evidently going
and Florida, to Pairfield. Marlos coun- to be n spirt io ontex among the
ty. It traverses one of the richest hor- I various countlt s to see .re t'.o bil
t:cultural and farming sections in the, prize for the bes (ollect.vo county
state. exhiiit.
The construction of the line began In ---
1995 'y V. J. Herlong,. and wacna One rf the larp.'si d-as in tlmbeT
completed it ran from Gaincsavlle, lands !n -westcrn iauorida to tbe con-
to Micanopy, known as the, summated in many years w.& I
GVnemville, Rcvky Point and Micanopy the pd3t wP",k when J. R. S.iinders
railroad. and associates p-trcha~) a tract o:
A couple of year ; ter it was extend- about 75.,0 1 at re- !roni J. A. (Th.athn
ed to Fairlell, eight miles south of & Co., the consideration being above ,
Mc3nopy, and in 190) construction $50, 00,. The land lies mcs:ly ui
tas omleted north to Sampson City. Santx Rc-4a county. i.though there

"where the name was changed to the ore some holdings in Wakon county.
Gainesville and Gulf railroad. i The timber on it .3 what is known
Immediately Tolhowang the transfer. I as "round" or unboxed timber, having
the new stockholders of the road held never been turpentined. The purchas-
a meeting, and elected officers. ers of the tract, in anldtlon to M'.
The inventory of tlh Olsneevtlle and Stunders, are C. M. and M. I. Cov
'Gulf railway was forty'elfght miles of ington. and a number of Georgia par-
track and s:dings, all -station housesI ties. All the parties interested arm
and depots, three kloomotives, four considered wealthy turpentine op.

passenger coaches and eleven
.ars. The consdlerttln wea

Two Raltroad Ordirrances Signed.
After a consultation with prom.n-
*eat business men and citizens, M.Iyr
Bliss of Pensacola affixed his signa-
ture to the two new ratmroad ordi-
nances recently passed by the city
councill and they become operative at
once. One grants water front prlv.-
leges and rights to -a corporation
lnown as the Pensacola and North-
eastern road, which Is to run from
'ensacola to Andalusia. Ala., an1 the
cther is known es the P,'nsacoAi ird
Northwestern, and connort.s P uh'"-
The ordinances have be('n htoi,
tho counill a number of times, Ih:-
were only recently passed. The mayo:.
howpevr, was of the opinion that r!l,.
interests of the l ity were not properly '
guarded, and thit too much l)be'i
given the roads, and wa. und idril
whether or not he would veto thO'
measures. lie asked for a ronferenco
of business men, and afterwards an-
nounced that he would sign the ord!.i-
nances, which was done at once. Local
capitalists are heavily interested!,
though New York parties are behind
the movement.

Comptroller A. C. Croom, Se'retary
of Stat. I f':ay ('rawford, Sal)pi-r.:-
tendtnt \V. M. Hoihowa:, State Tri r
I:."'; \'. \'. K V ii u.o: r I"
of Ap.r. :ia-"n it. E. .Ml W,;n of t. *
I oardl (t' (,(n li .-sitol r.- orf siati. i-
s hi i #; ,, u i;r..' l to .l:'tli -.: ,' ,
few dai;,s ago li:mn Ch:attahoocl.( ,,
wher' they went to insrt,.'t i'qns andi
seo',r a u.te for tbh new building for
C(olor't nI'a pit.(Cints at the s;a',
Hospital lor insan Atier se(-:c'tin.
the s.te for tlhe building, the ticar,
made an inspet'on of the hospital.
.and found Its affairs In a highly st-.
'sfactory cor. iltion. &.;)erinLende nt
Whitn(r stated that he had no diff-
ants to taKe the place of those who
went out on the a'rike recently, and
has a larze number of applications
for positions shotild any become va-

Orlando grccerm have perfeeeted an
organization for mutual benet., and
lhrreafter the man who owes a bill at
(r.e store and refuses to pay It wii.
find himself h trouble when he tries
to buy l.a mat some o'hb'r store. The obJee', ih.
r.noet commenndal.le. but should not
-#, ft w~-- V -

flat erators, and Will at once proceed *
no'- develop th?:r holdings for naval store

The county comm!s'ioners of P,'i
,ram decided at their recent meeting
to call a "wet or dry" election In def-
erence to a petition presented for
their consideration and represented
by L. E. Robinwon of Lake City. Mr.
Robinson stated that he des!roe to
know what dispoition the board was
going to make of the matter, so that
in the nlaterea a of the "dry" element
he could govern himself accordingly.
It was det:.rmined after consideration
to call an election, but the (date was
not named, but slxiy diys from the,
mlioe' d< 'le< l on, as provdle'd by laN,.
will throw the batil<' of the ballots
v. ,l- in'o (

FE. .1J1,.ns, for iiany )ears sheriff
of I`radfor'd countyy, and one of the
most offl state of Florida has ever known, has
accepted a pow 'on as dep'ity with
Sheriff A. J. Higginbotham of Nassau
county. Mr. JoIns has been a terror
to evil doers in this state for many
years, and it Is due to his energy
ets well as to his skill that a greaf
r.any criminals have been brought un-
der the hands of justice. That he will
make Nassau county an excellent offi-
c'al is evident from his past rot)rd
-i:al hi determination to do his lbeu'.

Samniial Simmons, a wealthy naval
.'ores and savwmnil mrin. and hi sou)n,
IEly Simmons, wre both shot anmld
i led al')::t flf:e'n miles from Jach-
.onvll. a lfeww (1'.S ao by Th'omas
H s'-. who n c ir tLhe plea of self-
d<' The h oI,'e, of father and wson
,, er. fouill In tihe pmini. % xiods. neAr
:h' publ roe l. Tae c;der Simmons
was shot thro:,gh the heart by a full
(harge cf btuc'lshot, and the ,aeart wan
found on the grmond about a foot from
the' Lody, having evidently been torn
out after he was killed.

A disastrous fire which occurred hi
'he lumber yard of C. E. Melton at
Micanopy de.stroyej 1,200.000 feet of
boards, valued at about $15.000. The
orit:n of the fire is unknown. The
flames w-re d :covered too late to
wave the lumber asa was thoroughIly
seasoned bnd burned like tiader.
A strange coincidence ts the tact
that two months ago Mr. Meltoa's mll
was burned, entailing a loss of many
thousand dollars. The mill was one of
the moit modern in the section. and
tile lots\ was a heavy one.

vi1p wn ute 5rtwcr., r.very business An invl'at on has been extended to
place in town should be represented. the second regiment to told its annual
If a man w.11l not pay for his coffee enwampmwent in Orlando. A meeUng 7f
and sugar, the probabilities are that the board of trade was held and a
he wilU not pay for his beefetesie, committee appointed to rajse the
nails, calico, latadry. shocs or newspa. funds necessary to entertain the boy,
per. If they coaclh:de to come. A piese of
Ground clroe to town hbaa been sa-
The strlke and lockout of union leted for the purpose.
carpenters at Jacksonville bes been
taken into the courts by the Builders Mayor Silomonson of Tampa and
Exchange. asking for an Injunction re- family left a few days ago for New
straining the structural building York. preparatory to sailing for the
trades nlon from plaltng one of the mayor's old home la Holland, where
members of the exchange on the un- a couple of month wIll be peout. Dur.
p fair list.. tlt::s virtually boycott.n tIg the mayor's absoece Mea. Mimore
kim. A ttea rtr y .tJucetlito was Webb. president of the tity ametl. I
granted. W I act as calf h M agisUlt ef sm

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L, 'ocr Dcmntcs cf Japs Acced:J
to By Russian Envoys.


Agr::ment R a:h:d as to lErca, Evac-
ut0io0n o0 .acbhuria .oij Ch.ncsc
E stern Railway.

Althoug;:h very ra;il progress wai
made with the peace negotiations at!
Portsmoutn Monday, three of the
twelve articles which constitu:e th?
Japinese conditions of peace, having
been agree! to by Mr. Witte and Bar-
on Rosn .)n behalf of Russia, neither
of taeL two articles to which Mr. Witte'
;ri his reply reurnel an absolute nev-

&'ive was reached. The crisis, there-
tu.rts, ib still to t.ouft.
The. tr',o "art" as they are
o.11ically dd, .gnateJ in the brief corn
huun.i.cdliiunt, uaeflvzel'd to bte given 10
the pris, are, In butbb .Ul '.ce', as to["
SF 's r.-Ituasa's 'ILognit on of Jan
pan's 'prep;nderating iiinul tnLie' and
sptclaW po~t.on in Korci, whhih HRub
sia heneetu'rth agrees is outside of her
.silheIV of IntiLene.c, Japa:a binding li ih'
Me!, to recognized thei buzt'iraliy :;t
Ithe reigning family, but wit the' riglZ"
toe give adri'e and ss.s.''Iai'c to inM
I Improve t' .vJ adilii..i,'ratitn ot ithe.
piu ir lr."
I "Seco(id-Miluiual obligation to e'vac.
iiatl ..Il.ii'ne uria, 'a( i to -tirrer nh-Tr al;
spliecial pr.1 ile ges .i that ril ovin'e, m.1111.
tiual oblige 'lton to respect thie 't 'rri-
ti !a inte'gr.ty' of ('iCliiu ki,'ul to illuir.-
tain the' i)rinle'ple' of equal oplprtnn't
It)' for tti' (th eou ie'rc'e aud tii du.'itr.' ):
all nat.on-s in that provirn( e (opc(ii
"Third-The' ( e-slon to ('hina of the'
Chinese Eais:e'rn railroad from tili-
biun eothwurd."
There was never any qiueillon about.
the a( eepitanm on the part of NMi.
W.tte of thrse "articles,." the first tw.)
<'.erluig l:i more emphatic form t;'*)
I stri glr%' \ ll ; I ro .( ',f { I.,)']:; ., -
Th'ie th.rIil I i Ia l a i : l : tl O ,''li !
) l;: re l: of t wvtI The' e .-;; ,)1i i' ti '
r', ti! l ::;'l:n (r w i: h ,'',
t l '.its.a anr ,n ::.. m n ': :'r; 't ',
-,a)l.n- at t e ,e n )[' ,1 '. ."* "" u $nl $ '''.
yuI.i,0 in, ' :tni. .Jl ;.;a ;Lu i: ('. '
1l.a, the r,': ir,. i, ai r;r i e I \ ,*

t(l,'r:ie'r i' in I t i 'i Il{l ;ie- \v r i n r
tiroigh tI! flrl.ui -u:1l ope ra' :.o) .lalani
i night ha%.' n v'"y coinsidra'le- pn-
t.ol or l tI e lalin for the, "texpie:, n '., )i
the war" qt4tiida'e'd. Ti'e- rlioad I, the. property of the in1Y..4'
Chines.' bt'k., alt..ough built by o;ov-
cran.ent money advanced throrh t.,I'
bank, and rinul' :ts completion, oper-
ated. managed and policed by the RKv,
stan govepr-me#nt.
Japan ear:not taXe the railroad her
ce!f. To pla.-e herselIf In Rimunsa's
regarding the railroad would be mil.
tarily to control the destliles of th -
three I.rovin,' e of Manchuria. whl,'-,,
bhe hams ronm!sedi to return lo Chl'J.


Gergi NMoes Concludes is Part of Work
on Important I eaetiow.
Fully sii the report of 1 s
lIa housn of representatllve Monday
completed sIn work on the new coun-
ty bills, apasing each one of them Joil'
a, the commit:oe recommended.
The new county business was coEI.-
cluded when the house passed th'
b!lls provJlJng for the creation of
Stephens county from parts of Hah-
erahatm and Franklin, and tIoomis
county from parts of Emanuel, Tatt-
nall and Montgomery.
The bouse haa thus passed bills ro-
vdias for the establi0antet of eight
eow oeatues all thUat n# slowed ua-
dM tit oUtMM *MlRdmea'.
T ttf tr em N Ii s6


Bo kc- Washlton Acts uas the Escort
01 WAaaam k :r's Daghter at a
Sw:.-. Diont.
A special from 'aratoga. N. Y.. s al
!o!lows: "Boo.ker T. Washington's ap
'iearance at dinner yesterdayy in thb
great dining toom of the United
St 'cs hotel cats.l a mild sensationl
amcng the, driers. Washington wa
the g'iest of John Wanamaker, for. postniuster general, and acted as
.scort to Mia. Barcaly WIarburton, Mr.
Wuntmaker's daughter, while Mr.
V 'anamaker walked to tho table wita
J. R. E. Roberts.
"Washington preached here throo
times yesterday, frst at the Presbyto-
rlan church, In the Baptist church, aul
late in th, evening In the African
Methodist church."
Cunni-ngham Condemns Booker.
A dispatch from Blnmingham, AlaI,
bayte: IAeutenant Governor R. M. Cun.
ningham, la a statement made Mon-
day night, vigorously condemns the
action O Booker T. Washlngton in
dinlag publicly with Joan Wanamaker
and h.s at Saratoga
"His conduct In accepting those at.
mentions from northernn white people.
:ald LiitOt'enant Governor Cunlngham,
"proves conclusively that he is an u. i
wse leader of his race. It contradicta
enmphaticaily the pol.ciesi e has
proacht'edi ani the protuesioln he hdas
n.alde. It inmpairm his useculness to hib
i 'opl.e, for while het nmay be mmani o
from lthe' injury that will follow, tie.,y.
( rodulous and Ignorant, will stuffer
in, alvciiably.
"If he' h-' sant down and itI lied how
I:#- t ild mo.(t effs actively array th.'
\ hilo -itia:minsa thet blla ks in t.he soirli,
h,' eoail not have hit upon a p)lani
that would hal\e l>e',n more e(fftctivet
hanll the oia he' has adopted.
Dr. Stagg Blames Washington.
fir. J. W%. tagg, pastor of the First
P'reshyterla- ( hutrch of Hilrmingiham.
sald the action of flooker 'T. Washing- d
tot, In Sawatoga, Sunday, will retard
the, ia.ion (of the northern and south h
era branch k of the church for many
year.. I
"John W\anamail.,r, with who' ,
\Vahilngton dined piblhlly, Is a pronto
Il':nit m 'il-mbir (,f ;.i northern l1'rtem .Y (
t*o'r an c htlch 'uI, 'i al:; suitlh rti :ne'i. ,
lI rs of the' church will iretent hlii a
' ( 11. I lb l;, \'>' ls.t ai,g ,I| slieore Ilhalt l
.Mlr. \\ !j;:r. l. i. li i )ro-,s t I ,
\ 1.' 1,' N r. \V' i ni a l n ir l P,, 1: I1, .I i
i :-' :i l :- 'i ti :.At If n t :e .
', i .'in ; I; r ''rilng ,;. r:t .,
t' lH14 ,1 '


filty-live 4Nw (a** e*ld Iwe!ve ODealhv
for the Dey ina tew OCrens.
Yellow fv er flgur(e for Monday in
New Orl'ahss we'rv sJrpr.singly snini'.
inihldhering ttat nine o en of the cani,
re.;ortvd r,'alIy belon.,:d to Sunday'
liut, having core !n after elohlii.t
of Sunday'> i pocrt. Moslday rtm- ust-i
ally been a heavy day Wir r.e'w ae i
or. account of hold-overs from Sundas,
and if the number of rew ta;'.t fo.*.
the next ft w days continues small,
then it can he' sald tit the a.tuathoii
In really Improving.
The official report for the day wn*
ea followed : Ne'w <'cap. W., totn0l <'aI te date, I.* 1S. d,,eths. Mounlay. I,3
iotal deathN to date. 166; casi 1t:m-
,lir treatme'nt. .17r,.

NORWAY VOlt fo0 Cl 100$lO t.

Question of Secediag Irom Swedem is Ap
proved Over|b, Ili4gty.
The Norwegian people, in a reer-
er.diim lake Sunday. pronounced i::
favor of 'h-" d1isolitlo.i of the unloit
:;th Sw'ilen with remarkable unr-
n:imlty. Of 450,000 voters, 320,000 cset
'allots. The difference between thi,
total number of oq'ers and the num-
ber of votes east is attributable to ab
bentees, such as sailors abroad ani
others who are out of the country a;'

Thousanda of women O bo did re'
have the right of fmaebise., sagneo
petittam. a the streets ladoraing tn.,
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Fresh Meats.






Practical Plumbing.

Tin Work of All KIids.







lilro0ad Officials Thought Roosevelt
in Danger and Took I cautions
for His Safety.
A New York dilpatch says: That tnhe
railway official were alarmed for the
eafi.ty of President Roosevelt on hil
t ay from t'hautaquia to Jersey City,
on ali i'urday, is shown by the fact
imna'o known Sunday that the presi-
e:nt car did not tome in over tho
nain line. Inste ad the C('autauqua spe- was brown In two at Sufferin,
N. Y., and the presidential party was
ro-Iliaht in by a speelal roundabout
wiy over two tall branch roads.
Pedlle'tit ioesexvelt las sai to have
it, ed t) t ti. unusual lrecautiolln
t .. 1ut a1i1iqu ..e ice when positive
t i ;, from l'rlr 1 lent Underwood t I
!. Er-.,' railroe'l were shown him.
I r!. rs ,',<* l :.'- i'd as a res ilt
.I %%, .li( 'I :.t!il thi'ren wa.i a p.ot
I il) up ithe p're h de'nt'm train l;'
l,!;'.' <, ed. N .1.
'' ..,' I:'tm ia''niui i xs 'ilal was stop-
l ati S iI* r'n virly Saturday mori-
nx 'l he :' wi a it onnutllatlo:i over
hue il-li phot,: wtich was followed by'
R cinsiil ttiton of railroad men, at
hil bh .b wusi dedcded to send the prev-
<'-i't to Spairkill. a small town on the
IIu 'w n. .aire miles below the Pe!?
: ont Lranch, and thence to Jersey
iti on ihv Northern railway, a
Irani having its terminal In Nyacl..
P're!le'nt Roosevelt was awakenetl
tnd told of t'O change In the sched-
Ile. as the o.clals did not like to
a:ke t1he, responulbilty without h!.
ors.e.i. The prisldent. after sore
tr( .l iton, that he was "In the band
r th.e Erie." and while be had no
i or W his train 1.oo!g wrecked on
.'o mnaln Ine. he would do whs: the
railroad nmenU tho;u gnt beAt. Slow time
a ni mtdle ov'r th.e Plermont branch
nil lhe Northtrn raihrosal, and extra
n' n gi;3ar !i every part of bo:h roads.


Referee Plumley Directs Ihel VeeleeIe
pay Over 60,OGO.
Claim aggregat'ng more than $650.
00,t held by the French goverhmont
against Venesuela. have bee" allowed
by Referee Freank Plumley of North*
field. Vt., to whom they had been -re
ferred for a declslon and final ad-
The claims are for damages alleged
t(, have been sustained" by French clt-
irens conducting mercantile enter,
rlnet's 'n Veneauela daring the btauea
rectlou of 1601.

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List of Victms Also Keep Pace
Wth nr0oess of lzuffctio.


SFailre to10 Report Many Cases Prove
S cGreat Hindrance to Physicians.
t SSurgeon White Talks.
A -----
A New Oro'iris ipeclal a)u: The.-
beavy Increa-se :n the wuftmber of asefin,
Which btgan foir or filve days ago, in
lbegnnling to mnanilf#,t jt death tlit, which can be expi'-ct-d to
grow steadily for the hext few days.
The number of new ca-se seems amaJll
t o comparison with Haturday's rfcor I,
b upt is !really n.netten shryrt, as their
t number of c('ame were turned In by a'r
I Inspector just after the hour for h iis-
I Ing the. report.
0 Among the a ', 'i'v,; opel H.inlay
I io o1,4xi ('I l:l',|j Jr., a-til' r of the'
People.' bank, who r'ol'~te far o:]t
on Norlth Jiihhnoi istr re .' A lbiot',,r ,o i a'
I In Maurlie Ke. ny lly, fex-t in llisini n au :.l
SO*x-miumnber of the legiilatuire Two
I Of Kenny a ilughttrI wer.e trilke -
Saturday. Only five of the, rnw fo(,i
are above Canal street
Surgeon W'hite has made a change
In his organization by which he hopi-if
to aOeRmpllah reMits miller qulk.r.
I The fumigation and scr(ilng work
S was all done by a central department,
under IDr., essner, which s-nat squa'ld
out on notifloatlon of (eso. by phys..
clans. Sunday afternoon Dr. Whit', a,.
"embled all of his miulordlinate.s I.
conference, and decided to I nce, thu
screening and fumigation work undoe.
the several district
among the district surgReons, and l)r.
GOeener will be given charge of on',
of the districts.
Dr. 'Whtle says that If he euiIld
learn of every eae In the(- <:ty evil
apply ie proper m't hodm litr)-la, :;y,
be Ia conflilent that h, f iv iilI ,mlitm;)
out the dPlipai, in a shioir time.'.
The griat (aMits for thi spiroeadrl hasi
been the (onre.alrrent (of (iuoE-'. artiI
the change of roiteldint i of i)eopk* h
who have ben inf eteld.
Following In tha record ffir tiirulitl:
New caaes, 0; total 968; deaths, Sunday, 12; total ,lafuth l
to dalta, '14; acnas under ltr t imn. .

a84 ,
High Water Mark Reached.
Followlna Is the offIcial report for
Saturday: New cases, I0f",; total 'il can. 4
to date, 913; death, Saturlday.. l, t' -
tal deaths to date, 142, c. ses un dlr
treatment, 848.
Thi flrures above speals for tho-rn-
selves. It was a reourd day all aroun('.
The only fem4ure of the report that.
could be taken as encouraging w'a.
that very few of the cases are aShove
Canal street. Dr. Perkins, chIef of th.
oorps of medical Inlpei-ctors, reported ,
forty-three new ctnmsa. These cape' iart s
amOng & lag;e Iatch which hdd lei'e-i
reported as suiplclous aend whih It he
Investlgatel Friday. Only n!n1, of the
new foci are above CanaJ street.
Physicians who have failed to reo
port ease that are dIscovereid are' Rl-
ea an opportunity to correct their
emission, but a second offense will re
ault nla prosecution under the nlaw.
This bh also brought out a lamrte
asUber of 4ases that wele' ultilr

Surgeon White has received 'in"' rie.
tloe framD Surgeon (General Wyman
aot to allow any bananaui to Ie' mhlp-
ped out of New Orleans to any polin
It was believed for a time' that thisl
rgatrotkio applied only to localttl0h
la tbe south. but poostive InformTati oia
vwas bd Baturday that It ni'annt an
tabolute stifling of the New Orleaiii
ftrat tnde. The grounml for thi. order
to that mosquitoesM may got into the, t4o
vang cars which cannot li) fumignt'.l.
Thber wre several eoft'r,-n<-eon on
this subject between Dr. \\ite,. D)r.
gouabon and agents of frilt v--,I. ,
but they did not result in any lmiltl
estlllO of the order.


Ifw Me S4u to Death 10 fIwMe sd the
wiofeel o@ Tw Out.
saMSue Bimmons. a wealthy naval
stores and sawmill man, and hisa so.s
Ely Stmmone'. were both shot anl
killed about fifteen miles from Jock.
sonville, Fla., Frlday, by Thomas 1119L
ler,. who enters the plea of self-dv-
The elder Simmons wa shot
through tho heart by a full charge of
InxKkahot, and the heart was found
on the ground about a foot from the
body, It having evidently been torn
out by h ad after the shooting. ,.
JUe at 10V.

C (IMMOMMY I: nmerrit;oe Nir holaIstof,
1-t'e- I. loted Sr I iue's; i- an a iettr-e
Iu.lo;io47 It owtliecINotith4fe-gt, %,a~h-

11 FoiqetI lopI.n it mi If a 'a ,b we ~e P a$ ,or no It
91mirc/atilll os, lotI pll e.ofI, eaetot Ii Hralm-atilt
Iaolee f~uloat iesat, ioac opelea tefiecoir sy
ot'ocwjitswmil ~&I it tptlt ,,'rsowas *ufler-
doofer~ron. that1cotta julint. ''
(Pier nrmuy anad Ol(frer:y are ttw naturer
P1 Ie-tion aof ouir eilpoiusy.
;I 'er no..a t Otrtiean lml prol-ect .iflof The
armgl), arid toies%,Y inIra tic vicissitud4Cmes i
climoote arid .-xlw~ure.
We lhave or hwe thoiusands of testi-
itionioeels fro trn ~ominfert t-oeop6in Ilhe
arry and navy.
We an give our readlers anlY a Plight
I lrieme wof lthe vast o-an y of unsoli-ateel
oe'lirrifiemetDlr. Iii rtrmeri ato ostriotlyt
rer-civing for lca& widely know and el.
ticie'ot rel-riedEI. Permiia.
If ou do 'not derive prompot arid mois.
fmi~tetry results tram the u.,. of l'enton.
% rite at once toe Dr. 13. H,. Hartmant.
Prv-.i'ient of The Ilsertman Sonitimiuu,n


REPAIRS. a..%T1 ?uN 1.W


A Thread 1,000 Miles Long.
Sg- 14L h 1icait tlittollISt l, Ittu e st kl wil e Smia$rrt hsrnai-n"i'It S 1`11t4r aitt
tdIkle'r thatn any oahlt'r cotitoni In th
world A loieiiie of It tailt it, 14p4inI
liatra41,770 Itnlvm ( if thrf-air

Pirudllh town of NMnfaerue''tor it iekltii' I
rpaltnuittr ptn a Ilcid (ilof So-fit J41itn'I

li liag rhen tfor anrot her e'xiot-rmri 'tt
ht-' tooi-k ii Ttihe-nr liud of cotton E,flitri
ppaimit ItIntoit m manity ba nk to iutlln o
could hIget.- IHe got 10,11400 hank s lIn
till, awl the ilurni In e~tih of tbpni
moml'sree IMO4fl i ns Thom ant of it
i'c'un'I of cotton 4 770 tmile's cfit ) anm
were ;proeciic* I. This ar. thoui h,
wits tK) flue to 1W t nyorf- I .
"ThosemWPe toflxiee'rltingtitie tpliit to j.
;wrlb ndvert itseme'et for I h, cot ton rii
the' Scauth *'-Ihll:Mle-ll~hla 1illeiiin

Muili~eoon JIiunmp-teito t 'i i ,i l snan-
tithli' great bat tie
"I'm iticfral I I shNalltfinvlto in irri!Va
tite' It to myi* rilllliunt vlttuic,'he
41lt41 W It "I emot 1011 -. S)f u' as I
krnow, I haven't any Illustrious an-
cc's? crs -- ('hicame Tritune.

hr II tlirq o 4'sit e l. W rilfI'Ior. fo (al.
('11 't'li M -11si 'I e'%'111 11N I'it -r I' .fl' arnq
iatoniili eit i rp. I, %%. ~ i'' i 'l-e -i

R m l' 'ii' it :4 SIR 1, tt Cr 1 110ti t Ililiflnf

". f;55.N'M I'l-Ro.,! Attnrnln, (in., tiro
41111y P illft-'hp folie.flel Sthi. 5e'Molr.i

h'e % 'teI -Pi di m rvAlufitr tieselaslt.
% IIfresoh (W 11u1tie IceA!ceIVat60 ColntIS
~ ~fl~h oavd uni). t wit h Lonagman A
In iiekre e iiet Ct Loin 11400ut$1 30 per
*'4eIa Rq Itarron.iPresident Manchester
M ,i.1 il;.. Jtwek ILI,. S. C writes
"I 1%% i-' : I11 ai4ae-E1 0'- In% aieteisie iiiih lL. &-
N1Iit l~Iin be tter than # $great flhs n %
lo''ikSe tleinlt~i I laeslarpr is Ago
N, "er~as ereand '-9i.''arman
Ni-e it New,5e~ Volk Ii l' :tMA-ike. for

it' vilv hthoI i maemii f'Ivs) 14 are u(fi
aI I Ilie "Wa0h i-it ~' fl .4.0 4f .4 't. t PCr -

(MIS3 -'0


.'he President's Letter in 1863 Court.
ed Japean' Prlendshlp and Trade.
The letter which Commodore Perry
bore from our government to the Ml.
kadl4o asked for a mutual treaty. The
original Instrument was drafted in
May, 1881, by Daniel Welbster, thea
Secretary of State, and was soignel b>
President Pillmore. There it rested. I
In November, 1882, Mr. Webster's ac(. I
cesar, Edward Everett, fishel It r.ut
of the departmental pigeonhole, too,:
I It to pieces and refa2~hiondl :. Th:r;,,
col)ePs were prepar-,fl aind w<-:-e kp dldly PnKrossed in Eidllih. IDutich at:il
Chinese. Those were lncloe.J tjo.
gather In a sumptuou. gold c(aae; arid,
to make the whole ;)rwe.-ntiment W'li0
more Impressilve to t-ie .Jap: n,:.'.
ma1d, the grfl I case was en:,hrined t i
a ooffer or rosewoorl
The docun-rwnt Intrust-Il (o Cono-
dore 'Vorry asked the Ja;panese court
two thing, friendship and trade-first
and forernost, friendshlip, for the safe-
ty of our seamen. Many a helpleh,.i
crew had befn drIlv'>. Into their ports.
by storm or wrecked oin their rocky
coast, (4capIng the p<-rill of the deep
only to bhe welcomed by those trur -
Iltnt UiandiE.rr to a dil geon or a ca:ij
on shore. Tljis wrong rontt l), st o;l-
'w I at all hazards. And If, In a lll-
tforl w#! ('o lll| per,. ;iv,| J1.t n;in to fn-
t'r Into flriln'lily r-litiotiiH of trade-,
Vi two r i (' trl-e:<, :I 'ir: ;al l teo r-
charw;i -' *)f p1 i (!) I w~ i 1 1, r:l. 'ht *;at 1 h-
nronmio 1t- PA (wnin i!i *-:- in Tltno.
w(lfarf f thO ofh11 1P wAs thioultlht
thiti (Jtrii'it ls ilgh? +.. that it. w, 11
am Yank,.e. In th< ,,;, i thf!y did. id But
It cannot (ie sald hi at Ja.ip ) aniv than an y i'.r, ever really I
yeVarrnvd to hbo/"opiI| "--From John
H. H,.woll'g "With Perry in Japan" Ia
the Century.

Excited Father--What ares we go.
Ing to do? Thes.i %cali-q only regri-i
tel ten poufldv. fnailtho baby wetgho
more, than thfit.
C'alm trother-Yotz might chop off
one lex arid wolgh that meparately.-
Momnervlle .Journal.

%'erreJlt~tor'rfr. 9triti-ei tI, r t ,& (r eodko rE'11 r'."~

The An(liplint of r,,4- Trod.) cv I i~i Siar
lima Iuiin~clv~d in' Je

D0oc0 Blgftam Sags


SLydia E. PInkhamn'a
Vegetable Oompound
The wnAohtdrfnl power of Lylia E.
V'inkham'it Vee'table tominpotund >over
the dieamses of wtomankind iA not tbe-
eaute it hi I atstirnuaunt unot Ihecetate it
|i*a palliath e hobt iimnily I'eieause it iq
the mni(ot wvoc;nderfulI tonic and r'coi-o-
xtrluctr ever dimonvered to aet directly
upon the (renerittirve orwans. pokiitivilv
curing disease and restoring health and
Marvelous cure' are reported from
all part of tli he comntrvy v womnen who
have twen retrual tralnei ntDurses who
have witit-P.4eed cnres anld ph.Ysicians
who have rect-ofni. lydisa E. |'inkbun'n V.iretable Ori.m-
)pound, and ire fair enough t uo xve
credit where It I dulte.
rIff lihy.elinti dareel t bhe frank and
owenu, utindredl of themwould acknowl-
I edge that therv instantly rscriibe
Ivilla i: Pinkliam's VYeetabfle '"nm-
potmnd in severe caa.s of feimale ills, as
they know by experience it can be re-
lied upon t.e effect a cure. The follow-
inff letter proves it.
Dr. B14. righam. of 4 Brigham
Park, Fitchhurg. Maass, writes :
It gives mee Iret pleemul to sov that I
have ftand L lyda E. Pinkham's Vegetable
t(impound very effe'aclois. and often pre-
wrilia It mii nrvmjra1tte for female diff eul as
My or daughter found it very thwn6.
dal tf'r uterit trmhblel aiuw tine ago, and my
yoaingit daughter is now taklitg It for a ft-
Iatle weakness. and s surely gaining in health
anid Mrtengitb.
*'I frwiv adlvnato It a a most reliable upe.
efrir In all'diMeasm tio which wmenti are aub-
jeI t, andl give it IEaiwt endorlnwent."
Women who are troubled with pain-
ful or irregular menstruation. bloating
(or fiatuleoncei, letuorrhwpa. falling, in-
flammation or uleeration of the uterus.
ovarian trotibls. that bearing-d felnHg.nff dissineps faintness. Indiges-
tiaon, iervonti prostration or the blues.
shituld take immediate action to ward
off the serious e r moquences, and he
reatWred to perfect health and strength
by taking 1-ydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
hile (CompoInd. and then write to Mrs.
Iinkhanm. at Lrnu. Mass., for further
free avice,. No living person has had
the tenefit of a wider experience in
treating female ills. LShe has guided
thousands to health. Every suffering
woman should ask for and follow her
alvico If she wants to be strong and
Instead of e'eeuting reforms,. the
('zur execute-, retormers. otiserves tCe
New York Amerlecan.

Jn m EwOU WS z T The youa aeed soaethlang that
izs w caeal B IT YOU KnOW WILLu OVIL
x c~ xx c-b xo m inriOULl

vey ettle ies arsataed. Mad e K is u egai Tsal aM -
xKaataelsre4byPATT..-WOeSXAXBDEo00.. Priesee
For sale by h Druggffists. Dallas, &A. aad Meeaph, TeaM.

The opinion Is C'x-oreiw-d that Pre-i.
Wdent Roos(-velt will moon give fav.
orable answer to Geron-mno's prayer
for liberty.
IsatvP Cnve-rvei Wtia 1Nn1rcg wvid e.,uleN110.
Uoul~l Not TelI Wout SWee Lotaked Like.-
Alarvelous C,..iselycy (mt junn.
"'At P,)ar awonitii4 eidtoyi iiin), tac and
1) 1) 'ty c-~jeb Viovu(dEl with i Mti(1:murk large
9. & I~ %i cE (vollIE1 iwit tieil wyl'it *I 10 UoIk4ed
Ib IP. .\') chiii 1 El r usc! itV. (rpt 'Eease. er
jiII C 1v;Ep twins; 4iitetti* 4wa.. nl uot lif tier
ethnic 1. 1014 1- 1h .4.t. It It~ ( .1( 3.(1" i iih& i-tju.i
rio.t *;u. it id.. I -ol r mIii% %%P iarY Ti iglt i p14 '
coi Ctl wrt it,, r4 P. At Livitw.e' gnt CILutwaira
~'-l ail I hliritrrat nt. '1j, wou- m.e.. bi4'dtI tc
pit1 wot aw! 4, Pll 3:iE2 toul I PiE ; it livit.

Kin Os. car.:- N I
that half a 0hron'' is !:,I ..IIILAC)

Mozley' s

Lemon Elixir.
For constipation,1 !litiMmness. In-
digestionaI. Wtr Stomach, Colic.
I)izzginess Headache and anything
esnmeitii by a disordered Liver.

That Drowsy Feating
by putting your digestive organs
to Work, Increasing your apweite.
and,.iH fact, makes you feet like a
sole. mand *1.0 p.BerMtetle
at all Dirmug j~ere..
On& Do@* Ceailtiels...


Ic E- M I ':i I 0.- 'Ir I 't if I 'I t..' I)uit:111 4.1o
'. -,e 'i' ,E u I .C-i-), d 'Iif 4, iitiit t I Ii
II ;,j.:I -t. I IE l lpI)rI,11 A -1!,II l ,p;Irti itI y
i:~h .IEN~ty& o ei~Iet C) hwg. III


OA ITS NIu3SItr."04? t1ARRIP 1)lNO
f-eoipl-ev oply Iee-itAV Ith tilet T u.S b it aild
jpu i v ibi'Nom paIrl, P.t:,EV.(-ti,pn. 'ri"m Ind
fli41it!rpy M*I ii t )4IIt-y i UIr w lrmw oflE i 41.
Prfoaclcl7 No Wosir.Out to It.
Wit- iim raritep intimlactt~ii. Iit rritw ;.#a piee
ft'r~j 111ip"ttirv ed COLaratiueI
OAXT 5111"GF. 00" .maco. 'go.,

trosbiel w"ith dl "sawierto
their "a ""edas a 4006" I man l SOc
cesetalbse -h.,ahese. k,6ism4uas tRoz.
staepsdsbagweae~ mmratesal lega
Ceese se acrb ar" Isaa atanl
F=. 14 isin poudme form to be di@Wold im* pare
wokt.te&ad nWnd wfr gveclmmmlna. rlimg, smua
&ad omcoomical than liqid antiseptics foral
rat at* at buggimes,50 cents a box.
Trial Set sad Seek of lostrustlsas Pro&
1w.49 A. PAuXeTOrN coauv ms~eevmane&


To better advert Business College, four icholrshlilps are of.
fered you:iur rwro:i4n f this countyat leas than






The three "Ills" that mak life a burden.
Naturr's great remedy. In use fur almost
a century. Sold Iy all druggists.
L.outslue., Ky.

Avery & Company
51.5l3 South 1 -ALL KINIS (F-


Reliable Frick Engines. Boiler', alt
Sizea. Wheat Separators.

4 I. /fJ^

Large Engines and Boilers supplled
promptly. Shingle Mille, Corn Mill,.
Circular Saws,8aw Teeth.Patent Dogs,
Steam Governors. Full line Engines &.
Mill Supplies. Sand for free Catalogue.

DOron vY o.,eli
Ste itemowo e al wenin la I to so
; '0 o; efft* permanent cur
[ it In oto 60 days. Trial tr'eatKtntt
ven ree. Nothingeala befairer
SwNT rite OIDr. H- O M.rtae4

R | I u lriot aI M wtIK H 'd sL OM
.&u; inm who %r. J eJied in Retiky.
14)' o Otlt r*t orf onb to whot V5* r
*I& l l p0haPnI on n ><*.41 t o1 f tbqr 3e'
uarrir. (4) of 1i 10o PWot@a lno her -
orelsraB, (ir 0) ib-" ir*t kin ol OUR
ow~,r or Pat)r .r bow dE E a0s4.
NATHIAN It('K lOKI. At sere*
amhkitla l>U )C.


OUemARAJWTBi CUkR OW on 6"d I spmdehet' ha ld breutb, bad
bige. ~Wiedaetbthestmoeebmac 11"td b=w4lsMret m.Nuttlh-, beedalbiteigsle, -pS.
pals ate case the roeis salo sks nd tmine..When Your bowein don't wige
rgUI~lary YOUan'.csock. CONGUIPsfO"64kills mere peepl* thetaall otr S isessee togetbif. It
~ simee sa Is jers tm~ata NoMatterwht&t* a og o, etairt tabij
ted eif 06 sem' etWel ad taywel es ilyou nt ostYe z
rigt ?he ur t1~:e~tanwit Ceseeee sda uner beeu toon tosmf
mene esfaade jeolse ablt Stmpedoversaldsamplek Mea
E Ree deM2t5sNMedChemfewYe. pa-

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JMM. WL& CN ftishew. A Cbhami t L tr mIm a Telaads.
S#'o see etMataI Saea lur ti
AsheVille, N. C., Aug. 10, 1906. &
lioa Obnntai elerAarAhTu. e
MiElanor Bell has retunmd from TM at LM _df doSk ay.:* A
a long visit to Alabama friend. 'T o-fthebatul osa
Dr. Goodbread, of the State lassao Bo--Idtheoaweodthe mountains! ti
bstal, was at the Capital on pube ur evale:
bumne Monday. Atdoft the earesof thealsb
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Williams r ime that teu pr.e ese m st. t
have gone North to spend the remain- or they l with tou t thr win;.: u
der of the month. 11 th t the owrn m fam.e
And bwe that M-wtet ril *tn.
Levy Bros. are erecting a small brick -'AI he tuta tu th e t t bh rd di
building in the rear of their store, on a s d it the a s mw.
Pensacola street. In UM suaodt, all tdh day lo. |W
Dr. W. L Moor was down to Chaires *Ti ber that the cheeks of the maiden 19
last week looking after the matter of Bloom out with the of elth.
telephone connection. ^vival ts rof. M
teelpe&ajoa that is better than wealth.
Mr. J. F. Dorman, of the Secretary For the skies are as bright as Italian.
of State's staff, has gone to his former With the .m woodmouuta l and lsln. cl
h Brinh Ivack the full sign of manhood.
home for his vacation. And life i worth living again. c
Only 9ne machine in a lifetime is nee- OhI beautiful city of Ashovile. va
essary if you buy the Wheeler & Wilson Romnwice not poet can writ St
No 6 from L. C. Yaeger. ToI beauties that cluster around thee.
No. from L. C Yaeger. Uk.e litterin start othemitItl
Mrs. Rogers, who has been the guest But the e of enraptured beor th
fr Alone n the soul of them- ^-ks.
of her sister, Mr. John T. Bradford, Fronthe x on the *wiftling river
has returned with her children to her All und to the tall mountain peaks.
home. -w. Cotton Downinx.
Mr. Geo. H. Averitt has been doing Those who have never been so fortu-
some excellent road work for the county, nate as to visit Asheville, N. C., can Ti
under the orders of E. C. Smitfi, near glean some faint idea of the natural
Chaires. beauties and wonderful grandeur of this
Mr. G. Emmett McGriff, of the Comp- peculiarly attractive place from the lit- ar
troller's office staff, has gone to Tate tie poem above. As I sit on our veran- he
Springs for his health and a much- da and gaze on the mighty peaks of the Ri
needed rest. Blue Ridge, with the ever-changing
n. Wi N. Shea has gon cloud effects and prismatic rainbow bli
Hon. Wm. N. Sheats has gone to tints upon the "pink beds" in the dis- Sa
Gainesville toarrange for taking charged nd e ing wi
of the graded and high schoolfan nce and breae this lifeationt an,
the removal of hiCrea family to that city tor of mankind as never before.
Josh Mann, the fugitive captured by Surely Asheville and its surroundings
Deputy Sheriff John Hopkins last week, have been fashioned for some special N
was taken to the Dunnellon phosphate purpose! ha
camps, where he will serve out the un- Nature has most lavishly bestowed wo
expired portion of his sentence. her gifts upon her, and man with his thi
Capt. R. A. Shine is fitting up the ingenuity is shaping and molding it to wi
old armory building for a cotton ware- conform to human comforts and pleas-
house for the coming season. It will ure.
make an ideal place for that business, The stranger "within her gates" is
and Capt. Shine is to be congratulated. given a cordial welcome, and since leav- N
Prof. H. E. Bierly, formerly a favor- ing a warmer clime, we appreciate the taot
ife member of the State College fac- fact that we are blessed in being able '
ulty, and now a resident of Chatta- to sojourn for a while, at least, in this fro
nooga and member of the faculty of grand and beautiful country. wi,
Grant College in that city, is in Talla. The accommodations of this place are
hassee making a short visit among his unusually fine. Kenilworth, overlook-
many friends. ing Biltmore; The Manor, with its very
The official advertisement of the attractive cottages, modestly nestling T
school board for the sub-district school in Albemarle park; Victoria Inn, which
election was published elsewhere, but is always homelike and inviting; Bat- e
for the information of our readers we tery Park, with its high and mighty Flu
reproduce it in another column. The towers; and numerous other hotels and Co
True Democrat hopes that every one of numberless boarding-houses, give am-
its readers qualified to do so will take pie shelter to the throng of migrating
care to vote in this election, tourists and invalids who seek her clime. D
We had a pleasant call last week Park Square with its towering shaft
from our old-time friend, Capt. James to the immortal Vance, at least he will In
H. Tucker, for many years an attache ever be enthroned as such in every true
of the United States Bureau of Statis- North Carolinian's heart, is the place to
tics. Capt Tucker is profoundly inter- go to meet your friend. This little de
ested in the "age limit" issue for the square is indeed the meeting place for
employees of railroads and other lirge all visitors. From there one can take N
employers of labor, and has promised the street car for any part of the city. ee
us some valnable information on the While here it is customary to take a fP
subject drive to "Biltmore", the home of Mr. no
Monday afternoon there was an 'George Vanderbilt. This estate with the
Monday afternoon there was an 000 acres of lnd, 90 mils of in l
alarm from box 24, and the fire laddies its 10,000 acres of land 0 miles of
got out in fine shape and in something good roads, improved stock, and hand-
like two minutes. The run was made some chateau, with perfectly kept C-!
toward Frenchtown, where a kitchen grounds, seems to have a fascination Ad
roof was blazing but the department for all visitors and is indeed well worth d
got there so quickly the fire didn't get seeing, especially if one is fortunate
enough to get a seat in a tally ho, with 4th
half a chance. Tallahassee has a fire party.
department which would be a credit to a another enjoyable trip is a visit to N(]
a place of thrice its size, yet the South- "Gombroon" j, v. Vance'sold country 0
eastern Tariff Association refuses re- home. It i an Indian name and means T
duced rates. "Happy Home". This is about 25 N
Grave Trouble Foresen. miles from here going to Black mount- cha
It needs but little foresight to tell and taking a carriage their. The
that when your stomach and liver are tri c an be made in a ome
badly affected grave trouble is ahead, is indeed a pleasure to meet some emis
unless you take the proper medicine for one from home; which No
your disease, as Mrs John A. Young our good fortune. Mr. W. P. Byrd and p=
your disease, as Md Shn A. YoungI Mr. Asa Clark spent some time here in qu
of Clay, N. Y., did. She says: a June. Hon. Jefferson B. Browne and ra
neuralgia of the liver and stomach, my atMr ae wfe T
heart was weakened, and I could not Mr. R. P. Hokin and w and Mrwife. na
eat. I was very bAd for a long time Herbert Cassidy of Jacksonville were i."
but in Electric Bitters I found just what f d Arde where
1 needed, for they quickly relieved and they are stopping. r w
cured me." Best medicine for weak ive on eat Asheville! The South
women. Sold under guarantee by all d of W all love you an d -
druggists, at 50c a bottle. wilt welcome your people to our sunny NO
eca se Toer Credit is Go. Tallahassee clime when wintry winds
blow fierce, and snow spreads her
Some newspaper subscribers often white mantle on your hills and vales T
wonder, no doubt, why a publisher will ANONA. 1
keep sending the paper when the sub- .. -. cha
scription has expired The reason is Fraud Exp*e. A.
this: When the subscription is paid to a A few counterfeiters have lately been .ue
certain time, the time expires and the making and trying to sell imitations of l4
a er is stopped, it looks as if the pub- )r king's New Discovery for Con- 6, o
ishr doubted the integrity of the sub- gumption, Coughs and Colds, and other In
scribetr; and nine times out of ten the medicines, thereby defrauding the pub- '
subscriber will give the publisher a lic. This is to warn you to beware of ter
**calling down" for insinuating that his such people, who neek to profit by steal- th'
credit is no good. Rather than cast any ing the reputation of remedies which r3
reflections against a neighbor's honesty have been successfully curing disease the
to pay a small debt, it has become nec- for over 35 years. A sure protection to

tinue sending the paper after the time or it on all Dr. King's, or Bucklen's
has expired. The city weeklies and remedies, a all others are mere Imita-
dailies do not generally follow this rule, tions. E. BUCKLEN & CO., Chi-
as their subscrikers live at a distance, cago. Ill., and Windsor, Canada. All N
and besides they are not acquainted druggists 1N
with them and do not know their finan- -. -. .- ,. o'1
cial standing. One should deem it an ** ar note -sa M AlabasR waln te
honor to know that his credit is not Cmbelle, TTaMaha se 0SerOs RaUrse. or
doubted, when the publisher continues Tl J
to send the paper. Should the sub- Tallahassee, Fla., July 20, 1905.
criber desire to have his paper discon Summer excursion rate to Lanark and atk
tinued, he should inform the publisher lowin round trip rateis.)re
and remit to dato. if any amount is ow- announced Glfin oa trip rates are the
ing. Chipley Banner. announced to Gulf Coast resorts for the to
ing.Chipley anne .. season of 1906, from Tallahassee: and
Pisea la **. Sopchoppy, $1.00; Lanark, $1.00; Sun- kdi
days, fnal limit date of sale. an
Perhaps you don't realize that many Sop $choppy1.25 Lanark, $1.50; Sat-" s
pain poisons originate in your food, but urdays, fr limit following Monday. -
some day you may feel a twinge of Sop 1.50 Lanark, $2.00; 1
d peppsia which will convince you. Dr. daily, limit 16 days.
king's New Life Pills are guarated S hop, $1.66; Lanark, 2.40; ,M
to cure all sickness due to poles of daily, fnal mit 30W days.
rtgested food--or money back. 2ce R. C. mr. As,I
t all duggists. Try them. Traveling Pasuener Agent. jd


Notice is eImby given that an elec-
on has this dj been ordered by the
board of Publ: Instructions of Leon
county, Florida, to be held in the court-
ouse at Tallahassee, in the said county
nd State on Monday, September 4th.
. D. 1906, to decide by ballot whether
r not the district as described in a pe-
tion thisday presented to said Board,
all become a special tax school dis-
ict, and to fix the rate of millage to,
Sassessed in said district, and to elect
three trustees to serve for the next
uie eding two years.
All qualified voters residing in the
strict who pay taxes on real or per-
rnal property within the district and
ho have paid such taxes for the year
04 shall be allowed to vote.
Ordered that C. B. Gwynn. C. G.
eyers, D. W. Syfrett act as inspec-
ri and that A. G. G(odtoJy act as
erk of said election.
Ordered that the elic ion th ill te
inducted according to the rules pre-
ailing in the general elections of the
tate of Florida.
Done and ordered in open session on
is, the 1st day of August. A. D.
GEORGE J. DAvls,Chairman,
E. B. EPPES, Sec. and Sup.
allahassee, Fla,, Aug. 2, 1905,
Agonzlang Burns
e instantly relieved, and perfectly
'aled, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
ivenbark, Jr. of Norfolk, Va., writes:
I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it
istered all over. Bucklen s Arnica
alve stopped the pain, and healed it
without a scar." Also heils allwounds
id sores. 25c at all druggists.
Notice is hereby riven to all creditors of the es-
e of R. L Collins., deceased, and to all persons
ving claims against him or his estate. to pro-
it same accordinR to law within two yearn from
s date. the 4th day of December. 1904. other.
ie all such claims and demands sha'l be barred.
Admr. Estate of R. L. Collins.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors of the es-
*t of Mrs. Emily M. Collins, deceased, and to all
r*fn' having claimed against her or her estate,
present name according to law within two years
m thin date. the Ith day of May. 1905. oth, r.
se all such claims and demands shall be barred.
Admr. Estate of Emily M. Collins
Legal Notice.
months after date, the underIatined will file
eir accounts as Executor and Executrix of the'
ate of Martha E. Fleming. late of IAnm 'count).
>rida. decased, and apply to the Honorahble
unty Judge of said county for their discharge
such executor and executrix.
F. A. CRAWF'OHD. Executor,
I.. F. CANTEY, Executrix,
of the Estate of Martha E. Fleming. Ieu'-'.
ted this 21pt day of July. 1905. lani.m
the County Judge's Court of County
of Leon, State of Florida.
the Matter of the Estate of Robert L. Collins.
eceasied.-Notike of Sale.
suant to the statutes of the State in such ca-
made and provided. I will expose to sale at
blic sale on Monday. the 7th clay of August.
6, between the hours of 11 o'clock In the fr-
in and 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at
store house, corner Clinton and Adams streetp.
the City of Tallahassee. county of Leon. State
Florida, all the Stock of Drug, mwlicines
res and fixtures, pir,'perty of the late kobeit t1.
linp. deceased.
mrinistrator of the EstateofI Robert I.. Collini.
eceasoed, this ;',th day of June. A. D. il^',
'he atbive sale is I ostponed until Monda>, the
day of September. 1905.
YrICE of App location for Tax l)eed under Se.-
tionSm of Chapter 4OM, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby givon that Jonah Britt. .ur-
sser of tax certificate No. 18. dated the fith day
July, A. I). 19M03. has filed said certificate. in my
ce, and ham made application fur tax ,leed to
ue in accordance with law. aid certificate
braces the following described land situatidl in
on county. Florida, to-wit: Lot No ', of ll'k
. i as per plat recorded In deed book H. H.,
se 6W2 in the northeast quarter of northiojit
carter of section t36 in township !)ne north of
uge one went. The maid land ewinait nws.ed
the date of the issuance of such certicate in the
me of Burton Austin. Unless naid certificate
all Ie redeemed according to law, tax deedl will
ue thervon on the 21st day of August, A. I).
Vitneis my uicial snirnature and seal this the
h day of July. A. I) 190X.
Clerk Circuit Court Ieon County). Flliria.
ITICE of A ,plication for Tax l*ewel I'nder
Section Ht. f ('hapter 4H, laws of Foruta.
lotlee is hereby given that C. H. ;wyr.n. ,ur-
ser of Tax Certificate No. 39, datwd July 9th.
D. ID0. has filed said certicate in rny l(ce.
I ha made application for tax (teeid ti a-
in accordance with law. Baid certiftrate em-
ce the followlnir deeribod land situatedl in
Mn county. Florida. to-wit: Lota Noe. I. 3 and
f block i1. In Villa MitchelL in 'eet,,ons 1 and 2.
township I south. range I west. as per plat
J in the ollice of the clerk of the circuit court.
taming three-iuartiers I) of an acre, more or
i. The said land being assessed at the date of
hsuance of nuch certificate in the name 'f
gJe Crmos. Itlas said certificate hall be
seemed a-cording to law, tax deed will iMsue
reom on the 15th day of August. A. D. InSS.
VItnes my official sirnature and meal this thr
h day of July. A. I). I190.
Clerk Circuit Court ILen County, Flrida.
Administrator's Notce.
the24thday of Aurust. A. D. isifS. at in
lock a. m., or as -ran thereafter as I can be heard,
Sundstigrnd adminstrato' of the estate of
ill M. Collins. deceased, late of Ieon eonnty.

ridae, will apply by petition to the Hon. John W.
lona judge of the circuit court of the Second
a circuit of iForida. at Quie Florids, for
thority to se the following desr id real estate
which the said Emily M. Codlin. deemed. seised
I possessed. to-wit. The northwest quarter of
Northwest quarter of sretion sixteen i.),
maeip 2 south of ran east. situated, lying
I balu In HUlo ansuh e tr lorlda. Also
A numberem onnad two at bloc ix In the sub-
isten known as Villa Mitheil" in section one
d two, township one (1) mth et rfr one (1)
mt. ske sed itn LAM eomtY. lF L Als Ut
th haltf W(1 the Ms ht (Z%) o Tsaloeir-
eitCr let 3 e l m lamA tewesther with
Sweolin and itmpr iemta the monm. situated
M Se it th t 4. e m theI
-A. U.
st towe 8.***- at 49 r1W oFt
r ask



By joining our Piano Club you will be able to get
a $400 grade Piano for $267 on payments of $10
down and membership dues of $6 per month,
without interest: Piano delivered free to near-
est depot as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.


To introduce and get this Piano before the public,
we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED members,
and each member will get, a Piano at the whole-
sale price. The club is limited to ONE HUNDRED
members and all instruments will soon be taken.


Is an instrument that has been manufactured in
our own factories, with some special features
that will make it stand the climatic conditions
of this State better than any Piano made.

Send for Catalogue.

The Cable Company

FRANK 1. ICASI4ehager.




Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

The Eagle is Uncle Sam's
Mascot. His eye is keen and
his mind alert. If you have
an eagle eye for Value and
Wish to secure the Purest,
Freshest and Best iDrugs on
I the market, you will swoop
down on this store when you
want a prescription filled.
D. R. eOX, Drugglst.
Telephone No. 17.

-' .. :the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
,K '.I- ure for ,the horseman. The showing of

goo(i acclimated
S.. --- of every description is an interest

.-"- Those in need of business horses or
-: drivers should see these animals.
There's a grand lot to select from.
Prices are right.

J D. CA Feed and Sales Stable,
9 140South Adams Street.


S**anid take a look at our conveyances and
.I-'' you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-

C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 39.


bWyi \ osofe.see

osesoos ea the Eye. Bw sadN o" a Spedalyt.

@wg..a. is odesp"tI *5evr.h

Wood Ya.rI
Near Seabeard Depot. P lU.
The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
all the time. Prompt delivery, and sat-
isfaction guaranteed.
To close out soon; the drug store and
fixtures of R. L. Collins, drug store In
Masonic building will be sold at a great
J. G. CoLuNs, Admintstrator.



fl Io

THu TRUE DEMOCRAT. Ed Asteie*b**8
TH r U L" A Crawford is dead!"
JP11 1. COMlU s aM lh*. The shocking announcement was
,made about noon Tuesday t ov
PUULIMD VzmT lmDAY MORmINm. from the residence of Private Sere
ntary Brown. Just asroess the street from
A aaeas eet. the Crawford reidel e.
Mr. Crawford had Just returned the
This entire community was shocked evening before from Live Oak, felitn
on Munda by the news of the sudden somewhat unwell, having aufered al
death of array D. Hartt, at Boston, day from fever, but Tuesda morning
while on his way with his family to visit heat a tolerably hearty breakfast, I
his former home in New Brunswick. and later was sitting reading when at- i
Mr. and Mrs. Hartt left their home tacked by a severe pain over the heart. I
in this city on what was expected to be This growing worse, Mrs. Crawford as-
a pleasure trip about the lh Inst., and sslated him to lie down, and sent for a
had reached Boston, where he was physician. but before the arrival of the L
taken Ill and soon after expired of door he expired. The eause of his
heart failure. death was ated to be heart failure.
The deceased was a prominent busi- Mr. Crawford was one of the most
ness man ot this city, having succeeded widely known cltisens of Florida, hav-
to the ownership of the large furniture ing been prominent in commercial, po- i
business established by his late father littcal and ofeial circles for several
in his lifetime and was making a dis- years. During the past two years he
tinct success of the enterprise. He was has been connected with the office of
a member of several prominent secret the State Auditor, and was recently ap-
societies and was greatly respected in pointed Assistant Auditor under an act
the bus news world. He leaves a wife of the Legislature of 1906. He was in i
and a young son surviving him, besides the 51st year of his age, and leaves ur-
several sister, none of whom now re- viving as his immediate family his wife,
side here. ,- . .. who was a Miss Fleming of this county
G.verse Namset Tal and four children, his aged mother and i
"" "a--" "" a brother, Mr. Anderson Crawford, who
The Gainesville Sun professes to be- resided with him, and Is employed as a
lieve that because "the people of Tal- clerk in the Auditor's offie. i
lahaseee are not giving any encourage- Edwin A. Crawford was a man of ex- A
ment to the committee," the Govern- ceptional character and ability, and
or's mansion should be built "in some possessed a large circle of friends and
other town." his services to the State and to his fel- A
Very well. Let us suppose that, like low men will be surely missed
the location of the University, the Leg- II -I l ---- - -
islature had Inaugurated a sort of par- Seaer Diarrhea to Childre.
awl eontest the prie to be given to During the hot weather of the sum-
the town whiKh got the most votes, or mer months the flrst unnatural loose- h
which offered to give the most dollars; nes of a child's bowels should have im-
and suppose the decision fixed the loca- mediate attention, so as to check the ,
tion of the Governor's mansion at disease before it becomes serious. All
(ainirville, How would the Governor that is necessary i a few doAse of Cham-
be able to live in It during his. term of berlin's Colic, Cholera and l)iarrhoea
office and do business at the Capitol at Remedly followed by a dome of castor
the same timelture thresher oil to leans the system. Rev. M. 0.
)oubtls the Lgislature threshed Stockland astor (if the first M. E
over this phase of the matter, and de- church. Ittle Falls, Minn., writes:
cided that as Tallahassee was the only .'We have used Chamberlain'n Colic,
place where the mansion could be erect- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for nevy
d, Tallahassee, with its "cinch" on eral years and find it a very valuable .
the location must be made to pay remedy, especially for summer dior- .v
handsomely for the seeident of poses- ders in children." For sale by all drug- A
sing this advantage-hence the require- ut. "
rnent that the city should furnish a site. o .
The Legislature, however, overlooked Mr Chas. G. Myers came uip fon
one aspect of the scheme, viz: That Lanark Tuesday, where he left hin fam-
abroad, among the people of other ily for a season.
States, and in the judgment of, per- V r. George H. Perkins in on the Gulf
hap, nine-tenths of the inhabitants of (ous, with Mr. Alex' McDougall and *
F"lorda, that body, by imposing that o h*rn, to enjoy the Gulf breeze and t
requirement upon Tallahassee, in effect nalt air for a few days. a
declared the State of Florida to be a Mis. J. G. Collins and daughter,
pauper and a mendicant, and its Inhah- Mi s Susie Black and Mias Mary trick- *
tants tobe grafters, eager to get land, who spent several weeks pleasant- t
"something for nothing," and ready to y t Panae Springs, returned home
pinch" a victim whom they believe t4) auestay .ap
be helpleM. C .ueday.
So far as The True )Democrat is con- Care Satlca.
cerned in this Governor's mansion mat- R.% W. L. Riley, L. L. D .,uba,
tar, we shall not be sorry if the legisla- Nea York. writes; "After fiftevii
tive hold-up fails of its purpose. We Neays of exruciating pain from tat
predict that, if no further steps are rheumatim, under various tream-nti.
tken by the people of the cit to carry umatis udevro e
t the.onerous provisions of the act f I was induced to try Ballard's Snow
utlt the onerous provisions of he ac o Liniment; the first application giving
t, the next slaturew, and prowill e for my first relief and the nesond entire re- n
the purchae of a site and the erection lief. I can give it unqualified recom-
the purchase of a site and the eret .menditon. 26, 50r, $1.X0, For sale
of a mansion without such law Iomes- aruon 2, 1.0 For ale
ing a single suspicious or unjust feat- by all druggists.
ure. Step that CO*gh. in
oerblea When a cough, a tickling or an irri- r
station in the throat makes you feel un- In
Renders the bile more fluid and thus comfortahle take Ballard, Horehoundk
helps the blood to flow; it afford Syrup. Don't wait until the disease
prompt relief from biliousness inrlg Syrup. Don't wait until thedisease a
tiopn, seik fndnoe r lous easindtggen, has gone beyond (control. Mr. and Mrs. h
over-indulgence in food and drink. c. J. A. Andersonm. M4 West 5th St., Salt ,
I. CaIdwell Agt, M. K. and T. R. i ., lake (ity,. tah, write: We think
Checotah Ind. Ter., writes, April 11, IBallard' tlorehound Syrup the best ii
:sleover two yearmedicine for cough and coldti. We
I1: wassick for overtwhave used it for several years; it f
with enlargement of the liver and lwys given immediate relief, very
spleen. The doctors did me no ood pleant and give rfet itfat r
and I had given up all hope of being 'ieascnt an gives perfect oral fay-
eured when m druggist advised me to in. 2e, Sc, $1.00. For sale by all m,
use erboine, it has made me sound ggit. --
and well." kc. For sale by all drug- Fertilaers. W
tgmi. Notw in the time to order ,our fertil. r

The Kladergartea.
A kirnergarten in connection with
the Tallahassee Graded and High School
will be opened Wednesday September
2. It will probably be conducted in the
same place as last year (room in Leon
By act of the last Legislature county
board are empowered to establish kin-
dergartens under certain conditions.
Our county board has elected Miss Da-
vim, who so efficiently conducted the
work last year, to fill the position. The
board will pay the salary, and. in view
of having the new building on their
hands, the Woman's Club will assume
the other expenses making the tuition
free. For further information, ser
Mrs. W. L. Moor, secretary of the kin-
derSarten committee, Woman's Club.
We trust that all parents who have
children of kindergarten age will avail
themselves of the opportunity offered
in having two free kindergartens in
Tallahasee this year -that in thecounty
school, conducted by Mti Mattie ('lark
Davles, a graduate of the Louisville
Training School, Kentucky; the other.
the model kindergarten in the normal
department of the State College for
Women, directed by Miss Annie
('hairs, a graduate of Mis Von Wag-
ner's school, New York.
TaUX WoMAN (, Cm.yo

Acute attaski of olle and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief mut be obtained. There Is no
necessity of incurring the expnse of a
phNaciah service In such cases if
Uhamberlain'e Colic, Cholert and Diar-
rhoa Wdy is at hand. A does of
this ri dy will relieve the patient be-
fore a doctor could arriv. It has
never boe known to fall, even I rr the
most sever and dangerous cases and
no family should be without it. For
sale by all druggists *

i.4er for everything you wimh to grow in
the fall. (;ive your order to
tf R A SIHINK, Agent.



Fancy Goods

Diinly ( dollars,
Hl<(ndker( hiefs, La( es
and Embroideries

Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery

The Newest Materials for
F-dntl.y Work.

149 N. Monroe St.

oNwe1e aThe LeAs ne, .

Atwe. m C e tLrm Rmol sUmte.
Agecy Per The Royal Tailors.


Georla. florida & Alabama

(C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
scbdak nFetA e 7.* P. U.. MAY 6. 10i
omth Beund.
Ma NoA. No. 6 No.
Lv Atanta IJfm 7L.1m

LV ihtnlbod-G Il-i &i6pm *u20n
Ar Tii.ipm .4pm .em .....
(vtia .A.L.) IJIpm 4.00wn
Ar Jaekomville 7.pmn 0p.fOm .
Lv TallAume 00pm N.00wm 8.15am w&a0pn
Lv lope koppy &14pm 10.00km 9.2m 9*.Mpm
.L LAwrk 4&pVm 10.48am .06atm 10so.,,
L Carrabolle 400npm 10.15am 10.31pm
Ar Apatlaehersa 7,00pm .. ..
North Bound.
Sunday oat'day
only. only,

No. 2 No. .z No. 4
.v APs lachlola 7:00sm 7.30pm
I, v(Carrabelle 11.Sam Z.0pm 8.00pm 4.I)pm
.v Lammr 11.4m 2.20pm rn,646pm 4.48rm
Iv.Bopehoppy I&Ipm 314pm 7,21pm 6.186m
Ar Tallahasse*_ O Fj Opm t. 356pm ".aam
Iv Jaekonville
(R.A.L. Ky. 9.06am 4.00pm
br fl lmjP I ..ji-m
f8.21pm &3' m H.46pm 4.35am
Lv Bainbridge 6.26pm .27am 10.26pm H.27am
Ir Ar!!ntqn 7.2rmn o 1f.laTem l0.amm
LvCuthb.rt 8.43pm3.W&m l 1.5 1M
,v Marcn 4.15tm 4.11pm 4..3am
Ar AUanta 7.1amm 7.66pm 7.66mm
Nutice-Train No. 6 and 6 will depart front and
rrive at foot of Shotwell stit. Bainbridg.
Tickets for train 6. ievingt Hainbridge Sundays
it 6.21 am. will Ie on sale at the "Mce of the (Wl.
tWhn (irorery Comipany,
*Train Nio. 6 will stop .'V minutes at Lanark for
W. M. L er. E. 0. Alsion.
erwUral Managwr. (Gen.ral Pasmenmatr Agent.
H. C. nlpea.,
Travelimr 'lainenger Agent.
TallahassMee. PFla.

Amendment of Charter, Increase of
Stock, etc.
Notice li hereby irlvn that a meeting 'if the
trkholder( oif the Southern Teleplhone and ( on.
Iuuctkin c('mipny a corporation under the law.
f Florida, will be held at the off e of the conm-
any in the city of Tallahansee on the 22nd day of
lugust. 190M, at 12 o'clock, M.. for the. purpome of
getting uMpon the following proposed asn;eiilment
1j the charter of said company. ti witl:
That Artl'e l of said rharwrr shall le amended
o an to red as follow.:

Jeff. D. Perrell,


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

A portion of the public
patron s f solicited
and satls faction duaran.


inie or uow"aftae
egos asu e sapem easy my
Ballard Sinew Limlimt Coo
01r. ZOUES we*

0 TO I

. n I better are the chances of your
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
yiu use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
tell, there's little likelihood of your
havin; anything but a pure, who'esome
yet economical product. But don't 1w
content with a "just as goo," flojr -
demand the Clifton everytime, it i3 the
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

The general natureoof the roumnei.w to be conduct
il by saki cmAsnpany shall tI to construct. acquire.
maintain and operate telephone exchanges and tel-
phone exchange lines and plants, and telephone
nillinim and plantain the counties ofreoni.Waki l.
i.Franklin, Jefferson. Gadsden, Jackson, Madison
nd Taylor, in the State of Florlda. and to con-
truct. acquire, maintain and operate electric
plants for light. power and other useful purposes;
nd to deal in electric supplies and manufacture
he emea; and to purchase. use. lease. sell, mort-
Wage. pledge or otherwise dispose of real and
Personal property, and burrow money for any and
ll of the axve purposes, giving its bonds, notso URES COUGHS, COLDS CONSUNPTION llON
r other evidence* of indebtedness therefore; and WH I G C ArE THRAT As n
Shave and enjoy all the riht,.., privieg at o n IGCOUGHa O THROAT O 1 I
owr neces.ryor proper for carrying on any of LOSS OF VOICE LOOS NS THE PHLEG AND EASES
The telephone exchange line. and plants to be in EXPECTORATION. HEALS THE LUNGS.
ny of the place. heoelnafter mentioned through
r into which the telephone ubll line. may pas or Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for
,ntr ,or be. or any Intermediate place, and tele- Ghldrdingr phan s WhopinBEST hremed
hn tol tationto be at any of aidlaceher Chldren Croup and Whooping Cough because
after named or any Intormediate place. The it contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-
elephom toll line to be conutructed. acquired
maintained and operated by this corporation shali hound Syrup is mild and benign, it is adapted to infants, a well
standd from the city of Tallahasse. In Loon county.
lorid. to the town of Mont cello, n Jefferson asadultsof every variety of temperament and constitution.
county, Florida, through the villages of Chairee
hirty-one miles; and fre n Monticello or Drifto. Read This Remarkable Testimonial.
SJefferson county. to Madison. in Madion MRS. I. W. EVANS. Clearwater K ., writes:-"My husband
om lor iiton in Jefferson county, or nme Was sick for three months and the doctors told me he had quick con-
itermediate -point, to Waciaps. through Wau- umption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup,and
eenah. in paid county. a distance of twelve mile.: it ured him. He is now a well man, but we always keep a ot te
distance of sixteen mike and fru" to lla ithe house, and think It has no equal for pulmonary diases..
Sin lon county, to .uincy. n Ga. Easy to Take. Sure to Cuare Even Bottle Guaranteed.
en county, through the village of llavana.
distance of twenty-eight miles; and from Talla.- T Ur SGIXRSe A S4O50. *100*
aM ., aforesaid. throu h Arran and kiopchoppy. NW IMIM A T A
IWakulla county, and Carralle,. In Franklin, BALLA S SNOW II T CO, ST. LOUV NO.
county, to Apalachlcola. In Franklin county, a dies.
nee oaf eighty miles: and from Arran to Craw-.
ordvlle. a distance of three mile.: and from Sop. I
hngppy toPananca. a distance of seven mile:; and SOL AND RECOMMENCDED B
romn Tallahamee to St. Marks. a distance of
wenty-one mile.; and from Quincy to Marianna.
distance of forty miles; and from Tallahassee.
foresaid, to Perry. in Taylor county, a distanceof|
nft miles. t liloonth d The State College for Women.
ifty mle. the total mileablnir three hundred
That Article III of caid Charter. which now
d..s as follow.: .The ital stock of this o. fl da female College Tallahassee, florida.
any shall be ten thousand dollars divided into
nehundred shars of one hundred dollars each.
ad srol be fullr es for in eah, or property for The ber college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantages
se in the musines of the comp ny. at itscash in music and art under teachers who have studied in America and Europe.
alud whenthe stork t iss ued ."shall be monied Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
y addin thetoat the end therf the follow a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under the
the amount of the capital stock of this company direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School for
shall be neaid thirty thousand dollars, masto Women supported by the State in Florida, offering professional one year
wake the enUre capital stock of the company k
orty thousand dollars .ueh tin rseor addl. courses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses leading to the
tonal stock to be divided into three hundred degree of L. I. Advanced college courses of equal standing with the Umversity
hares of on hndrd do each. All of such leading to degrees of B. A, B. S. M A. and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
nersrasd or additional capital stack shall be paid
or as follows: one-half thereof. or ft t nominal. Session begins 9 a. m. Wednesday September 27, 1906. Forcatalogue
mad dollars in lawful money of the United and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHREE, President.
states, and the other half. or Afteen thousand dol-
Ia', may be paid for in lawful money of the . .... .-. .
slutal Stales or In property., labor or ervicee. at a
just valuation to be fixed by the corportors or by
he diestors at a meetinelld for ucth purpose,
Prverty, laber or -rvk- may be also purcha* n.
ed or paId ior with any Mh capital stork at a
jat valuation of ouch property. labor or service
o be fixed by the directory of the company at a I
neetlim et ed for *uch pu r.po
By order of the company. I a|u oles

se ertary.
Tallbshame. Fla. July 21st. IN& 14t
NOTICE of Applkatlonkm for Tax Deed Under fec-
tion 8 of Chapter 4 Lawsf Florida.
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