The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


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What the State Papes Say About
That Cangraesba Circus.
Why not lock Williams and Lamar
in a small room and let 'em have it out
in private? Surely the public would be
better off.- St. Lucie Tribune.
Whatever may be thought of Mr.
Lamar's taste and discretion in airing a
partisan and personal difference on the
oor of the house, he has given the
editors a chance to say what they think
of Mr. Williams as a party leader, of
which a good many are taking solemn
advantage. -Tamps Times.
The four great men of America to day
are Theodore Roosevelt W. J. Bryan,
William T'. Harris and Tom. Lawson-
Florida School Exponent. And no men-
tion is made of John Temple Graves,
William Randolph Hearst John Sharpe
Williams or William Barley Lamar.-
Ocala Banner.
The Congressman from the first dis-
trict, Hon. W. B. Lamar, is trying to
make notoriety for himself in Wash-
ington, by airing his feelings against
minority leader Williams. This is about
the last showing Congressman Lamar
will get.--Arcadia News.
Some of the newspapers refer to him
as "Bill Lamar." It perhaps makes
no difference to the Florida Congress-
man if he is called Billie by th el-
der men, "William" by the elder ladies,
"Willie," by the girls, or "Bill" by the
boys, as long as he can keep his politi-
caFfences in repair.-Apalachilola Times
Among the egotistical freaks of mod-
ern times may be justly classed Billy
Lamar, Congressman from the Third
District of Florida. He had the temer-
ity to "buck up" against John Sharp
Williams, leader of the Democrats in
Congress, last week, and Billy was sat
down on so hard that his half million
dollar wife could hardly recognize him.
-Citrus County Chronicle.
Most Floridians will no doubt prefer
the method adopted by Hon. Frank
Clark for coming into prominence in
Congress, namely the introduction of
the Arizona Statehood bill, rather than
the questionable one of Hon. W. B.
Lamar, the stirring up of "family
troubles" in the De mocratic ranks.-
St. Augustine Record.
The Savannah News makes the point
that as a matter of fact Congressman
Lamar, of this State, was not slighted
by John Sharp Williams, but was actu-
ally promoted. He was left off the
Committee on Commerce but was made
a member of the Committee on Foreign
Affairs, which is more important than
the other committee.- Live Oak Demo-
The Tallahassee True Democrat, pub-
lished in Mr. Lamar's district sizes Mr.
Lamar about as correctly as does Mr.
Williams when it stated: "Congress-
man W. B. Lamar, of this Congressional
District, having been left off of the
Interstate and Foreign Commerce Com-
mittee, had quite a tilt with minority
Leader Williams at the session of Con-
gress on the 10th, and during the confu-
sion which followed the tilt, Mr. Lamar
shouted : Mr. speaker he went to the
newspapers with it.' Now, who goes
into the newspapers more than does our
W. B. Lamar, when he wishes Florid-
ians to know what great things he has
done, or is going to do ? Oh! that vain
little darling of ours. "-Palatka News.
The papers generally are taking great
interest in the Williams-Lamar contro-
versy in regard to Mr. Lamar being
dropped from some of the committees
on which he served at previous terms.
It is only proper that the papers of
Florida s oul keep their readers posted
in regard to this affair as at the
next summer primaries Colonel Lomar
Swill get a rousing majority if he is right
but if it should develop, we hope it will
not, however, that he is in the wrong,
and is unfit for the position on the com-
mittee it is the duty of the voters to
ee to it that he is defeated. It would
certainly afford us great pleasure to see
one of Florida's Representatives in
Congress win out in a big conirovery
where he had such powerful opponent
as Mr. Lamar had in this case. We
will try to give our reader an article
from Wahmngton in regard to the true
status of this controversy.- Bristol Bee.
Anent the Hon. Bill" Lamar. He
has written to the Tallahassee Capital a
full page letter explaining what tois
termed "his side of the divergent view
on national questions of himself and
John Sharp Williams." But the letter
starts with a false premise as follows :
"The minority leader in the house of
representatives in Washington, John
Sharp Williams, has removed Hon. D.
W. Sakleford of Missouri and myself
from the committee on interstate and
foreign commerce. This is one of the
important committees of the House, it
having charge of legislation looking to
Sthe control of railway corporations in
ahe interest of the people.' Mr. La-
e marde- not state the case fairly. He
wanot rnmoved. There was no ineh
committee of the prsesnt eoulwes. Ome
was mecsted ad ether Derno a
weren ame It in possible they yra

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as the complainants, but Mr. Williams
and the vast majority of the Democrat-
ic side thought they were better and
what they thinkgoes. What Mr. Lamar
should have saidis that "I Mr. Williams
refused to recommend Mr. Shackleford
and myself to the Speaker for appoint-
ment. It is one of the most important
committees of the House and should
have been made up in its minority
membership of the real leaders of dem-
ocratic party sentiment in the country,
like MYSELF and mr. shackleford."
But even then Mr. Lamar would not
have been better understood in the
urban precincts of his home State.-
Palatka News.
"C(aracter Above Eche's."
E. B., in the Times-Union, pays the
following beautiful tribute to a good
man. While we were not personally
acquainted with McEachern, we repro-
duce it, that it may be an inspiration to
many of our young men:
Hugh McEachern has passed away
and his place will be hard to fill. He
struggled long and hard with the grim
scytheman, but the end came peace-
fully. He died with a sweet smite that
was chiselled on his countenance by the
hand of death. For it was not that he
feared to die, but that he might live to
do good, that he might serve his God,
his country and his friends was the hope
that bouyed him up through the last
great struggle. Few men have so
quickly made their impress on a great
State in so short time as H. A. Mc-
Eachern. Few men will ever be more
sorely missed by a great industry. His
was a unique character. He filled a
niche peculiarly his own.
With a keen insight into the hearts of
men he saw and derived their purposes.
He possessed many of the attributes
that have been ascribed to Abraham
Lincoln-he knew and felt for the com-
mon people. Of poor but proud parent-
age, he was of Scotch descent; he was
born in North Carolina, but lived most
of his life in Georgia. As a boy he was
fired with lofty ambition to become a
financier, but success did not spoil him.
His aim was ever to be right and to do
good. With him character was above
riches, "a good name worth more than
fine gold."
He exemplified the highest type of
American citizenship in living as well
as professing a Christian manhood. It
was in Florida he rounded out to best
advantage the superior quality of his
intellect, and character. It was here
he achieved his most signal success, and
so at his request they nave buried him
in Florida soil, where the last trump
may find him faithful to the people I e
loved and who loved him. But while
the great heart is stilled, the strong
arm is stricken down, the active brain
has ceased its labor, and the places that
knew him shall know him no more, may
we not feel assured that his life and ex-
ample will strive on and on, guiding and
inspiring to a purpose of high resolve?
Our hearts go out to the loved ones on
this sad Christmas, but as they think of
the old year with its trials of grief or
sorrow, let us say that from this life
and example we do gather hope and
courage. We catch inspiration to holier
and better things. For as time rolls on
the influence of such a life is never lost,
but brightens on even unto the perfect
auge Task.
It was a huge task to undertake the
cure of such a bad case of kidney dis-
ease as that of C. F. Collier, of Chero-
kee, la., but Electric Bitters did it. He
writes: "My kidneys were so far gone
I could not sit on a chair without a
cushion, and suffered from dreadful
backache, headache and depression. In
Electric Bitters, however, I found a
curs, and by them was restored to per.
fect health. I recommend this great
tonic medicine to all with weak k eys
liver or stomach. Guaranteed by all
druggists; price 50e.

fund of the suffering and oppressed
Jeos in Russia. There is nothing
strange about it. Real brotherly love
is broader than mere sectarianism. The
fraternal societies have been teaching
this principle too long and too earnestly
not to have it bear fruit at such a time
as this. Brotherly love knows neither
race nor reed, and there yet seems to
be a whole lot of the real thing in this
world. The person who does not sym-
pathtise with those oppressed Russian
Jews must have a heart of adamant.
Russia is not sowing the wind for some
other people to p the whirlwind.
Cyclone, i and black, are brewing
for that benighted land. Evb true
American who appreciates the harae-
ter of Judas Macesabemas, the Jew, will
grieve at the suffering of his people-
and possibly aid them with a few things
of comfort
Curepd ta

James W. Paerk the deposed county
solicitor by Broaris stronger politi-
cally with the Domecratic party of Vo-
lusia than e has ever been.-Volusia
If "Jeems" Alexander did not figure
in those election eases in Volusia county
it would be much easier for the people
of Florida to take the matter with some
degree of eriousw -s.-Tropical Sun.
We don't believe that Governor Brow-
ard would make a very big mistake if
he would remove half a dosen more
office-holders of Volsla county, but he
will err in his appointments if he does
not look further-for his man than either
of the ring leader of the political fac-
tions of that county.--The Florida Ad-
If Governor Broward, in the suspen-
sion of County Solicitor Perkins from
office, and filling the vacancy by ap-
pointment, Is desirous of building up a
faction in this county, why he has made
a most unfortunate and deplorable be-
ginning--a b nnn that will be an
tnre taxasti upon the people of
the county.-Volusia Record.
When Governor Broward was sheriff
of Duval county he was removed from
office by Governor Mitchell and he and
his friends had a good deal to say about
it. and the good old Governor was de-
nounced as a despot. Now Governor
Broward has removed the solicitor of
Volusia county from office without no-
tice and the solicitor and his friends are
calling the Governor very ugly names.
They say he is more of a despot than
Mitchell without any of his redeeming
qualities.-Ocala Banner.
Fun by the barrel! Down in Volusia
county they are having fun by the bar-
rel. Upon complaint of some of the
politicians of that county Governor
Broward recently suspended J. W. Per-
kins, county solicitor, from office and
appointed J. Hall Brumsey in his place.
Before Mr. Brumsey could get the seat
warm he was arrested on a charge of
drawing a check on a bank without hav-
ing funds enough therein to pay it. It
is a bad state of affairs when courts are
appealed to for the purpose of gratify-
ing personal spite.-Jasper News.
A bad political mnui Volusla county
is suffering from a complication of In-
ternal disorders, caused by an acute
attack of factional politics. J. W. Per-
kins, the county solicitor, was removed
by Governor Broward, at the instance
of one of the county's factions, non-
performance of duty being the charge.
The Governor appointed J. Hall Brum.
sey a young lawyer of DeLand, to the
position, but the day after his appoint-
ment he was arrested on the charge of
giving a worthless check. Personal
spite and factional bitterness seem to
be working overtime in Volusia. Pa-
latka News.
The removal by the Governor of J.
W. Perkins, of DeLand, as solicitor of
the Volusia criminal court, for alleged
neglect of duties, and without giving
the deposed officer a hearing, has caused
some bitter comment directed against
Governor Broward, not only in Volusia
county, but in all parts of the State.
Governor Broward appointed to the va-
cancy one J. Hall Brumsuy, a young
clientless lawyer of DeLand, and three
or four days after his appointment
Brumsey was arrested, charged with
passing checks without funds in the
bank, which, under the law of 1906, is a
felony punishable by not more than ten
ear n the pitentiary. The charge
made by Mr. SBehmdt, proprietor of
the Schmidt Villa, at DaytonaHe
claims that the Brumley cheek was for
more tha the mount of his board bill
and that be (Schmidt) gave Brumsey
the differensein ash. It has b sug
i st here is polities Ine ti
harge, but all who know Mr. Schmidt
will know just how little credence to
place in uen a story. Mr. Perkins, the
solicitor, was elected to his
ofEe by a vote which ran far and away
be ond any other ondidaee on the
ticket. He was the people's choice for
the office, and the Governor has cer-
tainly taken a high-handed course In
removing him, particularly on complaint
of Jeems Alexander and without so
much as giving Mr. Perkins a hearing.
If Governor Broward is to be such a
stickler for purity in elections, he had
better turn in the direction of Taylor
and Lafayette counties, by power of
the fraudulent primary votes in which
counties it is generally understood he
was enabled to assume his own high
offiee.-Palatka News.
We have not been able to make up
our mind that in Governor Broward s
widely quoted words that certain news-
papers wee selling their editorials for
so much an inch he had refaer to
any reputable journal in Florida. When
attempt to iuatfy the tivs and
as he daint call smssel esmt-
Ii, Incured a risk, it was adid

mered ofFaf he Boar oPi.
-eekil charge is to a s sea- M.

p eme&a. Guaranteed at all drug
stores. Price sW and $1.00 a bottle.
Trial te m f e.
eo utayFreod. W. Kettle and his
wite theo Chrstmas holiday
at their At. atiame home.

eration, for It I supported by no testi-
mony and we have no reason to believe
that there is a tresf truth in it. The
Board of Pardon, has been criticised
because honest newspaper men, con-
cerned for the cause of law and order
in Florida and the punishment of crime;
- believed that board was not pursuing
the right policy in so often obstructing
the course of justi by extending clem-
meny to convicted criminals. That is all
there is to it-Live Oak Democrat.
Let's all keep cool We see no reason
why any newspaper not guilty as
charged should get excited over Gov-
ernor Broward's claim that the State is
afflicted with a few editors who sell ed-
itorial space at so much at inch. The
Governor doubtless had excellent
grounds for the statement--perhaps,
eves, it was based on his own personal
knowledge. We know some so-called
editors who would readily advocate the
cause of the devil for any position or
measures he might desire provided the
old gentleman was the highest bidder.-
Palatka News.
Those "inch" editors! Governor
Broward has been criticized because of
his utterance in the JacksonVille Sun
that "we are afflicted with a sprinkling
of editors who sell editorial at so much
an inch, with sentiment thrown in."
We have no doubt in the world of the
correctness of the Governor's state-
ment. In the first place he has recently
had a large experience as a candidate.
As such he came in contact with many
newspaper men; he ought to know
whereof he affirms and we have no idea
that he deliberately lied about it. Again,
into every honorable vocation, profes-
sion and society on earth, unworthy
men seek and gain admission and we
have no idea that the profession of
journalism forms an exception to the
rule. Why it is only the other day that
the newspapers reported that a popular
preacher in Georgia had run away with
his neighbor's wife. The ministry, the
churches, the masonic lodges and in
fact all noble institutions and profes-
sions have their proportion of unworthy
members and doubtless many a worth-
less man has his name at the head of a
newspaper column as "editor." We
should feel sorry were it otherwise, be-
cause every article of genuine merit on
earth is counterfeited. We have coun.
terfeit gold, silver, pearl diamonds and
rubies. The discovery of a counterfeit
proves the existence of the genuine.
Hence the discovery of worthless, coun-
terfeit editors only proves that there
are many who are sterling gold.- Jasper
Coughlan Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwell aged 26 years,
choked to death earl yesterday morn-
ing at his home, in the presence of his
wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning he
was seized with a fit of coughing, which
continued for some time. His wife sent
for a physician, but before he could ar-
rive another coughing spell came on and
Duckwell died from suffocation. -St.
Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1st 1901."
Ballard's Horehound Syrup would have
saved him. 26, 50c and $1.00. For
sale by all druggists. *
*- .'r.r- w .r-,n.- -
Railroad Valuatlens a Velusla.
Casual thought would not begin to
figure up the correct valuation of the
railroad possessions or railroad property
in Volusia county. These valuations
reach figures that are enormous, and
are hard to conceive unless one becomes
familiar with them.
The railroads operating in Volusia
county, which are the Florida East
Coast and Atlantic Coast Lines, as
shown by the books of Tax Assessor
8. B. Wilson own an aggrate valu-
ation, including main and side tracks,
rolling stock, equipment, depots, etc.,
of nfl196. Upon this valuation the
railroad pay a et txof $15,104.60 per
annum, which is divided as follows:
County, $10,16.74; State, $38.82.78;
sub-whol (mOwty), $1,415.06.
The total tax paid by the Florida East

Include lands other than the right-of-
way owned b the railroad companies;
neither does t Include the taxes paid to
incorporated towns and cities.
The railroads are paying their share
of taxes In Volusia county, as shown
by the above statement, And no person
has any just cause to object to their
existence and their volume of business.
-New Smyrna Breee.
Dy3 of F aminae
is, in its torments, like dying of con-
sumption. The progress of consump-
tion, from the begnning to the very
end, is a long torture both to victim
and friends. "When 1 had consumption
in its fIrst stage," writes Wm. Myers,
of Cearfn Mi.L, "after trying differ-
eat medicines and a good doctor, in
vain, I at last took Dr. King's New
Discovery, which quickly and perfectly
wed me." Prompt relief and sure
ure for coughs, colde, sore throat,
bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents


H*w It Appears to Leadina Newspa,
pen of Other States.
Mr. Lamar came out of his encounter
with John Sharpe Williams a crushed
statesman. -Scranton Tribune.
Report that John Sharpe Williams
has divided the minority grows from
the fact that he cut a kicker out of the
herd and hobbled him. Philadelphia
Public Ledger.
Mr. Lamar of Florida impresses us as
something superfluous. He ought to.
subside. Rochester Herald.
We hope that Lamar, Shackelford
and Williams are not deceiving them-
selves into thinking that the people are
applauding them instead of laughing at
their vaudeville buffoonery. Mr. Wil-
liams, at leaat, was conscious of the
fact that the three were justifying the
choice of a donkey as symbol of that
sort of democracy.-Columbia State.
Considering the Lamar-less condition
of the committee on interstate and for-
eign commerce, it is to weep.-Charles-
ton News and Courier.
The time of the House was taken up
principally yesterday by quarrelling
democrats, who want to put Leader
Williams into pickle. It was amusing:
but the people pay for the circus.-
Two eminent Southern gentlemen
were able to call each other hard names
in the House of Representatives
Wednesday without any implication of
any bloodshed. When the gentleman
from Florida charges the gentleman
from Mississippi with being only "the
image of a shriveled ape," and the
gentleman from Mississipi intimates
that the gentleman from Florida is a
vain sorehead, and aLio a corpse that
does not know enough to keep its mouth
shut, and nothing whatever is doing in
the line of pistols and coffee, it is plain
that a great change has come over the
sunny South.-New York Mail.
If the present Congress keeps on as
it has begun it is not likely to get
through a great deal of business before
the end of the session. The House of
Representatives has wasted hours of its
working time this week over the griev-
ances of a couple of Democratic repre-
sentatives against the Democratic lead-
er. Representatives Lamar, of Florida,
and Shackelford, of Missouri, didn't
get committee assignments they want-
ed. They attribute this, probably cor-
rectly, to the refusal of Representative
Williams to recommend them to these
appointments. They consider that Rep-
resentative Williams. was almighty
mean about it. They have been giving
the House of Representatives their
opinion of Representative Williams
most of the time this week. Mean-
while the public business has been seri-
ously delayed. There is nothing in the
squabble of the slightest national im-
portance. There may be something of
importance to the Democratic party.
But the House of Representatives does
not sit to attend to the business of the
Democratic party. That is what the
Democratic caucus is for. Why would
it not be a good idea to charge repre-
sentatives rent for the use of the hall
of Congress for the airing of their per-
sonal grievances, besides docking their
salaries for the time thus taken from
their work ? New York Democrat and
Representative Lamar has made a
serious charge against Representative
Williams that cals for immediate ex-
pianation "He's a dog, that's what
he is," says Mr. Lamar. "I'll show
him with his swelled head and his Heid-
elberg jokes, that he cannot charge me
with something he cannot nsbstanti-
ate. No gentleman bold ever make
a charge that he cannot substantiate,
and Represntative Lamar should has-
ten totell a curious world about this

ka Independent.
Speaks fou Itotlf.
It is not always the biggest papers
that are the more closely read. For in-
stance, The True Democrat, at Talla-
hassee, is not a blanket sheet, but every
line in its columns is closely scrutinised.
It always has something to say, and
knows how to say it -Ocala Banner.
bmaarkable Care.
"I was much afflicted with sciatica,"
writes Ed. C. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwick
county, Kan, "going about on crutches
and suffering a great deal of pain. I
was induced to try Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment, which relieved me. I used three
60e bottles. It is the greatest liniment
I ever used; have recommended it to a
number of persons; all express them-
selves as befng bdnefted byit I now
walk without crutches, able to perform

a great deal of light labor on the farm."
We, 60c and $.00. For sale by all

M60 fer Samel
Five ane Sows and fine Mal baLA
0 head of fine Shotes. Aplyto or
address F. P.

JOSe 0. COLU. s. Prepwlr.

Lateral S ewnd Claim Matter March'al. 1906, at
toe Poet Offlie at Tallaha .. Plorida. under
Aet of Congrew of March 3. 179.
00". In Telephone Building Corner Adams and
Clintonm treetA. Telephone No. 1).

lubscriptkon, 1.0) Per Yer. in Advance.
Advertlsing Rate" en Appicrtimon.

Tallahassee, Friday, Dec. 29, 1905.

But for the Collins and German,
shooting nothing would have occurred
in Tallahassee to mar Christmas season,
so far as we art' inforrrie'l
Christ max holidays, short of hflp and
ai rush of job, work pr,'er tetleour rV viv ang
the' uua;tl atte-itior to ti. vet tiyt up ,of
a rn w. |';(''r t ii wi k.
In (noi'l r clr 'liiinri f thi0 i w.- i j- v.
p,ulli.h l r. I'alnmr r'- l.it form, ainl
cornifiie'itf- 't)i a '-air', t hat V;a' "(ire'p:re'd
by or. wv.l l,, now I. o, i i I' pul-
hi- e.,t l,'h re'| lie-t airil v,. e iarall, th'nri
)', t r le'inefit "f e''jr real'er ';rla
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Dr. Palmer's Platform, from Capital.
To the White Voters of Tallahassee
Having been announced as a candi-
date for the Mayoralty of Tallahassee,
I desire to make the following state-
ment :
If honored by the Democratic nomi-
nation, I will, when elected Mayor, not
only .;tand for, but will incessantly
work for
The lowest possible tax rate.
Improved streets andr side walks.
A highly efficient police force.
lI', 'tt r ele triv light service
A fir.-t clais fire department
Thor'ough san itation of the city
I'ublicity in rmun icip|al affairs.
BHiusinr ss re',thliods in administration
For these, aridl for whatever in addi-
tio r mray he neoede'l to giv e Tallahasse'e
a thoroiugly progre'ssivw' and helpful adl-
rinistration of her municipal affairs.
I'bli. u ririt n.eld to l.e aroiu.iSed in

N Wy I,. ,, ;. r.,l,',. i',,.ln. ri, .r ,f thisc,r rounity W ,e have' as energetic
N,.i ,,k, .tr MI'',Ih ra k' a elle 1 ad as great resources and ad-
h.im for, ... po tin.r,. wyil mak-. vantage,. as any city in the country.
I T h e throtolf, ,is w e'rh a v e lif t 'v ,l ,,d
oo, t| (,i l S he' has r.' v .r y tv r h i '1 tro l,|. is we have not e'aveldopeIl
fu de., to fk il t,, il. ,ourat whatever ,,r attraction, h,,e,, they are not
u h'" rt,,,,k t,, ,',. u i'uffriewttly known aruin enjoyed e.ve'n by
lion (Ge',r, I P.vis. who was e'le'- ourselves.
ted bIy th C ity (Council to fill out the' if elected Mayor, I pledge' my best
unexpired te'rrn of Mr. Rolert Phillips, ffrort which shall hbe untiring and
who was appointe'-dthe siweraveoffice',r, ever discourage.d to the success of
will not be a rnenberof the, City Coun- every reasonable mrnovement which will
cil after the, cllosi of the present terin, make for a better and higher, a wealth-
as he is not a candidate' for re-election, ier and more beautiful Tallahassee.
or a hold over rnember, as is supposed (ITY TAXES.
by more citizeris. At the' earliest possible date, the city

Facts Frem the Record by Oa Who
Maews, for Tnf Democrat
Every voter in Tallahassee knows, or
should know, that in regard to not a
single item of those eight enunciated
"issues" does the mayor of Tallahassee
have the slightest official connection by
reason of his incumbency of that office.
lie cannot fix the tax rate; he cannot
improve the streets and sidewalks; he
has no control over the police force; the
electric light plant is under the sole
jurisdiction (subject to supervision by
the council) of a Board of Managers; a
council committee controls the fire de-
partment; a sanitary committee looks
after the matter of sanitation; every-
body in the city desires "publicity in
municipal affairs," but the mayor has
no especial power affecting it; all good
citizens wish to see good business
rne-thods of administration, but the
adoption thereof is a matter for the
council and not within the official prov-
ince of the mayor.
Any orn may "arouse public spirit"
without having to be elected as mayor.
Has this candidate, a a citizen, ever
succeeded in "arousing public spirit"
", I ly topir or even made an "effort"
to do so? Why should he have waited
all these years? ('an he do more as
mayor than he has done as a citizen?
Is not every citizen and tax payer in-
terested, equally with this candidate, in
the reduction of the tax rate if that be
possible? Let him specify the method

"Reform must always follow expos. tax rate should be lowe.red. 1'axes in he would pursue, as mayor, towards
ure, and the' final result will be practi- Tallahassee. have become an unjust bur- this end. The council fixes the tar rate,
cal reform, which will protect our riti- den. The people are paying too, much according to the requirements of the
zens at home and strengthen our credit in taxes for what they are. getting in city and the value of the taxable prop-
abroad." The True Democrat has called return. This evil can be corrected, and erty, and the mayor has nothing to do
public attention to needed reforms I amn for correcting it. with it, officially.
many times during the last months of STREETH AND .SIDEWAI.KS. What a spectacle thiscandidate would
this year. Let the new year show We need better streets and sidewalks make, starting out at daylight every
much better things for Floridians in Tallahassee. Nobody can deny that. morning with a shovel over his shoulder
Rather than speak of the wretchedness t ", the te!" That i
We give considerable' of our space of such as we have, I pledge effective to 'improve the streets! That is
thi week to an artic headed "Benefits wr t d g l i oing about ell any mayor can do, in that di-
of th w uckman Hill," by a work towards greatly improving these reaction, save by his personal influence
of the Huckman Hill, by Hlarvey I1. conditins. as a citizen.
Buckman, from the Jacksonville Sun, EI.E'CTRIC i LIGHT PLANT. a a citizen.
believing, now that the bill has been The city electric light system has not The electric light plant is adminis-
decllared constitutional by our Supreme cornme up to the expectations of the i po- tered by an official board, subject only
Court, many citizens, interested in ile, who so generously and willingly to the council, with ample powers, and
school affairs, wish all the inforrnation provided for it. This electric plant under the strictest of requirements es-
they can gather pertaining to this imn- should be operatedon a self-sustaining, tablished by ordinance. The board is
portrait silject. iRead it. paying basis. Hy proper care and man- amenable to inspection and investiga-
ilon Lewis W /.im. of St .Johns agenent in operation this public prop- tion, by the council, or by any citizen,
county, ha gotten out the' first issue ,f erty can soon be converted into a reve- at any time Its books and records are
his St Augustine' Meteor, a very ne't nue proliucer, and from its own profits open to the inspection of all. Com-
four-page, neven-coluimn weekly, with the plant can ee, improved and extended plaints may be made by any one. The
there mntto: "Al' I 'piiail,'r A rrue' without extra expense to the taxpay- needs of the city and its citizens are as
Portrayer of Events, I,'alI, State. and ,rsm. familiar to the members of the board
National It is we'll gotten up, neat More street lights are needed and as they could be to this candidate or to
and attractive., ean its editor, being an should lbe provided without difficulty. any mayor.
experienced newspaper man and legim- Electric sower should be furnished Of course Hut what can a poor
lator, we predict for him and his iews- twenty four hours daily, for the con- mayor or candidate for mayor do
paper great suce('.ss, and welcome. him venie.nce of .patrons and for sale to the about it, all by his lonesome self ?
back into harness. May hle live long to increasing industries of Tallahassee.
do good with The Meteor. The electric light plant can be made a Precisely But will this candidate
much more satisfactory and rifiltable "pledge" the payment of salaries to the
Among our exchanges we note se ipublie utility than it ever has ewen, and additional patrolmen he is so anxious to
improvements lately, one' of which is to this matter I promise my careful have employed? The council will have
that of tlhe Sumnter I 'Coiunty ''imes. Its and e'artest attention.
intro fs re'e'ive'i C nty 2i ei page l'FIRKEi TlKi'AHRTMENT. something to say about any other
issuer reived int, ixctt all rnd ur ire department must main- method of enlarging the force.
'ooi 'thf,' t , gained at the highest attainable stand-I Wellcandidate, in
gol e'wslpaper. Ihe rie'rs reader's ard ,,f efficiency. The common inter- Well, now, when this candidate, in
shouhi dentl out a first clans pstrornage e'ots of all demand this. As rapidly aus his "platform," begins to talk about
to dit tr Kocie,. who, is well known improvements in the fire fighting se'r- "publicity in public affairs." they do
nnd highly appreciatedI Iy many F-I,- vie' can l' afforded, they should Ibe ge.t right close to the favorite theories
ridlians as a useful iral safe legislator o',Ifl '' Fore'E. f we lpeoplle and The True Democrat,
from Sumte'r county. lion .1. 0 H. T'Ihe police force should ie ofth'ered tby sutre enough. That's our strong point
Koonce ie also a nmienile4r ,of the corm- the' most vigilant and intelligent men We believe in it. We practice as well
mission now publishing i complel'te re- who can li secured. More ofthec city's as preach it. We urge it ulon our
vision of Florida Laws at St AugIt. I trritor should !t patrold, and mre whole people Hut we must say that
| attention Ahoul ie' given to keeping
ine the ce ,inistsion now having ti all the streets cleae' of vagrants. sdi far as this candidate and his spKn.sors
copy in the' hands of ti.he printer. pI'I t ICITY. are' concerned, the doctrine sounds
Mr. ('has. A. (Chawte, who has ee' e The Ma'yor and every o their city ofi- queer, if not incongruous, considering
associate d with us e,,ht,,ri'Ily ,,n Th, cer are servants of the i-Iopele, and the the' fact that the sponsor is generally
MoltId WIith le have' the' highest and most un-i reputed to sptssess absolute control over
True Ilem.crat fromii its first isue, hais t,.ttl,,ienaeihl tht to Ie kept fully in- two alleged newspapers publisheci in
with our advice aiI cl.onsent, although ,ornmi o(if all t h otIlcial acts of each
greatly to our inceonvenietice, .eceptedl and all otf their servants An litH-n. this cciunty. neither of which has ever
ta very flatt erring ril.o)siti, i frnit he1'i at reliirt of some isi dated transaction had a word to say about the "public-
r I tet ,,t N'iTy ,sd,,lUit,'. 'iThei fullst plub- itvy" which for several months has lKen
Record C company. of St Auustiu-l., feor ,lit, y is. thesirest safeguan iof honesty Democrat tomatte
a temimprary employment in theilldiicult ati satatisfaction in the' discharge f n by T True emrat to matter
and re'sioni le' task if reading th,. iiili lic dutit iw, ai for years their hias of great public interest to the people of
proof on the New Revis Stiatutes. e'n n11 feature of municipal g(overn- the whole State, and which transactions
Irlf onit in l allithah.see c uite so lacking ior we're alleged and proven to have oc-
which will require his aiencie from s needlful as this. The time is at hand curred.
home for a month or two. We regret for it change. - -- -
to lose, even for a time', the services of I feel that it is unnotcesiary to ex-i Oneof the ho|es that the future holds
one who ha: done so much towaids the' plain nmy pemition relative to the thor-, out is that of deep water and a good
upbuilding of The True' Demecrat, but *iugh sanitation of the city. harbor at C'arrabelle. If such should
we shall expect to receive from him I shall warmly appreciate every voteI come about there isnodoubt that Thorn-
we shall expect to rciv from hi cast for me in he municipal primary. asville would immediately feel the ben-
caaional editorial contributions, helping My candidacy is resplectfuny submitted efit. The first result that would follow
to maintain the present high standard to the great masn of citizens who be. would be the building of a railroad di-
of our paper as a clean, vigilant and lieve improvements can be made in our rect to Tallahassee and through to the
rlss champion of honest govern- tys aairs- to those citizens who de- Gulf. It is said that the Atlantic and
rless champion of honest govern-sire an energetic and progressive ad- Birminah la had other eye on
l'n t end the rights of the peopl-- station, working for a more .W ti tpr
a terror to law-breakers of every de- tr ve and more substantial Tallahas-
gree, and especially to all grafters. ee "ZNRYephyr Shetland Floss and Ice Wool
official or otherwise


Governor of a great and growing State
should have a home appropriate to the
dignity of his office. Times-Union.
La Grippe and Pnesumoala.
Pneumonia often follows la grippe.
but never follows the use of Folev's
Honey and Tar It cures la grippe,
coughs, and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute-of-
fered. Mr. G. Vachcr, of 157 Osgood
street, Chicago, writes: "My wife had
a severe case of la grippe three years
ago. and it left her with a terrible
cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
HouT ane d Tf l it gave immediate
relief. A 50-cent bottle cured her cough
entirely." Refuse substitutes. Sold
by all dealers.

0U9. 1.OI UMT ,A6DL.
Mafy of thnewsaerm during the
past fortntaht hae something to
say about General Gilehrist and a of
them, except the Tallahass Democrat
have poken highly of him. We fear
that t Democrat does not see any
good in anybody or anything.-Citrus
Yes, we do, too I And we have had
nothing, as yet, to say of the General,
seriously. We have taken occasion to
publish his okra receipt, and his funny
card announcing that he would not
again be a candidate for the Legisla-
ture, but we fail to see anything about
him, or in him, that would go to prove
that he would make Florida a good Gov-
ernor. Would a Speaker of the House
of Representatives, who took the floor
and spoke against receiving the report
of a committee, appointed by himself,
to investigate corruption such as was
shown to exist in State Asylum affairs,
make Florida a good Governor? Be-
sides, it is believed that hidden, power-
ful outside influence was brought to
bear upon him to bring about that
grand spectacle. And that same influ-
ence mesmerized other high officials on
other important occasions during the
legislative session-particularly when
investigation was attempted. But,
glad we are to state, only nine mem-
bers voted with the General on that
proposition, and sorry to say that one of
the said nine wa.s from this city. Per-
haps. you do not know the General's
little peculiarities as do some other
Floridians who have many of his antics
in their scrap book.
To speak agreeably is to possess a
power for pleasure and for good. Of
two natures, that which actually con-
tains the less gentleness or refinement
may, by harmonious tones nd properly
trained delivery, appear in the finer
light. We suffer for lack of education
in management of our voice, as surely
as if we were deficient in the ordinary
branches taught in schools. In Ameri-
can education nothing is neglected so
completely as the voice. It is hardly
realized that the impression of a per-
sonality is conveyed by tones as surely
as by appearance, by carriage, or by
what one says. Of Anne Page we know
"Her voice wan ever soft.
Gentle and low-an excellent thing in woman."
Among our own acquaintances we
count few women who could thus be
praised, and few men also whose voices
are a source of pleasure. If the voice
is trained early, beautiful speaking be-
comes natural, and an instrument of
charm is substituted for one of discord.
It is not difficult. All that is required
is a standard of tones and enunciation.
These things could then be taught as
easily as spelling or arithmetic. --Col-
lier's Weekly.
Every citizen of Florida should secure
a copy of Governor Broward's message
to the last Legislature. It is free for
the asking. Bristol Bee.
It's the first edition that's needed.
The "board-bound" edition. It is said
a new edition, which covers up the
prettiness (?) of the first, is to be. or
has been, turned out "1)0 copies of
them at $300.00." But as 100 copies
will not go very far, request that first
"board bound" edition Maybe you
can secure a copy, but we doubt it
They seem so precious now, they have
been stored away for safe keeping.
Senators Taliafcrro and Mallory are
on the following important committees:
Commerce, Mallory; Military Affairs.
Taliaferro; Inter-Ocean Canals, Talia-
ferro; PI'ost Office and Post Roads,
Taliaferro; Pacific Island and Porto
Rica, Mallory; District of Columbia,
Mallory; Cuban Relatitts, Taliaferro;
Pensions. Taliaferro; Census, Taliafer-
ro; Coast Defenses. Taliaferro; Fish-
eries, Mallory; Pacific Railroads, Talia-
ferro; Patents, Mallory; Revision of
the Laws of the United States, Mallory;
Public Health and National Quarantine,
The site has been selected and plans
will be at once drawn up for a mansion
for the Governors of Florida. The

success. A little unique Santa Claus
brought Max Kilborn's "Dora." loaded
with good and pretty "trix," for the
little boys and girls.
Capt. W. E Shackleford is building a
launch to race Capt. Symington's
launch, the fastest one here
Ed Roberts' Liberty county bear is
attracting attention.' "Bruno" can
climb a tree quicker than any lad in
town, and can eat three rabbits before
Ed. can catch them in Maj. Lawrence's
garden. J. W. S
All modern conveniences. Transient
and Table Boarders can be accommto- -
dated at usual rates.
Mas. R. C. LoNG.

See Collins for Neat Job Printing.

A CoIMiL NCmrnwI.
NeMtheI ?eept NaBe Pues ilag 3l*
der Weleeme.
WedoUday was a plant day for
the Methodists of thi city, for, with
their eharaeteistie generoaity, they
kept open house at the district parc-
age in honor of the arrival of the new
presiding elder, Rev. J. W. Bigham,
who, with his family, arrived here on.
that day from Tallahasse, and will fot
the next year be a resident of this eity
though, of course, his work will carry
him over the entire Orlando district.
Knowing that all good Methodists are
good eaters, the ladies of the church
here had prepared a sumptuous dinner
for the elder and his family, and quite
a number of them were on hand to take
care of them. The affair was a pleas-
ant surprise to the good man and his
family, and they entered heartily into
the spirit of the occasion. All the good
things one could desire were there, es-
ecially prepared and ready to be eaten.
Thus the presiding elder and family
were welcomed to Bartow and the work
of the year begun in a way that will
prove that the people of Bartow will do
great work in the Master's vineyard the
coming year.
Next Sunday morning and evening
Mr. Bigham will conduct services at the
Methodist church. It is hoped he will
beU reeted by a large congregation.
Good music will be rendered by the
choir, and a regular old-time religious
service will be held.-Bartow Courier-
In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough
There is no other medicine manufac-
tured that has received so much praise
and so many expressions of gratitude as
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is
effective, and prompt relief follows its
use. Grateful parents everywhere do
not hesitate to testify to its merits for
the benefit of others. It is a certain
cure for croup and will prevent the at-
tack if given at the first appearance of
the disease. it is especially adapted to
children, as it is pleasant to take and
contains nothing injurious. Mr. E. A.
Humphreys, a well known resident and
clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock, of
Alice, Cape Colony, South Africa, says:
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to ward off croup and colds in
my family. I found it to be very satis-
factory and it gives me pleasure to
recommend it." For sale by all drug-
Comments on BucKman Law.
The Supreme Court of the State,
which has had the Buckman school bill
under consideration for a month past,
hhs rendered a decision sustaining ev-
ery feature of the law and settling, we
hope for all time, a matter that has
been a source of annoyance and great
expense to the tax payers of Florida. -
Manatee Journal.
The Buckman law has been declared
by the Supreme Court to be constitu-
tional. The case may be appealed to
the Supreme Court of the Unit ed
States. It is sure to be appealed to the
Most Supreme Court of Florida-the
ballot box, and there a verdict will be a
verdict rendered which will forbid the
robbery of the poor for the benefit of
the rich. The political triumph of the
supporters of the Buckman law will be
short lived. -Jasper News.
There is some talk of appealing to
the Supreme Court of the United States
from the decision of the Florida Su-
preme Court affirming the constitution-
ality of the Buckman law. What's the
use of worrying those august judges in
Washington? If our constituted au-
thorities in Florida haven't got sense
enough to rightly decide purely Florida
issues it is a strange and humiliating
fact. We suspect that the Supreme
Court of the United States is getting
mighty tired of being worked overtime
to settle so many disputes already fair-
settled by the State Courts. It is a
x tor tribute to the Southern doctrine of
tate's rights.-Live Oak Democrat.
Items From Carrabelle.
Carrabelle, Fla., Dec. 27.-Christmas
passed quietly, "nothing doing" in may-
or's court. Marshal Mackery and Of-
ficers Cason and Sanborn, however,
were on the alert: everybody kept quiet
and enjoyed themselves. Tnis morning
both mills are running, and all seemed /
ready to go to work with. a smile on
their faces as long as a hoe handle.
Manson Robison's skating rink is en-
tertaining the boys. Ask John Hance
how much he enjoyed skating.
Mr A. F. Mahoney has resigned the
clerkship at the depot and boughtt a half
interest in the Mattair Drug Co. Here-
after the business will be conducted by
Mattair & Mahoney.
Capt. A. B. Porter, of Apalachicola,
spent Christmas here with his sister,
Mrs. Annie Ludewig.
The Methodist Christmas tree was a

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Cay Injured. Church Notices. NOTICE Of INTENTION TO APPLY FOR Foreclosure Sale.
Mrs. Raymond Cay, while being Trinity M. E. Church. South. J. W. LETT[RS PATENT. I IS IE GIVEN TH T.BY VIR-
Mr. Glover Johnston spent Monday driven to the terminal station yesterday Bigham, Pastor.- Services Sunday at 11 ru't a. I t.r E
and Tuesday at Madison. with her husband, Col. Raymond Cay, a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior Ep- ant itred by t ite.d states Circuit o.,urt,
met with a very serious accident. The worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep- Notice i hereby Ai en that the undersi-neIl will for he. Fifth Judicial rcuit, andi the Noirthern
Mr Walter Wight is expected to be m wit h a vey riosaidn t. h e worth Leaue 3 p. m. Senior Ep- tle l n.N. It. irwal. (ol v,.lrner f i'Flor, ila. Itt ric t of Fhlorid.la. on the C'th day ,of November.
Mrwith his Talt er W ight iends againexpected today bey. carriage which they occupied had a rear worth League, 4.00). in. All members at Tallaha '. on Jaiary 2:. ii. for A 'tt,'r. A ).t 4 1W., in a certain taosti> in eoNitv wherein
with his Tallahassee friends again today wheel wrenched off in the street car requested to attend The public and Patent iner,,oratinc the O(h'.k,.e t I SrAck thaannah TrtK(',mlany, alcratioofthre
The young people of Tallahassee en- track, near the Alexandria Hotel. on strangers specially invited to worship "'m iay" iine.. hrte ,tr fD wlto h the ,triunail Stat.,, f (Georiria. is c-omnimant. and the Carra-
joyed a German at the Leon last night. West Bay street, and this threw Mrs. with us. FI'',,'a. ee ,,,ra. cf the sert nfth fSttf aa e .fan f ia itain.defrdant.
Mr. Frank F. Coles spent Christmas Cay to the ground, causing her to strike First Baptist Church, Hev. Frank W. (; I)AAli I ill. as Spie'tal Master, a.Hsieiintrd ily the rourt
with his parents and many Tallahassee her head with great violence against the Cramer, P1astor Divine worship hbv a( u;l"1r,'. f. h"' t ih'l'."... .," ,llutIl a,'-tion. betefor. th.e
friends, pavement. Fortunately, her heavy head the pastor Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.: ti i. l a.m lo f t, I;ilt,lli.St.'t ..("rtnHuse.in the ity
See our line of Fascinators, Circulars of hair protected the skull from being p. m. Morning subject. 'The condi- 'f Janinry. nI.;, to thi' hino..t bidder. the follow-
and Newport Shawls, and Ladies' fractured, although as it was her head tions of the realization ,,f abundant and I'cR),SI) (t 'IAtur':lt tF T llF T )EOKIA. K-, mn ier,,t., t, owit:
Blouses. R. J. Evans. was badly cut. Mrs Cay is resting overflowing blessings." ''Ev.ning .uh- NEm. ItIK('cK ),. All tir'iloviular the ,il,',tIm nf the said Carra.
"orecomf rta.'ly'i T lmohsn...,' anil 1C. ,rzia itaiilroat ',cnipeay,
Mr. W. E. McCartv is now round more co fortably this morning. It was ,ec. "*Hope a condition of salvation." The. undlen,,. t h,.t,.hy ...-.cevI th .. ,hi.. tev,.,tr, the, 'ft'arralw ,tint hoMaty
t narrow escape from a fatal accident. I ibhle, School at It a. m. .Junior lap- te- t.,r f.e r theo r r- ,,we' u .. e er, t ..' rt.u- ,I ( 4. Fprankhn". thruek rh tl.i .,ouint. of ~%akulla. ,tothe
house foreman of the eaboarrd shops at Mrs Cav has made many friends since tist tUnion, 3 p. m. Senior HI 1'. I l t, A ..rhr I ',,.lt thtr'.I' '' h.,' t .'... f it.f lane.. n th cclty of I.son, in the
Fernandina. her residence in Jacksonville, her warm 6.4(.45 p. m A cordial invitation is etx r,.lk. ,romst ..i lte,l, | ... Ilt ,r. likri. .l.tn. .
Men s Hats, nice line, going cheap, heart and sweet, unaffected manners tended to every person Strativ rs will Thiel me. ite>corft r Iti,,n lhull wk. iankn a 1ar1,hit es.'1eracks.tu rn.us'ti.ihwnathe.t,
at Evans'. endearing her to all who know her, anti be especially welcomed ,..c Ice, ', .Ik tIon,, it.n," i .i?. iNi's a.nl. it'.1. ai T lIn es. ,If lt.,, nations h, whartt',. hoes. stru'n hotiurp, e .
Mr. Richard Scarlett visited his Tal- her accident has been learned of with St. John's Episcopal C,.hurch. Re le.r ,ac' ,f ,ilA'.c'u -A,,' ,. tI '.iIx- r c a. ix .at
lassee friends again this week. much sorrow Jacksonville Metropolis I)r. W. 11 (arter, Rector -Services: stit,. e, o fnr N j r. erle mento, the ete''aet cat t-amt cery. tolt. anei. thm.
Legal (Cap Paper, Ac. per quire at R. Col. an Mrs. Raymond Ca' have Sundaysand Holy )Days, hlycmu;n- t 4thla. in allthe lingt, and i
J. Evans'. hosts of friends in Tallahassee, who ion 7 o' clok a m. Sunday. 11 a. m. The tWe.ne.ral na* Ire ,,f tIh, ie. ine'sthlll ti : Te meelt ilf the imal rallro l c,>nlTany of every kind
Mr. John Choate returned to Pensa- deeply smathize with them in the ac- and Sp m. n Fridays, p.r m St. Mi-. I>. sl. ih. ier.... Mantactfure ,rks. .thne, andi character; iand almo ll the s tatea. right. title
ciMr. John Choate returned to ensa- dent which befell Mrs Cay. All hope chaels ) Sre' I ond s ,,,.,r any art ,, le h.de fr-m t .arth., ali c- and intercept which the id' Carralilhe. Tallahas.
cola yesterday after a pleasant visit to en wi ns suffer much from te chl aes (colored). Services: Sundays, ,rient,. or .thr thini or .rte.mpotieon. r any niat. -m andti (;Groria Railrend Comnipany had on the 2nd
his old home and friendsshe will not suffer much rom the 4 p m Fridays, 4.30) p. m. rai land machinery ued in or reutre therefr; lay of June. i. or ha ninc' acquired. in any
Sounds received, and that he will rap- .. to huil and. cn.truct any Ihillnc or machinery lands either than .uch lands as have since that
Mr. Glover Tully and his wife are idly recover from it. Ar. Alex McDougal was home for re'intred therefore. and toilts general lietinesm of date been acquired by the osaI railroad company
spending a few days with Mr. Tully's li buyin. selling. anti manufacturing brick.. s.tue. rom t State Fl.or by virtu< of th rant of
relatives and many Tallahassee friends. King of All Coubh Medicines. the hr.David Cook com hom and nt i* r incthmha liti; ani tl a t o utromm-lir the ri. inat ureof aid utateto f rlcmproa. which
Mr. H. C. Reywinkle, Jr., of Craw- Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of e ome an s tobuy.ell. produce and manufacture' turpentine lands have ben eiaosmd of and released from the
fordville was in the cit Tuesday made Canton Center Conn who has been in Christmas with his Tallahassee friends, ad naval ttore. ,uf every kind; to buy, sell ani lien of the trust *d), together with Il and sin-
orvile, wa leasant visit and had his name te U S. service for about sixteen Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Woodward spent 'lal in m.erchandise of every kind; to buy, ell, irular the tenement. hereditanenta. right. privi-
us a pleasant visit and had hs name the U. S. service for about sixteen lease antd mortrs e lands, and sell and dimtmpoe legea, emsementis. income. advantages and appur-
entered on our growing subscription years, says: "We have tried many the hollidayspleasantly with their many ,of any ,of its pir.serty. at will, and rein- tenances twlonnring, or in any wime appertainin.r
list, cough medicines for croup, but Cham- Tallahassee friends. veNt the proeeeiid thereof.a s iprovidwle b by-laws; to the land. and premises, other than theu ex-
st. tr. ,, borrow money, anid cure the Mname. or moneys cepted ao aforaid, and the revrrsion and rrver-
Best line of Work Pants ever in Tal- bertain's Cough Remedy is king of all Mr. Louis Costa. now pressman on ,,winar. by mortne or other obliation.u; to ,ub. ions, remainder and remaindherr. rents. iueisand
lahassee, now at Evans'. and one to be relied upon every time. the Live Oak Daily Democrat, was lcrdil. for and purchase., mll or mate advances on. profits therepf, and all the .estate. right, title and
We also find it the best remedy for home Christmas and made us a pleas- "s.tck ,"r e'uritie of other crpoiraltionm. when- interest. rouperty, claim inttd demand what(mver
Col and Mrs John S Winthro.er t hall t the interest of aid orporation; in law or in l tsoily eif the aid .efendlant. Carra.
Col. and C hristmas season verop n- coughs and colds, giving certain results ant visit.payment for capital ,tok Puerid elle, Tallah.twae nd (;rriia allroad Company.
joyed theirChristmas seasonverymuc, and leaving no ba after effects. For Autant General T R Robertson of fr r other prortat a just valuation of. inand t the e. and every and any part or
as they had with them all of their chl- all ( Adutant General T. R. Roer n. of thet l oe r fyt h roard of ),recwtor... andl to o, parcel th.ereof: andt al all other prope-rty. estate
dren Messrs. Gu Gilman and Frank saly l druggists. Charleston, N. C., spent the ('hrist- all thn and hav all rights allowed iy the la and effect. rtal and iwronal. wherever situated.
Winth and Mr J. mas holidays with his daughter, Mrs. of Florila. nece.ary or t it. inmterest.t which wre a ownid by thA e r akd Crrat. Tahe 2nd
Winthrop ,and r. and Mrs. James Mr. J. C. Trice, manager of Panacea E. M. Brevard, in this city.i day f June. l, or which has at any timon there-
Randolph. Springs Hotel, writes us that his launch E* June. I^'. or which haB at any timt there
Mr. Da won oatwririht is announced ha been thorotel, writes us that hleisd, a new No one has confidence in a man w Th. itl shall twenty thiad dol- after been acquired by the aid company. except
Mr. Dawson Boatwright is announced has been thorouRhly overhauled, a new, 'f 4ir it, m t i ers, t i Iit' c t o,, 1.'wo hulriil share ,of onrip i>ich thereof an may have been released from thhe
as a candidate as member of the School improved engine put into her, and that will allow himself to be made a "cats- hundre.l idllar each. ,ten ie.r ceni t hen.refte il lien eof the trust drel in eoimpliance with the terms
Board for District No. 3. He is a mem- she is now ready to take parties hunting, paw" of that the monkey may pull the s.uln. rmsanl .an, iu.il for ieferce th. eeri.oration there; and also all other corporate and other
ber of the resent board and will no safely, surely and comfortably, and chestnut from the fire andsuch one h nall transact imuo' . Ali'r anii fartthe p ir a nf privilt entr held an. power, by the aid ntreta
doubt be re-elected. that it is the fastest on the Gulf coast. usually looses what usefulness and in- ,,I ..,a ,,,f a, ,,,.er at a Jutlt validation, te bel, TallahamsI anti themri an I n alrtia tald C many.
Save money by appli ying to G. H. There is no better place for ducks, fluence he may have in a community li'',t i, y Ithe irtrI ,f iector. at me int'..tlini to ianti all the humini'i. ,f ihe said company.
Save money by a ieing to Geo.eH.TplaorogoodI- mallesl fecr that iorieeeee..I Termsn c'astexcept in came of Savannah Trust
Averett, who has the latest machinery geese and other game on our coast than for good. Comp a y-- trunthee. which. in permitted to bid fort
for moving dirt, repairing roads, etc. Panacea and its surrounding country, C. D. Robertson, a valued emplovedl The term f,,r which ,.Iorlrw.aten h.ll e'xint the l nl.h,,iro.sil te teathe amtount bi dlees
He will save you money and do your and sportsmen will find it an excellent in the Attorney General' office, at T'fal- ..all i n.t.,,,oin' .r, t f the de.ee. nant company. secured
work better than it can be done the place to enjoy a season's outing lahassee, is spending the hollidays h ere ythhtrut e Maserf wo thoundo.
old way. 41-t. ....... ... - with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W I ts. us,,,n, s. shnll I.. r,,,l,,ae ,ly a I'ri..i,en, larm (i2, ) shall I. required of each perumn in-
Sold way. 41-tf ired a 38 Doctors Could Not Help Her. Robertson and shaking hands with his ,ice-I're.-ilent. $S.crt.etary, Treasurer anrl tioard tender to bidl on the property a a condition to re-
Some drunken hoodlum fired a 38 "I had kidney trouble for years," friends who are always glad to welcome- if Ire,"'tors. The oeilt of ,secretary and Trea.- c.ivmng his blp, tih. .nrmunt to lee returned. except
cartrid e ball into the house of Mr. tr'r him -ritol r h, Chas. H. Dickison, just a night or two writes Mrs. Raymond Conner, of Shel-him.- Bristol Bee. ;i.-r of Ihr before Mr Collins and Mr Gorman ton, Wash. "and the doctors could not Will it not bring comfort to the line-1 at no turn,'A tew les, ti'cal thnre. ner more than nin. FrrieD.RIK W. MAIt..,
wereshot This pstol oting and shoot hel me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure. I and those of little strength to recall ,eaI.n ) ters t Nov. Iec29w.cial ter.
in should be sto ned an the very first dose gave me relief that as far as lay in their power, i0-i.ws. Ti. it. ec1,ri. shall l elected by th --
and I am now cured I cannot say, too through forgetfulness of self, others, st'khholder,, at each annual me itn,. All other
Mr. Frank Spiller and his family much for Foley's Kidney Cure. It yet more sad and lonely sorrowing "e""t, -,.r han i. ep tol atinnualy hy the Iarentuir. A n l
spent the Christmas holidays with his makes the diseased kidneys sound so perhaps, as those without hope, are tr t. il,ltol h i thal i t Annubth
Tallahassee relatives and friends, and they will eliminate the poisons from the be uplifted and sustained, and that the irtm Mlonday of .- ruary of each ywar. luts much
left yesterday for a few days' visit to blood. Unless they do this, good health Christian festival isn to bring rays of ,'trt many f l,'haeraoiry tiyieaw.. yirnctre. .halu
Mrs. Spiller's friends at Quincy before is impossible. Sold by all dealers. light to many such? Would it could be .te.illafterthe meetin\rofthen,..i, hildersa.ty U G A
returning to Jacksonville. ------........ so that all who may need cheer? sil. The .ulweribinmsr n norlprser. shall meet tn U SE GA S
Child Bros. are building a new addi- Blanks for Salle. f nirt Monday of F.bruaary. IWa the offle rof the
Child Bros. are building a new add- iln fr Sl. Fire from Christmas fireworks got eolany. Tallahassee... II or'c.ck am for the pur.
tion to the Treasurer's office,which is a Among the blank forms kept in stock into some cotton under Captain R. A. .1w f iadopltin i,y.law. and holding the first an-
decided im movement, and will give at The True Democrat office are the Shines warehouse Monday evening, n.almi.tionw. nlt en ,ce.er. lctd ampletlen
Treasurer Knott more room and a pr- following: which was promptly put out by Talla- first annual mietinsw hall le qualiIed, the bu.i-
vate office, which was badly needed, as Deed-No. 1. Conforming to the stat- hassee's efficient fire department at a nef aid company shall Ie. conducted by fell-
his quarters at the capitol were crowded. ute small loss and Captain Shine returns lowin s oucers: (-. I. oavi. 1,'re.dent. F. C'. i. (a
more, Vic eeresldctint, A. C'. Spiller. Stereotary cheepr
The terrible killing on our streets Deed-No 2. Same, with extended his thanks in the following language: anti Trraurer; t. C 'G;ir,roe. G. I. '.'vi anti A.
Christmas Eve is evidence of the fact acknowledgment for dower. "Every member of the fire company is HSpill*r. H rd oft iwrent.r ,
that we have one or more dangerous Mortgage-Nos 1 and 2, as above, worthy of the praise of every citizen of v and morv
citizens in our community and should Chattel Mortgage or Billof Sale, with our town. Their efficiency as a comrn- The hih t amount of h indebl(ltine. to which
encourage our officials to be just as vig- Note. yany connot be excelled by any other th* e.e;rston shall at any tme.' e ljettf Satisfactory
ilant as possible. Pull EVERYTHING and Crop Mortgage, with Note. fire company in the state. Let us con- a l
EVERYBODY you know are VIOLATING Turpentine Lease. tinue to sing their praise." noe name and reionne1 if the mumet-rirngr in.
LAW! Promissory Note. On Thursday. January 4th, a large ,orporarurs. tuorether with the amenint if capital for
TheWe also have a supply of "NO AD)- reception will be given Mr and M.andMrs. .ituk. t almhrism w .'i s hare nf flrw ;re .o
held at the kindergarten school yester- MTTANCE" sins. Geo W. Saxon at their home, in hon- Tallahass. 7shar;. an A...ler. T-
day morning. The tree was splendidly Call and see them. or of Miss Burshe Meginnis. and Mits lahas.ee. ra. shares.
-day morning The tree was spend iy -.----^--- l il .n t. ..;. t ... .. I. IAV ivI I Ibl Ih
orpltoooi a wtil itrmal mn 'Lu ie'mio th e iorr i tiori bin c t I C G IHca

inmimed, KgII ttelr iiu nIg i i noU
hung full of beautiful presents. The
general order of things was reversed in
this case, the presents being from the
little tots to their parents. Every
present given was made by the pupil,
which made them more valuable to the
receivers. Before the presents were
distributed the little folks went through
various exercises under the direction of
their teachers, and the many mothers
.d others present were highly pleased
was a yous occasion and every
present profited by it. The
7 Misses Cherry and Childs are in love
with their work, and the pupils are in
love with their teachers. We sincerely
hope that when the term after
the holidays there will be a In-
creased attedanc. The de-
ervethe psatonage of alL-Live Oak
Tel your frds to embeeribe.

Use the long distance telephone,
Connections can be given to any point
on the Southern Bell System. Public
long distance telephone at Central office:
Coupon ticket books sold at a discount
Apply at Telephone office.
4tf W. L. MOOR, Manager.
With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle-
men. Central, care True Democrat. tf
Ceow b Sake.
A high grade cow, fresh, for sale
cheap. Apply to
Mrs. Juuvs SOLoMON,
Corner Moroe and Vrgna Sts.

omii-n i --

L~uure cPa W, ene qw asfun m.II| ill .. 1-
entrance of these two charming and A C. stiaTi.c .
popular young ladies formally into so. Tallaha-,e. Fla.. DeI. 2n. 9lw,
city. As both are so well and univer- al Noti
ally loved for their many loveable Legal Notke.
qualities, etc., by Tallahasewans, it is only proper for the True Democrat to theraccuet afts dat th und Erfutrl wif the
l' them, their rac.unto &iPExaut iMr and Fxeeutrii ,f the
wish them, and their loved ones, long, state of Nartha K. rWeminf. late cof lAin county,
happy and prosperous lives. F orrda. deramed, and apply to the Honorable
- ("nty Judge of mid county for their dlmhare I
s m uchu executr and executrix.
Ne Opium t Chamberlahi's Cagh E. A. CRAWIPORD. rxerutor.
L F. CANTEY. Executrix,
em1d"Y. of the Estate of NMaha iF. &remninir. Ie'd.
There is not the least danger ingivin' Dlted this Not day of July. it lamW0 1i
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to -mi No(TICE of the Insolveey of the Estate of Rob.
children, as it contains no opium or *rt L. Collin. deceased.
other harmful drug. It has an estab- Iniv-ole of theid a ta a wV been
listed reputation of more than thirty = adtes *g o t,'o A
Y as the most sueeeiJful medicine ekil.. N a hereI b uist al e an mS haewg
S Me for Colds, wp Omd whop cauiadems aeL othe abs-oimia etoto ato-W
cough. It always cur sand IIleMta ,,n N". o41, V ,_ Lbt a.. ta es

bI ulom to Tit TWre D-m-ue- AIaD o
..s CAii0 Ift yo wat Job Priati .




A Happy and Prosperous

New Year,

Is the wish of the

Gash Store.

Duval Bros, 128 S. Munroe St.

Walk Over



5,i'5%p I 5irl



I_ Bangor


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JOHN G' COLLINS, Pinblishw.
The hll, fr hemean who bangs
ArdW:6u:61=tewieked trust..
Anid when the tariffYsharp harangues,
They fairly raise the dust.
They wake the iebhass In the deli
As of their hats they Jerk.
but I aint heard noi perefon yell,
'jfurrah for' old noan Work I"
It's fine enough to cheer this man.
A nd cheer the ot~herlisp;
Thor both hays, got a i ,rpiefgLaen
And know )esat what Uptoa.
But those fe'r thern that baewl w), well
Are' much inclined tip shirk;
I'lllike tip hear worne jposoina ,yell.
"Jlurrah fer ('ld man Wu,rk !"
Heart i&'Uteirind.
UnidiguAt~dforl fi'dtnd giis In the stfrn-
Itch, latcatti' just b(4IbW the heart,
;iremssi's gaircstit iand ('&usE.A heart pal-
Pilttatifin. VWha'rcyourfhefirt tr, l' o
iai that %w;iytake' llfe'rl,ini' for a w
(lays Yom will ',imrtoo- all right. fa'of
it hot tii- Ffaor toy' vall dirjViistK.
"*Jacksonville Politician" In It.
It rri'E -j', ftrn T idl hwiit-, l~that here.
wa:;cs no Ia(it c~I(-iltamk t111V I hit- aoliva'e' 14
('aounlyidV'aicito~r trn J'''rhin, t ri,
hfplf-t i'i it i'/.icof Vt \acl ciahi' '. ally
P411(11 t uIr. A I.k( 1, -onci tlle' podl iviai l,t
whop'luitr;irIM irvtlvl'l V i,.me'It, lie' Govuvrna
Wr' hass bee'ani talkintu ihol ',lIWe'?i nu er.
Exf-futtivi'~ eu %-am ci't;a that I'erkin.-i
I'lli vivo-n him I"()tai, nocah I ioulda ll'n
Sta- te'i'irittjit I vir I'l Fr ceL"t il'l vu aortvi'ri-
I iupirs, irtill that Ihi', i0.4-.Lx. IP iritarils
toe Ket iE'v ('F ViI 11c 14he' l'ulJia saalitactrn.
W'hy 11iieti'I (i,vcnor llpro"-tcarl, if the-re
ws'im Ito jielitiics ina hl i4 puslaEF-riiiri Eat So
hla,,'i'e't' iri 141(s the' alintiperais (if
Vollitiiii to) e*x re'im selrio ie'v'.A hforirf
chiioice 'fair thi tht%-if arivy 'o It A'',iflil hitsve'
been elenocra'ut ii' or faimt to itpy' aav doi
Hfp, 111141l((or t l)if.aldonaaoarat -;frill the' lice1,
Jole, go-'e'na.rmllv Isbi. ha ll' itta l oa-te'vaeic i' fi
th- tinsit ti-r as tooe v~, ha' ,111 la. t heir
jiiilili a'va T ls lvi' aiirlatcai liv file,
tIo oflic thI'ii alericoo-artt ic i' iri r V'eat~allc lit
Is M11 EcifaIuIt cain tci14)t hi' fa-il 'atoha'A hich
lee. ,eovi'rtuEir is tlla'iv, bitl it, aims at
%vlYH ?41`.'iiuht tt Ia eve' Ili"aNL't l;11.01anal c'
Jii'EI jili' ta, hti #.it Vli .vI n i f.'ira i fhe 'elE''t11ol1
it fif-e' aaiirt y oflicaer-a. \'.IVtii i;aei Reordt.

W. '1' BANNERM~AN will ill, yvair Stir-
vemi ttivwhe're' ill the' Statf-' 1 1. 0
VjIA ifel-e ,Milrid iaui, Flit 5so-lit. 1.5 Cmn
hile'kelo-4 got III@- lNeallpcl.
Aui extroiairillwi~ery e'cicfl Im pol ia4e.ic'
IpliJYmlC'lcii, teip 1,moof xN vI orlFrmiocae, tio
41)111111111i1i 06lii 11 1411ciete Iiil'i lll 011114-. W lmllle
sioli'i'tl~ing fiece acreouigmoiMalic4e' lcicil 1,4,41
We. iti wlititliii' itii ijovt (emiori ImnG'e'tluti Imp.
tIIsgii.'el t liii111t 014- ir'oft iee'ua ealaciW It)
doubtfl ul MlIc116 fcit ele 11111 itam l iiglct.toe
revive it lfres- whIeichm axIiiiM Icc'lecpitscot
extIInclint-ll.Il' l II N *frloolt NwE'te' ('Towu-i
.d with mNeiee *cix. II 'I-lcureaflth'lieuman,
anuld itseIli-iivnx lilsr wicirlofl'if-41 nil s'Impil
Lxurte.4I lilitia, liutt 11cc ldi-lo's't icc lg
It*%I'cfimll Ililel#-1411t fort e'ceicccaell hug 1s
lrlimi,ee't uca iifi' tei ,oivit iii'icli ae rius
It Iiccat 1044.1ar '1111 te1 selt rip rca -m lieu I ll" te'4-1ier
wttrel Ice',,illiai' aforaueiurccl Iliheia'y aicd
clivieealost ryi, timk Ilie' jhclcaa'(ofatha tt iof
renalft elK Iisip-ii.
1111111111K4'i.11 leal 11irt 11icac icc, Ia11mve'iaO14 it
11111414i' te'Mt I I elHI I% 1114 '11 14 Iclei 11ll ll
tj(lalelt'letlgho rc It IN it little' teoil
of csi1uiiat 1.2101 11111011muetcl"il. mlcl ialolIII$-
nsmotclitu fcrIta ii trceaii i t fie r Ii)- this.
Coniies I rclpuiliiIi g le ha wm t'iine. ro i tic'n
go (list till 11114. 3,e11111Wwacheee'lm. ,,airrhcsill
or siliagh,'. femt hikeiecccg''ee. e'm ich ii.erliag ;n

Wuilkf- n~. 'i'lti fill al li re'i ui ctl lj th e kr C0ie
frimici l~iitli i 't tto e i'eice'' tieq ` r NI nit
(J rtalif Iy..%,4 il-vs lc'~Ittarwisitliprgimctl. tie.

Trio hful.
iE x it-I I I' l r 1 11.T11111 it i I IIit ry I htll
klt ,l'p 'lI'lT 're Iull't ii ilt iof lri 1g
ht til lhe're E' l' r. ,-oik litx it Migl
w lrlnuhi lg p '. lho' e \\'l'1:1it ,l i g,, aaii i ein ii,
ay Itinlrh g l hr'i li'rei lllh lhi f|)ririli
Il e otf lhle .' Ill llg"' ll h 'al "< h 4','r I
dilldn't mc1v n1.%ii mii ta iil'et, Ii e' Ilxlhilizg
If yllou mi' l 111y lll 'l' iii'n t rerf l
ly pyou 1 4-Il ,'11' tl %il f i t I iMail wils,
'IPltiligi ilaiueppri litle:h "
Ills H e lur llualmisra.
"I li'l IIt tI klit g ia)is' ,n ,iiI t II l liiig l tlint
to g alt lhle inli ''cille'ge'' It li'' I, Int
tills aietat i i m sIt haxl l -I' u I 111h' i %Im li.r "
"It Ina. hl11 1 g it g to o.dlli 1111iH I,'
conmtl his rneitilher titlhI|'Blo N'\'hy. thI.'
teeni woutihldi't imlt tnl 1.ihy liw %10tlh1out
lhtm." 4C 'lleenfa 1iI'or11-ni Ile'rnal.

"WNIh t clto < rra eail ai tre tah
"I '1l, I IaIn f,, tluia ll nat liIng Iaelh
petindently lpoor l r i t'llv'." It Io111t
Poet -I iipnIela

Father (Unatilltetll IIg ion tintIIc'" chiigst
-Ab, ye., the l fuilmlimo of tlhis world
passeth away! liii tglithr Iandld It
done, paSl. I slinll waoit a ntew hat
naet week.
The Lifei Liae.
Amateur Palmlt -Thbe life line I di-
oaten bow Ionic you will live. tkeptlcal
VrIead-Yee? lsna it Ia wonder the life
soureoace companles pay no attenton
to It?

A dealer In sI
up a 8miall bott
her llijul rl. 'In
Ing the ork.
olor which mee
)of orange aIul (
Grt'k tiamet.
'"It'O tle gfuu
khe dehulr In re
quiry. "That I
pound of the oil
Olie to prodtwce
stuff, almost eiq
rosea. The me
oil Is tedIous.
cln-aiu ilolngo I.
Jfe. tnke. trljm (i
thimni a certain I

mpray oi thlil' flt
ajqulkly t)o cvoll
"Whin. tihl M)K
N4 I 'fi yM it li ilf
w4't r'IoilgIK to,
otaI a''I. or no ft
thi, llows from

1eI LON OIL I Lewis Coita, the effient prm-man
pices in New York held in the Democrat office, who left for
le flled with a pale am- Tallahasaee after the fire, returned last
mell It." be said draw. niht and rammed work. Mr. Costa ia
ie littr inhed an one of the beat presamen in the State,
'ine visitor Inhaled an and my be onaklred & permunet fix-
meiwt to pall up Vislone turein thioffice.-Live ak Democrat.
citron groves of ancient
The Fint Raqustel of Seasty.
I onil otloalno," sfind The first requisite of beauty isa clear
ponise to a look of lo- complexion. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
a all I have left of a clear, a sallow blotched complexion as
I. and It took I.2X) lem- it stimulate the liver and bowels, and
It. Itather expensive the eyes become bright and clear. You
ual to that of attar of owe it to your friends to take it if your
thodxl of obtaining the complexion is bad. Orino Laxative
A man has a big, dry,. Frut Syrup does not nauseate or gripe
and is very pleaant to take Refuse
ror him on a table, substitute. Sold by all dealer. *
*frtr *h t ilJ+ LA 5',v *. 54lt .c.

VL MV *IfKVU |4-1, ,I *gv
twint which breaks tlhe
tlie oil out IlI a tHue
'acge<.. lie' hui to work
'viniIorrtlo lan.
nirigi' hieii tike'c up the'
1a h1 11lr,'. l 44rf aI It Im
to- Mipr'zed< 'le'inr nicl frgraiut oil

Irs ln l -'lm ,.< NPe '..c'e.
ii l ; I I,'iry IIrvilni. w ia'lI lv%'l 111 IlI
ti'I e' "-# 1,',''i A : hII I N I I"I1i.r'tI*I I I fic if
"' liI it a |lf 'Iit tI I |AAile Ii 1. i Il IuII tl 'I te
ti r. IllN irntrii rtiit, tl'io, oIt he' l;irt wl i-4e
.'al i ril. Ilii, ::'Z I Id lttl clttl ti cit hllh piny
lh11 1 lu 1A lifrit1 d1,nt d li t th:1t tIlilt ,
C'olitilcIlIliI t,,l ~l1e lWlighlts. IIf hls te x-
lp ri ,,'a AI lii ly'i g lhiis lurt Sir lle'. ry
a1 i', A.l 11 % lil' r I 'foil'r IhIs lettlh, 111i
"I i':It II iIlw .ys It ." lI' I t ld, "wlu'l
thi l t il-lalal Is \ -itll hI e'. It I'i~ I llHot
w itIh Ii o,;I hI fi r ,t nIIghlt 'Ior l(;I1 t,'
w IlhllI I -1 i'l, h:lll) 'lIl'ii+,- I 4, ,'iI, tslIlA rl Iw
Ilit ',l -II.a'11 'Ii,'lit ll, i'm"--s (II 1li flr'- t
iighlt I rf.1it l ,It t lt uiileh n 'ei illel I ot
, IIh11 I 1 Illt11il lh fir llst l ,wel illg w lthl
-I Phli, I h 'ih tlhe'y i'ltl.,iiIge l to,\viil'.i
II .Iit ic li|.\. lI llt i\- light sle-i,' elril
InI'lt i Iy I[lI '4 t g r, Iw1n t11lh Ir I ,r l
r fatll il. I I l II fr'o 'l It ,all t hlI t I li c ',
it I t litn, I l., ,N IIcI\ t i t I -s likIle It
tlI t tI <'t !iti | Itl 11lli l.n- rt 1111l1 s ll."

Illos a ni Orain g Olasieni Truirlii.
It IN t il ,,Il Jilll'rle'"liK g -ight toI
n tl fhi till i'Itllg oeiililg ii ke Ifts w'ily
tlirilghi thele Jiiwle. It wclks ilolwly
nlomi tlice IrK'r lig'altr i ,iel-4 Iin is me'il-
vre't ittittlilvh, thlil lNlcig plimrviitly
<'isi n1 il 1by thi' leigtlil of Itos f riiis aiiln
tlie' M ,le irtn -s of 1rit -I legs. It livnc rlhi ly
mi'lects thleom I li1ri liiaes lwhilhi liati'rlllll
ghl \ltlh I1ti,,se' o tiel gaKhi(ccrIgIK tIris,
eiia o iliro.i.'nillig l llch ,. It mitrl-hIe' s oleut
I It log irli iillnl. gramnpielg tli-. bouighl
oppi fi elt. 4m''clils flrmt to shiilkel ltheiln it
If tIo lIest lwlirr Mrnlgth aitail tIrwn (iled-
llhfrii'-ely s m liIgI ItO'lf nt 'r(ims to tlhe
li,\t branlli h. which It willksa llolun, Its
Iher'taI. It lo1iis ot Jllllump ofr iprllog, imI
li lo. yii s uall(lIy IIo) lliOi liv r tlpple.irm
to hlirry Itso'lf mirnlsit emle ri "il eiliiii'r
lpro 4iit. Ti t. lii spite' of Its lipplirent-
ly M|l oo Inoe ',i'Itim, It gets aiiloihg far
ili-K'r Ii;llc ii l r'.ail a rniiailing thritim gl
tlhe f re,.'-t ltiate'atI l'p ialitr MNIgi lzine.

Tr e t.
.A troI t i ii trl'elt l rolic thli, 1 ily It In
lierin ., ltlit 1I1ot lllit l It gets'l- Into tic.
o, ilt :s II I s1 Ill cc ll t I I t Ni tIllllll. hVt'hle' It
II M-S Ili tI rhli r It Is i t11p rr, (P)I tin.
%\ -steIr'ii -e iat Aug li t illeSl iMt, iinlt'r
air' the, iiunthlim for t' prinllpMl rlrun
otf Nilclisoi. Fl'nrly fall Il the metsmellit ftor
icimitlr'li IrOi'ta, foilell, ,ii i y t1I.' te, lriilili
laro m'ii etil I.es'ia 1,'\i' Ia II i lthe fll1
'Vleit r eisel ,alrl"y f rlirta imre th Ie it't-
MliI for rlnitIlllov trn'tll iul ahlalgK In
I"ll'ltiiel'ry cmlaei tlhi' eiltfrit irook
Iroltl, ihle'h lt f(olliiwel lay luiike' trulit
minld Imyklti,, r 11iii 1 ly kli tn IIpt .ut-
Ilariont ti'ro t. lreil iti 1 I p 'llitr redl mailrk-
Itg on tiheC tIi;r t. Newv York Hlr I l.
The Heal.
Th'la g ll atii e'I i t-tIrtm lot I ri i 11 i ne-m over
froin i 'rit. It iitts hear $ l,15Mb. Sie'
il Is to hellmt foaur Iaihih to ihllllp herll get
IItIse It W hen'li' M le0' aolile', of11t ll lticl
't''ifai l tie i phiaII ll t O|t '' Il xchl lllll III
rllI lilr l l.
"T h1, 11 1 t.I ,,+111 4.14,."
\Vhlint I'o -tti. nlr.,proiitlg ,? \\'hy. a
Se'Illiman ple'i nct girl. I'i'k.
A Te" eptlsa IlInt.
irrl'l gy." ili I hi t II III 11 11111
ll e la Ir, n 'a llltig' r llgullrlll f tor iloutt II

"'Y 's,'1. IIle ','.l." I'.'l| h4lil tlI.' lillig laIly,
Itl l i'lita4t1 "g J1It l it"k aif t 3.ti ciHg IMr'.
WI\ 4 llIen e on' ly Ielit Ili .\lelTS0onl1
t1 ,i 1 1iitth l im o, lilil iieW thiiey rti 'ill

"\\ lit t oe |rt sir, oiitlitiaiilly Pmis'king dilvorre',?" ask-
eil iti' rerforrmer, with nitn iagonisml
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'Turka.v, HBear anid Ieer 'lentiful
Trains stop at
Modern, Well Ebquipped Hotel, Steam
HIeat'd, Electric Lights, fronting im-
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White Sulphur Springs on Hotel
Grounds with eattedl Swimming Iool.
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Seinry J. Kirh-arini ji c'v-alt. havinr iana
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I11c rlaima aviI suil imtate are h.'r.'eIy nittitlil
I,. aipoi| ,nr areil tile th' name' with theC('ouinty J.ehre.
c)f I ,0 iii ii)laty, FlVIrieula. ain tr t,'f.ire' March 7th.
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mp'idloA thie aslrtfl l hilot, with II MNses ot the lEye. Ear and No** a sp*ltityW. VI W- I s
cn'r aO i.Taw. I.lnv.lle Courier- II I

A u Go Linse. *vw". REM EDY
14mIlsu.r I)hl you itsln anything on THE CHLOIMN'S FAVORUTE TONIC.
the hormes Inat year? I|tr-ter-Yep; I aswasn * miivat*en*.
galnnl eniougti ,xpeript m to teach o T Is v aIe R GIN AL CRE.: ,a eamwsu wes repass ey ev
not to bet on them this year. of Hartm. Da Ht d.92d. 6 ,to of. tmo unty. Ballard-*Sow Liniment Co
Icortilt. and to all pw lin el cla or do-. I S. LOUS. MO.
msmt ansa gat md test&o, Is peresa mOns, eemd.
Mst of our misfortunes are mo o withintwoy a uistet FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
eupportabW than the co si of ow 9"&tah a.low te.sea ll a lm form. Tus
at i i _or dem ade w f fai b m e b a arrant ksW l a
XsesuraftwLo W1"D wt I Denmocat )fc.f

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

A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and sats faction uarans
Pine statiomoy, half price, at R. J.

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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. HL UAMrs XHmAici DILL. 0.9 N,- ye" Idian.
u M a L N oc. *- b I --M-- Red haired nefroe are oearee en h,
JM U S. e.. rh LIeaSeS IS but an equally curious freak of nature
RBy ComMttY1 is oeen In the OGrieos Indians, near the
BuaBLIED EVUT PVy DAY MORNING. Following is the full text of a bill City ot Mexico. They are light com-
introduced in the House by Mr. Clark, pteziooned and the majority hare blue
GOVlMM ON. oof Florida, the enectmnent of which into eyes and eight hair. They dress prin-
atOnt 0Same rm. Ameng Or law would enable those Florida counties p In two shades of blue, and their
that desire prohibition to cure it: clothing is good and well made and
Smthatdsirelprohibitin to euRe it: Egenerally ornamented with the bead
A for the Governor's manion ha A bill to prohibit Internal Revenue ad silk embroklery of which Indians
atlast beenselectedinTallahassee. An ofers from receiving special taxes share bter
acre and A half of land has been given from any person, firm or corporation re so nd. Their house are better
or te a halfbfor the arrying on of the business of built and furnished than Is usual
Sct pose in a desirable part of a brewer, manufacturer of stills, amon Indians, and many have pianos
the city. -Fernadia News. rectifyer of distilled spirits, whole- and other muslecal Instruments, upon
At last, after months of patient wait- sale or retail dealer in spirituous, vi- which they play with considerable skill.
gone man in Tallahassee has really nous or malt liquors in communities These Griegos have no co-nerelal or
tendered a site for the Governor's man- where the carrying on of such busi- social co.nntions wlth other tribes,
sion, and maybe it will be built. If it ness is prohibited by local laws, and holding aloof from even those who live
hadn't been for that one man what to prescribe punishments for its vio- at the base of th e othil o which
would the poor Governor have done.- lation. at the base of the mountain which
Citrus Chronicle. Be it enacted by the Senate and Hou the village Is 8sittitet. They hilse
It is at last decided that the Govern- of Representatives of the United their own food, do their own manu.-
or's mansion will be built in Tallahas- States of America, in Congress as- featuring. have their own schools,
see. The commission has accepted a sembled : Chtiirches ail social InstitutIions anid
deed for six lots in Longs Grove addllahassee- That from and after the passage of seldon or never marry outsi le their
adandI nvesme nt t T h this act it shall be unlawful for any col- owI tribe. There Is sailut .l another
upon this ste the mansion will be built, lector of internal revenue, or other in- tribe of lhlue eyed, fair halilrodl lildlins,.
-Orane County Re orter ternal revenue officer of the United who have the ailiuaralic'e of ;e'rl'nlaus.
-Orange County Reporter. States, to receive from any person, living I thn Slt-irrv MaNr, inion- iituius
Florida really is to have a mansion firm or incoor action payment for any in the state of )ulri lug,).ta
for her Governor. The site has been special tax as a brewer, manufacturer
selected and plans will be drawn up at of stills, rectifyer of distilled spirits,
an early day. This is certainly in ac- wholesale or retail dealer in spirituous, Lather For Shn linr.
cord with the great progress being made vinous or malt liquors, where the busi- It is 'ollmiinoily lKnStunll that soap In
by the State. A mansion- is the thing. ness of such person, firm or corporation uS4t and let us have it speedily. -Bartow is to be carried on in any voting district, telling the hairs. This. however, It
Courier-Informant. town, city, county, Territory, or State set-ims, Is a mistake. It is useN on
Patriotic citizens of Tallahassee have where the local laws of such voting dis- th. contrary, to render them hard, dry,
donated a large, beautiful site for the trt, town, city, county, Territory or stitY inI brittle, In whii' i'lii condition
Governor's mansion, and it will not be State such business is prohibited. t I ,,-st .i, to the blade,. hair Ie,,.
long before our Governor will be housed Sec 2. That any person, firm or cor- i iwst rl oi the rlt. Inr wle
like a prince. The last Legislature ap- portion engaging in any business men- lu naturally oily, th, razor woult
propriated the money necessary for the tioned in section 1 of this act in any either slip over the lliunp hair without
building, and it is now immediately voting district, town, city, county, Ter. ('uttllig It, or entering albeit half way
available.--Punta Gorda Herald. ritory or State where the carrying on btulil the hair back andl slice it leingth-
Tallahassee, through the Saxon svn- of such business is prohibited by the wise all the while straniiing It most
dicate, has donated a lot for the Gov-i local laws of such voting district, town, p larnfully at the root, ninl as a razor
ernor's mansion, and as soon as it is city, county, Territory or State, shall, utilhI thus site andu pull Ierotnuilyl n
accepted a $25,o00 mansion will be for every such offense, be fined not number of hairs at ,on.re the pain itpro-
erected thereon. This is a step in the less than one hundred dollars nor more u ce .ltl tese. Most shi -
right direction. Florida has long need- i than one thousand dollars, and be im- duce, wut h* ilten.,. 1,st shu -
ed a gubernatorial mansion. It is not prisoned not less than six months nor nlg s:li .ontainsi a ftree alkali. either
right that the head of the government more than two years. potash oil sts.hi, whiI'h 'euhl iiecs with
should be compelled to seek lodgings Sec, 3. That all laws and parts of aild so ro'iovs the ill of thine hiir
wherever he can find them; sometimes laws in conflict with the provisions leaving onIly th lihard ftller, dry and
Pt one place and sometimes at another. hereof be,. and the same are hereby re- stiff, isi miay ie t>se i by taking a solu-
cala Banner. pealed. (Ion of inrbonate of stm.a ami clipping
a . ... ~Notice. a i siitil hair Into it.
A Bhd Scare.

Some day you will get a bad scar
when you feel a pain in your bowels
and fear appendicitis. Safety lies ii
Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cur
for all bowel and stomach diseases, sucl
as headache, biliousness, costiveness
etc. Guaranteed by all druggists; only
25c. Try them. *
spellinl ia the Yearn 1404.
By the following, whiblh Is anu exact
copy of the first paragraph In the wll
of lHenry IV. of England, written in
January, 144)8, It will be seen that even
kings are not always good spelllhers:
"In the nauie of (Got. iFall.r,. on and
Holly Gost, three P'ersus aind one I, Ileury, sinful wrteh by the Gradt' of
-God Kyrng of England and Frauncei
and Lord of Irlanid, bellig in mny hole
mynd. ntak ny ttatestament in ianiiere
and forine that suyth, .yrst. I bie
quethe ti. Almighty (todl iny sinful soul,
the whycihe il i"i'rnel be''nt worthy of
the lian, ilut t'iro' lvhys ilerv i'ls anid liy
grase, wlich lyf'ft 1 havoth inysie inlyid
thereof I lit uiiyselfe wholly li his
grase and inntr'ye with all uiiyVn herte.
Also, I thank my loills threw tihe
people for thit trew servyse that tlt,'y
have duine unto nit', andU I ask thelnin
forgyvunls if I hasth lysentrited them
In en.1 w1ys,'."
It will also bIe noted that Hleniry, le-
sides not teinlg Uti to tih standard as at
speller, hail a pIa'cullir halilt of spelling
-one word in from two to live dis'ireint
Artlts an IFrame Makers.
Tin' fratin' for thli pleturt Is alway'4
a sori fil stilon w hiti tl' iiv l'eral art' st,
as aly oine of thliwiii wll oniifts iail
any friane it nakr t,'stify to. NIMost
\ painters halitii dililnite l nsA on howl
their unvaste *lm ,ilil Ite frani.el, butI
when it evini's to oril'rli ig aniil plnyig
for then, that Is another matter. As
great un artist as Aliima-Taeniiia al-
ways de"lgniitl nhis own frantsi, aind
not a few N'iw York palntersl dilsign
and niake tlnlir own. Th'le'r Is one
Boston artist who iMa'ni tby making his
S Own frnimies after his owin eil'slnis. nilnt
his e ffUtx we're' soi artlsti that sopvoril
Of hbis ollenlinuts In that 'Ity iNsggi'd
him to mnak,, f'ranis for tlh'iMn. II
consentetl to lo this in a few tcvaes.
until the fatunit of his wtirk mpr *ad
abroad. annl iis a rrnilt tnt r,'''ilvi'el no
many orders that hlie set up a frame
making Hbop of his own.
No Secret About It.
It is no secret that for cuts. burns,
ulcers, fever sores sore eyes. boils, etc ,
nothing is so effective as Bucklen's
Arnica Salve "It didn't take long to
cure a bad sore I had. and it is all 0. K
for sore eyes." writes D. L. Gregory.
of Hope,Tex. 25c at all druggists. *
S^.ccording to a recent report of the
pV.S. Poetoffice Department the gross
lncome of the TallahaMee postofficeefor
the fiscal year ending June .30, 1906,
wa $14,14, making this city sixth in
rank of the larger places in the State.
The five preceding t were Jacksonville.
TaMopa, eac St. Augustine an
Miami, In the order named.

Application has been made to the
e King s Daughters by adeserving woman
, who has to support herself and invalid
n husband by sewing, for assistance in
e securing a second-hand sewing machine.
i Any person having a machine to sell at
, a reasonable price, please notify Mrs.
y E. G. Chesley, or amn member of the
I. H. N. Circle of the King's Daughters.
Florida Has a Few On Small Scale.
i Prof. Peck's appreciation of Hanna
in the Bookman is one that deserves the
3 study of the American voter who must
1 constantly pass judgment on such men.
The latest of the great Republican lead-
I ers is pictured as a kind and faithful
man in his family, but without the moral
Sense in business or politics "strong
and big and coarse" mentally and phys-
ically, "lusting after wealth and power
with mighty longings" and entirely un-
scrupulous as to the means by which
such longings were gratified. In much
, the public knows this character is faith-
ful to truth and justice It remains for
Sus to say whether such men shall make
I our laws, shape our policies and justify
the claim of the party they enslave to
its reputation as "truly American and
broadly philanthropic Times-Union.
What the South Gets From Panama
Canal Construction.
(New Orleans Picayune.)
Those of the Southern people who are
so eager to put control of their com-
merce, both by land and water, under
supreme power of the Federal Govern-
ment, should pause a little while they
take note of a debate in Congress when
the Panama Canal appropriation bill
was before the House on Thursday.
Hon. Champ Clark, of Missouri, ques-
tioning Republican Congressmen who
were engineering the bill, brought out
t iat the United States Canal Commission
has bought and owns and operates five
steamships which are plying between
Colon at the Atlantic terminus of the
canal and New York.
Occasionally the Canal Commission
purcha. e something in New Orleans,
and has it carried in private vessels,
batthe lion's share, the great bulk of
the enormous amount of supplies that
go from this country to the canal con-
struction, is sent from or through the
port of New York in I'ncle Sam s own
'[hat is the plainest sort of fact, and
it proves what the Picayune has con-
stantly contended, that the Federal
Government is a vast sectional orlani-
zation, operated for the benefit an( en-
richment of the people of Northern
States, while we in the South only get
the crumbs and husks that fall from
the great Federal table
If this is the state of things under r
present conditions, what will it be when
the Federal power shall control all the
railroads and the quarantine, and by
consequence the commerce of the
Southern ports ? Then we of the South
will not get-even the crumbm.
Nicest Oce In City.
To Rent. A nice new, clean room,
with all conveniences. Can be used in
one large room or made into three
rooms Would make a splendid place
for lodge or club room. Apply at True
Democrat Office.

A tenant wanted for the newest and
best Wekoe room in the city. Call and
15k at it up stairs, over The True
Democrat office.

The Deep Sea Lead.
i tiorder to find a shilli's position
j when approaching the lantld lin a fog
soundings nare taken with tlint "deep nseil
leadl" This lend weighs t wenty-elght
Itoundtis and is aitticheled to a line which
I I u marked off ill fathou liy uliiilning of
various colors, lpitets' of leather anid
knots. Blored in thelit ise of the hlend
Is at holi about t wo Ilnches tde-p, and
thli is tilledl with tallow, o that tinhe
gravel or shells at the otn'i bottom
will aulheore to It, and the nature of the
Ieds uialy lite thus is-ertnliiiel. When
lithe t ltIrown verltiard the wn-
ter'r deptli Is inoteI on (ithe Ilie, anid
tills iilld their adhernc to the tallow
whlin conliared with the description
giveii on tie chai't will give tihe ship's
position with toltlraile nict'iiry.
The llalmou l ain ellukr.
h'lie itieliuktes, \er'e aitii oy of sol
ilt'rs whi rulid lErypIt r s' several hin-
dreil ywirs. 'Il hiir linie It'l is ir-lt-
fromn an rai word vli whh iintii slimve,
and tlihy were origliiily caiptlIes froii
Catiicaslin countries. In tihe middle of
the thirtteeinth 'century teliey were intro-
t1iu<.etl Iinto lEcyplit Is thle snultil i's I Nly-
giuati. but ipon theli ace sslon of ''urin
halh, whom they hated, they ovetr-
threw h1ini nnul theli'ct'tl one of tlihlti-
sive4t Itn his plaiice. For nonrly :00I
yelirn tliy held tlie power thIns iusurp
edt, tnd even whin c uinpellehn to re-tlni
It they lid much liftiience In ll-Egypt.
in 1M11 nearly all tIe uiinrnelukes were
maniisiie-reud oy .1 ofiiilu iinId All.%11. allil
those w1lio thlwin u-c-ai,'ld 1to Nublit were
desttriyedl Iln loS.<.

Tbe *llars of Herrnale.
'I'b.i "Pillars oii llrtniils-" \vas the
Inilue tili'ieintly gel\n tio tlhe mouiintlins
of 'aIlpe tand Al lit, sNtainling oppllirt it
to enci other, tlie one i tlit Einrolsanili
anll the other on thlie Afrhian silore (of
the trait which coinnets the .l11Mlter
ranvan sea with the Atlantle wceun.
The niounitaln i arel now ciitlhl t li
Itowk of <;llhrlltalr aud JuIel 7tainit.
The word < 4;lbraltir, whihilh Is lit( p'rof-
elit itilso a lild"I to tihent trilt, Wi i
origlinllly "Jelme'l Tarhl." or "Mouilnil ii
of Tarlh." T'ri'rle Illilng the nman0e of lti.
leader of tlhe tlrl t oI amintininedan lbanid
wvhitch rmNsel at ithliat loint over Into
Spalin In tthe ye:ir .\ I1. 71Ti.

The WInd Sa*l.
It frequently haip'ni~h lihnt after di<-
charging at .argo of a plnrtlcuilarly
uiuloorous iunture' It In invent ry ti
let tile air reality certain purtM of the
holdl of a vessel inot inmrved by" trle fixel
regulation venltilittors. To effect this
purpsme a portlatle nauavna ventilator,
called a "wind suill," I e uiployeil. It In
cylindrical In shape and Is kept In po
sitlon by means of stays. Wben It Is
erected the air blows down It, and the
hold Is soon pure once more.

We-der If Ti aso Delo
If you put two person is the aname
bedroom, one of wbom baa the tooth-
sche abd the other Is In love, you wIt
Bnd that the person who has the tooth-
ache wilU o to slep Ar&t. Isn't it eoti-


L, C.



Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Wagon%

Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,

Sugar MIllI and Kettles, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-

piles, Parm and Garden Toole. Patent Disk Cultiva-

tore, Builders' Supplies and Sporting Goods.

If you can't find what you want you

may be sure Yaeger has it.




Confectioner I Crocer


Telephone 82.



Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Plans and Speelcications turn Ished. All kinds of buildings planned
aid constructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber
mould. s, stair rails, balhteer., porch columns. brackets, maatelo, lgrlU,
fancy sable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip.
Uon. Brick. Lime and Cement for sale.

attention. We guarantee our work
Prices reasonable
Seaboard Air Line, on lot South t
P. 0. *OX .


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.



For SWe.
A medium-sized second-hand boiler,
with equipment., for sale cheap. Ap-
ply at this office, or at Leon Hotel, and
see it. 3 81-tf

-wat Mna



N ~ Discharge Notice.
nbohthe aftor the date of the Amrs peUm-.
Ciosaty ~lWill .t myOw ) sesowwowmt 60
CouutygJ af ="Uty. Ph,4ads. miap*
for' my dimebsw. as Admiauswsof dthe mab
of How 3p J. haim
TmihAmI, V Wa. Ispmb'IsO.V: Ie

Prompt Delivery.

All orders will receive prompt
to be first class In every particular.
Offce, Shop and Lumber Tard on




Between Yu. I and the Lamp Post
Is i & o wtI bwr

jChristmas 1 Goods
i^^a w I ,s d as ym


House Furnishing Goods,

Guns and Ammunition.

Crockery of all kinds, we sell the best at reasonable
prices and would be glad to serve you. Let us try.



JOHN G. COLLINS, Pkblikher.


Pofdcal Announcemmts.
[Asaetaa mnuMta will be published nuder this
band uls after the Primay Elections at 6.
In advnes, for the full time.]
To the People of Leon County:
I herhby saomunce my candidacy for the poilton

The Shootl g eof Mr. Collism. mst Fund. of tst. Senator from the Eighth Senatorial Dia-
Christmas morning the startling, news trict. To you I ubtmit the question of my lua*llR-
was spread over the city that Mr. D). tlion to repiseent you in that capacity.
E. collins, who was an emrlvee of TALLAHAIHEE MOUTHEATTERN RAILWAY If naninsted by the I-)eocratic primary. and
I elected. I shall devote my best effortA to your inrv-
the Tallahamees I; sn and Water Works co. MOVING IN CONNECTION WITI ice. and your i t,-, wt. a. welfare hall be rmy
Companies, ard Mr. Robert G< rman, a THAT DEED IN K(ROW. 'l co siratstn.
well known younv man of Tsll'ihassee, R JOHN W. HEN[KREON.
had both been ehot, the first mentioned On December 22nd, Sublpem s were
killed, and the latter seriously wounded served on the Trustees of the In ernal for Buese .of *pr *atatives.
in the shoulder. sat. about 10 o,clock. Improvement Fund in an injunction suitVorf In nty:
Sunday night. Mr. Colilns, with a coel- brought against the trustees by the Tal- wT hereby D paiV,..,-,r. ,,fiLrt Nrt.nli .aenty: n
ored employee of tFe compani.- nAmed lahaset". Southeastern Railway Comn- didalt for the Hous -f ilIepr-'eIntativ'e's. ubj'ctt
wax on the north ,-rd of Munroe street piny, Which seeks to enjoin tf:e trus- t,, the action of the D rrn'ratic( Primary.
re-pairing a break in the wat.-r pip. 1 tees from disposing of, paying ut or Vox Po.t'Lu.
of the company, when some ,,ne come otherwise appropriatidg any money now Tiet.
up and hailed, ordering them to came in their custody or eo.rrollarising from Ctites' TIet.
to him. The. colored man, IAoomis, the sale of about 110,10) acres of land FIr May,,r.
states that he and Mr. f'ollins were at situated in the counties of Taylor and F. C,. oMtfE.
work some time after the clock had Lafa ette sold by the trustees to the F,,r ra ix ,i.t,,r,
struck 10, and that a man came across rallahliasee Southeastern Railway Corn- F,,r "r., A,.4-Nr.
the street from in front of MissChair,, piny,.deeds being Dlaced in escrow in w H. (HIIANC.Y.
resid.-nce and called. "come here !" IHe the First National Hank of Tallahassee. For Clerk and Treasurer,
answered "sir!" "Co(me here," he or- The defendants are required to show A. H. WlI.IIAMS.
dered again, and fired. Loomis states cause on the 23rd day of January, 1906, For Curclmen,
that he. went from him toward Mr. Col- before Hon John Malone, Circuit : CAY, A C. SPIIIER.
lines. The man called again, "come here" Judge, at Quincy, why the injunction HAYWARD ANInuI1-H.
Mr. Collins said "Hoss, we are too busy am prayed should not be granted. To the Voter.of Tallaha, v:
filling up our ditchr" Then another it .. rpectfullyoffer myow.lf as a candidate. for the
shot was fired andl Mr. Collinifell over, Smith-Plfer Narriage. ,iMre of Mayor of Tallahai.M... aubjert to the ac-
dead, nd that hetn of the city [emcratei primary. and pledge
dead, and that he the,,n ran fast a r. W It. Smith, the popular young ,riy.lf. if lectedml, ti prf',,rm all the duties of the
he could down the hill and gave the clerk at Mr H L. Gregory's store, waI !r thce to the twat of my ability.
alarm. married early this week at St. Marks F. c. G.IMonR.
Shortly after this, near the same to Miss Elsie Pifer Miss IP came from For No.yor.
nighhlorhotl. Mr. ,obert ;ormrnan was Michigan two years ago, arid has mail4' The many friends of ior Henry K. Palmer on-
also shot. Ife, Mr. Will Mahry rnd many friends in her now home' They nounre him an a ranslit.r-. fr Mas or, iujmer tn
Mr. Hfightower had leeeri out tofeether, will nial e tTallahasi~.ne their home. ?t the action-fthe city ls-)m.<-ratit-primary.
but they left him and went visiting at is now int order to conrvratulate' the For City Clerk.
Mr. IHe.rrings. Some time afterwards young couple, antl, sof course, The True ,I ., ,r,,incs, f rr, ..if s a candidates for r.'-
Mr. (Gorman walked into Mr l(rrings /hmocrat, with their many fri-nls, .-li-nn I totoh oti-. ,,(i> ci. lrk of the city of
and fell unconscious. Examination wish them a InrK arn ipr<-r,> jIour- s"r, ha. .. ritar, r ida. .srt to the' action of them
showed that he was wounded in the right ne.y through lifs. '.ty ,Ieo.ms-ratic I,rumnr
side' just below the sheouIder mand that I ,.than,, ik h-' ,.t.r f .; w it.y f,r s i, i rt in aiht
i'!#- *I fi i. ansin W ill fl lr-I l ea' ut i' it in rhi- ,r '. .
he was shot t t cloes,-' r';n l/s am his coat rirosilois o tl... i'eiruos A If. W 1.I. IAMH.
wa s 'eorche lIt a3 y.-t Mr. (;,rmn;fi o.' \\i|ii, Mrrl, in ,.i I:lii |1lI For city Tax Collector.
is un:;.il, to tell how hs,' h <''rl;,a e w Uirld-
ud-I '' ,' w hlitol airiir i- sih rou deth I d in 111111,I t ;1 1 t jl, ,'d i sIi ..1o: t i'b. fi I h .1 .-by announced. s|f a-u .tan.si ulatef, r f r'e-
rrIv ,terv, c'r, hittingg ai t i5; Hi *.lisati nrl it s In i ',ii i ,l 1,t" Isn h *' e ,.1, s'f, r ii ,, th, ll--. , P ';'t. -> '. ll, ct ti r f th't
thisM co'srrrir inity fhir'l iH oiDftalt b|rined by Isis J l(s ,I'M !l, It -111 "1 ll 1't I i t I, 14 if vt l' itv -rt,,r iti l,,,iarv.
fi ll g ,, I s'itfiz ,e'r sr ,ns l.y o f hs .r t h'l, ;w-l,, l -r ". l;,1 -. r.l I,, i ,I. I ,,,,ri '-... .. , ,i r lte- t i ,
moil it faith a t r ful ito 1l ,#t!,I, t c,,I,, ,,r
Jufiv'e W hitfi eld, ii < r, ri ,r.ier, Dlat ilr'e,' l iri .li -. I l' I 's itll W. 1IS Wll .siN.
wi-nt tfi w, rk to ) invtti, t', :ini l with \vllih hs' ii ch'i- '.,i l tir For City Tax Assessor.
M .1e rs ..J1, 1 S. I I fssmuits.i frre.u iaman. C '. '',.y.. I i, ; ill ,,] .,' ; l.i ,,|l, l. i ,.. r,.I.-. iru ,,,,.,- .... 'f u ,'a- ,,,lu',.s- f,,r r.-.
Z. sinr, I %. Me IinIJils4 J. A l 'e r ,|h'tils *s,'" t' to . i .' l A--. -,r ,'f the
J. ( I M ir flord and .. 1.K W illi1ars H am it ..' t,."' f In li ius...l.. ., . .. u t' t h I li-tI 'titon
jurv ha v- *. -en ho l i r'l ,ll il y .Hse i.,r4 M ", Mi ti .,l i, -l-.l It hii ,ie -t ,i ,, i I f, I -, . t i.v hrv
filtd it i4 rJit'rtld hall fo' id Af i'l-e1 >flI vi,-i, min-111fli th,' |-s fI I r, # t if" IIl 1-i t t-l,-1 stie'
VP t ra le, pllc lie', aindI theY' h iay' asi- *. r'l's f', I l" te lih' i 1l"l l it ,i "i.' the, ir.ni, ng )rirn rv
journeir d ,| tlil Sal urit y after rnoonre t. ".1.I :" Ii ",1,,i( t W. 11. 'HtAN. 'Y.
Mr ('ollisa- came' here al biut three .Iter Iin t hie dily Ie' ;sne In l.tugh- Congressional Announcement.
mrlnrmiths isgoe from Spartei'n tir (a.., 114g. I herlvy anrnoum ep th;tt I arn a (aen where hel has sa family i ,fe has con- "I tIrnp i,,,e thi e i. rsp by J I.l I ,ve' he ',ire.. ri h e. 'I irel Cr ', ''siru1 t '.D rct sf
thu,' Steeis' sf F"Iru1,ea -,,)e ,'t f, tht' Ies'tvv,.'ratius
ducslted hirnsielf well, I.eingalways at hlhis ,. ,,i,i,,,,i. "I 's e.,'DI li|mi, ''iWho killed primary ihat will I,. h, 1l in Pilo;; AnI I .hall. if
pomt otf lutty aril faithful to, hism plliy- r i\ 'o i eI,'tdol. wiork tirices.iinViVv anel votes, for:
reM. filM Ili ly wasm prne'lared for burial Appropre r.f,,r th,. iprov..me.nt f Ihe
y ndlertake r I)D u ncan and his rem ains e 'I "' i i i 'I vhrl l it tihitrriver ,ahIr tire of th i, r hs-
were 'iliid to rent in Ulfth e ity cemetery | I l i h. 'I kl '*'w youi'di i'y' !st indileh oIri't.
Ws Istiel tic net ire true' tty es'tn c'ry su2nd I Hall touuires the r'sductionso (fthe Siuth'm
Tuesday that. Every I)l e'
  • That ,uch a terrible thing shoutl hape- iiidl ,l-ft hli'm puslZzlidI ls eslgh, g uel I 'l. I. Ishall l,,all that I carns lt havteh fr rural
    mail i'tlivery 1otalahlishe'i lhrsjuih(iut the tMiutrict.
    lie'n in Tall thah se I is an otitrag', and all ieial1it Itf 11'e ,is III l I it yet t Wlitt tthe it h. I shall endeavor to have a thtorouirh wer<,loir-
    geumr citizens hope the guilty party or matter was thei nuvityomlr in crn h ountyof all concerned tr for
    parties' ay te broiu gi teo JUlistl .. -- hth. I shall work ftor the prperier ailvertiemetnt
    We. withho(lpl further 'ommten't until shnrk llener In the jury rendiers a verdict in ai'ccrrdlance i rks itt', r ,ael,.tr s lel.a,.i t Iii craptlv- | it;th. I hall wsrk to place tlria. tn an equal
    with what evidence' they smay have been it- rn r It Ie lt, lehi uly,. v to i keep theuva ,lti t ,niu wnhi the .tsadint ttat s r if th l ,lr na ion in-
    a l t I ite'e M'(h'' e' icratura ion arid inttluntria e. and the various ptiroirrl'-
    III s liaitifuas ut tllt've'r litre illiy Ie ive deve..lopments that will tie tleneticial to the

    Christmas Tree and Intertalnment.
    The Junior Epworth Leaguie of the,
    Metholist chliurch entertained the public
    Monday evening with ia Ihristmas tree',
    and by rendering the, following program:
    Song Ilark, the liehrall Angels Sing.
    Prayer. n
    Sonv loy to the W.orl.
    Iteciittion Janet Hyrd.
    Slo MIn rgare't t I tDern illy.
    Recitatition Onera liellowity.
    Iec'itation Kate Ityrd.
    Solo Aida Mioor
    Recitation Helen Saxon
    Song KIing the Merry Xmas Hell.
    Dimtributinn (if I'Pesentis
    Hymn All lial the Power of .JIesum'
    Iesnedict ion.
    The linpltint ,Junior Soc'ietv gave a
    rice entertainment Tuesdny evening.
    which was very creditable to Mrs.
    ('arnmer and her assistants in arranging
    for it, and to the children who took
    part. Every one present vote's it one
    of the bhe't ever given in the city.
    Capt. John i. I.aw is among his
    hosts o(f Tallahausse friends again for a
    Miss Mary I, Scott has returned
    home from Jacksonville, where she
    spent Christmas
    Mr George Smith, of the Crawford-
    villa Brreeze, .pent ('Chritmi with Mrs
    Smith's parents
    Miss Hangs of C'arrablle High
    School, was the guest of Miss Edith
    Elliott this week.
    Every one of Mr. Patrick McGriff's
    friends was gladly to welcome' him home
    for the Christmas season.
    Miss Henrietta Ord Ames entertained
    the Young People's Card Club Tuemlay
    evening Hc'reihmersts wi'es srrveu.
    and a most pleasant evenizr was en-
    joyed by those present.
    The pirty who are on the (asit after I
    c'se and ducks tart ived at t'intacea at
    6o'clo'": p m "Tutasy. nyl4 fhetore X
    o'clock the next morsiing got into hr rge
    bunches of both and bag%'ed i large
    number I)uck and geese are plentiful
    on the (Gulf coast this seaston. and arte
    said to not be as wild as usual, and
    there is no better point to get at them
    than rt pleasant Panacea Springs
    Ann, ince'ment is made that the mar-
    riage < f Mr. Walter I. Wight to Miss
    Augueta Chittenden will take place on
    the evening of January 18. 190N. In this
    city, at thehome of the bride's parents,
    Mr. ard Mrs. 8. D. Chittenden. This
    evet has bee looked forward to for
    nm- t:me and the host of Tallahassee
    friede of this very popular you
    couple DI wUth in tou

    lhselowel iupon tulein tIye.v do enot "eem'i
    Ito le aible. to staitild contineie'lt, huiW-
    ever la rge tlue tank ,or pool lmay I.
    In 'eiptivity lisarkm swim rouitl aind
    rountl lew luilk. ihe tinelies out of tenu
    takiln g e niut'se uiil never reversing.
    .\ shlrk hA, I, ena kiinown to keep iIts
    outi'e' for three or four onti tls wit -

    : Slate.
    7th. I favor the increase and etxtenonisn of the
    commercial ri-lattionship (of the Ulniteid tatesa iion
    an qiuitabtle' Iusin with the various nation andi
    iplans issf the wisrld, in order that the farmers of
    ' the South may find a ready market for their tot-
    I tn and ,other pr lucita at paying pric-t. and that
    the matuiifactuurer may find an outlet for his eur-
    splisn manufactured prVducts.
    The active' ar' a few of the many things that I
    favor and expect to work forr if elected
    Jr.irr: ia)N 0. D.STEPHENS.



    Repair Work a Specialty.

    SAll Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.


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

    it C 'anI IIila, txI *'excpt fior .Ni, itnever Phones 79 and 39.
    in itiing, ,o f.r ni It wnsi woihll keep goIIIg ll ditay long u>aidl T NOIR AND HY VIRTUE OF AN EXEcI .-
    wou lit be' found K Just 14 Mwe. Iffo ro di wiV o i'ee1 iI Sond .J dial Circusait of Florida in and fr the NC M E LIVERY FOR
    Jtl Iht ilI I~f f(.l \ plu i IIIN |(,,,nty Jy,,f IlCn. p'W rIyn a 4jul4irmnth rotruecovrl .in NICE LJVERN FOR
    Its way. It woutlld mtop f'or Hosetratl Iniii- the courtt of the County Judire in and for aad
    Wltesl andi .at,. re..l.lhilung lidi th. ',i countyy. in a 'certain cause iendini therein wherein NIC P OPL
    J',.w,;h A F'Alr,,,indln wa plaint iff and Richard NICE PlEOPLE.
    Nnie WvIIVt. i'rese isn a i ll tIi the a li.'e i ir.t.lt iot l ulu its. r m1ll at ii i tcry to the hih t er for J D. CAY 140 S. Ada s St.
    tit ash, Isefore the-, county rourt house ulwr in the D. CAY, 140 as St.
    roiunid. Loving slly utsm din- city .f Tallahai', m maid county n the th daythe choicest livery in
    of err A A) I.4,. twtwn the hour of 11-1 carry the choicest livery in
    turwd. o'rclmk a. In and 2o 'clock p. m., all that certain the city.
    .... sic.. or parcel of land ituate in the city of Tall.I..
    f I hamlw aforo'ait. known and deiwrilswd follow. My teams cannot be duplica-
    N iiearis of ali Ippt lP. I to-wit Sullhiv iion deiirtnated "Qt" of lot num- ted by any stable in Tallahassee.
    TI-re. itre. two. t l inine title l r`441 l4 1- rmni fifty.-rour I! in the north t addition to
    tih.a for it hailsly lif e lsaiiit'l.V, Uti.futll "maIdl ctY, am Ir masM at)r plat eurdeo l i i tn i My Carriages, Phetons, Sur-
    lok.,k "J J." ac" 4N)(. ,if the public records in the i r ys, aBu iesa n s are
    UtlUpation for tillllt IItIIl IHly Id1 f1 11 i,offi. ,f the f(l..rk of the Circuit Co(urt in and for rey8, Bugmie8 and Robes are
    ,outlet for unsilfishl affection. Theti rst maidn o.,unty. urchaser to pay for (detl. mot new and clean, the fastidi-
    rquiite for enduring pli Ie In ai, ISheriff ofsaid County. ous will be pleased with them.
    hnviihg work to dlo In which llne Is<- rw mtwr i2. ,w ,i I ask a liberal share of the
    liev.e.. Much work always Omn pat the MrJWsctt mnson titepatronage of the people of Tal-
    he.Ves. Nuch work alwys h Mr. J. Wetcott E^Mmonson iwxnt the ^.ah.assee, 1and of those visiting
    aS.eiomplitlins ut tof maionethbig useful. Christmas holidays with his Tallahassee here. In return will guarantee
    While this work must I idoine with relatives and friends. best service possible guarantee
    fair effllcency, It "lhouhll not Iws asconl- Senator Taliferro has again intrlodu- eri psi
    paailel with too much drudgery or ex- ced a bill (S.1711) for the relief of Sal- After this date I wil operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
    hausthio. vador Costa, who had considerable ship- take orders for fain.ihsu or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
    The sinpler the plan on which oue's ping property taken from him during leaving
    living is Ua ttl-wl' t -es ls will be the the war which was used in the service To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
    coniplhictions and dniturlanu'es caused of the Union army or destroyed. competent drivers. There are no others so good. A trial will convince.
    Ity itn overelitmnirute cnial of e'xlteuce Says a Lake City correspondent for In the sales department will always he found a good assortment of
    nlul tile ls- re time will I .left fur the the T. U. : A strong effort is to be draft and saddle horses and mules for light or heavy work.
    real duti sandul ipemureu of lifte'.- From made to have Hlion Walter F. (Coach-
    "Vital Questtou a by s r. I nry D. man to talk to the farmers here on Jan. I keep on hand various grades of buggies andharness. Any one look-
    apl t r. ry 6th. All know the wonderful results ing for either will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
    cthapn that have been achieved by him in the ('Come to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con-
    Any one wishing Dirt Work done, antu hey like having it fresh fromesv asl. umber of phae :1.
    ts ouhl melatest (pro. 1 Avhritt. who the lip.; of a man who knows how it can,
    d th,(, ilat.et ia quickved mneatry for be done. l the farmers, if they stick
    d ,inr it ch ,.apl\, quickly, neatly and t ether .
    sittisf.(s tist'illy, and he will .) it while tether.
    thia oh.tr ,nan with wagon i. getting thThe Lam xr-Williams dihate has leen
    ..' l to . (i 41.tf the subet. f atN great dal of comment aP r nti
    bV public men and the newspapers. The
    Schedalle T. S. 9. R&Ura. Congressional Record, as yet, has not, -
    Sc.hede, N ,t S. r. 2;: he.. 1. reported what wa, naid.I t iq expwted fI
    lF.(etstiv. Novemn'ser 22 the T. 9. F. that a verbatim report will s.;.p -.or in a
    train for Wa'inisa \ 11 leave TallahaMee day or two and detjlot at 2 p m. d ily. except Sunday, c.ive the Record will have t ,' p Ieasure
    ret rnin;r t arrive in Tallahassee at of enjoying vey spicy lit ratu re -- Cre oe a good impression among your
    4:p n 1 i, .AWashington Corielpondent. ,
    S F. P. P.'(olwARD. Agent Billy-So yer did'nt git nuthin' but a corr ponlldents and helps Ito give your
    Foar SlAW Clp. jackknife and a sled fr (Chnsmas? btl-ines- prestige.
    Tommy- Yes; dat's all I got worth
    Set of Text Biook--Gomeral History, peakin' of. Dere wu a suit of clothes.. w I NiAT PUIamwrme AT r AsOAZa arluS s
    nlih Com ton, LtUn Grammar and a overcoat, and a hat or two, and aONS'
    Ar'it"amotke.%. .Alb a ad ,w's Galle omm undelothes. and a book of poMN OOLLINS' JOB OPFFIO I.
    Wars. True Demorat Offie. and sonw stockin's ad gloes, and some
    i dollars and cuffs, and a few other
    m m rg C ObvnoZ 07*u ft A datAK.LAftAOL MkMk A
    -0 11. - -


    Injauction Agalast Internal Improve.

    J. E. THUS.




    Comfort and Elegance are combined in our

    well selected stock of Rockers, Easy Chairs,

    Lounging Chairs and Morris Chairs. You will

    do well to have a look at them if you want

    First Choice.

    A Very Heavy Line of Fine and Medium

    Furniture for Every Room in the House at

    Startling Prices.

    Suits, Iron Beds, Household Furnishings,

    Carpets, Mattings, Etc.




    - - ~.

    --- =MEW wow=-

    uN1TwS1 O OmIAN BILL. educational interests of the State. To and high school, britaing
    maintain them upon the same basis and public free school syten a
    R Mar Iy L. wl a Its AuthWr, to have maintained them properly would people as possible, ad r
    In lJ9aevrl h* Suh. have cost more per annum than twice ture a hiertandard
    In order to tel arrive a the amount expeded upon the entire atim in order that t may
    the bmue ts Ifa It re e ac c u 1 free school system, without ob- steppta stone by those w
    th nLf .if. ,i* "J particular advantage b to enter the university or
    so J are l5key d6inh,a when the islatur of It distributes the burden
    sueosfthe nactual reutha ofatsM wasaaproached for th ap riationmore equally among all the
    acrmo as the natural result of it 00s.4-l
    raonit i tir mr to heinto of $7,000, a sentment wh1hh d beeneach county will now levy i
    et n isfomd a to e orsomeyears crystallihin asagainst portion of tae In addition t
    oft lyt I orme d"to I situation the further maintenance of these inside by the State for
    w asage of the a tutons, resulted in the passage of the o ts own common school,
    wea clear dea of the radical act of 90. reason shouldproportiate
    ge wrought the bill, the moving That this act was opposed is a matter rate of taxation as, under
    se6n in the concentration tte' M of public history of the State. It was tern, many of the counties
    n th and entfforts upon a tatef but natural that every county in whichtheseoldintitutions wore
    h and efforts upon a system of any of these institutions w re located no tax whatever, but sent Ut
    i toher education o r I should vigorously oppose the provisions to the primary department
    th r tonthe admission of Florida into the act. But while it is less than six institutions, who were educa
    the Union, it existed under the Terri- month since the act was passed, as far at the bounty of the State.
    f East and West Florida and under the as can be gathered from an expression The newact reduces, or sh4
    act oCgress Ftm ag da ttethrough the public press and other taxation for the years 1905
    rt of Conwgress admititt tascea State, sources from different sections of the mills per annum. The dii
    there was granted to it a certain area State, the feeling of opposition that ex- tween the appropriations a
    of land upon the condition that the pro- listed at the time has given place to one the Legislature of 1905, $
    maintenance anshould remain suppon asrt a fund for the of more than general satisfaction, and the appropriation of $150
    mattion of lancearningd support of two inat this with the exception, perhaps, of under the new act, $600,000
    tutions ol Terri one to be lorateda onv one o, r two counties. over the two years, meansI
    the old Territory of West Florida, west 'i'he purpoe of the act was to create annum, equal to about a 3-
    of the Suwannee river, and the other and maintain as far as the Legislature a 1-mill tax upon the assess
    to be located in the old Territory of could, hampered with t e provisions of the property of the State %
    East Florida, east of the Suwannee the act of Congress before referred to, something over $100.000. n
    te o. a uniform system or plan of higher ed- no reason, with economic n
    By the Constitution of 1885 there is ucation, which should centralize in a in the administration of th
    provided a system of public free schools few institutions. The objects to be thus tutions, as to why this annu
    which are commonly known as the obtained would necessarily cost less taxpayers should not cont
    county schools, including bot h the money for their operation, and by pre- creased ratio as the taxable
    grammar and the high schools. By a scribing that they should only be open the State increases from y
    section of the Constitution it was pro- to upils who had passed through the It is true that the Legis
    vided that the Legislature should re- high schools, cut off all preparatory de- have to be called on from t
    ate at least one normal school, and not apartment and make them entirely col- to appropriate certain mor
    to exceed two ; and by a further pro- legiate in their operation. That it was pairs and maintenance of tl
    vision the State Board of Education the policy of the constitution to foster tions, or a specific tax levi
    was given jurisdiction over such schools normal schools for the education of purpose, and may, in the fir
    of higher grades as the Legislature teachers for the public schools, a nor- be required to appropriate
    should establish or create. Aside, mal department was added and also certain amount of building
    therefore, from the public free school summer schools for the same purpose, would be required to do ir
    system, and commencing with the act The act created one university and one and it can be readily seen th
    which admitted the State into the Un- college for girls, it being the idea of propriations will be less foi
    ion, it will be seen that it was in con- the Legislature not to countenance co- tutions than it ever could hi
    temptation, both of the act of Con- education, and this complied with the nine. It is also to be taken
    gress and of the Constitutional provi- act of Congress that one of these insti- eration thatct the endowmt
    sions, that an additional system of ed- tutes should be located east and one institutions that are accruii
    ucation, to be something higher than west of the Suwannee river. It main- seminary funds and the 1I
    th.public free school system, should be tainted the Colored Normal Institute lo- fund, they have been now
    maintained, and in pursuance of these cated at Tallahassee, and sought to add treated and consolidated amo
    provisions the State of Florida, con- to its efficiency, and it maintained the institutions to which they a
    mencing with 1850, established the two Institute for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, to be appropriated, viz., the
    institutions of learning-one east and as the act under which it was created the girs' college and the c
    one west of the Suwannee river-one anI and the purposes were not simply an mal school, that it required
    Tallahasee and one Ghainesvill es, and asylum, but an educational institution ally to support these instit
    from time to time after ntitu ate estab- in which the pupils, by a system peculiar it otherwise would.
    listed and created institutions of a like to this teaching, should receive all the When the act shall have
    character, until at the meeting of the advantages of education from the low- understood and its operation
    Legislature of 1905, including the two est to the highest grade which could be had a chance to be felt and i
    sad inaries east and west, the State conferred upon them only in an institute seen by the people of the
    hd in operation nine such institutions, peculiarly adapted for that purpose, will have no reason to regret
    the last having been established in theand which they could not obtain in the The State is to be congratuh
    year 1905. The number of these insti- public schools. Considering it purely upon the marked improvems
    tutions of like character greatly ex- as an educational institution, it was taken place, as even a casual
    ceeded that established by any other grouped with the three institutes under of these new institutions wi
    tatle purporting to be colleges or the system and all placed under one .. l. .
    While purporting to be colleges or management, to-wit: under the man- Failed.
    institutions of higher learning, as a agement required by the constitution All efforts have failed to f
    matter of fact none of them courm, witcome the State Board of Education-but as remedy for coughs, colds
    within the meaning of that term, winone of th this board consists of the executive of- troubles than Foley's Hone
    possibly one o two exceptions nongrade of fers of the government, which have It stops the cough, heals th
    whom were of as high a grade as a other public duties to perform, and by prevents serious results f
    first-class high school in the State of reason of which they could not look N. Patterson, Nashua, Ih
    New York. None of them were com- after the details of the management of "Last winter I had a bad
    pletely or properly equip either with these institutes, the State Board is lungs and tried at least h
    buildings or paraphernalia. Each was vested with the property and assets, advertised cough medicine
    under a separate management, which and the Board of Control was created treatment from two physici
    t ions, established u nd the supposed- to manage, supervise and control the getting any benefit. A fri
    tins, established under the supposed same, who should be subject at all times mended Foley's Honey ar
    idea of providing a higher system of to the State Board of Education in two-thirds of a bottle cured
    education, were parl of no complete whatever they might do. Having cre- aider it the greatest cou
    system or plan by which they coumplishd be ated this new system, the act abolished medicine in the world"
    equipped, and so far from accomplish- and vacated ill1 the other institutions dealers.
    ing the purposes of their creation, are and applied their personal and real r.
    actually a detriment to the educational property wherever located to the main-Care for Sere Nippi
    interests of the State in that, aside tenance and support of these institu- As soon as the child is d
    from a few local features, they were tions, and this, with the funds coming apply Chamberlain's Salve.
    drawing upon the treasury in increasing from the seminary lands and the funds with a soft cloth before a
    amounts large sums of money that from the United States, contributed for child to nurse. Many tra
    could have been appropriated more ben- the purpose of keeping up an experi- use this with the best resul
    eflcially to the common school education mental station and an agricultural col. cents per box For sale 1
    fa our children. Notwithstanding the lege (which is made part of the uni- gists.
    fact that some of these schools have versitv), gave a permanent fund as the For Fresh Groceries. pl
    b nnexsnce forompativ Fresh Groceries p
    been in existence for comparatively a basis of an endowment on which these Damon. 'Phone No. 1198.
    few years, and the further fact that institutions could be supported and -
    they have been helped along by funds maintained with comparative little aid
    from the United States, the State of from the State once they were in sudc-! E ono F
    Florida had expended considerably over cefulrom the operation. Under the presentucy
    a million of money, and their demands act it will be seen that instead of nine
    for maintenance and support were n- institutions the State will support four. If you intend to do I
    creasing with each session of the Leg- It would not support less except by ing, it will pay yVou t
    islature, until at the session 1903 they change of the constitution and of the me before purchasing
    were apparently so exorbitant that the act of Congress admitting the State I am Genral Agen
    Governor vetoed the appropriation, cut- into the Union. Of these four one is the sale of the LEor
    ting it in half. At the session of 1905 the Colored Normal School, which must Fence, and know it I
    they asked for the ross sum of $750. be maintained under our system of gov- the very
    000. three-fourths ra mil ion of money ement on nn e is the Blind, Deaf and'
    At the same time the public free school Dumb Institution, which is an educa- B ESTqr* and
    aWtem of the State, which is the main toal institution and must, as a matter .L OI enI
    policy of the State so far as regards ed- of necessity, be maintained for the care
    Ucation to foster and maintain first, and education of those who are unfor- e E ,W7E
    was not receiving that care and atten- tunate enough to have been deprived of 5HE
    tion on account of the claims of these the blessin gs of sight, hearing and n f
    institutions of so-called higher educa- Apeech. Ofthe other two, one is in- (an he built for les
    tion and the large approp rations made tended to be a university for the educa-' 15 cents a odl.
    to them which they should have had. tion of the young men of the State. and
    In 1905 out of the forty-five counties in the other a girls college for the educa- William I Ro
    the State several counties had no high tion of our young women
    schools in them at all, and many of the No change was made in the Colored SALES AG;ENT
    country schools were cut off for want Normal School and Blind. Deaf and 4,-tf ('entreville -- Fl of appropriation from holding a full I)umb Institution except to place them ev ,-
    term, some.having a short term of only under the management and control of -
    three months. The rivalry that existed the Board of Control to make themT
    between these institutions of so-called more efficient. But under the general NT 1
    higher education, not only as to pupils ope of the bill, as enlarged power is *
    but in their efforts each to obtain as scoe the board, improvements and
    given the board, improvements and

    large an appropriation as possible, cre- changes can be made which will be ma- WHOLESAL AND RET
    ated a constant friction between them, terially to their benefit There are no
    and an incentive to importune the LeA- primary departments in the university' ER IN ALL KINDI
    lature at all times for particular advan- or girls' college except in the agricult-
    tage, while in many of the counties rural department attached to the uni-
    whersethese institutions were maintain- versity and in the normal department F e
    ed, the counties, relying on the appro- for the instruction of teachers attached
    priations made by the State, levied no to the university and the girls' college.
    tax to the support of the public free in these particular branches lower de-
    schools, but sent their children to these apartments are necessary, as the whole
    institutions which contained, instead of training must take place there, but FRONT STALL, CITY
    the htiher grades, grades which should otherwise it was intended to make these
    havAM en taught in the grammar and two institutions entirely collegiate in WIAT SIDE OP BUI
    bhi F hool of the respective counties. their character, leaving the education
    it s not meant to he said that these of the boys an'd girls in our State below TALLAHAEE, 11
    school were of no benefit, but their the high school grade to the primary
    a nu .be ter aft~ m m rtd M t ad %hoona .e re- A POW ION OP YUO V 1 PA
    e oNltofpebl1tive counties of the S tte where Is SuolrrED. POMP
    and the lare mountof mo required they belong. The result of this is two-
    I appprop tn to support temtomade fold. First, it stimulates the respective TION IS GIVEN TO ALL
    em anything but an advantage to the counties to provide efficient grammar TILEPHONE NO.
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    Turnips and Ruta Bags Seed, finest
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    noc aad Java Cefee
    is what goes straight to the heart of
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