The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
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Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
June 15, 1906
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Tallahassee Weekly True Democrat was established on March 3, 1905, by John G. Collins. The "True Democrat", as it briefly called itself, explained that its name showed dedication to the "true and tried doctrines of The Old Time distinguished from...mischievous fads and fallacies of the day." Though not intended, never more true words have been spoken on newspaper title changes! Milton A. Smith bought the Weekly True Democrat in 1908. In February 1912, the paper started publishing as the Semi-weekly True Democrat . In 1913, it reverted to a weekly again under the title of the Weekly True Democrat . On April 6, 1915, the newspaper became the Daily Democrat . Frequency of publication dictated another change of title later that year when the Daily Democrat became the Weekly Democrat . Sometime thereafter, exact dates are not known, the Weekly Democrat became the paper of record for the state’s capital, and the title changed to the Weekly Democrat and Florida Record to reflect this development. If ever it was a record for Florida, it would have been a digest, since both the Florida House and Senate have maintained continuous and detailed recordings of their deliberations. Today, the same newspaper is known as the Tallahassee Democrat . Because Tallahassee is the seat of Florida’s state government, the True Democrat has been quoted copiously in journal articles and theses. Of particular note is its usefulness in tracking Jim Crow behaviors in the early 20th century. During this period, African Americans constituted about 80 percent of the population in Leon County, and white supremacists felt particularly threatened. The True Democrat, whatever its name, would come to influence--and some might argue, make mischief with--the State of Florida’s democratic processes and the deliberations of the legislature. While it may have shown leanings toward one party or another throughout its history, the newspaper has been affiliated with neither the Democratic nor Republican party but can be said to have exerted its influence on each.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).

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NO. 16.

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SWould Be Elected One of themost remarkable demonstra- for What It is Wert. The Tr-Weekly Constitution, of At- His Senaterl a Dutes.
President. tions ever witnessed in New England ant, published Monday, Wednes ome weeks ago we saw going the
occurred today when the $2,000.000 day and *Kiday, three times a week Some weeks ago we saw going the
A recent dispatch sent out from Hot Christian Science Teme n the Back To the Editor of the Metropolis: ha added to its other splendid article, claiming that ator Mallory
Springs, Ark., says:farti- le
I Bl Tim" Sulfivan, of New York. bay district was dedicated. Fromevery In my third letter your types made features a dee rtment addressed di- soseriously Ill atWashton that
p nState in the Union and from all parts me state that if all the land in the department is edited by Mr G. ADallasn he had to abandon his Senato rial duties,
friends atthe rings,enterthas departed for faithtobe present amthe dedcato drainage district were cultivated in fruit a man of large experience broad in- neverdreain that it might be a fakein
his home, amid the acclamations of the services. It was estimated that more and vegetables they would produce ten formation and extensive acquaintance, that honorale gentleman an injustice
Bizan Democrats.aservices. Ithanswestitimes more more He manifests deep interest in the that honorab-le gentleman an injustice,
BrnDemcrats. MrSullivn than40,000 Christian Scientists were in times more than would suffice for a pop-r e issues of social, political, edu- or of injuring him, as would seem from
came out strongly for the Nebrasan, Si idetical services were held ulation of two millions. It should have national and agricultural important as lowing, he has taken it. The
and, moreover, gave Mrv th been printed two hundred millions, well as in the economical and financial item which was copied in the Pensacola
here the most positive assurance that then thousands were unable to gain ad-. OR LIMITATIONS. reforms advocated by his great order EveryFlordan sympathizes deeply
Richard Croker and Tammany would mission. The seating capacity exceeds It must be borne in mind that winter In the first installment of the depart- with "Every Floridan smp in his seriously
line up to a man for the nomination of 5,~0N). Each service lasted about two vegetables are used by practically only ment as itapeared in a recent edition sickness and regrets atheor has to
Bryan in 1908. I hours. The occasion combined both the the better off classes of ourpopu nation. of the Tri- eekly Constitution, Mr. abandon his Senatorial duties at this
Sullivan is not a new convert to the annual communion and the dedicatory While we have an advante o several Dallas appeals to all farmers, and es- time in Congress "
Bryan ropaganda. When the leaders exercises It consisted of the usual weeks over Mississlppi, Louisiana, Geor- specially the brotherhood, to co-operate We ladl publish below a letter
of the New York Democracy were de- Christian Science opening exercises, the gia and South Carolina. we are com- with him in making the department afrom e natorwhich sets himself
ouncingMr. Bryan, Sullivan predicted reading of the tenets of the church, a pulled to ship as rapidly as the crop ma- success, for t a great opportunity right and we rejoice with all true
that within a few years they would be dedicatory address prepared by Mrs. tures, and the period each year of prac- and the best should be made of it. The iordians that his condit as not so
singing on the other side of their Mary Baker G. Eddy, of Concord, N. ticable shipment is limited to a few I Farmers' Union has been phenomenal For that he will dians thavet his oabandition his duties
mouths. H., the founder of the religion, and weeks. Even now, with a population in its growth, and will be true to the h worthy Senator
He has been telling with great glee read by W. D. McCracken, the first of eighty millions, and only a few thou- cause of just and right, and will become as our honorable and worthy Senator,
ofread b W D M bracken, the first'pof eighty millionsand only a few thou. 1 and no newspaper man in Florida has a
of his prophecies. reader of the church, and a lesson ser- sand acres in cultivation, the markets the organization that will take the lead higher opinion of him and his worth
will be the next nominee vand the next mon specially prepared for the occa- of the country, in years of unusually in all te questions affection the farm- than do we:
will be the next nominee and the next sion. generous yiel, become glutted and her's condition, and look to his better-
President of the United States. New 'ONGREGATIONAL SINGING. mericesfall below profiturent by a thorough concert of action o UNITED STATES SENATE, WASHINGTON,
York will go into the convention with a Te prices fail lowprof.iUA Ab N& fPiguA. under its intelligent direction. D. C., June 6, 1906.
solid Bryan delegation, and Mr. Croker The congregational singi was a SUGAR CANE UTOPA Besides this special new department Editor of the True Democrat, Talla-
will head it. feature. At te close of eac service I dismiss from any serious considers- the Tri-Weekly Constitution has a se-1 hassee, Fla.:
"After the last national convention Edward A. Kimball, of Chicago, re- tion the sugar cane Utoia of Governor ries of twelve excellent novels, run Dear Sir--The inclosed is a copy of
Mr. Croker declared that if he ever rented a reply of thanks to Mrs. ddy Broward and his associates. The con- serially, one each month, by a distin- an item which appeared in the Pensa-
went to another Democratic national for her dedicatory address and for her editions existing render the idea impos- guished English author, as well as many cola Journal of instant, and which I
convention he wanted to be able to ast geral work in ehalf of the church, sible in his or their lifetime, and an en- other interesting features. Its market assume was properly credited to the
a vote for Bryan, and this time he will Mrs. Eddy's address dwelt in the terprise of this kind is only warranted reports are very complete. The Farm True Democrat.
get the chance. main with Christian Science tenets. when there can be prompt utilizing of and Farmers' department, under the I beg to express m thanks for the
"The insurance, beef trust and other Referring especiallyto the dedication the land drained, sufficient labor to cul- conduct of Col. R. J. Redding, director sympathy which you evidently feeilfor
scandals have opened our eyes re ard- of the new temple, Mrs. Eddy wrote: tivate them and an ascertainment that of the Georgia Experiment Station has me but I am obliged to dissent from
Ing Bryan. The fellows who to d us "Beloved, I am not with you in pro- the cost would not exceed the value of beenof unusual interest to the Southern the implication conveyed by your sym-
down in New York that he was a dem. pria persona at this memorable de ica- the land after being drained. Another people for fully a generation. The pathetic notice that have abandoned
agogue are the fellows who are now tionand communion season, but I am pregnant consideration would be the Woman's Kingdom and Constitution, myiSenatorial duties at this time.
%-..41 ing. The people are just getting with you in spirit and in truth, lovingly annual cost that would be necessary to Jr., conducted by Mrs. Wm. Kin, is permit me to sayemhaticall that
' onto the fact that Mr. Bryan was tell- thanking your generosity an fidelity, keep the land drained, and still control one of the best read features of the have not abandoned my Senatorial
ing the truth. The men who tried to and saying virtually what the prophets the water so as to give it the sub-irri- Constitution The chicken column fur- duties, and have no intention of so
give him a rough reputation have got sai action essential for a growth of any nishes valuable information in its ape- doing. While I have been quite sick
all they can do now to protect their v'Continue to choose whom ye will kind of crop. cial line. Frank Stanton's "Just from several times during the t winter
own. You have dexterouslSOME PERTINENT QTESTIONS. Georgia' gives the best work of the the last attack being a serious case of
these fellowars andgo we used to look uphat provided for the mother church of I have been informed that at a meet great Southern singer whose ie. I have attended ever session
they said, but they can't get an audi- h ist, scientist, a magnificent temple, ing held in this city some days ago it are as free and as wild as the chatter fI g e' Senate from the day It met in
they said, buttheycat get an audi wherein to enter and pray. Greatly was determined t ka r sahouldof seong birds. Win. J. Bryan's talks December last until the present time,
,nce today. They did the speech mak- r -and encoura thereby be answered and that bepul- on his Tour of the World are read with ept when compelled to absent my.
ng, and, more than that, the raised deeplydo I thank yo for this proofof verized, so to say. A mere critcis, interest. Other matter is featured and self on account of illness. I have taken
the money hard to beat Bryaettin ut theyou r ogress, unty and love. without argument, will not impress in used to the best advantage. The news part in the consideration of every im-
would have hard times getting anythributions modest edifice of the mother telligent minds. To refute and rebut columns are always replete with well portant measure that has been before
in the way of campaign contributions church of Christ, scientist, began with what I have written, it will be neces- written accounts of the latest happen.- the Senate this session, and while I
"There is another thing to e taken the cross- its excelsior extension is the sary for Gov. Broward and his associ- wings, as well as telegraphic news from have been absent good deal on account
into consider e is another thing to beccur takecrown its crowning ultimate rises to ates to satisfactorily answer the follow the whole world. of illness. I think can truly say that
into consideration. Did it ever occur- a mental monument, a superstructure in questions: The subscription price of the T ery few Senators have attendemore
you that Bran is today of forcthe most con. high above the works of men's hands. 'irst-Before assessing the tax and Weekhly Cnstitution is only $1.0) per sessions of the Senate than I have.
acthrin the United States? We thought even the outcomeof their hearts, giving starting on this work, didl you have sur- year. You may send the $1.0( through Itis very probable that those of your
he was pretty wUnited when hewas talkhoug to the material a spiritual significance veys made so as to ena.le you to ascer- the local (onstitutin agent, the local readers wio have seen the paragraph
ofhe was pretty and unlimited whcoinae, but if he alkthe speed, beauty and achievements of tvin the probable cost of the work? s eretary of tl,e Famers union. .believe that I have abandoned my Sen-
of free and unlimited coinage, but if he goodness. Methinksthis church is the Second- Did you have the levels of throutrhthis pa.i er, or mul it direct tO atorial duties, something that Is not
was a demagogue what have you gotonedifice on earth which most re the land sought to be drained ascer- the (onstituti,.n at Atlanta All orders .nly untrue but is in fact without
o say about the fellows who are play-figures self-abneation, hope, faith, tainted, so as to ascertain which of them sh,'uld bie plainly addressed, with re- foundation, and withal very unjust to
log to th galleries nowadaysagimpse ofgor and the number of acres that would be mittince y po-til (ior express money me, and I therefore respectfully ask
While e a lt of people have been run- The new temple, which is entirely hentitt.d ,v drainage' "' horer, or reitered letter, wherein the. that you give the same pu liity to this
ninfl wild because of scandals in public fre frm debt is ne of the t i'. Third--Did yu a.scertamn aperoxi- 'ulsh-is a e. u le ,ll th ri.k c communication that you have given to
affairseeBryandhasonot lostehis head.iHe t e-
affairs, Bryan had s f or the Const hitutionad. nde losing structures in Boston and is said mately, o r at all, how much san hw TnH -..:-Tir~IiN i'1 HIN; (Ii .. the paragraph I have been criticising.
st standsto e the largest church in New Eng- much rock, and how much muck wuild ATIANTA,. (;A Very truly, etc.,
when you get to talking about 'safe.' ln have to he removed S It MAl.iuY.
sane and conservative' candidates, you land. Fourth-Did you ascertain, approxi. What Judge Locke Said.
have to admit that he is about the How to Break Up a Cold. mately or otherwise, hw many acres !n one of his numerous publications The primary results in Leon county
safest and the sanest of the coming It may be a surprise to many to learn of the millions sought t,, be affect.,l as the spokesman and defender-in-chief were particularly interesting. In the
crop. -- - that a 'severe cold can be completely would, after being drained, be available (of the drainage ibord and its iueer per- senatorial conte t. the administration
Who's Putting Up the Noney? broken up in one or two day time. for profitable cultivating. forxmances. (;,,verndr Brwaro enda- candidate carried only one precinct, in
Some time ago the Pensacola Journal The first symptoms of a cold are a 'hy. Fifth~- Did you as",.-'tain, aplr,,xi-ircw al eleven. and
evinced a very strong desire to know loud cough,. a profuse watery dischar ,e mately or otherwise. ti.w amount of Judge Lock,':s dei..iion denying the r'ceive.d .lss than 2.'5 per cent of the'
whoevinced a very stros putting up tdesre to know from the noe, and a thin. white coating water at high water, at a. ,rage water, board's motion to dissolve the injunc. county vote There were Six candidates
f wght owas puternorBrowardg usdainage proney on the tgue When chamberlain'ss ad at low water, t taken from the tion forlbidd'rg the co.llectioan ,l the' for the Houlse. the only one chosen be-
htGovernorBrowar dainaprop Rcmlyv is taken every hour on land and kept a sufficient ,-l.'th below acreage tax, hv claimirni that tihe re-. ing trn,,ly Iinti-drainage; and the only
We now learn, to our surpri, the first aparance of these syniltoms, the surface to warrant the cultivation ports of the decision published at the eandlil.lte ,pl-vnly advocating g the drain-
what appears to be good authority, it cuntiracts the, effect of the cold and of the land? time were untriu., aid in ~uplort ,of a,' pIloi-ti on reciiv.d only 17 votes.
that shortly after the Banner undet.- re-tores th.. svnltom to a healthy con- Sixth Did yu ouhave- at investigation i such as.-ertiin he qul'u.s the formal or- t A t ii'istin I l c',rdi.
that sory after the Banner dtin within a day r tw For sale by made as to which of thel ,ands are *'al- ders enterae',I in 'i rec.rdl, well kniwinng
took to mee the Pensacola Journal on 11 dru st luvial, swam or ovei r ." so as to s d.1 all iitellent per-o that Unknown Friends.
its own ground that the editor of the a oid assessing lands % ini'h have either courts d'o not ir.clile' in suci.h ,ntri:e Thbire a, r many priople who have use,
Journal was duly furnished with a com- The anti drainiatt Florida Nw,,s Bu- always been hi h and li v ,r hve n the rns f the rea,,s fr theii-, s, ave- ('-t.t(i e,'l;,,' ( c. (. holera and lDiar-
plete list of the gentlemen who o : t,,; h .s I:en ninjoying a sea-on of alrea'dl drained, or whi, h tre now in in tourts of tiynl r'e- t. wheni the s ltr- rl,.'t- I )n.edv with splendid re-ultls,
"littirig up" their morn ney to protl-i" -,,li,.'. i h t m',r ti.tng and very effective prcesu- of drainage, s-o a- to avoid as- ute,. require th.' n teo i t i sIh ,i ';i-t "i t w ,' ;. *;ntl.,, wn ;beci. use thty have
wi t they conceive to lie their riwhti, ,fr. e ,,iverti.sinw at the hands of some -essing for taxes la lands t authth riz'edl on record in thr -hh. e ,of fO f n ;o ;,,in- I eitw',. ;,i t ,,i t giving a t, stinmoiital of
and that he has not as yet seen his w,,y ,f tI,.e admninstr'ration orgAns, ba.-el byv the law to be asses'... I' ens Could ; thitwVr e h more h llh their x',.ience for pi'ulicatiin Thes,
clear to give this information to thn' upon the demand of the PensacolaJour- 'Seventh- Did you naie any investi- and insinrcere tian tl i attthmp t e oe ( ;ov- ( e(,,le. how. ever, are no,,ne the less
public na' for a list of the names of the drain- nation so as tvo enable y%,,a to form any .rnyor Hiroward to iii-i;l irlati dcive frie'r.ds of this re medy. They have done.
This fact is significant. and there is age t,,x payers who are providing the idea of the aggregate C*(,.t ,of the .stu- th igirr,,ant more behind it. Why. ,et us ask. should means for its support. The Tallahassee pendous work you have un'lertaken? iLock, in reir,rw L i- l:s n. rtilly wori byv thtir personal recomm-nda-
the Pensacola Journal, if it was so anx- True Democrat pertinently suggests It will be necessary to refute the ar- stated the rea.soii upo w~,ich thii su .mne tie (, friends and, neighbors. It is a
ious to know the truth, conceal the that the Bureau will probably be willing guments I advanced tfr the Governor was bamed, as follows g ,odl ne dicine to in the home and
truth when it was offered to it? The to furnish such a list "just as soon as and his associates to ;at!irmativeily an- "To deternme such an inrotanit i,. wiiily l0notn f'or its cures of diier.
.*question answers itself. Governor Broward answers satisfacto- swer every one of the tregoing ques- questionn to s#telct such l. anlA i to fix rli'e al fx I forms of bowel trouble
SAs our Pensacola contemporary has rily the numerous demands which have tons, as well as to make further ex- upon them the character of a .. .s..a- Fosr sale by I! dNrluggists.
seen fit to ignore this reply to its mu- been recently made upon him for defin- planations that must ble obvious to the ilitv for the purpoisee of this vast work,< - -
endoes, the Banner takes pleasure in ite information as to what fund he is intelligent reader. for 'the benefit of an entire State. The announcement is made that the
referring a statement that should long using to pay the expenses of his drain- A REMHRKARI.F .STATMFNT. should certainly re a direct and Sun C(oni ry. of Jacksonville. has pur-
ago have appeared in the Statepress: agecampaign."-St. Augustine Record itive actio the Iegislature. chased 1. Hilson's interest m the
S"This statement from the under c g--n.---..A- gt-- e.. A few days ago a gentleman who has hus has .en hehl iy the Supreme Capital Publishing Company, of Talla-
signed representative citizens of the Stimulatleo Wlthet Irrltatlem. been in some form an apo ogist ot this Court in numerous, and is unque.- hassee. and that "the Daily Capital
drainage district is an appeal to the In case of stomach and liver trouble scheme, told me that 1 was altogether tionably the elaw. tr.t the determining will cease publication If the transfer
eple of Florida for relief from the e proper treatment to stimulate t n aserting that Governor of what land can e asseed for uc results in improvement in the character
intolerable injustice of the present these organs without irritating them. Broward and his associates had any opufwl improvements is a lefislatuve of the pubce printing. the public will
drainage law, and also a warning to Orino Laxative Fruit S yrup aids diges- present ideaofdraining the Everglades reard t as a welcome chane.-St.
them to guard themselves against the tion and stimulates the liver and bowels that all he had any idea ,f ding was to t, a commiion or other agency. neeotice Augustine Record.
danger that three a:ens the entire State without irritatin these organs like pills g a canal from the Atlantic ocean to must be given and the owner have an
through the proposed drainage consti- or ordinary cathartics. It does not Lake keechobee oprtunity to contest the question of A M ot
tutional amendment n u.weate orgripe and is mild and pleas- Now, I have heard on reliable author- beeflt derived. The Act which i now will see that her baby is properly cared
"Walter S. Graham, Miami; M. A. ant to take Sold by all dealers. ity that only short time ag Governor consideration leaves to a dele. for-t dothisaloe purgatie is ne-
Marshall, Dania, Dade county. Fla .- .-... ......,. Broward stated emphatical that hem under considterati d of executive and essary Md this a e suffer from worms nec-
S**C. T. McCarty, Fort Pierce, St. Lu- i'utnam county will be represented tended to drain the Ever glades If I administrative ofrd f executive and essay Many heir mothers sun't know it-iworms
ele county, Fla. in the next Legislature by a notable have to call out the militia to do it tive power this important question. your baby is feverish and doesn't sleep
"T. M. Nurhy, E. L. Lesley. Kis- delegation-Dr. 8. Crill or Senator: Butif this recent statement be correct, esder the 1islature has o far de. at night, it is troubled with worms.
sime. Osc o county, Fla. H A B. McKen le, of the Times- it makes the matter worse, for, If the curted from rqui-en has of the Whites Cream Vermifuge wilt. clean
O. Parker M. H. King. W. W Herald, and William A Russell, of the purpose is only to dig a canal frm the ontituticn of the tate as to render out these worms in a mild, pleasant
XJ&fOrdJ. G oking, R E. Hidden, News, for the lower house-* Senator Atlantic into Lake Okeechobe*, will the any action by such a boas la deter- way Once tried always used Give it
DbeSoto county Fla. who has proved his ability and useful. Governor and hasasociates explalawhy ning what lands were bjeoet to asd a trial Price 25 cents. Soal by all
'Watr G. Langford', W. R Wash. ness so well in former sessions of the milliem of acres of land whose mondi sesament, void wer' b- dturgists. en. Sd a
b-rn. T. M. Lybas, Fort Myers. Lee Senate, and two of the most wide. tion cannot be affected by this proposed s.e.sme v'oid ~r t-s-
eoeaty, Fla.-Ocala Banner, June 6. awake and satogether able editors Ia eanalhave been assessed and taed at Call on F. M. l ed t Mta W-M-
the State as Repreesetatlves. Putea. 5 eents per acre? Frthemor will erpr t uewas A odeamtr adored or white.
Deedsw legal form. Trne eounty is to be eeagrmtulsted.-Times. the Omrnor and bis associate tp ghlin se a s fM.. Mt to
*i-omt~ tf Union. (Contineed on page 8.) tal bid iMM~M|f f fk~fN iMae tM, at ease.


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT usnEas"- S*E 333 "*wTsI.* sy NWrWM. uMu T lsc1 Us 1 m--In .
0M 6. COLL0S, IPrnWIffe. The sympathy of the American ie "Vow realIse the gig ctasku nde.- a l ees frhm s Smiths,. TheS TaUEis etl eA" eLo i
is always with the "under-dog," r- tak !by Mr. FlaWler nA e i=.j" Aue.KS, w.h sta^dt e-oviko rw
PUBLISHED EVEkY FRIDAY MORNING. Ida Included This, 75 per cent of the Flor s st Ranlway .to Jeala was two h Ae bariek Cad I pM mstt i ha enMh n
State papers are apt to learn, if they West. The expense in. prepaid m for tBrooksvile the Tallahas wlew thM ylr earc an d wit w
amrstm aaSeeond CiaM. Mater March ii sos,t keep up their attacks on Browads and this great udertaking Is simply enor- True Democrat ad the following
wn Post o01s t Ta ahaale. lorida. UMnd the drainage. Silence is golden some- moms. Almost an army of men abe n comments: OB I I "ec
At f Corer. orf March a. i. times. andit would have worked on the busy raing the timbers which will be "Old aman Sherman marched tdroghdfeat of certain m- and mWeawea es
drainage question, but continued attacks tra-mportedito the keys for the building Goorgia; 'Father' Shrman. th day Leo county, and the glori"s
r" iO Telph, BuMin. Corner A4mt ad have mad it an issue for the Legias- of depIts, houses, etc. On the k s and gemntion, wanted to do the owntshesl w),t ht
If sympathyy to always with the'un- o t rk d buildingtsentimentofo urN n seosthtoA
nrptm1.00PrYew.inAdva. der-dog, loridaIncluded,"a" iyou state, r Aconsiderable distance has objected to and rented it. But still diferencetercan
SAptio tt. Pr YnA am der-dog Flord included," as you state been completed, and it is saiddoes our oily William Sherman Jenntings things by diffret kinds of paop:
Advertiine Rts o Appilesk then Governor Broward with all his III by= men wnhave ptad the o marching on and into Florida affairs. Mis Jffersonin a recent letter
Tbe .Tre o D Is Seopw adviser in regard to drainage on his complete work that it is the bt road- ..y say nay, but he persists, and will t eGain ellesun, mt
SLm Tr crvt r present plansinsurance bill schemes bed in the United States.-Oal Ba- not ooanhisrasp on our public affairs. to the Gaiville Sun, among other
Sf L ccrh. pmns increase a nr Willie Sherman surely knows how to things says:
etc., which means increased taxation n Palm Beach News notes what aqueese our official easy, soft sponges! Seldom has any official act of the ad-
Tallahassee, Friday, Ja1e 15, 1906. and heaping more burdens on the peo- the Ocala Banner says and adds: "Mr. 0f course he is able to build just as ministration met with more hearty ap
ple, who for the past five years or more Fla ler does not neglect the material many houses as he may wish!" proval than the recent action of tae
The only failure a man 'ought to fear have been the "under-dogs," will get welfare of the workmen engaged in this When a newspaper or a faction des- tate Board of Pardons in granting a
is failure in cleaving to the purpose he their eyes wide open, their wisdom teeth great everytown and city c grena toe ng prejudice aaint a pardonto Walter L. Taylorb has ee
see to be best.-George Eliot cut and get busy turning such official East and West coasts Two refrigera- that it is hard pressed for ammunition. At the time Mr. Taylor was convicted
The Volusia Record says:' "'Governor czars from office. "Silence" has been tors have just been completed for the When a man abandons argument for and sentenced to serve five years in the
Broward, mark the prediction, is after "golden" with a number of Florida use of the extension steamers conveying prejudice and inuendo, he admits that State prison for his murderous assault
fresh meats to the men employed, hi position has no foundation in argu- upon Mr. Lamar there were many who
a seat in the United States Senate newspapers, in that many of them have Their capacity is 3,000 pounds of solid ment. The fact that ex-Governor Jen. felt that the sentence imposdby u
And now mark another prediction, he refrained from expressing any kind of ice and 2,000 pounds of cracked ice. nings prospers in his private businesses Malone was exceedingly seve. It
will never get that seat an opinion on grave matters that have These insure good. wholesome food for no proof of his dishonesty or reason for must, however, be remembered in this
.I-- --v- .-.I.I .. been repeatedly called to the public at- the men. Two large house-boats have sneering at him because his father saw connection that Mr. Lamar was a State
All Floridians will grant Governor been built and thoroughly furnished, fit to name him "Sherman. "-Southern official, and that the attack was made
Broward praise when he does official tention; butyou are right, my brother and two more are under construction Argus. in his office, where he was discharging
row praise n al when you close your editorial paragraph and will be similarly furnished for the Arousing prejudice against a name is his duties as Attorney-General. Aside
acts worthy of it, as wan evidenced in by saying: "But continued attacks sleeping accommodation of the work- good. We have given time and agin from every other conidertion Jud
his prompt action in ordering out troops have made it an issue for the Legila- men. heir complement is 160 men fact and acts have given time very eriou Malone museveryt have felt thatiton, d
to prevent a lynching last week, even ,, i each. What more could be done by a facts and acts, have someveryseousesry to insure State officials from
if it did carry hi characteristic humor ture. philanthropist even, and it goes without and ugly looking transactions left yet such attacks by making an example of
witf It in instruction tusefarariic umorif What the Legislature does not do for saying that many of those workmen in our scrap book from the Sherman Mr. Taylor.
with it, in sruction to ue force if some of the official gentlemen who wil be better lodged and better fed Jennings manipulation of affairs and Onaccountof the entire matterrow-
necessary.- .... .. - ..have been ruling public affairs in keep- hanliv they were ever before in their perhaps will yet give you some argu- it g out of factional politics and ahe e
Numerous suggestions are being made ing of czars, it becomes more clearly "When we thoroughly weigh all these ment that may make you see that "little violent partisan action. A th
as to who should be president of the as the days go by, the abused and de- conditions for the betterment of the god" as he is and has been. Since his was appealed to the Supreme
next State Senate. This is an honor spised "under-bogs," the people of! working man, does it not make us private investments does have some- Court, and that body judicially affrma
that Jackon county would like much to Florida, will doubtless correct when 'ashamedl of those talkerswho are con-thin to do with some of his past and thedecree of the ircuit court [Y fa
have, and we believe that our nominee thee gentry go before them begging tinually squealing about 'one-man pow- thing to do with some of his past and the decreeof the circuit court You fa
have, and we believe that our nominee these gentry go before them hedging to er, autocrat,' and other senseless ex- public present ones, he is still a beauti- dissenting opinion byJudges Taylor
for Senator, Dr Theop. West, would b elected again about two years hence. I pressions Instead of 'yapping' let ful spectacle for the people of Florida Hoker, which is said by lawyers who
fill the position with distinction and A number of the faithful are thus early them go and do likewise.' to look onto and after in wonder and are capable of judging such matters to
honor -Marianna Times-Courier. laying platrn, repairing fences-using Last week there was in this city from amazement. The wonder is how the be one of the very best ever handed
.... --- hd down by a Florida Supreme Court.-
GovernorBroward'sdrainage scheme, all ort of sly methods in beginning a Jacksonville a labor union man of high people ever let him become such a Ed.] Mr. Taylor's friends made ef
if allowed by the people to be carried campaign to elect those worthies that rank, accompanied by his wife, for the power in the land, and the amazement fort to secure a pardon. The ladies of
out, will cost the tax payers of the they and their outside allies may be purpose of having some kind of confer- is that the "powers that be" still love Tallahassee circulated a petition and
State from ,, to kept in power for another four years ence with Governor Broward, and who him so and stick to him, though some we before the board ia body n
No one can as yet estimate its immense ,pri xd An effort is surely to be made informed the writer that the state of of them must know him even better denoument. Judge Liddon, of Marl-
cost, with the probabilities that in the to elect a Governor and cabinet in keep- affairs down at the East Coast railroad than we We feel they had better pay anna, who was prosecuting attorney
end this vast sum of money will be ali- ing with what Jennings' administration extension operations were in a deplora- him to stay away and keep his hands when Taylor was convicted, was pre-
losutel lost to the State. Volusia was, and what Browerd's is fast be- ble condition; that workmen were kept off, while it seems they need him in ent, and when the ladies had concluded
their addresses he arose and made an
Record -- coming, with its advisers, schemes, etc galley-slaving it under guards with their business-their present schemes argument against the pardon. The a-
Maxwell s Talisman: Every State in Now, another point; eince Mr. Broward guns, and that they were dying in large for doing the people up. But, as we dies openly expressed their indin l
the Union has the right, under the law has taken uon himself to openly insult numbers, almost every day. He stated told you before, Brother Argus, we and left ina body. The next y .
of eminent domain, to prohibit the cut- every newspaper man in Florida by that the newspapers of the State knew concede to you the right to think, feel Taylor began serving his sentence. t
ting down of a tree on any land. public saying in cold type in a Jacksonville of the great hardships, abuses and out- and act for yourself; now we must be would not, at the time the petition wa
or private, unless another tree, or sev. weekly paper that they would "sell rages to these poor, oppressed and out- conceded the same, and we still believe circulated, join in the effort-in fact,
eral trees, shall be planted In its place. their smace at so much an inch, with rageously treated working class of peo. Willie Sherman is a bad man and that declined to de so-that it is largely due
And the States will one day awaken to sentiment thrown in," is there any pie, and that none except four or five his powerful influence is helping to make to his recent efforts tinhat r. ayloras
the necessity of exercising this right wonder that a few of us have sized would dare publish a line in denuncia- some other people naughty. Evil in- jority in the recent primary was a full
It Is exercised abroad. him up? For one, we have said a num- tion of It (not mentioning which five), fluences always corrupt good morals. vindication of his course, he could well
.-.... --. lber of timed. and we repeat again, that and that it was the purpose of the labor ----- --- -' afford to be-generous."
The Times-Union says: "If the graft- we believe he began his administration organizations at Jacksonville to estab. FROI A CRACKERi AS iH RISEN. Miss Belle is an employee of one of
ers would organize they could sweep with the best and purest desires and lish a newspaper that would dare give Copying our editorial, "A Bunch of the State departments, and it may be
the country." Are they not already motives, but sad are we now to feel to the people of Florida the true facts Them," giving a long list of names of she sends such matter out under direc-
pretty well organized, and have they that he has lost his usefulness, in that: in such matters We reminded our Flloridians who had been named as pos- tions (we do not charge it, mind you,
not been sweeping the' country? The he has allowed outsiders to advise and friend Stonewall J. Triplett, whom we sible candidates for Governor next time, for we do not know it to be a fact) but
thing now to he done, seems to us, is influence him to do things. and go into have known since our young boyhood in which were mentioned several of we are entitled to our opinion of it, and
for the people to mswe#e, them from po- schemes, which his better judgment days in Jefferson county, that such a Florida's best, also a number of the gently remind this excellent lady of the
sition and means for graft and get now must tell him is fast casting a thing could hardly be so in free Ameri- other k:ind, backers, aides and abetters fact that her most u'orshipfuls areenti-
those in eoswer who arte just a little shadow over him and his administra- ca, particularly so in sunny Florida, and of the Jennings and Broward gangs, tied to all the glory they can gather
above gra ting. tion, and which influences, if he does suggested that such matters, if they the Tropical Breeze, a very bright, from either of the mentioned happen-
The list of possile, canlinllate's for not pull off from them, will carry him truly existed, should be called to the neway and interesting new weekly news- ings. It will be very unpleasant for
gubeanatorlal honors in lINs, continue's from the executive office as badly dis- attention of the authorities. He had a paper two weeks old, published at Fort this newspaper to have to take issul
to grow. The Tallahane' .' True Demro- credited as his predecessor has been conference with Governor Broward the Myers, says: with her in public matters, and we sag-
crat enumerates fourteen, afnd there hown to be He has been dubbed the' next day, and we presume he posted "In justice to Mr. Jennings, we will gest that, holding a position as she does
are more than two years remaining in Governor with grit and great determi- him add that he is no way connected with in the Comptroller's office, it will be
which to get out all of the others. We nation, and his filibustering experience The Palm Beach News' statements one W. S. Jennings, who used to be well for her, in sending out her news-
would remark, incidentally, that the gave some ground for people looking above are contrary to Mr. Triplett's single bit likehim He ill h he paper correspondent news, to hold her-
name of the one who will be "It" han upon him as a man with a will of his statements and we herein give both, once went to school in Tallahassee.- self to official facts, and to leaveoff he
not yet been mentioned St. Augus- own and great determination. Now let' feeling there must surely be some exag- Tallahassee True Democrat." frills she sometimes fastens to things.
tine Record. him turn about in the interest of the; geration as to the charges of such terri- "He ought to be all right! From a Give your newspapers thestraightnews
Brother John collins s wants to issue people, with those qualifications, and ble treatment of human beings on Mr. common amilton county moreackerthe without the extras,in theefforttomak
his excellent and outlpoken palnr, the dto all that he can during the remaining Flagler's great extension. However, than one, and is respected wherever he those angelic wings begin sprouting,'
True Democrat as a daily. TIhecapital months of his administration. Hlie will let the public be informed as to this is known. That is saying a whole lot, and all will be well.
city should by all means have a daily never doI it with his drainage and in- matter, and abuses stopped, or such re- for we can't, say that all our 'promi- The Brooksvile Arus, apropos the
paper a sure enough new.spalr. rpub- surance schemes. neither will he do ports put an end to. nent men are respect gift of boxes of candy to the girls at
it y defying courts and declaring l - - Reader, ponder well and think seri- Tallahassee by Gen. Gil chnrist, refers to
lished every day in the week and ma rtial w. If such things e necessary Claude L'Engle has purchased the ously over the last sentence of the' that statesman as "the girls' candy.
Brother (Collit is amn|l.\ eitialetll to ria i g Tallahassee Capital and will move his date forGovernor" From such exce
conduct sucth an one, we hopje. that ,he for him to fasten his drainage opera- somewhat fiery Sun to the Capital City above paragraph. That newspaper, ofda sweetness, the DeSoto countych Gen-
will receive the- nuppo.rt nl et)(lndre- titans on a people who art' already and sill undertake to establish there a with the Griffins brothers at its helm, eral doubtless expects to catch many
ment of his p..'ipl. ,Madison New En- alusoPd anl oppressed by taxation be- weekly paper which will cover and cir- has begun to tell you some truths--and political flies.-Tampa Tribune, 8t "
terlprise yonl endurance. IDo something in the ida The rouhthe r ntirestateof Flor- that too in the second issue of their What kind of political ies
It is atzi that th, ,- '..ernor lpr,.ise, future to take the stiiup, o-'luciniigii for the will give promise' of lessening the hur- lI.'n.ile ought to be able to accomplish spoken, honest, consistent newspapers bug flies, which carry their lights be-
adoljtinti of thie ptri..-...el ,unorunlment dlena. if one-tenth the efforts he is it if a v one can At the same time it are what's a needled in this time and gen-, hind them, or some of the High Flies
which, if sdol pt,-l, w il.iv tie. .,,vern'or 'putting forth on the drainage theme. n ar nicneed that a new dailv paper eration, and we now have promise of that have been running things so reck-
and hue Ihtrnal l nrp>.Ivein.. nj aitr wl> I p ent in the mtere--t acf lesenn the will establish in ue Tallahassehition anotherof this kind. Let the infection lessly for so many moons, as the In-
Kgreat pow,-ro in g t ox th- people taxation, giving u. better rocadl. letter of urnalistic fire works Tampa spread and grow. fo.r schemers and diana would put it down in Governor
throughout the'. tate fi t,,ti,l to, cau'r.\ ,h>i,,l facilitieH. and liringinng sen thrifty lTimo-. their allies are at work day and night Broward's Everglades, to the great dis-
on his ehieintej ,' t 1 ,,st tlhat 'cettlcrs to develop the- roilliens of nacrc-s Net necessarily so at all. We have against the best interests of the people e advantage and burdensome pressuy
woulusitagger- t'e ,e r,g t,,c.>M c-tf'h, oaf la.d our citizenship already own, le-. informed that .Mr. I. 'Engle's in- That timely "drap in" of ongress- that has been put upon the people of
knew tlhe m,..ut of ..,>.,,, ', .t will i..| th.n would he and his gang anl his evil teP<,irins were far from stirn in up any man Clark. IF he can secure that $.- Florida for now little better than six
nece.ssiry' t, u,','n ,.-h i 10h, ',mvI ,' mor t(lt i ad'lvisers have .sme hop' ,f, uch unpleas.ntne'.. m thi neck. of the 000.000 from the national government years- The General is a Iod. whole-'. Ai, f:c h .... ,,, r n i. i r ti< n t rwitreirti i 'n ticpial power. wood-, wn I. tht w ,eu risvc for Everglades drainage wnpurposesd may u genial fellow, that might lend a
for Everglades drainage purposes. may1souled a
claim the r rv' ..' -IO |i C- p',,eo ,,f F'lorid.. the time ha c,,me an truly weic-ne hnlt wit:, hi Sun to save Governor Broward hours of wea- wee small bit more dignity to the -
.permn..t .. I, ,, !t ft,,r. ,,ou (t, think andi act ..ight yars th, field as th,. "wnr^ ;<1 **. ger of ness and perhaps loss of sleep; or. bet- bernatorial department of the State
S.,ntt-tr Talm;.f lit, o ..a... lt'l o tf us.,ue n wrong dlobing will tI.v the Capital Pu .h ing Caomi,.-, any's busi- ter still. prevent his doing or saying government than did Jenning. or does
on the Se!e-O ,,ic,,, I ,.t,, Ine t,,. e'I'tgh. Ne.xt time hbe careful and .e. e, and State print g conttct For some more reckless things from the N'apoleon Bonaparte, but as he has
fill the |oti|,tn ,wis. t, i nt i, t.i It mnor feor oftlice from thet to,,wer ,f "-""'v"- k %.tail C,,'". to attend, stump which he now-days is engaged Lbeen in public positions abot up to his
v,:erv i.nprtanit ,,,,mnti., t 1 t. h iI, t t,, fl'k Political trk. tr h iac.s trctl t ("our own I e-- an run a inun a i if he is not out of the State, for calibre, why, some people of Florida
of Senator ;orman Il- . os.m-to :a th(e reigns of jr. nmint a .e along, the lirn- %e hfave laidl many days of his time are spent in ab- and we believe a majority of them,
of responkilbiity. i. th, t. ,,,.h,.e I a, iT' e,,,t length of time ust felm its very tst |-e he Tru nce from the Governors' office. will want a man next timeforGovernor
mittee (on Finance ... 1,. ,. t I'he ulave does not apply t .,:1 State ltn,-.rat, for and in the inteie,,t of the -. -. _-. who will fill the bill better than jo
imp-ortant, ,nd the pl.',,In .e of a-.,., l t t,,h,.,rs, some few have not t.e.n sc, very pe'p of the t .tatte S f Flo'rt It now looks as though the whole genial and whole-souled hail-fellow.
h.te D i 1 t it.fewha we t n v enDemocratic elements of the country well-met Gilchrist could ever hope for.
Taliaferro n it in a h., c pl,,,,. Il. A the proper time we will cull A fw one thousai(i-lolla.r Ines like were going to rally to William Jennings At any rate, we believe it will take
as it is never given to nc. snttr r .'g thi out for you that is if investigat- thao,.-e mpiised e Judlne 'Mlone in on Ban for the next tme. more candy than the Huyl can
his first term, and very rn.r, ly t.o ',i. ig committeess of the next Legislature county will have an effe. t on blind ti- res n t iy n the rs c ver
serving his second term,. a.nol the 'o- .,t do, the work for you to the ers motre quieting than any theirr med- Editor Henry Watterson, of the Louis- Ihope to manufacture to make MrA I-
Sreilne we know of There need be no ville Courier-Journal, and William R.: christ Governor.
intment eloquently tentitles a. to ho- I% *-'..t4 ,,-l taste, as that Legiilature Iline, tigers in dry countoi- if the citi- Hearst being among those who now --- .
senator Ta laferro's alilitte arse alppre- .huli sur,!y dlo. s..ns say there must not Ite' and see to The Tallahasse Wholesale
dated by his confreres. Thin comnnit- it that the varmints are destroyed as come out squarely for him.and Watter- The Comp Tally has begu Whobuesale Grocer
tee has all the tariff legislation in its BathinV Suits and Hat Guards at R. Ioon as they are born Madson New son head alesding editorialwith "Hur. opera houe block, and Tallah aeea
ehW'ge. J. Evans Enterprise. rah for Bryan!" wish the proprietors much sN eas.

TH T UIOC AT Jeffeont B1e (and we meat sno ae6- this time give our reader your haber-
M- fbb s ttion on 1 Mr. Thompson, either), who at dash, as you expressed in your wonder-
nme and the same time was a high-sala- ful production, that they should not "be
rfm ySa ried clerk in the State Comptroller's misled." You are now fully vindicated,
offl e, local editor of the Daily Capital also introduced to the State officials,
CL --AN Publishing Co.'s greet newspaper, and and as well to the readers of the True
la its le of last Priay the True official correspondent for a number of Democrat, and we hope this is the end
erCatpof SeTaSah see,hadthe fol- other State newspapers, was credited of it-and it will be so far as we are
Ji charge perched upon its editorial with being the owner of the Herald- concerned.
'Ia Quincy newspaper M now to Era. We never intimated that you were See J. D.ay hen ouwish to buy
bealo to the syndicate have both had other than an honest, conscientious" a nice horse or any kind of vehicle. He
eaauges In their management and edit- newspaper man, and have no intention will give you the best at the closest
bSdP peN the last ewdas. It has of doing so until you do something along prices. 51-tf
former c editor oftherson Bell Irreular or funny lines that will give F. M. Brumby will save you money
Daly Capital, employee of the Comp- us a right to form other opinions of you, in new and second-hand Furniture. 2tf.
tro er' s cean correspondent for a and, as evidence of that fact, reproduce
tmber of r.d newspapers, owns your long harangue and silly production ,T1rr A rw ,
t.hrpond a. eas above, that True Democratreadersmay IIDMBER CARTS,
&ad editor, has shifted onto the Times, form their own opinion of you. For
while Mr. Pitman, who for some time your information, however, we will Built to order at
was a heavy-we lht on the GadAden state that we know our bearings in re- r .
mes, now pro ses to make a better r reasonable prices.
paper of the Herald-Era; and these gard to some of the Capital Publishing
changes took place too, about the time Company's maneuvers and antics in the One now ready to deliver, size
t mLuanges took place with the Capital past months, and have not hesitated to axle 3J, wheel 7 feet, tread 7
Publishing Company, of this city. It inform the public of them. It is openly inches.
does seem that some of the State capi-c.rpee,
tol gang is connected in some way w claimed on the streets of Talhaee,
.soe of those things. It's none of our and we hve never seen it denied, that AllkindofGeneralBlacksmith-
affair however, and we shall not at- there has been shipped from the Capi- ing and repair work done prompt-
tempt to untangle the string. tal Publishing Col's office in this city ly and at reasonable prices.
"Suffice it to say that Mr. Hilson hastaPshn C oficin hi y
transferred his interest, whatever it stacks and piles of printing machinery, Horse Shoeing
may have been, to the Sun Publishing type, furniture, paper stock, etc.; that A Sc ialty.
Company, of Jacksonville, and we wel- quite a large lot of it went to the syn- A Specialty.
come the whole shooting match to Tal- dictate's office at Quincy, as well as to
lahassee, and hope the relations between to A
our new competitors and ourselves will Pensacola; and, if you would like to W II* AfKInSOn,
be pleasant, for it will "be pleasant for know it, those charges will soon be New Sho, Northof Kem ,erStabl.
brethren to dwell together in unity looked into and investigated; and we New Shop North of KemperStable.
At least, let us have and keep a proper will state further, too, that a roll-top
respect for each other walnut desk those worthies knc b,- G ULF COAST RESORTS
We certainly dislike these little news- walnut desk to toth r too e
paper wrangles, and as a rule we avoid long(d to us uwet with the other to one .
them as far as possible; but, however or the other points west of this city; \a
much we dislike them, we don't feel and that piece of furniture went out of GA FLA. & ALA RY
called upon to submit to everything the old Tallahasseean plant, as did much
that is thrown out at random, w ether
from a brother editor or from any other other material that was shipped abroad. LOW SUMMER ROUND TRIP
human being-we are willing to accord We are sorry you saw fit to connect
Editor Collins the privilege of being a yourselves so seriously with our re- I RATES TO
human being, for the time being, at marks as to "the syndicate." We!
least-and fearing that some of the un- man as o reci o o o ATING AND FISHING
informed readerseof the Democrat might meant to cast no reflection on you or ATIN AND FISHIN
be inclined to take the editor thereof your newspaper, and really see no ne- POINTS ON THE GULF
seriously, we take this method of de- cessity for your having worked your; IN S N UL
hearing the above editorial from th dear selves into such a hullabaloo er
Democratasintensely ridiculous, ex dear selves into such a hullabaloo over Special Train Service.
tremely absurd and absolutely false nothing. We agree with you that you *
from center to circumference and from purchased "a paper that had always LANARK INN.
inningg to end. been recognized by the people capable At Lanark on the Gulf. An
purhen we purchased this paper, we of forming an intelligent opinion, as Ideal Place to spend the Hot;
purchased apaperthat had always been
recognized by the people capable of being a paper of the people in every re- Months. Hotel modern and up-
forming an intelligent opinion as being spect, and that during the entire four to-date. Reduced round trip
a paper of the people in ever) respect, years that this paper has been in exist- rates from Tallahassee.
and during the entire four years that
this paper has been in existence, this ence," etc., it has labored in the inter- TO LANARK
false charge has been the only charge est of the people. It could have been
made that the Gadsden County Times nothing else under honest Herbert Love, Return limit 90 days, $2.25
had departed from the ways outlined by and now, Messrs. Otis Landers and Return limit 15 days, 2.05
its founder in championing the people's .
rights or stooped to barter what little Book Gandy, and Business Manager Saturday to Monday limit, 1.15
influence it might have in behalf of any John Thompson, you just apply your-
special clique or faction. selves and keep it as it was turned over TO SOPCHOPPY. FLA.
We dislike very much in this instance to you by Mr. Love, and newspaper men (Panacea Springs.)
to dignify the charge made by Mr. Col- I
lines with an answer, and probably and patrons of your paper will find no Return limit 90 days. $1.55'
should treat it with the silent contempt fault with it or you. Sorry we ruffled Return limit 15 days. 1.50
it deserves, but for reasons stated your feathers; we did not intend to in- Saturday to Monday limit, 1.)W
above, viz., feeling that some might be sinuate you had or ever would do wrong,
misled, we will proceed to stop such will close by reminding you that i Fo Rates and other Inf ti
childish prattle with a true answer-an and will close by rtmindmg you that it For Rates and other Information
answer of facts is always lest, in ain effort t,, correct write to:
It does seem that any man of urdi- what one thinks to be a wrong. to do it j1 M11 WILLI.MS. (; I' A.
L nary intelligence, seeking to be believed in nice, gentlemanly language, rather ,lbri in his numerous statements throughout ,
the State, would first collect the evi- than in mud-slinging ltllingsgate We F W(O)DWARI). T I'. A
dence and then make the charge, pro- generally pay nE attention to such, but 'l Tillahassee, Fli. I
vided the evidence would sustain the
charge; but it is very clear to us from ?-:= df: :;*R:?9- ? ,; i;.
the foregoing that sometimes, if not al-
ways, Mr. Collins first makes the charge
andthen proceeds to hunt up evidence H O L S O N ,
to support it. In this case he will lose, NL SN
there bing no evidence to gather, and,
therefore, no honest charge to make
Why we purchased this paper is really
no business of Mr. Collins'. but, I JE W E L E R .
prompted by generosity, we don't mind
telling him that we purchased it for
what we could honestly make out of it, Repair Work a Specialty.
knowing it to be a good business propo- S e a y
stance that we have accorded the aS.- All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
ministration any credit where credit was IV j AS
not justly due, or in any way sacrificed LIVELY BUILDING, TALLAHASSEE.
the interests of the people, we will
4llingly take down our flag and with- *i WW" Wy ',, ''^'-?: 0' -y, : .* y
dr '
hat the politics of the Herald and CM )O '
Era are. what its present editor and I- -COME I O1N
manager stands for, or who owns the "
paper, we accord Editor PI'itman the a'. ', and tatk, a 1',.k at our ('.r. evances anti
privilege of stating; but as for this pa- w .' '
per, as the people of Gadsden county y u will rt'aily *s.e. ti.- ..Ivantage of
know, it is owned by three people, its hiring tea from u- If yu're t
poIicy is controlled by its owners, and '";'' s ij^^!--S 'rn, 'an~s rlim -if vnu rt, ""t
for their actions, is long as they are B accustomei.l to niu.l, ir .,,' no loilt
r legal, they are answerable only to them- "
selves for what they say, do or print. ur price- will strik' .11 n l.< ing
misleading statements, over-active im-t., : u i .tow .E
agination and unfounded assertions r"' ,. : small. Do nv harm t,, ,-,. them any
to the cont.ary notwithstanding. * h ,
Editor John C'ollins' article in the how'

True Democrat, of Tallahassee, last ,M I
week, endeavoring to create the im- -CA-- -. ..---. ('AI'TAI. ('ITY I.I\Vl.iEY AHI.S,
pression that this palcr and its contem- J. I S. Ho-TiP T '. 'rp.
porary, the Hlerald and Era. were
owned and controlled by the same pe,,- 'bPhone., ;n! i an. ,.
pie or fraction [fraction is guod], or
were "in the syndicate," indicates rich
suppers, and, as a natural consequence. I JO E [ H F I T A DN A
bad dreams. How he raved" owh JOSEP DUNCA N,
charged! The attack was a violent
one -Quincy Times. PROPRIETOR OF THE
My. my! What a tantrum the new
editors, Messrs. Otis Lander. and Book Old K em oer Livery
"--.- o<, de m de:i Old Kemper Livery Stables. (
Gandy, of the Quincy Times have p A Ss I
worked themselves into over nothing!i 1VERYTHING ON WHEILa. ss TO 100 N. MONROE Si.
Iae only connection we intended to:
ake with them and the "capital syn- REGISTERED UNDERTAKER ANI) EMlALFIER.
dkicate" was the pecualmr fact that John
H. Thompson. who had been since he f*SUM4A ROSILS AND SHROUDS.
wam aoet from Tallahassee to edit and MARBLE MONUMENTS AND GRAVE STONES ERECTED
run the Herald and New Era for Miss P ALL HOUR. PHONE a, 54 N. MONROE ST.






Confectioner & CIrocer

Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 82.

90. W, 1411

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Phas and Speelfloatlons turn shed. All kinds of butldingp laaaed
mad me tructed aoeording to the I test improved methods.
MIU Work-Mbanufautarers of all kinds of rough and dressed wMab k
vMimdlag. stair railas, balhata,, porch columns, brackets, uatals,
aey gable ornamenata an turned and soroU work of every d earp
tUoa. C k. Lime sad Cement for sale.
All orders will reooolve prompt attention. We guarantee ur wot
to be rat olass tn every particular. Prices reasonable.
O*e, fbop aad Luamber TYed on Seaboard Air Line, os lWt eboth
County Jail.



P.0. 0s to

Dealer In
Hard wrsr,

Sto\ c', I inm are, 'Wagons, Carriages,
I'inmbihinx and Plumbers Supplies


Builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods


Rates $1.00 Per Day.

Regular Board $4.50 Per Week.

W. L, STRICKLAND, Mgr. and Prop.



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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. ULTTER TO MwOST 1 s1 s. several papers in the State have, of
T.COLINS pn ilate, had a great deal to say relative to
303. .. COLLs. b.h.e.. .the esadI1d of Senator Broome for
Dear Sirs: Would you rather haire Govew ro the State two years hence.
PtULJ)KD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, your customers speak of y',ur show as We have up to this time been unable to
wearing well, as not down at interview -t gentleman on the subject,
the heel, as turning water, and taking a and ae not in a position to say whether
Referring to what he calls "a con- shine; or wag their heads and say noth- the id is contemplated ornot In any
Siracy to strip them (the people) of in ..; event, the suggestion on the part of
the few acres of public lands yet re- e'd rather have ours, at long inter. our brethren is a very kind one, and
malning unapnropriated to private cor- vals, say: "We want some more paint,, those who know Senator Broome can
porations," Gov. Broward speaks of andwe want Devoe." We knowit isn't vouch for the fact that with him as
'certain purchasable newspapers," and In human nature to paint very often we Governor the State would certainly be
declares that "the methods" employed don't expect t'.em to come very often; given a spotlefs administration, and his
by the o ippents of his policies are:' don't want 'em to. All we want is to sole desire would be to give absolute
"First, the purchase of certain news-! paint what they have to paint, when- justice to all. There would be no chance
papers whose marketable value is as ever they paint it; the longer the time, for scheming politicians to pluck politi-
well known to the purchasers as the, the surer they are to come back. cal plumes, nor one class to receive
price of beef or hogs." But he takes There's business enough in the world; ireter favor than another. -Gadaden
especial care not to name any of these there are houses enough to paint; let Times
obnoxious publications, which leaves 'em take their time.
his accusation practically applicable to If we were a shoemaker, we'd make Hon. James E. Broome, first, would
every newspaper in the State.-- Clay shoes to last half a lifetime, and shoe make Florida a good Governor should it
County Times. the whole town be decided that he is the man for that
So does he thus continue to insult Yours truly position next time; second, he would
newspaper men, and yet there be those F. W.EV w Yo oake Florida a good Comptroller should
New York, make Floridagood Comptroller should
of them who will fawn at his feet or P. S, Gilmore & Davis sell our Paint. it be thought best for him to have that
kiss his hand, as would a dirty cur dog 42 position; or third, he might make a
who had been kicked to the ground and The State Boardof Pardons is meager i good Commissioner of Agriculture; or
stamped by its (the dog's) owner or in regard to the cause of imprisonment i he might fill any other position well and
master. Strange, is it not, that Napo- of ;Pernms who auply for clemency. At acceptably he might be elected to
leon Bonaparte Broward can have such the lcatins for p ardon r lemen P Once upon a time, in the long ago, his
an exalted opinion of some if not most considl-red, and only one c aime given- father made Florida a good Governor,

of us, and yet have worshippers among
the newspaper fraternity Did he know
how and who, and has he bought some
of them as of the "price of beef or

perjury. If there is a thing tlFe tax-
payers of this State are entitled to, it
in full informati ion n regard to the par-
doning of convict, and the withholding
of much information naturally creates
the suspicion that rnich is untold that
.h...I.I ,I... A .I .. ........ ... .. ,

n hi -~bu~. n o ,uu r)e s t e prfee s anu rec-
In his Leesburg spech (overnrar ords of this august tribunalare public
Broward said he was the "hired man' property, it is to le hoped that the Tal-
of the people to do their bidding. If lahassee True Democrat will keep the
you are, Governor, why did you disre- people posted as they should be.-Jack-
vard the law nansed in 19fl appronriat- sonville Metropolis '
Ing about $300,.(WO in the Internal Im- That we are trying our h.vel best to
provement Fund towards building goo w ar y our l b
roads in the Stato? Through her County do, Brother Metropolis. You are aware,
Commissioners Lake county made re- however, of the fact that up in and
nuisition for her part of the fund imme- around this region, those who do not
diatelv after the act become law, but tady v) the gang, wear their collar.
vou dl.rea rdod her interest in thatoady t the ganK wear their collar,
fund. Before our term of office expires lick their hands- in fact, worship the
you will find that Lake county's citizens little tin gods-the big stick is used by
believe more in good roads than they do those fine dignitaries to crack the head.
In draining the Everglades, and they and that those lordly beauties take the
will rebuke your attitude in not givinguI
to them what rightfully belonged to utmost care to withhold information,
them according, to law Anv thinking particularly so from us You have not
man knows that it would be of far thus early forgotten the experience we
greater benefit to build rood roads than
'to drain he Everildes. Of course, t met with when we sought information
there would not be as much chance for from that self-same pardoning board
graft in building roads ss in digging sometime since for the Metropolis, in
the canal, and that is probably why the connection with the Cooper reprieval,
drainage promoters are using so ms ch ,
hot air In promoting the scheme Mr. have you? By the way, does anybody,
Tax Payer, you have a vote in the gen- aside from that great Merciful Board,
eral election in November. and save know anything new about that Cooper
ourself and your children from beinv case- truly, there is some great hidden
filched w votin against the amend-
ment.-Tavares Herald. mystery in connection with it and the
I ,..i ... Ep|es murderers. The True Democrat
Now It wnue 000 the thar r

'and as the Senator has oftentimes been
tried and never found wanting, the peo-
ple of Florida may see fit to call him to
one of these greater positions of trust
next time; for ourselves, we would
never register a kick at his being the
Governor. James E Broome is all
Right, if Hon H Clay Crawford did
leave him behind in the race last time.
I~ ~ "-- -
There is a man in our State,
And he is wondrous wise;
He stood upon the Everglades,
And sank below his eyes.
And when he saw what he was in,
With all his might and main,
He tried to get the people all
The Everlades to drain.
Aacieat Rome.
is now merely a memory of the past.
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family
liniment of the twentieth century. A I
positive cure for rheumatism, burns,
cuts, sprains, neuralgia, etc. Mr. C.
H Runyon, Stanberry, Mo., writes: "I'
have used Snow Liniment for rheuma-:
tism and all pain I can't say enough
in its praise." Sold by all druggists.
Don't take our word for it, b come
and see for yourself, and you wil jhit
that we are leaders of low price.
Tallahassee Mercantile O.

.iuwat vwPu ermin a.,t trir are has one eye on them, and proposes to To provide for the screening of ciatensm or recep-
ome other n paper scattered about holding water. in the city of Tallahaa,
some other newspapers scattered about keep on the trail as long as official acts and for abolishing and preventing the existence
over Florida that have begun to see are done under cover and so much is of breeding places for moiquitoe in the city of
name things as they have been and are Tallahass. state of Forida.
seomehinrs they be er af n ae kept secret lie it ordained by the City Council of the city
becoming: there will be more of them, - of Tallahassee. Florida:
too; and the (rood work will go on until, That Laark B 1. S.kcuon I. It shall be unlawful for any person
at least, some of thoe,.. gentlemen, who, A gay crowd had gathered at the G. orperson". finror corporation tokeepor mantin
own everybody anti everything publicF. & A. depot by 5 Saturday night. rptciwherewaterikeptorcoi ected.within
and They had on their glad rags. and all the corporate limits of the city of TallahaM..e.
in the State "oulir masters, instead were, ready for the foot- making to Plorida. unieun said cicern. open wril or water
., ,, arrel. or 1 their receptables, shall th thoroughly
of "servants., an it were, will he called happen in Lanark in an hour or two. screerndwithfalivaniaed. copper bronzedor rust.
down and out. and some of the he,t The operator came out and marked the' ti're'f wire gauze netting with a me'sh formed by
who can feel and act some for their train two houas late, caused by a freight wire' of not len than heighten (DI> to the inch;
w .it ,,.shall te unlawful for any version air ptnersans,
car being wrecked and still across the firm or coro people. will te put in power Czars of track at Havana. The crowd decided lace or trn any premisen within the corporate
Florida, your official day are numbered, to, wait then until 10:55, since they had m'itsan ,f the ,',ty onf Tallahr se. la., any gutter,
now make the best of it. "Hired man missed the ball. At about l(0i:.3 the; erthen (or w(maen ware, or v-vsais, broken or
of ther,,ple" pounds go do not hear him out in the statement, and sleew all the ir v l. er. earthenor w.en ware, or vesel.
s*tat meent,, ll e rir inu terai broken rr .tiherwise, that are capable of hodingr
and he has made other reckless state- boys went home to bed. The others or retaining water for other than huiowhoild pFur.
ments on his driinage stumping tour; complimented themselves on being "t h :the snitary woMns for removal, and after
but then political stump speakers are stickers, and continued their songs and removal ,y the sanitary department they shall be
Sjigs At 3 o'clock it was announced holasomedi of imnmediatelye'ther by hairyingforburn-
gooal at doing such things and a fuv- that the train might come in by 9, but in'. al "" ,*hll be so eff'etually dle-troyed a. to
prevent water being able to cs6llect and le retained
ernor who would caist the dignity tf him that at wouldn't leave until midday. therea. Ari ithall Iw unlawful for any ierson
office to the windl could not he' expecteail Severtal of the nciowd went home at or wrsons, firm or coratia-rt.n to permit any
that.t wi.ter to uo'nlitrt and stan l i any hole or holes or
to bee an exception. ,'trl n I*he round suirfa''e 'if th,.ir pa rerises ain
At H N 'clock the train came. The t,,rp,.at,. limit. of the. ,i t ,f Tallahassee.
ph~ri~~l mn, ai; y u h ,ac s, h I y that had ranlnial f|la all night I",ri la. ait ill much ,low piac. Ahti.-re water coil.
Floridian, hadidl vau ever st ,op n h'- rawl-; aoi., a ,ard It \wt'e t at,( i tot lanark. ,. to.n i shall is...#.iter till.d n ordrain.l.
m ent t i i think that Jer in iia. i intel i red u itsl py ,t. They ll r l'' I, ii h arri nd-lti r lak- utr ralable
nearly very offlce'r ln i h t sfirt 'aliitt turnild Mwitida|iy mrnminyw. .rd1 the first t. i. they hea xIne ivi i so ,lved, e nea r ag in t a t ti l trin "t'nJi t"'llr t *al 1 tii< .fri.tni C h tir-f lad, -f
ofllcerpu: f i ar rIaH i ( h o(l fi . M r (M r..m, when Mr. Hi.-%nold wh.t' it IM ~rt, il i"n titnll> .v I ," k,. I, t. ,.p rfarer ,,f i.,t ater therein,,led
Sixth kMr*"' crulale at. n |it of ailther to,.d' ery
died; IlIn II. i h, \ 'r.iwford. wheli' his See Brnumbyl .. .. ... ,r !iiy i mnni aure fiw.ei a wa ter tu. r.facre.
1, .t' phs a'! | u ly I- t everv flu 'n il ,',l il1 iWtOl rinu
vtln'ralit h t faitthl r iilt .l ldg,'. %. 'Vhit- If v,,you we.h iiai k ii l f t tii ut fi t li ..iI t.,a." fium the first iai of Ma> t1 thr tir.t
flel.l, wh ,en Mi. l.arihr w tnt toh (' it- JhN iust atlui''i t fil e'' , Ist ia"ti w ill ,I ;,' a ..f to ,r of each al <-iv.', v.,ar An il
grell,( n 'ral El+ ls.,when M r. W hit- ""I.I.ll a t 1 i >1'1, 4 .-,0 i<,,-% it l ] a toliih h'lIr Wi . awful for any eI' 'n ,r l er grfoss ( e'nar'ti K las. wha.n Mr. WVhit. ee"l Y' 'ii at luic op o 'I Ohitt , 'r, r a' ,iin fa permit nm innian or .hatle,1
eld was lr lutatlO ru el on heblll fir aell kinuls of | na *.. -* ,.ale lay the' a* im.ilatih 11 f refufea or
e ti Wa, i ,ri tll I It I ti the S .upre ne i'tli.i repj iiirig) ;>il ai n aal lo<'k- i th r, hr. Court Iench, id tt .. hionoralhl. State sanith work. 2-tf 4- i,#': premi.t'Pu-,r ,i tie. i,,,';i',t-iit any
-'., . hin the I,,r;,iat,' Imit. f th. ''"i
Treastur r. W V not, iti when .Iut ge' -. -Obf "1 d'a FIlStn1, lut a. 110 h .1 la *'1. .hak;
WPhitll wilmbing, Plumbiag, PlAmbing. .. . and dry
W hittehl w a t't i Att r titte'r, StiafnI alfd U ta Fitting. e t..,r Th. ordainan. a -hall ino aa ilv to, the
eral; ltnl thilt Mr. Ma I.iTn wa s allpiai| ite l 14-t f '1111i til'y & l l' ,' h,.i ,- i. p -t-rin fu r taink, ... I I ii neiar It
onl. yh* l, 1 .,,' wash h-..l.-r. n.t r ,h.ail it a lit v t,
only a short while tie'f. i' h Iltlat aur ,-ta h.r l. ..- l- of ,.nna1r a ull an p l ih
tion. po(; aHi Ilv .1 'llItai 1' W intl h,I ,'f't' I tilt' r r I' ,,t The May.oru, f Ih.. ciity o f Tallaha ssee,
i t'lc -t'ic an al, now ha. mire than -t ,ev- ..,lii, I, i h il herei. di'r....'e.i aI i erip-.w.
incomint g l .vern..r t,>\ iil ig ,,,n x,-rtld ,.itv ttachet-t enrolled and the n'imttehr --I.. o.lI, ne.r* n.,:. -T r s ,;cp.e-
to that etind Now. ,. i tho .r, a n1 cooler isn i ting increase d d tily. Ia%-,,,t.'l t,',rer ft e h ayear a .'v .f
that hle coulil f n tlr if lh ie l l 1r. f : r the a (rurin. of s-nor that the 1.r,,% ii .in
mh-t he ;, ,a ,. 1,f 1h, '.l Fewer ;allons. HW ears l.ongter. fItvo'. ,.th ,, ,r,l,.in, e ar ra, rit ni t ,ai ni. oerfrmnel,
men inta behri 'nl i ,u' ,. iq o/,, l, o f o,.' ao'il t .,Ahn! > s lthe duty ,of the .a, ina t i.-c't erno'r FP'loit me. an w lk it. i lk dr str ll pIi' csn nef In the 'onaalittian r edjur eir by this
pie now believe hi. s ll,.cc,..-led in deinig, ion walk'4d into, lanlkn's (lirlgstor ..rhiman, avin.oltil heMach lay. anid whe ther.orno't
pretty badly cut up. Hie' had been to he r'onu..*s inspectal are- .,rcuid r vacant,
and was thus e.tai,,'ii. with the' aisiist the negro ,lawl room on CI'lnton street. anmi ha.l es.cribe the preiosps in.eetd either
ance of thone whto knew hini as hi was, and had theie tldnned a quincy negr, a I"f u; A-tp ihaiV tthe name af then csu.
in accomplishing things that h appritreai namtled Allen for a debt of 5 cents. ,nt0 anld shall report the f the said
the pliple and ena.bld hulit toa aue the When Allen refused to sJay Thomas premis.p. and whether or not a cistrrn I* kept **
the people an d o hintto sethe aske. him for a light. This was em- a",d triona and the condition of the ciatern if
great trust that was iml.poe i an him in ,hatically .oented. whereupon the ig a her ne. Anyilmel ol nrm(r -
many and divers little trucks that ar'tte was slapped from the mouth of retmn rE.edian wilintheoir ratelmits -he
worked out to his satisfaction. and en. Allen, who immediately began carving city of TallFhk 1 da. who fait. meglet or
abled him to crack the heas tof the on Tom. Hav ng had hi wounds 'histo ear ane thae dt ed 'yoetsdittonisof-
wlh w o uldn k t how dwn t thim uldrtessed at the drugstore. Thomas went e up emovtle theweof.hrll belnes
who would nut bow down tl. him til tback for satisfaction. He returned to sn i*ri t thaa llve n (la Ior mar than one
worship him? Truly it was a had day Balkcom's in about an hour and a half udrd" tt9LO).ern tlm" we the
for Florid when William Sherman Jen. in the condition commonly called "cut o'btoththeaeWad aimprisaonat at the dirre.
laga was made Governor; and yet our to pieces" and weak from loss of blood. U orf the Maper.
iesewta esmaef .uh"verno and yet of hs r Bond was summoned. and now Secttiem L Aar O1y pr ef a Ofrte
'Thomaas isa id n 14anfor a winhle. Bothase" whieb

oas q(tin e @u i .1 i. or Drainagea- w '- a --'- -*'
gad keepsim i nbauomes. fflt liations were arreted. Alen being placed be.
and takes his advice about hind the brs and Jefferson released
m&a und. uner bond
dvteof" their r afl eotytutou When ;ou have Plumblng to do see
r PhillipskSimpamon. 14-ti

In Willow Rocking Chairs we are offering
Special Bargains.

If you desire bargains in all kinds
of Furniture and House Furnishing
Goods it will pay you to call and look
over our stock of goods before mak-
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0 0 0 Jo

Headquarters for first class stock.


If your work is behind do not buy a plug,
come to see me and buy a Horse or Mule that
be worth the money after the rush is over if
should wish to dispose of it.

Have just received a U i ( ES
car load of as handsome BJ
as was ever brought to Tallahassee, which I will
sell to my friends on favorable terms.
I carry a line of single and double harness.
J. D r140 S. Adams St.
vA I, Tallahassee, Florida.

See Coims for Clea Job Printing.

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bai M 0n la the Pisheating Crook
basis, sad 88 on the nsat sad North
bordw of La-h Okeechobee; that
everythg Met of Pert Drum ridge
tIS St. Lecti County lads Its way, pamr
of t iata the t. Joba's River. ad
the .elmdedr lato the A atkt
Oaee; that tart Dram ride divide
tS waters of the Kimipee bMal
& Md the OkshembAe basim roma the
w upper w St.L JohO#

im THE


V. P. IieM o,. L., In te Held
For Dint=o 9 V TMtiASS



In the Injunction case of the South-
on Satee Land wad Timber Company
versus the, Board of Drailage Com-
masklones aWd the tax collectors of
the cosaUtes embraced la the drlanage
dMtrct. a large number of 4atldavits
vwp lead on behalf at the complain-
aste for the purpose of informing the
Oowt to thU condition existing to
the district, among which was the

State of Plorida,
County of DuvlaL
RaBore We uD4ersigned personsiy
eame V. P. VHP~JnR, to me well
know, who poan oath, says: That
he is a reldent of West Virginia, re-
l44lag at CapDo Iron Works, and that
Ie ageo Is laty years; that he to a
evil engineer and mechanical eogg-
user by profession, and is a graduate
of the Nautcal School at LItits, Penn-
sylvanal; that he has had varied ex-
pqrIace Is mining, railroad and
daillage work, sad the building of
machlaery and buildings; that he
Uved, at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, from 1882 to 1896, and that
during that period he was employed
by the Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal
sad Okeechobee Land Company as as.
instant engineer under the late Col.
James M. Kreamer, chief engineer of
said Company; that this Company
was engaged In extensive drainage
operations In Southern Florida under
a contract with the Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund, the field
of its operations extending from the
headwaters of the Kissimmee River
down to Lake Okeechobee, the Ever-
glades and the Caloosahatchte River,
a distance of about one hundred and
Ifty-six miles, and embracing a wide
extent of territory; that only a par.
ton of this drainage system was comr
pleted, and the Company's plans for
the drainage of the Everglades was
sever finished.
That he la familiar with the part of
the drainage district that Is North of
Township 50 on the East side of the
Nvergladea, and North of Township
44 on the West; that the drainage
dlatriet embraces practically every.
thing Iputh of Township 32 and East
of Range 17, and is about 170 miles
in length and 90 miles In width In its
vl4eet part; that of this territory
aUke Okeechobee oocupies twelve bun.
dred square miles, and the Everglades
about three million acres; that Lake
Okeechobee is the principal recepta
ete of all the water In the water-shed
which is principally fed by the Kin
slmnee RIver and PIsheating Creek
together with omne smaller streams
coming lito the North end of Okee
chobee, vli.: Taylor's Creek. Heufry
Creek. Moequlto Creek and Cypres,
Creek; that Lake Ohk ,chobee has
twenty-one natural outlets and three
lea/alT ones, and the combined
oosse*cflos of the twenty-one out
lets isto equivalent to about 3,000 square
feet, and they, together with the three
artificial outlets, discharge about 5,000
eubic feet per Moond. normal rate ol
discharge; that the natural water-shed
of Lake Oeecbohbee embraces an areas
of about 0W aqeane mMles, of which
S,@S are ahboe the dratsInase district
Il the Irssmmee basats 1,10W withli
Sdrlatag district In the Kissamme


until they could spill their wa
the low basin of the Everglat
would be n.weeuary to constr
eral canals a mile apart runny
section lines, e. ch canal cut to
a safe distance of the adjointni
line canal, but not opening
All the range line canals to b
with Sood gates at proper di
part, and within the squares I
the lateral canals, each square
Is mile -by one mile to area;
lateral canals on quarter lines
rna front each of the lateral ca
within a safe distance of the
Iag lateral canal. tbus creating
piete irrigation system.
In my opinion, the width
rMage line canals run al N
nath sould be asIty IAg

nd tbe Atlastu. a the riven
in m low Its the Atlantim, an
exteeds South about 190 *all
C the ast haborder d the brw
glad*es, being broke In eeral place
by the streams and slough dralalni
into the Atlantei: t that sarfatc a
the 3verglades being lower than tiO
waters of OkeIebobe, are asturallI
Inuadated by the latter; that none a
those stream leading out of Lake
i Okeecob tito the Everglades have
a length of more than 1% miles exoep
the one that runs lanto Pelican lak
and they soon lose their channel anc
their waters become gradually dial
pated over the surface of the glades
That he has been all over that ter
1ttory, i-pett" the lands, maktainl
surveys, Sding levels and gatheriaf
data without say special reason for I
except to know everything so that I
mould b referred to Nt wanted ,
that the elevation of the lands would
be known, t e character of the lands,
=umber of soa, tuaatity of timber,
and a general deserlption of every
thing that would help to make up &a
Intelligent whole.
That for twelve years he gave close,
unremittlUa study to the dralainage
problem and all the data that he could
gather towards an intelligent solution
was obtalaed; that they were en-
deavoring to obtain a fund of knowl-
edge by which something could be
worked out of It; that his Instructions
were to find out the quality of the
amuck, the quantity of the muck, the
quality of the pine woods bordering
oun the muck, the general contour of
the marsh, the general contour of the
cypress, the quantity of timber, and
whether there was cross-tie timber, or
say other use that could be made of
the timber, and what it would be good
for; what the land would be good for
and what it ought to bring on the
market, giving a money price; that
levels were taken on the marsh and
on the pine woods, the streams were
measured that run Into the glades, as
well as the streams that run out of
the glades, as well as the streams that
run out of the lake; that soundings
were taken to show the depth of the
muck, to show the depth of sand and
the rock on canal routes; where it
was possible, samples of rock were
gotten, and the place noted on the
map where the samples came from
and those samples were sent North to
be analysed and tested as to hardness
and friability, so as to know what
method it was beat to use in exca-
vating. if that was necessary, or
whether they had any value as a fer-
That he examined and mapped the
Atlantic Coast from Township 39
South to Township 60 South, both in-
clusive, and between the Everglades
and the Atlantic, entering the Ever-
glades o( the East side, and the glades
were examined along that entire dis-
tance from three to ten miles; this
was done to establish the character
of the muck lands, as well as the
depth of muck and the underlying
strata. The object of that Informa-
tion, of course, was to facilitate plans
of drainage and navigation.
That he also covered with the same
field work the entire Kisuimmee basin
from Lake Hart, in Township 24
South, to Lake Okeechobee, Township
46. Lake Okeecbobee was meandered
from Ptbeating Creek on the West
side along the West, South and East
shores to the borders of Chancy Itay
on the Northeast corner, a distance
of about S0 miles, and all this data
was carefully planned and explained
on maps which are yet In existence,
sad detailed mapm were made of the
West and Southwest side of Okeecho-
bee sad the Southeast side of same.
From the data that was procured,
the Company deemed it advisable to
confiae their researches on the West
side to the lands North of Township
49, and on the 1ast side to the lands
North of Townsblp 51, as that seems
to be the Southern limit of the deep
sew grass, and also the elevation
Above sea-level was so small South of
these points, it was deemed too diI-
cult to do anything with these lands,
even should they he found desirable
In quantity and quality. From the
numerous soundings that have been
made In the territory examined. It

was latossible to sgo more th
I quarters of a mile per day;
grass is.fteen feet high, and
way to get through it is
boards and push them In an
Them apart and tramp the grs
and continue In this way. Tt
belt of saw grass, while It iI
) all over the glades, Is hean
N the center than It is toward
gan. So far as examined, th
I marsh lies a a bed of wh
from two to three feet deep
of conglomerate of the consi
putty facing the underlying r
analysis of this white 'marl w
a by Prof. Harvey Wiley, Chief
of the United States Depar
I Agriculture, and he reported
I Its crude form It had great
a fertillser as a top dreain
The muck over this entire
well decomposed, and taking
whole, quite solid. There a
little sinuous sloughs all th
sometimes clear water and as
a loblolly or soft bog, but ti
is very limited compared to t
area. This land would shr
little from drainage, probi
more than 25 per cent of tl
of the muck deposit, and as
land that grows saw grans
cidedly-the best of all the ma
that we have. At St. Cloj
Kissimmee, the best sugar c
grown on the land that posse
most saw gram. Over a fie
acre of only 400 acres, an
yield of 24 tons to the acre
duced. Its saccharine quality
ao high that over 6,000 pouni
gar were produced per acse
left for the land consideras
$100 per acre as the value
year's crop.
Nor the reclamation of this
the Rverglades an has been a
serlbed, my opinion as an enp
that a levee must be built ne
demus Slough, South of Fli
"Creek, from the pine woods
West side nearest the lake e
East to the lake; thence f
the lake margin around Its S
and up the other side to near
Bay, and thence Flant to t
woods. This levee would prol
about eighty miles long.
struction would necessitate
moval of muck in the path
levee, and filling in the ex
with sand. This excavation al
about twenty feet in width,
levee should extend from three
feet above the surface of thi
or swamp through which it
This for'ics a leveu of about fl%
feet above the surface of v
lAke Okeechoibee, the sand be
to this height by a buttren ss
being placed between this l,
the waters of the lake for the
of a retainer. The wave s
wash this mnuck, but they w(
sand, as the waves are seldom
five feet high and thin butt
muck will prevent any breac
made in the love proper. Th
to to hold the waters of liak
chobee from seeping through a
flowing the region that Is
This region, comprising th
arable lands of the lvergla
above outlined, extends Sout
line drawn from the North
Township 49 on the West to th
line of Township 51 on the 9
West to the edges of the Eve
as shown on the ordinary E
Florida, and Is the region he
erred to Ii it,-
The Idriniage, proper would
of a net-work of canals running
and South and iast and West
number and of nuch capacilt
absolutely take care of the wa
would come on to this drain
In the shape of rain, because n
water would come to it. The
of lake O()keechobee would b
out also tin a series of canals
lg into these drainage and ir
cansla, In which the water w
held at any depth required. A
canals would tap the lake, and
mouth of each canal would be
gate. I would have these ca
range lines lsx miles apart
tending down the full length
saw grans tract and turning

an three, forty-Soot width for the lateral smotto
the saw liae eanals running east and West
the only aid a twenty-foot width for the seail
to take Inside quarter section lise canals r
id spread nlan North and South; the depth o
ass down, the three 4lffereat sees of the camal
his heavy would have to be determined by the
a general depth of the muck. It would be very
vier near easy to dig nl that muck deposit. MW1
the mar. opinion is that an excavator should
ise wboat be used on these canals.
ite marl I estimate the total cost of con
p. a kind structing the levee at one million
stency of thirty-eight thousand, seven hundred
ock. An and eighty-seven dollars ($1,038,787.00)
was made If the sand is to be hauled from the
SChemist pine woods In on the levees I would
tment of estimate the cost of the levee at five
I that In hundred and fifty-nine thousand, aevei
value as hundred and eighty-flve dollar
g. ($559.785.00), If the sand could be
a area is pumped out of the bottom of the lake
r it as a into the levee. Itemized estimates ar
re many hereto attached and marked Sched
rough It, ule "A".
sometimes The cost of the canals through the
heir area muck land, free from custard apple
he whole swamps or bays, abshould not exceed
Ink very over 3 cents per cubic yard to con
ably not struct. In dredging through custard
he depth apple swamps, the cost would be con
a rule all siderably greater,. say from 10 to 1U
s is de- cents per cubic yard.
harsh land The custard apple la a small wild
ud, near fruit tree that grows in protfualo
rane was around the shores of Lake Okeecho
eased the bee, and can be utilized In planting
Id of an the lake wall of the levee as a pro
average tection against the force of the waves
was pro- and also to hold the muck facing
les were together.
de of so This is the only plan I know of thai
e, which will successfully accomplish the work
bly over I consider this the best plan because
of the it fills the requirements from an ag
ricultural stand< (it for the success
1 part of ful tillage of the moil after Its reclaian
above de. tion. The drainage of this muck land
ginieir is to not merely a question of the re
:ar NiO- nmoval of the water, but the control
heating of the water, as It is Just as necessary
on the to supply a proper quantity of water
xtending for growing crops here as It la In the
following arid West. The question la not so
uuth end much one of drainage as It is of Irrt.
(Chancy nation, both being necessary In any
he pine schieine of reclamation. The drainage
bably be is a small Item in the complete rela.-
Its con. matkim of this land. It Is well known
the re- that mistakes of the gravest nature
of the have been made by these drainage
cavation oompanles In their earlier efforts by
should be the removal of all the water and with.
and the out proper provision being made for
e to four the storage of water for irrigation
e marsh purposes. These drained lands re-
is run. qulire a great deal of moisture. They
v,e to six present such a large area to evapora
Nater of tion and the crops that they grow do
lng held the satme thing. particularly sugar
of muck cane,. and if they are not properly sup-
wve' and plliei with water, and are allowed to
purpose dry out, they lhecome worthless. There
will not are certain seam-am of the )ear when
uld the they iulistt lie muplled with water,
i If ever ail ill rilitg tlie ilponiltig stage, the
treso of wa er IIItHI tie rt-mo.nveid and the ground
h being made idr) to stop growth and mature
Is lveee the crops.
e ( Okei' It my opinion, for the proper drain-
nd over- ag, and Irrigation of this region nl
to be question the total length of the range
line canals required in 2T1 milles, of
in main the section cantalm I,f2 miles, and of
d(ea, is the quarter section canals, 4,636t miles;
th to a anid the cost of the range line canals
line of will be $792,.i.oei. of the section line
ke North canals, $:,.l. :2;4 O0, and of the quar-
Cast and ter section innals, $4,791,t.14 ltn. mak
rglades, Ing a total ,length of .,291k mill I, and
uaps of a total co(t of $N.774,390.0( This esH
rein re. tinate of tIlie ceit of thi CHanait con
teilnfhto.s the use of a bie'ket dredge*
ornstet Th'se, IrrJasion and Iralinarge c'anals
g North will alO be utilized as water ways or
In such I)aulM for thel trainipoar-ttion auiil cul
y as to tlvatlon otf tllae c(rop., as all plowlug,
ter that harvr-ting, 'tilting and gathering of
ed area sugar i r otr c-er te rops, can ita
1o other done Ic 1> Hlithhe worked by motors on
waters bI.t ;..
e taken Alt)r > ite-n1 that ait for Its view
empty- tlhe istlinpl. takingK off of the water eaf
rtgatton I.ake, oke'e-chlaie. would not fulfill the
would be undtitions coumpreheudil in this dC
II these velopmnent.
I at the I f peakilng of drainage as applied
a flood to Lake Okeeq'howee and the saw
nals on grass region of the Everglades, I
and ex. speak of "drainage" with a view to
of the re(lamatiou, which include, tath the

accomplish what It in ostensibly being
undertaken to do. The cost of this
canal would be very heavy, and it
would be the most expensive of any
of the routes that are under discus-
slcm. This route was nirveye'd by the
late Col. James M. Kreamer. Chief
liagineer of the Company. In tI1.
and was rejected by him.
An ocean canal frinim lke Okeecho-
bee starting at a ludit about 12 miles
South of Pelican Hay, to New River
on the East Coast, would be 62 miles
In length. This route was surveyed
by me in the summer ot INV9. and the
estimates showed that there would be
four million cubic yards of ruck to be
removed at the South end. the re-
malnder being muck. Samples of this
rock were sent to numerous dredge
builders, but I have never heard the -
result. I doubt, however, that the
reports were favorable, as the rook Is
so hard that It will batter the pots of
an ae, I stWruck with IL Thi geate

seenms that the table rock on which
the glades rest is practically level and
about four to five feet above the sur,
face of the Atlantic, and the Inequall-
ties of the elevation from South going
North are merely the depth of muck
on this table rock, which depth of
muck around the entire South ead of
Lake Okeechobee average from 12 to
16 feet, while the depth of muck at
the mouth end of this belt that has
been examined is barely one to three
feet In deth. This depth of muck
gotas South from Okeechobee holds Its
own for over half way of this distance,
then drops off to the shallows given
before the general shape of this large
saw grass tract being that of a turtle.
Tihe progress throuMg the saw grass
Is very dicult; with- seven me it


n but It would not make them prodfe
, ive. On the contrary, It would stn.
I ply expose them to their worst e-.
. my--fre. In fact, the effect of at
f eanal that has for Its object simply
* the carrylsn off of the waters of La*e
e Okeechobee, without let or hindrance
y will be detrimental to the scheme of
r reclamation. It might have the effect
d of drying the Rverglades, but by dry.
tag them would ruin them. It is a
- perpetual menace to the destruction
,. of the Beglades by Are and their
d uaproductivenes for want of water.
I, I one ease It wMI destroy them en*
e Surely. In the other case It units the
d for cultivation.
e Muck land, being a peat, will take
n Are and keep on burniaag sometimes
a for months. just like an old sawdust
e pile, and keep on burning until it is all
B burned away. The fire will burn as
e long as there sla anything left to teed
- upon and no water to extinguish It.
If the Evergladen were perfectly
e drained, there would be no Iverglades
e In Ave years, If fire should be start-
I ed-not a vestige. It would simply be
- one Immense ash bed on a rock bot-
I tom and absolutely worthless.
- Another essential reason for the
I storage of all the water possible In
Lake Okeechobee la that in the mlame
I date vicinity of lake Okeechobee It
a would have the effect of making the
country warmer, because that large
g body of warm water protects the coun-.
try around It very much; because all
a along on that belt of beach that I
g have spoken of, there are numbers of
rubber trees, some of them over a
L foot In diameter, probably 40 to 50
. feet high, growing probably 60 to 100
years, and they have not been killed
- by the cold simply because that body
* of water protects them from being
killed. Take away the water and you
I remove a storehouse of heat from the
s* section immediately around Lake
I Okeechobee, and if you hold the water
up there, six or eight feet of warm
r water on the lake would probably
I protect that entire marsh that would
be brought lato cultivation, from the
frost; It would keep enough beot so
that In one night It would save mil-
lions of dollars. There to nothing In
nature that is a greater storehouse for
heat than water. It holds more latent
heat than anything else we have, and
that sl a thing we should not lose
eight of.
Affiant has kept In touch with the
schemes for the drainage of the Aver
glades now being contemplated, and
finds that the Irrigation feature of the
problem has not been mentioned, and
he Is of the opinion that If the plans
discussed are carried out, the reela-
mation of the Bverglades will not
be accomplished, but the Glades will
be ruined as an agricultural propo
Afliant does not think that any com.
rehenalve survey of the territory
has been made, nor any comprehen-
sive plan of the drainage of the rv.
erKlades as a whole has been laid
An ocean canal brought In from
Lake Worth. running South of Lake
Okel-ohubee, but not Into It, and run-
ning across the Glades to the pine
woods on the West side, would In-
tercept all the waters of Okeechobee
and cut off every particle of water
south of that canal, thus absolutely
and completely taking this supply of
water away from it. This would drain
ihoa, lands South of this canal, but
would asino ruin them. A canal along
this route 76 feet wide and 12 feet
de-ep would cost approximately
A canal from Chancy Bay to St.
Luc it lver would lie poshille but
not practicable. It would certainly
be mischievous In its conception, be-
cause of the urseless coat, to begin
with, and the absolute absence of ne-
cessity for its existence and it would
not accomplish what sla osensibly
being attempted, that is, to make the
Everglades productive, and I hold that
this lai the thing that should be aimed
at. If the lverglades aret to tI. made
productive, then such dIranuage will not

g south removal of the water, and the storing
ter Into of the wlter In a reservoir for the
des. It use oaf the lands raeclauled. lake
uct lat. Okeochoblene a Is the natural reservoir
ning on for the Irrigation of the Fverglades
) within when reclaimed. and in that latitude
g range Irrigation ls not Ise Important than
Into It. drainage, if not more mso and every
* fitted precaution should be taken to maln
stances tain Its level and storage capacity.
ptween Merely to lower Lake Okeechobee by
e being ocean canals cut through the muck
smaller deploits and rock strata of the Ever-
s would glade, or through the uppen C(aloosa-
inals to hatchle valley, or through the high
adjoin- ridge on the East side of the lake,
a com.n- ad by the lowering of the level of
the lake to drain the Everglades,
of the would be a suicidal policy. It would
rth ana periTl r lt It drylng up tUe greet
nd a sw grass rides of the
-amlm -mim

. i / .

was also rejected on the grounds of,
expense. Without having data on
hand, I should Judge the cost of this
canal would approximate $2,M600,0.(00.
An ocean canal from Lake pkee-
chobee, near the Rits River, tio the
Rhark River on the southwest coast,
would be about loo miles Il length.
On this route there in a fall In the
first 26 milen of 12 feet, leaving only
a fall of t ffeet for the remaining 765
mlles, with the probability of most of
that 76 milul teiIng a rock cut. In
, my opinion, t hil route In the natural
route for the catall, but It should not
he cut for niors' lhan one third of thee
distance from INike' ,Okee.'holbe. Hiut
the uanial aH a wholu In entlrly Iro-
practllcehble, an thse e'xpenst woildl tie
abloolutely outi of proportion to Itu
The nlarge',nint of the iuppe'r ('a
loo, fromn Fort Thompson to
Alva, a dlilstun'i- of bout 210 rilehs, has
been talkeel of. with a view to giving
that ehannr'l the, snare capacity as
the artliliCil eferiials Ieading Into It
from lAke' Oke.-'helteot'e. IIIn fay opin
Ion, any further e p,.rnlrsg of this 'hain
Dol would bie lidet InMiil'e, as It wo)e ld
result In the Irnundtliion of the' itire
valley of that river, and e'nuse', a trei'
deal of damiagU to property.
It should not he forgoit.n that In
any drainage. syste'rn, whether local or
general, provision Initust hpe riil for
the maintenance of the cannil, and
this would reuilre an al annual expendl
turn ancording to) the season arId the'
charseteor of thee 4oll.
As to the eff,.et of any drainsnge
scheme on the lande of the drainageK
district suirrotriding lake Okeechol b'
on tho North, iast and West; no sy%
tem that wax confined to the Iake' and
Mve effect Iheyond the' n of thee lakc, undi Imslhly ith strips
of nmru h IordrlrinK the Klislinmiae, andl
Casonshalchih, Ilveirn and lMhieltiKg
The surface' water will rennin on
thbe'se flat pinel wood lands and i ral
resM andt In is., i wanipl and Nioumghs.
until there are artlfcliil dlralns nide'
to carry it sway, where there are no
natural o iar, titd nmo amount of dralnT
ing te.low thit will have any offectr
unlesmM the idrintilnK Is donifIe lornlly in
that pIrtlieleir piot. Th'I wohld re.,
quire a pstrfei'ot set-work of iartf c',
ditchiesn and dri ln thaint would hav,: ,to
be carrlhtl Ihlregh the entire liti1lts of

the dlraltuaeK e illtrhct.
Thtllis shta 011eie1i a, lies etu ,01;illv toi
that part of I.e Coiluntly eiiilramr'ied
within theI drsilnrge d tiirlt.
Neitlher would any s.vMtein oIf eri'ian
rannls have aniy effe 't oni the' KI.
si.imone ltlver, aN Ihnt river mieu)n t'Is
abSove thee level of LIktie Okecmhobe,,
and nas mon as It g'ts above thaint
level, nothing helow that affects It
at all.
There In no re'amiis In flxsing an ar.
bitrary lrne where' tho drlniKnuge llnes
arie now run. It In either a HtaStu
proposlt.ion, or It Il a Iralnaage lfi
trict Iprlopalloin aff'ectlng only the,
lands that are, dnirilavd. If It In a
Slate IprnmiltonI,. then the whole
Hiltalte shuihild heo ichiutdet In tthe drali
ag&e dlitriht. If It I nient a HSlate If
fair, then it hiItmild hle ecollned Mtrhltly
to the rew'lainiei nra
The landes within the Drainage Dins
tjiet ottsildel of the Rve'rgladels are of
a varied letariteter. andi comprise e v
eral clrl ,es. paine' wemode, high and
low, haminilicken. I'Ip'ere'w swalipm. bay,.
pralries, hMih andt low, and muarehae
That part of County Inliale the'
Drainale'o Itlrhli It censiiiumed chieflyy
of flat pine woodl, Interperse'd with
pralrive and soenite niarh, and liiany
bodies oP eyprosm. liihoilietisg hlie helg
CyproNs. Nortl if ithIe i'nliemahlcinlt
River co lPnitH ii11.<\1 of prn110%l with
bemiltm of lht wd m i-l., ine illther i ehi ll
tereld thro(tKiohiil, alto < uiliihat,.' womiN|
On thv We-t oi f,. lN4ti, |ihei> thee,
country In very hilghh eiitl iinalhhl, ex
tendilllK Houlh ix l i.owlihliPe4 itle410
the distrlrct. I,: lt of lthatl Is iltllnor
low with l fts of Il it\ a till1111 ,l, il 'e,. tl
the KiNNlllllnes '' illll. it e l sl i llltlee ti,
tho riveri a n I.e t',ea ,',liit' iltilfi
the dilslrlet the hubi l I i nw:til all il, :,i
rti Th'11en 1 oil i, nih ti e l el, l.h II i ,
of pine timber eler n ia It ",i I '. rt
DIruill rilKe, IllvIdl lle i I .v Kl-l. iiiin,.'
baslit front li Ml, t let iia .i1hlu 'I I ti-
ridue* el te-in tlh e Nh',th i h le ,til 1 s af
the dit l 'it alril the tl'c Illn. lIe,
twiein :13 nd :tl a1 e'tIi' i ',itilli
es@ t to .liialte'r n 'Towiixhli I ti n il.'
tanee iof alb t 70 il'e '1l'T is.lri,,
Is here broken hv la svpi-,..w ,i'a.e.
tielow which l 1iilt uiei1 etwA l ln u I'It
M0ast romest to h.ielow MINnlel. I tlle(4.u
of aiboiut 75 inllehs mIre TI'he iiiltlatl
drainage of the te'rrit. iy Nta',ll t est
and Rant otf thin l dilde ,rhinn hitie Ihe,
St. J.lhns RItIver and Atlnntle (I',,nn
On either side It In tflanl.,I tfy
cabbage woMlet, pralrlie. tiiinr'hen.,
lloughs, haniniowkis and
swamps in nixed formation. There Is
a body of cypress linmbtr of conild.
erable extent on the North end oaf
Lake Qkeecboboo, bordering Taylur

Affiant has no Interest In any lands
within the Drainage District,- nor Is
he Interested In any manner In the
payment of the District Drainage tax.
(81gned) V. P. KI3ILR.
womrn to and suhscribed before me
this 31st day of January, 1906.
(Signed)d TIH8A IDUN(AN,
Notary Public, State of lorldas at


Estimate of the Cost of Leves 16
Feet Deep, 24 Feet Wide, Top
and Bottom.


()ood stenarn hovel working double.
time will easily loa d 3(,0l0 .ulale' yards
per dlay.
At this rate' p(rogrems would be about
one itilel a monteoth.
If wirk was started at both endtis, it
weld rIequire 40n months to 'etortrur't
thr. lvee.
Thim would cet about 2 rentss per
yard for s hovtel work, or $1,410 per
milt, or $112,9lhO fdor the' fl mitle'sH.
Tranelportation of this material from
the pine weooil hy raillroad. The first.
20 miles ficin both ends would require
one train to carry away the' material
that one shovel loaded, thin also at a
cest of 2 cents per yard. The' second
20 nilleh would reflulrie two trains at
doutmbl Ihe cost of the first.
Thiul wild mnke the ,cent of the 80
mlhen $1(6'9.21i0.
The dredging of the cnnal In which
the sundl gdKoo at 24, cints iper cubic
yard, would eost $1,74>2 per mile, or
140,96,0 for the NOi nilles.
The erot of the railraid would beo
about $4,0oio eir tille, niaking $320,000.
The .co.t of the dredKge. may bee put
downi at $X.II00 aHpleo', and two of them
would be reequilred.
The two Nhove'lu would cot f oliilt
14,(000 naplc, iand the trains aloutit
r5,0l0 apin,'e feor the' fefour trains re-
IJeve'' shovel oper
allngK exliHs $I 12,N(00
Trains, op-.inlg
exp' 'lls's 1 ~9,20l)
C' Illi thiel. oper-
allngK rIxpeiilsH. 14!0.90I
('Co t of allimaidl. '124 .o(lil
(' Hst eOf lr, e'1.1# . ,111141
Comt o(f hoiv'l . ,0010
Cost of 4 I, raliis 0l.4 (0

Add 201 per cent for

Co'ntilngllie l-n .
Add iltl ler cent
for co(nit i ctor'"
pro dltf . . .

'l'o)tIl 'coMst Iof fIn-
i hulld levee,. .

167,3412- $ 944.362



That will n'trlire ila t i |aI irpii) e at l
a icamlt of 1rlla41 t $17,010 ll pl-ce:; twom
dlreIdge-4 at S ,l ol saeie'e'i'e c('s (If ( p
'ra ting drIeg t ,I- g 1,7e 2 pe'r fuili', nII ak
Ing $I ll,!ilo foier the 1I nmileh.
('Cmt of oieratlllnK Ilid pUl lile, 3 4
'elits ier ,cubic yard. tor $2.1ti4 per

tn11 niakliig $1117,1211 for


('oet arof purjnll4s

th ,e NiS

This newspaper has in several
lals covered the subject matter
following, and in one article a
shed the act referred to in full
others have now begun to look

I editor-
r in the
we pub-
1, butas
a little

into some of the injustices and abuses
that have and are being heaped upon
the people of Florida, we reproduce the
following communication from the
(h-alau banner, issue of May lIth.
Onie of Governor Broward's most de-
voted newspaper friends (arnd he has a
few, although he doew not like news-
papers.) recently attenpled the first
and only defense which hits been put
forth on behalf of the trustees of the
I I. Fund against the charge that they
have ignored and dieolw ye the "good
roeai law" of 1903, commanding them
toUcepo mit all of the I 1 uFindl moneys
then in their hands with the- state treas-
urer, to I.e by him distribilted among
the several counties for their use in the
construction of hard roads. This ever
ze;alojus editor declares that the reason
why the' traiatees did not ol'y the law
wnIs Ime'cause tby its term the'money was
direct ed to t1 thus delo|it'edi "only after
all obligations are discharir.ed. "
Hlere is what the act really says:
"After the payment of all leiuabihaliga-
tionn against said moneys "
Not "all ligation' hbut "all legal
obligationsm" not imaginary "obliqa-
tioins" to make a pitifully small begin-
ning of a great public work which must
cost the state many millions; but such
legall obligations as 'could be dis-
charged by the "payment of such mon-
iys as were in hand; not "imaginary
obligations against the I I Fundorthe
trustees, hut nuch as was then existing
"against snid moneys for clerk hire,
for attorneys fees, postage and other
incidh'ntal expenses of administration.
Andi the very language of the' act im-
Iplle the' l other disbursement required the sanc-
tion of a ietgitlative amendment, such
P4 wIs performed by the act itself.
Then this editor-champion proceeds
to declare that foremost among which
are the reclamation and drainage of the
swamp and overflowedI lands. This
brilliant idea he got direct from (;over-
nor Proward's numerous publications
on drainage, and it is only fair to say
that G(overnor BrowardI actually and
honestly believe's it hinimseIf; but it is
also na only fair beat the truth to say
that hI, ha.s hi.en grossly misled and
badily advismdi. The internal improve-
nwint. act eof Ir,55, which hE' claims as
his authorityy, directs thil trustees to
" e'ike sutchi arranrge'mn.l (not "pay-
mi'n m") foer lhe drainage, f the warnp
,irNl overtnlwed lands a..e in their judge -
if'nt lmay hm' noe t advanlitmUe., to lthI
1. I Kuind. (',in they show that the
rec'kle.'s ex'mnditure of the' moneys of
the fund for the mere commencement
of a draage sc'hemne which niust cost
in:iy rillioins of dollars nmore than the
Iruiis-leIe, aie evr likely to receive ceon
limitss suiihi an "arrange'nte'ns'?"
F',r fmiire than fifty years the wise
eli Id fitilihfuli men who an state officers
lulav adininistered this law havt inter-
pre'l these words : meaning andi au- I*hI "arrungerymentm' involved
in the, nurnei'rosiiH ainatge contracts
which they have made from time to
time' with private individuals or organ-
izationiis giving a moiiiety of the lands
r.clainie'd to thos.ue who reclaim them.
Noit lmce', in all that long periti ha
any Ieiard, or aiy nyc'mle'r thereof ve'n-
tutred to construe' i(' lanigKuae of the'
art otherwisee. For the present legal
uilvise'rs of the' triistee to invent arnd
inlduic' them to accept the new and
starlling, and r'vhlit ioi,.'ry theory that
the trt iee4 ('n di,, what they please
with Ihi' imoney..4 of the fund, without
iactvromntiility to Iit legislature or the
people, and indirect and defiant viola-
tion ofi a statute is something little
ehort of advi inir' them to deliberately
'onalninit a fraudulent breach of the'great
truat repoImt'i in I hemn by the' terms of
th' and'l l the' frraees a t wIpeople
S natei .Jloint Jr-,olutiion No. :Nri:

$ 7.0,0u0

't '1410 (of el e411.0 1K#-MIf;. III if I H irivI ljeitiot re'4ge tieifl;propos'~ing ;tit
4)11.1.111111 g 1011111114 1197 1 14) :11114,114 e itie tet14 1A nit it-le If i44t thof'ontI
I I II-1111ig 4 c -iree iC'N t II,!ot11 1424, oho 0h iiiiii ttthe h i ~t 'e to IFloridla re'latinig
too fl iv likmagt% 1~*re'clarnixt it e nd iin-l
tigeleeleM.................S X4,816 ..1 md h,.., tl creantio'n 4ofBoard of
I )r,4eii.i 1, e'4 II e'11e1mio4n4'rs4 presceribing
Add 16 ~,e'. ee'~ for r. iii,8'90 it, p- we'rs 'doti eitie4. auut htorizing t~he
Ad( II or en fr ((i ISellah hi'eI ie .et4-f dauinage ilimtrIictx. a
11nisl.-v, y.* H',mI4O. tlimi 41 iikingor)1raitli.
tracie. r et proie il..........$ 1., ~ .4~, e iL $and re s r'ervo~irs tfor pur-
- 4 I. ..r eiJallel-, Irrigiat 141ion andeconi-
$669,786 roie'. fit-e'jiMse''44iIme'nt (if11111dm to lot-
edritiie'tl. r4et-. lami'4i.- rnjireiv.ed and 1E'lt'-n
Th'le Iv'ig h (if t ime n'quir.'d ftor thlo eed lY nie'nti he'reee the#- colIlection
work isomildlet ee:titi ultithm, thu I jisit lif ?ne'e"'M1surv I 111141$by amset..ame'ntm 44
beut1 I,) 1I~e.ei 1441, andI providing for
cesnpli-i~e n14 anilhle evvvry 5* % *ii i15V5. 1-p It v-vnrn i41li''Il4'i1 and inaintenat,'Ifh'the're'-
Ttiv 11114-k hlied rexmeeing w4 ,itle nt 14b Le 41 1.1441 teet \ 4rvise4f'4t he' right 4ofem-
oli-ii~deitIV, Sw the, 111 4lvit i e' xe'iv~ated Iite'i Ien llinumi:, Itodl14for the' soite find 1154'4
noer fit-he' hit f the' Ie' e'e'o'timlel ho0or444t( ia-e 4 rm. the' uritisem fifeM ldrin-
eatill 'el for t he, fite'lflg. ti 1141the%' 20, 5 siagu r aiig iiclanvti imw,'el leiet owth
4'4'IMIM N-AI411111 14114t1 oPeriIltL145 lands with-
uptiute ~otil vicrin the Sthelf',cit Floridla.
thveI wit,'rhi oo' eeew itig iame'ndme'nt tocinArticle'
X V~I cit the I' 4 44t itutiomflof I ht'State' of
The very Best Remedy for Dowel F~loreidalo1t4':and4 it in hereby agreed to
Trouble. sand eMIMuI lolee' eumitte'd to) the e'ector's
Mr rWN F'. 1u14148off lIem. l1ft4fold4ani ttei Sell f)1theStatf', ut the re'neal elect ion, to
1,11iii a.4- re'M.leit if Illutften, 11141 n. pta',. be'-heldiont cnIhe firmt, Tueseday after lb.'
"I rvigirel I 'liistiniuee'l~eitin'er 4 41 4, 1CholeIera firml Meentila, in No)vemTberl. A. 1) 11011(t,
mdI hice Iarihee lmit 'tieiie'nev its the very lse'.4t fo, feifiratitoe'et 4411 rie'jet'tionl.
1*eii1e'ely ffir ~ol 'weI irb41).'. I mak'e this Se't lion :1:21. The' ;evernor. the Ceimp-
mltite-usif'l afte'sr hlvi~lg uaee'eI the' rv'Mealy trlle'r. the' State Treamare'r the Attor-
fit mty family foar ee've'risl -yeur I am1 ney-Gene'rsil sit the Comminsslerer of
nvver without it." This rempqdy is al- Agriculture o.f the State of Mlrida, and
most o1 iurI' to e nIikl ee'le'el wore tht, plum- their succenaeeirin office. are hereby
nuor in over. Why noteetby It 111OW Anid Con'stituted And desiFatMd as a oard
Ise ;ere-par#e'e tier'mtlth an On Ma~ ?of lDrainage COwtmmimloers. anid are
Fer seittle. b all1 druggists. hereby authorized and ewnpnwcred to ee-
-tablish A ay ntem of canals. draina,
Sunitarv l'leamblng insure's good levvv", dikes atndl resrvois of such di-
he-alth .1444-Phillilpa6Simpson. 14-4* mPI'lie'In"and depth. as. In the Judge-
Mont of naid Ittard of Drainagfe Comn-
11111kD=miminamerse. iieiedeemed advisable, to drain
andI re-elaim the awaff ipad oveOiweBd-018
RE 4kft~v~g land&swithin the State of Fhurkb or
such parts cor portions thereof as is

I ~~~____ _~~ _~~

and that he is really endeavoring
to spend the people's money
(while the question of ownership
is being fought out in the courts)
to increase the value of the now
almost worthless lands so that
the railroad company might profit
when the question of ownership
is decided in its favor? Don't
you think so, fellow-voter?
New CMM tza-ipr.
J. B. Waterman, of Watertown. 0.,
rural freedelivery, writes: "Mydaugh-
ter, afflicted for years with Lim-,
was cured by Dr. King's New Ie b.
She has not had an attack for over two
years." Best body cleaers and life
giving tonic pills on earth. L e, at aU
Subribe ts.o *Te Tw Deat
Satbsertbe to The True Demerat.

defense bmt by saiMbs o t
top de for ( it irriadM othe
bodb roaiM d m e>* -seMA
canals, drains, levees, e sad i Mn-
vole in sueh maner a will be .m. -
vantageus to the territory so
the State of Florida, iti i l*qt- and
the commerce thereof.
Section 88. That the Boardof Drain-
age Commissiopers are
ized and empowered to ablish drain-
age districts and fix the boundaries
thereof in the State of Florida. That
the Board ot Drainage Commissioners
be and it is authorized and empowered
to prepare a list or lists of all the all.-
vial or swamp and overflowed taxable
lands within such drainage district or
districts, and levy thereon an acreage
tax not exceeding ten cents per acre
per annum to be fixed annually by said
Board of Drainage Commissioners, and
the various tax assessors of the various
counties embraced in part or in whole
within such drainage district or districts
shall receive such list or lists and enter
the same upon the tax rolls of the coun-
ty or counties in which such lands may
lie and the amount so 'levied by the
Board of Drainage Commissioners in
such manner and form as may be pre-
scribed by the Board of Drainage Com-
missioners from time to time, which
amounts shall be collectedby the vari-
ous tax collectors of the counties where-
in such levies have been made as other
taxen are collected in accordance with
law, and pay over said amount collected
to the Board of Drainage Commission-
era. Said Commissioners shall have a
lien superior to all other liens upon the
taxable lands in any such drainage dis-
trict, to be enforced by tax levy, for
the cost of any work done under the
provisions hereof, or done, prior to the
adoption of this amendment, under the
provisions of an act of the Legislature
Ipamed in 1905.
Section 34. That the Board of Drain-
age Commissioners be and it is author-
ized to exercise the right of eminent
domain in the condemnation of land for
the location of its canals, drains, levees
dikes and resevoirs for the purposes a-
foresaid, and may enter upon, take and
use such land as it may pending con-
demnation proceedings deem necessary
for such purposes, and in ascertaining
the compensation to be paid for such
land or right-of-way, benefits to be de-
rived from such drainage shall be con-
Stidered by the jury.
Section 36. The legislature may pro-
vide for the assessment of benefits de-
rived by lands by reason of such drain-
age, and the collection thereof; the pro-
c'red( therefrom shall be paid to the
Board of Drainage Commissioners to
be used by them for such drainage pur-
poses. -
ILet's drop all technical ques-
tions as to the practicability of
successfully draining the Ever-
glades, as to their value to'the
people when drained, and even
as to whether we need these
lands badly enough to increase
our taxes for this purpose, and
discuss a phase of the question
not re(fuiring technical knowl-
edge, but which may be under-
stood by every taxpayer and citi-
zen: 'Ihe I. & N. Railroad Com-
pany claims the Everglades as a
grant to them by the Florida
Legislature. The Internal Im-
provement Board claims that the
legislature's grant was without
legal authority and is void. The
question of ownership is pending
in a case before the courts, and
will be decided solely on laws al-
ready enacted. Who owns the
Everglades? Who will own them
after our money has been spent
to drain them? If the railroad
company wins its suit, then every
cent invested in drainage will go,
along with the land, to the rail-
road company. Do you want
your money spent improving
property which you have no sure
title to, and which may finally go
to this corporation? If we drain
this property, is it not business
common sense to wait until we
are sure who owns it, the State
or the railroad? Governor Brow-
ardl has claimed that the anti-
drainage movement and all its
argument. were in the interest
of and prompted by the railroads.
Might we not more logically claim
that the Governor's high-handed
efforts to force this drainage on
an unwilling citizenship was in
the interest of the L. & N. Co.,

Ao"moxwAenader 1 3- rench, Y.A. 8hbulerao
Newport, rM. C. A.Cay of Talhbasoesa, M
W. 0. Soamem.

NQT *hl 0 NOW" ?I O ALLCUM),

esewis wil hebie fm w hmS. 1i list
AtlmIN s WOuR~m.Saanof teC e
Maow b h wa m fubw% oa"

Phand the hr sr Me
Misty l fvitng Seyast
and thei su a t

amount e the uud ,s
by Governor Broward, hi Bad, ad
their etside baehers and, avisers, it
may be nieansa of a tlig them out
of the worst o a se at wf ery igh
Satu dignitaries ever got themselves
into, and help prevent their continuing
digging theirofficial and political graves.
Sentiment is fast growing agabst'them
and their methods, and what a relief
something like Mr. Clarke is trying to
accomplish would be, should it mate-
rialize. Read his bill:
I*A bill providing for the use of $83,-
000,000 of the money that would Ather-
wise become a part of the reclamation
fund for the drainage of certain lands
in the State of Florida, and for other
it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the United
States of America, in Congress assem-
"That $3,000.000 of the money here-
after arising from the sale of public
lands, and which, under the act of June
17.1902, would otherwise become a part
of the reclamation fund, may be used
for the purpose of constructing a suita-
ble and comprehensible system of drain-
age of the lands known ast The Ever-
glades,' In the State of Florida, under
the supervision of the Secretary of Ag-
riculture; Provided,That all the expense
of such construction, including salaries
and the maintenance of works for a pe-
riod not exceeding ten years, shall be
assessed against the lands proposed to
be drained in proportion to befits,
said assessments to be levied and the
money to be paid in not to exceed ten
annual installments, under such laws
and regulations dul enacted b the
Legislature of the i tate of Florida a
in the judgment of the President of the
Unite d States shall be ad ate to in-
sure the repayment to the United
States of all money expended under the
terms of this act: Provided further,
That all money derived from such as-
sessments shall be paid into the treas-
ury of the United States by the said
State of Florida, and when so paid shall
be covered into the reclamation fund to
be used under the provisions of said act
of June 17,1902: And provided further
That any money paid in by the said
State of Florida in excess of the total
amount paid out by the United States
when the said works are completed, in-
cluding the maintenance of the works,
shall be returned to the said State of
Florida. _____
Made under Section 36. Chapter 4116.L ws of
Florida howins the amount of taxes charged
to the Collector of t on county, Florida
to be collected for the current year 120, snd
.th apportonment of the -ame to the serial
rund. fe which such taxes have been leied:
TotaiTaxYear 1906- - ..... 87.44
Amount paid to Juno let. 106W...... .. I1
Balance. -. ,622.66
General Revenue 7,734.56
Ain't paid to Junea It. 1906 2.10.62
Am.t Paid to June lot, 1906. 4.90.23
S ---- 13,139.06
Pa.1 1.341.00
Am't paid to June let. 106. 1.261.00
-- o.000
PIre andl Forfeiture 3.877.18
Am't paid to May sat, 190 1061.76
Road and Bridg 2.678.18
Am't paid to ay lit. 1906 701.17
6--- l77.0
Special School. District No. 1 3.M1.27
Am't paid to May let, IW 1l 89.23
... ..... ... -- 2,97r0.04
*.. C M.e.6
Attests H. T. rFa .sL
Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County Florida June
lIt, IsM.
sberiur's sae.
tionW iued out of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for the
county of L.on. in a certain cause peadinl there.
in. wherein Alfred Golden is plaintiff and H. M.
McCormick is defendant. I have leviled upon and
will .ell at public outcy before the ecuity s ourt
houae door. in the city of Tallahassee. in aid coun-
ty. to the highet bidder for caah. on the lad day
of July. A. D. IWiS between the hoou of It o'clsk
a. m. and 2 o'clock p, .. the undivided one-half
Interest of H. M.. McC riek in and nto all that
pat of lot No. 4& in the northwest eddiios of
aid city, d .crthed as follows to-wit: Bsrining
at the northwmt earner of sid let, run thenee
-ut 6 ftet ad six inche, thene south IS fet
and nine inches. then west a feet aid sAx inches
and thene* north lI ftet and nine inches to the
place of beinninir. Puachals to for deed.
14-6t Sherieff oSa County.,
Notice of PrnbitUatem.
IDsPArIrIlmT or ie nrwaseo,
LAeND OrWc AT OAm.vILL., PLA.. }

make Anal proof in ipport of hia ei.sad that
mldp'pnwo will be msde byaw 4*I CIrte 0(rt
at Tallahase. Pin., on June ML1 t5l. vi:
R. *. Wlaey. aa Ouardlan for the hi*ra( Man
A. Ada*a, d of T -. ..
to7ilfort 8t oe NE & a Nh ofSK k' t. 8..
He mase the following witaem. t proe his
continuous reaade*c* upon and curthvalion of maid
laud via:



Rebuilding Sale. Rebuilding Sale.

On or about July 15th we are going to make some change in the interior arrangements of our store and have decided to inaugurate a


Beginning JULY Ist, Continueing for ONE WEEK, we will offer


In many desirable articles. Will name goods and prices next week. Remember the date


DUVAL BROS, Tallahassee, Florida.

THINK OF A DAILY HERE. Panacea. June 14.-On the morning I The Tallahassee Base Ball Club met
Miss MiriamChoate is visiting friends O of the 12th we arose, after a blustery in the city hall on Monday evening, with Character and Scope of the Florida
at Jacksonville. night, to witness a runrise so nearly President Mcntosh in the chair. Cllee for Wee at Talla
Joe. Gray, of Ashmore, was in the Now Come Forward and Help Us clear that everyone thought it was go- Challenges had been received from soee o Wo.eo t Tlhe Flria .
city today shaking hands with his many Give Toen as Upto-Date Daily. ing to be a pretty day for fishing, but Monticello, Lake City and Gainesville he catalogues of the Florida Female
friends. within a couple o hours a squall burst for games. They were accepted, the C.olege are now being distributed
Miss Olivet Head, of Thomasville, is The Tallahassee True Democrat is one upon us which developed into a regular dates to be arranged. throughout the State. This prospects
is ive o ha ths ofthehottest propositions, ina news gale by 9 o'clock. The wind was rom A reorganization of the teams A and s a nat booklet of 12 pages and set
visiting relatives in Tallahasse- this paper sense, in the State. It is edited the northeast, and, though it was time B then took place, because some of forth the many excellent advantages
week. with exceptional ability and hits from for a falling tide, the water continued one team had been clipped off by the which Florida has provided for her
For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T. the shoulder. When it becomes a daily to rise untiT by 10 o'clock all the walks, -bosses" refusing to let their employ- girls and young women.
Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 35-tf it will make Rome (the administration) sprin s, wharves, etc., were covered ees play. The squads were chosen as The faculty is composed of twenty-
Mr. J. P. Roberts, a prominent citi- howl.-Gainesville Sun. Short after the noon hour the wind follows: one able men and women, and the insti-
zen of Tallahassee, and his charming John Collins, of the True Democrat, suddenly shifted to the southeast and Club A-Puleston, Jacobie, Hancock tuition maintainsfoureollegeorchools,
bride, are sojourning at Suwannee.- contemplates the establishing of a daily -for about-thirty minutes it blew at the Mann, P. McDougall, C Evans, Cooks, as follows: The college of liberal arts,
Live Oak Democrat, 9th. paper at Tallahassee. Here's hoping rate of about sixty miles an hour. It Watson, J Costa, Hollis, Shackleford: in which all of the advanced branches
Phillips & Simpson's Plumbing Shop him much success if he should decide to was practically impossible to walk Lane, Kellum. Scott. of a high college course are taught, and
and Show Room opposite city market. undertake it, for the State capital cer. against it and very difficult to keep Club B-Hamlin, Gramling, McLin, degrees conferred; the school o indus-
14-tf tainly is the place for a good live daily one's footing standing out in the open. Elliott, Mabry, VanBrunt, Holloway., art. where instruction i given i
Mr Frank E Cramer is home fom -Bristol Bee. Nothwithstanding all this, very little A. McDougall Clark, Bvrd. Hutchin- cooking, sewing, ardening andhouse-
the Stetson UniversityofDeLand, Fla., Mr. J. G. Collins of the Tallahassee damage was done. In fact there was son, Meginniss Cramer, A. Perkins. _h h oyo u lor teacher,
where hespent a very happyear He True Democrat, desires to start the none of a serious nature. Most of the Games will be played every Wednes- w our young women my be
returns inthe fall, entering sophomore. publication of a daily aper, now that boats were driven ore, but not dam day at 4 o'clock p. inm .., and it is ear- ifor te h hest eciency in the
rs L ue McIento, so po the daily issue of the capital has been aged at all. About fifty feet of the neatly hoped that the public will co- .pubc school service; the schoolof fine
Miss Louise McIntosh, of Quincy, suspended. It seems to us that Talla- walk out to the salt water bath-house operate with the club in promoting an ars, embracing instruction in all
was in Tallhassee Saturday. She in- hassee should have a good daily, and was carried away one one side of the athletic spirit in Tallahassee. branches of music, such as history
tended to go to Lanark to the ball, butBro. Collins, judging from what he has end of the walk running out from the theory, voice, piano, vialin, pipe organ
the train beings late. she returned been doing with the Democrat, is the oyster house dropped down three or If our stomach troubles you do not etc, drawing and painting, clay model-
home Saturday night with her father, proper man to put behind such a ven- four feet. The greatest damage was conclude that there is no cure, for a ig, designing and carving, and elou-
Hon. W. K. Zewadski has selected ture and he should experience no trou- caused by drift settling around the great many have been permanently tion, oratory and physical culture.
Springfield, Ill., as his future domicile, ble in securing the necessary backing sprnge and walks as the tide com- cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and It s quite certain that no State in
and will move there before long. He at the hahds of the progressive citizens menaced receding. Liver Tablets. Try them; they are cer- the South has provided superior opor
will continue the practice of his pro- of the capital city -Tme-Courier. About 2 o'clock the wind got around to tain to prove beneficial. They only cost tunities for the best and hhest evel-
fession.--Ocala Banner.. r rir of the west. and in an incredibly short a quarter. Sold by all druggists. opment of her women than orida has
The Tampa Tribune says: "Look the olnlinas etoeand poprietor time the sun was shining and the water How many citizens of Aucilla desire donein this college. This is as it
like Tallahassee would be too small a transform his journal from a weekly faone rapidly. Bof night t were all an open saloon in that town? Would should be. The best s not too good for
place to hold Claude L'Engle and John into a daily, provided the business war- nd most of t boats were back Waueenah like one Has Llod an our girls. Women more than men, ex-
pa toodludee d.thebuie wa-nthewaterariknlgeassserenelyesaothoughonm N. ercise the greatest influence uepn so-
A. Graham at one and the same time. rants it ow, are the business men of nthi had happened.though kering for a licensed saloon. No city and citie n fluence upon sosi
L'Engle is to move his paper there, and Tallahaasee going to allow that city to i Theotel and nearly all the privateSoAs n you a el, then good neigh cpesion of the co
Graham will answer roll call in the .indfor lack of a good daily g we cb e wt bors, kMnd neighbors why sympathize leD urn the first s.esso of the col-
House next April. Ifthearetheo cottages were comfortably filled with with Monticeo? Why should we de- ut closed, there were 205 young
House next April. per If they are, the old assertion tat people from the up-country, and all sire what you refuse t have? Why women, from as many as thirty-seven
17 pounds Sugar for $1.00 at a more live and progressive city should seemed to be amazedthat nomoream have we not the righuse to nave wouny counties of the State in attendane-
Tallahassee Mercantile Co. be the capital of the State will be re- age was done Many of them had help usW reject that which tyou would not tru.a goo sowg for the first ear.
An exciting game of base ball took newed Stand square up to Collins, and never been on the coast before, and it have for yourselves? Moiticello News The new catalogue will be sent on
place on We nesday afternoon between he will do likewise for you and the city was a novel experifnceforthem-really rs Ar h ontc k plication to the president or secretary
the two teams of the Tallahassee Base Jacksonville Metropolis enjoyable in some respects. Mrs. A ( Spiller has gone to Jack o the college, at Tallahassee
Ball Club, resulting in a score of 9 to 3 Tallahassee, the capital of Florida, As the large drifts of seaweed, grass sonville for a few days. She will re-
in favor of the "Reds." of which Chas. should have a good daily paper. It and trash came floating along the edges turn home the latter part of the week. iahlers' -a"tiniAg la Atla.
Puleston is captain. ought to be possible to secure support various kinds of sea fowl were seen to Walter Taylor has at last been grant- Hun George W. Saxon, President of
When your plumbing needs repairs, for such a paper. If properly conduct- be taking refuge on them, and some of ed a conditional pardon. All the Florida the Capital City Bank, and Captain
'phone No. 80, Phillips & Simpson. 14 ed it mignt have a number of sub- the young men put on bathing suitsand press boys (and girls, too) at Ocala re- George dward Lewis. Assistant ash-
ThecommencementexercisesatGrant scribers outside of Leon county. The had great sport catching them Rahb- cently were hoping this would happen. icrofthe First National Bank, of this
University showed a very prosperous proprietor of the True Democrat is bits, too, driven to the hills by the wa- He has been a much persecuted man. city, this week attended a very profita-
year. The address to the graduation talking of giving the State capital such ter, were so thick they could Le picked Lake City Index hie and pleasant meeting of the Florida
class was delivered by Bishop John a paper. "neat, up-to-date, clean, up with very little exertion. One thousand dollars cost or six Bankers' Association in Atlanta, and
Tiert, of the Methodist Church, South wholesome and morally upright in char- A force of hands are already engaged months imprisonment is the fine the Tuesday the association elected the fol-
There were 4 graduates from the Col- acter' Tallahassee has never had a repairing the little damage done. circuit judge gave those convicted at lowing officers:
legeof LiberalArts 39 in Law and daily answering fully this description; It is understood here that everything the last term of court in Leon county President. (Gorge I). Munroe,Q uin'y;
inThee of LibraArts, 39 in Law the True Democrat, under the editorial in the water at St. Teresa was blown for running "*lind tigers This will first vice-president, F. W. Hoyt, Fer-
in Theology. management of John G. Collins. has ashore. At (arrabelle and Apalachi- have a tendency to make the "**linl nandinu; second vice-president, George
If you want Hay. Corn, Oats or any been a weekly of that character, pre- cola. it is said, very little harm resulted tiger" l' unipopulr in Talahnas E Lewis. Tallahassee; third vice-presi-
kind of Feed Stuff. go to Tallahassee eminently so. We hoe the True D)em- from the storm, see. We would like to se(e **"!ind dent. (George VW. Allen, Key West;
Mercantile Co. They are headquarters. ocrat wil i5sue a daiiv edition. With The summer season is on now. almost tmger" in Live o)ak give up ~l.*I.I| andl fourth vice-presdent, F. T Monroe,
The Summer Normal School for the great ability Edlitor Collins has in full blast. There is no longer any go to jail for ix months l.ive (ak ()cala; fifth vice.-president, John Trice,
Teachers opened Monday with an en- shown in the weekly edition. the daily opportunity for anyone to get lones-onm,. I)emocrat. Tampa; s.cretary-tr,.asurer, George H
rollment of 4.5. Others have been corn- would soon acquire. influence, it's they go of'into the woods alone And, it came to ,, ,a that after h,. had I,, eSauni sur J'er Jacksonill Exeutive T.
ing in each day since that time, until sledge-han,rm.r blows at ,.tial extrav- Mr. Hall is building a new whnrf at advertiseI hl. g,,, thir. c'm, unt' Inha A. h c lerry ; Jacksonvrille; T.
now there are many more students in aance would make it .. ( ot' the leaders his Rock Landing i, la;i' h'm Lrreat multth. ar.tln,, ,dt ,n *nham. J ck Trnville ; ETampa. and JohnCrill
the school A B ( lark. S. A. Sanborn of the State pre-s. Trme--'nion .Ne.w walks hlav. I,...en built to all th,. dd ,buy good, 'f hi,, .ni wh.,, h, 1. 'itk;* J .n T ugus Tampa and John
and Thos Hancock ate enrolled among Th.e p1 [prietor of the TIrue I)emcrat springs. its members. prop< -, to go, t h | opif ,'f Talla- There will lie three and ; erha! s four (am''ng thetv elv vi',. *H u.' l i ,.i, k, T ,- '' '~, Ar.. cit.ion may have its
Miss Grace Cramer. daughter F W (.'ramer. p; .tri ff the F'rst Bap- c-lear, whole-n.e ar.i n-(iai'lv upright lr t es the sail boat. This will ,.fnal ,,idI ab,,out ,olr ,.,,r'?" And .l e *a . t" A, e i" t..',! At I Ambaama State Bank-
tist Church of this c(ity., ard who grad.- in ch. rafter A fe vw of thie- quali. all parties to g't out !it all timt .- d. l ir- unta ,, th m: "In thit s f(a t *ge. ,,i pu i- A.- '- uated at the John B Stetson U'nive\ sis y cat;, r,. the defunct lailv <' alital d:d ablt * arl L'stle it is i,-,er fr a cirI,.l to Found
of DeLand, Fia.., May th. rece vmn not; I '.-se.. and that may be one reaont Mt. Airy. N. ('.. June III. i (i<. ,i.t.r the eve o a ti r. t.ll than f,.i a man l, 'nn.
the A. B. degree, left for ( hie,,to on 'why it went hence at the teriter ahg o, E'itor True Dl)emocrat.Tallahas ee. la t'o lourrish ith'iut u;i.i\-r'i-nlg." r;x. ., alt,', ,-- i a- n I'n. with crown and
the 12th instant, where she will enter hvt '.ears Orlando Star. Ie,.ar Sir While. reading the True Rev. F \V. I rn-,r. pa'or, vi con- r '.r i~" ir..' wth eon ('an1 he an
tee hicago Ininver takat the sNe ro alt N Gibbs. [)en,,crat last night 1 noticed the head- du.t *ervn.t. So ia at t, i" ,' l'uP- l, a !.1' ng at th s','th e and y in g f rad
gree from that institution "-' Mr. College Bovy i{.hturo Homt,." A. tist church. I'i a m. arl 7 ", p t i is n, t,''..
mer convocation. August 31 Monday morning Mr. (. (;. Gil, s. an, I rei ,,f the h'vi whom 1 kn.w -, .dlrnin sul.j,.c. "How t' W, n .\.nr t, ,ti lr If you knew the value o(f (Chamber- aged arnd respected citizen of Leon we;l Hart.tield. itrnond, Hann o.-k. (hrist Ev, Fy-ing suljt-ct ixc'U-r-, To Remtd
lain's Salve you would never wish to be county. was crossing the and a heg go. Felkel. Sanhrn. I)cke.y, Evans,. anrd r Popular or section,. to H. ,,.L:n A n r',..l I* m h
without it. l're are some of the dis- Martin Townsend. had rented from him. others, and realized that they were so *hristiarn." Ii .le Sc.'ol,. l; AI, ,v t Mrs : .Me Imhougll 7f. r Suth
eases for whico it is especially valuable: who immediately picked up a large situated in life that they could return Junor la ,ti.t 'ni,o,n. 4 p. n. Senior H4 ,ul.vmrl .l .. o;u-h
Sore nipples, chapped hands, burns, stick and assailed im The injurines and enjov frinrs ard home aain. it B. Y. P l-, m Y,, wn ....

frost bites, chilblains, chronic sore eyes are serious, but not dangerous. and it made me a little home-sick. moft c rdha;y Nv wl.-,n,. I o,.. Mrs. Morg~an was up from Panacea
itching piles, totter, salt rheum and is hoped that Mr. Gibbs will soon be out Boys. or I might say, young men. ,e : Tue y ht, hetw.n and iituray bunes, d r eturnedeun
eczema. Price 25 cents per box. For again The deputy sheriff and several thankful that you cn return home and 12 iiclock, the lart ,n f r. and da yon es, ar returnedSu
sale by alldruggist others went out immediately to arrest still be able to b, in college anther l ,rs. Williani Suk. The little fellow ,-n N. A llitch wao in the city the
by a ithe n,-gro, but he had gone, taking year I am sorry tu, say that I cannot had been i-k all its life. The funeral e us
For Rost. with him a double barrelled shotgun o to the "Land of Flowers" this year ht ,lae Wedn e tidk all fts ferno. Th funeral ltter lart f last w k nd made us ast.
A comfortable 6-room cttae, wth and plenty of ammunition. A search am in Surry county. N. C working, True )em rat. withthe many frnd Mr. Walter er'ett has accepted
kitchen and bath room within 5 bcks was mode but to no avail. The negro that I may be in college next year. of the family, sympathize with then, lpo:it on with Mr 1). R. Cox in the fur-
kitchen and bath room, within 5 blocks is in hiding somewhere and had better Surry county is in the north central in"the takoir
of Leon Hotel. Rent $16.00 per month. remain there, for the sheriff and others part of the old North Stat, nd joined mr the taking away of their baby nature store foir a while.
Ntr tan j ne Suffer the little children to com,. unto We buy anything and ell everything.
Ao Gtowant him.mightybadly'. on the north by Virginia. I can see the me, and forbid them not, for o suth is iHe sure and see us before you buy or
HOWARD G Crs C smpte. beautiful mountains as they tower in the kingdom of heaven." sell- matters not what it is.

A. A. Herren. Finch Ark., writes: to the canopyof heaven. And I liev, Next Sunday, June 17th. at the Pres- Tallahasee Mercantile Co.
-| "Foley's Honey and far is the best to be where the Omnipotence of the bterian church, at 11 a. m Children' Miss Marcia May. of Quincy, is visit-
preparation for coughs, colds and lung Creator is so strongly manifested, that ay exercises will be conducted, and at ing Mrs N. N. Cobb this week.
Trouble. I know that it has cured co n- it is ins hiring and exhillrating to any 6 p. n. a sermon will bt preached by Hon. Jno. P. Roberts and bride have
SX smptiom in the first stns." You, one. Tho of you who -' oe to' Rev. Mr. di en, of Gretna, Ga. The returned to the city.
never beard of any one U *s Foley's college in the mountaias districts, I pbe is o ly invited to both. Miss Irene Herring has ec.. urged
Honey and Tar and not being satisfied. am sure are proud for having do"e se T Methodist, Sunda School and a tion with a railros mcomtay a
Sold byall dealers. But whether in theb* at hem M W om s had a very plst outing aekoavill. and left yesterday ast"
As is enos. or elsewhere. let's set eow n at tde alam k ay. up.. bet Dew dutie.
.M . ..r . r e te. .._ oo T I-" a n L a o s*--,o-d, y,. upo her now duties s.
1534 J p M ^. cs.. o t 1 3 10 top, and 4ot be contsted Mf < weh"- --. .....
s--MN n-year-oldr --' ge-l- -an reto.e ,othbem.. Mr. J. V. Cully, wbo is awa a
.0- ,0__ Will gentlegand roi70 5 _alu lie, withe to sate that .,M
i w im it e c.1 1 5 DW ill Wa cm e .- G o ry a t h is s to re wi ll

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JO3N 0. COLLINS. sblishek.
A contemporary wonders how Spain
can afford to have King Alfonso present
his bride with gems worth a million.
The question is irrelevant-Spain has no
voice in the matter and the Kin give7
what does not belong to nim. besides.
it ia all in the family and any American
should know how generous were the
McCurdys and McCalls. Indeed, we
cannot understand why anybody can't
be generous with othe. people's money.
-Times-Union. Just so, and as every
one can "see the point" and know how
to apply it, further comment is unneces-
sary. -- - -.
A Texas Wonder.
There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's
twice as big as last year. This wonder
is W. L. Hill, who from a weight of 90
pounds has grown to over 180. He says:
"I suffered with a terrible cough, and
doctors gave me up to die of consump-
tion. I was reduced to 90 pounds, when
I began taking Dr King's New Discov-
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(Continued from page 1.)
why, if this is the present limit' of their
purpose, they have started on a plan
which will flood thousands of acres of
land in and around Fort Lauderdaleand
on the Atlantic now dry and under cul-
tivation. and convert thriving settle-
ments into watery wildernesses?
Taking the single county of Dade, I
find that In 1901 the average taxes on
land for all purpose were about 3J cents
per acre. In fr02 this had increased to
about 4 cents per acre. In 1903 there
was a further increase to between 5 and
6 cents per acre. In 1904 there was a
reduction to about 4 cents per acre.
While in 1906, with this 5 cents acreage
tax for drainage purposes, the total
taxes on the land owners in this county
have increased to the enormous sum of
between 20 and 25 cents per acre!
There does not appear to have been
on the part of the Governor and his as-
sociates the slightest effort to ascertain
to what extent the imposition of this
acreage tax would inflict intolerable
hardships, if not irreparable injury.

ery lfr U IlIonsumIII'I, ougu i ani ,I i .o.
Now, after takin 12 bottles, I have I have stated that this work was en-
more than doubled in weight and am tered upon witkout per (if an.y in-
completely cured Only mure cough vestgation. The published plan of the
and cold ure. Garanteed by all drug- roposed canals, sx miles apart, from
ists, and l (, Til bottle free, 1 Tt:ke )Okeechobee south to the bay of
-" r lorida would, I am assured, necessitate
Quit-(Clairrm and lTowrship, Plats cutting through areas of rock from,
ailre now to he' swureld at this oflice'. to twenty miles long The as-t
,rtiori that this roerk is soft might lead
Subscribe to the True e m.rnocrat. a, uninfo,'red person to suppo-e that
- --" : it was about a easy to ldr'ilge it up its
MONTHLY IINANCIAL SIATEMENT, it wold be to lie a cake of frozen
butter I have be.i n twoor three times'
S.. the canal c't from the tlay of his-
Of the County Board of Public e'aynr into the Atlanti, ,e'an. ar'l see,
Intrtin th 1 mahine' at work idign ig olut
instructllo. lth, roek from the bottom of th- canal
Although the machinery is tif the latest
"l' r ,",",, .. Il,. M 1. '", ,' I r oot approved and efficient charac-
T', l .,,. i l,,i.,v T. eike,. i ,rk ',r il <( I ti, nothing struck i' more frrei ly
ir In r rn', Iftrin u'e w:th ple oo :, h ,r '.2. y l m or u
Lew 'itt to( P;hrotlia, %%I- ) rli'y III#- with y*, ttlfell-,I- lthat i the painfully tilow and laborious
lowi it nlizl flnari .ial lte'nient fr all ii (lch procesti of the work and its necessarily
rioneys rre'lvll, apprpiriatorltis rriade antd war- great expense I do not know if the
ralA. u) ,r the m,,nh 'rJen the it 'ay separate cost of this work has been
A (.A.P iwi.ATo, <,v tIbNTY N. k(kept, but I am quite. satisfied that it,
i UiatIn- Itrn .r, .e.uI lSt wiil be just as e, expensive to excavate i,7', 2 the ro'k in (Governor Broward's pro-!
2 lmonth a. itermiii posed canals an it has been to excavate
SWarrat. ,,u.ta.ul, ,, ih r' ,it the shhort stretch along the line of
date, .,,. ,l :;, this canal int the Atlano the Atlantic, and if this
I.,:f,.44 work has to be done through areas from
4 Warracto. ,utitaiiim n.. I,'t twelve to twenty miles loIng, the ('cost of
laf l r,'ortI i ." '1.l.1 th1 r'1<,0k work alone would exced(' the
5i. Tclai warrant. dira r, theIr
nirithi a.ll I.rr iif' h'.'rfit,I '; :! value' at present, or within any% reason-'
i ('0nh inhiail.sof i6.a.. er..i thim ah :lI. period of time in the future, of the
dt' (z entire :t,1MHMI,I(m l acresof lands that have
1,== been assesedl for thins drainage scheme
I'.x I'l'.N )rl'lI l. Such ieing the case. the etfectof this
WAHRANTM. PAl AII.N' .i' E1.A', I,.[ 'Iii.rainage tax, t I have several times
No,. T'', Si,.i A mt lIewfore charged, would amount to the
k4V J. W. Wi.l.i.,rriar '" tintcfiat ,tion of every acre of the land.
hAI C. A K ilth Ii" ,
W, I F'.Ininfea W h,Y ..nii I f tUXe4,.
i .t2 C rri. M. lrevr. l i "i f RAHI .1' AI)AD) ltl.AHi4E I
W r (itce E. tl-a.l, l,
144 Itor, i tl (euirriynt to the railroadI "bumaboo"
Wl. Joia K, llr..A0l F ruftisted l, (,ovrnir iBrewni d to preju-
7 ( dilt', th Ihi,' ihnintl in favor e if the
i4-k ('lalir" iltow.,, f, schemee. it In impirtitnt to call the at-
Wo'f, EK I,'" enti, of the re-nae r to tihe fact that.
Mwil Kat 1411li. ",",
WIk M lmnI. Ie Da. eexll 'x('e'pt th ti l'i .l- I a East (',lst Railway.
52 Ii. I'. wel,>.'tev 1 1," there is nrit a init e railroad company
NQ al A l er111. i an- ,
Wtil, LillaMm ith '* ,, 1,nceof th.' Fi ve,1't irl..'. (ino -rroal, the
Pe; i",lr.'-r'c ll., ll ..' vi ,A\tlhintic ( (,i st I.ine, hii s its .xtreorn
10 7 Ih1,ri .,i ,, tPlot :'.' ."iitlhrn l,,*'m nii n ,.- lit Ft. M yvt "rr Hi1a d
e41W' A ,tiralAt^h, ,o A s i h 1'l lii.v'.' to Itihli fifty or sixtyI m
' l. l II'MI I 't ,, I If r"i I,, re.i ch he Ih;ve 'rgl lroh-. These'
h71 'Ci4'. .^'All,"n' uii ,'i ,'il I1tils., li, the wa;y, tr'e -ittu-
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I niust n')lt : r ,. m ntult i that a
im li t.r f tI. uI,:.': e ii rd hias ex-
ipr'Fw4l tco mMe I,' i,,ri)i, (hat the act
of 1S5 wag. .t'i ,v. i, a1ti ht hfunder
this act thev \ r i' i amp Itl to do this
drainage W\,il'. ihl tlae lnA vers with
whom I have tcornvr-ol on the subject

ree teh the amtbority is only permit-
afre MMint uM Mdatory, it is well for
the public to understand the menace
which overhaoge them. Having f played
the baanc of the State agaust the
people la the dranae district as now
constituted, whe ths is completed they
will proe- d to establish another drain-
ae district, ad then play the people
of the balance of the State against the
people of this second drainage district,
and po on, until they have plunged the
whole State into drainage taxation and
conficated millionsm of acres of land.

f(0 SUCH ISL'E Now, brother, do not think that other
The supporters of Governor Broward will relieve our embarrassment without
in this scheme are arguing that at the your help, because nine-tenths of them
last primary he went before the people will think the same way: but just re-
with this project, and that they sus- solve to let others do as they will, "but
trained him by nominating him for Gov- as for me, I will pay my obligation."
ernor. I deny that there was ever any T"h 'ae
issue before the people of Florida in the t re arew
last canvass looking to taxing land people who know how to take care of
owners for any drainage scheme. If themselves-the majority do not. The
Governor Broward in his speeches had liver is a most important organ in the
even suggested the plan of taxation body. Herbine will keep it in condition.
subsequently adopted he would have V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas, writes:
been overwhelmingly defeated. His "I have used Herbiue for chills and fe-
entire argument during that campaign ver and find it the best medicine I ever
was directed against the claims of the used. I would not be without it. It is
railroad companies that under their sev. as good for children as it is for grown-
eral land grants they were entitled to up people, and I recommend it. It is
these Everglade lands During the en- fine for La Grippe." Sold by all drug-
tire canvass I cannot recall it being gists. *
stated in the press or publicly that he The primary on May 16th was unlike
had declared a purpose to tax the land those of former years in that it passed
owners under this scheme of drainage, off quietly and in a way which is very
If he had done so, instead of receiving gratifying to all who are loversof peace
the vote he did in the counties now con- more than discord. Then, too, a vie-
stituting the drainage distrit. an over- tory. in part, at least, was scored for
whelming majority would have voted: that class of politicians who believe in
against him, and he would have been a campaign free from graft and boss-
de-feated If this plan f f taxation had ism. The result of the primary elec-
been determined upon it was carefully tion in nearly evervcounty of the State
concealed from the people.. shows that,. if there were county rings,
( ONSTITL'TIONAL AMENfMENT. 'as was alleged hv not a few. they were
In my next letter I wili discuss the lukewarm, indeed -Gracevil lNfessen-
constitutional amen'ln,,'nt. ger.
AI.EX ST. C I.AIt-ABRAMS Two go(.d thingsM- your money and our'
(all and see our lin, of Plumbing geotls Let's exchange.
(;,Goo and Fixture., iLt' completeet. 14-tf PHILLIPS & SIMPSON.
14-tf PittLLIS & SIMPSON. Subscribe to The True Democrat.

Five-room Cottage on Clinton Street. I3f f L U
Apply to MissJ. C. Mleginniss. aaimelsl m ad iiMddea iMW

IM asMWshor ruse aN Meo Ptpe..
Brother WIM aeL of the GnwmvMt
Meeenr, giv the followlt rmeson
for missing an issue of hIe ipr:
"Theb f aiue to ot outtam-fthe
Meseger for the past three weeks i
due to loss of type setters; d the
failure to keep type ,setters was due to
inability to pay them wages; and our
inability to pay them wages is due to
your neglect or failure' to pay that small
amount you are due the "Mmenger."
So, you see, one man fai beeaue oth-
ers. uton whom he must deend. faiL

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and as thi- is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latest improved
.sanitary Voids. and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and according to the
rult*'s laid d vIwn by the city. We solicit your business.

Print and Prosper!

See John G. Collins About Your Job Printing I
Everything New and Up-to-date In Machinery and Type, the Best
Grades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us.
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The new Laxative Cures
that doe- tot gripe Stomach and Liver
or naeate. trouble and
Pleasant to .. Laxative FMllt }Syr Chron!c Constipation.

Economy Fence I *vrxra ae Jeff. D. Ferrell,
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me he!r> arpurcha ing.
I amn General Agent for
the aile of the Economy
Fence. and know it to 1w
the ver.vr

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15 centq a Rod.

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

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TN sIeUInI PaOPAIes er*nv -v
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See us before ou let your plumbing Fine stationery, half price, at R. J.
contract. PILLIPs & SnrPsON. Eva~s'.

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City Market,

Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 169.
Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very best
and cleanest the market af-
fords call us by phone, 169,
or visit our stalls in the

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TH -TR u Mqc5AT. Ms s. m-s. ic
Milsy m ae mtM eholau Y<
"a T of J.
Su carried oOut in a manner e c twMa WIe
U W*A3 91LATES. of Miss Edmomndo's scholars: Han
ob n rUaa ele -a. wa arah .A .....a s.........c.ChlLt BHI
o esM..Pof.... ................... Ca
W's e**a-'bow iehI've whstheiray es rM KinE dS sm3 Jeal .MayR Hobs. l
ot nw. alds. the shnce has passed, to coRumebyoa
aIw% Lade"^ andU there otdosth 1 PlwMa-R- Ca s.....arhart Ht
Fierto Miss e41 M1c9W .ets.
a, M tg. ea m e tb gw ma. w Ln r e. ,Ote La urn ctaAe..............erder date
T1herevew and dredges. they have T. MM eMIa Z l Op. 84 in h
heels them I deem S. Old Folks at Hme ...........Riekaby, Op. S19 USe.
From the sat that move by muscle to the ones rLiasle FermiL
that so by steams9 Dance on theLawn. Lichner. Op. 8 In
Therb iig sad lamenting by the dwellers IO. A ar Dance...... a. Op. 4N
in."^"?"!.!^.M. th.o= W. 0. Moore. To t
U th. 'cator will be "strictly on the 11. L Orne.......................Bobm. Op. To
Omer. Holloway. good
And every erawly. ereepy thing that wlalsa. I3. Polka e...................... .. .....B ak g
walks or wades ulak tes. O at pi
Will fnd itsoccupattiongone. when Broward drains 1&. polka Brlllant. ........... v on R-elt. at p
the 'glade s tI4 Hllarity a h... . . N.ero I In
Old ocean will be feelihn fresh. and also mighty 14Mim r M em. Christine Wkdlman.
The. d Napoleon pulls the plus, and bids the 15. MaI c Shottl .......Goder lot
water get." 16.Ss ernmachti..............SartorkOp. 30Were
He has led himself to do t. Oh. what a fight Miss Edmondon. LiSi Cureto.L
'tweoi on 17. Waltz ......... ............Streabog Ca
And behind the recedn waters. I can hear the 18. Old Guard Waltz ...................Hoist
advancing din Miss Edmondson. Pearl McCord.. Co
Of an army eager. anxious and muck-hungry. 19. Etude .E......d....... Diabelli. Op. 5
pouring In. Miss Edmondon. Newel Walker. Tu
It lybrlna a" r and skillet., they will 20. March.......... ......... .Lerman is nC
And lots of thln tofry. Newel Walker. i
Could be used to freat advantre whilst their 21. Sleigh Ride ....... Walter Club
claims are getting dry. Ruby Duval, B.sie Temple. Colice
Those landless, poor unfortunates, forever out of 22. Magic Queen Gavott ...... Goerdeler club
luck, Euiah Cates.
Will all get a farm then, and wallow in the muck. 23. Geburt's Tags-Gavotte ...... Behr a g0
Till fields of waving, juicy cane. so fair and green Miss Edmondson. Ruby Duval, Pearl McCord. chari
to see., 24. Through Fie!d and Forest ........ Vocel mount
Will furnish 'asses for our bread and sweetening Mary Liiu Frrell. Florida Frrell..Voel on
for our tn; 25. In Festal Array......... Engelmann the y
Tomatoes red and rampant, too. and ban-oh. Miss Edmondson. Ada Moore.
won't we Just 26. Andalusische Lied ............ Behr
Feed winter truck to Northern folks till they are 2Lizie Cureton. Do
fit to "bust." 27. Lizilietta..................Frans von Blon
And Yank to Yank will then remark, from Pull. Miss Edmondson, Bessie Temple. Caugl
man parlor shades, 2V. March .............. Streabog. Op. 75 ard'i
I swan, but this is mighty fine I this the Miss Edmondson, Mary Ferrell, for
Everglades?" Jennie May Holmes.
"'Tis very easy." so they say; "there'slotsof fall. 29. Buona Notte ..............E. Nevin and i
you know; Mary Cureton. and t
Just dig a ditch, then step aside, and watch the BMry-Cureton. and t
water flow." -- -
About the fall. I little know; but this. at least, I Walter Taylor at Home. write
mk:ht fll tht much t once, nd neve Mr. Walter L. Taylor returned home croup
break hi htneck. Saturday and has been receiving a most but I
Each rod of land will doubly cost its value to re* cordial welcome and congratulations is the
claim;from his hostsof warm personal friends ever
You know that ancient law about the candle and from his hosts ofwarm personal friends ever
the nome. at the capital. He leaves today for a
Them's lot of land available, that's better on the short visit to his relatives in Jefferson L
No need just yet to dispossess the vagrant Semi- county, and early in the week will re. Us4
note. turn to Marion Farms, near Ocala, Conn
Napoleon is a stubborn man-the 'glades are stub- where the owners and managers know on th
born too- name he my nd another him fully for his worth and manly qual- long d
Waterloo. ities, and who will give him a very lu- Cou p
But then, his "rep" is all he rsaks, and that is erative and excellent situation. The Appl.
nearly ni. managers of Marion Farms may rest 43t
For the public is the party who have to foot the assured our citizens appreciate the kind-
bill. assured our citizens appreciate the kind-
-D. H. Hunter, in Tropical Sun. ness, etc.. they have shown one of our
.. ...- worthy citizens whom unfortunate cir- I a
Phillips and Simpson. cumstances placed in their hands and clean
Visit Mr. Robert J. Phiilips' and Mr. many in this section take that kindness goods
Simpson's new plumbing establishment to themselves and will always remem- stored
and note how nicely fixed up and ar- her them with love May Marion Farms
ranged are they for sanitary plumbing grow and prosper until every living
and repairing. They have all kinds of person connected with it shallbecome
material and tools in their line for han as rich as the Rockafellers and may
dling expeditiously, neatly and cheaply the Ruler of the Universe deal gently Ap
any kind of work in their line, and are in giving good health to all their fami- Pohmit
carrying in stock, which is arranged to lies and also to unfortunates who come of ma
show to the very best advantage how to them to be made useful and better hasse
to select anything you may wish to con- human beings. 1,00
venientiv and inexpensively put in your ---T-------o .. .. wanted
plumbing connections. It will repay A Thousand Dollars' Wortk of Good.
you to visit and inspect their stock and **I have been afflicted with kidney
consult them when you need work in atd bladder trouble for years, passing
this line. Shey invite all to visit their gravel or stones with excruciating
establishment pain," says A. H. Thurnes, a well known M
.Outwits the Surge.. coal operator of Buffalo, 0 "I got no
Oetwill the Surgeon. relief from medicine until I began tak-
A complication of female troubles, ing Foley'sKidnevCure, then the result
with catarrh of the stomach and bowels, was surprising. "A few doses started
had reduced Mrs Thomas S. Austin, of the brick-dust-like substance and now I
Leavenworth,. Ind., to such a deplorable have no pain across my kidneys and I
condition that her doctor advised an op- feel like a new man. It has done me D
ration; but her husband fearing fatal $',0io worth of good." Foley'sKidnev
results, postponed this to try Electric Cure will cure every form of kidney or I
Bitters, and to the amazement of all bladder disease. Sold by all dealers. *
who knew her, this medicine completely .---.--.-.-- - --
cured her. Guaranteed cure for torpid State Ofcers Investigating.
liver, kidney disease, biliousness, jaun- Mr. H. S. Elliot, prominently con- C
dice, chills and fever, general debility, nected with the offices of B. E. McLin,
nervousness and blood poisoning. Best Commissioner of Agriculture, is among TP
tonic made. Price 50c, at all druggists. the prominent visitors in the city to-!
Tryit. ___ -___ __ !dav I .
Qulacy vs. Tallahassee. Mr Elliott comes here to ascertain
The gameof baseball between Quincy wh the census returns of Dade county Ut
and the locals last Monday was exciting were not made by H. F. Atkinson, who
sdtart to finish owas appointed to supervise and make.
from start to finish the return. Mr. Elliott states that he
Howard Carter. a Tallahasse egr will endeavor to have Mr Atkinson re-
Thhe gae s fr Tuesday wa once appoint a new census taker and
postponed on account of the inclemency earliest date possible. m
of the weather p f He says. further, that the absence of
The colored teams play fast ball. the returns from Dade county has caused
Cared of Briht' Disease. ith the Comptroller and commissioner r
George A. Sherman. Tii.-,,n Red Mil of Agriculture considerable annoyance
Large Ace hou mnty.N.Li w riite: M@ and trouble, as several attempts to get '
Lawrence county. N. f .. writes: I in correspondence with the ennmerator ,
had kidney disease for many years and the matter failed t bring a reply.
had vbeena treated th enaywcians for and it is to investigate all matter. o I
twelve ear; had taken a well knwnith the allure t r. urn the ,
kidney medicine and oth,-r remedies census of this county that he is here..--
that were recommended. ,ut g.t no re- Miami Metropolis.
lief until I began u.sing Fley's Kidney . i 0
Cure The first halt i',ttle relieved me Long Tennessee Fight.
and four M.ttles have curedl me of this .
terrible disease Biefore I be.garn taking Fr twenty yet.ars W I.. lawls. of .
Foley's Kidney (Cure I had to mak,. Bele.s. l enn., fought nasal ('atarrh. HL TI
. water about every hfteen minutes, dlay writ: "The swelling and soreness m-

and night. and passed a brick-dust sui side my nose was fearful, till I ibean
stance, and sometimes a slimy, uh.- applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the S
stance I believe 1I would have 'died if ;,,re surface; this caused the sorene( s
I had not taken Folevy's Kilny (urv .* and swelling to disappear., never to re-
:old by all dealers. turn liest salve in existence' 2.'
.. .. at all druggistt.

Let's se.e. Hon. W A awi- lie ed
in Tallahassee next to the home of the Cageo i Llvery Prices.
Governor of the State. He was acandi- Beginning on thl first day of .July,
date for the State Senate. made the 14#6i. prices will be i crease0Tor teams.,
drainage of the Evergiades the chief owing to advance prices in feed stuts
issue of his campaign, and was so badly and everything in oue lin as follows:
left that he has determined to wipe the" ." cents per day per lor e for any use
clay of the Capital City off his feet $1 I per day for dotIb. teams.
forever. Rawls wasa mighty good mar. J. S. Hot'sTrN,
S Claude L'Engle is going to move the 16-lm JosEr Dl r.Cs.A.
plant of the Florida Sun to Tallahassee ----- -----.. ..
and is bent on the Everglades drainage scheme. He had better have a care. Long (;rove Addition; separate kitch-
Folly and oblivion is no name for it en. good porches, fine well water, sta-
Ocala Banner bles. etc Apply on premises. C H.
*-^s-+ +-^Co--x-^- I Cox. It
Mr. J. C. Tr Ie pend a day or Cox. ...-- ..- ... .
two W"i l b Taoe m A.M. Suobcribe for The True Democrat.

u abhould ll at the establishment
. D. Cae, ppoite Maaoni Tce.pW
a In want of Horses, BuiWles, or

e carries the beet assortment of
lies in Middle Florida, which he
i at reasonable prices, and on favor-
terms to responsible parties.
is stock of Harness is new and up to
, and includes any and all articles
is line needed for county and city

Heavy Harness he has no rival.
turpentine and mill men he offers
is made especially for their use, and
rice that cannot be duplicated.
his Stables are to be seen as fine a
of drivers, single and double, as

Sever brought to this city.
11 on him and examine his stock.
ttages to rent. Phone No. 8. 46-tf
esday afternoon at 6 o'clock what
ow known as the "Young Men's
" met in the office of the Southern
acting Agency. The purpose of the
is set forth in its motto, "To have
od time." It began with twelve
ter members. Perhaps the summer
ths will be less monotonous now to
'oung people of Tallahassee.
Doe't l1 I
h't let your child suffer with that
h when you can cure it with Bal-
a Horehound Syrup a sure cure
oughs, bronchitis, influenza, croup,
pulmonary diseases. Buy a bottle
ry it.
B. Laughter, Byhalia, Miss.,
a: "I have two children who had
p. I tried many different remedies,
must say your Horehound Syrup
best croup and cough medicine I
used." Sold by all druggists. *
e the long distance telephone,
sections can be given to any point
e Southern Bell System. Public
distance telephone at Central office:
on ticket books sold at a discount.
y at Telephone office.
tf W. L. MooR, Manager
Warehouse Storage.
m now prepared to store in my
and dry warehouse any kind of
, furniture orarticle one may wish
d away for safe keeping.
Stf At Armory Warehouse.
Positlona fr Good nant
good reliable man wanted. GCojod
on and good pay for the right kind
n. Address P. 0. Box 464, Talla-
e, Fla. 14-tf
10 Chickens and 5,000 bushels Corn
ed by July 1st, at
Tallahassee Mercantile Co.

ainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces,
and Embroideries.
he Newest Material for
Fancy Work.

;opia Wools in
town, Saxony.


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

ral lahas-ee,




aning, Plumbing

eet-Metal Work

All work i i the line of
Roofing. (;i.t* ring. Spout-
ing. and .'-h> t-l1-,tal Work
solicited. Mid speciall care
taken t,, pl)taw' my pat-
rons. .

Reduced Prices.

We are now offering our figured

lawns and odds and ends of other dry

goods, laces and embroideries at greatly

reduced prices.

Have just received a good line of

ink and pencil Tablets and other Sta-

tionery, which we are selling cheap.




Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,

Monroe Street.

Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Prices and car-
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and Ladies
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty.
Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.

Cleaning and

Will carry in stocK for small men, misfit clothing made by Mer-
chant Tailors.
Come and see me before purchasing and save yourself money
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, pitch,
tar, etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. Price 25c.

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A Cup of White Mouse or iu*e Label
Noca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
gwol coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store. fam,,us Just as godx as the cot-
fee we sell art teas, which principle
holds wi'm, throughout our entire stack.
We m.VII nothing but the best of food
prNl ut.s th' o, we have tested our-
silves. arid ', can stained by til'iln.
.J W, ('ul l.I. CGroer.





Hot and cold baths unsurpassed. Good table. Good beds. Run-
ning water in every room. Bowling Alleys. Billiard Tables.
Telegraph and Phone connections. Well'eqtuiped stables. Shady
Pavillions. Boats, etc

17 Miles from Live Oak. on Live Oak, Per y &
Gulf R. R. Connection at LAve Oak with all T861a

umbing a Sp iity .A TEL, DOWLINO PARKi6P. A. u,.


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