The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
November 17, 1905
Publication Date:
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7 v. : ;


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

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__ Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privilege to None.


Just a little while ago the State ofi
Florida received the payment of her
Indian war claims from the nati,,nli
government; a sum lar.' enough to have
wiped out our entire Si:ite (i.lIt and left
a surplus in the thi'l.-ury, lInt it wasn't
done. That large sum in, now euniitl'iemi
with the things tla;tt ius, taxpayers are still pain; m ifntere-t n :
large bonledl ir ,tle tiines.
extravagance rLuns io t t every -'*.-v
sion of the Legislature-, amnl the l, ople,
pa the bills
ft is hilh time t) puIut a stop to it
But a few years ago it was serioui-ly
propostid that the po,'ple if Florlae
should throw aw.iv their St;te Cal)itol
and pay a half million of dollars to buill
on somiewhere el solely for the lier-
eht of 1a few inoliviiiuals T'I'le people,
sat down on that project andl they sat
down hard.
Now, similar schemes are again on
foot to extort money from the taxpIay-
ers. from which th'- large ma.s of tlhem
will never receive benefits to the value
of one penny
The thing for the people to doo i to,
reject every scheme or pro ,osed project
which has to be supported by taxation
except the necessary expenses of the
government economically administered.
We will have more to say about these
schemes in the future.
Carrabelle Letter.
Carrabelle, Nov. 14 -Miss Sadie Sloan
and Mr. Isler, of Tallahassee, will bie
married here on Wednesday, 15th inst
Mr. Covey told us, and says there is to
be another. Can the correspondent for
the Apalachicola Times answer?
) Mr McCray. of Gainesville. is open-
ing a turpentine orchard on New River.
ten miles from here
We see many thousand Herty tur en-
tine cups pass through here. which
speak for themselves; that is the prac-
tical method of making turpentine.
Mr H M Lott. of Havana, was a
prominent visitor last week.
Hon. HI B. Mahonn-y moved here this
week from Apalachicola We welcome
the colonel and his interesting family.
Another coil of black smoke is added
to our factory appendage The Frank-
lin County Lumber Company's mill is
once more cutting saw dust
Camp Lumber (Company have bought
the Mclntyre mill and are moving same
h here.
*'Vy Messrs Cochran and Phillip! are open-
tag a turpentine orchard at Melntyre.
S J. Giles, Esq., is opening a fruit
and stationary store here.
Tickets for the Tampa Fair will be
sold at Tallahassee only on the follow-
ing dates: November 13, 15, 17, 20. 22,
27 and 29. 38-2t



Men of character and amty wanted.

'WRONG PLEA FOKR J-MM -**K.. ma S9 aUmsson
msbrOne of the most brilliant social ume- so* -
STATE ECONOMY: tionsof the a....n was the marri Or Aaga. ct U to c
Wednesday evening of Miss Letlti Blaec alelm.
Rawls Johnston, daughter of Mr. and The Florida Railroad Commission, on
ker Calwell, of the Jasper News, Mrs. E. J. Johnston, to Dr. Ben. J. complaint made by the Postal Telegraph
On Ocfal EIftravaamce. Bond. Both of these L alar young Company of acts of discrimination
people are favorites in alla so-against it and in favor of the Western
-- city, and each has hosts of friends lnion Telegraph Company in respect to
It would appear to a person of ordi- who wi!l rejoice in their happiness. the transportation and distribution of
na intelligence that one dollar would The ceremony took place at the rel- telegraph line material, has ordered the
best asood as another suppose dence of the ride's parents, which Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Companv
that the purchasing power were the was prepared by loving hands for the to discontinue such discrimination, an
same. important event wtth a profusion of to haul and distribute between its sta-
But such is not the case at all times, tasteful floral decorations. The nuptial tions such material for the Postal Tele-
nor with all people. knot was tied by Rev. Father Hugon; graph Company, prescribing the rates
Many persons have a particular fond- the bride was givenaw er to be charged for such service.
ness, a peculiar hankering after, and an ud and happy father; liam The order is mandatory in terms, and
unutterable yearning for, the overn- ndwas best man, and Messrs. E. is dated November 11, 1906.
ment dollar. They are ready and will ted as ushers. and Fre Hard
ing to forsake all other kinds of dollars Mtis asuMnhersht.f^e .1... e h Men THE TUREY CROP.
for e s ak of ps i the govern- Miss Mary Whitleld played the Men-
r the sake of possessing the govern- delssohn Weddin March in delightful Often at this time of year.
meant dollar. hao1 d a p f n- When Thankawivin'.- drawing near.
And, strange to say, the peculiarities harmony, an a large company o We've ben told there a shortage in the turkey
of the gvrnmnto ll are wh vited guests relatives and friends of crop-
of the government dollar are what Ie ou.. t u iaives i oand r the That the birds we highly rise
should make it repulsive instead of at- e "ow un ited families, onore Ar so scarce that eost will rise
tractive. occasion with their presence and ex- To a point where many must that viand drop.
Its chief peculiarity consists in the tended enthusiastic congratulations to Many times in ears one by
fact that it is the dollar which is wrung th eMhPy air. We have heard this ame old cry.
from people by taxation for unjust, u- The fatr ride was charming in a pure And, believing it. have been by sorrow stirred;
from people by taxation for unjust, un- d All, from the hgh est taor with her But. when came the time to least.
wise and unnecessary purposes. It is white bridal robe and adorne with her Al,from thaethe tim to lth t.
composed, too, not only of silver or mother's wedding veil. Delightful re- Gazed in rapture at the stuffed and roasted bird.
gold, but also of the widow's mite, the freshments wre served, nd a on list Now we hear the tale once more,
orphan's little savings, the earnings of of eleant and useful bridal gifts from As so often told before
he cr pple, and he ardnaborfriends and relatives was greatly ad- And 'tispreading far'an wide throughout the
the cripple, and the hard labor ofhemired by all present. land.
poor. mlip bth li in an rosper On the farms where turkeys roww
It is but a few weeks ago that a law. May they live long and prosper Those who raise them say they know
per of national reputation gave up a e There will not be halt enough to meet demand.
practice said to be worth $50,)(0 a year City Assessmeats. We are told in accents sad
to accept an office which doesn't pay as Tite city council will meet in special That the est hras been hba knocked.
pa se Cold and rainy weather getting in harl knocks;
many hundreds. session Monday night, November 20th, That by thousands turkey tots
Government dollars seem to possess to hear and consider objections to the Fell as victims of the swats
a strange but powerful influence, readjustment of the valuations recently Which so often decimate the feathered flocks.
And every time the Legislature of made by that body. It is expected that For these reasons, we ar toMd,
Florida meets more and more of these the changes made in assessed values At tfew turkeys will ire told buy
government dollars are coined and put will result in a reduction of the tax rate, And 'tin furthermore declared.
in circulation. Coined by extravagant but no action in that direction can be So few turkeys being spared.
legislation; legislation providing for in taken until after the meeting of the That the price for them will run extremely high.
creased expenses, and increased ex council referred to But we've often heard such tales,
penses means increased taxation. ..-'--.------ .--... And. In spite of all the wails,
penises means greased taxation. In due time the birds so favored would be found:
Years ago, when the Republicans had Best Liniment on Earth. so we think that now. as then.
chargee of our State government, the Henry D. Baldwin, Sup't City Water We'll have cause to smile again
enormous taxes were all attributed tu Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes: When thetimeforeatingaturkey comesaround.
Republican rascality. Our cry then "I have tried many kinds of liniment, -T. H. Boie. inPittabuChroniecl-Te.leraph.
was, "Turn the rascals out!" "Just but I have never received much benefit Letters are daily being received from
give honest Democrats a chance and until I used Ballard's Snow Liniment p o expect to visit Tallahasee
we'll show you a government of the for Rheumatism and pains. I think it people who expect to visit Tallahassee
people, for the people and by the peo- the best liniment on earth 25c 5oc. this winter.
pile, in which no more taxes shall be i and $1.00. For sale by all druggists. Large congregations attended St.
levied than are necessary for the ex-' -m---.... d John's church at morning and evening
penses of the government economically Men's Hats. nice line, going cheap, services last Sunday to hear Bishop
administered.' at Evans'. Weed preach.
Since that time our State hasdoubled'
in population and quadrupled in wealth.
but the burden of taxation is greater
than ever iat
Honest Democrats are running things, W a r1 h ._ ru ritui

An alarm of fire Tuesday afternoon
carried most of the city to the Leon
county high school building, where a
fence and out-house was found to be on
fire, said to be the work of some mis-
chievous boys. The fire laddies soon
put it out and but slight damage was
the result.

11*11* I.fe~!

This Company has never made a Political contribution to any Party, or to any
Individual to be used for Political purposes.
This C(ompany never Window Dressed its reports to any insurance department
but reported its Assets, and all of them, just as they were at the time when the
report was made without (leducting therefrom or adding thereto.
This Company never entered into a Syndicate of any kind for the purchase of
Bonds, Stocks or Securities, or for any other purpose.
This Company has never had an Agreement with any Bank or Trust Company
whereby it agreed to levy any certain amount on deposit for any given length of
time. All bank deposits are, and always have been, subject to withdrawal at
any time.
This Company haz never sold to a Bank, Trust Company or other Corporation
or Individual (for the purpose of increasing its Assets,) Agents Ledger Balances,
or any other Assets, which in the insurance report comes under the head of NON
Admitted ASSETS.
Several years ago this Company of its own Violition asked the Insurance De-
partment of the State of New York to make an Examination and Appraisal of its
Properties on the first of each and every year.
This has been done, and you will find upon our printed Statement that the
Superintendent of Insurance Certifies that such an official examination was made
and completed on January 17th 1905, showing the exact condition of our Assets,
Liabilities and Surplus.

A Clean Company.

Honest M management.

And a Square Deal to Policy Holders.

'ERS, General Agent,





Last Saturday Dr. Gunn showed us a
mammoth sweet potato which must
have weighed 5 or pounds. We hav
seen I rger ones. but this was chiefly
rem rkable ai a sample of about 50
buihelh raised by anr old cohi oman
who haq but one leq and wMMMW
the crop without any auia-

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Sandw asmelou aMY s SenSmo.-
The children of Trinity Methodist
Church will observe "Rally Day" Sun-
-dr, November 19, at 11 o'clock a. m.
The following order of worship will be
Organ prelude.
Song "Steadily Marching On."
Recitation, "I'll Go "
Prayer, by the pastor.
Song, "Loyal Soldiers."
Recitation, "A Missionary Man."
Reading, by the ptor.
Recitation, "To-day's Furrow."
Song, "We are Marching Home."
Recitation, "The Little Children in
Song, "Reapers Are Needed."
Address, by Hon. C. B. Parkhill.
HymnI "Onward, Christian Soldiers."
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
C. H. Dickinson Supt.
J. W. Bigham, Pastor.
President Roosevelt's proclamation
designating Tnuraday November 30th,
as Thanksgiving Day, has heen followed
by a similar proclamation, as is the cus-
tom, by Governor Broward.
Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Rose have de-
parted on a brief visit northward.
Mr. L.. J. Raney, now of Moultrie,
Ga., was among his many Tallahassee
friends again this week. *
Last Sunday Deputy Sheriff Poppell
made quite a large haul of "crap shoot-
ers," out on the St. Marks railroad,
capturing several in the act.
Remember the next Lyceum attrac-
tion at the opera house will be on No-
vember 27th. The Edwin R. Weeks
Co. will be the attraction, and Mr. W.
is an entertainer of the highest order.
We were honored with a pleasant
visit from Mrs. B. A. Meginniss and
Miss Sue Archer yesterday evening.
Miss Sue was with us on The Talla-
hasseean and of course likes The True



Two Special Contracts, Written only by the


Policies Registered By The State of New York.
Let me show them to you.


Streag leslstles *S Imlegratlem
anm martie Qaratiae.

The convention to consider the sub-
ject of maritime quarantine and immi-
gration to the South, which assembled
at Chattanooga, Tenn., last week, was
largely attended and performed its al-
loted functions with. promptness and
Governor Broward was a conspicuous
attendant, and delivered an address re-
counting the operations of the Marine
Hospital Service since it took charge of
maritime quarantine affairs in Florida.
The resolutions adopted by the con-
vention follow :
"Whereas, The experience of recent
years, and especially the experience of
this year. have demonstrated beyond
cavil that the house mosquito, known as
the stegomyla fasciata, is the cause of
yellow fever epidemics, and have de-
monstrated the futility and nuisance of
many antiquated meth ods of quaran-
tine heretofore resorted to, and the
wisdom and necessity, in the interest of
the public health and the public busi.
ness of uniform regulations to prevent
the importation into the United States
of yellow fever, and its spread from
State to State in the unfortunate event
of its introduction. (See resolutions
on another page.)
Congressman Powers, of Mississippi,
chairman of the immigration commit-
tee, presented the report of that com-
mittee, which was adopted by the unan-
imous vote of the convention. The
resolution speaks of the limitless re-
sources, agricultural mineral and tim-
ber lands of the South and states that
desirable immigration is needed in order
to develop hese resources, and that
"all white persons who are willing to
subscribe to our laws and who appre-
ciate and love the genius of our institu-
tions" are wanted and would be wel-
comed These solutions also say:
We repudiate and denounce as untrue
any and all rumors and slanders that
may have been circulated to the effect
that the South is unfavorable to honest
and industrious white immigrants.
In the NecK.
The St ite printer is getting his full
share of "cussing" these days, his
latest offense being in connection with
the printing of a volume of Supreme
('ourt Reports. We have not seen a
copy but if the work is as bad as is
claimed by the True Democrat then, in-
(deIedl, should the State printer be
brought around with a short turn. We
also note that the J .acksonvilh Bar As-
sociationt hias passe-d oIitle'nnatorv res-
olutions of th. work (f the printer.
Must Ihe something in it. Matlisi'n New
And Vet, the half has never yet been
tol,, but it will all cornm out by de-
grvs. Is it not just a little strange
that State oiflice-rs will continue to su-
grar "their wit ." in the face of the fact
that the pu li are, now on to them and
their funny li tic pranks? Somebody
will have to do some explaining of a
numli r of little occurrences in public
afrair:, blIfore they can again expect
the pele to ,l,'e't them to the offices
thev now till or promote them. People
ar ,iil.'',l by their acts and the conm-
pony they sometimes keep.
Hla*lth is absolutely impossible, if
constipation he present. Many serious
Vase's of liver and kidney complaint have
I sprung from neglected constipation.
SSuch a deplorable condition is unneces-
sary. There is a cure for it. Herbine
will speedily remedy matters. C. A.
Linls.Hy, I' M Bronson, Fla.., writes,
February 12, 1902: "Having used Herb-
in.. I find it a fine medicine fdr consti-
pation. ,') cents a bottle. For sale by
all druggists.
Georgia, Florida and Alabama Rail-
way Companr.
iarrabelle., Tallahahsee and Geooria
Railroad t'o Special low excursion
$1,;.l-. Nov. 21 21 Nashville. Tenn.,
and return, limit Nov. 30. Southern
f+itjcat tonal A ssociat ion.
$d'.2:>. Nov. 21 Richmond, Va., and
return, Southern Agricultural Commis-
,,'n,,rH. C. SNIPES,
, -.t Trnv"lin*r I'at.enirer Agent.
Lost, Strayed or io~teae
November 4th, fn m Mr. Alex Byrd's
pastture on Miccosukee road, 10 miles
from city. one bay nlly two years old:
nn white hind foot. star in face.
Finder will return to Mr. Byrd's planta-
tien or Cay's stable, and receive reward.
-tf J. G PKARCE.




JON 6. COLLItS. Preprier. ~E7lsewherew in this laue we publish. in A meeting of pirsons lolling policies The Tsatahaa True Democrat finds
J ...... . CL o HOn. Joha W. Illeadersom Will Rua harsh contrast, the respective announce- in the most prominent Northern life that it oosta more now by something like
U.I.SHIED FVEIY FRIDAY Mo RNING. For the $at* Sea". ments of the two candidates for the insurance companies was held in Jack- 40 per car oi themaffairs of
..... To THE PEOPLE OF LEON COUNTY : State Senate. sonville last Tuesday, and the existing than it did a few r ars o. In a rdw
,the PotOt.s Tsicall-, Mat'Foriav-"r .r'i. 1 I hereby announce my candidacy for We might well pause here, and let situation was fully discussed, especially ing State, like Forida, it isnatural that
Act of (Co,,,,m.n ofM rr"i ;", the ps ition of State Senator from these two productions speak alone for with respect to the Riving of proxies to there should be ame increase in thead-
th.igt.S....rain.fth arosbranches I
Sthe Eighth Senatorial District. To you the eligibility, the fitness and the dis- represent their interest in approaching ministraton of the various anel
omcffct in T..,,,h,,ne ln.,it ,r,.,rn rAdla, .ani I Hubmit the question of my qualifica- position of the respective aspirants-the meetings. After considerable discus- in exper comment ae with
(',h,.,, rt ..,,,r,-r,,, Itions to represent you in that capacity. one saturated, as it was, with domineer- sion the following resolution was adopt- crease in business should not excite wo
I.,,, iiv. f nominated by the Democratic pri- ing insistence upon the writer's optim- ed unanimously: der .or sBrprise. The True Democrat
Sullomight findvor tnFtanre, thainthd in-
A rtmi *Mi r A^nc. mary, and elected, I shall devote my istic estimate of his alleged qualifica- Resolved, That a committee of five, memi in thed, p.rstanc thatSuphreme : _ 'st efforts to your service, and your tions for the office and hix complacent of which the chairman of this meeting Court have welnigh doubled in the pat
Tallahasiee, Friday, Nov. 17, 1905. interests and welfare shall be my sole self-pralse; the other breathing the be the chairman be appointed to con- few years, but it would hardly- be fair
I cn~dertio, Rspetfulysider the advisability of appointing one to make such a comparison without stat-
S.- consideration. Respectfully, kindliestspirit of deference for the opin- or more proxies to the annual meetings Ing that the number of jutiew has been
The vote ,eller in a bad citizens, but he JOHN W. HENDoERisON. ions and judgment of his fellow-men, of the representative insurance comrn- doubled. If the True Democrat will
who would purchase a vote im worse and modestly submitting to them the panies and todevise plan for aperma- make its figures show that the expenses
than i bwl man, and in fit to hold no of- To the Citize.ns of Leon County: question of his qualifications. eStorganization of policy holdevirs fof of the board are disproportionate with
thr ~ qesino i uaiiainthe State of Florida, and to provide for ispeetvlm fwr scmae
fice in the gift of the Ieople,.. Important events will face us at the But we wish to say a word or two a fair distribution of the expense of its resent volume o work as compared
nextsessionof theLegimslature. Many further-notabout Mr. Rawls; he speaks such action as may be agreed upon; withpastl workeandexanse itsutter-
T'he Pen.a.ola News continues its friends have been kind enough to think for himself-but concerning Leon's rep- said committee to report to a meeting ane staltrece ie iorfthety eimrat-
eno .-lHs "kn,'king" at Dr. lort.r, that iny services would be needed and resentative candidate, who, aside from of this m eetingr, called by the chairman tate. Theeditor of the Telsegraph
but h, do,.s not mind it any ,ore than that with my past experience with leg- the actual work of the campaign in the I meeting t. rotn confesses to something of a sus picion
he wull the! humming of a stegornia ilative boies in this State and in my field, which he will attend to with his In conformity with this resolution the that the affairs of this board miht be
faciata nor mo miuch I chairman appointed on this committee somewhat more economically y adminia.
large acquaintanceship with its people, customary vigor, should, perhaps, be Charles E. Garner, chairman; C. D. tered, but our opinion ispureTy a super-
la,>St i.trda.a'm "*n True Democrat to enlighten us by such
of th..- I,,.konill- Metrooli annournce that I amrn a candidates fo- the a few of the voters of the county who gas and John N. C Stockton. comparison at we have indicated. Tou by such
mar'v|,l ,f r.troloitan newslpaplernak. ps'sili on of State- S.-nator frorrm this i- have not had opportunities to become Upon motion of J. I. Munez, the com- deal in lump sums in matters of this
i,. itg |t ,pages, rIpl.te with tirriy trict, and if honored fy your votes I intimately acquaintrd with his merits. mitte of rive was directed to request l kind hardly gives a fair ideaof the sub.
al' x.,ll,.nt nattr,r mad. uip a pihtli hall in the future, am in the past, de.- Jhn W I,,i.r.son is a man of ex- through the State press, the co-opera- ject -Starke Telegraph.
cation which was a credit to the. propri- v"t ny .est .rnergies to all that is for <,.,ptional natural ability Hlie is "the tion of life insurance police holders In our issueof October 20 we gavean
etors anl th. city. w t,,.l int-rest of miy pe.ople., anl n his fathr. the late Colonel throughout the State ith he co- abstract of the receipts and disburse-
tolcittit! sppot o ev-ry.4,,n),,f his father." the late ('olonei throughout the State with the com-meisoth1..Fudfrheor
*# vo of, ,til!*rtfully ,,lit the. support of ev.ry oJohn A lendo.r-,n a man of undis- mittee ments of the I. I. Fund for the four
I h, e it,,r ,f the "talh sw,.. ,,,,1 <'ltiz.r, of 1,,.en t'cv t a ;' I ,iput.d and extraordinary talents, and a .... .. .. years of the Jennings administration,
,'a Id ht pil .,peth as a rriN w t Vry r.sptfully tizen who, perhaps, contributed more "WITHDRAWN." together with a brief comparison of the
inake him a true l)-rioat IDLand W. A RAWLS than any one man else, by shrewd judg- Take notice, brother printers, that same with an average for the twelve
Newm. t n HILSON ON THE RACK. "'lt alnd wise counsel, to the overthrow the edition of the Governor's Message, years next immediately preceding that
If there ws nowon tino "kick" who.-n r nONT ,t l aK. f R-publican misrule, in Florida. Reared "bound in boards," has been withdrawn period. In response to the foregoing
thing go wrong, things would ontinu At re to .o wronK vill, liri A wociation th. mat r ro ot, wry (t an incide-rit of his career as neglected our repeated urgings to se- from our esteemed contemporary, we
Stat# print ingi", was tIll principal topic Iiy oIth and man familiar to everv cure a copy Of this rar work irt will take pleasure in pirst-enting below a
Hv,. you received tcopy of that, ( %,,- ,,f ll,.,,. ssio :l,,l nI, i pr th r .m ,r r. t yici ledet s ra f rt w l k l i
.rnor's M agey ,..? It is ,atly **" ,, ,|~,,, .t ly hanil d ti th ,e ubj .t wiIth ut 'l'allthass.- ln, th.r is alb.solutely noth- probably never have another opportuni- more rticu lar tai c m prison
i.n ri,"-nu in for fr ,, .stribu on ,,, ,t 1,.r ,Vtr l .x ,r, .tio ,,f i to whih any ,i, .wven an enemy, ty to insp act and admire it. ofdisbursem t t. I t' enthetwo years,
lit rriilm, sold i mt fr w,.ll i t..v tl l.v. i t &i i.,i r l it f h l on. of tt kind could point W <, r.c.ived an ur ent <. urgen t request, this 189: aml 1 .n a. i ti ll, two years, 190}
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a t,. S o. m i ("1 .ll no ,'. At'tlii A t ,-w, ,it ,s-- wl ht,. het iI and1 i ll tmas t' of i.h t-
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ti m'ailtu, it hit nlli rI. Ii \ i, s..)d t en ohat ,.,,,. , ',s ,ho ,,,ar i f Yu ca cl ts
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ee f rt be th ter a in the f men o alm. H p e ii cians Some taineh ll orange
at iir' roomil t w t. th "pIVe< tiillimn llr n m
m<,ilt4'. if thsl.f p whic.-irt hlly iliu sorattated SOrmInG Timocnr WOl, oOR.
Ia,do ae printed each \otfelirmina e uwhh sena- thde reismatr of
tDar Iel R tithed to, .1'. ct s, but o l alsl, t foa rms.h e ,d'in elections. M ost of

few tikte th a tru habl to ,nc.tin tm -ic them art costruted teYo win elections
,.nld thirea to their constiudnts., es fr the iorant, and their leaders, the

btarto hturther that there are i en thte sen- ae il th r t ballot la
ate folding r.oom at the pre..ent time. Lx>s-<-politicians. .Some are so arranged

l2.d n donlumants, dfor which there iy that the ran who can read l who knows
asnelutoely n o demand. Another witness what he desires, and is master of him-
lDaisel tansdelm sterdeant-at-arms, told self. has the advantage, but ballots
the committee that he had oben com- a t are t o
Ipelled to hire a huge, unused horse car uhatore fw ucncut

pihed in on him, and for which there yur fingers, even if you have lost one
Yeomed to be no demand. In the face of arm. dere in something that all organ-

thssttmnt he deiso fthe Amrcorn-,de y alo aw
mittue s ylear, and teesolve nouizations for improving our politihe can
hesitancy on the pat of eliminating the turn in and work for with some hope of
gigantic waste in public printing, which immediate progress. They ought to be
is costing the United States many thou-! able to kill the blanket ballot by a
sands of dollars, and which is bringing' s deisi effort. th 11 that
ino nefit to anyv man. woman or child hort decisve er the ballot that
in the country. turns a man's brains over to his party
S *-r .. O......... organization and puts a premium on
Slnllsh Liver a Fe to Ambition. subserviency and dullnesas. The wave
You cannot accomplish very much if of independence now rising throughout
y o u r liv e r i s in a c tiv e a 4 y o u re e l d u ll. I A m r c i n m p d d b b a l t a w a d
your eye arehea and e America i. impeded by ballot tws ando
exhausts you. Orno Laxative Fruit i forms created in the days when machine
Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels government was more absolute than it
and makes you feel bright and active. today. Some time we shall vote by
Orqno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not l ry .
nauseate or gripe and is mild and very actual m^"iney, in such a .way that
pleasant to take. Orino is more effect- cheating in the count is impossible; but
sve than pills or ordinary cathartics. an even more important and presing
Refuae substitute. Forsalo byall drug- reform is that we shall vote on a ballot
gists. 0
._f which gives indepmedence an even
I3l lM fR chance. We want a ballot designed to
iJIUJIjlrWKBl" l fleilitate.'tbe people's will. not one de.
IV to kW thmin ia aavwy to the
I w a r l p f M alP olt ats-- wbo _autorostie
Turldp roWl lt qq B- wed, Itnrt r u e we tere to ibahe off.-Col.
quaUty, At Yagr'Ls tt lhr's Wookly.

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ofl thr'ui i.'.',h n \ lh ii \ .!, ill,, .. il '.n .i ,In
w ret~k y lls w,+e1 ll ..| ttn'' I Iq'lliilit I'Iiil 1' 1.11,
Advoal, te,, which thINy w,,' 1 puI1,li .li n[.
S under contract with th, c'iinfni'i'i
Eldilor T niom Mclie-lth, of1 thli. il,,liI l
SSchool Ex|pmnent, take up illth, ch i'-,lil
of quii'tiorlns prolpounield, to a|>,llic1nt,
for ,ochiols in illernatuiil i |ouint ,by Si-
perintiendent Itusnell, awil uii!,iests a
nuniler oif joioie adlditions, to the list,
amontig which we find ilthe fillnwini, :
"o10 you believe thilat ex-lover,
Jenniligs discover'il Florida. andi1 that
Comilptro'ler ('ro iii own, it'.' If ni,t,
where have, you bt( hilivnig for the past
five yearn?",
"laive you ever lhei public office?
Why diid you let glO? Wa. tliere anii\
thing left when yp turned il I,, ,,.'

Did you get nway wihththe witwi'?' If MI,
how manilfy other o lfrinls dih 'i%-1lil t%-' 1t,
S 'divvy' with to keep 'etn froiin squrl
ingg' 1on you?"
The Lake City Index, in r.ily to ithe
Tallinbtlisne True l)erniiM-rat s chai'le
that the Jennings admniniiitration was
"infaiwous," says that <'rciiii, Luiiiniir,
Whitrilh and other lpilite, n of Jelii
nings were endorsed lby the people till
the polls. So they were., but what be-
came of the chief "high roller," Gov.
emor Jennings? Was he endorsed? We
haven't hoard of a United Staten Seia-
tar from Florida by the name of Jen-
nings. Peculiar endorsement the people
gavetoMr. Jennings. -Inverness Chron-

t But the fact that the "endorsement"
of the people was made 6bJore the dis-
,' closures of crookedns was carefully
concealed by the Index. Hence its later
monumental ailence on the subject.

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Sl ili \I i .I1 t14' r t 1 i l .; i l; i l 1 -

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t I I 1 Illl: kl b s I ,s w t *. Ith b1 un \ \ t
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chom bt-v ic%% nitthem
ir l '| '.r > l i |\ l ', '.l, tli- l l i i. 1 .0 ,, il 0',,l i l it s

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tiI i-r a n inl p sn rntasr l\ to t' ):th' il e
CmiipaI'n i v ( .I-tha.t tity. St. Augustine-

d-t'rit "'0r'1 n t;,l:. lf~iiiili,, up niic o li;>s -

Thlliiie ikRiod has been misinforied

Tallaihassuans hfull) ,understand the at-;-
'I'allhtaba.',s,,ins arte refusing to, pay\ ain

titude t, in thtelephone matter They

ardevit I* de.,4red long-distance connec- I
tioull with their lehtine and nStates Thein
company pi hnl t city. St. gnece stine-
The Krcorid has tbeen misinfo|rnmed eans fully' understand the ait-;
titude of the, telephone matter They
Irdently'il dhesire'd )ong-distance colnnec-
tionl with mother cities lind Stiites Tihe
compiny' ,,xphiined the nec't.,,sary, re-
quiriements, and the council thereuponi
amended its franchise. No one has ob-
jected to this. improvement inll the ser-
vice but the Daily Capitai, and every-
bodly understands why it has objected. I
A Dareevil lid e
Often ends in a s"d accident. To heal
accidental injuries use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. "A deep wound in my foot, from
an accident." writes Theodore Schuele,
of Columbus, 0., "caused me great
pin. Physicians were helpless, but
uicklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed
it." Soothes andheals bu like magic.
25e., at all druggists.
for' lak.
A medium-siaid eond-hand boiler,
with equipment, for oak chp Ap-
ply at this office, or at LUo Hotel, and
sN It 31-tf

We* i-hvr ieretofire referred to vol-
uni 4.'. th, op. for which has been in
the hands of thi, State printer since
April, I. iis, i. tappars from the report
i"f th, Atti'ortiy-G. enral to the Legis-.
Ilture oif II'Ni, atnl 4 'have onhly to add to
wNIl hius been maid the fact that no dhe-
livry f saiil voluin, hiams yet ibeen made
to tihe offivil reporter of the court,
wlh., after .xaniiming those copies at-
tinlipttdl to Iw deliveredl to the clerk (iof
the couiirl, has stated that he would not
receive or accept the same in their
present apparent condition.

Great care should be taken that none
but the very beat men' should be elected
to the next legislature from every coun-
ty Many important questions willcome
before that body, and it will require
Florida's purest and beat men to correct
the many evils that now exist in public


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.' Avenues of Usefless-Banng. Scientists ectrocated.
JOHN G. COLLINS. Publisher. The care of other people's money is to agree upon the number of electric volts
many an attractive occupation. It is a that are necessary to cause a cessation
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. danger to the individualandadetriment of life in the human body. Some claim
to the public to have money hoarded. If that an excessive shock is more likely
one is sure that his money is secure it is to cause incineration rather than instan-
WAGES, better to deposit it in a bank without taneous death; but if they would turn
Discontent is considerable through interest than to keep it at home, but their attention to prolonging and in-
the land. Some of it is rational, and the money can be loaned to such an creasing the pleasures of life, the pub-*
therefore a most valuable attribute of advantage that the bank can afford to lie would hail the result with more sat-
man; and some of it is facticious. ead-pay interest. The banker occupies an isfaction. For instance, the electricity
man; and some of it is facticious, lead- important place in a community, and generated in a wave of laughter is,
ing nowhere. A fundamental basis on can render great assistance as an ad- after all, the most pleasant shock, and
which economic pessimism or optimism visor. to see a large assembly moved by a cur-
should rest is the relation of waves to The temptation peculiar to the banker rent of uncontrollable mirth while wit-
the cost of living, and on that subjects speculation and it is the temptation nessing the performanceof Fitz& Web-
the cost of living, and on that subject against which he must steel himself. ster's newest, "A Breezy Time," places
information is none too clear. Accord- No one who handles trust funds can af- beyond dispute the fact that large volts
ing to the United States Bureau of Sta- 'ord to speculate in grain or stocks, or of laughter are better than volts of
tistics, the steady rise in the average anything else. Until all gambling is electricity any day. "A Breezy Time"
wage-rate since 1894 has been kept stopped, there ought to be a law making will be seen at the opera house on No-
iwage-rate since 194 t a criminal offense for any one acting vember 23.
pace with by increasing cost of food. in a trust capacity to speculate. It is -
.This parallelism is close, even reckoning not sufficient to wait until a turn in the Dr. Cyrus Teed, founderof the "Kore-
wages by the hour. and as the hours market has revealed his misuse of trust shan" colony in South Florida. in a well
wages by the hour and as the hours funds. Many a banker would have been
per day have steadily decreased since saved the disgrace and some from death written letter to the Times-Union, dis-
1890, the total money increase has been had there been such a law. The great- cusses some of the voluminous lucubra*
even more nearly equaled by the in- est danger in banking is that it may tions of one of its correspondents John
creased price of food. As there have harden the heart. The banker becomesC. Pepper-and thusdelineatetheame
as accustomed to hard luck tales as a
been no hard times of late, increased butcher becomes accustomed to blood, with an apt anecdote :
cost of living has not become a leading and he is likely to lose compassion. The I attempted to read the last letter of
force in determining elections, but it is man who most needs money is the very the aforesaid Pepper, but my interest
likely to become so at any lessening of one who finds it most difficult to borrow, was absorbed, in my first attempt, in
likelyand the fact that the banker is handling an old story which I had heard many
prosperity. Then the tariff issue,. now other people's money makes it impossi- years ago, and in spiteof myself I could
so (lead, will step to the front once ble for him to indulge his sympathies as not dissipate from my mind the intru-
more. and it will need only men like freely as he might do with his own sion. The story is as follows: A man,
means no doubt of the profane order, was con-
Governor Douglas to convince to p(opl)e To, make banking absolutely safe averted from the error of his ways to the
that no single condition (dot'es so much to ,ught t be the tir.-t object ,f the banker. belief in experimental religion as held to
keep a larger than necessary percentage Tiwhre is p)rIlit enough in banking to by rte rthoilox churches. lie was
of increasing wealth in the hlandls off Iermit of legilat ion making the dlepo).- called upon for the tirst time in his life
. .. itr ;1 i al>- lti.y' e 'iret', nTl4 it i prif ti.- to o)iffer L i pra'ver : being taken by mr-
c1oncentratd.lpital. ('l!i.r .\\ ,k.a. ,, t .at h, w,,, ,.y that we,,hbl Ie. i rawn prise,. an,1 not knowingg what to s'y eV x-
In Tim e of Peace. frti'iIm Il Ir n, Iif 'iih Ie ilaitiion would) aetly. hle regain i4y --ryiing. '"( l.irii,
a the. first i ,ni tH ,,f the, l l- -[a-.r:- ,, titan fl ,,i i -;t, f,,r ;ny hurh;nv ph.ti.-,ru n i e have' ri,'rcv ,on he coot ci ip oi
Fi i te o the 1 ,. hi,,th,,r I i. ,-e, :r l h famnil p ;I, ',-
p lan w \ ,r e Ihii a '-tri \in ,.\',n ,l e ot ,,nk,), a,;'k.-. ",,. .,.t ,,;h..r I -in,.-t, li,.-l,,w *I I lrii '\ p 're. ii i c, i' f,,r n ,i ee .
1 l:11 k harW e -h irl h l hir ,', 1. I ,li t ( .i ,, l 'I, t L fel lo, ... t iis. el 'r .l ,( ulrsift a. b errp ,l ,o

v .ather." The virtlui,, f t r, ; ; 141. "i ,,. ,,,,.,,,;, p,,,'K, a kil, r if 'alt, ;tndJ cear l.c ;.

ha~rzie ~i elW tfcI
cst ~in '~ciilvci~l~-'.H;-te
1tl1tici'1 shouitldl bf- ;'n paredt'cl 1ir-i ai
ge'nvv. Are vo1 iol pt a 1. i ucc'-Iil
ciitllI )It 1114. tirl t cccI ,lviii tk A
treaty,1 as si'oti w; it has lwk'en ,w~ai

BlanKs for Sale.
\mnin the ,',iuik 'I!,,rt i- kept in .to,.
I ) 'e .'i,). i ci ,'n i'," t c t ietati -

(t (i u n 'l nii e'i i;ire' u .l ii a"si e i ) e e. o in ',',j .";till.', :; h e"I te 'i i ii
the' svstm. ChamI berlain-< >-. l m- ;a knov, l.-tn t,,r Now.r.
dy i.s famous for its cures of c idiis. arl \.,,,', (nc. .,. .ncl 2, as above.
it should be kept at hand ready f,,r i. hatte.l .M or iilltf Sale, with
stant use. For sale cv all deruggits. itv.
W e congratulate the C'apital Printi)ni 'r,,Ii M "tga -, with Nit(..
Comipanv at 'on the fa't that T urpentine Lis*'.
they did issue the statutes. enacted, at l O I.i,,l f Not .e.
the session of the L.egislaturWe of 1.,5 We als) h a v SUlly if '"N) AA-
before the session of 1)7 c,,nvn,,l. MITTANCE" signs.
Tavares Herald. Call and ste them.
SYes, the pamphlet law (,f 1I)5' were Sells fore of Chamberlain's Cough
delivered, at least in part. last week *emedy than of all Others
Whether the work has lieen accepted Put Together.
or not, we do not know. It is a Mr. Thomas George, a merchant at
Mt. Elgin. Ontario. says: "I had the
much more creditable job than the State local agency for Chamberlain's Cough
printer has been in the habit of turning Remedy ever since it was introduced
out for some time. but in a copy which into Canada. and I sell as much of it as
we have seen in the hands of a well I (o of all other lines I have on my
shelves put together. Of the many doz-
known attorney one I6-page frm was e' s,\ ; t), guarantee, I have not I
entirely missing, and in its place was a had one bottle returned. I can person-
form that had already appeared in its ally recommend this medicine, as I have'
o n used it myself and given it to my chil-
proper poition. ren. and always with the best results, i
No Case of Pneumonia on Record. Fr sale by all druggists.
We do not know of a single instance Don't worry It will heat your blood.
where a cough or cold resulted in pneu- tI urn your hair gray and rust your mind.
monia or consumption when Fley's It will put wrinkles onto your brow and
Honey and Tar had been taken. It stiffen your joints. Worry shows weak-
cures coughs and colds perfectly. so ad ness an'd Worry will never
not take chances with some unknown help 'You across a critical period, but
preparation which may contain opiates. ill put mountains in front (,f you. Do
which cause constipation, a cnlition not worry. A man equipped with phys-
that retards recovery from a cold. Ask ical health has nothing to fear, and a
for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse
for Foley's Honer and Tar anl refuse man who is in poor health will only dig
any substitute offered. For sale by all his grave by worrying about his cond-
druggists. hi. grave by worrying about his condi-
druggists. .tion. Learn not to worry Ex.
T Rentt I Croup.

A tenant waftte for the newest and
best office room in the city. Call and
look at it, up stairs, over The True
Democrat ofee.
Legal Cap Paper, 'e. per quire at R.
J. Eva"'. "., 'I

I A reliable medicine, and one that
should always be kept in the home for
immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It will prevent the attack if
given as soon as the child becomes
hoarse, or even after the croupy cough
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a $400 grade Piano for $26 7 n) payments of 10
(down and mnemblershil) dues of $6 per month,
without interest: Piano delivered free to near-
est depot as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.

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

Is an instrument that has been manufactured in
our own factories, with some special features
that will make it stand the climatic conditions
of this State better than any Piano made.
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The attention of our reader is di.-
JOHN 0. COLLINS, Pablisher. reacted to the reports of condition No-
vember 9, of thi First National bank
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. and the State Savings Bank, to be found
elsewhere in this issue.
ALOCAL AND PSONAk.l These statements, showing aggregate
resources of $917.001.98, have never
been excelled in Tallahassee's history,
Bi cheerful. Give th iski.nen w orid a mile. and demonstrate beyond the remotest
We stay at longest but a little while.
Ha'ten we must. or we shall Ioas the chae chance of criticism the absolute sound-
To give. he g gentle word, the kindly i.rlnce. ness of these excellent and flourishing
ie sweet and tender- that in doing gr sl; institutions. The statements, As can
'Tie doing what no other gil deL ~ti Lif, readily be observed, are not padded or
We print a clean newspaper. doctored in any manner, nor do they
include large sums of public money as a
See interesting reading matter on each par* of their deposits.
12-pages of this newspaper., %,-- *- -
See advertisement of the York Hand Christmas Bazaar.
flay Baling Machine in another column. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres-
t lin of Wor Pants evebyr in Tal bterian Church will hold their annual
laBest line of Wor Pants ever in Tl- hristmas bazaar beginning Friday De-
lahassee, now at Evans'. member 8. They will have their usual
See the newest, "A Breezy Time," at elegant display of fancy work, suitable
opera house November 2V. It is to for Christmas gifts, delicious candy and
laugh. 0 refreshments. Luncheon, dinner and
Mrs. J. G. Collins and Lillias and Minss upper will be served daily.
Susie Black are visiting the Bryans, at The bazaar will be held at the new
Fisher's creek store next to the Western Union tele-
Mr. Robert Phillips has had his hide- graph office, and will open doors at 12
walk on Clinton street leveled up Let o'clock, and begin selling fancy articles
the good work go on! at 12.30.
Warranty Deeds, legal form. T rue Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Demorcrat Office, tf T. I. Byrd has received his fresh
Mr. J. Knowles IIyer, of Knowles stock of IRaisins, seedless, seeded and
Brothers. Pensacola, thie general agents clusters; Cleaned Currants, Citron,
for the Equitable, in in the city. Dried Figs, Evaporated Apricots, and
There was a very large crowd out to Prunes, for Thanksgiving and Christ-
enjoy the song service at the Methodist mas Cakes.
church lat Sunday evening, and the ^" -
music wls certainly fine. Mr. Clifton B. Gwynn, of the State
sic w n cerainl a i, land office visited Gainesville last week
Read the new and attractive adver- on public uasiness.
tisements in this issue and patronise Mrs. W. L. Moor has returned from a
the advertisers. You will find interest- short visit to Atlanta.
Ing reading matter on every page. Mrs. B. C. Lewis and Misses Lilla and
See our line of Fancinators Circulars Mary Lewis have returned from a long
and Newport Shawls, and Ladies' absence in the North.
Blouses. R.. J. Evans. Ion't forget that Claude L'Engle's
Mrs. Dr, E. E. Philerick and Master Weekly Sun will begin to shine tomor-
Winburn are spending this week with row, the 18th. Drop him a postal card
relatives at Jacksonville. at Jacksonville and get a sample copy
Congreseman W B. Lamar is another Atmore's Mince Meat by the pound,
early bird," and will begin his cam- fresh, at T. IB. Byrd's. *
paign for re-nomination with a "speak- Mr. F. Byrd and hifriend, Mr
ing" at Madison to-morrow Mr. F. ( yrd and his friend, Mr.
A a Mis t Goddard, of Atlanta, arrived yesterday
A reception In honor of Mrs Fred. en route to the coast for a little shoot-
W Marsh will be given thin afternoon ing.
by Mrs. George B. Berkins Miss ,
Miriam Choate will assist in receiving. We call attention to changI in the
. handsome advertisement of Mr. C. G.
Hons. If. C. Crawford and R Hudson Myers, of the Security Mutual Life In-
Burr and others are enjoying this week surance Company, on the- fir.t page of
on the coast shooti wild geee arul this issue kead every word of it.
ducks, while Dr. W. Lew s and an-
oither party are down on the Wacimua We give the public a cordial welcome
river aiso after game. at our store; come in and look over our
There somethingtostock T. I. Byrd, T'allahassme, Fla. *,
thin to instruct, shingomthin to enter- In the circuit court at Crawfordville
tain, something to pleame, but nothing last week Howard Suarfordl, the negro
to offend or bore in the. newest '*A who killed A. J G(oghagan at Smith
Breezy Tirnme Opera house Thursday creek last Juin, was tri.el arid convictt d
night, November 2:1, l\Wr. of murnrler in the, first degreee.
II. S District Attorn.ey W. Ii, She.p- Mackerel, ('olfiih, S ,lit a1 Hollandt
pa rd, and IU. S. Marshal, T I*" M,'e IIerring, at T i. Ivyr (s.
(ourin, have- returned to I'e.-sic<.,la. Mr. (<'h ,'ve<-r I.. Shir re iturni dl to
Mr Shehppard'n intt'restinr family', who, I'rna1'citla this we-k, al. r t a e itpie,santl
have made many frie ishe low somewhat lit#e-r Mr. F. W Marsh
and family arestill liig.rini arneing tthr Sbort Talks In Times-Union.
many friends in the caipita city. it l|,,ks nuw as though it will i>e a
The Live Oak l) -m cerat |f'jl,,j h rve fv r u'rilly littl.- ('c iit<'st l'it-we'n ( rill and
renumeniil the pulIbleation of their bright flilrian. Who, w'iuldl cry if either were-
little daily, and IhNl on's I'rint,,i Sin,- to Ie' ',elh te.l (c iveiirnor ',f Il,,r la?
ply Co., replreseniteidi l)y M r l).,|l-.n,,. of Se'ie tor ('rill, f J'l' tririin, -,l, rllw i out
Atlanta, is there fitting th, m ,out widt like. it hrillianit int lhe itt. al r niforr.
in entire' r'w )plant, awil wh.'- on. c 't" ,o It i t ihes cl .ss cf' w,.ii wt.-, wi warit in
pIrinting material friori Do il.csci, it is pilihe life. in l' ridla. wh,, w:ll .hi.e out
always the very Ienst. th ,ieo sse ms and the. g
lon. .John W. Il.rind.r.sci i Ili a on. Now it all t he- p.,linii g rafte,.rs in
W A. Iawla sttrnded a gatherriV itn IFl,,ridla take to the wilsm.
precinct No. lif Wtedifilkay. Neil her A I ica graft. Is i thic.f, wh)S e ,
tnaie a speech, but btil enjoyed the aton inv,, vts rag, rat|.whr,
day's. outing uand eirha;s acecnV1lelih.I4 it ha be.e'F th caser in Flrla.
something in the. interest of Ith.itr en cm-
paign fair the Sriate May the rn h "r I he rd ,r f (< c, t 'r is elengert.usly
that will li! in a litsition to ) l.t r<-t |r.- tnear the' Ioint of coiUghicg iback.
sent old Leon win in this race Lmong after Broward retires to those
"A Breezy Time,." which will lee soeen gentle shades, where' all ex-Governoirs
at the opera house Thursday, Novern. slet'- in solitude', Hilly lBowlegs can still
ber 23. is one of the mont effective go a-swimmi ing in the Everglades<.
farce comedies in town this neamon. It I'he small political IOmess!e in Florida
is diverting without being inane, and s'ee harn tines ahead.
has a slight story which makes a very
strong vehicle for introdlucing the var'- Saved by Dynamite.
ous specialties of different member;: of Sometimes a flaming city in naved by
the cast, each one of whom in an artist dynamiting a space that the fire can t
In his or her line. cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
The Leon county court house has been long you feel as if nothing but dynamite
generally repaired and repainted. The would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun.,
building and grounds now loomk neat and a writes: "My wife had a very ag-
elean, and the preent board of county gravated cough, which kept her awake
commissioners dervecredit for having ight Two physicians could not help
made this piece of public property, sit- her; so she took Dr King's New Dis-
uted n very center of the city u cover for Consumption, Coughs and
it is neat and Inviting All public Colds, which eased her cough, gave her
buldins and grounds should be kept in sleep, and Afinally cured her." Strictly
repair and neat. scientific cure for bronchitis and ia
Hern. B. 8. Lddon r At all druggists. Price 60. and
Tho. Wasti, of Milton ant Hon J. 1, guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
C. B. Koonce, editor of the Sumterville See Collins for Neat Job Printing.
Times, were in the city several days
lat week to award the contract for the Dr. F. Clifton Moor left this morning
printing of the new Revised Statutes, for Washington, via Baltimore, where
which they have, as commissioners, been he carries young Raymond Hill to the
engaged in preparing since the revision hoe pital again. After going to Wash
was authorfea by the legislature of ington to join his excellent wife he
1908. will again go to Baltimore and assist in
A whirlwind of pleasure would prop. an operation on young Hill, whieh Talla-
ery term "A Breezy Time." It is one hasseSans hope will be succesful, as
of Ihe most effective musical farce com- the little flow is gret sufferer

edies in town this year. There is just Mrs. R. M Eppes chaperoned an. I
plot enough to keep people guessing other crowd of young folks out to Mr.
As to the sapecalties given by the dif- Elijah Johnson's syrup making on Tue-.
ferent members of the company each day evening. The party was as follows:
one is an artistinhis or her line here Mr. Harry Pearce, Mias May Costa;
has been written many new additions Mr. Taylor Collins, Miss Pauline Costa;
In the line of comedy to "A Breezy Mr. Gaston Alford, Miss Allis Yawn;
Time" for the coming season, and the Mr. Archie Fenn, Miss Susie Eppe s
above company will surpass anything and Adah Yawn; Mr. Kemp, Nona
that may be seen here n the line of Griffin. All thank Mrs Eppos for her I
fase comedy. Remember the date- kindness and care.
Thursday, November 28. ,
"^^-- ICleam e T AtLoas.
ed ls. When the body is cleared for action. a
Wash your hands with warm water, by Dr. King's New Life Pills, can c
dry with a towel and apply Chamber- tell it by the bloom of health ea the a
la'as Salve Just before zol to bed, cheeks; the brightine of the eyea; the
and a spdsy rs Is certain Thi salv firmness of thie eah and muems; the d
is also *naled for skin disease. ror buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At t
sale by all aggtas. all drug stoem. Me. p

The fact r-mains that the political
parties recognize that money is the
most essential feature in conducting an
election. No longer are campaigns of
education carried on. Now the money
ia used on election day to bribe voters
and in this way defeat the will of a free
born and honorable people. The man
who takes money for his vote is bad,
but the man who uses money for the
purpose of buying votes is far worse.
t isn't right to place temptation in the
way of any man. And asking a man to
sell his vote should be regarded as the
worst kind of an insult, an insult not
only to his manhood, but to his citizen-
ship And a man who would sell his
vote has no right to be declared a citi.
sen. And the bribe-giver Is the lowest
creature of all. The decent people, the
people interested in the welfare of their
country, will rise in their wrath and
imite down the people who put money
to such base usae. And unless this Z
done we cannot ay it is a government
of the people, for the people and by the
people. Today we have a government
of money, for money and by money.
Think this over and m if it is not true.
-Jacksonville Metropolis.
There seems to be a growing sus-
plcion that a large proportion of the
aws made by the last Legislature
would collapse f the constitutional test
were applied to them. In all other
ines in life we only employ workmen
who know their trade and the inefficient
workman is promptly fred. Why not
Ipp the same ra le to the Legislature
t ast to the eateat of mskin all
andkdates for legislative honor-s sad
Spube ealmatiel en the text of the
ovstitution of Flrida, and if they
eat %abobk er m *e Ot to on IM
hketM mere t and to s--
Pest that a hrge e perhaps a

caumass A3 COMmUET.

Frm the Sate Newspapers o
Dbers ttreOstag Tpics.
Jacksonville is to have a Keely Insti
tute, the projector thereof being B. B
Tatum, an ex-editor of Miami. Per
hap" Brother Tatum wants to make
"obwr and reliable" printers more
numerous.-Madison New Enterprise.
The Palatka News has mentioned
Hon. E. S. Crill in connection with the
office of Governor of Florida. And ir
this connection we are here to remark
that if the people should choose him foi
that office they would make no mistake,
Dr. Crill would make an excellent Gov.
ernor.-Leesburg Commercial.
They are having a me time up ir
Tallahassee over some o the State
printing. According to the True Dem-
ocrat Judge M. H. Mabry, Librarian of
the Supreme Court, recently refused to
receipt the State printer for some vol-
umes of Supreme Court Reports because
of inferior quality of paper and work-
manship. Judge Mabry's action was
endorsed by Attorney-General Ellis, of-
ficial Reporter for the Supreme Court,
and the matter was then passed up to
the Board of State Institutions for ad-
justment.--Starke Telegraph.
A branch of the Keeley Institute is
to be located at Jacksonvi le with B. B.
Tatum as president. With so many
dry counties in the State this institu-
tion ought to receive liberal patronage
from the victims of blind tiger booze.-
Dunellon Advocate
Perhaps Governor Broward figured
it out that "to the victor belongs
the spoils and in his selection of a re-
ception committee from the State at
large to welcome the President on the
occasion of his visit to Florida acted
accordingly. His failure to appoint on
the committee Hon. R. W. Davis who
has given the best years of his life in
faithful service to the State for "his
victuals and clothes," so to speak, is
almost unpardonable, and the intelligent
Democracy of Florida will not soon
forget it.-West Palm Beach Sun.
The Tallahassee True Democrat, in
every issue, claims that there has been,
and is now, rottenness and graft in
manyof the Stateofficesin Tallahassee.
The Democrat claims that the State
has been robbed in a legal way and the
people fooled, in regard to the true con-
dition, for several years. The Demo-
crat claims that a combination was
formed in Tallahassee, known as the
Ca pital Printing Co., which is practi-
cally owned by some of the State offi-
cers, and that this combination is fast
Letting rich from the people's money
'he Democrat has made some broad as-
sertions, and y'et no libel suits have
been entered against it, which is evi-
dence that the Democrat must know
what it is talking about. It seems that
the editorials art mostly directed tow-
aris the Comptroller's office, and there
is probably room for believing that the
[Democrat is right. Jasper Hanner.
A,'cordling to the Tallahassee True
Democrat. which paper, Iby the way, is
doing it., utmost to expose graft in
hi'uh places 'at the State Capital. the'
lith volume of supreme court reports,
just dif'l, 'vere'l, is "about the, rottenest
)iece' 1f public work ever turnrl out inr
hu-e Suate of Florida It must bet
'rotteni" when Attowrney (er'wral Ellis
aits ret' fsl. 1 to accept the- w(irk, and,
with th,, .-uplreme court justices., has
refe,'rred' the matter to the Hoa'rd ) of
commissionersrs of State In.stitutLions,
wbho rmmIfle the' contract with the State
printer iand whose business it is toe see
that he fulfills his contract. It is said
these reports are printed (on cheaD grade
newspaper oin which the type shows
through from side to side, and that the
fornms in some p laces have been re-
versed, thus bringing the paging to the
inside edge of the book instead of the
outside, and thereby interrupting the
continuity of the printed matter In
ether words, it is just such a job as the
people had every reason to expect when
a blacksmith was awarded the contract
for State printing.- Palatka News.

Loans and discounts ..... $228,3 14
Overdraft. secured and unsecured. 4.976 26
U. S. Bonds to cure circulation 50,000 00
Bonds, securities. etc .. 6..912 3M
Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6,294 86
Due from Nattonal Banks (not reserve
agents) .. 43,2 43
Due from State Banks and Bankers 31,399 41
Due from approved reserve agents 38,834 46
Checks and other cash items 5.. 6,097 91
Notes of other National Banks 5,000 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
cents 131 97
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz:
Specie .... -. $13.751 36
Lefa-tender note .. ..s 25,000 00-38.761 36
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
(6 per cent of circulation) 2.,00 00
Total 617-,80 15

Capital stock paid in ..
Surplus fund
Undivided profits. Ies expenses and
taxes paid
National Bank notes outstanding.
Due to other National Banks
Due to State Banks and Bankers
Due to Trust Companies and Savings
Banks .
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand Certificates of Deposit
Certified checks ........
Cashier's checks outstanding

S50.000 00
10,000 00
15,46 78
50,000 00
2.988 20
2.601 81
29,387 18
303.491 99
46,711 19
28 8o
7,314 70

Total 617.880 15
County of Leon.
I, Wm. C. Lewis, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
CoRRECT --Attest: Cashier.
G. EDW. LWIns,
E. B. LEwis.
Sulmcribed and sworn to hefotre me this 16th day
of November. 19 5.
([ :AI..] Notary Public.

In the State of Florida, at the' cloe of ijusinesms
on the lt today of NNovember. lIM5.

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S iTA rM I v) '*eRIn A, '
( iunty )of l n."c
I. It. C. Whitfilehl, (ashier of the State Savings
Iank of Tallarsiasue. Fla.., io solemnly %wear theti
thea utbve x statement of the condition of said Bank
at the loscpof ,usinevret on the let day of November
i9't,. I true to the lot of my knowledge and belief.
COHeRkECT- Attest:

(rE>. LEwis.
W. C. L :w.m
(;. F.. LEwis.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3d day
of November. li0k.

Notary Public.


We would like to show s me of our
Tallahassee merchants copies of the
Live Oak Democrat, a% an example of
the way the merchants in that town ad-
vertise. The Democrat is a 16-page
paper, and its last weeks issue contained
2 full pages, 7 half pages. 2 quarter
piges, and about 25 columns of smaller
advertisements No wonder the pro-
prietors of the Democrat have just com-
menced the publication of a ily edi-
tion. And Live Oak is not much larger
than Tallahassee, but it is growing a
great deal faster, and the way its bui-
nes men advertise is one of the reasons
of its growth.
Tallahassee promises, however, to
"get a move on"' in the matter of ad-
vertising. Our last week's issue con-
tained a full page for the new D. R.
Cox Furniture Co., contracted for sev.
eral months' insertion; a quarter page
for Duval Brothers, also a long con-
tract' a handsome advertisement for
Mr. Chase. G. Myers, general agent for
the Security Mutual Life InsuranceCo.
also a long contract; beaidea several
well-displayed and attractive ads for J.
E. Theus, the furniture man, Mr. J. D.
Cay's livery stables, and a number of
smaller ads. for different merchants and
We certainly believe that a more lib-
eral policy on the part of somme r-
chants who do not advertise at all, and
some who do so only on a small ale,
would do much to stimulate local as
rela upoen tre atual growth of the city
loia ab" kc

m or, of th member o the last
Lcilr -had ever read the eoutl-
ton ot the State, probably ame of
them didn't know what that revered
document was for, anyway; and it is
possible that oe or meos of thm ndda't
even know there was such a th as a
constitution. We have heard ofsuch
cases, but not in the last Legislature.
Only thoroughly capable men of trained
intelligence who can reason accurately
on large questions should be selected to
make laws for the people of Florida.
The ambitious incapable should be
promptly spotted and turned down.-
Live Oak Daily Democrat.
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In the State of Florida, t the close of business
November 9. 1906.

term of

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See Collins if you want Job Printing.


The following names have been added
to our list since last Directory was pub-
lished :
159 Adjutant-General's Office, State
60 Apthorp, J. P., residence.
187 Ausley & Lee. 2 rings.
274 Alford, E. H., residence.
205 Banks, Geo. P., residence.
180 Bond, Dr. B. J., Physician, office,
2 rings.
214 Bryan, C. A., residence.
82 Cox D. R., residence.
177 Cobb, R W., residence.
204 Chaires, Miss Anna E., residence.
198 Damon, W. t., Grocer.
294 El Amo Cigar Co.
224 Elliot, H. S., residence
75 Eppes, Edward B., residence.
81 Florida Female College office.
64 Florida Warehouse and Compress
61 Gibbs. G. G., Wood Yard, 2 rings.
173 Ham, Dr. A. S. Dental office.
24 Hirschberg, Julius, residence.
90 Jackson Lumber Co., Vareen,
4 rings.
34 Johnston, Glover, residence.
234 Langston, Wm., Chief of Police,
273 Lewis, F. M., residence.
80 Lowery, D. M., residence.
33 Leon County High School.
194 McKinnon & McKinnon, Grocers.- ,
215 Masonic Lodge.
225 Mullikin, W. K., residence.
263 Papy, W. A., residence.
254 Perkins, George B., residence
245 Parker, 0. C., residence.
235 Perkins, J. T., residence.
244 Parish, Amos, residence.
25 3 Rawls, W. A., residence.
222 Randolph, Hayward, residence.
*2s3 Rollins, A, City Market.
107 Syfret, D. W., Blacksmith and
Wagon Shops.
2M,4 Tallahassee, Perry and Southeast-
ern Railroad, office.
162 Williams, A. H., residence.
*Number changed.

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Left Ck"* COWL
The Jury dawn for the Fall
LBon e.sty Cieluit Court is as
SN M Isler,
GoUJ m D T Gramli
AC. J W Farrad
AW M8r*kh*m, W T Bannm
A lC S er E T Jones,
Wm '1 Wih John F Spe
Geo N AUigood, 8 T Stafo
C Weld Hamlin, Thomas R.
A Neal Bradford, M L MeDan
Chas C Moore, T J Causea
William E Gray, Chas O Bro
go R Earnest, Grorge Le
EN Mabry, R B arpe.
William Child, M B Courta
T A Fenn, Isae Allgo
Benj F Joyner, John J Gria
BF Shaw Counil BA
Jacob Miller, David N Re

Florida State News.

Pensacola Freed From Yellow Jack.
Yellow fever in Pensacola is a thing'
of the past Saturday night a report
. .of the state health officer shows that
not one case exists in the city. and.,
furthermore, no cases are under sur-
veillance as suspects.
The fact that the fever had been
completely stamped out causes mucth
rejoicing in Pensacola, as it was fear-,
ed that it would run until frost oc-'
curred. Durlug the past two weeks.
hower, excellent results have been ac-
complished in the fight with the fo
Nor, an I the state health officer and
bis assistants are being congratulat-
ed upon their excellent work. Nearly
six hundred cases occurred between
Augu;t 29 up to Friday, but onlyI
eighty of these die:l, making a mor-I
tality rate of a little over fourteen
per cent.
Owing to the fact that no cases
now exist anl the likelihood that no
*others will occur, the state has dis-
pensed with the serivees of all extra
physicians, fumtigators and inspectors,
nnd expects to raise quarantine
against the city in a few days.

Efforts to Eradicate Hyacinths.

To Print Itevised Statuteea.
The commission for the revision or
the general statutes met at the cap.
Itol a few days ago to consider the
bids for the publication of the stat
utes. The contract was awarded to
the Record Publishing company ot
St. Augustine. their bid Leing the low
e-t submitted.
The bi-s were as follow, per asd- .
Record Publishing company. St. Au-
gustine. $392: Foote-Davies & Co..
Atlanta, $4.47; John G. Collins. Talla-
hassee, $4.95; E. 0. Painter company.
Orlando. $5.4o: Capital Publishing
company, Orlando. $5.1oI: Capital Pub-
lishing company, Tallahassee, $35.5.
The contract is for 6io volumes.
3.1.01t bound and 3.'*"i unbound, t)
Ie deliver.1' within six months froni
the d.ite of the c-ntract.

Recently at TuIalpa, County Judge
Robles had before hlim for trial ten
negro imen arrested at Valrico for
holding up Mrs. Murray, who was car-
rying the mall between Dover and
lhat polt t. A, sh'. was I .isl.g al.)ii
the road. Mrs. Murray says the men
yelled at her to) halt and threatened
to shoot her If she tild not stop. She

The Government steamer La Reve whipped up) her horse, and got out
arrived at Palatka a few days ago on ot their way, at cunce reporting thu
an important mission, as she is again affair to the sheriff's deputy, who ar'
experimenting with the destruction of rested ten men at a nearby turpen-
the water hyacinths. Captain Hem* tine camp and carried them before
nilngway id a part of his crew ar3 judge Roble.s. Mrs. Murray was.
in charge o' the boat, but the actual- however' unable to identify any io
task of destroying the plant is under them, and they were tuned loose.
the supervision of Dr. Dawson, t
chetmist of note. The I.a Reve will Ion. Robert McNaue:- of Tampn
be in the locality for several weeks h s been tIlki.: anl elffl t to get .1
and during this time will experiment lardon for \VWlo r ]:Taylor, wthl
with several flulls prepared by Dr. I ,'viinla a se.nt.'nc. of five year s
Dawson. int the,, stat,. pci1on for an assiiUlt upon
It will be remenimbered that the I l, l int. W. 4. 1.::n1.if at I ta t ine at u
Revo when last at tPalatka. used .1 te,1'I eIeNV lH MIr. t11Namee has-
compound which killed the hyacinth. t sl' ete e.,hd, i i, .iring i mc atter ha,,
but was In some instances fatal to c. fore' te of the oinel orf
tle. The Governnent is now eindea'I- neons unetliciallv and will re-ad
oiling to secure a fluld which, while \ ll ttis, tt. ,petition as is ,equied i
poisonous to plant life, will not injury n of t oar an
live stock. It Is to lie hlope1 that I)D a.receiit i' vl ltth t ,if board, ta ni
Dawson will succeed in his efforts, ii n e
the hyacinths gheatly Impede naviga- atlate.

tion on the river. .ile Oai has in .MI. C. N. Hildreth,.

Shake-Ug) at State University. Jr.( a postmaster to be proud of. lit'
A bontbshell was exploded in the has not hardly taken time for a
athletic camp of the University of breathing spell since lihe took chart,
the State of Florida, at Lake Cit., of the office, and all the time is on
when the reports of the various de the lookot f)r .sole improvement
lartments of thi' standing of the st. 11 h can make ill the Initll flcilitis oel
dents in th recent exaniinations were 'he'li Iy establish i ount h 1ree1 I'
I. (*'(de! in establishing three r(alh
'The ri;e in ret, rdl to scholas.'. routes leading out froit Litve (ali
standing will be ligidtlyv enforceld, an since his ai)loint'metnt. and states that
.ight'een ,f the football squad wi:1l 11I will soon have four' others in op.
fall unde(lr its ban. I 'ration.
lleru'of 'r' this ri ult :lias been pra I'- I
tically a '(iad letter, and the fact that Witthln t e').lst few days l vtlal
It will be enforced this year fell like t tlail lods of New York laboring nvei
it lightning stroke on the student alld Italians hav'* lipassed through St.
body when they realized that the best t'\ugustinet'l (.Io tto Key West a r!
football team the university ever had Miani, to work oin the extension :)ar
will be ma.lly crippled because some ni Floriit East aht railway. On
of Its menburs failed in "exams." the' r'-eturning Itrains from the south
The authorities have turned a deaf a,' lar n tln'r who are seeking
ear to all entreaties, and will see to transportation to return to their
it that the law is carried out to the hontes. T-ivy complainln that the work
I -tter. is too ha:'l ian I dangerous aind that
they have' to camp In the woods. At

Mr. T. ('. Tallaferro. treasurer of
the Florida State Midwinter Fair As
sociation, at Tampa, has receive.1
from Comptroller A. C. Croom a war-
N, rant on the state treasurer for the
sum of $15,000. to be used exclusively
iii the payna nt of piemi'tms oet prold
ucts exhibited. The receipt of this
warrant recalls the brilliant fight
made for the premium appropriation
at the last legislative session, head-
ed by Senators James E. Crane, Rep.
resentatives Wells and Taylor, Col.
Thomas J. L. Brown. originator of
the fair movement, and Messrs. A.
.I. Knight. Robert McNamee and F
L. IHuffak'r.

Mr. J. A. liurnett, one of Suwann
nee's substantial farmers, as well as
one of the most successful and ex|le-
rienced de'.'r hunter, has just ret urn-
ed to Live 00ik from ltfayette coina- i
ty, and rel|)rtH that an epideleic
lnown as t'.cK ('.enplie is killing out
the deer of the section very rapidly.
He says carcasses are being found al-
Imost ,oerv day and that the old se,-
tlers are on alarmed that they keep)
their dogs'tled up for fear they will
chase one. Mr. Burnett says the dtk-
ease swells the throat of the'animal.
tnod it dies In a very short time after

I'resenit thel e care one thousand ment
at work on the extenlson.

The supreme court has granted the
petition of the state of Florida ion
relation of the attorney general, et
al., to bring quo warrant proceed-
ings against the members of the
board of control to thow by what
authority they exercise the rights as
officials of such board. The writ is
made returnable November 23. The
petition was presented to the court by
Judge Arch Henry of Lake City.

Everything In In readiness for oc-
cupanc'y by the Georgia Southern an'I
Florida railway of its new depot on
the river front at Palatka, the of-
flee fixtures hnving been placed In po-
sitlion. Th. bhuliding and grounds ar'"
qiite an improve-niett to that part ')f
the city. aird from a iilt R iness vie'-w
Io)int n':an much to P alattka nnd stir-
ioundlIng clilnt ry.

The [i nir'e-at ('n anipiLg In Loon
count y for the se:ipte ndl reprementa-
tlve,. will be a long one and doubtless
a warm one. Hom. W. A. Rawls has
announced hinamslf a candidate for
the senate from the Elghtb Senatorial
district. Hon. John W. Henderson al-
co a. nnounris his candidacy for theo

being selzed with It. m -i 4-, S
n___ ame high oBce. Mr. Howderson is
SIn .the United States court at Tal.I Mayor of Tallahasse.
labassee a few days ago. the case of That acksoville. is faat.beomlng
Raymond Cay vs. the Coast Lumber pThat Jacksonrille, Is fat .-egomalp
company and Vereen was argued be a shipbuIldlngporet oft great lmpbrt.
fore Judge Swayne. In this case the tsge i evidenced by th fact that the
rigt to large tr t .rpeathae tre locam l shiphblidlnag plants have
rI aboEt all the work Ithey "a ave



To Take Full Control of All Quar-
antines in the South.


Resolutions Passed at Chattanooga
Convention--lImmigration ot De-
sirable Setteras isApproved.

At Chattanooga, Tenn., Friday, four
teen southern states, through their
governors, senators, congressmen antd
other representative citizens, made
their wishes known as to the rela-
tions of state to the federal govern-
ment in the matters of quarantine
and of immigration.
Throughout the conference spirited
debate was almost uninterrupted as
to the constitutionality of federal con-
trol of interstate health matters. Gov-
ernor Vardaman of Mississippi was
a arm advocate of the construction
of state rights, which should prevent
the interference of federal authority
in state affairs. Governor Blanchard
of Louisiana declared that the doe-
trine of state's rights could hava no
ftace in the argument. He insisted
that the federal constitution plainly
takes it the duty of federal govern.
ment to exercise such functions. Many
leaders had many followers.
Congressman John Sharp Williams
presented a report which was adopt
ed with but one dissenting va ilce, that
of Senator Mallory of Floriea. The
resolutions follow:
"Resolved. That we, the delegatess
from Alabama, Arkansas. Florida,
Georgia. Kentucky, l.outlstana, Missis-
sippi, Missouri, Marylaniil, North Car-
1Allna, S )uth Carolina;. Tennessee, Vi'r-
ginia aid West Virginla. hereby re-
spectfully request the s 'nate and
house of representatives in congress
assembled to enact a law whereby
const maritime annil iiitnatal frontier
quarartine shall be pinceil exclusive-
ly under the control and jurisdiction
of the Unittd States govirninont, and
that matters of interstate quarantine
shall bo placed under the control andl
jurisdiction of the United States gov-
Oernmf int. acting in co operation with
the several state boards oif health.
"Reiolveid, second. That i,e' urge
Iup)on the legislatures of their several
southern stat"- that thiy ienat (iant'r
antine regulations as nei rly as p .
sible i n corod a;nil c(doifoi tll i >as
hereafter e- meteid. We' firtho'incr'o
u rge the governors of tli, sawl -'\'
e'rie l stnte4, with this obj.r't p.|,'l. l
call Illn view to call the atltinti orf
thle legislaitI nl s of thlr r( -s r '0 !
states to the' wis-lol iin'l lie4 O )li(iy
of this co s'i e."
(Congressinn F. J. 1'ow,%r1 of Mis-
sissippi,. chairnuan of the liniilzgratlion
i committee, lIlresentied the report (f
that committee, which waS iadoptel)d by
the ti inianious vote (f the convention.L
1The resolutions were as follows:
"Whereas the states represented in
this conference and the' whole soutt
are possessModl of limitless resouircrs,
ntKrcultural, mineral aid timbl)er
"'Wherens, dlesirable iniinW:,.istion ins
needed in oil .r to dl\elop these re-
sources, and,
'Whereas, we desire to ,) ttle with
Ut all white persons who a rP willing
to subscribe to our livxs ninl who ap-
preciate and love the gernlis of our
Institutions, now therefore, be it
"Resolved. That it Is the sense of
this conference that It doe,'s h-reby
greet and welcome to our midst nill
industrious and upright white 'persons
from any of the' Europeran contI ties'.
and from all sections of the Unlted
SStates who wish to make their hrnle,.~
with usi to assist in Ithi i'ti
of o'lr resources and hIe' :ei l: ,inec ine't
rind multipliation of ou" i:,lr 'il en
I lerprise's and Industlrie.4. i1 it fur
"Rosolve'l, That we re'teillat and
dl.nouinee ;' Intrllre' AII\ ;itd all rnl
onlor ann t .l;nlorn t i:' nt i ii si
been clre.,llaltel to thr, effectt that th.,
.,outh Is unfavorable to Ion,. ;tan '
Industrious white Immitraint.
"W1ore.a, the ,pri'fldnt of the' 'nit
ed States has recommn'nde'id to con-
grass the ;passage of certain changes
In the present Immigration laws ol
this country with a view of making
*It more difficult for the pauper and
criminal classes to enter our country.

"Resolved, by this conference of
representative men of the south. That
we hereby endorse and approve these
reu'oaaiendations and request all o<
Sthe senators and representatives of
the' euthen states to aid in securing
the passlan of such amendments to
exlatls Imulgratim laws as will tend
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old Annual Reual n In Macon With
Rccord-Breaklno Atteodaoce and
Great Enthusiasm.
Thursday at Macon was the great.
pst day In the history of reunions
of Georgia veterans. There has never
wben Fuiih a gathering of these men
of the- c(Iil war of ;Georgia In any
one it y. Offlcirs and prominent
mer ,is x tae that not leMss than 3,-
W,00 riin w ho weAtp- the. giay wore in

K. rly 'Thisrsday ii ning camp if
ter ca(itmp c amt out fiom their quar-
ters i ndl p pared for th1. day's exer-
riso'm iHy I oio locl the, 'y had gathi-
ered at th- city autdllor niiti for thoi

busilnlsM mi.etlng. .Nianly Inmportant
muttc'rx were brictly dil.jpoI'sd of, anld
the lmieetlng wan adjournled.
'l'he race for onriiandl'r tIermlinate(d
In the cholie of u (;<'etiil C. M. WIley
of Macon. 'Theyre' wasiH ooppoltion.
General Weest of Atlanta and bis
friends declining when the nornina-
tions were rniadi,. There, wam no other,
natme lrre'entel'd than that of (eneral'
Wi'ley., anti with oi voice( he wan)4
placed in lhe hiIghe'st omlce In the
Getorgia division., ie mucce'eds en-
oral PI. A. II. McGllshan of iavan
vlslcon ronitltandelHrs sHa chosen ure:
For tihe camtfrn brlgad(e, (Generial n.o.
M. ('lark of Augusta; the- wnsteorn
General C('obb of Ariicrlciin; otilhern
brigade, (en'rn'al weat of W\Vacros 4.
ant for the noIlth'rn, (Oenerl A. J.
West of Atlantia.
Thieon was little diffliilt'y in chloosn
Ing a nlsietingK Ilace for the year
106fl. Griffin tuked for the reunion,
but upon (the Invitation from the Con-
federate Vet(erann' Amsoelation an'l
the Mciaws camp of Savannah the
next meeting Ipl)e fell to that city.
Governor Terrell and members of
his staff arrived In Mucon Wednes.
day night and were the guests of the
veterans hitursdnay, as well as of the
ioty. Boon after the opening of the
business meeting at the auditorium,
be was Introduced to the large gather.
1ag and made a stirring address. lie
was enthusiastically received and hisl
tribute to the men of the south In the
elvil war won the old soldlers In great
style. lie spoke for only a brief
At noon the grand parade of all thn
veterans, the local millltary, the gov-
ernor and his staff antid (0nerinl M
Glashan and his staff lngan, anid ware
an Imposing specttaclo.


Atlanta M Sought to I ynch the Assailant
of Mrs. Moore.
Aftor hleing Identlild he, Mrs.1 (I,,.
W. Moor' of Atlhinta Its the negrio
waho had usmultll ed he-, .11ii \VW:lkr r.
brougl ht a it pril ii,'i fi 0 1K, l'. 1uilhi 1.
Oa., 'I'llThutsday llu rninil1it, c n( j11 I ii aiir
beIng lynched by Ia ctrow.d ofi aIlg M
citizens. For iloir thnlii an houi tlihi' )

was an sctIte of th, lU-iaL Itlt'lnt) ex
citeniont on th<> I'ieLIbt'ne road, Ih
twoon the Moorvr1' hiIe al liimokwooid,
and the spot whi'i plirm.lillat ai, wc I
madeI to hiani the, iw -gri
The rude pllowm lhial bid ),,n o ri ls.), I,
theo knot had be 'n itlI. ilth noleu)s
placed on thu neigo'ras llVk idl tII,,
othur iend of the roiqe tlhow n mcir lth.
crosi-Hmbisu of the .aillowa s u h*,.n iSlivi
Iff N eltis upl.e a ie l ant lie' t. >n>e vtii
a deputy anud thaire' c. men.
Amid a crowild that e.ienaiil lwrit ,ne
taking the lav Into thrl, own Ilihii,
while pistol ihloix wIa fi'lld Itilan
crios of "Kill hil1.." "Shoot hiti,
'L,.n ey h hllt." rtent t1 e ati, tlIe iv helitl[
nail his mall IommoHr ncucd tl-l Ihe' ll
onrer, threw him Into an imiiatiriiioil
and made all eploed to thin 'Itfv anild
to the Atlantt tower., w hire th i n
gro waM pindlvel In a cell
(Jeorgoe Moore, the htIiahnd of the
negro's victim., counnellehd forbira'nc,
on the part of the ('It.lxen, andt his
ions later made) thet imse pleia for
the law to take Its course, as they ha. I
previously promised the sheriff that
the prisoner would not be hnrmod.


VT, eow JcIk Sees to etirely Reuted
breo Ait ofew OleaOe.
For.the fourth day, ending Saturdayv,
there were neither new- cases nor
deaths trom' yellow fover In Now Or
S eans, ',
al s Only te sea are now employed for
PW0 h'- the flderalt aMeA.



More Dire Trouble Breaks Out an
Domains of Czar.


Sailors Start Outbreak, Troops arc
Called to Osell Mob and Streets
Flowed With Blood.

A Ht. Pet-erMburg special says : It
If rei)orted that a massacre occurrel
at Kronstadt \weidnlneday night ani
that the Infantry, wing machine Kgine,
fired on th.i peop-le. The British ent-
bausy ihas it'lriet(e'd (;'neral Trepotl
to protc('t th'' British hubjocts atL
i Kront adlt.
A dirpaiich to a rawAwns agency in

London from Ht. i'eltershiurg abys nail-
or" of the lHt'ian squadron at Kron
hitait riutiniri l, A ,Vrpowering their
oft(ri4, and ilandel anld attacked th(e


ror of

public Ijilduiings and stpiit

r reports only magnify the hor-
the Hitiuation. The' mutiny wa

completee, A(rrdling to the latest re.
p)rts, not only the sailors, but thQ
garrison of some of Ithe forts, Joining
In the Inxsui ctlon.
'The few oldlers amid sailors who
remain loyal, foighlil all night agutint
then mutlieers miand the workinrt, who
enill-ted unaler th i banner of revolt.
ntarricad'es were thrown up. fThe ro.
port that nmachinme guns wre ud l .i
apitp rant ly confI riniid
The Maxim guins flredl all \Veflne',-
(lay night nid 'thiihursday niorniut thli
strol'eot We're flooded with bloodl. Tl'h
number of dead andl wounllrl i uin.i
fur into the hundredli
Later two regliments of c'osminck4
antd the Impernial Hoie (Giaris wei'r
dispatched to Kronmtadt from St. Po'-
tershburg, and a regiment of I'hlans
were sent there from Oranienaum, 't
few miles west of Peterhof. Altogether
about 30,000 troops are engaged In
quelling the Insurrection.
According to some reports, the sail-
ors and strikers wore finally surround
ed, but would not surrender. linoth
sides have been losing heavily. The
troops lost eight officers killed or
wounded. Other reports say the Uh.
plans demerted to the muitlneers, anit
fire now fighting against the imperial
The Inhahlitnts of Kicnstadt araa
fr' it ianilc. The' looatn to St. Peter'-
hitigI have stopped running; nd tele-
,.hone andt llegralph communication
hnav been se-vrlred
| loth ('ount \itte and the empier.
or hivn mniald' another strrendur. (Gen
Ienil Trepooff himih lern rnioveil from
Ith11 powerill poitllon wtlhiht lh' oc'ce-
1,lid, that of wovrnor general of '*.
l'l-t'r ltri nnto ulsmltant miistletelr of
lthe' int ',lor', n l l(iitanM i'n Ir p mn'i''l
lit '. rane led to in ll,,iateo 111'i .4eral
hl i.Ii n'i,;*


Sensational lecture In Contest of election
in New York.
'lhn contei"t over IthIl matyorilt y
(cloi'c(IIon In N,'w YN ,k., Inttanitgliatl' I
bY WVilllhan Italldollilh Hl rit't, theI lu -
nlici|le ownie r.1lip candidate. de',loip-
,I l nil tu n Thi't dlll ,Nd .
I:ior tI'elvle hoirit)r thli boxe's conitaiin
Iniq nI'ni lv 5,eIe ifIc bhilloIt e'.ist In
'I'Tiiu e.iI 's lctliin, choked i ll, the et q
Ii Iho vhlclllc Iif lth' h,'s qili.ilrsm of
tlie lanlrd oif *,'l ll, ns In Slxth avae
P Ic1

'I lh Iu llot h eII i hitad ie'rn gath-
oe'r d c1 r1lin t1111 lie' IlIghlt b)y Ihe pI lcilM ')
ti-il C'a IIc 'e II t ali tra l wagolln to thai
clit'll t nn hoa., 'rale hi' a <|, |i|ule r ta it T le'rI'
the' oticluls rfi' sa-il tr |re t\Ie thin
thllot huoxf'n< dnl. t(he' M, lico.' ra 'tm. e rinh
il't-r a court orler ictn'i,|l Ic .nishl'I
i( ii ioner. vmi (')ii|,llin tir p ha el-.I u lham ior-
Itie tio t 'turn thoe hialllrots i4over Io thIt
e'letion lonI IhaiI notlhlKi to do)I, hut
I'italn I iit1ilt e n1 d aw11it 1 the1 plh':tf-
llr of Ithe' el Atlir'l,>',I o(tf the' hs luiti olon, thief li t.
t(orneot for ileetic aupe'aril ibefora
Jltntit fco I)Iki el, f c the pt;llt' t4l iItIlvUt

ri t'l-rrt anitd u ''icuiO i'd iront 11 ,a .111 or
lhir coillnp-h'lI,. John l4c VooIlrh,,e taI.)
l i et) lilnt of ti'. io)aI'dI of elchtitllt.on 'I
I cc'o'l|t th, ,' hillt i 'l'lhn eu;'Tcl'r lA% to
1- c ,vd a tlilu ll. anidi tlit, halloh t Iher li
-.-tne re ro' lhit4ld lor lhy ho (clthi' tlon
I ( ,a ri .
Charges thlat sM'veral hballot boxes
hsd been tbtolen Iwfore the return
v ere reported and that others w'4re
found unsealed were made during the
day. The Iuvestlgation of the *lo%
tio proamis to be the a.o thorou
S- A a- 6- m- -





Fresh Meats.






President Jordes Makes Announcement to
Cotton Growers of the South.
President Jordtin of the Southern
Cotton Association has Issued the fol-
lowing aninounce'iment:
The annual reorganization and re-
olectlon of all the' officers of tho
S )tltihe'i C'otton AhnocIlition In all of
the cottlon growing counties and par-
Ilhn-H is near at hand. The election of trnil delegates for all the civil
iiihbdlvlsions, towntships, militia dis-
triels and schooll precincts, as they
are dliff'irintl-y t'rn'ild in those several
states, will taki, pWare on the first
S;itnirday it I),i'ibrl)r. Farrersi, mer-
chalants a1id hianki-e' airoe urgently re-
qiirsteel to meet oin that day at their
Ical meeting l poits In the various
-s'cllons of the, county ptal choosei
from onr' to five' 'ilegates to reulre
si-nt theiii in th. Ir oiint'y organliza-
lInll. ITh' ('iillint or parish meeting
will ioe' h'1' 1 at. thi' 'oilinty site on De-
ce'rit r lith, or thl follow inig atur-
(aIn t 'lh 'O- dil ie ate's will Ithen piIr
fee t their .enittv 'ii g ;nilz at loii ll y tIh i
nf-ltion of ( n) i'ff r ; aid thio se lvctloa
of froln oner to tlIhi l d-'logates to
'(ire'fsent thii'r countii y or parlih at
tho gon'ral r ltati i'n'tliing. The state
nwi'tingsA will be h'ld uat the different
tiat (capiltolN on January 3rd. and
the- deoleiates so chosen by the ('col'-
ty organizations on Docembeir 9th
will elect their state officers for 1906,
tind also the iionie)ors of the exec-
tive committee of their, Southern Cot-
ton Association o1n the same basis of
representation as for 1905. The ex-
ecullve comntrlttee of the National Or-
ganlizttlon no chosen will meet at Hot
Springs, Ark., on the third Tuesday in
January, 9l)9f;.


Victorious Reform teaders Hold Forth in
a Great Demanastration.
There was a great demonstration
at the mayor's office In Philadelphiah
We'dnuemday morning by the victorious
city party l'vailer.s and others They
fo'rMe1d a line, aid. headed l v two
brass lha iin. n marched t hil outIh the
strof-ts. In the' line wore sworn cof
'Phllad'lphihl's h.eIst known ritlzents.
Theo t n-n nIlichrlo I into Mityvor Weoav-
er's large ne'c-ption room iitd l elmor
e'l hln wt illh i.> ha:l 1 plah.l 'rd patrl-
otlic als. \i)r Wr-eaver was lifted
upon a tableit anitd tnule a tliritngt
gilvv, -h. f!" f i,LI% th pel ople credit
for th, le lk f l 11ai .and s id It was the
li'- t le-l el,'e- tiimi h:,l In I'lilheldliphla
In nmany s,

Thi, word "buinnlet" fornmery meant
'.-Im Coflr'e Facre Ymoeint o 1. lon, setar

From a iiiautifiil fairmii d 'onn in
T'x'ia,t ,i l ee r .is.lhlicg spriligu 1ii tel to
furn li l killing litoiik tfliat n,\iln iit I ;r
Spial klilig ;ay tl l I ll lt ll h I;. e i ,lu,.*Ii-,
C'io IIU a U t iit oif grt itudat Io" t.c i\.'y
from tih' t offa', lihtlilt.
"W''li'nI In% IA 1.' a I iy c liii' t io i ll' ii'
yet-r li igo I i, tii tt) li inlk l',,-'-it 11
l" ,tol C 'oti ''. III g a fee''ll ,; ll Iit it
woutildl Ie letter for lIh iii a d lnto li: ,
thei old kind of t' itug-hildh'n ,' otc'. I
it us I n t disalipp nt'ld in It. for it ctl-
abl5 I ,d lire a nili.iil. d.i'l 'alit unit i.lii to
i cI"i-A Ita l bo ll t ll I l I Ihy lii sy 14
"-I 11 il e 1 11),1, a uo)lItillut'ed tilei ii' of
I'oa utlllll, f i lI '\ jr I;to i 'ro m l oin orf it,
and llei (li- ,o\.redl to niy joy th-.It it
hai s nC tirely e'rlil d n;' of it luillui.-4
hablt which i ,d to i ) pro1 strat<, utt-I ti.o
or ti tree li i t ',i .1 t*;hi. citllm inl n winfi
i nowomfort to Iny' laillniy alltl bliffullf;
to ul, pnel 1.
".M.y bln-utlr it, law was riira d of
chronic cotelipliatiil by leaving otff tit.'.
old kind otf c'offc'e Ianid iallig 1P'ostlin.
liHe lias letcome,' 'v'l more fund of 1:
than te Wan oft their old coffee
"In fa(t.. 411he itn ti fi e lly. f'roi tihe
latest arrival ain .ltyear-ohl, who always
valle fur his 'otte' first tiling lin the
morning), up to the hend of the house,
think there Is no drink so good or so
wholesome as Postue." ame glivea
by Poetum Co.. Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a mon.
a" the thn a-h-1h 1 -a M


Appointed by Judge to Defcnd Netro
Charged With Criminal Assault
on White Woman.
An Atlanta dispatch says: A bril-
l!ant array of legal talent will ap-
pear in the defense of the negro
charged with the assault of Mrs.
Three eminent members of the lo-
cal bar, Judge Howard Van Epps,
Judge George Hillyer and Judge W.
I. Hammond, each of whom has serv-
ed either on the superior or city
court bench, have been appointed by
Judge Roan to act as counsel for the
The code of Georgia provides that
the court shall appoint attorneys to
defend all accused persons, unable by
reason of poverty to employ lawyers.
The apii)lntment of more than one
attorney is unusual, however, and
when .Judgo Roan named three so dis-
tinguilshhd lawyers for that office in-
terest in the case was great increase
"In cases such ;as this," said Judge
Roan after making these appoint-
ments, "passion aind filing are most
liable to make themselves felt to the
prejulice of that strict justice con-
templated by the law. Therefore, I
have selected as cotinsel for the pris-
oner men in whose ability as lawyers
and character as men I have the ut-
most confidence. In order that only
that strict justice contemplated by
the law, as I said, may be admints-
tered in my court, even though under
circumstances calculated to try the
self-command of the strongest of us.
The three attorneys have consented
to assume the task imposed upon
them by order of the court.
According to the testimony of four
men who called at the Fulton county
Jail Friday morning to see the ne-
gro who Is charged with assaulting
Mrs. Moore, his name is not Jim Wui-
ker, but Will Birlce.
The four witnesses are B. H. Ray,
superintendent of the shovel gang at
work on the railroad a short distance
from the Moore residence; J. P. Bo-
gart the timekeeper, and two negro
hands. IDuff Bennett arnd Sam McKen.
Bogart was the only one of the four
who did not positively Identify the
prisoner. He stated that he had been
In the employ of the grading company
a abort time only. and was not cer-
tain, but to the best of his knowledge,
the prisoner, Will Brice. is the man
who was engagedd in the grading work.
The other three witnesses were pos
Itive in thoir identlflcation.


Old Men is Balked in Attempt to Recover
Money from Neqro Women.
'The, a)lppellate division of the New
York state' supreme court Friday hand.
ed down a decision dismissing a stilt
brought by John IR. Piatt against Han.
I nah Ellas, .. negress. to recover $6.i,
Will>, which Platt asserted lhe had giv-
en to her under cc(A'rcion. The court
stated in lithe decision that it was
not iinule on lthe merits of the case.
'"lwh,:e ;lre in the complaintt" the
decision r'ails, t"nmny allegations of
acts on) the part of liannah Ell ii
Which would .result necessarily In a,
dorel.-' rI i ilrling hetr to make renti-
Stitlon it f wa Ow' revi'ived from the
ll:aintlffI The difficulty Is that none
of Ahe',;iions of the' conimplaint re (
Flpectilg fr;itiil. intlildlatlion, threats,
coe'chi o nr lilacknall, Is proven.
"'1HiT' litaintilf himself. In his test
ion Iin coui rt s;idi that he gave noth-
ini t t: hie tlat .Ill l' eave was voluntarily giv-
in. thlit i lie paid lir household bills,
si',tI, l. ii ,w Fittic itf money in furnish-
Int: leeiiimgs or aipartmentg for horr.
anlvis e'i hltr with reference to the in.
v~-uinient ifn la,%ings bianks of some of
he 11111iii-) li' gave hI r', ta11il Ias to thel
dlirltos)ition of other smins not so In,
SP I..
'It Is :al-oa tr that the plaintiff
say s thit te K;g\e large stitnis of
niot v to h,,r .0 prevent anything
itof ir411 ri'lltlillons conling cout to the
p iitllc.' hlit was nothing In his
testlitlon1 to Icidicate that there wns
nny threat on thae part of the woman
to expoote the relationss"


Will se the Greet position Pla"sed yb
Citime eof0 Atlrita.
The Manufacturers' Record congrat-
i ula(t t hat remarkable intuition which
Throughout Its whole history has en-
ablel it to do the right thing at the
right time. plans to hold a southern
extpoition In 1910. The very sugges-
tion of such a plan should stimulate
not only the. people of Atlanta, but
the people of the entire' south, to
an appredatlom of the ussaases *low
- gftmtr Whch m0ML*

The Kalser's Tip.
The Kaiser Is popularly supposed
to be economical. It Is not generally
known that he pushes his principles
of economy to absolute niggardliness.
It will be remembered that he visited
Constantinople some time back and
was received with unexampled mag-
unficence and Inundated with hand-
some presents. During his stay In,
the Ottoman capital the Emperor';4P
aide-de-camp was Ipstrudted by his '- J
Imperial master to distribute such
gifts as were usual among the ser-
vants attached to his person. He
offered a dollar to the head coach-
man. The latter without a moment's
hesitation returned It.-The Tatler.

Mr. Pils,. One* Proaounesod Incurable,
Has Been Well Three Years.
E, E. Pitts, l00 Hathaway St.. 8kow-
hegan, i.M., saty;: "Seven yearn ago
iny back ached antit
I witasso run down
that I was laid up
j" f(i'four iiontlif. I
8 1 lutI tis ght sweats
a nit rfa Hinting spells
tImind dropped to JK)
Sp IpaIssed every few
,4 .. inliUites with in-
.5 ( tense pain iant
*.' i do)k Id like blood.
D' ri')olsy si t in aitid
the doctol.. lr'.(idel I collid not live.
My wife gut iiit iin 'i. lon's Kidi ey
Pill.s, and us they helped iue so I took
heart, kept ond wis ('udro1d so tior-
oighily tihatIt i'vl Icii wev ll tlireo yenrs."
Sold Iby nill de let's. .'5( cents ti box.
l'oster-.M111iburni Co., Buffialo, N. Y.

Arabs as%'rt that Eve's tomb Ia at
Jiddah. In a graveyard surrounded by
high whi'c walls.


Bores on Face aodl Ilack-Tried Mana
nJoctors Witholat Surcess-Gives
Thinnks to Cutleurm.
captain n \V S. (;raham, 1321 Eoff St.,
Wheeling. W. \'a. writing under date of
June 14. '04, says: "I am so grateful I want
to thank God that a friend recommended
Cuticurat Suap and Ointment to me. L
suffered for a long time with sores on my
face and back. Some doctors said I had
blood poison, and others that I had bar-
bers' itch. None of them did me any good,
but they all took my money. My friends
tell me my skin now looks as clear as a
baby's, and I tell them all that Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment did it."
lihshop I 'otier .avoriA twenty minute ser-
Care@ Rhoeuatism and Catarrh--Medlela-
Sent Free.
These two diseases are the result of am
awful poisoned condition of the blood. If
ou have aching joints and back, shoulder
lades, bone pains, crippled hands, leg or
feet, swollen muscle., shift n, sharp,
biting pains. and that tired, discouraged
feeling of rheumatism, or the hawking,
spitting, blurred eyesight, deafness, sick
stomach, headache, noises In the head, mu-
cous throat discharges, decaying teeth,
bad breath, belching gas of catarrh, take
Botanic Blood Balmn B. B. B.) It kills the
poison in the blood which causes these awful,
symptoms, giving a pure. healthy blood
supply to the joints and mucous mem-
branes, and makes a perfect cure of the
worst rheumatism or foulest catarrh.
Cures wlhoro all else fails. Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) is -omposed of pure Botanic in-
gredients, good for weak kidneys. Im-
proves the digestion, cures dyspepsia. A
perfect toni, for old folks by giving them
new, rich, pure blood. Thoroughly tested
for thirty years. Drugglts, 1 per large
bottle, with complete directions for home
eure. Ample free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, (Is. Dcesribe
trouble and sp,'ial free medical advloi
sent In sealed letter.
Th' e o!li. i! t li l.i i'. i), s ;iare still worn irt
ianii. p. tt iof IR 4 ;.1.

Curies telelitng orf Oa -nItd nresah and
iad rl tnmerh Short llreath-
Iliintlng--iour ErVirtations
-Irregtilr heart, Etc.
TaleP .a Mu1' W.|i|r n ;iv time of the day
or niglit. andl ir,t te; imnp rdiste pood ef-
fert (mn viir *tom,t. 1, It ,ihsorbm the ins,
dininfePrt' t(ie t,',.'l' kills the poison
ierm* ail ,]iir'. the disease. Catarrh of
the hla.l and t hr ;it unwholesome food"
sand overeAtiu }hadil stomachs.
"(farcelvv anty ,t ,i'.. '! i entirely free from
t.iint of .... nr, lini Mull'a Anti-Belch
W Vflv '%*i ; I- ;11'l, r i tomach healthy
1rv a.inlo'iiii f.,iil n ep which arise from
theli whndige.i f>,lrI and b)v re-enforcing
the' lini,'t f the stomaih. enabling it to,
th'.roniugl'' nui\ the fnold with the gastric
li ne. T ,i i (ire Mt)oim.irla tIouhle, pro-
iii"st" ,ligest .n swivert'n tIthe breath, stops
bewlchnir and ferinentation. Heart action
le)oirei ,tiu,,nf an,! regular through this
TDi)ler l iruglr n ru lnno from experi-
e', C tlh'v il.' not (we *tnmarh trouble
Try a'nte (Nature's) method
that oPe rncure A nothing healing Pen-
patinn result, instnntlvy
We know Muil's Ants Belch Wafers will
don thi.. andr we want voti to know it.
prl IA,. (IorrviR The regular price of
Mull'n Anti IUeli ch\Afer ise a box, but
to introdu,' it ti, thousands of sufferers
we wll senrd two .2) hoxes upon receipt of
",e and ilie advertisement. or we will
send vou a sammp'e free for this coupon.

Qend th r, ,iron with your name
and alddres' and name of a druggist
who dore not se'"1 it for a free sample
olfr of Mu*'. Ant -Belch Wafers to
MrtLI.'s Ga.trr T"Ote Co.. 338 Thil
Ave Itock Island, Ill.
Gire Fsi A.4'llress ntl Writ Plaill .
Sold by all druggistsW. 8. pe bUe, a
seat byaiL

"-.fS~t~. -R~'tn~7~4cu

I III I Cs~lllll~ 123111111 1





Cotton Growers are Uried to Hold
Staple For That Figure.


Pwsideat of Southern Assoiation Calls
Attention to Fact That Crop Will
Not Exce.d 10,00000 Bales.

Fifteen-cent cotton is now the slo-
gan of the Southern Cotton Associa-
tion. The recent report of the United
States department of agriculture
strongly supports the information
which the association has gather
from its many correspondents
throughout the south, and all of this
goes to show that the maximum crop
this year w:ll be 10,000,000 bales.
Based on these facts President Har-
vie Jordon of the cotton association
declares the remainder ot the crop
should not be sold for less than 15
cents. This he states will put the en-
tire crop into the hands of the spluin
ners at tin average price ot 12 cents.
President Jordan says:
"The open declaration of Hon. Jas.
Wilson, secretary of agriculture, in
an Interview published in the Wash-
Ington Poat on Monday that the re-
cent condition report of 6S.8, publish-
ed by his department, 'is accurate andi
trustworthy' and 'which shows that
the year's crep will be in the neigh-
borhood Vo only 10,00.00ou bales,
should knock out all the high esti-
mate people, and put everybody down
on the working basic of a short croon.
"It is gratifying to know that Sue-
retary Wilson's estimate ol the crop
S i.oul report made to his department.
corresponds so nearL.- with th-t of thli
Southern Cotton Association. Add tl.-'
linters ani city crop to our assoc.i
tion's recent estimate of 9,441,001)
bales, and we have a crop in the
'neighborhood of 10,000/o0,.' Secre-
tary Wilson's estimate forecasts the
departmentt figures for December 3, :t
there can be no change for the bet-
ter during the next fifteen days
"As we row have the most acca-
rate information from the two inosz
authentic and reliable sources that
this crop will be about 10,0ou0,"u
bales. inclusive of short and long sat
l;le, it is unquestionable that the b-i1-
.nce of the' crop remaining In the
hands of 'he planters should not ,o,
marketed for less than 15 cents. This
would average the crop to the spin-
ners at-about 12 cents, and that price'
s not high, considering the present
abnornmally high prices and iunprece
dented deuarnd for cotton goods.
"I shall, therefore, issue at once a
proclamation to the planters and hold-
ers of spot cotton in th,; south to
stand firm for 15 cents and follo-v
this up with the most active canmplaign
yet undertaken by the associatilo
throughout the entire cotton belt. My
recent investigation among the spin-
ners' stippies, jobbers' scartty of cot.
ton goods and thet now confirno.el
shortage )f the crop from ill ro'.
able and trustworthy sources leadI n"
t' take this action, and I want thi,
active co-Iperation of e\ery- one in
favor of higher prices."


Planned to Be Erected in Arlieqton Cem.-
elerv at Wathinqton.
Plans for the( raising of funds to
erect a naonniument in Ar'sl-h non c('ilh
etervy at Washington to ti1e -onled'l.
,- ate dead are to be formulated b: .i
Joint ('con) ititit" ftroin even' confo"ile -
nte orga nui:attion In the district of ('e,
lumlia. at .1 meeting for that In)l poIO.
to he h held shortly.
The cost of the const *i'nctlon aid
erection will tie place. 1 t li';:w eii
S.(SXI(e) an l $20.00 to wntiih fund
it Is proposed to ask contillnittoni
from all confederate societies of the

ttLOW IVlRl A6AIN 1 M4V444*.

Three of ree Oeselep ia Cuban Capital.

4D Or. Ietteras in Charge.
An examination at Havana Saturdav
of a Spaniard who is 111 In one of th-.
city hospitdil, developed the fact th-y
he had yellow fver. This make,.
three caeqs so far under treatment .
Dr. Oulteras, who is In ch-arge of th.
yellow fevr hospital. In very hopeful
that the pread of the fever will b1w
The health autboritles say they are
eartala that the disease entered Ha
astwa as M s- mu the a ltedt


think it their duty to go into a trial
and make the good woman, who wat.
the victim of the negro's crime, hu-
millate bei self by telling the story
it. court.
Thw scene was one of the most dra-
matic ever witnessed in the criminal
courts of Atlanta.
Through it all the woman who had
been tht victim of the ctime sat on
the opposite side of a table front
her assailant and near her side sat
the white-haired iman and husband
whose home had been desecrated an:l
who had been law abiding enough to
help save the criminal from the hands
Ot a nmctj.
JudOg William R. Ilamniond, Judlge
Howard Van Epp.)., and Judge George
Hilllyer. who represented the negro
upon appointment by the court, told
how the negro had confessed and in-
sisted upon pleading guilty. They
spoke of now they agreed to pay oil
the expenses of getting evidence and
bringing witnesses to the state for
the accused: they told how they hadt
done their full duty by their client,
and how at last, they had decided that
a trial was not necessar.v. Then they
pleaded for as much time as possible
to allow the negro to prepare his soul
to meet its God when he made his
last plea .it the higher tribunal of
the final judgment. Last of all came
a plea from, Judge Hillyer asking
that there he no private vengeance.
and that when the law was executed
the law alone be permitted to take
such vengeance a.s the crime merited.
In this he had reference to a prom-
Ise made by sheriff Nelms that the
husband of the negro's victim should
spring the trap at the execution.
Judge Roan spoke to the negro af-
ter the plea of guilty, and asked him
If he had anything further to say.
The prisoner merely shook his head
and replied: "Nothing."
Judge Roan spoke of the terrible
crime, and stated that the attorneys
for- the defense had done all within
their power to save the defendant
If he had bhet' innocent. Late;, when
he pronounced the sentence of death,
.TfIdue Roan paid a tribute to Sheriff
Nelms and his officers, who had saved
Walker from the hands of the mob.


Chief tiecutive of Chicago Still Boosting
Municipal Ownerstip ScAemn.
Another orlinance providing for
'teps to se< iire municipal ownership
t the stri'-,t rjilway.. in ('hicago wt,
sitbiinitteu to the city council Mon-
dav night by M. or Dunne. The or-
(,lnaiice wai iIc(oiiipanied by a nre:(-
sage to thlie a ldermnen, which gav..
thrteeL wn s in which Mayor I)unne
a -.-rts he will Ipe able to bring
abou1 t i11 It ;t i lIa ow nershi)p.
Thi. fit ., plan Is l*.v r-eaching an
;tm *o*mei-t wiIhi th itrful'ion c tnm pa
We-- y ) i* l tih h,,ir IItrop rty would
hI) ti:1ns-i4; i0-il to th-' rit\. ;at a i piic
to I- d,-'l Il i on I liby arhitvrs. The'I'le
(-oni'l I Is 1, % conde niatlon of the
lirolnt'i if the- : tl .et ratilwa conl-
p.nles unler- 1'e priol sionlns of the'
311ell: ac'. The thlilr method is th,.
one h filch the' ma.aor has already proe-
sentw(wt as ;in altrnative to his con-
tract plan It is for the construction
of initnloilial str,-t railway line.,
which will parallel thet lines of the
existing companies.

10 NOtS PiAlIt .00IfRNC If MAY.

Al Powers Neve Practically Accepted the
lsvil(eion of Iick la
Practically all the powers have
now accepted the Invitation of Em-
peror Nicholas to be represented at
the second peace conference, and the
Program which -R sals wUl submit for
the ooaslderatlon of the delegates at
The Hague Is being elaborated at the
foreign oace. The date of the coa-
ereas has bees- ddlately Azad for

York Mayoralty Election.


As First Legal Step, Judge Gayoor Or-
ders That Ballot Boxes Be Turned
Over to Bureau of Elections.

With the granting of an order by
Supreme Court Justice William J.
Gaynor, in Brooklyn Wiednesday
night, compelling Police Commission-
et McAdoo to remove every ballot box
from all the precincts in Greater
New York to the bureau of elections,
William R. Hearst, the defeated Mu-
nicipal Ownership League candidate,
took his first legal step in a fight to
secure a recount of the votes cast
on election day.
The order was granted after Jusa
tice Gaynor had reviewed affidavits
submitted by Mr. Heart's attorneys,
and half an hour later Colonel Alex-
ander 8. Bacon and F. W. Brown,
representing Mr. Hearst, served the
order on commissioner McAdoo, who
sent out a general orier to every pre-
cinct in Greater New York. instruct-
ing the captains or other officers in
charm to send tae ballot boxes
straightway to the bureau of elec-
tions in Manhattan. In signing the
order. Justice Gaynor said:
"The police have nothing whatever
to do with the ballot boxes, and it Is
most astonishing that they should
have possession of them. They have
no right to even touch them. The or-
der Is granted."
The granting of the order came
unexpectedly and caused much sur-
prise, and with the opinion of Justice
Gaynor that the police have no right
to the ballot boxes, and should not
even touch them, a now aspect is
placed on the case. This is tnh first
time such an order was ever issued.
as heretofore the police have always
had charge of the ballot boxes after
the count had been taken at the poll
ing place. They are removed to tho
station house immnniediately after their
Inspectors and clerks have counted
up the ballots.
Mr. Ivlns, the defeated republican
mayoralty candidate, was asked by
Mr. Hearst to act an his counsel in
the fight he will wage to 1he dicelared
mnyor. Mr. Ivins refuse-1, but said
he would gladly co-operate with the
attorneys who will conduct the tight
as an associate counsel.
Mr. Hearst's proposed action nomt
with warm approval In many quarters,
even among those who oppuosd hlu
election, and he received many aissur-
ances of support. District Attorney
Jerome expressed himnaelf In tUmnis of
strong approval of Mr. Hearsts pro-
gram and declared that he wouldl Im-
mediately Institute- a searching inves-
tigation ot the allKoged denitierpt!c
After a s crt sesio:i of the ex
ocutive committee of Taninian! Hall.
held Wednesday afternoon, the fol-
lowing statement was Isiiied:
"The executive committee of the
democratic organization protetN
I against the outraXgeous published, I
threat of the defeated candidate of
the municipal ownership league, to
Overthrow the wil of the people, as
Expressed by the vote cast on ele.
tion day, and directs the law corn
mittee to exert its best efforts and
take such steps and institute such
proceedings as will safeguard the
election of George B. McClellan as
mayor of New Y'ork.
"We also call bn the conimtiloner
of police and the custodian of the
ballot to preserve the same Intact
from all Interference by any one frontm
any unauthorliad source".
The city uf New York., complete,
but unoSclal, gives McCleUan 1.485
plurality over HNearst. The total vote
wM: Ctellas, t0,00; Hearst, 25,
3s Jos.I., M . ... ,

mw 7- -- - .


Promicat Letal Advisers Not Wedcd
in Trl o Rapist Walkerin See John G. C
Atlanta Court.
In the Fulton county superior court, Everything New an
at Atlanta Monday morning, Jim Orades In Paper and
Walker, alias Will Brice, the negro Know How to Use T
who assaulted Mrs. Alice Moore, at Try US.
Brookwood, on Thursday, October 2%, All Work prol
voluntarily pleaded guilty to tn.e
caue.,AM ann juage hoan sentenced COLL NS' JOB
lai to be hanged on therio morning
of December a, next. CAL
The plea of guilty came as a sur-
prise to all except the counsel repre-
snttng th negro. TO THE COURTS
Each ot the counsel for the de- T T A COUARTJ
fendant made a abatement, in whicaT GOE
the story was told of the negros ai
confession and his determination to
plead guilty. To this was added the
further statement that counsel did not Claim He Was Defrauded in New

ptll do" whom prmlsld. We move hipp O 0p.


Louisville and Nashville Railroad.


(in Effect April 10, 1906.)

River Junction and Pensacola.


No.22 No. 2 Trains do not stop at Stations No. 3 No.21
Dally Dalily where no Time Is shown. Daily Daily

10:20a 5:10p Lv River JuncUon Ar 12:15p 7:?%n
10:50a 5:21p Sneads 12:02p 6:5 6
11:22a 5:32p OranT Ridge 11:52a 6:4Pa
11:45a Z:38p Cypress 11:45a 6:30a
12:14a 6:00p Marlanna 11:25a 6:00&
12:3Fa 6:18p Cottondale 11:07a 5:30a
l:04p 6:37p Chipley 10:47a 5:00s
1:27p 6:55p Bonifay 10:30a 4:38a
1:49p 7:12p Caryville 10:16a 4:08a
1:55p 7:17p Westville 10:10a 4:00.
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon 9:5T7 3:40&
2:31p 7:44p Argyle 9:444 3:18ft
2:45p 8:13p Dp Funlak Springs 9:36a 3:03S
3:35p Deerland 8:56 2:00a
4:00p 9:04p Crestview 8:38a 1: 3a
4:10p 9:12p Milligan 8:306 1:20I
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5:32p OGait City 7:35a 1:30p
6:43p Harp 11: p
5:48p 10:19p Mulat 7:25a 11:35p
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Interesting Experiees of Misses oman am d Mills.

Every mother passages information wh, and as I havo mrd that yru e"an give
which la of vital Interest to her young heap1ul adlvie to girls in my condition, I am
daughter. wrltig you.'-Myrtle Mills. Oeluawka, Ill.
Too often thle !i never Imparted or i. Dear Mrt s inkhasm:- (aI eemd Letter.)
"It is wth the fXling of utmut gratitude
withheld until serious harm has result- that I write to you to toll you what your
ed to the growing girl through h-,r valushleaixdicinohas dlon for me When i
ignora.noe of nature's mysterious and wrote you In regard to nay oonitlon I had
wooden ful laws and penalties. numlt4d Mvudera"tors but they fail-d to
Girls' over-senaltiveness and modesty undartlnd my ease and I did not r'eelve
often puale their mnoertr and hafle sny b emit from P treatment. I followed
tep l th d ffl tve a took Lydiea X. Pinkham's
phyielans, as they so often withhold Vsetaobl Ceotisnip d and am low bemitay
their eoa denoe from their mothers and well, and all twe distrenmiig symptoms
and conceal the symptoms which otruht which I had at that Unmehaveddlappeared."-
to be told to their physician at this Myrtle Mills. O(quaswk. Ill
critical period. Mills Matildsa Itoram writes Mrs.
When a girl's thoughts become slug- Pinkham as follows:
giah, with headache, dixzzineras or a dii- Dear Mrs. Plakbam :-
Dsition t) Pleep, pains in back or lower before taken Lydia LO Pinkhamn's Vie.
limit. eye dim, desire for solit ii.h*,; talr u jmy imo&ia w r ii-
ler oand painful, auid I always had ~b,
when she Is a itmystery to hrelf ar.d aildriif lb eadai e t
friends. he.r nmoth1ier hmnihld ,onmo t4o l,.r iIut mince taking the (CO sald. and r.rriember that I ydla E. J'itnk- ae havelnsivmly Wet nu., ay mnath)LeIeM
harn's Veogtable ('oml this time pref'par the systain for the a'n tu alln l my irit friemn i *wheat v.ylia fl
l link hum a Vogt e. n ( llimm liJ hllsne( fcr(
corlirig( vhie igh ,#t d i tlaittuart theil' nfri il *uIi no."iFj' j jgto ,'s )areini N4 i, W A.
I'-riil In a y'.vrg girl's life without I k. of amy, y.t.' girl who'.
pain or Irregi.larities. If youknt*w of any ymieaVrKlrl who-
Ilundred ,,o letters from voting irls Ier to a"ndlre ran h'm athld i a lict Lyn.
and from mothers, expr'-esinlr theirr hw.r to adtel.i Mrs ir 'rv etii-t, lyLof'en.
gritlttdle. for whit vilt a t I'rikhuirri' ,'im., snd tyd1-a E.viryrlekailof her
Vc(.t ithl (<,|iir..ill'a, tI ,,',IIsld eyl,t vnptonna, mad kje nl) t hin? btoac'k.
Ptio hern. Is l r?,,ilo.l ti, N will refelve avisewatsolet'ely treeo.
for teina, have' leeer reei VJloy Owf *i rusam inn' s iia
Lysm,7 FM. dc ., pr eml twoimlamnei li.aun in thwl, if
Lyn'.anitiwill, it
f M allowed pyt h' (on tis riwhti rid toa ,
Miss Mills tans written the, twov fol* .ntrm, healthyamithappywvwna lsxed.
lowlnft lettrs t., NiMrt. 'lrtakhai, which Iydtia I. iiikhln'h V gttiubaU Con-
will tm rea wl witlh ituret : pound holde tha umormi forth. usasmt .
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:- (First rltter.) number ad ureeat o rmale ills ,d any
"I ainbut flftieevyrert of am deprMssed, medtete thalt the world ham ever
iave diuy spells, chills, hmbu.larbe aunl tack- know.. Why dea( t yue try it ?
Lydli E. Plkinham's Vcgetablc Componud lakes Sick Wome Well.

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W. L. Douglas $4.00 Oilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
L~st& / -
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$10,000 ~ '~
w. Lega .0shoet*. by twer 02.
6eISsI til eiy fttig, ad uperfor wee rimse
:quaids. achieved the lergeet so"ale .5Sup 110
Ikce Se wormd.T.Oe 5 asudc
as t OW V"*.00 to $1.005- the ay
myp teitoy 64atwie"b. 69-1 the wM i
the adwam ool=klsg pewoasHflow
muds s why b* vr
.10 S af tT Aii

i'm i r Wt Ii*, il- ?
%'t,''v hem aepot dantll (imovlFs-
A fitr t Ti t v, ,r I," ro-puIic f Pa.
e ro ptI) 'heIiI t,-phI14 Pres'e.

A girl In (;nylrim], jasn., wns 101d fby
onec id ljoer mniltoire're t taot. if uie 1did't
maremray Winlam:. lo-det a rope rind a nu aig
hitaae'l f right lit frcuat of tier hotixf-.
"Oh, ) ol pti'le don't doiIt. ele'emr." mIts- an d.
"yom 1k49:w fatt l 41me'r iti'5Lt iv3nt you
hi: milaigbmg rotmil here.-
I1 )je'ree ka flrm" .''porteantty in thin vioin.
lii1iig l it ilksl t tie'te. i ieei&u raY0
'"'t- amaisoli fy T'L ime meunioertctn
hir liii.'(e ueopaml xi. 391 J i.wtarel Avt.., liridico..
I "rt, ('41111. 1It 1..q a gi Iemitimsto I, imai-
III''ft uigieI I t#ev- ''T' y-frr y '. ..rv lte't 1i iiiei e infts.
8uIM~ek'Z&V aS11uli write tkeiufeit 4)tite' gehi'y.
A3Min Souander.
Onp nentiitE'mt ieUseiti't Ires imcakeisan-
otho- iteretlf't'Ui y A grattflophone wh' Iich
can i two, li's rd amit 4lath nec'of three tmiles,
Is t I ii'ltteit. limv, wht .lis t io a~ede I
a aeeitiiau tt'ideticur %ith a ibree-mite
I'lige'. to mitltluilr tile U0146 de tuo

-A msla s amrea o-
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if riftwny' on Irinel. n !ngl~k F 1.Tn C)
t' "i-,ratph ifoi ,rm i' ('(wi iflenf'i % or a
.rXglo roof, oft(.11) -.5 [1aea th11 t'co
or Pian.

F17111pormnimmtlyou re'l No fits or nArvoi~m
ripx'.,fte' frstinc 'ay'. mien 'Of IDr. !(litmc's (IfrwsV
.N #rveka',tojrem, d I Wi btt I#e-a ri (:It sti'eeefrive

l'are will e',o'n leev:-a M,.loamameda.v
Mroe. WULm e iw'%Sr'oitlaIrae MrulI, rrvChildrmn
t*-#qtthIII4 -Oft 0109 t~lmOgeU111,eqr.,ed 11ef.,e6IcrI&M 1113
ti~or,alieeP jalm curi- wind!'i!"'.~' i r ~
Ila'trweeey a it ut.Ll to thme i elegi~umi-0 f
certain colors.

1'ison'eeCure for ContsumptlIozc Is an ladaillbin
medicine forVar coo10anid 'oidA.- -N. W.
bkviamz, ()eeelmiuIrvei, N. J.. FIni. 17, 190j.
There, awe plon.ty o.(liaons in southern

INew... aelf(Pint-'inte tWary' Ctarrit Tiest
CoueantIer meary.
notitrhaernvirv will emaroly eAttriey then'e~e
FaIFreell am'#U1;.A14n4'ietolly deia~iinge t inIawhoeieriy4l
t'mai ho Wki'ametgit~irme it tthreu,u1tilltilc uoe,Us
e9letipt enj 9rmeee.rijetionittfruitu roputablsii. by.
siciftue IL'e tlmJawdAleua~Y will 'do Is ten ti ol
tu tlw 9-)4el.Y-tcih tuLk plaeetpiy derive iwruet
Whent.i.ulut's tatajr~i a vuiro nanufnaaturwil
by F. .J. ('tcnbfeY A Co., 'l'eole'o, 0., eontmaIs
Siteinetrieury, cu~is. eet~akeinIternally. noting
dircewtly uieeucn thtiblotci &aneL& nuccsussurfaeo
;It tlare'syetm. In IeuLytnortai&'l. atarrh Cur',
be sur tieY0uia gt thnge1Mvin It Is teekeen Wi.
tertiall'. cartel 11m:00uIneT ii.A4 ei ., 0111', eY If.
J. ('eneeY & C0). Ti'eietlnonlak 4free'.
801ed Ily lDrugaelstm; pntoc'. 76-. ;eer isottlie-
'laku IdaWi'Faitamly Ilibsfor orulals.
"Well." maa~l DUMnle'. m*elf-coffpflR
cr'rtly. utfter hist ffr'st after-dinner
sm-e4..h. "yen dltitw~t think I cottid'
speak. Mill rt?
"I t'Vr'fra4.- rcmjpltnd Knox, "thant 11
rAn't think of anytlhinp so matvelirmfl
that ?es happeood fovr yearn. Nobt
isince Jlalamw vtime. I n fact."--Phil&*
'Ie'lphlot Pro-s.

ands'Zuiveaislo Nature's great rwemeciy *'re-
Cema-tx, Oldsds, Creep and) ('eenunmption,
and a&U tbvoott and ksM tveotaels. At drWe
gitsts.s.2&q. sabd &J.49per bottle.

Peone Like the Old One.
-Winle he was under thirty Wes
parents had tolo mue sense. to lot him
"Wh'tile be was under fifty he bad.
too much sense to wed"
off see".
-Now that he's elithty-five.-"
-WVell ?"I
"lie's going to take a W! f~"
L4oUisville (courier Journal.

"Let the Men Cook."
A Virginia paper ventures the opln-
ion that l(ots of young girls who arn
devoting lot of time to music lsa.
sons will learn after maxrria that
cooking is a more valuable accom
pliahment that thumnPl< a piano "
Cooking? Not on your life. And no
much piano playing, either. The de ar
girls will be in commercial life or on
the vaudeville "stolge." l.t the men
oook for themselves. All they're At
tor.-Ctancinatt laquirer.

"Will Spender ever get out of
"Not now. He bag started to buy
an automobile on the weekly pay-
mest pl n."-Columbus D*pateh.





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They Met a Soar.
Ernoat '0rsborn and Bud Arnold. ot6
Comptcbe, report one of the ClSOtaietW E T M N
calls of the season In a bear fight.
For sonme time a large bear has been W
bothering their stock, anrl they had 2
mnade soereral Ineffectual attempts to T12
flni Bruin, but coul-I nt txatehm. 4~4A 457A
This week they started out and Sot71
the track on B13 Rivor. near the'
Horse opeiltag.
While they were w~ilting for the
hounds and sitting comfortably on a 0
lng, something ap~,arvd behind them
and knocked 0r,4born'i4 gtbn cut of
his hand. Elptr-re he harl rocov, red'7
from his surprise he' wai engaged In_
a hanellto-hand encounter with the 4 38 -- o
bear, wbkh had dotmtit.1? on the dogs
and come back on thi hhunturs.
One Ihlow opf th- beinri paw I.roke
the gun In two an] bcent 1he ?tarrsel.
*rho fight. was fir iercs, th it Arnoldl
hadl to wait moveral niinulvi ILotora h)i"8
dared to ris~k a sthot, ftor fear of kill- 219 30
Ingj him tornivinion. Or.4tiorn finally24
be~ggo I himn to hhr;ot any way, as ho
,eaid howould raf lit-r 1 0 Shot tIhan
killed by a b,-m r. Foritimnate'ly Arn,)tl9
was able to hit the to ar, the bullet
just glazing Orsborn's arm,. and i he
(ojnha~an! s rollied over on the ground.04
The bear was one of the' bIgge.,t ever Vooi? Neck 8"a00
CII~W roSou. ~Uiop1, sorw aft seches Chain, U
Cboi*e SWNWCA a .96Pol(ovi Chlace. lJ' Snbs. s
409 Nod 1, t. t " at jCO Per*(4rlo 185 dvs li.d 375AJjuC.~i~b~
Putr11PWl" m x4WeA' e .4.40 Links an
fr4k 't. ret ~ S4srsead ON = So Ie1 t
THE MISS!V N G N(REDlENT. 794 P~lsfpla earluscetp4-W3J 0"Puie laJ~
"There ouglit ito be' a g",rIdeal ot paa Ilw 'ttern Cs
rni~ey In parkrl aiiag'er like thts." 9714IRany Pin. lM.LYe -' 7 Prseigut nt im 4-.3&A*
grumbled the reictilar patton, scow).' mseI,:.V,5 :is #uno, MIT"d lA iQ Our 12T V00ootxp
Ing nt the rme%@ on hlit plate. IsieM y.' lj1~I Is twk r pl~jate tte'u*
V461 Map I I M) a; .0 *7A K n RMIAN
"No, air," rexpondel tho waiter, tibon T.An "72 m Ru~'by )es,okOIltsflor ~e.And67A'*or 0IMArkM-
w~th a cheery. ope~n farfd irrifle; -"hit 1 1,l, al$Iw 1~I7~jirbm,~1V- C (ti~s tl~~t~l..Wr 1,
We can ivo. the best i i)~r,lV4wi~vwo git~eew 'aI" r"Cie we sell.we snino all rlak .w, iwttLm
I gnc-4s It's got abont everything else, samytf(e~g~lzi~Sf.1yos i.worn )louoaethidufyotnrgnimetirnamnow. si
In It."-..C-acago Tribune,. Fur #on years we Ileave been d11086ordion kby wall to imwtupmlisAlati4nofn uAwembds of uatul I
We want every' lover of so IN"* *PM ~y~every Il4TrrAIRIwl0'~aod5s toimake a7 ifto hars,.
In IR()rthe' w-rl'l bhd r 1,n inle 447 00 Ibeutiful cataloo-smps VMS= ul nn rvellp .efyoulr Aam&ir ",fl h5 NU.-
itTt nr.h Ip oiteop eaqn.a 11g Imll'NltftCOPAY,320 3Mx Street, SWIW*. Mms.



m L e. cSAm.s Pbie. I run, I run where
I grasp the earth a
ULM D TRT nFRM AYT MORNING. I waid long, at Ia
I am used either lo
'ZW I.n N t. e. glide upon the it:
it plarm t bei* Ow halof what yo o. I take a word and I
I omm b1 fmhim who whine as" n anb I charge the might
la bw.'tbe world sand enough without I shake the air wh
( eebh change* ou t-- nduikit I move and make t
-de~iasud ; I move in streams b
i to it isth byway as you rrimly plod soS:I shake the earth a
i toaw a trtanr now whom vislt nm I am much to the p
But talk Itt-S you'll find that you and happi-
ee aebum. I am a power of th
I pull the car when
Children's School Shoes a specialty at I work the forge aw
Wight & Burns'. I strike the blow tl
Duval Bros.' big ad. has been changed I find the spark up
this week, and should be studied care- I touch the gas and
fully. I crushto splints t
Read every page of this paper, asuI do my work whei
each one contains interesting reading
S matter. I was by Franklina
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T. I am in you and da
Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 35-tf I now ask, how did
It is not so much what you give as I mean, before ycn
how you give it. A crust shared in kind- I am here now, and
ness is sometimes worth more than a am at hand to wo
purse of gold given grudgingly. I light you up and d
Winter footwear will soon be needed. I light you when y
You will find every variety at Wight & I am a fire within
urt' I show the way to
One of Leon county's oldest citizens, I am by very many
Mr. John Horn, died on Wednesday at I leave you now to
the home of his son, Mr. Peter Horn, N. J
near this city. His remains were taken
to Woodville for burial. None Better
WANTzD-To rent a good milk cow.
Apply at this office. The Famous Roy
Mr. Henry G. Aird, who for many Canned Goods, of
years was engaged in the banking busi- 1906, just in, at T.
ness with Dr. J.C. L'Engle in Jackson-
ville, was in the city on business this J. E. Theus, the
week. Mr. Air4 is now connected with too busy to change
the Manatee Banking Company, at Man- and you had better
atee, and is also interested in lands and as it will probably
naval stores production in that vicinity. Hon. Jefferson B
Gentlemen's Furnishings, a large and of the Railroad C
varied stock constantly on hand, at nied by his family,
Wight & Burns'. visit to his Key We
Among the many distinguished recent Mr. and Mrs. H
visitors to the State capital were Sena- little son arrived
tors Taliaferro and Mallory, Congress- ver, Col., where th
man Lamar, Mr. W. F. Coachman, past eighteen month
president of the Florida Bank and Trust to be at home again
Company; Hon. J. N. Coombe, the rec- Messrs. Van Brun
ognized head of the Republican party in attractive advertise
Florida; Judge Charles Swayne, Mar- Democrat this we
4hal T. F. McGourin, United States established store is
District Attorney W. B. Sheppard, county farmers, b
State Senators L. C. Massey and F. there almost every
West, Braxton Small of Lake City, Street Officer F
Robert McNamee of Tampa, W. L. the thanks of ev
Palmer of Orlando. hassee for raising
If there is anything in the line of La- with coal cinders a
dies' Shoes that Wight & Burns haven't will have to wad
got, please go and tell them, so that rainy days, as forr
they may send for it. Mr. Willie Damo
Col. J. F. Lambeth, of Atlanta, for- liarly marked an
merely Inspector-General on the staff of grocery store, bo
Governor Fleming, was in the city this into the world witl
week on business. He and his populu
Our whole stock of Groceries is corn- "oeb," thavo d main
plete and up-to-date. Give us a call. and he is quite a j
T B. Byrd. andhe is quite a
See change in the Gas Company's ad- The Rev. Mr. H
vertisement. Their Gas Arc Lamp is a ical evangelist r
wonder. church, in a serm
series recently held
Some slight errors in the page ad. of ring to liquor lli
the D. R. Cox Furniture Co. have been that he did not soi
corrected, and you should read it again k, ,pers ir lind t
Rye, Graham, Plain Bread. Rolls and s,, far as the hitter
Cakes, baked every day. at T B e s But he ild I
Byrd's. patronized these nm
The Florida State Fair, which opened and abominable tra
at Tampa last Wednesday, is pro- ono, as siyin., I)ut
nou.iced by the press of Florida to be so-callhd Chri.tia
the most magnificent ever held in the could i;ot exist
South, every detail being complete very sad truth. T
There are in all eight big exposition ever, which is or o
buildings, divided into departments for to all. It is this : I
the various products produced in Flor- blind tigers could e
ida, and the display in each is of a re- church people were
markable order. The booths are the ni: us'y united aga
most beautiful ever seen at any State practical indifferent
Fair, the various counties spending hun- the balance of pow
dreds of dollars in arranging them. In tle legal or the ille
brief, the Fair now in progress is the he who permits an
first real State Fair ever held in Florida, prevent, is partice
thirty counties being represented by in- who perpetrates
dividual and general exhibits, analysis, it is safe
~- people are in large
Nearalila Pals. for the saloon and
and maddening at
R iunatism, lumbago and sciatic Christian Advocat
\palna yield to the penetrating influence .....
of Balard's Snow Liniment. | or
It penetrate to the nerves and bone, *
and bing absorbed into the blood, its Saturdy mornS
healing properties are conveyed toevery in cow wth a
art of the body, and effect some won- s o cow, with
erful eures. U., 50e. and $1.00. For bae drurph c dli
sale by all druggists. be paid fo hrel
The amusement features of the great inted I
FloridaState Fair now in progress at Man wants it e
) Tampa are said to be the finest ever wants it soon and
seen in the South, many appearing in When the cat's
Tampa exclusively that have never been mousetrap to get
brought South before. Nothing of an Souetrsful men 1
unclean nature is allowed on the Succesu mn
grounds, and gamblingg featur are UP by their own ef
abeolately prohibited. Principal among Fortunate is the
the attraction, forty in number are the is his guide rather

great spectacular attraction, "iFighting Life is not so
he Flames," "Eruption of Mount meander down th
Pelse," and the famous Troop C, nity hand in hand
Twelfth United States Cavalry. No woman.-Chicago
cittsen of Florida can afford to miss
the opportunity of attending the great Cared lC
Fair, inhonor of which low rates are Mrs. B.W. Evar
offered from all &Iections of the State. writes,: "My hush
months. The doe
3 5 i 0.1db CGVO quick consumption
< A few weeks ago I had a bilious at- "We procured
tack that was so severe I was not able Horehound Syrup,
to so to the offie for twodays. Faring That was six y
Sto get rebef frou m family *hii we have always
treatment, I took tree o aber-b oo house. We cmaU
lahsStomaeh and Liver Tablets, and coughs sad etds i
the et fda Ifelt like a newmani .-H. 0 sad 1.00.
j lAIT.5torof theNewsClapt, gits.
C",.tablets an for oak
idire- toaharueb.. ...D. s o
1 Mh -to 'The True Dinmrat. L

aawTT. nUaa U ,CANS. chunk e .k... seafa skhl Vad.
e- ipe t at eart First Church, Rev. Frank W. State SuperIata.demt Holloway has
er I choose, Imert-atl Meel of State Centee Cramer. Ptor. Divine worship b made the uual sad .annual apporlio-
md ca news, Eectiw Ce mmittlee. the pastor Sunday at 11 a. m. an m 7 eant of the one-mill school fund among
st was found, Pursuant to an official call, the Re- m. Bible School at 10 a. m. Junior the several counties of the State as fol-
os0 or bound. ublican central committee of the State ptist Union, 8 p. mn. Senior B. P. U., lows, based upon a rate per pupil of 88
St o nld an important meeting in Jackson, 6.45 p. m. A coildial invitation is ox- cants:
u track,te hdsmn. n important meeting in Jacksvon- t e ten trner wv "
ing on* back, Ville on Tuiday of this week which w be especially welcomed. Sotig. atr lAmnt.
;Xthunder cloud, largely atten byothe most p ror i nd t Trinity M. L Church, South, J. W. tlahus .................... 1 .-
io roaring loud. which was transacted some business Bigham, Pastor.--Services Sunday at 11 3rdi--f d ------- 1. 8 1r.1
he darkness light, that affects all classes of our popula- a. m Ian 73. Junior Ep- wo ....................--
worth League, &.00)p.In. Senior Ep- ais------..... .
both clear and bright, tion. w"nClans .........................1.10,
d shake the sky, The chief purpose of the meeting was worth Laue, 4.00 p.m. All members .. ...............
assby. to recommend persons for appointment requested to attend. The public and o ............
by the President to the respective fed- strangers specially invited o worship a.o.--------------- tinit
railing might, oral offices in the State, and after con- with us. ->uv- .................. "".-- .I1
harnessed right, sideration the committee made the fol- St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev. E I. --............
nd turn the wheel, lowing recommendations: Dr. W. H. Carter Reator.-Service: .ou.. ..n .... a M
hat shapes the steel. George W. Allen, collector of customs Sundays and Holy Day, holy commun- amton ............ ..... l-
at Key West. ion 7 o'clock a. m. undays, 11 a. m. ...."... 75
on the wire. Matt. B. McFarlane, collector of cus- and 8 p. Im. Friday 8 m. St. Mi- o mM ...... :............ S t
bring out fire, toms at Tampa. chaal's (colored). S: Sundays, .eko...................4. g
,he solid tree, Walter C. Robinson, register of the 4 p. I. Friday, 4.80 p. m. --. -..- a&2 048
re'er I be. United States land office at Gainesville. Rev. Dr. Sar, of Kentucky, will Ak........ ...........LI.m 1 iL
sought and found, Henry S. Chubb, receiver of the preach in the ribyteran Church next s ,- -t-
rUg'round United States land office at Gainesville. Sunday, morning and evening. The t..... L. i
Ioing 'round John E. Stillman, collector of customs public is cordially invited to attend. .lirty. ....... I m."
found me out? at Pensacola. af bbath School at 9.30 o'clock. Mdi on ................ ....
Joseph E. Lee, collector of internal M anlte 4'......... 31 .
d here to stay, revenue of the District of Florida. Terrilc Race With Death. Mon'."'."."' .. ... M. OBmv
>rk or play, E. C. Weeks, surveyor-general, Tal- "Death was fast approaching,"writesa --- -- .... .. l.3. ,.l.
down the street, lahassee. Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla., -- ----:-- ::.::.: -
our friend you meet, Dr. Tip. Warren, collector of customs describing his fearful race with death, aO..... ............m.of -t",
at Apalachicola. as a result of liver trouble and heart Polk-.........................83 .x 63.
.he glass, John F. Horr, United States marshal disease, which had robbed me of sleep Jo .....-
let you pass, for the Southern District of Florida. and all interest in life. I had tried many st. Luci. ..." ...... 0 ,.4 a
bless't, No action was taken in regard to the different doctors and several medicines, ant Ro---...............- i.6 I.W.M
tell the rest. offices where the terms of the present but got no benefit until I beanto ue a... ..... ......
1. T., Palatka, Fla. incumbents do not expire until after Electric Bitters. So wonderful was yyter ................ igs 1.T
January 1, 1906. their effect that in three days I felt like vuals ................. ... ..118 1l,
In the World. All of the above are now imcumbents a new man, and to-day I am cured of t .. .;... ..... I.
of the several offices for which they are all my troubles." Guaranteed at all wahint .. ........ .1..,7i3 1..l7i
ral Scarlet Brand of recommended for reappointment. To druggists. Price 50e. -
all kinds, pack of succeed Joseph N. Stripling, U. S. Dis- t Total ............... .14
B. Byrd's. trict Attorney for the Southern District Harried at Carrabelle. A Creeplg Death.
r n of Florida, the committee named Mr. On Wednesday, at Carrabelle, Mr. H. Blood poison cree up towards the
furniture man, was John M. Cheney, of Orlan adopted the fH. Isler and Mi Sadie Sloan were heart, causing death.. LE. Stearns
e his ad. this week, The committee also adopted the fol united in marriage. Messrs. John C. Belle Plaine Minn.,writea that a friend
not appear again. Be it resolved by the Florida Repub- Bennett and Harrell Hays, of this city, dreadfully Injured his hand, which
not appear again. Be t resolved b the Florida Repub- attended the marriage. Mr. Isler is a swelled up like blood poison. Bucklen's
. Browne, chairman lican Statsembled central committee, in meet- popular clerk in Duva] Bro. 's store, and Arnica Salve drew out the polon, heal-
ommission, accompa- ng assemledTht N. heart nds hais bride was a favorite young lady of ed the wound and saved h life. Best
has gone for a short and approve 'fhen J. N Coombs, Flor- Carrabelle. Hosts of friends join us in in the world for burns and sores. 25c.
est home. ida member of the Republican national congratulations at all drug stora.
iardy C. Croom and committee, Hon. Henry S. Chubb, chair- congratulations. at all drug stores.
last week from Den- man of Florida Republican State cen-
ha n fo t tral committee, and Hon. Joseph E. Lee,
ey have been for the secretary Florida Republican State cen- YORK HAND HA Y BZIILING
ths, and are delighted trial committee, and their leadership,
nt .,, direction and management of our party PRE
it & Demilly have an affairs in connection with the last cam-
sement in The Irue paign, and whose splendid work in con- Two men can pack two to three tons per day, bales
*ek. This old, long- nection with the brilliant canvass of our
a favorite with Leon candidates, increased the vote for Pres- weighing 75 to 100 pounds.
because they can find ident Roosevelt, and over that cast for
thing they require. President McKinley, 14 per cent, in In placing this Hay Press on the market, we feel that we are filling a long
erd Henry deserves 1900; be it further felt want with a strictly first-class article of its kind.
erv citizen of Talla- Resolved, That we indorse, commend It is simple in construction and thoroughly well made of first-class material
the street crossings and take pride in the fact that our party and if taken care of will last a life time.
nd rock, so that none is so thoroughly harmonious in the State, The bailing chamoer is 16 in. by 21 in. by 6 ft. and will pack a bale of any
e through slush on and that under the leadership of Hons length up to 3 ft.
nerly. Coombs, Chubb and Lee, only men of Just the press you are looking for where the amount of hay raised will not
n has two very pecu. the highest character and greatest corn- warrant buying a hig her priced power press
I pretty cats at his potency, business anid social standing, Occupies but little space, can be operated in barn.
th having been born are recommended for the President's FOR SALE Y
i tails like a rabbit. consideration for appointment in Felor- FOR SALE B
ar clerk, Mr. Robert ida. and that never before was the fed-
ed one of the cats, eral service in this State so honorably Y A EG E R & R A N EY
ny nice little tricks, and efficiently conducted. E R & R A N E
bumper. Blie it resolved by the Republican State Agents for Leon, Gadsden and Jefferson counties
e, Ste. So '- Central Committee of Florida, in meet- -
seboro, State Synod- ing assembled, That we heartily and
in the Priesyterian enthusiastically indoirse the administra- O GIA FLORIDA & ALABAMA RY.
on during his revival ion of our great l're.ident, (J' K I FL
d in Live Oak, refer- {,,,,velt, whose statesmanshi) alnd
i, .ad in substance, wisdom are not onlv approved y tho
much blame the har- American eople, b ut challenge the ad- Sichedule effective November Ist, 1905.
ti tr-'k iel elSi, ,xc' pt niration of the civilized world. .l i
I class are law-br. ak- ener,'. rugged integrity. heroic cour- North Hound.
lamun t..> i Cople v.h age a ld great executive ability have II TiN'allih ...., &* A& A .. . i. ".amn
it-n in their r.tar ,u teen an ins ,iration to, the present gen- Ar IFa,..a,'ii. & A 4.1 ,m 6:51am
alfic lit quoted si lt.*IL A r If a-an&.(. F. &A .7:15am
SH u ation, ani we recognize in him th,. Ar lli in, ri'" A 24,nFm A:2"m
lor" th'. p itro ina e of ideal American citizen and President; Ar Monti oner>, A I 16:16pm
n people, larronis that his recent trip through the South- Ar lrunswick. A. C. I. Som
f tnri sis tiue. it is a orn States has done more to bring the Ar Cu'an ith. A. h. I. f:sA ..:mamn
nrp is uth h people of the North and South together Ar Macon. C ,,f (; 12:~n l4:1opm
,ught to be apparent than anything that has transpired in re- Ar Atlanta. C 4of (. .:3'ani 710pm
Neither barrooms nor cent years; and especially we congratu- South bmind.
xist if Christians or late the people of Florida in having the .....
e actively and harmo- opportunity of welcoming him to the Lv Taiahoe, C. 'r & t ;.
rinst them.I t is the rfia Lnark Inn, (C. T. & G;. 1:41pAm 10:4"am
inst them. It is the eninsular State." Ar Carramlle. C. T. (3:bpm :10
ceof those who wieldr It having been reported that all, or Ar Apalahkcola.. stoemer :opm
egal trat ermic Andseithnce nearly all, of the member of the co- Through tickets and quickest service ti, all piiits North and Eait. Fur full information hpply
egavil which he might mittee are federal officials, a canvass to nearest G. F. & A. Ry. Agent. or write to
Svilw hic h he mihim was made, and it was ascertained that R c. 8NIPS. T. P. A..
psthe evils win ith him twelve of those attending the meeting J H. McW BIArS. G A. .Ta.hllhae. i.
to say that churchits are not officeholders.
to say that church The people of Florida have good
measure responsible grounds for satisfaction with the per- I AA
its train of d a:olical .onnel of the federal public service of
bominations- Florida the State, and can endorse the truth of
--e the statement made in the resolutions AIR LINE RAILWAY.
that "never before was the federal
Stse, service in this State so honorably and --FOR..--
[, from my residence efficiently conducted"
tum wise bsaek nJe ......^^ SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN

very. W.H. Powell. G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center. N. PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, WASHING-
-, ,.--... Y., writes: "About four years ago I
Paragraphs. wrote you stating that had n- TON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
asy here below-and by taking leas than two bottles of Fo- NEW YORK -
long. ley's Kidney Cure It entirely stopped *v I'1 ..
Saway it's up to the the brick dust sediment, and pain and
busy. symptoms of kidne, disease disappeared
elieveinluck, backed I am glad to say that I have never ha TW O ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
Torts a return of any of those symptoms dur-
man whose conscience ing a folr cyur d to ye aela SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.
than his good. and heartily recommend Foley's Kidney -.

bad for the man who Cure to any one suffering from kidney M LLMA
e path leading to peter. or bladder trouble" For sale by all MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
with a sympathismng druggists
News-. A society composed of young little
asmtl a misses, with the name of the "Young N LY LIN E
aClearwater, Kars, Girls' Sewing Society," consisting.of
u said at he had Vir inlaAmes, President; little Miss Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
bottle of Ballard Miss HelenSaxon, Tre rermett to New Orleans.
a bottle of re's the home of little Mis Lills Collins
and it cured him. Wednesday afternoon and spent a plans
at d profitable hour. The next For full information and sleeper reservations call on any
keptZ a bottle to the meet will tbe held with little Miss
ot without For laoe this afternoon, and or write
It bs no -aL"26. 0 aK Seaboard Agent or write
ItaMsno weNalme" alr will be helMat o e ofe
rW la tal dr- members' oms on Wedndldays and A. O. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
ra .-.._ Aistant Oea. Pa nger Agent. P S Agent.
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wUllitltPIlly gacMi 1y 1 1litilll' wItl. liitg. 'I lihe
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prcK'.,om. na1l i eth ir -erl'' .oi lel -I1thle'lnili
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try to eirnn himtul ,itf1ie If Ie-' hli it
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to saf that thie flote'iitlil aplilIt eif re
formil Ii thlls etieintry Iq tle aisltIt of
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I.. t1 ... s.* m I e 1 **u irir i Ki.eS M if i rIatnuia et ai Anl 'ppiir-
i.i lt I i, aI '- r ,liiaii e- l'lo' ', mr v..i I' 1 lin n l ui aw'l.n p rt il'n .
i **' ilil i % l ; l 1ti iti t 6o t laPIH| t ill nll'ntl ldIr'. FheiIh l than Ithio erx
me itll. arilI e'I, h li f ."la'h -1' i-nui,-. r.'rTiint'tA .r uAel remainder relntis. eiemii.e anai
d l o i.. n iii'S .m ti', c.ii t 1,r, tr tofher-'.f nr dt all fhi. t t-ate. right, title- an ld
al In m...l faith ho i .-i iii.n u t. ioI t'. 'l 'm anil eli ann i whtti'.e'r\
'he rice iui d tli i el nioi .n- I it aw *i in i 'tiil f the *atSI dlefeiidant. 'arra.
1i ..1 la..rt,,I,,i Ie-llo. Talltablh eer nnti h}-nrria lt ai'rnml ('uon"mpany.
I i F. MAXWE':I I -f."'* i t'"I. i,,suir '. antd every na l ar n> tIia t or '
Ol:E RA. N V' 'Y arl thertre f andt n nlo i allI t her rii|a'*rtt mitalte
I I K VIt I iltd l etl*-,rti. re'K anilid Ipro.ial. wherev.'r *'ituiteSl.
a 1hIch .re ,'i' h.,iu' la, the saidl Ct rralh'lir. Talla-
eni .ui.-.. i t.l l.,.fi't litamu alr I d I,,,I..Kin Hulle(l m'..elu llly ,I n the' .2rel
"''-1. I'll, d y 'it .aIIPe 1' -1. r whirh hamn lit an% titne there'-
hl .' he i i i i.1 t t., i afte1 r tf 'e'i a'r..iitlr'ei 1-y 'the midtl romp' n y.)ii)'. xcept
much thee'n-.f ma mtitav have wei-n rnel'a-.I fr(nm thie
'I IF' < 1 .1 I i I'i i f tho tFiu ii t hI i l in ,1 i'n il'i re t u i th th e l, rnri.
t .- f lh i n Mf I at imlirr ther'etf unni R'- ialnl other renori rate' anil either
franchises. c..tIractl. tower. riightl. iiite-retlrt I
1.1 'Inv 11. l' u e t pri l e ilv'. chtalr i doal iiaw il tly i Ihe- ai ('itrnaru
'.uti'. l| 'us .lIwllh. 'T llli .and' airl (e iria l aln'it r 'inamrny,. i
tr'1I all tIbr t ii.t, if the maku i acmrii| 'i.t
Tern,. ,rlrh ,',cl't it it cae f SoattIlah 'rrurl
tl Cl ( 'it'u lii'm arn y. w h: t i,'h tho'h e r iir rl 1t' I t c,, e .1 f',,r
S I i l I ui i i 'the- itlt I h ,iltl ae lsitil t>' list'. lh." a/,li'iia In. lI, s ..
VV N To A I I' 1, >. eot, ,r,- ,,f IhI, IdeferiHnnt rico ni| n ie& l
t ll .e' ,if t r e'.tt e ai t he |I l t. I I ,u '..t
I lat' t- f 1'n ,'ceallhl A ,!.A %'.lh Ihe M i.t1'r cif two tiii'-naiil ,al -
hi ha If rilitm ni ,1,e "'la" if' ,i l I ,| ,,t,,r.I ,,f '.h t..r.,rnir I
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Tho Close of the Der le the Bhee Noticeis here rrle thatthen aerelgned will --
Time to Make Them. on the lath day of Novestmber., Io, a the O i IS HEREBY GIVEN OF THE iN-
Governor of the itat. of Florida. at h t of the underun to applytothe
"Did you ever know why It In that Flla. folr LmtPer toPatnltthe AtUels of In- GoCttetSftororta
a balloon Isupollilon i1a i.ollfry rifflea I "irofroration herein below "et out, the ceisiiall of of this notieoe a. week for four weeks. for let-
Sballowhich Articl are n file in the o ohS. or to "e ,.e tf.s Ik r ttla them. their lmeistei
promilavd for 2 o''elx-k Il the after- retry of State of the State of Florida. and sueioeor., into a body politic mad corporate.
Boon, r ifer occur until illout lff' D. E. MAXWELL. by the name of D. R. Cox Purniture Compiany. for
SGEO. P. RANEY. the purpose and upon the terms set forth in their
skwl aN n expert patriliute Jutil'er. E. D. KYLE. proposed charter, a copy of which i given below.
"It nlwaysI hap11,ia. silal the .explillia- A'RTICLES OF INCORPORATION. W. L. Moos.
tion generally n that the prelporat ione Wethe underlignerdldo hereby asswtalteourselves D. BCox
for ie n slon o.ld not tether for the iPurpoee of blefoming inoripora. rG. H. G ,
til under the statutes of the State ofn 'loroa for V. C. Mmoo.
In thrIe. Thii I rnirely tlhi t.ile', for the e mstrucwton, maintenance andl operation of a
the lailloosillt l.Tvr Dial ilir ilte'ltio railroad as hereTlafter provided.
S i ,1 i.htn Jt .w'rI, AxTiSI.E I. The name of sail corworatlon hall We,. the underminlrievl. io hereby awmoclate our-
Of gllfg uip 4i'arlier lifting Jtt lowarl w th. Tallahalse, Perry and Southheatern Rail.- elves for the purpa.i of teormin incorporated
the clo ie of ilavy. Thy, e 'lltill tfor thinH way.ard its prin pal plaee "of buminea shall to at under the laws of the State of Florida, to transact
iI that usO t 'icy Is si. e'e'uaIN hi.isit n the' City of Tallahaelee, in II Is thaft flot lyd\. In f 'l( lly ,rid wet adopt the follatwinf an the charter of the
other lime fri lltiht withl l lttlhe Snus't ArTie.rl: II. The re'n-ral natuireof the huninens rIriolwied crlrpration:
titi.,. rr. ll II l~ i~'n trtittiori, ll l n nria.riienaflceilr til .eiretvirtie < T lin Trhe nam- if the orl,rp.atlion mhall t op R. Cox
nIillly frorl.'ll 1bu IIlw -p I,. ll- 1iyi > ,f ralr,e. fro rn lh.e 'ity .,f Tallahlta ..w. in the Furniture t (onnarn y,Arl., ii i. rirncipal pla tho Sll i l 4 Ie wil viiI t hfl1 ill' ,I tllflo dlitr <('<. "nt yof l[-.t,' in time mState (f l Florifl. to Wan. inea. shall t lat Talla.haee-4. lArn ro nty. Florida:
lt hit (' rr r ty of Ala h ha in the Stati If but the IBerd ( of ihrect',i- mnay. e'tablijh other
hU t.' t# fire, ilit lit 1. nit w y, p rfflip Ai, fif r tlir t lii IiJ ry iy lily lter, Fhru i the t. ,ur,t e o l| f lfri. Jeff alnc ,n. without the Stateof lPo r idla.
favl'ir, L.fIi>A'Ire aeral trit th-C f' our.i y oif Ala'|l-oa,
I fT ill htail- lI.fore th.-y *-ill i> r ere-eI. "f '#'rry i < tlhe -ei'nHI ourity of 'T'a l ,r: Irn the The' general nature oi f t',P ttIJAinil to li' tranl-
,,, t i i i h if. ltMuI rlailrwel to p .- oe n h r'l rir' l e r ilr a ti-el hy the eron ,a|ri i" tho ibui inl't, hellinK andi
1"Th$ i l l l .X rl' 'li, I il rlIt ..xihlnive of tniorive,t,rhrainh r. fli. rie'f triacki, d-slinig in furniture., car'l houpw furniihirno of all
rie% I'r usi kl' f sills li<''ii|re at Milliirlow il, Ii'villi %I%' iv tht le-' Illll4 Asris' i.. Il '*Th. erieral nature- of the bianir- 'ire. or .lorea.i. for th- ale,. either at>r
I tieht i llra ll ari ,. ,, i f, l ai.d l rori oIr irs ion all Im ret'ail,l or toth oif #il imu I t alsi. ware t anil nier
d 'lown of lie' Mtilc 1f l1e4 "w ilas imio41 liJ thih' 1,i, c .- C ou ,i< irib, rr itratairn ri ate ai era- 'hardiie as are ijnia;ly ke'jt for maN' in much an e-
0olmahilursi Ilil)y. I iite'v l i gWit li. llo lartni< f lght tif' i s ilraIruil tiwfrWI'1IfI thN& O il Iona1111t A-> I n< tahlishment ; hI erytiayiti in ird c confductminf f a
0 1l ls r*l lh . i o. l'nlli lplllllo/ s Nl rill lll t,, ri ,, nt i rsth! iln,,.^rt,,,| |,,nr ,,,,, ,h .- "ralal m .nrrrti h .. erir.,i n..r t h llc,,nrut l .f
*1-|) 14(ie 'p, .4. la,..e awii f thr h i rni i nii ft, St n le-. iil i o e 'ral mo .rcan tile'li, h u 'I t. t htwholeIalef r retail,
l i*Oltk* ,usv III tli< 'r' lot floi llli 'li .i "v 'I'i -irhi l to rif e t of fa I air ath; the lt)iyrc, i a .lr S .lrif l of eit .ln warem.
CIillle' l ,1cwil Ill tfi l ''ry hie frsi wlltij ,,,!, sricet li tni e' n ,eirntlar a am fairi.t 'if'aart iieof thee'vetkind anal cha-
ihi'. ,,f *ty ,iyilro.wl or r,,Ailla.l. ior railr.u l i,roii i Ai ; i' n-Fh liinyr,. ,a t. i hal t. imort. w-
thr e elIN'e'isnlolls i s li: ele, Irti. ti hat ni ,, I.v t alrleatI ,i i ,laoe.rtfi,,.n or .rcon- Inl. *, 'lrit ,riCor~ i ,Vre of real property.
"T''li'rel Io really 'ory little- l Iinfg r In ,u.'e" or i *'> fltr oni < the I',,- of -.* i ipiri.,ioi l 111
iii'uli'e lettll i \l. lltidreevl. ,,r eany iarn thi'reof ,-r apioirtgorll riw Thei, amount of the. raiiaal ta'k ?hall I'- twenty
p lrinil'Ihliue. Ijlplil Mh ,i 'Ihe'IitIi ,l h' th.r'o; &.il,-I th owrnIni n.einltiinit r i "tl oi|,.r th,,ui ariled dollarit. ti i., I tildedl ilto ttio hurlireA
Ido '. It I i exjTlerll le.-s TIhe. ie frlll-,ii lt, ..rat',,n o.f u tif y .Fnee h r"Ia rin.ia i or |u,ro,|ier ,i.' iJ i,re ''- of one hirin.i'l id dollar, eta'h. 'The. e'riti'e
riut i lly ('*l.r ru, i tail niUse t esle' O cn s 1r lll| Ii Wllolll ilo mi iif itl', h,.r ef..t'r r,,,mmtr',&'ti m aI u rnrrnori arri'r ir, the rthnt arint tranrferr t,,i th, (.c niplrtiy of the at'e-k of
thi oullK l hi' w ill llnve in h1 illr risll nlla ilr'a tr iri.iprli-. ii ,,'f (,,,~.'<., i'.re unlt frelivht, eai.r ,r n f.:' lurt, tio.m l a i,.l ti i ln iitialil r' liko it ihunak if trle ll for tlll'llt 1'0 f t ritd t*drty, l 4he. .ie... t ll i.ower.. franr- ci,,...4 ,f the .x.xenri ix of fhe late. II I Iartt. in
IKk o l l r l, r Athiu ,anl pcrivil.e'i now ,',,,nf' r.r.l ,,r th,'i l ,i y f i T'alla a. i- .. tihe' t ubr, m'ri.'`rm.
lle! Illltslleet IIlutillly i've.reai I l ifor tle' | i,.rtit.l, i,r that nay h'ereiintftr ,. i r finf rnrel ,,r
i, r-iillltO'll it liniy title l-' ly the' l v if thi e Sitar' e of IV
big llllg ulopitl. 'lhlseif ll 0 '- 1 f ll hil IM lI" iii,,i ,or, or it, railrrea.t oii,,ritri.,o ,. ST ,.' aid cotnriiatr.y hall ixintl for twerntv y.-ar'.
lei'ei't1 reuillly by nriullinK i r If ownrlnig Anrne. i., IV The amounnt of the .aiitl .to'k '', E ,ier liiwk'.olve'd
Uils lIte of r flth it 1it orn er te |>lIII 1t lit. iOf it.' ori, ioratio n hill i*- .s .-n .. ,, h irin,.i v
itit air i l Iy uthi Iletfr ,,Im i ,, l ite&f, fll .i air I 1 thist keepl| It rrt lll Il'ITtlSg. ,|lli,|..,i iit,, Msee'on tha,ii .rit il ,v. i,,nolr.-.I I ,y ti l foti' llowin o,,th.i K.t vi.z A I l'r.-i.ll.-nt. at Vice-
"A lollelst1 't- I't i'e K lllliel, llutt N har,.- oif Oni..,.d ,iollat m n. i, I.t I l 're.hate,|fit, a S. e'retury, 'lTre'-iureanr ril a I uaMrdof
nrh|ititu wi.'t n it ic,1t 1 il1t I wf ltrif Io ,if ti,.Va I' ,,.,I |)1 r..'',t r 'iintl lni/ o'f five.. ft.'khoiilerm. an.i hly
pnrlielhtite w ith Iliiil or t tXrlt'll le iP s e-,. .xre!.t that hir'lh,.,i a tI r ', i l ,, i i, i i m ih .i..,rdlnatil.. olti,. r-4 i the' Bh .r.lof Iirectoit,
hllllglilif to It c'IllIt li t' olitroll l 1fi fllN- thlio riiFl ive' h,'in,< i) a1,, ir-,i f uin I .l o li k shn l r, iy lp|i irlit. Th ,e ofli'- f .Merretary iand Tream-
1> IN II l ,ot. for lhei rl'clltl l ih.1 li ta h,>,lto i, o i, fi, l t, i orian,'r,,,r or. liv ,'. li;t" ,,t 1 lrh hl l .Ihall |-. '.'l..t li hy the mte.klho,,l ..ri at
tlllting It Osil o t' Nleh jutl) uilllt friii'' i t dlir.ta l ai l r.,alti lo ar-' h il vid l foir i t lh iill- t a., i, n fiual tf -e'titl ,, hal i e i'rld on the, liret
I (lliI ottit &ai Fi: Siail Inrit au'ri y .likrar ',i ,r ie'-,' fu. m )A lim, te-' Nol sle, e i -ay of Nuu\ n h t if 'ni'h ye'ar, ritai |the'
I1 the oltl r i lir e ll0o 1 llll II t ll t i lm f, II Ili t. i .,I i. Iiil fi.,r h u v ,,Ii IA f th>' ah 0 ,-i Har ire-uf,,. t-hall l .l,.'t th,. otl,,r (fti'ii,-,'
Ifll'ver thlit If If IN dollmiret il .1. 'iu ili the' lea,..'uri t Fit ii t ipi t t ilitlall i t dli | I r |,tIt. tvtIi! Itel' lsi ,tii rK taairw i l't th i Iilirit-O'Suulf thVi('C/la i Ar i Q'
Iepslt lt .yo i-me lf oil h ite very in, t f ,r l .,,,i ir N a'.' .'i C ,-I Nv the di l r'tw,-it y i i ,f th i l lat h, ,t ea t l -', t 'I itth lb.' tirit hc'tin rm iillfa l.
ItO a ('filNIloell. It Ia ilIly thi allmeXl "" ,rmiil. ny ii t t .r ..loiv illI- f.i -i' I |Irl ..... .' ,ii.hfi,,|l, viz: W ..1N M.,.. I're-ident; A. H HBlaick-
All it~A ul'k w>J halt l I tiS i ,r fr l 1 ti tic. 'rill ,f ,t al,. v',. l'i -Pr-.r lo. r,, I tC (',ox. .reretary asil
i'lE'l' f ils11 w l,) ilrlft ,r tihto who 01i.e.irhl a air.iiit Fa 'iirr.anartr. d, 1 i. M% I,.,r. A H. Itac.kbiirn. 1).
r i'sr they Itllly itnlile tile' iu g tloo firt A fOr Stiifoly." St. t iletsl ( oi Ie'f ileii)i'critt. tl""rl '" e'xlt' "hall lf '(>r' h riw,.i. Iti 'i o ,'.ar
frani the li,'iinear eif letteli a |itlrlt It.' i F i i li, il,
- lts.II.,I o, f IN i, l ha t miiolunt If r.hl. < ine ( or liability
B IT S F R O M T H E W R IT E R S r I't at m r l i... r ic' t. ,, w. ,ranl,.. ruailc iti c
r,.tlry, a fr n, urt '0. t r ar-id
vile't,. iioweve'r, that ll til i th. fil.t ,i'l4 tlo"r iVII
Allltl 'lty atishul III i lie pI'le'llit'P of (II- Iul,', l f or 'Duter tIh. acrt, I. "haull h', hili. Thire nirames and re-l crir. r of the uiih c riiehi'r.
t e'ro a aliall I. Iw o ly tIa frow tr i .rrm Thl. l 'itn tlihe riimimir of share r tK miliernte l hly each of
''Nlor-lr toc tilth e whto nre tlrit well lhiorn. ,, -,.'i4 ,,f .?.r-tiNv n il Treaa..a, ii .. i Ov I.. th, n,. are' a ftllw.A :i
* allets ( 'IPev hal.l by th 'iarne permon 'rThe (ilir.ct.ri q hiliall Ie W. I.. MI M r. Tallahaic e ,ef. Flain. 25 hare. C
c'hoii!ri hay the- tueth,,lthi.r rn I the oitler otfji -rq A It Ilackhurni. 1.1,,lo S. F'I. i') tharc'A..
A IolIg. alow frtleilIilhl IN tles heist; if e ai hon citiIy tiall hio shc een hiy the Iardl of It. (' Cox. Tallaha .-e. Fli, i rhare'e.
u I tIM. alow eliltllly tlet ullhilllIe t.- llrctor.. The' ev` u't,?cerra eill l| ,i. l...i'.'t ia I. (wynn. Tallshaxe., i"la., .! share...
the mel'onil WeInemley eof F"hruiary in ieeh >)ei.r. r M(N.r. TallahiA.K-s. *Ila. 25 aharem.
etiel .%11 Mrrillltu. .4hi.h e hall i the. hlay foar th annuall nflutlril o,4f Inr tie`timony wheraof the -aid al.iaoctems have
A1iolg tell' iisltetr Iltlatletllia of hesto"khhollei n and hIdl ir-,co,,m. Trhe ,ffier wh. heirtrn to, muat crilah. their na m ien thn the flrst day
Sare' to 'oa nluct the hliu lripea of the f in,,ri r iatloin 1 n ,if N,,verni r. A. 1) Ili.
If tIullNt lie' rli ikeil II' I Ia hilKhe lls.e ltheIl 1l eh w eh a the tI rt Ie'le, ion ,, t I. h'-h l o in I M
ti ehilrsfler !hi f inst m annual t r wie't ar hhall hat1 IW. 5. M .oon N
e'uai'e fit II IIIIIss I 'IfI' oos h te 1 i sIl. tilt filal 111 ille'A,. hil I,' a f,,ll, A 51. I. A('uKa I'N,
nIelh.---Allts lly iHopii'. I, 1 MA XWEll. PI'rian itt .(GWYNN.
tllly I i y ie Ilve h tl illit If \v Isi i'' (,l() ItANEY. Vi,'e-'.i. .iPmHi t F. (" Mimon
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and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see' the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
er,'ui-,tomed to much driving, no doubt
ulir itri''.'s will strike .you as being
-,. ill. I), nTI harmI to ask them any-


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i i,, c l iti., i ,, t .,I f,,c th ,li ,., .t 'll'Sc h'. I a,,, I,'. t,,,,, I .o '.I. . 1 NOTICE Iof the Incilv cy of th* Estateeof R b-
It *t ,h ,,r .af .'.i~'t., 'ii. '..>erl i- a .. 1 .,a i h .laSi l'i ir th cn ',,.f *h.. ,e a -.ef. Il iuel.e-r. th.. i- c I iM'hlWh rge NotiCe. rr 1. (t llir y. ft h to.
I I ,At ,h iII' will t, I l. r tut..'' e C m au lfi-it a it s, i ..' *.t o hi IDii h rehio er1 Collirw. d 'eelad.
SN ,iV Iw1 It Irt hI .t..r Ie.r eaes a, t ,sie NOTic' IS HF.REBY GIVEN THAT SIX InAlv@eneyof athe asl sate having been u.-
.,e ,a, ,f l t I|a ,. I IaI- thrl,' F,.h ,i Ma.*t. 'r n.'tih.h after the date of the first p lbliea-. g trei tI tho ('p.urt. under nath. by the Adalnini.
I. tFe n h..recf I will present my final a curnt,. t- the iatrator of the 'tamS ei.ate.
C inty JM6irr!.of Ion county. Florkla, ilan apply Notice Iln hereby rven ti all prranln having
lit the Notke to Credltorp. Store tO Rent.o fr may .dlia-chare a Admintltrator of the estate lama Ivarainmt the detate to appear
'thl'htn I, ''. ",! | V N1 W 1..' 1 "1 V ,cw ,TIV -FwThe t it, t oq.m nriow owCeu'pine-l 1% the," ". h ""y 'J. IchanW. Ao. .d d N te the t.dula wfarn h.. o' I ontoa
If.m .. 1 v ,1 t n I -? '1'.' In l.. I a Ine I' 01 st1 114 1 tht.'5 ft said rmtat e i herot Cihi Ft t iehi'tti v' will b VIhentfit sien t Tal hacecese. Fl ptember.ltt. 1Mi.n Juem-4m.R. A. WNTrRLD,
f i,| t im-w,,* ., n,.ai-i -.,0i ra.tleI. e h. r-i, i I-,tili-c phone exchmiipe, will | 1-- v cant and to I Tallahi !`. Il..tDtln.he 1 lIa.. l.-m 4m in d< I. ?..tF, "" k:]
on a ttapp-,ea .,I i i`t.-he4 nIame ',ih tlhl ,itI) JIi ., ret nt o onr. nt eor particulhir apply at t Auur t 2 n ouny or a.
it '... ". "","v "'4." w',,.Ir. M ,l'h" "- t his ote. .Notke of Appilcatlo for DischIIiarge,
11 t l. 1, A % III r 'r t' I tht o I i. t
st thee I'allt hao-.I.A r. SriI.rluot, sat. ,,lSi..,m,,rt Let. Zk.after atndh efist.r r"' W. T. BANNERMAN will do your Sur-.
curt FltRNISHED ROOMS. On the s tet. Tuesday evening, one Adminiutatwir rie tateofwmt A Nowli' veving anywhere in the State. P. 0.
hs al. m l black l cket ledger, with a lat e'et.eene*or. w O Address, Meridian. Fla.- slpt.15-4m
i with hath For I or 2 singMl" (ygntle. name inside Stuiable reward If left It _
en. Central, care True ,Democrat tf this office G. G. Gas. tf. i Tell your frie to sub br
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Carload after Carloard of New Goods Just

Received, consisting partly of Portiere Cur-

tains and Fixtures, Lace Curtains, and extra

large and Fine Line of Rugs and Art Squares,

at prices that defy competition. Call and


A Very Heavy Line of Fine and Medium

Furniture for Every Room in the House at

Startling Prices.

Suits, Ir)n B.:Js, Household Furnishings,

Carpets, Mattings, Etc.


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J. D. CAY, 140 S. Adams St.
,I [ carry the cihicts t livery in
"lthe Cty.
S Mv tearn (cannt Ie duplica-
ted 1y any s tab l, n Tallahassee.
My ('Carriage"4. Phietons. Sur-
rrtys, uggit s antI Robes are
new ard clean, the most fastidi-
OUs will be pleased with them
I ask a liberal share of the
e atronage of the people of Tal-
Sahagsee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
After this date I will operate no public hacks, hut will be pleased to
take orders for flimielis or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
competent drivers. There are no others so good. A trialwiliconvinee.
In the sales department will always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horses and mules for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies and harness. Any one look-
ing for either will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
Come to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con-
vinced. Number of phone 291.



Repair Work a Specialty.

All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.


1h6 rst mU111, mse r o eQ the
CompOser Orl*.
Ote day-1 must bare ben twelve or
thirteen-I brought with me to school
a music book on which I bad written
Ito large letters: "VarlaUtoua on a Ger-
as Melody For the Piano, by Edward
Opus 1. I wanted to show it
-i. eboolfellow who had taken some
Interest In me. But what happened?
i.ja the middle of the German lesson
Xhl same schoolfellow began to mur-
j1ur some unintelligible words, which
made the teacher call out half unwill-
lIgly: "What is the matter? What are
you saying there?" Again a confused
murmur, again a call from the teacher,
and then he wh'spered. "Greg bhas got
something." "What does that mean.
Grieg bas got something?" "Grleg has
composed something."
The teacher was not very partial to
me, so he stood up, came to me. looked
at the music book and said In a pecul-
iar, Ironical tone: "So the lad is mu-
sical; the lad composer. Remarkable!"
Then he opened the door nlto the next
classroom, fetched the teacher in from
there and snid to him: "Here Is somie-
thing to look at. This little urchin is a
composer." Both teachers turned over
the leaves of the music book with In-
terest. Every one stood up in both
classes. I felt sure of a grand success.
But that Is what one should never feel
too quickly, fyr the other teacher bad
no sooner gone away again than my
master suddenly changed his tactics.
seized me by the hair till my eyes were
black and said gruffly, "Another time
be will bring the German dictionary
with him, as is proper, and leave this
stupid stuff at homee"
Alas! To be so near the summit of
fortune nild then anil nt once to Sev
oneself lunged Into the depths: Hllow
often has that lifqppiied to rmie later In
life:--,ivward Grieg In ('nmiteomporary


sallhe Il s o pi.1 I t I|>uM liiin rero sl
I'lnre .'-or Tal l tliirm.

of 1ti4 .itlniti I, s st .t il ng' i a i ,i !i i -
ters th itt ;: "', ,r l t! I,. t ,f' t,,. II, ...'
gro;l' I I' if r the' p 'li 't i l-ir k ilnis o|' ti thIl t ;l "I 'T I. 'il t -il rl'' Il ;-
b uillt. ,I !. l ,. ,';. ,1i \ '. :tI It I t. :1 I1
so t ii .'ti s.'l il ,i. ilt.r l 1 liH-II' InIr a i
c Ern t t I -A l \ i r 1 I.rt In 11.
I.yit.o ,I l t ll -t elll' ih r :t Il '
chrld e ho, i t ,r ll ',,'i ti.tly ,h:,. ng t it a
T41Y l: aef i 11kfI for the I t' r ste. f
full. < il a r t. 6Ni .\\ re, is i t'.
clos, i n woi i e tr. i : ,-al th n he r
bIoI i : l 'll .i 1 : rl !: ' r
thi1s el. a fl can hape a
ine Ira 'ti
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failla 1 I n tnel f t h1 i I thby
meA I s I er , '.I \t b > s on t i:n
S l tl l. I t il I r -t .I i l t' l l : ;

Sthe wl 1 of ;li l st it f mI s l itl t, It
< l 1: l ll i. :. ;l l l il l l,' t H tli ,, i
rn,' b i'l. NIclf 'h Ila!l. h l i \ i' '|I

Ath ,lt o:m 'f in i' ; 'd n 'l l u I' l ol he'
It I,1 4i-4 111 I rk a m i f ir iW 1 11: 1,1-4.
o r Itn ti w\'l, i;'l- ,I f ( lsfir 11'0. ii ;1i 1 l1
all (]r;1 i l>\ ,11 > : III t 1 l' i1, I lll ll l l t' 1 ; "

sho tanwrentI on( ,itasmtilinatcd.)
l n at yiv it o cll% l ll :l llu 1t ,t twienter.- i
la ,ls I '-t i tmlll III'srii l 111 irll I
bthe l w tidier uri's TIient i.terl
0hl.',t, 'Yes p a.I n w P\ 1 1h, Is a1 I ithg

bird will htt i ,ne i hria ete and 'i eautr
fe liet with i o better tool t ann her
tbeak (hird .it do .tI their cinws for
this purpose I. e hnterpillar an'ithar'.e n
symmetrical cocsih and bees the t-are
angled cells of their combs. These arena.
Vate *to ie w11,t it lookled'likel Inll a<

familiar intre tles of tio a. but by lo
means as wonderfullna those shown lu
the work of liiunte fmenr thermals that lvme. A

bird woill mll n red up to and butcher's
l abop 'ndt wenith t with a s ttr totlingn her

"Ibe want you to cut e off twenty- forve
pothiunds of beef ,lease." shell said. The n
by etricher wl ncredulous. "Twenty-hsverp
job angled whelln of their cofils. Thesd be asked
mt sent bome. Orful. I don't want to blu
bthe work of e nd. "You see that ldove
In tells.-SI. Nicholas.t twenty-e
A woman cyale turogb tylin a bndtcher'I
teop nnd towent In with a smlookedlikenl fan
"I wnThank you so t me o. twey-flv

ponds of eef. pleasee" he ad. The
pound? ....Ye.s please." It was a bS

job, and when be ad bnhed be akwd
It ent borne. "bh. I don't wsnt to buy

IM to am what It looked like In a

IB u-. orU rake ye u ood a

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' Itemta rimMilliner

Fr. t- MJee .oM. M .@w ] t- and
Edward Beadel. of.New York, whose
winter home is at Lake anmonia, Fla.
wants a divorce from his wife, Jane mi. F n y G
Beadel, and names an Episcopal minis-
ter as the co-respondent.
Depositions in the case were taken Dainty Collars,
this week in Brunswick, Ga., and other
testimony will be obtained at Tallahas.- Handkerchiefs, Laces
see on next Monday.
It is said that Mr. Beadel returned and Embroideries
from abroad to Lake lamonia without
notice. A new-found acquaintance of
his wife the elderly Mr. Fosbrook. a
retired episcopal minister was called Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery
upon by the husband to explain certain
reports. The warm friendship between
the pair, whatever was its true nature,
the husband construed as warranting The Newest Materials for
him to settle an allowance on his young F n rk
wife. Mrs. Beadel left the lamonia Fancy Work.
home, as did Mr. Foebrgok.
Mrs. Beadel, according to witnesses
examined at Brunswick, occupied the MISS ADELE GERARD,
main house with "aunty," a Mrs. Saw-
yer, an elderly lady, who came with 149 N. Monroe St.
Mrs. Beadel as a companion. Emily, a
young white woman from the North, TALLAHASSf, FLORIDA.
was also an occupant of the house.
Mr. Fosbrook, elderly but active, -
lived in a house about 300yards distant, -
but took his meals in the "big house."
Occasionally, one witness said, he stayed B. J. BOND,
i over night at Mrs. Beadel's, occupying
the "den "
That the couple enjoyed their Crispen Phy Ciam and
Island life was brought out by one or
two of the witnesses, one of whom swore Surgeon.......
that on one occasion he had seen the
retired minister caressing his charge in
a most loving manner. Another witness Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Nose a Specialty.
told how losbrook would take Mrs.
Beadel out driving, the latter occupying
Mr Fosbrook's lap. Office In old Capital City Bank
Other indiscretions brought out in the
hearing occurred at Fancy Bluff, or inBullal.
the Phillips house on the Boulevard, -
where Mrs. Beadel lived while in Bruns- Jeff. D Ferrell.
clearing of his wife's former life, Bea-
el got busy last winter. A New York WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH.-
,itective was sent to lBrunswick. In less
than f,,rty-eight hours he' hadl dug ul p_
,'ii.'.Zh uvlhInrtc to black up a uLlit.
!'>,.-, ,l i .ill 's it last siiinnrT.I l':trk.r
i i .J\;,. ,, f N Uw York, att..rn'.%\ i,,r central l Relpair Shop.
Mr i, ir.istd t it (t'l ( ii,-, it Horse Sho(ing by' an ('\-
w nt*' agtle t it rlt r. i-pr.-init itI ii pe t w h) o has had y ,ar
SI i t Il,ttI' ft t ti rs, l '.1- X pe .
!.i ,,, i 1:1,. allvwi nmce a ln is ,,.,. l nc .
.',t'it lit l .i,- 'vir r vid ,-nc i t' n ', h iss s111 .

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.

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A Happy

A portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and satisfaction guaran-
l.c1al Notke.
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freely OWl -raakI. tb m ai"so e
tmobbs. Wavi freeadvkomjn
p1Mm -ab p A Lm

and noth i .ng ks my baby girl, now
two tmW old," writsA Mrs. J. P.
West. of Wab w city, Iowa. "Se
is a one, hoamby babe and w are
be* delog .-"

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Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes in
use in Florida than any other machine.

For sale by . .
Tallahassee, Fla.


Double Breasted

Double-Breasted Sack


Fall and Winter

Just the snap, grace and swing
to make you look right.
4jCall and examine our elegant
line of The Bell System Suits,
Single and Double Breasted,
Overcoats and Raincoats.

Designed and Made by

Stern, Lauer, Shohl & Co.




Derrg FrtlIlrs.
The attractive home of Mrs. George Now is the time to order our frtil-
Greenhow, at No. 406 North Monroe iser for everything you wish to grow in
street, has ben lately remodeled and the falL Give your orders to
furnmed with modum Improvemmts, tf R A Qmiw. AgmLt.
aad Is nOW redy to aoommodate a few Fin stAuiery, htlf an, at R. J.
selet boarders. if Eva'.

To have a happy home you must have children,
ns they are great happy-home makers. If a weak
Woman, you can be made strong enough to bear
healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to
yourself, by taking


Woman's Relief

It will ease away all your pain, reduce Inflam-
mation, cure leucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovar-
ian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache,
etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
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It is our intention to conduct a first-class furniture business, and we ask a liberal share of your patronage.

Our stock will be found to contain the latest novelties as well as all Standard goods. We are making preparations to be
able to execute promptly any order we may receive for any kind of furniture, and house and office furnishings.
"To fill a long felt want" we will inaugurate a repair department for high grade furniture, which will be in charge of one
of the most skillful workmen obtainable.
It would afford us great satisfaction to be able to announce a strictly cash, pay-as-you-go, policy; but it is our opinion that,
in a business the size of ours, in dear old Tallahassee, the plan would not work, still, the merchant who extends credit indiscriminately
must either "lose out" or charge exhorbitant prices in order that the good customer shall pay the debts of the one who never pays.
We may be beaten by some, but we intend to reduce to the minimum the number of those who buy goods on credit of us and never
pay. Persons unknown to us must show us their ability and willingness to pay as agreed upon. By selling largely for cash and in-
sisting upon a strict adherence to a careful credit policy we will be able to offer our goods at the lowest possible figures.
To customers of small means, whose reputation and references show them to be worthy of it, we will extend the installment
plan of purchasing.
If we can offer you the best goods, the lowest prices and the most satisfactory service, give us your patronage. Below we
enumerate some of the goods we carry.


We have an immense line in stock now and
have more coming, prices ranging from .' '
to $';.(M).
ART SQU'ARES, ,, .: on .up.

III 1iittiiirv. \%c c 'e q.I'll jIli O.-It eite14,1 0 -,,% 1 \hili
nIMec. W ~e.hih i l I ku ee'
t lIni 2-50 111 A I ic I I \%e' aIc efle05 in t it fro, II I
I~'t el aiui.
I.A( .; (1'l?.T INS.7,-c to ;jiaja.
I ,IA N k LS.
W ec luave' ii t v )'e 'ci t:1k Ie-, I.eIe, (I, at
2.: tee Gj1 ) aI all 11111au5 :i l a l yc 11. 14'li, (" 11"11g.

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You will find what you want by looking
over our stock.
Large new stock of REED and WILLOW
goods consistinrig of Chairs, Rocker:s, o('rner
Pieces and : anel 5 picce suits.
Qutartersaw,.1 Polished Oak Rrcke'rs, at
$1.25. and utvpwards.
(;ood Solid ()ak, :3 pi'ec,' suit; with FreIncih
Plate lI'ev'cl E'lre Mirror t. at from '1 .l ;.-5)1 to
$3:5.0(). Iron lb l with any suit ift'c preferred.
Quartere'd ()ak,. Highly I'olishled, 3 : piece
bed room suit., at from $25.mIH to 4PM).(.


Big Line. new go)(Is, 25" ditfertiet styles, all
grades from the cheapest to the, best made.


We have in stock now only cc mforts for
single beds. but a large line of excellent val-
ue have been ordered and will be here when
you need them.
PORTIIERE ('URTAINS in ('henille and
Tapestry. large line of new goods.


This is one of our pet specialties, and we
have ordered an inimmnse line of all grades.

We have the good kinds for both wood and
iron beds. 18 different styles. at prices from
$2.00 to $10.4x). Also a large line of wood
and Iron Cots and Iron Bed Cots.


We have a guaranteed Elastic Felt Mattress
at $11.50 and Cotton Mattresses, at $3.504 to
$6.00. We also carry the cheaper grades.
1'r h/lr fi'tf onmiis (Ostcrnr rnee.lattre ss.

A large line of highly finished quartersawed
oak, with or without mirrors, at from $6.50 to
We have a line large enough to suit those
who want to buy.
Roll Top Flat and Typewriter I)esks. Re-
volving Chairs of all grades, office stools, etc.
A big line of Pine. Poplar and Oak Beds.
We buy these beds in carload lots and can
offer them at bottom prices.
VWe also buy these in carload lots and can
save you money.
Come and see and be convinced that we
have the goods and prices in these articles.
We are giving this feature of our business
special attention and will soon be in position
to execute all orders promptly.
We buy these goods at bottom prices, in
carload lots and defy competition.
An immense line of common oak and high
grade tables in Polished Oak, Birds Eye Ma-
ple and Mahogany.




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