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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 23, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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JOHN C. TRICE, Publisher and opretor. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA, TH UIRSAY, AUGUST 23. 1900. VOL. XX, NO. 26

FITL XTLEflA? "State House? Dooyou find any rec- and worthy Brother W. C. Harvin. Benjamin Andrews Meginniss; there- read th various comment-1 of the T X DPAV RDD QD7IT
AL ALLE GA T11 ommendation in the platform that The sadness and the sorrow that fore, be it northern press. 4 1A rAl iill A .
the Capital should be removed? You comes with this affliction to the home Resolved, That in the death of The prin field (Mass.) tepubli-
I.... will search the platform in vain for of our brother goes deep into our Benjamin Andrews Meginniss the can (In .) (one of the fairest of the n
Jacksonville Capital ASSOCia an affirmative answer to either of these hearts-for we know, we realize Local Board of Insurance Agents north papers) makes thr follow- SentIlmnt in Eastand Sout
tin Mirr questions, and for that reason you will fullv, the loss to the home, where the of Tallahassee has lost one of its ing int ting comment: Floria Oo Renioval
tin Misrepresents decide that the claim of the Jack- mother's voice is forever stilled, most popular and highly esteemed "As f r justification, there as none Rplp
sonville Capital Asspciation, that the We offer to our brother a sympathy members, whose noble traits of char- in eith case, but when that as been
STATE CONVENTIONS ACTIO convention passed -ipon these ques- that grows from a sentiment which acter endeared him to every one of said, it only fair to bra d New MASSES ANT NO CHANGK
STATECONVENTIONSItions, is not true. thoroughly appreciates his great loss- us as well as to all those who corn- Yorka more wanton in its savagery
--- PThe tax-payers should bear in the wife, the mother and the friend, posed his large circle of friends and than N w Orleans. The ne to mur-
Condition of Present Capitol N mind that the, present State House, An Allwise God, who never errs, has acquaintance. His life of patient and derer the Southern ci killed Encouraging Letters Received by the
Passed Upon. which meets all the necessary re- called her to her heavenly home, and efficient attention to business, of lov- three p licemen, instead of one. The Capital League.
It is a well known fact, that the qu quirements, belongs to them and she now rejoices with the angels in ing devotion to his family and kindly black rice down there is about half A letter from a well-known citi-
tion of Capital removal was used that it is the height of folly to incur that celestial home where none but friendship for every one, marks a ca- the en population, and.aace an- zen of Kathleen, Polk county, speak
the cityof Jacksonville, primarily f additional obligations, which simply God's chosen ones can enter.- We reerof useful manliness which can tigon has been develop through in of the Capital removal iue
he alurposesand that itwspre means increased taxation, when there commend our brother and his moth- well be emulated by those who de- social a d political agencies sincee the
ated intpoo the State Convention a is no valid reason !for such action. erless babes to the comfort and care sire to lead a life so commendable, as days w en the blacks in Ne$" Orleans aYou may depend on it that a
time when S the nominations we Your public business has been, and of an Allwise God, and we would was his. As Secretly of the Local were ves. In New Yorl the col- not in favor of such an enormous tax
pending and the 22 votes of Do is now, satisfactorily transacted in offer the assurance that He who has Inhurance Board his !faithful service ored population is infinitesi m the at this time as it would necessarily
county were so much desired by t the Capitol building which belongs so grievously touched their hearts and valuable advice did much to pro- whole; a social and poli al factor take to remove and build a new
friend of four of the candidates f to you, then why evolve yourselves can alone alleviate the intensity of mote the usefulness of the organiza- it has ways been too insi- ficant to Capitol for our State."
Governor that they preferred to v in a debt for a new building which is their suffering. 'And while the angel tion. We will miss him. be seri usly considered in e city's Another Polk county gentleman
Governor, that the question to the not necessary? mother sits upon the throne of grace, R. A. SHIE, life. t the New York b was at ing in Barto, rites this:
without considering its merits. Th The Efficiency of ur Health Board. may her gentle, guiding hand still be J. DiAMOND, work within a month after_ the mob I am opposed to the removal of
in itself, shows that the delegates T. with the loved ones whom she has R. It. MICKLER, at Ne Orleans and was nly equal the State Capital, as I think it meian
in itsconsiderthematter of much The promptness with which Dr. preceded to the better world. And Committee. to it i indiscriminate, feious as- a heavy expense at a time when not
ortance and that they were aim Porter, of the State Health Board, as they pass alongthe narrow way sault upon innocent, peaceable citi- ended. e have just gotten to
portance and that ey wer to e took charge of the s yellow fever scare that leads through life's sunshine ano i Be Careful of Wat You Eat. zens, ose only offense w the color where e can pay our rent taxes.
submitting theo the at Tampa, again ei phasizes the fact shadows may they feel its gentle There seems to he good deal of of the skins.. Since the freeze we have had to calL
for their decision. to the people of florida that, with touch and know that it guides them sickness in Tallahassae and surround- "It s idle to condone he New for time to pay them, and now to ac
After securing, under L- circus Dr. Porter on the .watch, they need to the bright star of hope that ever ing country especially among the York break on the und that on a heavier burden for something-
ov ed Ch ldld P aert o th eefu w et-eshablied riactr w eat u n e o m f o- a d a v t e sare f r oe w s v y uh th e w i smnt h i
stances, the adoption of that porti have no fear that an epidemic of yel- shines in the world beyond; there- children. Parents s would be careful the ri rs were for the ost part ll .
of the platform calling for a prim low fever will stew* upon them una- fore, be it not to eat and not Ilow their chil- hoodl ms. The rioters i New Or- dnn d you f or t t
election on the question of the 1 wares. By his recent prompt, pre- Resolved, That we extend the dren to eat too much fruit of which leans were for the most rt hood- have been out some, talk iti the
tion of the Capital, the Capital ventive action, he has shown that he sympathy of the membership of there was such a bountiful supply lus. The truth is that oodlums le and I fid the sentiment grow-
moval Association of Jacksonville % considers the safe y of the State at Cicero Lodge No. 1, Knights of Py- this year. Owing to the severe cold genelly possess all the p ions and in against removal, and for my
dertakes to -convey the impe large more important than the tem- this, to our bereaved brother and in February there was very little share e prejudices wh' fill, the self you will find m against extra
that the Convention endorsed pory inconvenience of a single com- his family, and may God in His good- fruit last summer, even blackberries heart a community. I e ques- expenses and high takes, when not
idea that the Capital should be munity. It also further impresses ness and mercy administer to their being unusually scarce, and conse- tions especially they feel t same an- necessary
moved. Could there be anyth g the- well-establisho4 fact that under comfort, and alleviate the sorrow and quently there was vry little sickness, tagonams that the lat element a
more absurd? The fact is, that e our State health laws-with an effi- grief that now abides with them. especially among th colored people, feel, te chief difference ning that
action af the Convention was in o cient head-we enuoy a degree of se- Resolved, Thata copy of the fore- who live so largely i summer on this the hoodlums have less control A very prominent citien of
sense an expression of opinion fa r- curity not attainable under the health going preamble and resolutions bp fruit. Of course, the heavy rains When riots like these r whole Tampa has this week written to the
able to Capital removal, and it officials of the general government. spread upon the minutes of or this year added to the trouble, but city is, guilty." Capital League of this city a strong
clearly so stated in the Conven Looking back oi the yellow ever Lodge and sent to our bereaved we doubt if to any great extent be- And the following cli-piDg from letter, from which the following is
The principal argument used in epidemics of the ast few years, we brother and his family; also one f cause of the magnificent natural the tlanta Constitution is to the extracted:
half of the adoption of the Ca 1 note the fact that; they all spread, i ished the Weekly TALLAASSEE d age of our hill country. One point: "I am soul and body in sympathy
removal plank in the platform they did not originate, through the for publication. m r has impressed the fact in the "For the first time sinme emanci- with every man who is in for of
that the people should be given aelessners of th U. S. health an- Fraternally submitted,,,ost practical manner on her chd- pation the Republican orans of the our State Capital remaining at Talla-
opportunity to express themselves n thorities. Such was the case at New CeAs. F. COGSWELL, dren that a dose of castor oil must North are beginning to realize that hassee. I wish to ouy that i my
the subject. Orleans several years ago when the J. F. HinLL, follow adose of green peaches, and they have been engagedin meting humble opinion o ur fight is not a
The delegates to the Conven n epidemic originated because the au- SELIM W. MYERS, as a consequence have had no sick. out the most hurtful fo of injus- ard one and scarcely a doubtful one
from the several counties (except o, thorities of the quarantine station at Committee. ness among her little ones. A dose twice to the white people o the South if the matter is plainly explained to
one for and one against) were no P- Algiers permitted! visitors from the of oil at the right moment is a bv their wholesale criticism and the masses, and the utter foolisness
structed upon the question of sutb main land to goiamong the inmates cam-Morgan. cheaper and better remedy than the abuse'. whenever, in spial or par-n r ipt anl the hardships they
ting the Capital question to the of the station, .bo were infected A very pretty wedding took place doctor at the wrong time. ticular instances, a negr has been welfully bring upon themselves to
pie and there had been no express p with the dread idisease-thus dis- at Centerville Monday morning, when made a victim of a mob. benefit one city and a few politicians
of opinion on the part of the pe he seminating the ger s. Miss ('orinne Eleanor, daughter of Di. The New York Evenin Post sys I lese ting for reov al.
favoring any such action except in So also, duriglast summer, the fe- Dr. J. I Carn, was married to Mr. Mrs. Wm. C. Harvin of this city that nes of the negro ots on thea sure tat te vote fro
Duval county, hence, the deleg es ver at Hamptonf Va, near Ports- Marcellus Morgan, of Chattahoochee. diedlast Thursday afternoon very West Side will be read satisfac- Tampa proper will graify in to
themselves could not, even if ey month, was traced to an inmate of The ceremony was performed by th4 .y. She was anestimabletion by most people frothe Poto- you. I would like t have ome of
had so desired, put on record y- the U. S. Soldiers' Home at that Rev. W. J. Carpenter, pastor of the a y, 'aevo te ife anedmother. A mac to the Rio plerande Perhaps your pamphlet to distribute among
thing to show that there was a g ie- place, who had re 'ently arrived from M. E. Church at Tallahassee. Quite husband and seven small children so. It is possible to re et the oc- my laboring friends, and will aid
ral dee, or a real necessity, for e Cuba and who as allowed to mix crowd of admiring and loving friends survive her. The funeral took place currency and at the sam e feel your league in every way in my
removal of the Capital. It was '1~i with the other inmates without proper and relatives gathered from far and Friday morning from her home, the degree of satisfaction th. the scene power.
known and understood by the e- sanitary precautions. near to witness the ever interesting Rev. Mr. Provence officiating, and of the event was next door, as it
gates to the Convention that no h Cmparing these instances of the ceremony, which came off promptly was largely attended by her sorrow- were, to those mighty m al engines lere is what one of Fernand ina's
desire then existed except on be official carelessness, inefficiency, red- at 10:30 a. m. The two sisters of the ing friends, of Northern civilizationn ,hich for a leading citizens writes to the Ca pital
part of a few politicians, and at tapeism, or whatever name one may bride, Misses Ettie and Edna, acted as generation have bee ing all the League about the Cait eov
there was no necessity whatever or please to call it (.he result of whih bride's maids. The groom looked at Southern people responsil e for every scheme:
pluche tov c i r lf"The o'ervaulting ambition: of cetr-
such removal has always beenjan epidemic), with handsome and happy, as grooms On Friday, August 17th, the allies outrage committed by i esponsibl
Io is not surprising that, sir. it the efficiency and promptness of our should look, and the bride in white blew up the gatesof the city of Pekin criminals, as well as for he taking tain reckless politicians in J ackson-
was decided that the question of e own health board, it is not strange organdie and satin, with lace trim- after a hard fight. They succeeded in off of every negro crim al whose yule lea's them into advoPatmn any
remoxal of the Capital must be b- that the people of the South, and es- mings, was lovely. She carried in entering the city andim- beastliness no man can e lure. measure of municipal aigrandize-
mitted to the people, there should (be pecially of the State of Florida, pre- her hand a large bunch of La France mediately sent detachments to the a ment or personal gain, regardless of.
other aspirants for the Capital. at fer their present security to the feel- roses, and bore herself With as much foreign legations, whom they found A Big Job. the rights of the people."
is in keeping with the natural or ing of insecurity that would follow if composure as if nothing unusual.was safe. What the next step of the A great many people and some The same letter says:
of things. Every citizen, or co u- they were obliged to depend on the transpiring. The presents were nu- allies will be is not yet determined. Aeat mn appear to "hile 1 do not eliev e need
nity, has the right to seek wha er watchfulness Qf the U. S. IHospital merous and choice. Having accomplished the primary think that the vote on ta e Capital any great combination to defeat
mayle honestly obtained, but he Board.. The happy pair left immediately object of thevasion.e.therescueof removal question in Novpmber,will Capitalmovingjust now, weappro-
purpose to seek in the master of p- The recent scare should also re- after the ceremony for their future the foreign legations, we should not be a final settlement of thh question, ciate the effort you are making, ant
ital removal was.deternined er, mind the voters oj Florida that all our home in Chattahoochee. Among countenance any farther hostile ac- whereas it is only the be inning. will help you.
and not before, the action o the seaport towns ar~ liable to a visita- those from a distance present were ton against a nation with whom we "Twas a strange< sight to witness
convention, in every case exce as tion of yellow fever, and for that rea- Mrs. O, M. Hardaker, Miss Rose claim to be at peace, but should in- If some place other th.n Tallahas- the raising of $4,000 -for excu rsions
to Jacksonville. son, ff for no othdr, the Capital should Kemp, and Messrs. R. M. and D. H. sist that when the insurrection is see is chosen, the next Legislature and wining an( dining a convention
The Jacksonville Capital Re al be continued at Tallahassee, which Morgan, father and brother of the quelled, the imperial government will have to pass an amnndment to of politicians, while the city's daily
Association, not being content ith has been proved to be entirely im- groom. restored and proper guarantees given, the Constitution, by a ithree-fifths press was advertising pselinquent
the ridiculous attempt to show at mune. To have pur State Capital cut Republican Congressional Committee. for the safety of tie native and for- vote, submitting the question of re- taxes-1rs columnsrn of 30 feet and 4
the convention approved of the off from all communication with the The Republican Congressional eign christians, the allied forces .ov.l to the peope,thiag endment inches length!
of removing the Capital, now c -mS rest of the Stat., would cause great Committee for the First Florida Di wirawn. will be voted on at the general ec- patriotic public spirit
Committee or heFirstFloridaDis-tion fof 1902. If it is .decided to


that it s "neeoiess to consluer e inconvenieneet the people, besides trict held a meeting at Tallahassee The New York Race Riot. sbi the question of location at To Elect a Pastor.
condition of the present capitol ild- increasing the cost of running the on Satqrday. Hon. J. N. Coombs, On the 15th inst. one of the worse the same time it will be necessary for There will be a meeting of the
ing" because that matter has een State government thousands of dol- chairman of the comm ittee,was not race riots ever known in any nrth- one f the places to get a majority of congregation of the Presbyteriar
passed upon by the people re- lars. present, being called to Colorado, ernm or southern city occurred in the kgal votes cast. If, on the other Church on Sunday, August 26, 1900,
rented in the last Democratic n- This is no if1ng point to be where his son is ill. The attendance, New York, caused by the killing of han, it is determined to revise the at 11 o'clock a. m, for the purpose of
vention." This is a plaineff to passed over lightly, but should be however, was very good. Hon. John a policeman by a negro while resist- Con titution, then the Lesature of electing a pastor for said church
deceive the people into the lief most earnestly considered by every Eagan acted as chairman, and Hon. ing arrest. In an incredibly shot 190 will be required a vote of All members of the congregation are
that the actual condition of the lahasseete voter in Novemer. P.F. McGourin as secretary.to time, a mob of several thousand as- two-thirds of all the men bers to pass respectfully requested to attend said
all the degatesto t heState on- A Serios Accident. Resolutions were adopted strongly sembled whites were clubbing, shoot- such resolution, the action of the meeting.
vention and that they arrived t a On Monday afternoon, while Mr. protesting against accepting the de- ing, and attacking every negro they Legislature will then have to be sub- Powers Guilty of oeb flurder.
conclusion which asbased pon John Burns, whplives 12 miles north nation of Hon. John N. Coombs, found on the streets (numbers being mitted to the people at toe election Georgetown, Ky., August 1.-
ac ertaoi nc wfa bs of Tallahassee, was going home his recently nominated for Governpr;, dragged from the street cars and of 1902, and if adopted, then the After a long and exciting trial, Cal-h
Now it is respectfull subm ed, team became frightened and ran away requesting George B. Patterson of beaten with the utmost ferocity) Legislature of 1903 wilLbe required Powers was convicted by the jury of
that a great majority f the ele down the hill north of Mr. Saxon's Ky t n e r resulting in the serious injury of to make the necessary appropriations being an accessory to the murder of
gates to the DemocraticState n- residence. Mr.. Burns jumped from m e First District, to indite his thirty or fortyinnocent negroes. The to carry out the will of the people, William Goebel.
vntioninJune A. D. 1900, no the wagon and unfortunately broke letterof acceptance, defe his posi- whites did not have it all their own and when the revision is complete it Immediately after the verdict was
idea what kind of a build the both bones of hi right leg below the ton, and let the party know whether way for the negroes retired to the must be submitted to t people for rendered, the court sentenced Pow-
State Caitolwas, and for tha k Dr. Philbick and Gunn set he will take the stump and wage an upper windows of their houses from ratification or rejection. ers to the State penitentiary for life.
son it wuldhave been an a ate the fracture, an Mr. Burns is doing aggressive campaign. There which they discharged pistols, stones From the above it is lain to see The verdict was taken very quietly
issity for the convent to as well as could be expected after so conerabl enthusiasm among the and other missiles at the infuriated that is no small undertalkng to move in the court room. Powers' friends
haimpssibiexpre ssedanintelligentpainful an accident. members present, and all were de- mob below. It was owing only to a the State Capital. It takes time, and attorneys accepted it in silence.
nave expresse n of ftgen paincidedly in favor of a vigorous cam- fortunate down-pour of rain and the money, patience and votes to do the The convicted man cameI near
ion. Asa matter -of fact, e on- In Memorlam. paign, not only in this district, but appearance of a large force of the trick.-The Brooksvill64News Reg- fainting when the finding of the j
ing ean opinion asto the condi oof To the Officers and Members of throughout the entire State. Theto police-that a large number of deaths sister, Aug. 17. was read lie confidently expected
^ing an hini lbin0 and any a t Cicero Lodge No. 1, Knights of Py- members w ge epucans did not have to be recorded. Except a mistrial.


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THE WEEKLY TALLAHASSEEAN:


THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 191X).


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Bottle Free to Sufferers.
Does your Skin Itch and Burn? Dis-
tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you
feel ashamed to be -.een in company?
Do scabs and scales form on the skin.
Hair or Scalp? Have you Eczema?
Skin Sore and Cracked? Rash form on
the Skin? Prickling Pain in the Skin?
Boils. Pimples? Bone Pain? Swollen
Joints? Falling Hair? All Run Down?
Skin Pale? Old Sores? Eating Sores?
Ulcers? All these are symptoms of
Eczema and Impurities and Poisons in
the Blood. To cure take B. B. B.
(Botanic Blood Balm) which makes the
blood pure and rich. B. B. B will cause
-the sores to heal, itching of eczema to
atop forever, the skin to become clear
and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is just
the remedy you have been looking for.
'Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Give it
a trial. For sale by druggists at $1 per
large bottle; six large bottles (full treat-
ment) $5. Complete directions with
each bottle. So sufferers may test it, a
trial bottle given away. Write for it.
Address Blood Balm Co., 524 Mitchell
St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble
and FrAe personal medical advice given.
Sulcidex nnd ('Urosxroam.
It has been sungit'i'l that suicides
-were buried atl crossrl;Is 4elause it
was usual to erect 1 cross at such
places. Those who were excluded from
holy rites were lu-ried t hre as the
place next illn snllciit.y to consecrated
ground. It w:is an old superstition
that the devil--danced :it crossroads
and that the erection of a cross threat
-would prevent such unseemly prac-
tices. From this or some other super-
stition, such as the f-ar that his ghost
might walk ieh earth, arose the cus-
tom of driving a stake through the sui-
cide's body.
These plausilble theories !:ave gained
many advocates. loiw: it i-; ;nore likely
that burial at "*ro:-dsr',:-ls was intended(
as a mark of ir-ig. ni ,. The lutimples,
-or rather ;itaris. ;, ;:-.w ht.:ilhlii T' eu-
tons were ii -:1;Y :l liie' jiL-tion off
crossroals. Time p!;wde .of executioin
was tller. andl eri'iiniils were sacri-
ficed to !ie ~o',s: l:tn.- sui'iles were
buried at tliwe cro*,-:i:*-t;s toi give as
strong anii miUpressi; as iposille of
heathen burial. P'rolal.ly. too. tlie pub-
licity of such a spot. whiicli insured the
-fact that a great nilnlniber of people
-would Lbecome directly aware of the
degrading roionsequenvis of tlie crime,
,had a good deal to do with its selec-
-tion.
A curious fact in this connection is
to be found in I'lato's Laws d(ook ix.
..2hapter 121. 'Tlite i imurlerer of any of
his n:ear kl n. ;ftier eiii.g put to death.
was "casi o it of il." city. naked, in an
-appoinltid pla-e where three roads
meet, a:i!-t l.t ;i1l !i I a-g;istrates. in be-
half of Hie wholh- sa..c. carry each a
stone a'l! hurl it at the head of the
,dead bujly."

"Nortn"a nnd Liberty.
In an air in lite opera ofi "Norma"
the theatrical censor went so far as to
-cancel the word "liberta" (liberty) and
substitute for it the word "lealta"
tloyally). Signor Ronconi, the


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Wise advice is the result of experincce.,
The hundreds of thousands who ha'vc
Stsed Hood's SarsapamriLa, America's
Greatest Medicine, counsel ihoce rwh,'o
would purify and enrich the lbid to
avail !hemsefr'ves of its virtVes. He is
wise w9ho profits by this good advice.


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"heFEaxle Got the PFih.
At this Junction of the thoroughfare
and Island lake on a dead pine more
than 100 feet high sat a white headed
-eagle. In the air a large fishhawk was
-sailing over the water looking for his
dinner 2(X) or 300 feet below him.
What penetrating orbs of vision na-
ture has endowed this bird with!
There, he gives his lightninglike shot
to the water, seems almost submerged,
only to reappear with a four pound
pike in his talons. Slowly he rises,
going toward the woods, where he
hopes to enjoy his well earned meal,
but he has reckoned without his host.
The king of birds has been watching
his every movement and, if found sue-
-.cessful. is in readiness to exact that
tribute which the stronger always de-
mands and compels from the weak.
Almost quick as thought the eagle is
pursuing the hawk, and for a little
while a merry chase it is. But the
eagle is the master, and the hawk in-
stinctively feels it, as after a sudden,
violent swerve, only just to evade the
terrible claws of the now enraged
eagle, he drops the prize and slowly
flies to the other end of the lake.
There is no need for haste now, as
'The master was after tribute, not the
hawk. Payment having been made by
relinquishing valuable property, the
eagle once more displays his wonderful
activity by catlflnfg the pike before it
-strikes the water and then as leisurely
-to corer to gormandize.-Forest and

ECZEMA, ITCHING HUMORS,
PI1lPLES CURED BY B. B. B.


.mnous baritone and a great public fa-
rite, having, in the ardor of his role,
iPgotten the above mentioned emenda-
wn, w-s imprisoned for three days in
Her t, refresh his memory.
Not leang after, singing the line in the
Slisir d'Amore" describing how a
*.sant enlisted, "Vende la liberta. si
tsoldato" (lHe sold his liberty to be a
idier), he waggishly altered it to
hende la lealta, si fe soldato." This
triation in the text was received with
vely applause by the public, who al-
ays warmly welcomed anything that
Lrored of political opposition.
The next day the poor singer was
kmmoned by the head of the police to
eive a reprimand for having said
[at "loyalty could be sold," to which
onconi replied by observing that a
pW days before lie hadi been taught in
way lie was not likely to forget that
ealta" ought always to be substitut-
n for "liberta."-iPietro Orsi's "Mod-
n Italy."
iThe First Eanrly Evening Paper.
'The plan of this P'aler not being
nmerally known, the Proprietors most
spectfully take the Liberty of sub-
rltting the following Sketch of it to
me perusal of the l'ublie.
fhe Noon Gazette will be regularly
dblished every day at Twelve o'Clock
id.will contain all the actual news of
ib Nine Morning l'apelrs. cautiously
id faithfully selected from them. Ev-
v Species of Misinformation and Un-
tth will lie guarded against with the
most care, anild the Communication
Ireall authientihaled Intelligence only
ill ever be tlihe grand' Object of this
rint.
Besides the Adlvantage of having all
ie News of the Nine Morning Papers
Imprized in one. lthe Noon Gazette
ill contains a P'ostscript with every
article of imiportanlt Inielligence -that
ay arise on the Morning of its publi-
Stion. so that as well as a universal
morning lPaper, this Print will be
jund little, if :t all, inferior to any
veling Publication.-Froin The Noon
azette and. -aily IRegister. 17M0.

What Not to Say.


I


I in t t xceptnfort.
In the treatment of skin diseases ir
said that the rays of the sun are
tite efficacious. They can't cure
rckles, however.-Bradford Era.

No Time to Waste.
"I'm a business man," he said
usquely, "and I've no time to waste.
[want to marry your daughter. Can
6Fave her?"
|he merchant gasped.
i'You seem to be in a good deal of a
rry," he suggested.
"I am," replied the suitor. "As I told
0u, I am a business man. I made up
y mind that I wanted a wife, and I
rted out to get one. I've secured
ie refusal of two girls this morning,
at my option expires in 24 hours, and
I can't have your daughter I want to
ose with one of them before it's too
ite. Do I get her?"
"No."
"Good. There's nothing like having
clear understanding. One of the oth-
rs lives in the next block, and the
other is half a mile away. I'll take the
earest, save a, good ten minutes of
valuable time and get back to my desk
a time to look over Ihe late mail.
here's no use letting the minor affairs
f life encroach on one's business.
!oo day, sir."-Chicag9 Post.
Yucatan Ruins.
"Apropos of the wonderful ancient
ruins in Yucatan," said a New Orleans
college professor, "there is one very
'ortunate circumstance 'which has pro-
ected them almost entirely from spo-
lation by the Indians. It Is currently
ip.linvad. hu 4t1a .A i i b all 1tlrn.io


2


An Ingenious Toper.
An eminent tragedian, given to in-
toxicants, was once locked up in a
room at the rear of the theater to keep
him in proper condition till he was call-
ed to go on the stage. One door of the
compartment opened on the street, and
while looking through the keyhole he
saw a man passing.
Calling him up to the door, he pushed
some money through a crack and in-
structed him to go to the public house
at the opposite corner and procure a
pint of gin and a clay pipe, promising
to reward him for his trouble.
The man did as directed, and when
he returned with the articles, the actor
told him to put the stem of the pipe
through the keyhole and pour the gin
carefully into the bowl.
These instructions the accommodat-
ing individual also followed, and the
result was that when the manager call-
ed to notify him of his turn he found
him in a very happy frame of mind,
but not at all in a condition calculated
to add to his fame as an actor.-Lon-
don Tit-Bits.


From Sky to Pawnshop.
Pawnbrokers take some curious
pledges, but it is not often that they
receive one. froi ai nol her world. A
London pa wvnshlop. however, exhibits
in its w.-iol a li;a .-n ; -!: ::;','iit;'. : i);iss of fused
nmeill i";ii i'c11,. ;l:; : xV- w e' fr-oIn heaven
to ;"'v:, pu ;:::, vihl his beer.
A I: -,-.-I ';'- ;:. -::, ':ztnt that it
was l.'ipu; ; r.: i *. ;;i----t *" regions by
a sailor.-New \. ;: Tr.'i uL'..


A stray chiiipanzee rrom Central Af-
rica sometimes goes as far north as
Morocco, where it is looked on as "a
hairy man with four hands."


A TEXAS WON EK.
Hall's Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame
hn ...." v .a e..m .a m n all


Sawed &ANIUIIDRUft c


c~amy. m.otrIeugly. I am umom3
I.-e my baby' s. Ida to6
I saruesdy amb- an l sethwhou
bays sickly or delicate sildrm J"
to tryingbetel. cNA me Whet do

Mon. LIZZII MURAY.!


is.. eStatismGe IVOmo
pa% mn


Horses In Bettle. *
One of the most curious sights to be
seen In a cavalry charge Is the various
riderless horses galloping in the line in
perfect order. At the charge of Bala-
klava the front rnatk of one regiment
was composed to a great extent of rid-
erless animals, their masters having
dropped one by one. It would seem
that in the excitement of thepaoment
the horses lose all conception of what
Is happening around them and proba-
bly fail to notice the fall of their rid-
ers.
The return of riderless horses to
camp is an almost certain sign of de-
feat. When a cavalry charge is suc-
cessful, the horses will, as I have said,
all keep up together, even though they
have lost their riders, but when a force
is routed the first news of ill omen to
those in the rear will be the return of
the horses with empty saddles and
stirrups dangling free. No more sorry
sight can be imagined. To illustrate
the callous feeling these animals have
under fire a case which happened at
Ladysmith during tlhe siege may be
cited. A farrier sergeant was engaged
In shoeing. an otli(er's horse in the open,
ground behind the stables of a hotel
and had already put one or two nails
into the shoe when a shell came scream-
ing through the air. The next mo-
ment the missile burst five or six yards
away from where the sergeant and the
horse were standing, and the splinters
flew around both, but failed to touch
either. When the smoke had cleared,
the horse was to ie seen with its foot
still in thi man's apron, quite undis-
turbed by the Incident. 7'earson's
Magazine.
Buying a Fan in Spain.
This is how a Spanish senorita bar-
gains for her fan. according to Miss
Katharine Lee Rates, who spent some
time in Spain studying the people and
customs of that sunny clime:
There is nothing sordid about it.
Her haggling,is a social Condeseensionf
that at once puts the black eyed young
salesman at her nI-'rcy.
"RBut the fan seems to Ume the least
bit dear, sehor!"
lie shrugs his shoulders and flings-
out his arm in protest.
"Al,l. senoritla Yen do not see how
Iwautiful lie ork is. I amn giving it
away at 1; p)-cla's.'"
She lifts her ey'(hrows half incredu-
lously. all hewitchingly.
"At 5 peslta:s, seior'."
lit1 ruus his land llr:-ough his black
hair in chivaIlrous distress.
"But the ipeerless work. senor'ita! And
this other too. I sacrifice it at 4 ptse-
tas."
She touches both fans lightly.
"You will let us have the two at 7'0
pesetas. senor?"
Her eyes danee over his confusion.
IHe catches the gleaum, laughs back,
throws up his hands.
"Bueno. senioriit At what you
please!"
And the senorita trips away content-
ed with a sharp bargain, although-for
Spanish gallantry, even when genuine,
goes farther on the lips than otherwise
-the price was probably not much
more remote from what pleased the
smooth tongued clerk than from what
she pleased.-Youth's Companion.


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


numprovlng His Time.
"So you were in Paris?"
"Yes." answered Mr. Cumrox. "Mrs.
C. and the girls wanted to go."
"Did you visit all the points of in-
terest?"
"I should say so. We went to more
places in a week than we could learn
to pronounce the names of in six
months."-Washington Star.




A HUSBAND


SAYS:


Before my
wife began using
Mother's Friend
she could hardly
get around. I do
not think she
oould
get
along
without
it now. She has
used it for two
months and it is
a great help to
her. She does
h e r housework
without trouble."

Mothers Friend
is an external liniment for expectant


CAMPAIGN DATES.

State and Congressional Speakers Will
Unite in Both Districts.
September 3-Miami, night.
September 4-West Palm Beach,
day.
September 5-Titusvilie, night.
September 6-Daytona, day.
September 7-St. Augustine,
night.
September 8-Fernandina, night.
September 10-Macclenny, day.
September 11-Lake City, day.
September 12--Jasper, day.
September 132-Live Oak, day.
September 14--Madison, day.
September 15-M3ilton, day.
September 17-1Pensacola, night.
September 18-DeFuniak, day.
September is-Milligan, night.
September 19-Westville, day.
September 20-Vernon, day.
September 20-Chipley, night.
September 21-Marianna, day.
September 22-Quincy, day.
September 24-Wewahitchka,day.
September 25-Blountstown, day.
September 26-Bristol, day.
September 27-Apalachicola, day.
September 28-Carrabelle, day
(Party will divide both meetings).
September 28--Crawfordville,
day. (Party will divide both meet-
ings).
September 29-Tallahassee, day.
October 1-Monticello, day.
October 2-Perry, day.
October 13-Mayo, day.
October 5-- -Lake Butler, day.
October 6(-Gainesville, day.
October 8-Ocala, day.
October S-Leesburg, day.
October 9-Wildwood, ilay.
October 9--Orlando, night.
October 10-Kissimmee, day.
October 10-Lakeland, night.
October 11 -llartow, day.
October 12-Arcadia, day.
October 1,3-Fort Myers, night.
October 16-lBrooksville, day.
October 17-Inverness, day.
October 1 S--1ade City, day.
October 20-Key West, night.
October 22- 1 iraidentowli, day.
October 22--Tampa, night.
October 2:3-1)eLand, night.
October 24--l'alatka, day.
October 25--Green Cove Springs,


It keen common sense,
added superior judgme t .and
experie e, to be superinte ent of
a railro Such a man n er re-
comm anythingthat he not
himself objected to cruci test.
A pr om ent railroad super tend- ..
ant, li g at Savannah, a., in
which c he was born, ys he -
feels be er than he ever d and ,-
he had e worst case of dy ia .
on reco He had no appe e, and
the little he ate disagreed wi him,
causing to vomit oft L. He
had pa in the head, br and
stoma but after using bot-
tles of f P. P. he felt like a new
man.* says that he feels at he
could liv forever if he could ways f
get P. P. His name will given
on appli tion to TIippman Brothers, the .
propriety rs of this great r y.
Dys psia in all its s is promptly
and ently cured by P. P. General
Debility md lack of ene give place to vim and ambition through
the use P. P. P. Blood P n and all its incidental and hereditary
ills are adicated by P. P. Rhe-matism is conquered and banished
by P. P. ., as are also Cat h and Malarip P. P.P. is a purely vege-
table co lpoid, which has steadily grown in favor for years.
SOLD Y -ALL DRUGGISTS.
LIPP BROTHERS, moWN ga AS O B CKx Savannah, Ga.


Hari


ware, Har ware, Crockervwara



Line of Cook Stoves Ranges and Healte:s


FULL LINE OF WAGON MATERIAL, BOTH STEEL and IROh.
A full ne of Steam Fit ngs, consisting of Piping, Pipe-fitting
Injecto Inspirators, W dstles, Steam Gauges, Check and GIobte
Valves. Also. a full li Rubber and Leather Belting, L:- "
Leathe Belt Hooks nd Steam Packing. A full lin 9
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1 7 AITICL KE IN FSI-C.L U S UWAlE ERS .
Cal at L C. YAEGER'S.
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"NEW RIVAL,"

FA ORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
Is oI th market compere with the "NEW RIVAL" in uni-
sag qa 'ties. bure fire and waterproof. Get the genuine.
Sails. f.al ..- .... ...


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1)o not say. "I can't eat." Take Hood's
Lrsaparilla and say, "I am hungry all
*e time. and food never hurts me."
Never say to your friends that you are
tired in the morning as at night. If
ey happen to be sharp they will tell
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that tired
ling.
1o not sav, "My. face is full of pim-
O." You are quite likely to be told by
ine one, "There's no need of that, for
good'ss Sarsaparilla cures pimples."
Iit improper and unnecessary to say
bly health is poor and my blood is bad.3
pod's Sarsaparilla will give you good
ood, and good health will follow as a
itural consequence.
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HflURCHRs.
.S t1 H Cn. -ouih. W. J. Carpi nier, Psi-

A. Ml 7; :t PM. I Sabbath School lb A. M
.rayur Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 P. M.
pjRBYTErR1IAK BCURCH, Rev.S. L. McCarty.
Pastor. services will be held regularly every
Sunday at 11"-0 A. M. and I.-0 P. M. Seats aie
tree and the public cordially invited to-at-
tend. Sunday School at l0:W A. M. Pra).r
Meeting. Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. Union Chris-
tian Endeavor Meeting, 3:30 P. M.. Sunday .
hBAIrrr CHURCH. tev. S. M. Provence
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
every Sunday. sunday.School at 4 p. m.
prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. A cordial
welcome is extended to all.
ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Dr. W. H.
anter Pastor.- Services: Preaching every
unday-11 A.M.; 7:3J P. M. Friday evenmgser-
viccs at 7:30 P. M. Sunday School at 10 A. M.
CATrIHOLIC Cu Runo- Re v. J. L. BHuli, 1htc-
tor. Series: High Makb and Sermon at 9 A. M"
Lattch,:4>.>:; 1. M. tl trat. aLnd Bt-nedic-
l .,... P'. 1M.
Ol wvt'-ih iittL, Mas+5:45 A. M.
Hi I, t.l'(- I sislTo 'i.l 'lt'- lor sale at all
timen at cobt prices at The TALLAHASSEiAN
Office.
:. M. 1". Church tulnva3y School a~ 0a. min.,
Prott.i.-r. G. RileySuperintendent. Preach-
Sg it :; .- In. and s p. nm.
,-er .Mrcting Tuesdaynight. ClasMeet-
SThuriay lY night.
M. F. BraisoN. Pastor.
DmIIECTouIt' MEETING The Board of Direc-
torb ot the LiOriary Association hold their.
t-etitigson the third Friday evening of each
Montthit 0 I). m. at the library.
Tha,sc whoare interested in Chnstam Sci-
etct- will I e welcomed at the residence of Mr.
w. C. L -,undavs at t;:i0 i.nh..H- ednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
1.0.0 F
Wr regular mucetings of LzoN Ln Del No.
, are held every Tuesday Evening, ir
Lodge Rtomrt, at o'clock. All Br.ners ln
wood standing are invited to attend.
W. M. MIcNTOsH,Jr., N. G.
R. L. CoLINS., it. b.
NCpAMP MENT.-Regular meetings ,)1 Au-
CILA ENCtxVPMET No 2, are held t.- lW
and third 'Thursday Evenings ot eae mouth,
at their Lodge Room, at 8 o'clock. A Patri-
archs in good standing are invited to attend.
w. iM. MCINTUSH. R.., C. P.
Wv. H. CnANCEY. Scribe.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Tailahassee Lodge, No. 32t, meetesecond
Jnd fourth Thursday eveningsof each month
'tt Masonic Hall.
E E. PHILBRICK. Dictator.
W. H. CHANCEY, Reporter.
KNGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Cicero Lodge No. I K. oftP.. meets every
Thursday evening in Castle Halt. Visiting
Knights are cordially invited to attend.
H. C. 'RAM1(4)111, (C. i.
j. F. IIILL, tK o .. 29
ST. P'AU'L I.)l)(E.NO. 15
B. S. of the K. ;
W d..... ....... r, \ 1dl ay V 'en-


H o ld. its l I et'li eg very j ... .
g igat eight o'hit-k, at ib Lodge room up-
tairs, one toor c-ast of the annex of the Opera
nusje. All memlers of the Order in good
sta4lding arc cordiall-; invited to attend.
A. STAFFORD, W. C. J.-
MASONIC.
rne regular convocation of Florida R. A.
Chapter No. 1. will be held on the Second and
Fourth Mondays of each month at s o'clock
0 m. W. M. MCINTOSH. SR., Secretary.
5fRf Hegular meetings of JACKSON LODGE
No. 1. are held on the first and third Mondays
In each month, att. o'clock, P. M.
W.in. Mcl TOV. SRm.. Secretary.
= .

professional yards.


R-. ROMA .MtCi.lNTtC'K,
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Call andi have your correstionidencc ani lega!'
work taken in .shiortlhaud and typewritten by an
S.xIM.rt :-teinoarphlCr. tt 1ea.eop blc rates. Molern
slhoithand and Typiwritillg taught mli-nene-,
prcentv lly sioliiiting patronage errs~)>a:l.

R). E. M-. UltEVA RD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


46-6m.

S EO. W. WALKER,
ATTORNEY-AT-! .AW.
Olfice over Capital City Bank,.
IALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
49-1y

F ED T. MVERS.


ATTORtNEY AT LAW,
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.

W E. LEWIS. DE1NT1ST.


TAT.T.AITASSEE, FLORIDA.
graduate 1894) University Maryland,
Baltimore; Post Graduate 1893,
faskell School, Chicago.
SW Preservation of Natural Teeth,
Gold Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal'
Plates a Specialty. Gas administered.
1-1y


J. H. WILLIAMS,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
Repairs all kinds of Household articles c
everyday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchels, Loci
Keys. Fastenings, Guns. Pistols. Shooting Oul
flu. t'nmbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing M
ch-es. Shop on Jefferson Street, near Nel
City Market. Work done on short notice, an
at low ori-cs. 35-i


A. J. FISH,


Contractor

and Builder
AND DEALER IN -
BUILDER'S BUFFULES
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Etc., keN
in stock at all times.


J. H. HILL & CO.'S


Gent's Furnising Good

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lugs and stops the cough.


He Remembered Them.
hle way." said the man who had
at a farmhouse to water his
"15 years ago a poor boy came
y, and you took him in."
" queried the farmer, somewhat
ed.
were kind to him," went on the
r; "you fed him, gave him
of encouragement and an old
clothes, put a dollar it his pock-
sent him on his way rejoicing.
I you at the time that he never
forget your kindness. Am I

'kon you are," replied the farm-

said that ift he prospered he
see that you never had occasion
et your kindness to a poor, strug-
d."
d's sakes!" exclaimed the farm-
fe excitedly. "It sounds almost
fairy tale, don't it? Why, you
ive seen him."
ve." said the st-anger, "and he
message to you."
t is 'it?' they both asked ex-
ly.
told me to tell you that he Is
or."
he stranger drove away the
went out and kicked the pump
y, while his wife threw a roll-
Sat the chlickens.-New York


For Over Fifty ears.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
ed for over fifty ,ears by mil-
mothers for their children while
[, with perfectsuccess.,It soothes
ld, softens the gums, allays all
ires -wind colic, and is the best
for diarrhea. It will relieve
or little sufferer immediately.
druggists in every part of the
Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be


e and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth- And Yet He Had to Smile.
' Syrup." and take no other kind. She was telling tales on her brother,
--. who was an extravagant hap when hen
had money, which was only for two or
Dangerous Etiquette. three days each mouth after lie receiv-
Id world privileged aid restriction ed his allowance. "'ob was sweet on
ign supreme in Spain. where there is Jessie," she said "and wanted to give
law that no subject shall touch the Jher something nice. So he went to the
Frson of the king or queu.e. florist and ordered one dozen American
Alfonso XIII nearly suffered a se- beautyy roses to bI sent to her address.
re fall from this rule in his child- VI'ey were 75 cents apiece, and that
od. An admit of his mtanle him a pres- meant .$9. enough for Bob to pay. But
t of a swing. When hite used it for wh-t does the foolish fellow do?
e first tinm. the motion frightened "Hle sees some extra long stemmed
iti, and he lbe,;ian to cry, whereupon a ones standing in a vase near by, and
ckey lifted him quietly out of it anti he prices those. 'One dollar and a
no doubt, preserved him from fall- quarter apiece,' says the man. Bob is
-g. feeling very generous that day. His
The breach of etiquette, however. allowance hbs just come in. 'Give me
vas flagrant and dreadful. The queen a dozen of those instead of the cheap
vas obliged to punish it by dismissing ones I took,' he says and hands over
he man from his post. At the same the oxtrat $6.
inie she showed her real feelings on "That night lie calls on the girl to see
he subject by appointing him linime- the ellec-t his present has made. She
lately to another and better place in hasn't received the flowers yet. They
he royal household. come whil:- he is there. This just suits
In another case a queen of Spain him, because he will be able to see the
early lost her life in a dreadful way expression of astonishment on her face.
wing to this peculiar ruMle. She had She opiNis the box, sees Bob's card
n thrown when out riding, and, her and lifts up the roses with a cry of rap-
foot catching in the stirrup, she was ture and an 'Oh, Mr. Wentworth, how
dragged. Her escort !would not risk sweet of you!' Then she looks around
Interference, and she would have been everywhere for a vase tall enough. You
dashed to pieces but for the heroic in- see, she hasn't any of those that stand
terposition of a young man who stop- on the floor, but only an ordinary
ped the horse and released her from chrysanthemum jar. She takes that
-her dangerous position. (down and measures the flowers, then
As soon as they saw she was safe I she lays them on the table, and with
her escort turned to arrest the traitor lone skillful whack of her little pearl
who had dared to touch the queen's Ihandled knife she chops off half the
foot, but lie was not to be seen. Know- I length of the stems. Bob says it turn-
ing well the penalty lie had incurred, ed him cold to see $6 go into the waste-
he made off at once, fled for his life basket like that. We say at home it
and did not stop until lie had crossed serves him right."-New York Herald.
the frontiL- -.


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Doctors find


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Good


Prescripti on
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For manridrn


Curlous African Cuatoms.
Among the human sacrifices of the
delta of the Niger, says Count de
Cardi, young girls occupy the most
honored place. They ar:e at regular
periods offered r. to the g-cds. and in-
st(ead of slii-l ...g from this horrible
(loom lhyeyacc(-)t it with pride and
gratitude. Nothing is refused to these
girls while they are alive. If one of
them sees a handsome dress or orna-
ment on a womnin and expresses a de-
sire to have it, tlhe woman must give it
to her. Men are also sacrificed, though
not for religious reasons, and they
welcome death as eagerly as the girls.
Count de Cardi once tried to save one
of these victims, hut instead of thank-
ing him, the man reviled him so bitter-
ly for interfering and scolded the by-
standers so heartily for delaying to
carry out the sentence that they
promptly stopped his mouth by killing
him.
The worst insult which one woman
can offer to another is to holdh out the
right hand in frout of her with the in-
dex and middle finger forming the let-
ter V. TiMs minans. "You will become
the mother of twins." When twins are
born in this region, they and their
mothers are killed, as a rule, and when
a mother dies in giving birth to a child
the latter is also killed and buried with
her. It is not superstition which Im-
pels the negroes to dispose of mother-
less infants in this heartless fashion.
but the great difficulty of rearing them.
Altogether, the information which
Count de Cardi has gathered during
his residence of many years in this
portion of Africa is of rare vasue, espe-
cially to anthropologists.

A Brute.
The Father-You two had better
have a quiet wedding.
Tie Lovers-Why?
The Father-There'll be noise enough
and to spare after you're married.-
Syracuse Herald.

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headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liyer. Casca-
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are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
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Sample and booklet free. See our big
ad.


represent that state. There is nothing
in the constitution to prevent any state
legislature naming its own electors
without appeal to the people provided
such a method of election is prescribed
by the state laws.
From 1800 to 182-4 presidential candi-
dates were chosen by the members of
congress in caucus. In 1824 the elect-
oral college failed to make a choice
from the candidates so submitted, and
the matter went to the house of repre-
sentatives. Four years later Tennes-
see's legislature nominated Andrew
Jackson without any reference to the
congressional caucus. His opponent.
John Quincy Adams, was nominated in
the old way, but-that was the end of
presidential nominations by congress
sional caucus.-New York Sun.

Her Electric Spark.
"Millie!"
The young lineman twirled his hat in
his hands in an agitated manner and
spoke in a voice that seemed to have a
tendency to get away from him.
"Millie, the fact is I-I-there's some-
thing I've been wanting to tell you a
long time, but I can't seem to fetch It.
When you look at me like that, you
know, it breaks me all up. I've been
coming here so long that I oughtn't to
be afraid, 1 reckon, but-but you know
bow it is-or maybe you don't either. I
thought I could say it all right when I
came in, but you're a little the livest
wire 1 ever-I didn't think it would be
so hard when I"-


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VitA-lity. VariLoa-Ale. Stricture, llood l'olsonir,!
in its d'hler,.nt stage;, llieunitism, Weak Back.
all lit:uiier of urinarv complaints. Ul'ers, Scrr,
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Dr. Iathawavy's suc-ess in the treatment ot
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his own laboratories under his personal oversight.
Dr. Hathaway makes no charge for consulta-
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when a case is taken the one low fee covers all
cost of medicines and professional services.
Dr. Hathaway always prefers, when It Is possi-
ble, to have his patients call on him for at least
one Interview, but this is not essential, as he has
cured scores of thousands of patients In all sec-
tions of the world whom he has never seen. His
System of Home Treatment Is so perfected that
he can bring about acure as surely and speedily
as thoughthe patient called daily at his offe.
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Dr. Hathawayr A Co,
25 Bryan Street, Savannah, GG
NATION THIS PAPER WBEN WrTING.

The Genesla of a Patriot.
One nIight in 1771 ; he lDuke of
Glouc-ister. the roy: l brother of (k or e
Ill, then hiding C:'ronii his kilngly broth-
'er's wrath in l'Paris, w. \\ rtegIling a 1;a -
ble party of arlsiil-orat;s it (;lie expeiiS
of tile king of Eilg:inid with aL trtl(-ch
ant account of llihe "Ioston ten l11:'ly.'
Hlis eyniical sylnipal ;h was expressed
for tlhe Ainilricall r-eb'ls. and lie dtl\'lt
11111on their lI'ietd to;" f*'rtlits to tight
against his brother. The table laugh-
ed at tihe tale, which was the lirst the
most of lheni hadl hard directly on tlihe
preposterous ambitioins for fret (ildo of
the new world colonists. Anithol tie
'omnillany was a silent., solemn"v :!.oIg,
soldier who had! listenedI inteniy '
the recluse until the dinner va;s ;: .
&*d. Then he strode across ti, r:, ,i .
the duke.
"I will joLi the Anitri-nn*i: : \
help them -liht for freedom! T. i' "%.,
how to set about it!" lie i. hli;-; i-
low, listless fa'e unow glow within :
none of his idle comrades had ever
seen there before.
It was Lafai:yetl. tlie 1--yver-old
marquis. who wvas the despair of his
family because lie seemed always in a:
drowse. Coming from one of the no-
blest houses of the empire. he was nmar-
ried to a lady of hijiili degree and was
already a father. .His wife had lh:-,n
his love, but now\ fr:.doml |becaiin thlle
stronger I)issioIn. a:iid frt' a." rnnt'(hl:thai 41
years lie w\is to follow i:s e:inse. This
was the1 genesis of L:lf:ielt'te.-Edwat'd
l'age (;astonII in wouin:in's lhin.e Comt-
p:alio(iln.
Xominlnt:ing :i l're.ident.
Until the coi:-ttilt i:t::':il aiienln iitet it
of 1.(4 t.,e presihilt a! I lihe vi-e p- .s:-
ideit were voted for on thie samtie h;aI-
lot, tile Iit;l with thle se'olnd ]iighi'est
IUmiber of votes Ieco'iniiig vice presi-
dent. The p!cis:llentiail electors have
not always beeln choseni by i)oputlar
vote.
before 1,00 it was the general eu-s
tom for the state legislatures to choose'
the electors, and it was not until 1S.Ns
that presidential electors were chosen
in nearly all the states by popular vote.
As late as 1876 the Colorado legislature
chose the three presidential electors to


, prairies.
s meau by starting
s on it ?" she asket
Lll day for you, la
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In a momeu: the western woman
with a back rd golf sweep of t0
arm, lunged f r the conductor's he,
He dodged. 'he blow sent his 1
spinning back into the track.
woniman entered the ear and sat doe
She was flush d, but dignilied. Wh
the other von In passengers were ra
er startled. th- y all knew just how
felt. Then th ear stopped, while
conductor wei, back for his hat.
wesit- ri wVoiii" n rode free that tim
New York ISui

I.o Hint Stories.
';: i.'!.5-;n lobebe has been coll
1:-,. 'i. s < lost ha't stories, of w]
te : I .i:n. lre slpeciliens:
A i :; .,ir !I i so;n were standing
!:' ;i::-!';e to Old Chain pier !
['. ~.. i u i te dear little
; 'into tlie dancing waves.
., -.... .'-r. :-outeredl as he
:" ,1 into, he sea and, buffeting,
: vith I sty sinews, succeeded
...:,set( tinl the dripping child at
:. :' ot'et. '-A.nd what hae ye r
'.:i ;. ; h;It'?" said papa.
A\ t.;rt-sptlol dent sent the follow
ni; *r:ive: festive bluejacket
s.-;n fro;u a lhip in Malta harbor d
i n the1 t p of tliI parapit wal
F;)i-t Iticasoli l'irst his hat blew e (


antel tienI. le
he lost his I
sheer drop
surgeon on
party to bi
Identification
ing about o0
quired if he
be blowed!"
-nv mt?"


witt
One part
characterize
early exper
reason it b
a continual
was counsE
explained x
tinuance t
withdraw
be marked
the young
but after gl
fy himself
est he wam
eyed the ju
firmly seize
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drag him l
midst of t
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ilniig over to look fo
itaince and fell after
f ;o0 feet or more.
luty was landed wil
1g off thie remains
T'1he found them ce
hands and knees an
iwas seriously hurt. "
was his reply. "WM


drawing a Juror. i
* ul::rly amusing inc
Congressman Bur
i nee at the bar. For
ame necessary to re(
in a case in whi
After Mr. Burtou
liy there should lie ia
-ouirt told hiii sim
Suiiror aind the ease \I
ontinuetl. For the nt
attorney was unonpl
lncin. at thile court to <
that tI-e judge 'w:ts in i
ied over to the jury
-ors for an instant an(
a large, porty (;Gi
red with no little efr,
it of the jury box. ft
o gener'!l laugh whi (
1.ouit caine to the res A
ited young i arrister "
iat the terln Was 4
nd need only le \writ4l
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She 4ode Free.
A woman whI ltad come out of. the
west. where sheilad been a cow girl o4
a ranch. was 4arding a car in this
city recently. we had just placed hei
foot upon the step andl was preparln1
to take another step to the upper plat-
form when. witti a furious "Step liv
ly!" the conductor pulled the strap
The car jerked forward, and the wes
ern woman swayed back for a minute.
then just caught herself in time to prn
vent a bad fall #upon the cobbles.
She confrontJd the conductor wit
angry eyes--eyes that had looked ui
dismayed into 'hose of mighty horn


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A family medicine chest for ten cent
In a pretty little enameled metal box .
you have the means of keeping thoe
whole family healthy, from baby to good)
old grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
ret a blx of Cascaret Candy Cathartiu
for ten cents, and see that you always*
have them in the house. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, sleeplesp-
ness. worms and nearly every other ail-
ment are cured by some form of cort-
stipation and in that little box you have
a perfect remedy always at hand. Save
your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
ness by the use of the sweet. dainty little
pieces of candy that make you well aiyi
keep you well. We recommend Case*-
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The Largest an oIst Comlde

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THg WEEKLY TALLAHASSEEAN: THURSDAY, AUGUST23, 190). j8 3


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For Cna
HON.S. a. 5P4

-JOHN S. D115
WJH REL M
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W. HUNT EH
S. J. HILM'TKN
W. F. 1111 .
* ~DANIEMLCAP

For Gv
VIL~IAM S. Ji
wor Jusutic of the S
FRANCIS 13.
For Pearciuir
JOHIN L CL
For AilmanA:


For Te
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FOw &iperinteudew od
W. N. SH
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JOHN I iM
CeutyT
For Membeis
HON. QUO.I
RONE. IL
For Clark O~r
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C. W. BAm
ForSb
JOHN A -
Eor County
JOHN DAY]
For Tax
H. T. FV
For Tax C
W. A. Ot1
For County
W. T. BAN
For Uembs,
GEO. I. DAV
K. J. EVABS.
GILBERT HA


JACKSONVILLE'S
SWEB
In its reply to th
Tallahaseee Capital
sonville Capital As
to deny tbe well-I
that the removal ol
the erection of a
where would invo
ture of the enormo
4000.00, and would
the annual taxation
Tallahassee Capital
as to the probable
building are based I
own estimates. B
Capital League
when it sees its ow
tppe, and now
$100,000.00 offered
together with the
necessary to the re
of the present buil
Capitol building
Jacksonville."
In the first pli
tol needs no repai
4m the day it was
eient in every
quirements of the
if once in two ye
Iature is in.eso
umttee rooms are
quickly and ch
uient to the bull
comes necessary
Florida to have a
ing, they do ni
"*a very nice b
want one that
to the State of
justly proud, the
shift, but a bull
source of pride to
Such a building,
in keeping with
our State, will
000 estimated,
sonville-that is
pal, and$1,000,0
qrwill have to be
tax-payers of l
on the bond
experience of o
(whose tax-pay
suaded by sp
the poicia
bwldiwigu) the
be exceptionally
*hA. .aimna ta


too- Ie


NSE.


di Duval.
of leso

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1L, o0 Walton.



Court.

RD.

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AN.

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~RMAN.

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lector.
ILLY.
I"Fr~e~.
'RMAN.

roo Board.
~TFIELD.


LATEST AN-
D.
pamphlet of the
e, the Jack.
nation pretends
unded assertion
the Capital -and
w Capitol else-
e the expendi-
sum of $2,000,-
erefore increase
0,000.00. The
League's figures
ost of the new
n Jacksonville's
the Jacksonville
homes frightened
figures in cold
ys that for the
by Jacksonville,
ount they claim
rs and additions
ng, "a. very nice
d be erected in

the present Capi-
It is as solid as
and is suffi-
for all the re-
tate officials, and
when the Legis-
iny extra com-
nued, they are
y found, conve-
When it be-
r the people of
w Capitol build-
wish to have
ding," but they
ill be a credit
ich they are so
want.. no make-
g that will be a
future generations.
e that would be
he importance of
b fully the 12,000,-
ginally, by Jack-
1,000,000 princi.
additional which
Elected from the
da to pay interest
judging from the
States and cities
have been per.
US arguments of
build "suitable'
ple of Florida *il
ucky if they find
t will cover the


that the amount of money to be
spent in the erection of a Capitol is
a water which, will have to be de-
cided by the Legislature, after the
location is determined. She is care-
ful not to say that the $200,000,
mentioned in her pamphlet, is all
that a necessary for such a building
as Florida.should have. She prefers
to deal with that question in the
LegiWlature; thus she tries to hood-
wink the tax-payers of Florida and
pretends that "the removal of the
Capital to Jacksonville would in-
volve no additional expenses to the
State." Not satisfied with this at-
tempt at deception .the Jacksonville
Capital League on the first page of
its pamphlet has the boldness to de-
liberately mistate the important ques-
tion now before the people of Flor-
ida.


REFIOVALISTS CAN'T FOOL PEO-
PLE.


The truthful statement of the
Capital removal issue sent out to
Florida voters by the Tallahassee
Capital League, has made the irre-
sponsible agitators angry. They
are writhing in agony, and talking
and acting wildly. They know the
people are on to their peculiar
methods, and that the people will
administer to them a mighty solar
plexus blow at the coming Capital lo-
cation primary, which will retire
thelm-to well deserved oblivion.
The Capital removal cry is the
onO and only political asset of a few
men. Six months ago they were
generals without armies, having
nothing to lose and all to gain.
Fatty degeneration of the consci-
ence having relieved them of all
scruples or sense of fairness, they


hunted up an issue which would
enable them to yell themselves into
notice by the most easily deceived
of heir immediate constituents, and
so iintoxicated were they made by
the temporary foothold which they
gained in the party's council as the
result of a Duval county factional
contest, that they have tossed reason
and argument to the winds, and
are now busily, though unwittingly,
engaged in destroying whatever
merit may lie in their side of the
unnecessary and undesired issue
wlich they have forced upon the
voters of Florida.
these voters are a fair-minded
and intelligent people. They know
thq origin and object of this Capital
removal agitation, and there is very
lite danger that they- will allow
their pockets to be fleeced anid their
homes mortgaged to gratify and en-
rich a scant handful of politicians
who have never contributed a nickel
towards fighting Democracy's hard
battles in past years, and whose
names appear on the tax books of
no county in this State.
The people of Florida are to be
congratulated upon their quick ap-
preciation of the danger which a
few discredited expounders of bad
law and worse politics had at-
tempted to. foist upon them. The
deliberate misrepresentations which
this ignoble -crew have spread over
the State are an insult to the intel-
ligence of Floridians, and all citi-
zens of the State who beleive in
eoonomical government and careful
preservation of the interests of the
tax payers, find much comfort in
contemplating the unmistakable re-
bake to greed and proposed ex-
tiavagance which the voters of
Florida-will administer to the reck-
less and irresponsible leaders of the
Capital removal chorus when the
primary'is held on the sixth of No-
vember.


OUR POLICY IN CMINA.
It is with a feeling of profound
t.hnHrfnlness that the American peo-
ple will receive the glad news of the
entrance of the allied forces into Pe-
min and the rescue of the foreign le-
Oationers who have for so long been
in "AA. Af aslk a++1. I.. .- -C mNL


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THE WEEKLY TALIT.A A88RRAN: THURSDAY,


eigneris were beleaguered in the.
British Legation compound, that they
were in continual danger of massa-
ore, being fired on night and day and
subject to a final and overwhelming
assault at any moment. In this time
of nervous strain there was but jone
thing certain-that if China permit-
ted the slaughter of the envoys she
must be made to pay the penalty to
its fullest limit.
The rescue of Conger, however,
lifts this duty of revenge and
bloody reprisal from the American
people. We have now to settle
with China on a basis of money
indemnity for the damages aris-
ing from the Boxer rebellion. It is
not legitimately our policy to take
advantage of the opportunity to seize
Chinese territory and to plant our
flag permanently on Chinese soil. If
land-grabbing is attempted by the
European Powers, as is most certain
to be the case, we have the right to
insist upon a full protection of
American trade rights in whatever
settlement may be effected. This
should be done, but beyond this the
United States Government should


We admire the push and enter-
prise of Jacksonville, and the united
energies of her citizens toward mak-
ing her the metropolis of the State.
Such laudable efforts will surely
bring a rich reward to any commu-
nity.
However, while we admire their
progressive strides, we no not forget
that there are other interests in Flor-
ida which should have consideration
besides that of making a great me-
tropolis of Jacksonville.
At present there are no factions in
the Democratic party of Florida,
while Jacksonville seeks to make the
Capital removal a political question
in every convention. The Democ-
racy is asked to join in the wrecking
of the present Capitol at Tallahassee
in order that Jacksonville may grat-
ify its ambition in having the
seat of government located there.
This would mean expenditure of
at least one million of dollars to the
tax-payers. Of this amount Nassau
county would be assessed not less
than twenty thousand anllam wn,ril.


AU4IST 23, 900.


not go.
Especially ought we to refrain
from acting as the ally and tool of
England against Russia, France and
Germany. The matters in dispute
between those Governments are mat-
ters in which we are not vitally con-
cerned-certainly not to the extent
of becoming involved in the general
European war which may result
therefrom. If this -war must come,
principle and wise policy alike de-
mand that the United States shall
stand clear. Commercially, we have
everything to gain by such a course.
Politically, we have no right and no
business to interfere in Europe's
quarrels. It is to be hoped that the
traditional American policy shall
prevail in the settlement of the4
Chinese problem in so far as sucei
settlement affects us. -St. Louis Re-
public.
The appearance of the shirt waist
gives the young man a chance to get
square with his sister for borrowing
his neckties. .
Reports that Senator Hanna ido'
take the stump for McKinley e
about unfounded. Hanna will prob-
ably have nothing to do with a stump
until next November. Then he wil
be up a stumb.:-St. Louis Republic.
Tallahasseeans are becoming dis-
couraged and refuse to contribute
money to fight the. opposition.-Me-
tropolis. Nit, you are badly mis-
taken brother as you will find out aW
the campaign progresses.
Volusia County Record claims,
that while it takes only three hours
for the citizens of that county to
reach Jacksonville it takes nearly
twenty-f6ur hours to reach Tallahas-
see. As it only takes six hours from
Jacksonville to Tallahassee, we can
not comprehend the Record's arith-
metic.
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Touch a lighted torch to the
coudtetts of a powder nill and
up mi t i I B ut
i i ^t ^ it is the torch
that blows up the
.mi1; it'sthe pow-
der. The stuff is
,^* \ plode., It only
needs one touch
of fire to start it.
W Whe a man's
Ug^' ^ \ I blood is all ripe
and ready for dis-
v, \YA7\\, ease it only needs
4 a litt touch to
-.Lw start lim going.
S ]Maybe he gets a
e slight, cold, gets
wet feet or sits-in a draft;
S -then off he goeb into a gal-
But it isn't t draft that
does it; that only starts him. His blood
was all ready for it ia the first phlee. It was
thick with bilms poisons; clogged with
ems of disease an ready to be roused into
actiy t the least touch
"y wife bad a sere attack o eflearimy and,
I trouble," -ys Abmm Freer, e, t Sock-
bde, Grene Co., l., In a tlMkil letter to
aDrlv. 4 VPienrce, of Atlo, T. "The doae
e ber up to die. She c d ta g Dr.
Pwi Goldsuden Medical ueza y .inshe be-
a tom ove from the AiMt doe. lBy the time
e daken eight ertes boWls hewancured.
and it was the cause of a large mount being
oldbere I think the 'Golden Medical Dcoi-
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and printer's ink now bein to
remove the State Capital wod pro-
duce greater commercial benefits in
building up factories, e gg
new enterprises which give employ-
ment to labor. These wvuld be
lasting monuments, which _uld be
recorded, unadulterated wih sec-
tional bitterness, and make an ex-
ample of thrift which other actions
would seek to emulate.-Ferandina
Morror, Aug. 16.
Bryan as in Stregt Evry Day.
The New York World, which has
been ,considered antagonitic to
Bryan, in its issue of last Saturdayy
contains the following editor a
"The action of the Indt apolis
Convention is one of the of an
intellectual and moral movement
which is to the advantages of the
Democratic candidate.
"There is a great contrast between
the situation today and that of four
years.ago. In 1896 the independents
were practically all for Mr. M.Kin-
ley; this year many of them are for
Bryan. Any change, -indeed, must
have been favorable to the Demo-
cratic candidate. The mere allay-
men of excitement, the indecision of
some conservative men in choosing
their candidate, the willingness of
many more who supported Mr. Mc-
Kinleyin 1896 to consider calmly the
issues and the candidates of this year,
show that something has driven from
Mr. McKinley some of the most in-
telligent, the most unselfish and the
most patriotic of his supporters of
four years ago.
"The men who have turned away
from him are intellectuallyi among
the strongest men of an exceptional
class of citizens. They are the lead-
ers of those who put their country
above their party. Some -of them
were the glory and strength of tfhe
Republican cause in 1896. They are
now the glory and strength of the
Bryan cause.
SOME BRAINY CONVENES.
"Call the roll of the InMnapolhi
convention, and mark the striking
loss in intellect and character which
Mr. McKinley has sustained and the
resultant gain to Mr. Bryan. Mr.
Schurz is now against the Republi-
|can candidate, and no one knows
better than Mr. McKinley himself
that here he has lost and Mr. Bryan
has gained the most eloquent and
potent toator who spoke for the Re-
publican candidate iu 1896. If any
other speaker approached Mr.
Schurz in interest and effectiveness
it was Mr. Bourke Cochran. He is
for Mr. Bryan because, as he says in
bhis letter to the Indianapolis conven-
tion, he believes that Mr. Bryan's
election of itself would put a quietus
on the imperialistic venture, while if
the Republican party succeeds, 'at
the end of four years imperialism
will be so firmly imbedded in our
political life that it can never be ex-
pelled.' The venerable George S.
Boutwell, ex-senator and ex-secre.-
tary, says: *In my age, I leave the
Republican party now that it has
surrendered itself to despotic and
tyrannical motives.' Moorfield
Storey, Charles Sumner's private
secretary and biographer, declares
against Mr. McKinley. Edward M.
Bhepard, one of the ablest of the
Qold Democrats of New York, and
one of Mr. McKinley's ardent sup.
porters four years ago, announces
that he will work and vote for Mr.


at the bebtst of their party, isan-
other of me commanding figures
whom Mr. !McKinley has lost and
Mr. Bryan -as gained.
"These aie but the names of some
of the leaders. They are not isolated
thinkers. 'They stand for many
thousands the best citizens of the
Republic, ioese thoughts and pur-
poses they )re expressing.


MCKINLE A DISAPPOINTMENT.
"What j the meaning of the
change? marily it is due to Mr.
McKinley himself. He has deceived
and disapp inted and angered many
of the mei who four years ago,
deemed it he duty of all patriotic
and honest men to vote for him.
Now they ,egard hmn as a menace t&
republican, institutions. They are
still gold standard men.. They have.
not change their principles. They
have counted the cost of electing
Mr. Bryan J They are willing to pay
it, whatever it may be, in order to rid
the country of McKinleyism and its
dangers. They are against imperiil-
ism, against the denial of the princi-
ples of thejDeclaration of Independ.
ence, against executive or legislative
rule outside of the Constitution,
against thl greed which surrounds
the country with that atmosphere of
corruption which is inseparable from
money-seeking politics.
GRqWS IN STRENGTH.
"But while Mr. McKinley's con-
duct explains the change which has
taken plaOe during the four years,
Mr. Bryan himself has grown since
his nomination six weeks ago-first
by reason' of his wise silence on
the silver question, and second
by his remarkable speech accepting
the Democratic nomination. -The
speech will go down in histcrv alone
of the most effective utterances ever
made by a candidate. Besides its
thoughtfulness, its eloquence, its able
marshalling of arguments, we must
recognize; the fine sagacity which
caught the public imagination and
satisfied t.e public mind by full ac-
ceptance of its uppermost thought.
His silence on the silver question
has the sasie quality of sagacity. If
be had nlc maintained it so studi-
ously and steadfastly since his nomi-
nation at ansas City the action of
the India polis convention might
have beei different, and he would
undoub y have driven off much
support t t he has now attracted.
He has th far kept the issue of im-
perialism e one issue, and he has
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thus also prevented the Reopublicans .
from aoq mplishing their design to
force the silver issue to the front. If
he naintmins the attitude of his
speech and his silence he will not.
only retail what he has gained, but1
will continue to grow in strength.
Let us hope that the manifest causes
which have so obviously operated in
favor of Mr. Bryan will not be inter.
erupted :


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Mrs A. W. Yangue, Oakhwiha. Fla,
writes- Have used D. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine 80 years. Cures Chilis
and Fever, all stomach and Liver
Troubles, and common ailments in my
family. It is stronger and acts quicker
than another medicine.


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Bryan. John B. Henderson, one of
the oldest of the Republican Sena-
tors, who in the Johnson impeach-
ment honorably and courageously
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(THEWEELY AI~~A1I ~JPtRN: HUBDAY, AUGUST 23, t900


f NOTIC. r. W. IA. ke, Dentit. Phone No.
.. i t to etu4-1- SC.ADER I .
6a, i .. M""r.., Rlley.Hasa d. you U best Seed on thel

.stog tae dt ,tl i g spi. '.ofDc.Mi r o ,,iSn member the old reliable ol i. o
1 day to panaceasm* p a fehyo Schrader's Drugand Seed Store. S..- u d Old ",E f.
ouble lbeaig this s -d* The stork Mr. Jno. Ward Hen-
-Ie *mepe*rsi( bea0l M 4serao's home list Friday and left a fine il Z Pi t
.the rt boy. Shingles for sale, at L. C. Yaeger's. A lcgmane tne system of U m
eDenti. Dr. A.he. Miss Daisy Temple and Miss Pauline Abbott's Eaet India Corn Paint cores A large an cop le of La- e only by Wight &
nsD rL!Sin Forbes left on Saturday to visit friends every time; it takes off the corn; no -dies, Mises' and Children's Shoes Druggists.
nHary Hartterned Ay in Quincy. i pain. Cures Warts and Bunions and is for Spring and Summer wear. Also ] i T C s
a busine trip to The grete A spel_ for conceded to be a wonderful Corn Our.everything in at L r ai aewe h e
Pearl McCord left ics or ( ig ted te formula for Ba. S The Kyle Hay Press for sale, at Yae- you $ .00 for the same id~
tesandfriendsmCai e all diseases allcuts or ge's. Inthe reach of every farmer. Sell' S hingS Before buin
S fui~ndine. W & Bro. It you want a good Saddle cheap go to O ds P i your
he telephone line has been% i Ball, Demiy & Cs for it. i2-2t Hats, "H, t Pants, Sh.es, Shirts,
kbeytonhe city lionuts as Miss Jessie i'nonwon came up from N aao a Croceries and other
-as the residence of Mr. Hay t. ees y, after& eaant visit n Club Flour, Bekf rellas, Etc. -- g s t'
i wto her friend, Xms Winthrop. Food and Balay Food, at Randolphu & -graein HiEt.
cp the Stomach d Boweis good C.'s.
lit"o" the Waste AveasesMr. Jo~~~Mr. John A. of the Jno. A. r sal by -
,the Wasde Avenues andrLubrof nCollins! Grocery & Drug C. has a For sale at low ri For sale: b
by anm ocIon dose of l A. Ganam Cypre Lumber Company, of .stokeodrbyan
s Liver medicine. MarksFla. accompanied by h a A ,ischeI yu a u
protracted meeting is beingpa te we was in the city Fri- and can save you money if yowcaU on D.B. MEG1NNISS. Jr. lE vi u GL u gY
"ompetentarmals DtoopreparesmineDo" RMEG oNNSS.aJr.esLM O RyE
n Church, about four rom wen down to St. Evaporated Crea, Condensed Milk
a" B Teresa Friday to spend a week or ten Fresh Country Btter. Eggs and Flavoring Ext ad actq, Spices. Ters all o bae hay and
e past four weeks has been very days as guest of Mrs.B. A. Meginniss. Chickens always on hand. We carry ae and kindest, Jams, Jeles, pl this ofB e or di o. o s a.
able weather for cotton, soon the best and finest trade of Flor etc. and kms Jees Pe- olns, Ta-
will be coming into mar rap What most want is something Pe op's Fe serves, etc., in fact an hing to be found
mild and ne, when in need o P proprietor. 1 iF a well kept and welregulated grocery A car of
physic. Cm ain's Stomach and proprietor store. Chas. F. Cogswell. proprietor Peo- re.i ved To fresh haJ has just be
r. J. Baker, one of the aat LiverTablet fllebillto a dot. They Found! yle's Grocery.t it be soldchea rt ore
public building has been qui sick are easy to take land pleasant in effect. A First-class ewing Machine for orcas
e past few weeks, but is nocn For sale by Wiglt,& o. $17.00,at Gilmore & Davis Co.'s.
ecog. | -W 91
SCoLS. D. Chit4enden, general mana- HARNESS, at Ollmore & Davis Co. **
building for the fire nt, ger of the Caa le, Tallahassee aned Etuyler's Candies And everth i
built on the lot near the ( tal Georgia Bailroa left for New York Loaded Shells for bate at Yeager's. ry o
SLivery Stable, is nearing ple- Saturday. OU c
iand will be a valuableoaddi to Mr. w e p pi Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets. Fresh I Fresh!! a i :: ,
department. Mr. Max Krauss, the popular president
S- nee an ywitof the Savannah t. P. A., has been in Candy Cathartic, cure constipation at -
fo will never find any other so the city this week. forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail, a 0
[mpt and so pleasant as DeWitt Lit- w druggists refund money. c riptons "-'. s. r-- u S I
Early Risers. All Dealers. I Kr. W. S. Quarlerman went down to SCHRADER'S. E
l i.. St Teresa Friday to spend Saturday and Cheap for cash at T. ,T. Roberts', on 1
M. Toles,Hugh M. Taylor, C. Sunday, returning Monday. Adams street, corn, oats, hay, bran, r
y and W. Patterson have ved cooked cow feed, flour in barrel and half T o P
ir discharges from the Gov 's Millions will be spent in politics this barrels. Besides this you will always To the Public.
..ards. year. We can't ep the campaign go- find a choice line of groceries, cheap. Mr. R. L. Collins wishes to inform the r- t _
ing without mony any more than we 41-tt public thit he has the old prescription
"hot spell" has at last b en. can keep the body agorous without food. t. files of Mr. M. Lively and also those of
rday afternoon a delight n Dyspepticseused starve themselves es. aptal lailormng Company. his successor in bsines. Mr. A. M.
and last night was very pl *. Now Kodoi Dyspedia Cuare digests what -__- Carlisle. and can fill all prescriptions -
i n hr it yeou eat ad aow you to eat all theoLeggett's Mixed Spices for Pickles, at promptly and accurately from same. .i- a
others endorse it, children it, _good food you t It radicallty c e Randolph & Co.'sd" o
folks use it. We refer to Oe ion- stomach troubles. All Dealer s. ---& -- -- Use "Lincon'8: Chill and Fever a
SCough Cure. It will quickly all nRac toues. A Dealers. ing up 51 early or late and you will Tonic," the guaranteed cure for 1
at and lung trouble. All get an answer. We carry a complete' 11e, 5* / d B D N fo
Mr. Geo. R. Bre4aldo has accepted the line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Our sa oly by Wigt & Bro, Drug- l
r. A. C. Spiller returned tion as chief clerk of the St. James stock is complete, and we can gve your gists.
cy Wednesday, where she wa led MoteL order prompt attention. People's Gro- 'ancv New Orletans Molasses, at Ran- -
weeskesagofTeroth the'Mr.Jacob R. Cohenleft lasrt Fidvcery, Chas. F. Cogswell, proprietor. it dolph & tCo.'<. A re the be t and ;s
illness of her motherMrs. the 17&h. for New York where he will I [Are the be t and .U
Sbuoy a lbarge'stock r his fall trad, Don't buy your Towels before looking Every One | .- a
boy a-- ,.C r --,srh toy1 10 ,lat those just received at Ball, Demlly & is interested in house building, and we rU eaSi .
nesday was, according to Dr. r, The last three days have been the o.'. _26-2t keep on hand EVERYTHING that goes -
hot day, thermometer montu to hottest ever experienced by this corn- into th construction of a house. T THE DEAF.-A rich la y, cured of
degrees. Jacksonville and Ta : ,R -A rich la y, cured of I I l ,
report it as high as 101 degrees munity. t h1 G ORE & DAVIS Co. her beafnes and Noises in he Head by C
SiDr. Geo. Gwnand family went toDOUglass' Chill and To C pa reve. Dr. ol Artificial ar Drums,
ims Leila Johnson, of River Jun Panacea on Tueo and will remain a Take Caarts C.ady Cathartic. c r ave .ole to his Institu so that deaf uJ -
pedover with Mrs. J. W. m week or ten days.l FVr TOnic or 25c. If C. C. C. ?ail to cure, drug- ple unable to procure t Ear Drums N e
lsday en route to Panacea, Unic .ists refund one have them free. Add e No. 1174, r
Chinese are da us enemies, for The Institute, 780 Eighth enue. New
ksT. J. Roberts and Mr. and thy are treacherias. That's why all Cures for 25 cents. It can Yok / w =
rdon Pearce went up to Centerille counterfeits of DJWitt's Witch HazelI hadonlat -
onday,as guests to the Carn-K Salve are dangerm~s. They lock-like .bW had only at -
*g. DeWitt's, but of the all-healipg
g of A--' SCH-RADER'S. L
Pvrhc- Dr. M. A. S witch hazel they contain ingredients SCHRADERS.
s r i liaeftee umtheAna *Panacea mineral Springs Hoel
to the Stomach. Aids Digestiem" Pii0ing For injuries and skin rOiaUO[ i l lQ
.ltsNature in carrying off all dls se teand genume Parties desiring to have hay baled will -lW" 1 i i i P Il I
Naturemincarryingoffall -istlred DeWitt's Witch RHel Salve. All Deal- call on or write J. G. Collins. New, lat- -. D U i o
S" era. est improved machine. Will go to your EDW F. DUKE, Propritor.
orets and Hosiery just receive, a place and do work reasonable. 20-tf i '
lineofthefavorite asyles, by is Mr. W owng. the sic- Rates, $1.5)3 r.day; $800 per week; 25.00

T. B. Byrd went down to." a .A st .c MEYER & CO-PANY-TAILORS. "- S]=pecui, rat es. will give. families or parties.
dneedayfor"a dayortwo.- Mrs" Armstrong and children will -- *'- 11ac^. m, FH k meets all train at Sopchopny Station on Carrabelle, Talla-
G .y f a. spend a few days at Lanark. RzPRaSEmnATIVE ha see and Georgia BRroa.'I,
r. J. C. Trice, editor of the TA The Governor' Yuord hav en in- Who has been in your town on several Excursion Rates. "
rmey w avkof fe vited to atend the encmpment of th D 0"8 He wT aave with r -^The above road is w givn the following low round trip rates
vefr.om a ,sev .e a second Battalion. irst Florida aegi-then h him shree hundred styles of Wooles in .o = from Tallahassee: to return from Saturday until Monday, $1.25;
hopesto return ay. ment as White Springs, Hamilton N lies dhT De rSetyes e good for ten day 2s, 0( ieo d until September, #2.50.
he lack of energy you feel, the k- county, on the 29th inst. would be pased a h Y Modem heOyuwaveoteaned
aRvvm n ie F F or Colgla. talk over the Styles in Dres for the con pools built hot d Just been enlarged. new mineral and salt water
Cure will restore your "'Buth my children were taken with g season at LEVY BROTHERS in the ariety, quality and quantity of billiard and pool rooms sh.ufi board, and in fact all modern conve-
LEVYyBRO hERS, your gardenand fr.mOprod.ce. n uiences. Post office n^ hotel building. Telephone connection with
gor suby mighe ro,. kidnns op n coug."te M,. 0E Thursaday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. our o garden and flower .wll telraph office,. D ilymads, ete. Ould ne the best.
n s t t W i g t utof D a nvl l ed, Io A 2 2 a d 2 b e w ,to g i, e e r e s u l s t a t w l l g r a t y -F o r f u h i n f o u in, ad d r e s s
rangin differ parts of the c av ue 0 c t biote Goto Collins' Grocery & Drug Co. to bioe s. We have all kinds of gar-. o,. EWIN DKE Pr
Very handsome one of Mr. and Bo. o get your paints and alabastines, of best den seeds, but only one quality, and .aPnaa, 'la.
B Cohen has been completed quaity. Being sold below cost. that is the best. Grown by Robt.
soon be occupied by them. e_ Mr. W. H. G. Scott, of Jacksonville, Buist & Co. Fresh this week. 4 ..W, y/
i as being planed on the corner industrial agent for the Seaboard Air sl-i Rea._ D: J WIGHT & BRO.u. -- f L mniw
aanrfor h [Line has beln in C tsehWectionTth sBweek" .hes R&lep a irIeI *T
dence of Mrs. JohnTaylor Bradfo He ins the S. Marks Railroad and We do all kinds of tailoring to order, NESS, at more & Davis Co. I I I


for the arrest and delivery to pressing, dye work, in fact anything S. P. ROZEAWR Proprietor.
of Lee county, of any or M f For Headache caused most likely by a that can be done to a garment. We One door east o Munro's Stre, under Opera House
following fugitives from justice Disordered Stomac, accompanied by do fine tailoring work ourselves, also
county, viz: Thos. Weeks, Jas. G Constipation, use li. M. A. Simmons carry flie lines of tailoring at low pri.
Jas Youmans and Wm. Graham. Liver Medicine. ces. We will make up all kinds of gar-
S" ments from any material you desire in
twill surprise you to experience The fishing s has opened up the way of new clothes, or we will re.
iefit obtained by using the dainty Every day wagons t4 and from the coast pair your old ones satisfactorily, as you
ous little pills known as DeWi 's pass down Monroe street. like. We extend the sphere of our use-
e Early Risers. All Dealers fulness to the community, thus showing
John W. Sexton, E. Costa and F. our appreciation of the unlimited pat.
rs. S. E. James, Mrs. Thomas Hu M. Harris have been rolledd as members ronuge given us.
rss and Master Sherod Humph of the Governor's Gu rds. -Yor f bs
spending a while at the country -Yours for businees,
nce of Mr. J. H. HumphreW Mare, Colt and luggte for Sale. CAPITAL TAILORING CO.,
ukie. A fine mare, formerly owned by Mr. Successors to Freeland's Clothing Agen-
ince the. r...of.. wCarter 0. McMahon with a horse colt, (folded cy, next to the express office.
ic thepublpoctrso ofea Sep GCrtrJuly 5th)e r unnim at tber side, for $60.00
g the public to clean their prem or the mare, colt a-d a good second j 1 "


dct e regulate e the r t r i d hld t e. e aloe fAon.A portionoyour patronage is soliciAed, and all orders receive
oa general cleaning up has R n on c h m p p tion. S


--e *shirt waist" man has not SUM hi nI tain- th1s -ame reputatish. '. You can! i -
g on all over town, and our n ..r.icityn er
tso, a cleaner appearan HARNESS, at Ollu re &- Davis Co. J.W. Co ins is headquarters for / A.
o keep young-k teep well, kreep everything in the line of Fancy and
escalm, the body ruddy and LETTEI*S TOS otaPle Groceries. He knows the need.
e r the r ad s of the asoes the people andeater T.A A SS i, FLO IDA.
and with Dr. M. A. Simmo nes LI en S eedtotheht could not Cabbage Seed that wibu comed u 23-1m | f
hesi.- ht o wer and brm son.-ht seve rloanivreesh-r o t f their line s in wich he main.gp rties of Uear in p ln., E an est
GI waist" man has not tains the same reputation. -.You can !.
wumorkd Juntew19kthve money by cta llig .n him. R e l Et



I. bg w tr t and up, varieties that am sure headed ,Heinz Pickling Vinegar, at Randolph 2.O areas of mb d Lax fr e M l ts ad .
iesligtht shower and wmd romy hsbndwrote ei P li a d_ h 2 00
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lus; If he loses, they call him a.
Chicago News.,

falfty would have a mcch hardep-
9 hoe If it were not for tools wait-
be victimized.--Ch o Demo-


THE wjsiLY TALTAA1IASSRRIAN: THURSDAY, AUGUTJ&T23, 1900.


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Some Ink and a Shirt.
I once remember having a noted Lon-
don doctor out at sea for a little ama-
teur fishing. He would like to see a
1ligo cuttle caught, he said. I warned
him of what was likely to happen when
gaffing was on, but he did not care.
"Surely," he said, "I can dodge such
guesswork as this must be for so short
a time."
I felt dubious as to the result, seeing
his white shirt was a prominent object
through his having such an open vest.
Finally a cuttle took the bait, and as I
drew it toward us the doctor lost all
thought of himself and his adornments
in his admiration of the movements
and the beautiful eyes of the creature
when in an instant, as I gaffed it, the
whole ink charge struck him in the
throat and sadly blackened his white
habiliments.-Contemporary Review.

Costly Violins.
The current value of Stradivarius
violins in London is said to range from
80 to 800. In Stradivarius' own time
one Cervetto of London received a con-
signment of the master's instruments
which he was commissioned to sell for
4 apiece. But he was obliged to send
them back, as no Englishman at that
time would buy them at any such fig-
ure. Stradivarius himself is said to
have asked a price of 4 louis d'or for
each of his violins.

Hler Prospeets Good.
"Do you think he can support you in
good style after you are married, dear?
I hear he is worth nothing."
"I know Harold isn't rich, mamma,
but he has his life Insured for $20,000,
and I could get along quite comforta-


N1tkW


the Manotr, Uwhg4n there
a poulterers famt y of the
aDuck. The third on!was to
eed, and the mother 'wanted
,'to be William. Jui before
for church the nurse iran up
the father, who was laid up
to tell him they were off

a It's to be Willlai," was
e ogfng to call unbur of"
"William be blowe" said
'Call un plain Bg!" In
ee with these laconic tnstruc-
nurse gave gavthe name namePlain-
te clergyman, and tho infant
ned accordingly. 1
ven funnier way is the queer
Sname of Mr. Ono Ticiner of
p accounted for. Wt en his
mand sponsors arrived at the
is name had not bee4 settled
id when the clergyman said,
this child." one of theta friends
9"hn: nd another sa d "Oh,
iming not John. and. aI no one
Fe. the clergyman thought that
te his name and baptied him
te full account of the baptism
tned in Blanek's "H1lstory of
Well."
ngyman's son vouches for the
r: "My father was baptizing 4
years of age. The names giv-
SBenjamin Joseph. After the
[7 he said to the boy, '^ou have
y good names, and yceu ought
good bo). How did yu come
7 'Please, sir,' said he boy,
Twins, and the other died!'"

as urR Him. I
understand, of course," pursued
rer, what is meant by a 'pre-
Vce of evidence? "
," replied the man Whom he
Lining with reference to his
|tons as a Juror.
pe have your idea of ft if you

cerstand It, 1 tell you.'
what is it?'
anybody can understand

bid like to have your definition


Neal could noldi m no longer anu
shouted a laugh which might have Elep aSat Stories. i
been heard two miles, which was about Talking of elephant fables, the an)-
as far as Jack chased him when he got mal trainer said:
out.-Atlanta Journal. "Take, for instance, the story of tlhe
man who stuck -a pin in the elephant's
Bluffs In the Directory. trunk and yeas afterward was del-
If you pick up that interesting annu- uged with dirt water by the remem-
al, the city directory, you will find it being elephant I' am surprised that
filled with bluffs. Here is a man down any one should -take this yarn serious-
as a superintendent. You know he is ly. Why, the average thickness of the
only the foreman of a labor gang. An- elephant's hide runs from half an incel
other is designated as a general mana- to two inches deen. Now, Imagine :a
ger. Three or four men are subject to pin going through that thickness on sin
his "general" management, or, as his errand of pain. It would swallow a
5-year-old-son, who inherited his pro- pin and break a needle.
pensity to bluff, put it, "he's the head "The old fashioned elephant story
man of three other fellows." Over on that has any real basis of truth is the
this page is another chap who is given one that makes the '. ig brute afraid of
as the political editor of a newspaper a mouse. Experience in the winter
of some political importance. Don't quarters of a show, where mice and
believe it. He's merely a reporter as- rats thrive, convinces one of this fact.
signed to gather political news, and ev- A modse will 'make an entire herd
erything he writes is carefully "edited" noisy with fright, and a rat will pqt
by another man with a title of much them in a condition of desperate fear.
less importance. This man down in An elephant inhy defend itself against
the book as a merchant sells shoe- a lion, tiger or any other natural enr-
strings and collar buttons in a cubby ,my, but the Insignificant size of a
hole between two buildings made avail- mouse baffles bis conception of offeo-
able when an alley fell into disuse. sire or defensive warfare. The mou.o4
"Mme. Blanque, modiste," is merely is too quick to be crushed underfoot
Mrs. Blank, dressmaker, making a or to be caught by his trunk, and it
French bluff for which she collects aft- can scamper over his rough hide with
er the cutting out and fitting are done. impunity. The elephant realizes h s
But what is the use of picking them helplessness against such a diminutive
out? The directory is filled with them. foe and learns to fear it as he fears uno
- -:it:sburg Press. \ other animal."-Buffalo Express.

Pitts' Carminative aids digestion, reg- Little Willie Ate Everything.
ulates the bowels cures Cholera Infant-toatroer
urn, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, rains. n. te a. rai ked ea p..-
Griping Flatulent Colic, Unnatural youngsters are usually like little ply-
DraiG n from the Bowels, and alldiseases gies. They "root" throu.rh everything
incident to teething children. For all and leave a mwss after thmi. Willi-.%
summer complaints it is a specific. Per- G years old. h:zi a pair of parents "40\
fectly harmless and free from injurious try to break b'm of the habit of ta;:-
drugs and chemicals. ing things on 1 is plate that lie eunnot


He Praye" Hare.
An old man In Georgia named" Jack
Baldwin, having lost his hat in an old
dry well one day, hitched a rope to a
stump and let himself down. A wicked
wag named Neal came along just then
and, quietly detaching a bell yr6m
Baldwin's old blind horse, approached
the well bell in hand and began to ting-
a-ling.
Jack thought the old horse was com-
ing and said: "Hang the old blind
horse! He's coming this way sure. and
he ain't got no more sense than to fall
in on me. Whoa, Ball!"
The sound came closer.
"Great Jerusalem, the old blind fool
will be right on top of me in a mipit!
Whoa, Ball! Whoa, haw, Ball!"
Neal kicked a little dirt on Jack's
head, and Jack began to pray:
"Oh, Lord, have mercy on-whoa,
Ball!-a poor sinner- I'm gone now;
whoa, Ball. Our father who art in-
whoa, Ball! hallowed be thy gee,
Ball, gee! what'll I do?-name. Now I
lay me down to sl-gee. Ball!" Just
then in fell more. dirt. "Oh, Lord, if
you ever intend to do anything for me
-back, Ball! whoa! thy kingdom
come-gee, Ball! Oh, Lord, you know I
was baptized in Smith's mil! dam-
whoa, Ball! ho! up! murder! whoa!"
Nonl culd hnld in no lnneprr and


Notice of lectio01.


-11KiEREAS, THE .ItGIt-LATURE OF lI'>.0
iV under tMe 4 otitutiont i l 01 IS.', ol the -tat.
Sot Florida, did pa-s lour .oiut Resolttioins1P"
p sri g Amecndni-nts to the < onstitution o0 the
State of Florida, ai.d ihe ame were agree.'d to by
a vote 01 thret- lilths o all th mcitn-inrsclecti-d to
each Hou-e: that the vote on said Joint Reiolu -


FORECLOSURE SALE.
NDEILANI) ll" VIItTU. (It-A
I.N re.ercd on the lath d-iv of July.
IIKX), by the Circuit Court of ilh "- '
cial Circuit of Florida in andmi .r tlheti
Leon. in chancery sitting in a ..rta
pending thenrein, wherein Loi, (,.- Y
complainant and Henry W. Alex. l.dr ir,
ant, I have levied upon and 1 %ill %.?t
outcry .mfore the court houst* dlor i,-a-S
on the:3d day of Septenmber, A. I. 519
samIlx-being l(gal sales day, luring the
hours of sale, to the highest bi ilh.r forel
undivided one-half interest of the s-ii1 osS
Alexander in and to the ifollowili, dcs
or iareel of land. to-wit: in
southeast corner of lot number flivein
Plan of the vity oi Ti'laliha...s. rni tbenf
sevenv-tyseven feet, thelice n,,rth se-enw
1 hence east seventy-seven feet and thenee
seventy feet to thi'place of Ix-Linni, -a l
above describel land l. hian.l ,l,:". at
of rallahas e. in sai-d 1i dt. aIdl tlte-
chaser to 1,a for d ed*' T'lis 'It da ovf
A. 1. !M ." (; .0 4..PIt, L
,. A l''eiaMl -Master in ('han1;
J1'. A. ItMOmw soN,
)livitor 11r Complhainant. 2


Notice.
TIn- reuI-iration l)doks will l,.1 n at the 4
.1 i.ce on i-'l.iy. \\ edenL-lay
T y ,ach \ a. thefirst MM
Aitli-, I1! D. H|.;HTO(E --
s upt. of K-gi>tao

Examination of Teachers
Tallaha-mtv. Fla., Au,. S. IX --Thei
b-Stati. tlxamniiiattini oI. r.-I.iher i will ri b
I aill:ila'-' oi .on [.t'lointhl" the U ourt h l I *i
at m. o clock.
Ste lute ipil-anuils t11ist a;.iinbhr for thati
1.o"e at the Lon Academiv indl thle cohi
plicant, at tl.- C'olored 2- ItN. V.'. Fjtt
-2l--It Conility -ullentt-nd

Notice of Application for Pent
Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer.


tions were ent red uponI tteir res ctivie JIourpnal, 1)'1.IC NOTICE I'S 1EH pily ,..'.
with the yea- alk;d na;,y. ihercon, and tI4y dlicode 1 Alexander .Ja-oll ihas.liled I itii tbeL
tti.rltnili- and direc~that the said .loint l{e-olutions (of C'ounty m oinniti-sioners of eon ,i I county I
Sbie .u i.nttedti to eliclo or s otIe >tarte a4 the I State ol l'lorida,i li.s ~iplicatni t ir :i
SGt:ierul Elet-tion in Novemlber, 194N. Iell liquor-. win.-iandil lht-r iln Ele-tiocn j
Now. therefore. .Johii I.. 'Taworl, r-.cre-- '. il o -1i1 county alnd tate thi:tso
retarv of : tate of the State of F lorida., do htreby l; ,"atiomi will Ie .ctedl on ti-t ai. Bt
3 'ountv Loliiuiitimiu'rs ..at their d.'xt ra
giv n- notice that acting. which will l a1t thir n.t i
-lmeeting, which Will I held oni thefirmta
GENERAL ELECTION i r dt-iiiir.. 1 ..oi -. -k
SI )oellOxll of -said day, and( th.e s:L.i B., !ll
will be held in each county in Florida on 'J'ties ialls upon any citizen of S.ueh i-':ic.cthuM)
dar next su(cc(-diti- the first Moi nt a i N ov-r"- w'ho may (- to Ili so. to show, -'e,
il*r, A. 1. 9lNMI, the said Tuesday begll the : tiltr' beL. At the said next reigiular iw-el,)m.'(g
S board, whyv -u:h liermit shall not ; 6 .ranm
SIXTH DAY oPF NO)VEMIBER. thie applicant n -
tor the ratification or rejection oi the said Jaoinit ,rde .. th.e B -o"Count jl l
Ite-4)olutious pruolin ; Aiiewitmentstothle fC(eltll- i -th (: h of "o t
tution ot the State of Florida. viz : .yo t t o oI A it A. 1A. l mi.,
S (. EkA., 'i til h.i A l't:\.,
ARTTH LE XV. Clhrk Hoiard otll1y ( Ojh11ti-it.-r
"1.- .h.. -11..l .t .n nmo d A nt t th Tn cons titll -


Under Water.
Strange acquaintances are to be
made under water. H. Phelps Whit-
marsh, who for a time adopted the
calling of pearl fisher in Australian
waters, tells this story of meeting a
submarine monster:
"It was a muddy day, and every-
thing in consequence looked blurred
and exaggerated. In the yellow dista":-e
I saw an-immense dark object mov ;
slowly toward me. As it came nearer
I made out a central body with several
great arms, or feelers, waving rhyth-
-mically. My heart was in my mouth.
"I felt sure it was an octopus. Then,
when I was about to stir up the mud
at my feet to avoid being seen, I dis-
covered that the enemy was nothing
more than a fellow diver. The feelers
I had imagined were his arms, legs and
lines.
"A shadowy giant about 12 feet
high; with huge hands and a head like
a small barrel, was approaching. He
walked slowly, his heavy boots raising
the mud behind him like a cloud of
dust, and his great central eye gleamed
darkly. Although I knew him to be a
man, it was with difficulty that I re-
frained from taking to my heels. At
sight of me he, too, was startled, but
he quickly recovered, and we shook
hands. Then we nodded, grinned,
showed each other the state of our
bags aJL< :tart~_."



"I am a switchman," writes A. J.
Jennesse, of 9201 Butler St., Chicago.
"and am out in all kinds of weather. I
took a cold which settled in my kidney
and was in very bad shape. I tried sev-
eral advertised medicines with no benf-
fit until I was recommended to take Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a
bottle cured me. Wight & Bro.


Notice of .Application for Permit
Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer.
P IBI. NI TICE IS HiE'iln f, lVENT
Julius 1.all lias tiled wit tiTe boaui
County Comltiss.ioners ,,t l,,! (o'i-lv a
State of Florida, his alplinc:o[t I,, :1pe
sell liquors, wines and t.ir in 1-,-on ie
No. 13, of said county ;ind t.'iIt.': icr -i i
plication will be acted on i,\- tlii'.1 la'lI
County (Coinisssioner aI t"I,,;r i'xt up
meeting, which will IIe hti.ie o1 th wii-t Me
in Septeinbr..%. I). I) ;N :it lO 1 it-uokl
forenuon of said day, and tiu -ait l1,irdhu
calls upon any eiliz-n 01 -tIh h'rtioD 1a
who nmav desire to do so, tI -!iw camus if a
there, lb: at the said nexi r -i ;;ir !HtWofz
Boardl, why such permit h!ill n,.t begnltated
the applicant.
By order oi the floard of Counltv (m0ni' S
of Leon county, Floridla.
This the tith day of Aua1t,!. A. D. 1900.
(SEALI) ('1. 1 ;\ A. BtuIS.
Clerk Boarld Co'ity '

Notice to Creditors,
N OTICE TO CREDITRt-z AMN DEliI
All creditors, leratee.-, di-t-il.uteesilt
sous having claiins or tdleiaindl- :i',tinits thi
of Jno. Sneed, decea..',-, lat;.- ) Leon
Florida, are hereby iiotilicd to l<-tiit said
or demands duly authentic tar.i to the
signed for settlement within tc vyarsl
first publication heriof or tins- notice
plead in bar of such indebtvdfi,.--.
All persons indebted to s;aiiil .-t:ite otn
requested to make immediate, i>'rmt.nt,
Executor of the last will and t,.:Liiaelt
Sneed, deceased.
Tallahassee, Fla, July 11th, 19mi.

STATEIMET.
Made.Under Section 35, Chapter 41%1i
of Florida,(1893.>
Showing the amount of taxes chargetl
Tax Collector of Leon county. Florid.I
collected for the current year IStS,
apportionment of the same to the I
funds for which -uch taxes have bell
including poll ta., with county sehool01
Total amount charred fortaxisl.0.._1
Total collected to July :i t .......
Balance..................... ..........
APPORTIONMENT.
General revenue.......... 4t
Amin't paid to July 3, 1.0.. .. -
Sinking and Interest Fund -;", h ,
Am't paid to July 3, 1900.. -' t0 '
Fines and Forfeitures..... .. o 41
Am't paid to July 3, 1.w.. ,:. 423-
Roads and Bridges........ 13
Ain't paid to July 3, iiU .. l..7l-.
County School Tix ........ &:*4 G ,
Ain't paid to July 3. lioo.. Tj;1 :"'

Attest: COUNCIL A. BT
Clerk of the Circuit Court. LeoncounlM

Administration Notice.


Is due to an id poison which gains access to the blood through failure of the propeIIle s J
organs to carry and keep the system fes-r of all morbid, effete matter. This poison
-"?3Ba-" through the geneir ci-culation itdeposited in the joints, muscles and nerves, causing the most in
S R)umatitm attack with such suddenness and severity as to make within a few days a
-, | active person h' b-.es and bed-ridden, with distorted limbs and shattered nerves; or it may be
developing, wit 'Alight wandering pains, just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable; tl
dency in such cas*s i% to grow worse, and finally become chronic.
S Like other b! Pod diseases, Rheumatism is often inherited, and exposure to damp or cold, want of
food, insufficientclothing, or anything calculated to impair the health, will frequently cause it to dei
in early life, but Miore often not until middle age or later. In whatever form, whether acute or cd
-,,2.:- acquired or
inhe rited, ReumatIsm Is Strtl.ly a Blood BDseai
/ and no liniment other external treatment can reach the trouble. Neither do the preparations of I
Sand mercury, an4the various mineral salts, which the doctors always prescribe, cure Rheumatis%
i l F. ruin the digestioaand break down the constitution. .
f ]J A remedy wlech builds up the general health and at the same time rids the system of the pc
the only safe -rtain cure for Rheumatism.- S. S. S., inade of roots, herbs and barks of wono
solvent, pnrifying properties, attacks disease in the right way, and in the right place- the blood- and quickly neutW
the acid and dissolves all poisonous detts, stimulates and reinforces the overworked, warn-out organs, and clears the sp
of all unhealthy accumulations. S.S. cures permanently and thoroughly, and keeps
the blood in a ptre, healthy state. -
'Mr. J. O. Mall 123 W. ith Street, Indi polish, Indl., for eighteen months wassoterribly alicted
with Rheunatism 1 mwas unable to feed or d s himself iDctors said his case was hopeless. He had
tried fifty-two pr es ptions that friends had iven himn. without the slightest relief A few bottles of 1
S. S. S. cured him rmanently, and he has had a rheumatic pain since. This was five years ago.
We will sen free our special boo on Rheumatism. which should be in the hands
of every sufferer rom this torturing dis ase. Our physicians have made blood and skin
diseases a life st dy, and will give you ry information or advice wanted, so write them "
fully and freely bout your case. We iake no charge whatever for this. service. Address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- Atlanl
--- ..


eat and leaving much to go to vast
He is in a fair way to improve undp
their watchful ess.
"You must eat the crust, too. Willie.


his mamma w
dutifully eat tl
"Don't take
cake, Willie, i
his papa will s
it and stuff hini
to leave a cr
grumble about.
The other dPa
a birthday par
him in his besi
"Now, mind.
thing she said
you take on yo
Willie came
severe pains.
honor the pai
years old. Hq
birthday cake,
of ornamental
candles. Ther
the piece tha
plate.-Pittsbu

Lettin
"Before I a
defense," said


11 say, and Willie wi
e crust.
such a large piece
nless, you can cat it
ay, and Willie will tal
self with it rather th:
imb for his father

y Willie was invited
y. His mother dress
clothes.
Willie," was the la
to him; "eat everythii
ar plate."
mome that evening wil
The little girl in wh
ty was given was
r mother had baked
and part of the sche
[on of it were 13 w
Were three of them
was put on Willi
-g News.

r Him OE Emay.
gree to undertake y
the eminent rimi


w what it Is, all right. When
Ion know what a tiring is, I
That's all there |s about

what was the question I asked

ought to know what $hat wts
e forgot your own aaestions.
to get me to remember them

t want to hear any' more of
d of talk," interposed Tbe court.
the questions addressed to
counsel"
I did.. .He asked mne. itf I
hat It was, and I said: I did."
ou sure you understand what
t by the term 'preponderance of
I
urse I am, judge."
let us hear your ideq of it."
evidence previously pOndered."
Tribune. !

Thousands of Children
de happy and comfortable by
). Dickey's Old Reliable Eye Wa-
doesn't hurt a bit ano relieves
tion at once. Don'" take an
the genuine is the only safe
I.ion, is put up in red cartons and
name blown in the bottle. Get
cents at Wight & Brb.'s Drug

Z *rnaw amorsesmoes.
is put to strange usts in ,Ta-
losnc of the horses are shod with
Even the clumsiest of cart!
wear straw shoes. fin their
ie shoes are tied around the
with straw rope and are made
ordinary rice straw, btaided so
y form a sole for the P)ot about
i Inch thick. These soles cost
half penny per pair, and when
re worn out they are thrown
Every cart has a stoet of fresh
oes tied to the horse or to the
f the cart, and in Japm It was
the custom to measure dis-
ly by the number of horse-
took to cover the dis ce. So
horseshoes made a d y's jour-
d the average shoe listed for
eight miles of travel.

The Lebster.
entist has entered protest
tthe use of the term "lobster"
pIthet Implying lack ef skill or
SHe says that lobsters on the
otian coast draw up In battle
d eight for hours according to
ghbred rules, the coast being lit-i
with claws and other *vidences
emberment when thy struggle
i I
A Herotae.
cemetery on the bas of the
wrence river, near escott, is
taph saying that the tone was;
to the memory of jlizabeth'
n, who heroically defended
e of her lover by sticking a
rk in a mad cow's nse.". The
Miis Richardson wa 38 years
ien she died. '


,Tre Disputed Name of the War.
The Confederate Veterans, in their
annual convention in Louisville. decid-
ed that the war of 1861-5 should be
known as the "war between the
states." This is the name that Alexan-
der H. Stephens favored, and it is the
one generally used by the people of the
south in speaking of that war, the
northern people calling it the rebellion.
Strange it Is that neither name is a cor-
rect definition of the event All. know
that there was no rebellion. States that
had sovereignty could not be guilty of
rebellion. Neither was it a war be-
tween the states,' but actually a war,
between two governments made up of
states. Some writers call it a civil war,
yet it was not a war between citizens
in their civil capacity, but, as before
said, a war between regularly organ-
ized governments. There is, in fact, no
concise way of naming the conflict;
hence these misnomers. Possibly the
best title would be the simple one of
calling it by the years of Its beginning
and close-namely, the war of 18G1-5.-
M2bile Register.


Fatality Follows a 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 bad.
Wight & Bro.
"W A eni o. asOoo rnror.
"Well, goodbye, Mr. Green. It was so
nice of you to come. It does father
such a lot of good to have some Gae to
talk to."
"I was delighted to come, Miss
Brown, but I'm afraid I'm not much
of a conversationalist."
"My dear Mr. Green, don'1 let that
trouble you. Father's ideal listener is
an absolute idiot, with no conversation
whatever, and I know he hastenjoyed
himself tremendously toaight!"-Lon-
don Punch.
Didn't Know Dore.
In discussing the want of compre-
hension of one branch of art for anoth-
er Mr. Sutherland Edwards says that
when Gustave Dore began to illustrate
the "Idylls of the King" Tennysbn did
not even know bim by name.
"I wonder what they are going to do


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My desk at the office- and tried
two of the best expert physicians of
Chicago, but obtained no benefit,"
writes L. B. Long, Supt Manistee
Furniture Works, Manistee, Mich. "I
was completely run down and sleep
or rest was impossible. When in
this condition I concluded to try
Dr. Miles' Nervine, and after using
three bottles, am now enjoying good
health and attending to business
without any fatigue whatever. It re-
stored my health completely."

Dr .MiIes'Neroine
is sold by all dru.ggists on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
.Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Mile Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.


lawyer who htd been called in, "y
will have to ()e perfectly frank w
me and tell me the whole truth. d
you embezzle the 20,000 you are c-
cused of havin taken?"
"Yes, sir," plied the accused m n.
"I'll not atte pt to conceal the f e
from you. I le every penny of it."
"How much f It have you left?"
"It's all gon but about 10."
"Young man said the eminent la-
yw, putting 0o his gloves, "you'd it-
ter plead guilt and throw yourself
the mercy of te court."
"I'll do it il you say so, sir. WIlt
are you going o charge me for the
vice?"
"Ten pound"--Loon King.

A Taukless Baody.
An explorer Uately returned from
travels was relating his advent .
"I peered," said he, "into the thi t,
and there before me lay a trunk s
body." "Nonsense," remarked an int -
fering critic, "who ever heard of a
trunkless body?" "My friend," rep d
the traveler quietly, "the body as"
that of an elephant." He then resunled
his story.-London Globe.


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I lijt. le following amenume uOe l ll llviAi i.- t.i-
tion of the state ot Floriaa be and the s-anme is
hereby agreedt to antid iali be submittedl tr5 the
electors of the State at the General Electioji, A.
Ii. IMNO, lor ratification or rej-etlon. i
.section 4. Article VI). of the 'onstitutiin of
the State of llorida is heieby amended so -as to
read as follows:
Section -1. Where any Senatorial District is
conIiupoed.of two or more counties, tine coutie. ,of
which such district consists. shall not be entirely
separated'by any county lilonging to another
district. Any new county that niay be crteited,
shall be entitled to one member in the loqsei of
ltecpresentativi-s, in excess of the nimit pre-cril,-l
in Section 2 of this Article until the apportion-
ment following next thereafter. and shall ie_ as-
signed when created to one of the adjoninig Sen-
atorial Distrints as shall be determined Ily the
Legi-lature. T
ARTICLE XVI. z
That the following Amenlndment to the ('.nsti-
tution of the btate of Florida be and is hihreby
agreed t-, and shall be submitted to the electors
ox the State at the General Election to be hild on
the tirsU 'I uesday after the first Monday if No-
vember, A. D. 1900, for ratification or tejec-
tion. -
Section 25 of-Article III of said Constitutfon be
and is herebv amended so as to read as follows:
-Section 25 The Legislature shall provide by
general law for incorporating sucheducational.
agricultural, mechanical, mining, transporta-
tioei, mercantile ana other useful companies or
associations as may Ibe deemed necessary: iut it
shall not pass any special law on any such sub-
ject. and any such special law shall be pf no
etfect; provided, however. That nothing herein
hall preclude special legislation as to a u iver-
sity or the public schools, or as to a shipkcaunal
across the State.
ARTICLE XVII.
That the following Amendment to the Coostitu-
tion of the State of Florida be and the s-me is
hereby agreed to and shall. be submitted Fo the
electors of the State at the General Election in
November, A. D. 1900, ior ratification or rejec.
lion.
Section 5 of Article VITI of the Constitution
shall be and is hereby amended so as to riad as
follows: -
Section 5. Immediately upon the ratifica0on of
this amendment the County CommissionersiDf the
seve- Il counties of this State snail divided their
resi -ve counties into five Commissioner's Dis-
tricts, to be numbered respectively from one to
five inclusive, and each district shall be, as early
as MMsible. equal in proportion to population,
and thereafter there shall be in each of such dis-
tricts a County Commissioner, who shall be
elected by the qualified electors of safd county,
at the time and place of voting for other itouty
officers, and shall hold his office for two !ears.
The powers, duties and compensation of such
County Commissioers shall e prescribed b-- law;
Provided, That nothing herein shall effect the
terms of Commissioners holding office at the time
of such division; Providet further, That 411 va-
cancies occurring by limitations of terms, or from
death, reignatin or otherwise, before the elec-
tion of 190" shai be filled by appointmentibv the
Governor as now provided by law. "
ARTICLE XVIIL .
That the following Amendment to the ponsti-
tution of the State of Florida be and the s*me is
hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted ;o the
electors of the State at the General Electon in
November, A. D. 1900, for ratificaion orirejec-
ion.


Useful Some Day r Perhap,
Husband-What! You bought an Ir-
tificial arm?
Wife-Yes, dear. It was a great bar-
gain. and-
Husband Great Scott! What are
you thinking of? You haven't auy
earthly use for such a thing.
Wife-But, dear, you know you trav-
el on the railroads a great deal. and
you can never tell what may happen.--
Philadelphia Press.

A Queer Military Law.
I When .a British soldier is taken a
prisoner of war. he is guilty of an of-
fense against the queen and is liable
to be put upon trial should there be
any doubt that he gave up his liberty
when there was really no necessity to
do so. IHe must then prove that it was
impossible for him to take any other
course' without uselessly throwing:
away his life.


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T WiLY TALAHA88IR AN; l: AY, AUGUST 23, 1900.


EDITOU STRUCK

NED FORCES WITH THE PRINT
ERS WHEN THEY QUIT. --

Wnlas MaM mner In Whlch u
rtft amndled a Dnu emaed w Ia
based Paby ty the foreo ** e
I Daaln s TLme.
are are ways and ways of settlami
r strikes. The unions have ue
"sympathetic strike" plan, at timei
ring a settlemera.. by calling ou
forces of allied trades. With tlm
Wes" the lockout frequently hai
a the business. But there are meth
of erasing differences between em
ers and employees which even Chl
p has overlooked. Strikes hPvV
i settled by the bosses joining tlh
as of the strikers, voluntarily as
dug the posts of walking delegated
eting the movements of the strike
army and dictating the time wbei
culties were declared off.
roof of the power of this meihot
furnished during the days of th
Dallas Times. That Texas eit;
but a struggling town then, with
elation that was getting close up t
2,000 mark. The editorial helm o
Times had just been seized b
liam Steritt, better known in Wast
on's and Texas' newspaper world<
iy as plain "Bill" Steritt, the title
onel" frequently being prefixed it
gnitioq of his birthplace,. Keri
ky.
be Times under the Steritt regime

ck poison is a poison which make
sick. It comes from the stomach
stomach makes it out of undigeste
le blood gets it and taints the who
r with it. That's the way of it.
be way to be rid of it is to look aft
r digestion.
'your food is all properly digest,
Swill be none left in the stomach 1
;esick poison out of.
your stomach is too weak to see 1
properly by itself, help it along wit
w doses of Shaker Digestive Cord"ia
lat's the cure of it.
maker Digestive Cordial is a delicion
ful, tonic cordial, made of no
hnal plants, herbs and wine.
positively cures indigestion aa
rents the formation of sick poison.
t druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents.
-ployed five men and one woman -t
manufacture. The latter was tl
e of the foreman of the pr'itin
n and worked at the "cases." whil
"printer's devil"- performed doub!
by acting as the motive power
hand press. The foreman during
younger days had had an argumei
a mule, and the scars of that hal
which decorated his face had aid
during his reputation of being '1
man in a mixup."' Shortly aft
new hand press had begun tl
ling of editorials and the sharil
ibscription donations ranging fro
en truck to overworked farm stmo
siness lodged in The Times office
rs of labor troubles and of unit
tion were heard.
we've concluded to quit." said tl
an as he stalkedl into the edito!
m one morning backed up by tl
mechanical force. "We dot
ion pay, and we've organized
L If you don't show up me
y, your paper don't get out, that

oing to strike, are you?" queril
who had not found promises
ect road to wealth and Wall stre
gh The Times. "Unionized, a
Well. sir, I'm glad to hear it. I"
thinking for some days of gol
strike myself. The circulation
concern Isn't extremely fevers
none.of the subscribers will ev
us, and if they do it will be to o
ft. The few blocks of white pap
there will keep, and I guess t
Press won't object to a day o
sir, we'll strike right here a
We'll just walk around the ce
d celebrate the inauguration
'walkout' with a drink."


foreman's wife here transfer
hare of arbitration power gpn t
line contingent and departs
quintet expressed some surpr
turn of affairs, but followed St
the corner saloon, where thr
of drinks were put away und
tion.
U see," began the foreman, "we
to go right back to work now
pay"-
, sir-ee," broke in the edit
, we've just struck, and I could
ings off now. Hold on, I t
d we'll win out."
Times office was closed up, t
ws nailed down and the office
loose to forage. On the four
he foreman approached Ster
unded him as to the advisable
glaring the strike at an end.
't do it," was the answer. "W1
having the best time of my I
out, and we'll win, I tell you.
fd ind another union around be
would have one of those symi
affairs. Nop; the strike's not
bherby issue another pronune
t to that end. Besides that, t
Sir. ginningig to find out th

$Soo Rward $Soo.
readers of this paper will
to learn that there isat least
disease that science has b
cure in all its stages and th
h. Hall's Catarrh cre is the


ae a pape. ri. 4' tns scrlk for

The they liquored several times, and
the trewman left.
Co the ninth day the striking army
of five conferred witt the self.appoint-
ed walking delegate.1 They contended
that they were read] to resume their
end of the work of a ping public opin-
Ion at the old schedu e of weekly pay.
Sterift was obdurate and advised fur-
ther hostilities for several days. On
the fourteenth day hb was called on to
accept a most sweeping capitulation,
The next day the havd press began its
grind. the foreman, ho had not lived
up to his reputation .as a "bad man,"
took his wife and his followers back to
the "cases." and Steitt continued the
work of gathering "Items" and build-
Ing editorials. At the close of the day's
work the force was summoned to the
office.
"Next time," advised the editor. "you
don't want to stop when you've organ-
ired a 'chapeL You frant to go ahead
and organize and bund a whole cathe-
dral That's all."-C lcago Tribune.

Tree a. Laud.
Do not buy land o0 which the trees
arit small and of not ery thick growth.
You will see that mei who are experl-
en .ed in-buying farming lapd always
go on this principle. Land thickly cov-
ered with timber indicates good land,
where the trees are scattered' and not
very tall indicates poor land.
----
"Through the month of June and July
our baby was teething and took a run-
ning off of the bowels and sickness of
the stomach,'"says Q. P. M. Holliday, of
Deming, Ind. "His towels would move
from tive to eight times a day. I had a
bottle of Chamberlail's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Reined in the house and
gave him four drops a teaspoonfu' of
water and he igot bett r at once." Sold
by Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-
ers.
some ~gasl h Laws.
If you deposit nmo.Ley in a bank and
leave it there for ovrr six years with-
out adding to it, dral, .ng on it or deal-
ing with it in any wiy, it comes under
the statute of lihuita ions and is lost to
you forever. 1
Suppose you bought a gold ring and
without saying anything about pay-
ments or delivery you turned round to
examine a clock anm\ a maglpie flew in
ana carried off the {ring it would be
your loss. You would have to pay the
jeweler, while he need not give you
another ring. If yqu bought a horse
and said you would -aill for him in the
evening and if the stibhits were burned
and the horse destroyed before you
called, you would have to bear the con-
sequences. But if : anything remained
to be done to the property purchased
the seller would be responsible. Sup-
pose he undertook t put a nail in the
horse's shot or suppose the jeweler
said he would polish up the ring, then
the loss would fall op him, not you.
If you wrote from -London to a miller
in Bristol offering to sell him a cargo
ot wheat at 30 shillings a quarter and
he wrote a letter a cepting your offer
add posted it the same day, the con-
tract would be co ipleted. Suppose,
now. the letter got ibst. you concluded
that he was not gol ig to buy and you
sold the cargo to some one else. you
would be lihible for ianmages to th- first
buyer, and tlhe works of it is you could
get nothing out of t !e postmaster gen-
if

P. P. P., Lippmants Great Remedy,
sla the greatest blo4 i purifier min the
world; superor to I sareaparillas, for
the cure of Scrofulal in its worst form;
Goitre, Hu Disease, (welled Neck, Rum-
uing Sores and Sores!in the Eyes.
P. P. P. makes a ture and permanent
cure.
Miss Ida Hatangs.javanaah, Ga., says
she-was suffering allithe torture of ter-
rible caae of acruaula and no relief could
be obtained until P4 P. P., Lippean's
Great Remedy, was ried; the result was
a complete cure. s
Sold by all drugg ,is.


Couldn't Resist.
An eccentric clergyman in Cornwall
had .been much annoyed by the way
the members of the congregation had
of looking around ;o see late comers.
After enduring it for some time he
said on entering the reading desk one
day: "Brethren, I regret to see that
your attention is called away from
your religious du es by your very
natural desire to ee who comes in
behind you. I pr ose henceforth to
save you the troupe by naming each
person who may co e late."
He then began, I"Dearly beloved,"
but paused half way to interpolate.
, "Mr. S., with his w4fe and daughter."
Mr. S. looked rather surprised, but
the minister, with perfect gravity, re-
sumed. Presently he again paused.
"Mr. C. and Williagh D."
The abashed congregation kept their
ey studiously beat on their books.
The service proceeded in the most or-
derly manner, the parson interrupting
aimself .every nowj and then to name
some newcomer. At last he said, still
with the satne perfect gravity:
"Mrs. S. in a new bonnetV'
In a moment eve-y feminine head in
the congregation had turned around.-
Millinery Trade Review.

I A Mystery of the Sea.
One of the most curious finds ever
I made from the s: was that which
I came to the Azore in 1858. The is-
land of Corvo was'then In the posses-


wen rrxen In a n Iceberg and drifted
for years. The date of the letter found
in the forecastle showed that the brig
had been abandoned nearly half a
century before. The two sailors got
out the furs, which eventually brought
them 84.000, and two barrels of beef
and then set fire to the wreck. No trace
was ever found of its name or owners.
A Jolly Funeral.
An Italian doctor named Louis Cor-
tusio, who died In the eighteenth cen-
tury. left some curious Instructions as
to the manner of his burial This gen-
tleman, by his will, forbade his rela-
tions to weep at his funeral on pain of
being disinherited and appointed him
or her who should laugh the longest
and loudest the principal heir and leg-
atee. Not a stitch of black was to be
displayed either in the house in which
he should die or in the church in which
he should be buried. They were both
to, be strewn with flowers and green
boughs on the day of his funeral. -In-
stead of the tolling of bells lively mu-
sic was to accompany his body to the,
church, and 50 minstrels were to march
with the clergy sounding their flutes.
trombones and trumpets. The bier
was to be carried by 12 marriageable
girls clothed in green, to each of whom
the testator bequeathed a sum of mon-
ey for her dowry. Lastly, no one in,
the procession was to wear black. All
these orders were absolutely carried
into affect.-Household Words.

You Never Read of so many great
cures elsewhere, as those effected by
Hood's Saresparilla, did you? It is
America's Greatest Medicine and pos-
sewses merits unknown to any other
preparation. It is a wonderful invigor-
ator.

Sick headache is cured by Hood's Pill.
25c.
LILIES.
Lilies, white lilies. ye calm my soul.
For the waters are wild and the billows roll,
And love and trust have ;rif;ted away
Like the distant sail on the bi, i-t of the bay.
In a moment more 'twill have dirifted from sight
And be hidden away in the waste of night!
And then ye came with your pure, sweet gaze,
With your dainty, winsome, loving ways,
And crept like a dear dream into my heart.
I could not b-ar to send tjhee apart.
For the fragrance that floats on your balmy
breath
To me whispers "peace," though the world calls
it death.
r-Rose Van B. Speece in Scranton Tribune.


COULDN'T FOOL HIM.
This Man Knew a Steamboat When
He Saw One.
The agent of one of the ocean steam-
ship lines, says the Chicago Tribuue.
told the following story of a St. Louis
man who got into New York the day
after the maiden arrival of a great
liner:
After gazing at the vessel from the
pier the St. Louisan said'to the uman at
the gangplank:
"Purty good sized steamboat."
"She's a liner, ocean liner," was the
lofty reply.
"She's purty high up, ain't she?"
"Ocean liners have to be. But when
she is under way she doesn't look so
high."
"Her chimneys ain't very high,
though."
"You mean her funnels. No; they
never make them high for liners."
"Hinges on 'emr?"
"Never heard of hinges on a funnel."
"How does she get under the
bridge?"
"What bridge?'
"Why, any bridge. Steamboats out
our way have hinges on their chim-
neys, and when they come to the
bridges over the river they lower the
chimneys, and she scoots under like
she was greased."
The man at the gangplank observed
the St Louis man with lofty indiffer-
ence.
"She ain't got any wheelhouses on
her sides nor none at her stern," re-
marked the St. Louis man after he had
made further inspection.
"Liners have propellers," said the
man at the gangplank, and his nose
turned up visibly.
"Well, I'll bet she can't run. It takes
two wheels and a bow like an arrow-
head and a scant hold to give a steam-
boat speed, sonny, and don't you forget
it. If this steamboat was to get into
the Mihsissippi, she'd go hard aground
first clip."
"I have tolt'you this is not a steam-
boat"
"Shucks! You can't gimme that I
saw a picter of her in one of our news-
papers before I left home, and the
printin under it said 'steamboat.' Do
you think a St. Louis editor don't know
a steamboat when he sees one? You're
not on to your job yet."
o1i Teeth Boin ht.
'7:;e following curious advertisement
recently appeared in a London paper:
"Old False Teeth'Bought-Many la-
dies and gentlemen have by them old
or disused false teeth, which might as
well be turned Into money. Messrs. B.
D. and J. B. -, of (establish-
ed since 1833), buy old false teeth. If
you send your teeth to them, they will
remit you by return post the utmost
value; or if preferred they will make
you the best offer and hold the teeth
over for your reply. If reference is
necessary, apply to Messrs. -, bank-
ers. Ipswich."


lmapresaaon Correet.
"Dinguss, didn't I lend you $10 a
mnanth r wn a oi-y.


DUELING IN FRAN ;.

THE CUSTOM HAS DEVELOPED A NA-
TIONAL FIGHTING BLADE.

It Is a Loan, Strogr Sword, the
Bpee de Combat, and WIth It,
Were the Coibatants Seo IellUed,
Serious Imjrles Could Be ^nflited.


Persons other than French are wont
to maintain in spite of the occasional
pin pricks that the French duelists in-
flict on one another that French duel-
ing is a French face. But Frenchmen
and sometimes other persons in*sym-
pathy with them insist upon being tak-
en seriously. They insist that dueling
with swords, which is the real thing in
French duels, is not child's play and
that compared with it the old fashion-
ed Anglo-Saxon resort to a "pair of
fives" is brutality not to be thought of
by the scraping smirker of the boule-
vards.
The French habit of settling disputes
by resort to duels with swords has de-
veloped a national dueling weapon, the
epee de combat, a long and strong
blade with three triangular grooves
tapering to a keen point, with edges
that never are used save for defense.
The hand is protected with a broad,
round guard shaped like the gong upon
an alarm clock. The handle is straight,
with no other incumbrance, and bal-
anced by a heavy pommel which pro-
jects beyond the root of the thumb
when the weapon is held ready for a
thrust
It is a modern development of the
rapier with which Cyrano de Bergerac
fought the bullies of Paris. It shows
traces of its descent through the ele-
gant court sword which was coming
into being when D'Artagnan became a
field marshal In the "Due de Brage-
lonne." But its hilt makes It impossi-
ble for ordinary wear in its present
shape, and the epee de combat is the
weapon of the French duelist and of
him alone.
In 1888 General Boulanger and M.
Floquet found it necessary to settle
their differences at the sword's point.
The critics had not much difficulty in
picking the winner between a civilian
president of the chamber of deputies
well advanced in years who had limit-
ed his practice to sparrow shooting
with a pistol and a brave general" in
the full ardor of his life whose sword
was the symbol of his profession. Yet
they were utterly mistaken.
If M. Floquet was no swordsman, he
was full of quiet pluck and common
sense, and he practiced one stroke only
the night before the fight. A dozen
times, though not too many to make
his old limbs stiff the next day, he
might have been seen in a well known
sales d'armes straightening his arm
and raising his wrist until he could
only just see the point of his sword
above and beyond the ball of his
thumb. The next day Boulanger made
a furious attack, with many stamps
and flourishes. The little president
stiffened his back, threw out his point.
and the unlucky general impaled his
neck upon the blade. Boulanger recov-
ered. to die by his own hand after
"Bonuangisni" had been discredited.
"Harry Alis" of the Debats suffered
much more quickly from the effects of
the epee. His real name was Hippolyte
Percher. and In fighting a captain of
infantry on the lie de la Grande Jalte
about certain scandals connected with
the French Kongo he was hit in the
right armp't and bled to death.
The duel fought by Catulle Mendes
in May of 1899 was almost as serious,
and it was caused while Bernhardt
was playing "Hamlet" by some fatu-
ous quarrel over the physical develop-
ment of the prince of Denmark. M.
Vanor, Mendes' opponent was a fine
swordsman and, sportsmanlike enough
to recognize the double advantages he
enjoyed, contented himself with parry-
ing correctly. Catulle Mendes threw
himself on his adversary's point and
was severely wounded in the stomach
on almost the same ground where
Percher had been killed several years
before.
It often is urged outside of France
that French dueling consists in merely
pricking your man in the hand or fore-
arm, as the least disablement is held to
"satisfy the honor" of the combatants.
But the hand and arm of an adversary
are those parts of him which are near-
est to you and which you can reach
with the least exposure of your own
person.


The wound that is produced by trans-
fixing a hand. which may be protected
only by the ordinary kid glove of social
custom, is not only totally disabling,
but also extremely painfuL Soldiers
who have been shot in the palm inva-
riably collapse for a time with the
acute agony produced by the rupture
of so many delicate nerve centers. A
,thrust in the forearm is equally effect-
ive, for it disables all the muscles and
ligaments that enable a man to hold
and manipulate his sword.
But though a fine duelist Is always
capable of these particular thrusts--
and they are far more various than
would be imagined at first sight-he
has by no means exhausted his strokes
when these have all been., parried. At-
tacks in what is called the "lower line"
are frequently successful and Invaria-
bly produce an awkward wound when
they succeed. The throat is as vulner-
able and as often attacked as is the
chest, and it must be remembered that


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iohn in, of the firm of Pall,
r & who has beeq slek for
S days, up again.
is all the rage now.
the sptAatuen bang
it unmercifully, now' and
m omewe suppose.
all da of hook and job printing,
the [AI.T.AAtin#A, office. We
it y in price and style.
of people with weak lungs
if with stubborn coughs is con-
ki-. Foley's Honey and Tar, if
in e, cures the cold, hedls the
a smlways cures incipient con-
Wight &Bro.
Cuater returned from St. Te-
r y, where he had spent two
S pleasantly.
. T. Myers went to Panacea
r,, Binug Satuday and Sunday
il remmturning on Monday.
-. ar onroe and children left
leet orVirginia, where they will
remainder of the sumnwr.
w f in the fable put on sheep's
ng muse if he traveled 'on his
V ation he couldn't accomplish
Counterfeiters of D sWit's
1 Salve couldn't sel their
sialves on their merits, ao they
e in boxes and wrappers like D-
. o out for them. Take only
t Hazel Salve. It cures piles
11 in diseases. AUldealeri.
B. Crawford, a prominent
r Gothan, Ala., is vIsiting his
John L Crawford, Secretary


ate/
m Taylor Bauekett, of Jack-
private secretary to United
S oator James P. Taliajerro, is
of Chief-Justice R. Fenwick

r. J A. Davis, of Washingt,D. C.,
cd ate@ Pension Agent, is athe
Lal bm ne. s
e vs of health requie that the
')e ove once each day a one of
p* ties for violating thi law is
6 ep your bowels regular by tak-
Se aof Chamberlain's to6uich and
r bklte when necessary:and y.u
er have that severe poiabp m"t
t W upon you. Price, 25 cents.
by Wight & Bzo.

a B. F. Taylor, Hon. F. B. Carter,
m ett, L. A. Perkins andi John T.
a, Saturday, visited thj natural
Son the St. Marks river.
r. cbn G. Collins has left on our
v se a fine mle of his corn crop.
Should see Mr. CollinO and get
8 his seed before planting their
xt year.
i the land of tamine, thousands
use they cannot obtain food. In
na the land of plenty, many suffer
and because they cannot digest
d. they eat. Kodol Dyspepsia
e igests what you eat. I instantly
2 and radically cures all stomach
. All Dealers.
many of the young men have
gout to Mr. Collins' farm to
ts. One of them shot one of his
ws last wetk.,injuring the animal
verely. Such measures can not
Severely condemned. Of course
ent is unknown. .Mr. Collins
mt matt feel hurt if he should
any further hootmng on his prem-

Drinking Water.-Every one suf
eatly from the different kinds of
be is compelled to drink, and
g is so likely to bring 4n an attack
cea. Perry Davis' Pain-Killer
only safe, quick and sure cure for
imps and cholera mor us. Avoid
tut, there is butone cain-Killer,
Davis?. Price 25c anw 50c.

lumber business formerly owned
r. J. T. Bradfoid is no conducted
Taylor & Ch architects
bilders,of thi city. This exten-
of their businme will be them
ptly carry their con-
Salso solicit a hare of the
Trade. ~
There is no little enemyT" Inttle im-
itisa in the blood are rcesof great
r and should be expee by Hoods'
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.iCHOICCE Vegetables
Swill always find a ready
marret-but only that farmer
capn raise them who has studied
the g-eat secret how to ob-
tain both quality and quantity
by the judicious use of well-
halanced fertilizers. No fertil-
izer for Vegetables can produce
a large yield unless it contains


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Wedn aday -ttetdiu. to

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GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nams St., New York

Mrs. Charles Myers is down at Lanark
this week. 9
Mrs. Chesley and family went over to
St. Teresa from Panacea this week.
. Mrs. Fannie Hogan is spending this
week very pleasantly at Lanark.
That Throbblag Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's N ew Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick an d Nervous headaches.,
They make pure blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back
if not cured. Sold by all druggists.
Does B. B. stand for bull-bat? Of
course--then why did that expert bull-
bat shot have such an empty bag the
other afternoon, after he so carefully
selected his shells before starting o it.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williams, of
Starke, came up Tuesday afternoon to
spend a couple of weeks with 'Mrs. Wil-
liams' parents, Mr. and KMr. W. R. Tay-
lor.
The friends of Mr.. Frank Black are
glad to see him able to be out again at-
tending to his duties.


CASTORIA
For Tnkats anmd ChildreL
Tie KW Yu Have Alwars Beq
Bears the
Signature of 4

Middling cotton (old) is quoted in Sa-
vannah at 9#. Prices for new cotton
will not be quoted before September 1st
The West Florida Seminary base ba11
nine will play a game of ball against the
Woodville nine this afternoon at Canmp
Henderson. Atimission 15 cents.
The soda fountains for the past few
days have been doing a rushing business
supplying the thirsty ones with cold
drinks. The extremely warm weather
was a big thing for the dispensers of such
beverages.
Miss Wilma Trammell, of Chattahoo-
chee, passed through the 'city Monday,
en route to Panacea Springs, where she
will spend some time.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R..P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,.
spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak
nerves had caused severe pains in the
back of his head. On using Electric
Bitters. America's greatest Blood and
Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him.
He says this grand medicine is what his
country needs. All America knows
that it cures liver and kidney troubles,
purifies the blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the body. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by all
druggist.
Mr. Sidney V. Coxetter, manager of
the Western Union Telegraph office in
this city, left yesterday to spend a two
weeks' vacation at Panacea and St. Te-
resa. His brother, Mr. Dunham Coxet-
ter, of Jacksonville, bas temporary
charge of the telegraph office.
Mr. Robert Gamble came over from
Thomasville yesterday on a business
trip.
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton. 8. D. "Was taken
with bad cold which settled on my lungs:
cough set in and finally terminated in
Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up,
saying I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Savior, determined
if I could not stay with my friends on
earth, I would meet my absent owes
above. My husband was advised to get
Dr King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial,
tookin an eight bottles. It has cured
me, and thank God, I am saved and now
a well and healthy woman." Trial bot-
tles free at any drug store.
Regular s c. and 1.0. Guaranteed
or price refunded.


Mr. Charles Monroe went down to
Panacea, where he will spend a ten day s'
vacation.




Democratic 5p-aL lii.


Hon. S. M. Sparkman, nominee for
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at least 8% -Potash.


wealth of fwers which still m-
We Truth In Stories of Germ iatieo memorate adorn its return an
Atter Thoummad of Years. rell believe both these reaso n-
"The statement is frequently mard fluenced the vtng of Its name." All kinds of buildings planned and constructed accord
In the popular press," said Professor the latest ind rof ed metho ds.
L H-. Pammel. government botanist, PI tt It 21M11. tMe latest proved methods.
"that seeds have retained their .vitality Judge-H officer, this man Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed
for a long time. Thus it is stated that he was for merely taking d. u. i
wheat under some conditions has pre- Is that ? mouldings, stair rails, balusters, porch columns,. back
served its vitality for 50 or 100 years. Officer-It your bonor. He tels. grills, fancy gable ornaments, and turned and scrol
It has frequently been stated that stealing lee hen I abbed m- of every description.
wheat taken from Egyptian monu- w e ."..
ments germinated, but In not a single "Young said the old ge tle-
case Is this germination authenticated man. "my ghter Is too yon to
Not a single grain taken from an an- marry. A ri ot her age cann be
cent Egyptian sarcophagu and sown surme of her wn mind In a of All orders will receive prompt attenti
by various persons has ever been h n poA orders will receive prompt atte
known to germnlate, and the cond- "I fully that" replied the
tons ft preserving the seed in these young man, ho had Just secure the
Egyptian monuments are better, than air one's t. "That's w4, I
In the sOll. They are protected from the don't want waRt."-Chicago Pos.
air and variations of temperature. The P-bbIy. We Guarantee Our Workto be First-Class in Ever
experiment which has been most talk- qat m t vetaken lots of nerve SS 10fo
ed of s that of theCount of Stenberghimt ad joke with the dtor Pces Reasonable.
at Prague. He had recelvef the gralma while they taking hle leg o f at
from a trustworthy traveler. who told the knee. 't he seem excited?"
him that they were- taken from a ."Wl, I ht he talked In rather .
sarcophagus. It Is said that two of a manner.'-Chicago rib. Ofic e, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air 13
these weet germinated, but it is a well -
known *act that impostures are per-, \ lot south of county jail.
petrated by the people who dispose of H. mUeJ4 wm l mte a f P. 0
these seeds. In some caap they have The Rocky Gulch cowboy who broke Phone 87. .
even stripped corn or maize Into these p a show In that town by shooting at
iarcophagL. the actors called himself a meteor be-
* "Many experiments have been made, cae,M he ad, he was abootIgtW stom
not only in this country, bqt in Europe, -ew... e. t W*
to determine the vitality of various ,/ / r
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e &sia1n of 400 or500 of Apa-
's colored citm came A to
ptal City cm ,Friday last. =
a ll behaved andl joy crowd,
emed to trgly enjoy them-
A. game of ball as played m1
aftnoon at amp enderson be-
the ApaSahieels colored nine and
boeb colored nine. The score was
C imnfavor of Tah-se. An ad-
See of 15 cents wa charged, and
Sealed, of whir+ the visiting
tmp received 60 per cent. Dur-
theaftermoo and later in the even-
ice selections were rendered by
3 Pr vedo brass ban which added
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September 25-Blouaqtown, day. ALet GArtoMn.MPInhUiiDtog .. -

September 276--Bri io, day Health to Mrs. Archambo. bemSw i the. m y.T. W en aIL,,a..
September 28-Carrabelle, day.- [1LTt O m n- .. n4 A recent writer In an Austrinn pW- ong to dnner" write
Speakingmparty divide. e"Da M X nmAx--For two per teaches anatomy In verse. The tns, tlmtmveler, n"e sea
September 28 felt end so weak ana rhymes are no: all perfect. .but they two days beforehand, a
day. that some days I could hadly go"will serve.- invitatlon, contained tn a
ptember 28 -rawfordv that some days I could hard go
day around the house. Backache and head- Bow may bodies in the human tace? ppe. If you accept the
September 2-Tallaasee dathe d fourteen. when they are all ptoa. re supposed to keep the
eptemober 9-Monticeallahassee, day. ache all the tie ad my food would ow many bo in the human bead? ve not time-that is, If y
October 1-Monticello, day. not digest and had such pains in the Eight. my child, as I've often sid.
October 2-Perry, day. womb and troubled with leucorrhoe-a o many b in the human qL ou are expectedto send It
October 3-Mavo, day and kidneys were affected Twenty-four. like a clustering vine. Tbhe bnqluet is appointed for
October 3-Mayo, day. and kidneys were afeeted. Bow many bon in the human chest ou eed o go fore
October 10-Lakeland. night. After birth of each child I grew Twenty-four ribe and two of the ret.
October. 11-Bartow, day. weaker, 'nd hearing so much of the ow many bones so n the boulder bindA
October 12--Arcadia, d. good you had done, I wrote to you and Tow in a meah; one before o ne behind. A T
goodbyouanhea. nwsin the human arR A ESTATE
Otoe a i .have taken six bottles of Lydia ech arm e; two in eh foam.
October 13--Ft. Myers, night. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, one How many bones io the human wrist ? B
October 1 6-Brooklyn, day. box of Lozenges, one box of Liver Pills, Eight in each. if none is missed. XOR SALE. -Cottage at Saint
October 17-Inverness, day. one package of Sanative Wash, and to- inh o ever e'sarva room. I wantreal
October 18-Dade City, day. day I am feeling as well as I ever did. How many bones in the tigers ten? onJ. C. Trice at Tallahasseean
October 20-Key West, night. When I getup in the morning I feel aa Twenty-eight. and by joints they bend. FST STOCK AND DAIR -Y PA
October 22-Braidentown, day. fresh as I did when a girl and eat and How many bones inthe human hip? die Florida, 3 miles of city.
One In each; like adish they dip. i esidence,bu, etc. For terms
October 22-Tampa, night. sleep well and do all of my work. If How many bones in the human thigh McGr SS P
October 26-Cedar Key, night. ever I feel weak again shall know Ope in each and ep they lie.one lot to a hole blokUIN
S2 where to get my strength. I know How many bones in the human knet n8,o000, upon which are paying
October 27--BrODn0, day. yourmedicine cured me."---M. SALIA Two in each. we can plainly s. now in operation 12 per cent. net
By cement between the State AIA AReMHow many bones in the ankle strong? W. McGrfl:
By arrangement between the State AWMro, CHABLMONT, MASs. Seven in each. but none is Iong.. OR SALE CHEAP-ON-Ir
and the First Congressional District h-pn now many bones in the bai of the foot? terest in the Long Grove
Committees, the State and Congres- The present Mrs. Pinkham's exper- rve in each, as the palms were pu. Sept. 14, 10.
signal speakers will meet together ence in treating female ills is unparal- How many bones in toes half a scoreT ORSAL--My residence on easy
onal speakers will meet together atleled; for years she worked side by Twentyeiht. and there are no mor F 16-tf]
the above named appointments. de in And now, if You reekon the bones on a slate, g AoR SA-As I wish to improve
the above named in ide withMrs. Lyd Pinkham, and They eount. ina body, two hundred and eight. -r ert offer for sale at a bargain,
The following distinguished speak- for sometime past has had sole charge Then we have in the human mouth too, on Clinton strett- W. D.
era, together with others, have been of the correspondence department of Teeth. upper and under, thirty and two. OR SALB-BGGS FROM FiVe
invited to participate in said cam- her great business, treating by letter And now ad then there a boe. I thinlr Vbest strain ofgames intheU
Tkbt form on a joint or to il up a chink, $I.00 per-settlng ofl3. Add~em Q
paign, and one or more of them will as many as a hundred thousand ailing A samoid bone. or wormain, we call, Mannington. Fla.
be present and address the people at women a year. All women who suffer now wemy rt.or we'e told them. FOB RE T, ,
each of said appointments: Honor- ei teto M-Se a R-ve room Ren ageN a
ables R. Maor at Lynn, Mass., for advice, which willJ unr e. Apply to -.
tables S. R. Mallory, J. P. Taliaferro, be promptnyogiven wit chou rge.. .... L R RENT SEVERALy-o-0c
W. S. Jennings, George P. Raney, be promptly iven wA man who finds no satict on SoulevE d St.
John A. Henderson, S. Pasco,- B. H. kept even a few years became largely hlmaelf seeks for It In vain elsewhere. Bobert McDougaii
Mays, W. H. Ellis, M. L Williams, deteriorated and lost much of Its pow-_____
A. W. Gilchrist, W. Hunt Harris, r of germination. Even grass seed
Fred. T. Myers, J. F. C. Grids, L. which have been buried at some depth s oWWrs
J. Reeves, C. B. Parkhill, A. C. the oll a v aels tghy sealed
J. Blounteeves, J .Emmet Wolfe, J. Ed. ailed to germinate after a dozen or I :lt- u
Blount, J. Emmet Wolfe, J. Ed. 5 years."--Chicago Chronicle. I yOU Will buy three
O'Brien, Nat. R. Walker, J. Walter
Kehoe, W. H. Malton, C.-L. Wilson, -- --A -*anm ms Unu.ar.
Thomas Palmer, W. A. Carter, F. M. "When a real Kansas blizzard, 11 .
Simonton, P. G. Wall, Peter 0. tarts," said a native of the state, "the V/croots
Knight, T. M. Shackleford, C. C. snow at first Is usually soft and fines *
Wilson, John B. Johnston, W. H. and comes down with an ominous
Reynolds, eferson B. Brown, R. Quiet. Then it increases in volume.S w l--ay yo W
Reynolds, lefferson B. Brown, R. H. and a wild wind hmurls it along. it is 0 and smoke them tO-day you will get
M. Davidson. blinding and enveloping, and, aside
All parties are cordially invited to. from being freezing cold, one cannot the greatCSt aBmo nt of Co fort and
attend. but lose his wae. The storm some- .
W. B. HENDERSON, times lasts two r three days. When satisfaction that CCntS Will buy in
Chairman. one of these blizzards comes up, the: t
Attest--P.G. WA, Secretary. farmerwho wants to get from hi a smoke, and get t three times over
farmhouse to the stable or milkbouse4 i a gett
takes a cord and starts for the stablei You haven't idea good
The English "Society for the pre- or mlkhouse, as t may be, even iny W good the
vention of Consumption" presided it is only 50 yards oft He seldom .*
over by the Prince of Wales, was re- makes it the first time, and the cor. are and rannot havp until you try them.O
cently addressed by Sir William is to keep him from getting lost an.o
Broadbent, who stated that it was wandering in the snow. Sometime Try three to-day ad of a 5cCc.cgar
definitely known that every case of the people stand Ir. the door and bea
consumption began with aerm co- tin can for a sgal to any one who T im-.fs iffion O Vi f "C r meal M
cm ptiat fon b omean w th a~ern .corn- may be out In the storm, but this is o' O
municated from some other case. little use, as the noise of the wind is yar. Ask your own r 3 for 5 cets.
There is no such thing as inherited great that it drdwns almost every o -
consumption. There may be local er sound. t* O I*aOI OI' e
weakness which tends to consump- "I know of a rase of a man who g
tion, but the germ has absolutely to lost going from is stable to the ho& -- W_-
be planted in.that weak spot before so swiftly and lindingly did the sto W. N. TAYLOR. Wx. C
consumption can ensue. This ought whirl down upon him. He stumble
to comfort thousands of people who over the entrance to a cyclone ce
have "weak chest" r "weaklungs" and crawled in there and dropped T AL O RH
They are not foreordajped victims The snow fell taster and faster a* 1 C H L
of this dread disease. All. that is buried the door so deeply that when t
needed to bid absolute defiance to was allended ind- he tried to open t
this deadly scourge, is to be able to he found it impossible. His fami y
strengthen h e weak lungs, and build searched the country around for hi
up a strong body. The answer to and it was not ntil the snow had me t-
upthisneed is found in Dr. Pierces ed and gone ad some one happen
a the lngs, wih i tn i. ner- to go into the cyclone cellar that se
d bteGolden Medical Biscovery. It s e was found thee. "-New Yofk Tributa B i Pa

blood supply, that diseaseity thrown cars .. erroe. Arcats c cus t
off, and the weak organgre nour- As to why once de Leon gave the *st
ished into perfect health, wbich defies name Florida to the territory JEw Ea
germs of every kind. Pele, given known by tat name, the Florida
up by doctors, emaciated,, bleeding Farmer and it Grower quotes efr an
at the lungs, with obstinate linger- nit thelname o Flordas bee1 as Speit
mg coughs, are being cured every rst seen in aster, called Pasqua de
day by the use of '"Golden Medical ores In the language of his country, BUIdBrS
Discovery." It is a strictly temper- or as Herrer alleges, because it was U
ance medicine containing no alcohol, covered with flowers and the most F I'Ha
whisky or other intoxicant, beautiful bl iom.** And The 1a m- B
LIMITS OF SEED VITALITY,. Easter se Ihn Florda and Ihe


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