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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: October 11, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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Preceded by: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

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SMi S OP N Sr a fidcuntypoor ...... 250 edge of the German, Frencud l iWS Commentson Hon. Fred.T. r1ly-. t se who favor any one of the other CITY W IS THE SUIT
F ARl iER'S OP O y? it, Wy pcr...:... 4 0 Snanish lanua,,es. Prof.. .08'Speechii.. Behalf of Tallahassee. p -at least they are su.iently UT
-- Elizabeth McFai, county poor..... 24 Long, gives them a course in geoq A large add intelligent audience of n merous to prevent either of the
.,n niho 0,81 ^Of tP O^te^ tMelinda Cason, county poor ....... 1 omic. Latin, etc, and Prfl :ies and gentlemen from Braiden- other places from get' g a majority
Se e l he ie Wn unty *...... I )'Aarcy Parkam English, Etlhic, wn, Manatee and Pa-aetto earned o a the votes cast. Se Court AfmS DciSIO
Wil a We, 1,cunty poor ..... of.;5
Capital. Hays, city poor..... 50 and sycholoy. Vhle a the t Friday night to hear the he strongest argument against
SHolm- county poor......... 1 50 ead of the Sciertific Department Mon. Fred. T. Myers advocate the t removal of the Capital at this I u i,
---CA-- Bryan, county auditor.........50 00 ;s one of the most enlightened-scien- 0use of Tallahassee for retention as ti e is the e:.K nse. The cost of a
AYS IT ILLCOST $3,00, ~Go W Hale, janitor court house..20 00 tists of the United States, Professor the Capital of the State. modern Capitol building and a Gov- ELECTRIC LIGHT QUEST
TlITa$0a ee Luner ao., (rent of Bier.yh peaker beings snento
armory)............... .....o 00 H. Elmer Bierley, a member of many -The speaker being a native of Tal- eor's residence would be more
L. that it will be a Burdn on R A Whitfield, coroner's fes...... 6 20 great scientific organizations of Har- 14hassee, has always taken a deep iv. th a million dollars. The cost,
Slatm our randchil dren. D Perkins, juror and wioess costs .:3rd, Princeton and the University of rest in the question of Capital bably, would be two millions be- Finaly Settled, and Work on Plant
SG wtelse Jule .... s ........7 30 ~*;hicago. He is author of severelI-~oval whenever raised, and was con- fo the buildings were completed be mmedtely.

The following letter witte to a R A Whitfield, fes lunacy case... 2 00 scientific treatises, which have been sequently posted or .11 efforts hereto- a f-shed, because it would be Just as we o to re
gentleman in this city presents the EE Philbrick, fies lunacy case.... 2 00 recognized as displaying profound fore made on tjis line, and devoted a that that as the Capitol would be that the Supreme Coirt has ha "e
ital removal from a new tand- WTDamon, fes lunacy case comn- thought. his opening remarks to giving a his- e mected to last a century or more, it down its desn i- t .te
point, but we must confess thatthere C H ,ins' fees una'c c 1 00 History is taught by Miss. Li '~ry'of these, bringing his audience up w uld be folly to put up a small andlight case, affirming the etric
is a great deal of truth in the argu- mitee......................... 00 Miller, of South Carolina, and Mathe- to. e -present one, the origin of c ap building that would not be the lower court.
ments he advances: L C Yaeger, merchandise for matics by Professer A. A. MIurphree, whidn he credits to Jacksonville, or m ch more tifathan the will r
Suston Fla. Oct. 7 00. county ........ ...................63 55 the:President, and head of the fac- rather to cerLaiq ambitious citizens of pl sent structure. th I 1
ear Sir-l n repl to yours f th e John A Craig, worko n publicroads.e 00 ulty, and who has been so successful, that city; aod not to a demand of the t is a question whether the people in an electric light plant tha t
25th, just received, and eve line P L Boatright,i work on public in the past, in arousing the ambitions people of the State, as these inter- of Florida are readLy t more than Capital City Liht a F 1 Co-
careffily noted. I am proud t state road ....................45 00 of the students under his charge. ested ones have undertaken to de- d ble their present debt at this time. inuy filed a bil efore the (Co1. im
hat feel sure that the Capital safe wiSaunders, wrkon pubcro 22 50 The whole State, and especially the clare. T ey are only just recovering from Cut and asked that t t
where it is, so far as this coty is roads.............. pu 7 counties west of the Suwanne, are He was especially clear in sag th effects of the reat ree. T y n injunction rohitineat. t

matter in all its features, an have T McCall, work dn public roads.... 1 50 lege of so high a standing, in their of the question at the last session of tt(ial taxation. Ten years from cuit Court lismisse 1 htiln
tiu l.H T Felkel, coniiisionts, Tatx o- m idst, at which the youth of both the LegisiaLture, together with its de- when the orange groves have n t's bill ad refused th* i in
the Capital is to entail a bonde debt W A Demillv, I: comn'sion, 'Tax sexes can receive so thorough an feat; and also his ei-:ot :itter its de- fu y recovered and ve,-y n'mch o which the g.as coimpan)v :!e
upon the poor people of Flo daof C' ..... ....................62 5 education. feat to authori:e the boii of Leon g eterI pe centage or the land has to the Suprem < oirt. 'et cr l:.
.:;,.1)j,000. rThat it's a money loan- J DuncaQ,(coflin, etc.. pau- c NegrotDangerouslyCut. county to meet the e.r:pense of ceiain e n 1acolght lbler clW vattipn, wih., aft1rnoo,7 1 t curt l irn it, ,4
ing scheme by a few monied arks j I Fountain, juice peace fees ..... 2 00 Cooper binson, a negro living entergements and lnp tveiets rcon- Iactbeo e ottable whlth ot thc State cion of tl.e lower c(,urt.
of Jacksonville, St. Aagustj e, or R A Whit field, County Judge fees..22 11 near Lake lamonia, was assault las ositerd necessary, and eath bow this prop- tl pele will leel t it ise ow,
other South Florida sharpers who J A Pearce, Sheriff fes........... 1 sunday and dangerouositon was talked to death b these e will eel n more ke A Base In action
are anxious to get a old up. A the J A Pearce, feed prisoners............166 0 l t by an- same interested parties so as to keep La ing themselves for | new Capitol. The Oc:da manner s:ys <:da i.
S. TLCo. Constale fees........... 6 70 other negr, by the name o Cason. e question opnt is altue tat tma t
State, in disguise, by saying t api- AJFish,erecti affold.........17 50 obinson was on his way home from plan tthe aui ln e s also madthe on- I use s tino a vern ivt I county the j vCte lfi :,ital
tal should be moved, and the are J G Collins. siationery............ 4 0 church, whe Ie i tl, etl a nd otio the audience soeof the con- iniolat very cvthe one, enty o the eson of au it
willing to furnish a small per c nt. of H & W BDrew, criminal dockets..11 G5 an di s which prevailed at our recent it aoLe- moval. Soul N u t t
the expense'in order to loan th State Jno D Perns,commissionsCounty n r n y e Convention. Jlow Du.al is ture, so far as corn itiee rooms trouble her first aple woul bh t,
the balance. I make it 0,000 GTreasurer..... ............. 62 01 neighbor, when Cason comig up, county, with its big delegation, made a" concerned, are mere, hut Flor- Jacksonville. The ]lainer may be
the balance. I make it $3,1) ',000 Geo W Baile, new lock and repair without any provocation, assaulted Capital removal the paramount issue id' s laws comlpare f,-vorablt with mistake4., as a few n1:l ," Fernam-
this way: Those who are want g to on lock........................... 75 him, and before obinsn kew his an traded for support and influence t s which hat Statebl with mistake, as a few n o t nan-
move the Capital, tix their figu es at J A Pearce, fees lunacy and Coron-upport and innence ti se c ue e s state Houses dina, who e a Ja
the her's inquest.................... ..... 9 60 intention, had cui him twice. One in securing planks in the platform ti t cost many millions of dollars, sonville, owing to tlkir je:,ohsv
*1,000,000, with interest, and y the Talahasee Drug Co., drugs prison- cut wa about two inches long in the of
time it could be paid, together with ers........ ..............2 90 throat, and narrowly n;s.ed the ju- orcig ty question ino the tate v ery moter convenientt. o ,rosherity, don't constiute all o
ersa...........t.............yncdhpaign by making it a party IMeS-j od men, rather than egant bil t e
the present indebteduess, it wijl cost J B Switzer, woek on public roads.10 50 ular vein, another, on tile shoulder t a party as- marenecessarytoer to m i ofhe voters of Nassas ounty. One
the State three times the pri cipal. C D Johnson, work on public roads.12 50 d a t ure. n are o m of Ferad cities said in Jack
Now we have fair example this L RSeabrook, workonpuliroads.00 nd a third, w from the shoulder ie next took up the question of laws snville recently: e are onto
EC(Smith. work on public roads...16 00 down the arm to elbow. Thexpense to the tax-payer i or e sake of rmnt dmit e r e t to
statement in our county, to-wit: Only G H Averett, work on public roads.48 75 wounded man was at first not ex- expense to the tax-payers in the or the sae garment, mit- vote for Tallahassee, just to keep
a few years ago, one of HaIilton 8 P Chaires, work on public roads.30 37 t l t event of removal, and showed how ti that the present building is Jacksonvile from wiing-not that
county's money sharks pro d to J Chaires, work on public roads.110 pectedo ive, ut we earn that might be made a great burden to not onsive to an stheti and cultiva- ar particularly opposed to re-
the commissioners of that ou ty to E Joon wk pubi rod uerere now is some hope of his recovindishestrct not only a moval, but we don't want Jacksn-
loa tommoneyswithawhich 0F E Cray, work on public roads .... 12 00 ery. Cason was arrested and is try- present but f ge utiful, but an insp ng work of :'Ie to get anything."
loan them money with which to build c A Bryan, freight on docket,etc.. 1 85 i, to procure a bond. t.d dwelt on the great foUy of p g wo v le to get anything."
a new court house and jail, at 0 per C C Moore, worli on public roads...13 50 img. the present building when the vision fronted wth In the above paragraph, from the
cent. interest, and ten years topyi Weekly Tallahaeean, roads (sum- Georgia Pine Railroad Ready to Be~ ioe of the most substtia_ dy spectre of a 2,000,000.00 Jacksonville Metropolis, is contain
re.--The.entmiB:e: bit- _e lthe fiY *.....,. 550 .. ,- .- ;.*i~-.a._e whichh would b -. eb nese?--Key Yest Inter- charges against this community
bait, and 'bonded the county for J T Carmine, work on public roads. 7 50 Dr. W. L. Moor leaves tomorrow co 6..N. ,. which are unworthy of a first-class
$17,000, which placed the county on L C Crump, work on public roades..1 00 for Bainbridge, where he will meet ment it was abandoned. Jacksonvilfe'i'Pr -Illt1'u& -y.a".sl,to.4 t- ~ i~,a, the,
a scrip basis. The scrip is worth only C a work on public ards... 00 the promoters of the Georgia Pine He also touched on Jacksonville's he city council o Jackso. lie insinuations were supported by facts.
50 cent in the dollar. Now, at the ex- It ollwa ordered that the following. Railroad. lie asks that all those who offer to put up $100,000 toward the m t last week and "re luted" Jack- "Should Nassau get ipto trouble her
piration of ten years, that property named electors; be and are hereby subscribed to this enterprise be ready expense of building a new capitol ville "squarely in tie race" as a first appeal would be t ~ Jacksonville."
will have cost the people cf that appointed as inspectors and clerks of to pay their subscriptions on his re- and showed that there was nothing didate for the tate Capital. The Metropolis probably refers to the
county 834,000, and how much the election to'be held on Tuesday turn, when he will call for them. binding in the proposition and con-. T ey also propose to 'sue x100,000 time that some of o0 citizens were
longer that interest will run isyet to the 6th day of November, A. D. Work on the road will be begun as sequently that it would not be ad. o bonds towards the erection of a dragged before the ignited States
be seen. It may cost $51,000. 1900, and for the several districts soon as the money is paid over, and hered to after the people had voted n Capitol building and preset Courton trumped-uP political charges
School teachers get 50 cents i the named. will be pushed to an early comple- to locate the capital in that city. t m to the State for t at purpose. in 1888, and several litwyers of that
dollar for their labor. This is the (The list of inspectors and clerks tion. Mr. Myers made no attempt at here are only a fe things that ity volunteered their services for
condition the State could be put in appears in another column.E- n .. oratory but devoted himself to a a wrong in its "resol ting" maneu- their defense, for which our people
by inconsistent voting. Now to the H on. Fred. T. Myers. plain statement of facts viewed from v s: have on many occa.4ons expressed
voters of Florida, when you consider TOR.) So fair a man and consistent a a business standpoint, and we are 'irst-Jacksonville as no lawul their appreciation. Now what more
this matter in its just merits you will The application of Abbey Sneed to Democrat as Fred. Myers can not sure made a good impression in be- a hority to issue bond for a, y such is necessary for us to not vote or removal. It would put liquors, wne and beer in Pre- hurt the cause of truth, even if he half of the cause which he advocated. p pose, hence, her o r to do so is to be continually reminded that we
a burden upon your grandchildren, inct o. 13 having been duly filed tried. Let him and his be welcomed -Manatee River Journal News. in defiance of law and ia proposition owe a debt of gratitude to Jackson-
and probably, your great grandchil- with the Board of County Commis- with flowers and the smiles of ladies to o an unlawful act. ville. "A few men w to have always
dren. In thesecond place,ifit could sioners, at their regular meeting in and the cheers of men wherever The People's Pay Nominations. to cond-If it we lawful for fought Jacksonville wig to their
or should be moved to JacSeptember, and the Board having they lit their voices in Florida.- The People's Party of Florida hes Ja ksonville to issue )0,000 worth jealousy of o ur prosvrity" is a state-
or should be moved to Jacksveville 't"s*'"
it would only benefit a few monied venpublic notice in the Weekly Times-Union and Citigen. certified the following nominations to of nds for the pu of bui'd:ng ment which is untr e, and a libel
individuals, and it would always be SSewsper A Dife ce in Statement. e a a pistol in that ci then she upon the good. name of the citizens
subject to some contagious dease, county, Fla., in obedience to the re- The Jacksonville Capital Removal N. Bell, M. G Carleton W. J. Folks tid hts made a smenougar te Auof .$0,- in te ferantile brain oniy originated,
such as yellow fever, or something qrements of Section 2, Chapter Association last week sent out circu- and W A Weeks t hasmadeasimlarffeof250, hefe
The TALLAHASSEN may pbish 4147, Laws of Florida, which appli- lar letters all over the State which For Governor-A. M Morton of th re. So if the C api is to be re-oved with which to entertain its merias.
this, if desirable, as this is the c9nmd-e TALLAHASSEEAN may cation being accompanied by the contained the following statement: Hernando county. n th re, o if e 1 0 i tbe re th whi to etert its lTS
tins, of desirable, as this is theacnsid- n cessary affidavits as to the charac- "There is in Jacksonville today an m ed, it would be $ 0,000 n the The quotation made f-ot a ,vyhii'
ration of a farmerwho had enter of the applicant, and the said ap- office building seven stories in height, The Paramount Issue in Florida. p kets of the tax-pay. 2 of thle Sta:ite citizen of I ermnamina o s:ii, -\V,. We
vantages of an education, and has p-cant having paid the cost of said including the basement, and 105 feet The people of Florida do not to ocate it ae St. Augt tn -e. are kep to v.ae k ;, l T.l:th.. ,-
f m ifbt when suchthinscoeapplication, and having, in all other square. This building is of a very seem to be thinking a great deal A i acr tie i t', o. l .i ,
ionlicf me, I always give it thought- respects, complied with the law gov- handsome exterior, fireproof, thor- about the question of imperialism, orA ociatOn acard th i,,;""., th l,
.uio me, I always give it w oulght- earning the issuing of such permits, it oughly equipped with electric lights, of free silver, or of trusts or of any es mates that 't wll tos 81. 8.h- brilliant eIittrial. ,is unk",ntown
ful consideration. It would put the is ordered that a permit to obtain a bells and speaking tubes, as well as one of the other questions, set for 9( .99 to lovc the Ca al to ach. citizen does not rei sent l't;i:i
tate iwn the same condition the war license for the sale of liquors, wines eevatrs aud every other appliance in the platforms of the political par- so vile and erect asuim a.,. building liia a:dVr 1,c, *PlC *. ':,li..mat
ween thmre Statends to gived, awaynd with and beer do issue to said Abbey for safety and convenience. The ties. They are linking and talking th re. Now, for that chlv ", se- that the 3 et'-opis .s 'ulj .ll ur th<
whino more lands to give away, with ed. structure contains 77,875 feet of floor about the question of removing the r1 sly i-lopose that if ic tax-pavers streets of Jacks.,,.villeh in ori.r 1, 't
wh, liquidate tue s expomous ae. It is hereby ordered by the Board space and itstotal cost was less than Capial from Tallalassee to Jackson. of ns Statle w!ll b'rd( themselves a text from somle i.,rponm'"!(, ir-
,u,.l. c that the Clerk notify Marshall B. 975,000." ville, Ocala, Gaiuesville or St. Au- w. htis enormous de f.r the sole son in ,rler t, bes..r'n ,,r :m


\Vith grateful hopes anzd best h The re Ahr llt.rr ,
Wi\th grateful hopes any est Coartney to appear before the Bloard The building referred to is the gustine. That is the ..aramo.,nt be tl t aite t
Wb tol, I aiif very trulylyours,beilnt1 le terltiiaP, nate. h J irror i. r eve-
I am veryuly on the first Monday in November, to Gardner briding. Just as the build- question in Florida. sh w contriimte the )altr sum of ral communications, i .'
GEo. W. MILS. 1, 1 010001shows'Collusiveiv t
W. Mswer certaiii charges brought ing was completed the owner of it, Thus decides tLe Savannah News, 1 0,(O sho usively that removal e.tio.i, whii we...ut-
against him as road overseer by R. Mr. Gardner, showed the Index edi- but that excellent paper has evidently 11, se who make the oposi.on are te, to sir ,p s-'tio; 'p.*ii,,. lm
Bcard of County Commissioners. a eted with enlargenm it oi te :ill- our objection to the (s.,it i ,n ..v:
S rd lar tne r W. Green and others. tor over a great portion of it and in formed its opinion from the source tf rieits worst ft and th o ctim (i
hereularmeeting of the oar It is ordered ythe Board that the answer to the question as to its cost; information nearest hand-Jackson- bh ldcr n its worst f< m, anl they we kowno sectinar fr-;-: it
of Costly Commissioners washeldon Clerk notify E. i Manning to ap- Mr. Gardner replied: "It cost a let ville-and mistaken the froth for the ta t for granted at tte .ix- Is a qulsti of si -
31 October 1 1900. The fol- arsare fools.-a City Ind. pedien, and t t th
oWi, entbers were present: L p-ar before thd Board on the first of money, a lot of money; it cost sod. r ool-La City ien and t r
lowig members were present: L. Monday in November, to answer cer- over $400,000." As a whole the people of the State Bismarck's Iron 'erve ren-ee monster. : .l:.,. I .,
-. ohnson, EL A C.o ts ndtain charges br ught against him as This is the statement of the man are apathetic on the subject. The %V the result of h e s adid heal r. the over.eaous ,"e
W. .L .ohnson L. A. Iloberts and Initable ill and tren ndousenerg aina Mirror
S. .n. uson, f. te Justice of the I eace by R. W. Green who had it built, who paid for it, and exceptions are, some of the residents a not found where S mach. Liver,
I. eI. Johnson. he minutes o i e and others. now owns it. of the towns desiring the Capitol, and Ki neys and Bowels ar out of order. Wishes of th Peop
-frmer meeting were read and ap- Such reckless and untruthful state- many of those citizens are non-tan:- If ou want these quality and thesu- e .
proved. The following accounts West Florida Seminary. mer.s from the Jacksonville Capital payers, whose enthusiasm is in ratio they bring, use Dr. hng's New L.r A few people (verv'w) i: Ala'e-
were examined, approved and or- With a faculty unsurpassed by any removers show the desperate straits with the money they are now getting b ney deveb. Oy evr cents at an-a t ouaty want the CA itwl remI verd
dered paid: in the State an4 a large number of to which they are reduced in their or the benefits they expect to receive dr store.
MAuv yDavis, county poor'...........5 (H bright and earnest students waiting efforts to delude the people, and it should their candidate meet with e Farmers Are in e Saddle. want it removed to OcJala. A few
l;, ioles. county poor........ 5 00 to be enrolled arid eager for the year's further shows the class of politicians success. 'or the first time in ears the cot- (very few) want it movdl to St.
. Bond. countyoor......... 00 work to begin certainly, the West weho would "rule the roost" in State The great majority are silent, to farmer,within reach of a Roun-Augusne; but many (ver many)
iond. cou nty poo ............ ........... t < I 3 00 IF l .. t lt t ,/ ,-,,mk-'.. -, .., C,,


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Anothercom has answered w y-econu-. o. /enam, e. /
Better Than Riches. Iis t e arthly cal d hasonwer Moticello, Jeferson No other pills can equal Witt's Lit- A FU LINE OF WAG MATERIAL, 0BTH STEEL and IRO0.
forth from us. God's finger touche wenty-trd ter, es- tle Early Risers for pro ptness, cer-
Hood's Sarsaparilta is a forth from us. :Gods finge to uched tanty and efficiency. AU ers A full Line of Steam Fittingu
Hood Srsapart a lusa him"' and our comrade, Lieut.-Col. F. burg, Lake. tainty and effciency.Allee
good name.A legion of those W. Merrin, Chief of Artilery, of the *Twenty4ourth-dW. Hunt Harris, consistmg of Piping, Pipe-fitting
".ame..Key West, Monroe and Lee.
who owe health to its blood .llorida Division, sleeps. At the ripe Twenty-fifth-William Miller, Injectors, Inspirators, Whistles~
purifying qualities laud it to e lo l oe rests, Point Washington, Washington and Steam Gauges, Check and Globe
thess. gs the riches of h h country, his family and his friends. Cl Valves8 Also a full line Runb -
to those 'who use it. in the sha of The Major-General, commanding, -latka, Putna--. ,P ,U_"h er, an d Let B i
absolutely pure tbld the pWWnet desires to pay deserved tribute to the lat utam. ber ad Leather B ting, La
foundation stone of heth. memory of this earnest Christian, Twenty-seventh-J. Hidden, Leather Belt Hooks and Steam
ss "1'wa~n. ~'~" g~ solierArcadia, Manatee and DeSoto.
Weakness -- hugant soldier, gentleman, loving, 'Twenty-eighth-Frank W.Lanes, is bard enough as
and withoutt appetite. A friend hs de^o ethtF WLanes, It enough as Packing. A full line of Harnes
New Smyra, Volusia. itis._Itistohertha
brought me a bottle of Hood's SJsapa- f end and exemplary citizen. T yrnt Fabian La orld and Harness Leather.
ria. I began taking it and three bottles n war, he wrote his name indelli- Twenty-nth- Fabian Law, and e erything \
-dwar.And, i' d" n e Green Cove Springs, Clay and should be made asCa
tiy cured me." Mrs. M. be on hor' d n he Ber. easy as possible for
127 Post Street, Rulttvd. Vt. a4ded to the lustre of the name, the *Th...ethF"k Adams, Jasper, her at the time ofCler
Blood Purifier-"We thin od's ferless soldier won. The rolls of Thirtieth- Franki Mill sizes
S.a has an o equal as a blood mi-ppi bear man an honored Hamilton. is just what
M, *MThirt-firs A MacL Cllias LEGER'S.
fier and B w.irator of the syste. n e, but none purer, truer or braver St. Augustine, St. AJohns. i
J. B. Best, W .. t- that of F. W. Merrin, Captainugustine, t-secondsH. H. llMcCrear ER'S
S/j --hlf -iini Of! Artilery, duringthe war between R, A
aStates 0Gainesvile, Alachua.
By order ofE.rM. di, Major- w n_ n FRIEN D I I
,,rms, caeu vthI S;mnomn.rwta&la" GCneral, commanding the Florida A TEXAS WONDELt. \ / i l ld I!ia
now%*.rnl.cawBur~ l ;U> ..manta ui D v will don It will make
.,y ~.are to,. ake wi ft_A0,..sarWa. i Division. all's Great Discovery. baby's coming easyRY
SfsBX. I. ROBERTSO, One small bottle of Hall's Great Dia- and pales, and that Dtak O L DE O SH
SAdj.-Gen. and Chief-of-Staff. cover cures all kidney and bladder ung dangerous drugs sys-th -
Sis well known that DeWitt's Witch troubles, removes gravel, curese diabetes, te.It is s l Wto be tol F,
eSalve will heal a burn an stop the eminal euwos, weak and lae themusclesofteit tae
at once. It will care eczema and backs, rheumatism and all irregularities the steghi nnd .tem no odtkny and ds will get tioshAlls tLat moDey can buy.
l diseases nd augly wounds and sores. of the .kidnead ys and bladder in both men E KEEP M.
-- -- It is a certain csue for niles. Counter. and women, regulates bladder trou blesre ens thwhole -- I L, .. --


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aSunday School architecture has also
COL TRA ON CAPITAL QUtP.e b kh npblicwiah thool arite twe m but CAMP DATE5. --e --- o
made rapid strides.. Instead of St ate amd zgrt Speakers WII .
Re o pa Reoval "trucking" the Sunday Scool away Unite B DstrstS.
Speeches Arcadia Last W in the cellar, or some other out-of- October 11 w, day.
.Pantai s orda, .Sept. 26- e tor the-way place, the church is begin- October 12-Ar is, day.
Tallahassean.-This trio of eloquent ning to realize that in the Sunday October 13-Fo Myers, night.
orators w, to carry everything be- uAMd 3AIM i N CS6 6 School is the future church, (as 85 October 16-B ksville, day. H
fore them by storm. Their agn I .nit e. sm per cent. of its additions come from October 17-In rness, day.
ments are wonderful. One of trems i- -we grs. I ae am the Sunday School), and that it is October 18- e City, day. t
seemed to think he could move the I w& Vbaby's We to entitled to better quarters and more October 20-Ke West, night.
Capital wita jokes. The taking jbke w r a A a 'w modern conveniences. Consequently October 22-B dentown, day. C o Y a A o t, a w
was the min chalking his way. to J ahlave y or d^elle s I there has been a reform in church October 22-Ta p-it. The Kind You HaveAl ys Bdwhi hasbeen
heaven and who had to come blck a Ye7 boans*d as wheS h* architecture, and they are now-being October 23-De and, night. in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
for more chalk. That trio is just as I t.e wit be, KpaI built with some thought of the Sun. October 24-P tka, day. and has been made under his her-
near movi g the Capital as 'ghe U s L=13 MURMa. day School. The Sunday School October 25-Gr n Cove Springs, sonal supervision since its infancy.
chalky ma was- in gettingIto Jeinss's sft*m. *G. building of today is one that can day. C nis Allow no one to deeive you ar this.
heaven. I be easily thrown into the church au- October 26-Ce Keys, night. A Counterfeits, Imitations nd Substitutes are but Ex
Laving a jokes aside it is a large 2 W PM w ue ditorium by sliding doors; built with October 27-Br son, day. periments that trifle with endanger the health
undertaken to move tat Capital. t M o a gallery, having class rooms up stairs October 31-Jac sonville, night. Infants and Children-Expe nce against Experiment.
It will tak all the oxen in So th ms g and down, and so arranged that the- Rd
Florida to ul the grand old build- wiaMM platform of the Superintendent can Good News f r Readers W hat s C A S TIA 1
ing; then iow would they get it be seen from any section of the room. Who have scrofula t ts in their blood, W.
across the r er? who make the guilded promise, This Sunday School architecture is Sdn socuhedny o rosSarapa rilla Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric ro
Clark sat he had patented a c4- backed by their wonderful trust, one of the out-growths of the Inter- which thoroughly hies the blood, and Soothing Syrups. It is less and Pleasant. At
culating ma line, and he intended to They know they will never have to national Sunday School Convention, This disease, which f gently appears in contains neither Opium, Mo hine nor other Narcot i
send it to m to recalculate the cost pay a cent, for Atlanta is their pre- which through its various conven- children Is greatly toe dreaded. It c substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worn
of moving t e Capital. I calculated cedent. They say that if the Su- tions, suggests methods'and plans for msthlikey to affect eg ol nsa and allays Feverishness. It res Diarrhea and Wi
o nthchbeatnd e Colic. It relieves Teething Tiubles, cures Constipatio
the cost on lark's machine. If thcire preme Court breathed the same air upbuilding and strengthening the pear on the head and and the eyes Colic. It relieves Teething es, cures Constipatio
is any erro in the calculation tie that the wonderful trust does, the Sunday School work of the whole are frequently affect Upon its first and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulates th,
machine is t fault, not the poor court would catch up, that they are country. The General Secretary of appearance, sperhapofulas lighe erontirelony Stomach aid Bowels, giving althy and natural sleet
Everglade layer. in old fogy, honest Tallahassee and the International Convention, Mr. eradicated f, srom th te byathor- The Children's Panacea-The other's Friend.
The great democratic party is o",- can never catch up. If a law is Marion Lawrance, Toledo, will, upon ough course of H Sarsaparilla to *
posed to tri s and machine politics. passed to pay $10 to the court for application, furnish circulars explain- prevent all the pain 1 and sickening ENUINE AS TR IA ALWAYS
Our friend lark asserts that the each case decided, and charge the ing the work in detail. consequences of runn g scrofula soresi
Jacksonville Board of Trade is tle 10 to the successful party-no one which dra the xistene sap the str wrethed. the Signature of
and make existence "y .wretched.a
greatest insti ution of its. kind south' would object to paying this amount Now is the season when the small boy B t Si atue
of New Yor Its influence is im- to gain his case-it would be a won- fills himself with green fruit which in Democratic ag.
mense, its I wer is irresistible; it derful spur, the court would catch varialy eai to cramps, diarrhea or "lon. S. M. Spark an, nominee for
raised 1,00 in 25 minutes to py up and in six months it would be will have a bottle of Pain-Killer, ready Congress for the F i Congressional
the expenses f the State primaries ahead. So says Clark's calculating for such summer emergencies. Avoid District, together w h other distin-
What is th matter, Clark, with machine. It did not err in calculat- substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer gushed speakers. address the
Hanna's trus -as the Jacksonville ing the immense amount the people cery Davis'. Price cents and 50 people on the dates d places men-
trust beats thm? Did you not tell would pay before the Capital remov- toned below:
too much, Clak? Did you say that ing bonds were all wiped out. Those The Next Senate. October 11-Bart day.
that corporation, the Jacksonvillb speakers will never get into heaven The Democrats of Florida have October 12-Arca a, day. In Use For Over 30 Years.
Board of trade controlled th_ or have the Capital removed without nominated their full comDlement of October 13-Ft. i Uers, night. _A --COUP^. TV ...URV .__W __.I
Democratic convention just more chalk. Tax-payers, don't you State Senators, and the State Senate October 16-Broo yn, day.
wrapped it round its fingers?--4 furnish the chalk. Let the Capital of 1901, will be composed of the October 17-Inveress, day.
painted the c invention red and lead stay where it is and keep your chalk. following Senators The hold-oer October 18-Dade ity, day.
the people tol believe that the De- I. H. TRABUE. Senators are marked thus*: October 20-Key est, night.
mocracy of florida wanted the BLOOD POISON CURED BY B. B. B. First District-E. B. McCaskill, of October 22-Brai ntown, day.
Capital removed from old fogy Tal- -Nora, Santa Rosa county. October 22-Tamp nnght, i| gI
lahassee to ths flourishing, go-ahea4 Bottle Free to Sufferers. *Second-J. Ed. O'Brien, of Pen- October 26-Ceda Key, night.
town of Jacksonville? Oh, thai Deep-seated, obstinate cases, the kind sacola, Escambia county. October 27-Bron n, day.
Board of Trade is a wonderful cor that have rsistr, d-ctrs, hot spring Third--John Neal, Westville, By arrangement be ceen the State | H0 Catarrh Robs Its Victims of Health and Life.
portion; it is wonderful trust; it is yield to B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), Walton and Holmes. and the Firt Con onal Distric -
really a boss! :Now, did it boss that thoroughly' tested for 30 years. Have *Fourth-C. L. Wilson, Marianna, Committees, the S and Congres- h the most insidious
convention? It will boss all Florida you mucuous patches in the mouth? Jackson. sional speakers will t together at rs the bronchial tubes and
if the Capital; is removed to Jack- Sore Throat? Eruption? Eating ores Fifth-W. C. Ruse, Ashmore the above named ap tments. sens them we ak an
sonville. Bone Pains? Itching Skin? Swollenlefth- C.ThefollowinuediAhm r hedesaeakboveAamedspm
Flovrlde. o ands? Stiff Joints? Copper Colored Wakulla, Liberty and Franklin. The following disti ied speak
Floridians, ao you want such at Spots? Chancres? Ulceration on the *Sixth-James E. Broome, Quincy, ers, together with oth have been G rea't &Serd
boss as the Jacksonville Board of body? Hair and eyebrows fall out? Is Gadden. invited to participate in said cam- ... .
e They c the Skin a mass of boils, pimples and only logical treatent tetf
Trade? The can raise alltheThe is wo l B. B.an Seventh-C. C. Wilson, Bartow, paign, and one or mo of them will ti th"e disease. catarrh
money they want-raise it at the' specific will completely change the Polk. be present and add the people at te and nota mere laltro L-
rate of $1,000 in 25 minutes. What whole body into a clean, perfect condi- *Eighth-Fred. T. Myers, Talla- each of said appoint ats: Honot- b eb astbld puri irIS there
would the Legislature be in the tion, free from eruptions, and skin haseek Leon .' ables S. R. Mallory, JP. Taliaferro, ier acknowledged to be
hands of such atrut9 smooth with the glow of perfect health. hseLo o able S..."Ma ory PP a'iUa ndetreatment with e.a
Anl rfosc la tot R .l B.hB. B. drains the poison out of the Ninth-B. F. Kirk, Brooksville, W. S. Jennings, Geo P. Raney, pf.j wi.--tathP
All roads lead to Rome. All system so the symptoms cannot return. Hernando, Pasco and Citrus. John A. Henderson, SPasco, D. H. oa S ando o t An,
heads in, Florida will bow to that At the same time B. B. B. builds up the oTenth-B. D. Wadsworth, Madi. Mays, W. H. Ellis, L.Williams, D edyt, eoP~e r ano c re-
wonderful trust when the Capital broken down constitution and improve son Madison A. W. Gilchrist, W. unt .Harris, L Wr.,a.., B Ti.ns, se '
the digestion. So sufferers may test
gets to Jacksonville. It will takeB. B. B., a trial bottle will e given away Eleventh-Thomas Palmer, Tam- Fred. T. Myers, J. F. nriggs, L. ased ary for otes a s
one o Clark's calculating machines free of charge pa, Hillsborough. J. Reeves, C. B. P khill, A. C. ofP. ..1pusa' Great Remed .
to calculate the result. I have the B. B. B. for sale by druggists at $1 per Twelfth-Eugene C Ottrell, Old Blount, J. Emmet olfe, J. Ed. thrown my d to the solesofmyfeet. Your P. P.P. hased my
Twekf u a egenetC.swlCmltdiciosT n, e, ,Na.E .eW lateii Ip n of t e heart, and has relieved me o
machine and will tell you the result, large bottle, or six large bottles (full To Ta loandLafaette O'Brien, Nat. R. Walvr, J.Walter rn* le on lt.nertwow incan iath readh readily e of a. s I
Jacknville and her politicians wi th each bottle.' For trial bottle ad- Thirteenth-E. M. Dimick, Palm Keho, W. H. Mlton, L. Wilson, I a n a yar pctsoon tbe leto take hold of
be strictly mn it, and we'uns, poor ,dress Blood Balm Co 534 Mitchell St., Beach, Dade and Brevard. Thomas Palmer, W. A.ater, M. Sg anthe ubi-nn -'.. ""l
Florida crackers, will come out of :Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and Free *Fourteenth.-B. H. Palmer, Lake Simonton, P. G. W 1, Peter O. S'r -As~.-CountyofComanche.-Before the undersigned authority o timy
the little end of the horn. medical advice .given. City, Columbia. Knight, T. M. Shac fcrd, C. C. iadeby him relave hvrtue of P. P. P. medice is true. A. tt
Atlanta promised a half million OENERAL ORDER NO. THIRTY- Fifenth-J. B. Crewi., Lake Wilson, John B. Joh to', W H. a o ~s bdbeforemet sAut^ P. nc
te.en,. wtemed...I ...ew LeJ.M. LAMBERT, Nt P., Comanehe olasty, Tema
toward moving the Capital from FIVE. u tler, Bradford. Reynolds, Jefferson B. rown, R. H. o pp naf'8 o ult remedy) a o ateosor t p an e aarsrmas and the
Milledgeville to Atlanta. The State. *Sixteenth-A. T. Williams, Fer- M. Davidson. *.e o he sklod oldsores, ple, blotches. .
moved the Capital to Atlanta and Tnbute to Memoy of eut.-Col. F. nandina, Nassau All parties are cordial ly p thrvited to n jeatoe--a whsw oehy" who pbe
that city never paid one cent of the w. Merr. Seventeenth--J. M. N. Peacock attend. oat. Sold ba-. alrlriats .rmta e tg
half million. They only paid their Headquarters Florida Division, Pine Mount, Suwannee WV. B. IHE) ERSON, L Br te met e n -
horn blowers. They said it was United Confederate Veterans, *Eighteenth-C. B. Rogers, Jack- ha G Li pm an BrOthers, uk. Savanniiah, Ga.
their talking men that made the Brooksville, Fla., Sept. 18, 1900. sonville, Duval. Attest-P. G. WALL, -ecrety.
promise and the people would have General Order No. 31: One by one Nineteenth-C. A. Carson Kissim- ne ri
to take it out in talk. our comrades fall out of rank, too mee Osceol. A new remedy fWr biligtsnees r s no. It
Floridians, it is the talking men eary.to longer bear the burdens of Twentieth -D H. Baker, Orange is called Chamberlain'stoah and WW6w 8f0CRe Vwao ne
and board of trust in Jacksonville ife made doubly heavy by the Home, Marion and Sumter. Liver Tablets. It gives q k relief and
-- -- .. -..... weight of years and the hardships of ret_._ fs.-N A Bit, P will prevent the attack if ven as soon
"A Good NAm T years given to the cause so dearly Twentyrs N. A. Blitch, Phoe- e cto d ap- e f Cook Sto Ranges and Heaters I













8 Caimc. umth.. J. Cmpmer, Pba-
Se-rviees: t every Sabbath it
t 72* P,. S19:UA I -M
PXX ca. McCarty.,
tor. Searvkci" U be-ld relarly every
aSit535A.MItI P.M0 Setsare
Sg t 6pX W -- ,ly iavited to at-
SSndrj ~Sy bgoJat UIM A. M. Payer
.TABP.M UnionChri-
]$ sdeavor Meetng. 8s0 P, M.. Sunday.
': APSY 4(,UNCO.BRev. &. MI ProvDnce
r, a ebing;gt U a. m. and -p. m.
snfty. uaSi*day Bohool- at 10 a. m.
per Meeting Wednwuday 7 p. m. Acordial
woomneos extended to al.
M.W Jows8 BPXAsipAL CRUNCH. Dr. W. H.
*rw. Pastor. SWVic6S: Preaching every
r, A.M.;r7WP.M. ridayeveningser-
INe at 7OP.M. Sunday Sehoel at JO A. M.
CA2(OIUC COBUR. Raev. J. L. BugOn Nec
tr.Seroes: High MMss and Sermon at SA. M
e lerb SaBened*
WI-,ILA.D F ***b an. d.
On week daV.Na*t6:4b A.M.
BINL DXPOSiTVie.Bible_ lor sale at all
Ues at oost prices at ThneTA-T.AHAIWIMKA
o(ee.
C. M B. Church sunday (boolat-.a. m.,
profeworJ- G. Riley Superintendent. Preach-
edenerMeeSung 8 m.n eight. ClamMeet.
i Tursday anght. a oPator.
In" M. F. BUIWON PWallor.
,CO xs' MUzTIe The Board ofDIre-
ton ofthe Librarg Aaeocation hold their
_eetins on the third Friday evening of each
month at8 p. m.athe Ubrary.
Those who are iteresed. i Chnsitain SDi.-
euce will be welcomed at the residence of Mr.
W. C.Lewis, w herq the ser% Ices wih be held
SundILV at IW'. a5.j..% ednesdays at 7:W p.-m.
L .. OF
Regular meexngs of LouN LC.DOM No.
,reld every esay Evening, at their
rOdge Room, at 8 o'lock. All Br.neJrsin
ood tandvited to attend. N .
good stndingW. M_ McINTOSH. JR-, -N.0.
I. L. COLLVE4S, b.
RNCA~MPMAT.-lRUuIar meetings of AU-
CL& EOAMPEM i No 2, are held t- .I.X
and third T'hursayPyi venin ot eac month,
at their Lodge RooA, at clock. A.. Patr-n
rch in goo stn arenvted to-ttend.
W.. Ir McINTOSH. S.,C. P.
W. H. CHANCETY. cribe.


KNIGHT
Tailahae LodgU
sad fourth Thursda
at Masonic Hall.
W. H.CHANcCEY,
LIGHTS
Cicero Lodge No
Thursday evening
Knights are cordial
J. F. HILL,K.o
ST. PAUL
(B. S
Holds its meeting
ing at eight o'clock
stairs, one door eas
HoUi'e. All me.ib
standing are cordia,

Tae regular cony
Chapter No. 1, will b
fourth Mondays of
p m. W.M.M
|g Regular meeI
pto. 1, are held on t
'n each month, at 8
W.M.M




RS. ROSA MCC
ACME COTTAGE
Call and have y
work taken in hort
expert stenographer.
Shoithand and Tvp
prevents my solic

DR. E. M. BREV
PHYSICIAN
TAT.T.AHAP,&Z,
.4(-6m.
Go-. w. WALK
ATTOB
Office over
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ATTORN
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TAT.T.AARA

Graduate 1894,
Baltimore; P
Haskell
W- Preservati
Gold Crowns,
Plates a special


J.H.
GUN AND
TALLAHASSE.,
Repairs all kinds
everyday use. Trn
Keys. Fastenings. i
-fit& Umbrellas. also
chines. Shop on Jt
City Market. Work
at low oricep.


A.J

Contra(

and
-AND I
BUIIDER'i
Lumber, Laths,
in stock at all ti


J. H. HII

Gent's Fur
MES


CIGAI
Monroe StreetS
Select stock of.


OF HONOR.
No. 3Sm2, meets second
eveningsof each month
PHILBRICK, Dictator.
porter.
IF PITHIAS.
I K. of P., meets every
n Castle Hall. Visiting
Invited to attend.
C. CRAW V :h1i). C. .
k.S. 29
LODGE:NO. 15
of the E.}
evoy Wednesday even-
;, at its Lodge room up-
of the annex of the Opera
r~ of the Order in good
* invited to attend. ;..
A. 'STAFFORD, W. C. J.-.
SONIC.
cation of Florida R. A.
held on the Second and
each month at 8 o'clock
;IuTOBH, SR.. Secretary.
nffs of JACKSON LODoG
first and third Mondays
clock, P. M.
lNTos. S.. Secretary.

fu wl 5 rds.

'TOCK,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA,
Correspondence and legal
fd and typewritten by an
t easonable rates. Modem
ting taught Lameness
patronage personally.


AND SURGEON,
L FLORIDA.


P-AT-! AW.
City Bank.
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Y AT LAW,
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ls,. DEN TIST.
%mR, lpT.OTnA
7mverty *arqland
Sradate 1893,
"0oo0, Chicago.
oof Natural Teeth,
idgework, and Metal
Gas administered.
1-ly


TT.T.TAMS,
LOCKSMITH,
. FLORIDA.
f Household articlesof
5, Bags, Satchels. Locks.
n. Pistols. Shooting Out-
licycles and Sewing Ma-
lone on short notice.and -
35-tI


FISH,



Builder
ALEBR IN---
, SUPPLIES,
hingles, Etc., kept
nes.


L & CO.'S

as Goods,

EXPORIUM
nd
.STORE
pposltiaSt.eJamee
Gent's PUywlahings,


Foley's Kidney Cure




Foley's Honey an Tar
bIfchiMrea~ggk,.gw ANo ateas



pFoley's Honey an Tar
eels whusaadqs the doqaxe

THE LIMIT PASSED.
:m" Sehen* Whclh the Girl's Stera
Parent Would Not Sanetlom.
"Please, mamma. please:"
, "Papa. I beg of you d(' no t refuse!"
SCordellaPawetout eil:.r wildly about'
her fond bu (4hdurut.- "i i;tlher's neck
and rained k i..s-.s im,! her cheeks.
while Anastasia. her sister. did like-
wise to her father.
But their p!hadilni stentud or no
avaiL The elder P'asdetouts shook
their gray heads firmly in negation.
though it was evident that the neces-
sity of refusing their daughters' re&
quest pained them beyond measure.
Gently. but with decision, as one
shakes a hard shelled crab from out a
scalp net, the parents disentangled
their daughters' arms from their shoul-
ders; then. mastering his emotions, the
father said:
"No. Anastasia and Cordella, what
you-ask of us is too much! Never be-
fore.have we refused a request of

Old People's Eyes
Often become it-flamed and painful.
Hundreds of old people have been made
comfortable by using. John R. Dickey's
Old Reliable Eye Water. It is absolutely
reliable-absolutely painless. Send for
circulars or testimonials, or get a bottle
for 25 cents at Wight. & Bro.'s Drug
Store. The genuine is always enclosed
in red carton.
yours. We have moved from city t6i
city, from state to state, to the injury
of my business and the destruction of
your mother's health. in order to de-
ceive people as to yqur ages. For the
last ten years It has been nothing but
move on for us. for every time the peo-
ple of one place would begin to suspect
your true ages you have insisted on us
packing up and going elsewhere, that
you might start anew at 22 and 23. re-
spectively. We have submitted to this
nomadic life for our love of you. but
your most recent demand is too much.
We absolutely refuse!"
The daughters sobbed like anything.
In fact. they sobbed like everything.
But their firm parent remained firm.
"N-p." continued Mr. Pasdetout; "we
will not. absolutely will not. celebrate
our silver wedding again in order to
prove to people that you two cannot
be over 24 at the outside! The idea!"-
Harper's Bazar.

TAKE WATER FOR MEDICINE
A Health Pudueer Whleh Is Avail-
able Everywhere.
There is no doubt that we do not
drink enough. Our bodies consist
largely of water, and the average man
needs to drink from four to six pints
of water dally In order to maintain
health. This is the amount of water
eliminamted from the body by means of
the kidneys, the skin and lungs. It is
evident that a fresh supply Is constant-
ly Needed to supply this lost aid In the
proce. of dlgestioc sa carry away


For Over fifty -ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
seething, with perfect success. Itsothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.


Sold by druggists in every of the
world. Twenty-five cents bottle. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.


If the amount of water Imbibed is
not sufficient for all this. the health
must suffer. Air. water and food are
the essentials of life in the order given.
A person can fast loug time-ex-
periments have prove this-but that
same person eould not getl along with-
out water for that length of time.
As. a usual thing women are the ones
who suffer the most from an Insuffi-
ciency of water. Mothers should see
to it that their children have plenty of
water to drink.
There is a diversity of opinion re-
garding drinking at meals. Some as-
sert that the practice is injurious, as'It
dilutes the gastric Juice. Others again
claim that a glassful of pure drinking
water taken during the process of mas-
tication is healthful. On one point,
however,all a authorities agree-namely.
that ice water Is Injurious.
Generally speaking, the theory advo-
cated by the best physicians nowadays
Is to drink often and much. It cleanses
the system, Increases circulation and
helps to make a clear complexion.
Therefore. ye men and women, the lat-
ter especially, drink. Take clear, pure.
sterilized water and be thankful so
simple a remedy of nature Is near at
hand.-Table Talk.

Pirelpre f Safes.
"For city use In modern buildings,"
said a safe manufacturer. "safes are
nowadays made thinner walled than
formerly, thus giving them more room
inside in proportion to the space the
safe occupies. The modern building
is fireproof, or substantially so, and in
case Of fire the safe does not fall down
through the burned floors Into a mass
of burning debris in the cellar, but it
stays where it has been placed, sup-
ported by the steel floor beams of the
room and, with less around it to burn.
subjected to comparatively less heat.
"Under such conditions the thin wall-
ed safe is as fireproof as the thick wall-
ed safe would be under the conditions
in which it is used in the old style
buildings, for 'use in which the thick
walled safe is still commonly sold."-
New York Sun.

A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca-
rets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c., 25c., 50c.
Sample and booklet free. See our big
ad.
rhe Advance of Time.
The age of man. we are told. Is three-
score years and ten. From 25 to 40,
If the health be good, no material al-
teration Is observed. From thence to
50 the change is greater. Fifty-five
to GO. the alteration startles; still we
are not bowed down. In-the earliest
periods of our life the body strength-
ens and keeps up the mind; In the later
stages of it the reverse takes place.
and the mind keeps up the body; a
formidable duty this and keenly felt
by both. Sych is time's progress.-
Scottish American.
The Carp Ia Very Boay.
People marvel at the mechanism of
the human body. with Its 492 bones
and 60 arteries, but man is simple In
this respect compared with the carp.
That remarkable fish moves no fewer
than 4,386 bones and muscles every
time it breathes. It has 4,820 velts, to
say nothing of its 99 muscles.
The Wort of It.
Jack-Tom. I'm in a terrible fix. rm
engaged to three girls.
Tom-Well. that's not exactly a crime.
Jack-No; that's the worst of It It
it were, I could go to prison and have
some peace.

To Improve the golden moment of
opportunity and aestch the good that is
within our reach is the great art of


lfe.--Johnson.

If a woman tries to practice what
her husband preaches, she has no time
ftor ossiD.-Chicago News.


Il9 Methed Imrn

ch, Liver, KUey
Plaintg as WeO
-Id WeaknesesI .f





een

Dr.

Pwreirs the trouble,
te l tones mup the w
neutrahlze
produce the diseased condit
An I -SN Yearly he
health
Tr-ate,. from Catarrh.
thma, Hay Fever. Lung Comp
Ltverand Kidney Diseases P
ers, Ezema and all manner
Dr. Hathaway
m e the greatest s
w i M manydistzwessi
dueases by which so manywoi
Elk lel Dr. Hathaway
-"- withan thente
Applaaes. other appllanee
which, as well as the micse
wide fame as an expert. AL a
used by Dr. Hathawayare o
own laboratories under his pel
and special remedies are p
dividual ease according to its re
Dr. Hathawa!
ak seriesof self-e
Sapplyingto e which he sends free on appli
Men; No.2,for Women; No. f
No. 4,for Catarrhal Diseases; N(
Dr. Hathaway
Seims.I-alem for consultatiol
FMree office or bynail.
J. NoWTON AATHA
Dr. Hathaway &
25 Bryan Street,
tXUTION THIS PAPT'-'; V;71-


THE MYSTERY OF
A Case In Which the C
Were Remarkab
On one occasion during
I dreamed that I was sta
a road when there can
along it a strong column
with guards at intervals o
I asked one of these gua
prisoners were and wheI
been captured. lie inform
they had twenztaken in an
with the enemy on thet da
that there were 1,i00 of tl
asked some bystander wh1
month it was and was tol,
a day of a certain month
weeks later than the date
The whole dream was e
tinct, and it made a strong
on me. I related it to a nt
comrades within the nex
and then thought of It no n
. Six weeks later, oa the
the very day that had bee
in the dream as the date v
umn of prisoners had pe
me, I was on picket two i
from the point where I
to be when I saw them.
after breakfast, and I w
by the side of the road at
ing to the officer of the plc
aid to the commanding g
riding down the road. He
secboolfellow of our office


-" It Heals the Ln
When suffering from ra
take a doe of Fey's Hoi
The soreness will be rel
warm, grateful feeling am
the parts affected will be
Take no substitute. Wigh!


Point, and he reined up wl
nised his friend. He tok
had good news; that ther
sharp engagement with t
day before and that our
captured 1,900 prisoners. i
passed the headquarters t
on their way to the
Globe-Democrat.
tucek to His P
When it comes to a ha
shows no fear of death, n
Ing overcome by panic. In
tumult of the battle's roi
in one of our batteries in
boro fight was hit by a pi
which split his skull so t
was loosened. The driver
loose. lbut when he saw I
had worked with being
for ammunition he ran to
and galloped back with the
an officer pushed him s
another horse put In. he
new one with a most
pression in his eyes. The
to realize that the battle
for him, and he walked a
down and died. The offl~
that it was a broken hear
him.-Our Dumb Animals.

Literary DlewIt
"She has been talking al
a novel for years." said one
"Yes," answered tle ot
don't think she'll ever get I
She has followed the pb
authors who study their I
quaintances for types of ci
"Isn't the method a good
"Not in her case. When
refuses her anything she
him in as the villain, and
as she wishes she wants t
the hero. It keeps her cm
writing the first chapter.
ton Star.


Lo.evtty ofi
There are some goldfish
ton which have belonged
fTnmll fr the last I 5 J


Cres All

Other ba-



vinese, -OU


tf dlMB o f
omens iam
whoe line lof



the sut of
the blood
system andl
pois-s which
sto perfect
s of sufferer.
As,
ts. Stomach
Tumors. Can
skin affectases;.
treats witt
an those
at nd
armaffaeted.
arefltted
electrical and
in the use of
no has world-


for eaeh bi-
has prepar.. a
blanks
sei ~dseases
No. ], for
Skin Diseases;
5. for Kidneys.
nocharxo"
at either his
V,AL.A
;ivaninab. Ga.
.-:r:I NSG.


)REAMS.
iBeidemeem
e.
ie civil war
ding beside
marching
f prisoners.
the flanks.
Is who the
they had
ed me that
ir:nzgement
I efore and
Im. I then
dry of the
It T'as such
, same six
the dream.
remely dis-
Impression
nber of my
few days
)re.
morning of
mentioned
ben the col-
eed before
lies distant
ad seemed
t was soon
s standing
e fire talk-
et when an
came
had been a
a at West


nl I St. ntiabmrg are know3-to
be 1 years old. and the age of the
sare fish In some of the ponds at-
tache to the- Buddhist temples in
Chinajus to be counted by centuries, if
w ar to believe .the priests.
Somewhat BEneenrales.
"1)1h that rich young Goldbag pro-
pose t you last r-ight?*
"No exactly, mamma, but he asked
for a option on me for 30 days.'-
Cleve ind Plain Dealer.


New Old Joke.
"Is here any hew joke under the
suny' a ks George Augustus Sali. an
Engli Journalist and special corre-
spon at.
"I dubt there being one very grave-
ly." 1 answers and tells two anec-
dotes support this skepticism.
An -ntelligent Greek who acted as
Mr. I5a's guide while visiting Athens
related to him as a modern Greek Joe
Mmerm the story of a lawsuit. A
deaf plaintiff sued a deafer defendant
before the deafest j'dge in all Greece.
The lptintiff claimed so many hundred
drach as for rent that was due. The
defen< t pleaded that he never
ground his corn at night. The judge in

giving judgment observed: "Well. she's
your other, after alL You must keep
her between you."
-"Wlm*n I got home I found." writes
Mr. Sla. "this apparently up to date
triad f ludicrous non sequiturs in a
collet n of ancient Greek epigrams."
The used to be told a story of Sher-
idan owles. the dramatist, who was
a first te hand at Irish bulls, meeting
one o twin brothers and asking him.
"Whi of ye is the other?"
Mr. a compares this with the sto-
ry of at very-ancient jester, Hier-
ocles:
"Of ns, one died. Skolastikos,
meet the survivor, asked him, 'Was
It you who died or your brother?'"-
Youth Companion.


ps.
ing cough,
py andTar.
veId and a
I healing of


a be recot.
us that he
had been a
enemy the
p had
ho had just
at morning
--t. Louis

t
le, a horse
sign of be-
I1 the wild
'. A horse
e Murfrees-
ce of shell,
at one side
tunred him
ee team he
riven back
is old place
rest. When
Ie to have
-t1 at the
rowful ex-
he seemed
as no more
ay and lay
er declared
that killed


f.
out writing
woman.
ler, "but I
e- pleted.
a of those
personal ae-
Cracter."
neT'
er husband
ants to put
en he does
make him
tnually re-
-Washing-


a


SWashing-
> the same
L and they


BLAC


I


617
EstabIL
ReguLari
Legislate
The oldh
cessful I
Private,
for any
and Urs
all cases
Write 1
Bronehltl
Paralysl
Ear, Skil
gil Ope
and rem
and cure
We abs
ease of 1


TALIT,AHRASSIt LA.


kMIHING and


REPAIRIN(


rOOD, A. M., oi.D .f Pres ent

.SaEs.) A-vjue, icac.ao, ;i. e
ied ha C'hi lei-I i,16s, tr"W.-.'y yl ar.-
-art --;- 1 I:!In.W r :.-t e. C, :'| (?,.l"c., I ". < (: o.0.ts


n--ts f or i e ; t ii i i n.
a ; .. ,.';.. :i;(j I-
pie;- lx-:n-.'.r.;t: n < ; *: :<' : i;!: .it' in
h :iv ri'- i;;:;."o::o ;s i do]I:lbtIul.
r free lLook o:n Deformities an-J
b Feet, C.iarvature of t e Sic,
SCatobrr. C Epileps.-y, Niide!;y, l:Vadter, Eye,
nd iMoo l ais ,Fs, and all Sur-
n.,. l-s.'s fa<.v;-ik,apparatus
lica for tVi suc<(,--,,sftd treatment
f aI Obscure cr Chronic Disteases.
Iutely guarantee to cure every
rvous Debility -and diseases re-


A family medicine cedst for ten na
Ina prtty little enameled nusaj boz
you ve e means of keeping
whole family healthy, from baby togood
old grand-pa. Go to your drugglit and
get a bx of Cascarets Candy CatharM
for ter centw, and see that you always
have them in the house. Coic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, mples, eleepks-c
ness worms and nearly eyerv other ail-
ment are cured by some form of eon-
stiation and in that little box you have
a perfect remedy always at hand. Save
your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
Pm by the useof the sweet, dainty little
iee:of candy that make you well and
keep you well. We recommend Casca-
rets tall our readers.

The Larcest antd lost Comilet

O Estal ilmentSouth,


GEfoi S, IAm & SoN


-Manufactuner of-

DOCRS, SASH, BLINDS

And Builders' Sun lies t

IOUL)IXG AID BUILDING ATERIAF.
4HARLESTON, S. C.




ANOW DRUG IICFi

New People-New !Stock-New Prices- la

Old Post Office.

WILLIAMS "THE DRUGGIST."

Cone and see us, if only to h ok.
An up.to date stock. Prices right,
Best Sodai Water in the City. All
the New and Latest Drinks. i
Don't he out of the push. but comq
and trade at our store.
Williams, "THE DRUGGIST."
In Old Post Office.


SValuam. toWesnm.
Espeeidily valuable to women is BrQwnu>
Iron Biti. Backache vanishes, headache
ddj'pp strength takes the place of
weanke.iaad the glow of health readily
comes to the pallid cheek when this won.
derful remedy is taken. For sickly children
orove w ked men it has no equal. No home ,
should without this famous remedy.
BrownB Bitters is sold by all dealers.


TRADE-MARKS
AMO DTCi Yi
TADVITtS TO PATENT ABILTY
Notice ip "Inventive Age" DEE1
Book "owtoobtain Patents"
C aw t*4toderate. No fee till patent is secured.
Lttrs strictly confidential. Address,
E. G. SL IERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D.C.j


AND
SALE STABLES,
Double and Single Teams,'
BOH LOCAL AND DISTANCE
Sta L- E i- Oz SES.
Patronage Solicited
Satisfaction Intended.

R ;rct!ullv.
W.C. TULLY.

Everybody Says So.
Cas.cares Candy Cathartic. th)-P most
wonderfull medical d-iscoverv of the age,
pleasant and refrshI.ng to Ihe taste, act
gently amd positively on kidnvs, liver
and bowels, cleansing, the entire system,
dispel colds, cure headache, fever, hab-
itual constipation and biliousness.
Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-
day; 10,E 25, 50 cents. Sold and graran-


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DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
For CogpreowV
HON. S. X. PARKMAN.
For Presidential Electorm.
JOHN M. BARRS, of Duval,
JOHN 8. BEARD, otf cambia,
W. H. ELLIS, ofGadalen
M. L. WILLIAMS. of Deoto.
For Alternates.
W. HUNT HARRIS, of Monroe,
S. J. HILBURN, of Putnam.
W. F. HINES, of Sumter,
DANIBL CAMPBBLL, of Walton.
State Ticket.
For Governor.
WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.
For Justice of the Sum preme Court.
FRANCIS B. CARTER.
For secretary of State.
JOHN L. CRAWFORD.
For Attorney- General.
WILLIAM B. LAMAR.
For Comptroller.
W. H. REYNOLDS.
For Treasurer.
J. B. WHITFIELD.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction.
W. N. HEATS.
For Commissioner of Agriculture.
B. B. McLIN.
Railroad Commissioner.
JOHN L, MORGAN.

ICounty Ticket.
For Members Lgialature.
HON. GEO. P. RANEY,
HON. E. M. HOPKINS.
For Clerk Circuit Court.
C. A. BRYAN.
For County Judge.
R. A. WHITFIELD.
For;Superintendent Public Instruction.
C. W. BANNERMAN.
For Sheriff.
JOHN A. PFARCE.
Eor County Treasurer.
*JOHN DAY PERKINS.
For Tax As.ssor.
H, T. FELKEL.
For Tax Collector.
W. A. DEMILLY.
For '-ounty Surveyor.
W. T. BANNERMAN.
For Members School Board.
:GEO. I. DAVIS,
R. J. EVANS.
GILBERT HARTSFIELD.
-----n-I
OUR CAMPAIGN OFFER.
In this issue will be found an ex
cellent campaign offer in connection
with the TALLAIIASSEEAN. Many c
our readers no doubt think they knoi
how the national election will go nex
. month. If so, they will find an o01
portunity in this offer to compensal
themselves for devoting a little tim
toward guessing and sending th
same to this office. The complexion
of each State in the last election
given, together with the number
popular and electoral votes. All y
have to do is to fill in the blank, e
close the amount of all subscripti
due and one year in advance and ma
it with your guess. The contest w
be conducted absolutely fair ai
somebody will get a prize-in fa
several prizes--in cash.

COUNT THIE COST.
The tax-payers of Florida hi
before them the question of bu'ldi
or not building a new Capitol, a
before they go to the polls on t
sixth of November, it behooves th
to closely count the cost of t
scheme. lie is considered a w
man who learns from the experien
of others and avoids the traps a
pitfalls into which they were
blindly lead.
This question has confronted t
tax-payers of other States and th


experience show that they invarial
miscalculated the cost. For example
we point to South Carolina that I
appropriated, 82,300,000, on a s
unfinished Capitol. The city
/ Toronto, Ont., began a city h
twenty years ago which was e
mated to cost the tax-payers $30
000 and already *2,345,000, has b(
expended on the unfinished build
The Capitol at Albany, N. Y.,
estimated to cost $5,000,000, at
most, but it has cost more than $'
000,000, and is still unfinished. '
city of Philadelphia comment
thirty years ago to build a city
which has cost to date, with fitti
and furnishings, $24,000,(
and $5,000,000 more will
needed to complete -it. V
lunch examples to warn us, woul


..advantage ,, Its g1rea Paccessin- ,* *,^vvvv ^. ^t'",, completely shot away. The boy was
ces ity" is a very strong reason why it In the first place the contracting of found and on being questionedA
nd should not be made the 4eat of gov- any such debt would be in direct acknowledgeddoing the killing. We
so ernment. violation of the Constitution, and could not learn what his account of -a l J
Capitals of States should not be even were t not, the people are not the killing was and are unable to o-OR
he located on the sea-board or the rea- foolish enough to assume any such state whether it was accidental or
e son that they can be destroyed by not. The child was the daughter of. Billioasn Constipation, artburn, Indigestion, LHeadhe, anl all
eir bombardment, if the United States BURNING OEY." Charley Cross, who works for Mr. Ailme ts resulting from Disordered Liver, sh as Loss of
bly should at any time be engaged in the mostrhet ot on s Duncan in the cemetery in this city, A petite, Despondenc Blues, Weakness Tired Feeling
earth is peIecthoef ta ,elMind .
es, war with England, France, Russia, the ground-work of all / and was buried here on Monday. and Intivity of the Mind.
as Germany or Italy. The Capitals of roserity in life; and To It st emulates a d purifies the Blood.
the. following States located on the w people ge o the Deaf.
til Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mexico e penditure A rich lady, cured of her deafness and
Of are situated at interior towns, except whieh will be noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's apane Eye W ater
iall two: California, Sacrimento; Con- the means of Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,00 to his
sti- necticut, Hartford; Delaware, Dover; restoring it; Institute, so tha deaf people unable to Cures So or Inflamed Eyes, ranulated Eye Lids, and is soothing an
Florid T allah assee; G or -At- but one of th e procure the E ar D rum s m a) have them strength rn u to W eak E y es.
0,- Florida, Tallahassee; Gorga, At- most disheart- t free. Address No. 1296 The Nicholson strength mg to Weak Eyes.
e lanta; Louisiana, Bat4n Rouge; enin thins Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New eS
een Maine, Augusta; Massachusetts (ex- in e wor York. 14-ly Old n a Guar tes-== 0 o Care, '. 3 P q.
ng. ception), Boston; Maryland (excep- is foan orne A Solon's Say. N er pains the eye use it, but is guaranteed to cure
was tion), Annapolis; Michigan, Lansmg; hard for his EdtorMton Jou- nal: so eesgquicker t any other remedy ever used.
the New Hampshire, Concor4; New Jer- money to keep Please give me space in the col-
24 sey, Trenton; New York, Albany; paying it out umns of your patriotic paper for a I '
The North CarolinaRaleigh; uth Car- edices t do no earthly good. It few words in regard to the Capitol IM RTANT
oliia, Columbia; Oregon, Salem; is like throwing it into the fire. removal and the calling of a Con- f^ H fl n A
icedis like throwing it into thefire.remo- To orse Owne and Stock
ced Perinsylvania, Harrisburg; Rhode We had spent lots of momsy for doctor bills stitutional Convention, as this ques- O .U Wealers
hall Island, Providence; Texas, Austin; =I had almost ve Sup in e,* "y tion will be brought before the peo- e S
ngs Virginia, Richmond; Washington, .-, IterotnR s Nov ple on November 6th for ratification If you o males or horses, ou shouldby all means keep at
000, Olympa. write to you. I am very glad I did o; You re- or rejection. nd
Quoting from the late lamented membryM1medaDisoS n med i For the removal of the Capital \A/ l -
.obe kin ,,_ tmetateanB eja can never gi. and the calling of a Constitutional W aler's De d Shot Colic e
ith H.1 Ri, "of Georgia, who said, "In write.m s ceSC. lark. of .nterprisS Convention there has been no de- FOR- M SI AND HORSES.
Id it times of peace prepare for -war," co-. ^t. mand only by a few politicians. and N I- "


K


caek the buildings are munnished. memories .which cluster around the heavy and nnecessy obligation. removal Cpital, if the ethod A STATE
lo wa Capitol building at Tallahassee, but There is no necessity for removing of an am idmmn to the
eathetax-payersfof Floriday w these, while grand and beautiful, the Capital, and we hope the people A should fail, an I feel COLLECE
Sake some future day and findshould not weigh one iota in the will have sense enough to let it re- sure it as there is too n ch ex-
Ives and their children saddled question of the removal of the State main where it is. The Florida In- to be seen in e evi-
th a great and increasing debt, let Capital. If there was no other logi- dex, pdited by John M. Caldwell, who dence inilved in the quest s.
m stopthiscryfor a newCapi- cal reason than the question of n- once owned the Key West Equater- Now, Editor, as a tical
.se e nrel by, e as ile creased taxation, it alone should be Democrat, remarks: illuti~ati we will give th ollow-
to raised entirely by Jacksonv~uffieient to convince the tax-pa3 .ng The Constitution is the people's ing in re ce to calling a onsti-
liticipns, for political ends. Let voter to cast his vote in favor of Tal- safeguard from oumrage, the bulwark tutional mention: THE FLORIDA CLASSICAL i
tl.m put their condemnation on this lahassee. No tax-payer is willing to of their liberties and their fortress of If a own a vessel an all of LITERARY COLLEGE
n Ofaus scheme, and ly their votes increase his taxes by a removal of the defence from tyranny and usurpation. her fram ork is good and strong,ERARY CLLE .
whm its advocates,that the Capital (which would greatly benefit No act of any legislature can annul with on a few of her plan ng de.
OVerwlnotdae aant, r t Jacksonville without a corresponding any of its provisions, nor change it, fecUve, i it not much cbeap to put
Snot dare again tp raise theirbenefit to the balance of the State) not even to the crossing of a T or in the ne esy planks, than t is to A College that is Practical, p
vjces in its advocacy. The repre- when by voting for Tallahassee he dotting of an I. No court, from condemn e whole vessel a build and Thorough for Both Sexes.
sWitatives of the State are the proper keeps his taxes down, and within the that of a justice of the peace to the a new o ? or, in other wo s, if a
parties to say when a new Capitol is the possibility of payment. Let the Supreme Court of the State, can man has wagon with th good
needed, and not the assembled dele- tax-payer take into consideration the abrogate any of its requirements. wheels, i it not cheaper to mild a
n ee, fanypoitial y, whosede- many millions of assessable property, Every citizen of the State before he new wb 1 than to build a new The next. the Forty-Fourth AnuualSei.
gte of anypolitical p whosede- which were removed from the assess- is permitted to vote or hold any wag.n? Dis being admit the willopen at 9 a. m .,
ci ions are so often the result of po- ment roll by the late freeze, when office is compelled to swear to "pro- same rua is applicable to th build-
li cal wire-pulling, anOl it will be the orange industry was almost oblit- tect and defend" tbis Const;tution. ing of a ew Capitol or ing a Thursday, September 27 19
te for the people to vote for such rated, followed by a large shrinkage The Constitution provides how it Constita onal Convention. These
w building, when their sworn legis- of values, low prices of cotton, syrup may be amended, how revised, and are not local questions, i solving one hundred and seventy-seven tu.
and other farm commodities, droughts how Constitutional Conventions for simply a test between one oeality dents froi sixteen Florida coexitie
la rs decide to put the question be- and excessive rains, then the tax- this purpose may be convened. Yet, and ano er, but an imoorta State se-son.
fte them. payer, opposed to the increase of in this good year of our Lord 1900, issue, wh h appeals directly each Two full years' instruction in each of the .
an overwhelming majority of taxation would not hesitate a moment we are treated to the spectacle of a individu t-x -payer, in other words, lowing languages, aught by an em
to cast his ballot in favor of Talla- gang of politicians endeavoring to the issue the conservative citizen course of study in Europe,. viz
t people of the State, it is simply a hassee. The burden of taxation has call a Constitutional Convention and against e extravagant .tician, French, Spanish and Italian.
qetion of voting for or against always been the strong argument of endeavoriug to move the State Cap- who see the expenditure f the Collegeco'urses leading to the deg r.
ir best interests, says the Metrop- the Democratic campaigner. If it ital, just as though DO.Constitution hard money of the serva- teachers opens March 4th, 19m1.
oi0. Rightyou are. It isa question was convincing as against the ex- were in existence. tive, for at which is absolu ly un- Curriculrumin Preparatory epartm.
voting for or against an increase of travagance of the Republican party The Constitution provides that the necesea music taught free. 1Tuition lrd 10
VOti for Or aast a inr 0 12 dollars per month. Send fornew eata
intg ir g as e when it was in power in this State, seat of government shall be at the All thi being facts, let ma say, in
,000 in their annual taxes or the then it should as quickly appeal to city of Tallahassee. To change this the name and purity of the Dmo- A. A. MURPHREE, President,
nBt thirty years. the white Democratic voters when it provision by inserting Jacksonville, cratic pa that has stood as brick T
SWill comes from a Democratic source. or any other city, 'he change must wall ag eist all such ext agant Tallahmsee,
The Capital City Club has plainly be proposed at a regular session of form of 1 vernment for the ast 24
thy citizens of Florida vote to tax demonstrated to the tax-payer that the Legislature, agreed to by a three- years in tis glorious old S con-
themselves to erect a new building tha Capitol is strong and sufficient. fifth vote of all the members elected sider wel and let the waves of the
costing over one million dollars, or The business of the State has been to each house, the vote entered on ocean rol over a set of gre poli-
wi1 they vote to let the Capital re- transacted in it when the taxable the respective journals, be published tic;ans, w ose main object i to op-
min at Tallahassee, where the property of the State was many mil- in a newspaper in each county in the press and eep in slavery the asses O
ai ons larger than it is today and surely State, were newspapers are pubFsh- -the to; g poor.
hae a building already uflicient for it is roomy'enough to do so now. ed, for tl'ree months preceding the Succes I-) Tallahassee a-td true -
all.the needs of the State! for the next The expense incident to a removal of next general election, submitted to Democra which is a "gov nment 0
fifty years, and which will not cost the State Capital is an unknown the voters for their approval or re- of the le, by the people d for B .
quantity. It may be 8500,000.00, or jection, and if a majority votes in the people "-J. H. Harvell, ember :s -
thm one cent to keep., it may be $1,000.000.00. Tax-payer fovor of the proposed change, then Legislatu for Sanfa Rosa unty,
i'he Momicello Tribuie has been beware of the fictictious promises the change is made and it becomes in Milton journal. _
sold by Editor Corr to Messrs. S. and which you see in the newspapers. part of the Coostitution. N Right to Uglines
T. M. Puleston of that place. The No county or city can legally bond Such, in br; f, are the requirements N l Riht to Uglines. .
itself for any such purpose. of our State Constitution, which The w an who is lovely fare 1 Q =
latter gentlemen promise to make of You can rest assured that a very every voter in the State is bound by findsa temonr would a way hve E
it one of the best weekly; newspapers large percentage of the. expense to be his oath to observe. Yet in the face music keep er health. If she i weak, V
in the State. incurred in the removal of the State of these requirements a small num- sickly and 11 rqn down, she will ner- --h
Capital to any other place will come ber of Jacksonville politicians, who vous and i table. If she has stipa- 9 I 2
With electric lights and a northern tion or k trouble, her impuo lood U.
n out of thepockets of the tax-payer.-- happened to get control of the Du- will cabse imples, blotches, ski erup--2
f outlet, Tallahassee will start the new H. F. Sharon in Quincy New Era. val county delegation to the State lions ands wretched complexion Elec- (
century with progress as her watch- Convention, by reason of the 22 tric Bitte is the best medicine in the
Swrd. i After meals you should have si nply a votes of that delegation, traded world to late stomach. li r and
t word. feeling of comfort and satisfaction. You around till they got incorporated in strong neto u, ri the blood. ive
Our sister State Georgia, gives should not feel any special indicatoostrogner bght eyes, smoo vel-
th e Democratic a, ri000 major- gi that digestion is going on. If you do, the platform put forth by the State very skin, ch complexion. It wi makp
te the Democratic party 60,000 major- you have indigestion, which meaus not- Convention, "that the question of the a good 1 ing, charming wom n of a
ie ity this year, and elects a solid Con- digestion. This may l3 the begiUuing of removal of the State government run-down valid. Only50cen atall
e 7.so many dangerous diseases, that it is and the estion as to the holding rug S
ie gressional delegation for third term. best to take it in hand atonce and treat and the question as to the holding
3 it with Shaker Digestive Cordial. For of a Constitutional Convention -
is The Brooksville N6ws-Register you know tlat indigestion makes poi- should be settled by the white Dem-
is son, which causes pain and si etness. ocratic electors of the State, at a
is out in a bran new dress, and looks And that Shaker DigesUive Cordial helps
ofas neat as a digestion and cares indigestion. Shaker primary Olection to be held at the
nu Digestive Cordial does twis by providing time of holding the State election."
n the digestive materials in which the sAck -Key West Advertiser. A I
n- Capital Remov stomach is wanting. It also tones up A W NDER FU L .
on I admire Jacksonville for its en- makes tem perfectly hethA Nvo r. s :d
ail terprising public spirit. I like it for the rationale of its methods of cure, as On last Sunday in the northern Se n o aM ed ic ine
ill its "git up andgit," foritj unbounded the doctors would say. Sold by drug- part of the county near Dawkins I
nd "Woolsey" like ambition, forits many gists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. Pond a small negro girl seven years Cu. s Neuralgic, Rheu atic, Nervous or Spasmodic Pains,
t generous and courteous citizens, who Capital Removal old was yhot and instanDtly killed by To( hache, Headache, ackache, Sprains, Bruises, Lame-
Sbave spent 'their money lavishly to a regro boy fourteen years of age. ne Cramp Colic, Dia hoea, Dysentery, Stings of Insects
make the city what it is today, the We are pleased to note that the It seems that all the older members Sw 'lings of all Kinds, tiff Neck, Soreness, Sore Throat,
metropolis of the State. Let her Jacksonville Metropolis, h'therto a of the family went to church, leaving Sic Stomach or Sea kness. In cases of Bad Coughs,
grow, let her "expand," let her fill rabid advocate for the removal of the this small girl in charge of the Col s or Pnuemonia, it ffords
e the measure of her ambition to over- Capital from Tallahassee 1o Jackson- smaller children. The boy, whose
ve flowing, but not at the expense of the ville gives vent to the following in a name, we could not learn, was left at 0UI K RELIEF
ng tax-payers of the State, who happen recent issue, which fully corresponds the house with the child. On the
nd to reside outside of the limits of Jack- with our views: family return from church, the girl (,O T1 .' ". crO 9l |
he sonville and of Duval county. "The statement is made and reit- could not be found and a search being '- --
em Jacksonville is not the proper place erate time without number that made was found lying in the yard,
h for the State Capital, with all its the removal of the Capital from Tal- dead from a gunshot wound in the T B
S"boasted accessibility and superior labassee will entail the saddling of face The childs face was almost WE T B
aoanted a2s0aessu U yacpet The eoy was


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Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the fines' cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc.. which ex-
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent


Made from pure, gape cream of tartar.


ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK


The Dentist, Dr. &. A. Shine.
The City Council meets tonight.
Mrs. J. W. Corbett is home from a-
easure visit at Greenville, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Key, of Quincy;,:
ere bere last week, en route to Panacea:
springs. -
"Prevention is the best bridle." Youm
in prevent sickness and cure that tired<
eling and all blood humors by taking
good's Sarsaparilla. *
Mrs. A. Bopkins and children have
one up from St. Marks, and wil visit
uis city for some time.
Attorney-General W. B. Lamar re.
irned yesterday from an extended trio
t the mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. Mallory F. Home, of Jasper, wr
tthe Capital Tuesday, attending the S4
reme Court and to land matters wit
be State Land Department.
This is the season when mothers ari
armed on account of croup, it i%
sickly cured by One Minute Coug h
ore, which children like to take. A
dealers.
Mrs. Perry Holland was down at S.
larks last week visiting Mr. and Mr
krvah Bopkins, but is back home agato
his week.


Mr. B. H. Munn and family, of Sprirtg
ill, has moved to the city and are occ*-
yig the Winthrop cottage, on Calhotun
t.
"The best method of cleansing the livir
the use of the famous little pills know
DeWittsi Little Eariy Risers. Easy to
e. Never gripe. All Dealers. .
Messrs. J. T. Duval, E. L. Wood aid
F. Deal, Virginia lumbermen. 4rre
ere prospecting for timber lands, alojig
e various railroads centering at Tallt-

Owing to illness on the way home, r.
cCartby-did not arrive in the city lrsc
k, and consequently services wvre
held at the Presbyterian church lIat
anday, as announced.
Abbott's East India Corn Paint cues
every time; it takes off the corn; no pein.
Cures Warts and Bunions and is cun-
ceded to be a wonderful Corn Cure.




ColonelC. P. Lovell, of Jacksonv lie,
representing the Clyde line, was atethe
Capitallast week.
Mr. Robert Mickler has purchased ;the
Dyke property, on the corner of Call and
Monroe streets, and will move his family
there and occupy it, this winter.
Torturing skin eruptions, burns and
sores are soothed at once and promptly
healed by applying DeWitt's Witch Ha-
zel Salve, the best known cure for piles.
Beware of worthless counterfeits. All
Dealers.
Captain John:E. Callaghan, of Pensa-
cola, successor to Oscar A. Sloan. of
Monticello, as Deputy Collector of Inter-
nal Revenue for this District, was here
last week on his first official visit. Mr.
Whiting. of Pensacola, has also been ap-
pointed agent for the sale of revenue
stmunps.
News received at the Capital is to the
effect that the public schools of Madison
have been suspended for thirty days
owing to the prevalence of smailpo]
throughout the county. Hon. W N. N.
Sheats, State Superintendent, has eent
out a circularurging vaccination .
The Health-Restorer and H ath
Maintainer, Dr. M. A. Simmons jive.
Medicine, Strengthens the Nerves, kei
you Plump and Comely, and En ichc3
the Complexion with nature's chicesi
colors.
Mr. M. McCord, who has beet
teaching school this summer in aim
county, Ga., after spending a fei days
here with his parents, left Strdao
for Augusta, Ga., u whe he nten
the junior class in the i I dt
apartment of the University of e
For sprains, swellings and
there is nothing so good af"p' 's
PainBalm. Tryit. FornaWeby igh
& Bro. and all other medicine
Hon. William Moody, a em o
the Board of County o
Wakula county, was in the city
and made the TALvTASA 1 .AVe
ant visit. Mr. Moody mpy that
has erected a new bridge W.
kulla river, and that theraidbe b.


Dr. W. E. Lewis, Deatist. Phone No.
68. 48-10t
Dr. B. O. Lewis. of Lanark, is in the
city visiting relatives.
Dr. W. L. Moor returned from the
North on last Thursday,
Mr. B. B. McCaa, of the Seaboard Air
Line, we in the city last week.
Mrs. Perry G. Wall and children are
still visiting her father, Adjutant-Gene-
ral Houstoun.
To stimulate a Sluggish Liver, Banish
Biliousness, Disperse tiyspepsia, Prevent
Sick and Nervous Headache, use Dr. M.
A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
Mr. John C. Hodge,: of Sopchoppy, is
on a busine visit to the ( pita'.
E.- H. Alford, Jr., has gone to Nash-
ville, where wilt resume his studies in
college.
Mrs.J. J. Evans, Jr,, and two children
and her sister, Miss Marion Bush. of Au-
gusta, Ga are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
W. D. Wilson, with whom they will
spend the winter.


Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
has greatly benefited; others and is rea-
sonably certain to do 1you good. Try it!

BeuWthe M If


Mrs. A. C. Spiller, ibe-wife of the pop-
ular junior member qf the firm of Gil-
more & Davis Co,, ft last week for a
visit to friends and relatives in Quincy,
but had to return, before finishing htr
visit, because of the illness of her hus-
band.
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
Quickens the Appetite, Aids Digestion,
gives Tone and Vigor to all the functions,
and fortities the system against Epidemic
Influences.
Mr. W. T. Damon, who has been giv-
ing the Capital City League such effi-
cient, help during the past two or three
months, has accepted a position in Mr.
J. B. Whitelsead's grocery.
Mr. J. C. Trice, our editor-in-chief,
lef Monday for Jacksonville, where he
will join trie excursion given to the
Floriaa editor. by the Seaboard Air Line.
Hle expects to ,x- gvne about ten days,
and. will vis. Ricthmond, Va., stopping
en route-at Savauuah, Ga., and Raleigh,
N. C. ___
Feelings of safety pervade the house
hold that, u.es .Otne Minute Cough Cure
thle only harmless re'Ledy that pro duce
immediate result-. It is infallible for
coughs, colds, croup and all throat and
lung troubles. It will prevent consump
Lion. All Dealers.:
The fall term of Circuit Court for Cal-
houn county opened at Blountstown on
lest Monday, anO Hon. George W.
Walker, State Attprney for the Second
Circuit, left on Sunday for that place.
The fall term for Iiberty county was not
held at Bristol the past week, owing to
r the indisposition ol Judge John W. Ma-
lone.
D. E. Young, J.: G. Ball, W. L. Dig-
gins, 0. H. Napier, F. F. Doyl, E. L.
Hutchinson, F. J* Peterson and G. A,
Sherwood, of Jacsonville, were at the
Capital last week
The best that money can buy should tb
your aim in; choosing a medicine, and
this- is Hood's Strsaparilla. It cures
E when others fail.
t Miss Catherine Dilworth Clark, daugh
ter of Hon.. T. Clark of Monticello
will be married n Wednesday to Mr
r E. J. Smith, of Daytona, and the younj
couple will spen their honeymc: n in
s Jacksonville v si'_ng friends. They wil
t reside in Montice lo.-Tim's-Union and
Citizen, Oct. 7. Mies Clarke has been a
frequent visitor i Tallahassr a and hai
M many friends heb e who wish her muc
r happiness in her hew life.
s Fulton Market Canned Beef, at Ran
dolph & Co.'s
If you don't believe, we have the price
come and see. People's Grocery, Chas
8 F. Cogswell, proprietor. It
t Choice selections of Cut Glass, a
Sweeting's.


It is a Fact,
That many people have died during
the past summer and many are stall sick,
it ao a fact that not one who bought
their drugs from us. have ailed to get
WSL Our drugs are fresh, the best that


The Townmend House is now open apd
furnibes beet meals in town for the
samemorey. You can get there a square
meal for 25 oents. Board by the day,
week or month on reasonable terms and
the fare guaranteed always worth the
money charged.
MBs S. D. HIGHTOWER,
88-1m Pl a' ietor.
Fresh Prunes, Currants, Raisins and
Citrons, at Randolph & Co.'s.
Capital City Light & Fuel Co. will dc
liver until December 1st- )ke in 100
buhel otifor $11.00 crh. Inis 3.'50
less than tie usual price. 3-tf
Shingles for sale, at Yaeger's. It
Try us on Tobacco and Cigars, etc.
People's Grocery, Cbas. F. Cogewell.
proprietor. It
New Cauntry Syrup, at Pindolph &
Co.'s.


FaU
Trade
Store.


in line. Get in the push!
aF Wight & Bro.'s Drug
Save the checks and get the


cash.
Don't forget that Ball, Demilly & Co.
keep a splendid line of Gents' and La-
dies Underwear. 33-2t
We can se1l you goods any way you
want them, by the case, barrel, box, 106
pounds or one pound, and make the
prices all right. People's Grocery. Chas.
F. Cogewell, proprietor. It
Olives, Olive Oil, Salad Dressing, To-
mato Catsup, Tomato Relish, etc. Peo-
ple's Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswoll, proprie-
tor. It
Sauer Kraut, at Randolph & Co.'s.
M. T. Joiner's headquarters for Sin-
ger Sewing Machine suppli3 has been
moved to Miss Gerard's store. Call or
send there for what you x .it. 31-tIf


All kinds of Tablets, at all
prices, at Hill & Co.'s.

Accept only the


Trading Stamps.


sorts of

Green


We are


here to stay.

If you want anything in Cut Glass,
Sweeting's is the place.
The Green Trading Stamps cost you
noting. why not trade with the mpr-
chants who give them. 32-4t
Hill & Co. keeps the books school chil-
dren want.
School Supplies.
Hill & Co.'s is headquarters for all
school supplies. Don't fail to call on
him.
The Kyle Hay Press for sale, at Yae-
ger's. In the reach of ex ery former.
Ralston Hialth Club Flour, Breakfast
Food and Barclay Food, at Randolph &
Co.'s.
Loaded Shells for bats at Yeager's.


Graham Flour, at Randolph & Co.'s.
Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberts', on
Adams street, corn, oats, hay, bran,
cooked cow feed, flour in barrel and half
barrels. Besides this you will always
find a choice line of groceries, cheap.
41-tf
Parties desiring to have hay baled will
call on or write J. G. Collins. New, lat-
est improved machine. Will go to your
place and do work reasonable. 20-tf
New Evaporated Apples, at Randolph
& Co.'s.
You have the choic- of Sweeting's
elegant Christmne goods for your Trad-
ing Stamp Books. 32-4t
Cane Mills and Sugar Kettles for sale
at lowest prices, by L. C. Yaeger.
Half and one gallon tins for putting up
syrud at Ball, Demilly & Co.'s. I-35t
Wanted,
Everybody to be cured Ly 'sing Lin
con's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold
and guaranteed by VWigiA f Bhro.'s,
Dre'ygises.
School Supplies.


Hill & Co.'s is headquarters for all
school supplies. Don't fa;l t call on
him.
The best place in town to buy Wagons,
Buggies and Harness is at the. well
known Hardware House of L. C. Yae-
ger.
FOR SALE-150 bales straw hay and
350 bushels feed oats. Leave orders at
this office or direct J. G. Collins, Tv'la-
hassee, Fla.
Cranberries, at Randolph & Co.'s.


SCHRADER


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


Schrader's Drug and Seed Store.

Look out for a nice lot of fresh Ca'i-
fornia fruits, at T. B. Byrd's Thursday
or Friday.
Wood Wood!! Wood 1!
All kinds of wood-lono, cut or split-
delivered to any part of city on short
notice by telephones No. 41 Wood Yard,
or 87, at the plant of Taylor & Child.
Thanking my customers for past favors,
I am respectfully, G. H. AvzRn t.
80-4
Notice to the Public.
*** l-, t me


To fly Frieads at d Custoers.
I leave today for the markets and ex-
pct to purchase two cars of mules and
ore., and will keep on hand at all times
a large lot to select from. So when
needing horses or mules give me a call,
and I will guarantee to please you.
Thanking you for past favors, and solic-
;ting your future business, I am very
truly yours, A. S. W .LLS.
Tailalhnaee, Sept. 22, 1900. 31-tf
A fresh lot of elegant crisp crackers,
all varieties, packages and bu 1k, just in
at T.B.Byrd's.
Shingles for sale, at Yaeger's. It
Fresh
Nvnal1y Candies, by Erp-eas covry
eek, at Wight d4 Dro.'s, Druggists.
R. L. Collins is selling Hawke's glasses

at $1.00 per pair. Elsewhere they cost
you $2.00 for the same identical glasses.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascaret&
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail,
druggists refund money.
On account of running short of dry
plates, and having to turn away so
many of our customers, we will con-
tinue to make- Cabinet Photos at $1.98
per dozen. Half Cabinets at $1.00 per
dozen, until Oct. 20, 1900.
MULLJKIN BROS.
33-* Photographers.

You can get whatever you want in the
grocery line, and at prices you can stand,
quality of course considered, at The
People's Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswell.
proprietor. It
Notice, King's Daughters.
The Annual Bazar will be held by the
King's Daughters on the 14th day of De-
cember. 1900, at the Armory. All mem-
bers of the Circle are hereby notified to
have their contributions of fancy work
in readiness to be delivered to the Busi-
ness Manager, Miss Mary S. Lewis, not
later than the 7th day of December.
Contributions of the same nature from
friends outside of the order are earnestly
solicited. By order
MRS. E. G. CHESLEY,
33-tf Leader.
For Sale,


Stylish young combination horse. Ap-
ply to P. W. Wilson. 33-1m*
Spend your cash with men who are up
to date, and give Trading Stamps. 32-4t
When you want Loaded Shells don't
forget that Yaeger keeps them-all sizes.
Miss. Blake's Sanitarium.
Next door north of Leon Hotel, open all
the year. Graduate nurses and first-
class accommodations. For particulars
apply to
MIss SALLIE E. BLAKE, Proper.
31-6m Tallahassee, Fla.
New and Second Hand School Books,
at Hill's.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c
or 25c. If C. C. '.. fail to cure, drug-
gists refund onev.


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H awe's Hats.
I am agent for Hawes celebrated $3.00
Hat, and are now showing all the latest
fall shapes in Derbys and Alpines-ab-
solutely the best $3.00 Hat made.


33-1m


D. B. MEGINNISS, Jr.


FiU Talor Low Prices.
Cleaning and Repairing.


Capital Tailoring Co.,
Next to Expn-ss o)tic:..


A Big Line of 5c....

Toilet Soap; can't be beat
for the money.


Tallahassee Drug Co.


For Sale !
Shay Tram Engine and
Car. All in good running
order. Can be bought at a


bargain.


the
Re-


Address

LEVY BROS.,
Tallahassee, Fla.


Huyler's Candies

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You Reap What You Sow
in the variety, quality and qut ity of
your garden and farm prod ui. and
our choice garden and flower = will
be sure to give results that wil Kratify
and please you by their size aRd de-
liciousness. We have all kind.'f gar-
den seeds, but only one qual and:
that is the best. Grown b Robt.
Buist & Co. Fresh this week. r:
WIGHT & BRO.
aularion is Endorsed by the best flysiciz a
and guaranteed to cure Chills, FPeveraxdr
Ague. All druirgists or froni Moffit-.
West Drug Co., St. Loumi.
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name of plan; in sealed envelope
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mineral Springs Hotel,
F. DUKE, Proprietor.

rday; $8.00 per week; $25.00
;30.00 per month.

give i families or parties.
s at Sopchoppy Station on Carrabelle, Talla-
oarl.
Excursion Rates.
w giving the follow ir low round trip rates
I to return from Saturlay until Monday, li.25 ;
gol) I until Septemnbe,, Q'..50.
I Modern Conveniences.
been enlarged. new mineral and salt water
1 water in all rooms: b;.ths also given in lIotel;
shullie boartL and in fact all modern vonve-
hotel building. Telephone co.'uectio4r with
mails, etc. Cuisine thel Ibt.
Lion, address
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
Panacea, Fla.


S. P. ROZ

Udrtakor & Furnc
TAT T.AHASSEE,
Next door to Gilmor & Davis Co., opposite






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Witht Brom. Drug Store.


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Keeps in stock all of Undertaking Supplies, and guarantees satis-
faction. A portion of yor patronage is solicited, and all orders will receive
promp attention. I

Real Estate Agency,
TAT. ATTASSKI::, FLORIDA.
200,000 acres of ltimbered Land for sale in Middle, Est and West
Fl rida, in tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres,
at reasonable prices; rtd according to timber, location, etc.
Also desirable cityand suburban Residences and 'nilding Lots in and
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affections of the

THROAT or LUNG
S Large Bottles, 25c.
SAVmIS LAWRM.C Co.. Ta
aM Pop erry lD iPain1laer.



MADE HER FORTUNE. |
emeaudl eme*U stepa That Garw
Ma d W er a Paep T Renamm e.
afpeaking ot luck," said a remiia-s
-mat man, "reminds me of how fortune
ame to a-boarding house keeper in a
m= town where I once lived. There
amme to the house when he first struck
he town a new millband This bood-
r seemed at first Just like any o~.er
7@mgi man with a good appetite, out
at whom the profit to be made was
lMWy to be small, but It was speedily
discovered tat he was a man of a il-
Kjt and promise, who was likely to ret
-i at the mill. He made great pItg-
wea at the works. It wasn't long -e-
hfre he was at the head of the sect-on
ot the forge department there, the bass,
nt fact, of the four ton hammets.
"As far as he was concerned the
thing that marred his happiness as
the toughness of the steaks they
at the boarding house, and that ey
re tough nobody could deny. ut
l] was equal to the occasion there as
]he had proved himself to be at he

"'Madam,' he said one day to e
landlady, 'if you will let me take e
steaks you buy before you cook the I
wll make them just as tender as
be without any cost to you wh

"Now, he had paid his board regu r-
ly, and he was at that moment vi l-
ly the star boarder. The land y
handed him the next morning with ut
hesitation the bundle of steaks jus as
It came from the butcher, and the -
mnet boss just took 'em over to the
this being before the regular sta ng
time in the morning, and, adjust ng
one of the four ton hammers to ab ut
the right gauge, started it up and an
the steaks a couple of times under he
hammer.
"Good? Why, they were just si t ly
beautiful, and every morning after at
the genial hammer boss used to un
across to the mill before breakfast nd
quietly, without the knowledge of y

Mr. H. A. Pass, Bowman, Ga., es:
"One of my children was very i-
cate and we despaired of raising it. or
months my wife and I could hardly et
a night's rest until we began the of
Pitt's Carminative. We found re-
lief from the first bottle." Pitts' ar-
minative acts promptly and cures r-
manently. It is pleasant to the te.
and children take it without coaxin It
is free from injurious drugs anl c


me, run the landlady's steaks b
-ad forth once under the four ton
mer. The fame of the landlady's
4we steaks grew rapidly, as did
matnrally, the number of her
Aid so she accumulated wealth."- w
York Sun.

HOW TURKS EAT.


abey W No Tables, UChaim, KUat
Forks or Platen.
The Turks use no tables In ir
homes and chairs are unknown, ye
Landon Answers. Instead there a
hge wooden frame built in the m le
of the room, about 18 inches high, d
when the family assembles to ne
cushions are brought, placed upon e
frame, and on these the members t
themselves, tailor fashion, form a
circle around a large tray which
pies the center.
The tray is a very large w en,
plated or silver affair, according to he
social and financial condition of ee
family, and thereon is deposited a a-
paclious bowL About it are ed
saucers of sliced cheese, ancho ca-
viare and sweetmeats of all sorts. n-
terspersed with these are goble of
sherbet, pieces of hot unleavened b ad
and a number of boxwood
with which to drink the soup.
Knives, forks and plates do not g-
ure in the service, but each one a
napkin spread upon his knees, an v-
ery one, armed with a spoon., Ip
himself.
When this Is consumed, the bo is
borne away, and another great sb
takes its place. This time It is a n-
glomeration of substantial, all sted
up together, such as mutton, gam or
poultry. The mess has been divided
by the cook into small portions, wlch
are dipped up with the aid of a soon
or with the fingers. U
For the host to fish out of the mim a
wing or leg of a fowl and present to
a guest is considered a grept co pli-
ment, and for a Turk of high degr to
roll a morsel between his fingers nd
then put it into the mouth of a vilitor
is looked upon as the height of fvor
and good manners.

Catarrh Cannot, be Cpred
with local applications, as they ca4not
reach the seat of the disease. Ca hrr
is a blood or constitutional disease and
in order to cure it you must take i ter-
nal remedies. Hall's Catarih Cu is
taken internally, and acts director on
the blood and mucous surfaces. all's


a -OsD 1De
A man who lives on as up tow
street where the houses cot from -
-W00 U was surprised not long go by
nsetlg a man knogn to all New- York-
em who patronise a well known res-
taurant coming from a hose several
doors below him with an air of proprie-
torship. This rtarant employee
stood on the sldewalk for a Jew mo-
menta and gaed, dmtrnsgly at his
bouse and then 'at ts respectable
neighbors. .Por many years he has
oeen connected -with a certain New
York restaurant as an attendant, and
his fees have been pnerous. He knew
an its patrons by name, and his polite-
ne and *ger** to render service
have made him we liked. Wonrilng
it this restaurant attendant, whom he
knew only by his first name, could by
any possibility have rented a house on
that street, the old riesdent came out to
satisfy his curlosit.
: "Hello." he said. "What are you do-
Ing up here?"
"Gopd morning. Mr. Blank," said the
restaurant attendant. "How do you
like my new house? I have just
bought it because 4 think that my fam-
Ily will like this neighborhood. You
are perhaps aware that my tips have
been generous for many years, and I
can now afford to live in this house
very easily."
His questioner iad no objection to
him as a neighbor, and he congratulat-
ed the restaurant attendant on his
prosperity. The house had actually
been bought by tips. for its owner's
salary probably averaged about $15 a
mr..r -Maw Vnrk inn.

Do not get scored if your heart
troubles you. "Moqt likely you suffer
from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you eat. and gives the worn
out stomach perfect' rest. It is the only
preparation known that completely di-
gests all classes of foods; that is why it
cures the worst cases of indigestion and
stomach trouble after everything else
has failed. It may be taken in all con-
ditions and cannot help but do you good.
All Dealers.
Juat L4lle a Man.
Biggs (to cabman)-What will you
charge to take me and- my wife to
Blank's hotel?
Cabman-One dollar, sir.
Biggs-And how much for taking me
alone?
Cabman-The same-one dollar.
Biggs (to his wife)-There, my dear,
you see how much you are valued at-
Chicago News.

I and My.
The pronouns "I" and "my" are
greatly to be avoided in general con-
versation. "I" do this or that; "my"
children are so and so; "my" cook,
"my" house, "my" equipages-such
iteration sets terribly on the nerves of
the listener, besides being in very bad
- -- .. 'r*.n"m

When you cannot sleep for coughing,
it is hardly necessary that any one
should tell you that you need a few'
doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to allay the irritation of the throat, and
make sleep possible. It is geod. Try it.
For sale by Wight & Bro. and all med-
icine dealers. -
A Green Hand.
Re was a new freight handler.
"Load those barrels in that ear," or-
dered the freight agent
"0' can't load barrels in that car,
sor," responded the new man.
"Why not?"
"It's a box car, sor."-Chicago News.

The Adirondack mountains embrace
an area of over 2,800,000 acres, and in,
this area fully 300 mountain peaks rise
to altitudes ranging from 1,200 to 5.000
feet.

Pew things are Impossible in them-
selves. It is not so much means as
perseverance that is wanting to bring!
them to a successful slasue.

"For three days and nights I suffered
agony untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cucum-


hers." says M. E. Lowther, clerk of the
district court, Centerville, Iowa. "I
thought I should surely die, and tried a
dozei different medicines but all to no
purpose. I sent for a bottle of Cham-
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and three doees relieved me en-
tirely." This remedy is for sale by
Wight & Bro. ana all medicine dealers.


TWREE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING.
berias a time of mmlcng
When tha jubilant. newbom day
d the wpal tieta o approaching dawa
As yet 041m far away.
b the etea drny is movement.
No glow, bat impending change.
MThoWe ia filled with echoes;
fhmtiar rooms look amage.
Sip back the bolts and leave them;
Steal out beneath the sky:
Stand alone in a unknownwl4 "
Of awful purity.
Stand alone with folded hands,
wait for the gift of wings,
Wait to be lifted higher, ;
Near the heart of things
The heavens are clear and moonlit
Though the moon is on the wane;
The wind that wailed throughout the night
Drops with a bsih of pai
A vague alarm is crepinig
Over the tields and lawn;
Time paues night ias our,
And yet It is not dawn. .
Away down in the past ur
The cattle turn and moanu;
All living things' are troubli.d
With a serde of the unknown.
For they with eyes may se" now,
And they who 'qu,,tion lIrow.
Make the -ost of the haal ir" hour;
The east begins to glow I

The east is all in tumult.
The charmed hour is past
For, breaking up the quiet skies.
The day appears at last.
-Olive Molesworth in Chambers' Journal.

PAYING FOR A MEAL.

It Was Worth na hlllng to Pick
Thone Bor:esi.
Colonel Ehet i-zer Sproa'n. of Revolu-
tionary fame. was born; andl bred in
Middleboro. Mass. ie was always
fond of a joke andl wa'is (iuick to st-izre
an opportunity to( itdutcge his propen-
sity. as the followir,. incident. related
by Dr. Hildrelh. wvll illustrates. His
father, also a Colonel Sproat. kept a
tavern. One day while Ebenezer was
at home on a furlough three private
soldiers, on their return from the seat
of war, called for a cold luncheon.
Mrs. Sproat set on the table somp

Dr. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville, Va.,
writes: "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure in my practice among severe cases
of indigestion and find it jan admirable
remedy." Many hundreds of physicians
depend upon the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure in stomach troubles. It digests
what you eat, and allows you to eat all
the good food you need, providing you do
not overload your stomach. Gives in-
stant relief and a permanent cure. All
Dealers. I

read ano eneese with the remnants of
the family dinner, which her son
thought rather scanty fare for hungry
men. He felt a little vexed that the
defenders of the country were not
more bountifully supplied. The sol-
diers, after satisfying their appetites.
asked him how much they should pay.
lbenezer said he would ask his moth-
er. He found her in the kitchen.
"Mother," he said. "how much is it
worth to pick those bones?"
"About a shilling, I guess." she an-
swered.
The young officer returned to the sol-
diers, anid, taking from the barroom till
3 shillings and smiling genially upon
them. gave each man one and with
-good wishes sent them on their way.
Mrs. Sproat soon after came in and
asked Ebeneper what he had done with
the money for the soldiers' dinner.
In apparent amazement he exclaim-
ed: "Money! Did I not ask you what
It was worth to pick those bones; and
you said a shilling? I thought it little
enough, for the bones were pretty bare,
and I handed the men the money
from the till and they are gone."
Mrs.' Sproat could not find heart to
reprove her favorite son for this mis-
interpretation of her words, and then
she. too, loved a Joke. and so. after an
Instant's glum look. she laughed and
said it was all right.-Youth's Conm-
panion.


Don't be deceived or humbugged by
people who claim the discovery of some
hitherto unknown herb or root in


swamps, or on some mountain or prare
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.


BRAIN I
Ao
4 ~ sYSTE


That old sore or ulcer, which has been sore of pain, worrand anxiety to you for
five or ten years- maybe longer -doemn't ha be e you are not ag the proper treat-
ment, but are trying to cure it with slves and Whil theothig and relieve
pain to some extent, no real, permanent good r fI e rom their e, because the disem r s
is in the blood ar far te reach of
A sore heals p y when the blood iin.od omn but wer if it is disemed.
tendency of these old and ukcers is to worse, spreading and eating into the
They are a m nt upon the system, dally but sure rn the health ana te ver
A person's capacityfor k or pleasureis lo t in the great and searh for npethi
S. S. S. makes a and perma t e of old sores and ulcers, and is the only medicia
does, because no other c. reachdeeted b troubles. Ordinary Sarsaparilla and potaeh ni
are too weak and watey to oWrcme a dead posoe that has taken posse.."r of theblood. I
i waste valuable time e- nmi ing with them.


Sand
trouble, and forced the
have perfect use of the leg,,
S. S. S. isthe only
is made of roots and he
which no poison ca n
clears the blood of all morbid, unhealthy hum
At the same time the general health is inv
or hurt fails to heal readily, you may be
put it in order and keep it so.
Our Medical Department is in charge of
blood diseases a life study. If you will write
furnish all information or advice wanted, with

In speaking or tne iate tanara asmin In t
the Louisville Courier-Journal says c
that when be first sought a position in
a newspaper office after graduating Thor
.*om Dartmouth college he entered the
netum wvith an air of condescension. -
e wore a silk tile and a velvet jacket. T
. e said heb would like to be dramatic the
kilo
citor, but be was given a place on the serve
Leal staff. In less than six months he i lld
the
v as made city editor. After that his dere
rise in journalism was rapid. is h
DIi M1


Probably.
"That Baltimore woman who gave
fier pet monkey a first class funeral
must have been greatly attached to the
animal."
"Yes: it probably gave her a regular
monkey wrench to part with it."-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.

According to the ancient Chinese
writers, the chronology of that country
goes back 2.2;7.01l) years.


Legal Advertisements.


TNI)DER AND BY VIRTUE OF A WARR \NT
Slotlued by the Comptroller of the State of
1 lorida bearing date tVie 5th d*' of Octoler. A.
D. 1892 and directed ta me as sheriff of Leon
county. Florida. and therein and then-by coni -
mandlina nie as sheriff as aforesaid to co;lert
from the Florida central l and Peninsular Rail-
io-id Company formnnerly known a.s the Florida
Railway and Navigation Company em bracing the
lines or divisions thenrof, known a., the Jaeksona-
vilie. Pensacola and Mobile Railroad, the Flor-
ida Central and Western Railroad. the Florida
Central Railroad. the Atlantic Gulf and West
India Transit Railroad, by levy and sale of the
sffop, fixtures, rolling stock or any parr, thereof
or the entire roador such part thereof as may be
located in this State belonging to said company
the sum of ninety-six thousand one hundred and
eighty-one dollars and sixty- nine cent-, (141, 181. -
W9) that being the amount of Stae Sand county
taxes assessed against the Florida Railway and
Naviglion Company embracing the lines or di-
visions thereof formerly known as the Jackson-
ville Pensacola and Mobile Railroad, the Flor-
ida Central and Western Railroad, the Florida
Central Railroad, and the Atlantic Gulf and
West India Transit Railroad, now constituting
the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. un-
der the provisions of Chapter 3558, Laws of
Florida, for the years 1879, 1880 and 1881.
which amount is now due and unpaid, together
with the costs and expenses of sale as provided
by law, 1 have levied upon and will sell in front
of the court house door In the city of Tallahassee
during the legal boars of sale on Monday the 5thl
day of November, a. D.1900. the following de-
scribed property of the said Florida Central and
Peninsular Railroad Company, to wit: The rail-
road from Jacksonville to Chattahoochee river
with branches to Monticello and St. Marks, in-
cluding the road bed, right-of- way, rolling stock.
depots, shops and appurtenances; also the rail-
road from Fernandina to Cedar Keys and from
Waldo to Ocala including the road bed, right-o0-
way, rolling stock, depots, shops anid appurteni-
ances. This 2d day of October, A. D. 1900.
JOHNA. PEARCE,
32-4t Sheriff Leon County. Florida.

FORECLOSURE SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE,
rendered on the 13th day of September, A.
D. 1900, by the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida. in and for the county of
Leon, in chancery sitting, in a certainn cause
pending therein, wherein Elizabeth R. McNicol is
complainant and James H. Kelly and John A.
Pearce, Sheriff. as ex-officio administrator of
the estate of Eliza J. Savio, are defendants, I have
levied upon and will sell at public outcry before
the court house door. in the City of TallahasNsce,
in said county, to the highest bidder for cash. on
the 5th day of November, A. D. 1900. the same
being legal sale's day, during the legal hours of
sale, all that certain tract or iarcel of laud situ-
ate, lying and being in the said county of Leon,
and known and described-as follows, to- wit: Lot
Number two (2) of subdivision of the east half of
southeast quarter of section one (1), township
one (1) south, range one ,1) west. containing
twenty t20) acres, more or 1- ss, and shown: by
map or plat rec-ided in I-ed Book Z,. page l;;i:,
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for
said county of Leon. Purchaser to lay for deeds.
This 3d day of October. A. D. i!K).
GEORuE It. PERKINS.
Special Master in Chancery.
Jos. A. EDMONI soN,
Solicitor for Complainant. 32- 5t

State Election, 1900.

CoUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE, J
October 1, l.i1Xx.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
County Commissioners held this day, it is
ordered that the followed named electors be and
are hereby appointed as Inspectors and Cl,-rks of
Election to be held on Tuesday. the (itil day of
November. A. D. 1900. and for the several idlec-
tion Districts of said county, viz:
Precinct No. 1--Inspectors. T P Strickland,
L 0 Maxwell, Henry Cromartic: C W Bell, Clerk.
Precinct No. 2--Inspectors, D F Gramling, C J
Rupp, Griffin Davis: E R Murray. Clerk.
Precinct No. 3-- Inspectors, Geo F Smithson, E
R bills, Henry Williams; J R Bradley. Clerk.
Precinct No. 4--Inspectors, W T Gramling, J
N Saunders, Lafayette Burney: W H Averett,
Clerk.
Precinct No. 5--Inspectors. H C alillingsley, W
H Burney, Frank Hall; E F Billingsley. Clerk.
Precinct No 6--Inspectors, D G Chaires, C J En-
gli.sh, Neely Speed :Ormond Chaires, Clerk.
Precinct No.7--Inspectors, J R Combs, F E
Craig, Geo W Dennis; B A Radford. Clerk.
Precinct No. 8--Inspectors, E B Eppes, J E
Whitehead. Geo W McGrifl; C D Johnson, Clerk.
Precinct No. 9 .Inspectors, E M Mabry. W H
Willis, Alex Ford; T G iawls, Clerk.
Precinct No. 10-- Inspectors. W r Moore, Green
E Johnson, Steve Powell; Elijah Johnson, Clerk.
Precinct No. 11--Inspectors, N S Johnson, J
M Vinson, Richard Jenkins;GG Gibbs, Clerk.
Precinct No. 12--Inspectors. L A Perkins, A
H Williams, John Smith; N N McGrift. Clerk.
Farninit MN 1-'.T.neotrna D V I an.- nkh..


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F Yomago I wa shot in

ed to ge it a triaL T
ot oy blo ond: ma
hich was woea amazed
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he left leg, receiving whatI considered only light wom
me a geat deal of pain. I was treated by 7y dsoc
me did me any good. I had heard& & S. h Ouy r
result was truly gratifying. & S'S. seemed to gt riht
the ore upand wa eMM oun ad weS n
stiff for a long time. JEL McBMAVn, Iawrqaceb&rg, i


vrey vegetUia yaoo purinr KownU ; ;
Sof wonderful purifying properties,
st. S. S. S. quicklyand effectually
rs, and the old, troubleome sore heals.
and built up. Why a little scratch
your blood is bad. TS. S. will soon

perienced physicians,: who have made
em about your case, they will gladly ,
many charge whatever. Address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ITLANTA.
--4


te Circuit Court of thK Second Judi-
i Circuit of Florida an and for the
unty of Leon.-In Chancery.
as A. Hill Complainant |
vs. q Divorce I
r Hill Defendant. ,
HAVING BEEN MADE APPEAR BY
ie affidavit of attorney for complainant that
,sidence of said defendant Mary Hill is un-
'u; that there is no person said State, the
'a of a subpoena upon w min would bind
defendant: and that said fcndant is over
ieof twenty-one verms. I is therefore or-
that said defentlant Ma Hill be and she
el)y reIuired t t herein on Monday. the :';av y of Deccm-
A.. 1. l!i: anil that th order he pub-
Sonce : week for eight su *essive week4 in
;Weekly Tallaht.secani"' a newspaper
-h'dl in the city of T;iaalia-se iu said,
_ess Council A. Bryan Clqrk of said Court
and tle seal there.T this :l day- of
.] October, A. I) O.N!O-
.CouNCIL. lKBRYAN.
Clerk.
of Florida. I
ty of I lo. I Council A Itrvan, Clerk of
ir(-uit Court in antld for the.-Iounty aforesaid.
I'eby certify that the ;it ov and foregoing is
copy of tIle urigii a' order of publication ini
co lionhomas A. Hlill Mary lhill, of
I and on tile ;ii imy office. :
itimony hereof I liav- herminton et my h:i-d
and allixel thie 'a*l of said court
..] tli;s;3ddayof ()tAAIir. A. I) liNs.
'OUNS(tL A. liRYAN,
n. lerk.


| MASTER'S NALE.
1) VIRTUE (,F A DiECREI. OF FORtl('LO-
Sire of the (ircuit Court oflhe Second Judi"
cial 'ircuit o01 Florida, ii chani-jry for tlh; county
of I -on thereof, iii a ;('ct-l cause pemrding,
whe -in William n I. Rtldfr. iiucomplainant and
Will in H. At illis is defendant Il have levied onil
alid ill inake public sale bvfoie the court house
doo t Tallahassee, in said c )niity, on Monday,
the h day of November, 1 I at 12o'clock in ,
the blowing descriled prol-rtf. as described in
the mortgage. an.a in baid decr u as the proiKrty
of s. defendant: -
TI tract of land beginning ft a stake at water
line f Lake Overstrect. a id northwest corner to
six 'n acres conveyed bv Tofias P'aine to An.
dret Paine. thence pat' with lAn(rew laiine's
nHOrt line to his northeast corner five hundred
and ixty yards, thence north ,rventy yards to a
sitak thence west to said lake then with said
lake to point of beginning, containing eight
acre more or IeLs: inlso two l*res, as follows:
Heg minig at a stake at water liWe on east side of
Tur y lake, alias Lake Hall, ad the northwest
corn rof a tract of two acres, coiveyed by Tobias
Panm to Andreiv Paine. thenceecastone hundred
and rty yards to a stake on saM Andrew Paine's
nor line. thence no-th seventh yards to a stake,
thie west one hundred and forty yards to said
Tur eyv lake, thence with said lake south to place
of inning. t
Te cash. Purchaser to pW- for stamps and
tile L. M. SCjaBOROUGH,
ot oe3d, 1900, Master.



notice of Election.


HREAS, THE LEGISL TURL OF 1899,
under the Constitution of 1885, of the State
of did pass four Joint. Resolutions pro-
g Amendments to the C nstitution of the
S of Florida, and the same rere agreed to by
av of three-fifths of all the embers elected to
House; that the vote on aid Joint Resolu-
tio were entered upon their repeclive Journals,
wi the yeas a d nays thereon and they dlid de-
e and direm that the saidoint Resolutions
be bmitted to the electors o the State at the
r Election in November,900.
Nr w, therefore, IJohn L, Crawford, Secre-
re y of State of the State of Plorida, do hereby
giv notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION
wil held in each county iPl Florida on Tues
day ext succeedling the first Monday in Novem-
ber A. D. 1900, the said Tu ay being the
SIXTH DAY OF NOfEMBER,
for the ratification or rejectioof the said Joint
Residutions proposing Amend nts to the Consti -
tutin of the State of Florida, z.:
ARTICLE XV.
T at the following amendme t to the Constitu-
tio f the State of Florida I and the same is
he by agreed to and Phall b submitted to the
el of the State at the Ge ral Election, A.
D. 900, for ratification or rej ition.
tion 4, Article V'I, of t e Constitution of
the te of Florida is iereby mended so as to
rea as follows:
Caton 4. Where any Se trial District is
co osed of two or more counts, tne counties of
whi h such district consists, 1 not be entirely
se by any county bel iging to another
dis ict. Any new county tha may be created,
sha be entitled to one imemb rin the House of
Re eentatives. in excess of t e limit lprescribled
in tion 2 of this Article uiil the apportion-
me following next thereaftk. and shall be as-
si d when created to one of *e adjoining Sen-
ato District as shall be -termined by the
atue.
ARTICLE XVI.J
T at the following Amendn-nt to the Consti-
tut n of the State of Florida ae and is hereby
ar d to, aud.shall be submited to the electors
ot t e State at the General El tion to be held on
the rst Tuesday after the fir Monday in No-
ve r, A. D. 1900, for raji cation or rejec-
tion 25 of Article III of sid Constitution be
an is hereby amended so as Uiread as follows:
tion 25. The Legislaturet shall provide by
ge ral law for incorporating'i.uch educational,
Sultural, mechanical, m(sing, transporta-
tio mercantile and other u eful companies or
tions as may be deem necessary: but it
sa not pass any special law n any such sub-
" and any such special w shall be of no
efl t; Provided, however, Ti nothing herein
ha preclude special legisla as to a univer-
sit r the public schools, or to a ship canal
Sss the State.
ARTICLE XVI:


rat the following Amendm
ot the State of Florida I
by agreed to and shall
rsof the State at the GI
ber, A. D. 190, for rn
Ution 5 of Article VIII o
I e and in Iahpwhw a-w ,A


It to the Codstitu-
t and the same is
submitted to the
Real Election in
inflation or rejec-
lthe Oonstlttlan
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dton of] 902, shall be filled b Pppotmentb
Governor as now provided by law.
ARTICLE XVIjI
That the following Amendrient to theCng
tuition of the State of Florida be and the af
hereby agreed to, and shall b. submitted to
eletors of the State at tte t Gahneral Elect"i
November, A. D. 1900, for rt.tification orf
tion.
Section 12 of Article XVI bf the Conitie
of the state of Florida is ameed to read be
lows: r
Se tion 12. The present sea f the state
remain the seal of the S'at of Kioria.
State Flag shall be of the following prop-o
and description: DIepth to be ti rt- fouirthsa
of fly. The 'eal ofthe4'tateofj.i.mcter one-
the fly, in the centre of a wI-lite roud. i
tars. in width one-eighth ti l. enhtl of fly
tending frcm each corner to, ard the cenntM
the outer rim of the seal.
The votes cast in complianee with s:iid proaii
Amendments, and the canvas. ,Icelarattows
returns thereof, shall be sub. t.l to the n
r regulations and res.trictionss are provided
law for General Elections in the Mate crf Fnr,*
In Testimony Whereof, I havit herullnutse
hand ana atlixed thl (<;re:t 'al atlO
State of Florida, ;at '.al)lal'ee, i
LL. S.] Capital, this the zti4 Lay of '
A D. 1900. .A
JOIIX L. ('RAWFORD,
'cretary of .ta
To JOHN A. P'EUE. FR Sherfir Lecn county.
August 1, 1, N)--_-.2:'d
Administration Notice.
ALL PEttSON:- HAVIN(f ANY CLAM
a1 a ainst the e-tate of B. A. M.jiniijs
oe Leon county. State of Florid:li, 'e:icised
hereby called upon to prestnit thit -ame d
verifited to .the i:idlersigned._ within twonM
after the first publication hcrof. ;inld in ,i-IAa
thereof this notice will lie l'-arle'dl in lerof pay
melit. and all persons it.ibtc l to the .deenI
or hi' estate are requ hted to 4slike ianmaijt -iy
incut.
Tallahassee, Aug. 31, ]IMM) -
G. W. SAXAN,
Ail;niiii-trator.
W illiam D. Il tihll li a,
'Compintrll r. et ,et :ti.. 1
V-. niierill Sa:ie.
The Florida, central a;ldt I
Peninsular aillioai l
UNNDIltAN1) lBY Vllt'rl't1(F" F)Ilt EX -
cutions 1s-t'ued by the ilo>nirorable Suprem
(Court of tle .taUe o0 Floridi,. Iearin- ditate d
September 2Sth. A. I). lNcMtonina.1,linl Ime
Sheritl'oi the :uprine 'ourit di tile -tate of Ft.
ida that of the gols, clhattlcs, l..ins Ia d teat
ments of ith Florida C('etr;l alid 'enian-allr
Railroad Colt lIn it. a corlhirationi uti.ndrtlmehm
of thle ktte of Florida that I a;llms. to bemSO
the sum ol six hundreds and ninety-one and.
I(M) (4;91.;32) dollars and tcoatM it exectttion sI
have this day levicli up)n andt will sell in fll
of court house do.ir in the city of Tallaha
during the legal- hours of sale pit Monday theM
day of November, A. D. I!9NN thie folloAVimn&
sciibed property of the said Florida CentralI
Peninsular Railroad Company, to- wit: The
situated in Leon county, Stat-4 of Fl6rida. .'
This October2d A. D. 19Ut.
JOHN A. PEARCE.
Sheriffot Supreme Court of the State of FAh.
STATEMENT.
Made Under Section 35, Chapter 4115, IM
of Florida,(1893.)
Showing the amount of tax3s charged to t
Tax Collector of Leon county. Florida, to M
collected for the current year l,99, and 1t
apportionment of the same to the sevu.
funds for which ouch taxes ave .been levity
including poll tax with county school fund.
Total amount charged fortaxess 19.t .881 I
Total collected to July 3, 1900 ......... 17,315 I
Balance................................ 5 3,6E
A tPORTIONMErT.


General revenue.......
Ain't paid to July 3, V.1900..
Sinking and Interest Fund
Ain't paid to July 3, 1900..
Fines and Forfeitures.....
Am't paid to July 3, 19)10..
Roads and Bridges........
Am't paid to July 3, 1900..
County School Tax .......
Ain't paid to July 3. PO.0..


W"n49964
5,73 1- ,
imb 28
5010 (NJ-
2.791 41
-2,:a.2 42-
212;' 13
1,447 .4--
: 7,414l :pj-


58


Attest: COUtCIL A. BKTAX
Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Aeon county, VA



Notice of Election,

To the Sherif of" Lein ('o'nty, 01
the S'tate of l'lori'ida:
BE IT KNOWN, THAT I, .JOHN L. CRAW-
ford, Secretary of State of i:he stc-ef Fl f
ida, do hereby give notice th t :
GENERAL ELECTION
Will be held in Leon county, .tat' of Florslt
on Tuesday next sucte'edini "tinltfir-t M10ailays
November, A. D. 11P00, the said Ti-h'ylalVL
the
SIXTH DAY OFNOVE1:Mt;rI,
For four (4' Presidemitial EUctors:
For one Representative o( tlh Ii;r-t con:ff
sional District of Florida, in tihe I. tiy-sec
Congress of the U'nited tates-.
For governorr of the State o01 ['l-ri,:Li.
For Secretary of the state the .-tateof FlF
ida.
For Attorney-General of th, State of FloridLa
For Comptroller of the Statee > Florida.
For Treasurer of State of FIcioi la.
For Superintendent of Puipic lu>trictioat
the State of Florida.
For Commissioner of Agriculture of the
of Florida.
For Justice of the Supreme Court of thetis
of Florida.
For one Railroad Commissioner for the St**
Florida.
For two Members of the House of lepresl
tives of the State of Florida.
For County Judge.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
For Sheriff.
For Tax Assessor.
For Tax Collector.
For County Treasurer.
For County Superintendeit of Public I18W
tion. "
For County Surveyor.
For Justice of the Peace in and for the
ing Justice Districts, viz: Mos. 1,2,3,4,A
Sa0


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ide of many wine As
the principal cities
is often to Ix seen
An cocher fidele ("
her"): beneath It
red, hat In hand.
eman and lady. the
a purse forgotten
of the vehicle. This
on of the artist, no
e restaurant or wine
er the coachman wit
ttle. but a reality w
and of which the coc
t to be proud.
iybody who has live
lme in Paris will iud
t. Who has not for-
la, a walking stick, a
[me little object on t
public vehicle? An
his property restored
ing taken the num


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1>Ia- :* a the
p:vi'* -* i ... : : 'o: '1 o jects
found in li';hlic (airrln-;.v, are depquit-
ed and arrang.d ai<.oirtinf to the date
and hour at which they Wvere brought
In, one is able lirumpt!y to regain pos-
session of hlis lost property.
This refth!ts gre:it orc(lit- on the
Paris "c:.lili's." few of hom, by the
way, are boru i'arisians.-Harper'a
Weekly.
Not a Coodi coM.=,W...*
"Well. sir." remarked the observant
passenger, after watching the conduct-
or collect eight fares and ring up five,
"you need never be afraid of being
struck by lightning."
"Why not?' asked the trusted em-
ployee.
"Pecause," replied the observant pas-
senger. "t is evident you are not a
good conductor."-Philadelphia Prees.


SRAAMSHIP COMPANY
(SAVANNAH LINE.)


MAP OF THE UNITED STATES, SHOWING RESULTS OF 1896 ELECTION.
BRYAN STATES BLACK. M'KINLEY STATES WHITE.


He Doesn't Like Aquariumas.
Why any one should ever have de-
ed to own or to visit an aquarium
) a mystery. The view of fish, except
rhen nicely grilled or when suspended
t the end of a fishing line, is one of
he most uninteresting of sights. The
other animals when in contineument dis-
lay traits %Wich are more or less in-
eresting. The lion has a sense of hu-
nor and displays it in the most .pleas-
ng way when he devours the lion
amer who has entered too often into
lis cage. The bear in his thirst for
buns seems so much like the human
my that the spectator of his antics
frequently feels an irresistible desire
hit him with a stick.
But the fish has not -a single Inter-
ing trait He will swim around the
in which he is confined with a
rsistence which is maddening to the
ous spectator. He never engages
na genuine fight. but contents himself
rith an occasional surreptitious bite
of an enemy's tail. which gives no true
satisfaction to the beholder.- If he
happens to be a large snake thliuly dis-
guised as an eel or an octopus or some
other alarminlyv ugly- fish. he wili
It Happened in a Drug Store.
"One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for al brand of
cough medicine that I did nqt have in
stock," says Mr. C. R. Grandinj the pop-
ular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. "She
was disappointed and wanted: to know
what cough preparation I could recom -
mend. I said to her that I cold freely
recommend Chamberlain's Congh Rem-
edy and that she could take a bottle of
the remedy and after giving it a fair
trial if she did-not find it Worth thp
money to bring back the bo$le and I
would refund the price paid, In the
course of a day or two the lad came
back in company with a frienF in need
of a cough medicine and advi*d her to
buy a bottle of Chamberlai4's Cough
Remedy. I consider that a lvery good
recommendation for the reme ly." It is
for sale by Wight & Bro. and la! medi-
cine dealers. i

sometimes swim directly atithe giass
through which the visitor is looking at
him and thereby give the later a mo-
mentary sensation of horror. but the
average fish cares nothing for the pub-
lie and treats his visitors With calm
contempt. An aquarium without fish.
like a seashore resort without the sea,
is unobjectionable, but an aquarium
with real water and real fish is the
dreariest object in nature.-4W. L. Al-
den in Pearson's Magazine. :
A Remarkable BRllft rd.
One of the most remarkable railroads
In the United States is that which runs
from Fabyan, at the foot .of Mount
Washington, to the summit-- distance
of 3.38 miles. The time required in
making the ascent is one &ad one-half
hours, which is at the rate; of a mile
a 27 minutes. The descent s made in
the same time. The fare is $4 for the
round trip, or at the rate of (1 cents
L mile. No other road in the world
charges quite so much an# few run
rains at a speed quite so slmw. About
1000 passengers are carried annually.
Little Lwey's PT rvt.
One evening little Lucy knelt to lispi
ter evening prayer. Her little het
Was bursting with self fte4totl--'
ihe had been so exemplary all through
Je day. "0 Lyd," she ald, "make
.e very good, even better aan I am."
Many an older person thinks this
prayer if he does not dars to put it
Bit wrnlaa .I..wmn rlani h I


The Results In i896.
STATES, M'KINLEY. BRYAN.
With Number of Elect. Popular Elect. Popular
Electoral Votes. Votes. Plurality. Votes. Plurality.
ALABAMA.... 11 11 75.570

ARKANSAS... 8 8 72,591
CALIFORNIA.. 9 8 2,797 1
COLORADO... 4 4 134,882
OONNECTIC'T. 6 6 53,545
DELAWARE.. 8 3 3,630
FLORIDA..... 4 4 21,448


GEORGIA.....13
IDAHO ........... 3
ILLINOIS...... 24
INDIANA .... .15


IOWA .........13
KANSAS ......10
KENTUCKY...13
LOUISIANA... 8
MAINE.......... 6


MARYLAND.. 8
MASSACHU'S..15
MICHIGAN... 14
MINNESOTA.. 9!
MISSISSIPPI.. 9i
MISSOU'I..... 17
MONTANA .... 3
NEBRASKA... 8;

NEVADA... ... 3'
NEW HAMP... 41
NEW JERSEY.10'
NEW YORK.. .361
IN. CAROLINA.11


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24
15


Estimate of Vote In 1900oo.


M'KINLEY.


Electoral
Votes.


Popular Plu-
rality.


BRYAN.
Electoral Popular Plu-
Votes. reality.


34,141
16,868


142,498
18,181


65,552


10


12 281 1


12,269


55,138


6 45,777


8
15
14


32.224


173,265
56,868


9 53,875
9 58,729
17 58,729
3 32,043
8 13,576

3 6,439
4 35.794


10
36


87,692
26W 469


11 19,266


N. DAKOTA... 3 3 5,649
OHIO .......... 23 23 47,497
OREGON...... 4 4 2,117
PENNSYLV'A.32 3 295,072
RHODE ISL'b. 4 4 22.978
S. CAROLINA.. 9 9 49,517
s. bAKOTA.... 4 4 183
TANNi .SSEE..12 12 17,495
TEXAS........15 15 202,914
UTAH......... 3 3 51,033
VERMONT.... 4 4 40,490
VIRGINIA..... 12 12 19,341

WASHINGT'N. 4 4 12,493
W. VIRGINIA. 6 6 11,487
WISCONSIN... 12 12 102,618
WYOMING....447 271 1,68,848 583
TOTAL >...447 271 1,W68,848 176 966,246


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week to New York, 1

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1_m.tjo, Tsailing schedule
SH. HINTOI, Traffic Ma


LAND AND SEA.
b Passenger Route to New York. Bo3tan and the East

fail Ride to Savannah.
Is steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
making close connection with New York-f oston ships,
or Sound liners. .
are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for geneWa
stateroom reservations, or call on
ger. WALTER HAWKINS, Gen. Agn. Traffic Dept.
nmah. Ga. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, la


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No. 14, Tmpa to Nw York, via Jasks ville.
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PASSEN ER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3. 1900.



I T STATIONS.


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... ..... ....... ...... A 32 3.2....Sopchoppy.... 19 3 1 ..... ...... .. ......
.... ...... ........ ..l ...Ashm.....K 21 9 5 (2 ...... ....... ...... ........
.... ..... ............. A 5 19.2 ..... Arran .... 30 8 45 ...... .. .....I... ... ........
.... ...... ........... ... 2 .0 ...Hi mardvi ... 37 830 ......
.. ...... ...... .. ...Spring Hill.... 40 820 ...... ....... ....... .......
.... ...... ........ 0.0 ...Tallaham ee... 50 800 ........... ........
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F. Stop on igual p eners.
Conneo- Atwith trains on S A. 'L. At Carrablle with Apalaohbilois
ateamers. At A a with hObattaboochee River Steamers.
U. S. Mail Steamer t City will leave A nalaehicola daily at 630 a. w Returnig
leave Carrabelle daly, a. m. F. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. Pass. Aqt., Tallahassee, FI&.

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4jY TALTiA.AASftEAKN: THURSDAY,


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OCTOBER 11, -1900.


L. I e i s ,uwPe6@ isom- IICOIGE Vegetables was brought, when but a few days old audiences. The rooms which Darn- ,
i ae. always find a for safety, to preserve for Scotland lef occupied are beneath his wife'S
r ro, of St. Mal always find a ready "i crown and throne." One of the apartments. Leading from the
*eamt vkiter to this city.- lc but only that fam interesting things of the many, was a ground or first floor to Queen Mary's ol
emn you have no it little round hole in the top wall, with. bed-room is a staircase, in which the a
!lAM your food and feel du ftera eat. can raise them who has studied a stone seat near it. This was Queen Queen tried to conceal Rizzio. He
h geskeewt that ryouneedwdoe. Mary's lookout on the Royal Park, was dragged from this part of the
F bies P dans Sotmac and er the great secret how to ob- and where she was allowed to sit and palace and murdered in her presence, A M
at Wight & Bro.'s drug store. tain both quality and quantity watch the royal sports, when she was and she had a room partitioned off, so
Virtually a prisoner min her own castle as to conceal the blood stains. 004
Mr. L Cohen visited friends at by the judicious use of well- in 1566. She was not allowed to Edinburgh Castle is occupied by
Wt halInced fertilizers. No fertil- show herself troops, and there can be seen Queen
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Parlin, of Carra-. Kambuskenneth Abbey was Mary's apartments and the State
belle, were in this city during the week. ;-tr. for Vegetables can produce erected in the 7th century by King prisons. I forgot to mention, that the
Mrs. Wilson, wife of Captain E. A. aeld unless it contains David, and only the town stands now. Royal Chapel is attached to Holy-:
Wilon, left last week forleveland, large ye unless contains The graves of King James III and rood, and is a ruin. It contains many 1
'" s t at least 8% Potash. Send for his Queen are restored. They stand very interesting tombs, among them
It iB exadperatingr to one who knows where the original center aisle of the the tombs of many of the kings Fe's enyand Tar, and knows whatour books, which furnish full abbey was. Scotland, with their queens.
metbig ee ajst ths or information. We send them From Stirling I went to Linlith- The stone on which Queon Mary ,
"just as good" for colds, coughs, croup,. gow, the birth place of my favorite and Lord J )arnley knelt when being ,
k grippe, etc. Wight & Bro. free of charge. Queen-Mary of Scotts. It is a married, is pointed out near to and in L
Mr. W. V. Knott, special State agent, grand old ruin! The windows are front of a pillar of gigantic size(brokep u
bas returned from a business, trip to GERMAN KALI WORKS, nearly all gone, and it is roofless and off,) close to where the altar stood.
'West Florida. 9 Nasu St. New York. deserted, as was its fair tenant when The castle was fired by Cromwell g
Mr. H. L. Shepard, of Mt. Pleasant, she most needed aid and comfort. and the chapel thus destroyed.
made a business trip to Tailahastee last Mr. W. B. Crawford was elected by The chapel stands adjacent to the But enough for this time. I go to
week, returning Thmisday. I the students of the West Florida Semi- Linlithgow, and, as I sat within, I Abbotsford tomorrow, and then to d
Mrs. C. Craword and children er representative at the State could not but think how little changed Burns' country and from there to
H. C. Crawford and child Oratorical Association, to meet in Jack-
lhave returned from a month's 'visit at sonville on the 20th instant. it probably was, in the 500 years of London, stopping in the Shakespeare h
ainbridge. Mr. A L. Wexhibi its existence, as the chapel is Still District of England. After London
"I have always ed Foley's Hone some fine stalks of green cane raised by used and every effort is made to keep I propose to visit Paris and the
and Tar cough medicine and think it him without any fertilizer on his farm it in its original condition. Rhine, terminating my journey at
the best in the world," says Chas. Ben- adjacent to the city. Then to Edinburgh, the beautiful, Antwerp, from which point I shall L
der, a newdealer of Erie, Pa. Take no the historic, the romantic, Edin- sail home. W. C t.
substitute. Wight&Bro. Notice. burgh. Scott and Mary are almost-- t
General E. B. Bailey, of Monticello, If Clyde, Glen and May Miller will synonymous names here, as one sug- Volcanic Eruptions t
was in the city yesterday, purchasing a write to W. V. Forr, Oakalla, Ind., they the other. As one looks at aegrand, l n Eptions
kitof cutle, will learn something to their advantage. gets the. other. As oe looks at are grand, but Skin EArptions rob lve
33-4t Holyrood, Edinburgh Castle, and the them, also Old, Running ana Fever w
Mr. Thos. Lloyd, the wide-awake hills around, one can almost picture Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns,
merchant of Lloyds was in the city A it the Edinburgh of Queen Mary's Wari, CuLs, Bruises, Burns, Scallds.
Tues day. R IA time, notwithstanding four hundred Cbapped Bands, Chilblaines. Best Pile' c
ricure on earth. Drives out Paiqs avid
To Stop a Cold. For Infants and Children. years of eventful change. Here it Aches. Only 25cts. a box. Cureguar- C
After exposure or when you feel a A a r Bas that Queen Mary spent many anteed. Sold oy a druggists. m
cold coming on take a dose of Foley's The Kind You Have thteBOnUM bitter hours, aIud here her lover,
Honey and Tar. It never fails to stop a bitter hours, ad here Don't hea glecst 'or laver. n
cold if taken in time. Wight & Bro. Bears the Rizzio, was murdered at Hol rood Liver troubles quickly result in serious w
Mr. E. F. Duke, manager of the Pa signature of Palace, and afterwards, tor his hand eompriestions, and the man who neglects his
Mr. E. F. Duke, manager of the Pan- in the affair, her husband, Lord liver has little reward for health. A bottle
acea Hotel, was in the city on Monday, Daley, was also killedof Browns' Iron Bittern taken fnow and then
but returned to Panacea next day. A Letter Descriptive of Historic Scot- O all sides one i reminded of the diee has ever in pe Brfect rowns' Iron Bitter
A toO n all side oe i reminded of the dieawl has developers Browne Siron Bittend
Mr. Ben Bond, of Lloyds, whs in the land. unhappy Queen. From two small vtli w i ti wayeSotrength s Dd .
city Tuesday giving his numerous Stld Sept r 16th, 1900.- My vitality will always tolow itse e. a
friends an unexpected pleasure. Scoand, Sept. 1900.- y windows near the roof of Edm- Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealer
Dear Friend-True to my promise I burgh Castle," one can see where .
The editor of the Fordville, Ky., Mis- shall write you a short letter from James VI, Mary's eldest son, was AT A L
cellaneous, writes as a postscript to a this historic and beautiful city. lowered, when a few days old, to be W HAT W E SELL
a business letter: "I was cured of kid- were, wen ew ays o, e
mey trouble by taking Foley's Kidney My trip across the Atlantic was baptized in the Catholic faith. It
Cure." T4e nothing else. Wight & without event of any kind-even was necessary, as the Knox party was A t 0
Bro. I escaping sea-sickness. causing trouble on all sides and A t r rices n
Mr. C. H. Dickenson, of Madison, who The coast of Ireland was very mn- among her court followers, and so O
was for several sessions clerkin the teresting to all on board, and "The such extreme measures were taken .
Senate, was in the city yesterday look- Giant's Causeway," "Dunluce Castle" to carry out the wishes of the beauti-
inrg for a house to rent, as he intends to t c out the wishes of te beaut-
move his family to this city this winter. and "Paddy's Milestone," called ful Catholic Queen. llardware
.Mr. Dickensen has many friends in the forth some applause. Holyrood Palace is a fine old struc- Gasrware O
spital City, all of whom will glad to The trip up the Clyde from the ture, in which may be seen the rooms Glassware,
welcome him as a citizen. Irish Sea to Glasgow, twenty miles where Mary dined, slept and held her Crockeryware,
ACard. I was simply elegant. I can not con- __ Tinware
The manufacturers of Banrer Salve ceive of how the scenery on the A N Wooden war
have imutborized the unders-gned to Rhine can surpass it in grandeur. ANNOUNO.M NT8. Woodenware,
guarantee it for burns, cuts, gores, ul- About noon, or three hours after For County Commissioner: Lamps,
cers, tetter, eczema and all skin dis- S Mai
eases. You have your money aback it it entering the Clyde, we passed I hereby announce myi.ef a candidate forre- Sewing Machines
easeselection as County coinssioner (* the 1st
doesn't do all it claims. Wight & Bro. "Dumbarton Castle." It was a for- commissioner instinct of Leon county, and re- Guns,
tress build between the very high 'speetfully ask Lthe support of all Demovats at
r. J. L ford, a singe of some ress buile between the very high primary to be h- on the th of November Pistols,
Mr. J. L.Luxford asge ofsome hills out in the river, next. if elect i will give to the office my best
prominence, will give several beautiful service ery resecuull E C. SMlT. Ammunition
renditions, at the morning se ce, at the Glasgow was a queer looking old service. Very res Ammunition,
Methodist church on next Sunday. place. It impressed me with being For County commissioner District No. 4. Sporting Goods i
The whodi appreciate good signing wll built most substantially. I visited cu onu r or e- n Farming Implementso
do well to hear hn. there the famous Glasgow University, held on ute, at dh.vmber.e r.i Belting,
Brignt5' Disease. and also, among other objects of in My past service' are kuowu to the voters o0 the M 'pie W
county, and it elected at said primary aud ap- Mill Sulpplies, W. N.
Bigh living, intemperance, exposure terest, examined the Glasgow Cathe- pointed biy the Governor. I promise the imeim- I r
and many other things bring Bright's dral, built in the 12th century. The partial work along the line of economy, that has ron,
disease. Foley's Kidney u will crypts were very dark and gloomy, characterize my cflr n the t. Iron Pipe,
vent Brght's disease and all tber kid- crypts were very dark L.A. sROBERTS.
ney or bladder disorders i taken in In one I saw an inscription which Sugar Pans,
time. Take nothing else. ight & ended like this: For Constable District No 2. CaD Mill
An in th. jd e n To the Democratic Voters of No.2:
S"And e ude ent kill saint. 1 hereby announce myelf lor re-election as Lime,
Mr. 8. P. Rozeear announ in this Everything about the old Cathe- L.eotn county. If elected I promise the same Cement,
Iue that he has moved his plumbing aithful service that 1 have given the office for the
and tin shop, together with is under dral was musty and mouldy, sugges- inst thirty years, very truly yours, Plaster,
taking establishment, to Mon e street, tive of the long ago. HIEaY BENTLEY.
axt door to Gilmore & Davis .'s hard- From Glasgow, I started out for For county commissioner. air,
ware store. See his card in other col- "The Trossachs" or mountains of The many friends of Mr. [onah B'itt hereby Brick,
M. announce him ai candidate for County Commis-
---- Scotland. siouer for the 4th District of Leon county, Flor- Doors,
Hils Life Was Save ida, at the Democratic p'imam les to be held on
i ,fe WasSave. You may see grander sights in the the 6th of November, A. D 1900. We have Sash,
Hr. J. E. a citno in eRockiesoflong known Mr. Britt, as a consistent Democrat.
.annibal, Mo.. lately had a onderiul Andes, or in the Rockieaof our own and deserving citizen, and are satisfied thatif 'Blinds,


deliverance from a frightful eath. In western world, but the history and he is appointed te pition,he will renderef-Shinle
tellmg of it he says: "I was ken w;th romance is lacking there, and while "MANY DEMOCRATS. Lathes, an
Typhoid Fever, that ran in Pneumo- no land canhow render scenes in Lathes Manuf
ma. My Lungs became bh dened. I l n show grander scenes n
was so weak I couldn't eve sit up in nature, than the United States, yet Lumber, o all
bed. Nothing helped me. I xpectedto in the gorges of the Rockies, there Stovep, roug
soon die of Consumption, wenI heard runs no "Bonnie Doon" and no Grates, dree
of Dr. King's New Discovery One bot raes resse
tie gave great relief. I conti ed touse plowman poet or Bard of Abbots- Mantels, h ber,
it, and now am well and stro g. I can't ford, has touched their peaks or Tiles
say too much in its praise." This mar- streams with the rosy tint of the Tiles, ings,
veloun medicine is the sures d quick- romantic and poetic. Glass, rails, ba
est cure in the world for all brontt and
Lung Trouble. Regular a' 50 cents I sailed on "Lock Lomond," saw Putty, orch
and $1.00. Trial bottles at any the mountains of "Ben Ledi," "Ben Paints,
drug store; every bottle gua neede. Lomond," "Ben A'rr" and "Ben P ments,
Venice," also the beautiful falls of 0+. Lime
Inversnoid which were made even
N e ,v ^ more interesting by Wordsworth .
lines written there, "Lines to a High- Al
dF- land Gail." The next day, I sailed ai MO111
on the beautiful and famous "Loch V
1 Katerine," en route there I crossed
d manv other points made famous by
If you have neuralgi Scott's other pots made famous W. Collins is headquarters for RE ALT. ESTATE We Gu
If you have neuralgiScots Scott. everything in the line of Fancy and
Emulsion of Cod ver OiLoch Katrine presented to any Staple Groceries. Hie knows the needs BARGAIN
Emulsion of Cod vegr Oil enthusiastic gaze "Ben A'n" at near of the masses of the people and caters DIRALE REIDNCE N T
will feed the nerve th is cry- range from whence Fitz-James to them for the purpose of building up M ity, one block from court hoe, ele n
r received the Lady of the Lake" also and oldin trad. He also carries surroundings.. line front and view, am dle office,
eedhing for food--dit rniso eUngry- deln several other lines in which lio main- grounds, side entrance. A bargain sure. A ,ly O ce,
u ngry The Silver Strand" and "Ellen's tains the same reputation. You canto MGrif.e at nt Teresa,
and set your whole y going Isle" save money by calling on him. o s hal forgeatSin om, kithens, r
again, in a way to satfy nerve From Loch Katrine to Callander sea s room. f you want a real bargain 1 Pho
and brain from your u4ual food. went by coach. I passed over "The OME CITY BUSINESSPROPERTIES FR )M
Bridge of Turk" which suggests one lot to a whole block, from $1,O to
That is cure. "and when that Brig oTurk was operation 12 per cnt ne Apply
If you'are nervoisi and irri- won, the foremost horseman rode W. McGriff_.
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ot say en gh in praise for it. I was a very kick woman
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