The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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VOL. 1.




NO. 28.

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


DOINGS AT THE iuaioes, and Street Commiitoner Henry qJ 'S VIEW. which she saw;" and acquired a com. TIH
has been busy with it,--md otherwise m --- ,andla influesmc upon most of the
STATE CAPITO all the week. Additionl employees, if what a Sttm Says public sand questions of her day.
needed, wer athorisd theMayor Mrs Lon has bmen a writer of much
to soare then he oired. T p* Tr aW fore, and her published reminiscences
Items of laterest fe the Varlous One of the best the oficals of The prs he have recited the of early pioneer Florida history will re- Pla
State Dpwartmesti. the sanitary department have done is to terms of adopted at the Ports- main a feature of Florida literature
order the removal of closets on some mouth and which are now throughout succeeding generations. -
premises which were public nuisances, being f i to a treaty, but the Her only son. Hon. Richard Call Long,
EXCUTIV DPARTMNT T people of Tallahassee are cer- real issu their disposition have now living a recluse from physical in- rom
The return of Governor Broward to tainly fortunate in possessing faithful been little erstood by the general firmities, is yet in the full vigor of a W
the executive office was the signal for and devoted heath officials, and may public. T'e lan representative is a fine and active mentality, a direct in- is on
renewed activity in public affairs. After feel assured that the sanitary condition said to have ited as ata magnificent heritance from his distinguished for- count
disposing of the application (to the Par- of the city will be kept to the very, diplomatic ry, but there is another bears; and her only daughter Mrs. E. pea
doing Board) of Isaiah Cooper, the highest point of efficiency and safety., side to it. K Hollinger, equally well equipped for dem
Governor and other members of the Besides these excellent officials, there The folo statement was made by intellectual conflict with the world, has thec
Board of State Institutions spent sev- stands behind them, armed with the M. Sato, in alf of the Japanese en- transmitted to her own young sons the outp
eral days in conference over the matter authority of tne State Board of Health. voys: essence of her ancestral inheritance. aver
of bids for supplying the State hospital its authorized agent and representative, 'The quesetnsof the final disposition A true, good woman, that Tallahas- the
with various stores, consisting of cloth- Dr. C. M. Ausley, who is in constant of the Island Sakhalin and the reim- seean's all admire and love, have
ing, etc. There were quite a number communication with his chief, Dr. Por- bursement of span for the cost of the ... -----7.-- -- buni
of contestants, and after a careful ex- ter, and is prepared at any time when war, have from the first, the is- Miss Margret Cotton has returned dispi
amination of samples and prices, the it may be necessary, to set the State's sues on which he widest divergence of home and has tiken t ie SeLt mber e)- peace
following persons and firms were official machinery in motion, under the views has ex examination and will soon be at work the
awarded contracts : The Covington provisions of the State law, which was "Both of points threatened the again in her chosen profession.
Company, the Raymond D. Knight Com- recently published in these columns. existence of conference. T -. ^ N,
pany and Benedict, Pollock & Co., of -_t-- i "His Maj the Emperor of Japan,! TaesI l Tallahassa. ban
Jacksonville; Levy Bros. Tallahassee; That Sheriff Sale. responded to e dictates of humanity Some of our subscribers have ex- ofth
Scarborough & Co., Chattahoochee; In a corner of a weekly newspaper and civilisat, and in the interest of pressed a desire to learn precisely how the
Hargadine & McKittrick, St. Louis; J. published in Tallahassee appears an ad- peace, au his plenipotentiaries much of a tax rate Tallahasseewilhave dent
K. Orr, Atlanta, and A. E. Weil, Sa- vertisement purporting to be a notice to waive the estion of reimbursement to pay this year, and The True Demo-.
vannah. The contracts aggregated of a sheriff's sale, to be made October and consent to the division of Sakha- crat responds with the following state- to al
about $8,000 per annum. 2, 1905, of "All the right, title and in- lin on terms utually acceptable, thus ment, which is authoritative: cons
Appointments: Supt. of Public In- terest of I. B. Hilson, the said defend- making it ble to bring the impor- STATE TAX. sible
struction, Jefferson county vice J. H. ant, in and to one (1) Gordon jobber tant work of ,e conference to a suc- General revenue "- I.mills. der t
Girardeau, deceased, N. B. Gilbert, press, two (2) Cottrell presses and one cessful isaue.' Stateschool - he a
Monticello. (1) Otto gas engine, said property be- HE TERMS. Pensio -------- met
Justices of the Peace: Washington ingin the possession ofthe Captal Firstitino Japan's prepon- State Board of Health to
county, F. F. Pelt, Chipley; MadisonPntin Company." etc. derating eI e in Korea.n r sseem
county A D. Campbell Madison, and This is the same property which was Second--M ual obligation to evacu- Total ... ---- 6 mills. andt
E P. kipper, Wilder; Marion county, sold under a simi lar advertisement, on ate Manch*; Russia to retrocede to COUNTYTAX actic
E. C. Mceon, Kendrick. the 7th day of August, and purchased China all special privileges there. e erl r n "o
Pilot Commissione r: Calhoun county, at such sale by the pro rietor of The Third-Japnese obligation to restore General revenue. .. world
W. R. Shaw and J. T. McNeill, Wewa- True Democrat, John G. Collins. the sovernd a Roads and bridges 1 term
hitchka; J. R. Jennings, Chaffin P. F. At the same sale, in August, Mr. W. China in Manuria. Fine and forfeiture 1 no m
Fisher, Frink; W. 1. Clark, Marys- A. Rawls purchased, for $1, a Morse Fourth-Mutual obligation to respect School 7 s no
ville. gas engie, but the same is not now ad- ..theMutualon .. -. -hi
.reMbc.Cgas. men d .. n the territorial and administrative inttg- I .Total ,x121 this
Notaries Public at Large: C. M. Bai-. vertised toberesold.. Why? rity ofC .and ini e te Total. 12
ley, Pine Mount; John S. Edwards, After the August sale the deputy .ofCehin t Pr CITY TAX tim
Lakeland; G. B. Wells, Plant City; Jno. who conducted it was called upon by ifth-Cesion of Sakhalin Island by MuniI 1 16 situa
C. Wilson, Hampton; A. E. Voyle, Mr. Collins, the purchaser of the above- ,Rusia to Japan. Special chool 3 "
Gainesville. named property, tendering the amount Sixth-Surrender of the Russian lea-. Do
STATE DEIPARTMENT. bid thereon, for possession of the same sei to the Lisotung Peninsula, including ,, rie
The most difficult problem engaging As he did not or could not deliver the Port Arthur and Daeny. Total 191 G
the attention of Secretary of State property according to the requirements Seventh-Japantocontrol the Port RECAPITULATION. & A.
Crawford just now is the administration o e sae and te was not Arthur branch of the Eastern Cinese State taxes 6 wee
of the law requiring the registration of by Col. R. W. Williams, the attorney Railway from a point 10 miles south of County taxes. 12 Mi
automobiles. The law is typically im- for the execution creditors, as well as Harbin south to ort Arthur. ity taxes 19 next
perfect, and the many confusing anom- by the purchaser, that the sheriff would Eihth -Russia to hand over to China W
alien arising from its involved and in- be held responsible for such failure toth Eihthe a Rte Chinese Railway, running Total. 38 Waas
adequate language are vexatious in the deliver. He was l instructed h a through Manchuria to Vladivostok,China For Leon county, outside of the city, have
extreme. attorney to make additional levieso toguardtherailway. the rate will be only 18 mills or less gulf
The following letters patent have been other property of the defendant in fur- nth- ndemnity. the rate will be only 18mthin the cty ulf
issued during he week: their satisfaction of the executions, and TenthTeR an warships interned hanonea the r w it. Co

s r E. o. J. Bae and that this dputy sheriff has not Twelfth Fisheria off the Siberian To George Grissett was awarded a and
, Penaoa.failed to deliver to the purchaser prop cn The handed over to J apan. I contract for the construction of abridge Mr
DJ. Conroyin erty lawfully and properly purchased at limited in the Faa across Pork creek, in the westrnpart and
TREaird Company, Jacksonvillea public sheriff sale, buthas assumed of thecounty, the contractprice bin ofre
The following is the monthly state- judicial powers, in regarding such sale T mb t acontinl Metropolis of Sep- $Td.0e. Tha
ent of Treasurer Knott of balances in as null and attempting to seff the same only, tber eth on th announcement The order offering a reward of n100
the several State funds at the close ao of property again, av d has ignored the rex- tn t da contract for the conviction of a bridge Mr
business Auust 31. 1905: press instructions of the attorney o Alice M dee a former resident of unlawfully selling liquors was rescinded. part andheir
General revenue fund $55843 4 the execution creditors to make further Tallahaee, at the age of 74 year. It wa ordered that bid for painting Th
One mill school tax 67088 19evieand advertise Th e Jacksonville Metropolis the court house be advertised for.
The following is the monthly s t ucia wvers in regarding such sale aftember the contivil war, her husbannouncement -. an in

State Board of Health 89,surer Knott of b 019 48 f course, no such sale as is romed G Cha Mundee, of the federal Mr. F. C. Coles had the isortuneto eveni
the svcipal of State school 302611 an bof property aegainrded as legal or laed the ex- Alice Mundee, a former resid some lose his drawfully hosellinguor Wedneay. mem
Interest of State school 16,898 87 the deputy sheriff is simply invofurthe four years a in Jacksonvlle, a the Mr. John F Dorthan is again at his Ch
Principal of Seminary 24507 his superior in a complication of official serving ch. Mu ren are A. H. Mundty desk in Secretary Crawfordsed ofce. Mr.
Interest of Seminary 3,96308819 troubles which is sure to prove both of Slvy aftertn, ol Geo E. Mud Mr. Georgcivile W. Saxon and daughter locati
StHirate of State convict vexati89,019 48 Of cous and costly ased in Gen. A. Mundee, of Jckonvthe federal Mr. F. C. Coles have returned frortuneto en
Agricultural College 2,132.25 School Tax Election. two daughters m l r.ose T. H. Randolph has been nd-.
inperiment Station 32615 The election for the purposeof acer A Correctiksonville, and t ina wee or two at Panacea, and hs her
White ollee. Morrill 12,5i94 t ainin the will of a maority of the We made a slight error last week in returned retary Crawford eshed.ffice. Mr.
Colored Normal 2, special qualified electors in the two computing the Jrt oint deposits of the MiE. Mundee, Louise Collnocati with her mothr

Station, incidental 12 7 tion to establish special school-tax dis- Bank, and gladly correct the same. In- Mrs. r t MP. aSno ua to
nintersity mess hall min456ary 3,9 trct00 tr ook place Monday, the vote being stead of 6169 1 as we stated, the oun We
SFla. Mil. College, current 88 vexatioust conclusive, and the result as a gregate should have been $6717 Mer. Cyde Mier and Water the
expeneSa A c 7.2 follows: and Wm.is correction em hasize our cTa a;alo Wiht have gone North for trip, comorth- bine
Fla. Agricultural CollegeInstitute2,132.25 special district io. t on tesnd hown madey mn r with bu es on t

Kissimmee Station3,12963 The election for the prposeof 4 these e two old and honored institutions Mr. John W. Garwood, of Monticello, scher
White Hollet forrInsane, ,5ire .84 tainin the will of a majority of the We made a nld ht error iatt week inireturnedafrieshed.bnoni

Fla. Ho al 2for Insane, re or trustees -- ------- theoint de t of the nt a portion of Sunday and art of nothi
f la25 0ineville Geo. B. Perkins got rs. Ellen Call Loag. l Monday with Tallahassee friends, tract
University, a an 40000.00 has. A. Ca 104 Whil the wheels of industry revolver Mrs. Geollin P. Raney Jr., and on utur
action incidental 80RET3 ti or 1to estai every direction, and men and women have return to their Tampa home aP. res.tn.
MILITARY DEPARMENT. For 3-miletax 77 go to and fro intent npon the daily bus- ter a pleasant visit to the family of let t
Adjutant-General Foster is surely For 1-mill tax 1 meMs of life, there lies upon a bed of Hon. George P. Raney. gentl
cuniver his salary this summer. Be- The members of the Woman's Clubeing suffering, nearinof $616,9 rapidly, rhaps, the Capt B. F. Whitner Superintend
sides et markimanship contest at Sea were active and alert, and to themsult pearly regate should have ret yond, one nt and Mr D. W. Yarborough,
expenses(where t 617.23i ouldw ad inoal of mosti eps o ne eWinht have gone North for C trip, corn- bne

irt, N J (where the Florida team houd be awarded much, if not all of of the most distinguished and remarka- boo-keeper of the State hospital have
certainly won a fi3,963ne position in the the credit for the result. theble women of ldour State and time been n th city on business for several as hen
ori) he has on hand a vast quan- Th trustees met on Tuesday and orpen Mrs. Ellen Call portion of Sunday and part the days.of nothi
tity other important business, in- ganized, choosing Dr. Moor for chair-j first white child in T|assce, Septem- Mrs John Taylor Bradford. Miss Iret hi
luding the coming encampmen Or Gen an Mr. Perkins for secretary ber th 1825 on the estate where Bradornday w, Miss Margaret Bradford and
der have been issued for the encamp- 00 No time will be lost in roceedin to she has since resided and now lies ve Mss Edith Elliott were among the pas- Th
ent. each for eight da, of the Sec fulfill the necesry requireent 11the ill perhaps d i n and she will there- se er ofe to traphoe Tuesday oe sl
(nd Infantry, at Orlan October 6th law in the premises, and the result will fore be, If sh* lives until to-morrow, ng to New York. State
nd the Firt Infantry and rtiller be the additional school room for the 80 full year of age. As all Floridian bus r a plenty v isit to the family of t t
(orps at Lake City, October 16th. high school, which is so greatly needed. well know, she was the eldest daughter Dozier r ietuned ye s.Trda
latre number of general orders e anld i -m- tax -. of General Richard K. Calle one of George P. Raney. genfrom critic
rularnir have been issued within the Latest Fe News. Florida's most distinguished pioneers Massachusetts, wh tere s has been vi to ge
at week for the idance and govern- The situation at New Orleans is daily and en the newr of her adve iting relates fo the past uwo mo nths. r
ment of theJForidaStatetroops. improvingand the death rate constantly reached the town, bells were rung, can- M. and no located aoze Westa shs e Even
Saujtary Affars. AtPnscola the disease is under con- soon became the pet and pride of the ley street, tion
Tallahasees sanitary officials have trol. theree have been, in all, 17 cases, young community. ,Secretary Fred W. Kettle, of the Bee.'
tn unusually active and faithful in with only one death. For the safety Throuhout the lo ngu d troubled pe- State College for Women, who has teen h e
ten performance of their respective however, of the other sections of t eriod of ndlan hostile ties, the succeed. touring the State in the interest of the la
Jthie ) Sthtet no one is permitted to leave the Ing strugglesof the infant cit towards institution, has returned to t uP a
der Jhse h Y. Porter, the efficient city except those destined for noeintoin progress, i and tenw eat some of his many dotes at thi College. t
nt Health Officer, amidst his many other States. It is probable t there a part her life and commanded His trip was a hsvery Tu s aday the
e Iinfduties at Pensacola, found time embargo will tbe removed in a few days. hwer most devoted interest. Although the prospects are sp for a cock,
pts d Sanmitary Inospector Hamlin a ----. .---- .- her parents were bitterly dis aponned attendance. Abrai
t mmend.ne r careful sanitary We are always lad to freet our out.- that thdr Arst.bon was not a sh A Mr. Bird, while driving a pair of ford 1

xUreg ,and that official has been of-town frlendn, and when we get into soon remed. by her'rth of mind mule to a wagon about five miles kids a
usy all the week notifying residents our new offle (in about a week) we and her devotion to all pub lnterts, southwest of the city Wednaeday, had tobe
concenini the requirements of the: shall have more than "standing room the feeing with which she had at first one of the mule lle by being struck Chatt
conce oe 1 .. only" in whichto receivethem. Among be gread. Formmst in almost Te .featu
la s mn of the Council, those who called on thi wkwer pub event r tme, sw strkeis that the other will g
H e ialm eetimnc the aitary Mr. L. S. Crump of Pack, and Mr. L. a wn et amulasnor Mr. Bird or the were ell Do
held Tuesday eveTa the i ia mMo
it w a ed to purha LBilinley w became a new mb- ad damaged. The ha tree attend
o n* with which to destroy mos- scriber -wart of h A wa H all rtsad then glancdoff tothe mule. sity


s for Great Demoentratl lan
Washiagteon e HIs Retura.
the Portamouth Star.
ashington, Sept. I.-A movement
foot to give expression to the
ntry's appreciation of the President's
*e achievement by greeting him in a
onstrative manner on his return to
capital. Itis proposedtohavea great
pouring of citizens on Pensylvania
sue to cheer him on his way from
station to the White House and to
e the city decorated with flags and
ting. It is also suggested that the
ute in regard to the name of the
*e convention be settled by calling it
"Roosevelt treaty."
ew York, Sept. 1.-James A. Blair.
ker and one of the principal owners
he Seaboard Air Line, speaking of
effect of the treaty and of the Presi-
's efforts to consumate it, said:
President Roosevelt is entitled
II the credit for bringing about this
umation. He alone made it poi-
for the envoys to get together un-
the most favorable conditions, and
lone, by his prompt and decisive
hods, healld the breach that seemed
iden and at the time the envoy
ned farthest apart, brought peace
concord to the two nations. His
on will live in history.
So far as the effect on the financial
d is concerned, it can hardly be de-
mined. As matters stand at present
money is to change hands. Russia
t to pay Japan any indemnity at
time, and I cannot see how the
ement of the war could have any
sdiate effect upon the financial
n't forget the splendid water and
excursion to Panacea to-morrow I
neral Manager Alston of the G. F.
was in the city on business this
Ms Annie Lloyd Bond will leave
week to enter Bristol School at
hington. D. C.
ra. Bryan C. Whitfield and children
returned from a brief visit to the
coast at Lanark.
D, Raymond Cay arrived to-day and
gain visiting his brothers and many
hassee friends.
r. and Mrs. A. H. Ginsberg return-
week from a fine visit to New York
other northern cities.
s. Wm. V. Knott and little one
Mrs. Mclin have gone for a season
cuperation at Panacea Springs.
e many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts of Robertsville will re-
ta.ear of the death recently of
little child.
e Woodmen of the World will hold
iportant meeting next Thursday
ng. A full attendance of the
bership is desired.
Id Bros. have purchased a lot near
M. H. Johnson's home. It is good
ion, and they will build a nice res-
e on it, if they can secure a good
a. Ruth Newsome fell and broke
iip on yesterday morning. This
old woman after being confined to
house for a long time, truly has had
hare of the ills of life. May her
e reward be the brightest.
e believe August was the month
Ward Hilsnm-and-Associates Comn-
was to make report and returns
hat log recovering and stumpage
me. As yet the public has heard
ng drop We believe the con-
as recorded in the minutes of the
Board calls for a small chunk as
ts from the combine's operations.
he public know what you are doing
. Robert B. MeCord. who has been
ilduously pursuing his preliminary
es, will soon leave home to enter
student at Yale College for the de-
Ph. D. He will be sorely missed
Is many friends and admirers in
e cool, wey treatwmt die sometimes
yes in some departments of the
-house, is amusing. Public offee.
posed to be a pubU tout, and all
take omee should expiet public
isin, when they use ocial power
t even with some one, commit ir-
arities and wrongldon is evident.
some underlings, now-a-days, get
puffed up if you criticise hb ac-
or antics of their "Boss King
eral Tallahae boy will shortly
to take up their work in various
Is and coll es T. M. Shacekle-
Jr. will attd the law school of
nivelty of Virginia* T aG a.
W. W. Dickey, Herbet adkel.
m MNeDougal, Sam Saborn, Brad-
Byrd, Guy Haine, Shannon Per-
and Misoatte Perklia are said

booked for Grant Ufiwvere, t
anooff, Tenn.; Fea t'
Grace Cramer and K-tJi[-
o to Stetson, at Del d lo- .
awkins and Sidney l will
SWashictOn and Lee qm .
at Lexlngtm, Va.





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THE WTRE DAMnAnAT on s, A wC Pausmi. L4Min NAM WUM ALu.m
H TIL M In commenting last weekapon the in. A typcl Iutrtion- of the almost Gov.Jaong inA itaxs th the VWee ntne0 i M True Demo-
Ja ew m r. eressr. re in the State tax levy for 1906, universal prevalence of graft and dia. Lesltm siore a"o' t m ert s t tllng to oevver crookedne
e KY FRIDAY MNIm from one-half of one mill levied for 1904, honesty n- public places is the alleged a pen w uhout tE tate nred l the eodut i. public business
Sto on on-hlf mill for 19-an condition existing in the government t was n ry for Gov- during the Jennings ad m.osItration has
KItared aMedonsd Clsa Matter March l. i6. at increase, of 800 per cent-we made a printing offes at Washington, concern- ernor to Increase taxes tommeet attracted the attention and invoked the
th. P at Ta W. rk udm brief comparison of the cost of main. ing which a recent letter from the cap- t. lex ofan bmp t ad of the ladies of the city, one of
.----t -- co--r- ----- training the State govertu..ent for the Ital says: ments of t 1M i feature, and thus whom ad us the following excellent
Ofieg in Tenlep aN Huidind', Cornr 4 Adam' and years 1S04 and 1904, respectively. We itts do rdthaart whn th ad the ly a half million article on the subJect, which we I&A
n r,. N o now present another omprio enough to occupy its attention for quite come laws,,. the t would have had to or her thougtfuiness:
tween the year 1899, the last year of a time. It wllbe face to face withthe be twice ase nu as at present. Put vc M ONToos3ms.
dub.criptikn. I.mo Per Ytr. in Advanc. the second administration of Governor increase of the government's exendi- the blame whereltbslongs-on the Leg I a m tie Sundr S oeblsii Ma....IU.s
Advertisins latGe. ,n A ioratkn. Bloxham, and 1904, the last year of the ture fro printin from $3,500,0 0 iislature. And ext year elect com- The clsehi of our nation ha
...Ap-.. 1t, to $7 O00tM t the present time. potent, honest ;to represent you In
Tl, he This dobln of the government's ts M u 'benooc dof iate an.extraordinar
Which follows will explain itself: printing billjaT alarmed-many of the deegres-.T-.A ...rd New.-levyto de e by the revelations which have
That- sale f ate -andst-.. .. t i tf~ congress in view of the de- Yes, Jennings reduced the tax levy been made of cordptln thl manage-
That sale of State lands to J. M. 6- 2 fpcit of the treasury and the recom- one-half of one mill, when his Comp- ment of munieipaland othertion
Harrm (?) for 30 cents an acre was a fine mendation of the public printer that troller recommended its reduction to one affairs. The new worad "ri t" has
illustratio of how some officials, under government printing o be en- mill. The Legislature wasextravagant; lame arity. It imports the practice o
ilutai, fhwsm.ficas ne l targed by replacing the old building at Be
the Jennings administration, were look. the corner of North Capital and H. nobody denies that. And Gov. Broward cret taxation, the old-fashioned name
ing after the financial interests of the s streets with a modern seven story build- will (unjustly) share the blame for in- for which would be a conspiracytosteal
clear people of Florida. Wonder if they 0 0-- ing to correspond in general style with creasing the levy this year with Jen- and rob. The practice has prevailed to
have some more they would like to sell the newly oulit part of the office. nings and the Legislature. As to the an extent whofly undreume of by the
at the same price? U- -- .. 2! l .. Here in Florida, too, the increase in appropriations vetoed by Governor Jen- palities and the stockholders of various
E noug ha -bie en sa id-and intye expenditures for public printing during nings, the charge that he did so for the corporations. To what extent it really
Enough has been said-and n type the Jennings regime, as compared with; urpose of preventing amoredisastrous now obtains in regions where the light
to make it apparent to the most unsus- 194, ten years previous, was 50 per deficiency in the public funds than al- hasnotyet been turedon is a question
ectins tt l h een made for '" "" e never which awaits anwer in many quarter.
lcting that os have een cent; while the increase as compared ready existed has never been denied. Just how far the spirit of civic right-
a trifling sum of public land which was with 1899, only five years previous, wai You can't "put the blame" all on the eousness will carry the impulse to in
almo immediately re at an ad 8 t! Legislature-Jennings must bear his vestigate, it is impossible to tell. An
vane of something likenethousanIs it not high time for something share; and the frantic element of doubt is brought in by the
IighR.rnwfo ohathinand the frantic efforts of the few exeeeding purchaaability of wny off.
pTer cent. Does that look like "good;re1 c e
pgover cent. or "hon tat look publike o b done ? The Legislature of 19)5 w newspaper apologists for the reckless cials in places of trust. There is in
government, or "honesty in public of advised, in effect, of these conditick s, and disgraceful administration of Flori- nearly every situation a key man whose
fice?" . ., but seemed indisposed to disturb them. day's greatt and only" Democratic fail- ability to block investigation and throw
The Tampa Times, of last Friday, If the people desire effective action in ure only make matters worse -for hi e citizens off guard is well nigh pe-
rnoted the death of one of the four vic- tho. premises they must choose Repre- as well as for them. lic and go over to the enemy at a price.
tiams f l'ensacola, (the first and only sentatives who will act! -aot..............
ti of ncl (the t and only nttive who will actWhat's the matter wi the South the situation is indeed a difficult one.
death to latee, calls it "another death cha nsT BOAWD Florida editor Our exchange record The only good whichwe can see a a
iath t e atel," and says it "u ano keh ethe C, nHELPING THE BOARD. Florida editors? Our exchanges record possible outcome of this iniquity is the
in Ienacola and says it rn me 3 We call the especial attention of the the "mysteriousdisappearance'of three arousing of such a widespread and uni-
third that has occurred in Pensacola : county superintendents and high school of the fraternity, viz: Newall G. versal suspicion as will lead to a new
since the outbreak of the fever." If I principals to the fact that Sectin 38 of ..of the Zolfo Advertier who system of guards upon all public offi
the Times cannot secure more trust- the Buckman bill not only vests in the e als, making it so difficult to practice
tzh h;r^ .t Is Board of Control the authority to fix a vanished last year, G. Her ain, official rascalities as to render success
worthy information than the above, it -. uniform course of study for the public the Arcadia New., who has recent- extremely rare. Over against this
should retire from the business of "giv 2 .5 hool of the Sate, but make t ob y turned up missing," and G. W. stands the fact that in banks, corpora-
0chools of the State. but makes it obaly "turned u missi" and G raa
ink the news." ligatory upon it to do a o. This Aection Adams, of the Wildwood News. The tions and municipalities, the element
SE reads a follows italics ours: of the which has made these malfeasances pos-
If the Index authoritatively repre-, 1" $ S section t 38. That the said Board of absence of the last named from his post sible and even easy is the trust of men
srenta the ntiment of Lake City, the Control are hereby authorized and em- of duty seems to have resulted in an im- n each other. The destruction of this
arrangement for the establishment of a were to provide a system ad coue movement in the News, caused by trust is a hateful thought to upright
technological institute at that placecon of written examinationsby question auid right and lively work on the part of men. But if it leads to guards which
aswif erm for all public high schools in "the printer and the devil." will remove the hope of success, it will
'lumively dispowes of the question of the In noting the percentlag''i of increatI the State, and that no pupil shall he ad- -,----- - at least result in a degree of formal
removal of the University to Gainesville in the several items of the table, the rnitted to said high schools, or be id- Any State official who undertakes to honesty, which will make safer theshek-
according to the Board of Control pro- fact should be kept in full view that i'nred to any iscrensive grade therein, 'butt in" and make it appear that Leon els of the tax-payer, even if it does not
gram. The Index declares that Lake the increaisein th. aggregatit 'au, 1 or shall be permied to entrany county is bad divided into factional ae essentially better the official who
turim created or ma # '"Nif edbt t it' bdlawon divided into fiction ld like to steal but who cannot.
Ci'y in entirely satisfied with the situs- tax.uhle pro/'nrty in there ,S't.J fromP IK!'I until such examninatiions hare %ern had, politics, or factional parties, will gain We leave all suchquestionsof process
tion and reconciled to the removal of t, I t I', .'asi n /ly Ij frrctiron or' er J.; per and the result of said examinations have nothing by attempting to create such an to the politicians, the statesmen and the
the University, "or words tA that of re nr been approved by the said Board of 'impression. If the few henchmen who business men of the land. There is an-
f C ,, W i c t 11 i * Control in each instance and a certificate other side to the subject, however, in
feet." We do not care to call eslpecial atten- of admission or advancement by said may back him up could be made to stop other side to the such are director, in
The Iproposition that no individual can tion to any particular item every reader Board of Control, etc." their work, no such thing as factional- and inevitably involved. There are two
successfully defraud the State without !can easily reach his own conclusions If this section is carried out. (1) no ism would be known here. This news- functions which the Church has to per-
the collusive id of me other individ- from a careful study of the table; but pupil can pass from one grade to an- paper i not owned, controlled or influ form, which have in themselves the
uhe s "on th e inside," canbebun we dire tquoother in the high school until he has paper is not owned, controlled or inf lution of all such problems. One of these
ual who Is "on the inside," canbeabun. we e(lire to jute from th*e report ofT passed a written examination on a list enced by any kind of a boss or faction, is the production of honest individuals,
dantly exemplified by an examination of omptrolle enold for the year f questions ("and ans'aers") furn- nor will it do anything to cause a fac- and the other is the right regulation of
vouchers for the payment of money on a few extracts going to show the finan-, ished by the Board of Control and has tional fight; but we do propose to try public sentiment. These dishonest offi-
fli in the archives of the State govern. cial conditions with which he had had to obtained from the Board a "certificate all come from the homes of th
ln In the s archives os so of advancement: (2) no pupil can represent the true interests of the peo.- community, and they come with moral
ment Do) these official document show, deal, in contrast with the conditions bi. admitted to the high school until he representtthtrue eres etereadiness for the unhmoly work which
in every instance, that warrants drawn prevailing during the succeeding admin- has passed such an examination and re pie against the political trickters, an d readiness for the succeed ork which
tn traction. 'eived such a certificate of admission when the proper time comes we will they do. They then succeed or fail in
upon the treasury during the Jennings rv h f a ssi have a complete list of the kind of men proportion as public sentiment against
regime ted th I f th "win to the increase expenditures School Exponent. to support or office from United States tesee sleeps or is awake an
rvice performed and paid for? e on the part of the State necessitated i.y (ur esteemed cntem;s rary appears enator toconstable. active ndi The main thing is, in r eality
he True rt flly realize the provision wentof the Constitution of language uted o not the words The True Democrat is evidently now the attitude of public opinion. If public
The True rat fully ral th convincedhich went into effect January 1 guae uoted Do not the words nvinced there was something in that opinion be the chief influence, then the
fact that, inseeking to uncover the graft U187, and the fact that no provision had "and answers" merely describe the kind "smile Silencegives consent --Lake matter becomes largely a game, and he
and crookidness and rascality of the en madetherefor in the tax levis of systemm andcuref written exam- CityIndex. who plays best win. Ifitistruly
Jennings administration, it is deliber- * it became necessary to borrow nation" which the board is "author Been waiting for the Index toproduce tmahe individual, theroce assof corruption
lately incurring the danger (?) of dam- nm.,ney to meet the actual demands on ized and e'mnpowered" not command evidence that anybody "smiled." Tal- is a really more difficult one. Character
age suits for lili?!. None has yet Ien the treasury." The amount borrowed ed to provide? They surely cannot lahassee is 'dry," and if any "smiles is at last the only hope. The dishonest
threatened, but it in needless to may that (in 1991) was $2I(), () One-half of mean, as the Exponent would appear to went round," as the Index stated, on man will sooner or later succumb to the
they are "cordially invited." We would thin had le'.n paid before' March 1. 199, imply, tht the board shall provide the the occasion referred to (when the pressure of selfishness. The truly hn-
welcome iuch an opportunity for the and, say Mr. Ieynolds, .provision hi "''answers Governor requested the Attorney-Gen- and this difference is, as a rule, meas-
"n hsdemuch eane, arert unity for the and.e-Mr. 'yntli',"provision has''answers
proving, bfore' a court of comil'tent a,'.'in madel' without a special tax levy" i Note. ala,, that the statement of the eral to procure the opinion of the Su- ured by the standards and influence of
jurisdiction, the truth of the aua the balance And it waE aid Exponent that the law "makes it ob preme Court on the constitutionality of, theho. We have had the privilet
tins which have already ten made accordingly. Notwithstanding this ex-' ligatory" on the board to provide the the Buckman law), there must have used to prevng nt losme byothe dismhests
and others of which the public, as yvet, traordinary demand upon the resources system is nt tborne out by the language been a blind tiger lurking in the vicin- of officials. Some of these schemesaap-
has never heard, of the State, the Co('mptroller states of the act, which is that the board is ity of the Capitol. Does the Index pear to be faultless, but there comes a
t th(x te for ther lM mply "authorized and empowered" know anything about that? time n the operation of the best ar-
A Memphis newspaper having made' that the tax rat' for the year \ simply "authorized ad empowered" knw anything about that? ranged plans when there is but one ah-
th|, statement that "hardly dollar" of can tw reduced to two and one- Anyway, we are quite willing to per- Jeff. Davia, in acknowledging receipt solute safety, and that is theuncompro-
,ivil war pension mon.-y found its way half mills." And he addis: "This has mit the board to interpret the provis- of his ticket with a lady to the State mining honesty of the individual.
into the South, the Knoxvilleh .ournul been accomplished by an economical ad. ions of the law without our assistance. Fair at Tampa, says he will surely go, It is worthy of note that, while the
ikhtrtou.ble t a'rtiii the' ftt ministratin of the afairs of the State., and wait for some "overt act," on its if he can get the lady. Plenty of time, Church and the home are busy with the
took the trou to crtn the f nitrti of the affairs of the State. rt fore we tender our adviceJeff, get a move on you. Leesburg work of establishing the young in the
and given the figures for the tieal year >nd an adherence to the only true eo rt w Commercial. notion and habit of honesty, the State
ending June 30t, 194, showing that the nrmic' governmental doctrine that taxa- Among the instances which have al- We are moving, working, striving, is just as busy in running seminaries of
sum of $2t,03;,.177 was paid teo Iansion- taon should be limited to the actual ne- ready been made public of crookedness hustling, doing everything we can. o vice fo the paltryrevenues to be de.
er. in the S.uth, and list of the. States, e'sii.. of the government without in the public service of the State, wet results. If you have a pretty girldwn retobe oundotmtever e
as follows: Alalama. $ ta.INHI; Arkani- ratingg a u.seless surplus." have that of one whooccupied a position nda hwayer up We're ready to gmao the allergies, throwing, and various other
ses, $1.l91,0"J; Florlds. SrW'lt.:Mi; (;eor- (Comptroller Reynolds, as is well of great trust and confidence, and who Fair.- Live Oak Crescent. devices which appeal to the chance ele-
gia, $&(i0,KK); Kentucky, $4,1lt.EM1(,i. known, was a rmaun not only of the most has been accused, under oath, of using Ungallant Jeff Why don't you go skill. All this s intended to foster the
lIuisiana, II1W.00l; Maryland, $1.*1NI.. ,exalted character for integrity, but was that position to acquire unlawful gain, after her? gambling spirit, and to cultivate the
IM); Mississippli, ~Safi,ti: Miasauri. one whoa, before accepting public office, which accusation has never yet been | --i'- th e'e'- t o Mr habit ofgetting something for nothing
7 (MMN(NN)i : North ('arolina. S2W1.eNh: had achieved a marked success in his' satisfactorily denied; and although this Referring to the recent death of Mr. or next to nothing. In addition to this,

Tenneee. 2,1,; Tex,. $1,2 private busine, founded u uon the mostidney there is much person no ongeroccupies the position he aeu or onceo dney there s muc the home
I; Virginia, $1 26. NI,. Wet Vir- meagre eof permnal fortunes. His ex- had disgraced, he left it with a fulsome Herbrt, in the Savannah News, pays touchingthe right of crporations to
ginia, $1.7fl.(NM. ample and public career was one of the certificate of good character, and was the mmory of th deceased the fo false notes in the home and community
Most pleasing and memorable features immediately employed in another branch ing just tribute: education of children and youth are re-
The True Democrat would like to 6, of Florida's official history, and his pub- of the public service. Does this look The educational interests of Florida sponsible for much of the disgracefu
undertoo as bliving.not only that li services will long be remembered a like an effort to purge the public suffered a great loss in the death of outcome in the business and political
Iislatures and alminitrativ -ofs lic services will long remembered a like an effort to purge the public see- Hon. J. H. Girardeau, of Monticello, for world
Of the State government have iaen a shining example of civic worth and vice of unworthy elements? many years the able and zealous super- The hope of a general reform lies in
of the tale government hv be splendid ore achievement. -Every d ' that intendent of schools for Jefferson coun- the recognition and right use or the fact
rcklly extravagant in the conduct of The enormouserentageof increa Every dollar of public moneyy that ty. But his home work had been so ef- that all these civic and business prob.
the State's affairs, tut that there exists o i n ormospend entagesof by the wilfully spent necessarily in the hire flcient and so wisely conducted that his lems are coming to the altar of their
actual and unmistakable e.vidtenes of n public exl nditure shown by the of help that is not needed, or supplies influence for good in educational mat- only available section, when each ear
forging table chllng the attention help some oliticl heeler ter had gone ar beyond county or dis- nearly fifty millions of bab are rn
s-honesty in the handling of the public of every citizen and taxpayer in Flor- h ju trict lines, and hisresence at State into the world to await a training in the
fund No one however xrt Th show beyondthe shadow of along, misapplied and wrongfully and county teachers conventions was home which shall determine what the
incrookedness he might be, could alone. doubt the a ute ity for a mud money, deliberately taken from always glaly welcomedandheartilyap- shall be in after life.
defraud the State; there must always a doubt, tha ltd renecessity for a the now very heavily tax burdened preciated, al his absence hereafter oel
exist collusion. We are entirely con. public service, and indicate unerring public, and iome departments at the The deceased was a brother of Mr. A. selling a large chunk of the Intetrn
vinced, .from instances and evidences the point. at which such retrenchment State-house now have employees until B. Girardeau, of Savannah. Im@e88 1RIt lands, supposedly to one
with which we are familiar, that such should begin. they almost fall over each other. Quo- I- J. Ba at 80 cents an acre, when
collusion has existed, and our sole pur- Mr yne around to station: "What does Collins expect to chGaineof Mr, Murphol Exponent: In I the Internal I! WoId rif
pose is to uncover the guilty nes, and. bid us good-bye just before leaving for gain by calling public attention to such of tate Col for Women, and they have another large hk of the
if possible, secure their just punishment college yesterday, expressed his appro matters; don't he know the money is Mr. Buchhols for Dean of the Normal same kind they would like to
at the hands of a winged and indignant elation of our paper, and orderedlt to spent in Tallahassee and we are in four department. the Boardof Control "took of? It so, theywin haveno tr-u in
peopl. follow him, saying he did not wish to years?" a bond of fate" and made "assuranee securing they d t
ip !miss an issue. Our good wishe g with doubly ure" for the success of the in. tf eL .b.e sale, however, took
gubscribw to The True Democrat., him. See Collins for Neat Job Printing. tior the. paoe dragf the Jenniqng regime.


down town.
A neat of three care was d!sr(c.--
ered just across the prote tCin Iltv C
above Car.llton, in Jefflrson p.trishi,
the pattlen-' being Italiani:. Ilospital
street, whkia has had lUo eases so
far htilod .o report a new case Fri-

Assistant Surgeon W. C. Rulecr .fA

the marine hospital service li dowi
with a alight fever, but his case hasa
aot yet beon diagnosed as yellow fe-
ver. Passed Assistant Surgeon Currie,
who has be.n in command in Algleras
asa just recovered from an attack
Sf supendlcita.
'be cojutry infection i still a
source of anxiety, because now that
the city being cleared of infection
there Is danger of reinfection. In M',-
aisslppi the-e have been about sevek-
ty cases to date, and only one death.
There have ben no cases traced
to the country single the new regula-
tiona have ueen in effect, but. the fact
that VlekabsdR and Natchez. wits
tbm~r sh-tt4ht quaramttnea. nave et
J lafcttlooa, leads to the deteraMna-
teg on the part of the a ate health
*u horltiee to exert themselves to th-
atmmet to control the country situs-
e!*a. Sr-ng measeurea are being
adopted wherever there is evidence
of the slightest laxity In the situa-
tion in any country community.
One wealthy sugar planter who re-
tased to allow or contribute to the
vreotlo of an emergency hospital on
his place. were quite a number of
Italans are laterted. will have his
place declared a public nuisance and
the Utate bord will take control and
0cWr him to pay the bill.
The two cases discovered at La
Ra eIna La tamrehe parish, thirty-
S* miles from Leeville. have been
traced directly to Leeville. one of the
Oatfoets belan Dr. Tertraa, who at-
teded W vera cases in Leeville.
Reports from Outside.
The followlag reports were recov-
ed luija:
PwtteoW three cases, one death.
Waveland plantation. three case
,me d Lat. o
1 KeMUe. four caseom, one death,

Hasm (City, two cases.
ASL.. Av case-.
ayou Barow. two cases.
iayou Oam. Plaquemines
qnew fmes). eas e.
Lrae j'ervnummc, two case.
Oltsort, two eaes.
3m" pp City. tiweo case
Smaum am eaWN&


~ ~ ~ a I.I II I ii I110(1mm IA :,:)I. t (if)I'
nlot (k;)(.1 lull(A e4),c i 1!;u f". aa V
ing i y


Object to Yellow fever Requlations and
lhr.eaten to leuse Irouble.
In 1 t('.e,,lti to to'i Lo ::"A
s:ate board of het ath Saturday Dr. .'.
L Mortou, who is rtoprebent':ng the
bcard at Ptteraon, sent nu-ws of MIi
ugly sltu&'lju which prevails thor,',
Involving threats against the emerg-
ency hospital and p..sl.le Larmn tj
the phys.cians who are fighting .thid
IDr. Horaon wired that the fewer
lighters were having trouble and that
rio:Ing by Italians was feared. Sev-
eral of the Italians, he il.1d. han
d!el of yellow lever and tCie dol:toru
had had warnings conveyed to them
to be on the;r guard.
Dr. Hort. m Immediately ordered a
guard to be thrown about the ho*-
p:tal. ap)r-)jeodllng that en attempt
might be m-de to burn It. A meeting
of citizens was held and an orgau'i-
zation perfcted to protect the hoip -
tal, the p.iyslolans and nurses andJ,
the town itself from violence. D:.:
Horton wired to Governor illancharI.
and the governor relied tnat he runt.,
protect the hospital wonder all cir.
cumutances and tha' arms would be
sent him for t.iat purpose.
The Fheriff of St. Mary was noewn
for to heal the volunte r guards atni
respondeJ. It is expected that witti
the precau".ons that h',ve botAi take.,
there will Le no trouh'e.


Drives lereen efeergle Coe1ty to Seek
i bresn CeotaWS.
Henry J. Law-ar, Harry MeKay. H.
IL. Howard sel J. A. Flournoy, all
prominent farmers of lhbb county,
have soughtb/te a'd of .Maton's (-ham-
ber of commerce in an effort to a-.
cure colontsts to take the place of
a large number of colored laborers
on the plantations of Summerfle!d.
a abort dirance from the city.
Through Dr. Howard the matter
was presented. and President Luash.
er and Seretary Anderson will ttka
up correspondence with authorlUes l.i
Castle Garden. Now ork. with a view
of bringing ln a colony of German
farmers. This atop will be taken on
account of unsatisfactory work whlsn
haa been done by the neroee. Col-
cred labor hao proea unateady. the
erops bealm left nacultvated wbes
arefttl huidry w needed.


Nodawk 0e 0OWt4 l 0Nirt AI0MM04.
Dr. W. H. Sanders, state health of.
fier of Alabama, announces that he
will refuse to quarantine the state
rfalint Atlanta on aorount of the sol-
Jtary case of yellow fever reported
from the 31vr5la mapital.


Court Ofmctels Dorl IMt OKr's Seeo
Take T erwe of .ww .
According to a Copenhagen speelei,
It is exp(-'ted that nexotlation be.
tween No.-rwy and Sweden will sooner
result In ,fJull ngreemoent on th.
subje-t of the diaolutionr of tbh-e
The 8welish court favors the cas-
dida-y of -'rlane Charles of Sweden
for the No:.wlan throne, but It I"
not certain titt the rikesdi will le.
ctpt the Narwegia offer of 700,(00
crowds yMely a as allowasoo for
the evesteal bla.

Neat Printing .

Creates a good impression among your
correspondents and helps to give your
business prestige.



OF M ILD FORM port of Addltoal Fever Cases Re-
sults in Guards Being Placed
Around the City.

c s ew OFour noe o Me of yellow fever
dteM am tDats ew. developed -i Pensaoola, FU., Monu
day, all bem:ug in the original ltfecto.-
distrit. witu the exception of one,
A MOST HOEFUL VIEW wi was fund on board the Unlte ,
States dredgeboat Caucus, whica
Reached the port recently from New
Ccitry Infection Is Still a Source of Yori. 'he pir.y on tcird t.at v~-.
Aal XtTy--Summary of Situation bel pent several ndlgits in the di--.
at Vitous Outside Points. tr;ct now infected, ater the dr, f,
_____ had reacehod the city. All of the pt
t;ents have the fever in a mild fortu.
One new case of yellow fever d:- There are quite a number of sus;.-
veloped in Pensacola, Fla., Frida.". (cojs cases to develop, all, howevc:',
The perso: is George Dansby, a being in th- same district, wLth o'w
negro man, w4wo arrived In the or two exce tions. Tne state health
e o vdauthorlttis tninJ that with the lussis?-
city one week ago from Marianna, eate of the citizens, the fever can be
end Aecur-l employment in the d!0- sarnip;d uit, btit many residents are
tviet, where the fever la'er deve- Ic.,'. to beliove that it is yellow fe.
hoped. He *eas taken ill Sunday, and ver and will not carry oit, the order
Dr. Guiterua. the Cuban fever expert, of the officers.
roounce it as a mild tonday a mass meeting of citlzeng
pronounced it a a mild tyo of the in the quara.ntinel district was niu'l
disease. O e patient, W. J. Abe*:, to protest -i.,-alns: being hled in thIL
died early Friday morning. section, while passI \evite issieu t.)
A New Orleans s;eieal of Friday a few and reso:ut on.s were a.do;~-,l.
says: For the firot time In several With this xvj-( n, thcr(' ht bee I
I little complaint and ,( re-inin4 and it,-
weeks the -umber of now chests on n migat on a been ong ah ad rip-
-week day was below forty, which 1-3 idly.
regarded *is cumulative evidence of Pherlff Van Pelt hli;s sworn in tlf'I
the steady improvement In the local P(dit*on.: ,'opi '."s .!!- a I a ,:nl ,lt.
Stuaton. cer.!on has Lben thr.o- ai t ;;it
tuition. rl-
The deat'is continue to be few, )u;. to r 't .1: i. .
cryn( fri n IBari,'I. a ;ni tArm,
for the firs? time sin"e the fev. fr: o n:,.v y.:r.l .ndl t' ii.
brt ke out, rot one of then s : n '! i iratiL.ng t o; ct :y:.' ald ;' nav.il
lallan. One is a negro, a'd all liv, e 1 -' rva:tl: '.



City Refuses to Qurantne at Order
of State HKeth Board.


Advent of Stricken Yellow Fever Patient
from Pensacola, Fla., Results in
Test of City's Immnlity.

A case Lf yellow fever, brought
from Pens.tiol, Fil., was discovered
In Atlant, a few days ago. and the
patient, Jonn C. Caruhers, is now at
the detention camp, three miles out
from the i'y.
Carutbeh' reached Atlanta Thurs.
dtay night atd stopped at one of the
smaller ho.e:s of the city. Friday
morning he was taken ill and durlnA
the day repaired to the offees of the
city board of health, asking that his
(onditlon 'o looked into. Dr. J. P.
Kennedy,. .ty health officer, exam-
itel1 the mani' and 'ttecitel symptoms
ofl' yellow fever,
While th, nuwa of the ease of yel
It \ f(.,veTr .s tihe topic of much dits-
(trsion, thire was no alarm manifes .
:'1 by any'-:o. At the office of tl"l
lioard ct .tealthi it was stated t 'la
(l;ere w'ij ;bsoluely no ground for
%%crry on ter part of a single re4-
ident of Atlanta.
The ,satlent is a carpenter and his
rce.den short distant: e from that of the C reeksi
who are r.o down w(th the dis'ua"e
i, t,.at cit'.. It is regarded by the
local authorities as for. unate for (C*-
rithe-s that he rtached Atlatna 1)e.
fcre heing tai'en ill.
Atlanta'.s h(olth h)oard was made
the stilij r* tof st vert censure lby thei
sate boarl of health, "hliih nfme ,
tt', :It:it, C il'tol In (ln l ',l l tF snon 0 Sa -
I nliy for :is falti,' to i: iv uptly no*-
t t'y i heO v':a: botIrd cf the *X;s, 'tnic"
.f i, Cir ith(,rs (, rt .'.

( ": : :';' A :x irt I' s ofr l of !h '.- ,
1, "1 1'. : 'I' i :() ': l '1 .lI
: I, o nli'.l tw ill f' ,', l' I' vv i l '

p., iu: .
'lny <>;hrr ih(' a In thi sttat), ii"
t 'iilar;vy vi' railrm a:dl (.cEnlt \v<.',
i'lvisi to( *i' Htitute q ;a 'r.iantil'' ,gall't
afinf ',i ipIo,Jits within t delay.
Sti n.' lyv verting their belief i'
the r(t -pro.-' n (itc ntntluti that yellow
fever catnn': ain a f lantt an-i he.t tlihe fever cannot spread
trolII any i.:a; tc'ard of I .ith S inday rnoridnit do-
clin(e to ac'ode to the rtqutest of the
state hoard of health and will In1'.
qlrarantite ;talnst the tevieT inf.c'el
dit rlcets.
When th.' question of quarantine
had been fully discussed a motion was
nwi.tdo that action upon the matter ho
deferred until ome future date. This
ritajbu there is no probability that the
qua ran tine.
Marine Service Confident.
A tashlnug;on Bi-aisal ra)H: Atlan-
ta it not r.g'i'rded as infectible ter-
ritory for yellow fever by the put)-
li health and marine hospital serv.
eice. and no spread of tthe disease
there is anicipated. Thbs view is bah.
ed on the .rerleotce of the past, tr.
cases of tbhe fever have several tlmei
appeared In AtlaD.a. but have never
produced a neW cuae. Surgeon Generni
Wyman as'd he ba-. received a repInt
"f the case developed there from Bur-
geon Wertemberger of the merinn'
hoop.tal service stationed there. Thle
infecte person has been removed'
hfveral mnes out of town aodr
pcre'ned. \r, Wyman said. however,
that the yeldow fever mosqulto dotn-
not hireed In Atlanta, and for that
reason no bproad of the diejee may
Ie feared.


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River Junction and Pensacola.

No.22 No. 2 Trains do not s'op at Stations
Dally taily where no Time is shown.

10:20a 5:10p Lv River Junction
10:50a 5:l1p SnEPAdo
11.22a 5:32p Grani Ridge
11:46a 5: 31p ('ylrtm
12:14a 6:('0p Murianna
12:3&a G. ISp Cotteiult'e
1:04p 6.37p ('i >l:l'y
1:27p 6:5:C p r5olfay
1: 4p 7:12p CaryvIlll
1: 5p 7:17p WVctIllie
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon
2: 31p 7:44;) Argyle
2:45p 8:13p Do Funlak F;rings
3:31p Deerland
4:00p 9:04p Crestview
4:10p 9:12p Millitan
4:33p llol'a
5:25p 10:;Cp Milton
5:32p Salt (Mty
5:43p Harp
5:4Sp 10:19p Mulat
6: (*p 10:2 p Eacamb'a
6:04p Yn'estra
6: 09p Bohemia
6:30p 10:50p Ar Pensscola


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11: 07a 5: $08
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10:153 C:0SS
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9:85A 3:034
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8:303a 1:106
8:15a 12:556
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7:35a 11-s0p
7:19a 11:35P
7:19a 11-23P
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LT 7:tlOa 10-550


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A Portsraouth special says: Japan,
through Baron Komtra, ha agreed
tv the tinediate cooclusa.o of an er. *C C WAS M hd UAil UMad
solst!ce. At 11 o'clock Thursday wigbt, Was Stica Abos.c As waCl e
Mr. Takshira went to Barno dae ae O I o Treaty.
eon's room and explained that be a ____
Baron Kumura received Instructlons
to arrange terms of an armisUee. rssitdebt 1oosevelt, at Oyster
Ilaron Romen Immediately coimui. B Dy, rwi'elvd t 13:40 Moday iow..
cored with Mr. Wtte and It Is 9e1 11, 5rom tbe emperor of Japan w=rm
able, that a proclamation for complete tanks for his* d.;sntersted and un-
Sm,.p.nsilon of hotillitie will be Is. remittag efforts In tho Interest of
su.-d preliminary to the arrangemeis peace and hrina.nty," and an ex-
(f ther details by the two genersis pression of the Japanese emperor'w
io 1ht I;ho titeleld. "grateful ap;,rvclation of the diatin-
o) rapidly and well is Mr. de Mar. gushed part" the president has taken
t: r* w.th Mr. Donnlson performIng In the estatlitimnont of peace In the
b,.s '," la,, end Important task of fi r east.
<:inf'ing the trra:y, that he swas able Ihe cablegram which was received
to r t'urn Irtm lh,' navy yJrd Theirs- from the emperor personally follows:
day nig.t *o relort to Mr. W tt. thej "Toklo, Sopt. 3, 1905.-Thhe Proew.
Iir.'-"dial omp;v'tlon d ten artilels dent; I have recolved with gratifica-
i.f the. Ir y. It Im exp, t.'d the, Ira.- lion your m-esago of contgratutlarLoni
ly Iil olisinlt of fftIee'n art'c.ilcs .'X- (.onve'yod through our p. 4< l 'lv< of thl, preaminb)l. rn S and thir.k you warmly for It. rT.
.I1r; ''sM orlriznal io ninndIs are sal i )our dclin'creted and tinr'emittins4
to havi, nion.ere,1 ,13, Only 12, how- offorts iIn 1leo interests of peace and
-*., w.r, i pre.i'eilt| to fl.n ittms'ais, humanity I attach the high value
an Pr'rildint Itocxave't in rdisrt'1 which Is their due and assure you of
wlth readingng t;, I..Japant-ee pliin' grateful appreciation for the di ln-
.tcrltletiar..4 l4fore, the rconvening of t rested pa t you have Utiken In the
h*I' cs,:-fr*ri<. t,) withdraw onei of tthe .itahblithmniit of poa<'e t ltaml upon
-rnditl ons whibh he. regarded an 11m- piinciplephtm '.sntlal to the pe ranent |n
ji- Wh*i.i*r Ithis nlhirtenth d ernanl i welfare an1i tranquility of the far eat!.
Jela;t with thi fort.tications at Vladii| (Hlgn'rd) "MlTI..smIIIIlT.'"
I't ilok 'arinot Iet' i t rnl The ,ca;l'BtI -an from tefl .Jttilinesoe
IlavIin wa',ml thre.. ,of t4o 1 e:r,*' r; .irdI rde) 'nti --the' Indr'rn.,iry, the t hat the a*li pe.ror was dIlsn atisfh -d witil
I 'i' r.erid -l tilu a d thui Ilnjlhitlon of the trmnis finally ('on'luiilfd by hl,;
lI0inilia't u fiv ll ir't gt? In ti e 'Far ileni,.0oi.int!urhl s wAith ii ho, c,f th '
i:: r ;he J.i, apini, final coniiltlonls rinx'ro; r of tleoesia.
w '; nine. .t- ve'ril v oli 1,' dilvftdc in the l r Iraty JiJd .trAdlt for th< i i i rt' hi' t o.-I In trit ..
Vgr" ,).eI laJ t i two or Ior, arti lee i e \ al)JHit pi' :'- "'Ilponi rt r<.li.le ,n .
Mi. Wlltto IH <'xe'cdingly aisaloilIs to \ ,titlal Ito 'e r piir..iirin i wi~lfaire nit
wiall for horne, ( Se'IptI n.ii .r 12. In t.ronjilitlly ;f tlhe fiar c~e t."
theeo mflantitei he will lake leave of The cre0 lidlg emn1'4en., of tthe ca-
Pre liehnt RIti oveit and ilp rwo nlnl/ l ,'s -rainl IA tV!'41cli:lly nliiHll ic-art. ..
present tie thanks of his ernperror for I vl iently v eir( i' thfe bhlif oif ith ,n;>-
his msmintaUco,. lo In4 there fore', doirng4 nele *.e i ,l ror Iha eth l a' e,' a' lo:t
what he (itn to hastoi Lihe drafttitg I lie ,I t'i wlidtud at l'nortMiniU;Ihi w' (
of Ihe Itrlnty. d 'ictatc l )y thet .l np;n, l'-u ei''tt ror0
til1lrn16 'lf ih1.l Il eIt thel y (en1:d noI t n '
MAYOR fILLDO BY IX-CIIY CERK. ci*herwite', Ian >.;tlfist> t'ory to )lWi
1-11d- i 11nd hie adlvHisI.
Chief isecutive of PeneacolelMeo Strenuous rillhe delay ie aeI'Ie piell t to iht J;'-.
riperience il Conductling 01ce. itlc 11' pl.leio jl4,,l1e't.e1 as die, I- ,.' N
AtIothe'r tni inl'pal enatiItlallont w1 1 u i11 e II. 1 ), t lteh s f r f t hIe' r: I
sprilig in l 'iient4ac'e let, ul .., liuL, MFla ,- I r I %t 'e. *:r:.1-!.ci tlat tf t. r'it-
day aflterntioon whl.eU H .-4ero'try W (C. "'*A''1i 1i1 wil w'to I n, orl rilhrt 'l
Jonwl4 of t.he tchan rlir of conen who was foiniorly 'ity c'lerk, openly y a Seric us' H ,lif('h 'l'h, n. lre.n'r ,
ohivrg ,d M- mayor (Charl.- II. lilies with tl, A Ni conve' yedl to tl .Ja.
grafting, for the, re'amr n that h le hai 'l 0* "ir'-lror So u nly nli:h 1poti tle ,
not sIgIned the It w ordlinatice, Just l, 'lai'dl t cii lci:1(in # >rt th paw .d, .ise. rating thee wh"'. c aind i1%- Ith,' f t etly. 'JIbe' '4ble wro races onl th. street ourred on iallfox t ree't in the' lire.- c.,r1-:.,'
nose of iull a t unihler of pi)op') 1'' n til ('ffi'l:l-l c rourc t Port;-
und whluer thne mayor enilld l tl' e sr'ro. I ti l ee A!so)la I l lPres.u ie Iinormoe-
tary a II.:r the ho iadtor tlI ck atll lint "I f;.t1 h Iro, laty Is e'Ollplee'lil. It fco< -
with his lincte",l fist. H8e eritary J then o- tinllued to f) alk to t lhe' inyor. 1,4- u"*. I u l'esHt "rr o I .r wihle
saylin 1 fh 1l hel' W s In .cI cl'lnt 11 o te'' e1' ev u ii t t iv A o ad)(w tei
filrca I ,l ie c>s h-l d It I hl n d 1e'- I'e ,'t; i 1pel('et'1 .
hind heimn teo ri-t'lve tnthing th1 Ele I ct fhe",- ',',1':* 9till eliffe.r' 11m1i1
might lhe pl l ce in i clth t lie wIrll Rle itf i" Ieotocol of
Sh'rtly t nftorwnrdi i., ne we nt to i'" ltI : toI 111'ur whhth e l 1 ,te 'd te 'lgeell I
the police station to mirre',ndi 'r him- *'-fue lie'' Ir .ty It ,eI't 'li ii' st i
self when he a, aln et'l Mit vyor Ilit s therl' rfl l|l tielitrln.i H .ld nttao t r-.f..
and tho war of word Miltlnt01.1,d 4d' lw'" "I eiclnI ''ni to I, fully
Jonl, st.e4d that thh Uw n-.yor wU ', 11' e i|lhcs for the ('e"tain Ito ring
erookeld 'nd he know it front the ito 1"w" ci lhlt, final tcat of the drama
manner InT which he had c tle.dI, li to a tmh, lit l, (elcny of nwllWnlmlr (co-.
celving some rQey, Uhe N'rotairy e'.e clnit' nhl e.menirne.r guiponts who
dealt the mayor a tIow on tle jaw, aIr- waiting to he "In at the deith."
which felled him. Thea ollese inter.
feared and arrested Jones. *S44CIIIIID .OOI IS F0 M Ol.
A MOM NOPIIUL &iIU4IOq. Barroom Blessed by Bilbop Pottr Is Now
__ e Ordisry Greg bop.
The ucb vay Saloon which ws I
New lever CaSe Sundey in iew Orleans e',,,n,, ,l,'. cut months ago In Now
Fill B lew tie A rae. ... .. ... ..... ...

For the o ti m tlni, In over .1 aIlelI i
tho number of n t icas" o' lio t
fever in New Orleans uindlI w) A
In the' tw-*n'tio. \V~.th only lli're
deaths, coorparo(i to 83 deaths on **l-,.
tember 3, 1*7m. the fevllng of confl.
ducet that the lever i being wipewi
out ls growing.
The lc'al sittnatluk looks so brig'it
Inow, that were It not for the nrsja
of Infection In th e ctintry, It could
be said that the wonst was over.


Reselt of Sbe b Ctaent *I e t e* re
Idlead Itehy.
New York iotuiri tbe sional
trophy aft,, a four days' struggle at
Seasirt. N. J. Th aeeoad-prlt went
to the teen representing the Infantry
branch of the United Etatee army. al1
Ohio fnlashe, third. The fourth prise
was won by the United States nvarine
vorpm. the fifth by the United HtateA
navy atn tlhe sixth and last 'trlst
by -bw Jer sey.

i'rkt < lItY 'Ih an addrrn y b lanhop
l'o 'lr an'Il the inging of theo doxil-
gY, hsm c1i :d its (t14x rs as a L "anct:.
fl' I valhon "" Its lf prieotor will sian
over ithe pla'e to a man who has on.
du*ctl iNth re' tatiant on the premlsaq.
The nei'w ,wner will take ont the "we.
ter wagon" sgln and after extensive
altA.At.kAns will run the place ea a
Urdlinary wluoin.


Cebersaeies Cremed bw Alpeermeceo ef
M tk heeswe is Nebeg.
A berlin *peell! l ays: The &pread
of e'bolera from two loosaltlee on thne
river We'lchel flve days ago. to 29
cae la twelve lwallrtlle, extending
fro the ilttIo to the river Warthe.
160 liles sunth. and Its a,;:earand*"
In Hamburg hbs given aa unpleasant
thrlU to ,th? people of Ge.many. fop
It m7y me it a long and saedy fight.
as In 1891-91 to prevent the dleease
from getting beyond control. In those
years it II sAtlimaed that s00.000 per
oona died la Rum)la rop tbho!era.

JOHN 0. COLLINS, Proprietor.


as It to stated It will be- better to '
wipe out the eotira industry than to
permit the destruction of all the veg.
station It bt a dosea eountles.


rvlM-ihNt bew Ptile oeerd toer ider
114ter AmesAed.n
Two emse contributed to an In-
crease lan the asber of new case
la New Orleans llaw. One was
teee ot themt te t is never a con-
Rilete ean-up of cesat on Sunday,
leaving so' e to find their way int:.
the Monday Hst. The other was th.,
arrest and ltnareet .Uon of Dr. Phill)
l1ergP. a pyiletan of standing, on t
charge of 'avlng fall to report tw')
(hartne caeft. Monday's report wa.
'1s follows: New cases 31. to!al to
(late 2.012. ccath Moinday 8.



Envoys Affmijefor Annium kWhile
Pemc Treaty is Delag Drawn Up
at Portsinomh

de C sa al FPe Rported by th
-a :-----S e1 Pat in
Peaucs Canftnrmed.
Dr. John e of the public
health ang Mte hospital service
Wedoda e~afteron reported two
positive oass of yeow fever In
VicksbursM. Mi.
The asicaes is o a very mill-
type. Local bystelans first diag-
osed the disease a yellow fever,
the aaaonacnnat creating somewhat
of a peake. The origin of the fevef
has not yet been fixed.
Both b t tS are while and neither
bee ben out e tolwn for months.
New Caeo at Natches
After six eletok Wednesday even-
ilg, one new case of yellow fever,
whc was reported convaleesent, was
discovered la Natches. Otherwise,
there hba bees no change in the local
yellow fever sitution.
'Dr. W. IL Aftm"an, county health
olcer. Is Inla herg and had reported
that there re no new cases nor
any mumptla cases. Dr. Goldaberger,
oft the marine hospital service, view-
ed the patlests and concurred in the
diagnosis made by the local physi-
clans and Dr. Wasdin in every ar-.
ticu wr.
At noon he addressed the phys?-
clans and said the ever could ho
stamped out. Mayor Brook issued
& proclamation calling on the citi-
zens to fight the mosquito. The work
of futmigation Is being carried on
In every home.
New Case at Pensacola.
One case of yellow fever developed
In Pensacola, FWl., Wednesday. It
,was in the infected district, the pa-
tient being a tailor, who had quarters
adjoining the building !a which thr;
first caeo was discovered. The cahe
wse found Wednesday afternoon arlI
%as pronounced by physicians to t,e
yellow fever. All of the paticnt.4 a;e
doing well, and the fevyr s 'nis to
he a very mild form.
The citizens do uot seem4 to bie
panic-stricken as In former ye r.,
though a through train, which h rf
at noon, carried perhaps one hundro.l
permons awsy. There were many a.so
t.) taku boals, and go far up the bay
In canrp.
Dr. Gulteras, the famous Cuban ye!-
low ever expert, arrived from Nev.'
(rleanp, and was 4(xim in conllita-
t.on with I)r. Porter and the tatet
health authorities.
The, fevor r ,)rt for New ()rleans
Wednrsilay was as follows: N,"v
camse 46, totall to date 1,87X, deatLhe
\Wedneesday 4. ttal deaths to date
Among tbe liwt of striicken WeI
nesday wo two physicians, mnakinri:
four in all who have succunibod. TLt'
latest Vlcti rm are Dl)r. J. T. Wolfe,
who liv below ('anal street, and has
had a large prnetk'e among the yte'-
low fever patetsa in that quarter, an I
Dr. IJMaraiz heallbh officer of 8'.
lernlard par'sh. Both were undoiil,-
odly Inooted by tego moving among their patients.


Stlate of 6eergle Prepares to Bring Suit
Agelat State el leseaaee.
The spoclal commiselon appoint'
urder resoluthn of the Georgia gKn--
ral assembly, at Its recent sepsalon, to
tnvegtigate the destruction of vegea.
tion In Fannln, and other north Ger-
gla con Dtls, a5 a result of the fumes
from the coper end sulpbur ame!t-
Itg works at Ducictown. Tenn., re
turned to Aaanta .Wledneeday and
report waa made to the governor.
The comautimlo reports condfltions
In the affected aeolion as most depor-
able, says the deetnrtlon Is becoming
more wielpread than ever. and th:i
with the destruction of the fonren.
the north OGorgte streams will dry up
sad be subject to freshets and flood,.
The report concludes with the re-.
ommendation that immediate legal
tepe be takes to ebete the nulusane$.



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Schedule in Effect January 8, 1905.

67 43 35 36 C6 50
Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily
12:25p 12:55p 12:10a 9:25p Lv NewYork Ar. 7:2.3a 6:30a 4:15p
;2:55p 3:23p 7:23a 12:12a Lv W. Phila. Ar. "4:21a 2:35a 1:45p
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7:25p 10:50a 4:30a la Wash'ton Ar.. tl:50p 8:36p 9:50a S
11:00p 2:20p 9:10a Lv Richmond Ar 5:30p 4:55p 6:23a
1l:40p 2:57p 10.02a Lv Pet's'b'rg. Ar. 4:42p 4:09p 5:49a
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iate News. 7
Aft ld Af A&A A& A&Atlh itA

.eevtie ad Gulf Uxtel llash Ceooper Respited.
A. P. Stuckey of o us. Mtt ivto At u m.w.kg. c4 the stte boiar
I31i L of the O.GI ville ai d a Qit cf patrdons t*.. de&tb waAnt o'r t-O t
aIlA r Y comnr.oay under its recent re- xecution of Isalah Cooper was w.tla
SrgSanlaat.ce, was rtceotly interviewed Jrawn and the aherlff of Do BL8o
.o n the subject of oxt0,Lest ad otUmt county was a routedd to hold Coo4.er
am.v'em.c.sa of ,we amseevule and in custody .LZit *cher dIt,.on.
*OWL. he d: Caopr vs 10' -w11,9e be00 ian'Rej
*1* pembr J icr the murder .i
Yes, we ase goLn; to make a MwA aw a Patta Gordo-
.j Aline Uv t of Lao U i ah BowUmanI man wa U&1rhalj of the town o0
sUAL. ,v 0 ~e PIOX to ft-'4411 00 Puata Oo.4. f and rod boebaof t ve w
*tA .rnl pr.,f.....ery i.ne mrveyfwig s ad tis. Hisw
try.n k'eard to "t'm y a dlsance, n
tr.ur lea rflo i toamlm, ta tde Ae. shot at b it itroughl a w 4ow whilb
6h u as e ,, i..,tS 2e e t tes.a tle 2 ,,2o, 1903*.
ne uown wren we will build within Coopor's attorney, J. W. Brady. eu 1
..ie n- thirty days, whe work of aroed ore bo
,1 geta t ie :,tean on oy uy iad grading
will bg tine u.t o ae. Ty a Ord grading ardon in is behalf. but it Dt no
will etgin been plactel for te iron and we ex- n woulnds e ea.
Saeventytoir yaowarrant wai re ilced. Cooper stebd
1,ect ire flal delivery about septem- ftcstly mainta.ntcl his i: hocence. Coo;-
br 15, wi,.h re,4lar shipments from her's w!fe and children had weepingly
that date or. The ecs ties are now ,ade him tcodbye on he morning
be.ng hewn for the ez.ension, and a e for the' execution. bu: returned
large n .t r .,11 be really by e when they :eard, them, th e glad
,tinz the fc.'ce is ready to iLy them. ne
"The extension of the Gainesvillo
.erWJ GzCf 4s going to mean nt only Another Big Land D .
a b!g thing for Gaineeville and the Another tig Land Dfel.
twl treaedb tet aben A land and timber trade has been
.iK' LS r uzaed by it, but a great ben- closed in Wultrie, Ga.. of which tte
ofit to the .ta.te. It w',ln shorten the ( oederat. was in round numbers
.sstanoe between Gainesvil:e and T on.: -
pa seventy mes, will be 175000. To Moultrie parties. W.
Valsobutn ,tna bo tles ndoileC. Vereen and W. H. Smith, boughtI
.,@ big cavoi In both fares and tim,. of lawo pirt.s about 25.00 )aces
The rod will also open up a ma- (of lan In Jeffersoan and Loon. oun.
taflcent farming and timber section, tiesb thati s rich In yellow pine
whcho ahe i t.retofore been undevelp-a tles, tha w rich in yellow pine
hd.h o.Ya,,retofbre been undeornsel- tnmrter. Th, bcTly of timber has bee..
Od on acloant of lack of transpv'an- owned for .-ome years by a milln4-
tA facilities. corZn.,-ny t St. Malrks, and recently
"The owners of the Gainesville an'l the cGnipl. failed. ph mill w.s
,Gulf pr opoe t o make this rad th % th!cJ owln c ..lthe timber fell n
trunk line .f FIo rl ia, and it is lper- thew hado art. ,s in Iowa. T:,,
fectly r.tral that it should be, as eeds re ra te' by Arttiur Holltman
it will traverse the very heart of" <.; i ;w tr a, andthe mclf v
tbe estate, touching many of the mcbt has Iecn I ad aver by the Moul.r.,
iprominer.: c(Ities nd towns, with :a purchase( r1.
southern ,c,-mr.nal second to none in t with ti 1I W. C. Vereen's In
the south." v(t;tnets ':. Firda timber for :'
VW hen asked what tim i' he ex. the rmad to be con:mOleted, Mr. Stuc',,- ollarti. lie d Ie'iev(es thi la ;t ilnvi..
cy raid :n a.rt is 1 .n of th h i; hi(, has, .the
"All (nit,In; b elon. f';crable, we qaily of thot imb r ing vay fine,
vwill be olp4-rating throu:rh t.mins to an, the ofUsp m .bra .in e i. suir-
Tan:ptL wi'hin e!ght to ten monc ths. t:g the ('on ,.:.( i :on: o f a ralIro a l
We ;t;ore-se to go ax)ut this con- thron:gh th. tm ilr 0 struc:ion work with a systernm and will \. t ir S S th i~ ,11 .A e'e ri at on ,.
have so ve.~- 1 g n gs. I t: e m, r t n tin e', 1 H p t l) h e r'1 'o t il -,y ati tfo .
v -' l e 0 '. t r a sh i s 1 .( li n g V dl v '( o rin t h e mh .r trI; t n : n k .
w,'11l lcjk ,te,- eurir.; t tt. ne rocl-
i: :,-(. I inT'i ia.rsenge-' and fr'i't. Indord Pure Food Law.
as wa 'r bro:ht to state. Indor:,, d Pure Food Law.
asA Na.t hiU T# n it !-%-

The l ar,I of rtatc ins'i:ui;o:oin has
a-warded thc( e-.trze's for thr .innuild
re qit'.ton? for furnishings ;or the'
state h(~*pital for the i1'i.can' to the
following firms: H.argadin;, 'Y'Ki-
trick & Co., of St. Louis and Jackbon-i
vil-le, the C(')vngton company of Jac"'-
conv.lle. B1nediot, Pollak & Co. of
Jacksonvlle,. L.vy Brothers of 'all'i-
ha1see, Scarborough & Co. of Chat-
tah A. WeilIl of Savannab, Raymond D.
Knight company of Jacksonvlle. Theo
contracts were awareed to the lowe-o
I Idders; t.hrse contract In the aggre.
gate amountt to about $8,000 annually.

After a m ost successful season of
tea weeks, the University Summe'r
Normal clc'sd at Gainesville, and th"
faculty anj students returned to
their respective homes, feeling that
tl:oir time bad been well and profits-i
bly speut. The enrollment reached
e ighty, which was Indeed encouraging,
considering that this was the firs.
year of the Instttetion. The enroi?-
meot represented twenty counties .and
ama lg he student body were prii,-
ulpal and their enIatnts of a num-
Ler of t*he leading hI;h schools of the

At a L :it'ril niee:lr c.;' the t'10.t1,-
(.-is'rn .Ml:, rs' A-m< :.'.om lh(I 1:1i
.a.shv:il',, 1t:i. Fhl regulac:ing iOe in::,::ufa* ture and na!e
of cmmuine'r-' *'-,,! t*( ing : tiffs, In '
'ct Aug'.- "2, lW.5', was fully cor.-
midered in all its LeArings o:i the
trade. After car-ful (diilberation t
was the *4"inse o.f uhe meeting that
this law ',o heartily endorsed. an'~
th&a every off-o'- tb n:.de by the
remlbrs *,f tlhl VsIo-"iatlon to en-
couraxe the ,maasage of similar pure
foxod laws in every southern stat .
It was decrled that the ac-'retary IlI
instru(te 'd to wTite letti.c-s to the
sortetary of state cd Florlda, stating
that the 'Southnacstern Millers' Arso-
cIltlon, (.inposed of foriy mnerhant
mills in the' states of Tennense',
Kentucky, North Carolina, GeCorgia
and Indiana heartily Indorse this isa,w.

rnade by
i:rivate v
the proop
th city
t!mes, an
turned d
n:otcrs o
well Gibl
Hall Eru
in fifty

lt.eOnr slAipments for August from Vbloh w1
the port of Jackaonvl:e passed the daring t1
twenty milYoa mark. This is con. the erpir
b:lered a remarkably good record for the city
n'.dmammer, and will compare io.* the watec
ably with the records of any month qgre d u
Su the past The records of the cue- are of th,
to house ow M that the shipments raise ton
f hlmMber for the wgoth were as ol- and pay t
IWm: Tilelw plIe meatwlse. feet, p.r r~
3I U04 ; :cyp m, Mntwte., feet 1.-* te the
f0.000; eOee ties cMtwM feet 2-. wors.
*,00:0; ye9o* pl Ioregn feit.
M.t4t : total dshlipnet, 0.75T.496.
This dows I alUa t flve milUion On they
feet cr the shipment for the month aodty
..o Jusly. dlly
& ise.. ra
3rs. WItlam aswrei eOg (Mribelle s e
tle 4b me
tad an exciting experience a few days
age. WAh her baby It her arms abeo lea k S
west to tn0 1hle rarrtle to .ay At rellsmin
gowa. Shbe u1tWd t pillow to tern Wlth all
:t over a was greatly startled :o
0-a 6Mzk) (le4d p beaeth It. TeL %a3 l
*ptltUq was qeaeMy WkiP. It wae a l y y "
.ales gartc- veasty, but the p th *'os -. 1

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h ,a beon a Ftrong effort
orortide parties to oasabll.sn
waterworks for Daytona. an.1
eo:t.s bo been presented ro0
co.n< il for adoption several
d :n very Instance as been
ow.a by that boJy. The pro.
f h- e*sheme, Messrs. Crom-
bouvi of Jacksonville and 1.
mr-ny of Lclind, ask for a
..- iranchiae. and offer t,) put
h b-lrats for fire protectioa.
In Cuet the cety $2,00 a year
bg lif of the fraoebhse. A*.
rat;cn cf the said franchise
has tbo pivillege to buy
rwoi ka pMast at a prk e to bo
pOn. A great many tas;myera
e opinion that the city coid
ads to the amount of $60,00o
tbes of at the tat of $2,50.)
rad I tweoty4Mw yeans
towe weald own its wate.t

let of October the Orango
le,sarter will ben to tanms
elUo itI 8. L. h im. the
4 PrreI, ur e basee of the
ad tet equipped prlUng as.
: *s ora. He hm had
rW'menee nl the field of )our.
f4 t:e an able corpe of bout
W and eporlu4al aslstants.
of these to i ,credit to be-
thbere m m reeus why The
P ., shodM s mere to
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___ thtac Io latIms F the
This Time Its the Union Printers la sit ong term the general comn-
Out on Big Strike. ll the city of Atlanta friday al-
teragos condemned the cdhduct 4f
Mayer Woldward when he was at.
DEMANDS ARE ARBITRARY te .the nntlon o the Lgu
IoW AjIet.-u: Mr..del: llUe at To-.
0Oect is Attempt to Forcc Employus ldo, ohio. The resolutloes lalope',
to Inaugurate iose*05 bip" and by the co-Incil, and whech ase re.
S Iugrted from committo, of the whoil
Eitgt-Hour Dqy. are as follows:
Wherear, Mayor Jamea 0. Woo'.
The acu.. stage has been reached. ward attended the League of Amenr.-
in a new lator ar in Chicago. Nineo. Mun niclted, recently he.d. .
Toedo, III his official VspIcity and
teen of the larger printing houses &. the expe* se of the city of Atlanta.
of Chicago were without union coni. for the 3punrp, ee of inviting the con-
po4siors Thursday even:L;, the result vent on to held its next seesion .n

of a series of strikes Inaugurated Ly
Typographical Union No. 16 ag.ainot
members of the Chicago Typotr.euu,
the purxaose of the strikes being to
compel thu typothetae Js an ,,,;airs
izaticn to accede to dtmrniu,,s fur i..v'
'c.lesed shop" and tlha: ....t I.O,.*
constitute a day's worn.
Further trllke a." e.'.,ptct'l in
case other .LoI d .ii.. work for i in have I ecui ie. uaI a. ft. r, .a.tr of
the% pt nL1 o u nlot (-s of an .utvii.
tion .0 inj't;:ur a o "t pt n .shop" ani
'ultIne i ).... w. I. It isH lailm l :Ol-
trary ( ai;ncit a u e ite.u the rule.
I lld1ic:; se.., ,imsntjim e to stir.ket
affr.''i tI : .. t;ic' strifl Ic lv de tis ro-
o'i'-. c' I tIh. i'trike (,on :>c 'te and ',e-
-larfrd the' ouiconme a ina.tt'r o(f .'i
(durer'n', a spread In i(i h iao r tto
(:he'r cities not b 'lng eoA.;:'11i}ii)- i
for the pr'.se'nt at l ,;abt.
N( c'('til" tng o'her r(,r,: )oyvi H )f
the ti t "'i ; rnt 11g hou;e. in l'!'-
it. pei::t'irs to thoe nrumler of r 'vorlry
, ;.r'e tInttrit-'el. The strikers 'l;aiim
thit l '.g't .t g s:a' )l!s;.limle'< t v.-;:
rimnin ri':; ral. noi a t e'ptic n wrri ,
for hoo,~enH w %hr re rli(eas ire p in Ipi ,..
re us. anilt ha; in th-ese (:ght aidI
(-lewhtwler. tw init y-fl.ve h'.:i~r! l I| n 'nll -
hftr.', of thi union wIll! be it wor;,
and will fturn.sh funds for strlk. Ien
At their u'i :ecn hoa3d(Iuar'<-rs It l-'he1,r(
out. that liuton printers from \ar.oius
Iart() of 'tr. country are' tnkiin n Hit
Vantage, of the 'offer of ('hca :o'*.
strlk,> aff,-to' l print shops to 4,11', 10
the city in tih pin';r, of s4'rlle Ir,,ak-
erp. their ir.ivIlliqi eop A,\ter renetri.!'n t!',e city tl.ey d'hcelt


Extended People of Stricken New Or-
Ieans in Reply to a Telegram ol
Evidencing bhiu deep sympathy with
New Orlenus. 1Pr sidenrt to m've',
Thursday ent a notable acknowlieg-
ment to Mlayor Martin Bohrnuan of a
te.legrani Ipplauding the pr'ise!nt!' I
tservkce to et.in.mmty in restoring ie:.( t
between tho warring nations in thew
far eas'.
"New Orleans hastens to'' give e'
premsion to her profouat admiration
of your wonderful aeoampLahiap ntt
It must prove a soree tV Inatinc
pr:do to. all true hearted Americanis
to feel ani. to know thrit the whol.o
cliliked 'world sla paying homage "o
the chloftain of our ie*.o country
from whose master mInd emanated an
achievement in the cause of human
Ity, which will rival anr of the ms .
ter strokes which ever hbve Leen or
ever will be recorded la history."
The preldent's reply follows:
"Oyswer Bay. N. Y., August 31.-
%oB. Martin Behrmam. Mayor New
Orlesas: No telegram has touched me
as deeply as the telegram from you
showing that I* the Vmtdst of the great
trial New Orlesan s so keenly eaier
to all that asects he Intercst off
the world and the homor of our coun.
try. You have given fit eprealsion
to the fee;InlSa your brave and
aallaat peo.'e, for only those wito
lofty asusI can In the uidst of their
ows grief Std tim* to thak of others.
I t I *e4 at ew a hewr emp a4
4Mm0t &a by for te wel.

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At'anta; and,
"Whereao', the committee appointed
by tie civy council to attend the
se a on of t'.e league has returned
end made its report to the city count.
( 11 and the mayor has also made a
elatenent to the council; and,
"Whereaj, it appears from the 'ressa
reports throughout the country an I
fiom o:her reliable oirces, that tthe
mayor, on the fior ef the and during its dlibhora ions, wan In
a state cf prtilal intoxication, and s o
(onduetod himselff wh'Ic In Toledo is
to bring dltcre'illt itpon Atlanta and
l humiliation to hor people; and,
"Wllere'a. by such conduct in hIs
official cpacily lhe' has outragied tihe
('ntiinmnt und spirit of our p)ople-'
ie' it, ther'tfoi ',
"Resolved, lty the generijl council
of the <'ity of Aflanta as fo;lwCAn:
"1. That we dellorer and ril ontmni
th,.o il'<'ctirphl' mv n ', 'f hinist lf by
tie' nimayor )f Atlanta on Aigunt 21
(in the' flx)r of the' convventiWon of the
I ongKIue' of Amorricalr MunIc'ipallIt ie,
nnd his eondli't during his ejourni I
"2. That tle (ondilthon anif l ('(onlu1't
(f .Mayor Woodlward on the' oreaclon
r:ont io*ned are in no w|ie' tyi;p'cat
of Atlanta, but imee't with wevere:it
etsnncurf of this body and the sHtrong-
t:t (ond(lmnlilat)n of our people.
"3. "Tlha a copy of this resolution
Ie' rPnt to the mayor of Toledo. the
o(Mf-rrs of the leagpie of Amnerica.
.iunitripalitlse and, through the AcUo-
c'latef IPr<(,i to thle lealhingK ouirnal';
throughout the country with the re-
quoes: that they give the same as
prominent apace' in their -olumns as
wa" given to their r, ports of the ex-
hlIbtions maid( by the n atyor of At.
Ma)or Wox>dwardl ma!de' a tate'intcit
before the council, which had rni-aly
a*onational turns. Ho deni':d that h
hael ai'ted In any way wrong, buth
admitted that he had takeni a fe-w
bhorc." lie doclare'd he' had rlonn
nothing for which hfe wiouli apolo-
W7x4', and that if he ahouldl go off
and drink soda water )someboxy would
tell Hls on him.


Noted fmqiseere of America nad furope
HolM Meelihq in Washieatn.,
Eminent engineer.i of Amer.c anl
'Purope met i. Washington Friday
tepon the coll of President Roo)seve'!
to invratig& 'e and make recommend i..
t'!os as to the type of canai that is
t' connect the waters of the Attant!:
and Pacific oceans.
The recommendationa of the r(on-
sulting eaidneers will ot be final.
but will be made to the lathmian ca.
Dal conmmir.'oo, which. in turn. will
use Its own judgment in a report t)
the president.


GovereWem t 1u*es* report ders s tos
Vikceree of Vertee Previecs.
Ohaia bes placed the boyoott -)(
American products under an Imperlas *
lan. An ed'ct has bee" issued by tt-,.
Sovernment comanding viceroys and
govetmors of provinces to take mea-.
ures for O i emprtelou a their boy-
cott ,ad holding them strtetir- re
mMlbml. The state depa ient a'
WleolMe fetIved a. eblegrani
tfzt k NOi '*hU glk. kin giv.
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Fresh Meats.






favey Bei Drwi Ip Ceampec to S
Sig y S uye* sad Japds.
Actual work of drafting tue "treat(
at PoPtsmouh" began wednesday. A.
is being done by Mr. De kMartuas ana
Mr. Dennl.i, at:g as lca al u.i'.ascr
lor the raipettive s dcs.
While L0o "'basta c f peace" have
Leeon aoepted by the pluipou;t...ti.-
r!es, onhit,'rable remains to be
worked out In the elaboration tf tho
v.rticles of t.ie treaty. T.. .; w e*
Isecially true in regard to the articles
dt~aling with the Chinese Eastcrn ral-*
way and 'he surrender of the leisee
on the Liao Tung penins.::ar antJ
l\ rt Arthur and Tallenwan (Dalny).
Mr. Pok oiloff, the RutMian minis*
ter to Pokin, who was formerly man*
axi'r .f th Rituio-Chinese 1 anit
)'okin. and who has Intinmate .nowl.
edge of ull the details relating to
hso t matti r., Is EBr:s:lng r. DU
Maart n s.
A very anomalousi stuatl(n exists
as to the iuri;ression crej.ed hi th'e
(cotclilsiou of pta i1do world applauds, nla Japan there
Is evidently great disaatpolaiment in
the ternm and In Russ.a. where 't
would seen that there should bo uni-
versal rejoicing over the great diplo-
nlatic victory, Mr. W4'te has won, th,
government seems to have received
It (oldly. With tho people It will
make Mr. Witte a groat and popular
figure and odd to his laurels, btt at
court 'vid'-ntly the very victory that
Mr. \Witto nas achieved ra es It all
the morn bitterly resented.

A Tuasl pWilh Cofte.
Thiire 1 ,~4olrtiliig fairly dmonia*.
cal in the w iy . sometimes wreaked
its flendlli nianlli' on thlimoe who use It.
A landy writliit frnin (Clif. snays
"My husbnnd nwid I. both lovers oCf
coffee. suffered'l for some time from ai
very annoying form of nervousness.,
ase'oiipulltil by mount frightful head-
arheL. In my own case there was
eventually (h'veloped some sort of at-
fetilon of the nerves leading from the
spiln< to the head.
"I was unable to hold my head up
Straight, the tension of the nerves
drew it to one side. causing me the
moat Intense pain. We got no relief
from medicine. and were puzzled as to
what caused the trouble, till a friend
suggsfited that possibly the coffee we
drank had something to do with It. and
adviled that we quit It and try lPo-
tum Coffee.
"We followed his advice, and from
the day that we began to us* Postum
we both began to improve, and In a
very abort time both of us were en-
tirely relieved. The serves became
steady once more. the headaches
ceased, the muscles In the back of my
neck relaxed, my head straightened
up and t4 dreadful pain that had a
punlash 4 while I used the old kind
of coffee vanlabed.
"We have never resumed the we of
the old cofee, but relish our PostUm
every day as well as we did the for-
maer beverage. And we are delighted
to find that we can dsiv It rely to
our children also, sometUag *ve nevef
dared to do with "t Am kI& o cot
fee." N1- given by i* m Bat-.
tie CrMi.. h. r '
Pontum Coffee contains absoltely Do
drugs of any kind, but relevepl the
coffee drinker from the old drag alt "
There's a reason.

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Shapes the Detiny of Men-The influence or a
Healthy Weman Cannot Be Overestimatd.
UeYan4bntha of t
meo in this world merry
a woman becasdea he is
beautiful in their eye$--
because she has the quail-
ties whih taspire edmlrt-
Udar, respect and love,
,T)fere is a beauty in
health which is more at-
tctive to man than mere
regularity of feature.
The iaemee of women
glorione In the possession
of perfect physical health
uion men ad upon the
hIealsstlon of the world
eould never be measured.
Because of them men have
attained the very heights
of ambition; because of
them even rone i.s have
been estabilased d de.o-
them,,to msethe fair young
wife's beauty fading way
before a year Peae over
herbhead Asiclly. half-
deade-nd-alive woman,
especially when she i
the mother of family.
Is a damper to all joy(oul
mess in the home, sd a
Aram upoi her husbsnd,
eMstof sh awife'amn- Ms. esuieAins
stant illness is a serious
drain umpon the funds of
household, and too often all the do.- 'Lydia E.Plnkham'sVegetable('ompound
touring does no good. mad^ me a well woman, and I feel w) grate-
fawl that I am glad to writo and tell you of
If at woman finds *hr enerI a.l re lay myarvklem. recovery It brought, n
mlyagging, and that everything tire. her, health, new life and vitality."
dark shadows appear under her eves.
ber sleep is disturbed by horrible What Lydia F. I'inkham's Vegetable
dreams; If she has backache, head- Co'mpound d(lid for Mrs. Ainsley it will
sob&se, bearing-down pains, nerv,,us- do for every woman who Is in poor
neoa. whites, irregularties, or deopon- health and allin?..
dney., she should take means to build It benefits berin when Its use begins.
her ytem up at onco by a t.nle with tgivenstrength and vigor fronthe
spealfie powers, such as ,vdia E. Plink- start, indestrently makens ick women
ham's Vegetable Compound. well and robtihst.
This great remedy for women has ltemnemnl'r lydla E. 'inklharrn's Vee-
done more in the ,way of restoring tai o ('o)potud hoclds t;e r,.eird for
health to the women of Arneriesa than t1.- grreatext number of actual cures of
&ll other medicines pitt together. It is w%,man'1 ill. 'lThis faeet i attested to
the safeguard of womnnan' helialth. uy the thousands of let t.rn from gr rt e.'
Following we piblish, by request, a fit wcurven which are eln tili' ini thi,
letter from a young wife. I'inkharn lal)ioruiry Merit alone can
Mrs. Ress e Ain].ylf if hlI outla 10th rii)ritre atgu'h reanits.
8trot, Tacmsa, Wai. writ, suh 10h Ier she s iuiihl relneml'ber that a etre
fur till fecmule digeneh netiallv exiota,
DKer Mrs, Pinkham:-- Irld that 'vire'. i', t hdia E.. in'tl ltiren'
"I Evr winem mny vchlld wa wborn I have ue V, eitahle ( mpouldi lt.ke I) k ,suhsti-
ferai. as I h,, feiw wiomei.n vr ne, with i tilte
inflanniIestio.lII, f ,nn If ,i' tktli, .' !h'ive" Finr t)rnr y w i 't,
patinm, t| 'kavhla ni d wre-tlch.l iee.nel ai l It ftor t le I* u '. Pi
affl 'tow lly u to lllisc'tW1 tliet I '1 ci1l eiiot '4ete, ti11 1 e, ", l i l,
ITn y lill Ijsle, an li half lily ti,ie w SIpe; t I.'.l uI l NI ', o ',1 '. ;i i" 't-i ie 'i
In"h'ml. t ire' til tlt I' h,'lefe .
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vetetable CAmoua:I uceeds Whcre Otbhers F0.il,

I)rrum-maker-- -And wn'ld l', li:iv(
IeK of muttlon l,'oV m,. Irnalirn.'
(usitofmr (trying (it) MNoit o 'I r.
tainly not. I am ia vegctarinii! 1,fn'
don PIunch.

aeelI, lvrreiar., lstaekrb With I'alnas-
Made Well *isadil I'Oi enls Isavie'.
Mrs. E. W. Wright, of 172 .Mal n Mt..
IHaverblll, Mass., iayi: "In IIU I1
was suffering so with shalnrp pnlls inI
the small of the
back nd land stPull
frequlent dira y
spells tl1hat I c':liS
etirvely ge>t utboit
Ithe house. The
tirliury iImSaugei'd
were also quilt' Itr'
regular. Mhicetlhly
IH'rkHlsa were noc
dt stressing I
dreaded their approach. This wan my
4endition for four years. Ioiieni' Kid.
y Pllls helped me right away when,
I begall tith them, and threw ioxes
cured nme permouently."
I'oeter.Mllburun ('., Huffalo. N Y.
Vor sale by all dearus. I'ricet, to
ceuta per box.

A *Sehelboy's View of Tennyson.
The following remarks on Teuny.
qo were recently handed In on an
examination paper hy i achoolhoy in
ma nalslah literature class: "Lord
Alfred Tennyson was a celebrated
*ot.t, and be wrote a lot of boautifull
pomes with long hair HI greatest
pome le called 'The I:1oi King' lie
was make a lord. but he was a iood
man and wrote many oads."-llar.
per's Weekly.

Sell6 Q *0 *I*W f lledetrela ntl lsleH it1.
temred hby >O* Snas*r ('elof etra easl
use Cake *t CesItar* ie ai.
A. W. allt, iof Indepenls'ette. sa.. writ-
desI under date oft ept.I 15. )I94. save I
bave hld falling hair and idassidft Ior
twelve years and esou. get anthinai to hlPri
we Finally 1I bought one bom of Iutlcurei
UNatmeat and one rakie ol t'uliuwra e o i.o
*ad they emared my serial ofl the dcandrurt
ad stepped the hair I'Illig. 1 ow l uv
bair is growing as well'as ever. I hiatil
prvte Cittieure loap as a toilet 8o0|..,
4Migaed) A. W. 'aft. Indeperdene, %a. *
"They'll never amount to much In
"I don't see why."
"Their vulgarity; they actually
love one another; the idea of a dl
eret weT b iorrfy tbem.'-Houston
9og *. *

$300 From An Acre.
I,.mt 'v:tr'i Ililtie ntrli' ii w:i l fiho
rnm mt mil lsf;itotrv we hliv o #ver tinrl,
iit 1 writer in in'Th (e ili|'l n Ma't
1ine Thei' nre wan l Ill rci, lore th in
ion' htird of an arre which W:s 4
ploiw t)b a colored man for $2 23 'I'he
deadnl we'l it Ind othor Itiash were re'-
rioveld for $31. no Ihit wtirn the gur.
dl'in was ready for planting tnhe total
Investment amountwl to $.25&. The
ground slightly de-llnea from the
north to south and faces the sun for a
good many hours each day.
We sold 120 worth of products.
whirh gave um $10 over the original
rost. A careful necount of all the
produrcto sold. used givpn away. or
ptit away for Winter showed our gar-
den was worth $110 In cash.
"Where are you 1goiin, my pretty
"A-huntingl a h aun.al, sir," she sall.
"Woulda't I anwer,. muy pretty tald'. '
0"unr money is ta'nteud, lr," she
-t. louls Post.D.Spatch.

11.f l sitiesqn "A eriilIt r elt,
I),'.i a ,11 I gallon lor linsed oil.
'W I01i ,I tll I l l4 I eai htlll e ee int.
Ki)%n Ile.h iroleci i h Ili t rl at 60) rented
i.el ll 'iv*. an11l ollt it itlIh IltaIgnerl &
I l,iiltL 1. A A I't.elel
It nI ik ed .I'litl t 'bout $1.' per
,1,'. 1 I'M t lron. l'tru ilesnt Mmlin he- ler
C'otion hi, l:. ;. i.1.I NI. .. c .. writr :
'Ii IHk'. I ,iintrl 1i1% gI'uleiceO viU I.. k
.i It luni. lbetelr t llt'1 i e t Istiwat mli> Ir
enei 0r.- i'ileis'l l I llle r ai%'m ,go."
so:,il cei w l ih Ie .,il % t Ion rnt A
M. etiietir. New uilk. I'iinit Muikers for
-if'l) I<. _ee..
Nrv t-Ik hl e nIin 'loouit jnr brains.
A I',u,' \,,ei lei u r pe ulfe d .cJ j

ON, Ilia TRAIL..
"PN." asked the Renator's Iittlo boy
what's a nemiei?"
"A 'nemeo'tln.' mvy on." rallied the
Senator. wearily. "I na female office
seeker whom. In a moment of fnollo.
kindhfrr'edlnt,ev. you promnlnrd to &a-
salt.-a(tholle R*andar; and TImes.

"Grandpa. do you have to be awful
gooN to get to hpeven?"
"Yea. my boy."
"Well. I've about made up nuv mind
to try for the booby prise."-NOw
'ork Life.

i~evi.i -tIar~lir4l' av4 IIIf. ot Dir. \'
Ne~rvig I I 4t i Ir.Ar t I I) 0 t !"# -%:I, *I t1#- it

'Mrs.lVlnq~ow'q~joit n ge'in,,Svrn1I for ('hilirp%
lertlili~ii,siiAI tok a t io aiii.roe.Seo'ii Inlii lI-
thin allaym roaxiii"u rol indi11( olle, 'i'X'.a t) )z i
Tliii' lrmpe~riir of~~s lipin asrcrecnty gia'
VkoJ t4;tot le V M L. A.
Plso'eaCu re tor CAf~tli impt I )a 14Din In falIV .! 'i
M.(lel('iuefo)r ".'0h&I&l landvl V011--N\. N%
I1A5uuz., 0einira (rovs, 14. J.,. ~nj.* 17, 1901
'The p ilitim (A en lla~zrigkok is(-stiimatcl
at rolI,)'X) uoijd.
The hreuibt Antleilptie.
.Sinan'sU ivneent. for all moaqeeto bite,.
It kill@ yellow fewer and nialaria germn..

ilm p i.e r evetY .% ger.
A71TRR THE WMfl[lN41.
"Who gave the brl~e $way?
"Her little brother. He stood Ul
right Str the middle of The ceremony
and yc~lld: "Hurrah. Tauny, You've
got hlMin la.rst!'"

C ?If 1 I . il |l s i too I .' t '1 I

A little girl of eleven In North
Carolina whose presence of mind sav-
ed a train from a frightful disaster
Is to be rewarded by the grateful
company with the desire of her heart
-a college education, relates the
Baltimore Amorioan. In the midst of
horrors aud giant sel'ishness of the
world It Ia pleasant to come across
such Instances of youthful hermilnt
and of the fact that sometimes ror.
portions have hearts, it not s-uli
and are touched by this unselfish bh-
(AU.t..) .


Hils Active Peasw l Interoet In Re-
llgieue Isnfruetti nand in Prayer.
It was my prlvllege in July to v15t
*h. noted sebool superintended by
Mr. Jobs D. oaekefeller. "The Oil
King." It we. July, and the weather
w3s hot; nevertbe!ess the superin-
tendent was found In his place the
school was In wilon, the attendlinre
wisa ool and t.ie rho'ara were ".-
thuslastle. -
Mr. Rockefc!ler'* p".io'l lq t'w. 1-i
elid Avenue Baptist, In Clr.v,'an'.,
Ohio. He has been rup-'rlitenPifnt
Irr rhirty-flve years. MrW. Itockof-.I
l.r his been vupertlnthrdont of the
primary department during the sanml
period. In the winter they are la
New York City, but during three iam-
mWr they are in Clev-land. They aroe
regular In attendance.
The Phool begins at 9.0A n. m. and
lutst for one hour. Three average at-
tendince is about .00. T '. Sunday
School meets in t'.w chap'- and In
the Sunday SBhoo! rooms. The
church i1 a downtown church, and SI
not an aristocratic church. anM ome
have supposed. Mr. Rockefeller is in
touch with his entire school. lit ie
in Ideal purlntndont In tha' h-
delegate' tihe work to others, bnt hn.
siuprvi lon over It al. Hli waI In
thp primary i p'tr'rnrrint (during t1he"
opening p(~Ion :in'l In the main
pehoo! for the' ouinAng
Mr. Rockefeller I'. e!dom ahr 'nt i
from the prayer metling.. Mr. It') ock
f-,ler bellevr.. In fo::n:at!,: ianl vIIFO
In reform tlon.
While I was' tal'.lng to Mr. Rocko-
f ller a vyung man wall"dl pan.t ii.
Mr. Rnokef-4pr aid'l: "That youn.
wan came Into oui- prayer meeting
two y)-'i" ago, on the rth of Novm-
her. He enrme In drunk, buhi he went
nway converted, and hne bh n a faith-
ful worker ever Fince." This rhow4
how much wp'rsonal attpnt!on- Is paid
to thle individual. Chtirchi Econom! t.

Tobacco Aches as an Asset.
Ai ov< rvhlonrtv kn'iTo'w the aTh left
on hurnimti tobirco Its' onld,. i ral'o. I
A ton f r1' ':ipr'- !, 0 f7 w ', ill vlol'l
four liitilrrel f. r ,f -,' ,' i
r ,,ir -n'T ',,4 ; 1 v :lw !' rn1!s','' !"ive to )I r> rp';i'r' I y t)% ah:inilant mi'
n i r in .
(in theo fi o)f i' 'I r'r .. ,,'' ', ' i

in h ai f: o l h 'l i r ft. '
ih (. iin a 1 e .' \ i i ' *i '
q i\ nI *. fiS f r t ''l r l C I i ft ( I
^ l bi. ;> I I i < n 11 r 1 *` *
'**'> i f cif li 1 11'7'i i n ; i

loi n':r l -nowi Iani r. I





if polar particular dealer really mean* to givee YOMTOUE NOEVs WOE?
it@ will &oil you CLOVER SEAII'. Lup a pair of -AMIGO" 53025E tdap

3Mrrtj~gtm~r-#warts W't4iatw(.


The Nublack is a grand good shell. It is
good in construction, primed with a quick
and sure primer, and carefully loaded with
the best brands of powder and shot. It is a
favorite among hunters and other users of
black powder shells on account of its
uniform shooting, evenness of pattern


strength to withstand reloading.
r M i1r um

Positive, Comparative, Superlative.
1 have umed one of your Fish Bra--d
8. ckcr. for five yecrs, and t.,w want
B new o..e. aie or.c fir a friend. I
would not be without one fir twice the
curt. They are j.t a: f:r oah-ad of a
cotnmon coat 1s u Lomrnmn one is
ahead o0 nothing."
( N%.i-.'-n 1pi1, lionn)
Be sure you don't get one of the com-
mon kind-this Is the
mark of excellence. I
Makers of Wet Weather Clothing & Hats.


41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.

Portable asol o AStionary
Engines, Boilers,

Saw Mills
Conmplee ete Corried in steoekfor
Heas Mehmelnry.7 l.,ww l 'rwete and best Term.
WI Ie us for catalogue. prices.
etac. h-fore buvinf.
NEEDLES. a l. St" *4.
SHUTTLES. tee 4 i__
REPAIRS. 1.1IT??.dl Go.

'30&$3oSHOES "
:J. L. Douglas $4.00 CIIt Edge Ltno
cannot bo oquallod t any price.

quelflates. theheget el ayo5$.S.o0
Alve. in The wendThe seglst Deea"
~tiese that cost yes SS.00to SPA,- f= 61s:
ony fotee'y at srocktonbs.'qintoI
yaM Wor seseewa p",Shmelnlpeg elies1611
Pak ess"a i ne eetesums YOith Wb 5W?
XTOWU 'bemyoube!a meo th. es

r ska" -weansw k f
me~ts.Sao 7

nnoPittob~. -00xei

without his. lmearnsll 4prise staneped W05 etm.
NVANTIrtF. A sboe dealer imoesry low* where
W. L. IDo',glis Pliamee are not soul .11niletiteo
mmllssPoienmta free for talepesuon apes reqaucil
Feet 00100, Lelato 110041 thew will set ~01breO.'e
'Write for "I:Iugtvste Catalog of Fall Ptyles
W. L.. ItCUUIOLASl. irMewkts. Ease.


A 5s'lenC~toriTress
111011%tier % hloky.
0pmum. MoPhil.*
roethenla or Nerve A TN

2JS Capitol Ave.. ATLANTA. tJA. F51 WoMn" L

t oThom's Eye Watr


imid "a Wi'", qeis~psh
"lteR b. d be imp UI ~e
mde InPae emev See. Se

St Will Mot Only Cure,. su Will Prevent Them.
SMade In Regu ar and Ta.telo'es Prmas. Prie SO ota.
MastUatared y PATTwam.WOUS-AM OUO O*.,
ft se by ad Lrggusta. DaUaI, msa. wa.a eiphma, Teaa.

IR Will give you best
service in proper
Shoes. Ask your

dealer to fit your
feet with shoes whicn will give you Comfort,
Style and Longest Wear. The Right Shoe
for all sorts of wear will be found in

I r ~s




'FURT ISUE @OB SMOC3A111T./A1,.111 *4W1 5CMa
reU . C".:wWc " --" AaDM ET U-
s e amm~e byIUmeum 's Couls-. ka. m d t
-oine& md 3 vh^^ wa d ur J"iL 5WK I n o
V Xn vUD yrKe rUDAT mO INo. "When my boy was two years old he th n o mattO.ler sefe1titl.
,, '-had a very severe attack of bowel corn- e; IIN o f
W. C. T. Plaint, but by the uae of Chamberlain's -ooatk r -a tery ahe
,TIN t at C. s t p Ac. Cholera and Diarr lo Rem edy_ 4 M t O u t
.. ,K ",' et'"g q9 the T. u. T. y -- |.{_ e n *t-k* "va i oat mmLnam-u an tz 2 8Z u
U.9ns imef u sog t hiim o it. F ol owr igh t, Iho a rAi.htf"dse l
.i.S.o ua. for, anw *T a p rinted diamtion abe nd a cre in u teiealg n adndu kInn sWWt t
arue. T ee the d tinfantum is cured by it. Follow the e ao "ia..i nO-.eaos -G me n
plain printed dirutins andsa cure is: In tOesub-div bum s "iw as oth
issue. The ai for the de- I..o.e O e.W. SaFAN .., me mseeat
votional exeri was "Bible Wines," -s "" -. W t. aI t aM i elaha.ra
nd was d .ther ar M plan. tether with
The leader pVved from authentic te- "When the old kin -.mamde.d of the tead mad mNpmonte tmhsoma in Leo
timony of we-inown misstonariesmad po of t as host- ..loa
travelers that the products of the ie ", the y- reied: We w v prefer _to sw__mbe_. I __1_--- I me_ .
in e trn are many and va ve a hu of our most distiuished ^ ^-
rious, but only a very small per cent are n., This was but a fair testimony of NOTCZ of r Adotio of a Uniform St of
intoxicatU She showed that in the the value of a child to any common- High School S fr o Count r.
orngmal Hebrew there are eleven words wealth and to any ag e Te hope of TalahticaIs . av.t tim.
that stand for the various product of t2 ,s .S '. hot, itat Not .. ^ t i .e-
the grape, all of which are translated tou Piel w ehildren tat cern that a uniform system of high schw"iooks
the grape, all of which reof tranlatedHe- t ng our street today." for Leon County Florid to be ued for the ensu
intowmine. The testimony of the He- .writer im MI Mr. Horace ns ive e re will be adopted byth County Dowd
brew Bible, however, hinges upon three fwtcri er" Chicddr ayessofPublic iI on u courtaon with the
words, vi: Yyin, shear and ireh. y to make good character and gbod a committees .treeof the leading thers of the
Yayin, meaning either intoxicating or habits a foundation in the livesaf agrw- ouw nty.
unintoxicating wine, was frst translated ii children, whiol is the air o the a nina t~tionpu entheir a othereat.
into the Greek word Oimos, and was k idergarten universal, is to make the ue being equal, the Board will, of course, pay
eventually translated into the English training a part of our common school due reardtotheostfaorable offers in the way
word wine. This word occurs in the ha.g . ., Sa fteuom n
SBible 140 times. Selection s wer e system, and I thik that accomplish- 'eBuckman bill Mhavina recently abolished the
iblne 140 times. Selection were made nnt must be our objective point., 1 Florida State Cole at Tallahasse. it to the in.
ffom these passages and read, having was profoundly 'hreased with the teition of the shc eloffil" of Leow county to do
been previously distributed among the power for good of ty kind rgartee all n their power to remedy this los to the youth
members. twwer for od ftee kpidr garten as of our county by m an ow high schools among
m.br,.... adiaatered us S~p Francisco. the very best in the State In every respect.
Tiresh, the Hebrew word for the wine i _e cause of ild culture appqalF wei intend to add cenmecralsi department to
that is always commended, was also onetn thi atalist n the lsHn H School. in order to. ive theetu-
translated into the Greek word OinUos, tate owners on a ount of ultimate eourM.
and later into the English word wine. em# an to the ee on the score we reallse that some of our neighboring coun-
This word occur- 40 times in the Bible, ';-"'" -. ties who. like oureaves, have relied chiefly on the
ani elections were read from these of duty; to the humanitarian on the lorida state Coll-- for their high school faci
and election were read from th plea of pity; to womankind in response tie ats not aswe able as ourselves to meet this
pbaraes also.t o the mother impuoe. of protection and emergency, and we will be pleased to have their
31111kar1is the Hebrew word for wine ,arsaid to ^ a ris by order of the mk1uanunelyatta dorn n w tsrn u, yfn
1hat is always condemned and forbid-, , be
at is always condemned and forbid mandate, 'For inasmuch as ye have All publishers desiring to com~will herl e-
den, and oeo;t r 38 times in scripture don t unto the least of these, even so I uired. as o s as poes e to le* In the oHM*e II.
Examples of the word unier this h y donet t me unto brary of the County Superintendent of Public in.
xamplg Biob theaworddu n d er ois h i I y done It unto me. struction opies of uch books as they may desire
were selected from Ow ,Bible and IhI0 -tenth of the present cost of to tender for our consideration. n order that all
duly given by different members. uarding against disorder and the pun- ma be property examined by the Suprintendent
The Bible never contradicts itself I" ^ o crie a ido h e~- atnconmmttee of teachers before this m tin of
when prig ~ Aind ..ugem t care and traliini of children from oGeo. 1. DAVIs. Chairman.
tpe we to the of dawning perceptionuntilSuperintendent and S
at t or wine ispennissib, and the avre of 10 years of age, by S in ew.
tEat t w a a free agent, s f*e to methods t already have been proven Amendment of Charter--Letters
destroy self with It, are simply ,; to be effective, would save to a commu Patent.
morant "oceornng the AcIpitures, I nity within a single short generation
and have ne bn made **we mnt al- mano times the amount of the original NOTICE I HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
vaticl"-b.th' diligent astu. of them. outay, besides addi enormous lyto southern Telephoe and Construction tita
The only ,iu commenden fap man's the equipment for production of Florida will apply to the Governor of said
use in ait uv is that whieh is unfer If a portion of the large amount now State. at Tallahassee. Florida on the 80th day of
rented am therefore unintoxcatn invested in penal and corrective institu- e .190. for anam mnt of its charter
The man who woul observe Go's tons was expended in kindergartens, ing as follows: and having been duly adopted by
laws and steer clear of danger s for- these institutions would soon become said Compua, and a copr thereof, duly certified
bidden to even "look upon it when it is necear under the onmmon. of.the company, ben
rd.l wm i- t moveth itself a ht - -unnecessary now on file in the office of the Secretary of State
r, w. it mov--t--.. Itself rt Let us, then, bend our enerl-ie to of the State of Florida, asrequiredby law. to-wit:
"Woe unto tm that are mighty t make the cause and work of the kinder- That Article II of said charter shall be amended
drink wine and men of strength to min- garten more effective Po as to read as follows:
gle strong drink." Sec. Kindergarten Committee, ARTICLE II.
The business of the society was con- of Womn n's Club. Thegeneral natureof the businesses tobe conduct
sidered after the devotional exercises I .... ed by said company shall be to construct. acquire,
close. One feature of the latter bein. maintain and operate telephone exchanges and tel-
caotetose. ne $5 ,-te o treasurer o! Mr. J. C. Trice. Lessee and Manager ephoneexchangefllnee and plants, and telephone
a vote to send to the treasurer of Panacea Springs Hotel, spent several tollllnesand plantslnthecountiesof Leon. Wakul.
the State Union to aid in defrayin the n th c i t wee arla.Franklin, e J.eeron. Gededen. Jackson. Madison
e atxen Uof theo paidet Mi eal days in the city this week, arranginir and Taylor, in the State of Florida, and to con-
expenses of the president, s el, for an excursion via of St. Marks and struct, acquire, maintain and operate electric
to the national convention, to be held in by steamer to Panacea. The fare is plants for light, power and other useful purpose.;
California in September. Three new reasonable, and ticketswillieoodto t a n electric supplies and manufacture
erswereereasonable, a tkets will e d to thesame;,and to purchase, use, lease, sell, morti
members were received return Monday. This will afford an ex- gage, pledge or otherwise dispose of led and
The Clonl Waterloo. cellent opportunity for a few days at persna1 p rper,. and borrow money for any and
Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey this popular resort, and all who go will or other evidences of indebtedness therefore; and
Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey b benefitted by the bracing salt air to have and enjoy all the rihta, privileges. and
Grove Texas, nearly met his Waterloo and healthfulness of Panacea water., ipowersenecanary or proper for carrying on any of
from fiver and kidney trouble. In a re-sa~ said business,
cent letter he says: "I was nearly dead N o dt ls The tolephoneexchangellnem and plantsto hbe In
of these complaints, and, although Neglected Colds. any of the place hereinafter mentioned through
or into which the telephone toll line. may I)&" or
tried my family doctor, he did 1he no Every part of the mucous membrane, enter or be, or any intermediate place, and telo-.
good; so I gota 50c bottle of your great the n(se, throat, ears, head and lungs, phone tollstations to beat any of said places here-
Electric Bitters, which cured me. I etc.. are subjected todisease and blight after named or any intermdiate plae. The.
I telephone ,l1 lined to he construcet.d, aquiml,
consider them the best medicine on from n'rlected colds Ballard's Hore- maintained and orwrated by this corporation shall
earth, and thank God, who gave you the hound Syrup is a pleasant and effective extend fnromnthecityof Tallahasse. in onrounty.
knowledge to makf them." Sold, and remedy. Florida, to the town of Monticlel,. in Jefferson
knowledge to make them. Sol and remedy. county, Florida, through the villages of Chaired,
guaranteed to cure dyspepsia, bilious- W. Akendrick, Valley Mills, fex Lloyd., and through or near Drifton, a distance o,
ness and kidney disease, by all drug- writes: I have used Ballard's llorehound thirty-one miles; and from Monticello or )rifton.
gists. at 8e a b ottle. Syrup for coughs and throat troubles; In Jefferson county, to Madison, in Madison
Sa syp ir a, county, &distance of twenty-seven miles; and

t is a pleasant and most effective rem- from lloyd or lrilftonin Jefferson county, or omrn
Mr. Julius Ball returned home last edy For sale by all druggists. intermediate point, to Wacisea through Wau-
week, looking well, after several days' keenah, in said county, a distance of twelve miles;
stay at Lanark Inn, at Lanark on the and from Tallahasew. in leon county, to lamonia.
f.stay at Lanark nn Discharge Notice. a distance of sixteen miles and from Talla-
;uff. hassee. In Leon county, to uIncy, in Gads-
ite a crowdE I of the young friSendsf N(T'E is HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX vden county, through the vi lage of Havna.
monte a f the young frenth, after the date of ithi flirt pu lia- adistanceof went -eirht miles: and from Tallas-
t '. d iuhters of Mr. and Mrs ( harles tion h reiof, I will present my tnair account, to the hassle. aforesaid, through Arran and Kopchoppy.
( Myers gathered at their residence countyy Judreof I,*on county. Florida, andi aPp'y in Wakulla county,. and Carrabelle., in Franklin
', uesd.y evening and had a reunion and for n" discharge as Adminipratotr of the etate I county. to Apalarhlcola. In Franklin county., dis-
uclay evening and had a reunion and of Henry J. Hichardiin, declared. tance of eighty milem: and from Arran to Craw.
ocial of those who enjoyed the outing ('HAS. W. RICHARDSON. furdville, a distance of three miless; and from Sop-
at Lanark together. They danced the Adrinistrato'.. choppy to Panacea. a distaneeof seven mlles; and
Vr,,,inia Reel, enjoyed games and did Tallahaee. Fla.. ,September Ist. liNI.- lnt-6i from Tallahasee to St. Marks, a distance of
ria e njoherefreshment. twenty-one miles: and from Quiney to Marlanna.
justice to the refrehments. Notice to Creditors. I a distance of forty miles; and from Tallahamee.
^ ni INSOLVENCY OF THE F. TATE i. afureaid. to Perry. in Taylor county, a distance of
AbsecaL li~ry j*" Hicha''e1 n dee..,-.ed ha-i'g t.n fifty miles. the total mileage being three hundred
Abscess T" Hnry J. Richardwn. deceased. ha"ig hbeen and fifteen mlle.
Alhsesses, with few exceptions, are uPvurerted by the d nistratr, all Irnd Chrt whch nha
indicative of constipation or debility ,v.m5 1,,1m Sairist Said "tate are h.rehy notifl I That Article IIl of maid Charter, which now
to ap pear ans, file the arme with the ('outy Jude, reads as follows: "The capital stock of this com-
W. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes ,,f lAn county. Floida. on or i.fre March 7th. pany shall be ten thousand dollars divided into,
Aug 15 1902: "1 want to say a word of I'. H. A. WHITFIEIAi, one hundred shareoofmle hundred dollars each.
praise or Ballard's Snow Lniment. I .,unty Judre. I and shall bhe fully paid for in cash, or pr erty for
Trao.se for Ballard s Snow Liment T.I. Fla. Se,.temli, ilt. li 1Cleinim uPC in the tueines of the company, at its cash
stepped on.a nail, which caused the ds -.- -. .. I value when the stork is Issued. shall be amendol
in myleg to contract and an absees to rise. fe trix Notice. by adding there at the end thereof the follw-
in myknee, and the doctor told me that 1 OTIE 1( HIIEREBY GIVEN TO AI.L CRED- The amount of the capital to k of thiscompany
wod have a stiff leg, so one day I went tors,r lerate. mand distributmes of the estat- shall be Increased thirty thousand dollars, so as to
to, J. F Lord's drug store (who is now "' Harris I). Hartt. deremsd. late of teo county, make the entire espital stonk of the company
Dorina, ad t, a i.,Hwrummn havrie claims or de forty thousand dolaS; mech Increased or widI.
in L)enver, olo.) He recommended a matni, aga .nt nad estate. toures.nt amei., accord- tional stock to be divided into three hundred
little of Snow Liniment; I got a ic ing t, law, within two years frm this date. the sharesofonehundreddollarseach. All of such
size. and it cured my le. It the best thda of Augurst. 1106otherw sealluch claims incraasd iItional ea stock hall be
liniment inhew .' A l i 4 ^i I e forever barred. foras follows: One-half there. or fifteen thMou.
ment in the w All drugging. GIuI.LI. HAT and dollars, In lawful mosey of the United
Executrix of Estate of Iarrls I iHartt. lStatm, and the other half. or fifteen thousand dol.
Mr. Leon Moody was among our ipleas- .lami, may be paid for in lawful money of the
lint visitors s Saturday and had his name Notice of Application for Discharge. United States or in property, laborer ervicee, at a
aied to our fast grow g bsrition OT I ErHRe fY GIVEN THAT ,n herf the diretMrs t a meting ealed for such pur-
list.., as did Messrs. D. R. Johnson and sh n Nh s afeB GtheN THATst WIL ut aonthta b
J.nden ar returns. a d apply for my discharge ri Po.P
.1 G. Joiner on Monday. We are adding Admilnttratr of the etate of William A Nowlin. Property., labor oervlcesmaybealsopurchamed
new namPA eveny day and hope soon to late of 1eon county. de essed. *or pad for with any such capital stock at a just
u.v The True Democrat in the home of JOHN w. HENDERMON, valuation of such property, labor or service, to be
Admlntiatrer of a id estate. fixed by the directory of the company at a meet-
every leading man and woman in Leon July i. it'. iemit,. incalled for mueh purpose.
con Unty ly- ^ --I . y order of the Company.
SLa Senator C. L. Wilson was in the Legeal Notk.c w. L MOOR. President
city Saturday on business and shaking NOTI('E IS EREBY GIVEN THTAT, IX STATE OF FLORIDA.
c t o months after edate. the mndersigmed wll tle Count or Laces.
hands with his many friends in Talla sIhe t Es e ute, tsand i a te sor .il a Notary Public in and
h upawe. estate Of Martha 9. -Fleuming. IsaroofM eammN abtn
h Florida. dca. a"ll.-nd apply to for.the state of a at large, personally an-
Sar g g CAunt! Judgeof mid c inty for thr d g peard W. L r. C. MNow sdK. L M .
as~9 exeuto' sand tw utfg t otelerA Inthe above a!tied Soithern
Statistics show startling mortality, E A. CRAWn D. "e"utait 'Terto nandr th acUs op, ra od ur.
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To ; r 1t rCANTE.lem.in'e. rt theL dN4dt itoa maori .
prevent and cure these awful diseases, Ited this t.ist day r Jtab. Il stsak Id C a. bomeh I ima ability t
t ret is just one reliable remedy. Dr. - - *.........a. tha
King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery. N (,f 14 Custom House Place Chicago, meoftharter t he---
ays: *The' have no equal for consti. r.a v~e d oeC utd, ate 1h, ot of eAdm pasy. W. Tl-
pation and biliousness." 25c at all istratut of the said aatoa. F F. CLU N MOO
Notieias is hereby glet ito all prwons having KAT3 Au mo.
d -uggim ^ ^ - nis llijMaBast the-abrs-earnaed estate to apomr
Wea* to 0 11 and eome. du r to, b or to ad llloree Ih Ba' m e si k
t before the L lo dy ar Mark A. D. aves. or eardoft A PL IO>. asea a hd a bam d eii .&
A od tart of Tnimber Land. Address mae wi he bared. A. o1 A l .i sel wid sd
K..- The Weekly True Democrat, TWal-, c. Aa. anw rao.
l.haImMwe. a d. Aust f t 5 Cen" l d I'N d8 111edo



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If so come here
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Telephone No. 17.

Ilk A.F!, rt.f the stock in ourstables will be a pleas-
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good n acclimated
of evryv description is an interesting
Those in need of business horsen or
drivers should see these animals.
1 lt There's a grand lot to select from.
Prices are right.
J A Feed and Sales Stable,
J. CAY9 140 South Adams Street.


Sand take% a look at our conveyances *rnd
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
m accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. I)o no harm to ask them any
c'. T. HAmcoc, Prop.
Phones 79 and 30.


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Cotton Gin Saws harpmdil and Cot.
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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,
I we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED members,
and each member will get a Piano at the whdle-
sale price. The club is limited to ONE HUNDRED
members and all instruments will soon be taken.


Is an iAstrument 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

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Boodle !" boodle !" "boodle f
Mr. A M. Carlisle is spending a few
days at Quincy.
For Mortgaes, Deeds and all Lega
Blanks, eat a this office.
The Seaboard Air Line's handsome
new depot in this city is fast
pushed to completion. The Seabrd
now-a-days, is doing the nice thing by
"Hellol What are you working for?
Don't ou know this is Labor Day?"
should a friend, as he passed by on
Monday. "Of course; this one of our
days fr laboring," was the apt reply.
The ladies of Tallahassee were out
early on Monday--election day-emrn.
etly striving to secure a good majority
in favor of the creation of the proposed
school sub-diotriet. And they scored a
complete success.
As a dressing for soru, bruises and
burns, Chamberlain's alWe Is all that
can be desired. It ioothibW and heal-
ing in its et. sallaythe pain of a
burn am m ly. This salve is
also a elre for shaped hands
and d the skin. e 26c.
For sale by all druggista.
Belr Weme.
Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft
glow of health and a pure complexion,
make all women beautiful. Take a
small dose of Herbine after each meal;
it will prevent constipation and hlp di.
Fret what yon have eaten. Mrs. Wm.
M. tro Midlothian, Tex., writes,
May 81, 191: .
We *have used Herbine in our family
for eIght years, and found it the best
medicine we ever used for eonstipatlon,
bilious fever and malaria." For atle
by all druggists.
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Mr W. H. Edwards one of theft Arm of
architects that is making or has made
plans for Leon County's New High
Lhool building, was in the city last
week and made us a pop-call, accompa-
nied by Hor. Geo. I. Davis.
Mr. J. D. Cay is having constructed,
adjoining his extensive livery and sale
stables on South Adams street a neat
little brick structure, intended to be
used a a grist mill. Its location is espe-
cially convenient, and there is every
reason for expecting for it, when es-
tablished, a handsome patronage.
Mr. D. F. Richardson, who has been
acting as subscription agent for The
American Home, a magazine published
in Chicago, Ill*., has been notified that
he is one of ten agents who are each
entitled to a free ticket to the great
Exposition at Portland. Oregon, with a
cash premium of $6000 for incidental
expenses, for their success In curing
subscrlptions to the publication named.
HIs friends are extending their con-
gratulations, and he Is getting ready to
.tart for the Pacilfic coat.
Iaeredile Bretailt.
It would have been incredible brutal-
ity if Chas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse,
N Y had not done the beet he could
for his suffering son. "My bxy," he
Says. "cut a fearful gash over his eye,
so I applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
which quickly healed it and saved his
eye." od for bumse and ulcers too.
Only 21nc at all drug store.
illes to bat.
Two blocks from Capitol Apply to
J W. Corbett.

*. ir 'E nheU** F ida CJteied *Advocate: Rev. A.
Wi.aM 15. !, iweinted pee.
The most eueessaddl msdielaes ae tor wit, "a lo-.
those aid nater. ChamberIsln's rieP Alot outAfty
Cough m aet c mthis pa. Take w&h ot things, cae
it we yo ve a 6eeM 81adtwIU al.;a hte the pa e, with Bro.
lay the cosgh. relieve the leag, aid ex- Joe W i the le ad w sa o 01
pectorato, opens the sad aid gur under arm. The people at
nature in resri do ayem to a Bethel ,v much gratified at the
healthy c fem Toads have tee- .m m t appointment. At
te to i wperr mels e. It Alto Umte tto build proceed with
r eoatraeta say tmiMesy O a o to i hoped the will soon get
resultn i neum -W a Piee. 26, the mo m mder way. Brother: Wou -
I Large eise, 80 eents. For ale by all ward is much encouraged.
druggiset. Mr. L Neeley has returneJ from a
"The Three Friedsb" of Governor brief visit to his family in Georgia.
r Broward at JacksomvWe are said to not
be the Monly "Uthree friefms" i o ha*
be has. Don't have to ee6 to "A. Ro"ad, Cisco, Tex., writes
tell who his partlelar trA e fmis" March 11 1901: My wist was sprainea
here are. And we credit he will some so badly a fall that it was useless;
day cet veryek of all three of them. d water sing several remedies that
Thlafs his business, however, and we failed to give relief, used Ballard's
shall not worry about it. Snow Linment and was cured. 1 ear-
W o nestly recommend it to any one suffer-
al a s 1lved Ing from sprains. For sale by all drug-
he Chembeeats Psa IWO. git..
A little child of Michael Strauss, of MNinA.a Am..es
Vernon, Con&, wa recently in great .
pain from a burt iA the hand, and a" Aisted by Moiss Henrietta Ames, will
cd applications only inre ed the in- open he teschool Monday, Ot.
flammalon, Mr. tris came to Mr. tober 2, 19w "
Jamee N. Nlichois, local merchant for e a ae.
something to stop De pail. Mr. Nich- _* 1 Wp n" O .
ols asy: "I advtfed tim to use Cham- Turnips and Ruta Bags Seed, finest
berisln's Pain Balm, and the first ap- quality, at Yaegers. tf
plication drew out the inflammation and "*i_ Sea e -r'-al
gave immediate relief. I have used Pw me t orf Sae.
this liniment myself, and recommend it My residence on corner of Madison
very often for cuts, burns, strains and and ronough streets. Call on or ad-
lame back, and have never known it to dress Mas. J. E. WILKEu. 27-2t
disappont." FoPe sale by all druggists. e ..
There is some kind of a d sesse among The well established furniture busi-
cattle In a number of places in this nes of the late H. D. Hartt Apply to
county that affects them ailf they wt n Mrs. G. B. Hartt, Executrix. 27-4t
foundered. The butchers should be ,.
careful In examining all cattle they FOR SALg CH AIP.
propoee to sell at the market, and the A nice horse-power Gasoline En
ofies whose duty it is to protect theI A nice horseea-power Gaoline En-
people aiplnt getng baedmeata should n for s Bath Tub. Apply aso ood second-
edouby wakeul d vigilant. candath Tub. ppy at rue D
Ss 1 1atdes1c111-' -,0
When your ship of health strikes the WAttedl
hidden rocks of consumption, pneumo- A house centrally located, suitable
nia, etc., you are lost, if you don't get for boarding house. Must he in first-
help from Dr. King's New Discovery class condition. Address P. 0. Box 62,
for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon of Lloyd. Fla.
Talladega pring, Ala., write.: "I had ..
been very ilwith pheumonia, under the ,"
care of two doctors, but was getting no Now is the time to order your fertil-
better when I began to take Dr. King's izer for everything you wish to grow in
New Discovery. The first dose gave re- the fall. Give your orders to
lief, and one bottle cured me." Sure tf R A SHINE. Agent.
cure for sore throat, bronchitis, coughs - -
and colds. Guaranteed at all druggists. Warranty Deeds, legal form. True
price 60c and 1. Trial bottle free. democrat Office. tf
Messrs. R. J. Evans, Jr, and A.
Clyde, of this city will enter the Senior
Class, and Mr. Philip Carter, son of
Judge Carter, now of Marianna, will y
enter the junior class, of the University
of Florida. The parents and friends of and
these young gentlemen have taken
great pains to ascertain the advantage Ps ,
of th ituton, as compared wth FancyGoods
others, and have wisely decemd the it '
is unneosseary to send their bo out
of the State to be educated. Dainty Collars,
The laxative effect of berisin's
Stomach and li er Tab is so agree- Handkerchiefs, Lc( es
able and so natual y ran ha rdly re-
alize that It is od by a medicine. and Embroideries
These tablets cure indigestion.
For sale by all ts.
eIrd ie Gloves. BCorsets, Hosiery
Most desirable Boarding House. Lo-
cated conveniently for business-just
east of the Bloxham Hotel. Has been
put in thorough order and repainted. The Newest Materials for
latelyknown as "Lester House. Ap-
ply to George Greenhow. 27-tf. Fa icy Work.
With bath. For I or 2 single gentle-
men Central, care True Democrat tf MISS ADELE GERARD,
i 1-" 14q N. Monroe St.


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

A pertle of the phblie
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ini better are the chances of ynt.r
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
you use the Clifton Brand. Trith to
tell, there's little likelihood of your
having anything but a pure, wholesome
yet economical product. But don't ba
content with a "just as good" floir -
demand the Clifton everytime, it is the
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

Safe and Sure.

Endorsed by leading physicians as the BU remedy for
Children Croup and Whooping gouh because
it contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup is mild and benign, it is adapted to infants, well
as adults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
Read This Remarkable TestimoniaL
MRS. S. W. EVANS, Clearwater, R wrlte*:--My husblad
was sick for three months and the doctors told me he had quk e-
eumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard' Horhound nd
it cured him. H0 i now a wel man, but we always keep
In the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary aw* *
Easy to Tak.Sua n to Caure E v Botfe GmarsaftL.


The State College for Women.
lorida Feale College. Tallahassee, Florida.

The best college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantages
in music and art under teachers who have studied in America and Europe.
Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under the
direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School for
Women supported by the State in Florida, offering professional one year
courses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses leading to the
degree of L. I. Advanced college courses of equal standing with the University
leading to degrees of B. A., B. S. M. A. and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
nominal. Session begins 9 a. m. Wednesday September 27, 190 F6rcatalogue
and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHREE, President.






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