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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: August 9, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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ITL O D er- poor and undemoira o ti'poli y4A identur have been perform issung State bonds only for the ,pur- could make the same offer upon the LtL FOR) PRIiAi R
S,-L A 1 .:- n^l~l],fore State of Floridla toabadoi t mlany. of .the most stirring an .pose of repelling invasion or sup-p same conditions, and it would be LL' lul .Ul
the entirely suitable State Pll oseevefidal, asts ii the- StAe's pot- i)re.ssilng insurrection, or for the pur- equally as binding. 'The State Con- -
S! which she now h Tallah 'caihistrjiry. Associations that pose of redeeming or refunding stitution does not allow a city or
el, B lM Ofl- M incumr:'an unee ary debt lway be regarded by Floridia bonds already issued, at a lower rate county to issue bonds for such pur- ri uIllle ID El
t l Over a- million dollar which will the noblest, proedest anddeareat of interest." pose. One of the cities entering the ni nmm
1 _iubll V U~l ear inOrest.-to libe pai' t ah'. ax-, the life and traditions of thAeir Stat0 The Constitution, itself, further race for the location of the Capital CoUi tte1
-- payern of thlState t ;a long trm governenticlster around the re provides that amendments thereto has come out fairly and squarely on ---
mHim LI K SlIiGiHT! "i l C of. years, just to / build a mOre im-. .ent Capital. -Can these scenes and shall be submitted only by the re- its merits without attempting to in- CO/ST Fo PnIDTAL Rtr imAil.
os 10 ing Capitol, whiicb '.uot:needed, Theeaociations al-o be remove by corded vote of three-fifths of all tie fluence votes by the prospect of u vn
Stplease a comparatively fqw people legislative enactment or-. constu' members elected to each House of cial aid, which would never become ----
It is Not the ShelTl e ,whowould profit-thereby.- dtional aend the Legislature,. and the adoption of available-. Suppose two amendments Prima y to be Paid by the. pective
1ag to Make ft Appear. Should. ,1006,000.0(r of State It is a',..fat o interest the amendment so submitted shall be to the State Constitution were passed Candidate for the. .
.. -c -bo .ndis .be iseqed, as is intended by .aud value to.'.e pile of FloriJa at by a majority of the electors voting by the Legislature, one for the re- ... e I-d-
Those citizens a -day of he reovali shall be done, there ti. mBe, tl i h.e St-tes-o the upon the amendments. If a plural- moval of the Capital and the other (, o ttee Jacksonlleocra, i tat
Florida, residing.in Tal asc.anot bes an.d-is not, anyd nial Atn ilsu4 eab witone itv of the white D)emocratic voters, authorizing the particular county or 1 ., tk --e, '"re, ativ.
well as every other section the thlat ftore these -2onds at aid exception ;M~ lusettil--hAt: e which will undoubtedly be less than city where the Capital had been re- s... ,'" .erea;, the, ,,ocrat
State, who are at thim o ip tired, another aG their.Stte ci lin. thie i a majority of the white Democratic moved, to issue bonds for funds to b.tte onention held in Jackson-
to the movement .the r be collected from .e tx-. d withthe same exception of. voters, at the coming Capital primary be contributed towards the erection n' e, .in i.g o" t h _th dlay o'
State's Capital from tT c*. ls o tforida "t ay 'intre i .theae~ api lace which is: not 'can force tle Legislature to pass an of a new Capitol building. both would une, A. 1. 1(0I, In. its platform
some other town, have e-to bond. -. the la the State. aniendmnent to the Constitution, fix- e v4)ted upon by the people at the a ously adopted, di.l ..Lr
explain to all the people Ao ThState Because the State ha very sml The reasons fr this are cleartand ing the Capital at some place other s:me time, and, under a decision of ,anlo r' ide for t latilon of al
plainly and candidly the gro de of public dtU Aioeaan iowh'v that weighty. Co~a to .sp'-eciallv m- than- Tallahassie, the same vote will the Supreme Court, loth would, can for Ol-,-, .th l ,t.' an
their opposition to .this cT redoubl~ southern c ipte are much morelertainl force an amendment to if adopted, bec)n et ive on t an o n
chief reasons against .le o r reasot-i liable to invasion '-epidemic dis.,1thie Constitution, proiding for thle the samie day, hence thie location of .a mari.,ty vote. ,. v-i,:
Capital now are: First, i is no owatrfr. -' .- e easesthqa towns. Ths issuance of bonds to erect the neces- thie Capital would be chang-el WoJre p. iry .jl,"-.a.T-h :
,-. ..,. i" a" ie lu lr .1the plo\ie- i i-* o g o1,A
..necessity or good easo f T ed -The peAtexcellent and gi-atif- fact nee&Aion 4to be f sry ul ing-s at thle new Caitatl. the question of 1)onls or no bonds l os ,
second, the tax-iyersof o can condition of the -State's finances appreciated bf'thepeople ofFlorida, "if one amendment can !,i: s- would be submitted to tlie people ,of shal lt. P '1e :I pos,.I ,,,-;
t e .o nd-tiy & S- r- id -.,I, -] :lnZa it t fr d, ] h.'"e-, "n a-
illafford the great addi onalexPee s extremely creditable. to the sev who hayw- vivid and freaoent r. e- red by thi- irregular nmtliol, such county or citv. This question ..:-",t trl e .".I..y, i,-..ln... .-
which this movement would pote eral Democratic administratioins,-minderg of the. visitatioiof felloww i teen a!l the safeuiian~s povi.l in would have to e submitted to thie l ..ea I (t[is it(" ",.. :
Supon~them. t whose consistent practice of economy -fever epidemics to the seaporttowns the Constitution are in ,lail)rer o'f electors of the counlItv or citv before s" h e :-,or
S It claimed that-thel t and opposition to every form of ex- -o- the state., Tallahasee's superior being destr(ovei lby a /p,/.,//ty vote the ha nls coal I. i-seI. Is it t ll, dalt thE St n .,.te
-State House 1h ace. bhe. travagancehave mdethissatisfactiosry .healthin'ee~aoiud dom from danger of a ,ai/;o, of the electors of ihi, reasionalle to ,!,1,,1e that, aftaT t tc the i '1 alp't-! ll tl,.l -, t;.,-a
Sot lorida are not ti bu d pal- ditlion possible. -- of epidemicehave long.-be2n recog- .'-te. -location of the ( :apitl ,ha-, .beeI ;o dl l ,).s-t;. the I), ,.. .
aces.- Itisnotdeniedtuta ber-If Floridahad been investinginhi nized and generally admitted. i Thter,. is another maler while, .u:u.ntly ntle, the l (pl. of tt *( 'uii t t he n.-. ..... -:,,
of other States, morie popv on dollar buildings,in handsome The desirability of having the seath s eirst brought to thed "ention of -unity or haiin"y lot rein 1t, Capitfr!t itt ot,. *,ttitnt :t ': i, ',o .-i tI-
wealthy orida,have
wealthy than h mansions and similar x- of State government away'from the iw people bYv a ).!.ank ii the< plht- Iri keen.lc at.d', wo,,tl vot. o,,,nl, 't ht, 't ,l.-, f
more imposing and handsome api- travagine Lrg .past years, does possible reach of a hostile navy if,-irm a.iopud 1v tiit )1cmoIcrtit them-clves t, a'-i.t in iutt;,, -i; a et.cltijh). !,,.-'r. .r :
tol buildings than ours. It nmply any one s w .-public debt time of war is equally clear-, aud has' .ate conventionn' of 1 :), involving ib Ii t-,_ a whi.-h -;,! 1>. i,, !,,- !, ti .
stated ns an ndisputablefacttatthe would no be only 1,0-2,.50(0t, or lbear prime consideration in dee.- i-* (t1h0er >ilt' i Xi"'.iit:ae ol n I,I. t r ani- ,, ',,i !',, -
resent capitoll in Tallasha -is a her taxes for Stite purposes as small ing a Sir ta to- i p ,h)i.lr rnust 1,, e I,.;,vi1i ,. )i,.,,- to r l ., h -" f I.i- ,vi.,.
large, roomy, substantial, saf. com- as-they are? . 'its well i"or. Ib- l ,ax-:i,,u t a i pr ', i,- ';. :' :
portable buying, sufficient i every Considering the present embar- ring the civil War alhl. "it' ta.',- ,
respect for all the needs 0of every rassei coudi.ton of- a very large pro- was one of the few iprtnp lakes \.u. o 'i I i : .
branch of the State government. portion 1 Florida' tax-payers, -" oida which n amies a .. ..,
In ilhs hum:duig no aanaae *nas wouldn't it h bett-p if they vnade serio -is but vaii eirs to -, -, """ '
vcr h;;pritm l to 'any of th ".,at' n ius i i : .be taxed further ': ; n" .; .
ecrcnlds r valiuables, and it is the account of -the S tate's i piw to Located in a i t -- 1 *
i ion ofintilycrmpetentperss apply the taxes collected to a l t erior tow"n, the u e .
that every ticlhty is there a worded stion and cancellation of that dtj!, ti ontit i o eo.Icials .. .fIe -,t, -*
for the anuidant protection of ther ,aiherthan to the support of.al i- 4 ruenti by it- : -, ,
W -, .
tat er crease in its a o nt I a sea';rt : : ..* .
The woik ot the several epart-. The present debt can noet be re- ci tv the e da, r ,d be t- ..; .. .: : '
me.ltsfs uvury one havig -ess -duced at any tim- in tf future un- reit-..y in sed : ,' a : ..
ldeaalins with them know, daily less a singing fid -- is-collecti-d to In a i.rge'-town, a-co.nercial a'ni ..-
trans:.tt-d without inc6inveniince or take up the bonds, This must be in cc.tre, thie mo-al infiuenese h-
S delay e 'thr officials or the people. addition to the other takes collected woull suiroin" both th e' chlative "
T r. hls Lben, afid can -be, com- for Staie purposes. No part of tie and anInitra.ive o.cers would be iL
plaint as to the manner in wch the public debt, evieed a .it forunca he, if, not da ero toAthe ,


.rkpol tbe Ps vrs ire not Tallahasee agetuiost the field but i( ii (>" d
in the riIsent State H1 souse. uV 1 at Iv tm. ,i 's, <,,, .... !ar,, iy exp r. )t, xj,. ,v,,t.. ., .. ; :. ..! n in t..; ,- ., ..
F r over twenty years thc J ")io- or tv- (1".l to -their aiual will bo a(-Pld I in iiit iti ui: i- K rtl s-ty of h Cap tal -li 1i- < :i -n l-t. i. 1 !.'| intiv lo't o 4t I
rat o Florida have en w is absolutely of ti il T il
their ablest and most r-pr-ahi ltalive no iinccsity for ir i Is it reauonablue tion of liunian nature r;>tiher than ly b th State C('p:iiit~al, base their arm-i- The !';-,-seni; ( ,i whip-. i is Il l PP nlie!('a *Iuring til ;-- -m .- .-
an to the Capital to onrdict tile is it uinse s Is it Deniciaticy abstract theory.- rnents in its fUivor IrinciVallv ..u.ion of it' most s.uba.I.ntial i.i;1.-- ii a.ia 0 "nat thcrafora- -
eln hav e performed their d ties ad- VWln toh th1 e oa ther tahtescolecte l ro.!in. breathe in ion tat tir bons i th g o tle te t a melniajority ", "" .'"



telligently, promptly and satiifactor- sc-col fui.ds is invested in d ondsof I .o It has ever L^en the lenoseof thei pectivt e andite-cities are thi.- un not lo Talhirisee Then Twhv I"" oliG the two Li U
Sto the people is the chief or of the tate Florida, this does ot democratic arty to the best ie laes i te State, ,balan av..r o. ,opertn ll vo'e. .
lkniida's Democracy today. 1 cose pay or take up or satifyor redeem or form of govenii ent at the lea st ex- ",i "a fo that reason should le '.e- there i sno gool reason f-or .li n "e I primary.
-nt have not complained, al are cancel tIe 1o0s so invested in. On 1 to the people, and tin as capit: Do yo .nt to e to pv. t..refo, T "




not now complaining, thatch tate ihe otrary, tly Statererely be- been the course punsued y the State h stion iaturall arises, million dollars, with intere-t, toret mmite f i
Iuc- dees notafford suticieat room comes the debtor to school funds Amdnnistratos Florida. from to what extent dots the Ciaestion ot another CaIitol, when the present a-'l.aialta hlerebyv oall a ai- .
or abiinUant conveniences nor the instead ofe being te debto? of indi- 1s8 to the present time. For twenty-4cessibilit affectthe great loy of building is suIIiient for all tihe actiil titn to ,,be "'-" in e:a a ,- '
propnrdichapre of the people's bus- viduals. The bonds held by such tvu1' years Demtocratic government citizens and ttax-paers reqire1int I noit then v tat", at the polling L, -
iner. Neither are those citiz ns who school funi-ds contins feart nter- in this State has stood for econoi T i population of Florida, accorl- against Capital rem oal- clt<-t'i> i-tri have direct business deaiis with est, which t to. and. o siti to even t census of 1est, was 4<4,- Do you want to loulle theS tte tf the removal of : ... -
anlly o(f the departments comlaing pay, they must ultinatelybe re- rm of extrvag hat l Asisuimig thie.)opulation at the debt, and pay inie-'asei taxes accoal- 'a .".nment an-1 :i,. an -, ,-
of any such cause. -temted in full by the State. It is few of the many great benefits tht present time to be the same as it was ingly ? If not, vote against ('apital to the holding of a S>;t, ( :.*..
The present Capitol, ie r lois nlonsense to argue that the indebted- have resultD from this wise and co in 1- it is safe to say that not removal. t)Il Conventioln ,,- -
in excellent condition d t com- ness to the State is decreased by the servative management of the an- more than one-wer c of this num- In 1l94 the assessed valuation of locratic electors of h :,
plaint can be fe with it except investment of school funds in Florida "cal affairs of the State government ? ber ever had business to transact at the property in this State was .104,- .nd to nominate by majorit- v.t -
,y indivii who for special bonds. Such investments do not de- The bonded indebtedness of the the State Capital, either in person or 60, (29.91, and in 1"99 it was .):; the governor candidates flol all ,..
pers- eaons desire a ne hand- crease taxes a single penny. State has been reduced from l ,3S,- y letter and eight-tenths -of this 527,5:79, a reduction of nearly oirtive State offices wherein vu.
I.ne, expensive State Housej m an- Because one of the most populous 800.00, on January 1 1877, 1o small percentage transacted their eleven mifffn dollars; and yet, not- cies will by law occur during tue
other town. 'J he insignificant mci- and prosperous counties of the State *1,032,500.00 on July st, 1900,- a business satisfactorily by correspond- withstanding this reduction in the next two years, and also carTdlatts
dent of the falling of a little fpilaster, desires an additional tax levy for the total reduction of 356,300.00 during ence. It will thus be seen that there value of the property, from which for all such appointive otices as it
ing from one of the ceilings several erection of handsome State buildings the period named, although the col- are about 460,000 people today in the taxes are derived, we are suddenly may apear will be necessary t


years ago nas oeen cited as proof within Der borders, furnishes no rea- election of a tax for the Sinki!V State who have never had'any busi. confronted with the proposition to tilled that the Capitol is decaying and dan- son why all the other counties of the Fund was suspended in 1883, thereby ness to transact at the Qpital, and, remov-the Capital and to construct nominations to ill which hav ot
gerous. Sensible and experienced State should desire or authorize an in- relieving the taxpayers from t of those who have, nearly all have an entirely unnecessary new State theretofore been made; provided.
people will at once see the laughable crease of their taxes when they will payment of many thousands of dol- availed themselves of the mails, which House, requiring an outlay of at that if no candidate receives a rna
side of this contention, for they know get, no corresponding benefit there- lars. The burden of taxation fo4 afford the cheapest and most satis- least a million dollars. Do you, as a jority vote for any such office *,
that plastering is liable 'to fell and from. State purposes has been madJ factory method of conducting such tax-payer, approve that proposition ? two highest candidates shall be vote
does fall in the finest buildings Because the railroad and telegraph lighter. Unnecessary expenditures business in almost every instance. Is it consistent with good business for at a subsequent prtary t6le
erected anywhere. HIewev4r, the companies will have to pay one-fifth have been discontinued and disl- The average number of people who methods? If not, then vote against held on the 4th day oF ecember
ceiling of the hall of the Hiuse of of the great expense incurred in the lowed. visit the Capital on business with the Capital removal. A. D., 1900.
Representatives, where the: little erection of unnecessary new Capitol The conditions now existing are Executive, Legislative and Judicial Remember that a vote for Talla- In said primary, election held No-
piece of plastering fell.is now ceiled buildings is no reason why citizens so satisfactory that it may be the Departments will not exceed three hassee is a vote against Capital re- member 6, 1900, all and only tha-
in a first-class and permanent man- should have their taxes materially in- people do not fully appreciate the hundred per annum, consisting very moval and against and un white Democratic electors, who, in
ner. creased to meet the other four-fifths danger of inaugurating a different largely of members and officers of necessary taation. sai general election, shall have
It should be remembered that, al- required. policy by the issuance of interest the Legislature, and those seeking voted for the candidates of said
legations to the contrary notwith- -The pleasure and convenience of bearing State Bonds in the sum of positions or promoting measures A Romantic Wedding. Demoefatic State Convention shall
standing, the State convention held travelers and sight-seers have been $1,000,000.00 to procure what in re- therein.. These facts prove conclu- There was a somewhat romantic be permitted to participateeach such
in Jacksonville in June, did niot pass urged as substantial reasons for ality is a luxury, and not a necessity, sively what an insignificant item the wedding in this city Saturday. Mr. elector being permitted to vote in
uponmthe condition of the present changing Florida's seat of govern- that is, the erection of a new Capitol matter of accessibility is. Marcus B. Cohen, of Pensacola, came the primary in the election district in
State House, or the desirability of ment to a more easterly town. In Building, though the present Capitol In order that a small number of here on Friday to meet his fiancee, which he shall have voted in the
changing the seat of government or answer to this, it may be said that Building is one of the most substan- persons, who are interested in cases who was expected to arrive on the general election, that day, and an
the necessity of erecting a new Cap- Tallahassee's transportation and ho- tial buildings in the State, and en- before the Supreme Court, may be afternoon train from the East. She elector whose right to vote is chal-
itol or the question as to the increase tel facilities are first-class and con- tirely sufficient for every necessity of benefitted by saving a few dollars, did not come, however, until Satur- lenged may be required by the in-
of the State's debt, or the increase stantly improving- the hospitality and the State Government. If $1,000,- a few of the citizens of the State have day afternoon, when Mr. Marcus B. spectora to swear or affirm to the
of taxes which must be paid by the courtesy of her people are proverbial, 000.00 of bonds are issued for such decided that the Capital must be re- Cohen and Miss Ellen E. Gardner, of necessary qualification.
people if the present Capital removal her natural scenery and natural ad- purpose, the interest that will have moved and a million dollar building Jacksonville, were married at the Each such elector in the State shall
plans are carried thromrh. The Stata vantaresn a n.a nnAnawl in iia a t a m anni nn n kahn mwill anannt wt -..... :I. -i .L L.e j... Taann TTntol hv (Pnnntv Jndmi R A hava thk .,.:-..- .


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Thiid,-Fourth and Seventh Judicial
Circuits, shall have the right to vote
for one candidate for State Attorney
for his Judicial Circuit. Each such i
elector in Duval, Escambia, Hillsbor-
ough, Orange and Volusia counties
shall have the right to vote for one
candidate *r Judge of the Criminal
Couit of Record for his county.
Each such elector in Escambia,
Hillsborough, Orange and Volusia
counties shall have the right to vote
for one candidate for Solicitor of the
Criminal Court of Record for his
county.
Each such elector in each county
commissioner's district, for which dis-
trict a candidate for county comn-
mis-ioner shall not theretofore have
been nominated, shall have the right
to vote for one candidate for county
commissioner for his commissioner's
district.
Each such elector in each county
in which a supervisor of registration I
.shall not theretofore have been nom-
inated shall have the right to vote '
for one candidate for supervisor of
* registration for his county.
Each such elector in the county of
Escambia. and in such other counties
as timber custodians and harbor mas- I
ters are provided by law, shall have
the right to vote for one-candidate
BLOOD POISON CURED BY B. B. B. *

Bottle Free to Sufferers.
Deep-seated, obstinate cases, the kind
that have resisted doctor, hoi springs
ani pateut IrlEdicint! treatiiout, quickly
yield to B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm),
thoroughly tested for 30 years. Have
you mucuous patches in the mouth?
Sore Throat? Eruption,? Eating Sores? i
Bone Pains? Itching Skin? Swollen
Glands? Stiff Joints? Copper Colored
Spots? Chancres? Ulceration on the
body? Hair and eyebrows fall out? Is
-the Skin a mass of boils, pimples and
ulcers? Then this wonderful B. B. B.
specific will completely change the
whole body into a clean, perfect condi- '
tion, free from eruptions, and skin j
smooth with the glow of perfect health. 1
B. B. B. drains the poison out of the
system so the symptoms cannot return.
At the same time B. B. B. builds up the,/
broken down constitution and improves
the digestion. So sufferers may test ,
B. B. B. a trial bottle will be given away
free of-charge.
B. B. B. for sale by druggists at $1 per :
large bottle, or six large bottles (full
treatment) $5. Complete directions
with each bottle. For trial bottle ad-
dreas Blood Balm Co 524 Mitchell St..
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and Free
medical advice given.
for custodian of lost timber and lurm-
ber, and one candidate for harbor
master of the port situated in said
county.
The voting in said election shall
be by ballot prepared and used in
accordance with the provisions of the
State election law, said ballots to be
printed and distributed under the di-
rection of the Democratic Executive
Committees of the several counties,
and on said ballots the names of the
cities and site for the State Capital
,shall first be placed in alphabetical
order, followed, first, by the names
of the candidates for State angI
county officers in alphabetical order,
then by the questions for and against
a Constitutional Convention, all sunb
stantially in conformity with the ba4-
lots used in the general election, and
the hours of opening and closing thp
the polls, manner of voting an.
otherwise conducting said election
shall, so far as possible, conform to
the general election laws of thi
State.
Cities desiring to be voted for as
site for the State Capital and all pert
sons desiring to become candidates
for appointment to State offices, shal|


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cause their names, together with a
statement of their candidacy, to be
filed in writing with the Chairman
of the State Executive Committee,
not less than fifty days before the
date of said primary election, anc.
the Chairman of the Stte Executivq
Committee shall, notlesi than thirty
days before the dast of said primary
election, certify/(he names of said
cities and persons, together with all


SGive Him an Inch,


He'll Take an Ell."i
Let the smatest microbe gain odgmer.
in youw body v.d your whoae system widl
be diseased. The microbe is microscopic.
But the germs become inches and then ells
of pain. Hoods Sarsaparila destroys thei
microbe, prevents the pain, purifies the:
blood and effects a permanent cure
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LAMAR & RAIK"N DRUG CO..
I a Nt o omra4 PittO Cal.
native too strongly. I m-t Ms.y
I owe my ba*'s life to .
I arntly usk all mothr we
ave skicy r dllcatse eshi lia
to try m bottle uad me what
remU wwil b* RsIpetPF ly.
Ms. LIZZIE MURJLAT.
Jomanasa Statis s Oa.

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necessary instructions to secure the
lacing of said! names correctly on
aid ballots, to the chairman of the
various county executive committees
a the State.
Persons desiring to become candi-
ates for appointment to any county
flice shall cause their names, to-
rether with a statement of their candi-
lacy, to be filed with the chairman of
hle county executive committee at
east thirty dayl before said primary
election, and from the names so cer-
ified and those certified by the Chair-
ian of the State Executive Commit-
ee, the executive committees of the
various counties; shall cause the nec-
ssary ballots toi be printed and dis-
ributed, providing not less than two
)allots for every qualified voter in
ach election precinct as shown by
he registration lists.
The Democratic county executive
committees of 4he various counties
hall, at noon of the third day after
uch primary, rieet at the county
ourt house and publicly canvass the
returns, and the chairman and secre-
iry of said committees within two
ays thereafter shall certify to the
Chairman of th' State Executive
Committee the result of said primary
election in their respective counties,
bowing the result in each precinct,
nd from the consolidated returns
rom the various' counties, the State
.xeclutive Committee shall, at 12
'clock on the 20th dav of November,
900, meet in tile city of Jackson-
ille and decide .and declare what
ity having received a plurality vote
as been chosen 4s the site for the
itate Catital, whether the vote cast
shows a majority for or against the
holding of a Conititutional Conven-
ion, what candidates have been nom-
nated for appointment to State and
county offices by majority vote, and
n what cases, if 4ay, a second pri-
nary is necessary.!
For the purpose of holding the
primary election herein provided for,
tt shall be the duty of the county ex-
cutive committee |in each county to
What Nt toSay.
Do not say, "I cant eat." Take Hood's
Sarsaparilla and say,' "I am hungry all
he time. and food mnver hurts me."
Never say to your friends that you are
is tired in the morning as at night. If
hey happen to. be harp they will tell
rou Hood's Sarsaparila cures that tired
reeling. ?
Do not say, "My face is full of pim-
dlee." You are quite likely to be told by
iome one, "There's nb need of that, for
blood's Sarsaparilla cares pimples."
It is improper and unnecessary to say.
'My health is poor aqd my blood is bad."
Hood's Sarsaparilla yill give you good
blood, and good health will follow as a
natural consequence.]
appoint not less thab twenty days be-


fore said primary election from among
the qualified white. Democratic vot-
ers in each precinct In said county
three intelligent, discreet and fair-
minded persons to: be designated as
inspectors of election, one of whom
shall act as a clerk of election, to hold
said primary election in said precinct.
Should any of the persons so ap-
pointed fail to appear or refuse to
serve on the day: of said primary
election said vacancy shall be filled
by the inspector or inspectors present
from among the White Demccrate
present at the poll
Such inspectors shall, before open.
ing the polls, swear each other to a
faithful performance of their duties
and a true return bf the votes cast
and in all respects s far as practice.
ble, they shall conduct said election.
canvass, declare ansl return the re-
salt in accordance wth the provisions
of the general election laws of th
State. i.
Such Inspectors shall be paid tw<
dollars per diem fbr their service
and one of .them acting as a return
ing officer shall be Pllowed an. addi
tional compensation;of five cents pe
mile for the distance traveled ii
making said returnsjand going homt
and not more than obe additional pe


persons so selected to serve as in.
spectors.
For the purpose of defraying the
expenses of this primary election, in-
cluding pay of managers, printing,
providing tickets, ballot boxes, etc.,
the various cities desiring to enter
the contest for the State Capital site
are hereby assessed the sum of ---
each, said amounts to be paid by said
cities into the treasury of the State
Executive Committee at the time
when they file notice of the intention
of said city to enter such race, and
the name of no city shall be certified
to the various county executive com-
mittees as a candidate in said State
Capital contest unless the treasurer
of the State committee shall have
certified to the chairman of the said
State committee that said city's pro
rata has been so paid into his hands,
and no vote for a city that has not
so paid its pro rata assessment shall
be counted in said contest.
The money paid in by such cities
as qualified for said race shall be dis-
tributed by the chairman of the
State Executive Committee among
the different counties in proportion,
to the number of election precincts
in such county, and the balance of
the money necessary to defray the
expenses of said primary in any
county shall be provided by the sevx.
eral county committees by assess-
ments on the various, candidates, or
in such other manner as they.shall
deem best.
The county executive committee
in each county shall, through its
chairman, ten days before the hold-
ing of said primary, certify to the
"As if a brick were lying in my stom-
ach" is the description by a dyspeptic of
his feeling after eating.
This is one of the comnuonest symp-
toms ofP indigestion. If you have it,
take Shaker Digestive Cordial.
Not only this symptom, but all the'
symptoms of indigestion are cured by
Shaker Digestive Cordial.
So many medicines to cure this one
disorder. Only one that can be called
successful, because only one that acts in
a simple, natural, and yet scientific way,
Shaker Digestive Cordial.
Purely vegetable. and containing no
dangerous ingredients, Shaker Digestive
Cordial tones up, strengthens, and re-
stores to health all the digestive organA.
At druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00
per bottle.
Chairman of the State Committee the
number of qualified white Demo-
cratic electors in each precinct in
each county.
Upon -the final canvass of the
votes cast in said primary, if it shall
appear that, by error or fraud, more
votes have been cast in any county or
precinct than could legitimately be
cast in such county or precinct, the
State Executive Committee shahl
have power to wholly-,pr partially,
correct the returns from said county
or precinct, so as to justly declare
the result of said election.
Each candidate for the State
Capital site, and each candidate for
office being voted for shall have the
right to place one watcher and chal-
lenger at the polls in each precinct in
every county, which said watcher and
challenger shall be entitled to be
present during the entire, time the
polls are open to challenge voters and
also to witness the counting of the
vote and certifying of the results, af-
ter the polls are closed.
The primary polling place shall in
each precinct be as near as practica-
ble to the place of holding the gene-
ral election on said day.
The Tired Feeling.


is cured by Lippman's Great Remedy. It
also cures Neuralgia and Fiolent Head-
ache. It feeds the nerves, makes the
blood rich and the patient strong. If
you would be well and happy use P. P.
P., Lippman's Great Remedy.
Sold by all druggists.
CAMPAIGN DATES.


State and Congressional Speakers Will
Unite in Both Districts.
The committee to arrange the
itinerary of the joint appointments
of the Gubernatorial, Congressional
and State candidates to speak, met at
the Rathbun last evening, and at
11:15 'o'clock completed its work.
The candidates for Congress will
make their separate appointments
later in each district.
The dates and places fixed at last
night's meeting are as follows:
September 3-Miami, night.
September 4-West Palm Beach,


day.
September 5-Titusville, night.
September 6-Daytona, day.
A TEXAS WONDER .
Ball's Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal ePm "on, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all Irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men
anl wmn. rW. nonlantna hlbladdem trmonla.


September 7-St. Augustine,
night.
September 8--,Fernandina, night.
September 10-Macclenny, day.
September 11-Lake City, day.
September 12-Jasper, day.
September 13-Live Oak, day.
September 14-Madison, day.
September 15-Milton, day.
September 17-Pensacola, night.
September 18--DeFuniak, day.
September 18-Milligan, night.
September 19-Westville, day.
September 20-Vernon, day.
September 20-Chipley, night.
September 21-Marianna, day.
September 22-Quincy, day.
September 24-Wewahitchkaday.
September 25-Blountstown, day.
September 26-Bristol, day.
September 27-Apalachicola, day.
"September 28-Carrabelle, day.
(Party will divide both meetings).
September 28-Crawfordville,
day. (Party will divide both meet-
ings).
September 29-Tallahassee, day.
October 1-Monticello, day.
October 2-Perry, day.
October 3-Mayo, day.
October 5-Lake Butler, day.
October 6-Gainesville, day.
October 8-Ocala, day.
October --Leesburg, day.
October 9-Wildwood, day.
October 9-Orlando, night.
October 10-Kissimmee, day.
October 10-Lakeland, night.
October 11 -Bartow, day.
October 12-Arcadia, day.
October 13-Fort Myers, night.
October 16-Brooksville, day.
October 17-Inverness, day.


October
October
October
October
October
October


18-Dade City, day.
20-Key West, night.
22-Braidentown, day.
22-Tampa, night.
23-DeLand, night.
24-Palatka, day.


October 25-Green Cove Springs,
day. .
October 26-Cedar Keys, night.
October '7-Bronson, day.
October 31--Jacksonville, night.

A minister's Good Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious colic,
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy, took two
doses and was entirely cured," says Rev.
*A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan. "My
neighbor across the street was sick for
over a week. had two or Shree bottles of
medicine from tne doctor. He used
them for three or four days without re-
lief, then n2alled in another doctor who
treated, him for some days and gave him
no relief, so discharged him. I went
over to see him the next morning. He
said his bowels were in a terrible fix,
that they had been running off so long
that it was almost bloody flux. I asked
hi m if he had tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he
said. 'No.' I went home and brought
him my bottle and ..g-a_ iim onUL 4bom;
told him tW-ake -another dose in fifteen
or twenty minutes if he did not find re-
lief, but he took no more anl was en-
tirely cured." For sale by Wight &
Bro. and all medicine dealers.

A Cavalry Charge.
In a cavalry charge, especially when
the firing is at long range, it is prac-
tically impossible for the enemy to
aim at so small a figure as a human
being with.any certain chance of hit-
ting him. And so, the horse present-
ing the larger target, the list of casual-
ties among horses, under the circum-,
stances, is naturally greater than
among men. At Talavera 290 horses
were killed and 240 men, while at the
famous Charge of the Light brigade
at Balaklava the losses among horses
were 360 and among men 280.
Why He Barked.
A witness in an Irish court talked so
loud that Charles Philips, who was
counsel on the other side, said, "Fel-
low, why do you bark so furiously?"
"Because." said the man, looking
hard at Philips, "1 think I see a thief!"


Preotty


Children


a We have three chldrea. Bere the
birth of the last one my wife used fbr blt-
ties of MOTHER'S PRIEND. If youhad the
pictures ofeou chldrea, yeoa id see al
a glance that the last one
Is hecalthicstprettlestand ,
My wife thinks Mother's
Frkad s the greatest
and grandest /
remedy in the
ord for expect-
ant mothers."-
Written by a Ken-
wmarW A ay-st
'mum.


F'I~ ~Flreew is w-tcatlbs of ath
UUCMr lu incidetsi cdW
tuIL Tlwcomnlng meqter
dlsasfamnd temuer reMain unrffle


A TEF IN THE NIGHT.

How Catarrh Robs Its Victims of Health and Life.
Catarrh la the most insidious of
diseases. Ifneglected, it invariably
reaches thae bronchial tubes and
lungs, rendering them weak and
susceptible to consumption.


Sthe only logical treatment fo
this loathsome disease. Catarrh is
now recognized as an affection of
e blood, and not a mere local trou-
ble. The best blood purifier is there-
fore the best remedy, and the best
blood purifieris acknowledged to be
P. P. P. Under treatment with P.
P. P. the sickening discharges, with
hawing and pin g and offensive
odor, quickly spear and per -
Anftl anL ofa Srecovery soon re-
une, Ga.
G-ents-"-I ave used nearly four bottles
ofP. P. P., Lippman's Great Remed I
Was afflicted rom the ,row of mny head to the soles of my feet. Your p. p. P. has cbted my 415.
Letyreata e -orngt Ip.tation of the oeart, and a has relieved me of aull pain. o
sti was cl sedfor ten ears bPt now I can breathe through it readily.
I have not slept on either side for two years; in fact, I dreaded to we night come. Now Ilee
soundly in any position all night. I am-o years old, but expect soon to be able to take hold of tb
plow handles. I fee t glad th at I lucky enough to get P. P. P.. and I heartily recommend it o
pny friendsand .the publi .genera y. 0ours respectfully, A t. RmStY.
SISTATSOF TXAs of ComanChe -Beo the undersigned authority on this d
Statement made by himrelative to the virtue of P. P. P. medicine is true. A.. RAS
Sworn to ad subscribed before me this August 4th. 189.
J. M. LAMBERT, N. P., Comanche Couuty, Team.,
IppmIman's Great Remedy) is superior to all5so rs apllin.. and the
diseases of the 4 n and blood. o sores, pi blotches a
Mipman's Gret Remedy) is well known to physicians, who
in *. *earg ntheis regular practice, the formulbeingpr
ron Sold by.LUpDruggists.
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THE W EEKLY TALLAHASSEE IN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1900.


(THURRCBK
.8t C rcB. South. W. J. Carpi mte, Pat-
tor. Selvittt: Pitehia cv ) rLkith11
A. M"; IM- P M- abth Scbool ;IA. M
rrayer Meeting. Wednesday at 730 P. *.
pWaBu uBIA CuCBev.S. L. Me arty,
astor. Sen ices will be held regularly every
Sunday ati l:O A. M. and 1O P.4 M ta are
free and the public cordially invited to at-
tend. Sunday School at 10:0 A. M. Tayer
Meeting. wOineday, 7 30. M. Union Ch-
tian Eade*vor Meeting, 330 P. M., Bum y.
BAPTIST CHUUCH. Rev. 8. M. #r6vnce
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and "p. m.
every-Sunday.' sunday School at 4 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. A cordial
welcome is extended to all.
ST.'JOHNS EPlSCOPAL CmHUR. Dr. W. H.
'carter, Pastor. Services: Preaching every
duniy-11 A.M.; T:ud P. M. Friday evenl ee-
voes at 7:0O P.. Sunday School at 10 A. M.
CATHOLIC CHCBC. B e Rv. J. L. B Lupn tOe-
Cor. Services: High Mass and Se-mon-a A. M
atechitmaliJ r. M. '.tlr& and h enedio-
,< b5"OP. M.
On week days, )tat6:4b A. M.
BIBLE DaPOSI oi'o.BjIti+ lor atle at all
times at cost prices at The TATT.AjK1jwn A
Ofice.
C.M. E. Church Sunday Sebool at 90 a. B.,
Professor J G. Rlley Superintendent. iPreach-
tog at 3 p. m. and a m.
praerMeeting Tuesdaynight. plaMeet
ing Thursday might. X F. Bi Pastor.
DMEWroRs' MEETING The Boar" of Direc-
tors of the Library Association old their
meetings on the third Friday evening of each
month at 8o m. at the library.
Those who are interested in Chrstain Sci
ence will be welcomed at the residence of Mr.
W.C.Lewis, where the services will be held
SuDdays at 10.30 a.m.. ednesdays at 7:S0 p.m.
LO. O F
K Regular meetings of Laos 1 DOB No.
are held every Tuesday venin., attheir
Lode R-oom, at 8 o'clock. All Br(-.ners in
goodstanding are invited to attend. *
W.2L. MCINTOSH. JL., N. .
R. L. COIaa. SA, b.
BWCANPMENT.-B.erular meetings of Au-
cizIxrOCANPMRiT No 2. are held tt--AMt
and third Thursday Evenin s ot ac-. month-
t their Lodge Room, at 8 o-lock. A Pa.r-
cha in good standing S..invited to attend.
Wb.iM.---6 oINTOin Sit .. C. P.
W. H. CHANIIGcY. Scribe.


KMNIOGHTS OF HONOR.
SLodge. No.NO meetasecond
ad foursky rdayeveningof each montb
t Masonio ~ It. ILBRICK, Dictator.
W. B. CHANCrT. Ieport-.
imeN TS 01 PITHIAs.
Cicero Lodge No. I K. of P.. e-e ry
Thursdayeveningin Castle Hall. Vift.
Knights ary ordiallyinvitedto attend.
Knighare H.C. CRA (JRhLD.- C .
J. F. HILL, K. of IL 29
ST. PAUL LODGEF.O. 15
(B. S. of theE.)
Holds its meeting every Wednesday even-
i ng at eight o' clock, at its Lodge room up-
stairs,. one door east of the annex of the Ope
som.se All members of the rer in good
tanding are cordiall" invited to atZend.
A. STAFFORD, W. C. J.
MASONIC.
Tne reuiar convocation of Florida .L A.
Chapter No.1, will be held on the Second and
Fourth Mondays of each month 8t o' lock
Sm. W. M. MCIwTOSH, Ba.4 Secretary.
0 Regular meetings of JAGKSO LODO
1o.1, are held on therstandtrd Mondays
In each month. at 8 o'clock, P._ .
W. M.MCINTloS. t Secretarv.

Srufssswwal (ars.

DR. E. M. BREVARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA.
46-6m.
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-- ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TALLAHASSEB I FLORIDA.

W E. LEWIS. ?E1NTIST.
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omsrua-x see the Joke.
Once Offenbich graciously accepted
the invitation of some friends to visit
them In Etretat. As his hosts were
waiting for lim at the hotel, one of
them, who wqs very intimate-with the
composer. suggested:
"Let us glve him a rousing wel-
come." (
The idea vas taken up and devel-
oped. One of the party possessed a
collection of old weapons. This was
ransacked, aid some two dozen young
fellows were soon equipped as halberd-
lers. Another mounted a donkey and
waved the fig of the club.
When Offpnbach's carriage came
in sight, a duimm beat, the halberdiers
presented arms and fireworks were
set off from the balcony at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon.
As the composer stepped to the
ground a veperable old man approach-
ed and presented to him the key of the
hotel on a silver platter.
Offenbachi vain as a peacock and
accustomed to all sorts of queer re-
ceptions, entirely failed to see the Joke,
though it Was as broad as anything
in "The Grand Duchess" or "La Belle
Helene." He took it all seriously as
a tribute to his genius, and, with tears
in his eyes: and in a voice that shook
'Ith emotion, he murmured:
"Gehtile4n, this -is too much, too
much!'
For Over Fitt -ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of-mothers for their children while
teething, w ith perfectsuccess.. Itsoothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by drggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
sure and tk for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.


-dua an Ordluary Steak.
"When in Hamburg. we supposed
we must do as the Hamburgers did, so
at our first meal there we asked for
Hamburg steak." said the woman.
"Besides, we wanted to see how that
viand would taste upon its native
heath, anyway. But to all our requests,
couched Il our best scholastic German,
the waiter shook his head: Like many
another !prophet, the Hamburg steak
was apparently without honor in Its
own country. At all events, our waiter
hadn't heard of it. 'Oh, well,' we said,
'just bring us an ordinary beef steak.
But, lo and behold, when the meat was
served there it was all chopped up and
made i to small cakes-what Ameri-
cans call, In fact, 'Hamburg steak!
To Hamburgers a Hamburg steak was
an ordinaryy steak.' "-New York Sun.

A Good Seheme.
Mrs.. Younghusband-Do you notice
any difference in the milk, dear?
Mr. Younghusband-I should say so.
This isW a much better quality than we
have been getting. lately.
Mrs. Younghusband-Indeed it is. I
got iti off a new man, who said he
would! guarantee it to be perfectly
pure. So I bought enough to last for
a couple of weeks.
A-9==-.
mo undertaker is very jolly this
morning "
P "Ye. Three hundred new doctorsI
were graduated last night."-Harlem
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Made Its Own FPmeral TelUet.
There are certain insects that have
such a respect for Mrs. Grundy and
are, endowed with such an innate love
of neatness and order that not even
death, or rather decapitation, can pre-
vent them from making one grand
final toilet, which is clearly designed
to give them a sedate and respectable
appearance after death.
Dr. Billion, a skilled entomologist,
discovered this remarkable fact. "Dur-
ing one of my recent horseback rides,"
he says, "I frequently caught one of
those large fies& which -anny cattle
and horses so much. and I promptly
got rid of it by crushing its head.
One day, instead of throwing the mu--
tilated insect away, I placed it on the
back of my hand and indolently watch-
ed it. For some seconds the insect re-
mained motionless, but then, to my
unbounded surprise, it moved its front
legs forward to the place where the
head should have been, and, after it
had rubbed them nervously- together,
apparently in anguish, 'it began to
brush its body and to smooth its wings
with its hind legs. Under the gentle
pressure of these limbs the body grad-
ually became extended and the ex-
tremity curved, while the wings grad-
ually changed their natural position
and left the upper part of the body
exposed. Meanwhile the hind legs
continued to brush each other from
time to time.
"Naturally I watched this extra-
ordinary sight with great interest, and,
1in order to see the finale, I took the
Insect into my study, where it lived
an entire day, spending the time at


the ungrateful task of making its own
hnmerea toCet."


Go6od


PleeadIlly.
One of London's most famous streets
Is Piccadilly. which consists of shops
the ruffs. or "pickadills." worn by the
and fashionable dwelling houses. The
name is said to have been derived from
gallants of James I and Charles 1. the
stiffened points of which resembled
spear heads or pickadills. Some years
before the introduction of these collars,
however. "Piccadille" is referred to,
and It is surmised that the collar may
have been so called from being worn
by the frequenters of Pleccadilla House.

The Atmospherle Ocean.
The atmospheric ocean surrounding
the earth is frequently disturbed by
gigantic waves, which are Invisible ex-
cept when they carry parts of the air
charged with moisture up into a colder
atmospheric stratum, where sudden
condensation occurs. In this manner
long. parallel lines of clouds some-
times make their appearance at a great
height, marking the crests of a ripple
of air waves running mile%; above? our
heads.
Japanese Art.
The Japanese is a born lover of na-
ture. Whatever he produces, from the
most painstaking work of art to the
simplest household utensil, is after nat-
ural models. In the representation of
figures and scenes the Japanese dis--
play a perception which is astonish-
ing. With a couple of strokes of the
brush they reproduce what they see
with a truth to life which is almost
incredible.
His Only Fear.
The undaunted Corporal Caithness,
so conspicuously daring in a "pinch"
at the battle of Waterloo, was asked if
he did not fear they should lose the
day.
4"No, no," said he. "I knew we could
not do that. My only fear was that we
should all be killed before we had
time to win it"


A Pamous Squate.
There Is said to be no equal in the
world to the grand and imposing
square of Paris, the Place de la Con-
corde. On one side of it is the Tuile-
ries, on the opposite side the Champs
Elysees and on a third the river Seine.
In the center stands the obelisk of
LUxOD, a magnificent monolith of red
Egyptian granite, 74 feet high and
weighing 500,000 pounds. This obelisk
was one of two of the same shape and
size, erected in 1350 B. C., by Rame-
see the Great at the entrance of the
temple of Thebes. Mohammed All,
pasha of Egypt, presented it to the'
French government, and in 1836 it
was removed to its present position In
the Place de la Concorde. The re-
moval and erection on the new site re-
quired an outlay of 80,000 and the
employment of 800 men, the obelisk
being transported to France in a ves-
sel built especially for the purpose.
The Place de la Concorde is rich In
historic interest. It was there that the
guillotine was erected In the "reign
of terror." after the death of Louis
XVI. and it was there that the signal
was given for the attack on the Bastille
nII 17S&L. Loutei.XVI and Marie An-
toinette were beheaded there In 1793,
and It wa-' the scene of great rejoic-
Ing In 1848. when France was pro-
claimed a republic. The Place de la
Concorde bhas also been termed the
Place Louis XV and Place de In Revo-
lution.
Rattlesnake Poison.
"Years ago. when I was a boy at
home," said a southern man. "an un-
cle of mine, who lived near Mont-
gomery, was out on his plantation one
day when be saw an enormous rattle-
snake stretched in a- furrow of a cot-
ton field. He seized a hoe lying near
by and made a pass at the monster.
At the same time it struck out at him
and broke off one of its fangs on the
edge of the hoe blade. My uncle dis-
patched the snake and then picked up
the fang and brought it to the house
as a curiosity. It was sharp as a
needle, and a faint yellow stain at the
tip showed where some of the virus
had exuded.
"The bit of bone lay for at least three
or four years in an ebony box on my
uncle's writing table in his study,
when one day a stupid negro servant
girl, not knowing what It was, used
It to extract a splinter from her thumb.
In less than an hour her whole lower
arm was swollen, and she exhibited
all the characteristic symptoms of
snake poison.
"My uncle had studied medicine and
by prompt measures saved the girl's
life, but for some mysterious reason
gangrene subsequently appeared in her
arm, and amputation was necessary.
My uncle lost no time in burning his
murderous relic."

Two. and Four.
"Two?" demanded the peremptory
conductor as he took a quarter from
the woman who had just struggled to
a place on the trolley.
"No, four," she replied.
Four fares were rung sharply, and
the conductor handed back 5 cents.
"That isn't right!" exclaimed the
woman indignantly.
"You said you wanted to pay for
four," retorted the trolley employee.
"1 didn't," denied the woman. "You
asked if my little boy was 2 years
old, and I said no, he was 4. I sup-
pose I'll have to pay for him if it's the
rule, but I don't think it's right"-
The remainder of the sentence was


WHY HE CURES.
The Gremt.d peeia~rt ,f the Time OGH
Sveery Cms His Wsosml Attentom.
Monotdacn bavem certmn number
o ck remedies which they use in



every ease Is treated separ-
1 b ateb D. elnlaMn"e aBeid.

Sm sotwoptopleareafucted
byadertMlCqdtsede an the
m stwo hic a rbe
treated In the same way
even for same omplaint
Dr. Hathaway tea speeial-
Ist in the best senseof the
word-he treated special de
CoamsIlnappe-i. -nnwr of
othtisown-a system tudieda yearago while In
_ college and hospitalpractice and Im.
Eve" y 6 proved and enlarveduponconstany
E s twenty years o the osMt extensive
Treat*& prais e nloy db any specialist In
Ib.,Ak.Atr,. Dr. Hajhay'G uniform sac-
cess is due to thi Is VIsystem offtreent-
Exiluasim In ptse Of hundreds of requested
^Tesdmad ycar from doctors lnaU partsofthe
Tr = akmg for the privileee of
uplngDr.athway'smethodoftreatmenfte believes
it wiserto allow none beside himself the wledge
of his remedies, as he s too well aware of the mis-
chief which may be done by the unskillful use of any
.. systen.nevermind how perfect
Bao dskll Dr. Hathawayatreatmentfor
Blood diseases In whatever stage
cures all forms of ulcert, sores,
blothe, apple, et.and not only restores the skin
and scalp to their natural condition. but so purinfies
the blood that the diseases permanently and con-
pletely drive from the system and all without
admlinherfn potnous or dangerous drumg.
His treatment of VarieocPle
V S Id and Stricture is a method excelu
s ely hise own and in90 per cent
of all cases results In a perfect
and peganMMnt eare. No operation it required and
no -paln or lnconvcnisn e are experienced by the
patient. Theexpenseof t treatment ti mueh less
than that of any operaon or hospital or institute
et, and both sat and Mure, restoring the
rgansto a condition of perfect, normal health.
S DrMathawayu tpwrepeda new
f tsftqueson blank or thobe who have
rMMasonto spect Kidney troubleand
this blank whewil gadynd tree to
evToe who dM n his n ne andaddre.
e The deemand for Dr. Hathaway' new
Sw Beek book Mans VigorHeath"has
FUEL lrady-ezhamftd the first edition of
._ U Dfor a amtted me a copy of
tisbookwilMbe nt freeto anyone who send his
., name and dres to Dr. Hathaway.
SDr. Hathaway makes no charge
Ships oce orby mall.
NEWTON HATHAWAY M. 0.
Dr. H- ausay aC6..,
25 Bryama Steet, Savannah, Ga.
xxi1mx NTHIS PAP]R WHEN WrrtING.


I!! w"i~ud -have beemq
;IN. l- t iit:1(l to coil,
CA-~iiCOWI-K-tit~or.


the first to laugh
;ratulate his suc-


Easy 4$olee.
")id you have arn trouble in select-
: a na; ime for thebaby?"
"None at all. Thbre's only one rich
un-le in the family."-Richmond Dis-
patch.
"Much learning maketh a man sad,"
says one proverb.: and another says,
"A little learning is a dangerous
thing." So what Lre you going to do
about it?-Chicago News.

A Raturai Wonde".
Buenos Ayres seems to have the
largest "rocking stone" yet discovered.
It is situated on the slope of the moun-
tain of Tandil, in -.he southern part of
the province, antc measures 90 feet
long by 1A feet tboad and is 24 feet
high. Its bulk is 5,000 cubic feet, and
it weighs at least 25 tons. Neverthe-
less, it is so beautifully poised that a
single person can set it rocking. When
the wind blows, from the southeast,
the stone, which -s pyramidal in form,
sways to and fno on its foundation
like the branches of a tree.
The Tomato.
The tomato was known up to 1830
as a "love apple" and regarded with
suspicion. It originated in, Spanish
South America 4nd, being introduced
into Italy from Morocco, was named
"poma del mori"-Moor's apple. The
French called It pommee d'amour."

After.
Willie-Pa. diI Adam and Eve kick
much when the was t'run out of the
da ? AlI


Pa-Well, no; not just then, but they.
raised Cain a.erward. Now go to
bed.


W. A. NOWLIN.


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One of Perbes' ".e..
The following story Illustrates the
late Archibald Forbes' cleverness in
getting his news reportB in ahead of
his fellow correspond nts:
Here is a little seenp: Time, near
midnight, after a hard day's work.
Everybody done up. Hello. Jones,"
says Smith. "There's 'orbes already
asleep, like brass." "y Jove, yes,"
quoth Jones (incipient snore from
Forbes). "It would i ke ten horses
to wake him up. I'l: turn in," says
Jones. "Time enough to get our stuff
off tomorrow, eh?" '*ght you are,"
responds Smith. f
In ten minutes the t*earied warrior
scribes are dead asleq1. Forbes rises
cautiously, passing ojt like a ghost,
sits him down in a bitdden corner with
the stump of a tallow candle, writes
like a whirlwind for a couple of hourss.
finishes with the last flicker of his
dip, saddles a horse, or he goes shelter
skelter across the country, gallops for
an hour, delivers his letter, gallops
back, is in bed by 4, sleeps this time
"like brass" and no mistake.
"Hello, lazy bones," exclaims Smith
at 7 a. m., shaking the sleeper. "Time
to be up. old man," aids Jones. "What
are you up to?" quoth Forbes drowsily.
"We are thinking of getting our stuff
off." "The devil you are! Why hur-
ry? Let's have anotLer snooze."
At last Smith ant Jones get. their
Atuff off and in three days discover to
th'r tel'pu::::lement *hat they were 24
houi;;-s behindhand. Very provoking
t:; Smith end .Jones. But if Forbes
I- 1 41- -- ir ,-d:tf' 1 h liU t l U-mc.


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A family medicine cheat for ten cents
In a pretty little enameled metal box
you have the means of keeping the
whole family healthy, from babytogood
old grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
get a btx of Cascarets Cendy Cathartic
for ten cents, and see that you always
have them in the hoqae. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, eleepls-
ness. worms and nearly every other ail-
ment are cured by some form of con-
stipation and in that little box you have
a perfect remedy always at hand. Save
your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
ness by the useof the sweet, dainty little
pieces of candy that make you well and
keep you well. We recommend Casca-
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Ifor Ocala, or vice versa? alloww many
,will Jacksonville cast for e their' of
them? And yet, are the claims of
each place so peculiar that v ters of
their own sections canndt see
stronger claims in any other than
their own? If we are prejudging
the vote, all must admit thlt this
will be the most anomalous vote ever
*ast.


Is Tallahassee an unhealthy place?
This would be one of tie first
questions we would wish se tied in
regard to any place. In add tion to
the fact that many families, qot con-
mected with the government gather
,in the Capital of a State simply be-
,cause it is the Capital, the families
of quite a number of men arn. forced
to live there because the head 3 of the
family are connected official ly with
the government. Then, periodically,
the legislators and all attaches inci-
dent to the sitting of the Leg slature,


are forced to live in the O
.certain time. Now if the
anmfavorable to health, thej
-should not be exposed to a
risk. The place is not fit to
Capital.
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THE WEEKLY TALLAHASSEEAN: THURSDAY. AUGUST 0. 1 00.


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TIE WEEKLY TAlAU SEEAI
Land of Flowersn
Published Every TnU AY, at4he OU ee,
Wonroe Street, a 0 a8M.ee, Floria.
JOn C. TRICK, Editor and ProDrietor.

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
For Congresiman.
HO. S. M. SPAltKMA..
F. 6r Presidential Electors..
IOIN M. B4X1RS. of luviA.
JOHN S. BEARII, of F-a;i nbia.
W. i. EIILI., of Gabdei%
M. L. WILLIAM,. of l)De-to.
For Alternates.
W. II'uT HAuIRIS. of Vinroe,
4. J. I!liJtuIRN, of Puta i .
W. F. HiINES. of t>IInter,
AN IEL CAMI'BEL.L, of ilt n.
State Ticket.
For (,overror.
SWILLIAMS..IENIN'
.r Ilu-tice of thelic S1inip ii (0ii1111.
.FRANCIS It. CARTER
F'or '4cretarv yof tate.
.IlioN L. CK.\WORIv.
For Attot Lnev- (int l
WIIAAAM B. LAM\R.
Flr Coniptrol er.
W.. II. lLYN4i-l>.-.
For Trrii-lil Dr.
]. W1ITFIELD).
"or Sulwriitenidelntof Publiec In-tititioii.
W. N. SIIEAT-'..
For C'onmissioiner of A'-ricul t re.
I. E. McLIN.
Railroad Comminissioner.
.JOIN L .MO(,iAN.
County Ticket.
For Memberi LCeislaiture.
HON. GEO. P. RANEY.
HON. E M. IOI'KIN-.
For Clerk Circuit Court.
C. A. BRiYAN.
For County Judge.
R. A. WtITFIhLD.
a-'or4Superintendent Public Inistruction.
C. W. BANNERMAN.
For Sheritf'.
JOHN A. PFARCE.
Eor County vTreLurer.
10HN DAY PiMRKINS.
For Tax Asses&,r.
H, T. FELKEL.
For Tax Collector.
W. A. DEMILLY.
For county Surveyor.
W. T. BANNERMAN.
For Members School Board.
GEO. I. DAVIS,
t. J. EVANS.
GILBERT HARTSIIELD.
WHY SHOULD IT BE MOVED?
Before we proceed to a thing, it is
,best to learn whether it ought to be
S:done, who wants it done, and why do
they want it done?
Then why should the Capital be
anoved?
If you give a reason or reasons,
they must either singly or combined
-carry with them weight equal to
-overbalance by considerab all that
stands opposed to removal. Another
important question is i!s, viz:
Would either of the new p spective
sites advocate the removal, ft it were
-certain that that particular te would
not get it? We must not e sight
of the ease with which m 's views
are biased in cases where lieir self
interests are affected, when alsubject
-as grave as the removal oa State
capitall is on hand. No doibt men
try to be honest with their convic-
tions in thinking over a subject that
involves as much as this 4np does.
"Still, it is exceedingly hardif4r most
anen to look square at a 'subject
There their personal inter gt lies a
Hittle to one side. How many votes
do you suppose Gainesville Will cast


The editor of the TALLAllASSEEAN
solicits contributions, either news
items or discussions upon live sub-
jects, but there is one thing he wants
to disabuse the minds of Leon county
people upop. A practice prevails
here of writing or calling at the office
and asking i' a communication upon
such and such subject will be pub-
lished if the questioner will write it.
No newspaper man can answer such
a question affirmatively without tak-
ing great risks. No question of that
kind will be answered affirmatively
by the present editor of this paper.
The best that he can do is. to tell you
to write it aid bring it in for inspec-
tion. Unfkrtanately (for them-
selves, alone) some people do not like
to be answered that way. It is,
therefore, better- far better-to write
what you h(ve to say. Then bring,
or send it tb this office. Then the
editor can-without delay or equivo-
cation- tell you -yes" or "no" with
some certain y and at the same time
exercise due judgment and discretion
in the matter. The chances are a
thousand to one, almost, that what-
ever you wiite will be published,
but, for heaven's sake, do not expect
an editor to take a thing without
ever seeing it. These remarks are
made with the hope that people will
heed them. Within the past few
weeks the ;editor has been asked
questions similar to the above by at
least half a. dozen people. In each
instance he I'ould have been glad to
have had th$ articles, but because he
would not sacrifice this prerogative
(personally) they were never handed
in.


The death of Senator T. F.
SwearingenJof Wakulla county, will
be regretted throughout the State.
lie was a min of broad views, just in
his dealings ;with fellow-men, affable
by nature, aAd numbered his friends
by the hun eds. In the State Sen-
ate,* where h4 represented his district
several term), he was recognized as
one of t.he forpmnft law-malrr.i


PROSPtbRunY WITH A VENGEANCE.
Here isW some more Republican
prosperity,! taken from Dunn's Re-
view for the week ending August 4:
"Failureo by branches of business
during Julf, given in detail today,
show a total of 793 commercial con-
cerns, with aggregate liabilities of
*9,771,755, and 4 banking defaults
for *201,0f0. Manufacturing fail-
tires numbred 183, with liabilities of
$5,177,GiS2; and trading 550, with
:34 ,34 366i liabilities. The total
(1S,474,0,) shows a heavy
increase in comparison with
the corresponding month last
year, which, is mainly due to phe-
nomenally sound conditions existing
at that tiine. In
machinery and kindred lines, largely
dependent on the cost of iron, dis-
asters have;also been severe. Man-
ufacturers with large stocks of raw
material on, hand, purchased when
iron was at the top, have suffered
losses in trying to sell their products
in a dull market, and in competition
with more fortunate concerns that
had lighter stocks of iron and steel
at the beginning of the year, and
waited to purchase until much of the
decline had occurred. Failures in
this class exceeded every month since
these statements were commenced in
189:3. Three bicycle and automobile
concerns failed for $1,261,469, one
machinery maker for $100,000, and
one typewTiter manufacturer for
*228,000.
When it comes to giving figures
these people cannot dodge, but it is
amusing to patch how hard they try
explain awal the causes, so that no
blame will attach to the conditions of
governmentI etc. Their own eager-
ness in this respect puts them in the
attitude of suspicion among thinking
people. By the way, how does this
coincide with the "Full dinner pale,"
campaign documents distributed by
the Republipans during the last cam-
paign, and f .which Judge is having
so much to say already this year.


The Plant City Courier thinks
Jacksonville, being the first and chief
agitator for Capital removal, should
be assessed about $10,000 of the
$15,000 which Chairman Clark sava
will be necessary to defray the ex-I
penses of the primary on that sub-
ject. We are willing, but will wager
that it will not be forthcoming.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you. ;f you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills.: Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous ;Headaches.
They make pure blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back
if not cured. Sold by all druggists. :
Treasurer's Monthly Report.
The report of the State Treasurer
filed with the Governor shows-bal-
ances to the credit of the various
funds at the close of business July 31,
1900, as follows: General Revenue
Fund, $166,975.92; One Mill School
Tax Fund, $38,411.19; Pension Tax
Fund, $47,513.07; Tax Certificate
Fund, *10,354.09; Principal of
School Fund, $47,056.55; Interest
of School Fund, $11,570.39; Inrerest
of Seminary Fund, $1,164.00; Agri-
cultural College Fund, *1,623.25; Ex-
periment Station Fund, $3,523.54;
College Incidental Fund, $2.09; Sta-
tion Incidental Fund, $275.00; Col-
lege Mess Hall Fund, $16.92; White
College Morrill Fund, $11,084.26;
Colored College Morrill Fund, $12,-
615.55; Principal of Seminary Fund,
$105.17; Bonds of 1873,Sinking Fund,
$53302; Bonds of 1871, Sifiking
Fund, $38.71. Total, $352,867.62.
A Frightful Blander
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald. Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill the
pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old
Sores, Fever Sores, Ulears, Boils, Felons,
Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile
c ure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by all druggists.
Arie Donk Dead.
Mr. Arie, the seventeen year old
son of Mr. John Donk, who resides
on the Bloxham place, died Tuesday
of continued fever. He was an ex-
ceptionally bright young man and
the parents are prostrated with grief.
The whole community sympathizes
with them in their affliction.
Can Always be Connted On.
The following letter, not written
for publication, from an old, maimed


tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite--radually grow-
ing weaker day by day. Three physi-
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying 'Elestric Bitters;'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life, and robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at
any drug store.


"The "Jacksoniville Capital Asso-
ciation" should lbe jhst enough to
the other section of the State to be
accurate in its clain to a great prepon-
derance of population. It claims for
the Eastern and Southern sections
314,000 inhabitants. It does not get
these figures from the census of 1895.
That reported less than 307,000 for
those territorial divisions. Addi-
tions by the 7,000 at a jump will soon
transfer the whole population of the
State to the eastern side of the Su-
wannee river.
What good is wealth to a man
who uses it for- nothing but his own
selfish purposes? To be sure, it is
necessary for the larger portion to go
that way, perhaps; but there is noth-
ing more certain than that real hap-
piness does not dwell in the home of
an habitual selfish man. They- are
found in every community, however,
and are living, walking examples of
the doctrine here stated.


loses
Moses Sheppa
who carried pap
IIASSEEAN for m:
State govern mei
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grounds in shape"
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son, Henry, whi
ten days ago.
paper feels the 1c
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his laundry for m
. all that time
polite and honest

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A Word to Women.
Any sick woman is invited to con-
sult by letter with Dr. R. V. Pierce,
chief consulting physician of the In-
valid's Hotel and Surgical Institute,
Buffalo, N. Y. In an active practice I
of more than thirty years, assisted hb1
a staff of nearly a score of associate
physicians, Dr. Pierce has treated
and cured over half a million women.
All diseases peculiar to women are
treated with success. This consulta-
-tion by letter is absolutely free.
Every letter is. treated as strictly
private and sacredly- confidential.
Answers are mailed promptly giving
the best of medical advise. All
answers are sent in plain envelopes
bearing on th-em no printing of any
kind. Write without fear and with-
out fee to Dr. H. V. Pierce, Buffalo,
N. Y.
Resolutions of Respect.
The attention of the Guild was
called to the death of. Mrs. Sarah
Custis, a member of the Guild, who
did a t Cape Charles, Va, on Sun-
day, JuJy 15, 1900, and the following
was proposed and adopted: This
minute is in loving memory of Mrs.
Sarah Custis, who became a member
of St. Agnes Guild on March 31,
1889, at the time of its organization.
We would record our appreciation of
her earnestness and faithfulness, and
while missing her counsel and help,
we rejoice with her upon her enter-
ing into the rest of Paradise.
Miss ELIZABETH PEARCE,
MRS. W. 0. AMES,
Mms. JOHNu A. PEARCE,
They are Better Now.
DeFuniak Springs, Fia., Aug. 4.-
Tallahasseean, Tallahassee, Fla.-
Dear Sir-Our most experienced
cattle men recommend giving one
pint linseed oil at first appearance of
disease, followed four hours later by
second dose, if first has not acted;
and even the third if necessary, and
follow this with a liberal dose of
calomel. If much fever, control with
aconite and aromatic spirits ammonia.
Think of a
woman being
sick and suf-
fering six
years when
she might
have been well
all that time!
Think of her
Staking the
treatment of
four doctors
and getting no
better.
Think of the
pain she en-
adurned-of the
uselessness of
Fr DoctarsaUe k. her life in
those six long, dreary, miserable years.
Think of the distress of a refined, modest
woman during the useless examinations
and treatment of four different doctors who
each and all failed to give her any comfort.
Think of all this and then think that she
was finally cured-completely, wholly, per-
manently cured right in the privacy of her
home without the abhorrent "examina-
tions" and local treatment so uniformly



ness. I tried four doctors and none did me any
good. I suffered srdix years, but at last I found
relief. I followed your advice, and took four
bottles of' Golden Medical Discovery,' and eight
of the "Favorite 1'r-scription.' I now feel like a
new. woman. I have gained eighteen pounds."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
medicine made for just one purpose-to
cure disorders or dis'-ases of the feminine


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Does the Metropolis really believe published without the knowledge or
that the business of the State is act- consent of the writer.
ually suspended during all, or any Only those who know the splendid
part,-of the summer If so, it i character of this grand old son of
part, Leon, and those whose good fortune
badly mistaken, and should, after it has been to get a glimpse into the
fully investigating the facts, so state beanty of his home life, can appreci-
to its readers. This would convince ate the sacrifice which such men must
them that it is as fair as it claims to make when they contribute of their
be. hard earned income, even, what to
many might seem, so small a sum:
The Tallahassee TALLAIIASSEEAN Bloxham, Fla., Aug. 6, 1900.-
in a three column editorial, opposes Hlion. W. A. Rawls, Secretary, Tal-
the removal of the Capital because lahassee, Fla. -Dear Sir and
Friend-Your circular asking five
of its expense to the tax-payers. It dollars to aid the Capital League
says the present buildings are good received and noted. Five dol-
y't for several generations, and if lar bills are a thing almost un-
any additional room is needed, it can known to me, but yout can count on
be quickly supplied The me for that amount as soon as I canll
be quickly supp h ed.1 Ihe rte in- get to Tallahassee, which will be
IIAssE. has an able advocate in some time during the latter part of
Eph Carney, of Marion county, who this week.
says the tax-payers can't stand the I only wish that I could give a
expense of renioval,-Ocala Daily ,'",,. J i.s instead tof ne.
ta. d is t all, brother. I am now as of yore, your friend,
Star. An lie is not all, brother. I U4 BLA.K.
Influential inen all over the State are
Rlobhi'd the Grave.
enlisted in lallahassees support, awi obi e Grave.
SA startling incident, of which Mr.
others are climbing or on band John Olver of Philadelphia, was the
wagon so fast we canl nt co-int subject, is narrated by him as follows:
w ns'I was in a most dreadful condition. My
them. skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,


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lacking cough ilth
made life a hurdeq
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now sleep sound
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Grief.
lie colored man
for the TALLA-
years, until the
called him into
r the Capitol
lowed in grief.
ath of his little
occurred abont
e editor of this
too, for Henry
r and delivering
years, and dur-
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lay Mr. lobt.
sed Mr. W.' S.
the Thomasville
nting to four-
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ess today. Mr.
allahaqsee, Fla.,
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IMPORTANT
OwnerS and Stock Dealers.

or horses, you should by all means keep at reailv
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SenatorSwcarilnc Dead.
After many months of suffering I
and of pain, ex-Senator Thos. PF
Swearingen past from time to enter.
nity last Wednesday (August Ist) at
5 p. m. The end, though not unex. .
pected, was a shock to his host of
friends throughout the State, though
it came peaceful and quiet as a child
falling asleep. In his death Wakulla
loses one of her noblest sons, whose
greatest aim in life was the grood of
his people and for this the people
have seen lit to honor him many
times. lie leaves a grief stricken
wife, three children and a hostof
friends to mourn his loss. (;ulf
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THE WEEKLY


iNotice is hereby given that in order to
iare publication in the current week's
all matter must reach us by
wednesday night before the day of pub-
ion. which is Thursday. When it is
possible to get them in earlier, legal
will be received until 9 o'clock
ursday morning, After that hour
ing'will be accepted. Parties will
trouble .by bearing this in mind,
the rule rill positzely be enforced in
cases. tf
---- -----
The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
lMr. 11 D. Hartt is the happiest man
town-it's a boy.
Gentr I t. L. Scarlett left last week
I Panacea Springs.
IHon. John W. Grady, of Apak chicola,
in the city yesterday.
[ Mrs. Ed. Lewis was among those who
*pent Sunday at Lanark-on-the-Gulf.
Keep the Siomachland Bowels in good
edition, the W:aste Avenues open and
ree by vn occasional dose of Dr. M. A.
fiimmnr Liv'er Medicine.
Rev p. W. Corr, editor of the Monti-
110o Tribune, visited the Capital on Fri-

lHon. Fred. T. Myers. wife and Master
lount are spending a week at Panacea
prings.
You will never find any other pills so
prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt's Lit-
Early Risers. All Dealers. -
Miss (.race Knapp, of Bradfordville,
f ittd friev-'' in this city during the
week.
3Mr. Geeo W. Bassett, a prominent rail-
man of Palatka. is visiting relatives

I teri endorse it, children like it,
folksuse it. We refer to One Min-
Cough Cure. It will quickly cure all
Sand lung trouble. All Dealers.
SMr. J. M. korbes -pent Sui day at
wfordville. He was accompamed by
J little daughter.
Mr. C. H. Parhn, of the Franklin
nty Lumber Company, was in the
ty Saturday last on bu-iness.
Attorney) -Ueneial V u,. 1B. Lamar and
rI. S. B. Lamar left during he past
eek for Blue Ridge Springs. Va.
In Diarrhea Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine is invaluable. It gives
one to the Stomach, Auis Digestion and
ssist, Nature in carrying off all Impur-
ties.
Mrs. W. G. Powell and children, of
acksonville, after a visit of a month
ith relatives here, left last week for
me.
Mr. J. J. Logan. Generail Manager of
e Tallahassee Cotton Seed Oil Mill
mpany, has returned from a business
through Georgia and Alabama.
It will surprise you to experience the
efit obtained by using the dainty and
little pills known as DeWitt's
e Early Risers. All Dealers.
Mr. Thomas A. Knight, of Starke,
been appointed supervisor of regis-
ntion for Bradford county. -
To keep young-keep well, keep the
serves calm, the body ruddy and well
ed, and with Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
medicine regulate the Stomach- and
wels.
S lr, George I. Davi came up from
kpalachicola Friday to spend a few days
Sixth th3 home folks and attend the reg-
lar meeting Tuesday of the Board of
hblic Instruction, of which he is chair-
an.
Hon.W. N. Sheats. State Superintend-
ant of Public Jnstruction, hias returned
Chipley, where he attended the
losing exercises of a summer training
school there the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Day, wife of Hon. Henry E. Day,
chairman of the Railroad Commission,
as called by wire a few days ago to
lontgomery, Ala., where her aged
other died.
For Headache caused most likely by a
)isordered Stomach, accompanied by
'onstipation, use Dr. M. A. Simmons
Waiver Medicine.


Captain and Mrs. D. B. Maxwell and
. and Mrs..Robert Philips went ,' n
Lanark Monday, carrying ca's o
utensils, ertc., f rt al man
uf. r. getthem comforta-

,ess here.
The Junior Auxiliary Society of St.
idles Episcopal Church will serve ices
cakeat the residence of Mrs. P. W.
Wibn on Tuesday afternoon at five
'clock, for benefit of famine sufferers in
The public are requested to at-

The quicker you stop a cough or cold
Less danger there will be of fatal lung
roble. One Minute Cough Cure is the
y harmless remedy that gives imme-
e results. You will like it. All
era.,


The dread of people with weak lungs
ho suffer with stubborn coughs is con-
enption. Foley's Honey and Tar, if
kenin time, cures the cold, heals the
gs and always cures incipient con-
mption, Wight & Bro.
The fire company is having a new
o-story reel-hose and apparatus house
ilt on the square north of the Capital
ity Livery Stables. Dr. Gunn at-
mpted to secure an injunction to pre-
nt the building from being put there,
at Judge .Malone refused to grant it,
rd the work will soon be completed.
The wolf in the fable put on sheep's
thing because if he traveled on his


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Dr. W. E. LewA


i, Dentist. Phone No.1
48-10t


Mr. Armstrong Stephenson is off for#
his annual trip tf6 Illinois. I
Mr. A. B. Blackburn is back home
from a Northern ur of a month. .
"Murder will t.'" Impurities in th4
blood will also sure to show themj4
selves unless ex lied by-Hood's Sarsa-1
parilla. I"
Mrs. E. A. Bo d, of Jacksonville, wa"
the guest of Mrs Patrick Houstoun dure~
idg the past wee .
Mr. J. B. Whi head spent Sunday at
Panacea Sprin with his wife-who has
been down there for several days.
' Mrs. Pelot, who spent about "two
years in the ho 4pital and mission service
at Santiago, Cua, reached here tast Saj-
urday and is stopping at "The Columns?'
Colonel S. Ci-ittenden. General
Manager of th Carrabelle, Tallahasike
and Georgia Railroad, returned last Sat-
urday fiom a boisiness trip to New Yor, .
Millions willLe spent in. politics, tl is
year. iWe can'- keep the campaign gt-
ing without money any more than re
can keep the body vigorous without foel.
Dyspeptics used to starve themselves.
Now Kodol Dy;pepsia Cure digests wiit
you eat and iLows you to eat all the
good food you want., It radically cues
stomach troub.es. All Dealers. +
Misses Cartie aud Jennie Brevard I ft
during the pa s week for a summer opt-
ing in North, Carolina.
There was a delightful straw ride out
to Lake Hall ist night, participated in
by about a do n of our young people
Miss Martie carlett will leave in a day
or two for Pa acea Springs to join GOn-
eral Scarlett. her father, who has al-
ready been there for several days.
Dr. H. E. ]almer went down to St.
Teresa last Sunday to spend the dlay
with his fai y who are staying thLere
during the 4uomer season.
The lack energy you feel, the bck-
ache and a:wrt d*wn condition gerer-
ally, all mean kidneyPiaorder. Foley's
Kidney Cure will restore 'r. strength
and vigor by making the kidney stell.
Take no subesimte. Wight & Bro. i
Dr. and lrs. Julius M. Carnm ave
issued invi ttions to the marriage of
their daugh er. Miss Eleanor Cqrine
Cam, to Mr. Marcellus Morgan, on Tlon-
day, Aug 20. at Centreville, 'this
county.
Chinese dangerous enemiesi for
they are erous. That's why all
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve are gerous. They lock' like
DeWitt's, b t instead of the all-bheling
witch hazel hey all contain ingredients
liable to irri te theskin and cause blood
poisoning. or piles, injuries andi skin
diseases the original and gepuine
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. All Deal-
ers.
Mrs. Rosa McClintock, of New Or-
lpans, is stopping at -"Acme Cotkage"
south of the Capitol. She is an eicpert
typewriter i and stenographer an4 ad-
vertises for pupils in this issue. See ads.
Mr; E. MW Rabb,. of Miami, is in the
city for a two week's stay looking after
business aairs and shaking hands with
Capital C y friends. Mrs. Rabo and
the children have gone to Pensac4la for
a short v t to relatives and wijl stop
over here their return.
Mr. F. 1W. Armstroug, Auditor and
General P4-aenger Agent of the C. T. &
G. Ralros, and his family: GenUral D.
Lung, Priu4te Secretary to the Goyernor;
Captain FJ P. Damon, Civil Engispeer for
the C. T. G. Railroad, and Mr. 'Phelps
Warden Wilson went down to banara
Sunday, e pecting to go over to 3t. Te-
resa. Thd boat which was to meet them


failed to |
spent a
returned


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and die a
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t in an appearance, but they
.i pleasant day at Lanark and
tome at night. i
e land of famine, thousands
they cannot obtain food -In
the land of plenty, man suffer
fd because they canno digest
they eat. Kodol Djpeia
s what you eat. _I L aUtly
ad radica*o- j ires all stomach
All iers.
rho are fortunate enough to be
That they can run off to the
void hot weather have; not got
a onus this week. It has been
ly cool since Sunday, covering
y comfortable before davy every


Sof health require (hat the
ove once each day and one of
ties for violating this law is
p your bowels regular by tak-
of Chamberlain's Stomach and
es when necessary and you
have that severe puniishment
upon you. Price, 25 cents.
by Wight & Bro.
ad have your correspondence
work taken in shorband and
ng b3 an expert Rtendgraper, at
le rates. Modern Shorthand and
ten taught. Lamene s prevents
ting patronage personally.
Ms. ROSA MCCLINTOCK,
Acme Cottage.


LETTERS T.o

D. Williams.
I*
IUNTINiTON, FLA.. June 16, 1900.
I hivw been troubled for nine years
with regular menses, they grew worse,
I had cramping spells every three weeks,
at ti e I thought I could not live..
Eight months ago my husband wrote
you an, I began your treatment and


TALLTIAASSEEAN:


Miss Sarah Raney has returned from a
visit of several weeks at Apalachicola.
Mrs. J. R. Colien has returned home
from a very pleasant stay at Panacea
Springs.
Miss Sallie L. Lewis has gone to
Gainedville, Ga., where she will spend
the remainder of the summer.
The greatest skin specialist in Amer
ica origmated the formula for Banner
Salve. For all skin diseases, all cuts or
sores, and for piles, it's the most healing
medicine. Wight & Bro.
Mrs. F. A. Maneely and Miss Hazel, of
Pensacola, have been guests of Mrs. F.
R. Lamb for several days.
. Col. R. Don. McLeod, a leading attor-
ney of Crawfordville, came to the Capi-
tal Tuesday on legal business.
What most people want is something
mild and gentle, when in need of a
physic. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Livet Tablets fill the bill to a dot. They
are easy to take and pleasant in effect.
For sale. by Wight & .Bro.
Miss Cassie Sweeting of this city, Mr.
and Mrs. Reed, of Thotnasville, Ga.. and
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Cromartie, of Lloyd,
were among the departures for St.
Teresa last week.
For Whooping Cough.
"Both my children were taken with
whooping cough," writes Mrs. O. E.
Dutton, of Danville, Ills. "A small bot-
tle of Foley's Honey and. Tar gave such
relief that I used a 50 ccnt bottle, which
saved me a doctor's bill." Wight &
Bro.
Mrs. H. B. Arbuckle left last week for
her home in Virginia, after several
week's stay with relatives here.


SEED! SEED!


Garden Seed.



Landreth's Seed are the Best.


Our stock of Seed for fall plant-
ing arrived this week.
Cabbage Seed that will come
up, varieties that are sure headers,
are the only kind we sell.
Do you intend to plant ruta.
bagas this fall? We are pre-
pared to furnish you fresh seed in
any quantity from a five cent pack-
age to a fifty pound bag.
We have a choice assortment of
Lettuce, Mustard, Cabbage, Beans,
and other seeds.
Remember, all seeds we offer
for sale are fresh.

The Tallahassee Drug Co.

Every One
is interested in house building, and we
keep on hand EVERYTHING that goes
into the construction of a house.
GILMORE & DAVIS Co.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c
or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, drug-
gists refund nonev.
Loaded Shells for bats at Yeager's.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c, 25c. If C. C. C. fail,
druggists refund money.
Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberts', on
Adams street, corn, oats, hay, bran,
cooked cow feed, flour in barrel and half
barrels. Besides this you will always
find a choice line of groceries, cheap.
41-tf
Capital tailoring Company.

Take Lincon's Liver Pills to
cleanse the system of all malaria-
for sale only by Wight & Bro.,
Druggists.
Notice, Farmers.
I will sharpen gin saws at 10 cents
each. Will also repair engines, boilers,
etc.. at reasonable rates.
21-m L. L. DEmLLY.
FoR SALE-150 bales straw hay and
350 bushels feed oats. Leave orders at
this office or direct J. G. Collins, Talla-
hassee, Fla.
Us ",Lincon's Chill and Fever
Tonic," the guaranteed cure, for
sale only b/y Wlight & Bro, Drug-
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THURSDAY,


St. Teresa-on-then-ulf.
Mrs. A. L. Bond will open her hotel
on Monday, the 2d day of July, for the
summer months. It has just been
thoroughly overhauled and repaired by
Mr. Shaw, a first-class contractor, who
has added several changes and improve-
ments on the inside of the hotel, mak-
ing it absolutely storm proof. Together
with new furniture and new moss mat-
tresses fresh from the factory, which
adds to the comfort and safety of guests.
In addition to this Mr. Shaw -has put up
a storm house just north or back of the
hotel in case there should be need for it.
Having come from the coast of Nova
Scotia, he understands how to construct
a building for sucb purp )ses.
For further particulars, address
16 2m MRS. A. L. BoNn, St. Teresa.


SFresh '
Garden
. Seeds...
/ True to name, /
/ Tested to germinate.
/ SCARADER'5. /
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'What Paint Are You Using?
If n-t thi' PAI'AN, you are surely
making a miistake. Investigate Ibefore
buying. jGILMORE & DAVIS (Co.


Shoes!


Shoes!


_Shues!


A large and complete line of La-
dies, Misses' and Children's Shoes
for Spring and Summer wear. Also
everything in

Gent's Furnishings,

Hats,
Umbrellas, Etc.


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Before buying your- Dry
Coods, Pants, Shoes, Shirts,
Hats. Groceries and other
goods, try Boxhorn's Bar-
gain House.


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To THE DEAF.-A rich lady, cured of
her Deafness and Noises-in the Head by
Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
Zave $10,000 to his Institute, so that deaf
people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 1174,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
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Found
jA Fir-t-class Sewing Machine for
$lt.OO. at Gilmore & Davis Co.'s.


Springs Hotel,


EDWIN F. DUK Proprietor.

Rates, $1 .53 perrday; .O0 per week; $25.00
to $30.00 p month,
Special rates will be given families or parties.
Hack meets all trains at Sopchopoy Station on Carrabelte, Talla-
hassee and Georgia Railroad.


J. W. Collins is headquarters for
everything in the. line of Fancy and
Staple Groceries. .He knows the needs
of the masses of the people and caters'
to them for the purpose of building up
and holding trade. He also carries
several other lines in which he main-
tains the same reputation. You can
save money by calling on him.

Trade at Wight & Bro.'s and
save the checks. $10.00 in hAiecks
good for 50 cents in cash. C1ll for
them. at Wight & Brb.'s.

It is Important.., .
To keep your Liver in good
order. Douglass' Syrup of
Prunes will do it. and save
you a doctor's bill.
H. V. R. SCH RADER.
Money to Loan.
Mortgages discounted and money
loaned on easy terms. Apply to W. W.
McGriff. 23-lm
Fruit Jars and Fruit Jar Rubbers, a
large stock, at L. C. Yaeger's.
Capital Tailoring Company.

Nalarion is Endorsed by the best Physicians
and guaranteed to cure Chills, Fever and
Ague. All druggists or from Moflit-
West Drug Co., St. Louis.
If you would be cooled and re-
freslhed these hot days try -Orange
Ice" and all cold Sodas at the fount
of Wight & Bro.'s Drug Store.

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billiard and pool rooms: shuffle board. and in fact all modern conve-
niences. Post office in hotel building. Telephone connection with
telegraph office. Dily mails, etc. Cuisine the best.
For further information, addresI
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and mention of in any of the biogra-
and that is that.two upper front Odd Duriala.
were very long d lapped over Not long ago there died in a north
lower ones to ang unusual extent, London suburb a lady who wished to
lower ones to anunusual extent be buried in the bedstead in which she
g him a most peellar appearance had lain continuously for nearly a
when smiling. These teeth-the two quarter of a century prior to her de-
uper incisors, on either side of the quarter of a century prior to her d-
a pan-ordinaly form line cease, and to insure, as she thought,
Sea plane-ordina*ily correspondin her wishes being respected she left a
that meets withe lower w, but correspondin o- plump contingent legacy to a relative.

leo s case they oveiapped. This n-As the bedstead in question, however,
formation came to ne y father directly was of the old "four post" variety, and
from the son of Npoleon's dentist, an unusually massive specimen at thatec
who made a memoradum of the fact. the cemetery authorities objected.
-New York Tribune Eventually a compromise wr s effected.
-New York TribunThe bedstead -was taken to pieces, and
sImane sense. from the timber so obtained a sort of
Among the Inmatis of a certain In- box coffin was constructed for the re-
sane asylum were two who were con- caption of the remains.
sidered perfectly harmless and. not It is, however, among the mining
without a certain mbdieum of common population'that instances of funeral ec-
ems. These two Were generally em- centricity are most common. Jack
ployed .in the garden and were tre- Hustler, a coal hewer of Tong, near
quentiy left without supervision. Leeds, who died -the other day at the
An opportunity offering, they plan- age of 67, was buried in y coffin con-
ned between themselves at attempt to structed to his own specification 20
aeape. e years ago. It was made of pitch pine,
"Now, bend doww, Tom," said Jack with silver handles, and !the lid was
as the two conspirators came to the hinged at one end. The deceased was
wall surrounding the grounds; "then buried with a lump of coal which he
I'll climb up your shoulder to the top, had carefully preserved for years. It
and when I'm up I'll be able to give served as his pillow, and his tobacco
yto a handd" and pipe also found a place beside him.
Tom accordingly bent down, and This latter custom is said to be very
Jack, with a little difficulty, managed prevalent among the coal miners. The
to gain the top of the wall, where, in- -tin miners of Corwall almost invari-
. steadof assistinghis friend, he disap- ably include an umbrella among the
peered on tlke otaer side and, as he coffin "furniture."
was making off, shouted: It would be interesting to learn the
"Well, I think, ack, you'll be better origin and significance of this strange
to stay on another fortnight yet. You're use.-London Express.
not nearly curedr
Rebukia the Doetor.
Thes at.ara. ,, +, United I ., sn- Doctor (weary with unsuocnmefnu lf-


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A Sauey Duebe... 'm
When "EBeggarOpera," b$ Gay, H aU
Wap p in 1728, it took thU town F
peaitiv by storm. The kin$ still W
d oug to del, .but the nobility, with
the Du ess of Queensberry among
them, feked rapturously to the "New-
ate toraL" The "Beggars' Opera"
had a of 62 nights, unprecedented ,,
i tho days, and as one result of its
nceess del became banl|ult. Sud-
denly iere came an order' from the '
lord C cellor to stop the new piece. /
Why, not exactly known less it '
Wa= use the prime minister con-
himself to be too faithfully '
ted therein. However that
may e been, the theater hWd to be *'
eloaed, whereupon the Duchess of
Quee berry took up Gay's cause and
vehe tly championed it. -
Ve, busy was she in those days,.
drlvln about in her coach asking for
gulne subscriptions for printing cop- ,
les of e forbidden play. Andj so heed-
less Kitty that she carried her _
ist to e queen's drawing robm itself
and 9a1d the audacity to ask the king I
for a- mbscription. This wa" a little
too n ch, and her grace was requested writes C. B. Hill, of Marshall, Mich.,
to w draw from the court, Kitty an- writes B. Hillof Marsha, Mich.,
noun ig, with characteristic compo- "a living proof of the efficacy of
sure, at the command was vory agree- Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I have suf-
able 0 her, as she had never gone fered 20 years from heart trouble,
there for her own diversion, but to and became so bad I could not lie
e civility upon the king and down to sleep. Physicians failed to
que Good Words. help me, and I was advised to try

aliI.M cabinet ..e.t Dr.Miles' Heart Cure, which benefited
of state are probably the best me from the first. I continued using
all secrets. When cainet min- it and now am in perfect health."
in England first are admitted to M IIS
the vy council, they have to take a
mole oath not to make known the Heart UCre
con ersation or proceedings of cabinet issold all
o l or any communications they first bottle benefits or money back.
lave with the queen or with an- Book on heart and nerves sent free.
: minister. They cannot give a Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart. Ind.
Iina of such things even to the highest
rs of the government who are
no miet ministers. No olerk or see- Sun Storms.
Is allowed to be present at cabi- The connection between the aurora,
ells, no written rerd is kept, suna spots and magnetic disturbances
s the estom not takeany has never been explained, but many
ao I; hence no one but tho crown and observations have shown that it def-
th ministers ever knows What has r initely exists.. The outbreak of a cy-
Sbeen said and decided at cabinet clonic storm on the sun with the for-
Btings. The oath of secrecy lasts to nation of spots is immediately regis-
end of life. An ex-cabinet minister tered in every magnetic observatory
Is much bound by it as an actual on the earth. Sometimes the disturb-
inet minister. ance of terrestrial conditions is very
y conversation a minister or a peer marked.
have with the crown on state mat- For example, on Feb. 13, 1892, a
must also be kept secret. So must great spot, accompanied by enormous
to and from the sovereign. And cyclonic disturbances, burst forth on
e communications that have passed the sun's surface. That night a mag-
een sovereigns and ;ministers of nificent aurora was visible all over the
..er reigns must not ibe divulged. northern half of the United States and
in cases of extreme urgency the i many parts of Europe. Telegraph-
could and would allow a breach ing was carried on between New York
the oath of secrecy. and Albany without batteries, so strong
t I t were the earth currents. The tele-
I Napoleon's 'Do Teeth. graph system of Sweden was com-
"fn the world's history'" said a Bnf- pletely paralyzed, and in Russia much
man, "there are thtee characters difficulty was experienced with the tel-
in the popular mind stand pre-em- egraph lines. At the Kew observatory
_t-Alexander the Grat, Caesar-and in England the magnetic needle swung
apleon. Napoleon lived so near our two degrees out of its normal position.
time as to be almost within the All this has furnished physicists and
ory of living men, ;and there are astronomers a fruitful field for study,
and 'a vast mass of observations has
Thousands of Cildren been accumulated, but so far no satis-
made happy and comfortable by factory explanation of the mysterious
hn R. Dickey's Old Rehliable Eye Wa- bond of sympathy between solar and
r. It doesn't hurt a bit and relieves terrestrial influences has been forth-
mnmtmon at once. Don't take an b ft
.the genuine is the only safe coming, nor does any one yet kncw the
paraion, is put up in, red cartons and true nature of the aurora.
the name blown in $he bottle. Get
for 25 cents at Wight & Bro.'s Drug "I am a switchman," writes A. J.
Jennesse, of 9201 Butler St., Chicago,
Slenty or men tooay p France who "'and am out in all kinds of weather. I
-i heard of Napoleon from their fathers, took .a cold which settled in my kidney
Sho lived in the stirring times connect- and was in very bad shape. I tried sev-
with s nm. eal advertised medicines with no bene-
wthe hIs nam, until I was recommended to take Fo-
"There is a curious fact in conne- iy's Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a
tlion with Napoleon's personal appear- lottle cured me. Wight & Bro.
*nce that 1 have never been able to


Tee Honest.
A lawyer took In a new boy the other
day, and, as he had suffered to some
extent from the depredations o* the
former one, he determined to try the
new boy's honesty at once. He there-
fore placed a $5 note under a weight
on his desk and walked out without a
word. Upon his return, half ai hour
later, the note was gone, and half a
dollar in silver had take its place.
"Boy, when I went out I left $5 un-
der this weight."
"Yes, sir, but you hadn't beep gone
five minutes when a man came in with
a bill against you for $4.50. W guess
the change is correct?"
"You paid the bill?"
"Yes. sir. There it is. all receipted.
The man said it had sipp)ld yotr mind
for the past four .years. :au He did not get any fiurtheIr' fore he
made a rush for the d',or I'hat boy is
not in the law liusin,.ss niy imore.-
Chicago News.

Sntnn Got Behintd.
Mother--o you have been at the
Jam again. Ad,;lpi'hs?
Son-The cupboard door came open
of itself, mother, and I thought-
Mother-Why didn't you say, "Get
thee behind me. satan?"
Son-So I did. mother, and he went
up and pushed me right in!-Brooklyn
Life.
.1 Diftlnetlon.
"Knogood tells me* you won some
money from liimn la;.st :ig ht" said the
man with the shrieking shirt.
"Nipe." said the .man with the whis-
pering tie: "I merely won a few bets
from him."
"Oh !"-Indianaipolis Press.

The private secretary of an Impor-
tant official is a good thing until he be-
gins to think he is the important offi-
ciaL-New Orleans Picayune


Pitts' Carminative aids digestion, reg-
ulates the bowels, cures Cholera Infant-
uum. Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Pains,
Griping, Flatulent Colic, Unnatural
Drains from the Bowels, and all diseases
incident to teething children. For all
summer complaints it is a specific. Per-
fectly harmless and free from injurious
drugs and chemicals.

s*e Liked Variety.
She is a very nice little girl, and yet
she has an imagination so vivid that
people can't help wondering once In
awhile what is going to become of it.
The little girl ean and does tell the
most marvelous tales, and when she is
reproved she is entirely complacent
and cannot see that her effective inven-
tions are anything more than jokes.
One of these she told to an interested
neighbor, at whose house she called
frequently.
"How is your mamma, dear?" asked
the neighbor one morning when the lit-
tle girl made her appearance.
"She Is very sick," answered the lit-
tle girl earnestly. "Nelly (her sister)
and I were up with her. all night. We
calledthe doctor." But when the kind
neighbor went in haste to see her sick
friend she found her in every respect
as well as ever.
-"Why did you tell kind Mrs. Blank
such a story about me?' asked mam-
ma seriously of her little girl at the
first opportunity.
"Well, mamma," said i the little girl,
with a toss of her curls, "Mrs. Blank
asks me every single morning how you
are, and I get tired of telling her that
you are. very well"-New York Times.

Fatality Follows Failure
to use Foley's Kidney Cure in time. If
taken in earlier stages of Bright's disease
and diabetes, it is cerain cure. You
have noticed the high deathh rate from
these diseases, and it is not wise to ig-
nore early symptoms when a medicine
like Foley's Kidney Cue can be had.
Wight & Bro.

A taique Hiver.
Unique In its kind is no doubt the
Mocona waterfall in the South Ameri-


can republic of Uruguay, situated
about two miles below the mouth of
the Piperi Assu river into the Uru-
guay. A great rock dlivides the river
into two separate st eams in such a
manner that the riglt arm continues
its flow on the original level, while
the second arm falls gradually, so that
It finally lies 22 feet below the level
of the other arm. T e bed of the up-
per part of the river! is not very deep,
and the water flows: partly in a right
angle to the river, tqus forming a wa-
terfall of more thn two miles in
length.
This unique view presents itself to
the traveler, howev r, only during the
winter, for in the summer, and*espe-
cially during the iiny season, the
Uruguay contains stch immense quan-
tities of water that both arms form
one single stream, navigable even for
the largest freight steamers. The fall
has been known for centuries, and a
description of it wa* published as early
as 1691 by the ReV. Antonius Sepp, a
missionary from TIroM who spent over
20 years among tle Ivdians of Uru-
guay.

Man C pare.
If man grew 4ast in proportion as
a silkworm, he w uld be bigger than


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RBemoved whNP

Surgical operations and flesh destrofg plasters are useless, painful and dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer.
No matter how often a cancerous re is removed, another comes at or near the same point, and always in a worse f
Does not this prove conclusively that is a blood disease, and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated,
blood trouble by cutting or burning ou the sore, which, after all, is only an outward sign of the disease-a place of exit
the poison?
Cancer runs in families through nfy generations, and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at
time to be stricken with the deadly mady.


Only Blood Diseases ban be Transmitted from One Generation to Another
-further proof that Cancer is a diseasef the blood.
To cure a blood disease like this yo must cure the entire blood system-remove every trace of the poison. Nothing
Can--r effectually and permanently bu S. S. S.
S. S. S. enters the circulation, scare esout and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No mere t
or ordinary blood medicine can do thi : S. S. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly
allowing the .-ore to heal naturally and irmanently. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general h
I A little pimp a harmless. looking wart or mole, a lump in the breast, a cut or bruise that refuse
q heal under ordina treatment, should all be looked upon with suspicion, as this is often the beginning
Sa badi form of can er.
Mrs. Sarah M. K-sling, 941 Windsor Ave., Bristol, Tenn., writes: 1
am 41 years old. an4 for three years had suffered with a severe form of
Cancer on my jaw, which the doctors in this city said was incurable, and
'. that I could not live ore than six months. I accepted their statement as
-. true, and had given lp all hope of ever being well again, when my drug-
gist. knowing of my condition, recommended S. S. S. After taking a few
bottles the sore begp to heal, much to the surprise of the physicians, and
in a short time mad, I complete cure. I have gained in flesh, my appetite
is splendid, sleep is freshing-in fact, am enjoying perfect health.'
Our medical department is in charge of physicians of long
S experience, who lre especially skilled in treating Cancer and other blood diseases. 'Write for any ad-i.
or information wanted, we make no charge whatever for this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA,


Look These Up.
In many educational journals noda-
days we see pronunciation tests, catch
words, etc., which may be valuable for
technical use and yet not being needed
every day in everyday talk are, )ike
certain folks I know, chiefly inte ist-
ing on public occasions. I should ke
to put down here a list of words mat
are very generally mispronounced
Everybody knows how to pronounce
them perhaps, but being such common
little things, mere street waifs, Iith
unwashed faces, nobody takes the irou-
ble to "speak them fair." Now, to
know what is our duty and fail y do
it is a much more culpable thing ,han
not to do It because we don't IPow
what our duty is. So here they are.
little, commonplace creatures, which
are mispronounced every day:
Toward, again, bade. brooch, apri-
cot, often, catch, hearth, aye, .lien.
greasy, sew, scare, years, idea, irea.
bouquet ague. bleat, rise (nounX,. arc-
tic, shone, route, gaunt, canine, juve-
nile, infidel, corporal, tete-a-tete, trous-
seau, amendment, restaurant, bicycle.
were, recipe, frontier, depot, process,
recess, romance, tirade, essay, tarpau-
lin, won.
The above are In common use and of
common abuse. Some of them of course
come from our sister, France, and
people are likely to say that they are
not expected to pronounce foreign
words correctly.-Texas School. Jour-
nal.
A Natural Lighthouse.
Stromboli. one of the Lipari lands,
has constantly and usefully performed
the function of a lighthouse for jt !east
2,000 years. Circular in outline, the
island culminatesn a conical -shaped
elevation, due to past volcaniq agen-
cy, which rises to the height of 3.090
feet above sea level and isivisible over
an area having a radius of mofe than
100 miles. During the day masses of
vapor are seen issuing from f point
high up the mountain side, and at
night successive displays of red light,
varying in duration and intensity,
somewhat resemble those of the gigan-
tic flashlight on the coast. Thi flashes
last from under one to over 20'ainutes,
gradually increasing to a ruddy glow
and as gradually fading awaf.
This island is referred to by several
very ancient writers as the great nat-
ural pharos of the western Mediter-
ranean. Now it serves the "ame pur-
pose for the constant streani of traf-
fic passing to and from thO French
and Italian ports in the gulfs1of Genoa
and of Lyons, through the 'traits of
Messina, for which Strom4ll acts as
a "leading" light. To such mn extent
is this the case that, although the other
principal islands of the Lliari archi-
pelago are marked by lighthouses,
nothing of the kind is placed upon
Stromboli.
A Dream That Came T"e.
"Talking about dreams," said Mrs.
Smith as we sat around he parlor,
"I once had a very strange experience.
I dreamed that I was just stepping out
of my house for a walk wh fn a funeral
passed by. A man with a tp marked
nine and a red sear running across
his forehead jumped from the hearse
and, approaching me, asked, 'Are you
ready?' 'No,' I replied, amind with that
I awoke.
"A few months later I was stopping
in Chicago. I was on the-top floor of
one of the big houses an* just about
to step into the elevator J when I re-
membered another thing I wanted to
buy. I stopped and looted through
my notebook.' 'Down!' exclaimed the
elevator boy, and then ased me, 'Are
you ready? 'No,' I answered, and the
door closed.
'The next instant a great crash was
heard, and the occupants of the eleva-
tor were dashed to an untimely death.
'The cap of the boy bIre the figure
9, and he had a red -.car running
across his brow." -S4n Francisco
Chronicle.

That Boy.


O'Commell and the Tipperary Boya.
At Tipperary. brave Tipperary, they
wanted to take the horses from O'Con-
nell's carriage and draw him them-
selves upon his way. "This will never
do," he said to his daughter-in-law.
"Their intentions 'are excellent, but
they'll get so excited that we'll find
ourselves in the ditch presently."
Bursting open the carriage door, in a
moment he was out among these gi-
gantic Tipperary men. just as big as
any one of them. "Now, boys. be rea-
sonable," he said. "Leave the horses
under the carriage."
"But. shure. we'd rather pull you
along ourselves, sir." was the reply as
the preparations for so doing went gal-
lantly forward.
"All right: on your own nfads be It!"
cried O'Connell ood humoredly, and,
throwing -effscoat. he set to with
pugiltstic intent boxing them right
and left until he got them to desist.
Their amusement and delight knew no
bounds, and when, on regaining the
carriage, he doubled up his hand and
shook it at them, with a beaming smile
and a twinkling eye, the air was rent
with enthusiastic shouting, and he
drove off even a greater hero than
when be had come.-Donahoe's Maga-



Legal Advertisements.


Notice of Election.


W WHEREAS, THE LEGISLATURE O(F 18-.
under the Constitution of 1885, of the State
of Florida, did pa"s four Joint Rkeolutions pro-
posir:g Amendments to the constitution n of the
State of Florida, and the same were agreed to by
a vote of three-fifths of all the members elected to
each House; that the vote on said Joint Resolu -
tions were entered upon their respective Journals,
with the yeas and nayb thereon, and they did de
termine and direct that the said Joint Resolutions
be submitted to the electors of the Suate at the
General Election in November, 19()0.
Now, therefore, 1, John L. Crawford, Secre-
retary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby
give notice that a *
GENERAL ELECTION
will be held in each county in Florida on Tues
day next succeeding the first Monday in Novem-
ber, A. D. 1900, the said Tuesday being the
SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
for the ratification or rejection oi the said Joint
Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Consti -
tution of the State of Florida, viz.:
ARTICLE XV.
That the following amendment to the Constitu-
tion of the State of Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and hill be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General Election, A.
D. 1900, for ratification or rejection.
Section 4, Article VII,. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida is hereby amended so as to
read as follows:
Section 4. Where any Senatorial District is
composed of two or more counties, the counties of
which such district consists, shall not be entirely
aepmted by any county belonging to another
s.St b.. ^ i new county that may be created,
shall be entitled to 011 Reibef in the ousemof
Representatives, in excsma-i
in Section 2 of this Article n i ,a _,"uP
meant following next thereafter, and sfftwj""n
signed when created-to one of the adjoining -"
atorial Districts as snall be determined by the
legislature.
ARTICLE XVI.
That the following Amendment to the Consti-
tution of the State of Florida be and is hereby
agreed to, and shall be submitted to the electors
of the State at the General Election to be held on
the first Tuesday after the first Monday in No-
vember, A. D. 1900, for ratification or rejec-
tion.
Section 25 of Article III of said Constitution be
and is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
Section 25. The Legislature shall provide by
general law for incorporating such educational,
agricultural, mechanical, mining, transporta-
tion, mercantile and other useful companies or
associations as may be deemed necessary: but it
shall not pass any special lw on any such sub-
ject,nd any such special law shall be of no
effect; Provided, however, That nothing herein
shall preclude special legislation as to a univer-
sity or the public schools, or as to' a ship canal
across the State.
ARTICLE XVII.
That the following Amendment to the Codstitu-
tlon ot the State of Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General Election in
November, A. D. 1900, for ratification or rejec-
tion.
Section 5 of Article VIII of the Constitution
shall be and is hereby amended so as to read as
follows:
Section 5. Immediately upon the ratification of
this amendment the County Commissioners of the
several counties of this State shall divide their
respectivedounties into five Commissioner' s Dis-
tricts, to be numbered respectively from one to
five inclusive, and each district shall be, as nearly
as possible, equal in proportion to population,
and thereafter there shall bein eachofsuchdis-
tricts a County Commissioner, who shall be
elected by the qualified electors of safd county,
at the tume and place of voting for other county
officers, and shall hold his office for two years.
The powers, duties and compensation of such
County Commissioners shall be prescribed by law;
Provided, That nothing herein shall effect the


returns thereof, shall be subjeetckl to the
r gulations and restrictions ;is are pro- ide.
law for General Elections in the State cf Flo
In Testimony Whereof, I have hen'unt set
handan afllixed the <;r-at .Sl -f
State of Florida at Ttlaliahace,
IL.JE.] Capital. this the first day of Au
A D. 11O.1
JOHN L. CRAWFORD,
Secretary of -.tat
To JOHN A. PEARCE, SheriffLeon county
August 1, 1
FORECLOSURE SALE.
LTNDER AND RY VIRTUE (OF A "fCCR
rendered on the 18th day of July. A.
11NX), by the Circuit Court of ihe Second Jul
cial Circuit of Florida in sd for the county
Leon, in chancery sItting, in a certain
pending their"' wherein Louis C. Yaeger
compiaitnt and Henry R. Alexander is defc
ant, I have levied upon and will sell at pu
ucecry before the court house door in said t-
on the 3d day of September, A. D. 1900
same being legal sale's day, during the i
hours of sale, to the highest bidder for cash
undivided one-half interest of the said Henry
Alexanderin and to the following described
or parcel of land. to-wit: Beginning at
southeast corner of lot number five in the
Plan of the city oi Tallahassee, run thence
seventy-seven feet, thence north seventy f
ihenee east seventy-seven feet and thence
seventy feet to the place of beginning; all of
above described land lying and being in thec*ly
of Tallahassee,. in said county and State par.
chasr to pay for deeds. This 1stday of AnKE
A. D. 1900. GEORG.E B. PERKINS
Special Master in Chancer.
J'is. A. EDMONt SON,
Solicitor for Complainant. 23-

Notice.
The registration books will open at the office i
J. A. Pearce on Tuesday. We'lne ,v
Thursday of each week after the first Monday
August, lVt). S. D. H.RHTOtVER. i
Supt. of Rtgi.tratio.


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NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALLY
I WILL ON THE 24TH DAY OF AUGU.
I190, apply to the Superior Court of Tbo Sol
county, at Thomasville, Ga.. where the li Ha
lies, for an order authorizing the private sale
reinvestment af the Saw Mill Pine Timberon
of land numbers 14., 189. 212. 213, 22",
and half .of 3:2. all in the 18th Districti
Thomas county (eorgiaiL The reasons for ml
sale are the act that the timber has been )
for turpentining and is now dying, andi must 1
used soon or "-ill be lost. F.H. A O
R.H. AjFORDJ al,
Guardian of Minor Heirs of Mary W. Alford. e
22-4t ch

Notice of Tax Deeda ,
To William C. Cromartie, Nixon Elliot Cro0 It
tie, Nannie Cromartie, fIllen Anlers and ye
others concerned:.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED s
warned that unless according to piovis
of the act of June 2d, 1899, you redeem wiTi
the thirty days prior to the 231 lay of AugB
1900, from all tax sales, the lands below as
scribed, I as clerk, unless restrained by order
court, will issue tax deed to W. Baiinr
conveying the SW% and NW1 of SE'4 of s
18. Township 3 N, Range 1 E, containing ya
acres and 7 acres on the S end of the wcst % i
SW4of NEY4 of Section 13. Township 3
tangeI W, WYofNW4%SE'4of NW!,4. N 'IT]
SWy4 and SEY4 except 5 acres of Sction l 1ou
Township 3 N, Range 1 W. NE!4, NE1 of S- f m
and 25 acres on the N end of -.E.4 of SEI8 0111D
Section 14, Township 3 N. Range I W. con- But
ing 225 acres. Located in LeCn county, Florod,
based on tax certificate Nos. 11 and 18 tax sieate
for unpaid taxes of 1897. Y- "Yoi
Witness my hand and the seal of theCiruitt ",T
Court at Tallahw,-ee, l.e>n Cou(t? T-
[SEAL] Florida, this 4h day of July, AL D, dUcti
1900. -
CoL'NCIL A. |BRKYAN, .n
Clerk Circuit Court Leo county Florida e
22-4arr

Notice of Tax Deed. r"0
To Annie E. Chaires and Others and all Sh(
Concerned. d 1
SU AKE HEREBY NOTIFIED AI 6
O the ac o- that unle, according to pro1Mv
othe thirty days1g 2d. 1 99, you reeemwi
1900, from all to the ay of A
scribed, I, as Clerk, iik the land l ,Tlow t
of Court, wil l issue a tax 1 trained T
Chaire'. conveying Lot 1. exce4.. tG6SI
said lot owned by Thomas Smitih,"
319-1000 of an acre, andl Jott No. IL, S
1(X00 acres. 18, 4*S-1t(XX) acres, -2o, 96
acres, Wy of 21. 4564-1lUM a:-res,
368-1000 acres, 2.4 5.)9-1000 aIim. i'll'. 2
1000 acres, and 26, 2 114- lulO acre. _
SW4 of Section 31, Township 1 Nrth. i
East, of St. Augustine Branch Lo t- 3. J di.l
Survey of Lands of G. A. Chairs, a;s persp
corded in Deed Book P, page 7T>S. com
located in Leon county, Florida l.ised (5.OI O
Certificates Nos. .1 and 5, tax sales lor def
taxes of 1S97.
Witness my hand and the seal oi the
Couri at Tallahassee, I .'., oun"ItV,
LSEAL.] ida, this 14th day of July, A. D9 W
COUNCIl. A. BIY- '. t
21-4t Clerk Circuit Court Leo i'o., I
or
Notice to Creditors. we]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AM)D EtlT0 -
I All creditors. legatees. di-tril.rtvvs a.u nd i
sons having claims or demands ;'iiiil the er
of Jno. Sneed, deceased. late ot Lf-,,nan tt
Florida, are hereby notified to Ir t'r-t; i-'iaid
or demands duly authenticat', y to the te
signed for settlement within two Yv:ar'fr0
first publication hereof or tlii now-e Will
plead in bar of such indebte.m ,-s. a t e
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate pay't' ot,
I ABB.Y SNEA', ,it f
Executor of the last will and testament o Vf
Sneed, deceased.
Tallahassee, Fla, July 11th. -.?*WI. e0
STATEiMET.
Xade.Under Section 35, Chapter 4116,


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One Way of Looklmn at It.
"Look at this, will you?" exelali
he real estate and house renting o
ist. "In this paper there is a rec
t 87 marriage licenses Issued yes
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THE WEEKLY TATAHTASS~RAN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1900.


"Well. what of it?" said his partner,
e pessimist of the firm, who was
ing back in a chair with his hat
called down over his eyes.
,"What of it?'. echoed the other.
n't you see? Those 87 marriage 11-
s mean 87 marriages. The 87
marriages will lead to 87 inquiries for
uses, flats or at least eligible apart-
ts. It's bound to stimulate busi-
in our line, and we'll get our
re."
"That doesn't follow at all. Those
licenses represent 174 persons, don't

"Yes."
"Probably all adults?"
"Undoubtedly. What of it?"
"Nothing," growled the pessimist,
except that 174 persons who have
thertd occupied 174 apartments will
after occupy 87! You give me a
Go away!"-London Answers.

Pirates of the Phlllppines.
The Moros are born pirates. The sea
s more their home than the land.
y fairly revel In the water, for,
berever possible, they build their
uses in the sea, raising them on piles
in the shoal waters of the coast.
mode of building has been fol-
wed in all the Philippine Islands, the,
uses, even if miles from the sea, be-
built'on piles. It seems to suggest
time when the Malays were water
sellers. In truth, a backward glance
ugh time shows us the Malay sea
rers setting out in their warpraus to
qHB the multitude of islands in the
otb sea mnd haunting the coasts so
to be ready to take to the water
ain at a moment's 'otice.-Leslie's
I 0pular Monthly.


$ioo Rward $1oo.


The readers of this paper will be
to learn that there is at least one
ded disease that science has been
le to cure in all its stages and that is
tarrh. Hall's Catarrh cure is the only
itive cure now known to the medical
eternity. Catarrh being a constitu-
~ lonal disease. requires a constitutional
'br- treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
). lood and mucous surfaces of the sys-
em, thereby destroying the foundation
f the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution,
nd assist nature in doing its work.-The
e roprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer One
hundred Dollars for any case that it
i to cure. Send for list of Testimo-
ials. Address,
L F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
SToledo, 0.


Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Doesn't Waste Words Now.
e "My husband," said the lady who
mbed her hair straight back from
St r brow, "used to waste words a good
'eal, but he has gradually outgrown
e-. Inhabit since he and I have know
ch other."
"And how has this happened?" th
er woman asked.
"It has just been a sort of natural
velopment-evolution. you might pee
ps call it The first letter he eve
te to me was shortly after we ha
come acquainted and before the
S as really anything like an under
ding between us. This is the wa
signed it:
"Yours, my dear Miss Weston, most sincerely.
"JosX HAWILmON EASTNX.
"There, you see, were ten words-
ough for a telegram-just to bring
mmonplace friendly letter to an en<
ut after we became engaged his fir
tter to me was signed in this way:
"Yours, my darling, affectionately, JOHsN
"That, you will observe, was a
L auction of 50 per cent from his conci
ion as a mere friend. The first let
e ever wrote to me after we we
arrived was signed:


"Yours, JOSN.'
She stopped for a moment and sigh
d then continued:
"We have been married 17 -"
ow. Yesterday I receiv- a let
f m him. Here is "' way It
igned: "J.-CH ;o Times-Herald.
W inU Make a Cat Run.
v.,th regard to color, both cats
gs appear to have little aesthetic
option. We have heard of a dog
aring to prefer scarlet to blue, bu
difficult to eliminate the effect of
nation in dealing with a single
ance. Cats, however, seem to 8h
definite aesthetic perception of
-aesthetic, for it is not ordin
ily comfort which rules. They
to sleep on velvet, but they re
ing, in the feeling of crackling
or texture of stiff silks, and there
well ,authenticated story of a
& which goes into the garden to lick
dersides of foxglove leaves and
t be kept from trying with his ton
texture of flannelette.
ut the keenest aesthetic pleasure
cat lies in the region of smelL I
uses smell merely as a med
Information, but the cat revels I I
o e will linger near a tree trunk, sn
g each separate aromatic leaf for
pleasure of it-not like a do
ce friend, foe or prey. If the i
S w of a close room is opened, the
s out, smelling the air. New dre
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Le Oyw'Gve*r WOMea.
e costume of the Pu Yudan Pen-Jen
rotten in the Shan states is very strik-
ng, consisting of a cloth hood, an open
acket and a pair of short white trou-
ger" leaching barely to the knee. But
he most important, though the least
moteable, part of their costume is
heZir colored cloth gaiters. These the
Wvo0en are obliged to wear. as without
:het it is believed they would be able
:o Iy away, leaving their husbands
mnc sweethearts sorrowful. This legend
recalls a custom of ancleit Carthage,
whlre the unmarried women wore
ne l leg gyves, which were severed
in t during the marriage ceremony.
| Akkas. also a Woni .tribe, wear
si Solar gaiters, though I do not think
same importance is -attached .to
th i.. It is probably an, emblem of
so e old custom of which the true sig.
af lance has been forgotten.-Geo-
Shical Journal.

Gettn Oan. :
ow are you getting 4a with your
Sotography?"
ell," answered the young man
th brown finger tips, m doing bet-
The snap shot portrait I took of
Curmudge must hav4 been recog-
ble."
on are sure of that?"
Perfectly, for as soon as Curmudge
w it he said he could whip the man
to made that plcture."-Exchange.

"Through the month of June and July
oar baby was teething and took a run-
n ng off of the bowels abd sickness of
te stomach," says 0. P. M. Holliday, of
ming, Ind. "His bowels would move
fm five to eight times a day. I had a
title of Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera
d Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and
ve him four drops in a teaspoonful of
ater and he got better at once." Sold
Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-
rs.
Didn't Get His Monay's Worth.
He came into the police office, his
ands clinched, his jaws knotted and
is eyebrows swooping downward to-
ard the brMtoe of his nose.
"Say:' he bawletriazresonant tones.
"Well?" said the capta'Tn .
"How much do you charge in a case-
f assault and battery?"
"Ten dollars."
"You can lick the stuffings out of a
man for that. can't you.?"
"Possibly."
"Can a fellow pay his fine in ad-
vance?"
"Sure."
The visitor laid two fives on the desk.
"I'm going to lick an imn had. and I
don't want any interference of the po-
lice while I do it" And he stalked out.
muttering.
Half an hour afterward a man came
in. Both his eyes Were puffed and
green, his nose sagged, his clothing
looked like Chilus Chilonides' before
he acquired Nero's favor.
"Say." he said gently, "do you recog-
nize me?"
"Can't say as I do."
"I'm the man who came in here half
an hour ago and paid a fine In ad-
vance."
"Oh! Well, what do you want now?"
"Would you mind giving me $9.95
back?"-Atlanta JourtaaL

Mrs. A. WV. Yangue. Oaklawaha. Fla.,
writes" Have used Dn. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine 30 years. Cures Chills
and Fever, all Stonach and Liver
Troubles, and common ailments in my
family. It is Mtrong-r' and acts quicker
than any other medicine..


One T,.o lunny For .i1m.
"Ha, ha:: They served that fellow
right." exe'n:iied Mrs. Henpeck as she
finished reading the report of a bigamy
case.
"What is it. my deqr?" asked her
husband.
"He was a rested and very prompt-
ly jPiled beca use lie took one wife too
many.'"
"Heavens! I wonder if they'll be
after me net'."- pi-* adelphla Press.
Gamlny Porgotten.
-'Can't you ren'ieiaL;er the principal
acts of your various mayors?" asked
the man who was trying to compile a
history cf the city.
"Not very well." apologetically re-
plied the old citizert. "Our mayors are
so short lived, you know. they don't
make much impression on the memory.
They go in one year and out the oth-
Wr."-Chicago Tribune.
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oees* of a Sleepint Car.
The income or earning capacity of a
sleeping car is considerable. Take the
run from -New York to Chicago, 1,000
miles. Every road in the United States
pays 3 cents a mile for the privilege of
hauling a sleeper and contracts to re-
turn said car in as good shape as it Is
received and to pay for all damages.
The journey on the limited expresses
to Chicago is made in 24 hours; there-
fore the car earns $30 a day for travel.
If it is full, which is generally the
case, receipts from berths, sections and
staterooms amount to $185, making a
total revenue of $125 a day. Out of
this must come the wages of the por-
ter and conductor-the latter, however,
usually having charge of several cars-
the towels, sheets, soap, ice, etc., the
* whole amounting to but a small sum.
.Then there are the wear and tear and
general depreciation, the daily clean-
ing,* the annual refitting and repaint-
ing. Set these charges down at 10 per
cent and give the car three trips a
week of 1,000 miles each, and we have
its earnings at over $60,000 annually..
Some can earn a great deal more.-
Kansas City Journal.

PasMing of the Old Maid.
IT'he old maid. of the past-sour, scan-
dal loving, sharp of temper and of fea-
tures is now almost an unknown
quantity. The unmarried woman of
today who has passed her twenties is
e--*, active, busy and useful Gen-
erally she is in business or has some
special art, profession or accomplish-
ment to which she devotes herself.
Anyway she is not idle. She finds
many things to employ her hands and
brains. She has little time for gossip
and less inclination. Culture and oc-
cupation have broadened her nature
and given her charity and wisdom.-
.Mrs. Mary E. Bryan in Macon Tele-
graph.


Snake Bourlar Alarm.
One of our correspondents tells a sto-
ry of a tame snake that was so intel-
ligent that one night. while it was.
roaming about the house of its owner,
it caught a burglar in the dining room.
The snake coiled itself around the legs
of the burglar and w th its tall reached
a bell on the dining room table and.
ringing it vigorously, alarmed the
household, resulting in the capture of
the burglar.-Bradford Star.

All Gone Save Experience.
Cleverton-Now that you have sue-
ceeded in getting on such intimate
terms with New York's most exclusive-
literary set and meeting so many dis--
tinguished men I don't see what you
want to quit for.
Dashaway-The fact is I haven't a
cent left.-Smart Set.

Aspiration and Realization.
Hills (at the depot)-Going away,
Mills?
Mills-Yes: going to seek my fortune.
Want to go along?
Hills-No; I've lust. returned from
seeking mine. Byie "way. could you
loan me $1 till you get back?--Chicago-
News.

The stomach of man is subject to a
dozen such common but painful affec-
tions as cramps, cholera morbus, and
dysentery, that, by neglect, may be mad h
chronic and dangerous. The best, hand-
test, surest, and quickest remedy is Pain-
Killer, a medicine which has been tried
for more than a half of a century and
never failed to give relief. -Avoid substi-
tutes. there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
Davis'. Price 25 cents and 50 cent&


A "Woman's Rights Person."
An old Virginia gentleman arose in a
car the 'other day and with a great
flourish of his slouch hat offered his
seat to a beautiful and handsomely
dressed woman.
"Take my seat, madam," he politely
requested. The lady demurred. "Take
my seat, I beg of you, madam," he in-
sisted. "I could not allow a lady to
stand, unless." he added' under his
breath, "she was one of those women's
rights people."
The lady bristled visibly. "I," she
said in a freezing tone--"I am a 'wom-
an's rights person.'"
"Take my seat just the same, mad-
am," said the gallant old gentleman
smilingly. "You are too good looking
to be suspected of it if youth hadn't con-
feased."-Leslie's Weekly.
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Shocked Her.
In an elevated train sat a dignified,
severe looking lady. In her lap lay
a thick book, whose manila paper cov-
er bore the stamp of the Y. VW C. A.
library. Beside her was a hunie and
beside the bundle a little ftinat tin box.
The seat facing her was octupieid b'y
a very young man and a white haired
old man, rather nervous. but with a
kind and Interested expression.
As the train slowed up for the Fif-
tieth street station the lady gathered
up her bundle, rose and began to el-
bow her way through the crowded
aisle toward the door. The young man
looked at the little tin box left on the
seat, but did not budge. The old gen-
tleman no sooner spied it thaa he grab-
bed it, stumbled over the young man's
feet and gently touched the lady's
shoulder, gracefully lifting his hat as
she turned around.
A look at the box and then a look at
him. That was alL The train had
stopped, and there was no time for
words, but that look she gave him was
calculated to have the same effect as
a right arm blow. And it did.
He sank back into his seat dum-
founded. The young man laughed out-
right, and the other passengers grin-
ned. Putting on his specta-iLs. the old
man brought the object near his eye.,.
and the look of amazement on his face
gave way to a sickly smile as h,'. read
In large, gilt letters, "All Tobacco
Cigarettes."-New York Mail and Ex-
press.


Pays Every Day.
One New York millionaire who earn-
ed his fortune by his o.wn efforts under
rather disadvantageous circumstances
conducts his business in I way that is
highly original in many, particulars.
One of the most striking 4 these is his
method of dealing with his employees.
They are paid every nigl+, and at the
close of every business day all the ex-
penses of running the business have
been met. and the manager knows just
how his affairs stand as far as that
feature of his business is concerned..
But that is not his object in paying
salaries every day instead of following
the usual custom and waiting until the
end of the week or month. He employs
many men who have lost former situ-
ations through intemperdnce, although
they were all men of ability in their
field. If they severed their connection
practically with the establishment at
the close of every business day, it
made no difference to the employer
what happened to the man after he left
his establishment By this means the
millionaire is able to get the services
of good men at a small salary and have
no responsibility as to their conduct
after they have received their pay for
one day's 'ork.-New York Sun.

A Single One Escaped.
Rev. Cyrus Townsend; Brady, in nar-
rating the experiences of "A Missionary
In the Great West." recalls in The La-
dies' Home Journal his visit to a town
which had been more or less abandon-
ed for 12 years.
"I could not,.'e says, "find a single
member of the church left excepf'one
old lady who had been bedridden for a
number of years. 'Yes,' she said in an-
swer to my inquiry, 'I am still a mem-
ber of the Episcopal church. I reckon.
We did have about a dozen members
once. There was'- And she called
over a number of names. I interrupt-
ed her in each case by asking what
had become of them. 'Shq's joined the
Latter Day Saints.' was the answer
when the object of' my question had
neither removed nor died. 'It seems to
me everybody- has joined the Latter
Day Saints,' I commented. 'Yes,' she
replied: 'most every one. They had a
revival here and got them all except
me.' 'Why didn't they get you?' I ask-
ed. 'I reckon because I was bedridden,
and they could not get at me,' she said
frankly. "
nime. Uliffon's 'larn.
'Is your collector honest?" asked
Mrs. Downtown of her milliner merely
as a matter of curiosity.
"I don't kno," responded Mine.
Chiffon. "I have sent her to you with
my bills a dozen times, and she has
never yet gWven me the money."-New
Ouleans Times-Democrat.

Running at right angles with the
Orange river, South Africa, are mighty
downs of red sand, which extend for
miles into the vast desert of the Kala-
harl. There are few wells, and some
produce horse slcknes.


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Short Rail ide to Savannah.
Thence via palatial express steani hips sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
ay to rNew York, making cl e connection with New York-Boston ships,
or Sound liners.
All ticket agents anwl hotels are .uIrtiied with monthly sailing schclules. Write for general
information, sailing schedules, staternoo reservations, or call on
E. H. HINObM, Traffic Manager. WALTER HAWKINS, Gen. Agt. Traffic Dept..
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,.-Ciy.. .47am 913pm ..... ......... Feraann... 725am n 16pm 7T25ev........
0'-,1"y. 93!tm t031p, ..... ........ A-r Baldwin .... 95a 840p8 m I95mu
.1 i',l.. 10 5Aam 12 w.... ..... L Baldwin
Palrn 7 ..am .. ArMcClen.y.. .....;......n 10 l I
r. 30pm .. ......... Lakeit....... .....11
a 901am 94 m........ ........ Live Oak ............. ..... 1218pl 8
8... a m 0.9 ....4... ........
94"am 9im im.....** Madison................1... Up2 g
o94am 94pm ....o.. ....... .a o ................... p 4
.10 5am 10 pm ... ...... ...... Tallak ..... .............s... pa *
S.. .O~i4 n Sam l 0I ..... .. ........ ivor ....n ....... .........
w... 112am 1l0m ;.... ............
S. : .. 1am 22M .... .........v.. Baldwin.... 1000am 0pm............
p'ng ...... ... ..... Ar r .... 10 M 10 0pm ...........
ow..ome. 1257pm 417 a........ ...... Wld 11 ......m ...
Ar W aldr ...... 19 pm 60 l .m.... ... .. ..... ..........
Baldwin .. 810prm 7e ...... N
i Jacko 8Bpm 76.m ..... ........


Cear Key. 1iian .......... -
0 5Lr' 100an, 3pa -- LvWlAdo ...... l0m s10em 2 0pm........
din..... 105ai.. 44.pvml?5"r -Ar lahuyllm ... 1201pm 645&m 20p .......
1. fpnI f + Archer ............. 00am 8m ........
LV r do 1 l47pni 1 (arKey.. .. .....2 ...... .
Starke 21pr...... 2 pr 5V LvcW do......l-i ......... ........
Ar wLi.:... 81 Up. ':U). r Hawthorne. 123pmll3pm ........ ....
Buyr T Sp'ng ........ .. ........
: ~. oa........ o14pm 11ai i .
SBelleview .. T 02pm 1i ........ ..
T.v.Tfoaa .... Wildwood.. 232pm 0m ...
.i- ........W.dwood.. 2 pl 2 m ..........
-A... r Le burg .... 310pm 40iam ........ ........
...... Tavares.... 3$8pm 520am ... .... ....
..... VT L TWr .... 888pm 645am ...........
S... .'m- .. .mAr Apopk..... 424pm 7001m ............. d
;;fam -,i, lu4pm Oalo. 500pm 820am .............
.. 27am 6 m 1 lam Winter rk 5pm ................
.. r ....i7m 6 .8pm 200 anm L-TjldwoodL. 237pm 2 .........
...'. ,. :Sln; 4am 64pm lam Ar Dade City... 355pm 425am.... I .. -
Ai 7aok;;n .; ...6 :pn *S l7am 7%pm 56uam PlantCity... 444pm A28am......
?erni9dni.. 1I 650pn () SLam O91pI 95a9 m "& ..a.... 5W0pm, 6 0am ..... i^
"Daiiy except Sunday.
r o.4, Through Pu l Q a kr Tampa to New York, via Jacksonville.
No. 3, rough Pullman& C e r New York to Tampa, via Jacksonville.
rough Pulan ar Jacksonville to New Orlean-s.
rMo. ^ Paljua U Car New Orlueans to Jacksonville.
Car nCer mrvieeo Jaekoavill* to St. Louis. via Lak* (r.
rNpo. Carull 1 s mrvice St. Loui Sto Jacksonville, via Lake 01ty.
0 tr o iqa (il i tgIv in *h imalused schedule) apply to your naei ,
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Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia R. [
PASSENGER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE JULY 1. 19)0.


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P.M. A. M.
.... ...... ........ 545 11 00 0 .....Carra
Ar. 5 55
.......... .7 1 11 14 .0.. ....La
. ... ...... ... 731 113213.2. ...McIn
.... ... .. .. 7 11 3705.0 ....Curtis
................ 746 1150 .2 ...Sopch
.. ................ 51 115 4 .....sh
S.... ............. 8 07 12 1229.5......Arm
.................. f823 123037.0...Hilliar
... ...... ........ f 33 13840.2 ...Spring
.... ...... ........ 8 50 12 55.0.0 ...Tallalu
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belle ... 0 9 55 52..................
ark. 5 943 5 12 ******* **-- *.....
ityre.... 13 925 457 ........ .......
Mill.... 15 9 20 ...... .. .... ......
oppy.... 19 910 4 45........ .......
ore. .... 21 9 5 .....................
an .. .... 30 8 45 4 5........... ..
dville... 37 830..................
Hill.... 40 820.......................
assee.... 50 8 00 ....45 .......
A. M. P.M.


F. Stop on signal for seners.
Connectons- At Taha with trains on F. C. & P. At 'Carrabelle with Apalacbhcola
steamers. At Apalachicola wii* Chattahoochee River Steamers.
U. 8. Mail Steamer Crescent City will leave Analachicola daily at 6MI0 a. 1w Returning
leave Carrabelle daily, 11:00 a. u. F. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. Pass. Agt., Tallahassee, Fla.


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