Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
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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 16, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

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HN C. TR Publisher an Prprietor. TALLAHASSEE. FLO TH URSDAY, AUGST 16, 1900 VOL. iX, NO.

w1 DDWID A PII sons,8 Maynard & N. Y.; Reading dealt his antagonist a blow with eoqs of about a week each in difer- lic buildings-ever so any of us FUNO T1
Dfl AE (I IJI (any standard re der will answer); ax, resulting in his death. W emotions of the State. Kentucky, would like to be atle to give our old JUnf 1
Composition, Swipton's New School, was arrested, consigned to a ew York, New Jersey, Massachu- dwellings anew coat of paint, but un-
'A. B. Co., N. Y.; Arithmetic, Milne's brought to trial, convicted of it, Colorado, 1 .inoia and Tennes- til we see new homes and barns and .
It HIMS orTe EilS TIhaU re Standard, A. B. 0.; English Gram. der in the first degre*, and d and probably other States have fences by the roadside, and until Th JaCiSOille SC1ool F
mar, Metcalf's, A B. Co.; U. S. His- sentence was pronounioed or will hold a summer school there is some air of life and paint at I
Apparel its F tory, Field's Gramar School, A. B. him. ear. Some are held in connec- our hundreds of little railway towns,
Co.; Florida History, Greens .or Fair Counsel for Wright took the with Chautaquas and Assem- it will be robbing our wies and chil- -
ONE CALLS FOR ANT R banks, the first by Williams & Wil- to the Supreme Court on a writ of and form an important part of dren to levy new taxes tat some am- NOTHIN WOOLD BE GAI
kins' Co, Baltimtre, the H. & error, which was overruled, leaving programs. Sunday Shools are bitions town may thrive. Jackson
W. B. Drew Co., Jacksonville; Geog- the decree of the Circuit Court to be img to recognize that they need ville offers "inducements" (on paper),
So When the Ball Stars There' No raphy, Redway's Natural Advanced, enforced against Wright. The Gov trained workers, and are using every but suppose she puts up $100,000 Thereby at Any Rate if the Sc
Telling Where It Will Stop. A. B. Co.; Physology, Steele's Hy- ernor issued a death warrant in the effort to bring this about. that would but furnish the paper FuB W e Lar Enough.
T acsnt vin n lai R I gienic, A.'B. Co.; Civil Government, case, designating July 1o 2 for the ex- upon which to itemize the bill of ex- The J laksnvill
JThe Jacksonvicalle Capdmital sv Townsend's Sh Course, A. B. Co.; ecution. Wrights spiritual advisers Fire. Nat. R- Walker Dead. pense. J CapitalRen
Association practically admi Algebra, White' School, A. B. Co.; appealed to the Governbr to grant a Like a clap o thunder fro a This removal business may cause undertake po
an expenditure of a million d C ars physical by, Houston's New, reprieve, in order that the con.- y came the announcement Tuesday the voters of Florida to go to the th rtt
for a new Capitol Budding, and two Eldredge & Bro Philadelphia; The- demned man might prepare to meet taorning about 11 -o'clock, of the polls once more, and to that extent d nrd rw.0h0 i
Hundred thousand dollars addt nl ory and Practicb; Roark's "Method his God. A reprieve was granted death of Mrs. Nat. R. Walker. Very it will not prove an unmixed evil. ol
for furniture and beau the in Education" A. B. Co, appli- until Friday last. few of her friends kew that she was Many thousands of them have for- ig that t is practically held b
grounds, is contemplated if the cants for First Grade Certificates will On the scaffold Wright showed no ntil the dread messenger had gotten the way tothe polls and these al Funds. Doe
ital should be removed to tha ty, also be examined on "The Report of signs of fear. He talked at length to iaed her for his own. Her loss is s be taught. Jacksonville will On mean that the
e and if you add the interest the the Committee of Fifteen on Elemen- those present, declaredhe was going cte rtat will be keenly felt by all have out a lot of keen witted law- .S o u u e
two items mentioned it would e tary Education," which can be ob- to heaven, sang a hymn and quietly. o knew her. Posessed of every ye who will preach removal, and oen est^ t ti sfys "hh rhe
labo to be taken from the pock of tained from the A. B. Co. for 30 cents; bowed his head, for the black cap to hristian vire, her life was worthy other sorts of devilment all over the ntiioa" r
andlar to be taken from the pock of applicants for Second and Third be adjusted, as coolly as if preparing of elation. Where sickness or tate and it may be as well for Tal-
tanx-paen re or a u n sorrow was she was ever to be found lahassee to send out. f o h
othe tax-payers for a luiuiy, not Grade Certificates will be examined for a game of blind man's buff. doi mow win he was ever to be found lahassee to send out a few of her sml ean rhpoua an? ie u
a necessity. It would be well the on Roark and on "The Report of the doing al ,n her power to allay suffer- w y warriors to be. t the gather- h el0:
tax-payers to realize that not y is Committee of Twelve n Rural A Electi Storm. ing, to comfort the sorrowing and in and see what sort of tales those hm l e epi t, a
that enormous sum involved the Schools," which.can be obtained from Last Thurday night was one that help those who ere not able to help oter fellows will tell. Better be on yle Assoiati sa, the
question of Capital removal, b tat Irwin Shepard, Winona, Minn, at 25 will long be remembered here. At themselves. Her life was the noblest the ground and fumigate any lie asillAs o ond s w h
Sthere-will be large additional n- cents a single copy by mail, or in twilight it was perfectly fair, and in- type of Christian womanhood, and soon as told so that it may be ren- hav tollh be is ds buid w
ditures required to care for th new e quantities at 15 or 20 cents, tensely hot. An hour later a small, none knw her but to love her for dred harmless. A J. H. to ld
Capitol and grounds. Fourth the an according to antit ordered black cloud appeared on the eastern her gentle ways and kind demeanor apitol, that "terms could be
this, it was stated by a ci of N SHEETS horizon. I rose rapidly and was to a. She was all that was grand Quarantine e ved. to take them up by investing
Jacksonville in the State Cony tion Stato Supt. of Pub. Inst. heralded by an almost continuous and noble, pure ind true. e Mayor Gorman ha received the principal of the Educational Fun
that a Governor's Mansion sh d be flash of lightning and roar of thun- In her death Wakulla loses one of following circular le r from the them, and long before the mat
Built and cared for by the Sta Thfs County ommifsioners. der. Following nearly a half hours' her noblest, he husband a .loving State Board of Health which is self- not a bond would be held by a
would mean another aditio ex- The Board; of County Commis- blow, during which tiape it was quite and devoted wife, and her daughter explanatory: dividual." If that was possible
pense to the tax-payers. S the sioners held *ir monthly meeting difficult to navigate the siteets for a loving mother, kind and true. To Executive Office, ate Board of advantage-would it be to the
ball rolling and where will stop? on Wednesday, Aug.6. There were wind and dust, rain came down in, the bereaved ones we say "weep Health of Florida, Jae nville, Fla., payers? The interest on the b
If extravagant methods are ubeti- present, L. C. Yaeger Chairman, Ee-Fas The- sorm amm r e b sbt .," for he -it Aug. 1s, 19t0.-Dear Sir-You are would continue forever if the pr
tuted for the conservative urse C. Smith, W. J. JohnsoA, L. A. however, about as rapidly as it came that SB the world cannot give^freby officially info ed that all pcl Was not paid regardless oj
heretofore pursued how long it Roberts and M. H. Johnson. The up and the remainder of the -might ith the God who gaveit quarantine restriction on travel to ownership of the bonds. Such
be before your property is p n call minutes, of lst meeting being ap- was delightfully cool. In faSt sev- The Breeze j ins the host of friends aid from Tampa, here fore imposed gestions point to repudiation,
confiscated? proved, they proceeded to examine, eral days of cool wather.followed. who. extend tir heartfelt sympathy i consequence of su pected yellow that too at the expense of the Ed
As an example of what ay be approve and order paid the usual Considerable damage was done by to the bereaved husband and daugh- fver infection the will be re- tional Funds which our State Co
expected from extravagant ideas, poor and other monthly accounts. the wind and Tony Varn had four ter.--Gulf Coast Breeze. nioved at midnight tht date. tuition says "shall remain sacred
S just look at Jacksonville ith a The application of Mr. A. L. hogs killed by the lightning. They JOSEPH PORTE, inviolate. As a matter Of fact, I
Bonded and Judgment bt of Woodward t the board to clean out were in. a. pen and next morning In Memorian. State Inealth Olcer. ever, the statement is absurd for
$p1,270,000.00 besides a 1ti debt the ditch froin Treadwels pond to when he went to feed them they God in His infinite wisdom and County Tax vy. reason that the available asset
the amount of which can ob- the pond in s field, and to continue were dead. Not a ark was visible ness, who doeth all things well; The Leon County Commissionersuc fun will ot be icien
trained. Her city tax rate is 2-10 the drainage I to the ditch through on them, but they had not been -sick w seen fit to call from this sphere have levied the fol ng taxes for purchase all the State bonds isau1
mills, more than three times en- Pearce's fiel4 was heard and con- and he is sure lihtWing killed them. leflns e wife of our worthy he current year general rev- 1871 and 187o What advan
S tire State tax rate for all es, sidered; and fr. M. H. Johnson was ner, Nat. Walker, to be with enue, S 3 mills; for and forfeit.- would tbeto he tax-payers to
including the State Shool T Pen- 'appointed s .t'et..l --. -
including the State School T, Pen-c appointed t take the matter in Te Taen C.y S Bcain His Ces/al Home above, in ires, II mills; for gdes, culverts all the bonded debt of the State
Ssion Tax and Board ofH .Tax. charge and t out the work tothe The Leon Couy School t houae not made by hands, eter- and permanent improvements, 1 mill; by the Educational Funds? If
In addition to this Dhval tv has lowest bidder The cost not to ex. has selected the following te ers e for t schools, 5 mills. This are m debt doe it make di
a bonded debt of three ndred ceed fifteen dollars. for the ensuing scholastic year S it reso led by Cicero Lodge makes a total of 1, mills, which, ene to whom you are indebted?
thousand dollars, which is a alien It was oP ered that I Hyes Leo Academy-L, ... De ,.g, 4 o has, Th e addedtofivemillsf Sthte purposes, oblgath o would be unchanged,
*on the property of the as of and Ann H es each be allowed and J. FM. oaleO imes d to oar brother min this his reaches only 15 mfis for State andthe taxes would have to be le
Jacksonville. Does this ord an The sum of $ .50 per month fronmthe K ; our snertes county purposes. ew places enO just the same. It 18 possible thai
example worthy of nmtai n? Do county poor fund. lliams" Wie ,, .o" a lower rat6 of iaon. tax-payers may have to pay a hi
Syou want the same infil nces to H. T. F Ikel, Tax Assessor for elkel; Maiges, 0. P. Dugge~ thragh rro's gloo m < the star of rate of interest to the Educati
control State affairs? Leon county, presented the assess- Aenon, J. W. Pitman; Lake Jackson, hope tha shies beyond. Agalst Ca Removal. Funds than would have to be pai
The fact that the Jackso ille ad- meant roll ir the year 1900. The Mrs. A. E. Moor4; Jackson Bluff,- Resold, That a copy of these Eden, Fla, Aug. 8-Editor Talla- individuals, and iu that event
vocates of Capital removal eat the Board upon an examination of the Miss Ora Ward; J Natural Bridge, resolutions be Turnished our brother, hasseean-Please t d inclosed *1.00 change of ownership would be i
value of a "dollar" so ligh y should same find that the taxable property Miss Maggie Ha~nlin; Manning's, also that a loopy of the same be fdr my subscription I do not know rious, but it never could be be
cause you to think, and bare that of the coun ty is valued approxi- Miss Grace Knapp; Spring Hill, D. spread upon the minutes of our when my subscrip on expired but cial.
by your action you do not pen the mately at tro million and twenty- Boatwright; Chairles, H. P. Wood- Lodge. Signed- know it is out y this time. Of The Capital Removal Associ
way for the expenditure of our last six thousand dollars. That, estimat- berry and J. Patterson; Friarson, W. E. LEWIS, course I can't do without it, because of Jacksonville says that tike an
"dollar." ing the county expenses for the Miss Bettie Maige; Munson Pond, ; J. P. PINsoN, it is printed in ihy iomne, Tallahassee. interest and sinking fund on a mi
Man is undoubtedly infl need by present year at $28,500.00; fines and O. L. Anderson; Oakdale, Miss Julia ( S.-W. MYERS. I never live in towhi, but I was born dollars of bonds would be $63,33
his surroundings. Spend million forfeitures ] *2,700.00; bridges cul- C. Brown; Pmine Grove, Miss Ola o t and reared min Leor county. on the basis of 30 year bonds
r1rv, ofrl a new Canin building' verts and permanent improvements. Page; Fisher Creek, Miss Florence r Not Our lark. I I see through your paper that per cent. How do vou like t

and two hundred thou dollars $2,200.00; countyy schools, $11,000.00, Howell; Luten, Miss Ellen Apthorp; -' The readers ot the New York r Jacksonville is working hard to move figures? Are you, as tax-payers,
more for furniture and fi and it was therefore ordered that the Manville, B. F. Maxwell; Miller, une in this section have been de- the Capital but if I am allowed to pared to pay that large amount
for beautifying the ground and you following taxes be levied for the Miss May Miller Eastman, M. (0. ploring the death of Wmin. Clark, the vote I will cast my ballot for Talla- nually for a luxury'
will have the magnifi and year 1900: .. Stewart; Mabry, Miss Ella Maxwefl; man who backed the "Clark Syndi- hassee, not because it is my old home,
costly surroundings whi fill the A tax of 31 mills on the dollar for Lake Bradford, Miss Julia Herring, cate Companies," the C. T. & G. but simply because I believe that the Do You See the Point?
mind with the most travagant general revenue. New Hope, Miss L. Williams; Blue R. and othpr industries here. State House is Where it ought to be In the subjoined dialogue D(
ideas and leads to the f er lavish A tax 4f 11 mills on the dollar for Spring, Miss ClaraOBartsfield; Mor- qhat paper reported him dead August and not in the southern part of the represents the acksonvile Ca
use of the people's money fines and forfeitures. ton, Miss Viny.^Mers. 6th, gave aq extended write up of his State where it is abject to epidemics emoval Association and thinks
A tax of 1 mill for bridges, cul- Colored -Linceln Academy, J. G. eventful career, his photograph, etc. of all kinds. Mr. Editor, you can see the people." Patrick represent
Treatment for Texas 'ver. verts and Ipermanent improvements. Riley, J. H. Morgan, Jonas Fraze, Enquiry at the general offices of the that I a not used to writing for real tax-payers of te State while
S. N & C. Tall e, Fla. A tax of 5 mills for county schools J. W. Davis, Irene C. Baker, M. C. 'above railroad reveals the fact that papers but I wish:that you would put wife is indeed to reresentthe
Editor of theC. Talla ae, and a tax +f 50 per cent. on all State Forbes, L. J. Johnson; Dawkins nothing has been heard by them of these few lines iu your paper so that eris nof Duval count wh e
Editorof theTalla R lenses,ispued. Pond, E. J. Attiway; Bel Air, Clin- the sad event, and further that Wm. the rest of my colored friends may t, and the ell
Sferring to an article y R. W. The applications of Julius Ball and ton Smith; Goat, Pinkey Potdame Clark has been in Europe for several see and hear from me as I am a col- n i on ge
m Storrs in last weeks p r, on the Alex. Jacobs for permits to sell liq- Ockloockonee, Amelia Berry; Hall, years. Some enterprising reporter ored man. W. F. DUIART. Doolan-"Say Patrick, wh
medical treatment of cattle, we uors, wins and beer in Election Dis- L. W. Taylor, Johnson Branch, must have run in a huge fake on the Clean Up. you build a new house to live n
beg tosay the atment edbytrict No. 3, county of Leon, State of Charlotte M. Gardner, St. Mary Tribune. If your premises are not already atck B
Ta frer wor hch use ~n lorida, were received and filed, and Lula Hilliard; Lutterloh, Maggie To Meet In Jacksonville. clean and you want to keep out of h an neeano
Slexa ever, ior wic success- the cled directed to prepare and Long;, Roberts, J. H. Wester, Pleas#, t ne
ingf neuundedlpryt ofth6 publish t ee notices required by law, ant Grove, Hatty Jinkins; Gum Pon. u a .. aon n tee trouble you had better get to cleanC 2oolan-Bu ne
I a one ndre r t v a ordered that the land of Annie L. Shepherd; Lake McBridt State Democratic Executive Comn ing up.Mr.L. R. Carter, the new look so fine and excite the ad
treated--one hundred r cent. of T. in sections 16, 17, 19 and R. A. MGriff; Kirkse, Fraes mittee of Florida is hereby called to Sanitary t we tion o te poe.
the untreated having di t w k20 (containing 1070 acres), known as ker, Poplar Spring, M. R. Baker; meet in the city oe, has also had printed notices fixed up -Wat do I care for
The treatment given last ees the Monord tract, be raised by the Macon, D. F. Knight; Spring Hill Fla., on FridayAugust 24th, at 11 has als pvritd notes nixea up looks when I am comfortable,
mTAeLHA-SuE uefl Oipol"- Board of Pounty Commissioners from Charlotte Cobb; Richardson, E.. 'clock n the forenoon, at ordinance that be will tae action whatgoodwlltheadratnof
which is very common cattle here *2.00 pe acre to 2.75 per acre. Ferrell; Shady Orove, A. A. Jackson; Wmdsor Hotel. All members o ddag nst them after allowing them a er do me
which is very common cattle here AJ Demilly, Tax Collector of Footman, George Footman; Barrow the committee are urged to be prs- onablest time foter allowing compl Doolan-You owe it to the
in spring and fall, tho we give presented his Hill, Alice Garrett. ent at this meeting, as important reasonable te for them to com pl to put up a million dollar
pLwe ge Leon h AtlhI p
the preference to a po of Epsom list eon o inty, halvenciesented double business will be transacted. 4 i t u i o
salts, half a pound of mmon assealtments, it was ordered that he Our rst Bale. A special rate of one and one- To Elect a Pastor you one hundred thousand dollar
san u nce of ginger and at be allowed and credited the sum of M. G. Gardn6r (colored) sold yes- fourth fares for the round trip will There will be a meeting of the wards building it, provided my
syrup, given at one d asa rga- .70 on said list. terday the first'bale of cotton of the be granted by all railroads for congregation qf the Presbyterian .consents thereto after the ho
tive in a liberal supply water. This 84 season to Levy Bros, realizing 11 this occasion. Tickets will be on Church on Sun ay, August 26, 1900, built."
is for a mature animal. iW Hanged cents per pound for same. Gardner sale August 22d and 23d, good re- at 11 o'clock a. m, for the purpose of Patrick-" tell y.u I don't n,
The remedies we in so sue- is a very prosperous farmer of this turning August 25th and 26th, 1900. electing a r for said church. and as I am a
cessfully combating Te fever, and In th, jail yard in this city last county, and hap been bringing in the J. E. CRANE, All members o the congregation are debt over an dolla,
which have never seen 'tten up in Friday VWill Wright, colored, was first bale of the season for 15 years. Secretary. respectfully ested to attend said borro the money to p
connection with this were, hanged for the murder of .another This first bale was ginned by Mr. Tampa, Fla., Aug. 14, 1900. meeting. others and have to pay interest
viz: Hyposulphite of sulphite negro nearly two years ago. The Raynes. Ill Vote Against It. Rea- able Reseue. taxes on something for which th
of soda, chlorate of and espe- day waf sweltering hot, but hundreds The People Will Vote Against s. Michael tain Plafield. Ill d m n i e
cially quinine. CUPPAG. of people drove to town from every Sumer Schoos. A ripple seems to have disturbed ms h nt, be n d
direction, some of them coming Sunday School work of our coun- the profound stagnation of Florida cold whih sed on her lungs;. she's no ge er conen
Text Books for mber. twenthyfive or thirty miles to witness try is making great strides in many politics. It is only a ripple. ,Sope was treated for month by her family donation of a hundred thousand
... .. ... ..A.. A Ait.ina nnt Athe least of which is restless spirit has aamin raised the cry physician, bt rew worse. He told her lars, where would I be after the b




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century the pra of stealing bodies ftl5h.e i g
from the church for the purpose I
of sale as subjects r dissection, which' 9 M
was known as y snatching," was I a
for a time very r. a met n remmm it C' .
' Various plans re made to defeat i saw treMonly. I metus .
the nefarious and crilegious proceed- I ow my baby's lif to t.
wings of the "body watchers or "resur- I msraestly ask sB mothers w .
rectionists," as ty were sometimes bave sickly r dellae hiam 1 rea
called. a very eO mnon one being the try me bottle mad sM Wat th M
erection of two o6 more small watch- es r will M s .
houses whose dows commanded Mu. LIZZIT MURRAY.
the whole buryl ground, and in J as. LIZZIMURRA *
which the frien of the deceased JoaesStatims Ga .
mounted guard fo a number of nights
after the funeral. S U ._ .
A usual method f the grave robbers i s M w 81111011S0
Was to dig dow to the head of the -L- N
coffin and bore in a large round hole : '.'' '
by means of a )ecially constructed :
center bit. It w to counteract this
maneuver that t two curious coffin- Freaks of Explonshim.
like relics now I on either side of Gunpowder explosions have one re-
the door of the ed church of Aber- narkable feature. The bodies o per-
foyle. in Perthsh. we- constructed. sons killed In such an accident are
They are solid sses of cast iron of always found without clothing, but
enormous weight. frequently one foot will have the shoe
When an late t took place one of on- This is true of horses also. If
these massive s bs was lowered by one of the feet is in the air and an-
suitable derrick tackles and chains other on the ground, the shoe will be
on to the top of coffin, the grave found torn from the foot that was on
was filled In. an ere it was left for the ground and not from the other.
some considerable time. Later on the When men are killed in powder ex-
grave was open and the Iron armor plosions, the foot that happens to be
plate was rem ed and laid aside in the air when the shock came will
ready for another funeraL .be, found wearing the shoe, while the
These contriv ces still lie on the other foot will be bare.
grass of the lo y little churchyard.
objects of curios y to the passing cy-
clist and tourist. Scientific American. What Not to Say.
FRE nEn rOD C E. Do not say, "I can't eat." Take Hood's
FREE AlD ,,-. Sarsaparilla and say, "I am hungry all
An offer prov faith to Sufferers. the time. and food never hurts me."
An ffer provi faith to Sufferers. Never say to your friends that you are
Is your blood ? Are you sure of as tired in the morning as at night. If
it? Do cuts or ratchess heal slowly? they happen to be sharp they will tell
Does your skin it h or burn? Have you you Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that tired
Pimples? Erupts? Aching Bones or feeling.
Back? Eczema Old Soreo? Boils? Do not say, "My face is full of pim-
Scrofula? Rheu atism? Foul Breath? ple." You are quite likely to be told by
Catarrh? Are y Pale? If so purify some one, "There's no need of that, for
your bloodaton wiih B. B. B. (Botanic Hood's Sarsaparilla cures pimples."
Blood Balm). I akes the Blood Pure It is improper and unnecessary to say.
and Rich, heals ery sore and gives a "My health is poor and my blood is bad."
'-lear, smooth, healthy skin. Deep- Hood's Sareaparilla will give you good
seated cases lik ecers, cancer. earingj blood, and good health will follow as a
sores, Painful ellings, Blood Poison' natural consequence.
are quickly by B. B. B., made es-
pecially for all nat9 n Blood and Skin. Rufus Choate's Bad Writing.
Troubles. B. B. is different from George Ti'knor. the historian of
other remedies use B. B. B. drains
their remedies Humors outB. B. draof the Spanish literature, was once called as
the Poisons a Humo. ou sy toms a witness in a case in which Rufus
canno rn i t a trial It cure Choate was engaged, and. being seated
when all else fs. Thoroughly tested by the eminent counselor, was attract-
for 30 years. at drug stores at $1 ed by the notes which he had made of
per large bottle largebottles (full treat- the evidence. After eying them with
ment). $5. sufferers may test it, a interest, he remarked that the writing
trial bottle give away absolutely free. reminded him of two autograph letters
Write for it. dress BLOOD BAL Co.. in his possession-one of Manuel the
524 Mitchell t. H tlanta, .a. Write to- Great of Portugal (dated 1512) and the
day. Describe ubleanree meca other of Gonsalvo de Cordova,. the
advice given. great captain, written a few years
-- -- earlier. (Any one who has glanced
SOWN B1 'GUUNPOWDER. over these remarkable specimens of
chirography will marvel that it was
A Curlous We of Covering a Roeky possible to make out a syllable of such
Crag tk Plant Lite. Illegible scrawls.)
In the groun of the Duke of Atholt these letters." Mr. Ticknor assured
and near Blair castle. England. stands Mr. Choate, "were written 350 years
a high, rocky e g named Craiglebarns. ago, and they strongly resemble your
It looked grim d bare In the midst ot notes of the present trial."
beauty, and i owner thought how Choate instantly replied, "Remark-
much prettier t would look it only able men. no doubt: they seem to have
trees, shrubs. c,. could be planted in been much in advance of their time."-
its nooks and nnies. It was consid- Caroline Tiknor in Tr th.
ared impossible for any one to scale its
steep and danlrous acclivities, and no Sweet and Low.
other way wa thought of to get seed A young man named Sweet engaged
sown. to marry a young woman named Lowe.
One day Ale ander Nasmyth, father A few Sundays previous to the wed-
of the celebra engineer, paid a visit ding the happy couple attended church
to the duke's rounds. The erag was together, and as they walked along the
pointed out to lm. and he was told of aisle the choir began singing the song
the desire of the duke regarding it. "Sweet and Low." entirely unconscious
After some ought he conceived how of the musical pun that was being per-
It could be a mplished. In passing petrated. "And all this happened in a
the castle he noticed two old cannon, city in Michigan."-Choir JournaL
He got a few mall tin canisters made
to fit the bor f the cannon and filled Best for the Bowels.
them with a riety of tree. shrub anal No matter what ails you. headache to
grass seeds. he cannon was loaded a cancer, you will never get well until

In the usual y anedfired at the roc yourbowels t the ro your-bowels are put right. CAA
from all sides help nature, cure you without a gripe or
The little sisters on striking tl* pain, produce easy, natural movements,
rock burst, ttering the seeds I cost you just 10 cents to start Wtting
seeds were los bt your health back. CAscAurts Candy
directions. ny seeds were lost. b Cathartic, the genuine. put up metal
many more l into the ledges or boxes, every tablet has C. C. C. stamped
cracks where ere was a little moss or on it. Beware of imitations. m
arth. e soon showed signs *f
jife. and in afew years graceful tree Numerous observations prove that
and pretty clibing plants all sown by the use of tobacco tos a potent cause of
gunpowder *re growing and flourish- disease of the eye. Total blindness
lag in nearly every recess of the fdr- from degeneration of the optic nerve
merly bare.' y crag, clothing it with has been traced to this cause. Recent
verdant het u observations point to tobacco and alco-
-- --. hol as the great causes of color blind*
ness, and this accounts for the fact

e Uri
T p
hy Purse4
Nod fi ralk-fag, 4uck
of o "that ti edfedeing" secr
pts me his parse. stuknd
J~ "
i4tEJsD; fronimpure, dug
Mood that y caes through the eeins.
Hood's Mahes the floe
J l-

that It is much more common in men
than in women.-Health Culture.
The lame Sloux.
The Indian name Sioux, as it ap-
pears in such town qames as Sioux
Falls. Sioux City and Sioux Rapids, is
usually pronounced "Soo," but some-
times. in the east chiefly, that simple
pronunciation is not known. A com-
mitteeman not long ago visited a school
In New ihgland, where he heard the
pupils say "Si-ox" with complete as--
strance. At a favorable opportunity
he quietly spoke to the teacher of the
error, saying, "You know, it is 'oo,'"
whereupon she asked the attention of
the school and solemnly announced:
"You have all been pronouncing this
word wrong. It is not '81-ox,"'but 'Soo-
ox.'" The committeeman lacked the
courage to pursue the subject further.

A M Uiprtimets In Air Pir t State and Coagressioal Speakers Will
In the Bleveath Centurr. Unite in Both Districts.
Credible accounts exist of an English September 3-Mi=; night
Benedictine monk. Oliver of Malmes- Sptember -Mlam, night..
bury, lo the eleventh century having September 4-West Palm Beach,
tried to fly by precipitating himself day.
from the height of a tower with the as- September 5-Titusville, night.
distance of wings attached to his arms September 6-Daytona, day.
and his feet. It is said that having September .7-St. Augustine,
gone along a little way he fell and night.
broke his legs. He attributed his acci- September 8-Fernandina, night.
dent to failure to provide his apparatus September 10-Macclenny, day.
with a taiL which would have helped September 11-Lake City, day.
preserve his equilibrium and made his September ll.- Jasper, day.
descent a gentler one.Jasper, ay.
In the sixteenth century Leonardo da September 13-Live Oak, day.
Vinci first demonstrated that a bird, September 14-Madison, day.
which Is heavier than the air, sustains September 15-Milton, day.
Itself. advances 'n the air. "by render- September 17-Pensacola, night.
ing the fluid denser where it passes September 18--DeFuniak, day.
than where it does not pass." In order September i-S-Milligan, night.
to fly it has to fix its point of support September 19-Westville day.
on the tair. Its wings in the descend- ptember 1-Westvlle, day.
ing stroke exert a pressure from above September 20-Vernon, day.
down. the reaction of which from be- September 20-Chipley, night.
low up. forces the center of gravity of September 21- Marianna, day.
its body to ascend at each instant to September-22-Quincy, day.
the eight at which the bird wishes to September 24-Wewahitchka,day.
maintain it. Some sketches which September 25-Blountstown, day.
have come down to us prove that Leo- September 26-Bristol, day.
nardo occupied himself, like Oliver of September 27-Apalichicola, day.
Malmesbury, with giving man the pow- September 28-Carrabelle, day.
er to fly by the assistance of wings( ll dri,. ,d .,e ei -.J
suitably fixed to the body. (Party will divide both meetings).
We owe to Leonardo also the inven- September 28-Crawfordville,
tion of the parachute, which he de- day. (Party will divide both meet-
scribed in the following terms: "If a ings).
man had a pavilion each side of which September 29-Tallahassee, day.
was 15 braces wide and 12 braces high, October 1-Monticello, day.
he might cast himself from any height October 2-Perry' day.
whatever without fear of danger." It October 3-Mayo, day.
may be said. too. of Leonardo da Vinci October 5-Lake Butler, da.
that he was the first to suggest the October 5-Lake buter day.
idea of the screw propeller.-Apple- October 6-Gainesville, day.
tons' popular Magazine. October 8-Ocala, day.
October P-Leesburg, dav-.
Don't think that your liver needs trea+- October 9-Wildwood, day.
ing if vou are bilious. It don't. It's October 9-Orlando,, night.
your stomach. That is, your stomach is tober 9-Orlando, n ,ht.
really what causes the biliousness. It October 10-Kissimmee, day.
has put your liver out of order. October 10-Lakeland, night.
See what's the matter with your stom- October 11 -Barto day.
ach: ..October 12-Arcadi, da
Sick stomach poisons liver and then ctob r "1/i- ay.
there's trouble. Shaker Digestive Cor- October 13-Fort y eri, night.
dial cures stomach and then all's well. October 16-Brooksville, day.
That's the case in a nutshell. October 17-Invernss, day.
Shaker Digestive Cordial is no secret. October -- )ade Cit, day.
Formula's on every bottle. But it's the Octobe ade
simple, honest way it's made, the honest October 20-Key West, night.
Shaker herbs and other ingredients of October 22-Braidentown, day.
which it's composed that makes it so October 22--Tampa night.
Any real case of indigestio and hil. ctobir 23-1eLand, night.
iousness can he cured with a few bottles October 24--Palatki, day.
of Sbaker Digestive Cordial. Try it. October 25-Green Cove Springs,
At druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 day.
per October 26-Cedar Keys, night.
-- October 27-Bronson, day.
owx He )eit ; ,wald. October 31--Jacksonviile, night.
In appearance Osmar Pasha, the
lion of Plevna, was handsome and pre- A minister's Good Work.
possessing, looking a born leader of ,, ..
men gr,lo Noki a n o "I had a severe attack of bilious colic,
men.' Like Napoleon, he was always got a .bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
distinguished by the plainness of his Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy, took two
uniform. Hie had a queer habit of al- doses and was entirely cu red," says Rev.
ways, even in battle, carrying a pen- A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan. "My
ell behind his ear, butt end foremost. neighbor across the street was sick for
He was taciturn, grave, abrupt and over a week, had two or three bottles of
disdainful of forms and etiquette. He medicine from the doctor. He used
hated all foreigners, especially Ger them for three or four d s without re-
Gr lief. then called min an r doctor who
mans. Russians and English. As for treatedhim for some da and gave him
war correspondents, he entertained the no relief, so discharge him. I went
utmost detestation of them. whence over to see him the nex-, morning. He
the 'deeds of his army were never said his bowels were in a terrible fix,
chronicled as they should have been. that they had been running off so long
He had a strange method of dealing that it was almost blooc y flux. I asked
with cowards. He would send for him if he had tried Chanberlain's Colic,
the and .ublilyl box thi ear.. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he
S, n publil the ezt said. "NO.' I went home and brought
When really angry, his rage was tern- hi my bt a gav' him one dose;
ble. told him to take another dose in fifteen
After the sortie and the surrender he or twenty minutes if he did not find re-
was seen to-be weeping tears of rage lief, but he took no more and wasen-
and shame. He was. it may be, a tirely cured." For sae by Wight &
little touched by the Czar Alexander Bro. and all medicine dealers.
II, who came up to him and said:
"I congratulate you on your superb -
defense. It is one of the finest feats s-eet of Pateral Ezanile.
of military history." Mr. Tucker, who sometimes goes
And that Is the judgment of poste- gunning, was trying tp teach Tommy
ty.-Pittsburg Dispatch. the meaning of the word "brace" as
applied to game.
Leemats Good to Eat. "Now, Tommy," he said, "if you

All native African races eat locusts. should go hunting and kill 20 pheas-
With many It takes, and has to take. ants, for Instance, hw many would
the place of the British workman's You say you had baggd?"
beef and mutton. In a good many vil- "Fifty," replied Tommy. Chicago
lages sun dried locusts are an article of Tribune.
cnnmmrcae. The SnjdA a nenp imp ____ ________________

larly fond of them.
Before they are eaten they are toast-
ed. The wings and legs having first
been torn off. the long. soft body and
the crisp bead form the delicacy.
- I determined not to let my European
prejudices Influence me. but to give
the dish of grilled locusts a fair trial.
I thought how John the Baptist had
enjoyed them plus wild honey.
The one I was renting was rather
nice. I -agreed with my Arab servant
that. should the meit supply fall short.
a dish of locusts would be a very good
By the time I was eating the sec-
ond locust It seemed to me absurd.
why one should have a sort of lurking
pity for John the Baptist's daily menu
unless it be for Its monotony, and I
felt convinced that I should get tired
of honey sooner than I should of lo-
custs.-Current Literature.

Hali's Gret Discovery.
One small bottle of Halls Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, oure diabetes,
seminal -nwiwolm weak and lame

Women suffs&
troubles an-

meants and th

delicate orim woman. What
the serera, ought do i to gi

anicfans w
busy with othe
Fe that
they do not un*
derstand fully

which is the th cre pecarovidedl
ments 'and the
delicate orgmal woman. What
the sufferer ought t do is to give

which is the tra cr provided
by Nature for all fmale troubles. It
is the formula of a physician of the

Th Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
-o and has been made under his per-
0 7;7.-# sonal supervision since its infancy.
SyAllow no one to deceive you in this.
Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex,
riments that trifle with and endanger the health of
1 -ifts and Children-Experience against Experiment.

toria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
d Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
ntains neitlrer Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
stance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
d allays Feverishness., It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
6olic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
lnd Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
'he Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.


p IV'"" V 1 w rot1m a% srior w""1
4] Bears the Signature of

[e Kind You Have Always Bought

SIn Use For Over 30 Year
i MEC cETAURn eoPNv. T7 MUMRAY qu.wr. nrewVOnK CITY.


Ancrican Bcautics

J Sunshine makes
~ the Perfect Rose and

SP- P-P- the Perfect

Po. p. p.


(Llppna..'s Great Remedy.)
Thousands of women are
t suffering needless pain and
humiliation from Blood
^Poi son, duem to te asorpton
of Impurities from rgur
SP. P. P. will put room of
health In cheeks disfigured
by pimples, moth, vulgmr
.-V *redness or eczem .
I 1. + P.P.P. is a sovereign
I A fic for all forms of Blood
S, ,Poison, Rhemn-ti", Catarrh
and Dyspepsia

S writes: 91d a tired felm *
wasrua dew. Igot a etle
p.P. aP. d it red In a week's
time. BDeo* that I could Wt
maythig.. New wlet atnvnryal
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Line of Steam Fittings, consisting of Piping, Pipe-fittings
sectors, Inspirators, Whistles, Sm Gauges, Check and Globe
ves. Also. a full line Rubber and Leather Belting, Lace
their, Belt Hooks and Steam Packing. A full line o
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olHURCHi* i
.8 Clo tCh. Couth. WVJW. C
tor. Servtt: Patbrg tx
jA. MJ;'L0P.M. Sab-E0 ath Be
prayer Meeting. Wedmay at 1
Pastor. ServCwmwUleb.d
Sunday atn10 A. a.n10 P.
free and the public coidlly in
tend. Bhool at IM A.
MeeUing. wedu _eneda. TJI) N.
tian Endeavor Meetng. 8:0 P. N
BarnsrPT CUHacs.Rev. .
pastor. Preaching at U a. m.
every Sunday. sunday School
Prayer Meetting Wednesday 7 p.
welcome tis extended to all.
fr. JOHa 3 EWPaCOPAL C c
Carter, Pastor. Se s:
Sunday-U A.M'%T u P.M. Fiay
vist t TU P. M. Sunday
CATHOLIc CaHUnc. Rev. J. L.
tor. 8eryiee: llhh ab ad erand
Cat fcn~i M. MotStr h
On week days. NastL46 A. M.
BIBxL DalP6osrtohJ.iblIl 1to1
times at cost pries at The TA
C. B. Church Sunday School
protesorJ. G. Riley 8upints
g- trat3ap.m.naS n p.m. .
we *auraday night. .F.B
ton of the Lioary Citi
meetings on the third Friday e
month at 8 m. at the Ubary.a
Thoee who are minterasted I
ence will e welcomed atthe 1
SC.Lew a, where the serxite
Sunday at ji:.0 a.n. ednedays
L 0. 0 F
lBReBular meetings of IaW
j, areheld every TiwedaW19
lodge Room, at 8 o'olock. Al
good ending are invited to attem,
R. L. CoauIsN. .I b. j
OUILLk BeiCmpu TrNo e ame,
st their Lodge Room, at o oc.
archein dnniu .
w. H. CAMn C. BSribe.

Talahamee Lode, o. a
and fourth Thurday eveniWOt
ast Masonic HallE pgILBICK
W. H. CRAirY. iReporter.
Cicero Lodge No.0 K. ofP.1
Thursday eveningin Cte H
Thnig are cordall nvited to a
Knightare H. C. CRAMI3!
J. F. HILL, K.of kIR.
(B. S. ofthe.)
Holds its mectug every W
ing at eight o clock, at its LodG
stab, one door eas t of the annex
House. All members of the
.otnd.g are.eordiall invited to
Tae regular convocaton of Fh
Chapter No. 1, will be held on the ,
Fourth Mondays of each month a
r BRegular mee of JAO
o. 1, are held on the rt and t
in each month. at g oocL rP. P .
grufesiuna (a

Call and have your correimpondec
work taken in shorthand and type
expert Stenographer. at easo.nber
'hotand and Typewriting taught
prevents my soliciting patronage

Office over Capital City


Graduate 1894, Umvesity i
Baltimore; Post Oaadt
flaskel Scoo00, C00ai
r" Preservation of Natur
Gold Crowns, Bridgework, r
Plates a Specialty. Gas admn

Sbiter, t-

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seats ae
lied to at.
I. Prayer
DimC hrs.
sd Tp. m.
4 4 p. m.
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and legal
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J. H. WTT.T.TA 1S,
Repairs all kinds of Householdt of
everyday use. Trunk s, SLoklS
Keys. Fastenings Gunsstolut-
fits. Umbrellas, also cycls and I Ma-
chines. Shop on Jeferon 8tree. New-
City Market. Work done O abort n-sd
at low oricee. *

A. J. FIS,

Contractor .

anda Buler
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, kept
in stock at all-times.


Gent's urta shng s

tt mont tling salven the work

Foley's Kidney Cure

Foley's Honey -d Tar
ftMchiWEm aftew No piotdtm

- -
Foley's Honey and Tar
bhwk wlhsw stops the coqkL

Tb e Expanatien.
One morning the readers of a certain
newspaper were perplexed to see in
type the announcement that "the Sco-
tus handed down an Important deci-
sion yesterday." The afternoon paper
of the town with which the morning
paper for y4ars had held a bitter con-
troversy. i4eresting none but them-
selves, laug ed that day, as the poels
say, "In ghoulish glee," and It was up
to the morning paper the next day to
explain that "the types" made them
say that the Scotus did so and so when
the telegraph edit should have known
that that wqrd d merely the abbre-
viation of tile tel rapber for supreme
court of the nlt Btates.

Municipal ownership long ago passed
out of the stage of theory and experi-
ment, if in fact. It ever belonged there.
Centuries before America was discov-
ered public ownership of public utili-
ties was highly developed. The city
of Rome 2,000 years ago possessed its
splendid public baths, Its superb
aqueducts and other utilities owned
and manager by the government.

No wonder they call it roasting a
man to rake bim over the coals.-Phila-
delphia Record.

The man who is afraid he may work
too hard never- does.-Chicago Times-
For Over fiftMT ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
meen used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success.a It soothes
the child, softens the gums;, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
the poor lUtle sufferer immediately.
Sold bydruggists in every part of the
world. Twet ty-five cents a bottle. Be
mre and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," axd take no other kind.

flow to Give a Cat Meileaie.
A New York gentleman has a very
fine Angora cat. and so fine a specimen
of her kind that she is famous in a
large circle of fashionable folk. She is
.not rugged is health, yet she cannot be
persuaded tri take physic. It has been
put in her milk, it has been mixed with
her meat, it has even been rudely and
violently rubbed in her mouth, but nev-
er has she been deluded or forced into
swallowing any of it Last week a
green Irish girl appeared ae among the
household servants. She heard about
the fallure'to treat the cat. "Sure,"
said she, "give me the medicine and
some lard, and I'll warrant shell be
eating all I give her!"' She mixed the
powder and the grease and smeared It
on the cat's sides. Pussy at once licked
both sides clean and swallowed all the
physic. "Faith," said the servant girl,
"everybody in Ireland does know how
to give medicine to a cat!"
Reading a Book.
A writer in the New York Medical
Journal says that the curved pages of
the ordinary book are injurious to the
eye of the reader. The curvature ne-
cessitates a constant change of the fo-
cus of the eye as it reads from one side
to another,.and the cilliary muscles are
under a constant strain. Moreover,
the light falls unequally upon both
sides of the page, further Interfering
with a continued clear field of vision.
It Is suggested that the difficulty might
be obviated it the lines should be print-
ed parallel to~ the binding instead of at
ixghz *a1nes to it




Why the Doctor Had a Premoniltion
That Misfortune Had Overtaken a
WFealthy Planter-How the Story fW
the Crime Leaked Out.
The story was told by a police com-
missioner of another city who was in
New Orleans recently on a visit.
"The most ingenious murder I ever
knew anything about," he said, "was
committed by a young physician. He
was a. rising practitioner at a place
where I formerly lived, and, with your
permission, I will speak of him simply
as Dr. Smith.
"About a- dozen years ago, as nearly
as. I remember, this young man went
on a visit to a relative in a neighbor-
ing city, and one afternoon, on the
third or fourth day of his stay, he
startled a lady member of the house-
hold by remarking that he 'had a feel-
ing' that some misfortune had over-
taken a wealthy planter whom they
both knew very well, and whom I will
call Colonel Jones. The colonel was a
prominent resident of the doctor's
home town and had a large outlying
estate, which he was in the habit of
visiting once a week.
"On the day of Smipth's singular pre-
monition he was on one of those tours
of Inspection, but failed to come back,
and the following morning his corpse
was found lying In a corufleld. He
had evident been dead about 24
hours, and from the appearance of the
body seemed to have been seized with
some sort of fit or convulsion.
"Of course the affair created a great
stir, and the police made a pretty
thorough investigation, but the only
thing they found that merited any
special attention was a small, round
vial in the dead man's vest pocket. It
was about the diameter of a lead pen-

A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Cascs-
rets Candy Cathartic. the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C.C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day: 10c., 25c., 50c.
Sample and booklet free. See our big

ell by four inches long, ana haa orig-
Inally -contained a couple of dozen
medicinal tablets, which, lying one on
- top of the other, filled the little bottle
to the cork. A few still remained in
the bottom.
"Upon inquiry It was learned with-
out trouble that the tablets were a
harmless preparation of soda, and that
Jones himself had bought them at a
local drug store. That ended suspicion
in that quarter, and, for lack of any-
thing better, the coroner returned a
verdict of death from sunstroke.
. There was no autopsy.
"Some time after Jones had been
buried," continued the police commis-
sioner, "I learned accidentally of Dr.
Smith's curious prophecy, and it set
me to thinking. Eventually I evolved
a theory, but it was impossible at the
time to sustain it with proof, and for
five or six years I kept it pigeonholed
in my brain, waiting for something to
happen. Meanwhile, to everybody's
surprise, Dr. Smith went to the dogs.
He began by drinking heavily, grad-
ually lost his practice, and finally
skipped out to avoid prosecution for
cashing a fake draft. After his flight
I learned enough to absolutely confirm
my theory as to Jones' death. What
had.really'happened was this:
"Dr. Smith owed the old man a con-
siderable sum of money and had given
a note, upon which he had forged his
father's name as indorser. The plant-
er was pressing him for payment and
had threatened suit, which meant in-
evitable exposure. One day, while
they were conversing, Jones pulled out
a little glass vial and swallowed one
of the tablets it contained, remarking
that he took one daily, after dinner,
I for sour stomach.

1 -~




Aad th Weak are Retered to al Visor
Strdesgth at the Handf other im es
est Healer of Modem Times.

co&...dWtlos and medicines, whoA few moingtna
have returned im I m orom heto gl
Al l .. him Utheir UiankL
AN 0 IDr. Batbmwaytre ba aDf

V "go UlmaWnm, M *MW

Catearrrhe nsam r. Kidneyl er to
an&aaae R n-loo te abrnaedtureian1 1

pOaUera ll yrdwaeaetmseteMODOe
oevu aDr. Mtuamj" t .au
peewahiV St reetof mtasg b,

"That suggested a alfm oo.lseee
of assassination, which the doctor pro-

the colonel next day asked him to let

oud o the addrss oe the maker
from the label,
"Jes handed it over unsuspecting-
ly. assassind while his attention was brieflo-
ceeded to put elsewhnto execution Repair-n
igably certain thatoffice, he made upis victim would take

it on the fifth day from that daencounte.ring
Next mcolorning he left town. so ashim to let

consummated, and some mysterious,I
unhim hontollablve te impulse evidently led

him to makcopy the address diction that fimakerst
"Joexited my ss adeduspicit over unsuspecting-
y. and whie his attention of all this, Iefly
located Smith in Oklahoma and waste
prepaby contred tablet. He pl anced it dyuingder
the treup four thus making it reason-

maned ever sin he left town so as to

Pbe fardon mawaye for askin trageid one ofwas
consummated, and some mysterious

the ism teo make t"bheut reis that really truest
excited my suspicion. u
When I made entertain oing all this
located Smith in Oklahoma and was
on the point of applying for an extradi-
btion warrant when he anticipated me
by contracting pneumonia and dying.
"I thereupon rely true" replied theo its

mental pigeonhole was likhere most has clevere-
criminedls-evhe had si one weak spot He
Pas rdo me for asking said one of
the listeners, but is that really rs.true

A woman just arrived from Aus-t
traya was rec you ently negotiaining us with

an agent ing fictiondon for a house I O
"It madam, true." replied the house agent.
narrator is not correct to say that a girl
Butgh ow did you learn the particu-
Well," saidhe maypolic some commissioner,
milng.but she can'"Smit render a s like most clever
criminals-he had one weak spot. He
was fool enough to tell a woman. She
blabbed."-New Orleans Times-Demo-
Ate Course Dinner.
A woman just arrived from Aus- have never
trala was recently negotiating -wy oth
an agent in London for a house big Alaskane
of the newer districts of Kensington.
She asked if it was a nice neighbor-
hood. "It is thoroughly desirable,
madam," replied the house agent.
"They are without exception soup and
fish families."
It is not correct to say that a girl
"renders" a song. If she lives long
enough tmenon, become of some use in the
world, she may some day render lard,
but she can't render a song.-Atchison

tane you can also heariver that have neverocks
rolling overom the moubedth of the ukoriver, and

rolling over the bed of the river, and

this produces a most peculiar sound."-
Portland Telegram.

I Jaury Room Gem.
A gem from the records of a Missouri
court, given in an address by Hon.



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MArUAcrW o0w




d oLaom* -so oal w
bnahhei & -Sao er twemty years.
qeg ad y abarteed r at of IUnota
Le-imiamte. Capital ( y pad) sleo..Oe.
The old0t, Nragest, 4 relimae a& adam.
eesifulMedleal Itltms a the 8.
.Private roon for aata wit facilities
for any emergency. Z Ray, mlereeoplcal
and Uabseopk alwEz.4ns. are made aIn
all cses whommeer dlass Is deul.

eep, my beloved. To sleep and dream is bt.
The night to us is peace, the day unrest,
For day, while parted., lrin;s to us but pain;
la dreams we live the 4dar past o'et again.
We weep not in pur s!eep;
Our tears are for the ay,
Which smiles, while I but weep,
For thou art fair away.
Bushed be the voices of the garish day-
Its frets and cares and sorrows swept away;
Forgotten quite the interval of years
Sice last we met, with:all their bitter tearl
Sleep, love. To ilream is best.
Our waking is-but "-tin;
In sleep alone we rest
And live the put again.
Seep, my dear love, and be thy dreams of mel
Waking or -sleeping, I stial think of thee,
But dreams make present time of all the past;
The night restores thee-4would my dreams might
Dream, dear, till'the day breaks
And earthly shadows flee,
Where morn to grief ne'er wakes
And I be one with thee.
-Neil Macdonald in Harper's Bazar.

The Door Remaled Open After a
Very Fereibe Argument.
An old story is t1d of Joseph Robl-
doux. the founder of St. Joseph, that
had its origin in Holt county in the
early settlement of that section. The
trader who started the city was re-
turning to St Josepp with a number of
red Len. and they *topped with an ac-
qua-ntanee of Robidoex's close to
the house. and Rob loux went in to re-
maiin overnight as the guest of his
The settler closedithe front door aft-
er tlt'y had retired, ind Robidoux, who
was used to sleeping in the open air,
we nt softl& to it ad opened it. The
.wner of the houst waited'until Robi-
doux was in bI again, and the settler
c !,,ed it. That w4s repeated a dozen
times. "The next! time that door is
closed there will bp trouble," said the
man who had founded St. Joseph. He
resumed his couch with that.
The owner of the house closed the
door, and Robidou4 met him as he was
returning to his bed. They clinched
and fought by the| light of the moon
that came in through the window. It
was a hard fight land lasted a long
time, but at last Rlbidoux had the set-
tler on his back an4usat astride of him.
He tangled his hands in his hair and
bumped his head against the puncheon
floor. "Open or sht t?" he asked. The
settler struggled, bat did not say a
word. His head 'was bumped many
times, and the question was repeated.
Finally the settler was exhausted.
His head was bumped again, and Ro-
bidoux asked, "Open or shut?"
"Open," answered, the settler, and
they went to bed with the door stand-
ing wide open, admitting the fresh air.
-Kansas City Journal.

The game of golf was put down by
an act of parliament in Scotland in
1841 as a nuisance. Then fines were
Inflicted on people who were found
guilty of playing the game, for it inter-
fered with the practice of archery, as
men preferred wielding the club to
pulling the bow.

An Exeeption.
In the treatment of skin diseases it
is said that the rays of the sun are
quite efficacious. They can't cure
freckles, however.-Bradford Era.


-ManufActuers of-


And BMilirs' Supplies



New People--New tock-New Prices--
Old Post Office.


Come and see us, if only to look.
An date stok. Prices right.
Best Soda Water in the City. All
the New and Drinks.
Don't be out.of the push, but come
and trade at our store.
Williat, 'MTE DRUGGIST."
In Old Post Office.

iM-ease of the ydam e Nerves.
No one need suffer with neuralgia. Th
disease is quickly and permanently curei.
by Browns' Iron Bitte4 Every dies o
the blood, nerves an -stomaeh, ehrox.i
or otherwise, succnml. to Browns' Iron
Bitters. Known and meed for nearly a
quarter of a century, i stands to-day fore.
moet among our mIn valued remedies.
Browns' Iron" Bitters ias old by all dealers.

Notice in "Inventive AOe"
Book "How to obtain p FREts" 4
C' har. ps m6a te. No fe patent is aecmred..
Letters strictly confidential. Address, *
E. G. SW66EMS. Pateat' Up WashiAgtes, 0. C.
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Capital CityLivery, Feed

Double and S!agle Teams,
Patronage Solicite-
Sat faction Intended.

Everybody Says So.
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A Family Medicine mt. L
A family medicine chest for ten cents
In a pretty little o ameled metal box
you have the mqaws of keeping the
whole family healthy, from baby togood
old grad-pa. Go -to your druggist and
get a btx of Cascawet Candy uathartic
for ten cents, and pee that you always
have them in thle house. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsa, pimples, uleqepkS-
ness. worms and ne iy every other ail-
ment are cured by some form of eon-
sitiOlm' and in thit little box you have
a perfect remedy aliays at band. Save
your doctor bills a d prevent serious ill-
ness by the useot tIh sweet, dainty little
pieces of candy that make you well and
keep you well. We recommend Caeca-
rets to all our readqrm.

Tke Larnest ail ist Coallet

Establkhheit Sout.

GEO nS CR & Sn
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16. 1900.

"TE WB Tk vocates the re-election of McKinley, portant in the pending agitation for breadwinners, the farmers, demand- dred and eighty-nine thousand, three
\. i mits upon a more active policy in the-removal of the Capital. If the ing that the Capital be moved? hundred doHars. From then till now,
Land ofI Pta regard to reformatory and leaning opposition to Jacksonville will put it No, none of these have been a period of twenty-three years, we "
PF dM.T.umo fate oae, processes in Cuba. The Post is dis- on this ground let the statement be heard. have paid on this debt, only three
amu0e street.. The clamor, the cry, the demand hundred and fifty-six thousad eight n
Jams Tas ap gusted with thetwaddle about RI plainly made and all objection will be c lamor, thle ,the^- andfnlJ hundred dollars. This leaves s !
bone which comes mainly from ad- immediately removed; let us under- sonvill politicians, for purely per- still in debt the enormous sum of one
DEMOCRATIC EES. ministration circles. The endeavor stand each other and differ like broth- sonal reasons. million, thirty-two thousand, eight
-/o is made to hold up this man, who ers in this family matter.-Times. A few years ago Florida was one hundred dollars, upon which we are
ots.a X.. sP MAN. was highest in authority among the Union and Citizen, 13th. -Every- of theUmost prosperous states inof If we don the paying moreinterest.
SPresldeanth rs. Cubas officialsllready besmirched, thing that has been said in this paper Union.llars Hpoundreds of the pousands of thaIf we don't pay more in the future
JOHN M. BARR Duvai. dollars poured into the pockets of than we have in the past it will take
8'.KAIi tavIbia,d as an unsuspecting victim rather than has been put perfectly plain and in her people every year from her us sixty years longer to wipe out
M. L. wILLuA fDeSoto. a criminal. all friendliness and fairness. The op- phosphate. mines, cotton was worth this debt, and long before sixty years
w. HRTFAr .of wonoe, The Post says: position to Tallahassee has never at- from 25 to 30 cents a pound, the shall have expired nearly all of us
S. J. HILBURN. Putnam. "All this is veriest rot. Rathbone tempted to overcome this argument farmers were prosperous and happy will have lost all interest in the Cap-
DANIELCHMPI B LS of Waltoti. o n L wht t aand the thousands of orange groves, Wtal of Florida, or any other earthly
-.--- o"is deserving of osympahy h so far. with their golden fruit, showered concern.
state T ever. There is not an extenuating "Keep the State Capital away wealth and luxury upon their fort. Now then, it is not right for the
WIL~ INGS circumstance or mitigating feature of from the sea coast," exclaim the ig- nate possessor. already debt-burdened tax-payers to
For Jutice o the e court. his case. He is an arrant rogue. His norant opponents of Jacksonville. In those days of happy prsperity, have a debt of another million of
FrANCIs B. CfTER. 1 Ocala, with her cigar induat her dollars thrust uposse&em to work out
RNCI TER.manner of pilfering was even more This city is twenty-five miles from l with her cgar industes, her dollars tohruptupeem to work out,
For te rich mines of phosphate, Id her just to ple a fe0a-politcans of
JOHN L RD. detestable than that of Neely or the sea, farther than the present Cap- matchless orange groves, hat en- Jacksonville
FLo .' y raR. Reeves. Settingean example to them ital City. Some of the most violent throned as a queen and became a It is not right that the people of
For com er. of turning trust funds to his personal epidemics have raged at St Marks candidate for the State Capital. A the entire State should be taxed to
w. L. uses, it is little wonder that, with ac- and Newport since the Capital was newspaper, The New Capito, edited death for te benefit.of a very few in
For. by Tom Harris, was established for Jacksonvill.
J. B. WHI iLD. cess to the. revenues and lacking in located at Tallahassee, and Tallahas- the purpose of aiding Ocala to secure is not right that ourselves and
orusperintndent of I Istrction. moral principle, they robbed in bulk see escaped, and why not Jackson- the Capital of the State. children, nd children's children
For Commisioner riculture. while winking at the.director's short- ville?-Jacksonville Metropolis. One But one night in 1886-a night should be faxed because a few Jack-
B. M. MctS. comings. reason Tallahassee has always es- never to be forgotten by Floridians- sonville po-iticians have so ordained.
ailrHis amazing expense accounts and caped (especia in case of ow fe the cold blasts of the Northwest It is not right that the tax-pa ers
-- AN. "His amazing expense accounts and caped speciala case of yellow fe swept down on our sunny land and should be burdened with debt for
Scoaty T t. the damaging review of his malad- ver epidemics) is that she is immune, with fingers of ice held it in cold the next tlxty years for a purpose
For Members l re. ministration which Mr. Bristow has During the big epidemic in Jackson- embrace. When the ice-king de- from whi4 they can" never reap one
HOS GE .d PKPIS. made reveal Rathbone in his true villesome years ago, refugees came parted he carried with him'the life cent of ret rn.
For clerk cr court. colors. His record convicts him as a here by the hundreds and only one of every orange tree m Floida, left It is Wp right for a few politicians
c. A. BoAN. resist. A mrienced A e .. the owners penniless, and the Capital in Jackso ville to take advantage of
common larcenist. A man experienced case of fever developed. That was hoe of a blasted t citwu
Lori. w .i a. hopes of Ocala blasted. that citv's commercial prosperity and
SA. ic iuctio n postal affairs, a government agent never fully agreed upon as yellow With an energy and courage un- press the 'Capital removal question
r .W. BANN InsMA tion. familiar with the law, there is no ex- fever, and in fact only showed a few excelled in the annals of history the when those cities that would be her
orse. cause in sight forhiswillful wrong-do-symptoms hope-smitten, impoverished orange rivals arl but just beginning to
Koar A. unt Rr. ing. Beginning by paying for per- TO OWNERS OF VINEYARDS. growers set to work to retrieve the r emerge fr or. cnt S. sonal wearing apparel out of the lost fortunes and former gr7etness. fortune aid poverty which Provi-
or Tx r. apparel A Cheap and Certain Security Against Of their battle with povIrty none dence thirst upon them..
F postal receipts, his subsequent course te Ravages of Birds can tell, and its rigors and hardships It is t right that every poor,
SFr Taxc was marked by systematic, deliberate I have several varieties of the are known only to themselves and hard-woring man in the State
For ountr Lrveyor. conversion of official funds to his own grapes which have borne a remark. their God. should b taxed, in order that a few
w. T. BANtRMa.: benefit, and a good long term behind bly heavy fruitage this year in July Before they had laid more than Jacksonv le politicians may be ar-
ForMembers ool Board. the-bars should be his portion. He and August. I expected that the one stepping stone towards gaining rayed in rple and fine linen and
GE.E. vasF birds, which are very numerousin prosperity the commercial panic of fare sumjp.uously every day.
GILBERT E ANTSFIELD is uterly unworthy of any sympathy wou.d ---ropriate a 1891 swept our land, ,S-parig not .
GILBERT HA m. y vicinity, would appropriate a 1891 swept our land, "spng no Apd ey are not going to bc
or consideration. The credulous Cu- large percentage of the ripe fruit, the high nor the humble, withering n t f y t ai it
SHALL WE EFUSE. bans may 'still believe in him, but the but was agreeably disappointed. the igbor ot youth and sparing from Pe cola to Key oest
We are told by embers of the American eole do not." I had planted extensively of sev- gray hairs of age.low the Next k, the Lord willing, we'll
finance committee at considerable We have no doubt that the full eravarieties of the sunflower, some costofroductionand thfarmers look into e other question and see
full.of them growing within five and cost of production-an f aif theroter
trouble is being eerienced in col- revelation of official abuses and ten .t go th i m ns. Th were nearly ruined. Tha bottom if there C any money in removing
electing funds to on .the anti- crimes in Cuba will make a very mend maturing their seed in dropped out of phosphate, he mines the Cap .-Florida Index,
Capital Removal campaign. We nasty record.. It is natural that the attracting birds from every quarter, were closed and many of te opera-. ity.
have heretofore nsidered it un- administration should dread to see mocking birds, jays, red birds, Eng- wre t Mbegg. A. Yangue Oaklaaha. Fla.
.The turpentine and lumber: interests Mrs. A. j Z. 5angue, Qakawaha. Fla.,
necessary to urge n the people of the.facts laid bare, but how can it lih sparrows and others. hared in the general disaster and writes: ave used D. Ma. A Simmons
T nnn^*h* i^^^^^^ .. i- u i^- i- i- i r Daily the premises were alive with. -u w,, generul Liver Med cine 30 year.m rsChills
Leon county the importance of con- profit by holding them back for cam- these littl visitors thousands of dollars worth of valu- and Fevr, all stomach and Liver
tributing liberally this fund, labor- pain purpose-? Cuba will cut a fig- My grapes ripened in July,and hang- able machinery was abandoned to rust Troubles,. nd common ailments in my
My--- grape-- rn .. ,a h "an- decay, family. is stronger and acts quicker
ing, as we were, nder the belief ure in the big contest now going on.- ing in rich clusters, seemed to offer a an decay. than ny erm ce acts qker
that for this one me at least they Atlanta Journal temptation irresistable to he featl- Last year a little rift ap ared m h
would understand the necessity for ered visitors, but to my surprise they the cloud of gloom that h so long
-would u BUSINESS-NOTICE. were totally indifferent to their ri. h overshadowed our land a little
,t, and are surp beyond-expres- ndersined took chae and luscious charms. streak of the sunshine of prosperity A
sion that certain prominent people Since the unde Birds feeding on these seeds in i- filled our hearts with hope d glad-
absolutely refuse give anything. o s paper e has een attempng mediate juxta position with th vis, ness. Cotton, lumber, turp ntine and
It might just as 11 be understood to do the work theretofore done by alarmed for moment bthe in- phosphate commanded better prices
twomen. The result hs been as trusion of a fowl or ther cause than for years but this ear our A W ONC
now, as at any fut time, therefore, men The reult as been as ru. of a fowl, or the hopes again are withered. The
that upon the rai^ g of this fund might have been expected. Somuh wouldflyfrom the plant to cesant rans have ruind our cotton
depends the resu of the Capital of his time has been taken up with floer and our products have decLned in the UI U O OlU -
Campaign. Jac -vil"e and other thhe honot t be oeep I have no reason to think th-at a market. res Neuralgic, Rheumatic, N
- places have a su iency of funds- tt he has not been able to kpthe single grape was taken, and to this Now then: Is it right or a little othache, Headache, Backac
more than we er, contemplated paer up to the standard that is de- date, August 12th, the plants are still ctk e vr e of .ac sonie pot-ial t Cramp Colic. Diarrhoea, are w na d r- e s' and collections have been sadly yielding their seeds to the birds. take advantage oi he p-viaentiah eUings of all Kinds, Stiff N
-anv"ro are u on t Pait -,e seed.. i .... ealiestspng otnes ow c, ohavek Stmach or Se Sickness.
and vigorous ware upon this city. elected. Both these things have make several successive planting cotton-growing, orange-grpwing and 'lds or Pnuemoni it affords
If we sit idly by and have n a serious drawback. at short intervals of time p g phosphate producing regions to press o
nothing to say, th Capital is just as To remed-them, the services of The birds attracted to th erst the question of Capital re oval and, QUICK
,o say. thj ,p..Jls. Howard Gamble have been se- fruits become habituated to the re- by reason of Jacksonville .cominer- QUICKIV I
sure to be mov s elcuion daa.- cial advantages, to bear o the prize?
..sure to be mov a e election day ciered. He will do the collecting and sort, and, preferring the seed to any Ther can b_ but one tuh anT--- -r
comesso of tn ee will be ifv assist in various ways in the manage- other tempter, are thus attracted un- Then be buthone t athful an- T G,
pression of the le will be n favor -T .. ... .. .... ;til the grapes are. harvested. swer-. It is not rig.
thereof, and the .ances are ten to d g on thebusess. By this sunple, economical expedi- t i ufar, unge and un- Ol I
one that the legis tors would follow Mr. Gamble is a native Tallahaseean, ent the vintnet's harvest is rendered Just A. EE,, ^ ^.. I

the .. i .. and hence needs .no introduction to secure, and the slaughter of the val- -"-" """, -'n. _L rs .r.
thetacitlnstru s of their constit- versity the tax-payers of this State
ets On. theJ ..~r. handcitf wee people of this section of the State. unable little innocents is rendered un- h ha t r 1 State
uents. On the q r hand, if we meet .,, necessary have had to wrestle wti a State V K
the arguments on e other side and y favors shown him-especially in te san.ower will re- bonded indebtedness, wh h in 1877 A Ll -
or line of business-will be duly amounted to one million, hun-
inform the voters f the State of the e of business-will be duly new itself by annual volunteers. -ao
S. appreciated. JOH C. TIC. ROBERT GAMBLE.
real situation, an show them the re- preciated. JOH C. OBET AMBLE. or eilli Constipati
suits that would low the adoption IPensacola is in great luck. The Volcaale Erptoias SOOner Or later OV- rents res tin
of the Capital reoval scheme, there lgest floating dock in the world, o graudb s c Sal rob e ery WOman muqt duel 1Appetite, Despondency, Blue
is little doubt bu that they will vote purchased from Spain by this coun- them, also Old, Runninn g and Fever .. and Inactivity
it down by an o rwhelming nMajor- tty is to be located there. It was r. U i n B u, Fms B B h provided h r. w t It timulates and F
i -jE W ilt in 1887 at a cost of $600,000 cra"ped r mgs, iu ]hBes"-- provided heir with ",,,1n' nd |
As a matter o fact a few people ad was bought by the United cure on earth. Drive out Pains and a set of extremely sensitive upon
Aches. Only 25ct. a box. Cureguar- he condition of which the of her
. here cannot bethe burden of this States for *250,000. It is 450 feet anteed. Sold by all druggists. hole body depends. She m kee;p these japaS I
campaign. It iso much to expect 1ng, 82 feet wide, weighs 4,400 tons, Let Us Reason Together. oer- Cures re or Inflamed E r
it of them: We all benefitted in and has a lifting capacity of 10,000 Since the question of Capital re.- .y a re e
t I moval' has been injected into the bmoy otfth t
the proportion we own prop- tons. It is easily operated by hy- StateDemcritie1 th j of t ,
the .proportion State Democratic platform and i That S
ertyand do b here. The com- draulic power, being divided into a the present political campaign weer on a ara ee
mittee settled u that as the basis series of water-tight compartments have gave it our best thought. We ain/s t ever pains the eye to use it
upon which to I for contributions on each side of the keel, distinctfrom have studied it,prt. and con, for and ime thatore eyesquicker than any
to the campig In that way it is ach other. In docking a warship against and now we want to talk Iat i- oes
not a burden, cunot be sq con- these are filled with water, sunk toabout it to our readers. theM POR
.o u.. d o a b o ut i d e pt. of t s n a nIn th e in v e stig a tio n of e v e ry m at- h- .she
sidered? What you do about it? depth of twenty-seven andone- ter that comes up for decision two s Hr Own
Contribute acd p the Capitel here, half feet, and then the ship is brought questions should be considered: tPavo t Pot i ion Ts ws a
or refuse and it go? over the blocks, the water pumped 'First-Is it right? one purpoe of cin ai or dis-
S-- out and the dock rises, lifting the Second-Is there any money in it? rders9fAt h e except If you .own males or horses, you s
IN CULA. g the In theinvestig n of the Capital i.---n, psotes n, o the comma
removal question let's look into it monthly fuactioan 5d puts the whole f e-
Its ataaempt bltle. far as West Florida has no desire to club fro these two standpoints. or no s tte tr W ker s Dead
oIlteo lIlno o o r i And first. is it right? TW a during the it FOR MULES A
.p; the el lAtion ofoficiTt onvle. To the contrary this T .naAm n r this :^ robs ochildbhth ofits -aie damrr -

WUat Tley DwU @V
Not long since an exceeding
well dresqd man about 35 was carge
ed in a nodt London court with being
drunk. HB promptly paid his 10 sh &
lings' fine and went away. A fortnight.i
later a stylishly dressed woman was
charged with a similar offense. As
she gave the same name and address I
concluded they were husband and wife..
So I called on them. and my visit was
repeated several times. They had a
very nice [ome. kept two servants and
had four bh iren. I noticed a bonny
lad of 8. 9s i saw him several times.
Some months later I got a letter as fol.
Dear Mr. Bolmes-You know my Jack. the
8-year-old. am sorry to say that he hu got
into bad wa--fteals'-1boney from us, stops out
late and i Very disobedient. Can you get him
into any trjiaing home or institution of any
kind, where his evil propensities will be cured?
Kindly oblige uin this.
I eould iot resist the temptation to
reply as follows:
Dear ar-4 know of but one cure for Jack'i
evil propenskies, an4 that is a thorough applied.
tion of the imrsewhip to both parents.
S-Contemporary Review.
Coieleuee the Coward.
Murderers uncaught suffer awful
agonies of fear when alone with their
consciences, but when apprehended,
tried, conxtcted, sentenced and incar.
berated they become callous to fear.
Jailers tejl me this is the general rule.
There is a acquitted murderer In this
city, oneW a leading politician, who has
not been |able to sleep alone in a dark
room thege 29 years. A light must be
kept burning and an attendant is con-
stantly obi guard. A Wall street bro-
ker, who! has "done" every one of his
most falfful friends, dares not go to
bed in t|e dark. He keeps a light
burning in his room and one in the
hall. leading the door open. a2 the
small hoprs of the morning he awak-
ens his family with pitiful cries. The
eity man who is not afraid of the dark-
est alley.,. who will brave thugs and
stable gangs at any hour of the night.
is in a ppnic when alone in a forest.-
New. York Press.
Pulpit and Pew.
In hisi -Lighiter Moments" the late
Bishop Walsham How tells of a lady,
a great admirer of a Certain preacher,
who toci Bishop Magee with her to
hear hi@n and asked him afterward
what be4hought of the sermon.
"It ws very long," the bishop said.
"Yes." said the lady, "but there was
a saint in the pulpit."
"And OL martyr in the pew," rejoined
the bishop.
W ot a Fault Finder.
"You |re not one of these men who'
find fault with the cooking at home?"
"No,"! answered Mr. Meekton; "I
don't exactly find fault, but occasional-
ly I do feel called on to apologize for
the way things taste when Henrietta
gets hoine from the club. You see, I
never muld learn to make good cof-



ervous or Spasmodic Pains,
he, Spiains, Bruises, Lame-
Dysentery, Stings of Insects, .
eck, Spreness, Sore Throat,
. In casess of Bad Coughs,


H o Pay.



n, Inigestion, Headache, and all
ordered Liver, such as Loss of
s, Weakness, Tired Feeling
of thelMind.
purifies the Blood.

Eye Water
ited Eje Lids, and is soothing and
o Weak Eyes.
---No Cure, N4o Pay.
, but is guaranteed to cure
others remedy ever used.

md Stock Dealers.
hold by all means keep at ready

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Noise eby given at in order to
I ure blication in the current week's
i. a matter must reach s by
night before the day of pubw
atioe, ich isr Th day. eit is
possible to get them in earlier, legal
a will be received until 9 clock
Thursday morning. After that hor
nothingwill be accepted. Parties will
oid trouble by bearing this in mind,
Sthe rule wit positvely be enforced mi
leases. tf
The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
Miss Julia Fennell is home from a
visit to Cairo, Ga.
Miss Marie Scarlett is expected home
to-day from Panacea Springs.
Keep the Stomach and Bowels in good
condition, the Wasta Avenues open and
free by an occasional dose of Dr. M. A.
Simmons Liver Medicine.
Mr. S. W. Myers made a business trip
to Apalachicola during last week. A
Master John Crawford is home from a
month's visit to Crawfordville.
You will neverfind any other pills so
prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt's Lit-
tie Early Risers. All Dealers.

Miss Edna Ball returned oh Friday
from an extended visit to Quincy.
SMrs. J. t. Pearce spent a few
,days at Hilliardville again Ahis week.
Mr. -Fred. Moor returned yesterday
from a very pleasant stay of about a
week at Panacea Springs.
Mothers endorse it, children like it,-
old folks use it. We refer To One Min-'.
* ute Cough Cure. It will quickly cure afl
throat and lung trouble. All Dealers.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will serve ices at the residence of Mrs.
SJ. W. Coles on Friday afternoon, Aug.
S17th, from 5 to 8 o'clock. -,
I In Diarrhoea Dr. M. A. Sihnmons
Liver Medicine is invaluable. It gives
Tone to the Stomach. Aids Digestion and
Assists Nature in carrying off ual Impur-
Mr. Herman Damon has gone to St.
Marks, where will take charge of the
store of the Graham Lumber Company.
The lack of energy you feel, the back-
ache and a run down cor edition gener-
ally, all mean kidney disorder. Foley's
Kidney Cure will restore your strength
and vigor by making the kidneys well.
Take no substitute. Wight & Bro.
Mrs. T. M. Dozier, companied by Miss Marie Dozier, came
to Tallahassee during last week.

It will surprise you to experience the
benefit obtained by ,sing the dainty and
famous little pills known as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers. All Dealers.
Mrs. J. T. Perkins 1has returned
from a week's visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. Fatny Castello, of Sanford, a
former resident of Tallahaseev, is visiting
friends here.
To keep young-keep- well, keep the
Nerves calm. the'body ruddy and well
fed. and with Dr. K. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine regulate the Stomach and
S Bowels.
Mr. Alex McDoqgall and wife, Misses
Eliza arid Mary McDougall, and Mas-
ters Peres and Abram, lelt on Thursday
last for St. Teresa.
Miss Mary Bannerman and Mrs. E. A.
Bannerman are visiting friends at Mid-
For Headache caused most likely by a
Disordered Stomach, accompanied by
Constipation, use Dr. M-. An bimmons
Liver Medicine.
Mrs. F. A. Maneely and daughter, Muss
Hazel,of Pensacola, after apit asant visit
with Mrs. F. K. Lamb, left for home last
The quicker you stop a cough or cold
the less danger there will be of fatal lung
trouble. One Minute Cough Cure is the
Only harmless remedy that give imme-
diate results. You will like it. All
Misses Ollie Carpenter and Mamie
Johnson have gone to Panacea springs
for a stay of two weeks.
Mrs.-L. A. Perkins and son left on
Thursday for Gainesville, Ga., where
she will spend the remainder of the
The dread of people with weak lungs
who suffer with stubborn coughs is con
sumption. Foley's Honey and Tar, if
taken in time, cures the cold, heals the
lungs and always cures incipient con-
sumption. Wight & Bro.
Hon. Fred. T. Myers has returned
from Panacea Spring where he VWent
'with his family about two weeks ago to
recuperate from a pretty severe attack of
illness. He is greatly Improved, and is
again able to attend to business.
The wolf in the fable put on sheep's
clothing because if he traveled on his
own reputation he couldn't d:o6pish
his purpose. Counterfeiters DeWi's
Witch Hazel alve couldn't sell their
worthless salves on their merits, so they
put them in boxes and wrapped like De-
Witt's. Look out for them. TWke only
DeWitt's Hazel Salve. It cures piles
and all skin diseases. All dealers
Miss Ethel Bowen has returned from
Jacksonville, where she took a course in
stenography and typewriting at Man-
.sey's Business College.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one of
the penalties for violating this law is
miln. V-am ,ir hnnm.s rirmnS! by a-

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me will be spent in politics this
We can't keep the rampsign go-
ithout money any more than we
eep the body vigorous without food.
b used. to starve themselves.
Kodol Dyspepsi( Cure Oigexts what
a and allows you to'eat all the
food you want.- It radically cures
troubles. All Dealers.

he Shirt Waast Man" will soon be a
in Tallahassee. A: prominent
at the Capitol and aI young rail
man have ordered soine and are
.sing them to arrive .in a day or
They will perhaps become quite
yet this summer ih Tallahassee
Swhy not? Anything* that con-
to comfort during :this kind of
should be encouraged.
ineee are dangerous enemies, for
are treacherous. Thit's why all
terfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
e .are dangerous. They lock like
itt's, but instead of the all-healing
h hazel they all contain ingredients
e to irritate the skin and cause blood
ing. For piles, injuries and skin
use the original and genuine
itt's Witch Hazel Salve. All Deal-'

r. Julius Hirschberg, of the El Pro-
bCigar Factory went over to Mont-
ery Saturday on business, an d e-
ed home Monday.
For Whooping Cough.
Boh my children wese taken with
hoping cough," writes Mrs. 0. E.
Eton. of Danville, Ills. "A small bot-
of Foley's Honey and ThSr gave such
ef that I used a 50 cent bottle, which
pd me a doctor's bill." Wight &
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Ir. W. B. Schrader, accompanied by
laughter, Miss Edith. as among his
Tallahassee friends las Sunday. Mr.
grader savs that their tobacco crop is
finest this year that tHey have ever
. Miss Edith will remain as the
set of Miss Olivette Head for a short

:r. and Mrs. T. G. Teate who have
m living on the Mr. Howard GamIle's
station during the past year, lost one
their boys Tuesday evening from
aral fever. The bereaved parents
e the sympathy of the entire com-
nity in their sorrow. |
Parti desiring to have hay baled will
l on or wr-te J. G. Collins. New, lat-
; improved machine. Will go to your
ce and do work reasonable. 20-tf
'*Difficulties give way: to diligence,"
disease germs and blood humors
appear when Hood's :Sarsaparilla is
fully taken.
Ir. P. H. Dickey, Sr., and wife who
ve Neen paying a visit to their son,
r. -* -. Dickey, were suddenly called
the bedsideof their daughter, Mrs. T.
Strickland, who is very ill at her hus-
d's home in the northern part of this
Best Way to Cure'Backache.-
c;Bkaches are caused" by disorder in
i kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure will
e the kidneys right. Take no sub-
te. Wight & Bro
i 1 and: have your correspondence
legal work taken in shorthand and
ewtg b an expert Rtenograper, at
rates. Modem Shorthand and
teen taught. Lemne6. irvvents
Iy soliciting patronage ally.
Acme Cottage.


Dr. Williams.

HUNTINGTON, FLA., nJune 16,1900.
I have been troubled for nine years
rith irregular meses, they grew worse,
bad ramping el every thrweeks,
a times I t ogtt I Oould not live.
t months ad my husband wrote
o and I began you treatment and

Garden Seed.

Landreth's Seed are the Best.

Cabhage 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.

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.
I Capital Tailoring Company.
Leggett's Mixed Spices for Pickles, at
Randolph & Co.'s'
Douglass' Chill and

Fever Tonic.....

Cures for 25 cents. It can
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LAisb, Dentist. Pbope No.
I 48-O1t
Julia Nina is spending, a season

C(bae Sweeting is among the
vals from St. Teresa, where she
at week very pleasantly.
greatekn specialty in Amer
iinated the formula for Banner
SFor all skin diseases, alU cuts or
and for piles, it's the most healing
e Wight & Bro. !
"Em. Forbes, of Cwfordville,
though here last we. k en route
rom haiee Sation, where he
for several weeks.
t most people want i something
and ,entle, when in need of a
Chamberlain's St6mach and
Tablets fill the bill to a dot. They
sy to take and pleasant in effect.
le by Wight & Bro.
Robert Gamble .same -.ver from
asville, Ga., Sunday to spend a day.
:o with his family. He desires the
ABSUAN to stat e tha he has not
mis ice factory and botding works
does not intend to sell and has no
)C moving away from Tallahassee.
aue that he has purched a con-
ag interest (four-fifths) in the ice
ry and business run i connection
it at Thomaville, but this will re-
his home and his family will reside


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Mr. John S. Winthr6op is up from St.
Teeesa thi week looking after his busi-
Mr. G. B. Perkins and wife are enjoy.
ing the cool breeze of St. Teresa this
Shingles for sale, at L. C. Yaeger's.
ite. ma In Wn O aMP I *..

Btsmarek's Iron Nerve
was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable ill and tremendous energy
are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and Bowels are out of order.
If you want these qualities and the suc-
cess they bring. use Dr. sing's New Life
Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25 cents at any
drug store. o
Abbott's East India Corn Paint cures
every time; it takes off the corn; no
pain. Cures Warts and Bunions and is
conceded to be a wonderful Corn Cur".
The Kyle Hay Press for sale, at Yae-
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To the Public.
Mr. R. L. Collins wishes to inform the
public that he has the old prescription
files of Mr. M. Lively and also those of
his successor in business, Mr. A. M.
Carlisle, and can fill all prescriptions
promptly and accurately from same.
Notice, Farmers.
I will sharpen gin saws at 10 cents
each. Will also repair engines, boilers,
etc.. at reasonable rates.
&21-lm L. L. DEMILLY.
Use "Lincon's Chill and Fever
Tonic," the guaranteed cure, for
sale only by Wight d& Bro., Drug-
Fancy New Orleans Molasses, at Ran-
dolph & Co.'s.
Every One
is interested in house building, and we
keep on hand EVERYTHING that goes
into the construction of a house. ,
Take Linwco's Liver Pills to
cleanse the system of all malaria-
for sale only by Wiyht & -Bro.,

To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c
or 256. If C. C. C. fail to cure, drug-
gists refund mnonev.




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everything in
our line.

re he best nd

Are he best qnd


You Reap What You Sow
in the variety, quality and quantity of
your garden and farm produce, and
our choice garden and flower seeds will
be sure to give results that will gratify
and please you by their size and de-
liciousness. We have all kinds of gar-
den deeds, but only one quality, and
that is the best. Grown by Robt.
Buist & Co. Fresh this week.



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J. W. Collins is headquarters for
everything in the line of Fancy aid
Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
of the masses of the people and caterer
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.
Money to Loan.

her DeafneA
Dr. Nichol
gave $1,.00(
people unat
may have tl
The Institu

r easiest.
BAF.-A rich lady, cul
iand Noises in the He
oi's Artificial Ear D
Sto his Institute, so tha
Re to procure the Ear V.
tem free. Address No.
re, 780 Eighth Avenue,

Panacea dini

Rates, SI .s perrd,
Si to *30
SSpecial rates will be give
hack meets all trains at
hasse and Georgia Railroad.

Se above road is now g
from allahassee: Good to
good (or ten days, $2.00; goq
All M
The hotel has just bees
pools built; hot and cold wal
billiad and pool rooms; shui
niences. Post office in boh
telegraph office. Daily mai4
For further ilformationi

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

Gent's Furnishings,
Umbrellas, Etc.

For sale at low pricesi at ,

D. B. ME61NNISS, Jr.

Huyler's Candies




Clothes Repaire
We do all kinds of tailoring to o
repair or alteration work. clean
preeing, dye work, in fact anythi
that can be done to a garment.
do fine tailoring work ourselves,
carry finelines of tailoring at low
ces. We will make up all kinds of
ments fromany material you desire
the way of ne clothes, or we will
pair your old ores satisfactorily, as y.
like. We extend the sphere of our us
fulnews to tlMe community, thus showing
our appreciation of the unlimited pa
ronage given wu.
NTours for business.
Successors to :eeland's Clothing Agw
cy, next to t p express office,

Go to C6llinsg Grocery & Drug Co.
get your paints and alabastines, of
quality. Beint sold below cost.

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M. T. Joiner, at T. J. Roberts' tore,
agent for Singer Sewing Machine. Sup
plies ordered and Old Warhines taken in
exchange. 4m
> Found!
A First-class Sewing Machiq for
$17.00, at Gilmore & Davis Co.'s. -

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ral Springs Hotel,
DUKE, Proprietor.

Iy; $8.00 per week; $25.09
On per month.
n families or parties.
Sopchoppy Station on Carrabelle, Talla-
Vursion Rates.
ring the following lobw round trip rates:
return from Saturday until Monday, $1.21-i;
ci until September, $2.50.
iderm Convenience.
' enlarged, new mineral and salt water
Er in all rooms; baths also given in hotel;
e board, and in fact all modern convej
el building. Telephone connection with
|8, etc. Cuisine the best.
S EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor, .
Panacea.= Fla.

Tallahassee ndertaking Gompany
S. P. ROZEAR, Pteopletr.
One door east of Munro's Store, under Opera House.

Mortgages discounted and money
loaned on easy terms. Apply to W. W.
McGriff. 23-Im

Admhlstatron Notice.

Heinz Pickling Vinegar, at Randolph
& Co's.

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Has sold you the best Seed on the
market o6r nearly twenty years. Re-
member the old reliable*

Schrader's Drugaid Seed Sitre.
Collins' Grocery & Drug Co. has a
complete stock of drugs and chemicals,
a competent Dharmacist to prepare same,
and can save you money if yon calU on
Rhlston Hiralth Club Flour Breakfast
Food and Barclay Food, at Randolpht &

Who has been in your town on several
previous occasions, He will have with
him three hundred styles of Woolets in
large pieces, which comprise the newest
Novelties and Up-To-Date Styles. He
would be pleased to have you call and
talk over the Styles in Dress for the com-
Sing season at
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, cept.
27, 28 and 29. .
R. L Collins is selling Hawice's glsses
at $1 00 per pair. Elsewhere they cost
you $2.00 for the same identical glares.
Before buying your .ry
Coods, Pants, Shoes, Shirts,
Hats, Croceries and other
goods, try Boxhorn's ear-
gain House.
What Paint Are You Using?
If not the PARIAN, you are s~irely
making a mistake. Investigate betore
buying. GILMORE & DAvis (o.
FOR SALE--150 bales stra* hay and
350 bushels feed oats. Leave ordeta at
this office or direct J. G. Colhns, Tdlla-
hassee, Fla.
A car load of fresh hay has just been
received at 1. J. Roberts' store. Will
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anore m put Jericho on the pinnacle, the peace, but my dairy is milkin 28
and is a brass band." cows this summer, and I feel I'm as
"By bhn, but he's made a p'int!" big as anybody. I go over to Dobbs
aid an Spooner as he whacked on Ferry once in two weeks, and I should
the ter with his cane. "Yes, sir, want that band to toot me off and toot
JTerich eeds a brass band to boost me home ag'in."
er, alI'm with the square. : Let us "There may be a p'int," said the dea-
hear t Moses Hopkins.hag to say con as he scratched his 'ear, "but I
about don't skassly see it. Mebbe the square
"As take it," said Moses, "a brass wants to say sunthin further about
band ys tunes, and I'd like lto know liberty and Bunker Hill?"
In admce what sort of tunes this "I'm sayin," replied the squar as be
band t goin to lilay. If it's goin to heaved a long sigh, "that patriotism
play e Sweet By and By,' then I'm and love of country seems to be dead-
In fu band. If it's goin to play hi- er'n a doornail in these United States.
diddl ddle tunes, then I'm ag'in it" Mebbe there's a man in this crowd
's a p'int as fur as it goes," said aside from me who'd be willing to shed
the n, "but it don't go fur 'nuff. his blood that our glorious republic
Eno0 illiams, you was inW the hog might be saved from ruin and desola-
buyl inzness fur 20 years,: and you shun, but If thar be I can't name him.
ouigh ito know about brass bands. You might as well disperse to your
Wha 'you think of the ideal homes and tell your wives and chil-
depends," said Enos. "I don't dren that Jericho is doomedd"
go m on a brass band that toots its "By John, but what a p'int-what a
wlnd over town and wastes it on p'intr! whisperql the deacon. "Be-
tha If we had a band that would fore we bust up and go to ruin, how-
comen ~n to the depot to meet me as ever, I'd like to hear from Reuben
I em in from Tarrytown, I think I'd White. Reuben's bin as far west as
kind like it." Detroit, and he ought to know what In-
John, but he's- rightU and he's fluence a brass band has on a town."
a p'intr! shouted the deacon. "The Influence of a brass band is ae-
Io h't see the p'int," said Squar cordin to the leader," said Reuben.
Joh as he colored up. "Why should "'ve seen 'em where they jumped a
ear band go down to the depot to town right to the front in four weeks,
ww e a man who hall't ever done and I've seen 'em where they killed
S. g in particular fur Jericho? things dead in two. The leader wants
is a good 'nuff man I1 his way, to be a peeooliar sort of a man. He
but tW outside world ever rearof wants to be born fur the place, same
Was he consulted about buuilfti as Washington was. He wants to be
the w sewer orpaidnti e -lhth ready to die at two minits' notice or to
l Has he ever laid awake nights live fur a hundred years."
how this town could be boosted "And mebbe you think you're that
to eto?"' mocked queried the squa as e pound-
d1s, be's Iknockede yow p'int out m.". -mv+...............


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2%0 Perkins, e Pestmanster .o 5ew.
So&% Tens jibeut the Meeting
ubfle Dise the Advimabilty
tCopeari s *by C. B. Lewis.]
Look here, p," said Squar John-
A& as he into thek postoffice
M-eday when was alone; "I've got ft -/ .,
aheime- on that'll do more to
t the tow f Jericho to the top of
the ladder 40 miles of new side- ,
alk. Yes, it's a boomer, and If "
W carried o you'll see the price of
nal estate J 50 per cent."
He waited me to git my breath
ad then io d his voice and con-

Pafp, Ive a notice written out
1w all pa citizens of Jericho to --
snsemble at postofflee this, evening,
sad m tll er up on the door. I .
IMnt to it on 'em al of a rod- Mrs. C. A. er, o Chetopa,
SI want see 'em turn pale and Kan, stuffed from a peculiar nerv-
ter hair up. Jest say to all in- ous trouble which baffled the skill
9 rs' PItA t Jericho is comm right of leading specialists. She says: "I
to tde front a teer gafur a corn- cannot say enough m praise of Dr.
S o t Miles' Nervine. I suffered agonizing

-m- b t d pain in left side of my head and I
Sa looked aus a V t R tIhouht it would drive Cme insane.
S-ai t in COnconati nd Kansas
Sty treated me without benefit.
Then I began taking Dr. Miles' Nerv-
ine and obtained prompt relief, and
finally a permanent cure."

\ I Iis sold by all drugists oQ guarantee,
first bottle benehts or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart. Ind.

con, "but we'll hear from some of the
rest. How is it with you, Jabez Fow-
"I can't exactly say till I know what
the band Is goin to do," replied Jabez.
"My old woman is mighty fond of,
* -_ brass band tunes which lift up the
heels, and if the band'll come over to
my house three times a week and give
us sunthin lively I'll chip in."
SMOFF HIS OL "Mebbe I'm mistaken In this crowd,"
Without his secret away. There said the squar as he looked around in
rwas a deal of curiosity during the a serious way. "Mebbe this Is a crowd
ay. So thought the square had a composed of freeborn Americans whose
oon on in view in order to forefathers fought at Bunker Hill, and
attract p lie attention to our new mebbe it's made up of men who'd steal
cooper sh, and others had it that he the statue of Liberty and sell it fur old
Aad found a way to dodge the state junk. To say that I am astonished
tax, but was all guesswork. There does not half express my feeling's "
was a mendous crowd on hand "That selling the statue of Liberty is
when ev In came, and the square went a p'int, and a strong one," said the
around bin his hands together and deacon, "but what we want is a free
milin allver his face. When he had expreshun of opinion. Jube Hornbeck-
got the wd worked up to the pitch er looks as if he wanted to say sun-
where e body wanted to die fur thin."
liberty, called the meeting to order "I'd like to ask the square said Jube
and s aid. In his humble way, "if he expects that
'Fel] men of Jericho, we hev band to meet him at the depot when
here P. util town, a salubrious cli- he comes home?"
mate a populashun to be proud of. "Bein I hold the posishun I do," an-
of Cldren swered the squar, beinn I'm referred
---- b to as the leading man in Jericho, if the
are l .haPpy nd, C .for le by band wanted to go down and see me

-t It hurt a bit and relieves off or wanted to be there to welcome
a n atoe. Don't take an me home I don't reckon anybody would
thei genuine is the only safe find fault."
is up in red cartons and "But I'd want the same thing," said
the blown in the bottle. Get Ebenezer Scott. "I ain't no justice of
i -ft25 ta az Wight& Bro.'s Drug
8he. -I am a switchman," writes A. J.
*.__. _Jennesse, of 9201 Butler St., Chicago.
We hey e best of water, the lowest "and am out in all kinds of weather I
t tax and skassly any use fur doe- took *a cold which settled in my kidney
tors. e hey the telephone, electric and was in very bad shape. I tried sev-
and a town pump. A stran- eral advertised medicines with no ben'-
ger w look around him and-say we fit until I was recommended to take Fo-
eeded uthin else. But we do, and ley's Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a
i by I called you together bottle cured ine. Wight & Bro.
here ht. We need jest one thing

He-Look here. Matilde,
quite such an idiot as I look!
She (soothingly)-No, dear;
you're not!

I'm not

I'm oure

Pitts' Carminative aidA digestion, keg-
ulates the bowels, cures Cholera Infant-
um. Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Pkins,
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.
Playtime In the Senate.
Senator Butler once had a bill appro-
priating $5,000 to build a monument on
the Moore's Creek battlefield, North
Carolina, which was an especial object
of Senator Wolcott's fun.
"Can the senator tell me the date of
the battle?" he asked Mr. Butler.
"It was the first battle of the Revo-
lution, 29 days before the battle of
Lexington," was the reply.
"But cannot the senator tell mI the
day and the year?" persisted Mr.IWol-
cott. !
Mr. Butler was stumped. "I cai tell
the senator tomorrow," he finally re-
marked. |
"Then," replied Mr. Wolcott, "i will
let my objection stand until tomorrow
A few minutes later Senator Wolcott
relented, and Mr. Butler made a other
effort to get the appropriation agreed
to. This time it was" Senator Lodge
who objected.
"Oh, don't object, Lodge," said Wol-
cott In a stage whisper; "he'll p -t the
date of the battle forward a year if
you are jealous on account of Lexing-
But Mr. Lodge continued to object,
and the monument bill remaiaedion the

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

Curious Mexican Laws.
They have some very curious crimi-
nal'laws in Mexico. For instance, it is
twice as much of an offense to muti-
late the face of a woman as that of a
man. The law seems to be bised on
the idea that a woman's best posses-
sion is her beauty and that t6 mar it
does her a great injury.
There is another curious law. If a
person should be wounded in ,an en-
counter, the punishment to the offend-
er is fixed by the number of days his
victim has to stay in the hospital or
under a doctor's care. A line: is fixed
at 4Q days in the way of a general divi-
sion. If the injured man occupies more
than 40 days in his recovery, the pen-
alty doubles up.

Am Impndest Praud.
An impudent fraud was perpetrated
upon a Manchester bank by one of its
customers, who opened -an account
with some few hundreds of pounds.
The man, after a few weeks, drew two
cheeks, each within a pound or so of
his balance, and, selecting a "Busy day,
presented himself at one end of tne
counter, while an accomplice, when he
saw that his friend's cheek had been
cashed, Immediately presented his own
to a cashier at the other end. Both
cashiers referred the checks to the
ledger clerk, who, thinking the same
cashier had asked him twice, said
rightr to both cheeks. The thieves
were never eauaht_


an it was five minits before ueacon
Spooner could make his voice heard,
and then he said:
"There's more-p'ints bobbin up here
than you' kin shake a stick at, but we
might as well hev one more. S'posin
we hear from LAsh Billings. He's the
only man in Jericho who kin play on
an accordion. What d'you say, Lsh?"
"There's might little to be said and
nuthik to bust up the country," an-
swered Lish. "Do any of you sons of
Bunker Hill know how much wind it
takes to blow a brass horn ?"
Nobody did, and a hush fell upon the
"It takes ten pounds. reckoned by a
lung tester." said Lish. "and you'd
want an. extra pound fur walking up
hill. There was a lung tester man iA
town two weeks-ago. and every son of
us handed over a nickel and took a
blow. We blowed and strained and
blowed, and Rube White was one of
'em who blowed a sole off his boot.
and yit no man reached seven pounds.
Whar yoc goin to git your wind to
blow then. horns?"
There wias a painful silence while
you could count a hundred, and then
Deacon Spooner said:
"By John, but I'm goin home and
tell the old woman that I don't knqw
beans when the bag's untied, and the
rest of you'd better do the same
thing!" M. QUAD.
Making It Clear.
A newly appointed French mayor
Inaugurated his reimwe by a notice, te
the following effect- i
"On the feast of our patron saint
the fire brigade will be reviewed; in
the afternoon if it rains in the morning
and in the morning if it rains in the


A Sample of What a Falrly Healthy
Coekateo Can Do.
A light chain securely fastened on
the cockatoo's leg promised safety, but
he contrived to get within reach of my
new curtains and rapidly devoured
some half yard or so of a hand pairited
border, which was the pride of my
heart. Then came an interval of calm
and exemplary behavior which lulled
me into a false security. Cockle seemed
to have but one object in life, which
was to pull out all his own feathers,
and by evening the dining room often
looked as though a white fowl had

beep plucked in it.
I consulted a bird doctor, but as
Cookie's health was perfectly good and
his diet all that\could be recommended,
it was supposed he only plucked himself
for want of occupation, and firewood
was recommended as a substitute.
This answered verb- well, and he spent
his leisure in gnawing sticks of deal-
only when no one chanced to be in the
room he used to unfasten the swivel

of his chain. leavo it dangling on the
stand and descend in search of his
playthings. Wheai the tire had not
been lighted. I o ten found half the
coals pulled out cf the grate and the
firewood in splin ers. At last, with
warmer weather, )oth coals and wood
were removed, so he next time Master
Cockie found himself short of a job he
set to work on the dining room chairs,
first pulled out ll their bright nails
and next tore lples in the leather,
through which! he triumphantly
dragged the stuffing.
At one time hb went on a visit for
some weeks an ate up everything
within his reach I that friendly estate
lishment. His "b lg" for one afternoon
consisted of a venerable fern and q
large palm. some library books, news
papers, a pack c cards and an arm
chair. And yet very one adores him
and he is the spohed child of more thai
one family.-Cothill.


Would Not Leuv* It to Go For Mone
That BelaBsed to Him.
"I won't go out! I won't leave her
for anything!"
Such was the amazing declaration
a pauper attend t in an east end Lo
don workhouse 'on being told by
agent that he vas entitled to son
money. And tfe man-the son of
post captain inv the navy-meant ae
that he said. $ot an inch would I

budge, nor wot
and it was onl
sioner down t
could be recover
Whether beca
paratively sma!
cause he was
made no claims
his request, it
counts were o
the Postoffice I
all that, he con.
Meanwhile he
his wife should.
-in fact, he d
ried. His life
at the agent'sc
the case, thou
husband migl
good position,.
ing by keeping
once or twice b
had turned upI
tion and ralse
scandalized h<
pair were, th
Never woul V
the workhou
his death. wl
will, the mon
passed to his

have caused o
not known b
phon gives i

d he sign any pape
by taking a commit
him that the furt

Ssum or whether l
worker, the guardian
on it. Accordingly,
vas split, and two a
ened on his behalf I
wvings bank. But, ft
inued to remain in t.

was very anxious th
not know he was ali
nied that he was m"
rtner, however, c
office to inquire ab4
h she begged that
not be told of
She was in a fal
truing as she did a
a ladies' school,
her reprobate husb
n an intoxicated coi
a commotion that
pupils. The ill soi
before, not brought

he pauper legatee Ie
He remained there
reupon .having left%
he had scorned to-
Lfe.-Cassel's Saturci



Prereaeiesl Faminess ExeseG.
| Since the first great famine of which
&ere are records devastated the land
1770, when 10.000,000 perished in
ngal alone, India has scarcely pass-
a decade free from scarcity.of grain
one district or another. The British
government expects a drought about
vie n every nine years, a famine
Ie In every 11 or 12 years and a
ea t famine about twice in a century.
vw. of Beview&


Legal Advertisements.


iNot"ice of Election.

under the Constitution 0o1 11 8 of the State.
f Florida, did pass four Joint RKeMlutions pro -
t0silg Amcndment. to tIhe C lon.titution of the.-
State of Florida arid the nae were agreed tto by
a vote of three-fifths of all the members elected toa
'.ach House; that the vote on said Joint tReolu -
ions were entered upon their respective Journal'-
wvith thb yeas and nays thereon, andI they di de;
termine and direct that the .said Joint tesolution
be submitted to the electors of the SLate at thq
Lieneral Election in November, 1i 0.
Now. therefore, 1, John L, Crawford, ecrei
retary of State of the State of Floiida, do hereby
give notice that a

will be held in each county in Florida on Tueo
day next sucC et-eding the first Motiday in Novenu-
ber, A. D. 1900, the said,Tuesday being the
for the ratification or rejection oi the said Joimt
Resolutions proposing Ameniiments tothe Const -
tut.on oi the state of Florida, viz.:

1 hat the following amendment to the ConstitU-
tion of the state ol Florina be and the same as
hereby agreed to and -hall be submitted to toe
electors of the State at the General Election, A.
D. 1900, for ratification or rejection.
Section 4, Article VII, of the Constitution ppf
the State of iclorida is hereby amended so as #o
read as follows:
ecdoun 4. Where any Senatorial District iis
compot-ed of two or more counties, the counties-Of
which such district consists. shall not be entiny
separated by any county belonging to another
district. Any new countyy that may be creatt',-
shall be entitled to one member in the Housedof
Representatives, in excess of the limit preserild
in Section 2 of this Article until the appo nki-
ment following next thereafter, and shall be 6s-
signed when created to one of the adjoining Saq-
atorial Districts as shall be determined byh ie
That the following Amendment to the Con i.
tutlon of the State of Florida be and is hertiby
agreed ts, and Shall be submitted to the electOrs
of the State at the General Election to be heldain
the first uedy ftr he first Monday in 1o.-
vember, A.- D1. 1900, for ratification or rejfc-
Section 25 of Article III of said. Constitutioni be
and is hereby amended so as to read as lollows:
Section 25. The Legislature shall provid'.by
general law for incorporating such education .
agricultural mechanical, mining, transpo ta-
tion. mercantile ana other useful companies or
associations as may be deemed necessary: big it
shall not pass any special law on any such sjib-
ject. and any such special law shall be ofs no
effect; Provided, however. That nothing hejein
shall preclude special legislation as to a unier-
sity or the public schools. or as to a ship ciai
across the State.
That the following Amendment to the Cods tu-
tion ot the State of Florida be and the sanre is
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted t the
electors of the State at the General Electiob in
November, A. 1. 1900, lor ratification or rijee-
Section 5 of Article VIII of the Constitttion
shall be and is hereby amended so as to re*a as
Section 5. Immediately upon the ratification of
this amendment the County Commissioners l the
several counties of this State snail divide jheir
respective counties into five Commissioner' i Dis-
tricts, to be numbered respectively from oee to
five inclusive, and each district shall be, as ntrlyy
as possible, equal in proportion to population,
and thereafter there shall be in each of sucf dis-
tricts a County Comnmissioner, who shal- be
elected by the qualified electors of -safd county,
at the time and place of voting for other Lcuitty
officers, add shall hold his office for two ~ears.
The powers, duties and compensation of-such
County Commissioners shall be prescribed bnlaw;
Provided. That nothing herein shall effe<$ the
terms of Commissioners holding office at th time
of such division'; Provided further. That al va-
caftles occurring by limitations of terms, of from
death, resignation or otherwise, before the elec-
tion of 19p02, shall be filled by appointment py the
Governor as now provided by law.
That the following Amendment to the C( sti -
tutlon of the State of Florida be and the s"ae is
hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted o the
electors of the State*at the General Eleetra in
November, A. D. 1900, for ratification or rejec-
Section 12 of Article XVI of the Const tion
of the State of Florida is amended to read .a fol-
Section 12. The present seal of the Sta shall
remain the seal of the State of Floridc The
State Fl4g shall be of the following prooons
and description: Depth to be three-fourthie=rth
of fy. The seal of the State of diameter ong.third
the fly, in the centre of a white grounoi Red
bars, in width one-eighth the length offliy ex
tending from each corner toward the centre to
the outer rim of the seal.
The votes cast in compliance with said popoaed
Am nt, and the and the avass, decati and
returns thereof, shall be subjected to t same
regulations and restrictions as are proved by
law for General Elections in the State of lErida.

of J'loridatd1893.) J


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e of uncertain date nd
ome discussion amng
mus. Nailed shoes re
the Greeks, for Xio-
inute instructions for







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S In some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are q slight that the
^* L / | ..victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true natwir of the di.'eaae -
Iis kiown. In other cases the ood is quickly filled with this poisons virs and the
swollen glands, mucus patches in the mouth sores on scalp, ulcccra n tongue, sore i
/ throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored, splotches, and falling ha and eyebrows
leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistlkable signs of Contagious Blood Poisoti.
Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. Thes poieonous min-
erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. TheyiRive the disease
back into the system, cover it up for a while, >ut it breaks out again in wane form. Thepq powerful minerals produce
rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and tnger nails to drop off. Xero J
potash make wrecks, not cures, and those who have been dosed with these drugs af never after free from aches
S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable remedy; it fpces the poison out of the system
instead of tearing down, builds up and invigarates the general heal S. S. S. is the poly antidote r this specific vi
therefore the only care for Contagious Blodr Poison. No matter in what stage or ]Ww hopeless the case may appear, Q
though pronounced iecurable by the doctors,.~ S. S. can be relied upon to make a rq-d, permanent cure. S. S. is I
new. untried remedy; an experience of ey fifty years has proven it a sure and zjfailing cure for this disease. It i
only purely vegetable blood medicine know
Mr. H L. Myers, zoo Mulberry St., Newark. N. J.' ays: I was afflicted with a terrible blood dia*e, which was in spots at first, but aftr
spread al over my bod.. TM oom broke out iant ores. and it is easy to e the suffering idred. Before I became convinced t
U m k -doclcould do meso good.I aspe tahundred =' whichdwas reallythrowu away 1
Str various patent medicines, but tydid not re the a wen I ad h
bottR, of S.&S. I was greatly improved, and was deltedwith the result. The large. red my
on a 0 chest began to grow paler and smaller, and bef e long disappeared entirely. I regant
.losteight, became stronger, and my appetite..improid. I was soon eztircly well, andamy ~
Sata piece of glasa.
for our Home Treatment Book, wli contains valuable information ah
Ss with complete directions for self treatment. Our medical departmng
IV- m in of physicians who have made a li.-time study of blood diseases.
Sto write for any information or adoie wanted. We make no charge
ever for this. A c -wdece is held most sacred confidence. THE SWIT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA,

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) ndre ed on the 18th day of July, A.
1 0, by the Circuit Court of the Se d
rcu1it of Florida in and for thee
,'in chancery sitting, in a eertaej
:kdlEg therein, wherein Louis C. Y
Ipmnplainant and Henry R. Alexander is
.ait, I have levied upon and will sell at
optcry before the court house door in sad
i theM3d day of September, A. D. 190
tpne being legal sale's day. during the
lofrs of sale, to the highest bidder for
iidivided one-half interest of the said H
|.lexanderin andtothe following describe
!r parcel of land, to-wit: Beginning at
Matheast corner of lot number five in the
plan of the city oi Tallahassee rn thence
:seventy-seven feet, thence north seventy
hence east seventy-seven feet and theucea
eventy feet to the place of beginning -. al of
above described land lying and in in the
of rallahassee. in said county and State
chaser to pay for deeds. This 1stdayof A
A. D. 1900. GEOkIjE B. PERKINS,
SA E Special Master in Chancen
Solicitor for Complainant.

The registration books will open at the offi
J. A. Pearce on Tuesday, Wednesdar a
Thursday of each week after the first
August, l{00. S. D. HIGRToTWL U
Supt. of Registiviti

Fxamination of Teachers.
Tallahassee, Fla.. Aur. 1M. --The
State Examination for reaw-hers will IA. h e
Tallaha-see on -September the fourth, bei
at 8 a. m. o'clock.
White applicants must asembkle for that
loe at the Leon Academy and the colors
plicants at the Colored nradedi School.
S- N. W. EPPE .
24-4t County SuplerintendeL
Notice of Application for Permit
Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Alexander Jacols has filed uith the
of County commissioner. of Lteoi, n cuitv in
State of Florida, his application for a pirt=
sell liquor., wines and beer in Election DI
No. 13 of said o unty ani t-tate: thatsuchi
plication will be acted on by the said BoaRN
County Lommissioners at their next
meeting, which will be held on the tirst M'
in September. A. I. 1900., at 10 o'cl-Whk i
forenoon of said day, and the said Board
calls upon any citizen of sucn Election
who may de-ire to do so, to show, -anuse. if
there be. at the said next regular nieetin- of
Board, why such permit shall not be granted
the applicant
By order of the Board of County Conmi
ers of Leon county, Florida
This the t6thday of Auuist, A. D l.tMA).
(SEAL) COIu'N Clerk.Board County Commissioners Lea
Notice of Application for Permit
Sell Uquors, Wines and Beer.
Julius Ball has filed with the Board
County Commissioners of Leon cou-rtv, is
State of Florida. his application for a perml
sell liquors, wines antA beer in Election Di
No. 13. of said county and State: that suck
plication will be acted on by the said IMud
County Commissioners at 'their next
meeting, which will be held on the first Mon
in September, A. 1). 19W0, at I 0 4 o'c lock int
forenoon of said day, and the said BoxrUd her
calls upon any citizen of such Election Disui
who may desire to do so, to show case, if
there be. at the said next regular meeting of
Board, why such permit shall not be gmnted
the applicant.
By order of the Board of County Coruin -
of Leoncounty. Florida.
This the 6th day of Aug-it. A. I) 19S0.
(SEAL ) Coi N:1IL A. BYA.S,
Clerk Board County Commissioners -Leao

Notice of Tax Deed.
To Annie E. Chaires and Others and all
warned that unless., at;cordliin-_ to jrOIM
of the act of June 2d. I,s1., voua ret-lem
the thirty days prior to the 14th day of A
14.O, from all tax sales the land below
seribed. I, as Clerk, unless restrained by
of Court, will issue a tax deed to 4;0r
Chaires. conveying Lot 1, except that P.
said lot owned by Thomas Smith, con.
319-1000 of an acre, and Lots No. 11. 1
1000 acres, IS, tiS-1lo0 acres, 20, O -M
acres, Wya of 21. 45;-li-4MJ a r,- 'e o
308-1000 acres, 21,.50.-14)0KX *'5, 2
1000 acres, and 26%. 2 14 11000 acres, ial
SWY4 of Section 31. Township 1 Norta. abp
East, of St. Augustine Brauch Imt-, 'C. D l
Survey of Lands of G. A. Chaires, ai- pLr ia
corded in Deed Book P, pae 7os. contain
located in Leon county, Florila, b.ast l o B
Certificates Nos. 4 and 5, tax sales :or 'atl
taxes of 1897. _S
Witne-s my hand and the seal of the
Court at Tallahassee, Lv-on .-,untv.F
[SEAL.] ida, this 14th day of July, A II 19R1
Coi\cil. A. BsYA.l
21- 4t Clerk Circuit Cout Lou n 'io., FA

Notice to Creditors.
All creditors, legatees. di-trilutcesai Ul
sons having claims ordemanLd against thel
of Jno. Sneed, deceased, late, of Leofn
Florida. are hereby notified topn-.eut .aid
or demands duly authenticautl to the
signed for settlement within two .irs floEW
hist pblication hereof or this nuticc Will
plead in bar of such indebtedness.
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment,
Executor of the last will and testament cf
Need, deceased.
Tallahassee, Fla, July 11th, l;0o. *

NadslInder Section 35, Chapter 4111.,


Do you s tvey ou?
If you Of~m"t a~

Wine Of Cadui cuma Do you
app -3&--.&& I- a kh6 woud
be t yo? A~ -bafrhgWing of
Card~housa ik Mmyou havG m1-
ized L Nervous xtrujm, lam of deep,
cold or 41 19g1 1 ns taub gnmamual
disordr that an not notloaalle at
firet,but day by day t isal-mw
into btrot~cum I
of Cardes, tad ojd mn
Arual peao4 win bar dgthe ~kml
GINIem-I in peilet mndiim TIsb
m~edicine ig taken eidy at boam.
Thaereis nothing C i ob
-mnejygo mt.I o
ony 1to e tbbud~wl
a~ y1,000,00wdun
*rs.Le .1 Nu r-,- Eumt St. Lois.
Ini, Says: ml mphseya aMW
WomaINk by remnofmuweofWrme of
Cdar" antTheouvcs DMNSM-
in emm ii equlim s peddml aeiom ad-
Or7 DepmUuimML"The (aIm- 0- Wadi4-
cim. Co~..;t4V~R cma


ne Author's Story of How He Came
to Write It.
A writer in the IA'wiston Journal
-ho interviewed Rev. Elijah Kellogg
When-asked if lie had written any
eclamations besides "Spiart:icus to the
nladiators," "tegulus to the Cartha-
Jinians," "Virginius to the Roman Ar-
my" and "Pericles to the'People," he
replied that he had written "Icilius,"
but that it had never been published.
Then he asked the writer if he had
;ver heard how "'Spartaeus" came to
be written, and when told that he had
lever heard an authentic statement
cneerning it-Mr. Kellogg said:
"During my first year in Andover
Theological seminary we were required
o write original declamations and de-
;laim them before an audience. A com-
nittee of three seniors criticised the
speaker publicly, and Professor Parke
performed the same duty privately. I
Ways dreaded to face an audience
nd especially to be criticised publicly,
d so I thought I would write some-
ing that would so interest them in
story of It that the critics would
forget to notice the errors, and so I
rrote 'Spartacu'.' When I had finish-
1 declaiming it, the professor asked
he committee if they had any sugges-
ions to offer, and they said they had
lot, but Professor Parke told me pri-
ately that there were errors that
night be mentioned, but that he was
lad I had made a departure from the
Id custom of declaiming nothing but
ermons and moral disquisitions and
ad given them some rhetoric."
So the author of "Spartacus" wrs the
First declaimer of it. Little did he
ink that he was the first of thou-
ands of academic and collegiate
youths on both sides of the sea to re-
ite a composition of so humble origin.
his bit of literary history Is precious
s coming from the lips of this grand
>ld man, and this Interview will forev-
er have a safe place in the treasure
Fouse of the writer's memory.

$1o00 Rward $1oo.
The readers of this paper will bI
leased to learn that there is at least on
Ireaded disease that science has beei
bleto cure inall its stages andthat
;atarrh. Hall's Catarrh cure is the only
positive cure now known to the mdca
maternity. Catarrh being a
ional disease, requires a comntiutman
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak
eternally, acting directly upon b
blood and mucous surfaces of the s
m, thereby d oying tef
f the disee, and giving theuat
tength by building up the oomtiuti
md assist nature in doiog jti work.
oprietors have so much faith n i*
1rative powers, that they offer
hundred Dollars for any ease that
Bib to cure. Send for list of T i
ials. Address,
F. J. OCUsNSY f Co.,
Toledo, 04

Sold by Druggieta, 75c.
Hal's Family Pills are the best.

The Pite g elf a Oeen iaamew.
E. W. Howe, telling in the
Ilbbe of his experience during a O
ge across the Atlantic ocean, says:
"I believe I made a discovery in
Sickness. One night when the l
was pitching badly I remarked ti
when there was a particularly b4
tnge the screws came out of the
fr and whirled re 'nd so rapidly
Almost throw me out of bed. I
sleeping w ith -my head forward,
tfter awhile I discovered that
rews seemed to come out of the
er when the prow was in the air.
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alt!" Just come over here, all of
md look at yourselves. It's a fine
ye'ro keeping. Isn't It?"

through the month of June and July
aby was teething and took a ru n-
Soff of the bowels and sickness of
tomacb,"bsays O. P. M. Holliday, of
Seg, Ind. "His bowels would move
live to eight times a day. I had a
e of Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera
Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and
e him four drops in a teaspoonful of
er and he got better at once." Sold
Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-

SI Child's Pblisopoy.

p e~s to recognize and accept one's
al limitations, but philosophy of
kind is perhaps hardly to be ex-
ted of children.
little girl had sent back her plate
f turkey two or three times and had
lin helped bountifully to all the good
4ings that go to make a grand Christ-
4as dinner. Finally she was observed
joking rather disconsolately at her un-
aibshed plate of turkey.
J"What's the matter. Ethel?" askedd
ncleJohn. "You look mournful."'
S"That's just the matter." said EtheL
am mor'n full."
And then she wondered why every-
y laughed.-Stray Stories.

As It Seemed to Her.
A little girl who was in the habit of
hearing her dolls to pieces to see what
as inside somewhat surprised her
unday school teacher.
"What was Adam made of?" asked
he teacher.
"The dust of the earth," glibly an-
ered the child.
"What was Eve made of?"
After a moment's hesitation. "The
wdust of the earth."-New York
Arrests Avaianebea.
trlckly planted trees are the best
protection against avalanches. The
snow which has fallen in the woods
cannot well shift its place, and when
the masses of snow from the slopes
above dash against the timber they are
unable to break through so strong a
barrier, and after ove.urning some of
the first trees their press is arrested.
-Worest Leaves i
Pain-Killer, las an internal remedy,
has no equal in cases f colic, summer-
complaint, dyspepsia,, dysentery, and
rheumatism. It is the best liniment in
the world. Its action is like magic,
when applied to bad sores, burns, scalds
and sprains For the sick headache,
and toothache. don't fail to try it.
Avoid substitutes, thqre is but one Pain.
Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.

Amefent SmIdlals.
It is probable than the earliest sun-
dial was simply the spear of some no-
mad chief stuck uprIght in the ground
before his tent. AmOng those desert
wanderers, keen to observe their sur-
roundings, it would, not be a difficult
thing to notice that the shadow short-
ened as the sun rose higher in the sky
and that the shortened shadow always
pointed in the same direction-north.
The recognition would have followed
very soon that thiS noonday shadow
changed In Its length from day to day.
A six foot spear would give a shadow
at noonday in latitude 40 degrees of 12
feet at one time of the year, of less
than two feet at another.
This instrument, so simple, so easily
carried, so easily set up, may well have
begun the scientife study of astrono-
my, for it lent itself to measurement,
and science is measurement, and prob-


nsMt* Rmoe That Croe
iut In the Green Lale*
b thea- of "Irish Life and Char-
r", ys truly that one has only
-with an Irish crowd to hear
y laughable expression, quite in-
1n uttered. As the Duke and
Ih of York were leaving Dublin
amid enthusiastic cheering, an
w aa remarked:
Isn't it the fine reception
' getting, goin away?"
Dublin university celebrated
ntenary, and crowds of vis-
I re attracted to the city. Two
rejoiced at the general pros-
t;expressed their feelings.
VV, Tim," said one, "thim tar-
ies does ia dale for the trade
0 lin, and no mistake."
Sfaix they do!" said the other.
whin, with the blessin of God,
home rule, sure we can hdve as
I of thim as we plase."
ld woman, seeing a man pulling
g calf roughly along- the road,
you bla'guard! That's no way
te a fellow ratherr"
said a laborer tQ a young
ho was urging him to send his
n to school, "I'd do anything for
a sweet, gintlemanly lady as
in, the laborers on a large estate
that it would be more con-
nt for them if they cogild be paid
week instead of every fortnight.
f their number was sent to place
proposition before the land agent.
this was his statement:
you please, sir, it's 'me desire,
It is also Ivery other man's desire,
we resave out fortnight's pay
exasperated sergeant, drilling a
d of recruits, called to them at

race of warm blooded animals offers no
parallel. He is an outrage on the mor-
al law of bird life, something so fla-
grant and so utterly foreign to the way
of thought of these kindly beings that
If he did not exist he would be incon-
ceivable. It Is not merely that he is a
supplanter and a changeling. His
whole- nature is so evil that in the
world of birds he is an incarnation of
the principle ef ill, an embodiment of
vice which would if understood or
adopted by other birds put an end to
the existence of the race. London
Indian Compoitiono.M
New "composition" stories are fur-
nished by two young Indians whose ef-
forts in this difficult line are reported
by The Southern Workman.
The subject assigned to the first boy
was the life, of General Armstrong.. Re-
ferring to the general's boyhood among
the idolatrous, ancestor worshiping
natives of the Hawaiian Islands, he
wrote as follows:
"The people of the Sandwich Islands
worshiped the idols of their aunts' sis-
The second boy, a member of the
same class, writing upon a different
phase of the same subject, got the cety
of Washington confused with the man
for whom the city was named. Refer-
ring to the retirement of General Arm-
strong from the service after the war,

A Patbette ineldent of the Pawn-
shesm Im the Metropolls.
Sneaking into a small shop in an ob-
acure and poverty ridden locality, the
man who "went broke" at the races
was realizing on a superfluous article
of jewelry. A woman so poor and
pinched In feature, so marked with
care and desperation that it made him
feel sick to look at her, was holding
something under her shawl and wait-
ing nervously until he should have fin-
Ished his transaction.
"Wait on her. She seems to be in a
hurry," he said to the man behind the
counter, and at the word of permission
a carpenter's plane was produced from
the shelter of the shawl.
"How much do you want?' queried
the unmoved pawnbroker monotonous-
"Fifty cents," replied the woman,
with a gulping in her throat and an
eager look in her eyes. She clutched
the money tightly and ran into another
creature, poor as herself, but bearing
her troubles in duller fashion. She
had a baby's cloak, never costly and
much worn, on which she wanted to
borrow money, the same sum as the
other woman had asked for.
The man who had been offering a
diamond felt uncomfortable. "There,
give me $50. The stone's worth four
times as much." And, seizing the mon-
ey, he hurried after the woman who
had just left the shop. He was not
given to acts of charity, and he felt
awkward, the more so as the woman
shrank from him as he accosted her.
"I beg your pardon," he began. "but
here's $5 I have no use for. Perhaps
"No, no!" she cried, drawing further
from him.
"For your child." he said gently.
"My child is dead!" cried the woman,
with a queer sob, and fled into the
labyrinth of alleys and byways that
shelters so much wretchedness.-New
York Times.

B ,l Blood is a bad thing. It is re-
sponsible for scrofula, falt rheu n, hu-
mnors and many other diseases, includ-
inig rheumatism and that tirod feeling.
Bad bload is made good blood by Hood's
Sarsal arilla.

Sick headache is cured hy Hood's
Pills. 2,5c.

He Is the One Exception to the Kind-
ly Nature of Birds.
Bad temper, and cruelty are perhaps
the most obvious signs of mental de-
generation in the beasts. The, larger
monkeys, for instance, become as bad
tempered as a violent man when they
grow old, and many in their treatment
of other animals are cruel as we use
the word in regard to man. Among
the carnivorous beasts the cat amuses
itself by torturing a mouse, and the
weasel tribe kill for sheer love of kill-
ing. No such cruelty is seen among
eagles or falcons. Fierce as their tem-
pers are, they do not torment other
birds which they catch or kill for kill-
ing's sake. Good temper is general
among birds.
Except the cuckoo, such a thing as
an ill tempered wild bird is unknown.
Nowhere in the race can a temper like
that of the Tasmanian devil or the
wild hunting dog or the Cape buffalo
or the baboon be found Even those
which in spring are thieves and egg
robbers are not mauvais coucheurs at
other times. Good temper and good
fellowship in society, a personal affee-
tion to each other to which the beasts
offer no parallel, industry and inde-
pendence, intense devotion and fore-
sight In tending their young, with oth-
er very human and engaging traits of
character, must all be credited to the
race of birds.
Among these kindly and simple na-
tures the cuckoo is a monster. Let
there be no mistake on this subject.
He unites in his life and character,
from the egg to the adult bird, prac-
tices and principles to which the whole

a comical sigh, "I shall present
i with a marble topped table. It
only thing I cap think of that hi
tie to his waistcoat."-phicago
5SU36 Vernlons of Jack and
An English clergyman has v
the history of Jack anl Jill on
and original plan. Thelfirst four
of the book are numbered 1, tL
four 2, and so on up to page
stories are so arranged that an,
marked 2 can be read after any
bered L making good sense.
same way page 3 can be read
page 1 or page 2; page 4 will
page 1, 2 or 3. and so on throu
eight. Application of the laws
mutation shows that the bool
contains 65,536 stories of Jack a.

Net an Old Aequaintance
,"Do you mean to say that the
ran away with you?" said Mr.
ton, aghast.
"Yes%" answered his wife.
"And wouldn't stop ,when yc
him to?"
"Of course he wouldn't."
"Well, Henriette, I don't knov
to say except that the horse was
quainted with you 9# else he w
have dared to act iM that man
Washington Star. f

A Sermon in Brief.
A man mot n hnl lln a field. "1

* w. j-

Idelftied at -.
Glen Miller, a United States
in Utah, was sitting in his office A
Lake City one day when a well
ed and intelligent looking man e
and addressed him. "I was coi
that I knew the man," said Glen
citing the circumstances, "but
not able to place him. As we con
pleasantly it gradually became
pressed upon me that he was
Kansas acquaintance, perhaps
one I had known at the university
he spoke so cordially and (vith si
assumption of his knowing me a
knowing him that I did not ham
nerve to ask him who he was.
"In Salt Lake," continued the
Ing marshal, "we have the sania
ion of doing' the square thing
friend that used to prevail in K
There is no prohibition law in
and we found a place near by tha
sufficient unto our purposes. A
had said something, and he some
we quickly got along to the
where 1 invited him to my hou
dinner, but all the time I wap
my mind to learn his idenlit
watching for a chance word thitt
give me a clew.
"'By the way,' I said at latLt,
did you come out?' meaning ror
States, of course. 'Oh, I gottou
night. You see, they cut pff
monthss for good behavior.'
"Then it broke over me. y
was Pete Curry. a celebrated pma
her, whom I had taken to the pe
tiary just three years before. "
sas City Journal.

Uer Last Drink.
In Hyde Park lives a young F
who is of such a high nervous tel
ment that if she drinks the vWry
est amount of alcoholic stiniula
fore going to bed the result islsle
ness for the remainder of .the
Some nights ago a number of f
dropped in for the evening, ai
husband, who, by the way, is a
erner, suggested that he make
julep for each of the company.
suggestion was received with d
and the juleps were promptly m
In his wife's glass, however, 1
only 'enough whisky to flavor
water, probably not more than
spoonful. Of this she sipped
half. The result, however, ws
same. She was troubled with ins
all night long. and it was not
o'clock in the morning that she
ped off to sleep and, as a
quence, was not called for break
At 10 o'clock she came down
and hearing the. voices of child
the front porch stopped to listen
heart filled with motherly pride
heard her elder son, a boy of 6,
seven or eight children from the
borhood that they must not ma
much noise as his mamma was
Imagine her horror, too, as the
hopeful added:
"She drank so much whisk,
night that she couldn't come do
breakfast this morning."-Kansa
Something He Couldn't We
A wealthy American who bee
convert to Rome was very gene
Pope Leo XIIl in money'matte
had done many generous, thing
the pope had rewarded im wi
ders and medals galore, j For
year this convert made a pilgrim
Rome. where he was kindly re
by the holy father as a son and
ally. until Kie orders were exha
each time was bestowed with
fresh honor. On such occasion
these brave metal pieces were at
to the rich American's breast.
"I'll soon end that," the pope rn
ed to a confidante who was at h
during the levee. "Next time !
give him a snuffbox." which h
and a beautiful jeweled box It w
The following year the Am
turned up again and was gran
audience, when to the holy f)
consternation the falthfnl son
church appeared not only with
medals, but with the snuffbox at
to his waistcoat.
"The next time." the pope said

Du told

w what
sn't ac-
ner. -


urdoc 's Catarrh Cure.



I -p H 1
itSalt W
entered Mb
Sin re- No soap, no soda, no boax, no ammoni-noth
Swas ing but water i needed to make things white and
ers bright aud beautiful clly with
ke Im-
an old .
ty, but
uch an
nd my
ve the I It cle4s everything quickly,

Ssmil- cheaply, thoroughly. Sold every-
efash- where. -Largest package-greatest
by a
ansas. ecouom .
Utah, K. iL. .-AmVAaK COMPANY,
at was amnes~l. ewYork. Bostom. Pa
Lfter I


Um the
ut last
Nine -

Lil rob- -


tsmall- BY LAND AND SEA.

night.pless- Fast Freight ad Luxurious Passenger Route to New York. B)ston and the East
rends Sort Rail Ride to Savannah.

south- Thence via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
a mint way to New York, making close connection with New York-Boston ships,
. The or Sound liners.
delight. All ticket agents an'l hotels are upplie I with monthly sailing schedules. Write for general
Ixed. information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on
he put E.F HINTO5, Traffic Manager. WALTER HAWKINS, Gen. Agt. Traffic Dept.
)r the Savannah. Ga. 221 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, i'a
a tea- -"'
a the Florida Central &
,omnia ntr
until 5
cons d Peninsular R. R,
fast. Time Table fWestive Nwovemb 19th, 1899.
stairs -
ren on WO2TEIOURn. 10 16 801TMOD iD. i I
L Her .- --- O.L
as she m .im.y.. ,,pm .............. a. yh -.. Tl am 65pm UlP .....
telling '* p City. 9 itm l 'lpn ..........Ar Ialdwin.... 9Bam o ....
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F. op onB atnal for
Con t-At mUamee th trains on C. & P. At Carrabelle with A iseloot
e horsete :M At Apv dao wit Eattahoochee River Steamerm.
Meek- N.I Mal Steammer Creent will leave Aualatehiatna daily at 30 *m Returning
lave bele daily. 1u a. m. FW. ARMSTRONG. Gen. am. Agt., Tallahashee, Fla.
i I;

THES wiNEAL-Y T-ATA~A'I49 -- GUST 16 o.190-


--- 0. y. fi" nnally plucked up courage to return to here?"
making hands, and balding up the September 29-Tallahassee, day. the dining room and found his sibject "Captain," sald< Bridger, "I want to
body b3supplymg the blood ig quan- October 1-Monticello, day. enjoying a hearty meal after hr en- go back to scouting again."
tity an4 quality sucl as is essential October 2-Perry, day. forced fast. "Ildeed? Whyh I thought you had
to a condition of health. It cures October 3-Mayo. day. "Her first question was, 'Was Jake settled down in tie east for the rest of'
ninety-ght people out of eveOy hun- October 10-Lakeland. night. hurt mucbr "-Philadelphia Record. your life!"
dred w|o give it a fair trial. October 11-Bartow, day. "Well, cap'n, IIl tell you how it is.
...._ OctoAr 12-Arcadia,' d. I.ilst's Feat of Memory. I went back to ittl Missoura, and if'
N by Disranhisement. oer re In The Century William Mas, the you'll believe it ey've got a railroad
This city's vote for Capital re- October 13-Ft. Myers, mght. veteran American musician, tells of a station within te mile o' the old place,
movali be a go-as-yo-please vote. October 16-Br6oklyn, day. remarkable feat of memory performed -yes, sir, a Iroad station! And
Every 'rt will e represented in October 17-Inverness, day. by the composer Liszt: i what's more, th ve got a ranch now
Evey g.Th-win s a reesented in October 18-Dade City, day. My friend knew Liszt very wepl and in every four le. I tell you what,.
the bo nere is a great aeal x October 20-Key West, night. having taken a fancy to a composition cap'n, the air al t pure down there no
reedo tis city that wil be ex- October 22-Braidentown, day. of mine, "Les Perles de Rosee," which more!"
ercised casting this vote. It is our October 22-Tampa, niht was still in manuscript, he sal: "Let "Is that poss le? But I thought
opinion that the Capital in th8s State O ,tober 26_-CedarKey, night. me have it for pubHlcation. DIdcate you'd like the g od things to eat they
Vill an where it is. October 27-s ro' d it to Liszt. I can easily get Lisft to have down there You like good thin
Has e Democratic party through ctober,2-- .ronson, day. accept the dedication. I am going dl- to eat. I rememb r." i
its con nation a legal right ito dis- By arrangement between the State rectly from here to Weimar a"d will "Good things e at! Why, eap'n,
frcan Republican and Populist and the First Congressional District see him about it. At the same time 1 didn't have a t'iled beaver tall thW
S question of this kind? Committees, the State and Congres- will prepare the way for your'recep- whole time I dwas there!"-Youth'
^s Republicans- i-n ts State sional speakers will meet together at tion later as a pupil" Companion. _
Sr r t-hthe above named appointments. Not long afterward I received a let- --:--- !
That large property-boldets. We The following distingished seak. ter from my friend in which he t kd me Her Dao aged Heor.
fail to how their vote can be pre- The "g a s j- that when he handed the mqle to "Well. well." marked the made
vent n so vital a State estion er, together with others, have een Liszt the latter looked at the manu- ll forlorn to cow with the cru
which not a political queson. nvited to participate in said cam- script hummed it over, then sat down pled horn. "you mind me of a bieye
Do ess a decision byhe Su- paign, and one or more of them will and played it from memory. Then, go- that has been collision with some-
3rim 'urt will be invoked by Tal- be present and address the people at ing to his desk, he took a pen 4nd ac- thing."
p -a if a oange voted, Port each of said appointmeiAs Honor- cepted the dedication by writing his The ow cea edruminating lon,
Tam Bu "S' h v 'rt ables S. R. Mallory, J. P. Taliaferro, name at the top of the title page% enough to inquh "Why?" '
Ta" us S pOUL h W. S. Jennings, George P. Ran ey, "I observe," ild she. "that one The three paragraphs are alive John A.. Henderson, Pasco, D.- H A Fe-te Tit. your huadle ba s Is twisted."-Phil
with suggestion. The first indi- Mon Mrs. Hoon-They say that Mrs. r* o*esa
cates a condition that !prevails May W. H.Ellis, M Williams, Swiftsmith las greatly troubled th In-
thi. out the State. Theh vote in A. W-.Gichrist, W. Hunt Harris, somnla. T -
Fred. T. Myers, J.F.C. Griggs, L. Mr. Hoon-Yes. I understand that //
J. Reeves. C. R. Parkhil A (. ahe .discw.ored tmhe f lt a m p.. ,, -,N. nlM f,' .


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.u0w TeS ecoloredgetlemanwho collect p an
in t eeraps.and frmn s toS a dsabl stored by Ly i E. Pink.
a be held I- to Only the -thumb is 9 ruch serv _
ib9 to November 4thi, ... N* g d Asked how it happened he looked sad ham's Vmpond.
S been for years. Evid an frits No good fruit and replied, "Dat ar wus a piece of --
the Georgia uitm,-. .bad luck, boeb; yes, sah, mighty bad [ To M. a ,s.6el
Sy 8" 0 mistake iln e carl be raied witho ut was tattr '' feel it my duty to write and thank
ualestion of place for the fort- "Ah dan like tub tell. but 'tw yo for what your Vegetable Co
Sningair. in the eartof Ptash. dih oan likeu t .. tl ut pound has done for e. It isa the only
mg B the heart of mighty bad luck. i meicinp I have fond that has done
the region, eminently the Finally he consented to expme any ood. Before taking your medi-
t r portion of the State, Fertilizers containing at least "Two tellnubi insulted me in a police ce, I was all run down, tired all-the
the agri exhibits will go far aross the street ea, an A stabbed time, no appetite, pins in my back nd
heycud a gn tf ever seen at I a 8 to io% of Potash will give inub Ah tackled an bearg down pa and s gi at suf -
State Far te South, and the .me an an iron ptluh dat suppolhted de ..."-KPinkham's
Vamdoeta' le are determined jto best results on all fruits. Write roof. Jusg as Ah wuz erbout tub hand bottles of d I felt like a new
Offer uffi, inducements to obtain him a smash on de nose dat niggah wouan. I am now on my fourth bottle
these exi They have already for our pamphlets, which ought stepped one side an mah hand struck and all my pains hve left me. I feel
done con a-- ly better than they de pilluh instead. Hit done broke elry better than I have felt for three years
p nied; ing increased he to be in every farmer's library. neomah ng .an dey've been and would recommed your Compound
county and dividual premiums sev- ". to every suffering woman. hiope this
S hu e tinly bad lu." letter will help others to find a cure
al dollars beyondtthhose They are sent free "But what about the first fellow for their troub." -o M64 D& .
scaled fer b their contract with the you went up against? You didn't iay RzjMC RENisK, a R, InD.
Agricutety. GERMAN KALI WORKS, what became of him."
Five h d dollars will be of- ....t.. "Oh. dat fellub? Yah, yah! B ss. The serious ills of women develop
fered for e best county exhibit _. Ah kin show you dat niggah any time. from neglect of early symptoms. Every
three hundwi for the second bst. 'E work jus' a block from heah '. pain and ache ha1 a cause. and the
and two h dollars for the third ev cinctw- be scattering g. pe ain't got no nose an only lilly piece jne warning they give would not be disre-
The see- ear"- garded.
bNest exihi. For dividua prem- ond emphasizes a feature of the "How'd he lose 'em?"' Mrs. Pinkham understands these
'unm, two Wudred dollars will be scheme which the News has already "How'd 'e lose 'em? Boss, 'e didn't troubles better thin any local phy-
offered for e best, one handed and discussed. Capital removal cannot lose 'em. Dey wuz took from im.. an sician and will give every LIn fresh
twenty-fivyor the second best, and be accomplished by the disfranchise- Ahli's de man what done hit. Ah done advice who is puzzled .. t her
seventy-fiv dollars for the third best. ment of a portion of the qualified bit 'em bofe off. Yes, sah, Ah bit ,em health. Mrs. Pinlham's a4laress is
All the ty and individual ex- voters of the Stae Thethird fore- off while we'se rollin round on de fl'." lynn,Mass. Don't put off writing until
hibits for ch prizes are offered in shadows the r remedy should -Detroit News. health is completely broken down
Prizes shadows the proper remedy should Write at the first indication of trouble.
the department must be the Capital removers persist in their A Footban Ineidemt In New Yowt. e cton troub
Georgia actions and grown or unlawful method of attaining a pri- Mr. Frank W. Graves during his TRAINING WATCHDOGS.
produced the current year and by vate and personal benefit at the pub- newspaper career witnessed manly sin- B
nidivid vg in the county mak- lic expense.-Pensacola Daily News. gular scenes, but the oddest one Lap- T.e oethed That Xm s .ed by a Ges,
ing the t. No article can com- opened, according to Mr. Graves. In the m n etr.
pete for po premiums; those entered Story of a Slave. old days when the big college football Although it Is believed that
in the co y exhibit, of course, can- To be bound hand and foot for years teams played their star games on the watchdogs are "to the manner born,"
not be entered with the individ- by the chains of disease is the worst New York polo grounds on Thanksgiv- it seems that a ce amount of train-
al ehA form of slavery. George W. Williams, Ing day. ing helps very muc to turn out a real-
of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a. On the occasion mentioned Yale and ly good one. This system of training
Very ral premiums will be slave was made free. He says: "My Princeton had played and Yale had has developed in a regular business
awarded a live stock, poultry and wife has been so helpless for five years won. in Berlin, where o e Herr Straus has
all exhb coming under any de- atlt she could ngot tun over inle- Going up Broadway there walked a an academy from- which watchdogs
apartment f agriculture. Other de- triBitters, she is wonderfully improved dapper young Princeton man and a are turned out by the hundred every
partmen not be neglected; lib- and able to do her own work." This girL Going down Broadway at the year.
eral pr m will be offered to all supreme remedy for female diseases same moment were eight victorious His system is educational and is ap-
exhbit : quickly cures nervousness, sleeplessness, young Yale men. They were happy, plied to almost every kind of dog. He
T Ui- 'e wl b in melancholy, headache, backache, faint- but silent, and they came straight first teacnes the sPimal obedience by
The la department will in g and diy spells. miracle- down the street until they spied'the training it to perform certain "tricks"
charge o the ,Womans' Auxiliary working medicine is a godsend to weak, Princeton pair. at command and trains it to dis-
Co tt onsting of .Mrs. N ckly, run down people. Every bottle Then still in silence, moved by a sin- tinguish between visitor and a bur-
Gr ; Mrs. W. S. West, all drui Only cents. Sold by gle purpose, the Yale men fortnd a glar and what of a man's body
treasurer W. H. Griffin, ecre- circle, and as the other pedestrans should be attack to render the man
tary,* D. C. Ashley, Mrs. C. W. Mr. P. W. Wilson is down at St. made way for them they went around helpless.
Lamar d Mrs. T. M. Talbot. Terea trying his skill among the blue and around the Princeton pair. At first Outside of the e the trainer places
These had charge of the ladies'" fish. the young man wa surprised, there. an- a dummy represent the burglar, and
dearm h Valdosta Exsigered, and at last he raised his cane to the latch is a ched a strain& By
diepartm. of ti Valdoa Exposir and made a dash for liberty, wheueup- means of the sti the gate is opened
tion ear, a their wonderful AO I on the Yale men stopped and. wtpmout slowly, until the ead of the dummy
ucce assurance that nothing vr ., a word. fell upon him as they 4o in becomes visible, when the dog is
will be ing in the ladies' depart- For IfantsO sM ill u w" football, quietly, heavily and quidicly. taught to fly at its t. Herr Straus
ment. year. Some of the. most l7s W i Y I Al t |- N Then, straightening themselves again is very particular ut this. He makes
liberal inms will be offered in WJ "" into a line. the eight Yaleslans stopped his dogs attack throat or the upper
this de ent andladies throughout Bears the a moment and in concert raised jheir part of the body ways. Sometimes a
the o' h contemplate makin ex- naturee ot__-1Z i f hats to the thoroughly frightened girl real man well pa ded takes the place
hibuts do wen. to addr s Mrs.S t tand silently resumed their march down of the dummy, an of course lIe is well
ot 0 well o0 address Mrs. the street--Saturday Evening P6t. paid for his servi "
W. H. tcnretlary, Valoe.t, Democratic S eaki.t 1 All dogs, it see may be made good
GaW, for Cl um lits and general d r ot To Dea. watchdogs, but th St. Bernards and the
formation Hon. S. M. Sparkman, nominee for "I ama not prepared to state that the Russian wolho are the best where
Congress for the First Congressional dead can come to life," said a Penmsyl- property of great alue Is to be guard-
The P lar view of the relation of District, together* with other distin- vania man, "but the expe lene iof a ed. For dogs not fierce as they are
the bl to human character and gushed speakers. will address the friend of mine in a Pennsylvalla'G&r- a different system of training is used.i
co-2duct marked in many a familiar people on the dates and places men- man town would seem to ,nfAaCnek They soon learn to Mguard anything
expremi We speak of there being eiu d below: that way. r committed toth care, but are not so, -" between pnelonpe aten- t.o .5 io "Inthetownwhere he was ttiongn quick to attack an intruder as the
-a blue" be e" p i catin September -Milton, dy. he became acquainted with the local iereer dogs are.- hiladelphia asnes.
mity, v bube blood a- "i"niang September 1 -Pensacola, night. undertaker and in that way was ena-d .
ancestry of "black blood" as describ- September 18-DeFuniak Spring, bled to be present at the tfnimeral of a Peer I Per Living.
mg a heroes nature, and in day. young woman who had expired ftrom When Jim Brid _, the famous scout |
many another phrase mark Our be- September 18-Milligan, night, shock at seeing her husband falt from of the plans, gre old, he thought he
.lief that|in the mental,; moral and September 19-Westville, day. a load of hay. He was not hurt it all, would like to retit from the somewhat
physicalnau, "the blood is the life." September 20-Vernon, day" but she was, to all intents and pur- arduous life of a lainsman and settle|
The on sis of a healthful, happy September 20- "iiley, night poses, as dead awthe proverbial! door down to the ease of "the east," which
and used life is pure blood. With September 21-hMapa a, daiy. naiL The body was laid out In the-par- to him meant Mis uri. So he used his
t, disease has no September 2 -Ma. day. lor, and all the relatives and friends best endeavor to d a competent man-
the l -re, September 22-Quincy, day. had assembled to pay their lat re- to fill his place ai went back to Mis-
net o place m the system. For September 24-Wewahitchka, day. aspects to the dead. sourt
this rean the use of Dr. Iierce's September 25-Blountstown, day. "As is customary in that locality, a A year or two ed, and one day
Golden piedical Discovery ntis the .September 26-Bristol, day. big funeral dinner was served. !n the Captain Russell, the commandant .of
body diseases which have their September 27--Apalachicola, day. midst of the meal the parlor door open- the post which ridger had left, was
origm u" impurity of the blood. It September 28-Carrabelle, day._ ed and in walked the corpse. It didn't surprised to see the old scout heave
abeolt purfies the blood carry- S ,k, art diip take a minute to clear the room, lear- in sight. When e came in. the cap-
ing o e waste and poisons mat- ptem-ber 28 Crawfordville inug the intruder from the spirit world tain asked:
ter. in u theaction of the blood u p in sole possession. The undertaker "Well, Bridger, what brings you back

very reasonable figures.
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o0." a umndems udis&eI. N TIHE hnM..
years ago. in a weU known
w bouse in a big manufactur- my l. yew br a aa"b
town. an old bachelor bookkeeper, Rnm rit chance i-1t b -e
w had been many years with the ha till have riged steeps to
suddenly announced that he as 8 Don't place him on too high a phe
be married.In fancy; then he will not fia
be your esteem and nay attain
e partners gave him a week's boll- To somethiar-oble after-ail.
and his fellow clerks raised a -
purse and presented it to pay the boy. don't think yourSeth
e peses of his weedting tp. crown of purity die wears,
Couple of days after the wedding And you must help to keep it taeft
oe of the members of the firm went But abe will have her trying moo.
wn to a sabeaside resort, and there, And not w nd
wn About the parTradheseen 6are life's nerving interludea-
tging about the parade and ap- pituls for unwary feet.
tly enjoying himself immensely, o both are far for ec et,
saw hl recently arrived old book- You oth arerrom e y et, ;
k .er, Dut alone. Both may be wrong; so don't forget,
Where's your wife?" asked the prin- In anger's blind delirium,
That sweet concessions each must makt
"She's at home," was the ply. And tender promises renew
'But I thought you bad money given Or else a loving heart way break
But I thought you had money given And morrow come to dwell with you.
you for a wedding trip?' -Pearsoun a W
"So I had," was the reply, "but I ..
didn't understand that it was intended -'AT .. AT
4 include her."-Pearson's iWeekly. REAL ESTATE RPAT
The Word "Salary." t UOR SALE.-Cottage at Paint Teresa,
The way languages are built up is rooms, hall for ding room,tce
very interesting, and the derivation of on J. C Trice ait Taithasseean oeiee. _gJ
tae word "salary" is curious as well. BST STOCK AND DAIRY FARM INkH-
ancient times Roman soldiers re- die lorida 3 miles of city. 5(s acres
'iv _residence, barns, etc. For terms sply to W.V
Teived a daily portion of salt as part McGriff. 22-.
qf their pay. "Sal" is the Latin for 'OME CITY BUSINESkS PROPEItTIES
t, and when the salt w one lot to a whole block, rom 1.00
lt, and when the salt was in course $8,000, upon which are paying invi".
at time commuted for' money the now in operation 12 per cent. net. Alyto10
amount was called salarium, or salt W. MGifAP-ONE-EIGHT-
ioney; hence our word "salary" and terest in the ong Grove Lots.
Cene, doubtless, the expression "not sept.14.18B8. R. MUNUI
Iorth his salt"-that is, not worth his R' SALE-My reduce o n.asy terms.
maalt money," or salary. -oR SALE-AS I wish to improve other
L erty I offer for sale at a bargain, my res
Not R.estrited. on Clinton street- W. D. Wtios.,
"That gentleman who is being intro.- F R SAL GS FRnthOM FLitVOF
Jluced to Miss Binks is a freethinker." $1.00oo per setting of 13. Address C. P. Dn
"Which is he. a bachelor or a widow- Mannington. Fla. A..
ier?"-Brooklyn Life. FOR RENT.
j !'OR RENT-Five room contage furnished
About one half of the questions of unfurn ed Apply to F. C O GilmT
life we solve; the other half solve us.- cottages on Boulevaid St. Apply to
inlwaukee Journal. Robert

Cigar Dealers Like g

to have their regular customers smoke *

mOld Virginia Cheroots I

because they know that once a man U


i r hea tedred atillior Od Virgito Cueroots smolk
Aso de7i l Ac yosbowrdealnr. Price. 3 for 5 cts i
o w eiet hehmtot pueqo lueely oUit

Real Estate Agency,


200,00l acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wel
Florida, m tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acra
at reasonable prices; rated-according to timber, location, etc. .
Also desirable city and suburban Residences and Building Lots in a
around Tallahassee, the most picturesque and attractively located city in t
State, with bright prospects of improved business conditions.
Also improved Farms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for col
tivation, Stock Raising and Dairving. .
One of the' most desirable of this class is a tract of 800 acres of thi
finest Farming Land in Leon County, the garden spot of Middle Florid(
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section ui
the South. Especial attention is called to this tract which will be sold


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