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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 30, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Volume ID: VID00008
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL. XX, NO. 27


Adopted by State i
Committee Last


Capital Contest and Sta
Canvass Not to be
An important meeting
Democratic State Execu
initte was held in Jack.
Friday morning, afternoon
ing sessions being held.
ance was unusually large
51 members of the comm
piresent.- The most imp
of the meeting was the
upon the report of the s4
mittee selected at a pre
inig to formulate rules
tions to govern the pri
held to determine the St
location issue.
A doubt having recently
,,1he eligibility of lion.
as a candidate for PresidI
tor, on account of his beol
torney of Jacksonville. 31
order r to settle all doubt
his resignation as a ca
P'rsidenlltial Elector, aind
Ilillurin, of Palatka, an
;I clclcd to Jill the va-
T'lle following r.esolut
1yI lon. .1. '.tlimet Wolf
sn lia wai-s : dii)}'i, ( -"Ite'.ol ld. 'i liat the ch
c lhis c niii lil e, 1o 1;e '11
tlh cli. iin11111i. Le coiistitll
]JiiLTn ct nilillttee to rnana1
turs iertl:iiing to) the elet(
J1i(iniii(ies of the State Con
(ihairniian Frank Clark
aninouiiied who the five
ilcnlllers of the campaign
are to lie.
3Mr. Wolfe alo offered
ing resolution, M which was
resolveded That the v'
with are candidates fti
Capital site be allowed to
own campaign free from
this c(mmitt(e, and that
removal question shall n
cussed at. any meeting hel
aislpices of this committee
After several hours of
ditcu.sion, at the afternoon
ing sessions, the following
regulations for the go
primaries, weie adopted:
Whereas, The D)-moc
Convention, held in Jacks
ginning on the 19th day
D. 1900, in itsplatfor-.. uu
adopted, did declare and
the nomination of all can
office, both Slate and cou
United States Senators,
ity vote, in white Democ
ary elections, held unde
visions of law,. which shi
all possible pl)rottection 2g.
bribery, intimidation a
vicious influences, sauidl
lie unifoini and held thro
State on the same day
pledge the ]Democracy totl
of all laws to that end,
strucit the D(niocialtic Sta
tee to provide for and s]
the lholing of and declare
1liie ( Null. of sucli p)rimar
wh}i.rt vr it shall become
)\ .ild of teim, death, rs;
,,l; rwise, to elect or a
s.; I flicer; and,
Whereas, Said conv

1ik., ise crder and provide
questionon of the removal of
State government and tLhe
t-, the holding of a Cot
( oitiivtion should be seti
l white Ileiwocratic electo
Siic alt ipimary election
at the time of holding the
ti6ni. November 6, 1900,
ticipiated in only by white
whlo in said general elel
lave voted for the candida
(inj' ceratic State Conven
that Lie Democratic State (
,ail provide for the holdii
Iing4. ca-lvassing and cer
returns oi-- such primary

(Photugralihic view taken in August, 1900.)

executive -. Lee's Distinguished Represen-
eel. ; tative Opposes Removal


ffical's Old Democratic War Horse Tells How
ed Masses Feel on the Subject.
ot the .The TAAI sIASSE:EAX tinis sicere
lve Corn- ....*: 'i pleasure in presenting and comnincid-
nville last i to its readers, and to all the citi-
and even- ens and tax-payers of Florida, the
he aLted- sub joined extremely interesting and
48 of tle sensible communication from Iln.
tee being. F. A. Ilendry, representative front
nt work Lee county in the Flouida Lcgila-
Sion takenture, upon the State Capital location
ous meet- Of course every one know that
d regula- Captain oendry is one of FIorida's
ary to be .. oldest, best en lihltenei, ll inost
Le Capital sub stantial and c onservative citizens.
rThat quiet, unassiminil, li :t,!, i
arisen as ft-holore d entemtn ali .1 tiiti
.arrs was olee of tie pioneer SUte L-
itial Elec- t er fuil dev elo ineint f ie ni.isular
City At- a ida, and' whatever trnt
Unarrs, ll in er ity "nl of p ;ils L r flt*ri
tendered reati les' this StateC Iit\o is (ilt
idateci for n il n thcha1rr ttei ai t intile ll i ta t Jirl't in F l
Ilon. S. J.-.b u1tirei,, la,,rs ,f suc, (',,
aaltertiate, e wis -th l
,n offered ithfluntic atd rfsoeC. ce s a r r sad s c -o-
thof tPe o hecot ii t St: i State C
"-r-'he"..d+ti mr"d"e jy h i""s" ,
. bers ofJ I I. 1 l ll o fle o the ple,,. inrted bfo Ield ol i' l of ost :t 's le hl tiNC C'eti, ofi-. un

eapitaad A ,too a tbm ary Oteto arld onec teh anI'late for harbr em the aehe was a" lirii.l Sctenti 'is tin ;it.o of i St of (icir-
R a earn- ., -cl ,,- h ,<,.,,i,.les e ;l,,,,, (':,.1
Stall mat- -.tn_ I lelli ony's liible reic, ttti i ti. l r.
won of t ihe I ani ef active statetn< if the te ,e i'
enlion." t e t]nxi t.i( also aa. he -payers sd a i. (1 tond e ii i s tror. t
as not vet State Co 1n, ittee of bde l rtate of shal not he retoie have been noS u Married t COMI.n ear Ts- -S stet has ia : ai ,er st the Cal reo lls i-

and proI- forta ll ,1llo n l ect or wnioi-a int a-l o sit to l ot.tieo all: i si'ub- Of tm wao r more thaeyt iwa:,till t u ot hii ci;ifn sc h em(saiti le r is p io .i _
ppointive Florida h-reby call a ,primary elec- i e nated shall have tihe right to hvte rMr. iachard G. Porter and Miss u r it mha m .t sne Aiftln ICe tichi, scheirers, i the following l t-
lommitte tiote to beiheld in each county of tid for ots cindite for supervisor of ice, boti of Apalachicohl, the llleadi. s\ lv atttitfef or ae- te7 which w/ l re Iict will lnave o t lere--

riling tof ail7d to l he l et terf t os, d ander vtinde r t oe di- i( ag a nd t hat ofk A Apalchiof al leco e lSteate, at .hle polling place' in each lstrioti for his county. were quietly married a. higher ito ,er turers withise i ixo( c. ihit -of tii bet in- C ids iinl ii ece with the eut;;.
tie follow- election district, to settle the question Each such elector in tli.countiy of on Wiednesday, 22d, at the residece cnert e.. Crs any who tiiat i the ',linP ,ri-
idted: -of the re al hSttaEe vsca nia and in such oth er counties Ja h eof Mr. A. J. Key, a cousin of the let h attr ions
ious cities goveriandet and also ti c question as as timber cutodians and harbor mas bride, Rev. N. P. Quartermian, ofli- it Tall hassee ti., fall s winter, Ediiltor Tallahsea.n-Thel ff
ie State to the ii iig of a State hl nstitu- ters are lovidd hy law, shall have tng.. rovidin.r a lyce f e ers leih h ad Iv ,,, an t r
ake their, tiongal Co entioei d by. the win the right to vote for one candidates O'.ly the relatives and intimate can be oraized Il re-- ah ch her of h,,ur stit'. l > i(iv ta. ait) th-
aontrol of Democrat i electors of the State, for custodian of lost timber and lum- friends of the bride e witnessed the taking a ,ou,-, s(.,ll i.-,h t wth l.t l ul, t his .sti, ll" I 'len vl
c Capital and to nominate by majority vote tohe r, and one candidate for harbor ceremony, the marriage being a -4.00, tlhe :m111 t t1 o !6,1 as thle .,f tt Capital f the State i-r-
Sdis- the goveror endidates for all ap-maser of the-pt s' ed ~ ~'-let .one and only announced the attracting appear The ilrs iais wl time a ns ii a
under the pointive Sfate offices wherein vacan- county. ty before ceremony. Owing iear the lec t's d ert t t plec.itel. is : ust i
tep eies wil rs uy law occur during tihe Tihe voltint i stal d election shall to the nature of the cireniony, it is ate of "-25 entf teaoi. rasee rcd un the ei ,. a
tg next two ."arsb, and also candidates h) by 'allot prepared and usld in not hard to conjecture that there Neariv 100 cinit.-s .ad to,,'Vn.S have ,CNw, al.d very few, reckhle ait.
and even- for ali su( Iliele(nt'ive offices as it accordance with the rovisions he was more than the usidal amount o jcitd to s .T ilnia1 ,,l iS, ies t,, our 11 State -
iles and may alvl le will thenecessary to be stats uelect*in'law,msaid ballots-tobe rom0l anc1 be erected with tiret d in, Ithat IMr. -if,(V 'ill be :l.e T. "i ri as1 !. r
rIing of filled durig the next two .years,. printed and dis riouted nder the di- riage and that incorrigible o)an IC-.t." iitosi4t el T allAh'"seean" ill t0i the !,l fr the i'riivil ," tif
noninatiolns to fill which hllave noti rectiol lof thle Democratic Executinve pid has been takiniig an active inter- w.rk ofif smithiiern ie ratiurc a elu- ctil. There i ,t far
lie Stale, theretforh n iuceniiade; provided a iConinittees If the several counties, est in thi fortunes of the eoun cati,,nal adva cene 't. ts h'tu1i writer's khi lhi ('xtei.nI
ille, be- thatif o candidate receives a ma-nand on said ballots the names of the i people most concerned. Immedi- i Dic, a si glei ui,~ p a
June, A. jority vote! f,r any such ot.ce, thecitis to be voted for as a ately after the ceremony, the bride sher i f this it.''unty, cn t r n tin
nimously i two highles candidates shall be voted site for the State Capital and groom left upon the east bouna t f th el f ur Sti e alli
n-ainfrftalndthe S tedCapita lTldelie.- oiey, wheer-aed. toe lim p. Twtlayit 1ears ,f t
,viude for for at a ssequent primary to be shall first be laced in ahabe train for Atlantic cityv where theye be i for tire rrv:l f th ial un-
datend for heldcon 1e 4th ttov of December, order, followed, first, be Ctal a names (til remain)!or.El tseS cit k, anti na o -tt 1 i s t hEl in P oir 4 !- u : i:
.... -"l- deaise CapShetwas(a)'t iwUicietitiistr ,'
y,id eand of A.hlD., 4.d bytein- ofr the candidates for te an from thence they will vi-it. Niagar t eafuse o IwIas in t or he citwi, ,,i the i ,f t -
a major- Ictsaid liorimary election held No- county officers in alhatetical order, s Falls and the larger cities of th ,end I-___ -- 1 Fl

the pro- white ]ery i(jrahic elctors, wo, in a ,on.titutional Convgethierit all s myb- the aIth of October, where r they will -ielt Not. awohale.l' i. :.'.T h .'it ,n
provide said gsneai election, sheSat have stantially in conformity with the b il- le at home to tir friends. I T IaPOTANT NOTICE wm, "o lo.u-. t, hust u .i,
ist fraud, voted ft r the candidates of said lots used in the gen-ral election, C ard Tme bride w ds alettily attired in They w,,,Ill P,',i ,l t/e,,.s in thadtty t. blh ,," o i', ,'-.. n'i

nries to and n (hatseslfo, shall lca per- the poll, nanitr if voting ati and taffeta lk. iA n tin p i ll the coalreA c1i- t, vOtic thisir siert t ,,

nd didin- which te !hall ta\e voted in the *tate. wedded life.--Qiuiny lrali. W(;l at u. m."Tu.sdaJn, S-tntnar fhlv It e, i. l ;ill

tion did the State (Uipital; each such elector not less than lift (lays before the A 'tust 900. The deceased wasvounty hs onl democratic .1 istitim l .l,n .t
that the in the Statj shall have the right to (ate of said primary election, and a st of, '. The deceased was. voters the question propoundedl by co, situtial nn hn.t p i..i
he seat of vote for or against the calling of a the Chairman of the State Executive so i Mr. and i Mrs. Boxhorm of the Pensacola Newv- as to where tho fir such rth-(:tl th t In- k!. l
jestion as State Consitutional Conveionon; and Co ittee shall not e than thirt thi cit aand would have been four balance of the 5, titutional eachsuch lector small havethe right days before the date of said ar years of age in the coming October. come from is pertin1t. self into) (ivu : l i; nt :i
Sby the t o vote fo ron e andidate for adu- etion cer the d ate of saidIIe was buried in the Jewish Ceme- Surely they don', intend to stuff subject; turn on the seah igt.
d ofby the tantene and for one candidate for au- eltion, certify the names of sa tery in this city Sunday, August 2i6 the ballot box.-Flyida Index, Lake Your writer can ..e v.-ry pi
of the tant general and for one candidate cities and persons, together with all at 9 a. in. City, S-. that it is isilih t'e, a ),rai' -
Sbe held for State hmemist. necessary instructions to secure the Tis parents have the simpath ofi prary to style t e
tate elec- Each-suh elector in the Second, placing of said names correctly on the entire community in their sor- The effo Backrt t own. the Metropolis tan allahasse ie r
be par- Third, Fotirth and Seventh Judicial said ballots, to the chairman of the intre commu on therr sor- icThe effort to dray the Metropolis tha Tallahassee, a fo, a Dem-
emocrats Circuits, shall have the right to vote various county executive committees row into long-winded co itroversies about critic Legslat'ure to l l, a !
ion shall for one candidate for State Attorney in the State. Loyal Temperance Legion.. the removal will fil.-Jacksonille tion providing to so auSenil the ( 01-
Ds of said for his Juicial Circuit. Each such Persons desiring to become candi- The meetings will be suspended Metropolis, Aug. 2lh. stitution making it possible it, re-
ion, and. elector in 0Iuval, Escambia, Hillsbor- dates for appointment to any county during the month of September, but ridiculous assertion hon ubihingmby the primary; andtlcal to p -s'i tlet
mmittee ought, Ora 're and Volusia counties office shall cause their names, to- resumed in October, bein held as sily siulous assertions and publish re poibility and proban see also t
, return- shall havehe right to vote for one gether with a statement of their candi usual on the 2d ana 4th Thursdays, and then when conf-onted with facts l resolution being defeated by thi
lying of candidate for Judge of the Criminal dacy, to be filed with the chairman of the exercises beginning at 4:30 in- and figures back ononte ad oth fact.- pie at the general e t ollowin.
election; Court of Rcord for his county. the county executive committee at stead of 5:00 o'clock One of the Florida Index, b ak City, 8-4. o he truth t)f tihe whole business
SE.. ach. suh elector in Escambia, least twenty days before said primary meetings in August was varied byv londa Index, Lake Ct, 8-24. t r h s
-~i iri.~;.~. -. S, this Capital remo)valhsn' u


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ASW tr B oM taJi
4i 1 Sb sebch coaditlof. di o
B y 6, completely perform" wrt
Il T. Rorer of "Why I Am (
s od to Pies," in The Ladies' Ha
- '-Journal "The mothers of today mi
look more carefully to the building
: their bodies and brains than th
.mothers and grandmothers did.
S deed at the pace at which we
Mans are going we use our brains
':ul speed nearly all the time. W
man can build brain and brawn
. pies, layer cakes or preserves or
mother mass of material which from
very complexity requires labor
'time for digestion, drawing the bl
from the brain to the stomach du
Ilis working hours? Observe those
-eat their complex foods carelessly
&dastily and you wiji see at a gl
the conditions that necessitate a
plete rest every now and then, or
early nervous breakdown.
"In my close observation in the
20 years I find very few people in
common struggle for existence who
for any length of time eat carels
'complex foods. At 40 or 50 a man
perhaps have accumulated wealth,
not health, and of what earthly
the first without the second?
persons in the generation gone
%have eaten pies at least once a
but they have not hid meat three
a day, nor have they rushed at
pace. They gave more time to th,
gestion of the pie. People whor
mend these rich foods rarely know
thing of their complex conditions
still less of the complexity of
4*"~ "


Bottle Free to Sufferers


Deep-seated, obstinate cases, the
that have resisted dcvtore, hoL spi
an.l patent muEdicine treatlujiiL, qui
yield to B. B. B. (Botanic Blood B
thoroughly tested for 30 years. 1
you mucuous patches in the m<
Sore Throat? Eruption.? Eatiitg
Bone Pains? Itching Skin?- bw
Glands? Stiff Joints? Copper Co
Spots? Chancres? Ulceration on
Woody? Hair and eyebrows fall oun
-he Skin a mass of boils, .pimples
ulcers? Then this wonderful B.
specific will completely change
whole body into a clean, perfect
tion, free from eruptions, and
smooth with the glow of perfect
B. B. B. drains the poison out
-system so the symptoms cannot re
At the same time B. B. B. builds
broken down c6nstDtution and imp
* the digestion. So sufferers mar
B. B. B. a trial bottle will be given
free of charge. 0
B. B. B. for sale by druggists at
large bottle, or six large bottles
-treatment) $5. Complete dire
with each bottle. For trial bottle
dress Blood Balm Co 524 Mitchel
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble an<
medical advice given.

arotr vO one.
An English officer in Malta stJ
In riding to ask a native the way,
was answered by q shrug of t'ie i
ders and a "No speak English." "
"You're a fool then." said the
But the man knew enough
"Do you understand Maltese?
'No." "
'"Do you know Arabic?"
"No." *.
"Do you know Italian?"
]YDo you know Greek?"
"Then you four fools. I on! o
'Youth's Companion.

Am lereduloum Lawtzak
It is recalled that when the pro
eof the railroad up Mount Wa3hl
sought a charter from the New !
shire legislature one of the lawm
.Is his speech on the subject,
-*Give the fool permission; but he
as well ask for a railroad to the n
But the railroad is still running
Tip Top House.-Buffalo Com m

A married man says that I
should be like a roast lamb-tend
sweet, nicely dressed, but
!sauce.-Chicago News.

When a man approaches yc
begins telling how honest hu
your hands on your. pocketbook 1
ason Globe.

SToBe or
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That is the question that ~is es
natal* i whether it is better to be
nervous, own out, or to be st
cheerful and asefuL. The latter a
wlbe yours ifyou take Hood's -
.iiL, Amer&ca's Gredaesi Blood
.ihee is nothing equal to it.*

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I s met s4 Piti' Car- a
a t. 6*00 a. Im eay.
I ow* mn baby's & to I.
I e1rustly oad an otbe w 1bJ
have sicMy Wr eMMEd m
to try bottelad whate
asek will be. aMpwtfony,
Johases-'s StaS .

A Teat .of Aceuracy.
Drawing from memory is one of the
most difficult things in the world to do.
Even professional jtists find that they
must rely' largely -upon hasty jottings
made upon the splt as suggestions for
their pictures. TDe who are not art.
Ists -need to look leenly and closely at
What they wish to recollect, for they
must depend upeol their memory to
bring details btcek to them. It is an ex-
"ellent corrective f superficial observa-
tion to sketch a scene as we think we
saw It and afterward ,return to the
scene and take another view. It is a
training both in accuracy and humil-
Ity. for we learn how easy it is to de-
ceive ourselves as to what we have
remarked.-Florence Hull Winterburn
in Woman's Homt Companion.
She Got a New Palr.
Sarcasticus and. his wife were going
to the theater.
"Will you please go in and get my
goats off the dressing table?" said Mrs.

"Your goats?" !queried the puzzled
Sarcasticus. "Wiat angle have you
women got now?'!
"I'll show you'" snapped the wife,
and she sailed away and soon returned
putting on her gloves.
"Are those whet you mean? Why, I
call those kids."
"I used to," replied Mrs. Sarcastleus,
"but they are getting so old I am
ashamed to any longer."
Fie took tht hidt.-Pearson's Weekly.

"What's this?" exclaimed the young
husband, referring to the memorandum
she had given blin. "One dozen eggs,
one pound of raisins. a bottle of lemon
extract, a tin of ground cinnamon and
half a pound of sugar-what do you
want with all these things. Belinda?"
"I've got a stale loaf." replied the
young wife. "that I'm going to save
by working it up into a bread pudding.
I never let anything 'go to waste,
fenry."-L.ondon Fun.

What Not to Say.
Do not say, **I-an't eat." Take Hood's
Sarsaparilla and say, "I am hungry all
the time. and food never hurts me."
Never say to your friends that you are
as tired in the morning as at night. If
they happen to be sharp they will tell
you Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that tired
Do not say, "My face is full of pim-
plee." You are quite likely to be told by
some one, "There's no need of that, for
Hood's Sarsaparila cures pimples."
It is improper and unnecessary to say
"My healthis poor and my blood is bad.'
Hood's Sarsaparilla will give you good
blood, and good health will follow as a
natural consequence.

It Made Life One Lingering Honey-
moon For Mr Jones' Adviser.
"I would he quite happy if my hus-
band would not spend so much of his
time at his club," said Mrs. Jones, with
a sigh.
"Why don't you try the suspicion
cure?" said her intimate friend.
"What in the name of Susan B. An-
thony is the suspicion cure?" asked
Mrs. Johes in amazement.
"Well, my husband got in the habit
of spending his evenings at his club,
and I worried over it for some time be-
fore I hit upon a plan to keep him at
home. At first I pleaded with him,
telling him how lonely I was at home
when he was away, but he would only
laugh and promise to be home early,
which meant midnight or later. Then
I changed my tactics. Instead of ask-
ing him to remain at home I urged him
to go to his club. The way he raised
his eyebrows the first time I suggested
it showed me I was on the right tack,
and I resolved to keep it up. One night
when he came home for dinner he an-
nounced that he had a severe headache
and would .remain home for the even-
ing. I opposed the idea and pointed
out that an evening at his club would
cause him to forget his headache and
do it good. He gave me a hard look,
'but acted on the suggestion and left
for his club. Something told me that
he would be back within an hour, so I
made an elaborate toilet and waited
for him to return. He came home, as I
expected, with the plea that his head
was worse and that he couldn't stand
the noise at the club. I condoled with
him and ignored his question concern-
nf my elahntra tanllt nIa heam't

air neighbor of the thatched cot.
With glbire de Dijon clntered gab,
So star sweet, on from plot to plot
Thou trippest, like a nymph of fable.
So blithe thy smile, so soft thy tone,
Thy love so good a life to lead in,
rd fain" the hedge were overthrown
And our two gardens made one EdenI
But "Nol'" cries Wisdom. "Spare the fence,
The thorn, the ivy blackbirds nest in;
Leave something for the finer sense,
Some dream of joy to hope and rest in,
"Some glad surprise, some mystery
Of inconceivably sweet meaning!"
Wisdom s wise. My friend'and I -
Scarce press the topmost twigs by leaning.
-G. D. C. in Good Words.

The Sensation That Always Maket a
Man a Coward.
"Strange that we are always so cow-
ardly in nightmares," remarked a New
Orleans lawyer who has a taste for
the bizarre. "I don't believe anybody
ever lived who stood up and made a
square stand against the amorphous
horror that invariably pursues us in
such visions. When I have a night-
mare and the usual monster gets on
my trail, my blood turns to water, and
my conduct would disgrace a sheep. I
am beside myself with stark, down-
right fear. and I have no idea left in
'my head except to run like a rabbit.
All pride, self respect, dread of ridicule
and even the instinct of self defense
are scattered to the winds, and I be-
lieve, honestly. I would be capable o1
any infamy in order to escape. I have
no hesitation in confessing this, be-
cause, as far as I have been able to
find out, everybody acts exactly the
same way in the throes of nightmare,
and I feel certain I would not make
such a pitiable spectacle of myself in
real life, no matter what might befall.
"I think that the explanation of the
nightmare panic is to be found in the
fact that the dream is almost invari-
ably accompanied by a sense of suffo-
cation. It is well established that
choking-the 'shutting off of one's
wind,' to use a homely phrase-has an
effect upod the mind which is.entirely
distinct and different from that pro-
duced by any other form of pain or
Deril. It fills the victim with. such hor-
ror and distraction that he is for the
moment Insane. Hle will do anything
to get relief. This has been brought
out on more than one occasion in the
defense of men who have been choked
and killed their assailants, and judges
have held that .the circumstances of
such an attack should be given special
consideration as extenuating the deed.
In dreams the entire nervous system is
relaxed, and it is natural to suppose
that the mental effect of suffocation
would be intensified. At least, that is
the best apology I have to offer for my
sprints through nightmare land."-New
Orleans Times-Democrat.
Habit In a Horse's Work.
"When I retired from the contract-
ing business a short time ago," said a
well known man, "I had a number of
, horses that I was anxious to dispose
of. Among them was one named Jer-
ry, which for several years had been
used to working on a drum. In such
work a horse becomes accustomed to
lifting his feet high to avoid striking
the hoisting ropes. When the horses
were put under the hammer, Jerry
went to a Harlem grocer.
"About a week later the purchaser
of Jerry called at my house and told
me that he had a lot of trouble with
the horses He said that Jerry would
go a short distance, when he would
stop short and lift his feet high, and
after doing this would go a little far-
ther, only to repeat it again. I told the
grocer why the horse stopped short
and lifted his feet and also advised
him to look up some contractor and
sell the animal to him for hoisting pur-
poses. He did so, notifying me thathe
received a larger price than he paid
me for the horse."-New York Sun.
How He Got It.

In one of Chauncey M. Depew's
stories he told of meeting a man as
funny as himself.
"One day," said Mr. Depew, "I met
a soldier who had been wounded in the
face. He was a Union man, and I
asked him in which battle he had been
"'In the last battle of Bull Run, sir.'
he replied.
S 'But how could you get hit in the
face at Bull Run?' I asked.
"'Well. sir.' said the man. half apol-
ogetically. 'after I had run a mile or
two I got careless and looked back.'"

"Home is tlhe <1; ;i' -:.; p! on earth,"
remarked P.i' ',ns to Willkins.
"Yes." replied Wi!kins. "that's why
we quit housoakoping and went to
board."-Columbus (0.) State Journal.

That two men may be real friends,
they must have opposite opinions, simi-
lar principles, and different loves and

Hall's Great Diseovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes, gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men
and womnen. reunlates bladder troubles


State and Cogressibaedl Speakers Wig
Unite in Both Dtrics.
September 3-Miami, night.
September 4-West Palm Beach,
September 5-T
September 6-Daytona, day.
September 7--St. Augustine,
night. I
September 8-Fernandina, night.
September 10-Macclenny, day.
September 11-Lake City, day.
September 12- Jasper, day.
September 13-Live Oak, day.
September 14--Madison, day.
September 15-Milton, day.
September 17-Pensacola, night.
September 18--DeFuniak, day.
September i8-Millian, 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-iCarrabelle, day.
(Party will divide both meetings).
September 8-Crawfordville,
day. (Party will divide both meet-
September 29-,Tallahassee, day.
October 1-Mohticello, day.
October 2-Perry, day.
October 3-Ma4'o, day.
October 5-Lake Butler, day.
October 6-Gaibesville, day.
October 8-Oc4la, day.
October P-Lesburg, day.
October 9-W dwood, day.
October 9-Oriando, night.
October 10-K ssimmee, day.
October 10-4L keland, night.
October 11 -B irtow, day.
October 12-A 'cadia, day.
October 13-F')rt Myers, night.
October 16-B ooksville, day.
October 17-Ii verness, day.
October 18-1jde City, day.
October 20-Ney West, night.
October 22-P aideutown, day.
October 22--Tampa, night.
October 2~;-1-eLand, night.
October 24-.lilatka, day.
October 25-Green Cove Springs,
October 26-(edar Keys, night.
October 27-14ronson, dlay.
October .: 1--J.cksonville, night.

A flinister's Good Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious colic,
got a bottle of ;Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera Diarrhoea% Remedy, took two
doses and was entirely cured." says Rev.
A. A. Power, of ]mporia, Kan. "My
neighbor across te 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 an. was en-
tirely cured." For sale by Wight &
BIro. and all medicine dealers.

Dress Well
It is not enough that people shall be
clad; they must be dressed. "Costly
thy habit as thy purse can buy," was
the advice of Polonius to his son;
"rich, but not gaudy, for the apparel

oft proclaims the man," and the advice
is just as good today as It was 800
years ago,


Itl Coming is Looked Forward to
With Both Joy bnld Far and its
Safe Arrival Is Hailed With
Pride and Delight by All

The arrival of the first baby in the
household is the happiest and most im-
portant event of married life. The young
wife who is to become a mother delightT
to think of the happiness in store forher
when the little one shall nestle upon bar
beast and latterly she shall her it _l
the sweMt and hy name, "mother.
But her happy anticipation quick van-
ish' n she mrealizeesthe terri pain
and. affeing through which she must
pass while brining the little one into
the wor. An 4e befear of the
dan er attendant the ordeal oon
dissipates her joyfuls.
Thosauns of women ha learned
by eper iee that there is utely
no necessity for the sufferings which at-
tend child-birth; they know that by
the use of "Mother's Fied"-a scien-
tif linimmet-for a few weeks before
the trying or, 't mothers am
so pre nr t e vfor the final
hour the pain and suffering of the
dreatdel Aeant are entirelyv obviated and


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e Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
jn uae for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
Sand has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
/Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits,'Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex-
periments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.


astoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregor-e, Drops
Sand Soothing Syr-ups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fevetishness. It cures Diarrheea and Wind
SColic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency.- It ussimilates the Food, regulates the
8 .amach and B wels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
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years. The best physicians of Mobile and this
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My limbs were a mass of ulcers, and when I
was sent to a physician In Mobile my entire
body was a mss of sores. I had given up all
hope, and as a last resort tried P.P. P., and
after using four bottles (small sise), the sores
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A.-k; 7" .'M. abbth boolt.
p i'er Meeting, Wednesday at 7:t
PmRrTTXBIAn CUocRH, Bev.8. L.
Pastor. service will be held regta
Sunday at1100 A. M. and.W u P.
free and the public cordially In
tend. Sunday school_ at100 A. M
Meeting. Wedn, 70 r .. U.
tian Endeavor Meeting. 330 P. M., 8
pastor. Preaching at U a. m.
every Sunday. sunday School at
Prayer Meetang Wednesday 7 p. m.
welcome is extended to all.
Carter, Pastor. Services: Pr:eachw
Sunday-- rA.M.; 7T:auP. Friday ev
oes at 7:30 P. M. Sunday School a
tor. seryice* High Mam and Sermon
Latt ehmWd 1P Ntftr 11n 11O
tio.kP.M. *
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times at cost prices aL The TAT
C.M. E. Church itlids) S<-ooleat
protessorJ G. Riley Superintendent,
g ig t 3 p.m. and p.m.
r rayer Meeting Tuesday night.
ing Thursday night. F. Baxao,
tore of the Lblorary Association h
meetingson the third Friday evenan
month at 8 m. at the libran.
Those who are interested In -th
ence will be welcomed at the re
- W.C.Lewis, where thesereei w
Sunday at lv30 a.m.. ednesdays at
ar- Regular meetings of LBo.L
t, are held every TU.ea venl
Lodge Room, at S oWcloclk All ii
good stauig are tuvited to attend.
w. L., MoINTObHB, J.
R. L. COLaUS, t. b.
XCAM iT .--Heu"mar eengM
.ILSLA ENO UePMXT No 2. are held
and third Thursday Eventngs o esa
at their Lodge Room, at 8 oloek.
archs in goodstanding arein dto
W. H. CaACTr. Scribe.
Tailaaee Lodge, No. aas. m
and fourth Thursday eveningsot eo
at Masonic Hall. LBR
W. H. CHANCrY. Reporter.
Cicero lodge No.-I K.o-'P.e a
Thursday evening. I. Castle Hall
Knight ar cordially iv tid to atte
,.s .C. CRAW ti 1
J. F. HILL, K. of kL 8.
(B. S of the E.)
Holds its meeting every Wedne
ing at eight o' clock, at its Lodge
,talrs. one door east of the annex of
House. All members of the OlTer
Standing are cordially invited to attend
Toe regular convocaton of Flort
Chapter No. 1, will be held on the Se
Fourth Mondays of each month at
p .W. M. McINTOs SR., 8e<
W Regular meeTngs of JAASO
No. 1, are held on the stand third
into each month, at 8 o'clock, P. .e
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When You Buy Dollies.
A father was commissioned by his
small daughter to buy a dozen-little
bisque dolls. Her instructions were so
mady and so detailed that the father
found himself hesitating to perform
the commission.
"See here, Ethel," he said at last,
"I'm afraid I'll make some awful mis-
take. Don't you think you'd better
wait until your cold is better, and then
you can go into town some day with
mamma and pick out the doll babies
for yourself ?" :
"Oh. no, papa," cried Ethel, "I do so
want them right off. And, papa. I'll
tell you how to6 choose them. Just pick
each one up and look straight into its
eyes, and if It looks at you as if It
really and truly loved you, why, you
buy It"-New York Sun.

Why, ladeedt
Waitress Roastbeefmuttonreast-
Customer-R'm. Are not these things
still in separate dishes?
"Then why do you announce them
as if they had already been made into
hash?'--Ipdianapolis Press.

Philosophy is an extremely agreeable
companion to people in easy circum-
stances.-Brooklyn Life.

For Over fifty ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
,een used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success., Itsoothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wiad colic, and is the best
remedy for d-arrhoea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggits in every part-of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
mire and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.
Heavy Load4 Carried by Italiasu
Through |ew York's Streets.
It is no uncommon sight to see Ital-
ian women walking along the streets
balancing burdens on their heads that
the average men would prefer to have
sent home on a truck. A few days ago
one of these women passed through
City Hall parl. On her head she was
carrying what appeared to be the en-
tire woodwor from the interior of
some house. he bundle was made up
of eight pieces of hard wood, the short-
est being fully12 feet in length. Each
piece was six inches in width and an
inch thick. Tte woman steadied this
burden with one hand, while in the
other she carried what one would con-
sider f. good load for one person In
the shape of a bundle of shorter pieces
of wood.
As she turned into Center street, near
Chambers, the end of the load of lum-,
ber on her held came in contact with
the head of a man who was going in
the opposite Oirection. In order to
prevent hitting him too hard the wom-
an tried to tury to one side, and as she
did so her burden fell to the walk. In
vain she tried to replace it on her head.
At last two nien took hold of it, one
at each end. They found that even
their combined! strength was just suffi-
cient to lift it! up and place it on the
woman's head again. When the wood
was finally ad usted in a proper posi-
tion the womai picked up her smaller
bundle and started up Center street-
New York Tines.

They Are Intended Particularly For
MIembers and Other Persons Who'
Violate Parliament's Own Dignity.
Rules and Customs.
Few persons are aware that Eng-

land's parliaznent has its own special
prisons within its own precincts which I
are intended particularly for its own
members and persons who violate its
own dignity, rules and customs. Of
course these prisons seldom are used
now. but they have been in the past,
and not so very long ago, and may be
again. The house of commons has
one set and the house of lords another.
The commons prison is a little way
up in the Clock '.'ower. Here are two
sets of prisons, intended only for the
accommodation of one prisoner each,
one set being a little higher up in the
tower than the other. Each set con-
sists of a sitting room and two bed-
rooms, the former being a nice, com-
fortable room about three by five
yards, with a neat carpet and chairs
good enough for anybody. The extra
bedroom is not Intended for the pris-
oner or for any friends whom he might
desire to put up for the night, but is
the sleeping apartment of the official
who looks after him during his Incar-
ceration. This man is usually the su-
pervisor of badge messengers, and, be-
sides looking after his man, he is also
his servan. tor the time being, and
waits upon him Just like any other.
He never need worry himself much
upon the question of the possibilities of
the prisoner's escape, for the sergeant-
at-arms is responsible, and inasmuch
as the only way of getting to and from
the prison is by way of this sergeant's
house and through it, the risk of such
a thing ever happening is practically

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

While he is there the prison. "'i
has a good time. No restrictions as bt
hours are placed upon him, and he may
rouse himself from his slumbers Just
when be feels most inclined and return
to them in the same way. Practically
the only thing he cannot do is to walk
about outside just as he pleases, but he
is permitted to take an hour and a
half's exercise each morning and an.
hour in the afternoon on the terrace
of the house, and the terrace, broad
and long and with its splendid outlook-
upon the river, is by no means a bad
place to take exercise. If he were left
entirely unguarded, the prisoner might
dive into the river and swim away, or,
what would be simpler, hail a passing
boaL So. just for precaution's sake, a
couple of officers accompany him
while he takes these breaths of fresh
lHe goes on Sunday to the church In
Vincent square. and on these occasions
also be has a couple of innocent looking
Moreover, there is no question of so
many ounces of bread and meat, but if
he has the money to pay for It he may
feed himself upon the choicest viands
that the most cultured palate could
suggest. The house of commons has a
first class restaurant, where the hungry
M. P. may dine as well as he could any-
where in London. Each day the dishes
which the kitchen has prepared are
indicated on a menu which is brought
up to the prisoner, and he ticks off any-
1 thing for which he feels a fancy, and
It is brought to him. The only draw-
I back from his point of view is that the
!bill is presented to him Just as It would
be anywhere else, and in the event of
his refusing to pay up he would eventu-
Ially be served with a court summons.



Br. hauay

Treath A Disease.

Jis Nethed iaariably Cares All
Catarrhal, Brochial, Lng, Stem-
ash, Liver, Kidney mad Other b m-
plaints, as We All DiseM
and Weaknbsses of Women.
S In r. Hathaway's man
extensive practice, con
ering a period of morn
tlanMe years.hehas be
Bcalled upon to treat all
manner of diseases of
S, men and women and
along the whole line of
human ailments he has
been uniformly sue-
l Dr. Hathaway's me-
tiiod of treatment gets
directly at the seat of
prii:Bes the trouble., urifies the blood
Mee Bla-. tones up the v .hole system and
Uhe Biol. neutralizes ti;e i6oisons which
produce the diseased ccndit io;i
All.. Year" h., stores to perfect
as he!Walta tl';*usIInds of sufferers-
Treated, from -aarrh, Tronchltis. As
thma, Hay Fever, Liing rotplaints. Stomach
Liver and Kidney Diseases. Piles. Tumors. Can
cers. Eczema and all manner of skin affections.
miseasesen Dr. Hathaway also treats with
Weas"O the greatest s'lcc-ess all those
Wone1, many distressing weaknesses and
diseases by which so man women are afflicted.
estri4 l Dr. Hathaway's offices are fitted
a with all the latest electrical and
Appflmoes. other appliances, in the use of
which, as well as the microscope, ne has world-
wide fame as an expert. AU of the medicnes
used by Dr. Hathaway are compounded in his
own -aboratortes, under his personal direction,
and special remedies are prepared for each In-
dividual case according to Its requirements.
I mialaam Ir. Hathaway has prepared a
._ series of self-examilnation blanks
m-an. aphlyingto thedlfferent dismme
which he sends fre on application: No. l, for
Men; No.2,for Woeien; No. a,forSkinDiseases;
No. 4, for Catarrhal Diseases; No. 5 for Kidneys.
e...... Dr.Hathawaymakesnoeharge
a" a"_-"t for consultation at etther his
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Dr. Hathaway a Co.,
25 Bryan Street. Savannah, Ga.
Ainoug nme occupants or the Clock
Tower have been the late Charles
Bradlaugh. who found himself con-
signed thither on account of a little
difference with Mr. Speaker on the
subject of the parliamentary oath.
When Northampton returned Mr. Brad-
laugh to parliament. he was not allow-
ed to take the oath nor the substituted
process known as affirmation. Mr.
Bradlaugh. however, secured a New
Testament and took a self administer-
ed oath. after which he proceeded to
the next step of signing the rolL He
refused to withdraw when the speaker
requested him to do so. and conse-
quently the sergeant-at-arms took
charge of him. and to the Clock Tower
prison he went.
When the erection of the Tower
bridge was being considered, a state-
ment was made that the Tower bridge
bill committee was subject to bribery
and corruption-a serious charge. Two
men responsible for it were pronounced
to have committed a breach of privi-
lege. for the house is very sensitive
upon such matters, and the speaker is-
sued a summons for their appearance.
One of them. Mr. Ward, gave himself
up without delay, and he got seven
days in the Clock Tower prison. The
other offender, after a little delay, was
captured and was for a brief period
housed at.Newgate.
The first M. P. imprisoned In thi
present house of commons was W.
Smith O'Brien. One day in 1S46 he
committed contempt of the house by
declining to sit upon a (certain commit-
tee. Consequently be was sent to pris-
on during the few weeks tjat the com-
mittee deliberated. This time. how.-
ever, be was not sent to the Clock
Tower prison, which was not finished,
but did his durance in the cellar of the
A Scotch Custom.
In many parts of Scotland it used to
be the custom to place on a man's
tombstone the symbols of his trade.
Thus a sugar cane would decorate the
grave of a grocer; an as and saw, with
hammer and nails, would be found on
that of a carpenter, an awl and a ham-
mer on a shoemaker's grave, and so on.

The sorrow of yesterday is as noth-

ing; that of today Is bearable; but that
of tomorrow is gigantic, because in-

A Little Off.
"My necktie is disarranged," Sher-
lock Holmes, Jr., suddenly exclaimed.
His companion looked at him and
"How do you know? You haven't
felt of it, and there is no mirror here
that you could have looked into. Some-
times, Mr. Holmes, I am almost forced,
in spite of your declarations that you
do these wonderful things by reason-
able, human processes, to believe that
you must be gifted with second sight
Now what has convinced you that your
necktie is disarranged?"
"I noticed a man look at my tie just
now and then feel of his own," the
great detective answered.
"Wonderful! Wonderful! Only your
tie is all right"-Chicago Times-Her-
ald. 0
... = by the Hour.
When Remenyl, the famous violinist,
was a young man, he was engaged by
a parvenu to play at' a dinner, the
agreement stating that he was to fur-
nish music from 8 o'clock to 11. HE
began with an andante movement from

ture to say meanly, -a:
share expenses with
Pleasures we should o
them. The comnuercia
rampant in us in thi
One almost dreads to
ivust be sacrificed to
be the home life and ti
Ipother of the next get

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A Family Nedseie Chest.
A family medicine chest for ten cento
In a pretty litti" enameled metal b"
you have the means of keeping the
whole family healthy, from baby to good
old grand-pa. Go to your drulist &ad
get a bex of Cascarets Candy Cathatio
for ten cents, and see that you always
have them in the house. Colic, rck
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, leeples-
ness, worms and nearly every other ail-
ment are cured by sore form of con-
stipation and in that little box you havm
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 and
keep you welL We recommend Casca-
rets to all our readers,

The Largest anu lost Compiofe.

S Establitment Soutl,


His Way of Makl s a Carpet Bar-
gain While Lins lfe Was Away.
"I want both my 'upper and lower
halls recarpeted." 'as the remark
Charles J. Jones of tIst Walnut Hills
made to a xnell kriwn carpet man.
"And I'm going to (nove out of the
I house until you finish the work! I'll
leave the choice a d color to you!
My wife is out of totn, you see, and I
want to surprise heriupon her return.
There is only one co lltion to this bar-
gain-1 must ask y"p, as we are old
friends, to give me a" mall figure in the
carpet." '
"All right!" said tile carpet man.
And Charles Jone4 staid away from
home for two days, while the carpet
man's hirelings bang4A away with their
hammers, and he hu4ged himself as he.
thought of the surprise that was in
store for his wife w"ien she returned.
Last Thursday the r(trpet man called
Jones up by telephoAi and announced
that the carpet was lild.
"It's a dark gree.-n' said the carpet
"I'm glad of that!" answered Jones.
"And as small a figure as is consist-
ent with the carpet!" roared the erpet
"I'm gladder than ever!" said Jones.
That evening he visited his home and
1was s-:tisfied that the carpet was a
e ach. Th a;int man.
"I'::.v :. 'uch do I owe you?" inquired

S- -:" .".0.." said the carpet dealer.
"'. '::. yelled Jones. "Where's
te : .a'l figure you and I agreed on?"
*'V !':y. on the border of the carpet!"
n'd t', minaz(d dealer. "It's a morning
.:- \ ie with pink nd white flowers!
; -.' git a bargain at that figure!"-
P"i:,!*,lhia InquireL

n5llsh Hontesses Aeeused of Being
Perpetual G&dabouts.
Slowly. lout surely the pride' the
English hostesses to1- in their home;
n their reputation for hospitality and
An their ability to plan pleasant little
entertainments for th6ir friends is pass-
ing away. The smart young hostess no
longer cares to wel >me her guests
among her Lares and Penates; it is no
longer her earnest de re to display her
housewifely genius; longer her am-
bition to shine as a lever little wom-
an who so thoroughly understands just
What every one likes.
There are too many rons in society's
ire to look after nowIdays for her to
fritter away time in tlis fashion. More,
over, people want I essant novelty;
they are bored with e'en good menus,
they tire of certain surroundings, they
must have everything a little in ad-
vance, and as little as possible like any-
thing that obtained a decade, to say
nothing of two decades, ago. Thus it
Is we rush with our friends in unhome-
like fashion from restaurant to restau-
rant, like bona fide travelers; thus it is
we inhospitably, one night almost ven-

k our friends to
us ir the little
ice have offered
I spirit is indeed
advanced age.
thinkk what next
t avd what will
c English house-


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Regularly chartered under act of Illinois
Legislature. Capital (fully paid) *100.000,
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Private rams for -ratlents with faclities
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Liver troubles quickly result in serious
complications, and the man who neglects his
liver has little regard for health. A bottle
of Browns' Iron Bitters taken now and ther-
will keep the liver in perfect order. If the
disease has developed, Browns' Iron Bitters
will cure it permanently. Strength andc
vitality will .always follow its use.
Browns' iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.

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Book " Patents"
Charges moderate. Nofeetill patent is secured. 4*
Letters strictly confidential. Address,
E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer. Washington, D. C.

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years, certify, after an exami a
recently,made, that the fo'un
has suffered no deterioration a
part thereof has required repair
ing the term of years which the h
known the structure.
A glaring misstatement of
the allegation that "creosote fl
have to be put down consta
what was originally the cellar f
,building," etc. To begin wit t
never was Aiy cellar in the
Capitol. There is a basemen f
the rooms of which, being lig ,
airy : nd healthy, are used by e
of the administrative depa
and by the Adjutant-Gene .
the north end of the buil n
foundation of this basement i-
three feet belowthe ground ua
while at the south end the it o
basement is more than a fo a
the surface of the ground. I
soted floor has ever been -
any part of the present Capi 1.
Again, it is said that the o
the' Senate Chamber "notice l
with instability." Were thi s
plastering over the Supre
Room would be cracked or k
the Court Room is. immed
der the Senate Chamber. a
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In their zeal to establish some
reason in favor of Capital re i
the advocates of that scheme
misstated the facts concerning
present Capitol building.
massive building was constr
.in the most substantial and du
manner, and is today as safe
sound as when originally built.
outer and inner walls, from the
nation to the roof, are of solid
each office, or room, being surro
by brick walls as completely
separate brick building, and th
tire building made practically
In this building there is n
think as "underpinning;" non<
ing needed for a house hav
broad solid brick foundation
course, if there is no "underpi i
it cannot be deterioratingg"
leged. Several architects and
tical builders, who have been fa
with the Capitol building for











ct is
ly in
g th(
f th<
ced ii

)or o
o, th
en, a
ly un
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each session.
The State C emist's laboratory is
very properly ocated in a building
separate from the Capitol proper.
The acid fumes generally objection-
able and noxious, daily generated in
the laboratory, would make that
bureau, if located in the main build-
ing, a decided nuisance to all the
other officials in the building, and
form a serious impediment to the
proper performance of the work of
the departments.
There is nota single book belong-
ing to the judicial library to be found
anywhere in the building except in
the Supreme courtt room and in the
consultation rooms of the Justices
where they a-e carefully kept and
preserved in excellent condition.
The railroad commission had its of-
, fice ip the bLilding for nearly two
1 years, but pre erred to occupy apart-
s ments in a quiet place where their
t deliberations will be undisturbed.
e The office wied by the Attorney-
t General is thirteen by eighteen feet
3, and ample fop his use.
e The increase of accommodations
e contemplated by the bill introduced
- at the last ,session of the legis-
n lature was |for the convenience
and luxury *f the legislators, their
f needs being already -supplied to the.
s satisfaction of members ever since
e the building has been used. If this
t were not so these additional luxuries
1" spoken of would have been ordered
- by the legislature long ago.
e The arguments being used in favor
%f ." .

vote for the removal of Florida's
seat of government from Tallahassee
to that city. lion. Frank Clark, who
appears to be leading the movement
in behalf of Jacksonville, fired the
opening gun at DeLand, where he
presented the other day a carefully
prepared argument to show that his
city is the only logical site for the
Florida State house. In brief, Mr.
Clark's arguments in favor of Jack-
s. mnville are its accessibility
its ability to furnish
the necessary conveniences and
facilities for the transaction of the
State's business, its offer of $100.00
in cash toward the new building, be-
sides other considerations in the way
of temporary quarters, and the fact
that Duval county pays about one-
tenth of the State's taxes.
Mr. Clark also called attention at
some length to the present condition
of Florida's Capitol which stands to-
day practically as it was constructed
by the Federal government in terri-
torial days. It may be far from ad-
equate for the accommodation of the
State's officials, and the storage of
the State's valuable records. The
fact, however, that the Legislature
has not seen fit to add to and im-
prove the building, is not an argu-
ment against Tallahassee. As a
matter of fact as good a building
can be constructed in Tallahassee as
in Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala,
or any of the other candidates for
the seat of government.
As to accessibility, some of the other
candidates for the Capitol may enter
the debate with Jacksonville. Here-
tofore, however, there has been no
complaint of the inaccessibility of
Tallahassee except from the north-
eastern part of the State, arid the
legislators from extreme Southern
SF'lorida have not appeared averse to
aniflf tlh 'Pr h nnri an "-

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diately below wduld be cracked or lation, while that of Leon county for
broken. the same period was only 7.09. The
The suggestion that the want of death rate of none of the counties in
more committee rboms for use of the the State during the year 1899 with
legislators during a sixty days' session one 'exception approached the ex-
every -two years is responsible for tremely high death rate of Duval
the "muddled corjdition of the legis- county. In addition to the unhealth-
tation," is a reflection upon the intel- fulness of Jacksonville, which is.
ligent and patriotic citizens of Flor- conclusively shown by the above
ida who have been members of the mentioned o Health Report,
Legislature. During the entire his- as the population of Duval
tory of the State all the committee county, is largely in the city of
rooms needed by legislators have Jacksonville, this city is subject to
been furnished to them without cost recurrent epidemics of the dread
to the State. RIf the Legislature scourge, yellow fever. The last
should at any time desire more comi- epidemic, that of 18XS, is still fresh
mittee rooms they are readily acces- in the minds of the people. During
sible and obtainable on demand at the time of the prevalence of the
very small cost| Legislative corn- epidemic, which lasted for several
mittees have not-been noted for hes- months, business' was paralyzed and
itating about wl1at they needed or the city almost depopulated.
wanted, and in "the past tiey have Tallahassee 'is not liable to epi-
not wanted mnor6 committee rooms demiics of yellow fever and is fa-
than they have 'found at their dis- mouse for its healthfulness. Would
posal, otherwise they would very it be wise to locate the Capital
soon have ordered them to be pro. permanently in a city so liable to
vided, for theri always have been epidemics as Jacksonville, a place
and are now plenty of rooms availa- where the State officials would, during
ble for such use.- the prevalence of yellow fever, either
It is difficult ito understand why be forced to remove their offices to
the State officials should be criticized another place, thereby causing great
for utilizing, to the State's advantage, inconvenience for an indefinite
all -the space in the present Capital. period in the transaction of tile
The rooms were built to be used, not State's business, or remain and run
to lie empty, anr the officials deserve the risk of leath from yellow fever?
credit, not criticism, for using them JACKSONVILLE'S REAL OBJECT.
for the transaction of the peopleCs The city of Jacksonville has beenI
public busine. The pertinent assiduously laboring for weeks and
question is: Hllve the several de- months to convince the tax-pavers of
apartments sufficient room and ac-loria tha te tin of the
commodations or tihe proper per- Capital., question was legun anl( ccon-
formance of thbir work. The con- tinuedl solely because the Ibest inter-
clusive and indisputable answer to ests of the State deman,'ed a change
this question Is found in the fact in the location of the Capital. The
that not a single State official is corn-t to double
teurpoplaining of inssoflitticeelltt room or o- ouble
planinig of imnsmmlcient room or. ac- the State's indebtedniesS and deprive
commodaions i.n tPhe present Stae the agricultural masses of the means
House. Nor Lave the citizns of with which they are accustome t
Florida whi hmhave business dealings supply the daily wants of their fani-
with the departments complained of lies, hs be confessed over the sig-
any lack of promptness and etfi-
a ny lac jn ptnerteir fand natures of the Finance committeee of
ciency in the manner their affairs are the Jacksonville Capital Association.
handled in this Capitol. In a circular letter, which ias be en
The building utilized for the-laho- distributed amnio the tax-payers of
ratory of the State Chemist is ad. Dual ou this ittee sas:
mirably adopted< for his use, consist- "We trusL that it is unnecessary to
ing of one largf commodious room remind you that this is a purely busi-
for the work of analysis, and another matter, inaurirated and pursued
somewhat stmdSlier for weighing primarily for the purpose (if advance
room and office. ing Jacksonville's best inler-st.'
This is a substantial brick building -----
with an attic covered with a metal As o others le It.
,Jacksonville now has her orators
roof and as tlhis is dry and airy is out on spellbinding tours for the pur-
utilized f.r stowing Journals of thie pose of trying to demonstrate to the
Legislature whi:h are left over after people of the State why thev should

mire'e duty than anoitler, hy tile .lack- *-.-"'r .S ...t 5 it
sonville politicians in th-ir efforts to r "r .j ( milt's.
saddle a dollars on Itle lax pavers to mov lth 1 m 10 does Tall.,hasse'-es lack of this
Cap',1ital to .1J .kso eVille, it i, the w.,rd i '5 miles of "accessihilitv" cost the
"acces-iliilitv." tax--payers .? Let's see. There is ,iS5
Every time th:!t thle. ,cltry, lwhoi niiles mo i-e of w'leate .to ibe paid to
are willing for the tax-payers of legislators at Talaihiasive, than would
Florida to he luir-:Ie(t tot( death wit lhe p:aid to tlhcni if the Capital were
taxation ina orler tha their irsoi:l ati Jackso.nville. At ten cents a
vanity may be r'ratiticed, opens their iile this n:mlioult's to eiglty-eight ldol-
mon)u h on tlhe suiject of (Capital re- 1lrs and fifty cents "it &very session i
mnoval, they %!re sure to bring in the of the Legislatute. The Legislature
argument of -aiccessibilitv." eCet" but once in two years, hence,
It was said of the pied. piper of tue cost is thirtv-f*eei" dollars an'l
Hamlin that, twenty-five cents a year, conse-
"The only tune lie could play q9uently, .acks, ville's- -.cessillity"
Was over the hills an-d far away," is worth only thirty four d(llar.s and
and it can be truthfully lie said of twltv-ive cents a year.
these Jacksonville, lawyer-politicians, i d't to save the pitiful sum of
who are anxious for the toilers and .44.25 we are seriously asked to
l J Tcrtf. ifir r iflf t i t t Lb tq o L d '1 -

otpures s o 0ur La ie Lo x i< sax itone
million dollars in order that they
may have the Supreme Court library
carried to Jacksonville for their es-
pecially benefit, that
The only song that they can sing,
Is /accessibility" is the thing.
We suppose, that what they mean
by this long, high-faluting word, "ac-
cessibility" is, that Jackfonville can
be reached frotif other parts of the
State, more quickly than can Talla-
Suppose the argument be true,
then not one person in a hundred
would care one copper. The labor-
ing man never visits the State Capi-
tal. The doctors, dentists and me-
chanics don't go there. The mer-
chants have no business there. The
turpentine men, the saw mill men
and the crosstie men never go near
it, and the farmers visit the moon just
as often as they do the State Capital.
Legislators, lawyers and politicians
are the only persons who ever have
any business at the State Capital and
they go only when they are paid for
it. The legislator gets ten cents a
mile for every mile he travels, which

In all times and among all people
beauty and love are associated. We all
believe that Eve was beautiful.
Esther found favor because of her com-
liness. Love
and jealousy 0
caused by -'/
Helen of Troy -
made historic -
trouble for BEAUTY
two nations.
Nobody ever" ANDe
conceived an LOVE
ugly Juliet.
Heroines of
romance are
always beau- --
Ideas of
beauty differ ,.-"
but the one
sort of lovliness that all agree upon is the
beauty of health. No matter what her
features, no sickly woman can be attrac-
tive. Sallow skin, sunken cheeks, pimply
face, hollow eyes, lifeless lips-these are
repellant. And they can nVarly always
be traced to the one caus-womanly
weakness or disease. Almost all the ills
of womankind are cured if you put the
feminine organism into healthy, vigorous
condition. All sickness of women seems
to involve these delicate organs and so no
matter what the symptoms may be it is
best to Idok there for the real trouble.
SAll atiuh discrdnrs are r mnirrlpt-l....A

6 will decide nothing more than is more than he payv and conse- b
whether the Legislature shall pass a quently he wouldn't caor if the Capi- t1
resolution providing for a change in \ tal were 'in the Philipines, for the n
the Constitution of the State for the farther he goes the molef he makes. r(
removal of the Capital to some other The lawyer always makes his clients p
point, and what point shall be named pay his expenses an< he would o
in the resolution. If a resolution is charge just as much forgoing up to t
passed the amendment must go be- the Supreme Court, if the Capital
fore all the voters of the State for were across the street tom his office, h
their ratification or rejection, and thus as he does to go to Tall .assee. And is
they will have two whacks at it. the politicians who visit Ye ('a ital in
Practically the question before the such large numbers wh le the Legis- p
people, in brief, is whether the Capitol fure is in session, so many of whom c
shall remain at Tallahassee and be are from Jacksonville, get pay from r
remodeled, and improved to mee' .ll their employers before they start oil t
the present needs of the State, or re. the journey. n
moved to some other point at the the As a matter of. fact the farmers, n
great expense of putting up an en- mechanics and laborer of Florida (
tirely new structure. The question don't care a row of pii4 whether any
is one of the moit important which of these gentlemen go one mile or
has confronted tlie people of Florida five hundred to reach Sic Capital; it I
in a decade or m4re, and its outcome is no concern of theirs whatever. a
will unquestionably be fraught with t, wen t neto te point
much meaning to the Pen;nsular thit, when it come to the point f
th,.t they must be tax one million t
State.-Savannal morning News, do lars in order to car-y the Capital
August 27th.
August th. cer to some of these gentrv-leg-
His Lire Was Saved. isIxtors, lawyers and p litivians-and
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of fartherr from some oth sof the same
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful st pe, why they'll sei the last one
deliverance from 4 frightful death. In of them in the lioor first and then
telling of it lie says: "I was taken with th :v won't do it.
Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneiimo- t, let us look a lit farther into
uia. My Lungs became hardened. I ut,
was so weak I couldn't even sit up in thl "accessibility" bu4in ess:
bed. Nothing lieled me. I expected to 'rThe distance fronm4 every county
soon die of ConsumiptioD, when I heard st in te St.te lorla te
of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot. se- t in the State <.f qlorida by the
tie give great relief. I continued touse ncirea-st and most dii ect practicable
it. and now am well andl strong. I can't route to Tallihassee, whenn all added
say too muel1 in its praise." This m .r- to ether, is 8,0: ils, while the-
velous medicine is the sitrest and quick-
est cure in'the w'rld for all Throat and distance, estimated in the same man-
Lung Trouble. Regular sizes 5() cents ner, from all th,.se eamnty seats to
at.d $1.00. Trial bottles free at any .lcksonville is 7.:,;50 iles,adistance
drug store; every bo tlie guaranteed. favor of Ja "Accessibility." IIles. Then measured from all the
Ift there is ne wrd iii tie EiiLli't Viutt seats in the State, and the
language which has bee, inale to several dita-es all a.hle.l together,
k n v .. .. I- ., rf > il .le'........i!i lit l it .> ,1










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If you own mules or horses, you should by all means keep at re.-i~l

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urden ourselves v ith a debt of nil
han a millim dollars which is to
raised by direct taxation. Act
requested to build a thousand dollJ
en in which to keep a ten cent pig
r to erect a fire-proof vault in whifl
o store a 1 ist year's almanac.
And all this, because Jacksonville
mas 685 miles of "accessibility" which
s worth *3.4.25 a year.
The already overburdened tax
?avers of the State will do thi, of
course they will, but it will be when
ivers flow upstream, turkeys chew
o)acco and little birds build the4
rests in old men's l)bardls; tthen and
ot before.-Florida Index, Lake
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Mrs. A. W. Yangrup, O kli tw dr. FIla
writes- Have used D. M. A. Sii'mor
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roubless, ani common aidmnts iri my
family. It is strong and ;Wcts 'iicer
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is hereby given that in order to
publication in the current week's
all matter must reach us by
ay night before the day of pub-
which is Thursday. When it is
ible to get them in earlier, legal
ill be received until 9 o'clock
adav morning. After that hour
ngwill be accepted. Parties will
trouble by bearing this in mind,
e tle triU posit'iely be enforced in
ses. tf
Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
tton is reported as follows:
lrsday, August 30. 1900. -Liverpool
5 23-32; Savannah quiet and easy.
iling, 9 1-6; Tallahassee, 8i to 6

p the Stomach and Bowels in good
ition, the Waste Avenues open and
by an occasional dose of Dr. M. A.
nonD Liver Medicine.
lppernongs are plentiful.
heavy shower Monday was very re-

>v. J. E. Mickler, of Titusville, is
ng friends here.
mis Demilly has returned from Pan-
Du will never find any other pills so
npt antd so pleasant as DeWitt's Lit-
irly Risers. All Dealers.
sJoseph Blackshear, of Thomas-
Ga., is visiting friends in the city.
s. John Arthur Harvin. of Houston,
s, after a visit of several days with
lives, lkft fur home.
s. Keys and daughter, of Quincy. ar-
Soi k riday as guests of Mrs. A. C.
dge R. F. Taylor and Messrs. Jahn
.sta iand L. A. Perkins went to Pan-
Tue- day for a short trip.
John A. Granam, of the Graham
ttr Company, St. Marks, was in the
others endorse it, children like it,
olks use it. We refer to One Alin-
voughi Cure. It will quickly cure all
at and lung trouble. All Dealers.
r. George B. Perkins and wife, after
esant stay of two weeks duration at
eresa. were comuielled to return be-.
of legal business on Sunday last.
r. L. Q. Skipp*r, an old Confederate
ier, whio has been in bad lhalth Ir
e time, went down to Carrabelle
iday morning for the benefit of the
air. .
r. H. E. Palmer has comipletsd two
tenement on Lafayette
irmers and gardeners in general
ild take advantage of the showers to
in tall gardens.
Diarrhtea Dr. AL A.' Simmons
*r Medicine is invaluable. It gives
to the Stomach, Aids Digestion and
st Nature in carrying off all luipur-

s. Arthur Macon, of Madison coun-
visiting her dauglier, Mrs. Eugene

H. E. Palmer went down to St.
sa Sunday to bring back his family
Sba been at that del'htful report
he past month.
lahasee has tocontribute her share
rds the expenses of holding the pri-
relection. Her share is $1,000. It
be more, depending on the number
ties that want the honor of being the
e Capital. Now is the time to con-
e lack of energy you feel, the back-
e and a run down condition geuer-
, all mean kidney disorder. Foley's
ney Cure will restore jour strength
vigor by making the kidneys well.
e no substitute. Wight & Bro.
several families will take advantage
he cheap excui sion rates to Carrabelle
ave a picnic at Lanark.
essrs. Taylor & Child have corn-
ced to build a 7-room house for Mrs.
n Taylor Bradford, and they have
tracts for 15 or 20 small tenement

ses to be placed in various part. of
city. This looks like we are not very
h afraid of that Capital Removal
r. E. W. Gamble returned from St.
a Saturday last, where he has been
the past month. He says that they'
rienced no hot weather at that de-
tful resort.
.will .surprise you to experience the
lefit olhtained by using the dainty and
mous little pills known as DeWitt's
le Early Risers. All Dealers.
Ir. Ai,ullia Chase, formerly of tHis
1, bt nw of Jacksonville, wrs in
citO li:st Saturday circulating among
any friends.
[r. R. I:ay, who has been at Ashe-1
N. '. for some time, orders his'
or sent to New York, where he -x-
ts to be for the next month.
[rs. S. C. P. Wheeler paid the TALLA-
SEEAN a pleasant visit last Saturday.
- \ ireeler has not only traveled ex-'
5ivlv in our own country, but has1
"visited most parts of Europe. V.'e
to be- able in the near future togtve
readers of the TA.r.anti;AeEAlN some
resting sketches from her pen por-

'ing her very vried experiences.
r. WV. C. Hodges, U. S. Commis-
ler. ;eft Monday for a trip to the Paris
position. My! my! wlbata chance tle
have let slip by!
o keep young-keep well, keep the

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
B. 48-10t
Mrs. S. J. Barefoot has returned from
mb6th's visit to lamunia.
Mr. Herman Schrader, wife and baby
returned from St Teresa Saturday night.
Mr. H. M. Warmack, of Havana, Fla.,
stepped in on Monday to renew his sub-
The greatest skin specialist in Amer
ca originated the formula for Banner
5alve, For all skin diseases, all cuts or
ores, and for piles, it's the most healing
medicine. Wight & Bro.
Mewrs. Lawrence Haynes, G. S. Sher-
rood. E. H. Enroy, E. C. Monaghan,
'rank Chase and E. S. Spencer were
imong the Jacksonvillians visiting the
'aplud last week.
Rev. Mr. Provence, of the Baptist
aharch, was a caller at the TALLAHAS-
; .AN office Monday.
There will be a special meeting of
Fackson Lodge No, 1, F. & A. M., on
iext Monday night, at their ball, com-
mencing at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of
conferring the Fellow Craft Degree.
LlI members of the Lodge, and visiting
members, are cordially invited to attend
he meeting.
"What most people want is something
nild and gentle, when in-need of d
)hysic. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Aver Tablets fill the bill to a dot. They
are eas v to take and pleasant in effect.
For sale by Wight & Bro.
Juc.' F. B. Carter and Colonel L. B.
Vombwell, Commissioner of Agricul-
ure, are back from a visit to Jackson
county, where they went to attend the
democraticc primary.
General R. L. Scarlett and W. N.
heats, Jr.are among the Tallahasseeans
n joying the pleasures of Panacea.
Millions will be spent in politics this
ear. We can't keep the campaign go-
ng without money any more than we
an keep the body vigorous without food.
)yspeptics used to starve themselves.
Jow Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
'ou ear and allows you to eat all the
;ood food you want. It radically cures
stomach troubles. All Dealers.

I tse Th le Kid Yo M Ha Always Boug I

Chinese are dangerous enemies, for
hey &.e treacherous. That's why all
*ounterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
'alve are dangerous. They lock like
VeWitt's, but instead of the all-healing
witch hazel they all contain ingredients i
liable to irritate theskin and cause blood
Imosoning. For piles, injuries and skin
diseases use the original and genuine
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. All Deal-
The farmers of Leon are going to have
good prices for their cotton this fall, an'd
can well afford to help keep the Capital
at Tallahassee. No class of citizens are
more vitally interested in this question
than the farmers as the removal of the
Capital means increase taxes. The
farmers of Leon are particularly inter-
sted in it as value of-the farms are in-
reased in value by Tallahassee being
the Capital besides it enlarges the
market for their county produce.
For Whooping Cough.
"Both my children were taken with
whooping cough," writes Mrs. 0. E.
Dutton, of Danville, Ills. "A small bot-
tle of Foley's Honey and Tar gave such
relief that I used a 50 cent bottle. which
saved me a doctor's bill." Wight &
We have rece ved the catalogue of
the East Florida Seminary and Military
Institute for the year 1899-19)00. It pre-
-ents an exceedingly neit and attractive
appearance and all though is a fine E x-
ample of the printers art-showing the
care taken in its make up and does great
credit to its publishers, the Hill Printing
Co., of Gainesville, Fla.
For Headache caused most likely by a
Disordered Stomach. accompanied by
Constiatiion use Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine.
The El Provedo Band enlivens the
community very much these summer
Cabinet Photographs of children.
See W. L. Taylor or A. B. Blackburn,
at T. B. Byrd's. 21-2t.

To The Public.

We have purchased the plant of the
rallatassee Lumber & Mfg. Co. and
wish to inform our patrons and friends
that it will hereafter be run in connec-
tion with our other business, under the
firm name of Taylor & Child. We re-
pectfully solicit the patronage of all
those desiring anything pertaining to
the woodwork of a building. We also
desire to say that this change will in no
way interfere with our former business,,
but e feel that we are in a better posi-
tion than ever to give satisfaction in this
line. All orders, however small will be
uly appreciated and will receive our
roempt and personal attention. 27-2t.

Here is Money!

ur Price. Prices elsewhere.
5c .... .... Castoria......... 35c
75c.... Compound Celery.... $1.00
20c...... Liver Medicine..... .25c


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


Schrader's Drug and Seed Store.

Shingles for sale, at L. C. Yaeger's.
Abbott's East India Corn Paint cures
every time; it takes off the corn; no
pain. Cures Warts and Bunions and is
conceded to be a wonderful Corn Cure.
The Kyle Hay Press for sale, at Yae-
ger's. In the reach of every farmer.
If you want a good Saddle cheap go to
Ball, Demilly & Co.'s for it. 26-2t
Ralston H alth Club Flour, Breakfast
Food and Barclay Food, at Randolph &
Collins' Grocery & Drug Co. has a
complete stock of drugs and chemicals,
a competent pharmacist to prepare same,
and can save you money if you call on

Fresh Country Butter. Eggs and
Chickens always on hand. We carry
the best and finest grades of Flour, etc.
People's Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswell,
proprietor. it
HARNESS, at Gilmore & Davis Co.
Loaded Shells for bats at Yeager's.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail,
druggists refund money.
Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberts', on
Adams street, corn. oats, hay, bran.
cooked cow feed, flour in barrel and half
barrels. Besides this you will always
find a choice line of groceries, cheap.
C~aitial 7ailorino C'onmpany.
Leggett's Mixed Spices for Pickles, at
Randolph & Co.'s-
! Fresh Cream, Edam and Swiss Cheese,
Refrigerator, at T. B. Byrd's.
Ring up 51 early or late and you will
get an answer. We carry a complete
line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Our
stock is complete, and we can give your
order prompt attenrti:n. People's Gro




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

Gent's Furnishings,


Umbrellas, Etc.

For sale at low prices, at

Evaporated Cream. Conlensed Milk,
Coffees. green and roasted. best grades.
Flavoring Extract-. Spices Teas, all
grades and kinds. Jams, Jellies, Pre-
serves. etc., in fact anything to be found
in a well kept and well regulated grocery
store. Chlas F. Cogswell. proprietor Peo-
yle's Groc-rv. It

Huyler's Candies

Fresh! FreSh!!
at -


To the Publir.
Mr. R. L Collins wishes to inform the
public that h,-e h-s tim 4id prescription
tiles of Mr. M. Lively ;:til also those of
his successor in Iunsine=-, Mr. A. M.
Carlsle. ;and can fill alt prescriptions
promptly ;iand wcunrately from same.
.I-' /i,, Liot/.i Chill m ind Feer
T,,l '<," flo'e mwra,:nu:d ,,fre,t* for
,sld. onl/ Ay I i/gt : 11ro., ]Dr'i-




For sale by


&~ L

L.A -* a 1

Anat ever y in
in our line

Best Way to C'e "ckm he.
Backaches ame cmwd by dibwder i
',e kidneys. Foley's Kidmey Care will
make the kidneys right. Take b-
sitatute. Wight & Bro.
A fresh lot of elegant crisp crackers,
all varieties, packages and bulk, just in
at T. B. Byrd's. .
M. T. Joiner, at T. J; Roberts' store,
egent for Singer Sewing Machine. Sup-
plies ordered and Old Machines taken in
exchange. 8-1m
Take Li,,con'. Liver Pill.s to
,lei.nse the .sys,'ie,, of ,dil main ria-
f,/r s,le only Iny WVi/ht & d 7ro.,

R. L. Collinsissellin. [hRtve'.s gaIsse
at $1 00-per pair. Elsewhere they cost
you $2.00 for the same identical glasses.
Before buying your Dry
Coods, Pants, Shoes, Shirts,
Hats, Croceries and other
goods, try Boxhorn's Bar-
gain House.
Look out for a nice lot of fre--h Cali-
fornia fruits, at T. B. Byrd's Thursday
or Friday.
Fok SALE-15l I hles straw h;Ay ant
350 bushels feed oats. Leave orders at
this office or direct J. G. Collins. Talla-
hassee, Fla.
A car load of fresh hay has just been
reeit-d at 'T. J. RH'berts' store. Will
he sold cheap foreash. tf

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cery, Unias. F. uogswell, proprietor. It "Fancv New Orleans Molasses, at Ran- [I 4
Don't buy your Towels before looking dolph & o.'. Are the best and ... o =
at those just received at Ball, Demilly & Every Onq T =
iCo.'s. __ ....___. 26-2L is interested in house huidine, and we tun easiest 0
keepon ha.d EVERY PIILNG that goes ___ -
into the construction of house. TO THE FAF.-A rich lady, ured of r
u ass' Chill and GILMOREi& DAVIS CO. her Deafness and Noises in the ead byS
Douglass' Chill and -ot __ _-i e
To Cure Constipation Forever. Dr. Nieholson's Artificial E-r pIrums, -
Fever Tonic..... Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c gave $1t,000 to his Institute, so t iat deaf [
or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, drug- people unable to procure the Ea< Drums 0
S gists refund nonev. may havejhem free. Address No. 1174, Sa
s Cures for 2. cents. It can ---The Instiute, 780 Eighth Aven e, New -
be had only at Y or

SCHRADER'S. f J g'g,

Parties desiring to have hay aled will H
est improved machine. Will go to your _S
place and do work reasonable. 20-tf EDWIN DUKE, Prop'rietor.

COMING--WHO? Rates, S. .51 per" ay; $3.03 per w3ek; $23.00
MEYER 4: CO -PANY -TAILORS. tj S .O per monta.
RPRE TATIV 'm'-i i r:itl w-ill h' gi e'i families or pi'ties.
REPRESENTATIVE lark 9 aets all trains; t. Sopclhopny Station on CarrbelIfe, Talla-
Who has been in your town on sever-Al hassle and (eri;ia R, ilroa I. .
previous occasions. He will have witiH xcursion Rates.
him three hundred styles of Woolens in e above road is now nthe l in low roun trip rates
large pieces, which comprise the newest f_-nI ah, The above road is now iving the follmwin low runti trip rates
Novelties and Up-To-Date Styles. He col fro Tallahassee: Go ,d t return from Saturlav until :mnLev, 2~, 2:
would be pleased to have you call and for ten days, $2.00): I until September, $2 5. .
talk over the Styles in.Dress for the comr- fYOl H What YOu u 0 All modern Conveniences.
ing season at Yu nReLap W ai You How "he hotel has just on enlarged, new miineral and salt water
LEVY BROTHERS, in the variety qlit nd ntit of poolbuilt: hot ar.d cold it-r in all rooms: bhths also given in hotel;
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. in the artv, q-fality roue and q ti' billtrd and ldpool room: s r I ,loard. and in, fact all mn, leru c3nce-
27 8an29our choice garden and flower seeds will ien es4 Post oth- i neinn tel buildin-. Telephone connertion with
.telegraph office. Dul~v i ils, etc. Cuisine the best.
Go to Collina' Grocery & Drug Co. to be sure to give results thit will gratify tele further infor.til adirps i .
get your paints and alabastines, of best and please you by their size and de- EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
quality. Being sold below cost. l cousness We h:ve all kinds of gar- Panacea. Fla.
den seeds, hut only one quality, and
--. --- -- that is the nst. Grown by Robt. J/iJii ,J
Clothes Repaired. Buist&Co. Fresh this week. R .r

repair or alteration work, cleaning HARNESS, at Gilmore & Davis Co. Ta j e Company,
pressing, dye work, in fact anything
that can be done to a garment. W. .Tal assee ndertak
do fine tailoring work ourselves, also I S. P. RpZEAR, Proprietor.
carry fine lines of tailoring at low pri.One door eat of u ro Sore. undr Oer
ces. We will make up all kinds of gar- One door at ofuros Sore. undr Oper
ments from any material you desire in
the way of new clothes, or we will re-
pair your old ones satisfactorily, as you
like. We extend the sphere of our use-
fulness to the community, thus showing
our appreciation of the unlimited pat,
ronage given us.
Yours for business, -C
Successors to Freeland's Clothing Agen-
cy, next to the express office.
A fine lot of Japanese fishing poles
just received, at T. B. Byrd's.

J.W. Col'ins is headquarters for
everything in the line of Fancy and
Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
Garden Seed of theumassesof the people and caterer
arden Seed, totem for the purpose of building up Keeps in stock all grades f Undert king Supplies, and' gua Irutemt~si-
and holding trade.. He also carries faction. A portion of your patonage is solicited, and all orders will receive
several other lines in which he main- promp attention.
tains the same reputation. You can
Landreth's Seed are the Best. save money by calling on him. Real E4.tate Agency,
Money to Loan.
Morti:ages discounted and monev
Sloan.-d onr easy terms. Apply to W. W. TALT.A iASSiFR, FLORIDA.
rPbheage Seed that will come McGriff. .-m
.up, varieties that are sure headers. Heinz Pickling Vinegar, at Randolph 200,000 acres of Timbefed Land for sale in Middle. East. and Went




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L. Move Jones, the Pameoub Te
Le L Leturer, Cites a PFew
I'AEf Examb les to Prove the T
4 4&hi Propoiltton.
(Copyright, 1900, by C. B. Lewis.]
]Vy Dear Fellow Citizens-It if
custom before proceeding to the
eeM of the evening to take up a e
t0s among-the audience for'the
t gomre charity. On this occaslo
object is the individual who s
jietore you.. I have managed t
alang for the last three 4Ays
cents, but I can go no further.
tlhee is no doubt that I am wort
all you can do for me, yet no one
feel under obligations to give.
mow pass around the hat, and
move among you I am glad to o
that the audience assembled he
night Is one of the most cultivw
have seen for months. 1 will
base enough to think that free
m on had anything to do with It.
came to hear one of the great
tkons of the day discussed by
the great orators of the cent
.had the price of tickets been 1(
each I believe that one and all
have cheerfully coughed up. I
use that expression in a slang
bat as a Latin phrase. I find t
collection amounts to 70 cent
thanking you from the bottom
heart and trusting that you
out of here better men and woe
w.11 now begin:
My friends, I have in m. po
figures showing just how many
series and -breweries there are
United States and just how muc
ky and beer are made every 2


4 1


d I
t 'be
m s-
e of

t the
f my
y go
en, I

t the

during the year. But why gi4 them?
Why tell you that 1,000,000 of r pop-
ulation go to bed drunk every eight in
the year and that the money t.ent for
drink every day would" provi all the
widows with sealskin sacks a French
heeled shoes? We all kn those
things. Let us begin with C pher
Columbus, who had rather to do
with America than any man ho has
come after him. I give you picture
on the canvas. You look p ed and
surprised. You can't make It t. You
Thousands of Chilr
are made happy and comf le by
John R. Dickey's Old Rehabi ye Wa-
ter. It doesn't hurt a bit an relieves
inflammation at once. Don' take an
imitation, the genuine is Ahe oly safe
preparation, is put up in red Us and
has the name blown in the le.., Get
it for 25 cents at Wight & B .'s Drug
behold Christopher lying dru L on the
highway, with a jug on one e and a
hog on the other. It is aa Ifa ful pic-
ture. I want you to look at closely
and keep it in your minds. d every
day for years to come I wa t you -to
ask yourself what would hay happen-
ed if Columbus had been t sert of
man. When Ferdinand and I bella had
fitted him out for his voyage suppose
be had gone and got a th ys' jag
on and had rolled around I the mud
and had had three or four ps with
other old bums. Can you for n instant
believe that he- would havt en left in
command of the expedition that this
country would have been discovered
for the next 50 years? But here was
no boozing. He may hav taken a
farewell drink of 'oot Leer r lemon-
ade, as was eminently pro r, but -it

ended right there, and he me world
famous as a result. A hole hem-
isphere and millions of le owe him
a debt of gratitude and remember
his name forever beea of his ab-
stinence. The lesson taug by the pic-
ture is plain to alL Get k. and you
will be sent to the island or 30 days;
remain sober, and you w become fa-
My friends, let me give on the pie-
ture of George Washin as he was
about to cross the Delawas and gain a
great victory over the tish. You
AMwWA that an.o fe ine drunk



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peaks, standing directly opposite each ly new, before persons had come to vemiber, A. D. lo. for ratification or rejec-
other, measure exactly the ,same keep, as everybody commonly does tion 5 of Artcl Ill of said Constitution b N tie t Creditors
height, while others come within a few now, a lot of buttons on hand, the man and is hereby awinendt soas to read as ololiwS: NTOTICE TO CREDI)olt I ANI DEEfl
feet of a common height-Chicago who had lost his collar button thought Sction 25. The Le stature shall provide by NAll crlitors, legate. ii-t r li;-tsl
alord .. general law lfor incor )rating ;tuch educational, so-.s having claims ur ,icii.m-a :11it the
Record. himself entitled to the sympathy of his agricultural, mechai cal,. mining, transporta- o" Jno. Sneetd tl, 're,,-.L, ltt- leon a
--- ------ fellows, but wrung as he might be by tion. mnercantile and her useful conitpaui-s or Florida. are hern-lv i-tilit' to i .-, it .-aidd
ass-ociations as 1may I deemed uieeissary: but it or eliandls ldilyv" aitihnticjat,--i :, time
V' Fatality Follows Failure that loss he could not even guess at shall not p.san spe ial Jaw on any such hub- sziuno forsttleinlit withi within .t ,a
to use Foley's Kidney Cure in time. If the anguish that in the sewed on but- 'eet. and any such -ial law hall ie of no ir>-t publication hie.-,of or thi. :,it i
Stoluseo ine u eect; -rovided, ho ver, That nothing herein plead in baroi suich Iti. lt,.11, --
taken in earlier stages of Bright's disease ton days filled the heart of the man shall preclude speciala egi-lation a.s to a univer- All l.-ous iniebt, t ai, t are8
stand diabetes, it is certain cure. You 1who, when he came to put on his last sity or the public sch lis. or as to a hiip canal requlted to make iimntuiiate p,;' .-it,
have noticed the high death rate from clean shirt, found that key button, the across tAR EExtate. X IExutorofthblastwillanx1,-:j,
nd it 1 to ag- ARTI .E XVII. Exec.utor of the l;st will and a -;.limnUtd
these diseases, and it is not wine to ig- one on the collar band, most important That the following ndment to the Codstitu- Sced, lecea',i.
nore early symptoms when a medicine That the following mcndment tothe Cot-
k nore Forlys Kidney Cure can be bad. one of all, gone entirely or only Just tionot tne State ol iorida be and the same Ls Tallahassee. dla, July 11th. l: ,
ike Fole Kidney Cure can be bad. a thread hereby agreed to ani shall be submitt-d to the
Wiht & Bro. by a thread! electors of the State the General Election in
I knew a man once who had this November, A. D. aI ior ratificaton or rejec BTATER]0ll.
l OOCK. Better to Have Waited. happen to him and didn't swear. That action s of Artiel VIII of the Constitution Made.Under Section 35, Chapter 411t
but be's too drunk to get there, and the The other morning Jones turned up was the only great thing he ever did, shai! be and is hesel amended so as to read as of Florida,(1893.)
dependence of the colonies is lost at the office even later than usua but I have always thought that that StionS. Immcd~iy upon the ratification of Showing the amount of taxes charged
ndpdn ofh clnsiltTax Collector of Leon county. Floridl
)forever. This picture is also a crea- His employer, tired of waiting for him, alone was enough to stamp him as a this amendment the nty Uommissonersof the collected for the current year s,
tion of fancy, but let the moral lesson had himself set about registering the most extraordinary man."-New York ever counties of t tate snall divide their apportionment of the same to the
respective counties iD five Commissioner' s D-) funds for which ch taxes have bees
sink deep nto your hearts. Now and day's transactions, usually Jones' first un. triet, to e num tvely from one fun or which h takes hae bee
fiveannpiveincluive, and. district shall be, as nearly including poll ta- with county school
then, when he had been out chopping duty. The enraged merchant laid his as poibleequal i roportio to polatl otnalam cteaha fortax, .
wood in the rain, John Hancock may pen aside very deliberately and said Ditehe the Bsho. and thereafter theeal be n each of such di- Total collected to July 3, .......
have taken a nip to keep the chills off, Jones, very stern indeed "Jones, this "I remember once driving across the tracts a County Cc iaJ-sioner, who shall be alance...................
but never on any other occasion. He count with Bish "wit elected by the quality electors of sad county.
but never on any other occasion. He will not do!at the time and p voting for other county APPTIONMET
didn't need whisky to back up his "No. sir." re lied Jones gently, draw Cyrus Townsend Brady of "A Mission- Gofcers. and R hal his ofice for to years. General revenue.......... t%,v;9 4
patriotism. He had a cold water ing off his ct as he glanced over his ary In the Great West" in the Ladies'ounty C powers dutieshalad eompensatiod of such Ain't paid July 55:;k -
hatred of tyranny, and when the time employers shoulder, t will not You Home Journal, "while discussing the Provided. Tnhast oling hereinhall effect the mt pai to July 1900..
came to upset King George's apple cart' have entered McKurken's ord.r i the nature of the soul. That Is, the bishop terms of sc d 9i1on1 ofie th time lna and Forfeiturel "h l 41
he picked up a goose quill and wrote wrong book. Far better to have wait- was discussing. I was only prompting cancies occurring by imitations of terms, or from oadm and Bridge-. -'....' i--;
his name in letters which stand out ed tl I came"'-Pearson's Week. by a question now and then. We were death, resignato sl lerwise, before the elec. A.'t paid to July;, 6.. ...--
like red paint on a white door. Halfa s on the rear seat of a wagon, with the Governor a t now ied by law.tmentbythe tyhoolTax........
pint of colonial corn juice down behind A Thieves'Triek. driver on the front seat. It was a paidtoJu 100.. ,
his vest would have unfitted the great A mastiff was trained to assist very dark night. In the middle of the That the followingfAmendment to the Consti.
tution of the State o Florida be and the same is Attest COUNCIL RR.!
atrot and left America a dependency. thieves in aris was n the habit bish s exposition the wagon took heeby a to, shallbesubmitted to the ClerkoftheCircuitCout. onount
My friends, J am not here to rail at of bounding against old gentlemen and wild plunge, there was a crash, and electors of the State tt the General Election in u
distillers. howlat brewers or shout at knocking them over in the street A. over we went Into the muddy ditch, o n.ember, A. D. for raticaton or rejec- Administratrion Notice.
loon keepers. I am notbegglg you "ntleman"-own"'I beg your pardon, gents said the setionl'2of Arti le XVI of the Constitution LL PERSONS: HAVING ANYC
aloon keepers. I am no beggng you "lady" and "'gentleman"-owners of o. of the State of Plo. a Is amendment en s..A, wn .. ,
with tears in m v evestor shnn the fln .. a-..-....-.---ib eg y rpts' s aid t e O ection El eof Alor t- l enof theConstitutiho As6L P RSO N thA IN G ............I.

everything else, and when judielously
Smingldwith buttermilk and root beerORUER
It produces patriots., poets, philosophers
W and statesmen. Try It once. and you
will take no other. M. QUAD.

What Prompted HimL. NUI
A capital story of Rolf Boldre- al Few realize what a deepcated, obstinmet im Catarrh is, regarding it as a simple in
wood, the distinguished Australian the nose and throat, little or noatttention is |iven it. But, however insignificant it may seegV
; novelist, Is told. After T. A. Browne is serious and far-reaching in its results.
had suddenly leaped into fame as Rolf The foul secretions entering the rcsat poison the entire system. The stomach, i
Boldrewood, author of "Robbery Under fact all the organs feel the effect of this ca'rrhal poison, and when the lungs are reached it
Arms," he continued for some years is rapid and destructive, and finally ends in cmsumption. .
S7 as stipendiary magistrate of Albany. 4 It frequently happens that the senses ofd ansd smell are in part or entirely lost. the
O.,3, One morning there was brought before the nose eaten into and destroyed, causing in suffering and greatly disfiguring theface.
him a rough busboy of 14, chargedd washes and salves may give temporary relief no permanent benefit can be expected from such
with having held up several other boys
on country road. It was proved that BTA IOI !$hONTITIT MA A0b BLOOD DISC
he had -presented a pistol at them andCATARR IS A CONSTITUTINAL R IS
compelled them to empty all their
pockets for his benefit, and far beyond the reach of mere local remedies. Those who upon them for a cure lose valuable time, meet
.B "Dear me." said the surprised magis- pointment and allow the disease to take firmer hold. Only real bl remedy can reach this troublesome and dang
trate to the juvenile culprit, "what S. S cures Catarrh because it first cleanses and builds up th blood, purifies it, makes it rich and healthy, s
ttcould have prompted you to do such a puts new life into the sluggish worn-out organs, and thus reliev the system of all poisonous accumulations.
Su thina'o" Mrs. Josephine Polhill. of Due West, S. C., writes: "I had Catarrh. w. became so deep-
Ams' g seated that I was entirely deaf in one ear, and all inside of my pose, incldi part of the Done,
," W "Reading 'Robbery Under Arms.' sloughed off. When the disease had gone this far the physician gave me as incurable. I
repliedthe unabashed boy bushmngeir. determiu4-d to t-v S. S. S. as a last resort, and legan to improve at once. It med to get at the
replied t uOhd fur different tr a usrge. seat of the disease, and after a few weeks' treatment I was entirely cured. d for more then
Ifor you, said four different f to.- -Chicago News. seven years have had no sign of the-disease."
cans, but I still had sufficient lefi to S. S. S. is made of roots, herbs and barks of wonderful tonicil and purifying
try Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, as it What They Said. properties. It is the only vegetable blood purifier known, and a certain and safe
was highly recommended to me. I "Did the girls say anything when cure for all blood trouble Send for our book on Blood and Skin [Diseases, and at
had suffered for years with heart they heard of my engagement?" she the same time write our physicians about your case. They will cheerfully give you
trouble; so bad was my cae I was asked with a little curiosity, any information or advice wanted. We make no charge for this. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., .ATLANT
given up todie several time Had "Very little," was the reply of her ..
seven up to die sevhorl times. -H ad dearest friend.
sver paia Short breattrand "But they said something?" WHEN DOGS ARE SICK.* piule. FORECLOSURE SAL
much pain about the heart,.fluttering "Oh, yes; they said .something." After Sunda sch I little Ned.and NDE
and smothering spells, but Dr. Miles "Well, what was it?" The ay to Give Medicine to After Sunday s I little Nedand NDER AND BY
Heart Cure gave me prompt ri Highly Sensitive Patients. his younger cousin, orton, were per- rendered on thecI Sth dayhef J
Hart Cure gave me prompt relief "Well, most of them merely exclaim- 0 by eeiittedr o to play in t y ard on cond- alm .triaCurt of the i
and finally a permanent cure. 'At last:"" In all treatment of a sick dog re- mitred to play in t yard on condi- cial Circuit of Florida in awl nir the
and finally a permanent cure. ed, 'At L-st!'" en tam.o a s 1 tion that they would very good and -n in chancery sitting tin ;
., There was a pause, and then she member you are dealing with a highly pending therein.rwherein i.ouii a
Mrs. J. L. Taylor, Owensbooro,Ky. There was a pause, and then she sivetne satiet Beier quiet They had n been out long pi.ina a henA fi a
asked: sensitive and nervous patient. Be very quiet. They had n been out long complainant mid Henry it. Alexander
gentl: when Ned's meth r beard loud ant. I have levied upon and wiil sell
O MILES "Well, what did some of the others gentle, avoid roughness or anything scrwhen Ned's before the court hou door in-
e- say" likely to alarm him. In giving him any screams. Upon i vestigating the on the 3d day of September, A. i.
wear C ure "One of them said: 'Who'd have liquid medicine do not open his mouth, auseshe found her all son sitting oursam binoaletothehighest birrin
is soldby aldruists guarantee thought t? Another, 'Will wonders but, placing him between your knees, n hs cousin, pound him vigorously undivde one-half intere-tof the a
first bottle benefits or money back. never cease?' And a third"- with his face looking in the same direc- spite of Horton's iul wails. "I or anel ofland towitthe o inni
Book on heart and nerves sent free. "Oh never mind the rest," Interrupt- tion as your own, gently raise his jaw "Well mamma," e exclaimsd, southeast corner of lot number ti ven
es Medical ompany,Elkhart ed the fiancee "I never did have much and, pulling his lis away from his anted to teach hi the golden rule, vePlan of the city oi Tallahssee, run
Cnpurosty."-Pittsburg Chronile-Tele- teeth on one side of his mouth, to form fnd he said he wo Idn't learn it." hence east seventy-seven feet and
aeureosity. "-i ttsburg Chronicle-Tele- o DetroitFreePress. event feet to the placeof beginning
with his feet on a chair while the pa- bottle or spoon the quantity he is to of rallaha-,ve. in said 'cunIy and 8tat
triot army waits for him to take the Not Bull Run. have into it. Went All t e Way. chaser to pay for deeds. This 1stday of
lead. You murmur and are aghast. On an excursion given by Secretary Keep his head raised for a minute or I Tt is said that the ason why there A. ID. J xx. -ciaS erin
You never heard that the Father of Lapgley to the members of the Na- two and if he does not swallow the are no snakes in Ne Zealand is that it J,, A. E- wro.r CNO ,t
His Country got a jag on. No more tional Academy of Science down the dose insert a spoon between his front Iis at the direct ant les of Ireland, _olicitor coimplainaut.
did he. I give you this picture as Potomac, Bernard Green, of the library teeth. This will have the effect of !and that when St. P rick banished the ---
an object lesson, and I ask you where of congress, told the best story of the drawing off his attention from the Ts from Irregistrtionbookswillownotte
this country would have been today day. Mr. Green happened to be cross- medicine and he will usually swallow right through th e th and banished .i j Peaice ton bTuesday, iledlas
had-George gone off on a hoopla at a ing the ocean some years ago on the at once. If the dose is a pill, bolus or the snakes from Ne Zealand also. ursdayo a-h w D.
critical moment? In those old colonial Fourth of July, which national holiday anything solid, hold his head the same -S upt of RD Ntu
days there was corn juice around by was celebrated with great enthusiasm way as before mentioned, but with the T -'Q1 AlV "i'sms !iS
the barrel and It was easier to got by the Americans on board, left hand under lower jaw. press firmly Examination of Teachers
drunk than to roll out of bed, but "I say." asked one of the English- on each side with thumb and finger at --- Tall ha ee, la.,a u,. 1i 4).e
Washington was a-man to withstand men, "what is this the anniversary of, the junction of upper and lower jaws. tie I*l t n Tillaha-w-eon september the fourth i,
temptation. On 12 different occasions, anyhow'? Isn't it to celebrate tho This will usually cause him to open NOtlce Of El1.ti Oo. ats. m o' s lock
taWhite applicants must as-(--tbh,- for t
as I figure it. had he gone off on a battle of Bull Run or something oi that his mouth, when the dose should be lose at the Leon Aa'lemy :iand thec
tear, instead of attending to business, kind?" put into tie mouth as. far back as plicai.ts at the Colored Grad.i s 011.
this country would not now be the "No," promptly spoke up an Amer- possible over the tongue (or he will spit, VlEREAS. Tit. LI iLATURE OIFDOi r
W uwider the Co n!stitul el o1 1 8W I, it the stat, 2',-4t C ,m nty United States. I never hall him as the lean. "Not Bull Run-John Bull Run." it out) and close the jaws somewhat of Florida, did pas fou Joint Ke olutions pro
great and noble without also blessing sharply. and in most cases the deed is posig Amendments to he tonstitution of the Notice of Application for Per
graenaolwtotasolessingeswi Suite of Florida, a.d th mue were agreed to by
him focr not filling up with corn juice. Pitts' arminat done If anyaids digestion, eg- trouble arises with the vote o th-lilths of thmemers elected to Sell Liquors, Wines and B
The analogy is plain to the dullest Pltts te baows aidus digest Ieg action of his front paws this may be each Hou-se; that the vo on said Joint Re-olu-
e analogy ulates the bowels cures Cholera Infant- ions were ent-red upon eir res-mective Journal-, 1)UDbLIC NOTICE IS ItEtElBY ; 1VE
mind. Get drunk and fall over your- ur, Cholera Morbus. Dysentery, Pains, got over by wrapping him round with with the yeas and tays exeon, and th.y diu de 1 Alexander Ja-ols hits lilci uith te
self and roll around in the catnip, and Griping, Flatulent Colic, .Unnatural a shawl or coarse apron. termianed aIirteL that eaid Joist le-olutions of County omnlix.sioners> o.x. Lio.icuin
be .u miutted to the ilet Drs of the State at the State of llorida, liis application liir apt
you'll die unknown and unwept. Let Drains from the Bowels, and all diseases When once you have got into the way General Election in Nov ber, I)0P. -ell liquors, wiues and i(ee.r in ElevtionI
whisky and beer alone, except when or- incident to teething children. For all of it. you will he surprised how simple Now, therefore, I, J n L., Crawford, 'ecre- INo. ti o wlid -couited o tate th tai
dered summercomplaints it is a specific. Per- it is. I am quite sure a practiced own- letary of State of the S of Florida, do hereby Countv t commissioners att their iiext'
dered for cramps, and a nation will fect harmless andfree m injurious er or kennelsman would dose a dozen iv notice that meeting, which will held on the first
sorrow at your death and raise monu- harmless andfcak i o ni w d a (loPen in ipt.- iwr. A ,). 1t),. at 10!_.. clok
etsorrow at you for death and raise mnu- drug and chemicals. dogs while a novice was making a GENERAL LECTION forenosl ok si. ay,:.l the sai a-reki
ments to you fora thousand years re ooi day, thesaidard
bungle over one.-"All About Dogs." will be held in ea(h o0 ty in Florida on Tues a.lls upolany citizenn of suc. elcti-imi
after. To Pnek Ergs For Long Keeping, by Charles Henry Lane. dar next succeeding thl first 1Moiday in Novem- who may dt--ire to ido ), to shiow, iutse,
The name of John Hancock must al- The yolk of the egg spoils much ber, A. D. 1)So, the sa Tuesday being the there b. at the said next renlar cietrting
ways. be associated with the Decara Th yokBoard. why :txehx plrnit shall not b e gr
ways be associated with the Declara- quicker than the white. For this rea- THE COLLAR BUTTON. SIXTH DAY 4 'NOVEIM1 HER, theaipplicant
tion of Independence His name was THE COLLAR BUTTON. order of thr noard of County son it is important that the yolk should for the ratification or tion oi the said Joinit er < iof county,. nrtd:i "
the first tgo down. His was the first lutions propsin A mntothe Consti- This the hav of Aut. A. .
the firstck to be t into s as the halter I ive surrounded with a layer of the Its Blessings Realized Only by Those tutiou o the State of FI ida, viz : (SA) C l
neck to be lilt into the halter. I give white. If the egg is placed on the Who Have Lived Without it. ARTIk xvx. Clerk houit County Comnni-sioitf-r.
you his picture. le is limpsy drunk side or large end the heavy yolk will "ln looking over a trunk full of old That the following ndment to the Constitu- ...
and langing to a -lamppost in the city nettle to the bottom and come in con- truck the other day," said the elderly tion of the State of Fl iunt be and the same is Notice of Application for Ierd
tact with the shell, which admits the man. "1 came across a lot of old shirts hebr n th dat l it b to. the Sell Liquors, Wines and B
"I am a switchman, writes A. J. air. If it is placed on the small end it with the buttons sewed on. and as I i. uiM, for ratilicatio pr rej^t-tton. )1BIhIC NOTICE IS ItEREBlY GIVEXi
ean o i01 Butler St., Chicago. will always have a layer of white be- looked at them I realized anew what Stoe 4a Artidle V fe ath ton'itutounto ul miusi ollrs II L'nd with th:
took a cold which settled in my kidneyr tween it and the shell. Eggs absorb the collar button means to humanity. read a follows: S tat j Filo (ida. his application for a pe
andwas invery badshape. Itriedsev- odors easily, therefore only odorless There have been greater inventions, conlised of two or mo cotnties, te counties of No. l of .id unt-and tat that
eral advertised medicines with no bene- materials should be used when packing surely, but not many that have con- which such district cox ts. 'hall not he entirely plication will be acted on iv tlte said l
fit until I was recommended to take Fo- them.-Ladies' Home JournaL ferred a more unmixed blessing on searte y any n u ly otht y to canther oustyig woih wilei ha the first
ley's Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a mankind, shall be entitled toonu member in the House of ix September, A. 1). 11MM, at l0 elo
bottle cured me. Wight & Bro. Unique In Their Allnment. "The younger person of today. ac- in .tio 2 el this A ie until s the alm portioi- ealls upon ofany citizen tfd the aih otioa
The highest Of the Tennessee moun- customer to the .collar button always, ment following next at reafter, and shall be as- whlo may desire to do st, to .-hoxu -aus4,
of Boston. The convention waits for tains is the Unaka range, and its high- cannot realize what it was to be with- signed when created ne of the adjoining Sen- there be; at the -ai,! itet reurarxmeetiang
himt ini nam taest peak is Rattlesnake, the giant that out it. He can never know what it Legisatuie. 'i the oapplican-tul r a t b
which will change the map of the stands above the Cherokee Indian res- was to have shirts with the buttons ART LEXVI. By order of the lar.i of County Co-umia
World and bring forth a new nation, 7twThat the following mendment to the Con'ti- of Lon county-. -h,rida.
world and bring forth a new nation ervation over 7,000 feet. Twenty-two sewed on-or not, as the case might tutonx of te-Stateof 'lorida be aatd is iereby 'lhithi < ti;tl ia uf August, A. II IS.
m -peaks measure about 6,000 feet. Are- be. Not so very many years ago, when agreed t and shall submitted to the electors (sEAT.) ara m brkable fact is thaJ a--oe of these the collar button was yet comparative- 1the rSta esd atn e te lirt 1 oida ld on lek Bart oiuntV uuii -i-

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D .AY, AUGUT so- 1900.

loxtpermUaeat reliefo
ring women who were o
inture, aes. Mrs.h
I performed a wo
aue. She offered with
calling of the womb,
meen-' tiona The
ce ofthe inmeefortwo
ber vitality until shewas
Her nervous
fhen came the trial oC W
j and the caur. Mrs.
f-ee ought to commed
Sto suffering women in w

the reach of all. Wom
are relied. Askyor d
botUle of Wineof I
a substitute ift ]
wie Mxiteen.ll Soufotha
of Cardul sad Thedforsf
beve pfornd a g s
cowe. had been a a
o fthe womb .a.demesi
ymens es ame eery weeka
s lid were Very painful. M
aded we to try Wine of
3Uk-Druhbt, and nr the. I
a disappeared, ad I am rests
S health."
I n FA U mN t Speclt
direcUomn s ddzuM. wbag
ayrpltain. "The ljiadl' Ad-|
Swry Iipartment." The
.Fl am edicine Co,
(h,.-wi, Tam.

In Varoea .States Ret
tept Standard Reekoeal
o ever expect to go to Ia
tion in which time is In
e slightly, don't monkey
time. It won't go
To be sure, you can't
you don't use stan'lar
,but you will miss the
do. In Georgia the court
decided that the use of st
stead of sun time in reg,
was an error." In the par
question the sun time wa
a the railroad time, and
as received after 12 o'clc
ay night by the sun time, t
12 by standard time. I
I that sun time should bar,

abraska a certain summon
ible before a justice at 10 <
The defendant failed to a
istice waited until 11 <
rd time, which was about
r faster than common tim
ive Judgment by default
Unt appeared before 11 d
D time, and it was held tt
tby default was pre.
la1i d.













a there was a quest
expiration of an lus
which by its terms ext
o'clock at noon of a
re broke out at about
a. m. of that day by coi
d about two and a half m
I o'clock by standard time.
eld that the insurance wa(
It did not appear tha
had enacted any change i
y rule which regards no<
ae when the sun crosses
n. There was evidence o;
ary use of standard timi
ace, but this was held not
The court says: "It waz
necessary to show the custom
standard time, but that by
' the place at 12 o'clock at
at 12 o'clock standard tin
~ Inter Ocean.

as been found on study o
s-loss of hair that baldn-e
nost with unmarried men,
rary to the general belief.
s of the bachelor may be f<
ey are more trying to the
tre the multitudinous care
n of family. Most bald
and to lead indoor lives, an
ill of them belong to the
class. Usually the loss of
before the thirtieth year.
) it usually constitutes a
ii~'ing; in men it affects tim
head. Diseases that affect
nutrition of the bodyare
thin the hair. Heredity
If one has baldheaded
all the drugs of the phai
will not bring out flowing k

m Luack.
no fun being married. My
ng to me all the time and
re lucky! I have to ask
ways for money when I v
Heitere Welt.



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$1oo Rward $100oo.
readers of this paper wil
to learn that there is at least
disease that science has
cure in all its stages and th
SHail's Catarrh cure is the
Secure now known to the med
ty. Catarrh being a oost
Iease, requires a consttut












anron. 'I've bad rheumatiz. fever,
consumption and heart disease, and
many and many a time I've expected

Dyspepsia and General Debility
r r cured by P. P. P., Lippman's Great
R-medy. the superior of all sarsaparillas.
P. P. P. is the greatest tonic for the
st mach ihat was ever known. Indi-
uestiou, Ba Dream. and Biliousness give
way rapidly to the powerful tonic and
blcod cleansing properties of P. P. P.
A prominent Railroad Superintendent
livnr at Savannah. Ga.; (in which city
he was born) says. he fees better than he
ever did, and he had the worst case of
dyspepsia on record. He had no appe
tite and the little he ate disagreed with,
cansing him to vomit oftel ; he had pains
in the head, breast and stomach: but after
u-ing three bottlepof P. P P. he felt like
a new man. He says that he feels that
he could live forever if he could always
get P. P. P.
His name will be given on application
to us.
Sold by all druggists.

to go. but I have never felt like this
before. My heart goes tunk. tunk.
tunk. my lungp seem to be hitchin
around, and now and then my breath
shuts off on mne the same as if I had
got caught in a hole In the fence. Mrs.
Watkins was took this very way be-
fore she died. and so was Mr. Comfort.
It may come tonight, or it may be de-
layed till tomorrer, but within a day
or two I'll be ap angeL You won't
blame me fur dyfn. will you. Samuel?"
Mr. Galloup turned his paper over,
pulled in his feet and crossed his legs,
but made no reply.
"Folks can't help dyin, Samuel-that
Is. I can't I hate to go before I've
made the soft soap and put up the fall
pickles, but I c4n't help myself. It
was so with Mrs. Watkins. She had
the soap grease all ready and was a
ready to dye rags ifur a new carpet, but
when Gabriel's hprn sounded she had
to spread her wings. You'll miss the
soft soap. Samuel fur you're a great
hand to wash upi and you'll miss the
pickles, fur you ove sour things, but
will you miss mel
Mr. Gallup heldi the paper in his left
hand and reached down his right to
scratch his heel through his sock, but
be was dumb.. Mrs. Gallup looked at
him through ber tears for a time and
then choked down a sob and said:
"Well. if you dbn't miss me I can't
help it. I've allusihbad hot water ready
when you wanted to wash your feet,
and you've never. found me without
stickli salve fur; sore fingers., I'ye
nursed you through colic and sot up
with you through fever. You've never
had* to tell me my! bread was heavy or
the biscuit tasted of saleratus. And
when I'm laid aw&y. Samuel, you'll re-
member that I w6re the same bonnet
and shawl fur 2 -years and that I
lBus made a pair of shoes last three
years. Haven't I done purty well all



She Knew Her Tme Por DeparAtu.e
PFor the Other World Had Come,
a"d She Was Anxious to Become an
Angel, obt There Were Drawbaeks.
[Copyright, 1900Wby C. B. Lewls.]
Mr. Gallup had finished his supper,
removed his coat and shoes and sat
down in the rocking- chair to read the
copy of The Chemung County. Gazette
he had brought home from the post-
office when Mrs. Gallup dropped down
on the lounge with a sigh and began:
"Samuel. if you could spare a dyin
woman three or four minits of 'your
time I should like to talk to you. I
know you don't like to be bothered
when you are reading. and I wouldn't
say a word if lt was only a bile on my
leg or one of imy back aches, but it's
more serious ethan that. Samuel-fur
more serious.1'
-Mr. Gallup stretched his legs out to
their fullest extent and made his toes
crack, but he never looked up from his
"I don't wait to give you no sudden
shock." continued Mrs. Gallup as the
tears began to stream down her cheeks
and other nose 'to twitch. "but t's my
duty to tell you. so you kin prepare
yourself. Samuel. you'll be a widow
before. Saturday night! Tonight is
Tuesday night. Before sundQwn on
Saturday night the funeral will be
over, I'll be an angel, and you'll be free
to go out sollewh'ere every evening and
play checkers. Do you hear me. Sam-
Del?" .
Mr. Gallup may or may not have
heard her. but if he did he paid not the
slightest attention.
"Yes; I've got my call to go." she re-
sumed as she wiped her eyes on her

Dig down to the cause of your Rick-
nePP. if vou want to get well and stay
well, Most likely it's in ligastion. The
irritating poisons of fermenting. putried
food, left in the-stomach by indigestion.
cause headache, neuralgia. nervousness,
dizziness, stomach. nausea, irritability,
and all the other well-known symptoms
of indigestion.
They cause many pains aud disorders
which are often laid to other causes and
hence are not easily cured. But as soon
as the poisons are removed, all these
s. mptoms and disorders disappear. be-
enau-w is nothing left to cause them.
Nothing succeeds in this like Shaker
Digestive Cordial, because it prevents
the undigested food from fermenting in
thestomacktodigpst its food.
So'lt by druggists, price 10 cents to
$1.00 per bottle.
"And about the music. Samuel?
can't play on no harp without lessons.
I have never even seen a harp. When
we was first married, I used to play
on the accordion fur you. but it was
awiul poor playing, and you soon got
sick of it. Is it goin to be expected I
that I kin fly right up to heaven and
begin playing op,a harp the very first
thing? If it is. then I dunno as I
want to die. I never could a-bear having
folks laugh at me. And the singln,
anmuel-the singing. My voice is crack-
ed, and I sing through my nose. and is
that going to do up there? I s'pose I
could walk around with a robe on and
talk and visit, but I can't sing nor
play, and they needn't expect it. Sam-
ueL shall we talk about whether you'd
better take a second wife or not?
Sometimes I think you had. and some-
times I think you hadn't. What do
you think?'
Mr. Gallup turned from the ham-
mock article to one on natural gas In
Ohio, and he extended his legs again
and prepared to digest it thoroughly.
It might have occurred to him that
Mrs. Gallup was in the room and that
she or some one else was talking to
him, but he answered not. Ten min-
utes had gone by when he finished the
article and looked up and around as if
he had suddenly missed something.
Mrs GalIup lay curled up on the
lounge fast asleep, and in the cor-
ner of each eye still glistened a big
tear. M. QUAD.

--_*eeted In Bed.
In Santiago In the better class of
houses the bedsteads are surrounded
with a close kind of netting, beginning
at the floor and gathered at the top..
This is intended as a protection against
tarantulas, the bites of which are poi-
The Chinese staiy phrenology, judg-
ing a man by the development of his
forehead and a woman by the form
and size of the back of her cranium.

SllP ihr Will Put Out Fires.
Grant me space in your paper to
make more generally known a fact
which has been known to me many
years and doubtless to others, that sul-
phur thrown into the fire of a stove,
furnace or fireplace will instantly ex-
tinguish the fire in a chimney or flue.
If a small bag or parcel of sulphur,
say three or four ounces, were kept in
a handy place and used when needed
as directed above, it might be the
means of saving property and perhaps
life.-Letter in New York Times.

A Suceess.
"Was the wedding a success?"
"I guess so. The bride's mother was
in tears, the groom's mother went her
one better and had hysterics, you
couldn't hear a word of the ceremony,
and the church -was so crowded that
three women fainted. Yes. it was a
success all right"-Life.

Milk is suggested as a good extin-
guishing agent for burning petroleum.
It forms an emuillsion with the oiL and
by disturbing its cohesion attenuates
the combustible element as water can-
Among the aborigines of Anstralia

ner. but if he did be didn't sayi so
aloud. He crossed his legs the other
way and scratched the oth r heel, and
when Mrs. Gallup could restraig- her
tears she observed:
"I ain't leaving this house the way
some wives would. SamueL When I
am gone, you'll find your shirts and
socks and everything in the usual
place, and you won't have to sew on a
button. ,il even scald out the teapot
and scour out the dishpan if I have
time. If angels can look down from
heaven, then I want to look down and
see that I've left everything in order.
I want to ask you about angels. Sam-
uel Are they all old or young angels,
or are they sorter mixed up? 'Will I
be set back 30 or 40 years, or will I be
an old woman angel?'
She looked directly at Mr. Gallup
and waited .for a reply, but he was
reading how to make a hammock out.
of a flour barrel and he paid no heed
to the question.
"And are all angels purty. Samuel?"
she continued after awhile. "I've nev-
er been purty since I was a baby and
fell out of the winder, but if I've, got
to be an angel I want my face made
over as soon as I get up there. I'm not
gonl to be p'inted our fur my homell-
ness as I fly around. If I was, I know
I'd make up faces at some of 'em.
Will I be changed in the twinklin of
an eye and made as purty as the rest
of 'em?"
Something like a smile flitted ovet
the face of Mr. Gallup, but it was/prob-
ably caused by the article he was read-

occasion a gentleman I knew very w
was to officiate. It was his custom
limit his sermon to 20 minutes, prea
ing ex tempore, and always took c
his watch and hbl pocket hand
chief, placing them beside him bef
commencing. Thih be did as usu
and, finding a very convenient liI
round receptacle, stuffed the hand
chief into it. laid the watch on top a
fired away.
"The congregation was surprised
*see the old rector, Who was sitting
the bottom desk of the 'three deck
erection. which I suppose still stan
right in the center ind half way do
the aisle-not in the chancel, as in
modern churches--become very unea
In his seat He squirmed around a
looked up. though every one kn
quite well that he edbld not heal
word of the sermon. Finally he be
oned to the black gowned old verge
who carried a long wand. and wI
pered to him. The verger ascen
the pulpit and in turn Interruptedl
sermon by a whispered conversat
with the preacher, who was seen
suddenly grasp his pocket handki
chief and watch, smile and nod, a
then proceeded with his sermon.
had filled the receiver of the old r
tor's ear trumpet, which connec
with a tube to the lower desk, and
"rector had been unable to tell whetl
any sermon was going on or not
Washington Post

Hope For Him.
"Have vani Puav triaA to reuieno v



A Bit of Irish Repartee That Resto
ed Good Hamor-The Cause of
GeMeral Laugh In a Dublin Cath
drvl-A aInterrupted Sermon.
"An Irishman of the full blood ca
not resist an opportunity for report
ro matter how solemn the occasion
what his surroundings," said an En
lish clergyman, a .visitor in Washin
ton, the other day. when the convert
tion turned on the funny experience
of clergymen and the humor th
creeps into matters connected with t
"I was assisting an old friend
mine, the rector of a church in Irelan
one Sunday, and before the service '
were in the vestry room putting on c
robes, with the old sexton, a shrivel
up Irishman of the perfect type,
sisting. My friend, who was son
what old, was a little testy that mor
ing, and somehow the sleeve of 1
surplice got mixed up. Notwithstan
ing the assiduous efforts of the old se
ton to direct his arm to the right h
the two would not connect Final
losing patience, my friend said shai
ly: 'Oh, the old boy's in the thing.'
"The old sexton brightened up an
looking over at me, with a twinkle
his eye, said as quick as lightning, 'N
yit, your riverince.'
"It restored the good humor of t
situation, and the vestment was prop
ly adjusted.
"The only time I ever heard a cong
gation laugh unrestrainedly during t
regular services in a cathedral w
back in the eighties, when I was
resident of dear, dirty Dublin. On o
Sunday morning the bishop of Co
preached. Hle was a splendid man,
Irishman to the backbone and posse
ed of as fine a brogue as ever dist
guished a son of Erin. His congreg
tion was made up of the very essen
of fashion in Dublin, which, in th(
days. was one of the greatest soc
centers of the world. Notoriously, p
pie were living beyond their means, f
the income from the landed estates
Ireland had taken a big tumble. B
that made no difference, aad gc
dressing went as a matter of coui
and was one of the smallest of the
travagances. The bishop preaitched
the subject of extravagance and spo
particularly of overdressing. His s
mon was a bitter arraignment of t
sin of debt and the wickedness of s
ting the heart on fashion and dre
He attacked the overdressed worn
and wound up this particular referee
this way:
"'Now, supposing every one of y
every one. man and woman-shoi
stand up in this church, take off t
clothes ye have not paid for. just wa
in out with the things on your back
have paid for-a pretty looking lot
scarecrows ye'd be.'
"There was a pause until the r
significance of the suggestion had p
colated through the members of1
.congregation, then some one snicker
Every one was picturing to himself a
herself the real scene that would oc<
should the bishop's idea be carried ii
effect, while wife looked at husba
and members of ach family nudge
one another. The ludicrous side w
Irresistible and the laugh was genera
"I once attended church at Whall
a little village on the borders of LI
cashire and Yorkslmre. in England. T
church, which hadi been a part of t
old abbey, was built in the year 1
and is today one of the most inter
ing sacred edifices in Great Brita
The rector was a MIr. Whittaker, v
old. very stout andivery deaf. He h
occupied the living for 30 years, a
while he generally appeared in chui
and took some part in the services,.
was able to afford the luxury of a
rate and was always glad to secure
services of a friend' to preach. On 4



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ne Fast Freight and Luxuriou- Passenpcer Rwite to New York. B Wtton and the East

an Short Rail Ride to Savannah.
ss- Thence via palatial expre.. steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
in- way to New York. rcaaking close connection with New York-Boston shirs,
ga- or Soundtners.

information, ailingg scheduled, statenioin reservations, or call on
c E. H. HIXTO1T, Traffic Manuaer. WALrER HAWKINS, (en. Agt. Traffic Dept..
e- Savainah. Ga. 21 W. Bay St.. JacksoDnville, Fis
for --
u IFFlrida Central &

on Peninsular R. R.
ke T *f TabTl EfMotive November 19th, 1899.
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ryer New Orlean to Jaekso'vlll.
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tha ar S t. Loisa to JaskmTUI. viao k C It.

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ded topon gtrnal or res. .
the Coectons- At TallahB. with train on F C. &P. At Carrabelle with Apalachicolo
steams. At Apalachicola r'mtts booche [River Steamers.
ion U. 3. Mail Steamer Creecen ty will leave Analacfbicn!a daily at 6:30 o. Returning
to lvew belle daily, 1100 a. F. W.ARMISTRONG.Gen. Pass.AKt., Tal'ahassee, Fla.


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ie is at home this'

Old Tow
Cobb of
ret d
i pleasant
Georgp L
to Apala i
w danger
e. Onel

.han4red bushels

I of Potatoes remove
eighty pounds of "actual" Pot-
ash from the soil. One thou-
sand pounds of a fertilizer con-
taining 8% "actual Potash
will supply just the amount
needed. If there is a de-
ficiency of Potash, there will be
a falling-off in the croo.

We have some valuable
homan_ Humphressand Mrs. 8
Share 'iing Mis. J. H. Hum, books telling about composi-
her e near Miccoukie.
Tay r is was in the tion, use and value of fertilizers
P. Tay r Mfginniss was in the
dnefd y loking for a house. for various crops. They are
glad t earn Mr. Meginniss will,
s fa here and expects to sent free.
Sho in his nativecity. GERMAN KALI WORKS.
ead people with weak lungs 93Nassaut., New York.
er wi stubborn coughs is con-
. F y's Honey and Tar, f Mr and Mrs. J. Emet McGriff re-
time es the cold, heals the turned fromPanacea Satu
d al ys cures incipient coa- Mrs. J. F. Spears and Miss Sarah
1. t & 3ro. Spears are spending a few daps at Pana-
ev. S y L. McCarty received cea.
nous al to the pastorate of the "Catch the opportunity." By taking
erian burch Sunday, the 26th. Hood's Sarsaparilla now you may build
'art as filled the pulpit of the up your health and prevent serious ill
for t past year and gained the ness.
cd A fience of the congrega- Hon. Jno. L. Morgan. member of the
I R : ilroad Commission, left for his home
g t period of the "Tent" mret. at White Springs last week.
ntl wa established. Quihe a Mr. Wasb Bannerman, our- next
r esbs were enlisted.. County School Superintendent was cir-
r o emoer were en culating among his Tallahassee friends
volf thE fable put on sheep's last Friday.
9 betuse if he traveled on! his Bismarek s Iron Nerve
ut on he couldn't accomplish Bismareks Iron Nerve
pose Counterfeiters of DeVWitt's was the result of his splendid health.
Ha 1 Salve couldn't sell their Indomitable will and tremendous energy
s yves on their merits, so they are not found where Stomach, Liver,
m hoxes and wrappers lik De- Kidneys and Bowels are out of order.
out for them.. Take only If you want these qualities and the suc-
's zel Salve.. It cures piles ces they bring. use Dr. King's New Life
ski diseases. All dealers. Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25 cents at any
R. Gamble and Mrs. Gorge drug store.
ow re spending the season at Tallahaasee's charming representatives
Spring, Shenandoah county. at the Paris Exposition. Misses Annie
.Maxwell Rawls and Bessie M. Saxon. re-
O. ead, Misses Lizzie TAtum. turned home yesterday afternoon., le
5ch. der, Olivette Head an i Fen- sides visiting the Exposition they made
id tnt for a picnic to Ulnark an extended visit in other parts of Eu-

le la of h
els m e on
pinallB fo
. K p yov
a dose f Ch,
r Tal ts i
neve ave
acted n
Eale Wig!

health require that the
ce each day and Oie of
r violating this law is
ur bowels regular by tak-
amberlain's Stomach and
xhen necessary and y, u
that severe punishment
you. Price, 25 cents.
ht &Bio.

V. Balkcom left yesterday to
t a ition in Dickison drug store
onm vilie, Ga. Mr. Balkcom has
in labiassee for the past year and
f, d ivg w which time lie has made
t of I iends, all of % hom regret to
ml ve.s.
ia, he land of famine, thousands
e se they cannot obtain food. In
ica he land of plenty, many suffer
lie d because they cannot digest
oof they eat. Kodol Dyspepsia
di ts what you eat. It instantly
es d radically cures all stomach
l All Dealers.
ne Scarlett returned yesterday
short trip to panacea. He
picture of health, evidently
r experiences as noted in another
in by our special correspondent
i o harm.
. E. Thornton, representing S.
c Co., stationers, Atlanta, Ga.,
n e city Wednesday.
n miller, as an internal remedy,
Squal in case of colic, summer
t, dyspepti dysentery and
m ism. It is the best liniment in
W ld. Its action is like magic.
plied to bad sores, burns, scalds.
ins. For the sick headache, and
a e, don't fai to try it. Avoid
i es, there is but one Pain-Killer,
avis'. Price 25c and 50c.
G. Guodbody. of Bradford-
as iun the city Saturday and took
ge of t;.2 occasion to renew his
*on for the coming year.
Taylor & Child, architects
riders of this city. have just put-
p public building in the Surveyor-
l's office two large steel doors,
est weighing 2,500 pounds.
Volcanie Eruptions
nJ, but Skin Eruptions rob life
P-cklen's Arnica Salve, cures
also Old, Running and Feyer
Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns,
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds,
d Hands, Chilblaines. Best Pile
n earth. Drives out Pains and
Only 25cts. a box. Cure guar-
Sold by all druggists.
B. E. Day, of ourState Railroad
mission, left Monday to attend the
nation of the Southern Railroad
tnissioners, to beheld at Look Out
itain, Tenn. His family accom-
ed him and will remain there for
nth or more.

tr best fiiend can give you no bgt-
dice than this: 'Fot impure blood,
h s, scrofula, nfPrheum, dyspEpsia,
w nerves, tired feang, rheumasism,
catarrh, take Hood.s S.irsapa-
an b cured.

station is cured by Hood's Pills.


has returned from a

iC. T. & G. R.R. and
oIm Lnark yesterday.
ell and wife are back
it to Lanark.
vis and children went
icola last week for a

a stop a cough or cold
ere will be of fatal lung
ute Cough Cure is the
Dedy that gives imme-
ou will like it. All

What a splendid type of tireless
activity is the sum as the psalmist
describes it issuing like "a bride-
groom from his cLamber and rejoic-
ing like a strong man to run a race."
Every man ought to rise in the morn-
ing refreshed by slumber and re-
newed by rest, eager for the struggle
of the day. But' how rarely this is
so. Most people rise still unre-
freshed, and dreading the strain of
the day's labors. The cause of this
is deficient vitality and behind this
lies a deficient supply of pure, rich
blood, and an inadequate nourise-
ment of the >ody. There is nothing
that will give a man strength and
energy, as will Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It does this by
increasing the. quantity and quality
of the blood supply. This nourishes
the nerves, feeds the brain, builds up
the enfeebled organs, awi gives that
sense of strengthh and power which!
iiakes the stririg "good feeling" which follows the use
of "Golden Medical Discovery" is

Mr. J. M. Forbes vent down into not diue to stimulation :is it contains
Taylor county last week. arrested and no alcohol, whiskv or other intoxi
brought back Jas. D. King, who was cant. It des notbrace up the body
charged with selling liquor without a ut blds it Into condition of
lii!ense. He had to go as far as Stevens- but bulls it Ip iito a condition of
ville over 100 miles from this eity. He sound health.
also arrested in this city G. W. Walker
(colored) charged with the same offense. RULES FOR PRIMARY.
They were both brought before United continuedd fro.n First P.te.)
States CommisMioner W.C. Hodges last ...
week and bound over toappear for trial. such primary, or sooner, if all the
No Right To Ugliness. returns are in, meet at the county
The woman who is lovely in face. court house and publicly canvass the
form and temper will always have returns, and the chairman and secre-
friends, Lut one who would be attractive tary of said committees within two
must keep her health. If she is weak, s thereafter sha certify to
sickly and all run down, she will be ner- days thereafter shall certify to the
vous and irritable. If she has constipa- Chairman of the State Executive
tion or kidney trouble, her impure blood Committee the result of said primary
will cause pimples, blotchs, skin erup- election in their respective counties,

tions and a wretched complexion. Elec- i e p
trick Bitters is is the best medicine in the showing the result in each precinct,
world to regulate 'stomach, liver and and from the consolidated returns
kidneys and to purify the blood. It gives from the various counties, the SLate
strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, vel- executivee Committee shall, at 12
vety skin, rich complexion. It will makeI
a good looking, charming woman of a o clock on the 20th day of November,
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at all 1900, meet in the city of Jackson-
Drug Stores. ville and decide and declare what
Judge Geo. P. Raney and Mr. G. T. city having received a plurality vote
Rawls attended tle meeting of the has been chosen as the site for the
Democratic State Executive Committee State Caital, whether the vote cast
held in Jacksonville on Friday, August
25th last. Leon county and particularly shows a majority for or against the
this city is fortunate in having two such holding of a Constitutional Conven-
members of the committee to look after tion, what candidates have been nom-
their interests in the present cases. inated for appointment to State and
Judge Raney's reputation as a lawyerState and
a-id his straight forward old fashioned county offices by majority vote, and
honesty compels attention from even a in what cases, if any, a second pri-
demagogue while Mr. Raw4s' business mary is necessary.
training makes him a good member.

For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of

(Continued from First Page.)
The old Capitol building in the
.city of Tallahassee is not so prepos-
ses-ing and stylish as, the people of
Florida might desire; but it is good.
It answers the purpose splendidly.
Many of the good old farmers of our
State would like to possess finer and
more comfortable residences, but
those they have are sound and safe
and afford good shelter and comfort
to the occupant. They can't very
well afford to throw those old com-
fortable residences, with their sacred
memories, away and ,build others,
however able they might be, while
their neighbors were fighting for dear
life in common huts to keep the wolf
from the door.
If the State of Florida has become
so rich that she can afford to spend a
million or two to build a Capitol and
throw away the old house, worth not
less than a quarter of a million, in
A.-. _-_ -11 *lk ^ I- A _3 __

For the purpose of holding the
primary election herein provided for,
it shall be the.duty of the county ex-
ecutive committee in each county to
appoint not less than twenty days be-
fore said primary election from among
the qualified white Democratic vot-
ers in each precinct in said county
three intelligent, discreet and fair-
minded persons to be designated as
inspectors of election, one of whom
shall act as adlerk of election, to hold
said primary election in said precinct.
Should any of the persons so ap-
pointed fail to appear or refuse to
serve on the day of said primary
election said vacancy shall be filled
by the inspector or inspectors present
from among the white Democrats
present at the polls. If no inspec-
tor is present, the white Demo-
crats present shall elect inspectors.
Such inspectors shall, before open-
ing t1te polls, swear each other to a
faithful performance of their duties
and a true return of the votes cast
and in all respects so far as practica-
ble, they shall conduct said election,
canvass, declare and return the re-
sult in accordance with the provisions
of the general election laws of this
Such inspectors shall be paid one
dollar per diem for their services
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Notice. -
We regret to state that the mer-
chants have finally decided NOT to
close the stores at 6 p. m. after Sep.
tember 1st, as was announced in last
week's issue.
Gov. and Mrs. Bloxham. Mrs. A. L
Randolph and her daughter, Mue Mary
Page, Mrs. D. L. Walker and Miss
Courtney, and Mrs.' Cockrell, of Jack-
sonville, are at the Blue Ridge near
Roanoke, Va. Miss Courtney and Miss
Randolph are the belles of the Springs.,
A correspondent of, the Times-Union
saks: "The most pleasant social func-
tion of the season was a morning card
party given by Miss Courtney Walker to
her sister. Mis. A. W. CockrelL Only
married ladies were invited, and their
nicest gowns were donned for the occa-
sion. At 11:30 the tinkle, tinkle of the
tiny bell summoned the fair dames to
contest for the several prizes, which had
been selected with rare taste by the cul-
tured hostess The playing progressed
for an hour and a half, when refresh-
ments, in the shape of frozen claret
punch and cake, were served. Just as
this feast was finished, the orchestra
struck up the inspiring strains of the
Old Virginia Reel, and a genuine colo-
nial dame dance was immediately en-

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1 number of election precincts
h county, and the balance of
oney necessary to defray the
ses of said primary in any
y shall be provided by the sev-
county committees by assess-
on the various candidates, or
h other manner as they shall
e county executive committee
h county shall, through its
an, ten days before the hold-
f said primary, certify to the
rman of the State Committee the
ber of qualified white Demo-
c electors in each precinct in

Health to Mrs. Irchambo.
[LmTaUr TO M. sKEA1E 0o. 4SMS]
"DzAs Mas. PnirxaBx-For two
years I felt tired and so weak and dizzy
that some days I could hardly go
around the house. Backache and head-
ache all the time and my food would
not digest and had such pains in the
womb and troubled with leucorrhea
and kidneys were affected.
"After birth of each child I grew
weaker, and hearing so much of the
good you had done, I wrote to you and
have taken six bottle of Lydia EK
Pinkham's Vegetable compound one
box of Lozenges, one bol of Liver Pills,
one package of Sanativ Wash, and to-
day I am feeling as wel as I ever did.
When I get up in the morning I feel as
fresh as I did when a girl and eat and
sleep well and do all of my work. If
ever I feel weak again hall know
where to get my strength. I know
yourmedicine cured me6."-MRs. SALWA
The present Mrs. Piakham's experi-
ence in treating female ills is unparal-
leled; for years she worked side by
side with Mrs. Lydia V. Pinkham, and
for sometime past hashad sole charge
of the correspondence department of
her great business, t-eating by letter
as many as a hundredcthousand ailing
women a year. All women who suffer
are invited to write o Mrs. Pinkham
at Lynn, Mass., for ar vice, which will
be promptly given wi khout charge.

-M J.

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SThere is no end of

.Old Virginia Cheroo

to waste, as there is no finished end

cut off and throw away. When y

buy three Old Virginia Cheroots i

five cents, you have more to smol

and of better quality, than you ha

when you pay fifteen cents for thr

SFive Cent cigars.

Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked
year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents.
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Architect and Builder.

providing tickets, ballot boxes, etc.,
the various cities siring to enter
the contest for the ptate Capital site
are hereby assessed the sum of
81,000 each, provifled that if less
than five cities qualify for said pri-
mary election, thenithe cities that do
qualify shall pay prb rata such addi-
tional amount as riay be necessary
to make up the Isutll of *5,000,
said amounts to ) e paid lby said
cities into the treasury of the State
Executive Comminttee at the time
when thev tile notice of the intenti,n
of said itvy to enter such race, andi
the nale of no city shall le certified
to thie various county executive comn-
Sinittees as ia calndidate in said State
SC(:apital contest unless the treasurer
of the State committee shall have
certified to the chairman of tile said
State committee that said city's pro
rata li:as been so paid id to hils hands,
and no vote for a city that I4is inot
sO paid its pro r:ita assessment shall
1ie counted in said contest.
The ionley paid in by such citi-es
as qu(ialified for said race shall be dis-
trimuted by the chairman of the
State Executive Committee among
the different counties in proportion

Notice of Election.

To the ~liheriff of Leon Comity/, oi
the tat c of Flhorid:
ford. eeretary of State of the State o0 Flor.
ida, do hereby give notice that a
Will be held in I eon '-ounty, State of Florid
on 'uesdaiy next succeeding the fir-t Mondays
November, A. D. 1900, the said Tuesday Leii
For four (41 Presid.ntiial Electors:
For one Representative of the First C'on
sional District of Florida, in the Fifty -seven
oniress of the United States.
F;or Tovernor of the State of Florida.
For Secretary of the State of the State of FI-
For Attorney-General of the State of Florida
For Compi roller of the State of Florida.
For Treasurer of State of Florida.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction t
th- State of Florida.
For Colmissioner of Agriculture of the s e
of Florida.
* For Justice of the Supreme Court of the
of Florida.
For one Railroad Commissioner for the Statof
For two Members of the House of Reprcen -
tiycs of the State of Florida.
For County Judge.
For (lei k of tihe Circuit Court i
For Sheriffr.
For Tax Assessor.
For Tax Collector.
For County Treasurer.
For icouty Superintendent of Public InAttec-
For County Surveyor.
For Justiceof the Peace in and for the foll w-
ingJustice Districts, viz: Nos. 1,2,3,4,5,,< 7,
For Constable in and for the following Ju ice
Districts, viz: NosJ.1,2. 4,5,t,'; i
For three Members of the County Board of *tub-
lic Instruction. %
The attention of the Sheriff is called to the aw
requiring them to cause a notice of the said ec-
tion to be published in a newspaper printed in
the county, if there be a pa or in thecount : if
there be no paper published in the county, hey
shall cause at least five copies of this notice be
posted in the most public places in the coun .
In Testimony Whereof I have hereunti set
my hand and affixed the Great of
the State of Florida, at Tallah. the
( L. .) Canital. this he first day of Septenr,
A.D. 1900.
S- Secretary of State.
To John A. Pearce, Sheriff, Leon County.
27- 2m.
in the United States District Co rt-
Northern District of Floinda-In
In Re Amos M. Carlisle, Bankrupt.
Creditors Notice. t
judged Bankrupt, you are hereby
that on the 20th day of September, A. D. 900,
as ten o' clock a. m an application for the final
discharge of said bankrupt will be made to the
Judge of the United States District (o wrt, In
Bankruptcy, at Tallahassee. when and jhere
you may attend if you see proper.
JoHn J, HonOuS, Referee.


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All orders will receive prompt atter

We Guarantee Our Work to be First-Class in Every P
Prices Reasonable.

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board
* lot south of county jail.

Phone 87-

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eaci county.
upon the final canvass of the
vo s cast in said primary, if it shall
aplar that, by error or fraud, m,'re
vot s have been cast in any county or
pr .inct than could legitimately be
cas in such county or precinct, the
State Executive Committee shall
hafe power to correct the returns
front said county or precinct, so as
to. justly declare the result of said
el tion.
'.ach candidate for the State
CJital site, and each candidate for
o0 ce being voted for shall have the
ri ht to place one watcher and'chal-
ile ger -at the polls in each precinct in
e ry county, which said watcher and
cllenger shall be entitled to be
p sent during the entire time the
Uls are open to challenge voters and




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also to witness the count
vote and certifying of the
ter the polls are closed;
lists, returns, and other
the election shall be pr
the county executive
ter the primary has been
The primary polling pl
each precinct be ai near as
ble to the place of holding i
ral election on said day.

"P)R SALE.-Cottage at int
rooms, hall for iinin;g o,
servant's room. If you W.ant a reali
on J. ('. Trice at Taliaht'.u-;ea oib4c
d ie Florida, .3 miles of eily..0
residence, barns, etc. For teius aPli
Mc1;rifl ___
. one lot to) a vuhol' block, ro.m
$,0tx), union which ar. pI:ling h1
110now ill trtion 1p2 lcrcn lit. net.
W. Mcerill'.
rt.ere-st in the Lon- Grove Lot.
Sept.14, I4^1. .L
S iK SALE-My resiolcih,- 4,1n 4-at
F oR SMLE-As I inh to i:.rove
. rty I oftir for sadlc at a b,, IT
on Clinton stre, t- 1.
UlK SALE-EGS(;i Fitl0 V,'l
Sbt st rain of uramts ini i' L'Uie
$.00 per setting of :1. A'inltr c p
Mitnning-ton. Fla.
jiR RENT -Five rooln ,,-,U:.I fo
Jpunfurnishled. Apply to F. v. Gilai
Cottages onfl luule\ail St. Apw
ltobert McioluIrall.



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