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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: September 20, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00011
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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I M T t \Tyes, it does prove so to many lobby- one and a half times better and "of- "Believing as we do that the col- Ige gave aswell upper on last
.BI 11-T .T ists, bummers and politicians who fered" the site and $250,000! 'ges of Florida are equal to those of e ening. People froni near and far L IH
-"_ swarm like flies around every meet- How princely all that sounis!'lty other State in the South, we see me'to enjoy the sumptuous repast.
Ptahe playing of the Legislature; but would Now the facts are (and facts are n, 'reason why the said association ter thqv had partaken bountifully
sites Pla onll 0 tlh 16 Real not we all be better-off if the ex- what we voters are after)that neither cannot be formed in this State. o the elegimt supped, cakes were JOereO A. Davis t6 ViCt
Sttoun pense were so great that these fel- city has offered anything at all! Florida is the only State in the South r eill, the most beautiful young n
sistatl n lows could not afford to go at all? Neither city can offer anything ex- in which there is no such association. ly to get the prettiest cake. Miss 0 0U ilaIS
But to be fair, we will suppose cept through its corporate authority; Our. sense of. pride should spur us on ilma Trammell, without opposi-
S PEOPLE'S INTE STS thatnotwithstandinall things else, neither city's corporate authority toallin line and be equal to the other ti n, was the winner Miss Jones SHOT THROUGH A WIDOW
E P L EIwe feeTl that it would be a pleasure can offer anything without being iD-tutions of the Southland.: b ing second, received he next cake.
SiV Re and pride to the State to have "one authorized by a vote of the people to :Ve have received words of en- us the evening pasedd.
As Viewed by OneoTfTemL great commercial centre, with a fine issue bonds for the amount; neither couragement from the presidents of A. SPECTATOR. No effort to Escape
-mote from e aCapitol building in the midst of it." city can submit such a question to the the following Florida colleges, all of Locked
]t is the duty of every v er to Very well; but do we also feel that people, because the Constitution of' which institutions we hope to have (Cuts and Bruises Qukkly Healed.
carefully consider this subectUn- we would be willing to have a taxof the State does not permit it; neither, enter the State Association: West hambrain's Pa Bm applied twelve o'clo b n an
fortunately' we who are the a couple of million dollars levied city, in the absence of any constitu- 'Flrida Seminary, Tallahassee; East c i allay paikeamjwill Mrs. Emma Williams, the south-
inas:es of the people, too oft do upon and collected from our meagre tional impediment, would be m t 3 re Florida Seminary. Gainesville; Flor- h I the parts in lesstimehan any other west part of the city Jeffeon A
t think for ourselves on subj of resources to giatify our pride and modest degree likely to indue- the ida Agricultural College, .A-ke t tent. Unless the -injury is vrywas shot through a window
n in concern. It ios so y to pleasure? Or would it be just or people to saddle themselves with a City; Rollins College, Winter also crt wlle rh not laveis a sar. Pans, and, so it is stated, mortally edow
public concern. It is so y to Pl Im also cures rheumatism, sprai. an, so it is stated, mortally wounded
heed a plausible speaker or r, to kind to our posterity to hand down burden of a tenth of a million dollars Park; Florida Conference College, selings and lamenes For sale by Quite a number of stories have since
ee everything as he presents t and to them such a burden? in the one case and a quarter of a Leesburg South Florida Military In- eight & Bo. and all n.dicin dealers. been in circulation regarding the a-
million in the other case, to build a ,stitute, Bartow; and John B. Stetson f f which we
to follow his lead without qu stion, But let us take up the next reason house for the State, which would be University, and John B. ton Oppositi fair rom which w glean the fol-
that we, either through indol ce oi given for removal: ,The present h ustaGeneral Patrick IIu ustoun, Flor- lowing as being the most protbalc
indifference, submit to being ta s led Capitol building is too small, too the exclusive property of the State, To form the said Association in idt's present distinguished Adjutant- story.
around by our noses. If w would weak to protect the Sate's valuables, and which, if built at all, should be this State it will be necessary for the ght late v left
only arousend by our oself-respect, our and is fast going to decay." A and would be built by the State at students of the different institutions neral, and lion. George Tuesday night lat Dvis lft
only arouse our self-respect, o our and s fast going to decay larg, and not at the expense, in an t send a representative to meet' alker, the able State Attorney in Bal's pool room and wen to the
own thinking and analyze wn often characterized it as "an old hulle ad such disproportionateidegree, of any representatives from each of the tl s Circuit, will have no opposition home of Mrs. Williams, where he
so-called leaders say we wou often characterized it asan old hu an community; neither city, if all the ob- other colleges, to adopt a constitu- i the Democratic primary next No- was boarding. En route home he
find that we had been led by phia- fire trap-a fit habitation for owlscmni ewere removed and tion and c ls ad t a t v mber. Capt. E. ose, of Kis- becae sick, so much so that whe
false ideas, false stateme s- and bats." Upon examination, how- stacles mentioned were removed and tion and by-laws and select a date t E. at w
false ideas, false, perh ever, we find the facts are thus the sanction of the people could be and place for the annual nfetings of a mee, is the only candidate entered he arrived he was vomiting. About
h designs, and caused, perh '41) ever, we find the facts are thus: obtained, wouid yet be able to make the association. f State Chemist. 'ion. W. A a half hour lr o perhaps not
ote against our own interests. Pol- CAPITOL BUILDING AT TALLAHASSEE. obtained, for there is no one to Thecost of the State Asocia- wls, who has held te office during quite so long, some one fired at him
iticians and schemers are q ckto Dimensions: 151 feet long and whom the oer co ld be made- tion will be small and is borne by the j past seven years, declined early through the window, nearly the
note the advantage we king 53 feet wide; exterior walls brick, 24 there must, in such a case, be a third students of the several State col- year to be a didate for re- whole load of buckshot taking effect
people leave within their grasp d to inches thick; interior brick walls party to hold the stakes, and require Ic ,es. a poitment.
make use of it at our expense. brick, 16 inches thick; columns of the securities, and there is no such "We believe you can readily see he emergency bazs ent by a church The party who did the shooting
Now then, for once, let who porticos 13 feet in circumference and party, nor could one be created, for whereby such an association will be iety to Kansas soldier in he Philip- a new a he ran of
have been in the habit of a wing 34 feet high, resting on bases 5 feet there is no power in existence to cre- beneficial to the college men of our P es contained among the necessities a and it was found there subsequently.
other men to do too much f our square and 12 feet high. ate such a party, and the State could State and hope you will help us to of DeWitt's WiLch hazel Salve, the This was identified as the property
ti- 111 known cure for prtcs, injuries and of John Willams, husband of the
thinking for us, take up this matter "This massive building was con- not possibly represent itself in any form the same. To accomplish this in d e. The ldi too f Jhnk care toilham husband of the
and think it out for ourselves- t will structed in the most substantial and such barter and sale of the privil- end we ask you to elect a student to ,otain the original DeW tt's Witch Ha- woman at whose house Davis wa
require only a few minute. durable manner, and is today as safe ege! represent your college at a meeting z lalve. knowing that .all the counter- sying, who has been living apart
Why should ihe Capital re- and sound as when originally built. Now just see whit a vast amount t be held in the city of Jacksonville s are worthless. All dealers. from her for some time. This and
,moved/ This is the quest n we The outer and inner walls were built of poppy-cock these alleged argue. on the 13th of October, 1900. A Big Land eal. other c cumstances pointed to Wii-
want answered in our minds fore of solid brick, each office, or room, ments in favor of' Capital removal are "When we meet in Jacksonville J. T. Bernard & Sn, real estate hams as the assailant.
we vote on it. Many s leged asons being surrounded by brick walls as shown by analysis to contain, and we hope to see a representative from d alers, this city, have just concluded- Davis' condition was at once pro-
have been urged for its remove 1, but completely as a separate brick build- what an explosion of gas has fol- your institution with us. a F ig land deal in Libetty and Frank- bounced hopeless by two physicians
none seemed to possess bO mu im- lng, anti the entire building made lowed the pricking, of this now "Very truly yours, liD counties. The sale embraces b~e (Drs. Philbrick and Gunn) who were
portance, perhaps, as the ma ter of practically fire-proof. blasted bubble! "W. B. CRAxWFORI,, tWeen 189,000 and 1S0,000 acres and called to dress the wounds. Several
"accessibility." Other cities which "The first floor of the Capitol build- In view of all the subterfuge and "ASA. B. CLARK." tle price obtained was an average of shot had lodged inside and internal
want the Capital, stress their more: ing consists of eight large offices, and whoop and hurrah, that has been un- n, the neighborhool of 82.0i per imm6rhages were ,oin on all the
central location and greater rIiroad two rooms for State Armory, etc., masked, and in the light of plain, sol by making t hrob e lood pure a e. It was purchase for the tim- tie.
facilities. There being less dtance with a wide hall extending through simple, common sense, and with the digestion perfect by taking liood's Sar- b r and may lead to extn-ive oper- Earl\y yesterday mnoriimj Mrs
totravel; and so, less expen they the building, besides a large open hall eltish-not paitriotic-designs that sapailla. Its (ure; of scrofula, .alt atlons in the timber iusiniess at an Williams went before mountt Jdge
say we all would go to the Ca tal to in the centre. In one of the rooms glAre through the plans and purposes rham, dyspepsia. nervousness and tlat eb'ly date. I I A. Whiihl d ,,, e a f
transact our business with t seat on this floor there is an immense ab- of the unworthy agitators of Capital tired feeling are legion. it cr William wih the
of government. solutely fire-proof vault, built y one removal so revoltingly before our tson-irritatig cathartic i Hood's sed heexre hr shooin, and he was sbsun
Another reason for removal, which of the leading Safe Companies, in eyes, what. is our duty to ourselves.- i a d doctors declare nitarlvall the pros- arrested by Shcriff o.Ihn A learce
is calculated to influence vot rs, is which is stored all of the valuable and to our children? .^ -- ne c t tions were inducedbdis',dersof the and placein jil to awcitthe rs
the assertion that the presen~Capi- land records. On the second floor, It has been clearly shown by care- About a year a' M- :. .:' "i la r- "-of te .wouid :--"
tol building is too small and to old, which has a wide hall and rotunda, ful and competent calculation (and Sweting lost a beautiful gold watch. you et. If you hve indigestion 'ring the foeon yesterday
and is in a crumbling and ,nsife therre are nine offices, and the Su- ha. not been denied) that to accom- he employed Joe Donaldson to dyspepsia it will quickly relieve and Vis sent for Jdge Whifiel
condition, insufficient to protect the preme Court oom and Library, the plish the removal as contemplated, help hunt for it. oe found and p anently cure you. All D ers. upon te matters arrival stat that
valuable property of the Ste de- latter containing over ,000 valuable would cost the State, first and last,t p Tallahasee ill et it.
posited within it.. I books, with space for several thou- not less than two millions of dollars. the search. When it was over he p eenuanmanti-Caapital reeiovat tedoe an ee to
Another reason or indecent to sand more in the consultation rooms. Our State is, in its great southern teusac et a oer he p hen nt ta e n ite- re sal evera
ftr" b hi h ; gracefully accepted a quarter for his p produces argument that the Met. witnesses were pr'^pnt and hyrd th
remove the Capital is tile "off r" by In the Treasurer's offic-e, which is districts, at least, sadly impoverished services and walked off with the pot meet, it calls this arut ti tee e he he
one or two cities of substantI aid situated on this floor, there is a large by the loss of its orange groves; young lady's watch. Nearly a year h, bosh or something of that sa- Williams with the crime large
.in bearing the great expense i iden- absolutely fire-proof vault, securely thousands have been reduced from later (last week) Joe was arrested t or accuses theefitor of i
tal to the change.bultfrote oduodt later (last week) Joe was arrested t e, or accuses the-e eitor of being LT"'-As 1' go to preAs w?
tal to the change. built from the ground up, containing comfort to poverty; we are unable to for breaking into Gilmore & Davis g ilty of the "baby act." It is a bitter learn that Davis' c4onitri, is now
There are other excuses named a splendid chilled .steel safe, with bear any more burdens and taxation Co.'s store, and was charged with pi we are aware, brother, but you much better, nl hos ar enter-
for asking the people to vote r re- time lock, whiqh affords ample pro- than we are carrying; should we, possessing other goods. He sent to take it, for, just s sure as the i ed for his recover enter
Spossessingo1 trer goos th. He sn tt* possessing other goods. He sent to m st take it, for, just as sure as the tainted for his recovrrib
moval, but they are trivial bes e the section for all the funds and secur- therefore, vote to increase our load to a friend for "that watch," and when s sheds his beams on the Land of r
seeming magnitude of those bove ties of the .State. The third floor theextent of two millions of dollars for it fell into Sheriff Pearce's hands, lo F wers on the 6th of November, s Tacher Who assed
enumerated. Those are pI visible contains a large open hall or rotunda, a measure that is not now a necessity, and behold! it proved to be Miss s e will Tallahassee. receive that rofeor J. F. o oery, ro-
enough to convince the average two large offices, a large library, di- that could not, and would not, help Sweeting's property. Mr. Sweeting's p reality vote.-Madison Recorder. fessor l F. De milly and Miery. Clarao-
voter-the purpose for which they vided so as to be used for committee us to any degree in our distress, that photograph had been carefully re- e F.Deorit lly and Mis Clara
were intended. rooms, and in addition the Senate would be only a public luxury and ex- moved from the back Joe will e you a sense of -fullness in the re- Felkel, constituting a grading com-
And now that we have ob ned Chamber and Hall for the use of the travagance, and of no direct benefit tessa gi of your stomach after eating? It so mittee for county school teachers un-
th will be benefited by using Chambrv n dergoing examination, have been busy
the chief reasons why the pital House of Representatives. There to any except to the city that would dictments when the next gand jury 's Stomach and Live Tablets- Theyexaminationhave been busy
should be removed, let us examine are also min use im the building fifteen be the successful candidate? meets. He has been trusted by al- cure belching and sour stomach. all the past week. The following is
the other side (as thinkers, dp not fire-proof safes' which are sufficient Is not the whole scheme as transpar- most everybody and has' no doubt T y regulate the bowelstoo. Price, 25 the grades made by examinees:
forget there are invariably twc sides for the security of the valuable rec- ent as a fish net, and does it not, in- abused the trust in many more in- t sold by Wight & Bro. Whites-First Grade, Miss Grzice
to a question) and see if there l any ords and papers of. the different deed, stretch itself round about us as stances. Just how many more will What a Record I Knapp, Mrs. Martha B. Eppes, Miss
stronger reasons why the (4pital offices. These offices and rooms af- a great seine to gather us allin, like a come to light, however, it is hard to here is no fight against Tallahas- Margarette Randolph; Second Grade
should not he removed. ( ford ample accommodations fbr the lot of.stupid, helpless fish to be de- estimate .-Metropolis. B. F. Maxwell, Mrs. Elizabeth C.
We wtl first ascertain whether State Officers and the Supreme Court. voured for the fatness of its greedy he Democrats of Florida know Eppes and Miss Margarett W. Cot-
the arguments used for remove can The Legislativq Halls are more than manipulators? God forbid that we A Frightful Blunder th the fight is between Jackson- ten; Third Gmade, Miss Bell Brown
be sustained, and will take 4 the large enough for the two deliberative should be such dupes? Let us vote Will often cause a horrible Burn, v^ e and Tallahassee.--Metropolis. Colored-Second Grade Mrs
question of accessibility first., We bodies to use with every comfort."- No! A. E. PHiuPs. Scald Cu t or Bre. ucklen's n o Arnicp of the ap re- Hasty Jenkins, Mrs. IIa T binson
will admit that, geographically. Tal- Copied from Rcdport of Committee on Sanford, Fla., Sept. 14, 1900. pain and promptly heal ith Cures Old val "issue" have the removers Mrs. Amanda Parish, Munroe Duno
lahasee is by no means cent ral and the ground in Tallahassee this sum- A atin Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, f ed to get on both sides of every can, Mrs. M. A. Duncan, Miss Ellen
that sne has not so great or so nany mer. Oratrical Association. Corns, all Skin Erutions. Best Pile tion that has arisen. What sort Johnson. Mi C i ........


transportation facilities as someother Now what should be said of the 'The tollowing circuar letter ibs e- cure on earth. n unyi cs. a box. Dire .. .. Pt""
places. Yet, if th. Capital were speaker who made the statements ing mailed to the students of the dif- guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. o a record is this to go before the Third Grade, Mrs. Laura Patterson,
placed nearer our doors and- at a above quoted ir a public speech in ferent colleges in Florida: Dr. Geo. S. Wilson. h est voters of the Patterson, J ia We M lice
railroad hub, would the fact be of Jacksonville? Lt would be impolite Tallahassee, Fla., Sept. 19th.-Be- On Friday, the 7th inst, Dr. Geo To the Deaf. Garretts, Mrs. Mary A. hitaker
any special interest or advantage to to say he was lying, so we will not lieving that the school system of S Wilson d ied at his country place, r.ch lady cured of her deafne and Miss Emma J Reed Mrs. Mary T.
us'or the average citizen or voter say that, but wi I leave the public to Florida is equal to any in the South, Thomas City, in Jefferson county, n s r, M annieBthe
throughout the State. Do we who mke the comparisons between his and that an association of the college and was brought here on the follow- cial Ear Drums, gave $10.O to his Norman, Henry G. Edwards and f.
are the business men, the far ners, statements and the facts, and arrive men of Florida would be beneficial in day for burial in the city cme- ite, so that deaf people unable t H. Stroman.
the mechanics, the laboring nen- at inevitable conclusions, to the several institutions of the pm cure the Ear Drums mat have them
the e'ry class of people who f@ the Now, we subiait that if the Capital State,'we ask and invite you to help Wtory"h p fe ;. Addres. No. 1296 The Nicholson
t h d'it "ri ir.7Wilson practiced his profes-eh Avenue, New d w Arred for Vagrancy.
most part, constitute the real ;oun- must needs be removed, it does not us form the FloridaInter-Collegiate sion-dentisty-in this city for yI k. 14-y By intrctin o 7 Bo l
action, the strength, the charter, follow that the agitators and repr- Oratorical Association." more n and had
the sinews (if not the wealth) of sentatives of ant place"should resort "The purpose of the association hundreds of frientys,t ndwhom the dThey Wll o Ct Do It. Conty Cms sioners, sheriff
communities-do we have anykmdi- to deception an4Wguments that do will be to meet once, each year at unexpected news of his death was a he Tallahassee Capital League S Pee, lastgThursday, ard feur-
id business aP te Capita? sienobear thee__argmewseof hit deathwasa ui eerthe Soung
tidual business at the al? si ot semblance of fact. some convenient place to be 6eleeted great shook.
from what little correspondent' we Ou nt however, that such by the officers of the association. At i ture that contains plain, co- the charge of vagrancy and habitual
may some times need to have wi'h a course can but react with the thun- these meets the different colleges en. fromdispepsia and kindred ailments ein favor of unanswer Cpital remaininguns bar rooms. theytwereadbroughtd up
the Agricultural Department, des of truth, ad defeat such men teringthe association will be repre- brought on by too close confinement, re it is ad ere it as been bfor Judge Whitied ad required
have weto do with the seat of gv- and measures. sented by one representative. These he -abandoned his office here alto- tthe year 1823 We haly to show by witnesses that they were
erment, save to send our law- er This speaker s by no means alone, representatives from several gather and went into the timber bus- ot on bh
.r ... ... ,'? Trne. som os e Others in the sakne city, whose words stitutions will ontes for a gold ess. His health improved and he A a n h itn,..poye or ther wllng-
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Ebenezer has ma five points. We lered back to the -garden of Eden or
will now hear frol Jonas Bebee on Dan'l in the lions' den?"
the negative side." Alvin stuck fur Julius Cesar and
"Foller me back the days of Julius went ahead. He found Julius poor and
Cesar." began Jon as he rose up. discouraged and livin on turnips, and
"I object!" prote. Ebenezer. "Hay- he related how the young man sat
in follered me bac the meeting can't down and thought it all over and then
toiler Jonas. I ap al to the referee." decided to steal a bog. He stole'one,
"I shall have to verrule the objec- sold him for $3, doubled his money on
ti. on." said the de n. "We follered a hoss race and finally made a place
Ebenezer back, an we must give Jo- and name for himself. Had he con-
ass jdst as good a show. If he's got tinted to be honest he would have
anything new about Julius Caesar, we'd starved to death and been buried at the
like to hear it." expense of the town. His dishonesty
"When Caesar w a ybung man of enabled him to become king and to do
22. he hadn't a d lar to bis name." good to millions.
continued Jonas, ud. though he of- "The tallies are even so fur," said the
" Gre Hmin Inch, deacon as Alvin sat down, "and we'll
now hear from Philetus Johnson on the
He" 'A ae an El.'" affirmative sde." .
"F a olerme back to the days of Julius
Le saest, icrobe gain todgment Caesar." began Philetus as he rose up.
in yourt body and r w e semf.w and then thar was a row. It was a
e dished. 7: obe is microscopic full ten mints before order was re-
b the germs Leco inches and then e's stOred, and during that time most ev-
d m e body got his head punDhed at least
of pain. Moods ap illa ds once and his coat torn up the back.
microbe, prevents e pain, purifies the BT and by Deacon Spoouer said:
blood and effects .nanent cure. *It's a shanm and a disgrace to the
9 town of Jericho to carry on in this
way. I notice that Lish Billings. who
don 't belong on either side, has jest
come In. Lish. do you want to say
4)aythinglf*
rNot very much," replied Lish as he
ioked around. "I'd simply like to ask
s t E Ifanybody here has lost this half dol-
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Simonton, P. G. Wall, Peter O. credit and Interest and th of others
Knight, T. M. Shackleford, C. C. may be committed. Witho the third,
h, JTo B. fd, C. H. nothing can be well done, d without
Wilson John B. Johnston, W. H. the *fourth opportunities o great ad-
Reynolds, Jefferson B. Brown, R. H. vantage are lost, which 1 is impos-
M. Davidson. sible to recall.
All parties are cordially invited to
attend.
W. B. HENDERSON,
Chairman.
Attest-P. G. WALL, Secretary.
Supplied Anotherp.
At a dinner in Rottingdean a Royal No woman can be too ful of
academician stated to the company No woman rn beg tohe efl ofb
the curious fact that sugar and m fac her condlittleon d are oNeget
are the only two words in Enlish fore her little ones are bo Neglect
where su is pronounced as shu. or PerU tratment enda-
There was much interest shown In gerher ifeandthat of child It
the discovery, when Rudyard Kipling ties with her whether she suffer
was heard from the other end of the ecessaly or whether ordeal
table. "But are you quite sure? shallbe made comp t ey easy.
She had better do nothi than do
The sword of Sir William Wallaee la something wrong.
in the Wallace tower, a stone structure
in Stirling, two miles from the castle. M Ut s
It is a two edged sword of massive
proportions and great weight, and it
Is said four strong men are required
to wield It.
Jumping the rope is suggested for 1 the s oe and the ony lparatIoy
middle aged people afflicted with lUver that is safe to use. It is liniment
troubles. that penetrates from outside.
External applications eternally
A EXAS WONDER. right. Internal medicine are radi-
ail's Great Discovery. cally wrong. They are ore than
One sm bottle of Hall's Great D 'soery. ea humbugs-theyendanger e.
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A SUBJECT DWCUSED BY THE JER.
ICHO DEBATiNG SOCIETY. a

alp Perkins, the Poetmaster, Tels
How the Orsamiation Wa. Started tLAAR & RANKIN SbG CO..
and How It caue to @an #atiely I dot recommend P iC Cw
and ngorious a |a* minath. tnly. I mumt .s,
[Copyriing 10w y c. B. Lewis.] Iwe my baby'slife to i .
SThe Jericho Deilatin society was I I arWUW y ask al -mtm who
Square Joslyn's id4at. It dawned on ha k sickly er delicate hdreU J0
him one afternoon a s he was hoein in o try -i bottle and wat tihe
his garden, and that evening he come 7 ralt will be. Respectfily.
over to the post cie and made a Mas. LIZZIE MURRA.
Speech and started the ball rollin. A Johbam's Statieo Ga.
'week later the society had its first
mneetin. There w4s a hot time fur it
about an hour. Of the 40 men present p OM
35 wanteal to be i esldent, but after i6s ,Ak w .f a MbAf
awhile, and by put n ii two votes fur
himself, the squar was duly elected. -.' -
Deacon Spooner wa made referee, and
the other offices wan't struggled after ferd to dig out stumps fur f5.eents a
to any extent. Th re wasn't any de- day, he couldn't bit a job. He had
batin at the first meeting, but Squar made up his mind to hang himself
Joslyn made a s h of acceptance when he found a stray mewl in the
hch raised then rice of butter, in wqods. He knew he ought to advertise
Jericho 10 cents a iund. After sayinth mewl and restore him to his owner,
that he wouldn't e. change places with but dishonestycarried the day. nHe
the president of th United Sitates he sold the critter to the firt may who
began with the yea 750 B. C., and the would buy, and with the $12 he re-
way he come whi in along down to cefved he went into politics and pushed
the year 1900 ma the glass in the along until he finally became onp of the
wlintows rattle. H excited the crowd greatest men of his time. He lived
as he hit Nero, bro ht applause as he fur 30 years after stealin that mewl.
touched on Columius, and when he and he was honored and respected
got through with Washington there *and had a good time and died lamented
wasn't no holding l os Williams, and' by all."
Jonas Bebee and A ron Bradshaw was "'*That's a tally mark on the negative
in tears. After th speech was over side." said the deacon, "and the points
Elder Spooner figg red It up and de- spm to be about even."
dared that the sq r had made 27 dif- "But whar did Jonas git his facts?"
ferent points in his ration, which was asks Ebenezer.
four points more th n Demosthenes or *iWhar did you git yours?" asked Jo-
Cicero had ever ma. e. na- in reply.
The subject fur ebate at the next The deacon said the speaking had best
zneetin was "Does I honesty Pay?" The continue, and he called upon Aaron
Bradshaw, who was on the affirmative
sido. fur his argument
S"Foller me back to the days of Julius
7-, :o Ca.sar," began Aaron. with a wave of
his haid, but when be had got that fur
rN -1 both Ebenezer and Jonas tried to yell
..him down and appeal to the referee.
IN "I've got to give Aaron a fair show,"
replied the deacon. "*If he wants to be
follered back to the days of Juliut
SLC sar. this society has got to tag along
behind him. It's rather a cur'us coin-
cidenee tlht tie three of you want tc
S l 'T3. be foll'red back to the same man. but
Hal tihe Word in Darkness
1Ii S -. _-il ti w.iuld s.art to treat their ki.Ineys
SWith Fo y's Kiney Cure. tihe weariness
10iP' oL body amiduinid, backache, headache
aUi'ind rhlemnattc v,.iis would disappear.
^, Wi/iht & Bro.
that's none of rmy business. Go on,
Aaron."
Aaron went on. Hie had it that Cal-
IFOLLER ME BACK TO-THE DAYS OF JULIUS sar Was po:"r and out of a job and dis-
C ." "coura:gY(i w:Vhon he happened to find a
number on the atfirtpative and negative diamond ring in a inudhole. lie could
side was about even. and Ebenezer have got an, advance of $50 on it at a
White was appointed to lead off and pawnbroker's, but he actually went
tell how honesty -paid him. Each hungry fur three days while huntin up
speaker was to be limited to ten min- the loser. Struck by such a display of
Its. Ebenezer hat been thinking it unsellisih honesty, the owner presented
Over fur three or four days, and when him with $75, took him under his wing
he got up hlie began Ivlth: and in time made himin king."
"Foller me back t the days of Julius "That's nnotlher tally fur the affirma-
Caesar. \Vhea Caes" was a young mau tive," said the deacon, "and I guess
of 22. he hadn't a dollar to his name I'll give Aaron the same number of
.and no shbw to strike a job. Hlie had points as the rest. Alvin Ridwell, of
about made up bhi mind to commit the negatives, is hitclhin around in an
suicide when he fund a five dollar anxious way. and we'll hear what he's
goldpiece in the ron a. His first thought got to say in favor of dishonesty."
was to use the moe*y to start in bui- "Foller me back' to the days of Julius
ness. but it was 1nly a temptation. Caesar," began Alvin in his rambling
His honesty wouldn't permit such a voice, but thar was yells and whoops
thing.. He went around inquirin who and protests from Ebenezer, Jonag and
had lost $."5. and a, length found the Aaron.
owner. and the owner took a likin to "It's a cur'us coincidence, I'll admit,"
him and pushed hinr along until he was said the deacon when he could be
finally made a kin'" heard. "but I don't see how we kin
"That's one tally iark fur the affirm- help but foiler Alvin back if he insists
nativee side." said *he deacon as the upon it. Everybody must have a fair
speaker sat down. 'and I decide that show. Alvin, hadn't you as lief be fol.


c-.:;ut ;a thA president put CAMPAIGN DAT .
on his hat and said: -_]
"Instead of follerin anybody else State and CMV ui I kars WiH
back to the days of Julius Csar. I Unite In Bothd
guess we'd better foUler Lish Billings Umit m BO .
down stairs and call the thing bust.-, September 7-St. ugustine,
ed." M. QUAD. night.
September 8-Fernand a. night.
pe..ceiati c ng. September 10-Maccle y, day.
Doct Speak September 11-Lake y, day.
Hon. $. M. Sparkman, nominee for September 12- Jasper, ay.
Congress for the First Congressional September 13-Live 0 day.
District, together with other distin- September 14-Madiso day.
guished speakers. will address the September 15-Milton, av.
people on the dates and places men- September 17-Pensac a, night.
tioned below: September 18--DeFuni k, day.
September 15-Milton, day. September 1i8-Milliga night.
September 17-Pensacola,.night: September 19-Westvi e, day.
Septeriber 18-D)eFuniak Springs, September 20-Vernon day.
day. September 20-Chipley night.
Septemiber 1 8-Milligan, night. September 21--Marian day. ,
September 19-Westville, dav. September 22-Quincy day.
September 20-Vernon, day." September 24-Wewah tchka,dav.
September 20-Chipley, night. September 25-Bloun own, day.
September 21-Marianna, day. September 26-Bristol, day.
September 22 -Quincy, day. September 27-Apalac icola, day.
September 24-Wewahitchka, day. September 28-Carrab le, day.
September 25-Blountstown, day. (Party will divide both m i tings).
Septeipber 2(--Bristol, day. September 28-Cra fordville,
September 27-Apalachicola, day. day. (Party will divide th meet-
September 28-Carrabelle, day-.- wings .
Speaking party divide. September 29-Tallah e, day.
September 28 Crawfordvilie, October 1-Monticello, ay.
day. October 2-Perry, day.
September 29-Tallahassee, day. October 3-Mayo, day.
October 1-Monticello, day. October 5-Lake lutle day.
October 2--Pcrrv, day. October U--Gainesville, ay.
October 3--Mayo. day. October 8-Ocala, day.

October 10-Lakelanvd. night. October 8-Leesburg, d y.
October 11 Bartow, day. October 9-Wild woodl, ay. .
October 12-Arcadia, day. October 9-Orlando, ni lit.
Otob(r 13--Ft. Myers, night. October 10-Kissimme day.
October 16-Brooklyn, day. October 10-Lakeland, eight.
October 17-Inverness, day. October 11 --artow, d .
October 18-Dade City, da. October 12-Arcadia, d y.
October 20-Key Wet, nit. ctoer 13-Fort Mye night.
October 22- raidento wn, night. October 10-Brooksvill day.
October 22--Tlamnpa, night. d October 17-Inverness, lay.
October 26-Cedar Key, night. October 18-Dade City day.
October 27- Bronson, nig. October 20-Key West night.
By arrangement between the State October 22-Braidento, n, day.
and the First Coniiressional District October 22--Tampa, ni ht.
Committees, tie State and Congres- October 23-1)eland, nI ht.
sional speakers will meet together at October 24-P-l:.tka, dl yv.
the above named appointments. October 25- Green Cov Springs,
The following distinguished speak. day.
ers, to ether with others, have been October 26-Cedar Ke, ,, night.
invited to participate in said cam- October 27--lroiison, < ly.
paign. and one or more of them will October :;l--Jacksonvil e, night.
l)e present and address the people at Ptt' Crminative i pie a ut to tHI
each of Aaid appoint mients: lloaor- taste, actspromptly, and mn re fails to
ablcs S. 1 Mallory, J. 1. Taliaferro, give satisfaction. It carri children
\V. S. .unings, "Geor!e P. Raney over the critic ii time of teeti ng. and is
the friend of anxious mother- and puny
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, ) children. A few does w.ll d monstrate
LLCAS COUNTY. ) s. its value. E. H. Dorsey, hens, Ga.,
Frank J. Chenney makes oath that Ie writes:
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. "I consider it the beat medi ineI have
Chneyv & Co.. doing business in the ever used in my family. It es all you
City of T qledo, County and State aiore- claim for it, and even more."
said, and that said firm, will pay the
min of One Hundred Dollars for each Disappointed.
and every caso of Catarrh that cannot A young man of this city rang up a
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh lady acquaintance of his in Court
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. street some days ago. but instead of
Sworn to before me and subscribed in her answering the phone herself her
my presence, this 6th day of December, elder sister did so. The ung man
--A.- A.W. GLEASON, recognized the difference a once and
- SEAL N rtay Public. said in a suave, mellow v c:
( ",, )- "Won't you please deliver a message
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern- to Miss Clara?"
ally, and acts directly on the blood and Delighted at the prospect f carrying
mucous surfaces of the system. Send a message that might resu in giving
tor testimonials. free. her- some insight into the n ation that
F. J. CHENEY & Co., existed between her sist and the
old by Druggists, 7. Toledo, O. young man at the other end f the line,
Hall's 'amily Pills arethe best. she answered:
"Why, certainly, with the latest of
John A. Henderson, S. Pasco, D. II. pleasure."
Mays, W. II. Ellis, M. L. Williams, "Well. tell her to come to e phone."
A. W. Gilchrist, W. Hunt Harris, -Memphis Scimitar.
Fred. T. Myers, J. F. C. Griggs, L. Go H i
J. Reeves, C. B. Parkhill, A. C. There are four good hab -punctu-
Blount, J. Emmet Wolfe, J. Ed. aity. accuracy, steadiness and dis-
O'Brien, Nat. e. Walker, J. Walter patch. Without the first of these time
Kehoe, W. II. Mdilton, C. L. Wilson, is wasted. Without the s nd. mis-
Thomas Palmer, W. A. Carter, F. M. takes the most hurtful t our own


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T E : WEEKLY TAALIARAA t IAN: THURSDAY, SJI rKsVRiF $0, 1900. ', S

I^^^B 3 A "ii R EU'ftAl'YVlW sence or presence even of the 8lighte0t A Telgraml Th TaIul. A Fu7ily Nlelmle C( t.
^'fS"5DU, SS" w k Ltraces of circulation: At one time when the late.G< e A ftmih medicine r tes
1 3 ?. OW l m b l6mmw@.. If we ligate tight a member of the WITTD T BOYISH TRICKS Drw Barrymore wa playtoa I n I n -a ret. litU"^ enae me--
t URO t body-best. for example, a finger be. DI pranclwo a fabulous sum was offered you Bhave the means of keeping i
,S CBlcIC i' touth.l W. J. iCmer, P* tween the first and second joint-in the her by a local theate- for her services whole family healthy, from baby tog
".. _0M. l.bT bShcbo .l A.M "" eufV Kidneyl C XW living we will soon notice, beginning al- CRAZY PRANKS PERPETRATED BY for a few wweekp The offer was ex. old grand-pa. Go to your druggist a
ryoer MoeBln, Wednemsy at P.M _..m_ am.L& most at ouce.a reddish coloration of the COLLEGE ST DENTS: weilingly tempting. hut her contract get a box of Cascarets Candy Cathal
snuu CAefv.S. Ma rty. portion above the ature. It becomes with Charles ro an stood the or ten cents, and see that you alwa
service will ba th th oe
tor. ~nar at P ._S d-e darker and darker red and. fually a. A Cart Leades With Brek T- way. However. On the nothing ,en- ea achedaydo m hmpeso, uo
dthee public cordilly to at sumes a dark bluish red color. The tare nothing won theory. sh tele- s worm nd a ev o
-Shoolat--- MWneedra.7 aloC le HOiy r a entire upper portion will be thus af- Po.l B.gu-A... .te J phed a detailed statement of the meant are ured by some form ofo
tan Eadeavor Meetin, 3:80 P. N 8unda*. N. p- fectecd and only directly around the lig. Pr at- ea-. W--td-- offer she bad received to Frohman stipation and in that little box yot ha
SBAPTIST Un.aE. Ruv. rPOvnee NomrSoisi nature there will be a smalL colorless. iJsew York. explained bow anxious she a perfect remedy always at hand., S
Pastor. Preaching aot a. tU i 7 .m. white ring. Now. as sure as this dis- "In all ages." said the man who o was to accept It and wound up with your doctor bills and prevent serious i
yer Meelti. edneday 7 p. A cordial coloration will be observed n the living erves, 'boys have been boys, and' the plea. "Will you release mer" In ness by the useof the sweet, dainty lit
welcome ie extended to all. I being, as sure will all traces of it be at times their play may smack of b due course of time she received the pieces of candy that make you well a
r. jorns BpEhoonp : Cuunc Dr.- W. H. oeyS Ho T r absent in the dead. The bluish discolor- tality. at others it Is amusing and ev following telegram i$ answer: kep you well. We recommend Case
'a .r-l .M.;:PP.asetorr. SlBe S dstopS t05iM action occasionally observed of and clever. Some years ago at HoareV ra Coe Drew Bymore. Palace otl. reaer
ieew at 7:30 P.M. Sunday at I A. M. around the finger nails in some corpses a cart containing bricks broke down I rcio- .
CATHOLIC CURCH. -Re.J.L vApl -1 L is of no Influence upon, nor does it in- front of Memorial hall. It being the notCA FMs. N l 1 0 Cl
wse yi.mHib h T a at S- SURE SIGN OF DEATH. terfere In the slightest with, the phe- late. the driver left it there for th Albeit disappointed. Mrs. Barrymore
.A... k. N. nomenon and its correct Interpretation, night The next morning, securely at once sent this characteristic reply: Sh1l t Sfl
On weekaaVs. atE6:46 A. M. The phenomenon of course is easily resting on the ridge of the roof Chares Frohman. New TYrk City:
ImcEs ep a01t tim aae ll NE E TEST THAT, -IT IS AL enough explained in the living by the Memorial hall. wag that stlf same lo Ohb u!om!s D!w Burmo..
Offie. Cr LESED, NEVER FAILS. stagnation of the blood in the veins of bricks, although how it got the -New York Tribue i llO S HAII IR X(
C.M. E.Church .leaeEt 9"e & t PreaI and the capillaries when a new supply is to this day a mystery. The scutt I *
Pro aTXes rJ 3m. an iley te A Physician Who says He Has Tried through the arteries and the backflow to the roof was far too small to adlA A MShty Table.
prayer Meeting tuesday nigh ClasMeet- It a More Than a Thousand Cameo through the veins Is cut off by the liga. the body of the cart. On the other Awi e ha bou exhibiting d
Ing Thursday Dnhtg M. F. M. Pastor. Explains Him .Xethod of Preventing ture. The white ring around the latter hand. the cart was too heavy, it seem proudly to a young er sauamitance a.
DIREcrTOS' MFET-sO 'IbheB rd 01 Dirt-c- Premature Curial. is produced by the partial arterial, par- to have been pulled up by hand froi able which he b sai
tore of the Liorary Associati hold their tial venous anaemia- the outside, and besides neither w it was 500 years o
eetiDngson the third dy e mng of each The question of an absolutely surE In place of a finger if as it at times nor roof showed any sign of its ."That Is nothing remarked is ll
m ront h e the eI p o a finger. if. a It at tie 0
onth atw are interested in 'hrns.a Sci. sign of death has troubled mankind may happen. the skin seems too thick S age- Yet there it was, and there t young visitor. 1 have in my posses-
ence will l.e ielconed at the idene of Mr. from ancient times. It has been most and horny to show the phenomenon remained until at considerable expe alon a table whleb is more than 3,000
W.C...WB %hvie the er% wili be held
Sat ee sat7: p.m. variously answered, but never to en- plainly, though this will but seldom oe. to pockets and temper the college o old.-
L O. O0 F tire satisfaction. The difficulties we cur, one may use the toes. the earlaps. thorities had it removed and restore .Th.ee thousand ears old" said the
ofW Reguiar meetings ofL IPU No. meet with are: First, that not all or. even the tip of the nose. if desired. The to its clamoring owner. ...-hat is lm sble. Where ws
Sodgeb Roome at 8 o'clock I fiers In gans of the body die in one moment, member must be only thin enough In "The preparatory school to wh lt mably In Ina." -
ootandng Nte S a., N. .. and second, that the action of some of order to make the ligature as tight and I went was in a small country villa In. i. of a table la
.L. COLLi1,. f't.. the vital organs may be so diminished as ssible. A fire was looked upon ara t In India. Whif kind of a table Is
SL. ou s, Au- e vital organs may be so diminished I have used this means n about 030 affair and was attended by the it?" m u -Manufactaers of-
S t that by ordinary means it appears to 1,040 cases previous to post more dents in a body. Once there our "The multiplication table"
CILLA EAX ePmonth, mosthimpossible to decide whether theeid
nd third Thureday Eve ea loth, most impossible to decide whether the examinations. torn was to burl ribald remarks and d- 0 SASH BLIN]
.,,hei Lode Room. at 8n0i -o Pat r life in the- is in fact extinct or not ".-O. .OH BLIr
t itner mo die smn tno A1 atr feIntem is in fact extinct or noti. In one rase only I observed -the men- vice at the various firemen by na e. The first pn' ,kn n Anmi '
....a in M. McINT O R. %C., c The actual causes of physiological tioned discoloration, though it was To get even it was their habit, at wn- Imporste from knowLn in .. ...a
w. 1. CRASCry. tribe. .death are three; JFirst, cessation of impossible to notice any heart action expecId moments. to tur the were Imported from location a 1784
KNIGHTS OF H 1Oa. brain fumclon; second, cessation of by any means. I at once resorted to upon us. A few duckings taugh by John Jacob Astor, but
No. seond rep raton e s venese tion, and, sure enough, the and we at length were a y s ot tnf hLDIIG AD B UILDIG ATERI
and four. Th Say em ew third, faure of the heart blood flowed, and after a short time able to scamper away without a et.ot attmp t bl a-- -this CLT- S e
SMasonic all B. PHILB K,Dictator. The firr involving immediate death aint eart beats to ven to the attempt touu edpln in-t CHARLESTON, S. C.
It I fai heart beats up to, seven country, and In u tu ei$ i
w. H. CBANC-T. RePoO of the central or animal nervous sys- minute could be distinguished. Every- "One bitter winter afternoon ueteenth century p t 43-1
gORgW 0iO PT tem onl1, is not at once allowed by thing was done to start respirtlion. gathered at a fire and engaged In ur alieteret ntcr ptano mae tew .
icero I odge No. K e. o s the lnacflvity of the peripheral nervous usual occupation of baiting the appearance.
Thursday evening in catle Hail. Visi-ing
t ? ntoTeor lifted attend.., system tnd its special so called vegeta- A Sure Thinlg for You. men. At length they tried to ch ... .. ... 1 W D I 0I] D
H. C. .CRA I ) C. tive een ers. as long ago was demon- A transaction in which you cannot us with the hose, but having n A U
F. HILL KolIL I.. stated y Brown-Sequ-rd. Schiff and lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick- pated the move we were with a Its k -
,ST. pAU t e 15 others. So the lungs may continue to headache, furred tonrae, fever, piles range. But unnoticed behind us d C 03-
eIL ht o flck,- -- ro p
H nids its mee fg ere day even- contract! and expand, the heart may and a thousand other ilk are caused by been standing the principal of the Il c e People-e [Stock-N Prics-
I n.eight o'e lock e t 10, .. m continue. to beat. even if with greatly constition and sluggish liver. Casc- schooL On his august person the- i
aH onl membe of O in good dimninlsbed power. We know further re Candy Cathartic the wonderful stream of water descended llk an 0 Old Post 0gce.
sting are od s U in C J that the life of the skin is not extinct. b Ia dgs ua to avenging fate. and before the e niec W L A ,D R --T-
K, THair Avd nails continue to grow, the or monev refunded. C. C. C. are a sure stricken firemen could turn it awa he I WllIAM ,THE I T
Sh s.tonmac continues to digest, the liver thing. Try a box today: 10c.. 25c.. 50. as wet to his respectable skin he
Tne regl Mo Sand and tosecrete bile. etc. Respecting the secSample and booklet free. See our big water froze as it struck. and we re
pourth Mondays of each th at 8 o'clock ond cauue of death, we well know that ad. presently gazing upon a human le. Come and see if only to look
p W Seclmretary. respiration may cease for quite awhile "At length we recovered muffle tly _) S ,ji An uptodate stock. Prices rig
S meet orm Lo If the bt not affected andhecr- t was too lateandthe ieirt beats to go to his aid and, wrapping him Best Soda Water in the City.
So.1, are held on othe ...third Mondays within half an Bour nIaduallv dimintD coats, drove hblm rapidly t his I the New and Latest Drinks3
n mon, rv. or Over ty Tear within half an flour gradually diin home during which the entire Iool A O ln't be out of the push, but (
...shokinitsoes.hile.he.d. e orpse had been lyg L .
S_ ....- Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has or dead for over two hours.-Dr Tho- shook in its shoes, while the wrethed L and trade at our store.
Seen used for over fifty years by mil-for dre Dee for ovke in Ut Pre Theo- firemen were for resigning In a y. h ; Wllams, "THE DRIGST."
Hre ftf'sIln Wr o. lions of Imothers-for their children while d But he was a thorough good flow. s /..
teethin ,with perfectsuccess. .It soothes and beyond a few words as t the n Old Post Othc
the c d, softens the gums, allays all A Lesson.n eodafwwr
RS. ROSA L1NT 4 wind colic and is the bet At a lesson n a medical college the wng pwe n e
1 ..... F'1 remed?. for diarrh(P& It will relieve other day one of the students. who was with a publi servant In the disc arge wa
ACME COTrAGE, TALLA IASSEE, FLA, e pobr little sufferer immediately. by no means a dtllard. was asked by of his duty he allowed the in dent A
call and have +our corre.Z ndence ard legal Sold by druggists in every part of the the professor. "Hlow much is a dose to pass by unnoticed. ,, ,,1S
work taken in 'horthlildane typet.Yitten a world. Twenty-five cents a title. Be. of--?" (giving the technical name of *The town hall was one of hose ESS
S en ure ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth- ronfson hideous and bleak structures so corn- <
e mS~a ni tzo y ing Sy p," and take no other kind. A tesponuf ul, a tshe reply. mou in the New England towns f-20 3 it
no t-i- -- -" .. -, .. An ... The professor made no comment, but years ago. where the only atte t at 0 "
TR. E M. BtEVARiD r datiqu bot int.t. ,.l. reAnd oft~ the student, a quarter of an hour later, decoration was a funereal cupola n the
PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON, may e said. So e se that we m realized that be h ad mad.stake' which w a r figure of J p tico f l ..
TALLAHA SEF, FLORIDA. speak of true, absolute hysiological W t to change my the horror of the seleetm the --
S46-6m. death uly after the cessation of func- rosr at to cange my town anvoke one morning to gaz upon nwe 11Co av-i,
-- tion c the three organs together or at ans to atesi on the a transfigured Justice. A ligh blue i
l eo.W. WALKR least of two or them. the lungs and the n de dn crinoline skirt and red shawl e rap-
S ATTORNEY--* A heart without the ife action of which pr stiut has een dead 14 pedl her figure, and she looked luet- .
ATTORNEY- A the bin certainly cannot operate. ea-eL tishly out from beneath the. s adow w --- ..,.. ..l "*L ,'' ".
Office over CapitatCity Bank. No. s regards respiration, we have minutes."-London Telegraph. of an immense poke bonnet As a -- __.- ...-c, S-".- -,
IALLAHASSIEE, FLOIDA. very iiiple means to demonstrate its EASE AND DISEASE. particularly happy thought s was -- A
49-L cessa(ion. So remains, in fact. as the -A AN IAS. weighing two babies in the sea s. A '^."
only one to show its true death the Lesson on the Meaning of a "Then came an awful row. The ,,. ,^
RED T. MYERS. art This to prove indeed with abso- Fa lr Wrdtown had no hook and ladder truck, -.. ..- .
lE ute certainty is quite a difficult prob- without the aid of which no on could --- ; Don't Neglect Your Liver.


SATTORNEY LAW, t lenm. Upon the absence therefore of Disease is the opposite of ease. Web- be found to remove the garden The Liver troubles quickly result in ri
TALLHASS FLOD. -gtj- t any andl all traces of circulation in the ster defines disease as "lack of ease, un- nearest hook and ladder compa s A complications, and the man who neglects
TALLAHASSEE. -LORIDA. body have been concentrated most ex- easiness, trouble, vexation, dquiet." 12 miles distant and required t ony liver has little regard for health. A bo(
perin ents. And as regards the same It is a condition due to some derange- i t tn of Browns' Iron Bitters taken now and th
S' we have to take into consideration that ment of the physical organism. A vat permission of the own council t te ll keep the lier in perfect orer. If
W E. LEWIS., DINTAT we h majority of the "dis-ease" from which expenditure of cash to bring ov.r. disease has developed, Browns' Iron Bitt
TH A..by disease the heart beats might be di- people suffer is due to impure blood. The selectmen declared that t was llcareitpermanently. Strength
TA.T.AFHASST FLORIDA. finished to but so few faint pulsations Disease of this kind is cured by Hood's mqnlfestly a trick of the stud t the vitality will always follow its
graduate l8,400 Un^i IazTy *arlaild per minute, might becottle so impercep- Sarsaparilla which purifies, enriches and -laculty should pay. The facul arm- MANW CTOM o' Browns'Iron Bitten is MoldAby all dealL
uaadeate 184. U tible; that without the aid o( special in- vitalizes the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla ly refused, holding that there as no I .... .v v.. -. --
Baltimore; t 1893, struments and long continued observa- cures scrofula, salt rheum, pimples and proof that such was the For WIn A DESII
flaskell S AO lo1 co0 tions nothing of their existence may be all eruptions. It tones the stomach and days th nte-y and PATCOTPYR
Preservation cl atural Teeth, detected. creates a good appetite, and it gives vigor ten days the controversy .
Gold Crowns, Bid ork, and Metal In the following I shall give the sim- and vitality to ho tr the wh body. It then the selectmen gave way paid A88 t
administered pe eans by which any person easily verses the condition of things, giving for the book and ladder The TANotAicBe. in ti A ge "
Plates a Specialty. admmistered. pie ans by which any person easily health, comfort and "ease" in place of day the book and ladder com y was --o-- Book"HowtoobtainPatents"
S11 enoghmayeonvincehimseltoftheab- ".disease." to come a storm sprang u which BLACKSMIr ING and REPAIRING 'odeate.Nofeetil pt issee
lasted for three days. When god- _AK -AIRING Letters iy confidential Address
--- -___dess was finally stripped of h cloth-

J. H. W I TAM Ing, the dyes had run, and s emerg-
rainbow. She bad to be palnt afresh,
.TALTA S "A HS- the selectmen footipg the with
Repairs all knds of shod articles of ullen faces. |
everyday use- Trunks, Sath elS, Locks,
e e iShootid o ong O "The secret was success ,y kept
its. Umbrellas, almid Bewig NIL., as to how the goddess was d rated. -
S Marke Wo do a absort ntcan The night previous to the aoene ta
at low oriesw. there had been a show In town
halL When it was over, captain a,
of the football team and fellow
A. J. ISH Iconspirators had sneaked th the
balse fronted state. When all wasC
quiet, they had ascended to h oa
Contract One there one end of a long ba
C n ra r "f id been attached to the capital a waist A BD
an and the other to that of of the SALE STABLES,
AND. D LU IN others. The third man panled ILL WOOM A.i., M.. .I P.lk WITH
A o othe climber'to the base o fgure Double and Single Tea
BUILDER'B _LES,l ad Srgkal Double and Sngle Tea
SILDE 'S with the bundle of clothes kirt m BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.
Lumber, LAth8, 8 singles, Etc., kept, A and babiess were easW pi but 07 LllAvenueo,. SA oDD LE HORSES.
in stock at all ti the shawl and bonnet came harder Regula Carte oer tent of mao Patropage Solicited
work, the figure rocking fe on ia$ttre. capital (flly pald) 100.0o0.. Satisfaction Inten
Its bae. The dea of the o was The oldest, largest, most reliable and saue-
C H that In case the dresser fell would aessful Medisea institute in theU. s.. Respectfully.
J. H. be saved from rolling to ground. Private rooms for -'ateantl with fraimales W. C. TULLY
yf I such an accdent had for any emergency. X-Rayf Microscopical
P when be bounded from sloping a he daois is dobtfve od Says So
i GO^Z "n sides of the roof be undoubt y would Write for free Book on DeformIles ann Cascareas Candy Cathartic, the
NEW S + i 0 h the foob to the BrSces, Club Feet, Curvature dr the spine, wonderful medical discovery of the
ground with him. They 't think aronehitis, Cat-.rh, Cancer. Tumors, ples, pleasant and refreshing to 'he taste
d ta -A ..... a...t t w t*m Paralysis, Epilepsy, Kidney, Bladder, Eye, gently and DOsitively on kidney.


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unty Ticket.
For mbers Legislature.
HON GEO. P. RANEY,
HON E. M. HOPKINS.
For lerk Circuit Court.
A. BRYAN.
F County Judge.
R. Z. WHITFIEcLD:
For.Superit dent Public Instruction.
C. BANNERMAN.
% For Sherif..
J+CK A. PFARCE.
,o County Trea urer.
JO) s DAY PfRKKINS.
or Tax Assessor.
] T. FELKEL.


r Tax Collector.
A. DEMILLY.
Fo county Surveyor.
W. T. BANNERMAN.
For mbers School Board.
GEO1I. DAVIS,
R. JE EVANS.
GIL ERT HARTSFIELD.

EXPERT ENCE OF OTHERS.
The loca on of the seat of gov-
ernment is matter of the greatest
importaLce to the people of every
State. In tach of the States this
question hb been deliberately settled
after a ful consideration of all the
conditions hat surround such insti-
tutions. cIie selection of a State
Capital sh 4ld never be made hastily
or witho4 intelligent examination
into the ef ct' likely to be produced
upon matt s of public interest and
concern b the environment of each
locality o ring. The experience of
all the St es has taught the valuable
lesson tha Capitals should not be lo-
cated in t chief commercial cities or
in cities ulon the seaboard. For in-
stance, thl Capital of New York is in
Albany, q( Pennsylvania in Harris-
burg, of laryland wi Annapolis, of
Louisian in Baton Rouge, of Texas
in Austin of California in Sacramen-
to, all w nparatively small towns,
either inl nd or unimportant as marts
of marine commerce. Inland towns
are well nown to be healthier and
less liable to epidemics and invasions
by a pu ic enemy in time of war
than sea rt towers. Large commer-
cial citi are notoriously more conve.
nient foi the working of corrupt lob-
bies and Ilesigning influences than are
quiet an smaller towns. The con-
clusion i plain that those citizens of
Florida ho wish a continuation of
the safe incorruptible administration
of their public business will deem it
the coue of prudence to vote for the
retenti of the State Capital at Tal-
lahasse a high, healthy inland
town w h every convenience needed
for a faithful and satisfactory conduct
ot the State's business.


BE ALM AND CONSIDERATE.
"Thfse disposed to go rather far
out o their way to criticise the
Time nion and Citizen, for reasons'
peculirly their own, for its conserv-
ative ld neutral attitude bn the
Capt issde, naturally dislike to
aban n their grounds, but they are
fast a akening to the faet that it is
far th best policy to have the good
will every community and of
every individual, and that it is also
best t have a channel through which
a. LA^, -m;;jn .o. ha/mnintain2.a


SLa Flowr&.
Pubfhed R I at the 0ce.A

JJoS C. TaMicx,. tor and Proprietor.

DEMOCR*nC NOMINEES.
For Clngressman.
HON. s. .L SPABKMAN.
For PreJdential Electors.
JOHN Ji ARR8, of Daval,
JOHN 8. &EARD, of Escambia,
W. H.L Ls, of Gaddsen. .
M. L. W UA )sI. of DeSoto.
FolfAlternzi-s.
w. HUNT HARRIS,.of wonroe,
S. J. HI CBURN, of Putnam.
W. F. HfrNs, of Sumter,
DANIELCAMPBELL. of Walton.
State Ticket..
For .Governor.
WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.
For .Jutiee of the Sumpreme Court.
FRANCIS B. CARTER.
For Recretary of State.
JOHI L. CRAWFORD.
For A ttornev- General.
WILI4AM B. LAM&R. -
FW. Coinptroller.
W. '. RLYNOLDS.
IFr Treasurer.
J. 1N WHITFIELD.
For Superintetident of.Public IWbtruction.
i;. W N. SHEATS."
For Com misioner of Agriculture.
B. McLIN.
Railroad Commissioner.
JO N L, MORGAN.


Florida people sometimes com-
plain at our State officials for dere-
liction of duty in the matter' of get-
ting out laws and other printed mat-
ter late. What would they do if
said officials were as slow as Uncle
Sam's servants? Since the 1900 cen-
sus has been completed, and the re-
turns sent to Washington more than
two months ago, said Federal officers
are distributing the act providing for
and the regulations to be observed in
taking the census. It serves one
purpose, however. It enables people
to inform themselves as to whether
they have complied with the law or
not.


The True Reason.
The Jacksonville papers have
given many reason for wanting the
State Capital located there, but the
following by one of Jacksonville's
citizens, which appeared in the "K.ick
Column" of the Metropolis, gives an
inkling of the true reason:
"Would it not be a good idea for
Jacksonville's association to have one
or two good workers from the ranks
of organized labor here to visit dif-
ferent sections of the State and show
the advantages to be had to the
working people by having the Cap-
ital located here? Every bill that
has passed the Legislature for the
betterment of labor and those that
have been pigeon-holed have had
their origin here, drawn up at the
expense of organized labor of Duval
county and sent to Tallahassee.
With the seat of government here
they would be better able to get such
legislation through that would better
the working people and farmers o0
our State, as it is from them that the
Capital Democratic vote for the most
part must come."
If Jacksonville people "would be
better able. to get such legislation
through that would better the work-
ing people," they would also "be
better, ablew to get any legislation
through which a selfish motive migrhi


ANOTHER BAD BREAK.
The Metropolis says "During the
session of the Leffislature of 1899 a
bill was framed, introduced and came
within two votes of being enacted
Into law, which provided that the
location of the seat of State govern-
ment should be changed from Talla-
hassee to Jacksonville." This is man-
ifestly untrue in every particular. No
bill was introduced on this subject,
because bills cannot amend the Con-
stitution. A Joint Resolution to
amend the Constitution was intro-
duced in the House to remove the
Capital to Jacksonville, but as it did
not pass the House it was never at
anv time introduced or considered
in the Senate, consequently it is im-
possible for it to have come "within
two votes oE being enacted into law."
AN QLD PUBLICATION.
On Tuesday last we were shown a
copy of the Ulster County Gazette,
published at Kingston, Ulster county,
New York, January 4, 1800. It is
number 8S, vol. 2, of said paper
and contains many quaint advertise-
ments, showing the customs of the
people of that day. The editorial
and local pages are in deep mourning
for the death of Gen'l. Geo. Wash-
ington, and are filled with obituaries,
and a write up of the funeral of that
distinguished gentleman. Altogether
the paper is a valuable relic of days
gone by. It has been in the posses-
sion of -Mr. A. F. Roby for many
years, and is sent us for the purpose
of being turned over to University
Library, this city.


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THE SHOT THAT TELLS.
Do you know
what happens
when one of our
big thirteen-inch
shells strikes a
IR fortification? It
Sis fairly lifed off
its foundations.
y This is the mod-
?y ^ I / /ern way of doing
things: concentra-
4' -9 ting every ounce
S .'- -of power and en-
S-j '. ergy into one tre-
.n L mendous irresisti-
S' ble blow that sim-
S ply annihilates
opposition. This
/ 7. is the method that
/i A means success.
'ljIt is just the
i"( same in the war-
S fare against dis-
ease. While all
V^^*^--^^^^ -. way compro-
mising medi-
cines in the hands of only partially ex-
perienced doctors make a feeble, "small-
calibre" sort of resistance to the enemy.
Dr. Pierce's magnificent "Golden Medical
Discovery," with its splendid blood-purify
ing, liver-toning, strength-creating power,
hurls the fortress of disease from its very
foundations, and searches and drives out
the lurking symptoms of weakness and de-
bility from every secret hiding placI in the
entire physical system of mankind.
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billdren, will ne
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neither wise nor safe to impute to'
other localities in thi' contest the
lack of sincerity or good motives, for
it is certainly best to keep their
kindly feeling. Jacksonville is big
and strong, and in its strength it
should be generous and forgiving; so
let us keep this -controversy at the
high standard so far maintained with
dignity and good feeling."
The above from the Times-Union
and Citizen of yesterday is too sensi-
ble and prophetic to be scanned
lightly and soon forgotten. It de-
serves to be kept before those people
who have lost their good judgment
in the Capital contest.


avy assistance;
promised froi
enough to hav
Jacksonvill


he people who visit it pass through d
Baltimore, and yet Baltimore is not -
clamoring for the Capital. Chicago,
we believe, is the greatest railroad
center in the world, and yet it gets
Jong without trying to rob Spring- E
leld of the little glory it gets out of I
of being the Capital. St. Louis also 8
seems to progress without disturbing
Jefferson City. New Orleans is
greater than Baton Rouge, as is t
Philadelphia over Harrisburg. New
York City over Albany, and even
Wilmington, Del., with two-thirds
the population of the entire State, is
willing for little Dover to have the
honor of being the Capital.
Most of these States are far better
able to remove their Capitals than
Florida is at present. If the Capital
is removed it will be by the vote of
Middle and South Florida--the very
sections of the State which was hit
the hardest by the great freeze-and
willithese people vote to go into debt
a million dollars before they have
harvested their first crop of fruit .in
the past six years? In Middle Flor-
ida the orange grower is endeavoring
to get enough money to protect his
grove; in South Florida he needs
every cent he can raise to put out
new buds and fertilize his young
trees. These problems are of more
importance to the material welfare of
the State than any Capital removal
question.
In a sort of a hazy way the Jack-'
sonville Metropolis suggests that this
money can be raised without being a
burden to the people and hits at a
$200,000 or $300,000 State House.
Has the voter any aVsurance that it
will not in the end cost two or three
million?
Again, great stress is laid upon
Jacksonville's "liberal offer" of *100,-
000. What proof has the voter that
this money would ever be paid or that
some contractor with a political pull
will not steal three times that
amount?
It is rarely that any public build-
ing is built within the cost first esti-
mated, and Florida would do well to
think twice before voting for remov-
ing the Capital.-South Florida Sun,
Avon Park.


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Talk Two WA
The Jacksonville C
ers, in their efforts t
people, sometimes ho
so low that they are
For instance: Th<
anxious to move the C
sonville, because the ii
people demanded it.
harped, but having n<
sustain the proposition
make up for its lack
section and constant
But, a few days a
different .tale. They
money. Capital re
do. It affords good
bleed people. So th(
removers popped t
citizens of Jacksonvi
ened its point by te
circular letter, in whW
for a donation of
pleased to term the '
that "the Capital re
was inaugurated an<
arily for the purpo
Jacksonville's bust i
This is a very diff
the one they tell t
State.
But as a matter
statement is correct.
The Capital remo
inaugurated and 'isI
first, last and all tl
sole purpose of adv
sonal and political in
ful of Jacksonville I
And they serious
of the State to sh
dollar debt for their
Well, the l)eople


to regret. see. Jacksonville's metropolitan
evening newspaper, the Metropolis,
seems tp be leading the removal
forces, and were we not all so well
ital remov- acquainted with that paper's achieve-
deceive the ments on political lines, there might
their hands be some room for alarm: but when
ly visible.. we consider the successful (?) way in
have been which it secured the nomination of
ital to Jack- McBeath for Superintendent of Pub-
erests of the lic Instruction, and otber candidatess
n this they for offices, both State and municipal,
argument to during the past ferw months, we are
they tried to more than convinced that all this idle
frequent as- prattle it is having to say on "Capital
tito6n.d removal" is but dross. Florida's seat
they told a of government has been at Tallahas-
wanted some
overs alwaysee many years, and will be there
overs always many more to come. Mark our pre-
,pportunity to diction.-Times-Courier.
Jacksonville
lancet to the -
e and sharp- Will Find Out November 6.
ing them in a The Met. seems to think that it is
they begged the only publication in the State ihiat
at they were knows what it is~talking about so far
news of war,"' as CaDital removal is concerned.
oval question It also looks with doubt upon the
pursued prim- promises of other cities to give sub-
So advancing stantial aid in erecting a new Capitol,
crests." shouldd they be successful in securing
ent story from the same, but, at the same time, is
people of the endeavoring to convince the people of
the State that Jacksonville's offer is
)f fact neither bone tide. If Jacksonville is good
for her promise, you should grant the
&I question was responsibility of the other candidates
being pursued also.
tinqe, for the *, The various cities, striving for C'ap-
icing, the per- ital honors, can promise any amount
rests of a hand- they may deem necessary to catch
liticians. votes, without fear of straining their
ask the people credit, for they will never have the
builder a million opportunity of paying it, since Talla-
eilnit. l.hassee is just as sure to receive that
on'l do it, that's pluralityvote on the 6th of next No-
vember as the Denmocratlc nominees
Capitol building are to be elected.
cost ;164,000; Tlie Met. man will wake up on
ry defect about November 7th, to a full realization ,of
hem one cent to what has been going on long slumber. -Madison Rlecorder.
o, the efforts .,f
ville politicians
withistandino.- PERSONALS.
withstanding. Th silry of unt w :ililtrse in
ihinii:l w l Inot e xce'd a2.(00 n arks
situation, ($.5H a moith, lhnt lie will lira: 10,-
'MH) m 1i';irks iV sid has thrown new of all the line :ni1 staff gencrals in
removal ques- the United Stales :irnmy :11t prsent only
e it says: two. 1,1ulow andm .!. .I. \vil.oii. are
k, Mr. ) U. gradumits of West P'onit.
who havee womeLn of I u'ijterriiasto'ii4ri :lrt'
who have tray- .geii g 1 a m1. inmoriah l to the laite
ksonville, know Lieutenant ltolierts. son of tlhe Brit-
lacksonvilie has shcomuinauder. It will ie in ihe form
coming the Cap- ot a stained glass window in the gar-
it hasf r taking prison churcli. It is also intodned is a
as takin rk of syipalmth with Lord and
and becoming :ady Roberta.
oon.
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A College that is Practical,
and Thorough for Botfi Sexes.



SThe next, the Forty-Fourth An:\iiui: l
I will open at 9 a. mn.,


Thursday, September 27, I H

tne hundreds ;ni '- vty-vt. .in
dellt- from .-ixte-en lo.-.lt tnii ;
anl tive states were r,*ir'lk la s

Two full year-' instruction iin a.- of Le
lowing lanu:ti.ws. taught by iau .:ii thn|
sor whi, lias r c-elntiv r-u ivyl r, a o.
t-ourse of studv in Eurii|, 1/..
French, Spani-h and Itallain.
Full coll-c courses lealin to ti
B. A.. B. S. or 1; L Nornim. l ,'i.irtm'ent
tcachcri opew' March .1th, l lNi. strmig f
nv- ('outre, and well ro.thii .l I liiA ,
Curriculum hi Prelaratory l)cltrtp rj i V
nun-ic taught fr'e. Tuition fr.. I, l. 1
12 dollars per month. Send for nc1, -.4aI l

A. A MURPHREE, President
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th things. rr
SmpaTribune hasA
rk as Mr. Talia- m
or as United States

be good deal of milk I A WONDERFUL

liaferro and his H
" p eroands heHousehold Medicine.
p he hands of the
e the gratification .
t Cures Neuralgic, Rheumatic, Nervou- or Spasmoflic Pai l,
liaferro and .his Toothache, 1H-adlache, lBiokmchi, Sprains, lruiss, L'u~e-

oo s, that Mr. Clark Swellings of all Kinds, Stiff Neck, Soreness, Sore T'hr(ijt,
a reat big senatorial Sick Stomach or Sea Sickness. In cases of B1I:d C(ouis,
Colds or P cnuenonia, it affords .
h sized up the situ- I f PIK DELI EE 1
he people of Flor- QUICV ELIE I
y found tumbling --
r gratify the ambi- o C Le, 0O O .
o three Jacksonville |
e ola Press.
of Them SWEET HERB

.t a city or count .
i or such a purp
) should cause th .
r of all bogus Capita -
I only way that Jack Billioauness, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestio., Hol;elai+, an. all
tine, could issue Ailments resulting from a Disordered Liver, such ea< l of
ds to be contibua Appetite, Despondency, Blues, Weakness, Tired FeYel*&
eion of a new Capi and Inactivity of the Mind. l
d be by an amend ,
Constitution to It stimulates and purifies the B ood.
e people at the sam --- -

of government tJapanese Eye Wate
r than Tallahe
,if adopted, become Cures Sore or Inflamed Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, and is sio thig and
e time, thus chang strengthening to Weak Eyes.
of the Capital befo Sold on a Guaratee=== o Cure, Pa
bonds or no bon '**
ted to the people Never pains the eye to use it, but is guaranteed to ire
r city, which would sore eyesj!quicker than any other remedy ever ui l.
ore the bonds cou

unable to presume th IMPORTANT 1
rida, after havinga- To Horse Owners and Stock DelI ers.
I the Capital, wound.
lf to erect a build
long to the enti If you own males or- horses, you should by all means kcip at ready
would be obligato command

hiht mayhave Walker's Dead Shot Colic Cure
the town fortune FOR MULES AND HORSES.
beewouldn't do it. n. t is guarnteed to relieve any case of colic in mules or horses ti
wouldn't do it. _:-_ Y_ guara teed toCoicin relieverse i


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it, and it won't
keep it.
They'll keep
doublefaced .Ja
to the contrar*
Lake City Inde:
Sizes up
The Ocala BI
light on the Ca
tion. In its las
"Mr. Frank
Fletcher and ot
eled outside o
perfectly well
no more show (
ital of Florida
a balloon asce
the Canital of t
"But the agit
ping stone to o01
"Already the
announced.Mr.
ferro's success
Senator.
"There may 1
in that cocoanu
"Will Mr.
friends hold u
Tampa Tribune
of its ambition?
"Will Mr.
friends blindly
ital removal ac
may grow into
tree?"
The Banner
ation correctly.
ida will hardly
over each other
tion of two c
politicians.-P<
Bewa
The fact the
tion does not p
to issue bonds
(building Capii
people to bewa
donations. Th
sonville or St.j
bonds to raise i
towards the ere
tol building, wo
ment to the St
voted upon by
time they vote
change the se
some point ot
hence both wou
'effective at the.
ing the location
the question o
would be subm
such a county
be necessary Ni
be issued.
It is not reas
any town in F]
ready secured
vote to bond i1
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Suppose--for the sake of argu-
ment-that at the November prima-
ries Jacksonville or Gainesville or
Ocala or St. Augustine is chosen as
the location for the State Capital,
will, or can, either one of them pro-
vide the funds for the erection of a
capitoll building? No one of them
has ever promised to do so. The
State has no money to expend for
such a purpose, and the Constitution
specifically restricts the power of the
Legislature to issue bonds for any
purpose other than to repel invasion,
suppress insurrection or redeem or
refund existing bonds. The result
would be that the seat of government,
if the whole body of the qualified
electors of the State should likewise,
in a later election, vote for removal,
might be changed and quartered in
some inadequate, unfit and cheap
temporary structure, until, by due
process, the Constitution could be
changed so as to permit the issue of
bonds for such purpose. This would
require years of time and depend
upon additional elections among the
people, all of which must result fa-
vorably to the scheme. In the mean-
while the people of the State would
possess an empty and useless public
building at Tallahassee, falling into
ruin by disuse, a monument to their
own folly in having been led by im-
pecunious professional politicians into
acts the results of which they, and
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NOTICE
Ike is hereby giveD
publication iv th
all matter mus
d yeda night before
Whon, ich ishur
ible to get them
will be received
ay morning. A
ng will be accepted
d trouble by bearna
the rewit positwe
8.
Dentist. Dr. K.
tton is quoted toda3
tton is selling to da
r. Thos. J. Perkins, i
rd Air Line at Citra,
iss Mamie Stilly is h<
ae City.
rs. Perry Holland T
t to St. Marks Tuesd
J. W. Edwards,
of Arran. was in t
otton sold for 114 cee
rday. the 15th.
iss Kate L. Moor ha
visit to friends at Moi
C. S. Claridy and
e, visited the Capita
on. T. L. Clarke, of
he city Saturday.
r. J. M. Camrn, of Ce
city Tuesday.
r. Glover Johnson v
for a short trip V
issues Margurette an
tc to go to St. Teres
1. S. D. Chittenden,
of the C. T. & R.
a trip of a month t
r. E. G. Chesley and
St. Teresa Sund
k's stty.
e ladies of Tallahas
nec arid serve ice ci
of the Gal veston sul
rs. Thurston Grego
acksonville. visit d
week for Quincy.
r. Harry P. Baya,
admitted to practice
rt this wep-k
To present constipal
roat anri lung trouble
e Cough Cure. All D
Mr. W. H. Bovis. o
en appointed justice
tricm ten, Ja,-kson co
Mr. Harvie Duval,
s in the citv Mund
rd.
Miss Lee Cox, toruier
vibiiing Ar. and Mrs
is city.
Mr. Those. Lloyd, a
ant of Lloyds, was i
dty.
Hon. H. L Grauy,
"a at the Capital, I
me from a summer o
mr. W. R. -Green, o
is visiting her dauE
>WS.
T'he most dainty a
ade are DeWitt's Li
ey are unequaled
wel troubles. Neve

Mr. John S. Winthr
Teresa Saturday,
xk after his cotton.
Dr. W. H. Carter, re
episcopall Church. has
hisit to the East Coast
SMrs. J. S. Lewis a
urned home last wee
ix weeks in the mou
Yon can spell it c(
kauf. kaff, kough, 01
only harmless remedy
it is One Minute Cougl
Mrs.
Mr. W. C. Lewis an
ast bound train Tuesd


that in
e current we
t reach m
Sthe &ay of
day. Whi
in earlier,
until 9 o'<
Lfter that
Ld. Parties
f their in n
ly be enf

A. Shine.
y at 10 to 1
y at 10 cen.
agent pf th S
is in the ci
ome from vi
made h rr

ay.
the naval itc
be city T I
its at Llo s

a return fr
itezuma, a.
wife, ofCa
l City las we
Monticel v

ntreville, as

went dow to
Vednesds.
id Lizzie Cot
a Saturd -.
genera mai
R. has rtur
to New irk.
i family etur
ay after a

see ex tto
ream for he b
fferers.
ry and .*hildi
fi lends .ere,

of Lal Ci
e in the pupre

tLion quickly (
?s with )ne
dealers .
f Dll 0ood,
of the peace
unty.
of Ja sonv
ay, nd w

rlv of tis count
Thi Costa

prom ent M
in the ity W

cf AIalach (
Monday* en r
muting a Geor
.f Ft., cott, IK
ghter, ra. V

nd e active
little earlyy R;
for I liver
r grip A:ll

op w nt dow
and *.turne

actor ret ned tra
secti n.
nd d ghter
*k f ma vsi
ntai of Geo
ough coff, ca


wnce from the city.
Mr. Robert Gamble
rhomasville on Thur3d
rip through South Flc
DeWitt's Little ]
prompt, palatable, p]
purifying little pills.
Mr. R. S. Williams I
Marianna, where he
month.
Mr. Talbot Bernard
Lanark, in company w
and Perry G. Wall.
SM. William Hous
week for Leesburg to
6n tl e Florida Confere
"111 weeds grow al
n your blood will also
promptly expel them
aparilla.
Miss Mamie Lewis
eresa Saturday, wh<
visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. 0. Ames a
irginia, went to St.
a week or ten day's tr
Adjutant--General 1
Perry G. Wall, wife
Demilly and family, I1
ark.
Miss Mary Whitfi
bounced, went to Ati
take a course in the H
vatory of Music.-
Mr. R. A. Shine I
Master Ja me D. Beg


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r ka igh. but
that quickly (
h e. All ]

d;w fe left
Ilay r a short

ca e over I
lay or a bus

Ear Risers
lea *nt, power
Al Dealers.
has turned
s nt the

let on Frida
Fit en. How

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re e his st
?n College.
pa ." Im'pu
D row un les
b taking B

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she will
Jon S.Wintl
n daughter,
T Sunda

PI toun and
d child, V
e Friday for

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Slast week
LdorthCc

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Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist.
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stoun

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good'ss

to St.
pay 4
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Miss
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wife,
W.A.

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will
nmer-

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Phone No.
48-lOt-


Mr. Allen Scott, .of Hilliardville, was
a pleasant visitor at this office this
morning.
For 10 days only, Mullikin Broe. will
make cabinet photographs at $1,98, half
cabinta 81.00.. *
Master. Robert Temple went over to
Quincy yesterday, where he -will stay
until the opening of the public school
Mrs. Aaron Levy and three children
and Miss Marie Marcus returned last
week from Panacea. where they have
been spending the summer.
Mr.W.A. Rawls returned Tuesday from
Baltimore, where he went last week to
leave his daughter and niece, who will
attend a boarding school.
Mr. John G. Chaires was in the city
Tuesday. Hr! reports a short crop of
cotton, and very little chance of a top
crop.
Mr. P. W. Wilson and wife left for
New,York Saturday. Mr. Wilson will
buy a large stock of goods for his fall
trade.
Miss Daisy Temple and Miss Pauline
Palmer Forbes returned from Quincy
Wednesday, where for the past month
they have be en visiting relatives.
Mr. Walter McGriff has rented the
cottage formerly occupied by Mr. Lati-
mer and with his mother, brother and
sister, will live there this winter.
Mr. Miles H. Johnson, Jr.. and his
sister. Miss Johnson, returned Monday
from Quincy, where they had been vis-
iting relatives and friends for a week.


M;sa Lucile Provence is away on a
short visit to Alabama and Kentucky.
She will return to resume her music
class in a few weeks.
Mr. D. B. Meginnis. Jr., returned
yesterday from New York and other
eastern markets, where he purchased a
large fall and winter stock of shoes and
gents furnishings.
Mrs. J. B. Collins. Miss Msareuprite
Demilly, Mr. Taylor Collins and DeVere
Demilly have returned from a three-
months sojourn at Marietta. Ga.. on a
visit to relatives and 'friends at thai
place.
Hon. W. A. Rawls. Svretarvyof the
Capital Leagu*, was in Jacksonville or
Monday to see that Tallahassee was
properly entered in the list of candidates
for State Capitil, to be voted for in the
November primary.
Mr. Gray Rulh, of Apalachicola, is in
the city paving his friend. Mr. Alex
Harrison. a visit. Mr. Rush will in a
few days go from here to. Atlanta, Ga.
to attend college.
Mr. G. I. Davis, of the firm of Gilmore
& Davis Co.. was in the city Tuesday on
a business trip. He returned Wednesday
to Apalachicola. where they are putting
up a number of brick buildings.
Messrs. F. W. Williams. F. F. Doyle
C. A. Carpenter. John H. Gee, W. C
Doulass Franklin F. Davis. F. W.
Sherman and J. A. Jordan. of Jaackson-
ville. were at the Capital during last
week.


Butler E. Lodge, a relative of Mr
Willis, who resides on Lake Hall. died
Monday at the latter's home. and wda
buried the following day. Butler wa
thirteen years old. and his relatives art
ort-lyv rieved over his untimely taking
off. "____
.Jist as we g,- to press we learn of th
death this morning of Jack Prince at hi
father's homn in this city. The funeral
%will tak. plarc at 4 p. m. today. Jaci
was a painltr. havinvi served as an ap
prentice in thi officeh. and had man'
friends who will regret to learn of hi
death. ___
The Lad ie A'd 3Scietv of the Preshy
ter;ia' Church w re prevented because
of the rain from serving ices and cak
last Friday afterno -n, a, advertised, bu
will do so tomorrow (Friday) afternoon
between four and eight o'clock. at th
residence of Mrs. Howard Gamble.


Just received a splendid line of outin
and flannelets at low figures.
30-2t BALL. DEILLY & Co.
A good many coi sumtives. would b
cured and the worst cases cnfronte
and relieved hy using Foley's Hone
and Tar. Suggest it to those afflicted
You should do this as a friend. Wigt
& Bro.
Ladies skirts and undershirts, at Bal
Demilly & Co.'s 30
Mias Annie Ames will open her schom
on Monday, Oct. 1st. 29-3t
Fresh lot Cucumber Pickle and fin
sweet mixed pickle, at the Racket Gr
cery.
Mrs. Howard Gamble will open a s
lect school for children between the agi
of 5 aund 12 years on October 1st. Tu
tien $2.00 per month in advance. 28
I want to buy a good combination
farni and buggy horse. Must not I
more'than eight years old, and chea
Call on or address, John C. Trice, Ta
lahabseeap office, Tallahassee. Fla. 2

New and Second Hand School Book
at Hill's.
Wood! Woodl! Wood II
All kinds of wood-long, cut or split-
delivered to any part of city on sho
notice by telephones No..41 Wood Yar
or 84, or at the plant of Taylor & Chil
Thanking my customers for past favoa
I am respectfully. G. H. AVERmTT.
30-tf


When you want anything .S
V in Dry Coods or Shoe line try

y Boxhorn's Bargain House. .^
it Go to Collins' Grocery & Drug Co. to -
get your paints and alabastines, of best '
quality. Being sold below cost.
1t 2500 tooth picks for 5c at the Racket
SGrocery. -
The best place in town to buy Wagons.
Buggies and Harness is at the well ,
e known Hardware House of L. C. Yae-
o- ger.
Capita( Tailoring Company.

lon is Endorsed by the b Physiciani You Reap What You ow
ii- and guaranteed to cure Chills, Fever and
4t Ague. All druggists or from Moffit- in the variety, quality ane qu. ty or
West Drug Co., St. Louis. your garden arid farm produce and
our choice garden and flower will
be "I had a running sore on my leg for be sure to gave result ts that will ti'y
p. seven years." writes Mrs. Jas. Forest of and please you by their size a de-
l- Cheppewa Falls. Wis.,0"and tpent hun- liciousness. We have all kinds gar-
t. dreds of dollars in trying to get it heal- den seeds, but only one quality R id
ed. Two boxes of Banner Salve entirely that is the etst. Grown by Robt.
cured it." Wight & Bro. Buist & Co. Fresh this week.
WIGHT & R.
Kindergarten. Before uying your Fall
The Third Session of the Kindergarten Before buying your F
- School will open 9 a. m. Monday. Geto- Hats see our line of La l0s',
rt ber 1. 1900. For further information, MIsses' andChildren's re"s
d, call at Kindergarten. or address Miss Hats Trimmed Sallo and
d. Emma Child, Box 07. 28-4t Shapers, all the latest let

Clothes Repaired. and patterns, at pri to
suit you, at Boxhorn' Bar-
We do all kinds of tailoring to order, gain House.
repair or alteration work, cleaning,
pressing, dye work, in fact anythinLg a inff
that can be done to a garments. e A IrlI Lin ....
do fine tailoring work ourselves, also
arrv finA line of tailorinsr at low nPri.


Mrs. Bond came up from St. TermSa -L|
last Saturday and went on to Lloyds, % O1
where she had been summoned by the O *
illness of her brother, Mr. Thomas
Lloyd. She will return to this city LI
and open her boarding houqe, the Jea- Shoes I
min Inn. on the 1st of October. V"VS e '
Joe Donaldson, charged with breaking
in Gilmorep.& Davis Co.'s store last lll I
month, and also Wm. Bell, charged with II
feloniously entering a house at H. J.
Richardson's turpentine camp, were be-
fore Judge Whitfield Tuesday and were
bound over for the action of the grand A large and complete line of La-
jury. dies, Misses' and Children's Shoes
Mr. R. H. Buford, of Wewahitchka, for Spring and Summer wear. Also
has returned to his study of law in everything in
Senator Myers' office. He made a sue -
cessful canvass of his county (Calhoun)
and was nominated on the Democratic Gent's F urnishings,o
ticket for the Legislature. He is an ex-
ceptionally bright young man, and we Hats,
congratulate him upon! this latest suc-
i Umba ellas, Etc.
Seed Rye, $1.25 per bushel.
it W. H. MARKHAM.
"C _A For sale at low prices, at

D. B. MEGINNISS. Jr. 4
Has sold you the blst Seed on the "
market for nearly twenty years. Re-
member the old reliable Huyler's Candies

Schrader's Drug and Seed Store.
Fresh! Fresh!!
1 at -
The Kyle Hay Press for sale, at Yae-
ger's. In the reach of every farmer. SCHRADER'S.
Ralston Hi alth Club Flour, Breakfast
Food and Barclay Food, at Randolph &
Co.' We are selling the Tampa Smoker 5c
Collins' Grocery & Drug Co. has a cigars 3 for 10c. try them, Racket Cro-
complete stock of drugs and chemicals, cery.
a competent pharmacist to prepare same, .Whe you want Loaded Shells don'tt
and can save you money if you call on forget that Yaeger keeps thenm-all sizes.

Loaded Shells for bats at Yeager's. See our 50 cents CoIf Hat.
. .-- the latest for Ladies and
I Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberts', on Misses, at Boxhorn's Bar.
* Adams street, corn. oats, hay, bran, gain House.
cooked cow feed. flour in barrel and half
e barrels. Besides this you will always Miss Lucile Proven-" desire s to an-
find a choice line of groceries, cheap. nounce that she will take charge of her
41-tf music cass in a ffew weeks oit the same
Si-l .- ..-... C terms, $4.00 and $6.00 per month. It
t Capital lailorinyg Compmay.
To the Public.
Mr. R. L. Collins wishes to inform the
S ,public that he has the old prescription
SDouflass Chill and files of Mr. M. Lively and also those of
Shis successor in business, Mr. A. M.
e Iuar Tnn:. Carlisle. and can fill all prescriptions
e eVrTI OIUIn..... promptly and accurately from same.

Cures for 25 cents. It can Vse- ,"'Lincon's (VCll and Ferei
be had only at Toi'1," the q/uarn i fteed uere, fo
sale onyi biq lViqst & Bro., Drug
SCHRADER'S. gists.
SDo von kinow that Swectauig carries f
e full stock of musical instruments? i (
Fall opening of new goods, at Sweet- and see him.
r ing's. -
..... .. Large Size Heavy Towels I'
Syrup cans in half gallons an(d one Lare Size He -- .w .l
ga 1 spa 11 De l f only 10 cents, at Boxhorn' T
gallons, at Ball, De,,illy & Co.'s 30-2t only 10 c0nts,0 at Boxnorn'
I Bargain House.
' Parties desiring t) have hay baled will Bargain --_ .
* call on or write J. G. Collins. New, lat- To Cure Constipation Forever. 4
est improved machine. Will go to your T'.k- < 'a.-art ts Camdy Ca:thartic. 1 q
place and do work reasonable. 20-tf or 2.5c. If C. C. <. fai to cure, dru

Cane Mills and Sugar Kettles for sale -
at lowest prices, by L. C. Yaeger. BiG LT O
d If you want to get the worth of your
a hard earned dollar, trade at the Racket
e Grocery. stationery I

COMINC-WHO? ,
i MEYER & COI'PANY-TAILORS. at th, -l

k REPRESENTATIVE
- Who has been in your town on several Tra'l'l '> flC riQ
y previous occasions. He will have with |
s him three hundred styles of Woolens in ;
large pieces, which comprise the newest
Novelties and Up-To-Date Styles. He -- I
would be pleased to have you call and
e talk over the Styles in Dress for the corn-
e ing season at Some special ,irive.s 1. Styli-i. U 0o-
t LEVY BROTHERS, D x Pa, r
n Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. .
e 27, 38 and 29.

Don't send off for anything. Go and ,_ '
g consult Sweeting. .-


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A fresh lot of -gant erip ammiB
all vaee package and buk j" ii
atT.'B.Byrd's.
M. T. Joiner, at T. J. Roberts' sor%,
gent for Singer Sewing Macbine. &M.
plies ordered and Old Mwhineo taken M
exchange.
Take Lincon's Liver Pills s
cleanse the system of all malavi-
for sale only 'by Wight d Bro.
Druggists.
R. L Collins is selling Hawke's glasm
at $1.00 per pair. Elsewhere they cost
you"$2.00 for the same identical glasses.
Educate Your Bowels With CasMets.
Candy Cathartic, -cure constipation
forever. Oc,. 25c. If (. C. fail,
druggists refund money.
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 freh Cali-
fornia fruits, at T. B. Byrd's Thursday
or Friday..
FOR SALE-.15) hales straw hay and
3.50 bushels feed oat.s. Leave orders at
this office or direct J. G. Collmn, Tatll.-
hassee, Fla.
A car load of fresh hay has just bxem
received at T. J. Roberts' store. Wifl
be sold cheap for cash. tf






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To THI DKiF'.--A *ch lady. cured of
'er Deafnest, and No i4es iin Pitw iadl v c 3
)r. N;.holmn's Ar: licial E r Drums, _
iave $1l,000 to his lititute. so that deaf --
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Panac a Mineral Springs Hotel,

DWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor.

Rates, $1.53 per!'day; $8.00 per week; S25.00
St3 $30.OO per month.

S,.- ,! i l. hvi be given families or partie-.
l: i-l : mi, all train at Slu.whiop'y Station on Carrabele, Talla-
hal-see and I Excursion Rates.
Th- abov road is now- giving the tfollowih low r.mn-b trip rates
^ from Tallahi wee: (, l return fro:u S turdar until M)l lv, $1..;
good'for ten :ys, $2.I): ,$ .'i I until Se:,e:nber. s-2.30.
All Modern Conveniences.
Th, hotel has just heen enlarged. new mineral and salt water
p.pools luiilt: I 1t, t.d cold water in all rooms: baths also given in hotel;
billiard aid il roomr-: shultle bo:trd. and in fact all ir,,li-ru conve-
nii-nce. Pt t office in hott Ibuilin,. Telephone c',ine,'tion with
telegraph ofl *,. Diily mails, etc. Cuisine the lest.
For furt er information, alddrlr-
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
Paflacea. Fla.

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Tallaha see- Undertaking Company,
S. P. ROZEAR, Proprietor.
On door east of Munro's Srore, under Opera House.
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Keeps in stock all grades of Undertaking Supplies,
faction. A pcftion of your patronage is solicited, and
promp attention.


and guarantees satis-
all orders will receive


200,000acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and West
Florida, in tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres,
at reasonable prices; rated according to timber, location, etc.
Also desirable city and suburban Residences and Building Lots in and
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THAUIRally,. -8&k'NlGr-vlfWA 202 1900


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His Letter Accepting the
eincratit Nomination
for President.


IATE THI GREAT HOIOR


es and Approves the Platform
lpled by the Convention at
Kansas City.

His Views Upon the Question or
stes, the Labor Problem and
Other Subject.&


W am Jennings Bryan's letter ac-
the Democratic nomination for.
t ot the United States is as

om. amea D. Richardson, Chairman,
aa. Others of the Notification Com-
mite of the Democratic National
C vention:
Ge tlemen:-In accepting the noml-
atlo tendered by you on behalf of
E* democratic party, I beg to assure
V1 8 my appreciation of the great
hm. conferred on me by the dele-
gates in convention assembled, and
h bt voters who gave instruction to
te delegates.
I sensible of the responsibilities
which rest upon the chief magistrate
t great a nation, and realize. the
Mtr- ehing effect of the questions in-
rWlv in the present contest.
1 my letter of acceptance of 1896
1 -a the following pledge:
deeply am I impressed with the
of the power vested by the
l a in the chief executive of
i and with the enormous in-
which he can yield for the ben-
-t Injury of the .people, tLat I
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.-MLIAM S. 3RYAN,.
wishite enter the office, if\elected, free
from' any personal desire, except the
dealr* to prove worthy of the confi-
denhc of my countrymen. Iiuman
Judgment is fallible enough when un-
blasel by sellish considerations., a;d,
In orfer that I may not be tempte: t,,
Ise Pie patronage of the office to ad-
vance any personal :ambition, I her/,by
announce, with ,!l the emphasis which
word can express, my fixed deterni-
uati(A not. under any circtimstane.ms,
to be a aindidate for re-eiection, ill
case this c-ampaign results in my e'ee-
tion.' ,
Further reflection and olservatini
eonstain me to renew this pledge.
ThC platform adopted :it K-ansas ('ity
commands my cordial and tnqualiiied
approval. It courageously meets the
lsue now before -the country, and
states clearly and without ambiguity
the arty's position on every question
cons dered. Adopted by a convention
whi assembled on the anniversary of
the gning of the Declaration of In-
Sdence, it breathes the spirit of

re Eyes Precede Blindness.
W en the children's eyes are sore look
out! DCn't let a simple trouble ruin
the for life. Get a bottle (f the genu-
i.e IR. Dickey's Old Reliable Eye
S and use it at once. It doesn't
the sorest eyes .and the good effect
is immediate. The genuine; is
alw s enclosed in red carton. At
Wi t & Bro.'s Drug Store.


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which
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>r, Independence and patriotism
characterizes those who, at Phil-
Ihisa in 1776. promulgated the creed
ie Republic.
ving in my notification speech,
ssed somewhat at length the par-
int issue, imperialism, and added
observations on militarism and
Boer war, it is sufficient at this
to review the remaining planks
e platform.
THE TRUST QUESTION.
bUlcan Party Lacks Either Desire or
Ability to Deal with It.
te platform very properly gives
tinence to the trust question. The
Using growth" of combinations in


pro]
aLPP


that the Republicin party lacks either
the desire or the abRity to dde with
the question effectively. If as may 4be
fairly assumed from the speeches and
conduct of the Republican leaders, that-
party does not intend to take the peo-
ple's side against these organizations,
then the weak and qualified condem-
nation of trusts to be found in the Re-
publican platform- is designed to dis-
tauct attention while industrial despot-
ism is completing its work. A private
monopoly has always been an outlaw.
Nb defense can be made of an indus-
trial system in which one, or a few
mIen, can control for their own profit,
the output or price of any article of
merchandise. Under such a system the
consumer suffers extortion, the produ-
cer of raw material has but one pur-
chaser, and must sell at the arbitrary
price fixed; the laborer has but one
employer, and is powerless to protest
against injustice, either in wages or
in conditions of labor; the small stock-
holder Is at the mercy of the spccu!a-
tor, while the travelit~ s:,'esman con-
tributes his salary to the overgrown
profits of the trust. Since but a small
proportion of the-people can share in
the advantages secured by private
monopoly, it follows that the remain-
der of, the people are not only ex-
cluded from the benefits, but are the
helpless victims of every monopoly or-
ganized. It is difficult to over-estimgte
the immediate injustice that may be
done, or to calculate the ultimate ef-
feet of this injustice upon the social
and political welfare of the people.
Our platform, after suggesting certain
specific remedies, pledges the party to
an unceasing warfare against private
monopoly in nation, state and city. I
heartily approve of this promise; if
elected, it shall be my earnest and con-
stant endeavor to fulfill the promise in
letter and spirit. I shall select an at-
torney general who will, without fear
or favor, enforce existing laws; I shall
recommend such additional legislation
as may be necessary to dissolve every
private monopoly which does business
outside of the state of its origin; and,
if contrary to my belief and hope, a
constitutional amendment is found to
be necessary, I shall recommend such
ani amendment as will, without impair-
ing any of the existing rights of the
states, empower congress to protect
the people of a!l the sta.c? from injury
at the hands of individuals or corpora-
tions engaged In interstate commerce.
The platform accurately describes
the Dingley tariff law, while it con-
demns it as a "trust breeding measure,
skillfully .devised to gire to the few
The progressive nations of the world
are the great food consuming nations.
Good food well digested gives strength.
If you cannot digest all you eat, you need
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what
-you eat. You need not diet yourself. It
contains all of the digest ants combined
with the best known tonics and recor.-
structives. It will even digest all classes
of foods in a bottle. No other prepara-
tion will do this. It instantly relieves
and quickly cures all stomach troubles.
All Dealers.

favors 1vhich they do not deserve, and
to place upon the many burdens which
they should not bear." iUnler its op-
eration trusts can plunder the people
of the United States,. while they sue-
cessfully complete in forei~rn markets
with manufmc turers of oiliher countries.
Even those, who justify the general
policy of protection will find it d:li-
cult to defend a tariff,which enables
a trust to exact nu exorbitant toll
from the citizen.

CORI'OIATIONS IN I'OLITICS .
Democratic Party Makes No War on Hon-
estly Acquired VWeath.
The Democratic party makes no war
upon honestly acquired wealth; neither
does it seek to embarrass corporations
engaged in legitimate business, but It
does protest against corporations en-
tering politics, and attempting to as-


sume control of the instrumentalities
of government. A corporation is not
organized for political purposes, and
should be compelled to confine itself
to the business described in its char-
ter. Honest corporations, engaged in
an honest business, will find it to
their advantage to aid in the enpct-
ment of such legislation as will pro-
tect them from the undeserved odium
which will be brought upon them by
those corporations which enter the po-
litical arena.
The Republican party has persist-
ently refused to comply with the ur-
gent request of the interstate com-
merce commission, for such an en-


Poisonous toadstools resembling mush-
rooms have caused frequent deaths"this
this year. Be sure to use only the genu
ine. Observe the same care when you
ask for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
There are poisonous counterfeits. De-
Witt's is the only original Witch Hazel
Salve. It is a safe and certain cure for
piles and all skin diseases. All Dealers.
largement of the scope of the Inter-
state commerce law as will enable the
commission to realize the hopes
aroused by its creation. The Demo-
.cratic party is pledged to legislation
which will empower ,the commission
to protect individuals and communi-


of 16 to 1, independent of the-action
of other nations, is repeated. In 1896
the Republican party recognized the
necessity for bimetallism by pledging
the party to an earnest effort to se-
cure an international agreement for
the free coinage of silver, and the
president impmediately after his in-
auguration, by authority of congress,
appointed a commission composed of
distinguished citizens to visit Europe
and solicit foreign aid. Secretary Hay,
in a letter written to Lord Aldenham
in November, 1898, and afterwards
published in England, declared that at
that time the president and a majority
of his cabinet still believed in the great
desirability of an international agree-
ment for the restoration of the double
standard, but that it did not seem
opportune to. reopen the negotiations
just then. The financial law enacted
less than a year ago containss a con-
cluding section declaring that the
measure was not intended to stand in
the way of the restoration of bimetal-
lism, whenever it could be done by
co-operation with other nations. The
platform submitted to the last Repub-
lican convention with the endorsement
of the administration again suggested
the possibility of securing foreign aid
in restoring silver.
Now the Republican party, for the
first time, openly abandons its ad-
vocacy of the double standard, and in-
dorses the monetary system which it
has so often and so emphatically con-
demned. The Democratic Iarty, on th,:
contrary, remains the steadfast advo-
cate of the gold and silver coinage of
the constitution, and is not willing
that other nations shall determine for
us the time and manner of restoring
silver to its ancient place as a stand-
ard money. The ratio of 16 to 1 is
not only the ratio now .existing be-
tween all the gold and silver dollars In
circulation in this country, a ratio
which even the Republicai adminis-
tration has not attempted to change,
but it Is the only ratio advocated by
those who are seeking to re-open the
mints. Whether the senate, now hos-
tile to bimetallism, can be changed
during this campagin or the campaign
of 1902 can only be determined after
the votes, are counted, but neither the
present nor the future political com-
plexion of congress has prevented or
should prevent an announcement of
the party's position upon this subject
in unequivocal terms.
The currency bill, which received the
sanction of the executive and the Re-
publican members of the house and
senate, justifies the warning given by
the Democratic party in 1896. It was
then predicted that the Republican
party would attempt to retire the
greenbacks, although the party and its
leaders studiously concealed their in-
tentions. That purpose is now plain
and the people must choose between
the retention of the greenbacks, issued
and controlled in volume Ly the gov-
ernment, and a national banknote cur-
rency issued by banks and controlled
In their own interests. If the na-
tional banknotes are to be secured by
bonds, the currency system now sup-
ported by the Republican party in-
volves a permanent and increasing
debt, and. ?o long as this system
stands, the financial classes will ine
tempted to throw their powerful influ-
ence upon the side of any measure

We live in a country of which the
principal scourge is stomach trouble.
It is more widespread than any ot?9 r
disease, and, very nearly, more danger-
ous.
One thing that makes it so dangerous-
is that it is so little understood.
If it were better understood, it would
be more feared, more easily cured, less
universal than it is now.
So, those who wish to be cured, take
Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it goes
to the root of the trouble as no other
medicine d s. The pure, haratless,
curative herbtand plants, of which it is
composed, are what render it so certain
and, at the same time, so gentle a cure.


It helps and strengthens the stomach.
purifies and tones up the system.
Sold by druggists, price, 10 cents to
$1.00 per bottle.


which will contribute to the size'and
permanency of a national debt. It is
hardly conceivable that the American
people will deliberately turn from the
debt-paying policy of the past, to the
dangerous doctrine of perpetual bonds.
POPULAR IJCTION OF SBNATOBs
Demand Appears Firr Time I- D e-
eratic National Platform.
The demand for *a constitutional
amendment providing for the election
of senators by direct vote of the peo-
ple, appears for the first time in a
Democratic national platform, but a
resolution proposing such an amend-
ment, has three times passed the
house of representatives, and that,
too, practically without opposition.
Whatever may have been the reasons
which secured .the adoption of the pres-
ent plan, a century ago, new condi-
tious have made it imperative that the
people be permitted to speak directly
in the selection df their representatives
in the senate. A senator is no less the
representative of the state because he
receives his commission from the peo-
ple themselves, rather than from the
member nt tha sttIt p.r;oant-n.,.r. tI


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Tim nen Cancer was considered as incurable as leprosy.
Physicians friends could give little relief or encouragement to
one afflicted th thisterrible disease. Even now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady; while admi
a blood disa they till insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation, and advise you to have the Cancer
but at the time cannot assure you that it will not return. You may cut or draw out the sore, but another will
its place, for e disease is in the blood-is deep-seated and destructive, and beyond the reach of the surgeon's
caustic, flesL- ying plasters. The blood must be purified and strengthened, the system relieved of all poiso
matter before e Cat.cer sore will heal.
S. S. S. i e only medicine that can overcome this powerful and containiopting poison and ,force it out of the
builds up and nvigorates the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy ; not
can be found it; the roots and herbs from which it is made contain, powerful purifying properties that act dire
the blood sy and make a safe and permanent cure of Cancer. It has cured thousands, why not you ?
Cancer is always inherited; your family may be fiee from any taint, yet your blood may become so polluted that
-^ *and stubborn form of the diseag
Impu Blood Invites Bisease, -S^S oS, a
UuiI develop from a sore or ulcer on your
Im p01W In .UJror other patt of your body; a slight
or hurt, a little pimple on the el
or nose, a iump on the jaw or breast, a harmless looking wart or mole, and other causes so insignificant asto
little or no at nation. If you have an obstinate sore, don't rely upon salves or ointments to cure-it-begin with t&
at once; it 11 cleanse your blood; and prevent the formation of cancerous cells.
, Mrs. R. Shi r. La Plata. Mo., writes: "A small pimple came on my jaw about one inch below the
ear on the left e of my face. At first it gave me no trouble, and I did not think it was anything serious
until the jaw n to swell and became much inflamed. At the same time the sore began to spread and
eat into the flesh anti g-ave intense pain. I tried everything I could hear of. but nothing did me any
good. I then he an the use of S. S. S., and after taking several bottles the Cancer ht-aled, and there
as now no sign the disease. This was two years ago, and I am still enjoying perfect health."
Send for special book on Cancer; it contains much information that will interest
you; it is f
Write h',sicians about your case, and for any advice or information wanted; they
have made a ire study of Cancer and all blood diseases. We make no charge what-
er for this. Address, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. .
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people, as a
them if lie c
commend itse
fidence in tho
ism of the mn
'The platfo
pie of direct
ready applie4
questions in
rests upon t
people can I
more respond
the will of t
it will be fro
THE
Abolition of

Several pla
are devoted 4
laboring cla
interest, but
feet our enti
is generally
injunction is
ly ag'nust
tions, Vhen
tween them
volves a pri
ery one. Tl
tion in such
by judge fo
a covert blo)
abolit;on of
is as necess
the reputation
tile security ,4
,n defending
"TI iinpI
justice, whi<|
sons aild oin
end of civil
trust elitil

A 1
Could not e
nie E. "-prin
Philadelphia,
Dr. King's N
tion had cg
hat-kirg coaw
made life a ih
and doctors c
she says of tl
removed the
now skep s,
scarcely remie
like sounding
Uiverse."
Dr. King's
trouble of th,
Price 50c. an
at any drug sI
teed.
select body t
by the prince
eat offices of
in spite of tli
have frequei
toward those
dignity. It il
human natui
always attexi
good of the
If the crim1
for the prol
.can be madi
zen charged
case tried bej
The black
some places
place the en
ress, for the
independence
not only discli
securing anyl
blacklist ena
by mutual
over the wag
monopoly ex
DEMAND
It Should Be
S Emp
The platfo
arbitration I
Iieir employ
rved the i


NoR
"I had bm
said Mrs. M
Ill., "and at 1
never got rel
Honey and T
Quick relief. i


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Fvhole, -an0 apienable to
misrepresents them. must
f to those who have con.
intelligence and patriot-
sses.
i indorses the princi-
legislation. This is al-
to the more important
stion, state and city. It
sound theory that the
trusted, and that the
e the government is to
e people, the more free
misuse and abuse.
DBOB QUESTION.
government y InJjaction
SNeeery.
ks of the labor platform
questions in which the
s have an immediate
rhich more remotely af-
population. While what
own as governmentby
Lt present directed chpef-
ie employes of corpora-
ere is a disagreement be-
nd their employer, it in-
Aiple which concerns ev-
Spurpose of the injunc-
ses is to substitute t'iial
trial by jury,' and is
at the jury system. The
Government by injunction
Sy for the protection of
of the court, as it is for
' the citizen. Blackstone
ria! by jury, says:
rtihl :inilinistra;ion if
[ secures bofhi our per-
i:Ir':)erties is he -griat
)?-hty, ut if :;h:t 1)he ei-
ly to tl.e iin ;i.'strai a


usliind Tungies
pr3ss the rapture of An-
er, of 112.3 Howard St.,
-a., when she found that
w Discovery for Consuimp
pletely .cured her of a
that for many years ihad
den. All other remnijbes
uld give her no help, but
is Loyal Cure-' it soon
ain in my chest and 1 can
andly, something I can
uber doing before. l~ feel
is praise thirou.oiiou the
) will every one who tries
e-w Dit-covery for any
*Throat, Chest or Langs.
$1.00. Trial bottles free
>re; eyery bottle gL4r .nm-

men. and those sel4ted
such as enjoy the ligrh-
the sthte, their decisions
Ir natural integi ity, Wvill
fly an involuntary bias
of their own rank, and
not to be expected from
U that the few would' be
;ive to the interests and
tany."
al laws are not suttlcIent
etion of property, tieey
more severe, but a titi-
rith crime must have his
are a jury of his peer4
st as now employed in
enables the employee to
loye under practical du-
skilled laborer loses his
when the employers tan
large him, but prevent his
similar'employment. The
les employers to Sere,
agreement, that control
earners which a private
raises without contract.
]MB ARBITBRArION
Supported by the. Pulie,
Kyer and Employe.
m renews the demand for
between corporations nmd
's. No one who has ob-
riction which arises be-.


list for 20 Years.
achitis for twimty ye
oerva Smith of Dan
rnes have been bedtasi
auntla I had taken Fo]
r. Itis pleasant and
rd is a sure cure for tb


mendation of the establishment; of :i
department of labor, with a member
of the cabinet at its head. When we
remember how Important a position
the laborer fills in our economic, so-
cial and political fabric, it is hard to
conceive of a valid objection being
made to this recognition of his serv-
ices. Agriculture is already represent-
ed in the president's official household;
the army and navy have their repre-
sentatives there; the state department,
(Continue 4on 7th page.)


Legal Advertisements.



Notice of Election.


W HEKEAS, THE LEGISLATURE OF 189",
under the Constitution ot I,5, of thle -tate
of Florida, did pa~s four Joint Kesolutions pro -
posing 'Amendments to the constitution of the
State of Florida, and ihe same ,were agr.-ed to by
a vote of three-fifths of all the members elected to
each House; that the vote on said Joint Re--olu-
tit ns wre oen tretd unn their rn'swetive Journals.


Notice of Application for Peru
Sell Liquors, Win s and Beer
PUBLIC NOTICE IS 9 HEIRj ;IViy
Abby Snced, doing iuiusic-z under t#e
of John Snced, has iled ji vith the B
County Commissioners of Inn ; otity .
State of Florida, her application lr a'
sell liquors, wines and beer ip Eif-tioun
No. 1:3, of said county and Atate- that i
plication will be acted on iU- the said Ba
County Commissioners at their niexta
mcetine, which will be held on the iti'st
in October. A Il).:19lk., at 1, ,o'elctb
forenoon of said day, and the :aid Boardh
cills upon any citizen of such Electio- g
who may desire to do so, tois-ihow cause,
there be. at the said next retularineetiang
Board, why such permit shall not begr
the applicant.
By order of the Board of County ComwMi
of Leon county, Florida.
This the 3d day of September, A. D. 1t
(SEAL ) COUNCIL A. Bayu
Clerk Board County Ctminissionersiu
25-4:


Xade.:nder Section 36, Chapter 411.
of Florida,(1893.)
Showing the amount of taxes chareJlt
-Tax Collector of Leon county. Florid t
collected for the current year 181, Im
apportionment of the sm.e to the "
funds for which *uch taxes have beesmi
including poll taA with county school It
Total amount charred fortrxits iaM.. M
Total collected to July 3. If*l .. T17


with the yeas and nays thereon, and they diti de .
termiine and direct thatthe -aid Joi,.t ReWolutions Balance............................ $
be submitted to the eltctors of the State at the APPORTION NT.
General Election in November, 1900. General revenue ......... 5l 46
Now, therefore, I, John iL, 'rawford., secre- Ain't paid to July 3 1.j.' 55,7.1;- 6-1,1
dietary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby Sinking nd I nte -st Fund .V5 a-
give notice that a Ain't paid ro Juli.:1. ii0.. -
Fines and Fo'feitures..... 1 41
GENERAL ELECTION Ain't paid to July 3. li _'.. 2: 43- 4
toads and Bridires........ -:: 13
will be held in each county in Florida on Tues Ain't plid to July :, 1V.l < S i -4- 3
day next succeeding the ntirt Mo.day hii Novem- I county Schoor T......... P .--t,
Ix-r, A. I). lO, the said Tuesdlay being the Ain't paid to July :. 1'.. .ji- : U- -
SIXTH DAY OF NO(VEMLER, -
for the gratification or rtje -tion oi the -aid .Joinit Attest: 4'4Cr:% 'i. A. lIRny
It~e lut:oi. piopoin; .\it Int- to thI ('otn it.ooi 111 the -L.tae of' -tit., iia, vi/. :


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b-'-e by agreed-(Ito and -hazii I,-- Smln:I-Tok U,1) the1Lc-;eV ioilb" uIfwli t ''' :7- -
xle. hN 41 tiu -taje at(Ile (;vIc rilet lE.et-toli. A. 1'~ l, ,te tt-,-i 1: l-
it. xHMI, brr tint-iftion uy01rc-jt-(-t:Omll. alter the first jitildiet-itiiou~,- *'Im
wc-Inili4, Article VI I, of til-eI oflsitllIionfl ofher-eof thisi lotief- will be -I in an't U
the 'LutAte0 ONWrlda is hut Ch) tkIihLkd"!" so 15to if;I. :mi al:l ir *m:s aW-1 b) W 1:
really a:' tollt ,r -' lii- t-o-Le : an-re pr dto 'u;V-l~'
i. ed-u L '. i r. i- 4e .1na b ,;lI i-fr-xt U-ipj
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the I tirt I tic~daxnft :r C~v ;.. r-t _Muitda\- it:ni x1
\e-mbter, A.L J1.00, iozoificatietion or re-jec-- oi
tion Not' ic,
i-ectioII 2514f Artit-c le IIoi ,-id ('.ne-titutioii be Tht- re-ri-itr::itioii I ski -willn.a. h
and Ji-her-b-i- aniewled.to :I,,to ri-mi I;i. loll *Ws% .1-------vat ce OilTit'l-Iyl V-' *
Secvition 2.). ^Fie IA-ge- ti. tme shall pr'.v-de lby T'lltitr-ly ,f Cau-li wt-e'. aft, 4 iit --
gt-i crAb law for aeimico raimlg -tt-ich L4ucat~ anal, Auineds-, 1INN~ S j L'-ii '
aigricultuiral. imCriaitcinic. mlitilig, translonta- _____s-kt. a i a-
associations a&) may hedkc ei i~ece--ary: but i
shall not Iva-s all\ spea-ial iav; 01 anly ,uch sub
je--t. and any isuchi p-Itial law -haillbe f i

S h a l l p r e c -u t l e [ K -c i a l l e g l l, i o n a1-t t o a ti n i v e r -_ _
sity or the public schools, or as to a slti1, canal ~ fLrn(otiy


ARTICLE XVII.
That the following Amendment to the Cod stitu-
tion oi the State of Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and i-hall be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General Election in
November, A. D. 1900, for ratification or rejec-
tion.
Section 5 of Article VIII of the Constitution
shall be and is hereby amended so as to read as
follows:
Section 5. Immediately upon the ratification of
this amendment the County Commissioners of the
severa'counties of this State snail diviqe their
respective counties into five Commissioner's Dis-
tiicts, to be numbered respectively from one to
five inclusive, and each district shall be, a* nearly
as possible, equal in proportion to population,
and thereafter there shall be in each of sich dis-
tricts a County Ccmmissioner, who shall be
elected by the qualified electors of safd county.
at the tune and place of voting for other county
officers, and shall hold his office for ti years.
The-powers. duties and compensation f such
County-Commissioners shall be pi escribedy law;
Provided, 'That nothing herein -hall effect the
terms of Commissioners holding office at the time
of sech division; Provided further, That all va-
cancies occurring by limitations of terms. or from
death, resignation or otherwise, before tie elec-
tion of 1902, shall be filled by appointmeUt by the
Governor as now provided by law.
ARTICLE XVIIL'
That the following Amendment to thq Corsti -
tution of 'the State of Florida be and th same is
hereby agreed to, and shall be submitieq to the
electors of the State at the General Elt tion in
November, A-. D. 1900, for ratification qr rejec-
tion.
Section 12 of Article XVI of the Constitution
of the State of Florida is amended to read t fol-
lows:
Section 12. The i resent seal of the State shall
remain the seal of the State of Florida. The
State Flag shall be of the following pr rtions
and description: Depth to be three- fourth% length
of fly. The &eal of the State of diameter one- third
the fly, in the centre of a white ground. -lied
bars, in width one-eighth the length of fly ex
tending fn m each corner toward the centre to
the outer rim of the seal.
The votes cast in compliance with said propose


. the AState of lTori(bl
BE IT KNOWN, THAT I. JOH1 i N 1 ',C
ford, Secretary of State 16f the -tate t!
ida, do hereby give notice tlht a
GENERAL EiECTION
Will be held in Leon coun St, tate of Fla
on Tuesday next succeeding the lir-t MloiM
November, A. D. 1900, the! said Tuesd*ayh
the -
SIXTH DAY OFNV)VEMBER, ;
For four (41 Presid'-nti il Eectors:
For one Representative of thi FirstOi
sional District of Florida, au the Fifty-S
Congress of the United stat e.
For governor of the State f< Floridai
For Secretary of the -atk the stated
ida.
For Attorney-General of ti State of FP
For Comptroller of the-S"tale ot Florida.
For Treasurer of State of Florida,
For Superintendent of Public lintruetil
the State of Florida.
For Commissioner of Agritultuwc of thi
of Florida.
For Justice of the Supreme coui of tli
of Florida.
For one Railroed Commis.oner for the S
Florida. I
For two Members of the Iouse of RepNo
tives of the State of Florida.
For County Judge.
For Cleik of the Circuit Cc urt.
For Sheriff.
For Tax Assessor.
For Tax Collector.
For County Treasurer.
For County Superintendent of Public l
tion.
For County Surveyor.
For Justiceof the Peace in and for
ing Justice Districts, viz: Nos.. 1.2,3,4,
8,9
For Constable in and for the f allowing
Districts, viz: Nos. 1,2.:.1'.5 i;,7.S,9
For three Members of the County t Board
lie Instruction.
The attention of the Sheriti is called to-
requiring them to cause a notice oi the
tion to be published in a licwsa.;('nr p
the county. if there be a na tIr in thel


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greatly lessen .the value of the canal, %oIeme X ern' Ghost. ni...... 'ine a
ER If it would not indeed convert it into Ing, but the protectionhas been eyond B ds ...d i mn eab
SLP a positiveame e in time of war. The value to our sister republics. If a tack we can safely proceed to the Thoreau ad his moherIthe r i. *: *i l ct o cothe
paramounk interests of the United Filipino republic is erected upon the tlement of the numerous quest house (at ConcordY has had'for iti oe- iee.i: ,o in, rori-room.-she
C States in the western hemisphere, to- ruins of Spanish tyranny, its protec- which involve the domestic and cupants A. Bronso Alcott and family, t. in. r:. .. t~ the fire~pc
'- faon uwlv. mv=&' gether with theobligations to defend tion by us will be neither diffiult nor nomic welfare of our citizens. Including his distio guisbed daughter. sthoils o.er it rud mo foni
all mll a an Y the republics to the south of us, makes expensive. No European nation would Very truly yours, t m1
i or5.5 S. Kingdon In The des Rome Jo w- .
emiws o r. meod. It necessary that our government shall be willing for any other European na- W. J. BRYAN. L. IneO inem Thmetimes cme outhe h i .. IA
din o hm'ml bte able to close the canal against any tion to have the islands, neither wouldGot It Don "Tnemhe r oiia.i d r i th
TRn Got It Done. ghost of Mme. Tlioreau.. Those who promiuc ehUlt-.t- e.
1Ain hNstile e po wer. any nrntiong An In'telligent-looking boy walk know Mme. hrclau and herhabits Thoreau v.ere a abhorrnce of dt
41W Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma voke a war with us in order to obtain into a groce's shop the other day. an confirm the description given by a and a dread of liiy. Satisfied on theu
S minister r have long been ready t4 assume the possession of the islands. If we as- eding from a pIr. said: servant who left t house because of points the irit would disappear. U
fa Ol l responsibilities and enjoy the privi- sert sovereignty over the Filipinos we "I want six pounds of -ugar at 2 the visitation, in e-ery detail; her tal er n stth on
ow af leges of statehood, and it will be a will have to defend that sovereignty by a pound." ation in y detail; b
b" I eaeiS pleasure, as well as a duty, to carry force, and the Filipinos will be our "Yes," said the Eglsh shop gaunt figure, her pig white cap her n the daytime.
t*o0' out the platform pledge concerning .enemies; if we protect them from out- "that will be one and lihre, halfpen stealthy step, her quiet comings, her
e for Colat them. side interference, they will defend "Eleven pounds of rive at l 'd noseless goings. The nails of t fingers never gr
tDr. meJt There will be a popular acquiescence themselves and will be our friends. If pound." "Whe'seen, she invariably stood in with the same deree of rapidity. Ti
t In do T e baencora e "One and fmai,-lien halfpennr the dooray, h r ad
,word-he tspleldo in the demand for home'rule, and a they show as much determination in con t t! l'nnr J theoorway, eat chp well ad- nail of the-mid finger growf g1
astem t s territorial form of government in opposing the sovereignty of other na- co ur il i :a 1 d used her neat handkerchief, half un- the greatest raityand that of t
ase oandn u5p onsc nti Alaska and Porto Rico. Both are en- tions as they have shown in opposing pourlo" folded, tucked l wat tumb the least
tt at w z titled to local self-government and our sovereignty, they will not require "Si. and ei:."' bad of her full dress skit-pausing a
eDtr a dbn uif 5sLS representation in congress. much assistance from us. A e atindividl- ttmet.. UNFA IR TAXATION. ffeeat s d. .-' ^: tir.s of at lously about, then stooping and run- as to have fridiidat a distance. T
In e ite of hn o requ"to $SLAND OF CUBA. at fur g her fingeralong the edge of the uark the latitude and longltude.
yel- r o doctors all parts of the 1 eiclilt th6s -. P.ir t, -Z t
asrkindoatug for prvilee of Matter Which Is Made the Pretext fo? eight tins of ur;I.. ; ls d.-
Bathaway'smetbodoft n hebelieves Cam Its welfare Be Intrusted to the Re- The ISiopui;t imade t ilit bill a d -
remedieat he istoowel a of the mis- publican Party. handed it to il,..l.hl..-.,? I d
ieh way be done by the un Imul owonany a The Republican party, drawing as it your IIotler si-AlI i.: ,mtv or d OCEAN STEA
system, neverinind howperea= The recognition contained in both
Ski Dr. Hathawa streatmentor The recontained n both does enormous campaign funds from she want them, c r' SAVANNAH LINE
blooddimet whatever e the Dememocratic and Republican plat- those who enjov special privileges at M. mothe di at .(SAVANNAH
plec.andnotonly resthekin forms ofthe right of the Cubans to in- the hands of the government is power- said the liov scu; hild of the I 1.
atoteir natural condi ,but purifies ethe hands of the government, is power- ..it's uIV ,ri, i" ;-. :ind 1 i d
that the dieaets mU and corn- dependence. removes the general prin- tt thrs fr
driven from the system a all iswithout less to protect thie tx payers rom the to get it (ione tsoehow."
poisonous, or dangis drus.i e
His treame of Vare ciple involved from the domain f par- attack of those who profit by large ap- I,.p-agr 9 ii
d andStricturel method exclu tisan politics. It is proper, however, propriations. A surplus in the treas- lA--u-r r..i. a.1-. -
o- to .. r wh.tlu. tie accomplish- -- A c-u-. ..
a ln tt eanent h comply ury offers constant temptation to ex- lrug, .s-. fro wil i : n -'.1 ,.i,' r r --
n e or In onvenineo atrer exl isd by the nid bl e safely -r travagance, and extravagnnce, in turn, is rl.usp. lhi.L. .'::, rs. e '
to any openofration.or itlorinu titu- ii-.tillpr ftee compels a resort to new mens of taxa. president :Il i-. .-.a alau tlh; f-
.nt. and s both safe and ret ortng the 't 1 1ha it!t (d to the allureumen ts of the b
Dr.Hathawayliasj ,pr'eparedanew .,:;*:; :towhi, aanoned its ear- ;:- l I.i r f f -
toa^ g ac din f ef tar hea **"* : in: done l its ear- w i is bing kept 'u tte -ack- 7 I I' t 4 1 a, %Vv rl l( 4! of f L
y testquetonblank thosewhohave 'r f "h ii I tural and inalien- ground until the campaign is over, is telli ti. ;ht i,.'I w, ll ........ ..
e thisblank shn n s re of m11:111. a fair, illustration of thl imposition predi.iol hil, ia ,. i~(o l.:li C han s -'-
Thesdemands m Hafrinw is 'I:,' for a svstcmaticand which wilrbte attempted when there is in hi i vl, ,,, I i, ,;., m-il by 'i- l.
Eook boock UManl lneA% V etihs r Proved for by using P. P. P.. Lippman's Great J esn i: I i .iec off i Y AN
SayNE exhaWTON ed the first edition f people. The im edy, the most marvelous cures of howl s rt or
I.Hat fora time of th e waters which nervousness are made, restorgheath thyear n re st r Fast Freight and Luurious Passener Rute t New Yrk. Btn and the Ea
wtllbe sent freeto any ewho sendah i sp d people mediately toning the d feeding the the (i :l,: i.-e '.iroi.d and :
nameandold 4r9 tol[lr. Hathawag. h ':.-- ,,'.,- ir'. al report estimates lie, with pure hloode which istdone s-ani, j 1,. I:)t"'"he -y
ed of Chronwic Diarrhdviea Aftetr ',, h provided for b using. P. P. isP. .. Lsuperio ppan Great eThee via palatiii l exprs steamships silifrom S1vannh. Four ships each
T hir officeorby M f Sfering. ,.. ...; s ,f Ieo fa rihe im- Remedy, te P. ost marvelous ry cures of O POSON U D BY B. B to New York, akin cl nnction w New ork-Boton i
Dr Isuff t ered haforl irtyAl rs wi -( t- : il. w: .rv, of. te hih nervousness are made, restoring health t il t r Fast Freight and ur Sound liners.
n Street, Jol A. vannh lloway, of .-..d:,. :., ii thf si:pring Iwonld( peo- Pl thee lately to the patient anrd making ti- D 14- feit, obstinate cases, theni ind t ans roo reservations, Nr c oon



1ch Camp MHISS. A IPhRH spwnt so 1.. wih 1t hrf yi t e-k ii na and aoarks that was ever put together for ta hav resisted d xtors, hot sp *.g- E. H. HINTOM, The Man:.er. WALIER HAWKIS, ;.. AgL Trallie Dept.

h tme nd rd s th cu of weand vigorous in a litt u la e icin trl Short Raih. l Ride to Savannah. v,
IO that I had given R alliopes of il>. ndIi go to aBwi th thrifty, in roteeBi- while.m
ts of rhe d iarrh traI cuuld o ns ctizens P. P. P. is superior to all Sarsaparil- ou ucuous patches in the metp r sste.
Sof labor. ul ot tr l.t th s it of tv e iadoet- Sore Throat? Eruption? Eating nnection with New ork on si,
Thirty Years of Syffering. a "rine t 'e sn ii tm f; orie: A P. P. has its formula on every car- Bone Pains? Itching S Bin? week to NewYrk, making
Slesuffered for thirty years with doler- tis wi f. tll ni on.% spent t Stiff Jint? Copper Co
d Diarrhought I d after taking t. if li wl ne t r t ril in itF Spott? Chancree to Suffererat s.n on the
eal hohtles am irly cured of ***n -, r ,if ito:iot w'\"1i Proi"de 0oc P. A thyicS a w lil tell you that P. P.nd eebrows falltp wit mthy ailing ul. Write for gner





"ch of Jll who su.fer ?s 1 have. For mce is rapidly ni.-.-sing. : nd we of lar'. ship owne, and in the in- spcfic will completely change the *n- |
ed,"if wa Ji( do so. we could not ofro th po mbination of greit to rolltst smooDeep-atthe lo oftinate cases the D e Cndy-roal im. ailish............... crt, st;tTam 61 7ervation, r ....l
h CBRYAN ON THE ISSUES. ad sp.t li, .anv nations b t cul- ron larks thatl waxes ever put together for tl lB.AV B. draind the poison. l 8P T, To4iin an: ABai.r h n sAra D.
Ich time and ioieV ;iilh| suffered so i the cu of weakness, general debility em so Patthie sympin atoms cannot re Y -- Tfia .ra.ALr2i -W Ag.. T -iS1 Dem p.
ch that I had given tp all iiopes of i nh. l slin ite i i and nervousn,- s. It is ap good tonic and t yield to B.he B. (B.tanic Bl buoms o the oo ma 3 npm. .. A,. ..... .. 1
very. I was so ient. h frots lose efh- The itiSOlS ii V:isa.. tn, th:e best blood purifier in the world. thoroughly tested for 30 yeears.y test I.
:nof the diarronwith thasl Icould io no .ie'-' ;sol and ilt- o li'r statt rien of F r sa ie v all i itB.B. B;t. you muticous patches in the m t? lor
do labortiv could not te un travels lintss of ai f(aiy. iil power. I lsoI>rf t doet- i. 'e ore Throate. Eruption ? Eating re? .. .. ...
accident wrs pi.rnttedi to find a e i ,,, ,dly With a irestoration of a foreigny iAlae Bone Pains ix Itching Skin;? Sw len eramll &* .-
trigf iianssber ould i ic, Cholera. reaois itinons ith :ut.t ai% cain btie iIrt and large redu- witf each little. i o r trial botth .. ..
d Diarrhba a Rl,,iedy, Iil after takIng e- nSera on tPs
eidal bottles 4.it am h iirely cured of intua .ntittr i.n. .dAla'-;ni with none, thle Alet-hant irime, hidalh in it- pott-? Ch ancres? Ul ration on the
aTh trouble. 1 a o seex lausion with the -re -tutios givls us y1inW t they self, is t retx for exl- ? Hair and eyebrows fall ou Is
uit that I am tinxio ts that it be in were a Wulidmill yvta'rn 'zo tlmr c-ia- ditu r-e of pitilic uioJiiey for th benefit :ile Skin a mass oi boils. pimples rod TRm. T
advantage to the try its e MOCTIN. we INCOME adi tie in- cer Then this wonderful B.
Fohtiroance and u iffer I have. For nire i. r sp fic will .completely change the
le by Wight o- Bro. ar.d all inmdicine are bro mtlit into cons.t:mit cii.aiiica- torlest.s of :1 trisnsjio'l9) inli liatimlOrly, whole body into a clean, perfect di- 1C"3O1l" 10 II .
c .t I( Cover by elrmaon of the Ch .. Ly.
-ll er i. te otioii with :lll parts of lhe- world. Evlen Thi' g,)\-iflllt(ea lati i tim orm 1t tion. free from eruptions, and kin .. O ~ .........Lv aL .i... 1 a 0pm T ..
c aemprtvif we di.'sirral 1,) do so. we c(-(ul not of tie 1)pi.00e. hIls ("1 r'iht to Cllh'-t niooth with the glow of perfect h Ith. (citv.. 4 n1Spa eillm..... To. pm 3.........
BYAN ON TlE i'UES. : fBord h ali-Itt'any iatils by cul- froinm he people taxes inomend t axm l- B. B. B. drains the poison omt the. i-. Ip Ar Badwin .. ... .a m ....
*( itis ued frouhni ll; i .-. t -iti i i: T e0it rir itinin ny \ith a gitlnate iteeis oif a go he ri slnviit lion- system so tile svm pltoms cannot re irt.. ---l--.. I2. .. arc ey.. ...............
Spo essent ial to te welfreof the however is covered th re We :t s .. Bp'n.....................







erefore,not desirable s.. p.r.-;!i...t Il. .. h.ver 1s t: r od. rut in ,:^o 3 ".. "l I 1 0m.... ... ..
es y His e thr.e How rit'S Disease Starts affirmation of the ah in iseo p antfo i the sa -etin 1B. B. 1. buils the ... .'.. S a. -.. .
borer preserving his "tion- .- i .osness blood poison- h ......... .. t








-, and maintaining a flm-ign s .Is and Jiving must,.ver prove n have bn excretedf ca'.h the uskidneys), lies the income tax ongre of the the digestion. S rer tes ............... 1









justice to merlin roducrs. s ureo lain in nerves ad joint, have authority o levy ad collect an "o. B si -a trial ottle i

ell as a perpetual scun-e of irritation. ('11111411" irritation of the kidne s, then Income tax w9e'never necessary, and young ;elle.w who %-.ts to a ti lam .5
pams over thesmall (if t1w back, mark ou*t 2-am
an amendm nt to the federal consti- strap a little nwarer I Itior,
THE PEV10N LAW.s. sure approach of BrighV's disease. Do tution specitically conferring such au. be alarined. Nfy boy Leal-' Ihat. Ile'S Z;M 6 4*M
not delay taking Foley's Kidney Cure, Only six ivevks tdd null krows th'. I Njpn 43&m 6 49p=
thority <)tight to be si!pported by even Ai Zact. :.c -itipi: 8 17&m 7 25pm
L, yells, 1-irght now." 41 r!rw ad!t 5 50 Io?, 9 45am 905M
ey Should lie Construed Atwordiiig To fix it Makes the kidneys right. 'rake le-e
Spirit That Proviapto.-d Papma-Ze.. nosubstitute. %N`i_-ht&Bro. those who may think the Lax unnece&- Coll ---- 01.Jahy exce,)% oundaly.
-xl)re-;e in th.- sary at this time. In the hour of No. 14, Through P"non aleepw
The party es its pridt 64
Ullited NLates. The continents of danger the government can draft the Robbed the Grave. I
Idiers and sailors of all our uars, punnum C
North and Sontli America nre dedi- citizen; it ought to be able to draft A stqrtling incident, of whii Mr. pullimndamm
?% I lopment of free v. the pocketbook as well. Unless money John Oliver of Philadelphia, WW &he
nd declares its Purpose to deal gen-
cated to the deve
rously with thein and their depend- subject, is narrated by him as Ows: pun C
anot Is more precious than blood, we fto .,I was in a most dreadful ccnditi V. y
nts. A liberal policy is natural and ernment. One republic aftei her not afford to givegreater protection to a
has been established. until today mon- the incomes Pof skin was almost yeLlow, eyes ken, A
ecessiry in a which de-, archial idea li. the rich Than to the tongue coated, pain continualiv I beck
government as barely a foothold in
nds upon a citizen "Idiery. instoad the new world. lives of the poor. and sides. no appetite-graduaily W_'
The subjects, however, trPated In ing, weaker day
large standing army. Self-inter- While it is not the )olicy of this y day. Three ei-
1, un
as well as -ratituile, compels the le That Throbbing Headache cians had given me up. Fortun a
P. country to interfere wliere auiicrb friend advised trying -Electric M*
,vernment to make bountiful pro- relations exist between European Would quickly ]pave you, if you used and to my great joy and su the
ision for Jhose who, tin the hour of countries and their dependencies in Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thouunds first bottle made a decided impro ent. Carrabelle, Talla
4- America, our people would look with of sufferers have proved their matchless I continued their use for three eekp, PASSENGER SC311EC
A disfavor upon any attempt on the part mer-tforSickand Nervous Headaches. and am now a well man. I k t, ey
Foley's Kidnq ly Cum I
of European They make pure blood and FdTong nerves -d tl ve of READ 1X)WV
pure medicine, and'contains in con- governments to maintain and build up your healt)L Easy to take. saved my life, and robbL ie
ntrated form, remedies recognizi another victim." No one At
_d by an unwilling or f relble sovereignty Try them. Only 25 centq. Money back try them. Only 50 cts., guaran at
e most 'skillful of th6 rr. e dical profes- over the peopit, living (in this side of if not cured. Sold by all druggists.
any drbg store.
ion as the most effecti,e agents for the the Atlantic.
re of kidney and lAadder diwAses. The position taken by the Republic- this letter, important as each may Washing 11itia Away.
Wight & Bro. an leaders, and more recently set seem in itself, do not press so iutpcri- The otber (Iny an amaterr n rse in I e X
fOrh by the Republican candidate for tliely for solution &s the question South Africa went up to a d0c r aad :W
danger. and at great acrlfice of busi- the presidency, viz.: That we cannot which the platform declares to be-the askpd hini wbat she must do. P. M. A. M.
Ueq-s. health and lif%* tender their protect a nation from outside inter- paramount issue in this campaign. "You shoii4d have It-.qriit.t t be- ........ 5 45 1100 0
fore you came herp." the d r re- A r. -5 -.5.5 111415.0..
rTiees to their country. ference without exereislij.- sovereignty Whether we shall adhere to, or abA-n- ... ...... ....... Lv 'h I
piled. -Do anything that wwaa s do- .. ...... .... .. '7' 3111132 113.2 .
The pension laws should. be con- over its people, is an assault upon tl)e' don those Ideas of government wnieb r# X 11 471M.0..
-StrU(41 leeording to the' generous spirit Monroe doctrine, for while this argu- have distinguished this nation from Ing. 7, 46i 1150119.2
The nurse went up to a ha some ........ f-, 51 11 5;121 4
which Prompted their passage. The ment is at this time directed agaii)st other nations and given to its history but wounded Ilighhaider, and Id: 8 K 1 12 12.29.5..
14atform very properly reiterates the Its peculiar charm and value, is a ques- f8 U 'IV X. 0
the proposit "Will you let ine wash you ace?"
'ion to give to the Filipinos
... ..:.:: .: ...... N Xk 12 38-402
PORition tak(4i in IW. that the fact of both independence and protection, it tion the settlement of which cannot The soldier turned and ans id: ...... 9 50 12 5550.0
-ClIlistilient shall be deemed conclusive is equally applicable-to the republics be delayed. No other qiies..on can-ap- "Yes, but hurry up. I've d iny P.,.Vl. 1p. M.t
LA ---
'evidence that the soldier w#s sound of Central and South America. If th4l4roach It in Importance. no other race washed six times since 1, kfa.-t, V. stop on sixnal ror passengers.
'WhPn the government accepted hipl. government cannot lend its strength to question demands such Inimedil-be c-.!u- and there's two more ladies 1-Y prrin- ()Onnecuons- At Tallahawc* With
aed to *ash me. But I 11-M get a steamers. At Apalachle0la With Cbm
A cerl i li ea te given now to the health of another republic without making sub- sideration. It is fla:;ier to lose a repp- U. S. Mail Steamer Cre%*nt City i
a person 40 years a6, even' if easily jects of its people, then we must tation than to est.iblish one, and th*s anoo2e before ten." tsvp Carrebelle daily, 11:00 a. m.
obtainable, should not have u much either withdraw our protection from nation would tind it a long and labori- Uest for the Bowels.
weight as the certificte of the medical the republics to the south of us or ab- ous task to re.aln its proud position CATARRF
Officer who examin4d the volunteer sorb them. Under tb same lea, that among the nations, if. under the stress No matter what ails you, hm*&e to
with a view of ascertlnlng his fitness of temptation, ;t should reputliate the a eanoer., you will never get JWI until
the guardian nation n:ist exert an an- Ur your bowels are put ri, C AARM
for army service. i thoritf equal to its retponsibility,. Eu- self-evident truths proclaimed by 0 gh
The Democratic pafty is in favor of ex- heroic ancestors and sacredly treas- il 0
help nature, cure you wi "tk, Pe or
ropean nations have for centuries pain, prc1duce easy, natural mo ents,
the immediate construktion, ownership ploited their wards,'and It Is a sig- ured during a career iiiiparalleled in costs yod just 10 cents to start tting M urdock 4.
and control of the N*arzigua canal by nific"t fact that the Republican party the anaals of time. When the doctrIL9 your health back. 'ASC Candy
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I'V BTMTUCK THI BIGGsT XIDA EVER
HEARD OF."
want to keep it to hit the crowd with
tonight. I want the biggest, bustinest
crowd to gather here tonight that the
town of Jericho has ever seen. Give
every man notice as he drops in today,
and along about 7 o'clock I'll hey the
Are bells rung and the horns tooted.
Tell 'em it's a big thing..pap; tell 'em
W'a sunthin that's bound .to jump this
town over a ten rail fence and make
eity lots wuth a thousand dollars
apiece."
There was a good deal of excitement
around town that afternoon, and when
night came the crowd at the postoffice
was as big as the time when war was
declared ag'in Spain. Most of 'em
thought Bill Lapham was goin to de-
clar war ag'in Mexico or .Canada, and
everybody was looking pale when Dea-
con Spooner called the meetin to order
and said:
"Sons of freedom, we bev gathered
here tonight to bear sone remarks
from our esteemed felled" townsman,
William Lapham. and we kin take it
that them remarks will* go beyond
geese and goslin's. Make your p'int,
Bill."
"My p'int is this," says Bill as he
draws a long breath and .steps out to
git room. "We ar' now in the midst
of the turmoil of a political cam-
paign. Somebody is goin to be elected.
I ain't sayin who it'll be. but the gold-
en opportunity fur which Jericho has
sighed is at hand. Whef the newly
elected official takes the oath of of-
ice, he will be escorted to and fro."
"That's k'rect." says Deacon Spooner
as Bill pauses fur breath. "The speak-
er ain't through yit, but be's made a
pint already. When he refers to the
turmoil of campaign, It's not only high
flown language, but a strong p'int. Go
ahead. BilL"
"That escort will not only do the pres-
ident proud," continued Bill, "but
every man in it will be mentioned by
all the papers in the United States.
They'll speak of his wife and children
and town and home, and he'll be a big
man fur the rest of his life. He kin be
elected sheriff without opposition, and
If any one runs ag'in him fur the legis-
lature they'll be snowed under. What
I'm here tonight fur is to apk the ques-
tions: Why not organize the Jericho
Guards? And why shouldn't the
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A JERICHO 1PATLUEE.

ItE ATTEMPT TO FOPIM A COMPANY
OF HOME GL ARD&

SPomkiS, the P **tte*, Tens
now Ul Imlpham Sprunm IR
seheme n othe Meeing a nd new
Ssh llt*ags Gave It'a laAk By.
ICPyrtht, 10, by (i B. Lewls.J
I was gittin the mail ready to put
ht. the. arrytown bag .when Bill Lap-
Iam comes In. Bill runs a goose farm
Jut out of Jericho and has bin gittin
up In the world like a basswood tree-
rI'e known fur the last year that he
wanted to do sunthin silart to git his-
eIf talked about, and when I seen him
some In with his chin In the ar I s'pect
ed he'd hit't.
"Look here, pap," he whispers, though
we was all alone, "I've 'struck the big-
gest, broadest, tallest, heftiest idea
ever thought out by mortal man, and
I'm hevin hard work to catch my
breath. I'll be hangedif my head don't
Swim and my knees wabble over it."
"Is it how to grow geese feathers on
hens?" says I, known he'd bin ex.
jerimentin in that direction.
"Id tell you, pap, quicker'n any oth-
er man in the United States, but I


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Jeri[c1o Guard's be tfat escort?"
There was yellin and whoopin fur
the next five minit., but when the dea-
con could make himself heard he said:
"It's a p'int. gentlemen-six or seven
points. I've read all the speeches ever
delivered by Henry Clay or Daniel
Webster, and both of 'em put together
never made the points our Bill Lapham
has. Bein I' hev the floor, I'll say I
favor the idea. Yes. sir, I'm with it
heart and soul I want my name to
go down fust fur the Jericho Guards,
and I'm even willing to sacrifice myself
and be captain of the company. S'posin
we hear from Abner Jones on the sub-
ject."
"I s'pose It's known In this town that
my great-grandfather was killed at the
battle of Monmouth," says Abner as
he gets off the counter, "though I ain't
braggin about it. I'll jest say that
I'm willing to die fur 'my country any
time I'm called upon, and if I'm elected
captain of the Jericho Guards I'll
promise that no invader shall set foot
on these shores and live for five. min-
its."'
"Thar's a p'int in that." says the dea-
con as he looks a-bit put out. "When
a man's willing to die fur his country,
that's a p'int in his favor, but of course
we want to hear from other patriots.
How is It with you, Moses Plumber?"
"Does any. man here doubt that I'm
willing to die fur America?" asks Moses
as he draws himself up. "My great-
grandfather didn't die at Monmouth,
but the blood of them seven uncles of
mine that fell during the civil war flows
in my veins, and my watchword Ia


'Liberty or death!' As captain of the
Jericho Guards you'll find me at the
front, and if I don't kill at least seven
Invaders a week you kin bounce me
out."
"The seven uncles and seven invad-
ers is a p'int, Moses," says the beacon,
"and I'm proud that we both live in the
same town. Bill Lapham seems to be
oneasy, and I'll ask him if he has any-
thing more to say"'
"In the fust place," says Bill, "I'd
like to know if everybody is in favor
of organizin the Jericho Guards."
Everybody swung his hat and yelled
out that he was.
"In the second place. I'd like to know
if everybody wants to be captain."
Everybody swung his hat and yelled
out that he did.
"But everybody can't be," protested
BilL "I don't want nobody to charge
me with bein selfish or conceited, but
I'm tellin you that this idea is mine
and that I'm the man to boss the Jer-
icho Guards. I believe I'm the only
man in this town who wanted to enlist
to fight the Spaniards."
"Bill makes a p'int, and we can't de-
nX it," says Deacon Spooner. "but
when I offered to lead them guards to
victory or death I felt that I was the
man to do It. I don't want to crowd
Bill Lapham out of place, but"-
"Neither do we!" yell 40 men,
."But he must see"-
*Of course he must!"
Then thar was yellin and shoutin and
a great uproar, and Bill Lapham said
It was a doggoned crowd, and he could
lick any two of 'em rolled together.
Deacon Spooner hammered on the
stovepipe with his cane till he could be
heard, and then he said:
"It appears as if we all want to lead
the Jericho Guards and die fur our
country, and it further appearss as If
this meeting was gittin mad about sun-
thin. I notice Lish Billings over by
the 'lasses bar'ls. Lish, what d'you
think about things? D'you want to be
captain, same as the rest?"
"Noap," replies Lish in his keerless
way.
"Ain't you willing to die fur your
country?",
"Not by a jugful, but if I was thar
wouldn't be any Jericho Guards to
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None of the original seven wonders
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The third wonder, the temple of Diana
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wonder, the walls and terraces of
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900 camels to Alexandria. The statue
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433 B. C., was removed to Constanti-
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Many men of small income spend
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A.euraey Is of Nueh M*Oe OIIpo
tane nThan Speed.
"Speed is by no means the most,
necessary thing In shorthand writing,"
explained an experienced stenogra-
pher, "but' with some teachers it is
made the great consideration, ofttenr
at the expense of everything else. The
big thing In shorthand is legibility,
for there a* many who ean write
fast enough, but who are unable to
tell what it means after it has grown
cold. I have been a stenographer, de-
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for 25 years. During that time I have,
of course, picked up some knowledge
on the subject. I have been the
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four assistant secretaries and three
or four senators. Incidentally I have
worked for a year as the private sec-
retary of one of the big bank presi-
dents in New York city.
"All of this experience has proven
one thing very conclusively, and that
is that there is no necessity for any
stenographer who does amanuensis
work to write over 120 words a min-
ute and in 99 cases out of '100 no ne-
cessity to write over 100 words a min-
ute. Indeed, I know of at least 25
stenographers who are drawing the
largest kind of salaries as private sec-
retaries who have assured me that
they have never been required to aver-
age as much as 90 words. Under these
circumstances it seems strange that
some teachers 4 stenography will ex-
cite pupils to write 150 to 200 words
per minute and endeavor to make them
believe that such a railroad speed Is
a necessity. Such a practice does
actual injury. for it discourages many
from even learning a moderate speed.
"There have been instances where
It may have been necessary for stenog-
raphers to be able to write over 200
and more words a minute, and there is
a legend hanging about the senate
chamber that General Hawley, for
10 or 12 minutes in a speech, once
spoke 225 words a minute. The aver-
age speed of senators In speeches does
not reach 110 -words and in dictating
letters rarely reaches 100 words."-
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SOME 6URE THINGS.
Bets to Be Avoided by Those Who
Never Tried the Feats.
Bets to be avoided by those who are
cocksure they can do all things are
those relating to athletic feats. It
would seem that a good runner could
easily give a start of 50 yards in 100
to a man who vwas doing the 50 yards
by hopping on "one leg. But few run-
ners, if any. can afford to give that
amount of start to any man who is
at all strong on his legs. For the first
five yards or s4 they go at practically
the same pace. so that to run 95 yards
while h1f opponent is hopping 45 he
has to go more htan twice as fast, and
It is a weak Uran indeed who cannot
hop 50 yards in ten seconds.
An ordinary wooden match is easily
broken in the fingers, but. although
there are many Wvho will bet they can
do it. none succeed in accomplishing
the task if the match is laid across the
nail of the middle finger of either hand
and pressed upon by the first and third
fingers of that hand. despite its seem-
ing so easy at first sight.
No one can crush an egg placed
lengthwise between his clasped hands
-that is. if the egg be sound and has
the ordinary shell of a hen's egg.
It is safe to bet a man that he cannot
get out of a chair without bending
his body forward or putting his feet
under it. if he is sitting on it, not at
the edge of it.
Another equally certain wager is
that a man cannot stand at the side
of a room with both of his feet touch-
ing the wainscoting lengthwise.
It sto safe to bet any man. save one
who is blind, that he cannot stand
for five minutes without moving if
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to Certain Phen _e_
"Well, that isn't sonU
reality," and the coal mine
didn't seem a bit pleased
suggestion that superstition
,sometimes be responsible for
tions of miners.
"Coal miners." he went on
"are not superstitious. Hear
Of course they do. but do
pose those noises are imagi
beats all how little is known
about coal mining.
"Folks get it into their hea<
inspector continued, "that a m
will quit work in a certain
mine because he sees the rats
ing that section is superstitlou
as a matter of fact. he simply
sound judgment. Very soon a
rats quit sounds will be hens
later on a slide follows. What
have happened to the man
credited his fears to superstil
disregarding the exodus of t
and the subsequent noises?
"Rats are the first of a mine's
itants to realize danger, an
comes the mule. Man is the h
it is only natural that he shou
as positive indications of trou
actions of the others, and be
not be regarded as a suprs
creature on that account.
"After rats desert an entry it
to impossible to get a mule into
because the rats left, but becau
mule realizes the danger. L.
themselves rats or mules* would
be caught in slides in mines, bt
different with men, who will n
low the lead of the other two."
ver Post.
Down and Up.
"Hello, Mike, do you find' mud
now?"
"Yis. I'm jest after cutting d
trae, and tomorrow I'll have to
up."-Albany Journal.

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