S ETAbLIlhBrnJ 1Pr1o.
C. TRICE, PubliSher and Proprietor.'
TT1 TY make the money issue again the par- SPEECH QF HON. FRED. FIVERS. no demand from the people for who conferred this right on Jackson-
Ski l amount issue of the campaign but change of location for the State Ca ville? Does the act that she wants
now, the people,. he said would not be He Speaks on the Capital Removal it He gave a review of the a it confer right? Then we shou
Fooled in any such manner. On the Question in Favor of Tallahassee. tempts made in the Legislature have as many right as we have can-
ingS an pn A- contrary, insisted on ,having the ex- On last Friday evening, the public select another city for the Capital didates m this case, Does her larger
Sn PP passion and imperialistic policy of was addressed in the court house by the State, telling of the failure population give he- this right? If so
dress Our Pcope the administration brought forward Hon. Fred. Myers. Mr. Myres came each attempt, until the present she has an equally good right to any-
and discussed. The speaker drew a to Bartow on the invitation of the movement was sprung in the Sta thing else she may want in the State.
HER SPEAKERS PRESENT comparison between the expansion Young Men's Democratie Club. The convention, in Jacksonville. Afte Jacksonville would not venture to
of our country as made by Jefferson subject given to him for discussion showing that he was competent t advance such a cl on her own be-
in the Loluisiana purchase, showing was the Capital removal. Tallahas- judge of the condition of the Stat half.
ch Served nat Armory After the how the one being contiguous terrn- see beirg his home, and he having Capital by stating that he was bo Tallahassee is Lot only lighting
tory was at once made into three or represented his county both in the within a block of the Capitol an her own battle in iLer efforts to re-
On the arrival of the s )ecial train four States and territories, House of Representatives and the had been a member of the Sena main the seat of government, but the
m Apalachicola Friav nig which cld not be done Senat for ma years, hs full for twelve years, he gave a desc battle of the wholState. It may be
ich brought in the join campaign with lie territory that knowledge of the conditions of the tion of the building,' claiming that incidental; but itis:ot the less a fact.
McytheKinwereetatthdepoty leyis t-ying to annex, peo- present state Ilose, all past legis- was still in afi excellent condition The vote cast for 'Tllahassee is a vote
e following gentlemen J B. pled as it i. by so many millions of un- nation looking to its removal, re- and that all that was needed was a cast for light taxes ; whereas, a vote
hittield, G. W. Walkr, George willing sul,jects. Mr. Sparkman re- pairs, enlari-ement, and all other addition to accommodate the in cast for any one j the other candi-
erkins, Julius" V.!l, Josepih A. Ed- ceived frei neHt applause during his matters bearing on the general ques- crease] business of tie State, fo dates, is a vote ca t for heavy taxes
ondson and W.\ F. Qual!. who took short addr s., timo, male him a nost instructive which purpose he hbad endeavored t< not for a year orj two, but for the
e party in cringes to! the Leon After tle speakiug Judge I anev and interesting speaker. As so much secure the pass -ge of a bill thronl present, anl most ike-ly, distant gen-
otl, whuie supper was aV:Iinig for announce, ltht there would he given had been so re-ty sai.i h-rogtory the last Legislature- apporiatini, rations.-Irtow,- (urer-Info
Sa)pui 1-. ,i,rW(.r at 0:oe armory, to to the uses a;:,l respiectibi itv o( the -;)0, :' il, but lthe biil was defeated ant
he nm 'ai'-n party ( nsited o. wl'ch a tl lree t were cordlially ji- State !I, -e, its ni ..::rntments ;.,l fur- t .e ; .titoters of the pl:u1 to remoov
,,n. W S. .ennhs on,. S. M. vited. At the arm(ioy w f:s found a ,i it'n. tIhe (..)i w~r'1 eager Lo he.; the ( ,,itl to.T: kso sie. Capit kenoval.
: t, l. !'n J n n et \V l .. Is 'len lid co lah io n l -re .t u nd.c r thl c ? r. M y ers. I ( (d l -,i, w o o r rl : vthe wlai re .of ii-. : ,p.'. l. |,(he "
-*o 1. ji ,r : ectio .31" < 1rs. ^ijv:irs. C ,eii''e. !le w\a- il(,*,. ,',.,l iv ': ?>r)'n. ('ox j tilt >' i.le to 'siuc lwr;.is. ti" "'I,(>|i^ ; p,4'eS i ,!t. a d.l eac'.:r (':t;,iil Sc-
T .Ik i 1 .D w '" ., e k e s a ,l ic wT.I,, f rik u ,l N., o ,,l; -.k e alii, it t e' re 0 0 0 l h l ; i .v < ,. .. i, tl ,v!i. i t w ill cit ,' r th a n t!h e
,t ,'Jr '(* A rm s roni G o ,c seriv : v rt e c n j .,v.: y u-s ('Ii: V i II (tl n o n' j r inioiio n 1 o i;;Is \v o il h a v e j. r.' I.e l o er It \ ill x i v -i
llin v \l '. C E d w ards a 'l those .art .king. i"s l enis of t l the ('110). 'rof., t ,o bx i> out in '.;.restcl i is -,n I c' stiv exn'r ';1;wt wlh1 're i no
K 'iaor F V Pi eahodv, re r desentiin' The Eli 'irt ,veio !hi ,a fur I ished Cox ,i(ade :t ntl at ana l v,'& y cm li- ,!ii-i ; the till;tv vea,,s tl&e ,>;;.. '(ssity h for it.
n:or1.i VfPea(do, re)1 enting 1 ,,It wi tt
T 'imes- ni nd t .: tfor h n-;iln. i~m it.-ry little aldress iZ ursetin would likely ble 'iutan i,. An *It will cost note Isn t.1: n a; nI hil
B lI .'- o It I l 'I1 "*1. -". d ll r a 1 l in 'l bu
IIn. S. 1%. I:.11ory, U n ted States A ltogel! ,, Saturday was a r'I l- tie ht o ,oi-rabl. ue'it '.nan, w ic ,i e : v ,,theU I .I ) ..: ; 1,e ma ie aI> tL cit ti: tan l
nIatrr uwi; 1 c:W' in fr in I iena- letter day for Leon Demo'crats -n(d bhad noithii,g elso l. -en k owii f hliii loc. ; ..l .i C i:.is in otel,r States Y l itpitol.
la on 'rida: s m ail tr: in, joined wns >u '~!it : ,;'('d. ,y the i ,o-le o a opl owoui have sho ;ih that in, the I m::,lj itv l'Ihe N ws iss es a .il ,. t
S- 1 .I- a.',e. l Iplaceii the- speaker ai d h ,.a: .ir 1 in the c e C',i : n :i i herewii w lch s pl -i th:t
W n in< a l aster | d Ta.sday 1 lest, s il:,S, n'l1tons, to i other. in1 n towns and not' usually in th there is no disitii"-'I ,[ ri il, noi
rM n .e:neiis arriviiedt o the train After a I l a i ihl and lingering il ,!is Not f ,or a ,tim.i. ipnt did :his favora- c,.niitert itl ca iittal of thli SState old tumnble-,lowvn slack of : house in
m .;-k o-vihle. She -as met at MAls atti 3 1111"""11 i 'i'-. T., ble; in:pr.vsio fi tihe sIp-tkers can- Th.. he show(le the d-Inger f kpi Tall:-hassee.
e (1i .otIlv l- dies n1 'CO 'lt I to nO,'o lli- t'1l0 ti 10 a. iII. .-,> do a n'. 14 l holeist V A N 'N-) Ills -- el t i ema a .w..T I ing ': L4 tow nIs NX olodly neeti 1 ashami d-l of 4 nur
SO. ceasedd was thel dalughte of .;Ir. in llt >is i l .i- h.is. i dla vn'.s 4of warto
The whole party was qlgartlcr(d at IL4,l)rt Me 31iillnon who 'moved here eaner w; ha :,>; Uigsnued'the ,:at, etc. His s'',ech was wel i ho._gra!h, shows t as it is.
he lon, where many lper'ons calle from Thoimas itle last fa'l. Death tirou:ht. receive.i by the audience and libera .1any realers the News never
during the evening to pa" their re- was ntot lil.wxpected, as after a serious lic gave a rumniig history of all appl*.se at times showed that mania saw the Capitol a Tallahassee, anl
Pects to Florida's disi guislhel .illness of typhoid fever she had par- the efforts- that have ben madeto agreed with h's views.-Fo'- Myer thisphotograp'dcrqproduedin dissent,
,ially recovered, when she suffered a rem'-ve thi, ('Cpita:. To so,- of us Press. in sjlementiiiilal tfo-m, with this issie
ietin next da w re rlaps, wih in her weakened con. it was news, tht tihe ir-t orts in to give correct infirmatioin as to the
ided over byIlon. Geo.t a. lanev, Idit'
ho at ded a.m. priompt.v rose an Miss McKinnon was just budding the seventi-. It has had its removal of the present CapItol.
id "We have assemble herr to- into young womanhood, being about: spasms ever -ince. Some times the The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, o If Florida were densely popula-
ay to meet the nominee *s of the fifteen years of age, and had made effort met with more favorand some- the 14th instant, gives a half column ted and wealthy State and out of
)mocratic party, and ot er distin- many frienfis among her school corn- times with less. Once, I believe, it of its editorial to the Capital remove debt and had a mi$ion or so of dol-
mished gentlemen. It is my pleas- panions during the past year, all of failed because the governor at the question. The .contents of the ar lars in the. treasury, the News could
re to introduce to yoB the next whom will grieve for and miss their time vetoed the bill. Through all tide is, first: a criticism of the meth have little objection to the building
governorr of Florida, Ju( ge W. S. lovely school mate during the pres- these efforts at removal, the speaker ods it says Tallahassee is using of a larger and niore modern Capitol,
innings." Judge Jennin Ts was re- ent scholastic year. stated, that the motion to remove against Jacksonville to retain th but none of these conditions are pres-
ived with a great deal o. applause. Her renjains were taken- by the came from some county whose chief Capital, and, second, an endorsement ent now and the present Capitol is
He made a'short speech of about east bound:train to Thomasville for town wanted to be the Capital. This of Jaetkonville as the place to which alll sufficient for several years to
enty minutes duration,' dwelling burial. The bereaved parents have is a significant fact, and to be weiglied* the capital should be removed, come.
larl on State matte and in he sympathy of the entire commu- by every one before voting time. W file-we concede to all men th( If. however,' the people of Florida
losing spoke very feelingly of the nity in their" great sorrow. Mr. Myers sets at rest the charges rig sto- their own opinions, in a see fit to move the Capital and build
death of Governor Drew. He said against the insecurity and insuffic- ter that is as serious as changing th a new Capitol, the News advocates
e hoped that at the end of hfs own The Capits City Club. iency of the present building. The seat of government, and the imposi the claims of St. Augustine as the
administration he would nerit the The Capital City Club was called foundations are four feet thick, and tion of increased taxation on th city of its choice for the Capital of
same love and respect af was ac- together Monday evening for the carried up accordmg to the ideas of whole State by such removal, th the State.-Rockledge and Cocoa
corded that distinguished gentleman. purpose of reorganizing for the sea- strength then prevalent with national right is equally as inherent in 'eve News,
The next speaker, Hon. t. R. Mal- son of 1900. On assembling there architects. The work was all done man affected thereby, to question th A Neighbors Evidence.
lory, needed, as Judge RIney said, were foun4 to be three vacancies, under the eye of General Andrew soundness of any position taken tha A Neigors Evidene.
no introduction to a Tallahassee au- which were filled by electing the fol- Jackson. Everv timber in it was is not self evident, or the correct Fernandina is "next door" to Jack-
dience. Mr. Mallory spoke mainly lowing ne members: Gilman Win- the best of heart, either oak or pine, of declarations made in discussion. sonville and, presumably, would de-
on national issues, dealing! with the throp, T. Randolph, Jr., and R. and is as sound today as it was sixty In order that our readers may serive almost as much benefit, as that
trust issue as exemplified b the sugar W. Williams, Jr. Among the origi. or seventy years ago. the relevancy of the inquiry to fol city from the location of the Capital
and tobacco trust, and in ts connec- al members of the club are the fol- While the space is not excessive low, the portion of the article tht there, yet the Mirror disinterestedly
tion showed how those t gantic lowing prominent young ociet every room, it has served the pur- prompts the inquiry, is first printed opposes removal in the interest of
tion showed how those tw gigantic lowing prominent young societyrohthsevd efr
trusts had completely cha ged Me- leaders 6f tpe city: A. H. Williamt, pose a long time, and is not more "The Capital would not add ve the people at large. One of its
Kinlev's policy in regard to Porto S. W. Myels, Edwin Barnes, J. A. contracted now than it has been in much to Jacksonville's prosperityan many excellent illustrations is the
Rico. Continuing Mr. Mall ry spoke Edmondsoni, J. Earle Perkins, L. M. the good years that are past., dignity; but removal would mea following:
of how the Armor Plate t ust corn- Lively, W. L. Wight and others. Mr. Myers presented the matter of anemia to Tallahassee. If there be "It is a que tin of vital interest to
pelled the government to ay their The club is organized for dancing, increased tax for the building of a any selfishness in the campaign it i every tax-psayer and should not be
,wn ri.e for armor plate, charging and will begin the season Thankk new Capitol in a way that was likely shown by Tallahassee in hanging o passed upon without due considera-
r xvern en t ) r t~n forthe givi, a. giving a dance e ry to impress all with the insidious to something that the Legislaturean tion. If you are taxed one dollar
sar uth f pr tn fristh e gi dh giin aane bev character of taxes. They are like the Democratic party have virtually now on the present ,on.de,1 indebt-
saI.L a nuor "th frhd0t per ton te 1901w debts, in the mouth of the cries, "It ,said she ought not to keep an edness yoi will be required to pay
Mr. Man llory was loosely a datten- Fifteen young married couples of is naught, it is naught" saith he. longer, something that the people two dollars on the bonled indchte1d-
iv('y listened to was 'quenty the city have been made honorary But when the bargain is struck, and will take away from her at the poll ness after a new capital l salr have
a ae' members o the club, and an orches the cry comes up, "It is the price of in November to give to Jacksonville, been built. The idea of removing
T-v tra has bee engaged for the winter, blood!" the high priest saith, "What the rightful claimant." the Capital did not originate among
The n(xt speaker intro< uced by is that to us? See thou to that." The last sentence is all we care to the masses o intelligent tax-payers.
Judge laney was Mr. C. HL. 1. Floyd, Taxes are never counted only as call attention to. When have the as they would not be in favor of
of Apalachivola, who was Florida Spain's Great est Need. fractiions. It is never one per cent. Legislature and the Democratic party abandoning and destroying valuable
volunteer to fight his cou Lry's bat- Mr. I. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spiin, -it is only 7-8 and 3-4 and 2 1-8, virtually said Tallahassee ought not buildings that alrea y belong to them
ties during the Spanish- merican spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak etc., etc.,-just little bits of money to keep the State Capital any longer, in order to buy a million-dollar lux-
war, andl who is the son f a man nerves h had u.d s-vere a ini the that nobody can feel, or comprehend and that it would be taken from her ury on credit, when one year's inter-
who at the age of fourteen eBitters. Amtrica's greatest Blood and until the tax collector applies all the at the polls in November? est on this million-dollar loan, would
joined the Confederate a y and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him. fractions to your property, completes The effort in the Legislature failed, add all the necessary accommoda-
fought through the war in Virginia. He says this grand medicine is what his. his column and adds: Then you can and left it with her. That effort at tions needed to their present build-
Mr. Floyd said: "I am roud to country neers. All America knows both comprehend it and feel it. removal was not the voice of the peo- ing for the next ten years."-Quincv
i. v sid 1, a id that it cures liver and kidney troubles, [
be introduced to such an i telligent purifies the blood, tones up the stomach, Mr. Myers had a full house, a per- ple at all. No more was the action, Herald.
audience, by 'so di inguish- strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor fect array of ladies being present. the voice of the people, of the Jack-
ed a gentleman, as your ch man. I and new lite into every muscle, nerve At many points, hearty applause was sonville convention. Jn the selec- A Big Job Sure Enough.
-am also proud to be .the sn of a and organ of the body. If weak, tiredAS
m also proud to be the son or ailing you need it. Every bottle given, not only to the sentiment ex- tion of delegates to that convention, f I
Southern soldier. The D laration guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by all pressed, but to the delicacy of the the question of removal did not enter If some other pl e than Tallahas-
f Independence was writ n by a druggist. ; language in which it appeared. as a consideration. The removal of is chosen, the next Legislature
Southern man-the comm under of The same quartette that had furn- the seat of government had not been ill have to pass aI amendment to
the Revolutionary army, d our Nuts for Them to Crack. ished music on Thursday, favored us presented to the people, and the del- 0 Constitution by a three-ifths
first President of the Unit States We wish to ask the Jacksonville with it again Friday night. We are egates- were elected without refer- ote, submitting the question of re-
was a Southerner, and we h re never "Movers" a few questions. sure all are obliged to the Club for ence to what might be their views as oval to the people, this amendment
had occasion to be ash ed of If Tallahassee is so hard to get to, the speaking they are having in pub- to this question. It was sprung on 11 be voted on at the general elec-
either." Continuing, Mr. Floyd why are sol many anxious ,to go lie for the benefit and enjoyment of the convention, when it was seen that Aon of 1902. If it i decided to sub-
drew a comparison between Presi- there? ; all.-Bartow Courier Informant. member's tongues were tied by re- nit the question of location at the
dent McKinley and Mr.Bry ,show- What kind of a building can be son of the nominations that were yet ame time it will be necessary for one
ing howtile one was an op portun- erected for $100,000? Senator Myers Speaks for Tallahas- to be made after the matter of Capi. )f the places to get 4 majority of the
ist, with his ear continually on the Has there ever been a disastrous see. tal removal had been fastened into legal vctes cast. If, on the other
ground, listening to catch t e trend fire in Jacksonville? Hon. Fred. T. Myers, State Sena- the platform. d, it is determined to revise the
of public sentiment-whi e Mr. Did the o tce-holders in Tallahas- tor from Leon county, accompanied But, the last-three or four words of institution, then e Legislature of
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VOL. XX., NO. 32
A RAILROAD COMING
Geoegia Pine People Have
Agreed to Build
FROM BAINBRIDGE, GEORGIA
Work is to be Commenced on the New
Line at Once.
The prospects are now -,;..hit for
Georga Pi;.e I?;iirod fron li:a;in-
brid-e, Ga., to t!'s ;civ. In f.it., ,
proposition has lqb.n accepted l ,v
s.:ockholder-s of t-it 1;6,-. ..,;,,4f p,
umderstam, i t, w rk %-;. I
niece in a sho(irti'. i
','iv. I h .,K >; ( ii ,i -: ,-
11 t- he ri ., ', -.i. '
J' .,,i,,/ .,,,' i
1 :ul )' e >S i; 1( 1;] t-
list w ( k, e.-'1 ,i:t. :111 ....
aal antl.)i th- trp ; ,l,, (g o hi' i l -.r ;
r'v's to rn'ciie -i:.t..t. Thl *.uo<-. -
ai.mt h hes e were ,.,, ,,. ., Y e
n ear a ,l of it)t th regular
reaches otomn e alirst 1>l ayts the. :,,I .yv
Sandy Fracces it in lnd 1,enry ,,tili ,
filetheay,ir account k will each for thIe sum,.
for l, or .,king on t public roasntinds of
county he confession, result.
ont athe day o the meeting g of th, l;:her,
Ber, the illega, lity of the account
there wer prookedt and. sai. accounts,
('hairtH:m, 31. 11. 4',hnson ,in r .
Sngitrece. ipthe. fo r and obtained the
was wn in his favor andssed: .
WhV'rcas, At the regular m,.eting-
held on the money therefore frothe
of SeptemMGer, re19 nd, Sam M nGe
Sandy Frances Andl Henry Williams,
filed their accounts each for the sum
of two dollars and rofift cents ( .50)
for working on the public roads of
Leon county; and
Whereas, In the confusion, result-
ing from the filing of a large num-
ber of accounts against the county
on the day of" the meeting of the
Board, the illegality of the accounts
were. overlooked, and said accounts
were passed f and ordered paid by
the Board and said Sam lMcGee hav-
ing receipted for and obtained the
warrant drwn in his favor and re-
ceived the money therefor from the
County Treasurer. It is ordered
that Sam McGee refund said money,
or upon failure or refusal to do so,
the overseer of said road is order ed
to work said Sam McGee upon the
public road of said Leon county the
time he has bten pliid for and 'iimn
the failure of saiI Sam n i,'(e t,
,erftorm said work to reo,,-t! hiin t.a
the ,nearest Jlustice of the (u;a., ;s:
defanlting road h:ut. and n..... i*.;-
ure of suidi J. sticis -,. t. peri',.:-., ih
duty in t pre, ise' s h >;:.,! ,, '.r-
seer sh.a]I mul?
in full of lhe ;i'ts ::;,d
Justice. It is furtih-r or, r,,i ,,:ha..
the warrants dravwu i" favor of S.'m.'i.j
Frances and Ilinrv WViili-uns, n|,,w ;:i
the possession of thi o*,,,ik ;"litor
be cancelled, and a'\ liherhv ] dicied
void and of no effect.
On last Th"ur.d."y, the "-'7t ult.,
the Governor's Guards h:al the;--
regular fall target practice. A s
of eighteen members of the (ua-ards
under the immediate 'tcol1unantd of
Second Lieut. Dickey took
part. The range was at
100 yards, each man ha itiur
five shots with a possible score of *25
The there best score's mail were:
Private McQueen 21, Private .I. W.
Saxton 19 and Safgeant W. II. Mark-
ham 18. They were to have shot
over the 300 yards range but were
prevented by night coming on. Sec-
ond Lieut. Dickey hopes to shoot off
the 300 yards range on Thanksgiv-
The regular monthly meeting of
the King's Daughters will be held at
the residence of Mr. W. R. Wilson
on Friday afternoon, October 5th, at
half-past four o'clock.
,s .. ,. .;, -
THE WEEKLY TALLATTA8SSEEAN: THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 4, 1900.
1 y FrankatU Did not Write It. e e
"It ias always been a curious puzzle ,d
why. Franklin, the man of ripe age, of
commandingg distinction and of approv- ie
ed literary skill was not selected to I
write the Declaration Instead of Thom- & m d 1II'e ,
as Jefferson, then only 33 years old and _
comparatively unknown," says John
Gilmer Speed in The Saturday Even- .AR A AKIAN DRUG C c. '
Ing Post. "It could-not be that Frank- a at c CM
lin was passed by because he had done sa"ative t o troangly. I sI t mOy.
everything in his power to avert the I I owe my baby's lifs a t.
war and reconcile the differences be- earnestly ask all sot0 w
tween the colonies and the mother h&ve sickly or delicate ciM Just
iuntry. for all wise mnen in the colo- to try amo botde ad s W*hat o
nies d!d all that honor permitted in r-Ie will be. R] t
that direction until the die was cast. M LIZZIE. MUA ,
No: it was not a fear of Franklin's ear- M as. StIZ MGU k
nestess in the cause of the colonies. m St .
It was probably the fear of Franklin's
"lHe was not only the greatest man AD Wk Ar 1a aaft"
of his time, but he was one of the -W ,9s1 as
greatest humorists of any time. And %rniriTit ftM
so his associates were possibly afraid
that he would put a joke in the Decla-'- e
ration and passed him by and selected nay the fact was reported in one of thl
the lank young Virginian with the free- Italian papers in the following term.
kled face. "Since our last issue (24 hours before
"As it was. Franklin did have his there have been 23 sudden deaths I",
joke, for when the members of con- Artema," and no further notice of th<
gress were about to sign the Declara- murders was taken or expected.
tion Hancock, whose earnestness is ex- *
pressed in the bold signature which ldu eien Didn't Like Huilbo.
cones first. said in his own earnest Did!you ever read "The Hunchback
wv:iy *We must be unanimous. There of Notre Dame?" I believe: it to be
S t We no pulling different ways. We simply the most disgusting tlk ever
. I ::1' opullin togetherent ways. written by man, and on the !whole to
S piedFranklin: we must have caused more brutality land evil
::: *rliedr. or Franklin:l be premust than any other French writing with
S'1: t ii a or we shall be pretty which I am acquainted. Balzhc Is sen-
S separatesual, but be is an artist of the highest
71 !'ivitity Student Routed. touch and a philosopher even in his
-* :i w. were traveling across sensuality. Eugene Sue paints virtue
;, s :In II caboose of a freight as well as vice. Dumas is absurd and
w. i~ ti- ev. Cyrus Townsend useless, but interesting; Berag.er blas-
1 (:!,: Ii. s h '.:periences as "A Mis- phemous. but witty; George Sand im-
S:;..:v Iin the (rerit West" in The La, moral, but elegant. But for pilre, dull.
,.s Jloi:..Iournal. *"A young divinity virtueless, stupid. *eadly poison read
a:! z'u;t was with us. lie was one of Victor Hugo.-Ruskin.
I i, n:,hlitious kind of divinity students KIew What She Was About.
wih, wreck a parish or two when they Mother-Miss Catchem has a lovely
e,....n and finally drift upon the eccle-, voice, and you know it. Why did you
a-,tical bargain counter. lie was ask her to sing for Mr. Richfello?
reanly to argue about anything with Daughter (after Mr. Richfello)-See
anybody that mirror in front of the piano?
"A greasy, dilapidated looking tramp that mirror in front of the piano?
came into the caboose at one of the ell. Mr. Richfello sits right in
stations at the end of a division and n see her face. She
presently engaged in a heated discus- looks like a whitewashed chimpanzee
sion with the young theologue on the when she sings."-Pearson's Weekly.
disadvantages of education. lie main- "-Pearson's
trained the affirmative-that the less a He Had Her.
man knew and(the less education he It is related that when the young
had the happier he was-with so much man wbo afterward became General
skill and adroitness and showed such Fremo t ran away with and married
mastery of logic and literature that he Jessie. Wom Benton. the great senator.
routed the poor boy-horse, foot and made terrible threats of what he would
dragoons-so effectively that the young do to tl e young man. He would give
man rose andwent out on the platform him roasts and bullets and hades, to all
to hide his chagrin, leaving the sup- of which Mrs. Benton quietly remark-
posed tramp chuckling over his.pipe in ed. "Yi had better give him Jessie.
huge enjoyment at his easy victory, my dea"."
"The bishop had listened without say- '
Ing a word, and when the student left Australia. It is estimated, is capable
he turned to the man and inquired of supporting at least 100.000,000 In-
sharply, 'What college do you come habitants.
from. sir? 'Yale!' answered the man
without thinking. The unlucky admis- ECZEMA, ITCHING HUMORS,
sion destroyed the man's argument, for Pin llLES CURED BY B. B. B.
he was a living example of the fallacy
of his own proposition." Bottle Free to Sufferers.
Europe'. City of Crime. Dops your Skin Itch and Burn? Dis-
The Italian city of Artena situated a shamed to be on the Skin company
about 40 miles from Rome. is know as Do lcabs and scales form on the skin.
the City of Crime. Ever since the six- Hair on Scalp? Have you Eczema?
teenth century every criminal who has Skin Soe and Cracked? Rash form on
escaped from prison or done his time the Skin" Prickling Pain in the Skinm?
has emigrated to Artena. and today Boilb? dimples? Bone Pain? Swollen
practically every inhabitant is a crim- Joints? callingg Hair? All Run Down?
nal or the child of criminals. Every Skin Pa e? Old Sores? Eating Sores?
al. te the l w c .ints ow Ulcers? All these are symptoms ot
family takes the law into its own Eczema nd Impurities and Poisons in
hands. and it is reported not a day the Blo d, To cure take B. B. B.
passes without many murders being (Botanic Blood Balm) which malies the
coniiiittId in the streets. The Italian blood pue and rich. B. B. B will cause
authorities have now come to look up- the sores to heal, itching of eczema to
on Art n. as hopethss and reitiark that stop foreyer, the skmin to become clear
it is far Ibetter that criminals should and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is just
kill (crimfinals n th;t in so ld the remey you have been looking for.
ki 1.'inals than that innocent per- Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Give it
sons s.htul Ih tllhir victims. It is said a trial. t'or sale by druggists at $1 per
thi:it ;n a4one oc.';ion when murders large bottle; six large bottles (full treat-
J.ul been (colininitled in tliat city in one ment) $.4. Complete directions with
S- --- each bottle. So sufferers may test it, a
trial bottle given away. Write for it
f"Cleanliness iS Address Blood Balm .Co., 524 Mitchell
St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble
ext to G d and Fr personal medical advice given.
Next to Godlness."
A LIVE COAL TRICK.
If you would be really
Tenehes Natural Law, Yet Has All
clean, begin with your blood. the Appearan.e of Magic.
A mottled skin cannot be No one would suppose that it is pos-
sible to hold a glowing coal on a piece
washed away, eruptions will of linen or cotton without burning the
continue unless -the blood is pure. Hood's cloth, but that such can be done is easy
Sarsayfaila cleanses the blood by disinte- for ay xpe to prove, hand at the same
grating and dissolving the bad germs. tant natal law. Every child knows
nt nat l law. Every child knows
Hood's is the royal road to real clean- that the telephone and telegraph wires
liness, both inward and outward, are made of copper because that metal
Impure Blood "My face would is a good conductor of heat and elec-
be coveredwith scabs from impure blood, tricity, w ilch is only another form of
but ever, since I have taken Hood's Sarsa- beat- If a poker is heated in the fire.
parilla, my blood seems to be perfectly you pick thpa cloth to hold the onter
pure and am end atlugh it has not been in the
retrand Str fire, becat se experience has taught you
J. Hartstenn, 760 Grand Street,' Brook- that the beat is connected through the
lyn, N. Y. Get only Hood's, because metal fro the fire to the outer end.
This e eriment with the flaming
coal is sed upon this principle and
Sthe additi nal one that qjnen ani cot-
`44 g iA E *ton are r conductors of heat. Take
a globe o copper and draw a piece of
Hood's Pills cure livers; the non-Irritating and cloth tig y over it so that there is
ily cathartic to take with Hood's Sarwparilla. not a w kle at the top. If the linen
or cotton B closely woven, the trick is
all the n re certain. Then. holding
the cloth ghtly in place, you can safe-
ly put a wing coal on top of the
cloth, and while it' burns fiercely, the
cloth wil pot even be scorched.
The Next Senate. CAMPAIGN DATES.
The Democrats of Florida have-
nominated their full complement of State and Congressional Speakers Wil
State Senators, and the State Senate Unite In Both Districts.
of 1901, will be composed of the October 5-Lake Butler, day.
following Senators. The hold-over October 6-Gainesville, day.
Senators are marked thus*: October 8-Ocala, day.
First District--E. B. McCaskill, of October 8-Leesburg, day.
Nora, Santa Rosa county. October 9-Wildwood, day..
*Second-.I. Ed. O'Brien, of Pen- October 9-Orlando, night.
sacola, Escambia county. October 10-Kissimmee, day.
Third-John Neal, Westville, October 10-Lakeland, night.
Walton and Holmes. October 11 -Bartow, day.
*Fourth-C. L. Wilson, Marianna, October 12-Arcadia, day.
Jackson. October 13-Fort Myers, night.
Fifth-W. C. Rouse, Ashmore, October 16-Brooksvil!e, day.
Wakulla, Liberty and Franklin. October 17-Invernes-, day.
*Sixth-James E. Broome, Quincy, October 18-Dade City, day.
Gadsden. October 20-Key West, night.
Seventh-C. C. Wilson, Bartow, October 22-Braidentown, day.
Polk. October 22-Tampa, night.
*Eighth-Fred. T. Myers, Talla- October 23-DeLaud, night.
hassee, Leon. October 24-Palatka, day.
Ninth-B. F. Kirk, Brooksville, October 25-Green Cove Springs,
IHernando, Pasco and Citrus. day.
Tenth-B. D. Wadsworth, Madi- October 26-Cedar Keys, night.
son, Madison. October 27-Bronson, day.
Eleventh-Thomas Palmer, Tam- October 31-Jacksonville, night.
pa, Hillsborough. .0
Tpa, lillsborough. Off the Track means great disaster
Twelfth-Eugene C. Ottrell, Old when applied to a fast expres- train. Ic
Town, Taylor and Lafayette. is just as bad when it refers to disordered
Thirteenth-E. M. Dimick, Palm blood or deranged stomach. Hood's'
Beach, Dade and Brevard. Sarsapat illa puts the wheels back on the
*Fourteenth-B Palmer, Lake track by curing the troubles.
Fourteenth-B. 11. I almer, Lake &
City, Columbia. Indigestion, nausea are cured by
Fifteenth-J. B. Crewis, Like Hood's Pd's.
utler, Bradford. Democratic Speaking.
*Sixteenth-A. T. Williams, Fer- lion. S. M. Sparkman, nominee for
Seventeenth-J. M. N. Peacok, Congress for the First Congressional
Pine Mount, Suwannee. District, together with other distin-
*Eighteenth-C. B. lRogers, Jack- guisled speakers. will address the
sonville, Duval. people on the dates and places men-
Nineteenth-C. A. Carson, Kissim- tioned below:
mee, Osceola. October 10-Lakeland. nigh t.
*Twentieth-D. II. Baker, Orange O(ctober 11--Bartow, day.
Home, Marion and Sumter. October 12-Arcadia, day.
Twenty-first-N. A. Blitch, Phoe- Octoer 13-Ft. Myers, night.
nix, Levy. October 1 --Brooklyn, day.
*Twenty-Second-J. S. Denham, October 17-Inverness, day.
Monticello, Jeffei'son. October 18-Dade City, day.
Twenty-third-P]. W. Butler, Lees- October 20-Key West, night.
burg, Lake. October 22-Braidentown, day.
*Twenty-fourth-W. Hunt arris, October 22-Tampa, night.
Key West, Monroe and Lee. October 26-Cedar Key, night.
Twenty-fifth-William Miller, October 27--Bronson, day.
Point Washington, Washington and By arrangement between the State
Calhoun. and the First Congressional District
*Twenty-sixth-E. S. Crill, Pa- Committees, the State and Congres-
latka, Putnam. sional speakers will meet together at
Twenty-seventh-J. W. Whidden, the above named appointments.
Arcadia, Manatee and DeSoto. The following distinguished speak-
"Twenty-eighth-Frank'W.Lanes, ers, together with others, have been
New Smyrna, Volusia. invited to participate in said cam-
Twenty-ninth-C. Fabian Law, paign, and one or more of them will
Green Cove Springs, Clay and be present and address the people at
Baker. each of said appointments: HIonor-
'Thirtieth-Frank Adams, Jasper, ables S. R. Mallory, J. P. Taliaferro,
Hamilton. W. S. Jennings, George P. Raney,
Thirty-first-W. A. MacWilliam-, John A. Henderson, S. Pasco, D. H.
St. Augustine, St. Johns. Mays, W. H. Ellis, M. L. Williams,
*Thirtv-second-H. II. McCreary, A. W. Gilchrist, W. Hunt Harris,
Gainesville, Alachua. 'Fred. T. Myers, J. F. C. Gnggs, L.
S.J. Reeves, C. B. Parkhill, A. C.
It is well known that DeWitt's witch Blount, J. Emmet Wolfe, J. Ed.
Hazel Salve will heal a burn ana stop the O'Brien, Nat. R. Walker, J.Walter
pain at once. It will cure eczema and Kehoe, W. I. Milton, C. L. Wilson,
skin diseases and ugly wounds and ores.
It is a cerc:ain cure for piles. Counter- Thomas Palmer, W. A. Carter, F. M.
feits may be offered you. See that you Simonton, P. G. Wall, Peter O.
4)t the original DeVYit' Witch lazel Knight, T. M. Shackleford, C. C.
Salve. AllDlers. .. .Wilson, John B. Johnston, WV. II
Fa the e o ce Reynolds, lefferson B. Brown, R. 11.
Pat she Foe of Cosamption. M. ]avidson
Consumption is most prevalent avidson.
among those who are stinted or who All parties are cordially invited to
stint themselves in the use of fat attend.
foods. Everybody has learned and em- W. B. BIENlIERiSON,
played the knowledge, usually when it Chairman.
is too late, that cod liver oil is good Attest--P. G. WALL, Secretary.
for consumption. Few seem to have ..- .
learned that food of the same char- A new remedy for biliousness is now
acter suitable for the table is prevent- on sale at Wight & Bro.'s drug store. It
ive of consumption. In the whole is called Chamberlain's Stomach and
course of my professional observation, Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and
covering a period of nearly 60 years, will prevent the attack if given as soon
I have known but rarely a family or an as the first indication of the disease ap-
individual that was brought up on a pears. Price, 25 cents per box. Samples
liberal supply of butter and bacon who tree.
became tuberculous. Moreover, such No other pills can equal DaWitt's Lit-
food fortifies the system against other tie Early Risers for promptness, cer-
diseases as well as consumption. It tainty and -fficiency. All Dealers.
establishes stamina.-Dr. Bell in the
Remembered Too Late. (
Speaking of the queer doings of ab-
sentminded people, the following anec- \ ,.
dote is related by the London Globe:
"A very Irritable man left his house
one morning to attend a race meeting
some distance off. In order that he
might have enough money to pay his :
hotel bill he tied a sovereign in the
corner of his handkerchief.' In the
train he drew his handkerchief from
his pocket, and noticed the knot In the
corner. 'Now,' he said to himself, 'what
was it I wished to remember?' Much
thought failed to enlighten him upon
the point, and at last, in a fit of passion
he hurled the handkerchief out of the
window. Then he remembered."
A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women, regulates bladder tronbla,
* f is very mu
j ing of a flo
S upon the
plenty of g
and take gi
will go a long
ing their hea
as well as th
, come. But t
of a short an
ch li he the blossom-
wer. Its beauty and f
care bestowed upon
'e the tenderest care.
Id be spared all worry
ty. They should eat
good nourishing food
entle exercises. This
way toward preserv-
ath and their beauty
at of the little one to
to be absolutely sure .
id painless labor they
should use -
. N I
For Tnfaint and ChUdreM
The Kind You H Ug
PDaOrOr" +ks I
0 robne vr Wuwral.
A J3-SM UL M Pl tR
ss OF SLEEP.
EXACT cPY OF WRAPPER.
a of nmalsignant Blood Poison and 8me
[were formerly looked upon as lIg
jful of contagion, their friends denia
* companionship and medical ignorama
d them hope. Their life was wor
Death and their only relief
ave. Many such cases were speeay
from the fact that the sufferers ce..
raeted disease by accident or heredfy
d through no fault of their own.'
ern civilization looks with symlp
i consideration upon all cases ofbli
ing, and medical science after gre
[ centuries in darkness, has fina
L cure. Despair vanishes like an eu
ope shines forth like a gloria*
P. P. I
., (Ilppmang's Great Remedy.)
sovereign Specific cures all forms n
Poisoning in both men and women.
P, is a permanent cure for Rheumati4
I'. is the only logical treatment
hi d the only remedy for Catarrh
cures Dyspepsia in all its mania
Sd is a general tonic superior to a
b all druggists. One dollar a bottle.
51 bottles for five dollars.
Li pman Block, Savannah, (4
i re, 0rockervwarei
FULL LINE F WAG3M MAT RIAL, BOTH STEEL and IROI.
A full Line of 'team Fittings, insisting of Piping, Pipe-fitting!
Injectors, Insrators, Whistles, 'team Gauges, Check and Globe
Valves. Also a full line Ru ber and Leather Belting, Lac
Leather, Bel Hooks and earn Packing. A full line 0
Harness and arness Leather.
Specialties Roofing, numbing and Gutterigl
DR? h=L2 9E fl- -OURw M gtA N SS rI g!
Ca) C ot [YAEGER'S,
SN W RIVAL""
FACTORY ADDED SHOTGUN SHELLS
Ia" befsanmm te m arkt with the"NEW RIVAL" in oaf
umq;ues. fre and watMpro. (let the gmai.l
itL'tt .ur WV.J. t9arptiner, I *-
Si.r-'b: Preaching every .s a:fi 1i
A..t nll behlu S>. v. w
.. MctI'i'. Wednesday it -~, W P. M.
ylITErIAN CHURCH. Rev.S. L,. McCarty.
o erviCs will be held regularly ever)
yat11:00 A. M. aniidJ.i P.. M eatsate
and the public cordially invited to at-
Sunday School at 101:0 A. M.' Prayer
ing. Wednesday,. 7i0 -'.-M. Union Chris-
En^deavor Meeting. 3:30 P. M., Sunday.
LtAjvrsT CJu KC. Rev. S. M. Provence
tor preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
sunday. sunday School at 10 a. m.
er Meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. A cordial
Eome is extended to all.
gr. JOaNS BPI SOPAL CmHURCU. Dr. W. H.
S Pastor. Services: Preaching every
-11 P. M. Friday even er-
sat 730 P. M. Sunday Slool at 10 A. ML
SerVices: igh a and Sermon at sA. 3"
or.8lerteem. 1. **lm t" e tlso *tneak
CWatCb- 1%. S:l A.M.-
On week ayS *:4f A. i i.
BiHiLfI DEPoSIT')l.iI lor sale at all
Ce at cost pricts at Tbe TAL1.AWASIMAN
CM. E. hurch -unidsy S
C.ier.) ~~. tiley Superintendent. Preach-
logat .11' .inad an p. m.
ra)er tecustig Tuesdaynight. ClasMeet-
C TbursIty night. M. F. BRIssON, Pastor.
Dn.TcroTts' MFReTIN Ibhe Board of Direc-
&on of tile Library Association hold their
meetings ,n the third Friday evening of each
s liat 8 i.at thle library.
hbos. whm are interestled in Chrslain Sci-
c w l. wl. ctuon.td at the residence of Mr.
. ~. w ~ *re the er% ices will be held
tmda a It al.m..\ o~unedays at 7:ou p.m.
.O F -
rt Regriulr n;meetiung of LEON LcDOE No.
,are l *I. tTcr Tuebday Evening, at their
16ae latoon-, at s o'clock. All t ;n ers in
ge Otauding re i invited to attend.
oOta 'W. N., McINTObH, J-., N.G.
K L. Col-I 1 -'
CALi %i CNT.-tegular meetings ,)t AU-
..A ECMi'bNT No 2, are held ti- f at
a third 'ilbiursday Evenings o eal month,
st their lDilge Itoonl, at 8 o'clock.. AI .1atri-
Wb in. ,od t!el ending art invited to attend.
Ih .... Moy MNTOSH.SRrs .. C. P.
W H. CIANCY, Scribe.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
ailahasSe Lodge. NO. 3_26, meetesecond
sad fourth Thursday eveningsof each mouth
atV M E. PHILBRICK, Dictator.
W. H. CHANCEY, Reporter.
KNIGHT OF PITHIAS.
Cicero Lodge No. I K. of P., meetsevery
Thursday evening In Castle Hahl. Visiting
night are cordially invited to attend.
inH.C. CRAW (Oh1)., C..
j. F. IILL, K. of R.S.
ST. PAUL LODGE.NO. 15
(B. S. of theE.)
Holds its meeting every Wednesday even-
In at eight o'clock, at its Lodge room up-
sta r, oe1 door east of the annex of the Opera
Home. All members of the Order min good
standing ar.cordially invited to attend. .;W.
A. STAFFORD, W. C. J.-
Toe regular convocation of Florida R. A.
chapter No.1, will be held on the Second and
fourth Mondaysof eachmonth at 8 o'clock
9 m W. M. McINTOH, SR., Secretary.
W Regular meetings of JACKSON LODGE
to. 1, are held on the first and third Mondays
In each month. at o'clock. P. M.
tW. M. McINTOn. SR.. Seratar.
1 1-. i
AC1M E COTTA; E, TALLAHASSEE, FLA,
(aill :,in have your correspondence and legal
ork 'taken in .horthand and typewritten by an
expert -tenographer. nt reasonable ~tes. Modern
ShoithanW and Typewriting taught Lameness
prevents my soliciting patronage personally.
DR. E. M. BREVARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
GEO. W. WALK.-
Office over Capital City Bank.
FRED T. MYBRS. _-
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TALLAHASSEE. F PLORIDA.
W E. LEWIS, DEN TIST.
Oraduae 1894, Uversity Maryland,
Baltimore; Post Graduate 1893,
Kfaskell school, Cicago. -
gWa Preservation of Natural Teeth,
Gold (rowns, Bridgework, and Metal
Plateb a Specialty. Gas administered.
J. H. WTTTTAMR,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
Repairs all kinds of Household articles of
everyday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchels, Locks
Keys. Fastenings, Guns, Pistols. Shooting Out-
fits. Umbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewn Ma
chines. Shop on Jefferson Street. near ew
City Market. Work done on short noticeand
at low uricei. 35-tf
A. J. FISH,
-AND DEALER IN-
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
in stock at all times.
J. H. HILL & CO.'S
Gent's Furnishiug Goods,
for the <
A pet 1
Ing in wi
0 ten bec
for 25- c
in red car
ling Solve In the world.
ys badd tight.
Honey and Tar
sat.wm. No opiates.
Honey ad Tar
mdsW the caqO
seed Weatber Prophet..
the tortoise i an excellent
rphet. the fact is known to
ely few people. Tortoise
the African coast notice
24 hours before rain falls,
us animals prepare for It by
* convenient shelter of over-
iny morning. hbit the farm-
Implicitly In the tactics .of
,. who 'is seldom mistaken,
wnponr is certain to come
toise would le a practical
bestow on one's friends.
Is premonition of the ap-
tin Is shared by many other
Birds nd ml ny be explain-
by the fact that while rain
the atmosphere is increas-
ht. but there may also be
of moisture which makes
of its approach or some
fe which make them thus
d People's Eyes
ie ii flamed and painful.
old people have been made
by using John R. Dickey's
Eye Water. I isabsolutelv
iolutely painless. Send for
testimonials, or get a bottle
js at Wight. & Bro.'s Drug
Genuine is. always enclosed
"Well, I d<
walk off a
'Get a can
me one d
in. Say y
steps to e
Is, but thb
lions of i
BH Carries a Case.
ader why I always carry a
t when I am carrying an
remarked a well known
an the other afternoon.
"'t mind telling you. It's all
the connection," rejoined
0 whom he was talking.
oppose you could. But you
Shave explained. You lose
every once in awhile, don't
it down somewhere and
d leave it?"
hve had that happen to me
sed to, but not since I took
a cane. An acquaintance
put me on to the scheme.
of some kind.' he said to
7, 'and carry it every day
night that it doesn't rain.
ans you become so accus-
aving something in your
Ire lost without It. Then
iy day or evening comes
: compelled to carry an urn
with you the benefit comes
. have gone into a restau-
ben you come out 'the rain
You walk out Into the
ut your umbrella. Presto!
ve taken perhaps a dozen
something. Your Wcne
Si minus the burden It
Back go your thoughts
brella and back go your
it. Simple? Of course it
simple things oftentimes
Over fifty lears.
slow's Soothing Syrup haa
'or over fifty years by mil-
iers for their children while
h perfect success. ;It soothes
ftens the gums, allays all
wind colic, and is the best
diarrhoea. It will relieve
title sufferer immediately.
ggists in every part of the
inty-five cents a bottle. Be
for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
and take no other kind.
THE WEEKLY TALLATTASSEEAN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1900. 3 3
A Speech That Made a Hit.
Edward Hanlan. ex-champion oars-
man of the \vorld. related a good story
of how he delivered a speech after
winning his second race in England.
His first victory ha:ul found himn unpre-
pared. He was ready for his second
with a speech cotnposed for him by a
newspaper friend neatly copied out on
paper and stored away for use In his
When the crowd outside the club-
house insisted upon seeing and hearing
the winner, he was helped out upon a
window ledge by his friends and held
there by the coattails and the legs.
The crowd cheered him wildly. He
was too confused to speak. They
cheered him again. He threw out his
hand in a gesture of helplessness and
moved his lips in some Inaudible mum-
ble of apology for his inability to deliv-
er a speech. They could not hear on
account of the noise that they were
themselves making, but they encourag-
ed him with a generous applause. He
saw his escape and proceeded to shake
his head and work his lips In a fine
frenzy of oratory, gesticulating elo-
quently and smiling his thanks. The
noisy and good natured crowd cheered
him to the ecno. and his friends drew
him in from his Rrecarious position on
the window ledge.
' "You carried that crowd alqDg In
style." they congratulated him. "What
did you say? We couldn't hear-you."
"Yes. (Cive us an idea of your speech."
the reporters put in. drawing out their
Hanlan took the manuscript from his
pocket. "Here's the whole thing." he
said. "Do you want it all'"'
"Well, rather." they answered. "That
speech made a hit."-Argonaut.
The 'Muai Reply.
A year ago-a tailor mustered courage
enough to send his bill to an editor.
He received it yesterday with a polite
note, saying. "Your manuscript is re;
A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a surp thing. Biliousn.ss, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constinrtion and slug rish liver. Casrc-
rets Candy Cathartic. the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thine. Try a box tn day: 10e..25e., 50e.
Sample ard booklet free. See our bi-
Cool and Methodleal.
A lawyer who worthily bears a dis-
tinguisbed name occupies an old fash-
ioned mansion on the edge of New
York. His sister, who lives with him,
tells a laughable stpry, which is re-
ported in Harper's Round Table, illus-
trating his coolness and love of method.
Recently his sister tiptoed into his.
room some time after midnight and
told him she thought burglars were in
the house. The lawyer put on his dress-
ing gown and went down stairs.
In the back hall he found a rough
looking man trying to open a door that
led into the back yard. The burglar
had unlocked the door and was pulling
at it with all his might The lawyer,
seeing the robber's predictmpnt, called
"It does not open that way, you Idlotl
It Udas back!"
EASE AND DISEASE.
A Short Lesson on the Meaning of a
Disease is the opposite of ease. Web-
ster defines disease as "lack of ease, un-
easiness, trouble, vexation, disquiet."
It is a condition due to some derange-
ment of the physical organism. A vast
majority of the "dis-ease" from which
people suffer is due to impure blood.
Disease of this kind is cured by Hood's
Sarsaparilla which purifies, enriches and
vitalizes the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures scrofula, salt rheum, pimples and
all eruptions. It tones the stomach and
creates a good appetite, and it gives vigor
and vitality to the whole body. It re-
verses the condition of things, giving
health, comfort and "ease" in place of
A New Book For Men
Special Arrangements Whereby a Free
Copy Can Be Obtained by Every
Reader of This Paper.
sFor weeks the presses
have been busy turning:
oat the enormous edit-
ion of Dr. J. Newton
Hathaway's new book-
SHealth"- necessary to
satisfy the public de-
maL Dr. athaway
has reserved a lm-itLe
n umber of these books.
arranged to send free by
mal tc areadersof thi.
roer who send name::
full address to him.
For 20 years Dr. Hathaway has confined h:
pra t almost exclusively to diseases of men
and during that tie he has restored more mer
0 health, vigor, usefulness and happiness thar
any ten other doctors in the country combined.
Dr. Hathaway treats and cures by a method
entirely his own. discovered and perfected b-
himscf and used exclusively by him. Loss oi
Vitality. Varicoeele. Stricture, Blood Poisoning
Sits different stages, Rheumatism, Weak Back.
Manner of urinary complaints. Ulcers, Sore:t
and Skin Diseases, Brights Disease and allforms
of Kidney Troubles. His treatment for undt r-
toned men restores lost vitality and makes tto
patient a strong, well, vigorous man.
Dr. Hathaway's success in the treatment oi
Varicocele and Stricture without the aid of knife
or eautery is phenomenal. The patient is treat-
ed by this method at his own home without pair.
or loss of t me from Lusiness. This is positively
the only treatment which cures without an oper-
ation. Dr. Hathaway calls the particular atten-
tion of sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to
pages '27. 28.29.30 and 31 of his new book.
Every case taken by Dr. litlhaway is specially
treated aeecording to its nature, all under his gen-
er::! lpersonalsupervisionand all reinediesuscd by
him are prepared from thepurestand bestdrut.s in
his own laboratories under his personal oversi''It.
SD)r. Hathaway makes no charge for consu- .t-
tion or advice, either at his office or by mail and
!ost of medicines and professional services.
Dr. Ilathaway always prefers, when it is possi-
ble, to have his patients call 6n him for at least
one interview, but thi~ is not essential, as he has
Jired scores of thousands of patients in all sec-
ns of the world whom he has never seen. Ills
stem of Home Treatment is so perfected that
o can bring about a cure as surely and speedily
as though the patient called daily at his office.
SJ. NEWTON HATHIIAWAY, Al. D.,
Dr. athaway & Co,
25 Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga.
MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRrTING.
Wha, Bess, you yo;:n, vixenl
Now, Nellie, your foot.
So, hoop-la! You've .p't Iert
The beautiful brute:
Hold her in for a nniomnt; -
One hitch to any tirth.
And I'm with you, my Ins,
For the endia of the tarli.
Now, Duroc, my hero.
Be careful, ,:car hl-art!
She is fresh as the feoL::naia
And rank for a s;rt.
"You fear niot?" <(i. no.
But you like your Swett wills,
And we'll give yuu a breaLhilugl
Away! To the Iills!
Oh, bathe me, ye winds
Of thec withering downs!
I Brush the scent of the "functions."
The taint of the towns!
What is art to this nature
Or wine to this air?
What's a picture to Nell
And her blooded bay mare?
The Woman Had Faith I It and
"'My wife solemnly affirms that she
will get a divorce if I say anything
about it," said Jones with a smile.
"But it is too good to keep. so here
goes. Mrs. Jones had been ailing for
some time, and, falling into the hands
of one of the neighbors who is a faith
curist, she became Imbued with that
peculiar belief. I laughed at her, but
she remained firm and said she was
It Heals the Lungs.
When suffering from a racking cough,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar.
The soreness will be relieved and a
warm, grateful feeling and healing of
the parts affected will be experienced.
Take no substitute. Wight & Bro.
.3nvlnced that she could be cured only
through faith. As her illness was
nothing serious I said nothing more.
congratulating myself that I was
ahead what a doctor would have charg-
"It ran along for some time while my
wife continued to gain, and at last she
announced that she was fully cured.
'N'ow, then, John Henry,' said she,
'I never again wish to hear you say
anything about mind cure being all
imaginable. I am sure that I would
have been a dead woman if I hadn't
taken the treatment that I did. And to
think he never set eyes on me?
"'He never what?' I gasped.
'Set eyes on me! I took the absent
treatment. I sent Professor Fake $5
to treat me by his famous absent treat-
"Do you mean to say.' said LI, 'that
you sent a fakir $5 to treat you?
"'That's just what I did! And to
think the most wonderful thing about
it was that I was aware the moment
that he received my letter and opened
it, although he was a thousand miles
from me!l Why, I commenced gaining
right from that moment! It is simply
wonderful! You can't deny that I am
a well woman, and all through the
wonderful absent treatment that I re-
"I should have said something right
then and there had I not heard the
postman's whistle and gone to the door
to get my mail. There was a letter
for my wife from the dead letter office,
and when she opened It out dropped
her letter to Professor Fake. She had
misdirected it, and the fakir had never
received it. She says-but on second
thought I hadn't better tell you what
she says."-Detroit Free Press.
LaeC. anu eventual
On his next appei
d'hole be recounted
company and info
had planted on tlwh
containing his uami
silently, rose fro
marched out of th
afterward a parce
the adventurous G
and found Wiside
which his English t
d'hote had won fin
own pluck and dar
"This," said the
ing the visitors ab
ers' room. It is
matter sent in for
down to the right d
"Doesn't tha m
gled one of the yo,
"No." he replied.
write the stuff get
"Is it hard to pro
ed the novice in aff
not to propose," r
always well to b1e o
Some women in
new gown every
there are other w,
months they get
through a fashion
ville (Mass.) Journal
per of the famous
without their wond
Fdd E. ".VCO!3,
fLegu.A.-I*f c"lart,, reil u
CA..) I :-L! (r
%v a --!j d'a;.
y. by taking many
d at the summit.
rance at the table
I his exploit to the
nied them that he
tpot a blue silk jag
e embroidered in
who had listened
a the table and
hoteL Two days
was delivered to
uL He opened It
Is blue silk flag.
-ighbor at the table
the peak by his
an who was show-
wt the office of the
s the copy read-
place where the
publication is boiled
e it warm?" gig-
'But the men who
pretty hot over it
se to a girl?' ask-
rs of the heart.
good deal harder
nrned the man of
his world have a
other week, while
men who estee n
f once in three
chance to look
ave the high tern-
1 :- 0,
d R IW
W. P LA.
ovrtuc nty year.
'm keforr~lies -u
A Family Medicine Chest.
A family. medicine chest for ten cents
N a pretty little enameled metal box
ou have the means of keeping the
hole family healthy, from baby togood
d grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
t a box of Cascarets. Candy Cathartic
r ten cents, and see that you always 5
ive them in the house. Colic, sick
adache, dyspepsia, pimples, ileepless-
ie. worms and nearly every other ail-
ent are cured by some form of con-
pation and in that little box you Iave
perfect remedy always at hand. Save ,'
or doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
iss by the useof the sweet, dainty little
ece of candy that make you well and
*p you welL We recommend Casca-
ts to all our readers.
ie Largest an lost Complet
BO S. HACER & SOl
BORS. SASH, BLINDS
And Builders' Snu lies
ULDIIG AUD BUILDING MATERIAL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
NE DRUG STORE.
SPeople-New [Stock-New Prices-In
Old Post Office.
ILLIAMS "THE DRUGGIST."
me and see us. if only to look.
n up.to date stock. Prices right.
3est Soda Water in the City. All
tl New and Latestf Drinks.
)i n't be out of the push. but c(,nfe
a trade at our store.
Williams, "THE DRUGGIST."
In Old Post Office.
orf the looeed a&m e erves.
"o one need suffer with neuralgia. Th
Sis quickly and permanently curet
rowns' Iron Bitters. Every disease o'
blood, nerves and stomach, chrow-.c
or herwise, succumbs to Browns' Iron
B rs. Known and used for nearly a
q -r of a century, it stands to-day fore-
among u-or most valued remedies.
was' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
l B VVVWVWVW DESIGNS -
EU I AND COPYRIGHTS
ATEU OBTAINED O
CE AS TO PATENTABILITY F
I in "Inventive Age"
k "Howtoobtain Patents" 4
moderate. No fee till patent is secured.
Letters strictly confidential. Address,
G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C.
,) 4r- ~
pital CityLivery, Feed
uble and Single Teams,
BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.
W. C. TULLY.
Everybody Says So.
scares Candy Cathartic, the most
THE WEEKLY TALLAH ASSEEAN: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1
THE' WEEKLY TALiA- 1SS-E'A 1896 and succeeded-whether it will
Land 'f ower.. succeed this year is a question."
Pu tahed y, THE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN.
e Sttl e The Tampa Daily Times predicts
JOHa c. T=C Editor and Proprt that fully seventy-five per cent. of
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES the people of Florida favor Tallahas.
Fo- see as the Capital. This statement
For con smn. was made by us to a prominent South
For Presidential Electo. Florida official who has traveled over
JOHN M. BARRS, of Duval. that section some a few days ago
H. ELLIS,of Gadsden, and he very promptly said: "The
M. L. WLLIAMSof Deoto. percentage is a little too high. I
w. HUNT HARRIS, of Vonro. think, however, that is perfectly safe
S. J. HILBULN, of Putnam,
W. F. HINES, of umter, to-count on sixty yer cent. of the
DANIEL CAMPBELL, of Walton.
votes of the entire State for Talla-
state ticket. hassee at the primary."
WILLAM S. JENNINGS. The opinion of most people who
For Justice of the sumpreme ourL. are unbiased, and who are at all in-
FRANCIS B. CARTER
For secretary of state. formed on the subject, give this city
JOHWNL CRAWFORD. a safe plurali y over all the other
For Attorne v-General.
WILLIAM B. LAMAR. candidates in the race, ranging some-
For Comptroller. where between these two estimates.
W. H. RIYNOLDS.
For Treasurer. The people throughout the State
J. B. WHITFIELD. have become aroused, and the way
For Superintendent of Public Instruction.
W. N,- SHEATS. tron. they are stamping Capital removal
For Commissioner of Agriculture. agitation with: their disapproval is
o B. E. McLIN.
Railroad commissioner. calculated to take the starch out of
JOHN L, MORGAN. the politicians behind it long before
(County Ticket. the sixth of November.
For Members Legislature. And why should they not do
HON. GEO. HOPKINS. so? They, the people, are in no
For Clerk Circuit Court. condition financially to have their
A.BRYAN. taxes increased for a useless
For Cotunty Judge. .
R. A. WHITFIELD. luxury.
ForiSuperintendent Public Instruct n. They know that all the claims,
c. w. BANNERMAN. that it will cost ite State very little
For Sheriff. .
JOHN A. PFARCE. or notJling to change the Capital are
JOHN DAY PERKINS. mere subterfuges to catch votes. They
For Tax AFesor. know that while a pretty decent pri-
H, T. FELKEL. vate building can be erected for less
For Tax Collector. money, that a State Capitol has never,
W. A. DKMILLY. .
For Countyv urveyor. in recent years, been built for less
W. T. BANNERMAN. than a couple of million dollars and
GE e. DAVIS, ol that they have no reason to expect
R. J. EVANS.
GILBERT HARTSFIELD; to fare better, than the tax-payers of
-- other States, when it comes to delv-
Two commissioners and o e con- ing into public funds for that pur-
stable have come forward, p their pose. They know that only a few
fees and placed their, announcements thousand dollars would make the
in the paper. Others need not be present building all that could be
bashful. Constables are admn ted at desired for room and convenience,
half price. The fee for other is five and they will vote to retain it as the
dollars, in advance. seat of government.
The chances for Bryan's section HAS HAD EXPERIENCE.
grow brighter every day. ffanna Georg experience
is now so mad that he can talr. noth--a ha ex ^ ^e e n
iis now so mad that he can ta noth in Capital removal, and while it was
ing on the stump but Brya;, "the not as bad as the instance allfided to
people's enemy" as he haraterizesin the following, nevertheless it was
him. "Whom the gods wis to de-such asjustiies the Savannah Morn-
stroy they first make mad." i, atch in N ews in bearing testimony as to
the result November 6th. the matter of expense. Thi's be-
Duval county has resumed her ing true, the following from that able
normal condition-politically3.. She journal will be of especial interest to
now has two legislative tick ts out, our readers:
each claiming to be the only original "The Jacksonville Metropolis is
and true Democrat. Mayor lowden not pleased with the position of the
is out against those who ro e into Morning News on the Florida Cap-
public favor on Capital remo al, and ital removal question. It especially
promises to make it hot f them. objects to our "revamping" that
HIe has never been beaten. "$2,000,000 cost of Capital scare-
crow, which has been so completely
Through thle mails this w ek we exploded by Florida removalists."
received thle announcement by "a We were not aware that the ques-
friend" of a candidate for County tion of large cost lad been "ex-
Commissioner. We do noI know ploded." Indeed, we do not clearly
wo rote it, see how it could be "exploded" so
mitted to print. Further, th fee for lon i advance of actual removal.
announcements is five doll. rs, andi Should the Capital be removed it
nuist accompany the ord, in all
Srstwould, of course, be the purpose of
cases. all concerned, to give the State a
oIobt. McNamee, one of e Capi- handsome Capitol building--one
tal removal speakers, is in peck of that would be convenient and mod-
trouble over in West Flor la. lie ern in all respects. And we have in
made a personal attack in h Pensa- mind the city hall of Toronto, Ont.,
cola speech upon a gentle an con- which was begun twenty years ago,
nected with the Daily ss, who and was intended to cost $300,000.
claims. McNamee filched vo hun- Already the sum of $2,345,000 has
dred dollars from him al refuses been expended upon the building,
payment, and the newspaper r man is and it is not yet complete. And as
showing him up in a rather bad an object lesson there is also the
light. McNamee is one of the orig- Capitol at Albany, N. Y., which was
inal Capital removal agi ators for designed to cost $4,000,000 or
Jacksonville. .5,000,000, and which has already
J aksongille. to -s" cost upwards of $20,000,000, and is
A Washington correspl dent is still unfinished. The unfinished Cap;
responsible for the statemel t that a itol of South Carolina, too, has far
very cunning scheme Sena- exceeded the estimated cost. It
tor Hanna's, to prev- nt" the seems to us to be within the bounds
drummers of the country om cast- of reason to say that the removal of
ing their immense influence or Bryan the Capital would cost Florida at
this fall, has been d svered. least $2,000,000, and probably more,
.'Through his instrumental y all the before the change Was completed."
big trusts-which he says. o not ex-
ist at all-have been induod to Sond senense
interest on this million-dollar loan DO YOU GET UP h ?S ,ji> e -- r A STATE
would add all the necessary aceom- law. halved a dwseu laont
modation4 needed to their present WITH A LAME BACK ? sh oomdor fCOLLECE
building for the next ten years. Novemb D.1 the fol
The above from the Fernandina Kidney TrouMe Makes You iseraMe. M ar lmad ytowit: The rail-
Mirror shows that Nassau county fm jacw e e t tte rS f
will likely be opposed to Capital re- Almost everybody who rads the news- lmabeto 1 way, ron n -k b u
mv lo ( Jion*titn t ^ I papers sure to know of the wonderful note, ='oWe and pl'rtence; so the rail- l *
moval.-Motcello onsttutiqp. n curesmade by Dr f uom Femandina to cdar Keys and from
"lm"lr_.._Sj ,oo to Ocala including te:=ad bed, right-of-
CTatapital Wil o t 'Kihmer'sSwamp-Root, y, ro gdtock. depots, hops and pp TFn e R
Caia W, ,, No o II m< |the great kidney, liver es. 2ddayo A. D. 90. THE FLORIDA CLASSICA
That "Tallahassee Editor of the and bladder remedy. oSheriff ounty. raFlorida. LUTERARY COLLE .A
Pensacola News does give the Me- -. It is the great medi-Sher Florda.. LITERARY COLLEE.
tropolis of Jacksonville a "rocky"- 'altriumh ofthen FORECLOSUnE SALE.
road to travel. It amuses us to watch \ ..th.century-,dis-
road to travel. It amuses s to watch \ covered after years of CBER AND BY VIUR E OF A DECREE,
his 'spasms when the News strikes; scientific research by .J rendered on the thayof Septembwr A. A College that is Practical,
this has been going on for sometime, Dr. Kilmer, the ml- 1900. by the Circuit t of the Second Ju- College that is Practical, Op
cial Circelt of Florida. in. d for the tmunty of and Thorough for Both Sexes.
and we have looked 6n with interest. r- Dent kidney and blad- n cbataery siFtin i a certain cau see
der-specialist, and is dirg therein, wherein zabeth R. McNicol is
Now comes the Press, also of Pensa- wonderfully successful in promptly curing painant aund James Kelly and ;ohn A.
cola, who is piling up the load until lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- esta of Elizas e defendat, I have
it looks like the championss of Capi- bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst vied jdon and will sell public outcry before
tal remove willa to ve under form of kidney trouble. court boouse door. in t City of "'dlahass .e, The next, the Forty-Fourth Aunual Sei
tal removal" will have to give under. fril S -Root Issaid county. to the bi blder for cash, on wil open at 9 a. mi.,
Of course the Capita will not goto Dr. Kimer's Swnamp-ROot Is not e th day of November. D. I. the same
S cothernttal wendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekd- glegalsale'sday. du the legal houarsof
Jacksonville. If it goes at all, it will ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found e, all tuat certain trr.ct iarCel of land situ-
go to St. Augustine. But just the remedy you need. Ithasbeentested -a n i.i t saou ThnuStoy, SeptemberI 27, 190,
it is yet at Tallahassee. See?-_ in so many ways, in hospital work, in private umber two (2) of subdivi onftheeas. half of
Sla assee. practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- thesst quarter of sectif one (I), township One hundred and seventy-seven stu.
Cbipley Banner. chase relief and has proved so successful in e (1) south. auge one Il wesk. containing dents from sixteen Florida couinti
Big ) acrBluffers. ees. mo e h esn, and sbownt bt and live states were curolled last
i.every case that a special arrangement has n or platreTCded I BonkiZ. pmge 1319,
bBig Bufers. bn made by which all readers of this paper toe oflee of the Clck o the C rce t Court for seasn.
The Miami Metropolis, which is who have not already tried it, may have a idcountvofLeon. mtoy for deeds. Two full years' instruction in each of the (f
published in the southermost city on sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book lo sr es r tl r1 w a t pto
the mainland of Florida, has this to telling more about Swamp-Root and how to Special aster in Chancery. course of study in Europe, viz: Gem.
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. 4 Jos. A. EDMONSON, French, Spanis and Italian.
say of Jacksonville's propositions for When writing mention reading this generous solicitor for Co lainant. t2- 5t
the State Capital: "Well, the Jack- offer in this paper and Ful cllee courses lea topt tei Eler
sonville spellbinders have come and send your address to State ecti n, 1900. teacher.. opens March. th, rml. strong B
gone. To their credit be it said, theyer & gCurriculum inreparatory )eprtmt.o
gone. To hamt6n, N. Y. heOCOURCL K'S 0OFnCE, j. 1u1iv-taught fr-c. 'ruitioti frt., rj in 10 wI
made the best argument in their regular fifty cent and someora c tober 1, 1 12( dollars perImonth. S-eudforniew.atalo.
power under the circumstances, but dollar sizes are sold by al good druggists. AT A MEETINC OF THE BOARD OF
up to the present moment their chief -- ----.. cor it- commissioner held th;s (lay, it is A. A. MURPHREE President
strength lies in bluff.-Pensacola A Cruel Joke. ,re hereby anponted as Inpecto's and Clerks of Taoi..e \
Press. A Yale Summit girl recently played a ae ,on to be held on Tu lay. the tith day of Tallahavee. Fa.
5%t n love-uoer. A. D. 1900. .< for the s veral Elec.
cruel joke on her mother. and this I iJonu D"trctsofsaldcountr viz:
Will Stay at Tallahassee. how it happened She accidentally Pree;not No. .-.Inspec5s. T P Strickland,
Melrose, Fla., Sept. 28, 1900.-. found a love letter that her father had PrcietNo. 2--In. ct r D F Beram g, Cj
Mr. John C. Trice, Tallahassee, Fla., written to her mother in the- halycon upp, Griffin Davis; ER It rrav. ('lerk.
Dear Sir-I have received a copy days of their courtship. She read the Frii s t n S i eto dle i, E
of your parer, in which you show letter to her nmotler. substituting her Precinct No. 4--la9-~ict W T' f-amling', .1 *
sound sense relative to the removal )Wb name and that of her lover. The Saunders, Lafaye'te B-urney: W H Averett.
of the Capital. Possess your soul otherraved with angerand stamped Precinct No. 5-lnspct s. I C lillingslev, WIV
of the Capital. Po-ssess yourolher font in disgust, forbidding her IBu-y. Fran Hall; E a l :iliing.ley.ci'k.
with patience my brother. TheP Precinet No (--lnslector ,D1G Chaires, J En-
with patience, my brother. The daughter t6 have anything to do with lish, Neely-iwe.l: nrmon. Ciaires. Clerk.
Capital will remain in Tallahassee. a man whio would write such nonsen- PrL'inct No.W7-- ans IsU .IR Comb-, E
Yours truly, A. A. Mcl.AE. sical stuff to a girl. Tlhe girl then giave precinct No. -.nisIw. r, E ple, J E f o
the letter to her mother to reid. and an'tehead, (;eo WMc;rii C D .iohnsonCierk. (
How The Will Stnd Precincit No. 9 Insel.ct E M Malbry. W II f
How They Will Stand. the house ) ecamie so suddenly
Gainesville has withdrawn from that she could !iwar the cat winking PrecitNo. lo--insila.ct rs. w r loore. ireene b
.oll qu.v4,)l, S-teve Powell: ijal .johnsoin, Clerk.
the race for the State Capital. This the back yard. -Saltsbury Plress. rcinctm o I sI. e N Johnson, J L
action leaves in the field, opposed to PVinNso, -ichard Jenkinku :GG Gibb.(lPerk. i .
l nPrecinct No. 12--Inslcc >rs. L A Perkins, A
Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Ocala T, ," ,l I Williams, John Smith: N MCGifl. Clerk.
Pre1c i o y is eX- rreeincE No. l:t--inspec trs, P i lnt.Elohn 2=- ,2
and Jacksonville, and the result of 1, : dollarfr relas. The rosta, DavNo. --;( sw M Dais. ohn rrollk.l 1 S
the voke will probably place the con- -.. *n r' ule)cus:l u ellas. The precinct No. 14--nsjw >rs, John carroll,.1 0
the oe will probably place ti con- ,w ;, ;io stnd to carry oustoun. J E Gr rs:J G ill1ns. Clerk.
testants in the order named.-Key *- :.. N ic ,~raing or not and Precinct o. 15. --i-.sic rs, l G ai.. 1 W
\\est Inter-Ocean. ". '* Precinct No. 16--Inspe ms. E E Me Daniel. W LI : Q
-- --- Ferrell :Aaron Williams asper Wooten, Clerk -
An Honest Campaign. In the Circuit Court of the Second Judi- Precinct No. 17.- Inspe rs. F L Bryan, T P
the rinea o s Joe Hayins: B AlleJ.Clerk i
Tallahassee continues to make an cial Circuit of Florida in and for the rinct No. I.-Inspe rs. Jake illiams.
County of Leon.-In Chancery. ed Russell, H C Allen: C Allen, Clerk. __ .
earnest, but honest effort, to keep the Thomas A. Hill Complainant F. C. 'AFiER, Chairman, TII
Capital where it is. Her campaign- .Ma il Dfer M. DH JcOH.TSC, .
Mary Hill (Defendant.M1. H oNSON,
ers are representative citizens, and T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY A. oaert,
her campaign is being conducted in l the affidavit of attorney forcomplainaut that Attest. C. A. BRv A,
n ho ,oae *. the residence of said defendant, Mary Hill is uu- Clerk Circuit Con; Leon County, Fla.
an honorable wav.---Gainesville known; that there is no person in said State. the TALLAIIASEE, Oct. 1, 1 .o. 32-ot
News. service of a subpoena upon whom would bind
N said defendant; and that said defendant is over-- ..
the areof twenty-one years. it is therefore or-
A Practical Joke. dered that said defendant Mary 1Hill be am I she
He was a wag and was. passing a is hereby required to appear to the bill of comn-
He was a waf and was passing a plaint herein on Monday. the:3d iay of Ueeem-
large draper's shop in Manchester. ,bir. A. D. 1900; and that th:s order be pub-
There. drawn up. were three or four lished once a wejk for eight successive weeks in NI CURE
"'The Weekly Tallalwasseean." a newspaper
vehicles, and among them was a closed published in the city of Talahal-ec in said
brougham with the driver fast asleep Clerk of said Court
Witness Council A. Bryan Clerk of said Cort U
on the box. Evidently the mistress and the seal thereof this :1 ,ay of A W O NDERFUL
was inside the shop. Without a word [s.Ar.] October, A.tD. 1NM).A
the wag stole quickly up and. opening Ho' A Cl'RAerk. H o s- o m I. Md c n
the carriage door. carefully slammed it Stt ofr .. FloCou A. Bryan, drk or e- O U S R 0 1 I G O In e .
to. In an instant the coachman the Circuit Court in and for the county aforesaid.
straightened himself up and gazed up dole-eby certify that the ahowv,-and foregoiig is Cures Neur. gic, Rheumatic, Nervoui., or Spasmnaliec Pals
a true copy of the original' order of publication in ,
the street as if he had never seen any- thecase of Thomas A. Hill vs. Mary Hill., of lootlchie, alacihe, licekiche, Spr.uinl, lrule.s, Larne-
thing more interesting to look at in his record andon ile in my office. mrm ., i rr.oe l enr, tnr tl
life. Then he stole a look over his ln testimony hereof I have hereuntoset mv nand iiess, Cramp ',, l)i~trrlet., I)v~erlterv, "lllr'' =,
life. Then he stole a look over his and affixed the -*al of said .outrt Swelling o all K(inds, Stiff Neck Sorenes~p Sore Thlrrott.
shoulder and saw the wag standing, LStAL.] this 3d day of October. A. D I.1). ,
CoU.CL A. BPvA., Sick Stomac. or Sea Sickness. In cases of ] t'l Cough,
hat in hand. apparently conversing 32 -2m Clerk Cl o ma ra i aoo
with some one inside the carriage. Colds or P1 emona, it affords
"Thank you. yes. Good morning." WlmDlrohie. a,- al.. D 1
said the practical joker and bowed vs. Sherist Sale. .
himself gracefully away from the door. The Florida Central and I
turning as he did so to look at the ITNIIulrANDi Y VIRTE OF FOUREXE- O C T= T 7
coachman and say. "Home!" U cautions issued by the Honorablec Supreme -, O I
Yes sir.! Teb. Get up! and away seite nber 28th. A. D.1 mommamnding me as -- -
went the brougham "home." sherilrof the supreme court of the state of Flor- W E_
Where that "home" was. who the ments o the Flrida Cntni and Penins W E E T H E
mistress of the carriage was or what Railroad Company. a corporation under the laws W HR
she did or said when she came out of of the State of Florida. that I cause to be "md
the sum ofsix. hundred and ninety-one and :12-
the shop or what the coachman did or 1() (s691. 32) dollars and costso.f executions.
said when he stopped at the door of have this day levied upo anid will sell in from
f court house door in the city of Tallahta. W J-L LV 'G T O R
"home" and found the carriage empty during the legal hours of sale on Monday the .5t
-all that only the coachman and the day of November, A. D. 1:X)O. the following de-
sc; edl property of the said Florida Central an FO---
lady know.-London Tit-Bits. Peninsular railroad Company, to- wit: The sho I
situated i len ecoutity, State of Florida. Billiousness, Cn ipltioa, leartbarn, In ligestion, tie.1l.;e, al all
PREMATURELY OLD. Sheriffof JoHN A. PUSaRc Ailments res tiag from a D)isordered Liver, suih as Loss of
OLD Sheriff of Supreme Court of the State ot Fla. AI'titl a,)Ls.o, I n e,
A man ought not to eel old, or to be old Appetite, espo.idency, Blues, Weakness, Tired FeAlin<
until well up towards the nineties, but and Inactivity of the Mind.
now-a-days you don't see many such men. MASTER'S SALE.
Instead, vou hear people no older thah 40 IRTE OF A DECREE OF FORIt ites tl
or 45 who begin to complain of tired backs BYU IfT e t Court EthEOF F EC states and purfies t e Blood.
Social Circuit of Florida, in chancery for th- coun
S-B of Leon thereof, ia a certain cause peedint
wherein William B..Iadford is complainant an I
Ja anese Eye Water
SWilliam H. WUlis .s defendant. I have levied f G
and will make public sale before tue court it
Sndoor at Tallahaee, in said c Mnty, onda
S dt o th tday oi Novembe., i19 .at 12o'clockna m Cures Sore or Inntmed Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, ahid is sootLinig and
the following described property, as- described i srng n
the mortgage, and in said decrne as the property trengthening to Weak Eyes.
of said defendant:
That tract o land lteginning at stakeat 'a Sold on 4rarar eA N C-r, \ T.
r line of Lake Overstli.t, and northwest corner Gu G l ara tee=== IO Gure, 3) P g..
sixteen acres conveyed by Tobias taiaie )to A t u j
SdrewPaine. thence east with Andrew laine' Never pa is the eye to use it, but is guaranteed to tcure
north line to his nio'theast corner five hund; sore eves k a remedy
a" a ^ ^ L1 snd sixty yards, thence north seventy yards tore yequiker than any other remedy ver used
stake, thence west to said lake .then ,with
and brains, of stomachs lake to point of beginning, containin't, eigr
vng oruti, of shttered h acres, more or le-s: also two acres, aa follow
giving out, of shattered f.Beginning at a stake at water line on east side
nerves, of lost energy, Turkey lake. alias Lake Hall, and the no-twe O RTANT
of aversion to work. corner of a t-act of two acres, conveyed by To
aero t o Hors 0 wners and Stock Dealers.
These men have Paine to Andrew Paine, twence eastouehund T Heors Owners all Stoc ele s.
thought more of dollars, and forty yards to a stake on said Andrew Pain
than of health. They forget that money is north line. thence north seventy yards to a sta I
Turkeylake, thence with said lake south top you ow n o h ym
amst wor s w th altoenjoy tene wtonehuendre oa to. IfSyo own or horses, you should by all means keep at ready
it. If men and women will take Dr. Pierce's of b1ginnlu., command
Golden Medical Discovery, they needn't Tes cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps command
worry much about old age. The years will title. L. M. CARBOROUGH,
go by, but they won't show it iaedi- October 3d, 1900. Master, W al\kers D adShot ColicCure
cine makes digestion perfect, and changes 32-4t lk r -D o t o C u e
a. disordered stomach into a healthy one -FOR MULES AND HORSES.
thatworks aNature intended. It regulates TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A WARRA RSE
the liver, enriches the blood and tones the U issued by the Comptroller of the State a ic g a oei-ra o r
nerves. It prevents consumption by curinr Florida bearing date the 51h day of October. It is granted to relieve any case of eolin in m. r. ....i .
will aid the
dky tea biscuit,
hder hot griddle cake,
waffle and muffin,
The crisp and de vicious doughnut,
The white, sweet nutritious bread and roll,-
Delightful to the tazte and always wholesome.
Royal Bekizq Powder is made
from PUR GRAPE CREAM OF
TARTAR ar' "ts absolutely free
-from lime, alum and ammonia.
There are many imitation baking powders,
made from alum, mostly sold cheap. Avoid
thlm, as they make the food unwholesome.
ROYAL BAKING POWD R CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine. i
Cotton is quoted today at 91 to 10.
Mr. Phil. Walker is in the city agair.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis have re-
turned from a week's trip to Atlanta,
Mr&. M. Do&ier has returned from a
sojourn at Lookout Mountain. f
Mrs. L. M. Fish, of Pensacola, isathe
guest of Mrs. L. C. Yjeger.
Mrs. F. Grace, of Citronelle, is visiting
her brother, Mr. E. Alford. I ,
Mr. W. M. McIntosh spent a few ys
St. Teresa last week. I
Mrs. Charles Munroe and daughter
d Miss Jessie Meginniss returned ast
week from Greenville, S. C.
Rev. 8. .1, McCarty, pastor of -.he
Presbyterian Ohurch, is home from an
outing In Missouri.
"Prevention is the best bridle." You
can prevent sickness and cure that t- 'ed
feeling and all blood humor by taking
Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
Mr. A. C. Knapp, of Centerville, was
in the city last Saturday;
* Mr. Geo. I. Davis came up from Ap x-
lachicola Saturday to be with his family
Sunday. He returned on Monday.
Mr. L. E. Cohen is on a business trip
to Gaincsville this w ek.
Messrs. Julius Ball and Alex. Jacols
bave decided not to consolidate their
saloons this year.
Miss Fannie McCleod and Mrs. Dr.
Yarborough returned Sunday from St.
Teresa. where they have been spending
the summer months.
Mr. P. W. Wilson and wife returned
Tuesday from a short trip to New York
city. where Mr. Wilson went to buy
goods for his fall trade. He purchased
very large stock.
To stimulate a Sluggish Liver; Banish
Bilinusnow. Disperse Dyspepsia, Prevent
Sick and Nervous Headache, use Dr. M.
A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
Thomas J. Brown. of Cairo, Ga., vis- Mr. C. H. Parlin. Secretary and Treas.- H
ited friends in Tallahassee the post urer of the Franklin Lu-nber Company, sch
week. of Carralhale. was in the city M)ndayon hitm
CT .< Tbusiness connoctld with his firm _
Mr. Walter Scott, of Richmond, spe al his i T
agent of the Seaboard Air Line. issper 1- Mrs A. c'. Spil. r. who has been ger
mg some time at St Marks. I pending morn- months with her son in B
T *, o r Jacksonville. ietu-ned hqime on Tuesday i,
Hon. B. C. Chairs, who is sunomprn8g 'Jc aona, :. med by he e nhTues, Md Fo
with his family at Panacea 6priglasT, a. o11)- y S l dagtr ta Co.
came here this week to start h:s children e
to schooL I Folings of safety pervade the house- L
Miss Edna Ball left on Friday f,'r BAl- hold tha-uses (One Minute Cough Cure. C
timore, where she will resume her muti- the only harmnne-s re:. edy that produces A
cal studies. immediate results:. It is infallible for Ad
t..h.. e coughs. colds, croup and all throat and bar
This is the season when mothers e lug tro.bleq. It will prevent co nsumap
alarmed on account of croup, t s tion. All D-alers. fn
quickly cured by One Minute Couh i .. 4
Care, which children like to take. 11 There will -e reul\ir morning and P
Dealers. evening services at the Presbyterian cal
Mrs. W. E. Cameron, mother of M Church next Sun-lay, conduct+-d by the est
B. C. Whitfield, accomPanied Mrs. Wh pastor, who has-been absent for some pla
field on her return home last week a time.
will be her guest this winter. .
h Mrs. 0. W. Head and daughter, Miss eleo
Mr. Joseph Roberts, of Sopchopy, Olivette, returned honmed from a two in
was a pleasant visitor to this office Mo weeks' visit to Mrs. Wm. B. Schrader
day afternoon. last week. Mrs. Schrader, with her (
daOghter. Miss Nettie, accompanied Mrs. at ]
Mr. L, C. Yaeger, Chairman of t Hed back, and after a few days stay re-
Board of Ccunty Commissioners, turned home Saturday last. I
turned Saturday from a short trip T har
North Georgia. Dr. M. A. Simmoris Liver Medicine Gr
SW A. De.illy, Leon's efficie .Quickens the Appetite, Aids Digestion,
Mr. W. A. Demelly ttng in lice gives Tone and Vigor to all the functions,'
taxes fOectorm the maseenrchants and e and fortifies the systeip against Epidemic
business and professional people, du Influences. ch
the week. Mr. Guy I. Metcalf,J representing the hi
The best method of cleansing the liv Democratic National Committee in the D
is the use of the famous little pills know First Congressional District of Florida, con
as DeWitt's Little Eariy Risers. Easy has been in the city this week soliciting
take. Never gripe. All Dealers. contributions to the National Campaign 2
.- Fund. He has been a Felcome caller at Gr
Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe, of the TALL4HASSERAIt office during his
was in the city Saturday. He has sojourn in the city. 1
accompanying the Democratic sp Bu
on the stump through West Florida, Gov. and Mrs. Bloxham, also Mrs. D. knI
. he left them at this point and retu. Walker and Miss Courtney, are still at ger
to his home. the Blue Ridge Springs, Va. Mrs. Ran- F
F_ ., s dolph and her daughter, Miss Mary 350
Hon. S. R. Mallory, PFlorigs senior Page, who have been spending the past thu
United States Senator, wasin the city on month at these m delightful springs, left ham
Friday. He staid over to end the last week for Washington,. D. C. "
Sparkman and Jennings rally. Theen-
ator has many faiendsinT' Who Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine rec
are always glad to see and r has greatly benefited others and'is rea- be
Abbott's East India Corn Paint cures sonably certain to do you good. Try it!
every time; it takes off the corn; no pain-.
Cures Warts and Bunions and is con ..-
ceded to be a wonderful Co Cu | It IS a Fact,
M. T. Joiner's headquarters
ger Sewing Machine applies
moved to Miss Gerard's store.
send there for what you want.
All kinds of Tablets, at all
prices, at Hill & Co.'s.
Accept only the Green
Trading Stamps. We are
here t'stay. -
Tha Green Trading Stamps ccst you
nothing, why not trade with the m r-
chants who give them.: 2-4t
Fresh lot Cucumber Pickle and fine
sweet mixed pickle, at the Racket Gro-
Hill & Co. keeps the books school chil-
Sweeting will have the finest display
of Watches and Diamonds that has ever
been seen in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Howard Gamble will open a se-
lect school for children between the ages
of 5 aun 12 years on October 1st. Tui-
tien $2.00 per month in advance. 28 4t
[ill & Co.'s is headqu-irters for all
ool supplies. Don't fail to call on
he Kyle Hay Press for sale, at Yae-
's. In the teach of every farmer.
talston Hrallh C'ub Flour, Breakfast
od and Bar.lay Food, at Randolph &
loaded Shells for bats at Yeager's.
heap for cash at T. .T. Roberts', on
ams street, corn. oats, hay, bran,
iked cow feed, flour in barrel and half
rels. Besides this you will always
I a choice line of groceries, cheap.
Parties desiring to have hay baled will
A on or write J. G. Collins. New, lat-
improved machine. Will go to your
ce and do work reasonable. 20-tf
You have the choice of Sweeting's
gant Christmas goods for your Trad-
, Stamp Books. 32-4t
Cane Mills and Sugar kettlee Tor sale
lowest prices, by L. C. Yaeger.
f you want to get the worth of your
rd earned dollar, trade at the Racket
lill & Co.'s is headquarters for all
hool supplies. Don't fail to call on
don'tt send off for anything. Go and
500 tooth picks for 5c at the Racket
'he best place in town to buy Wagons,
ggies and Harness is at the well
own Hardware House of L. C. Yae-
'OR SALE-150 bales straw hay and
bushels feed oats. Leave orders at
s office or direct J..G. Collms, Talla-
Scar load of fresh hay has just beei
eived at T. J. Roberts' store. Will
sold cheap for cash. tf
s sold you the best Seed on
Mrs. George E. Dennis, of -1 oyd, is
visiting Mrs. J. F. Spears, on Calhoun
Rev. A. P. Becket, of Tarpon Springs,
waa berelast week en route to Apalach-
Mr. C. B. Gwyna and family r turned
Saturday from Asheville, N. C., where
they have 1 1en spending the last two
Mr. Wash. Bannerman, our next
Oounty Superintendent of I iblic In-
structon, and wife, was in the city Mon-
The Health-Restarer and Health
Mei*nta"er. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine, Strengthens the Nerves, makes
you Plump and Comely, and Enriches
the Complexion .with nature's choicest
Miss Carrie Macon, of Gainesville,
Fla., sister of Mrs. Eugene Dickey, ar-
rived in this city Saturday and will at-
tend the West Florida Seminary this
Misses Margaret and Lizzie Cotten re-
turned Friday from a week's sojourn at
St. Terr a. .
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's
Pam Erim. 'L-y it. For sale by Wight
& Bro. r id all other medic;"s dealers.
The Townsend House is now open and
furnishes best meals in town for the
same money. ..You can get there a square
meal for 25 cents. Board by the day,
week or month on reasonable terms and
the fare guaranteed always worth the
moey Mnas S. D. HArHTowER,
Capital City Light & F .el Co. will de-
liver until ,December 1st-Coke in 100
bushel lots for $11.00 cash. This is $3.50
less than the ukual pr ce. 32-tf
Just r, eived a splendid Ime of outing
and flannelets at low figures.
30-2t BALL, DEMILLY & Co).
If it is something in Fine China you are
looking for. Sweeting's is the store to go
rliss Blake's Sanitarium,
Next door north of Leon Hotel, open all
the year. Graduate nurses and first-
class accommodations. For particulars
Miss SALLIE E. BLAKE, Prop'r.
31-6m Tallahassee, Fla.
Use- "Linccn's Chill and Fever
Tonic," the guaranteed cure, for
sale only by TWight & Bro, Drug-
Do you know that Sweeting carries a
full stock of musical instruments? Go
and see him.
Large Size Heavy Towels,
only 10 cents, at Boxhomrn's
New and Second Hand School Books.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10<
or 25c. If C. C. 'C. fail to cure, drug-
ict.a refund noneyv.
Fite TaflrioU Low Prices.
Cleaning and Repairing.
Capital Tailoring Co.,
t Next to Express Office.
A Big Line of 5c....
Toilet Soap; can't be beat
for the money.
Ta1lahass3 e Dru Co0.
For Sale .
Shay Tram Engine and
Car. All in good running
order. Can be bought at a
tf Tallahassee, Fla.
AND ONION SETS.
FOBIR 49 190.0.1
ouglass' Chill anm
To fly Priemib aud Ce toWr.
I leave today for the markets sad ex-
pect to pamch mp two cars qf mules and
boerm, and will keep on hand at aR times
Slarge ot to seldct from. So when
needing brmes br males give me a call,
and I will guarantee to please you.
Thanking you for past favors, and solic-
itmg your future business, I am very
truly yours, A.-S. WaLLS.
Tallahasee, Sept. 22, 1000. 81-tf
Don't forget that everything needed
for the holiday, trade can be found at
A fresh lot f; eiegaui crisp crack"a.i
all varieties, packages and bulk, just iv
at T. aB Byrd's.
Kalarioai adws d by tthe bem Phyulala
and guaranteed to cure Chills, Fever and
gue. All druggists or from Mofit-
West Drug Co., St. Louis.
When -you want anything
In Dry Coods or Shoe line try
see Drug Co.
, a I
u Reap What
he variety, quality a
r garden and farm
choice garden and fl4
ure to gave result t thi
pTease yon by theii
usness. W. have tal
seeds, but only omn
is the tnst. Gn
it & O). Fresh this
packet of Gard
i'.onous plant F4-.n
r~'rn who morms the ab
into the correct nanon o!
aeedn. were, nis-i on lap
Nh.'. .W. Fareain. Proli
Tplanlt in '.ealvd cuvel
X) In .'enaynz mrphie'~
and write tlaunly. :eui
Rates, S .53 p
H:..t-K :*.-'iw all tra
ahse and ('torgia Rl
id quantity of
wer seeds will
t will gratify
size and de-
kinds of gar-
wn by Robt.
&a See free to
pe in care or
ase give lull
Time I)b)ve road iq
odff r LrTI ws,.nJ
The hotel Iham; .
iArdl aiid Po~ol rti)m',
,.*'i*eg. Pwt toffi4'z-, iI
lFo further inf.brirol
The Tallahassee, Drug Co.
MEYER & COMPANY -TAILORS.
One door eaA(
A large and complete line of aI,
dies, Misses: and Children's Shoe&
for Spring and Summer wear. Ala.
For sale at low prices, at
D. B. ME6INI SS, Jr.
Before buying -your Fall
Hats see our line of Ladiest'
Misses' andChildOen's Dress
Hats, Trimmed Sallorsland
Shapers, all the latest:styles
and patterns, at prices to
suit you, at Boxhorn'8 Bar-
EA 9 ?4
S I "-
F. DUKE, Proprietor.
'day; $8.00 per week; I
30.00 per month,
i'e a f:tmilies or parties.
ar. Sotpehopoy Station oa
w ;ivin; the following low round trial
I t rt-turn from Satuirday until Mon lay,
-:o-, I until Sentembe.. $2.50.
I Modern Conveniences.
oeeln enlarged, new mineral and salt titer
I vatrr in all rooms; baths also given in mtel;
shuffle board. and in fact all modern e-tmve-
hotel building Telephone corinemrioni 'ith
nails, etc. Cuisine the best. ,
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor!
Sin stock all grades
A portion of your pa
-- -1 _
00 acre of Timberd Land for sale in Middle, East and Wet
6* es.r.a n.mnr fn la nnartar-aeAtion to fifteen thanam.A. I
Cures for 25 cei
be had only at
T WMIsITL TArpTrA-AZXlAI8wW: THURSDAY, 0
The dainty cake
The white and fl
The sweet and tc
light and de
Munro's Store, under Opera House.
P Undestaking Supplies, and guarantees satis-
nage is solicited, and all orders will receive
Boxhprn's Bargain House.
Take Lineon's Liver Piles *
cleanse the system of all malaria-
for sale only by Wight & .Bro.,
R. L. Collins is selling Hawkb's glasses
at $1.00 per pair. Elsewhe -e they" cost
you $2.00 for the same identical glassee.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail,p
druggists refund money.
Spend your cash with men who are up
to date, and give Trading Stamps. 324t
We are selling the Tampa Smoker 5c
cigars 3 for lOc, try them, Racket Gro-
When you want Loaded Shells don't
forget that Yaeger. keeps them-all sizes.
See our 50 cents Colf Hat.
the latest for Ladies and
Misses, at Boxhorn's Bar-
,rj~gj~.Ly T.TAT,~AW A 8~AW:
THURSDA, OCTOBER14 1900.
-~ -. -'-- S N
I I, -!
ames many I
Here In one.
at the acadei
eut of the pla
taking Te hs
back Into the
ait down on
man and res
could talk, I
thing in the
both rose hb
on his way r
It is certa
It was the ex
Sty which I
Mr. H. A.
"One of m
cate and we
. a night's rest
lief from th
is free from
It was a
Is the kind
bring me an
I am willing
,then the ma
the pool tab
.the dog, an
and said, "I
The dog ra
and then gr
"- A C. fs.
i. Mewae along the Kenticky riv.
a -s&WBd below Har odeburg has
"Ok Y COmpered to the highlands
at st Hidon. Towering cldlb hun-
e .of feet In height Impress the be-
uGe. Il 8*Hitorlci Sketehes of
Oa" a Incident Is told of moe of
Shghest of these .e
Jetham Strout was hoeing corn in the
* m t opposite the terry, when
B fttmtnh was attracted by a rat-
Of not e above his hea4 Looking
be wa staggered at seeing a man
mtamblg down the earful preclpie,
3w touhong and grasping at a twig,
hw at a root, without beIng able to
_Cek himself. Fnaly, with a crash.
ift oft mb, he landed In the'top of a
makye tree about 50 teet above the
MOeral level of the bottom.
Mr. trout ran to the place with all
ute, dreaIng to find a dead man and
net doubttg be would be terribly In-
ed If alive, for the distance the man
d fallen was 170 feet, and from the
3At point where he had touched the
rock to the top of the tree where he
ldged was 45 feet
Fancy Mr Strout's surprise, then, to
nd the ma standing erect at the foot
ofthe tree feeling of his arms and
"Are you nrt?" cried Mr. Strout.
'That's w t I'm trying to find out,
May friend," as the answer. "It's my
Impression tat I am alive, but rather
Not a boni was broken, and despite
a few bru the man seemed to be as"
sound as'bef re the terrible fall.
"That fell w bore a charmed life,'
was Mr. St out's remark whenever he
told the str
ud the Poor Studeat.
a's hearty, eager helpful-
astances might be given.
After a certain prize day
ay a student was passing
hrst room on his- way to
He looked the picture of
d shabbily dressed and
as if he wished to pass
unnoticed. Millais and
g arm In arm, came
ght sight of the poor.
nt. Leaving MWllal he
he vestibule to him and.
dent's arm, "drew him
rat room and made him
ottoman beside him.
n on the top of the otto-
.g his head on his hand.
to talk as he alone
g forth volumes of
d utterances, as if every-
orld depended on his
rI g what he wanted them
went on and on. The
* dually seemed to pull
r and at last when they
med to have become
a Leighton shook
hia, and the youth went
n at If other help than
iedt was given. But
Mrdiary zest and vital-.
e ton put Into his help
Unlike any other. He
r as cause as others
os o DII
ythl r I
ay a et
aina r (
le b ug
," a w
d h poc
'He'll ruin the
dog, "but if
S It it all over
pose be could b1
But the bl
Down in south
ows were cond
over their trouble
last sickness a
bands, one said:
"My man, poo
and suffered an'
Jes' died for the
The other replk
"Waal, mine dI
breath to the vet
woman, Ga., writes:
ren was very deli-
dof aisingit. For
I could hardly get
re began the use of
We found great re-
ottle." Pitts' Car-
tly and cures per-
asant to the taste,
without coaxing. l t
s drugs and chemi-
I a H l est.
ck, but, then, that
the owner, "will
send him for, and
was arranged, and
of the billiard hall
would like to have
;ht to him.
ered the owner of
tinted to the table
and It once or twice
pocket and tore it
ad the billiard man.
swered the owner of
au give him time he'll
gre. You didn't sup-
g it In one trip, did
man paid the bet.-
I Georgia two wid-
na with each other
In telling of the
death -f their huw.
In proportion 1
town in Scotlasn
value of real prop
feller. jet suffered
suffered, and then
t of breath. "
't. He drafted his
be the wealthiest
It has an annual
per Inhabitant of
tor's place to make it good. Any mem- "Um-er-umrn." he hesitated, "Miss Avoid substitutes, there i but one
ber of the audience may rise to his Kate, am I a chump?' miller, Perry Davis'. 0 cents i
feet and shout out a contradiction "It is very difficult for one to say Kents.
whenever he feels like it, and by the 'No,"'" she said with a pretty little Basy Remed .
custom of English public life the smile, and later she found it quite easy Doctor-Good morning Mr.
speaker is expected to make some re- to say "Yes."-Washington Star. What can I do for you?
ply on the spot Mr. Lover-- I called, to-1
Mr. Chamberlain was always a dan- His Genial Reception. for the hand of--of your ughte:
gerous man to cross in debate, but the General Starr. a gallant old soldier, "HumphL Appetite 7"o
personal feeling against him was so had an irrepressible dislike for young "Not very." |
bitter for years after his withdrawal lieutenants fresh from West Point. In "How is your pulse?"
from the ranks of the separatists that 1874 General Starr was in command at "Very rapid when-w I au
many an unhappy man was driven to Fort Riley, and one day an orderly her, very feeble when a y."
tilt against his shield. It was delicious came to his quarters with the message "Troubled with palplta ?
to watch Mr. Chamberlain's handling that Lieutenant Morrison, just from "Awfully when I think her."
of the situation. He would pause when West Point, was at'the post ready to "Take my daughter. u'll sc
the interruption grew serious and give pay his respects and report for duty. cured. One guine, lea -Pea
the heckler a chance to make himself In response to this message the old Weekly.
well heard. "Now if you will allow general was starting for his office,
me I will ask that gentleman to get when his wife, a motherly old soul, Cahtee as
upon a chair that we may all have the plucked him by the sleeve and said, Second only to the a
pleasure of seeing him." A dozen anx- "Now, general, promise me that you Chinese when it corner to
onus hands would hoist the objector in- won't be rough with that young man." and with simple materi the
to. unwelcome prominence. "Now, "Rough?r said the old man, smiling contrive'to put together meal
air," came the clear, passionless voice, amiably upon his matrimonial com- would shame an o Am
O'will you kindly speak up? I should panion. "Why, I'll be peaches and cook. In peasant fm the w
be sorry if any one missed what you cream-unless the young dog rile, me." daughter does the coo but
have to say." Reaching his office, the general was large estahitMhmenmt the ks i
The heckler, now quite unnerved, confronted with a dapper little fellow variably men.
would stammer out something, and as spick and span as though he had
Mr. Chamberlain, listening with a ma- Just come from the hands of his barber lnnnmprable an the
lcious smile, would quietly readjust and tailor, while he had the half super- legerdemain tricks of but
.is eyeglass and, turning to the au- cillous air that seems inseparable from these perhaps the elev 1
dience, fling out a reply-cool, cutting the first stages of military education, knack of persuadingus t the
and decisive.--Sydney Brooks in Har- Looking the young lieutenant over ulous by simple repetition
per's Magazine for half a moment, the old general said miraculous.-Carlyle.
with great dignity: "How do you do,
How Twaft Introdeed Hawley. Mr. Morrison. 1 am pleased to see Bangkok Isto a city of wa I
"Onlyv anna did Manrk Twnin annor yOU." Then as a flush gradually mount- .IndAtthlne Veani 'n Marner
Ofteri's Witty Bsr p. os: friend of years I have the warm-
Two stories are attributed In The est regard for him. as a. neighbor ~L- -
Railway Magazine to the witty bishop whose vegetable garden adjoins mie.I I f '
of Oxford. He was once talking to why-why, I watch him. As the au- "''-l
some boys in a school and said to them: thor of "Beautiful Snow" be has added
"Now, my boys, 1I dare say. you think a new pang to winter. He is a square, m
it's a very fine thing to be a bishop. true.man In honest politics, and I must
But I assure you I'm a very busy man. say he occupies a mighty lonesou po- WhenC the orgs fail
I have to go about all over my diocese, sitlon. So broad. so bountiful s his s al" ""'ulo t
and I haven't time to study like you character that he never turned a tramp te skin s rfae is arednes
have. In, fact. nearly all my study has empty handed from his door, but al- Tetter Acne, Salt Paoriaai
to be confined to only one book. It be. ways gave him a letter of introduction While the skin is seat of irri
gins with a 'B.' Do you know what it to me. Pure. honest. Incorruptible, that powders may alla the itching a
s?" "The Bible. sir; the Bible," shout- Is Joe Hawley. Such a man In politics contmn ed, and the Mitn is mofc
ed the boys all together. "No," replied is like a bottle of perfumery In a glue l
the bishop, with a merry twinkle in his factory-it may moderate the stench. T8 M
eye. "It's called 'Bradshawr" but it doesn't destroy It. I haven't Io -
The other story is still better. On said any more of him than I would say
one occasion when be alighted from of myself. Ladles and gentlemen, this 'The many p of am
the train at Wheatley, the station for sl General Hawley.'" and break down
Cuddesden palace, an officious porter ., m o remdy,
rushed up to him and asked. "Any arti. When a Kis Was Valuable.. h a nd oga
eles In the van, my lord?" "Articles," The practice of kissing the bands h cu m becn
maid the bishop grimly. "Yes. 39 artl- was instituted by the early Roman mll- -
eles." Off hurried the porter and wor- ers as a mark of subjection as much as
tried the guard.,almost out of his senses one of respect, and under the first Ca-
by. the way be searched the van and ears the custom was kept up. but only
detained the train. Presently he came for a time. These worthies conceived *
back to the bishop with a crestfallen the idea that the proper homage due to
expression of countenance. "There are their exalted station called for less fa-
only seven, my lord." "Only seven? millar modes of obeisance, so the privi- .
Ah. you're d Dissenter then, I should lege of kissing the emperor's hand was kin Diseasesl sent free upo
think." reserved as a special mark of condc- -- --
.. a Ito e _scension or distinction for officers of |
L Iekla In Rosmnee. high rank. Tired etals.
"Swigsby hasn't a particle of ro- Romanu ft ler onshiderrd the prac- It is a fact of co paratively l
mance about him. tice of kissing r s-o di
"I never thought he had. Any new that theli.. v.r kisst... r wiv.s in metals lose their v ality from r
proof of it?" the presenctuti .f t I "ir t-ihliters Triln,. tions of shocks and rains and m
".Yes. He was calling on Daisy too. only the utcst ri:liiives w'ere' l- said, as the expr ion is. to
Swinnerton. You know Daisy. Little loved to kiss their klintr o f t be. gen- from fatigue-that is. they ma
thing, but full of poetry. Swigsby said tlr sex o te iiiut fr in those worked till their mo cules fail t
he wondered where they' met the first d-s -o". is.n- at nn, "wie together.
d.. ." ..Iay ,'iS I zi~i'. ";t." l. t l re together.
time, and Daisy tI her poetical way arbitrary sign. i.ut it w:s the sponta- As is familiarly k own, bars o
said she guessed it was In the gloam- IoOUS Inguag of the actions. ese rods of brass and res of any
ing. Swigsby looked puzzled, and then .l tt of love. will separate owing o fatigue i1
what do you suppose he saide Under the Romans if a lover kissed backward and fo continue
.ve his betrothed before marriage she in- But by careful ex ments. hbo
"Said he guessed she was mistaken, lerited half of his wordly goods in the the fact is made to pear that a
because he couldn't recall any apart- event of his death before the marriage edy exists for this edition of n
ment house by tat name."-Cleveland ceremony, and if she died her heritage if the overstrain d not bord
Plain Dealer. descended to her nearest relatives.- rupture. and this re y Is very
S Assisting His Memory. Frank H. Vizetelly in Woman's Home like that which Is a lied in the
o.m *nlon "of an .overworked |human tr
Bobby was spending the afternoon at Companion. namely restworked human tr
his aunt's and for some moment had "For three days and nights I suffered Feather edged recover the
been gazing out of the window It a agony untold from an attack of cholera tality better than any her. Of c
painfully thoughtful sort of war. morbus brought on by eating cucum- the length of time Ired for thi
"What makes you so serious, Bob- bers." says M. E. Lowther, clerk of the varies with different metals an
by?' asked his aunt district court, Centerville, Iowa. amount of strain to b1ich they
"Why, ma told me that I must re- thought I should surely die, and tried abeen subjected.
meber not to ask er-anything to eat, dozen different medicines but all to no ".
and I am trying to remember it"- purpose I sent for a bottle of. Cham- Hard metals. such ron and
Uani am ygoberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea use up one and two time
Union ignal. Remedy and three doses relieved me en- process. On the ot hand. soft
Umbrella.tirely." This remedy is for sale by als. like lead. rea their col
Jack-I made two calls this after- Wight & Bro. an a all medicine dealers. force longer and also uire lea
noon, and I must have left my uam- Harde, to ay No Than Yes.
brella at the last place I called. He was a most worthy young man, why John bed.
Tom--Howdo you know but that you with a fondness for discussing socio. "I don't know what coming t
left It at the first place? logical ar.d moral questions, and once sighed Mrs. Jones as e handed
Jack-Because there's where 1 got it started on his hobby hbe could scarcely paper over to her b and "l'-I
-Chicago News. be headed in any other direction. He things are bad enough ready."
cannotbe Cured had been quite devoted in his attention "Why. what's the tter nov
Catarrh C.no to one young woman for as much as dear?' murmured Joh with a n
with local applications, as they cannot six months, but she had been unable to ful of muffin.
reach the seat of the disease. Catarr bring him to his senses. though she "Matter. Indeed." snoed Mrs.,
is a blood or cestitutional disease, andr- was willing to confess that she had "Just like you men. ven't the
in order to cre it oual atah Cre is tried repeatedly to do so. Of course rate. water and other tes all be
taken rem really, and acts directly on she had done it in the delicate ways creased, and now the pers sa
the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's women have in those matters, but birth rate is going up. hy oug
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine, what he needed was a club. Now. John. what are y laughing.
It was prescribed by one of the best Not a great while ago he was calling -London Standard.
physicians in this country for year, and as usual, and as usual he was neglect-
is a regular prescription. It is composed ting sentiment for something that only It Ma.y e PMsh or It e '
of the beat tonics known, combinmedit made a girl tired. This time he was Politician-My boy. t, door to
the mubest blood surfaces. T moralizing on the temptations of life successful business o l ed "Pi
on the o u inge dients eis and the proneness of people to yield Thoughtful Youth-I 't your
what produces such wonderful results in without making the proper effort
curing ('atah. Send for testimonials, against them In, whatever form they PolIticlan Wellyw later
,rue ,e- might appear. that it Is very sueal Why
F. J. CHENEY & Co., "However," he said in conclusion, ask that?
Props.. Toledo, O. displaying a commendable spirit of Thoughtful Youth- use,
Sold by Druggists, price 750c. charity for the weak, "It is a very dim- see your door is labe "PulL'
Hall's Family Pills are the best. cult thing for any one to say 'No.' trolt Free Press.
Here was an unexpected chance for
aHe Crshte tke Heeklem her. During the Summer on, c
The man who asks questions and in- "And conversely," she responded come upon us suddenly remain
sists on their being answered is a a. a- slowly so he could get the full force of f paTni i driven away da oe
millar presence at all party meetings. It, "It should be very easy for one to summer complaints, fro simple c
He is known as the heckler. The speak- say 'Yes.' to the most aggravated f m Qf c
er is not allowed to disregard him. If He looked her straight in the eyes at morbus or dysentery. o hou
a statement is disputed, it is the ora- last, and a hush fell upon the scene, should be without th Pain-
It is an
The night when last I saw my lad
His eyes were bri-zht aniw wet.
He took my two hands in his own,
'Tis well.'" says Ie. "'we're met;
Asthore maehre. the likes o' uie
I bid ye now forget."
Ah, sure, their same's a thriflin thing;
'Tis more I'd di, tur lini:
I wind the nilht promni.ld well,
Away on llallar:i:in..
An every little \iI'. o-r so
I thry forgettin .li;:i.
It shouldn't take that long to do,
Ar. him not very tal,;"
'Tis quare the w',y I'll hear his voice,
A boy that's out o' call,
An whiles I see him stand as plain
As e'er a sx foot waIl.
Och, never fear. day jewel!
I'd forget ye now this minute.
U I only had a notion
0' the way I should begin it.
But Afi and last it isn't known
The heap o' trouble's in it.
Myself began the night ye went
An hasn't done it yet;'
rm nearly ft to give it up,
For wbere'*a the use to fret?
A. the msorinag's airly spoilt on me
-Wid mindin to sorgct.
..,,--Do you believe In dreams,
an-Faith, an 1 do! Last night I
ilmed I was awake, an in the
ain me dhreani kern true.
Notice of Election.
t of all
will b held in each county in Florida on Tues
day nIt succeeding the first Monday In Novem-
ber, t D. 1900, the said Tuesday being the
SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
for th-4atification or rejection of the said Joint
Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Consti-
tution Of the State of Florida, viz.:
.,i ARTICLE XV.
That$he following amendment to the Constitu-
tion of the State ot Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and hall be subminitted to tihe
elect of the State at the General Election, A.
1. I MN for ratification or rejection.
Secti n 4, Article VII, oif the ('onstitution of
the of Florida is hereby aniendea so as to
read a. ollow'i:
"ect n -*. Where any Senatorial l)istrict is
Vcom e ad of two or more counties, tie eountie, of
which ch district consists, shall not be entirely
sepura by any county belonging to another
district Anyv new county that may be created.
shall 14 entitled to one mnieimber in the House of
presia natives, in excess of the limit prescribed
in sect n 2of this Artich uutil the alportion-
ment f lowing next thereafter, and shall be as-
signed hen created to one of the adjoining cn-
atorial )istricts as shall be determined by the
That t>e following Amendment to the Consti-
tution o the State of Florida be and is hereby
agreed t and shall be submitted to the electors
o: the State at the Genaral Election to be held on"
the first Tuesday after the first Monday in No-
vember, A. D. 1900, for ratification or rejec-
Secti~o25 of Article III of said Constitution be
and is eby amended so as to read as follows:
.Sect!2&5. The Legislature shall provide by
general liw for incorporating such educational,
agrieultia, mechanical, mining, transporta-
tion, meantile and other useful companies or
&a o itas may be deemed necessary: but it
shall noms any special law on any such sub-
Jeack. any such special law shall be of no
effect; vided, however. That nothing herein
prelude special legislation as to a univer-
sity or th public schools, or as to a ship canal
across thl State.
I ARTICLE XViI.
That tA following Amendment to the Codstitu-
tion ot th~ State of Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the
electors or the State at the General Election in
November% A. D. 1900, for ratification or rejec-
Section 0 of Article VIII of the Constitution
shall be amd Is hereby amended so as to read as
Section Immediately upon the ratification of
this ment the County Commissioners of the
several ties of this State snail divide their
repective ounties into five Commissioner' s Dis-
tric, to numbered spectively from one to
fiveinc ve, and each district shall be, as nearly
asa poM b, equal in proportion to population,
and ter there shall be in each of such dis-
trls (nty Comioner, who shall be
elete b e qualified electors of afd county,
at thp tim* ni lac of vntin for other oumntv
the fly, in the centre of a white ground ij
lb;ars, in width one-eighth the l'n-'thl of fliy
tending frtm each corner toward the center
the outer rimn of tih seal.
'I he votes can't in compliaune \wit i s;iid promj
Amendment, aind the
etunis thlierof, shallA be siilcjct i to the r M
rt gulations and restrictions as iar i provided h
law for General Elections in the Mat'e ctf floril
In Testimony Whereof, I ihav,. shr-i.ntsett
hand ana allixed the 4c rc;rt s,.I: oaflt
State of Florid:i,. at TT;l !a!a;ssee -
[L. s.] Capital. this the lirst da\ of A ,
A D .1 N914O. "1 A"
][1 t1ITI I <-*t li'-t .- ,
To JOHIN A. SEARE. dicrilY Leon county.
SAugustl1 11,0- -0"-'d
LL PERSONS HAVING ANY .CL
against the estate of B. A. Meginhiss. l
of Lcon county.State of Florida, t alevtsed, al
enbrlay called upon to present the same diy
-erified to the undersigned, within two y
9 after the first publication hereof, and in dtefd
heteof this notice will be pleaded in lIIroff W
pient, and air persons indebted to the deemap
or his estate are requested to make prompt ly.-
Tallahassee, Aug. 31, 11N90.
Notice of Application for Final 1 N
IX MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST UBLT-
I, cation hereof I will present my linal tccol n
aid vouchers to the County iJudle f Lam
county, Florida. and ask t4 be ,li-ehtrgedai
guardian of the estate of Lilia'i E. Ftlkel o
L-on -countvy. Florida. H. T. FKI-oKEi
S4iy'24th. i0--12-oam-Gm. Gua*lian.
liotce of Application for Fin.Al Is-
EX M\ITI(S 4FTi'R TIME *-1IKST fPUBLI-
ai o voul'hers to tlh ('ouintyv .iiig- L, oln
:1l1iniisti atrix "o the ltate ot F. 1. \W il;-e od
l Ui rtuiity Fhlirida, detjt-:t-,.
a : "' M i. A \\' ;. w M.
.\,hlii i e-i ttrix
1in I Ith. I!M liM-)... le
X.de Under Section 35, Chapter 41 li, an
Shbwing the amount of taxes charged to ti
Ta* Collector of Leon county. Florida,' to W
collected for the current year 1899, and thl
ap3,ojtionment of the same to the sevel
fu d for which ouch taxes have been leviui
intuing poll ta. with county school fund.
Toaamount chanred fortaxes 1899..$ S:.81lk
To ta'ollected to July 3,1900 ......... 17.315
Baftuice.............. ................. s,;-ia6
; ? APPORTIONMENT.
Gene-al revenue.......... $6i,9 46
Am't paid to July 3. 1900.. 5,573 8,- ,1 Ii)
Sinkuaig and Interest Fund 55b 28
Amit paid to July 3, IIO.. lN0 00- 58 9
Finmsl nd Forfeitures ..... 2. T91 41
Aui't paid to July 3, 1J0.. 2,:t1 42- 4691
Ioqda and Bridges........ 2, 13
AnOt paid to July 3, 1900.. 1.7 4--- 375a i
County School Tax........ SA'9) 69
Amit aid to July 3. 1900.. 7,061 319- 2.i38 m
Atq: COUNCIL. A. BRYAx,
Clerk the Circuit Court. Leon county, FI.
( Administration Notice.
ALI PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS
A. against the estate of John T. Bradiorl Ise
of [A-OI tounnty, State of Florida, de-v:.-ed, are
hereb3 -.(-alled' upon to plres-ent the .-lile duly
verified to the uinderignied. within t;vo years
aftel the first idiblication hereof, al; u in :lefault
tlher1 f this notice will tie pleaduel illi:1rof lav-
en ;; all per-nis indebted to thl- lehrc-ed
or his V 1ate are requiestk.-l to make lirtitit Icy-
Tahll ase. Au;.l1. 1l'K).
IDA It. Bl;A1 l" :
NOlce of Election.
To t/I ShLerifJ of Leon C (,oi//, |o
the SAte of Plori b: \
E t KNOWN, THAT I, JOHN L CKRA-
f.rd. secretary of State of the ,Sate of FlH-
ida, 4o hereby give notice that a
: GENERAL ELECTION
Will te held inm Leon county, State of FloridA
on Tu s7lay next succeeding the first -1Modayl1
Novem ber, A. D. 1900, the said Tue.-day beiX
7 SLXTH DAY OFNOVEMBEI,
For tlr (4R Presidontial Electors:
For tone Representative of the First (onglt
sional!)Df.trict of Florida, in the FiftyV-sevefl
Congrss.of the United States.
For :-o emor of the State of Florida.
For eetary of the State O- the ,tate of Flap
For Attorney-General of the State of F4orida.
For Cohptroller of the State of Florida.
For 'rjasurer of State of Florida.
For Suplerintendent of Public Instruction U
the State f Florida.
For Comisstoner of Agriculture of the
of Florida. _
* For Justice of the Supreme Court of the SM~
of Floodz e;
For oneailroa Commissioner for the State
For two Members of the House of ReIresentfl
Fives of the State of Florida.
For County Judge.
For Clerc of the Circuit Court.
For Tax Assessor.
For COunty Treasurer. .
I to off the waste material from the systeA, is an abnor-
which. and clogs the blood, and it becones sour and aid.
the circulation to all parts of the body, a upon reaching \\\
S pt and by ta uliatie we gu Eczema,
s, and many other doubles, more or less severe. \-
itatioe real disease is in the blood. Mfficeted lotions and V t
nd but never cure, no matter how long and faithfully *
n g vated and'skin pr.mamntly injured by their use.
enic, nscury, potash, etc., not only do-not cure n diseases, but soon ruin the diga
made f roots, herbs and barks, of great purifying and tonical properties, quickly "
mubles, cause it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores f
S, dlea Sand enriches the blood, and thus relieves the system of all poisonous teciQ
it leae none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause a fresh attack.
S i.Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful
pion so much desired by all S. an be relied upon with certainty to
h ti blood in perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half at
S t ; no other medicine can show such a record.
S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals-is purely vegetable and harmless.
-1 _Our medical department is in charge of physicians of large experience in trel
Sand skin diseases,who will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and directions
S w desire it. Write fully and freely about your case; your letters are held in sticft
fidence. We make no charge whatever for this service. Our book on Blood ll
Sappli THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA,
IEREAS, THE LEGISLATURE OF 18.M,
ruder the Conbtitution of 1885, of tihe btatc
rida, did pass four Joint Resolutions pro-
j Amendments to the Constitution of the
t Florida, and the same were agreed-to by
of three- fifths of all the members elected to
ousne; th the vote on said Joint Resolu-
rere entered upon their respective Journals,
ye es and nays thereon, and they did de
e and dire that the said Joint Resolutions
ied to the electors of the State at the
1 Election in November, 1900.
therefore, I, John'L, Crawford, Secre-
State o- the State of Florida, do hereby
ce that a
BROUGHT A F
rue stres Us
itfesmed to Mu
1NSA Froma HI
te In the fifties re W. King
the proprietor of hotel In Ox-
26 miles from Laf ette, Ind. In
a stranger arrived the hotel and
ve his name as Dr. we. He told
g that be had no m ey and asked
be trusted for his bod tUl he could
practice In the p promising to
him as promptly as ble. King
nted to the a gement, and
we soon became a orite with .the
ple on account of is companion.
le disposition and prior lantellU-
The doctor, ho ver, fell deep.
and deeper In debt. e had Jbeen at
hotel for nearly a r when King
minded him one ng that he
d not paid anything on his board
for three months. The conversa-
it afterward apple red was over-
by some one In hotel though
g was thought o t at the time.
A week after the co ersation Rowe
called out kte a night to see a
tient and failed to return. Days
without any wo from him, and
disappearance was connected
the conversation t had passed
een him and the landlord about
unpaid board. e night three
enths later a party disguised men
tered the hotel an overpowering
Ing. took him to a land adjoin-
He recognized the ices of several
It t ap.ened in a g Store.
"One day last winter a lady came to
y crug store and ask for a brand of
gh medicine that I did not have in
ock." says Mr. C. R. randin. the pop-
lar druggist o(if Onta o, N. Y. "She
as disappointed and t anted to know
bat couih pieparatio I could recomi-
end. I said to her tat I could freely
commer.d Chamberli n's Cough Rem-
y and that she ecu take a bottle of
e remedy and aftc giving it a-fair
ral if she did not d it worth the
ney to bring back he bottle and I
would refund the pr. paid. In the
urse of a day or t-o the lad, came
.k in company with friend in need
f a cough medicine advised her"to
a bottle of C berlin's Cough
mnedy. I consider t a very good
commendation for t remedy."' It is
or sale by Wight & B and all medi-
f his captors and specially of me
der., who told him at he was sus-
ted of murdering Rowe and de-
aded that he conf King stoutly
Intalned his in ce. and the
der of the mob ordered his com-
nions "to string m up." A rope
as placed around is neck. a dozen
en puJed down a stout limb. over
bich the other en of the rope was
brown, and when he limb was re-
It carried KI off his feet and
ft him banging the neck. He
as nearly unco when let down
d again ordered confess.
After much delays he was restored
Sfielently to-on tand what was
said to him, and be gain refused. de-
claring his innoee and saying he
did not know wha had 'become of
Rowe. A second e be was strung
up and a second e let down. but
life was nearly exinct, and lie was
much longer in bel restored than be-
The luckless land rd knew he could
not pass through other such ordeal
and live, so be co nted to confess.
He purposely le gened the confes-
sion In order to in time. and said
that he and two ujen. named Rogers
and Haggard, had ltisoned some whis-
ky and induced Ro e to drink it, and
after his death thby had buried bhim
in a hollow some stance away.. It
was nearly dayligl when the confes-
sion was made. ao the lynchers de-
termined to take Eng to jail in Lafa-
yette and then arrt Rogers and Hag-
Before the Jail ws reached day had
dawned, and King -,ognized his cap-
tors as members the Horse Thief
Detective companylof Benton, Warren
and Tippecanoe co ties, nearly all of
whom were know to him. Confident
of his guilt, the ma made no attempt
to conceal their identity. So great
was the excitement and so Intense the
feeling against Kg that he waived
examination and went to jail, hoping
that something w4uld turn up to es-
tablish his innoce e.
From the Jail at Lafayette King ad-
dressed letters to editors of papers in
Cincinnati, Cha St. Louis, Louis-
ville and other cles setting out the
circumstances of Is confinement and
asking them 'to p his letter in the
Papers in hopes it might fall un-
der Rowe's notice The appeal was a
Pathetic one and copied into many
papers throughout the northwest.
Two weeks a Its first appearance
Dr. Rowe rode to Oxford and. at-
tended by a number of citizens, pro-
ceeded to Lafayete, where his appear-
ance caused the Inmediate release of
the accused landlrd. In explanation
of his disappeared Rowe said he had
left his home in te east on account of
domestic troubles that he had learned
that his wife wat. on her way to Ox-
It struc-f w to a i thud. a
dodged behind the curtain to a
developments. The room was
dark. and I con!dn't see my wife
I heard her raise herself to a si
posture. Then she spoke. *Poor
Jim.' she quietly said. 'he's tum
out of the tMhindow in his ragged
nightshirt. VWh;it a spetaele be'
when they find Iiti in the niorn
Then she lay down again and
"What did yon do1?"
"Stood there like a fool for a ml
or two and then snueiked into be
Cleveland Plain IDealer.
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on signal for passengers.
on- At Tallahassee with trains on S A. :L At Carrabelle with Apalachicola
At Apalachicola with Chattahoochee River SteamerR.
11 Steamer Crescent City wdi leave Amlasehfooa daily at 6:30 a. i" Returning
elle daily. 11-00 a. m. F. W. ARMISTRONG. Gen. Pas. Agt., Tallahassee, Fla.
I CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
urdock's Catarrh Cure.
IT COES TO EVERY PART
SURE, SAFE AND. PLEASANT.
fode and be bad a etemined to leave
the place secretly- in order to prevent
her tron leering nrere he had gone.
He ad gone to a Ilttle town In south-
ern nnlils. and it wa therm that be
learned that the man who had. be-
triended him was suspected of his mur-
der and was in Jail In Lafayette.
As soon as King was released he
brought salt against 32 members of the
Horse Thief Detective company for
$5.000 each and also against the cnm-
Pany as a corporation. Thomas A.
Heudricks. afterward vice president.
was his counsel but the case was not
allowed to come to trial, the lynchers
compromising by paying King $25,000.
With this money he purchased a farm
and other property near Lafayette,
where fie lived till his death, at the age
of 78 years.-Indianapolis Correspond-
A Natural Inquqry.
"Papa." said Tommy Treadway.
"Now, Tqmmy." replied Mr. Tread-
way. "I shall answer only one more
question today. So be careful what
"Well. go on."
"Why don't they bury the Dead
sea M -Household Words.
Don't be deceived or humbugged by
people who claim the discovery of some
hitherto unkqowU herb or root in
swamps, or on some mountain or prairie
for the cure of kidney and bladder
troubles. Any doctor or druggist will
tell you that such claims are fraudulent.
Foley's Kidney Cure simply contains
remedies that are recognized by the
most skilful physicians as best'for these
complaints, so don't be credulous or
foolish. Wight & Bro.
A DISMAL FAILURE.
The Last Joke He Tried to Play on
His Dear Wife.
"I don't think I'll try any more prac-
tical jokes on my wife. They don't pan
"Yqu see. she has a habit of hoisting
-the Window in our room every night.
As I* usually go to bed last, she de-
pends on me to hoist it. Sometimes
I forget It, and then there's a wild
squabble. Frequently she wakes me
up in the night and asks me to see if
it is open.nIf I don't she nags at me
until morning. A night or two ago I
resiEed to give her a hard scare. I
rolled, up a lot of old newspapers into
a lohg bundle and laid the package
dowo by the window. Of course she
was asleep and didn't hear me. Then
I opened the window a little ways
and cerept Into bed. Some time after
midnight she nudged me and said:
'Jim, I'm sure you didn't open that
window. It's like if bake oven in the
room. Get up and se..' So I got up,
went to the window and threw the
sash as high as it would go. As I did
so Ilgave a little shriek and then flung
my bundle down to the walk below.
I : "q
ONE MEAL A DAY.
Pronouneed a Secret of Ha
Health and Happinesa.
It Is by no means Impossible
the newest world lecturer will al
to the delays of the single meal
form. The one meal a day plan
successfully practiced by some 80,.
000 men of the healthiest, wealth
and most Intelligent nations of
tiquity for nearly 1.000 years.
No unprejudiced observer can 4
that for the vast plurality of our
low men there is no other practlc
way to live up to the principle of
sanitary maxim. "Never to eat
we have leisure to digest."
Nine'out of ten laborers have to
ry from the breakfast table to t
daily work and cannot count u
more than a few minutes qf after
meal rest. The same in rolling m
shipyards, railway yards, works
Less than a year's time would su
to give the one meal habit the tore
a second nature, and those who wc
like to form an Idea of its unive
observance during the classic pe
of antiquity should read Peter Bay
dissertation on "Domestic Life
Athens and Rome" or De Quinc
humorous essay, published in the
ond volume of miscellanies under
title. "Dinner, Real and Reputed."
There would be time. for play.
reading, for the enjoyment of art
* aunstrokes would be known o
When wear begins to exceed repa
your body you are going to fall s
The signs of it are: loss of flesh,
ness. weakness, nervousness, etc.
repair needed is food. You think
eat enough, and yet youz feel that
wear out more tissue, energy, nei
force, than your food makes for
The difficulty is that you do not di
enough. And this is so serious i
worth sitting down seriously to tt
about. If you can't digest what you
take a few doses of Shaker Dige
Cordial. The effect of it will be to
crease your flesh and make you
stronger. You won't fall sick. P
that it is in control of your repair a
ratus. It's easy enough to test this
yourself. Take a few bottles of ShE
Sold by druggists at 10 cents to $
n ,d I- I *
lwalt from the traditions of
very barbarism. The granger's
but would get afternoon sports to
tting think' life on a farm decidedly
Sold giving. No after dinner I
ibled would tempt truants,
dest drudgery wo6ld be lessened
1 be -Felix M. Oswald, M. D., In H
went Dr. W.H. Lewis Lawreuceville a..
writes: "I am using Kodol 0 y s a.
minute of indigestion and find it an adm le
d."- remedy." Many hundreds of ph s
depend upon the use of K.dol D s
Cure in stomach troubles. I t
what you eat, and allows you to aI i
the good food you need. providing do -- k l
m- stant relief and a permanent cure. All T l B
S Dealers. p I
that UU a' S--w
lrde HAM SMELLING A BUSIN 88..
was PreeIsu oee.a"oe o. ,W ,e r -
000,- Few Are mua&Ule4d ,---s i gPod
lest The ham smeller's only tools a
an- long steel trier and his new. He da eA 1 'ru 'O"A T
a a barrel to keep his clothes be- OCEA STEAMSHIP- COMPANY
deny hug soiled by the dripping and (SAVANNAH UNE.
fel- the hams are brought to him, he S N"N
able plunges his sharp pointed t lteo
the them, withdraws it and passes it ft-
till ly beneath his nose. The trier .//
goes down to" the knuckle joint.
hur- In testing meat in that the
heir man with the trier judges by the ht- --
IPOn est shade of difference btw the
oon smell of one piece of meat and
ills, er. The smell of the meat is
hops universally sweet, and that is t he .........
smells. The slightest taint or pSi-
fice tion from the sweet smell is fore
e of appreciable. It is not the of
would taint that he expects to find, the -- --
rsal slightest odor that is not s sweet.
riod When he detects an odor, he rows ... A
yles the meat aside, and if it is l t n- iBY LAND ANU EA
In wholesome it is staold as "r e FasttFreight and Luxurious Passenter Route to New York, Bostol and the East
eY's meat. but if it Is tainted it the
see- rendering tank. The ham test elie lsS hor ail Rid e Wavann-K.
the meat from 7 o'clock in the mo gnun- Siort Ra1 R1 de t0 Savannah.
til 5 o'clock at night. and sense Thence via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
for must never become jaded or I or week to Newv York, making clome connection with New York-Boston-shims,
and his usefulness would be at an d. or Sound liners.
Ham testing is not a pursuit All ticket age-it, and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for genera
uly ous to the health, as tea t sp. information, .sail ng schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on
posed to be. but the ham am With K. F. HINTO. ,'Traffic Manager. WALTER HAWKINS, Gen. Agt. Traffic Dept
Lir in a cold in his head is like ap player savannah. Ga. 2-21. W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, i6
sick. who loses his arm in a ra
The -Kansas City Star.
you Hewitt-What are you wa1. Forida Central &
rve- kers for? --j
you. Jewett-Well. I don't mind telltai c ngn n sular -
gest you that I am wearing a ., my .
t is wife gave me.-Harper's w 2m Tae eteem Newembar 11th, 1S99.
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Sin- on a voyage of discovery, gu each ..- .,-u-- .. -
feel by a private chart of which tioe t no .t ".cirij 8am 9...B.:::::::: :sa::::::s... "2%= T a
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:!':: : : ::" : 4I- i-Or.r srvi Jacovil-s to -t. Loa-,Tts, lae air.
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VWhen you ha no appetite, do not
relish your food feel dull after eat*
ing you may ko that you need a dose
of Chambelain's mach and Liver
Tablet. Price, cents. Samples free
-'t Wight & Bro.'s store.
Mr. Preston B. Bird, a prominent
plnter of Jeff county, v-iuted the
Capital during the at w _ek.
Captain F. P. D on, chief eugipeer
of the Carrabelle, TlIlahaesee and Geor-
li- Railroad, re d from Ohio on Fri
dtay, accompanied 1,y his family. Mrs. I.
A. Perry and Mrs. 4. W. Eushnell.
,Rev. Louis Robeits, a member of the
Beard of Courty (nmissioners. is at-
tUrding tbe Florids Baptist Association
at Aucilla this wee .
Mrs. J. B. Wilsof, wife of Captain E.
A. -Wilson, of the Surveyor-General's
office, left the city jTuesday for a visit
swm ng friends i.t Cleveland, Ohio.
Hon. John P. Roierts, who has been
spendirg the past npontli atTate Springs,
Tenn., returned honee Monday.
It is exasperating! to onp wh8 knows
Foley's Heney and Tar, and knows what;
it will do. to have t'eaier r4'cnmmrtrnd*ri
sFmething else as -'just the same" or
"just as gcod" for jolds. coughs, croup,
]a grippe, etc. Wi*it & Bro.
Miss Addce Gercrii has r turned frcni
a bufiress tripI to N'w York, where sihe
I caught her fall ct s of millinury.
Gen. R. L. ScarlIt and Miss Marie
left blonday for t :ir home at Laurel
Hill. The Generalill return to Talla-
h.' e the latter pa.tof the week.-
Messrs. W. L. -ampkin. Alex Hart
and G. C. Henry. Jacksonllvisited
the Capital during 4-st week.
O-* eEZL A..
Miss Fannie Perkh returned Tuesday
from Gainesville, (., where she spent
-the past summer.
Mrs. Geo. H. G ynn went to Jack-
sonville Tuesday t6 attend the Floyd-
Ferris wedding Wednesday evening.
Miss Carrie and :Jennie Brevard re-
thrne4 Saturday fr4a Charlotte. N. C.,
where they have be.n spending the sum-
mer months visiting relatives.
Vacation is end'd, and the young
folks commenced this week to trudge
their usual way to s~hooL
That Tbrobhbag Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of suferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches.
The2wv make pure blobd and strong nerves
audluild up your bialth. Easy to take.
T lry thm. Only 25.centa. Money back
if ot cured. Sold by all druggists.
Every day numbers of wagons are
bringing. loads of -weU cured hay to
town. The hay cro is a very valuable
one to leon county and is particularly
1We this year. The farmers readily sell
it at 50 cents per 100 pounds in bulk,
while t is worth 416 to $18 per ton
Judge R. A. Wbitfield issued only
eight marriage licenses during the month
* of Septi mber-thre, to whites and five
to colored persons.
S"I have always ufied Foley's Honey
and Tar cough medicine and think it
the best in the world," says Chas. Ben-
der, a newsdealer of Erie, Pa. Take no-
substitute. Wight &Bro.
Mrs. J. W. Corbvtt returned home
Sunday from Greebville, S. C. She
spent two months vei-y pleasantly at the
latter place as the gtiest of Mrs. D. Mc-
Lachlin, formerly of this city.
To the peaf.
A rich lady, cured of her deafness and
Snoites in the head by Dr. Nicholson's
Atificial Ear Drums. gave $10,0O0 to his
Institute, so that deatf people unable to
procure the Ear Drums may have them
tree. AddreEs No. "296 The Nicholson
Institute, 780 Eiglith Avenue, New
is, by no means,
disease it is thou
in the beginning.
It can always
in the beginning.
is: you don't kno
it; you don't be
won't believe it-
forced to. Thef
Don't be afraid
to it quick- yod.
ie A 1 L --i
P OTASH gives color,
flavor and firmness to
all, fruits. No good fruit
can be raised without
Fertilizers containing at least
8 to io% of Potash will give
b~est results on all fruits. Write
for our pamphlets, which ought
to be in every farmer's library.
They are sent free.
RMAN KALI WORKS,
3 Nanma St., New Yok.
Dr. iiam Harper Davidson, of
$iuincy, was in this city last week.
Dr. J. H. Hunt. of Crawfordvil'p, w"s
" the city on Monday renewing old ac-
jtapt. W. I. Vaz,,n was in town on
S turday to att-nd the Democratic
Mr. Hrntpr Fisher. of the Micuc ukie
section, was in the city Saturday ing
his old friends.
I To Sto a Cold.
After exposure or when you feel a
cold coniring i,. -":,' a dcis ef Foley's
lloeyv and TThr. It ncIlve faiLs to stop a
cold if ta it ii in timw. Wight & IBro.
'Mr. John (G. Ward, of Persacola, is in
the city v-ttin- iniori:iationm orthe land
dt partmenit ofl.the PT. & A. R. R. Co.
.The W ( st Florida Seminary and Leon
County IIiih School both conItepIveed
the session of 1)O 1101 this week with a
large number o; pun,!.
The editor ot ~ie F vilae, Ky., Mis-
cellaneous, writes as a post-cript to a
a lusiries letter: 'I was cured of kid-
neytrouble by tak'eAn 'oley's Kidney
Cure." lakte nothiug elsE. Wight &
Nlr. W. H. Allen who ;ives on the
Ocklockone- river aboul, fourteen miles
tfeuow the city, brought into our otfice
Saturday last a fine sample of his sugar
ca.e crop. The stalk measured eight
feet in length and wat of good size.
SMr. Goodbody, of Centreville, w:s
aqzong the welcome callers at the TAL-
L,'HASEEAN sanctum Saturday.
Judge J. "T. Bernard went *down to
Jacksonville last Saturday on business
connected with his firm.
The various speakers at the Democratic
rally received an attentive hearing by a
gobd audience last week.
For Infants anad Children.
I7k uM YHav a ap k ihmt
Capt. B. M. Burroughs, of Jackson-
ville, superintendent of bridges on the
western division of the Seaboard Air
Lilre, was at the Capital on Friday.
Miss Clara Lewis has gone to Wash-
ington City, where she will attend col-
Mrs. J. W. CA ombs and Master Chaun-
cey Coombs, of Apblawhicola, were here
last week, on their way home from Col-
Mr. S. R. Bradford and family have
returned from a summer's sojourn at
St. Tereta. -
Thhe manufacturers of Banner Salve
have authorized the undersigned to
guarantee it for burns, cuts, sores, ul-
cers, tetter, eczema and all skin dis-
ea.te. Ycu have your money back if it
d( isn'tt do all it claims. Wight & Br6.
Major E.. W. Peabody, correspondent
of the Times-Union and Citizen, paid
*he TALLAHASSEEAN sanctum a pleasant
vis t Saturday.. He was in the city at-
tending the Sparkman and JtpDiDog
The Board of Trustees of the West
Flkrida Seminary deserves to be con
gr aulated. Beyond all question. thi
splendid school hps now one of th<
strongest faculties in the State.-FHoridi
the dreadful Borg s -mea.
Ifigh living, intemperance, exposure
Lght to be-- .and many other things bring on Bright'
disease. Foley's Kidney. Cure will pre
vent Bright's disease and all other kid
be stopped-_- ney or bladder disorders if taken ii
.C I Upe time. Take nothing else. Wight &
The troulai Brq
)w you've got ir. Richard P. Hopkins, has beet
i it- transferred from Portsmouth to thi
lieve it; yol' city by the Seaboard Air Line, and wa
- till you ar., regularly installed Monday morning a
.m u a ag nt of the above line here; Mr. Hop
I it is dant kin isan afiable, accommodating young
S ma, and opr people will perhaps hav
less trouble in transacting railroad busi
b att.e ne* than they have had in days gon
d; but .atter by.i
can do it your.. A row Eae
A Narrow Eacape.
throp and family re-
om st. Tere. where
tand wife and little
Dg the home arrivals
...... Mill sPans all
M&T- For Constable District No 9. Lumb h il e o eciticatim
To the Democratic VoI r of Noa 9: L l
1 hereby announce myself for re-election 1s Stoves, rnifi
Constable for the Seventh Justices' Dist ict of Furnishd
Leon county. If elected I ponmise r-e same Grates,
faitifful servc- that 1 have fiven theoflie for the
p st thirty years. Very truly you s. Mantels, -W r All kinds of
y BENTLEY. buildings
Glass, Manufacturers planned and
SPutty of all kinds ot co11ti acted
aints, rough and. according to
ber. mould- proved
t ings, stair 0 methods.
p U orch columns, brackets, mantels. g*lls, fancy gable orns
ments, 4nd turned and scroll work of ery description. Bric
EA T*TAT-Lime atd Cement for sale.
M DWDSI MRABLE RSi DAN IN THIS -orders will receive pr mpt attention.
sur:_ouinfingsne frun t andeample
He to W. W. McGrit e 2ngO
s R SALK Satout four
SJ. W. Qollins is headquarters for Froo at W Wn-r be" nd in
evei.thing in the ulie of Fancy and s roon. If ymwant a We Gua antee Our Work to be First- ass in EveryPatic
Staple Groceri. He knows the nee on C. Tre at Prices Reasona
of the m s of people caters oelt to a whole block, L000 to Pces Reason .
t tnem for the purpose of building up s8,000, upon which are paying veu mia
and holdings trade. He also carries now operao12 peren. .net. pplyto W.
n several otheL lines in which he mn- R ALB CHEAP-oNB- TH IN- Office, op and Lumber Yard, on S&a Board Air Line, 0
s tain tho sale reputation. You can rt in tn he Long Grove II
s save money by calling on him. Sept.14,18. MUrO. Pilot SOuth of COunty ail.
W SALK-My residence or eMyr A
- [16-] 1 SAL-CAT. Phone 7- P. 0. BOX
SOrders may beeft with John F.
FOR BENT. N e w Store! NeUw Goods!
D o REKNT--One dwelling hoas rent. Ap
['ply to A. C 8ple-. .si
U farnas ved. Ao t o P_ V_ V1 *g*T-w-M**-m*nr*a -y- 0*-i*4 "mn
tinuailoed t week
-*bey have been a'
to M I "
A .A W eUeU as9.. "LOPES TOO BL IN '1H..9 9vM wordvperawion"- es terror ;o a w
One: day a wonderful bird tapped at soul.
the window of Mrs Ifanaen'a-wife ofI* -- ogehra Osmat Nearly always these operations become n
the famou. arctic explorep-boma .at When the BBme12 s fr.' eglect.
Chroana Instanty the adow et faMoit -honshman he ed wf I the menses are very painful, or oo frequent and exe
was opened and In another meomeit pea f air i t wa b the right advice at once and
she covered the Ittle mh apngr ,t comes to dinga' no o e ttop taking chances. It will cost
The carrier pigeon been away ma te owner of a a ae ranch younothing-for advice if you write W
from the cottage 30 lon monthalbut it h Wyoming to the the other Mr. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.,
had not forgotten the way home. It cq. "or instance, a young g- or it, and if you let the trouble W
brought a note from Nanaey stating -hman recently came to my part along it will surely cost you a Ti
that al was going well with him andof the country in quest some good t deal of pain and may mean
bib expedition In the polar region, investment He was at y ranch as a operation.
Nansen had fastened a message to guest for a few days. D one after- Mss SARA J. GRAHAM, Sheridantille, Pa., writes: ,,
the bird and turned It loose. noon as the cowboys about to MRS. PINKHAM-I had suffered for sey
The ftail courier darted out into the round up a bunch of ponies the eral years w h female troubles ant
blizzardy air. It flew like an arrow young man said that he ould enjoy a doctored untflwas le discouraged. I felt
oyer a thousand miles of frozen waste, good ride n the saddle. He said be oc wrethed andt red of living. I had d
and then sped forward over another was used to riding only troughbred wretched nd hired of lvmg. I had ditroubl
thousand miles of ocean. and plains and he didn't think we had a horse ease ot kidneys, bladder trouble,
and forests, and one morning entered good enough for him. boys con-. dropsyland bloating, had womb
the window of the waiting mistress vinced him thlt they one of the trou;l i and a large tumor had
and delivered the message which she finest horses on the pla and ff he form ; in fact all my organs
bad been awaiting so anxiously, knew how to ride he wa welcome to were t of fix.
We boast of human pluck, sagacity the animaL He was parently In- "Se ingawoman'sletterpraiw
and endurance. but this loving little suited when questioned his abil- I ing y remedies, I wrote to
carrier pigeon. In its homeward flight. ity to ride and answered t ae could her an.she begged of me to tr
after an absence of 30 months. aecom- ride any kind of a ho A sleepy i her an se gge of me to try
pushed a frat so wonderful that we looking broncho was accordingly for itt g me all that it had done
can only give ourselves up to the brought'out from the co and sad- for he I' bought six bottles of
amazement and admiration which must died. Though the best peared half l Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable
overwhelm every one when the mar- dead, he was the worst eker In the Comrn d and now cannot ex-
velous story is told.-Atlanta Constitu- herd. j press my gratitude to you. The
tion. E's lifeless,' said re foreigner tumor pegan to come away in
B.when the pony was bro ht to him. pieces 'nd I got better all the
Brushlae a D bry Hat. The boys said the nag, w d wake up time. believe now that I am
Some men will buy two or threp after the first mile, and m ord got intoti el or
black derby hbat a season, and thesee thesaddlbuckump entirel3cured.
will always look rusty and old. Other he saddle. The first bu mp laced Mydoctors could not believe
men will buy no more than o a himsecond he as in the atm sphafter e it at first, as they all had told me
year.andtat willb not lore than dn second e was In the atm -sphere. He
year. and that will never lose its deep turned a double somersa t and land- that m case was a hopeless ,ne,
and brilliant gloss.andno uman power could dme
"Ill tel! you why it is." said. one ofed oq the sharp end of a tus plant. and no human power could do me
the best dressers in town the other When he picked himself u one of the any go. They were astounded.
teday. "Ibet dres bse ne matown the ot boys asked what he th ght bf the If I ca say anything tha:t can
day. "It is because one man brushe.s thoroughbred now. The q 1tion made help o rwoen,
his hat with a stiff bristled whfsk. and th Engshman turn pale. er women I sh
the other rubs his softly with a piecEs a good oss. h answered. g lad to
of woolen cloth. The felt of a hat is b he lopes too bloon 'igh It is ot safe to wait unilthe
such a delicate stuff that a stiff whisk hWashngton Star. last Mo nent. Head oit tible
applied to it has pretty much the effect tt Sat ...ed.ithouble
that a currvc.b or a rake would have -- by prompt attention to it. Don't 1 e satisfied without Mrs,
.. ..th t a uor ra ea eiinkham 's advice.
on a suit of clothes. It wears the nap W nkham's advce.
off, exposing the bare gray foundation W AT--- -ELL
"A piece of woolen cloth. rIbbe. I
over a hat with a circular motion that K 9 1 T w
conformso the grain. doesn't r. At O.K.P ices' The man who mokes
the nap at all, but keeps it lustrous
and tirm and of good color. I buy one ___ .___
$2.50 hat a year and rub it eacheroots
morning with a bit of flannel. I guar- l ld Va e OOts
antee that it outlasts three $5 hats that II -dw f--e,-til I h
are raked and scraped with whisks ev- Glassware, "as a sa tised, ot T
ery day."-Philadelphia Record. l S & satlsfie gla I VC ft It a
c-oockei y are, I "l. a i v *
viglan-ce. Tinware, expression on his face rom thie time 0
Stubb-Is that new prison guard vig,- W odenware, one. He ows he
lant?e laihpS one. He ows he will
Penn-I should say so. Why. some Lamps, ppoi
one told him the gas was escaping, and Sewn n Machines, N :0t D diSappo ted. No matter m.
he grabbed his gun.-Chicago News. G where bu one M ie or Texas
As ueeeaaamDssae. Fist ', N o
There is no disease more uncertain In its Armunition orida Of rnia-1 C OWS they
nature than dyspepeia. Physicians say that W l t
the symptomu of no two eaes agree. It is Sport g Goods. will ust the same aS those he Octs
therefore most diffieult to make a r Fai.n' Implement. i e j t t same as those he gets U
diagno. No matter how severe, or under in g Implements, -, W 1. Sm L
wht ild re t.N-nyow Brem n Beltarng ndrt home-dean-well made-burn .
whatdiagumedyuiepep tto-ksyou Browns' Bewn0
Iron Biderw l cure it." Intalable in an llm. 0 d2. V .i A
disease of the stomach, blood and nervem. Mil Suppnes, O vn--taSt good--Sa S fl
Brown.' Irn Bittens is aod by al dea1ers. ron, *even tate gOo d sats ying J s
ANNOUN EMENTS, T. Iron Pip, ee A.r ylioa Old Viifnots mcsm this.s
Fore catyCmmis r: r' Sugar Pans, "s 0 w lr. f r
i herebyannouncemyself aandldateforre. neM O**O3@I*I*i l********
election as County Commissioner for the 1st Lime, "
Commislsioner' a District of Leon county, and re- *
spfully ask the support of all ieoorat8s.t We
theprimar to be hell on the thmof November Cement W. ._ JL Oj WM CHILI
next" If electedI will ye o the office my best P AO&'
service. Very fully, B Ca SMIrHa Paser,
For Comaty Commissioner District No. 4. THaA YO & C-
I hereby announce myself for .:e-election as BuckI
County Commissioner fo" the 4th Distite of uk,
held on tae 6th day of Novembr, A. D. 1900. A
Mv lpest se. vices ae known to the votes of the Sash, A r htc s a d UIl r s
county, and if elected at sa.d primary and ap- I
pointed by the Gove nor. I promise the same im. Blinds,
pa tal work along the liUe of economy, that has
cha:eacterized my efforts in t.e past. Shingles
Very re pech ally,l e.,"
L. A. ROBERTS. \ Latlhes m au