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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 18, 1900
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00015
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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c. TAIBPulish1 1881.
C. TRICE, Publisher and Proprietor.



IlOlU Tl FjPl fHR stitution for amending it, is a safe i f
eAIHSTU UIO !I N I1 and anple one. guarding against in-'a
S. called-for action and precipitate r
changes, (notably shown in the re- t
orida's KNoted rist, A. E, moval proceedings of the last legis-. f
U.All lature) 3et vesting the legislature (
'Mawuell, with sufficient power to make needed (
- amendments, to be approved by a h
TES FULLY ON SUBJECT majority vote of the people. This
method renders a ConstitutionA
Convention an unnecessaay resort,
m Question is as Important as as every change the people want can
Capital Removal. be had, if the legislators duly perform
iley, l., Oct. 11, 1900- on. their duty.. The very fact, that, not
Cbipley, Dear irc I see 19 content with this, two schemes are
0. P. rancy Dearticles and corn put forth to do what. either can do
uicatiplrs at ainst. e removal without the other, and that the
aiatail ion Tlahseea" but greatly enlarged expense involved
e Capital tron Tallahassee, but ecessitating further heavy taxation,
few against the call for a State disregarded by the
titf Covnto. Why .s seems utterly disregarded by the
? titutis s o me that the latter promoters, condemns both, as origi-
? It seems mportant a me thatter as the nating in a spirit thoughtless of the
qite as important a matter as the .e t o e tax-payers of-the
er. ,oth came from interests of the tax-payers of -the
er. oth proposalsState. I hope enough voters will be
esame source, aid the circu-in
es of their origin show, that the rc orthmig at the primaries, to show
ces of their origfhn show, that i their disapproval, and prevent unnec-
1o promoters of both bad in mind t I
double accomplishing essary taxation for unnecessary pur-
*r main object of removal. If poses.
il to give them an amend- In dealing with the Constitution
tes fail tho giveitti af te r- two rules should govern at all times--
bt of the Constitution for the pur- 1st Any change or addition within
then resort is to be had to 1st. Any change or addition wtin
then resort is to be a nd to a e provence of the legislature should
stitutional Convention;, a ,e left to the legislature. -2nd.
btless they would prefer that, in-I e t t l stur n
be- hy .. C There should he no Constitutional
uch as a majority itn the Costi-tin fes te legislature
lon would accomps t eir perversely refuses to do, or it
while a three-fifths vote of the -,s t d
sltu we w rei o clearly ought to do. unless extraor-
pslature would be required to ac-. dinarv occasion arises for action of
mplish it, through an amendment Conven-
the Con.titution In this view the th whol e through Conven-tru,
mvention scheme should be more A.tiE. MAXWELL.
ining, to- those who oppose re-i
val of the Capital, than the amend- Constitutional Convention.
ent scheme. The last Democratic State Con-
Another view on the same line, is' vention ordt red that the primary
It the most important reasons: election, to be held on iNovember 6,
aint the removal apply with equal, should decide among other things
fact, with more force against the whether or not we should have a
I of a convention-moie because Constitutional Convention. This
the additional large expense to question is one that deserves very se-
e people of holding the Conven- rious consideration. The Conven-
n. One of these reasons, is the tion made it a party isue, but we
sence of any expressed desire or learn of very little that is being said
mand of any large portion of the about it. What will be the voice of
ple for a Convention, or any open Santa Rosa's ; Democracy.-Milton
station whatever on their part Index. i
desire for one. The scheme is Why treat ii with the same con-
g upon them by promoters who sideration you. do with the Capital
B not care, to await the usual removal. Kill them so dead that
ting-kqwn ublic needs itith they will not be resurrected until the
wgCe rafdeiewS nneetibem, people of' tHerS.tie aie 'lte'ibe
known public evils, that biget a and the necessity greater than now
eral voice for remedy. Neither exists. Those two propositions, that
these is ostensible to justify the of Capital removal and Constitu-
for a Convention. It is, indeed, tional Convention, are twins, pre-
t at all a people's movement; and maturely conceived and brought
is increditable that they sho ld not forth before their time and out of
ve moved, if there are needs and 'season. They are entitled, however,
s so heavily upon them, as. to re- to a decent burial on the sixth of
e the intervention of a neiy Con- November. We will vote on them

tuition. 0
Another reason applicable alike 0
Capital-remcval and Convention,
the great expense. Judgirg from
e figures of the Convention >f 1885 t
will require between $60, 00 and
),000 to defray he expense of the i
invention proposed now And
is is to be added to the .amount
quired to build a new Cipitol- 1
)t likely to be less than ja half- 1
million, it not more. As thq people 1
e already complaining ofjburden- U
me taxes, that would seemq to be a
nmplaint more legitimately demand-
g the attention of the promoters
Il e e costly schemes. Supposing
ie complaint a just one, itils much
re detiant than wise, to ting into
eir faces these schemes to increase
e buirikln-or any schem unless
e need overpowers the ardthip.
k them what is the n d for a
invention ? If not for C pital re-
val (which the promoter are try-
to effect by ameLdme t of the
nt Constitution) then fbr what?
ere has been much crv for the
tion of County Commissioners by
people, instead of appointment by
Governor. Bnt that ij met by
amendment by the legislature,
ich is to be voted on at the com-
election. Another amendment
ed for, relates to the Supreme
urt. The condition of the busi-
of that C(ourt is such as to re-
some sort of relief, which can
y be given by an amem dment of
Constitution, that wil impart
ater efficiency than i possible
er its present numeri organi-
on. And this so far 1 have
n or heard, is the only really im-
nt matter agitated to the work
amendments, though there are
er amendments spok of that
ra .. .:A....;U..1. 1tt-A ni trtanA .

out of respect! to the honorable body
of gentlemen; composing our State
convention. We appreciate the great
sacrifice they made in the interest of
the State, an4 the noble work they
performed, in! nominating and-bring-
ing before th4 people such noble men
to fill the various State offices, while
we feel, that they made a mistake in
bringing and forcing two measures
before the people at an unpropitious
tim.; a time when the people were
unprepared 'to decide as to their
expediency. i The people of Florida
want to do what is right, ready to
bear any legitimate and necessary
burdens. Ofle thing they do know,
that is that they are paying as much
taxes as they can bear. Now to add
the enormous burden of removal of
Capital and4he holding of a Consti-
tutional Convention is an unjust de-
mand and should, and in the writer's
candid opinion will, be voted down.
In the name of common sense, what
do we want with a Constitutional
Convention? Is it at all likely that a
nobler or abler set of patriotic gen-
tlemen could be chosen as-delegates
to a Constitutional Convention in
this our day than composed the Con-
vention in 1,885? We doubt it very
much. is it at all likely, that a bet-
ter organic law would be formed
than the one we are now living un-
der? We doubt it very much.
Our legislatures amend our Con-
stitution, through the people at the
polls, whenever the time and expe-
diency demand it, and at compara-
tively no cost, hence what is the
need of a convention at a cost of
$75,000 or $100,000? Let us vote it
down. Think for a moment of
the great burden proposed to be
laid upon the devoted necks of
the tax-payers of the candidate
nia n.a fr na ur fatnital_ Where is

ew politicians, move in the matter
nd put it where their good judg-
ment may dictate, and not allow any
own .or place to put up a bonus and
lood the State with orators, endeav-
oring to sway and distract the minds
Of the people. These are the writer's
honest sentiments simply expressed
for what they are' worth.
4of Lee county.
On Monday, October 11, Mrs.
Lucy R. Sills, the widow of the late
Solomon Sills, at her residence in the
northern part of the county. Mrs.
Sills was about 76 years of age, and
was held in great esteem and greatly
loved by all who knew her. She
was buried from Mt. Pisgah church,
near Centerville, in the family lot.
She leaves six children, Messrs. John,
Walter, L. R., W. D., E. D, and Miss
Lucy Sills, besides many grandchil-
dren, who have the sympathies of the
whole community in their bereave-

James B. Whitfield.
The following well-deserved com-
pliment of State Treasurer, lion.
James B. Whittield, appears in the
Green Cove Spring:
"Amongr the several excellent
nominations made by the State Dem-
ocratic Committee, that of Judge
Whitfield, our efficient State Treas-
urer, gives general satisfaction to the
people of Florida, a fact that will be
evident on November 6th.
Judge Whitfield is the right man
in the right place, and his ailminis-
tration of this responsilde trust mer-
its universal approval."
The unseen angel has again visited
our circle and lorne away to the
bright beyond, a sweet little girl of
eleven summers. Mlaud Page
daughter of 1. F. and Mrs. N. C
Page, died at the residence of her
father, at Woodville, October the
10th, 1900. She was born May the
6th, 1889, and was therefore eleven
years and live months old. Little
Maud was ever dutiful to her par
ents, and it is there the stroke fall
the heaviest. She has gone from us
but not lost. She will be missed
from the fireside~( the ea i
cle, fro&t the '
knew her only to love her, but Jesu
loved her more, and while it is ou
loss, it is her eternal gain. The]
father, mother, brothers and sister
mourn no more; Maud has made he
bed in the skies and her pillow 01
the Savior's breast.
S We extend our heartfelt sympathie
to the bereaved ones, and say to then

the Master's will be done.
Little Maud is gone to a world
Where parting is unknown,
A long eternity of love
Formed-for the good alone,
And faith beholds the dying here,
Translated to that glorious sphere
As morning, high a high and ighr, shines
To a pure and perfect day..
There we know she will be happy,
And will always want to stay,
She will love to hear the singing,
She will love to look at Jet-us
And will love Him, more and more,
And will gather water lilies
For the Angel at the door.

Little "Sun Beams."
The "Sun Beams" Circle, consist-
ing of twelve little girls, are busy
sewing each Saturday morning, hop-
ing to have a nice table of fancy work
for the bazar to be given by the
King's Daughters on December 14,
1900. Any scraps of silk, wool
goods, ribbons, etc., will be accept-
able and very much appreciated by
the Circle. Any scraps to be con-
tributed, if they are sent to Miss
Elizabeth Pearce, will be given to
the Circle. The little Circle is very
much interested in the King's
Daughters Hospital work, and they
are working to help them. We
ought all to try to help and encour-
age these little people, for it is a no-
ble work.
No Good to Tax-payers.

We have read the report of the
speech delivered in Tampa recently
-by the Hon. Frank Clark, on the
subject of moving the Capital of
Florida to Jacksonville. We have
calmly considered every argument
he makes as to why this removal
should be accomplished, yet we fail
to discover one single reason for the
tax-paying citizens going in dept to
the tune of, from one to four million
dollars, to gratify this whim. Mr.
Clark forgets that a Capitol is not for
show, but as a pltMe where laws are
m2,aA. Ta .th-a rM with

ness of such great magnitude.
As to Jacksonville offering to con-
tribute $100,000, or one-twentieth of
the probable expense, there was
nothing binding in the proposition,
and the tax-payers of that municipal-
ity, already having a bonded indebt-
edness nearly equal to that of the en-
tire State, could ill afford to increase
their indebtedness.
The address throughout was a plain
recital of facts, and had the effect of
winning a strong support for Talla-
hassee in the Capital contest. Mr.
Myers left Wednesday afternoon for
Arcadia, where lie addressed the
people of that vicinity Wendesday
night.- Punta Gorda Herald.
Vote Against It.
Every Democrat in Florida should
be careful to not only vote against
Capital removal, but to also register
a ballot against the calling of a Con-
stitutional Convention. The present
State Constitution, like the present
Capital, is good enough for the peo-
ple of Florida. A Constitutional
Convention would cost the tax-payers
thousands of dollars, when there is no
demand and no occasion for it. If
there is anything wrong with the
present Constitution, the defect can
be remedied by an amendment with-
out one cent expense to the tax-pay-
ers. The following, from the Mon-
ticello Constitution on this subject i
timely and worthy of careful perusal:
"The question of calling for a Con-
stitutional Convention is to be subi
mitted to the people of Florida in there
coming State primary. The princi-
pal object of those who had such
provision inserted in the platform,
was and is to get another opportunity
to move the State CaDitaL in case th<

1 r. and Mrs. William F. Quaile, ex-
p red after a long and exhausting
s ugarle, with a complicated form of
f ver.-
Mrs. Williams was about twenty-
ven years of age, and had.spent
r entire life in this, lier native city.
her school-girl days and as a
young lady, she was admired and be-
ved by a large circle of friends,
nd when she was happily married
wo years ago and became their queen
f a lovely and devoted home, her
iends became, if possible, even
ore attached to her; HIer life was
very happy one, snd her deniall,
thoughtful and considerate manner,
nade her a favorite: with all with
horn she came in: contact. Her
marriage with IDr. (Gilbert Williams,
formerly of Jacksonville, but now of
his city, brought additional joy and
tisfaction into this bright and cheer-
ul young life, and- the sadly brief
eriod of her wedded life was a con-
inued honeymoon.
The sympathy of. the entire com-
munity goes out in fullest measure to
the bereaved husband d and parents.
B. and L. rleeting--New Officers
The Leon County Building and
Loan Association met, at the court
house, Tuesday evening, October 15,
at 7:30 o'clock, as provided by the
Constitution, Julius Ball, Vice-presi-
dent, presiding. The following offi-
cers were elected for the coming
year. II. V. It. Schrader, President;
Julius Ball, Vice-president; (Geo. W.
Saxon, Treasurer, B. B. Wilson, Sec-
retary; E. G. Chesley, R. B. Carpen-
ter, J. G. Collins, Howard Gamble,
C. B. Gwynn, Directors.

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Pres'ftmens ontlois.Fred. T. fly- utterly regardless they are the in- DV
ers SpeechL rBehal of Tallahassee. terests of the people of F rida, at D Al1 SUtE 1 1 'I
Last 'Weekjlaonvile's claims large iThey would illin saddle
for State Capital honors, were pre- an expInse of $100,000 or ore on
sented to the people of this commu- the pec le with no other bject in S&o JS 0UH .Jo. S! Bear
nity by Messrs. McNamee and Har- view, ajid for no other pu e, than
tridge and this week pretty much to Iimly getanother cp, unity to
the same- audience heard the other move tile Capital.
side of the story, told in an unassum- 0"(1 tal removal organ in the
ing but masterly manner by the Hon. State e keeping suapicio ly quiet
Fred. '~ Myers, of Tallahassee, ex- on this question of calling Consti- fallen of
president of the Florida State Sen- tuition Convention, for th know if lsoJdge J. certain. h of Bryan'sleconie
ate and prominent among the can- the nmtter be thoroughly discussed T
didawea, before the last State Demo- the pepaple will vote a"t it, and Ilon. Jno. S. Beard, a native of
cratic convention for gubernatorial they have a faint hope that nothing Tallahassee, who some y|;ars since
honors. be sail about it, the voters *hen they moved to Pensacola, and! who is a
This distinguished gentleman ad- go to he polls to cast their ballots, nominee on the Democratic ticket
dressed 'he people of Ft. Myers not ving considered tte matter, for Florida Presidential Elector, has
Monday evening, and returning ar- might vote in the alirmatige. recently returned to his home in
rived here on Tuesday afternoon's "Ls every voter in the ;tate con- Pensacola, from a tour it Ohio and
steame' He has many staunch sider Ithis matter, and 9hen the Illinois where he has been making
friei;ds in Punta Gorda, a committee times come to vote, put it his ballot speeches with national campaigners.
of whom, representing the Punta against or opposed to call g a Con- Mr. Beard returns enthusiastic in the
Gorda Democratic club, met the stitutdinal Convention."- ensacola belief that Bryan will be elected.
steamer and escorted Mr. Myers to Press We note also that Jlidre J. I1.
Hotel .DIde. Married. Challen, of Jacksonville, is also cer-
In McAdow hall at 7:30 o'clock, Mr. T. E. Andrews, of this city, tain that Bryan will e elected.
under the, auspices of the local club, and iliss Annie Vause, of Apaiachi- Judge Challen was at nIle time a
the speaker addressed a representa- cola, were quietly marrd at the Florida State Senator arom D)uval
tive aine, the ladies especially residence of Mr. and rs. Harry county. lie has been a:ltepublican
being evidence. T r, in Apalachicola, n Sundy, all his life and has recent returned
Mr. Ayers first gave in detail the the 4th inst, only a fewfriends be- from a trip tinrough several of th
history pf all efforts to remove the in present The newly marrd Middle Western States. 'romwhat
Capital- from Tallahassee. Only aople returned to this wcity on Mon- ie saw on that trip hlie i convinced
few attempts had been made, and in day,'where they will resial; in the fu- that Bryan will win iI
each i nUce, the project was pro- ture Mr. Andrews at oni time held the coming election. He says:
noted some member of tie legis- "4t n rn t wasIt nnin ois, IndlLina, .\0ci-
epsition in the T.,. IIllinois, India, Mic-
lature eating counties i whichot which he resigned to accept- gan and Wisconsin, besides my own
are lo cities that aspire to Cap- his lIresent one with th Southern statL. Every here, I foimd a strong
ital hoprAs. The people of the State Ex, Co. Thie ''.tl. til~AsF. A rya n sentiment among i luiber of
-any Ousiderable number of tlen exteads to them its coiiratulations hitherto Itepublicans an I my obser-
-haL npever commanded that a i s hi v mri vation was that the Deim ratic party
new location should be determined anifes them a is absolutely a unit. In t hio, some of
upon. 'tHe gave assurance that tihe -- the strongest friends present Capitol building was ade- Tallahassee Orange Blossom s. McKinley are even fearful that he
quate ki a.ll purposes; that it was Resolved, first, That, as God, in his will lose his own State; and many
f probably,the" most substantial struc- prov'idence has seen fit to take from Republicans who supported him in
fture in e Stite today, and that no our'midst one of our meinbers, Mat- lSi6 are opposed to his Philippine
compl was ever heard from the tie McKinnon, that we i(ow in hum- policy, and, in the great crisis that his
worthy emen who occupied it. ble submission to His will knowing policy has precipitated, they are apt
r The r dweli upon the heavy thai "lie doeth all thing well." to stand by their convictions. They
Sexpen 'det tO the removal.of Second, That, we eah one of us regard it as a serious proposition,
the C J ging or the Jack- strive to meet her "on the other where party affiliation, should be at
Ssonvilng. 'description shore." least temporarily laid abide, for the
e -of the 1tuqe.4hat should Third, That, we deeply sympathize purpose of preserving t4e integrity of
be e w bsnk-,.O i the St. with the bereaved family. our free institutions.
S. JohnC. F ld-cost, Fourth, That, these resolutions be "I found this same :sentiment in
Sere-th S wre d e inscribed on our minutes, a copy be the other States in what is generally
Sif r-' y seqt to the family, and one to the regarded the 'storm center.' In all
-tbB ebtTALLHASSEAN for publication. of these Central Western States, of
s' the tate was c0. ce -'tespectfully stb.itted, course there is a- bi~g-e'mmvote
s that time-nearly a quarter of a cen- i CLAMR BOWEN, Heretofore the vote has been largely
r tury-the indebtedness was reduced F PRANK CARTER divided, with a strong Republican
n only $356,300, leaving a bonded in- f GWYTH McCoRD. element. I find that this vote is al-
debtedness at present of $1,032,500. o most solidly opposed jo McKinley's
r In view of the great disaster which Deathof Mrs. Gilbert Williams. administration. The people are
n befell the State a few years ago, At an early hour this morning, one desperately in earnest, and to those
when millions of dollars worth of of the sweetest and ;most lovable not acquainted with tdeier strong op-
s property was totally destroyed in a young lives, that his ever been position to militaryism, the result of
m single night, the speaker did not be- passed in this community, passed to the German vote, in November, will
lieve that the tax-payers would now it, Heavenly home when Mrs. Vir- be a surprise.
care to assume additional indebted. g Quaile Williams, wife of Dr.
i t IK,.t Willia;m, anid daughter af Notice.



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A director's meeting of the Build-
ing and Loa.P Association is called to
meet Friday afternoon at 4 p. mn., at
the Capital City Banri. Alli the di-
rectors are requested to be present.
By order of the President, II. V. It.
Vote It Down.
I see that, none of the papers are
referring at. all to the questin of
voting tor a .Constitntional Conven-
tion. It has been only twelve or
thirteen years since the lDemiocrats
called such a (conlvelntion). If si1uch a
one is called now, Wqe are responsible
for the uinnecess;arf expeInses at-
tached to it,-alnd fortlthe free adnis-
sion that we could i1:ot make a Con-
stitution, when we lhad the chance.
The present Conistitutiiin iihas been
amended to about silt the wants of
the State. If a new one ixs made,
the parties who atteidl iL will make
the Constitution which will have to
be amended, as oft1ii as the present
.one has been. I tr st that the Denm-
ocrats will vote dlowi the proposition.
I cannot conceive t.f any reasoir for
such a movement.
I notice that, sompn members of the
State Executive CoL'mnittee are agi-
tating the Capital removal question.
This question is dividing the De-
mocracy of the Statie. When Sena-
tor Chipley, who 'was chairman of
the State Executiv F Committee, di-
vided the Democr.ycv with his fight
on Senator Call, he; resigned his po-
sition on the Executive Committee.
Punta Gorda, Oct. 6.
-Times-Union anti Citizen.
How Are Yur Nerves?
If they are weak and you feel nervous







-. "-

otter ot the huge sumo $10J0,UUU. city he was born) says. he feels better "Ah." he reflected, "in one particular
What fools we mortals, who are than he ever did, and he had the worst that reminds me strongly of Mrs. Talk-
case of dyspepsia on record. He had no st-
counting the cost before we build, appetite, and the little he ate disagreed so."-Baltimor American.
Zare in the eyes of the Sentinel- with him causing him to vomit often;
he had pains in the head, breast and Thonihbt it Was a Proposal.
y ^ < stomach; ;ntbiafter using three bottlesof Scene, cab stand near London. La-
"Least Said, stomach; using three bottles of
Least Said, P.P P.', hefelt like a new man. He dy, distributing tracts, hands one to
says that he feels that he could live for- cabby, who glances at it, hands it back
Soonest Mendeved." if he c d always get P P P and says politely. "Thank you, lady,
Sjooln st M nCdeidC. His name will be given on application but I'm a married man." Lady nerv-
tous., ously looks at the title and. reading
Be brief. Bad blood Sold by all.druggists. "Abide with me." hurriedly departs, to
means illness. Good blood The Produection of Cavisare. the great amusement of cabby.-Sparp
meansTwo distinct varieties of caviare are Moments.
means Cheerfult aCtDive men manufactured in Russia-the granulat- No other pills can equal DeWitt's Lit-
and women and strong, ed and the pressed forms. The granu- tle Early Risers for promptness, cer-
anlated form is obtained by passing the tainty and efficiency. All Dealers.
hearty offspring. Hood's Sspar fish roes under pressure through a fined efficiency. All Dealers.
America's Greatest Medicine, copnents it- meshed sieve. The small eggs pass in- "'. :- c.
self with few words, but & mends tact, but the envelopes arewretained in Old Med-'Ve!. 4-l ; :::I. bhow'd you
' broken constitutions, because purifies the sieve. To these pure salt is added sleep last night i.'-*,w my advice
the blood, and prepares the body with a in the proportion of one-twentieth or about counting mup'
systematic defense against disease. one-fortieth. It is intimately mixed New Med-Yes. imaled: counted up
Tired, Headahes-" dis with- the eggs by means of a kind of to 18.000.
Tired, Headaches y disease wooden spdon. The caviare is then Old Med-Bully! And then you fell
vwas one familiar to allwomen --tired in ready for consumption It is packed asleep. eh?
the morning and had continuousweadache. in round metallic boxes of one and a New Med-Guess not; it was morn-
Three bottles of Hood's arsaparnd half to five pounds and enveloped in Ing by that time. and I had to get up.
caused the headache and tired feeling to parchment i for transportation. The -Pennsylvania Punch BowL
disappear." Mrs. Josephine pfdier, 525 pressed caviare keeps better than the
N. AlfredStreet, olexandria, '"a. granulated form.- Never bear more than one kind of
To obtain it the fresh caviare is treat- trouble at a time.. Some people bear
C ed with a solution of salt at 25 degrees three kinds-all they have had, all they
Baume until the eggs acquire a cer- have now and all they expect to have.
tain degree of hardness. This opera- ,
tion requires considerable skill and ex- A TEXAS WONDER.
Hoods Pills enre ter ills: the non-i rotating nd perience. [4 allowed to stay in the so-
only cathartic to take with Hood'i.-110. lution too ong, the caviare will be too Hall's Great Discovery.
salty, and if not long enough the eggs One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
cannot be preserved. The caviare is covery cures all kidney and bladder
then put into small sacks.. which are troubles, removes gravel. cures diabetes,
pI pressed under a screw press to drive seminal emissions, weak and lame
out the excess of salt. It -Is packed In backs, rheumatism and all irregularities

r: =HURSDAY, OCTOBER 18,- 1900.


83100. wea f Turkslb Pollee Jastlee.
nce we ha*, for s, ome A triflng dispute between a Kurd
devoting pe to the pital and an Armenlau on a street in Con-
removal question in every ie, we stantinople the other day' led to an
ad concluded that we wo d ie .Ww amusing instance of justice as it is dis-
orreader. onlu e w ek'-- rest w dgivaf- a m" m lvm pensed by the Turkish pollee.
Ster readiersone T weeks's rest,- t, f- A tobacco box was found on the pave-
ter reading Tuesdas Met, could a
_not keep ilent-with' the a_.o of ARM C.. ment. as alleged. by a Kurd. An Ar-
Dotrkeeps onlof ThMat&issu,?ofM menian claimed the box as his own.
er conscience. That issue of the f I met s i m Ie k Co Neith r would give in. and the dispute
Met. devoted nearly two a d one- lins t Iro *. I MIN F waxed warm. From words they were
half columfts of space to editorials I wn my asby's ihe o near coming to blows when a pollce-
from various papers of the State, 9 I my ,ak a -hee wvh j man came up. but he could, n decide
and yet gavd clippings frop only (ha v ickly o dicat abilm jut the question of ownership.
thirteen different pape hil o tryea battle ad a wlt de At last the Armenian suggested that
twenty-two editorials wer fe s S il will be. 3wp..umny. the policeman ask what was in the box,
ducedy-two eonal were repro- M. LIZ "Tobacco and cigarette paper." said
Wd-e w&n MURmRAY. I.I a. the Kurd promptly.
We will unnecessarily. hae to beo Jb's sta "The box contains nothing but 10
somewhat lengthy this week as we plasters." said the Armenian, smiling.
wish to consider a few of thise clip- O.VA P M-RiMV The officer opened the box and. find-
pmgs separately. I ai seaT P, ing the Armenian was right, settled the
Some of them are merely assertions 0 11 dispute by giving him the box.
in. Jacksonville's favor, while others '"The Armenian is the owner of the
o' n e s or, Oe ...... box." -he said. "The Kurd is a liar."
are slings at the various candidates Here he smote the Kurd over the
in the race, e. g; The Kissimmee Val- Reporter man. He tells us, and no head. "Alla he praised! For my tro
ley Gazette accuses St. Augur tine of doubt expects us to believe it, that he in deciding this complicated affair
endeavoring to weaken Jaci onville Jacksonville's $100,000 will erect a I will keep the 10 plastres."
when 'she knows that there is no building four times better than the
hope for her, and asks, why she affair at Tallahassee. It is well known that DeWitt's Witch
stopped at $250,000 instead of mak- Sine the Kissimmee Valley Ga- pain at once. It will a re e zema and
ing it 2,500,000 since she knew she zette has seen fit to refer the people skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores.
would never be called upon to re- to the government building at Jack- It is a certain cure for piles. Counter-
deem her pledge. sonville, we ask it to give the dimen- feits may be offered you. See that you
Ssions of said building for we believe t the original DeWitt's Witch Hazel
The Orlando Sentinel-Rleporter Saons of said building for we belie lve. All Dealers. t
makes th? exaggerated statement that that, Duval county left out, very
there are thousands of people i nearly as many of the people of the ni Brevity.
State who desire to visit the iapita, State have seen the Capitol building Therm is a little settlementt of New
but can never do so if it remains at at Tallahassee as have seen the gov -Iml..h:' plopI!" in Kl1owa county.
Ii .-u- (.olo A ;o oto ho' r ... '"; ti.v hie brougit
Tallahassee. .We suggest that a ernment building at Jacksonville. with t :w i : phire aver
committee be appointed to put the The Met. calls attention to the ,. .: y :-. wo.ds in con-
Sentinal-Reporter man on board the fact that it has devoted columns V<;is:iin"i i::.i .!: i'"oi.:iely neces-
S. A. L. and take him to Tallahassee,. upon columns to the opinions of the s~wry } Tw. :r. :;tin t,,e on the road re-
.-___ ._.____ various members of the State press ce iy :.ani i11dil:i inl the following
FREE BLOOD CURE, on the Capital removal question. dia.!'0-ne:
Some of these members- say that '11"rin. "" ,-
An Offer Proving Faith to Snfferers. Some of thse member that "Morin. S; i "
s Our P io F Ae to sure Jacksonville ,is sure to win. The "'" ni"-. .io..i.
Is your Diood pure' Are yoq sure of h_ .. "':l'd you give yotr horse for
it? Do cuts or scratches heal slowly? Met. devoted colums upon columns bo s?"
Does your skin itch or burn? 1ave you to the vituperation of the State press *T..r ,c "
Pimples? Eruptions? Aching -Bones or against Superintendent Sheats and -. ,"'
Back? Eczema? Old Sorest Bois? thereby secured an overwhelming ornin.
Scrofula? Rheumatism? Foul Breath? .
Catarrh? Are you Pale? If ao purify defeat of its candidate. The Met. A few days inater thc- me-'. met again,
your blood at once with B. B. B. .Botanic had better profit by its experience. And here's the way a harn luck story
Flood Balm). It makes the Bluod Pure The paper that claims that the was told in mighty few words:
anRch, hs emoh sore andth gies a people of the State will be taxed as "Morni. si"'
clear, smooth, healthy skin; Deep- "Mornin..osh"
seated cases like ulcers, canee, eating heavily- to repair a building as to t you say you gae your horse
sores, Painful Swellings, Biloc Poison build one that is more elaborate, has for botsd?"
are quickly cured by B. B. B.,;made es-- no right to trow out insinuations in Turentine
pecially for all obstinate Blood and Skin regard to incapacity to think. "Turpentine."
Troubles. B. B. B. is different from regard to capacity to think. "Killed mine."
other remedies because B. B. 1. drains Jacksonville's all-wise supporters "Mine too." -,
the Poisons and Humors out of the think they kpow it all now, and so "Mornin!"
Blood and entiresystemsothe smp-omns they thought three months ago to "Mornin!'
cannot return. Give it a trial. It cures ag
when all else fails. Thoroughly tested their chagrin, but their memories are A new remedy for biliousness is now
for 30 years. Sold at drug stores at $1 so short and their visions so mysti- on sa'p at Wight & Bro.'s drue store. It
per large bottle, 6 large bottles (full treat- tied by thej view of Jacksonville's is called Chamberlain's Stomach and
ment). $5. So sufferers may test it, a magnificence and grandeur, that they Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and
trial bottle given away absolutely free. .e i will prevent the attack if given-as soon
Write for it. Address BLOoD BALM Co., have forgotten their defeat and can- pas the fivnt thdicationtack if thivedias soon
524 Mitchell st.. Atlanta, Ga. Write to. not realize that Florida is not located pars. Price, 25 cents per box. Samples
day. Describe trouble and free medical in the centre of Jacksonville and that free.
advice given: there are others, who, even though
the y mv n0t be SO wise,,c ount for L u Cut On auwail.
for he evidently doesn't know that be so wise, count for A Scotch highland minister was very
the "out-of-the-way" Capital is on a just as muc4 at the polls as do the fond of commenting on each verse as
railroad. JacksonviLliins. he read it out. On reading the precept,
Verily, verily, we, the representa- We wish Jacksonville much sue- "Walk circumspectly," he said. "Ye've
ties of a large portion of the State cess, and all the magnificent govern- all seen a cat. my brethren, walking on
press and voicing the sentiments of meant buildings she can induce Uncle the top of a wall covered wr' broken
common-sensed people of the State, Sam to er4ct for her, but predict bottles and bits of glass. See hoo it
who constitute a large majority of its that the Capitol will never be within l fts ae itand then anither fit and boo
itiens yunto a he n i- h i --Madson Reordr slowly and carefully it puts it doon. to
citizens, say unto you, the insigmifi- er is- ason ecor keep clear of the sharp bits of glass.
ant minority who are k.cking against Dyseps and General Debility And so. my brethren, in this ward o'
the inevitable and represent tbe u- are curedbyP.P P., Lippman's Great the cat on the walls- we should bewalke
thinking people of the State; ye are Remedy, the superior of all sarsapal.the cat ou the h w
fools and know naught of the great las. circumspectly."
S amount necessary to repair: a build- P. P. P., is the greatest tonic for the Close Resemblance.
ing that needs but little done, and stomach ha was ever known. di- Mrs. Talkso's husband was reading
are incapable of estimating, what a give way rapidly to the powerful tonic an advertisement which asserted that
"'grand, magnificent, spacious, and blood cleansing properties of P. "the mail is quick, the telegrapher is
ornate" building could be erected p P. quicker, but the telephone is quickest,
with Jacksonville's great and grand A Prominent Railroad Superintend- and you don't have to wait for an an-
........ .a n geat living at!Savannah. Ga., (in which swer."

Kneipp cure?" asked one of the
mates of the convalescent ward at t
"Only for poverty." answered t
other, a large, freckle faced woma
"I always went barefoot when
Id on the farm."-C hiegao Tribinm.

In good condition she sweet and lovab
and sings life's song on a joyful harmonic
string. Out of order or unstrung, there
discordance and unhappiness. J ust as the
is one key note to all music so there is one k
note to health. A woman might as well t
to fly without wings as to feel well and Io
well while the organs that make her a woman
are weak or diseased. She must be health
Inside or she can't be healthy outside. Th
are thousands of women suffering silently
over the country. Mistaken modesty ur
their silence. Wh'e there is nothing mo
admirable than a modest woman, health
of the first importance. Every their r c
sideration should give way before it. Bra
field's Female Regulator is a medicine f
women's ills. It is
est way to cure leu-
corrhea, falling of
the womb, nervous-
ness, headache,
backache and gen-
eral weakness. You
will be astonished
at the result. es-
peciallif you have
been xTr.rimennt- L


Tie Next Sete.
The Democrats of Florida hqve
nominated their fall complement of
State Senato/is, and the State Senate
of 1901, will be composed of the
following Senators. The hold-over;
Senators are narked thus*:
First Distr'ct-E. B. McCaskill, of
Nora, Santa Rosa county.
*Second--J. Ed. O'Brien, of Pen
sacola, Escamnbia county.
Third--John Neal, Westville,
Walton and HIolmes.
*Fourth-C. L. Wilson, Marianna.
Fifth-W.1 C. Rouse, Ashmore;
Wakulla, Lilerty and Franklin.
*Sixth--James E. Broome, Quincyj
Seventh-C. C. Wilson, BartowI
*Eighth-Fred. T. Myers, Talla
hassee, Leon.
Ninth-B. F. Kirk, Brooksville
Hernando, Pasco and Citrus.
oTenth-B. D. Wadsworth, Madi
son, Madison.
Eleventh-Thomas Palmer, Taml
pa, Hillsborough.
Twelfth-Eugene C. Ottrell, Old
Town, Taylor and Lafayette.
Thirteenth-E. M. Dimick, Palmn
Beach, Dade and Brevard.
*Fourteenth-B. H. Palmer, Lak(
City, Columbia.
Fifteenth-J. B. Crewis, Lake
Butler, Bradford.
*Sixteenth-A. T. Williams, Fer!
nandina, Nassau.
Seventeenth-J. M. N. Peacock,
Pine Mount, Suwannee.
*Eighteenth-C. B. Rogers, Jack
sonville, Duval.
Nineteenth-C. A. Carson, Kissim
mee, Osceola.
*Twentieth-D. H. Baker, Orangi
Home, Marion and Sumter.
Twenty-first-N. A. Blitch, Phoe-
nix, Levy.
*Twenty-Second-J. S. Denha
Monticello, Jefferson.
Twentv-tbird-lP. W. Butler, Lee,
burg, Lake.
*Twenty-fourth-W. Hunt Harri
Key West, Monroe and Lee.
Twent~-fifth-William Millei
Point Washington, Washington an
*Twenty-,ixth-E. S. Crid, P
latka, Putnam.
Twenty-seventh-J. W. Whiddei
Arcadia, Manatee and DeSoto.
*Twenty-eighth-Frank W.Lane4
New Smyrna, Volusia.
Twenty-ninth-C. Fabian La
Green Cov Springs, Clay an
*Thirtieth-Frank Adams, Jaspet
Thirty-first-W. A. MacWilliam,
St. Augustine, St. Johns.
Thirty-second-H. H. McCrear-"
Gainesville, Alachua.
Good ews for Our Readers
Who have scrofula tamts in their blooi
and who has not? Scrofula in all i
forms is cured by Hood's Sarsaparil
which thoroughly purifies the blo
This disease, which frequently appears
children. Is greatly to be dreaded. It
most likely to affect the glands of nec ,
which become enlarged, eruptions a-
pear on the head and face, and the eyes
are frequently affected. Upon Its fir c
appearance, perhaps in slight ero ptio
or pimples, scrofula should be entire
eradicated ffom the system by a tho-
ough course of Hood's Sarsaparilla
prevent all the painful and sickeni
consequences of running scrofula sos
which drain the system, sap the strength
and make existence utterly wretched.
Had Tried It.
"Did you ever experiment with t


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7 health I, cheese
byYPiles moth v
r-edness cem
tic for -I forms of Dim
Poison, Leo -% ,M Cal
and Dys psla.
Georaiu Bloom, Mamo, i
Writes: had a tired bllg
was ran ~w. Ilgot ab
PP.P. P. It cured me Isawal
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Full Line bf Cook Stoves, Ranges *nd Heatersl

A full Lmine of Steam Fitti'g
conmssting of Pihing, Pipe-fit.
Injectors, Inspators,
Steam Gauges, heck and
IVsalves. Also. : a full line
ber and Leathbr Belting, Ix
Leather, Belt Jjooks and Ste
Packing. A ffl line of HHarS
and Harness Leather.

Celebrated Chattanooga a
Mills, all sizes,
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0 BUacH. -South. W. J. Ca)-rp
vlce: :Preaching ever
I doP.M. Sabbath 19 boolf.
Meeting Wede at tTi
uAxCHU0C. BRev.8B. L.
services wilbebdd n a

rstr CHerac. cev. 8. M. i
. Preaching a 11 ad
mte is extended to all. n

v, Pastor. evs ne
tnda30 P.H. Sunday 1School a
.HsOLuCHURCH. Rev. J.L. X.i

services: High Mass and Sermon 1
Bch*lumbaM AI. 1.Bt rb b3 t
wee k davs. ?a s6:45 A. M.
I1LE DEPt-I't, 'lL iT T t eal
Sat cost price & at The TALLAJ
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. E. Church uIdSu ) Stboolat'i
esorJ G. Riley Superintendent.
rat3. .m. and b p. m.
irser Meeting Tuesday night. Cl
Trsday night. .RIH,
M. F. Balmox P,
awcrIoss' MzEmUbG The Board o0
:sof the Library Association hol
tiDge on the third Friday evening
stb at s D. m. at the library.
'bose who are interested in Chnrst
oe will be welcomed at the resident
C.Lewis, where the sern ces will
odavB at 10:30 a.m.. ednesdays at 7:
r Regular meetings of LBOY LDI
re beld every Tuesday Evening, a
, Room, at- o'clock. AU rn..
s gtandingrere invited to attend.
L L. COLUaNS, -t. -
.CAKMPMziT.--egUlar meeting a>
LA firC4JMPMIIMT No 2. are held 0
third T hursday Evenings ol etc ,
heir Lodge Rooi., at 8 o'clock. ,. :l
Me in good standing are invited w 1Itt
W. n. MC INTOSH. Bit.,
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K Lodge. No. 32 meets
fourth Thursday eveningsof esob 4
assonic Hall.
W. H. CHANCE. Reporter.
cero Lodge No. I K. o P, meets
ursday evening in Castle Hall. V
bts are cordially invite to end.
J. F. HILL, K. oft L S.
(B. & of the K.)

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oolds its meeting every Wednesday euen-
at eight o'clock, at its Lodge rooI up-
one door east of the annex of the a era
some. All members of the Order in ;od
5anding are.cordially invited to attend.
Tac regular convocation of Florida A.
pter No.1. will be held pnthe Secon and
ISorth Mondays of eacBi month at 8 o'4ock
W. M. MCITOSHn, Sa., Sere, y.
W Regular meetnk of JACKSON .4)z0
o. 1, areheld on the ort and third Monfays
in each month. at 8 o'clock. P. M.
W. i McImNTosH. Si.. Secret'tiv.

professional fards.

Call and have your correspondence and gal
work taken in horthand and typewritten an
xpert Stenographer. at reasonable rate. eMirn
Imothand and Tpewriting taught Lameaess
Ipevents my soliciting patronage personally.

46-m. 1_

Office over Capital City Bank,.




Baltimore; Post Graduate 1898,
flaskell Schoolj Chicango.
pr Preservation of Natural Teeth,
Gold Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
Plates a Specialty. Gas administered.

Repairs all kinds of Household articles o0
everyday use. TrunksBags. SW]atcbhlS. ol
Keys, Fastenings. Guns, Pistols.ShootingOu
flt& Umbrellas, also mBicycles and ewga
chites. Shop on Jefferson Street near N
City Market. Work done on short no-tic,
at low oricee. |



and Builder
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
in stock at all times.

J. H. HILL & CO.'S

Gent's FW nshig Goods,


temoet heelng ealve In the world.

Foley's Kidney Cure
mak aey anmd bladder ict

Foley's Honey and Tar
or chim,refre. No opiates.

Foley's Ho-ney ad Tar
heals logs *ad stops the coafb

Mid Duty: "Take try pc er. write
Life throbbing lii-cs. -o:.s w'ciihed with imapt
Enough of sonn-tit.:, ;'s eyet
Enough of singing i .,r :-. .- i;' -iitel"
I sit me down, wier:. ;o, Li:oh my sight
(My inner sight, s ,.c, tie is no onue night)
A vision fiiasi ; ..:ugis f DuV fly
Like southern. bir,'i a.ovL ;-: ; aI-umnO night.
0 mentor strn, no t .k that thou act,
I care not'er li.,.": !.iis i be,
Will far remove ine r ..... in dream of ert
Look, I aw wea-ring Love i..r a;:;.ct!
And hence thou naa;.st as s.oon land and am
As thoughts of tiwve from Low's true wOP
aiper! i
--(Qlint& Si rollnard in Co'smopolitan.

Tiresome Wor4 of iteatting a Ci-
pher DispatcA ok .2Z,OOo ordIs.
Some goveruI wts make use of nu-
merals for their ciphered comminunica-
tions with their agents abroad, other
a mixture of numerals and words, and
yet others exclusively words. Of course,
Old People's Eyes
Often become ii damed and painful.
Hundreds of old people have been made
comfortable by uaing John R. Dickey's
Old Reliable Eye Water. It is absolutely
reliable-absolutelt painless. Send for
circulars or testimonials, or get a bottle
for 25 cents at Wightg & Bro.'s Drug
Store. The genuine is always enclosed
in red carton. |

the only problem, that needs solutionr
in dispatches of this kind is to ascer-
tain the key number or key word.
When that is accomplished, the re-
mainder is easy, thoiugh generally very
tedious. Indeed it is difficult to conceive
of a more tiresome. head splitting piece
of work than either to cipher or deci-
pher a dispatch of some 1,500.or 2,000
words. The writer talks from sad and
weary experience.
Some governments change the key
word or key numerals with each dis-
patch, according to a settled arrange-
ment. Others, again. change it every
month. Sometimes it is placed at the
beginning of the dispatch, at other
times at the end. ro the uninitiated a
dispatch of this kitid will appear in the
nature of a Chinese puzzle, but to an
expert cryptographer the deciphering
of a government code dispatch is mere
child's play.
Occasionally the dispatch will appear
a mere jumble of conusonants without
any meaning, while at other times it
will be so ciphered' as to contain sensi-
ble and plausible sentences, the mean-
ing.of which appears on the surface.
It was a code of this kind that was
used by the Spanish secret agents in
this country during the war with
Spain. and the clever staff of secret
service men employed by the United
States government, were in a very
short time possessed of a key to the
cipher in question.- -ew York Tribune.

Learn to keep your ears open and
VrO mouth closed.-Dallas News.

For Over. iiftv ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfeclsuccess. Itscothes
the child, softens thI gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is tie best
remedy for diarrhcia. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," and take 'o other kind.

, -,----' -- '- --"- '-"-I-

Vietim of an Awful Calamity. -
"It came out, as I journeyed on horn-
back through Dakota. that almost ev-
ery settler's land was under mortgage,"
said a westerner, "and one day. when
I came upon a pioneer seated on the
grass by the roadside, with a troubled
look on his face. I asked him if it was
the mortgage he was worrying about.
"'Wuss .tan that. stranger,' he re-
plied as he looked up wearily.
Sickness or death in the family?
"'Wuss than that'
"'Then it must be a calamity Indeed.
You didn't lose family and home by a
prairie fire?'
'Nope. but you are right about Its
bein a calamity. I've been trying to
think of that word for two hours past.
Yes, sir, you can put it down as an aw-
ful calamity."
"'But woM't you explain?' I persist-
"'I will. sir. Thar was a mortgage
on the claim, and I was feelin as big
as any of my neighbors and takin
things easy when my wife was left
$C00. Stranger. dare I tell you what
she did with that money?'
"'She didn't lose it?'
"'No. sir. She jest paid that mort-
gage, bought two horses and a plow.
and this morn in I was bounced out of
my own cabin bekase I wouldn't peel
off my coat and go to work! Yes, sir.
you are right. It's a calamity-a ca-
lamity that's landed me on the outside
-and between my durned pride and
her blamed spunk somebody'll be eatin
grass afore Saturday night!' "-Wash-
ington Post.
Burns and Tam Samxon.
Tam Samson was a gray haired vet-
eran sportsman, who on one occasion,
when out moorfowl shooting and feel-
ing the weight of years begin to press
upon him, expressed the belief that the
expedition was to be his last and de-
sired, in somewhat tragic style, that
he might die and be buried in the
Burns, hearing of this, immediately
composed his famous elegy, in which
he related at length the exploits and
skill .of his hero. ending each verse
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
with the plaintive line. "Ta rn Samson-s
Some one having told Samson that
Burns had written a poem-"a gey
queer ane"-about him. he sent for the
poet and in something like wrath asked
him to read what he had written. On
hearing the recital of his exploits he
smiled grimly and seemed by no means
displeased. "But" he exclaimed, "I'm
no' dead yet. Robin. Wherefore sniould-
ye say that I'm dead?" Burns retired
for a few minutes; then he returned
and recited to Tam the following verse,
which he had composed in the Inter-

Co, Fame, an canter like a filly
Through a' the streets an neuks of Killie;
Tell ev'ry social, honest billie
To cease his grievin,
For yet, unskaith'd by Death's gleg gullie.
Tam Samson's livin!
Samson laughed gleefully and ex-
claimed, "That's no' bad, Robin; that'U
do." and the poet was received once
more into his good graces.-Chambers'
Hunting Baboons In South Africa.
The baboons which frequent this
rocky country are so destructive to the
stock farms that organized raids have
to be made upon them. It is useless
trying to get a shot at the baboon dur-
ing the day; he is a wily creature and
knows the deadly effects of a rifle just
as well as the hunter.
Early in the morning the party leave
"the farm and quietly surround the
kranz, or rock, where the unsuspecting
baboons are sleeping. At the first
break of dawn the head baboon is on
the move. to sed that everything is



etors find








RaSt fr His e rvels SMme -
HIs New, Free Beek.
S Dr. Hathw s method
ment. It Is theresult of
twenty year of expert-
enee In the most exten-
sire practice of any
specialist in his line in
the world. He was grad-
ated fromne ofe o the
bestmedical colleges In
the country and perfect-
ed his medical and surgi-
cal education by exten-
sive hospital practi
Early in his professional career he made discov-
eries which placed him at the head of his profes-
sion as a specialist in treating what are generally
known as pr&i diseases of men and women.
This systemof treatment he has more and more
perfected each year until today his cares are so
Invariable as to be te t marvel of te med-ual
Enjoyig the largest practice of any specialist
in the world he still maintains a system of nomi-
nal fees which makes it possible for all to obtain
his services.
Dr. Hatbaway tresa and cures oss of Vitality,
Varicoele, Stricture, Blood Poisoning In Its dif-
ferent stages. Rhwn- tn-m, Weak Back, Nerv-
ousness, all manner of Urinary Complaints,
Ulcers ores and Skin Diseases, Brights Disease
and an forms of Kidney Troubles. Histreatment
for undertoned men restores lost vitalty and
makes the patient a strong, well, vigorous man.
Dr. Hathaways seeess n the treatment of
Var'leeleand Stricture without the aid of knife
or cautery IsphenomenaL The patient is treated
by this method at his own home without pain or
loss of time trom bslmDNes. ThisIs positively the
only treatment which cures withoutan operation.
Dr. Hathaway ealls the particular attention of
sufferers from Varloeocee and Stricture to pages
27.2,29, 30 and 31 of his nw book, entitled,
"Manliness, Vigor. Health," a copy of which will
be sent free on application.
Write today for free book and symptom blank,
mntioping your complaint.
Dr. Hathaway & Co,
25 Bryan Street. Savannah, Ga.
right. He no sooner makes an appear-
ance than he is greeted with a shower
of lead. In an instant the whole troop
is in an uproar. They rush hither and
thither, howling with rage and pain.
looking for a place of escape. But few
of them succeed. Directly the hunters
have retired, the blacks, who have
been following up the party, make a
rush for the tails of the baboons.
Sometimes they are in so great a hurry
to secure these that they fail to ob-
serve that the baboon is not dead and
an ugly bite or tear is the result. The
tails are taken to the magistrate's of-
fice, where a reward of 2s. Gd. each is
paid for them by government.-London


The Native Wometn Are Enthuslastle
Devotees or the Weed.
In South Africa the native woman
smokes incessantly. Your native serv-
ant smokes as she cooks and as she
washes. The tobacco she likes is rank.
The dainty cigarette an English or
Russian lady of fashion enjoys. smok-
ed through a quilL so that no nicotine
can stain either teeth or fingers, would
be sneered at by a Kaffir. "Give me a
pipe and something in it I can taste."
is in effect what she says.
The men Kaffirs are beyond tobacco.
They smoke something so vehement
that it makes them cough and splutter,
lose .their breath, choke and sneeze to
It Heals the Lungs.
When suffering from a racking cough,
take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar.
The soreness will be relieved and a
warm, grateful feeling and healing of
the parts affected will be experienced.
Take no substitute. Wight & Bro.

an alarming degree. They like snuff.
too, and are fond of offering and tak-
ing pinches of it ("sclniff" they call it)
when they meet and visit one another.
Regarding tobacco as too mild for
their taste, the Kaffirs take another
weed and smoke that. They proceed
to arr.-nge a smoking party, by squat-
ting on the ground and getting ready
their "pipe." a cow horn with a thin
tube in it inserted half way down at
right angles to the h9rn. The end of
the tube is in a basin, and it is from it
that the smoker sucks the strong stuff
that makes him incapable of anything
but a series of coughs and chokes for
some time after he has had his turn
at the pipe. which is passed around
from man to man. until a perfect cho-
rus of coughs rends the air.
The tobacco the Boers smoke looks
like poor tea and is peculiar in flavor,
yet Englishmen who have become used
to it acquire such a taste for it that
they never ask for any other kind.-
London Mail.

Relies of Former Ages.
The big tree of California is unique
in the world. It is the largest, oldest
and most majestically. graceful of all
trees. Scarcest of known tree species.
-It is the best living representative of a
former geologic age. It has come down.
through the ages simply by reason of
Its superb powers of defense against
hostile conditions. The bark Is some-
times as much as two -feet thick and Is
almost noncombustible. The oldest
specimens felled are still sound at the
heart. Yet, with all Its advantages.
the big trees do not seem to have in-
creased their range since the glacial
epoch.-Washington Post.

Not His.
The drill Instructor's face turned
-2,&6 Maha -Q+1Aarw

i Lr4 In sell's IBqem=.
|Once, when he firs| came to Lon-
- aLd was laying tI foundation of
is great caemer, says Iondon letter.
'he future Loed Chic I.Iustike Russell
tent to the pWt of a th 'ter. The piece
-as popular. the pit: ujis crowded And.
e young advluc .t h* only standing
om. All of a uiddth a man at his
ide cried out that is watch was
stolen. Mr. Rustz:'ll .nd two other
Men were hemmed in.
,"It is one of you tl ree." cried the
lan minus the watch.
"W'l,. we had bette go out and be
s arched." said Mr. R sssell, with the
a rtuess of mind that id not fail him
a trying mo',ient a id an excited
c owd. A detective w at hand, and
tqe su.Zestion was ac pled. As Mr.
Issell walked out t idea flashed
through his mind that f the man be-
hind him had the stolen property he
wbuld probably try to *'crete it in the
p.ket of his front rau man. Quick
thought he drew his iattails about
hin-only to feel. to hi horror, some-
thing large and smoothjand round al-
rm dy in his poeczet. .
hVlile he was still wNndering what
ths might mean for lhiuq. the detective
e rgetically seized the tindmost man,
eilaiming: V"What. you rascal! At it
a_ in!" To Mr. tussell.-and the other
man he apologized and made them go
*ut Mr. Russell, before. he had taken
ny steps, reflected thi:tt he could not
k p the watch. IHe we t back to the
bo office and explained with a cour-
on which he afterward said lie
ra ly experienced greatter demands.
th t though he did not tLike the watch
he ad it. So saying. he~ put his hand
In his pocket and pulled out-a for-
go ten suffbox.


iy one can ride prosperity and a
el when they walk, bat when they
nost persons are apt 4 be hurt.






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S A. M., M. D., Prelt

7 aSaAvenue, Chicago ill.
ed in Chicago over twenty years.
eguir chartered under act of llinois
Capital (fully paid) 14100.000.
The od largest, most rellable.4nd sue-
estful I institute in the L'S.
Private ama for 'aticnts wit haeiuties
for any ergeacy. X-Ray, Xicr wopical
and Urise iEal Examinations arenade in
all eases Bnever diagnosis Is dfibtfuL.
Write f< free Book on Deforntles and
Braces, C b Feet. Curvature of Spine,
Bmeitl$se Catnrrh, Cancer. Tm Piles,
Paalysis, pilepsy, Kidney, Blader, Eye,

A Family Ne4le Chest.
A family medicine chest for ten center
In a pretty litt" enameled ietal box
you have the means of keeping the
whole family healthy, from baby togood
old grand-pa.. Go to your druggist and
get a bx of Cascarets Candy Cathartic
for ten cents, and see ohat you always
have them in the house. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, sleeplese-
nems; worms and nearlyivery other ail-
ment are cured by so4e form of eon-
stipation and in that lite box you have
a perfect remedy always at hand. Save
your doctor bills and prvent serious ill-
nes by the use of the stet, dainty little
pieces of candy that m e you well and
keep you well. We- re ommend Casca-
rets to all our readers.

Tbc Lar[est aand ost Complet

Estaisme$ south O

(113. 8. HACKER & SON

-Manufactuerm of-


AI Bnilcrs' Suplies

S 43-1y


New People--New (Stock-ew Prices-In

Old Post Oice


Come and see us, if onl to l(ook.
An up-to date stock., rices right.
Best Soda Water in thp City. All
the New and Latest Drinks.
Don't be out of the puih but come
and trade at our store. A
Williams, "THE DRUGGIST."
In Old Post Office.

Are YTo Weaki
r Wekness manifests itself in the loae.of
ambition and aching bones. The blood is
watery; the tissues are wasting-the door is
beingopened for disease. A bottle of Browns'
Iron Bitters taken in time will restore your
strength, soothe your nerves, make your
blood rich and red. Do you more good
than an expensive special course of medicine.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.

Notice in "Inventive Age" 4
Book."How to obtain Patents" Il I
Sharges moderate. No fee till patent is secured.
Letters strictly confidential. Addgtre, D.C.
LE. 6. SGGERS. Patent Lawyer. WasAngtonl D. C.,

Capital CityLivery, Feed
Double and Single Teams,
Patronage Solicited
S Satisfaction Intended.


Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the roost
wonderful medical discovery of the age,
pleasant and refreshing to 'he tavte, act

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BT Li SSE N of Fl rida had voted-as they as- removal to his very door would offer Two Tales from the Sm Mr. J.L s t TT
piledM A ofl~ ~ti~ plt'aeaif -isit. 'vor.-a Lhy asox-CV n
1 iredlywill not-to remove the Cap no recompense, for his piled up taxes. It is a well known fact at the p hissant pisd. Mr. Lux- COLL
ital to -nJa f .sronvri l tha 0,0 4Most of as know what giving mort- best, most prominent an most ford has bee traveling throughout the
Tu ital gua Jacksonville, that v100,000,r gages and paying interest mean, and< progressive citizens here a united State in t intreet of the Valdosta
T~~~~~~h batns ten ofAW alloee bytin nobdd hel v bvtefrr
Now? "oS garateedby nobody, would never by our vote for removal, we place a to such degree for Capital moval kbai e a that lh tal wt
Sbe hard of again.-Pensaeola burden upon our children and make that they have given of th r time fnds the e tinient everywhere, espec-
ow.c. TaBa.Bditord rprietor. -Daiy News. more secure the yoke of the politi- and their means to further t e "agi- ially in Sut Florida. is most favora'ly I if
*DEMOCRATIC N MIN\ES.cian, about our own necks. station (that is. Capital rem al.-) towards T lahasee's ema ning the
DEMOGRATIN MINEES. Thq following clipping is an ex- 3. Its removal is not demanded by -Jacksonville Metropolis. Capital. and e ra THE FLORIDA
For tract from a letter from A. 0. the people, who pay the taxes. The The Capital Removal qu tion is of the Vald SHON. s. AAN. W t f Duval county, appearing question was forced to the front by another rich man's war an a poor a large and very fineexhibit, and that it LITERARY
For Presidential aletor.- i a few unscrupulous politicians who man's fight. The business en of will be largey attended. Headvies all
'JOHN 1. BEARD, of al, Inetropo ctober 1h live by agitating the public mind. the city have been liberal en gh in who cote ate visiting it to write
W.~ EL2~ f Ha'Mr. Clak Mrhcae n hol ~rbk at Valdosta, P .bx6)adb
N M I EL.L4 Iabe "HadMr. lark, Mr. McNamee and They should be rebuked. every enterprise save in this. There *ill e e scurg co an A College that is 1
M. L. WILLIAMS of Desoto. other birds of passage not succeeded 4. We have a splendid Capitol is not a man, woman or child in the dations lor .m.
W- HUNT HAR of Vonroe. in their ad captandum clap-trap building at Tallahasse, and it is paid community, who would not bene- thorough f
8. J. HILBURN. Pnam. pt rmol f thpr for. True, it is not very "accessible" fitted by the removal of the -apital An Ordinan Levying a Fax for tue
W. F. HINES, of uter, aboktsCapital removal, for thepur-
tDANIELCAMPB .Lo'Walton. to lobbyists and those who fill their to Jacksonville, and yet the contri- General xpenes of the City Gor
--pose capturing organization in
S-1 captng packets by corrupting legislatures, buttons of those who are ble to ernment.
stateTi this county this.summer, there is lit- but it is a good place for our public contribute liberally, have abso- ne a o i hned the i oe te c t o wion L 1.
Fowi r Ve riNGS. tie dbt but, that today they would servants to go to make laws. The Itely niggardlyand unworthy of the Tna e: n n o u
WILLIAM S. J iNGS. mill bebt leuie 9o hl yaal prpry ihn-. Soe
For Justice of th sum preme court. be running an independent ticket statement that it will cost more to manhood of those who cl ims to Tmilns be leviepin an one quarte wiun useay
FRANCIS CARTER. and as hard against the or- repair the Capitol at Tallahassee, represent the city's interest. -Jack- the corpa it f Ci ase
For secretary State. thanto erect a better building else- sonville Journal,. the year 190 Provided, however, Ihat fhe one hnlred and s
JOHN L. CRA RD. ganipd Democracy as they are to- a lie on its face. The levy of the aboetax i so ara thsa to lent< from sixteen
Wi6AMB M&R.IL d g f it." Th b in wi th lace re i par the xr of lighting tae city. shall faoce. T aiial live s3Mtes Bet
For Attornev-G eral. da hting for it." The Metropolis' building in which the Legislature taken mdi i ay purpose to use gas for n.
WILLIAM B. MAR. r et evr to yr i o s ii I Y'a IH2zB S rBOM any particular me, and shall not, in any wie.
For-Com er only comment On the letter IS that, meets every two years IS of sod atect the righ f the city to stop using ga at any Two full years' instru
W. H. RE LDS. A. developing stone and masonryand we never figns"p tiniedcity unci OctoberI, IX.). lo h1 iy rt
For Treasu r. Wrghear that it needs "repairs", until the Signed) F. W. AMSTf.Ne course o sd u
J. B. WHITF LD. into a letter writer of great magni- piodical Capital remover gets on Duval's Opposition. rdt ciy con ch ad Ita
Wo.sha lntSoEInstruction tude"-a weak attempt at irony, we his hind legs and begins to howl. That there is serious oppo tion in idi R. B. UItAN. Malor. nFu cOe Cu irse
W. .SEIOctober Pltth, M), .A.B .o .
Forcommissionerof culture. sunppse. Or is it that even the We have always advocated low our own ranks, on the Ca ital re- Attest: II. WILLIAM. teachers. pen-March 4t
.B.BE.MC Metrspolis has not sufficient gall'to taxes, and we would be false to our moval question, is apparel to all 34-t (it Clerk. -u r u a'I to
Railroad Comm dtioner. epoi aty did we not warn the people, who daily talk to the voters of our AnOrdins Levying a Special Tax musi tauh r e. Tit
JOHN L, Mo AN. deny the above allegations. But that did n-' Is dollars per month.
c t b te r n r w e who pay taxes, of the danger ahead. city, as we do.- lorida journal, for WA Protection.
County Tic e. cant be the reason, for whoever Capital removal means increased Jacksonville. [ i nt grnin he, i, y hcoini orf the En ft MURPHRt
For Members atur. knew the Metropolis to be wanting taxes, and we are satisfied that not Until Jacksonville can be peace of r.,1aht nm
HON. GEO. P. ANEY, in that cheap commodity. only in Levy county but even in the with herself, how can she ex et tee Se-ie HON. I- M. 11 PKINS. .' 0tis eithIaed Ilium :I it :lerjmrvwtintecr-__
o C.E. M.r H PKINSTe. srs outhermost counties of the State, rest of the State to trust r with Inrmeli-ino he i Hah e or Water
For Cerk Cr^ uar. Ta lahassee must needs resist the Tallahassee will have thousands of wider interests? Individual feelings Pisse'it .( i n(t. ii i (o
For C t efforts of the Capital movers, but she votes. We ask the people to con- should be silent when the i terests R A. WHIT ELD. need lloose no sleep on account of the sider the gravity of the question, and of the whole are at stake; b kering Apic r iedl .t c Cu .
supentenet pu ic instrucon. issue It is only necessary to keep vote, not for some favorite city, but never did prove good rrowi food. (. (Thr-
Fior.8uperintendent Pu ic Instruction. is-sue. It is only necessary to keep T -Oct 12th. If
Sw. BANNE MAN. i for the State's best good. Concern- 1 imes-Union and Citizn. t c
C. WMbefore the people the fact that it is a tg .A 1 i.ttest: wr
*o For'Sheri th mt ir... ing the cost of removal we shall lr
JOHN A. rF RUB. scheme, born of the most iniquitous have more to say later.-The Levy Democratic Prim ies. No ceto Pysicins. IC
Jrcounty T urr. desires of a few demagogues, who Times-Democrat. IMAYELECTION WILL 'Hri f1, AI> un1)IDCAL )
JOHN DAY Pt6 KINS. larxamine polalin for e inone s.evera
ForTxA: hope to profit by the money they can Tom Sawyer on Capital Removal. eciiicLs f eo cowity, r I itrit of the ae o Flord wi vne i >
For Tax A. Ir. t_ d, Nof Tal hIsDe, the Iapitalth on the Iirst of
H. T. FEL EL. force'out of the aspiring cities, who Dunedin, Oct. 4th, 1900.-Editor uedNove r h A. *. w the yued in No mr. i. lwin the 0th -
tor. ~~~~~~~~~~~~hours oi 6 o'clock a. in. and sundtow w~ithm an amohrtieprs.fenluiitc-
For Tax Col tor. would like to enter the race, and the Press-The lawyers who are going adjournment of an hal f hour 6et lI nos nSan ranti er aes t.: io
w. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o A.'coe DEM.aud I oci P.111_ 1 Lite tk~ieiii ntSaeo '~rd.te im~t
W. A. DEM LY. further ainsthe hope to get if they about over the State urging the re- pose o votig tor one ot the loowing 5il..ies .ei c1n e inoL'o a a
For County S, veyor. g i moval of the Capital from Tallahas- or the wi o le ae to- 'I th- State of F rida. etc. The t>etinr will l
W. T. BANN MAN. get the q ilestion of amendment -sub- Jactsonvilge, held at ofi Fl rid n' et Te alictin?10 0'wi Rl o
see are throwing away their time- Ocala, a.t T. sharp.
For Memer AVSelmelP Iee aoare ben paid TIuguaile. All lousepraiugnteSae vtiu]c~i
or Member Sh oa. mittelld to the people, so that they unless indeed they are being paid for Tlauiha"i Asieh;. pra icinein.;atwit.outic.
GEO. I. DAVI.'IE1f' will please ti-dentr-hro n oen e-
| EVFIELD can barter again upon nominations their services. and f the soloing St ae Oicer- to tilled by pene alves a u. oer the re
GILBERT HAR FIELD. caMatra otcrsivcs apigolltilent by the G.Jveifnor, Lo- wit: dhent.14~~ 'tnl.Byodr0 h rd
-_____w. when the convention meets, as they 'The Capital is not. going to be c-,eisL1 *wo.< TrM.r-u.. M. .prs. re
moved.^^ It will not suprs me f' e Attorneii-y O h icra Juiil:rut l. ><(ir. M;YN T1 P.
CONSTITUTIONAL NVENTIONEX did the last time.-Tampa Advance. moved. It will not surprise me, if O ar tmorney- .ti: 2 ialIrcuit; 3-1 3 t t .
PENSIVE AND U ECESSARY. Tallahassee does not get more votes and fdr vandiaten tor ile fuonowi county
PENSIV AND U In his speech at Indianapolis last than all the others combined. The Fivc It is probable that t is not gener- triet) A OMPETI IVF EXAMINATION WILc, (1
that t genr- week Roosevelt tried to inject the reasons urged for removal are not adalo upon tia question of calling hstitu- A at itlil < 0en 3 ni
ally known that the question of call- old"bloody shirt issue" into the pres.- such as will appeal to the majority of u tolalo inspectors are here by p Nove ier 271 rN, for the purpe of -ect
ing a Constitutional convention is to i our tax-payers- --iin fact the defeat of to conitle I sunspectors and one of uen In- at reiinmpa a for a caelt-ipS
ent campaign. His belated praise oi sectors shall act, as Clerk should y a1of w r e alternate wilsI 1ui1 fo mpetal an p be settled at the prii arv election to cag the proposofhon is a foregone conclu- peros so appointed ii to apleIkar o. ue to Gale on Marc w ri o ea a ph. s tssn
S. the charge of the negro regulars at The resent building is ood serveo the day o said prmary el ion such cal examinati b a board appointed by the e *
be held on Novembe 6,1900. This vacancy shall be tilled by tie uin.pectoi Inspee- War Departme t. C n
Santiago was all right; but lie did not enough for the State, so long as tens tors present from among Mne while mocrats For further formation. apply to ion Goo
is not surprising be use the matter them the t that was their of thousands of our people are com- the pmois iJ no ust ri R uner re. T. Myers. rllalhassee, J
w introduced in the platform Had he done so, he would have polled to live in shanties without o. Such npcto shall, before o g the u R. MALLORY.
adotedby he ta onvntin ei or h dnesolnto ae -oswear cacti other tolaitniulu om~ee -_
|adopted by the Sta oehe and his rough riders had ceilings or paint; nor does it need any n din alutrespct, oa as -reur- etethey
Jacksonville last J >e without any be sv from b th extensive repairs. ahall conduct said election, canvass, d -hare and uyr M
of te been saved from annihilation, by the h old building should'' be return the result in accordance with general IFL i
knowled'ge on the pt of the people te .or other ct Laws ot te state such re n shall
rT Ko charge of this regiment. burned, or otherwise destroyed, and be delivered to the Chairman o1 the ty Ex- |
of the State. Thel has been no A- Tallahassee the people of Flor- the State had to be rebuild, the it ec^^i'eTitleeion all ando7l be white
demand for a Const tonal Conven- would be reasonable to exepct the Democratic electors, who in the trene Election,
ad E-as a eaairdVUB i Capitol building that is one .ol oe re8Dal t0npc ew on th sam an y. want aa vO ior mhe \ -^ *^ p l
tion because there is o necessity for i l a. a people of the peninsula to vote for candidates of the Democratc part (bun-y' A W ONDE RFUL
oftle most substantial buildings in D 1 Tth State and National. hllb permitted pria
one The present institutionn of uena hon or brilby, or some otereing perms vote in .
S a nd eaeeinthe State, adequate in all respects great railroad center, but for the she Priwary in the election Disrc i which he M e di
the State became e ective in Janu- fo it edadi. ilntcotpeetTlaasewl d. s have benqualifed to vote, and I have
te for is needs, and it will not cost present Tallahassve will do. Voted in the General Election that da .and any
ary 1, 1887, and meft the neceeSI- elector whose right to vote is challne may be
*ties and demands ofA he people. As theny one cent to keep it. And, un- If by any lack of interest, or any required by the s to swwar o afirm t Cu Neuralgic, Rheumatic, Nervous or Spasmc
lesstesan demnd signsh faile ths inen .t kee carelessness on the part of the voters the necessary qualifcaion. less all signs fail, they intend .to keep *NAMES Op INSPECTORS OF ELECT N TOO.ache, Headache, Back.che, Sprain Brur
changes in particula provisions are it. a majority should appear for removal, District No. -w T Bannerinan. Too achermp Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, rins
* desired amendment have been pro- y -ou will see such a stir in Florida as croiare, B PAtaon. x Crm p l KC ids, Stiff Neck, Sorener So
posed, from time to e, by the Leg- Ispairing of getting audiences to has not beenlwitnes sinc 17 Itrrat No. 2-C P Danvi, IACPj ellgL 0 SicgStomach or Sea Sickness. In cases of B
slature and adopted uy the people at listen to their speeches-in other Party lines will be ignored and the src No. 3-L v Dennar0 ACP< Oel, L s S PtemOnSa, it affords
If ciiati-h a C.tal Democracy will have the biggest oisirict No. 4-clas Bnrney, Elui tenC wo u it afod
the polls. This is f and com. citie the Jacksonville Capital re row it evir experienced. We will District No. 5. A Wiamson.CB ones.J B l IF .

I paratively inexpens ve method of movfl orators went home last weeK have a Legislature hopelessly divided Minge -p woobe- -tGN I -
accomplishing such changes in the to hqld a meeng, and even there and the contest will come again be- Footman. 7--m Roberts, G HA ret, TA N
organic law, as ma desired. If the chief attraction was a barbecue, fore the people. The party whip tetNo. --WmRbH A TAJS_
orgai w, s t may crack, but men will laugh at it. i strict No. 8-- Richard Bradford, Powell.
the people of the S te wish further To move the Capital from Talla- Western and Central Florida will not District No. 9--E B Garner, K ley, J H
changes in the Cons tuition they can hass e means in annual increase of give up the Capital without a fight D et NO o-.-C C Moore T F Sl 8 W.EET H ER B
get them presented rough the Leg- *80,000 on the taxes of the people of so bitter, that our children, thirty Moore. -W Owens F P war.
District No. 11-B w Owen: F P ward. LRE G
islature and vote on' each proposed Floria, withoutone cent of benefit years from now, will refer to the J. A Mc sey. Pe. T TttT R R 7 YT7
change, separately, a e polls. This in return. Will they move it. NO. a s ot re o oT e. W illi ms Jr
will secure the adoption only of such, .., we remember the days of recon. Noe- NO. 13--Wi Phillip L B ten,
l secure the adoon only of such T1ahassee has a number of strong truction. You touch a man's pock- District No. 14-B F Maxwell, PL wright, -
as are really desired by the people and influential men in Tampa adv et or endanger what he deems a vi- I -B tower,
and they will not be forced to accept, .. tal interest and party fealty becomes 8a en g... Billiousn Constiption, FHartbarn, Intigestion, [
Ste w holl Cortito catng her cause e w get a burden to be shaken off. The row 16.-- HN G Lewis, Josh ( y, T s Ailme resulting from a Disordered Liver, sue
orote from that place.-Plant City which promises to be so big in this st o. 1i D Atkinson. A A petite, Despondency, Bldes, Weakness, Tire
tlon. i Courier. county two years from now, will be District No. 18-J D Stoatamire, W C Rawls, and Inactivity of the Mind.
The Constitutional Convention of but a sneeze in a cyclone compared WJt Freem n .l omiti 1'
1885 cost the tax-pers 65,000 f H. M. Flagler, the great railroad toe tb ao e he State- nams ro >ofndt St uforlates and purifies tl
: '- the session, and someof its provisions and hotel magnate, has become a Tom Sawyer in West Hillsborough at suchk Prmary election: T
necessitated an incre se in the debt oitin of Floria, y registering Pre. To be Used at the Primary Eleetion to Held onn
Sof the State, the t of which, the West Palm pleach precinct of To the Deaf. the day .oNovember, A... .... pan ese Eye W
amounting to $100,0 0, was just paid Dad& county. noes n t of hea i. asons Make aCroes Mark (X) before e of cityor Cures Sor or Inflamed Eyes Granulated Eye Lids, an
person of your choice.ak Ees
off this year. An other Constitu- A, vote for Tallahassee is a vote Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his your choe. ___strenthen
.1 co.t Institute, so that deaf people unable to For State Capital I
tional Convention 11 cost at least again st increased taxation. procure the Er Drums m Forsta c ille old r a Guara tee--=No Car
as much as the one of 1885, and very Caia Rem l. free. Address No. 1296 The Nicholson J
Sas muc as the one of 188, an very Capital Remval. Institute 780 Eihth Avenue New Nver pains the eye to use it, but is granted
much more. No go9d to the people Te question of Capital removal York. 14 vote for one. any other remedy cala.
of the State can coume from this use- which has been inopportunely and Competitive Pramination Will be St. Augstne. _.
less expenditure. Jthe people of unwiely, thrust upon the Democratic Held at Tallahassee. Tallahassee.
SFlorida cannot affof to experiment people by a few designing and 4is- As will be seen by an advertise- tate : .IO tT CrANT
in needless expenditire'- money, at honest politicians, calls for the care- ment elsewhere in the TALLAHAS- Vote for one. Rufus E. Ros. T l faorse Owner and Sto k
in m needless expendtires of money, ful consideration of every tax-payer. SEEAN today, a competitive examina- F dut ,t anT neock
r v this time, when they are striving to It is no small matter to move a State tion for a West Point cadetship from ; vF or AoUtantr-eneral
S' recover from reverses of recent years. Capital, and removal is always at- Florida, will be held at Tallahassee, vote fone. Patric Hou If yo ow mles or horses you should by all m
Vote against the calling of a State tended with more or less corruption, Tuesday, November 27. At thidex- For state attorney, nd Ju- command
SConvention in the primary ballotand jobbery and extravagance, amination a principal and alternative vote fr one. diciaercuita: W-l er-s D ead Sh t C o
sa-v a leas S0... ^* We want the tax-payers of Levy will be selected to appear in Atlanta, f V a r s= D eal IUL CL
sav at least county to study the question, and we Mirch 1, 1901, for mental and physi. For county commissioers. FOR MULES AND HORSES
Jacksonville proposes to erect a warn them to beware of the smooth- cal examination, and if he passes the District No. .
Stoned "removalist," *who would the latter he will be admitted to E. Smith. It is oaranteed to relieve any cas of colic in
Capitol buildim at her own expense; ___ *-, w tun mninnt_ It iq tuh urnlrld'; mI ;n aa ,. t- ,;.




or Both Sexms

Fourth Annual i

mber 27,
eventy-seven stu-
Ptornia counties
ere eiinrl-ed la,1
'tion in ca-.h of the i
L by an eiinut pr*
unmed fr>in a two Y04
rope, viz:
lian. &
ating to the Normual deirtmemi,
h, 1i9l1. Stropaga
ruuimle 1 iit-ti 5etjew
ry li.pirtimeiiL Vai
ion fro-. |I,0l l H0%
Send for new tilalom

EE, President,
Tallahassee, I



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ses,1Lame- da1

of InseIts,
re T ro t
ad C ghs
'& a *a
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cine. |
idic Pains, er|
es, Lame- 'f d
of Insects,
re Throat,
td Coughs, 19




[eadache, and all
h as Loss of
d Feeling n

ie Blood.

d is soothing an

e, T6 Pag.
ed to cure
ever used.


means keep at ready

)lic Cure
aules or horses in
T* man ha %,Imj n- I m ^

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are made with Royal Baking

Powder, and are the most appe-

tizing, healthful and nutritious
of foods.

Hot biscuit made with im-

-- I

L The Dentiss
E Cotton is q
4 cents.
SMr. A.C.P
nan of Mic
IMr. Patter
Chairs made

week, is a
Hon. J. L..
ent of Wakul


and adulterated baking

neither api,, ~izing

powder are

or wholesome.

It all depends upon the bak-

ig powder.


care to have



biscuit made with Royal,

hich is a pure cream of tartar



king powder, if

void indigestion.


Dr. W. E. Lewis, DeuibL. Phone No.
68. 48-10t
( L -- U,.* Mr. J. R. Co-
Shirthen has re-
ceived a new
line of Shirt Waists, both in silk and
woolen goods. He has them in all sizes
to suit the most fastidious.
Thomas Johnson, a feeble-minded man,
aged sixty-seven years, has been sent to
the State Hospital at Chattahoochee,
Hon. E M. Hopkins, Leon's repre-
sentative in the Let islature, will address
the Crawfordville Bryan and Stevenson
club next Saturday niglt.
To stimulate a Sluggish Liver, Banish
Biliousness, Disperse Dyspepsia, Prevent
Sick and Nervous Headache, use Dr. M.
A. Sunmonus Liver Medicine.

The Platonic Debating Society of the
West Florida Seminary will hold their
public debate next Friday afternoon at
the Seminary. '"R--olved. That China
should be partitioned among the Pow-
ers" will be the subject for debate. E.
G Johnston and B. A. Meginniss will
advocate the affirmative, and Arthur
Randolph and Emmet Wilson the nega-
Fulton Market Canned Beef, at Ran-
dolph & Co.'s.
Choice selections of Cut Glaas, at
Sweeting's. t
Buckwheat. at Randolph & Co.'s.
T[IAWT .... Ladies',Gents' and
iUnil rVtUYts Children's Under-
U vests at Cohen's.
Take time by the forelock and be ready
with your Flannels when Jack Frost
puts in an appearance.
For that Cough- Try Lincon's
Cough Syrup-sold and guaranteed
by Wight & Bro., Druggists.
A lovely assortment of fancy mantle
clocks, for the holiday season at Sweet-

We have another thousand of those
good Tampa Smoker Cigars, 3 for 10cts,
Racket Grocery.
Mince Meat, at Randolph & Co.'s.
M. T. Joiner's headquarters for Sin-
ger Sewing Machine supplies has been Miss Gerard's store. Call or
send there for what you want. 31-tf
Spend your cash with men who are up
to date, and give Trading Stamps. 324t
Sweet Pickles, by the quart, at Ran-
dolph & Co's.
Go to J. R.
Flannl WaistsCohen's and
examine his
Stock of All Wool Shirt Waists. They
are just the thing you need for solid
comfort. Perfect in fit and the latest
style out.
Evaporated Apples. Peaches and" Ap-
ricots, at Randolph & Co.'s.

It is a Fact,

Dr. K. A. Shine."
ted today in Tallahassee

well, the successful dairy-
ukie, was in the city Mon-

a prominent citizen of
business trip to the city

.,afety pervade the house
*One Minute Cough Cure
ren edy that produce
Its.. It is infallible for
p and all throat and
It will prevent consump
.-Lively who was over in
n busmess during last
~ al, County Superintend-
was in the city Mon-

For sprain swellings and lameness
there is nothi so good asChamberlain'b
Pam Balm. y it. For sale by Wight
& BrQ. andal] other medicine dealers.
Mrs. Georg P. Raney, Jr., of Tampa,
Is visiting fr nds and relatives m the
Capital City is week.
Dr. Moor a d Mr. T. B. Byrd went
over to Bainb dge yesterday to meet their
directors of .t Georgia Pine Railroad
Company. V hope to have good news
for Tallahasepens next week.
This is the aon when mothers are
alarmed on account of croup, it is
quickly cure by One Minute Cough
Vure, which hAildren like to take. All
Mr. J. C. MKler and family, of Cedar
Keys, are vising Mrs. Miller's father,
Mr. Joe. Costa; of this city.
Mrs. L. B. ombwell and son who
for the past t months -has been on a
visit to heroldome at Richmond, Va.,
returned heromd : week.
Miss Lena khardt, formerly of
this city, but ow a resident of Jack-
sonville, is paling her old Tallahassee
friends a visit.
'The best me~ od of cleansing the liver
is the use of thi famous little pills known
as DeWitt's Litle Eariy Risers. Easy to
take. Never gipe. All Dealers.
Mr. W. N. Taylor is the happy father
of a fine new bl1y, born. Monday night,
Unfortunately the registration books
closed last Satirday, consequently this
young Democrat will not be allowed to
vote to keep t Capital here.
Torturing skin eruptions, burns and
sores are soothed at oace and promptly
healed by applying DeWitt's Witch Ha-
zel Salve, the bbstknown cure for piles.
Beware of wokthles counterfeits. All
Judge Long. of this place, is having
ripe fruit on hb~ table from a variety of
fig, grown fro* seed of the commercial
dried fig. Thi fruit is large, globular
in form, avere about 4j ounces in
weight, of a __low or saffron color,
-0a e. a a-- __ W V ri MIA&A#


The Townsend'House is now open and
furnishes best meals in town for the
same money. You can get there a square
meal for 25 cents. Board by the day.
week or month on reasonable terms and
the fare guaranteed always worth the
money charged.
82-1m Proprietor.
J.R. Cohen
Gloves0 Gloves. as just
I opened a
fine lot of Kid Gloves, all sizes and col-
ors, perfect in fit, smooth and comfort-
Fresh Prunes, Currants. Raisins and
Citrons, at Randolph & Co.'s.
Capital City Light & Fuel Co. will de-
liver until December 1st-Coke in 100
bushel lots for $11.00 cash. This is $3.50
less than the umual price. 32-tf
New Country Syrup, at Randolph &


in line. Get in the push!
Save the checks and get the

Don't forget that Ball, Demilly & Co.
ketp a splendid line of Gents' and La-
dies Underwear. 33-2t

We sell goods at wholesale and retail,
Racket Grocery.
Prescriptions filled accurately
night and dlay by competent drug-
gists, at Wight & Bro.'s.
Sauer Kraut, at Randolph & Co.'s.
The finest display of cut glass that has
ever been in Tallahassee, is at Sweeting's.
All kinds of Tablets, at all sorts of
prices, at Hill & Co.'s.
Accept only the Green
Trading Stamps. We are
here to stay.
If you want anything in Cut Glass,
Sweeting's is the place.
Th Green Trading Stamps cost you
nothing, why not trade with the m-r-
chants who give them. 32-4t
Hill & Co. keeps the books school chil-
dren want.
Remember that Sweeting carries the
finest stock of diamonds of any one in
the city.
h1i1 fTfn1T,^d,, The latest style
Cloth1ll i tl in Jackets and
Winter Wraps
for Ladies and Children can he seen at
J. R. Cohen's. Prices to suit every one.
Step in and examine them before pur
chasing elsewhere.
School Supplies.

Hill & Co.'s is headtqu:irters
school supplies. Don't fail to

for all
call on

The KyJe Hay Press for sale, at Yae-
ger's. In the reach of every farmer.
RalPton He:alth Club Flour, Breakfast
Food and Barclay Food, at Randolph &
Loaded Shells for bats at Yeager's.
Graham Flour, at Randolph & Co.'s.
An elegant line of Hair Brushes,
guaranteed Tooth Brushes, at
Wight & Bro., Druggists.
You save money by trading at the
Racket Grocery.
Seeded Raisins, at Randolph & Co.'s.
Take your old Geography. History,
Grammar and Physiology to Erastus W.
Clark's and get new onres m exchange.
We have just received a new line of
solid gold and plated jewelry of all de-
scriptions. Call and inspect my stock.
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.
New Evaporated Apples, at Randolph
& Co.'s.

You have the choice of S weeting's
elegant Christmas 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. 33-3t
School Supplies.
Hill & Co.'s is headquarters for all
school supplies. Don't fail to call on
The best place in town to buy Wagons,
Buggies and Harnem is at the well
known Hardware House of L. C. Yae-
Cranberries, at Randolph & Co.'s.

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

Schrader's Drug and Seed Store.

Wood I Wood It Wood I !
All kinds of wood-lonr, cut or split-
delivered to any part of city on short
..nniA hir talanhamna Nn 41 Wnwd Vard.

Dress Goods.
of Dress Goods in
heavy and light weigI
shades out. His Moi
not be surpassed. I
Armures, etc., in f
line one woulo wish
yourself accordingly.
outfit for the winter f
All the Books for .
Erastus W. Clark's.
To fly Friends at


For Sa
Shay Tram Ei
Car. All in goo
order. Can be b,
bargain. Address
tf Talla


Bear in mind that
J. R. Cohen has
the finest Stock
market, both in
t. and the newest
ing Goods can
rtipttas, Serges,
anything in this
see. So govern
and select your
m Cohen's Trade

Sth schoo
r the schools, at

d Customers.

I leave today for th market
pect to purchase two of
horses, and will keep hand
a large lot to select from.
needing horses or mus give
and I will guaranty to T
Thanking you for pas favon
iting your future b esms,
truly yours, A S
Tallahassee, Sept. 22' 1900.

ets and ex-
mules and
at all times
So when
me a call,
please you.
s, and solic-
I am very

A fresh lot of elegant crisp crackers.
all varieties, packages and bulk, just in
at T. B. Byrd's.
R. L. Collins isselling Hawke's glasses
at $1.00 per pair. Else where they cost
you $2.00 for the same identical glasses.

Educate Your Bowei
Candy Cathartic,
forever. 10c. 25c. Il
druggists refund mon1
Lincons Chill an
cures when others fda
by Wight & Bro.
School books for intl
change all the hooks
by the School Board.
and exchange prices
For 5a

Stylish young combine
ply to P. W. Wilson.
Aunt Jemima's Pal
Randolph & Co.'s.
When you want Lot
forget that Yaeger kee

take pleasure in sho,
Trimmings, which the
riety of styles. Passed
Net, Ginpure and Lace,
Velvets per yard.
New and Second Hai
at Hill's.
To Cure Constipal
Take Cascarets Cand
or 25c. If C. C. V.. fa
gists refund nonev.

Cane Mills and Sugar
Fancy Evaporatedi
Racket Grocery.
Potomac Roe LL:rrit,
L d s-

Before going sh13
"The Tallahassee
on your list as

Fine Stationery,
Tooth Brl




In fact all Toilet

With Cascarets
ire constipation
C. C. C. fail,

r JFver Tonic
7. Guaranteed

>duction and ex-
recently adopted
at introductory
gat Erastub W.

$ER 18, 1900.


You Reap What You Sow
in the variety. quality and q'iantity of
your garden awid farm pro luce. and
ou choice garden and flower seeds will
be mire to give results th-tt will gratify
and please you by their size and de-
liciousness. We hive all kinds of gar-
den seeds, but only one quality, and
that is the hps;. rownu by R)bt.
Buist & Co. Fries: this week.

Kalarion is Endorsed by the best Physicians
and guarantee' to cure Chills, Feverand
A gue. All dru gists or from Moffit,
West Drug Co., St. L;nuip.










C -,









OB. Meginniss,Jr

Has for sale his Fall aud
Winter Styles of ....


I Hats!

Tr. nks!


QCnt's Furnishings.
Alh4 Men's Ready-made Trousers. Or-
ders taken for Tailor-made, Soits.

lt-Nutri ne,




ion horse. Ap-
33-1 m*
Cake Flour, at

Lied Shells don't
s themr-all sizes.
J L. Cohen
d his acconmmo-
ting clerks will
ing their Dress
have in a va-
ienterie, Beaded
besides Silks and

School Books,

Cathartic. 10C
to cure, drug-

ettles, at Yae-

ipples. at the

at Randolph &


pping put
)rug Co."
the place

Sair Brushes,


Toilet Soaps,



I am agent for Hawes
Hat, and are now showil
fall shapes in DErbys a
solutely the best $300 H


D. B. ME(

celebrated $3.00
g all the latest
d Alpines-ab-
t made.

Iv rices.

ig Co.,
W, Prop.,

gine and
I running
nught at .a

iasee, Fla

I ii






erative Nutritive Tonic,
lengthening, Invigorating,
Allent for fever convales-
its, at .

The Tallahassee Drug Co.

cket of Garden Seeds








nous plant o '~-ing certain medici-
ties. A jacket of G;arlten Steil" free to
rin who lorms the:above "jumbled"
to the correct name ol tiie plant. Said
eds were raisA on Maple Avenue Seed
Ias W. Farniam. Proprietor. Correct
plant in sealed envelope in care of
llahasseean. contest closes December
> In sending replies please give full
aid write plainly. Send answer to
Tallahassee, Fla.

iss' Chill and
ures for 25. cents.

It can

e had only at



Panacea Mineral Springs Hotel,
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor.

states, I .50 per'day; $8.00 per week; $25.00 i
to $30.00 per month.
Si} ,e.1 i r1ar' will be give i families or parties, .
Ha(-k meets all trains at Sopchopny Station oi Carrabelle, Talla-
assee and Georgia Railroad.
Excursion Rates.
The above road is now giving the followiaz low round trip rates
rom Tallahassee: Go.-d to return fro!n Saturday until Monday, $1.25;
ood for ten days, $2.00: go ,l until Se:tembe -. $3.50.
All Modern Conveniences.
The hotel has just been enlarged, new mineral and salt water
mols built; hot and cold water in all rooms: baths also given in hotel;
illiard and pool rooms: shuffle board. and in fact all modern conve-
iences. Post office in hotel building. Telephone connection with
telegraph office. D.ily mails, etc. Cuisine the best.
For further information, addres-
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
Panacea:. Fla.


dtakoei & Funeral Dirtoz

Next door to Girmore & Davis Co., nmosite Wight Bros. Drug Store.

Kkpe in stock an grades of Undetdiking Supplies, and guarantees sati-
fa A portion of your patronage is solicited, and all orders will receive
prom attention.

Real Estate Agency,
U 2 :,000 acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle East and Wet
4-4.. *. f., ._m f la ninxrt f i a@wtmn tn fftd, 4f._.. .A W

r~ I


Flue TailoriB, I
Cleaning and I

Capital Tailori
Next to Express

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-" IT 1 y yJ-W- -


1!WO TIGUT CORNER f%1qvir IM"~

Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. riedly dressed himself. His face was
It was prescribed y one of the best pale and his hands trembled, but he
physicians in this co nry for years, and shht his lips with a determination to
is a regular prescrip on. It is composed sell his life, dearly. le heard foot-
of the best tonics kn wn, combined with e hs lfe erly He hear foot-
the best blood purify acting directly steps moving in the ball, and presently
on the mucous su aces. The perfect his door was burst from its hinges and
combination of the two ingredients is a dozen men burst into the room. They
what produces such wonderful results in found him standing with a revolver in
curing Catarrh. Se for testimonials, each hand and the light of battle in his
F. J. C ENEY eyes.
F. J. C ENEY & o., "You may hang me," he said in a low.

Sold by Druggists, ricee75c. teuse voice. "')ut 12 of you will go into
Hall's Family Pill are the best. the other world before me."
"Who said anything about hanging?"
antly and sat down, on the edge of the inquired a voice.
sofa- "But you have come for that. Twelve
'I never was down in this part of years ago in this town I killed four
the -city before,' hC said, 'and, being men. You have recognized me and
here, I thought I'd stop In and visit have come for revenge."
with you.' I "Not much. stranger. We don't know
'That's right,' I rejoined. 'I'm al- anything about the four men and don't
ways glad to receivI callers. want to. You live in Missouri, don't
"I looked closely at the man. I you?"
couldn't place him t alL It seemed "I do."
that I had seen hi some place too. "Well, what we wanted to ask was
He was about 30 ar old, was stal- whether three of a kind beat a straight
wart and had an active face that in your state."
bore slight traces o dissipation. "They do not."
Beg pardon, friend.' said I, "Then that's all. and you can go back
but I really can't ust place you. I to your snooze. Sorry to have disturb-
know we ve et, b where? e you, but we had a dispute and
'No. we haven met before. wanted to settle it."-New York Sun.
never saw you befo today in my life.
I'm from Baltimore., I've heard of you .et .i Fault.
a lot of times.' "Wh ohn *. ..
a .l ,,.m s .-' I --. -. Why,. Johnny, how much you look


A t kF e r IWith a The most thorough
4L W *re le eor Life With a i
at Nderer -au a arrow and effective house
WMe PmaF Death at the Hands of cleaner ever invented
an Armeg Xane.
"Ye, we have to deal with some
people -and some dangerous peo-
VW said a ILlce captain, "and I must GOLD DUS
"7. but not lbobstfully, that we now
and then have to -use judgment that Washing Powder
Is at. once quick and reliable. I re-
member several years ago we had a
highwayman in the station house who
lad shot a man and robbed him. He
Was a dangerous criminal and a
mighty powerful man, and he was In
a good position to go down for life or
be executed, for bis victim was at the --
Point of death.l One night hbe asked mnents, and in that time I scruUnizc-uz
that I be sent td his celL I had arrest- the stranger. He mystified-me in a
ed him and had tried to get a confes- small degree. and I was interested in
hon from him. but all my .efforts had him. He broke the silence:
been vain. He had taken a violent "'Say, captain, I've got something
dislike to me, and he had laughed at very important to see you about. I'll
all my endeavors. The deduction Just close this door, and its just as well
made when I heard he wished to see that no one knows what we do or say.
me was that he bad changed his mind Now. I wish first to impress you with
and intended to confess, so I went to the importance of this meeting. It Is
the cellroom and talked with him. the most momentous occasion of my
"'Captain,' said he in a confiding life, and on Its success or failure de-
way, 'I want you to come in here and' pends ny future. Captain (the stran-
slt down. This secret Is making a ger leaned over and whispered In my
Wreck of me. and I want to tell you ear), I'm going to cut your throat I'
everything.' "I was sitting with my profile to the
"He seemed quite penitent, and with- stranger, and he was leaning toward
out any hesitation 1 opened the cel me. Casting my eyes sidewise, I saw
door and sat down on the bench beside that he held an opened razor in his
him. right hand. I did not move immedl-
Mr. H. A. Pass. Bowman, Ga., writes: lately.
"One of my children was very deli- So you're going to cut my throatr
cate and we despaired of raising it. For. said, quietly turning part' way
months my wife and I could hardly get around.
a night's rest until we began the use of "'Yes, captain. I have been com-
Pitt's Carminative. We found great re- handed by God to do so. I'm sorry,
lief from the first bottle." Pitts' Car- but It must be done. Get ready.'
minative acts promptly and cures per- --
manently. It is pleasant to the taste, Do not get scared if your heart
and children take it without coaxing. It troubles you. Most likely you suffer
is free from injurious drugs and chemi- from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
calls. digests what you eat and gives the worn
out stomach perfect rest. It is the only
preparation known that completely di-
"'ls Mr. going to die? was his gests all classes of foods; that is why it
Airst question. cures the worst cases of indigestion and
"'The doctor says he cannot live.' I stomach trouble after everything else
tplled, has failed. It may be taken iD all con-
Then the chances for my going to editions and cannot help but do you good.
the chair are better than good? asked A dealers.
e. "'That's all right, my friend. Fm
"I replied that they were. The pris- perfectly willing you shall carry out
oner lapsed apparently into deep medl- your mission; but, to tell the truth, I
station. and while the spell was upon hate to get blood all over my furniture
him he paced up and down the cell. here. It wouldn't be nice to dirty up
Suddenly he slammed the door of' the the office, would It? Suppose we go in
eell, placed himself before me and said the back room?'
In a rather fearsome vice: That'll do. Come on,' rejoined the
"'I've finished one, and if 1 do two I maniac quickly.
ean get nothing worse than the chair.' "1 got up. The maniac's back was
"Saying which, he leaped at me. lead- toward me. With one bound I had
Iag out a powerful blow as he did so. my arms about his waist and his arms
I was, of course, up and ready for pinned to his side. I then called for
him and had a billy in my hand. He help, and two officers rushed into my
had nothing but his big fists, feet and office. It took four big men to put that
teeth, any of which he was ready and maniac in a cell. He's in an asylum
anxious to use. but he was twice a now."-Buffalo Express.
match for me even up. I don't know
how I did It. If ht had got the best of A wedding ring should fit the finger.
me just for a second, I would have If It is too large. It is a sign of shal-
been pounded to death; there Is no lowpess of purpose; If too tight, It
doubt of that. I rapped him on the suggests that the pnion pinches some-
hend time and tine again with my how. A perfect fitting ring is sym-
billy, felt his blood flying over me. bolic of a perfect, harmonious union.
eard him snarl aod also felt the 1m- When you cannot sleep for coughing,
print of his powerful fists. It took me it, is hardly necessary that any one
ive minutes to lay him out, and I should tell you that you need a few
must say that I ne rer spent five busier ddses of Chamberlaln's Cough Remedy
minutes in my life Oh. he's in prison to allay the irritation of the throat, and
now. He's doing 2) years. make sleep possible. It is geod. Try it.
"I remember another little experi- For sale by Wight & Bro. and all med-
esce I had that is not easy to forget icine dealers.
I was sitting in y private office one
afternoon when a ell built, stylishly A Midnight asate.
adyoungane tered.bowed plear t was midnight as a thund'-ing
ad young man e tered, bowed plea knock came at the dono; of room No. 48.
Catarrh Can ot be Cured Phenix hotel.
"What is wantedl ?" asked the o.fu-
with local applica ons, as they cannot pant as lie sat up in bed with fulriouy
reach the seat of t e disease. Catarrh beati.g ha.
is a blood or consti utional disease, and e at ,
in order to cure it o must take inter. "We waut you! Open this door!
nal remedies. Hal s Catanr h Cure is Never."
taken internally, ad acts directly on "Then tike the conseqnucce."
the blood and mue s surfaces. Hall's The man sprang out of bed and hur-

Circuit Court. Second Judicial Circuit of
Florida, in and for Leon county, in chancery
sitting, entered October 15th, 1900, in a certain
cause entitled John P. Contrell and Beekman v.
Ilsley. as complainants, and Georgia
and Florida investment Company, and others,
defendants, the undersigned, Master in Chancery
of said court, will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, before the court house of
Leon county, in the the City of Tallahassee, in
said county. S ate of Florida. on Monday. the 3d
day of December, 1900, at 12 o'clock noon. all
and singular the lands and premises in said de-
cree, described as follows, to-wit:
All those tracts aial parcels of land situate in
Leon county. State of Florida, and particularly
described as follows, to-wit:
In township 1 south, range 1 west, the S1% of
the NWY4 and the N% of the SWV4, lying south of
Forbes' Purchase line, less right of way of Carra-
belle, Tallahassee & 'Georgia Kallroad, of section
In township 1 south, range 2 west, section 33.
In township 1 south. range 4 west. sections 22.
23,24,31.also E' and SWY4 and EY and SWy4
of the NWV4 of section 32. Also section 35 and
section 36, except 20 acres.
In township 2 south, range 2 west. section 6,
the S%, of section 13, the S% of section 14, the
SE% o? section 15,
In townshsp 2 south, range 3 west, sections 2,
3,10,11, 12.13.14 and 15.
In township 2 south, range 4 west, section 1,
except 10 acres; sections 2, 3,4,5.6.9. 10, 11. 12,
13.14.15. ti, 17; the N1 of section 7, section 8,
except the SWY4.
Township 2 south, range 5 west, the WY2 of
SWV4 and the EY, except 20 acres of section 14;
section 13. except the N W%4: together with the
rights, mem rers, privileges and appurtenances,
and the rev(-rsions and remainders, rents, issues
and profits thereof.
All those tracts and parcels of land situate,
lying and being in the county of Fr ailin, and
State of Florida, and more particularly described
as follows, to-wit:
In township 5 .south. ranim e 3 west. the N. of
the SW4,and the NWiof the SE4, and the
W\V4 of the NWY4 of section 32.
Township 6 south, range 3 west, 120 acres of
section 3, and 2UO acres of section 10, commenc-
ing at the northwest corner of said section and
runs east along the line of said section to the
railroad, thence down said railroad towards Car-
rabelle to a point where running a line parallel
with the north line from said point to the west
line of said section, and thence north on west
line to the starting point, will make (200) two
hundred acres.
In township 6 south, range 4 west. section 1,
the Wof section 12, sections 2,3 and 11; NW!4
of section 13, section 30.
In township 6 south, range 7 west, section 28.
the EY of section 29, the W'2 of section -0, see-
tions 31.32 and 13.
In township 7 south, range 3 west ,section 6.
In township 7 t south, rage 5 west, section 26.
In town-hip 7 south, range 7 west, sections 20,
21.25, 26,27.2S antd -*9.
In township 7 south, range 8 west, section 12.
The undiv ided one-half (y) interest of, in and to
that certain island in Apalachicola Bay known as
*"Dog Island," being the same land conveyed to
Benjamin L. Curtis by Charle4 Ellis, teeceiver of
the Apulaehicola Laud Company by deed dated
the 5th day of January. 1859. saving and ex-
cepting therefrom, however, the -outhweit quar-
ter ot the southeast quarter, and the southeast
quarter of the southwest quarter, of section 31.
also that part of the western end of said Island
being five acres., more or less, reserved by the
United states Government for lighthouse pur-
poses; also all that parcel of land situate on the
north side of said Dog Island in section (2) two,
township eight (8) south, range four (4) west,
and described as follows: Beginningat at astae
at the water edge as mean high tide. and rnn
thence at right angles to the line of the shore
south, 'orty-five degrees and fifty-five minutes
east, four hundred feet, thence north forty-four
degrees five minutes east, eight hundred, feet to a
stake, thence north forty-five degrees fifty-five
minutes west, four hundred and forty-seven ieet
to a stake. at the water edge at mean high tide.
thence along the line of the shore at mean h!gh
tide to the pointt of beginning. c)ntainng seven
and forty- five one hundredths acres, more or less.
together with the rights, membe. s, privileges and
appurtenances and the reversions and remain-
ders. rents, issues and profits thereof.
All hoe tracts or parcels of land, situate in the
county of Wakulla and State of Florida, which
are known and particularly described as follows,
In township 2 south, range 1 west, the NW3/
and Nof the SW 4of section 24; the WA ol
section 33.
In township 2 south, range 2 west, sections 19,
20. 21; section 22, except plot number 194 in
Hilliardville townsite according to the map
thereof filed in the office of the Clerk of Wakulla
county: section 2:1 except lots numbers 89, 188
and 191, andplots numbers 113, 114 and 181
in Hilliardville townsite, according to the map
thereof filed in the office of the Clerk of Wakulla
county; section 24 except plots numbers 149 and
165 in Hilliardville townsite according to the
map thereof filed in the office of the Clerk of
Wakulla county: sections 27, 28. 29,30,31,32,
3:3.34; section 25 except the NWY4 and the NEY4
of the NE4; section 26 except the NW4.
In township 2 south, range 3 west, section 22;
section 23 except plot number 182 in Hilliard-
vilie townsite. according to the map thereof
filed in the othie of thie Clerk of Wakulla county;
sections 24.25,27,34,35 and 36.
In township 2 south, range'4 west, sections 20,, 26, 27,28,29,31, 32,33,34,35
and :36.
In township 2 south, range 5 west, sectiorn-26.
In townshi'. 3 south, range 2 west, sections 6,
7,15, 18, 19. 20. 21.31,32.33.
In township 3 south, range 3 west, all of this
it town'-hip3 south, range 4 west. sections 1,
2.3,4.5,(; the E*:of section 8; sections 9, 10.
11. 15; the Nyzof' 16; the NY of 17; section 18;
except one hundred (100) acres, except also the
./ less forty (40) acres, except also the Ey of
the NW~4 and the NEij: section 20, .the S% of
section 21: sections 22, 23.24, 25,26, 27 except
the mofthe SEX; section 28 and the Eof
section 29.
In township 3 south, range 5 west, SWj of
section 1, the W, of section 12, except 40
In township 4 south, range 2 west. the SE3
and the WN of the NE4 and the NE4 of the NE
Y of section 5; the W% of the NW of section
14; all of sections 15, 16,17 and 18 except sixty
(60) acres. section 19 except theSW4 of the 8W
y4. and except also one hundred and forty (140)

acres; sections 8,9 except the WY of the W% of
SWY4, 10.20.21 except the SW3 of the SW14;
sections 22,27 except the NE4 of the SEY; see-
tioa 28 except the N E% of the NW1.-sectmon 29,
section 30 exc ;pt the W of the SWV and the .
W4 of the NW/4; section 31 except the SE4 ana
the tAY2 of the SWT; election 32; sLection 33, ex-
ceptthe SW% and the WY, of the SK4 and r3E4
of the NEI: section 31 except the NW4, and N
Y of the SW : the W', of section 26 exent the

These unwelcome

She oDid't Stew. *
Conjurer (pointing to a large cabt-
net)-Now. ladies and gentlemen, allow
me to exhibit my concluding trick. I
would ask any lady In the company to
step on the stage ind stand in this
cupboard. I will then close the door
When I open it again. the lady will
have vanished without leaving a trace
Gentleman In Front Se=t (asglle to
his wife)-l say. old wom-n. do me a
favor and step up.-Londou FuL.

More Suitable.
"I object to the personification of
time in the guise of man." said Ten-
"Why?" asked Whiffett.
"So inappropriate. It should be a
"You know the old proverb says,
'Tim. will tlL' -Detroit F',oP Press.

Legal Advertisements.


and any information or ad
whatever for this service.

itors usually appear i
If from the many impt
Carbuncles, which an
ag great holes in the I
[le as blessings, and tI
mistaken idea that tl
are's plan of thinning
ss relieved the entire
ples, which are only w




rrites. building up theh
srelyv S. S. S. is
m elehow deep-seate
,artnof S. S..S. is
SlcepD.! fifty years has
Lit diseases. It
good. It is a pleasant
SPer- proves the ap
,and general health
inful Our physi
eases a life stud
ce wanted will be ch
for our book on

more parcels, and said '-aster y either person-
ally or by some person so auth ed by hi" and
in his'name and behalf, adj said sale from
time to time without further veitisement but
only upon request of the comp nants or their
solicitors, or by order of th< court or judge
thereof. and said Master shall ive no bid at
such sale unless the bi, der shal first deposit on
account thereof with him in money or certified
check upon some responsible or trust com-
pany, the sum of ten thousa dollars, if the
bidtbe for the whole. or ten centum thereof
if the bid be for any portion the mortgaged
property. unless sueh deposit h I be waived bv
the complainants or their solic A nd such
deposit or deposits shall be retu in the event
that the bid is not accepted, t shal! be for-
feited in the event that, the b ing accepted,
the bidder shall fail tu make thg same and
otherwise comply with the con oi the sale
and all orders which may be iade in respect
thereof Also, that after a. s clent amount
shall have been realized from he sale of any
portion of said mortgaged pioaPty to liquidate
the amount decreed to he pal herein for all
other purposes than the princi of and interest
upon said hereinafter mention bonds and
coupons; any purcha'er at su sale of the re-
mainder of said property or any portion of such
remainder. may make payment t erefor with the
outstanding bonds and coupons f said company
as cash. at such percentage only however. of the
amount due upon any such bon and coupons
for principal ana interest, assupc purchase price
is of the whole amount reqlt d to be paid
hereby fir principal and intere. upon all such
outstanding bonos and coupon dated October
lath, 1900. JESat 1T. EKNARD.
Maste in Chancery.
FRED. T. MYFvs Tallahassee, F rida.
CHARLES 1. MEYFR.9 Cedar St ,t, New York.
Complainant' s Solici s.
34 6t.

issued by the Comptroller f the State of
t lorida bearin-' date the 5th day of October. A.
u. I8)'2 and directed to me as sheriff of Leon
county. Florida. and therein an thereby corn -
manding me as sheritt. as af id to collect
from the Florida central and ninsular Iail-
ioad Company formerly known A- the Flor:da
Rlilway and Navigation Company embracing tihe
lines or divisions thereof, known as the Jackson-
vil;e. Pensacola and Mobile Raiimad. the Flor-
ida Central and Western Railroad, the Florida
Central Railroad, the Atlantic gulf and West
India Transit Railroad, by levySind sale of the
shops fixtures, rolling stock or an lu'rt thereof
or the entire roador sucti part the veof'as may be
located in this State belonging to saiai company
thesum ot ninety-six thousand out hundred and
eighty-one dollars and sixty- nines rnt. (i. 11. -
1i 0 that beIxg the amount of Stae and county
taxe 'asse-ssed against the Flori, t Railway and
Navigation. Company embracini- e lines or di-
visions thereof formerly known a the Jack-on-
viile Pensacola and Mobile Rail a, the Flor-
ida Central and Western tailrrma the Florida
neutral Railroad, and the Alia tie Gulf and
\v est India t Railroad, no con0tisuting
the Florida Central and Peninsula railroad. un-
der the provisions of Chapter ~ i, Laws of
Florida, for the years 187L, 1 0 and 1881.
which amount is now due and n d, together
with the costs and expenses of sa as provided
by law, I have levied upon and w I sell in front
of the court house door in the city f Tallahassee
during the legal hours of sale on day the 5th
day ol November, A. D. 1MM. th< following de-
scrbed property of the said Flori central and
Peninsular Railroad Company, to t: The rail-
road Irom Jakcsonville to Chat- o-ehe river
with branches to Monticello and Marks, in-
cluding the road bed, right-of- way ling stock.
depots, shops and appurtenances; also the rail-
road from Fernandina to Cedar s and from
Waldo to ocala including the road d1, right-of-
way, rolling stock, depots, shops ad i'pp.. ten-
ances. This _2d day of October. A D. if'M).
32-4t Sherift Leon Conu y. Florida.



Srndered on the 13th day of
D. 19M.), by the Circuit Court of t
dicial Circuit of Florida. in and for
Leon. in chancery sitting, in a
pending therein, wherein Elizabetl
complainant and James H. Kell-
Pearce, Sheritrf as ex-oflicio adu
the estate of Eliza J. Savio, are defer
levied upon an!d will sell at public
the court house door. in the City
in said county, to the highest bidd
the 5th day of November, A. D. 1
being legal sale's day, during the
sale, all that certain tract or ixiree
ate. lying and being in the said
and known and describedM as follow.
Number two (2) of subdivision of t
southeast quarter of section one
one (1) south, range one ,1) w
twenty t-20) acres, more < r lss, a%
map or plat rec-rded in Deed Boo
in the office ofhe office of te Clerk of the Ci
said county of Leon. Purchaser to
This 3d day of October. A. D. 19(
Special Master ih
Jos. A. EDMONIsoN,
Solicitor for Complainan'

State Election, 1

eptemblr, A.
e seonld Ju-
the t-ounty of
-ertain cause
K. McNicol is
anmd ohn A.
iniitrlt)r of
idants, I have
utery before
for cash. on
the same
,,ai houis of
if land situ-
ity of Leon,.
to-wit: Lot
east half of
), township
d shown: by
Z, page 13 9,
nit Court for
y for deeds.



County Commissioners held tlh
ordered that the followed named el
are hereby appointed as Inspectors I
Election to be held on Tuesday, th
November. A. D. 1900. and for the
tion Districts of said county, viz:
Precinct No. 1--Inspectors. T P
L 0 iMaxwell, Henry Cromartie: C
Precinct No. 2--Inspectors, D F
Rupp, Griffin Davis! E R Murray. C
Frecinct No. 3--Inspectors, Geo F
R Sills, Henry Williams; J t Bradle
Precinct No. 4--Inspectors, W T
N Saunders, Lafayette Burney: W
Precinct No. 5-- Inspectors, H C I
H Burney, Frank Hall; BE F Billings
Precinct No 6-- Inspectors, D G Chi
glish, Neely Speed ;Ormond Chaires,
Precinct No.7--Inspectors, J R
Craig, Geo W Dennis; B A Radford.
Precinct No. 8-Inspectors, E B
Whitehead. Geo W McGrifl; C D Jo
Precinct No. 91- Inspectors, E
Willis. Alex Ford: T G Rawls. Clerk'


19O. o
s day, It is
*tors be and
ad Clerks of
6th day of
several Elec-
Bell, Clerk.
amling, C J
lmithson, E
rambling, J
H Averett.
lingaley, W
yy, Cerk.
res, J En-
mbs, F E
ppes. J E
a on, Clerk.
airy. W H

In til
the re
said d
the am
is hern
b-r. A
Witu [EA




State of
the (irt
do lere
a true c
the eam-
record :
In test






1) sure
cial Cirmt
(it Leon-
wherein 1
A illiam
and will
door at T
the 5th d
the follow
tile mort.
of :aid de
That tn
line of
sixteen at
drew Pai
north limit
aind !ixt
stake, thi
lake. to
acres. me.
Turkey la
Panine to
and forty:
north line
thence Ua
Turkey .
of bc-inai


T undd
of Florida
posing AuJ
State of Fl
a vote of Ut
each Hous
tio;is were
with the y
termine am
be submit
General El
Now, tbh
retary of
give notice

will be he:
day next s
ber, A. D.
for the ratio
tution of t]

That th,
tion of the
hereby agi
electors of
D. 1900,
the State e
read as fol
which sue]
shall be ei
in Section
ment folio
signed wh
atonrial Di

Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
"ircuit of Florida in and for the
ty of Leon.-In Chancery.
A. Hill Complainant
lill ) Defendant.
idavit of attorney for complainant that
nee of said defendant, Mary Hill is un-
hat there is no person in said State, the
a subpoena upon whom would bind
idant: and that said defendant is over
twenty-one veirs. It is therefore or-
t said defendant Mary Hill be and she
required to appear to the bill of com-
ip on Monday. the 3di ay of Decem-
1DO:): and that this order be pub-
a week for eight successive weeks in
'eekly Tallahasseean," a newspaper
in the city of Tallahassee in said

>uncil A. Bryan Clerk of said Court
and the seal thereof this :;d day of
October. A. D. 19(10.

lorida. ,
Leon. ( I Council A. Bryan, Clerk of
t Court in and for the county aforesaid.
certify that the above and foregoing is
y of the crigil al order of publication in
T Thomas A. Hill vs. Mary Hill, of
I on file in my office.
py hereof I have hereunto set my hand
and affixed the -eal of said court
this 3d day of October. A. D 1*900.


'the Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
of Florida, in chancery for the county
iereof, in a certain cause pedrding,
illiam B. Rad(ord is complainant and
e. % illLs is defendant, I1 have levied onil
ake public sale before the court house
laha-se, in said e nnty, on Monday,
Sof November, 19NM).at 12o'clock m ,
og described property, as desc-ribed in
ge. ain. in said decree as tle property
,t of land beginning at a stake at water
;e Overstieet. and northwest corner to
e- conveyed by Tobias Paine to An-
I. thence east with Andrew Paine's
his norElierast corner five hundred
airds thcenee north seventy yards to a
ce west to said lake then with said.
>int of beginning, containing eight
or le-s: also two acres, as follows:
t a stale at water line n east side of
alias Lake Hall, and the northlwe-t
aet of tvo acres, conveyed by Trobias
rew Paine. thence eastoone hundred
s to a stake on said Andrew Paine' s
hence nth seventy yards to a stake,
one hundred and forty yards to said
thence with'said lake south to place
h. Purchaser to pay for stamps and
*d, 1900. Master.



That the
tution of t
agreed ta.
of the State
the first Iu
vember, A.
and is here
Section 2
general law
tion, mere
.asejan tionm
shall not p
ject, and a
effeet; jPro
shall p alu
sity or the
cross the i

That the M
tinn nat tn

ce of Election.-

the Constitution of 186 ., of thlie tate
did pass four Joint Ke -olutions pro
udments to the Con.-titutii nm ot the
rida, and the same -were agreed to by
ee-fifths of all the memtlirs elected to
that the vote on said Joint RKesolu-
ntered upon their respective Journal-,
at d nays-thereon, and they did de
direct, that the s-aid Joint iteolutions
1 to the electors of the State at the
*tion in November, 194K).
before, I, John L, Crawford, **ecre-
ite of the State of Florida. do hereby
Lhat a





each county in Florida on Tues
eding the first Monday in Noveun-
0, the said Tuesday being the
ion or rejection of time said Joint
posing Amendments to the Consti-
ate of Florida, viz.:

Allowing amendment to the Constitu-
"tate of Florida be and the same is
d to and shall be submitted to the
me State at the General Election, A.
Ratification or rejection.
Article VII, of the Constitution of
LFlorida is hereby amended so as to
Where any Senatorial District is
two or more counties, the counties of
district consists, shall not be entirely
any county belonging to another
ynew county that may be created,
'ed to one member in the House of
-es, in excess of the limit prescribed
of this Article until the apportion-
g next thereafter, and shall be as-
reated to one of the adjoining Sen-
leuts as shall be determined by the



lowing Amendment to the Consti-
3tate of Florida be and is hereby
d shall be submitted to tihe electors
t the General Election to be held on
dy after the first Monday in No-
. 1900, for ratification or rejec-

Af Article III of said Constitution be
amended so as to read as follows:
The Legislature shall provide by
'or incorporating such educational,
mechanical, mining, transporta-
ile and other useful companies or
s may be deemed necessary: but it
T any special law on any such sub-
such special law shall. be of no
however, That nothing herein
special legislation as to a univer-
We schools, or as to a ship canal


lowing Amendment to the Codstitu-
te of Florida bp wna ., ;.. .

tion of 1902, shall be filled by appointrmentl

That the following Amendment to theCo
tution of the State of Florida be and -theUl
hereby arwed to, and shall be submitted to
electors of the State'at the General Fte i-
November, A. D. 1900, for ratili atiioor
Section 12 of Article XVI of the Coasalt
of the State of Florida Is amended to read ai.
Section 12. The present seal of the Rtateda
remain the seal of the State of Flori.
State Flag shall be of the following prp
and description: Depth to be three-fourtAs
of fly. The -eal of theistateof diameter onet
the tly, in the centre of a white ground -a
bars, in width one-eighth the length of t.y
tending frcm each corner toward the eeneta
the outer rim of the seal.
The votes cast in compliance with said prM
Amendments, and the canvass. dleclaraljaiM
returns thereof, shall be subjected to the
rn gulations and restrictions as are provided
law for General Elections in the State of Flak
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereuntosai
hand ana affixed the Great seal t_
State of Florida, at Tallalhassee,
LL. F. I Capital, this the first day of-Ac
A D. 1900. J

Seeret:ary of ia*t
To JOHN A. PEARfE, Sherilf Leon county.
August 1, 1900--23-Mld
Administration Notice.
L against the estate of B., A. Meginniss, l
of Leon county. State of Florida, ,lereased,ma
hereby called upon to percent the same di
verified to the undersigned, within twoyesa
after the first publication hereof, and indehil
thereof this notice'will be l-ha;e'l imi ibr of.
ment, and all persons inileltlto th ldeceW
or his estate are requested to make l'rompt-m .
Tallahassee, Aug. 31, 1!Me).
G. W. SAXOx,
Ahniaini trater.
W;lliam D. Bloxlihan. a'
vs. Slherill!s Sale.
The Florida Central amid i
Peninsular Railroad C0o
cutions issued by the lhonoraille Sup
Court of thc o'tate of Floridl. bearing, date
September 28Sth. AI. lkX1,(-, o;mimnianmlhnme
Sheriff'o the supreme C ourt of the :t-ite of
ida that of the goods, chattAl,. lands and
mL'nts of the Florida Central and Peisll
Railroad Company. a corporation under the
of the tate of Florida. th .& i cause to bil
the sum of six hundred andniuiiety-mne '
0K) (.Sil. ;2) dollars and costs of exeeui
have this day levied uplxn and will sell in
of court house do-,r in the city of Tallaha
during the legal hours of sale o!i Monlday the
day ot Novemb--r, A. D. 1! M, thle following
scailxd pn.Ierty of the said Florida (CentraMu
Peninsuiahr Railroad (Colimpani. to- wit: The shl
situated in Leon county, State of Florida.
This October 2d A. D. 1!MM9.
John A. PEAiCE.
Sherillrof Supreme Court of the state of Fla.
Made Under Section 35, Chapter 4116, La
of Florida,(1893.)
Showing the amount of taxes charged to
Tax Collector of Leon county. Florida. to
collected for the current year 1899, and
apportionment of the same to the seven
funds for which "uch taxes have been leviy;
including poll ta-< with county school fund.
Total amount char -ed for taxes 1899..$:a.8B1
Total collected to July 3, HMI ......... 17.;5 i
Balance ............................. $ mi

General revenue.......... ;,FVm 4
Ain't p:iid to Juily 3, l'.iN .. 5,73 si-
Sinking and Interest Fund .'-L1s4
Amin't paid roJuly:, 19 0m.. ;tO cnm-
Fines and Forfeitures..... 2,791 41
Am't paid to July 3. I lNm.. -.:' 4V--
Roads and BIridges........ -2,.i 13
Ain't paid to July :, 1.OU.. 1 !. ,e4--
County School T'x........ 8'.7.0. m;t,
Ain't paid to July 3. m1w.. -.j4;1 ;3-

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Clerk of the Circuit Court. Leon county, Fl6

Notice of Election,

To the Sherif# of lo" n Comnty, of
the twite of ilourid(i:
ford, Secretary of State of the .-tate o Fl*
ida, do hereby give notice that a
Will be held in Leon county, state of Florid
on Tuesdayy next succeeding 'the lir-t Mondayi
November, A. D. 1K)00, the said Tue day iW4
For four (41 Presidential Electors:
For one Representative of tIe Fir-t CongeS
sional District of Florida, in the Fiity-seviel
Congress of the United States.
For governorr of the State of Florida&
For Secretary of the state o: the state of FiW
For Attorney-General of the State of Floridj
For Comptroller of the State of Florida.
For Treasurer of State of Florida.
For Superintendent of Public lunstructiG I
the State of Florida.
. For Commissioner of Agriculture of the SW
of Florida.
For Justice of the Supreme Court of the SM
of Florida.
For one Railroad Commissioner for the Staid
For two Members of the House of RepreSfp
tives of the State of Florida.
For County Judge.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
For Sheriff,
For Tax Assessor.
For Tax Collector.
Vnr C.mnitu h mauviror

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the sp g or anmnar, when the blood is making an extra effort t
ities t hatave accumulated during the winter months.
more painful and dangerous, come most frequently on the back of the
sh. exhaust the strength and often prove fatal. Boils are regarded by
;y patiently and.uncomplainingly endure the pain and inconvenience
r health is being benefitted, that their blood is too thick anyway, and
The blood is not too rich or too thick, but is diseased-is full of poi
system will suffer. The boil or carbuncle gives warning of serious'
ting for a favorable opportunity to develop. Many an old sore, running
cancer, is the result of a neglected boil.
Keep the blood pure, and it will keep the e
clear of all the irritating impurities that Dange
These painful, disfiguring diseases. ar Pn
. S. S. cures boils and carbuncles easily C
permanently by reinforcing, purifying and
1lood and ridding the system of all accumulated waste matter.
de of roots and herbs which act directly on the blood, and all poisons, no
are soon overcome and driven out by this powerful purely vegetable
t a new, untried remedy, but for
en curing all kinds of blood and skin
cured thousands, and will cure you.
nic as well as blood purifier-im-
ite and digestion, builds up your
d keeps your blood in order.
ns have made blood and skin dis-
write them fully about your case,
erfully given. We make no charge
lood and Skin Diseases-free. Address, The Swift Specific Co., Anta k






Mr. R. M. PraU., Cave, S. C..
"For twenty years I was
afflicted with loila and -ar
causcd by impure bl', siblc to descri fiy st1a'ering;
thet.meiiigu-:rabletowor t)
st-vtirtl doctor s ltrea: all the so-called blotd rredi
*nothing seemed to do me any
During the summer of I.'*8 I w
suaded to try S. S..,. and after
several bottles was entirely canu
Sh ad no return of these !
pests up to the present time."


1" a Low Almal, am.
of the highest "n in *I
respects the lowest of ibe animal-
om. Man is the most unchaste,
most drurken, the most egotistic.
most miserly, the most hypocritical
the most atrocious of lving crea-
No animal, except *man, kills
-the mere sake of killing. For one
to take the life of another for
ses of selfish utllitf Is bad
igh, conscience knows, ut the In-
inate massacre of Jlefenseless
s by armed and orga zed packs.
t for pastime, is beyond character-
u. The human species is the only
les of animals that plunes to such
ths of atrocity. Even ripers and
nas do not kill for recre lon.
,No animal, except man, habitually
ks wealth purely out o4 an insane"
pulse to accumulate, andino animal.
cept man, gloats over accumulations
t are of no possible use tp him, that
an injury and an abomination and
.-whose acquisition he has: committed
parable crimes upon oth rs. There
no millionaires--no prof ssional, le-
ed lifelong kleptomani$ as-among-
birds and quadrupeds. No animal
eept man spends so large, a part of
energies striving for saperiority-
superiority in usefulness, but that
priority which consists; in simply
tting on the heads of one p fellows to
w-and no animal practices com-
n, ordinary morality to the beings of
world in which be livas so little,
mpared with the amount e preaches
as man.-Humane Revie- .

It Happened in a DrugiStore.
6"One day last winter a lady came to
y drug store and asked for a brand of
ougb medicine that I did not have in
ock," says Mr. C. R. Grandin. the pop-
druggist of Ontario, 1J. Y. "She
disappointed and wanted to know
hat cough preparation I could recom-
nd. I said to her that I ;could freely
recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy and that she could take a bottle of
remedy and after giving it a fair
al if she did not find it worth the
oney to bring back the bottle and I
would refund the price pai'l. In the
urse of a day or two the ladi came
back in company with a friend in need
f a cough medicine and advised her to
y a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
beedy. I consider that is very good
mmendation for the remedy." It is
for sale by Wight & Bro. awj all medi-
ince dealers. .
Prom a Wife's Diary.
Ah. me!
Yesterday my husband exclaimed
"Parbleur" at golf.
This evening he has just exclaimed
"Hoot. mon"r at my fete chbampetre.
How humiliating to be married to
such a clod of a man. with no soul.
none of the finer sensibilities!-Detroit
"Did you ever bear anything against
his honesty?"
"No. sub." answered Mr. Erastus
Pinkly. "But he eats chicken mighty
regular on Sunday. an be's allus got an
amberell when it rains."-Washington
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 prarie
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.
HIM Double Fee.
Lawyer Smart-Good morning. Mr.
Gull. What can I do for you today?
"I want to get your opinion on a mat-
ter of law."
"My hens got into my neighbor
Brown's yard, and he poisoned them.
What I want to know is, can I recover
"Certainly. It was malicious mis-
chief on his part, besides being a de
struction of your property!'

"Thanks. But hold! I stated that
wrong. It was Brown's, bens got into
my yard, and it was I who adminis-
tered the poison."
"Ah, yes; I see. That puts a differ-
ent color upon the transaction, and it
is clear that he, in the person of his
hens, was the trespasser, whereas in
leaving the poison on your premises
you were quite unaware that his fowls
would eat it. It was purely an acci-
dent, so far as you were concerned."
"Thanks. How much ?"
"Thirteen and fourpence."
"Why, that's just twice what you
asked for a legal opinion the other
"I know it. but, you see, I have given
You two ophiions today."-London An-
swers. .
That Was the 4tal.
Old Merchant-Before I answer your
request for my daughter's hand, per-
mit me to ask what is yrour,yearly in-
come, sir?
Young Officer-All told, t amounts to
800. i
Old Merchant-H'm I To that would
be added the interest at 4 per cent on
the sum of 20.000, tha I intend to
give my daughter for her dowry.
Young Officer-Well, the fact is, I
have taken tLe liberty of including
that in the calculation jt t submitted.
--London Fun.

-d's Seeds.






IF You Think You Know How It's Going,

Cut This Out, FilJ It In and Preserve.


The Results In i896. Estii

mate of Vote In 1900oo.

With Number of Elect. Popular Elect. Popular Electoral Popular Plu- Electoral Popular Plu-
Electoral Votes. votes. Plurality. Votes. Plurality. Votes. reality. Votes. reality.
ALABAMA.... 11 11 75,570
ARKANSAS... 8 8 72,591
CALIFORNIA.. 9 8 2,79,7 1

COLORADO... 4 4 134,882
GONNECTIC'T. 6 6 53.545
DELAWARE.. 3 3 3,630
FLORIDA.... 4 4 21,448
GEORGIA.....13 13 34,141
IDAHO. ....... 3 3 16.868
ILLINOIS......24 24 142,498 .
INDIANA .....15 15 18.181
IOWA.........13 13 65,552
KANSAS ......10 10 12,269
KENTUCKY... 13 12 281 1
LOUISIANA... 8 8 55,18
MAINE........6 6 45,777
MARYLAND.. 8, 8 32.224
MASSACIIU'S..15' 15 173.265
MICHIGAN.... 14' 14 5s,868
MINNESOTA.. 91 9 53,875
MISSISSIPPI.. 9o 9 58,729
MISSOURI.. ..17 17 58,729
MONTANA.... 3 3 32,043
NEBRASKA... 8i 8 13,576
NEVADA...... 3 3 6.439
NEW HTAMP... 41 4 35.794
NEW JERSEY. 10o 10 87,692
NEW YORK... .36 36 26P 469
N. CAROLINA. 11 11 19,266
N. DAKOTA... 3 3 5,649


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lorida Central &

Peninsular R. R,
ime TabT Mettiw Nwibelr 19th,1899.
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m ,,... 6. ,1lm Ar Dade City... 35. pm. .....45w .*
Jashea eTz ... I 17m eIi 53 m Plant at y.... 444pm 54sn........ ....
5rsu1 )a ...I.5imJ '>ea3n pa S*e Tam....... 60pmra 680am..... _

rlTis toNow ork.via aakovM-
~hromwhNoweYork York. Mvia Jeoasmyflle.
Oar JaekaomvhJe to New Orleans.
OwNew Orleans to Jackno-Iviuls.
laseJekamavill. to Bt. I om, vIAbLks@p
mm w mvime R&.Leida u Jeok@c=llvia la IkeCltp.
ji~w~b6&ses1 aadine idheule) apply to yewur me~
A. 0. X ~ t. keU SEiPuw.

PairmahPl1 Taflahaquop AV. Manropini R.-1R

OHIO.......... 231 23 47,497 1I
OREGON...... 4 4 2,117
PENNSYLV'A.32 3 295,073 ____ I I
RHODE ISL'D. 4 4 22.978
S. CAROLINA.. 9 9 49,517 i i



Irf,-2 K

DAKOUTA.... 4 4 183 A. A. M.
S.... .. .....i Io 0 .Carrabelle .. .0 -0 .... ........... ..............
TENNESSEE ..12 12 17.495 ...... .. 1 .. .. Lanark. 5 f 4, ...... ..................
.--- --- ...................... 1132 j132 Mc...Mcntyre.... 1; .. ......................
TEX AS. .. .... 15 15 o0 ,914 *. ..... .... ...l 11 .7 15.0i ....Curtis Mill. .. 15 : 9 !..... ....... ... ..........
S. ......... ... 12 5 ...4....Arran ..... 21 4 ..... ..........................
UTAH ......... 3 3 51,033 30 4-> ) 5:
I 12:.40.2. ...4)ri:g Hill... I s n ............................
VERMONT.... 4 4 40,490 ::::: .. .. I .i. laha& e .... ( ....... .......... .... .....
P. M.1 A. M.
VIRGINIA.... 12 12 19,341 F. 8top on sign orpasengers.
Connections- At llahaW e with trains on S A. L. At Carrabel!e w'th Apalachicola
WASHINGT'N. 4 4 1n2,493 steamers. At Apal icola is tb (VIAtt.ahoochee River Steamers
WASHINGN. 4U. Mail Stean r C edCity will leave A .laschicola daily at 6:30 ai. Retuyn'ng
S--ave Carrahelle daill 11 J 0a. m. F. W. ARIMSTRONG. Gen. Pass. Agt., Tal!ahas'ee, Flat.
W. VIRGINIA. 6 6 11,487 -
WYOMING.... 3 3 583

1- I 9624Mur lock's Catarrh Cure.

Above is shown how the different States voted for president in 1896. Of course th re T COES TO EVERY PART
will be some changes this time, in fact a great many. If you can figure out the latter we V ill iURE, SAFE AND PLEASANT.
rar wvon Five Dnllars in Gold a s snn na t.h+o r-pultf ci I-nnurn TRott I-r th.n thAt ift rc n .m

maIm's l Ace. adulu,........... .. ........ .. t luean
A medical man discovered that of sonie loss wio w.s i nssing through
neither in youth old age is a man the fatn:l period nt the time. and "re-
likely to make the tg fool of him- g'ettall,-h in.-idulnts" of all kinds, Ia
self. Extreme you usually is con war or Ie,:tc. wty Iv.- traded to their
sidered not to have arrived at the dig- true origiu. In time no doubt we
nity of years of dlisc tion. yet a home- shall app,''et-i:te th(, necessity of re-
ly proverb would e us belierp that quiring all public men. on entering the
"there is no fool Ilk an old fool." This fatal period, to take a five years' holl-
medical observer ha broached the the- day and to resume work only when
ory that there is an aberration period they have passed the age of aberration.
of middle life." bet en the ages of 57 -New York Press
and 62. 'If."- he ys. "a careful ex-
amination be made f the preventible E"albleed.
disasters of the a 20 years and of "Has he mouer '
the ages of those ho were held re- "No.
sponsible by the rdict. of mankind "Then he probably has family and.
for such lamentab! issues, there will position."
be found a strange incidence in the "No; he is merely a fine man."
range of their a "Then why in the world is Maud
Here is an lnte ng and practically mair-ying him?"
inexhaustible field for investigation. "For love. I understand."
Politicians who a againn the govern- "Well, I always did think Maud w=
wenr may trace e e blunders of an -welL. queer."-Colorado Springs Ga-


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Fast Freight and Lu rious Passenger Route to New York. Boston and the East

Sho Rail Ride to Savannah.
Thence via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
week to New Y k, making clo*- connection with New York-Boston ships,
or Sound liners.
All ticket agents an hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for geneor
information, sailing sel -ules, stateroom reservations, or call on
IE H. HINTO, Tra Manager. WALFER HAWKINS, Gen. Agt. Traffic Dept.,
Savannah. Ga. a 2 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fi








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apply to ida, at the lncmocratic primaries to be held on
Miss SALLB EL BLAKE, Prop'r, To Stop a Cold. the 6th of November, A. D I )19. We have Plaster,
31-6m Tallahassee, Fla. After exposure or when you feel a long knownI Mr. Britt, as a consistent Democrat
cold". coming otae a de o F y's and deserving citUzen, and are satisfied that, if air,
....... Z --. cold coming on, take a dose of Foley' he is appointed to the position,.he will rendered i
Notice, King.s Daughters. Honey and Tar. It never fails to stop a ficient services to the county. e rick,
The Annual Bazar will be held by the cold if taxen in time. Wight & Bro. MANY DEMOCRATS.
King's Daughters oh the 14th day ot De- L
member, 1900, at the Armory. All mem.- ov. and Mr&. Bloxham, who has been
bers of the Circle are hereby notified to spending the summer very pleasantly at Blindsa
have their contributions of fancy work the Blue Rridge Springs, Va., returned ,
in readiness to be delivered to the Busi- hope yesterday afternoon. Shingles,
ness Manager, Miss Mary S. Lewis, not Lathes,
later than the 7th day of December. CapeS-Capes for Lathe,
Contributions of the same nature from shoulder Lumb
friends outside of the order are earnestly 01ou de I l
solicited. By order J. R. Cohen his the most approved
Mus. E. G. CBESLEY0 style in Capes-Boucle, Fur, Feather and Grates,
38-tf llauer. Cloth. Do not put it off too long before Z IDr-- B Mantels
making a purchase, as anzearly and cold a ni
S--winter is predicted. ir 0 TilBes,
The editor of the Fordville, Ky., Mia- Glass,
Blo cellaneous, writes as a postscript to a Puttv
Bo" i i a business letter: "I was cured of kid-
W ney trouble by taking Foley's Kidney
We live by or blood, and on Cure." Take nothmg else. Wight &
it. We thrive or starve, as Bro. ws t I
our blood is rich orpoor.the studentsof the West Florida Semi- ..
There is nothing else to live nary as their representative at the State vWing Colio ins headquarters for
Oratorical Association, to meet in Jack- eerthg the line o Fancy and
on Or by. sonville on the 20th instant. Staple Grozeraes. He knows the needs -
When strength is of the masses of the people and caters
When Strength is full and Mr. A. L. Woodward is exhibiting to them for the pur,.ose" ef building up
spirits high, we are being re- some fine stalks of green cane raised by and holding trade. He also carries "DR AT .'QTA'
freshed, bone muscle and brain him without any fertilizer on his farm several other lines in which he main- *rtE jTE ATE
. a. rain, adjacent to the city. tains the sam reputation. You can
in body and mind, with con- save money by calling on him. DISIRABL RESIBAR
tinual flow of rich blood. A Card. 11 city, one blo from con bo.
surroundin line front andYU
This is health. The manufacturers of Banner Salve g r ound .
have authorized the undersigned to gouWnV-.W.ds, sie tr--ce.Aai
When weak, in low spirits, guarantee it for burns, cuts, sores, ul- j u R SALE -Cottage at Saint T
n.o ckh r s cers tetter, eczema and all skin dis- rooms, hall for dining room. I
no Cheer, no spring, When rest eares. Ycu have your money back if it ^.servants room. If yo want a real
is not rest and sleep is not doesn't do all it claims. Wight & Bro. _. OE C, onj. Y T UtsNL PROPfW

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CaU e up from St. MrX. EA. Bannerma and W s Mj. Perry G. Wall oni
S Sht lwe bW u n d aDRnm.o--n are home from viiS Ta a. wbhave wvioitMh
T* 4th R.or Apalsphirhas o Of Potatoes remove w months at onia. P mofth, left for B
Xati t pital City Bank. : ,re oMaj B. Weeks and wife have re. week. l
C .Ja. er of Carr b el gty pounds of "actual" Pot- turned from a two months visit in New SUmaR HzaT -This the s
euptothe iit City Wed,.sda .'ash from the soil. One thou- r o ambee oai te l
San millionss Given Away. cocaUmber4 prodcuM the a
the Helt and .'Hemltb- sand pounds of a fertilizer con- It is certainly gratifying to the public tarobi .i
j-ltather. Dr.-M. A. Simmons Livt r "Pou to know of one concern in the land who- s -omacm' t -o l.k.
mste Nerves, makes training 8% actual" Potash are not to generouss eEvery d i
ym lul and Comely, and Enriches j needy and suffering. The proprietors of kee Kme
dwtcopi n with nature's choicest Wpply just the amount Dr. Kin sew Da ry fCo mp wi Pain- Killr,
tiou, Coughs and Colds, have given t there is
Mis Gerard's usual fall opening will needed. If there is a de- away over ten million trial bottles of Davis'Pri c t
m ence tda Ths is awas quite this great medicine; and have the satis-
an oceMion for fe ladies of Tallahdsee,, ficiency of Potash, there wlu be faction of knowing it has a' solutely Mrs. John W. Nash., aer
asthy are th enabled to impact the! c. --. ured thousands of hopeless cases. daughter. Miss Ella. Mas
latest ew Yor aleds. i a fallig-of in the crop. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all Nash Whitfield, son of tate T
S" -Iw le ab d ,, diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs Whitfield. who have spen
Mr. Robt. B dford, Leon county's We have some valuable are surely cure by it. Call on any summer in Toronto,
mt successful dairy man, brought in druggist, and get a free ,trial bottle. home Monday.
yesterday nine d of fine Jersey milk books telling about composi- Regular size 50c. and $1. Every bottle Mr. and M. R. il
cows that be ba sold and was shipping use and value of fertilizers guaranteed, or price refunded. on Tueay ha spent
to Jacksovie. tion, use and value of fertilizers home on Tuesday, havmspent
|n Dr. L. D. Blocker, State physician at mer very plesanty in naa
Dr. M. A. Si rns Liver Medicii.e. for various crops. They are the Chattahoochee Asylum for the In- Mr. Wilson left. Flori eari
Quickens the A ute, Aids Digestion, sane, came up to the Capital City on summer his health was a ve,
give Tone and gor tall the functions, sent free. Monday. rious condition. We gladr
and fortifies the stm againstEpidemic GERMAN KALI WORKS. Hon. Charles Cooper, of Jacksonville, oce that h m trip hash ne hi
LM es ) N~mau-NSt.Ne. w k who for six years so ably represented proved
ras. Jennie Farrall, of Jackson- Florida as member of Congress from the
riue a recent guest of Mrs. W. A- Hon. T. L. Clarke, of Monticello, was Second District, was in the city monday An Od
aw'ls, returned me tthsnweek. m the city on Friday. atteLding the Supreme Court. Every day trengthem belied
Raws, this week. nent physicians that bloc
Mr. S. 1B. L aar. who spent the sum. Mr. John A. Graham, of the Graham Red Hot from The Gun scau of the nmaority oar-
mer at Aslevil., returned during the Lumber Company of St. Marks, was in Was the ball that hit G. B. tieadman Twenty-five yi ega this ory
week to Monti ello. She will come to the city last week. of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It a sis for the ormuais Broi
Tallahassee nex week. Mr. P.B. Bird, of Drifton, was a re-caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment by this os old e
helped for 20 years. Then Bucki men's sfflicient to prove that the
Mr. E. Be ett, chief clerk for Su- cent visitor to tbe Capital. Arnica Salve curedhim. Cure uts, rowns' r i is sold
perntendent Shbats, has gone to house- Mr. Chas. E. Dyer, G. H. Napier. R. Bruises, urns, Boils. Felons, Crn, d let
keepingon Adas street. L Singleton and W. C. McKee, of Jack- Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth r. R. H Bu ord lefti
When you ha 'e no appetite, do not sonville, were at the Capital this week. 2 s a box.Cure guaranteed. old Calhoun county, where th
by all druggist, wi"not mneetfornterunlatt
- relish your food rnd feel dull after eat- "I have always used Foley's Honey will not return until after the
ijg you may kn w that you nefd a dose and Tar cough medicine and think it Mr. George I. Davis, of the firm of and if elected he will the
of Chamberlain'T Stcnach and Liver the best in the world" says Chas Ben- Gilmore & Davis Co., cane over from member of the House ReI
Takts.. Price, 15 cents. Samples free der, a newsydealer of Erie, Pa. Take nE Apalachicola again Friday to be with ties.
at Wight & Bro.*i drug store. substitute. Wight & Bro. his family over Sunday. Working Night a Da
f ,ni ,ina )otted Swiss and Lace Jackson Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M.. and Mesrs. W. A. Demilly and Harry D. The busiest and might t li
UIllilli )or Curtains at J. R. Florida Royal Arch Chapter No. 1 have Hartt last Saturday went down to the that ever was made is D Ki
u t u :oben's, are the things resumed their regular meetings. The Pmhook country on a hunting trip. Life Pills. Every pill is asug
you need just no as you are fixing up former meets on the first and third globule of health tht cha es,
the house for theinter. Monda'sand the latteron the second Juge J. T. Bernard returned lat into strength, listlessn into
trus fivgondao"rth Mond- 's in each month at Friday from Jacksonville, where he had brain-fag into mental er.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sweeping celebran- :30 .ochk p. uni after November been visiting his daughters, Mrs. Powed wonderful in building uI the
ted in a quiet wa, on Wednesday even- 1 .a frm that time until 1sto ad Mrs. Groover. Only 2..5 cents per box. Soo by
ing, the twenti tht anniversary of-their st,19. and from that time until 1st of .... ..gists.
.arre Onl few friends were in- March, 1901, at 7 o'clock p. Mem- D on bolt your food, i irritate your. George A. Lam pr
vitd, but the ocsion was one of great bers will take due notice and govern stomach. Choose digestible rood and MrS. Geo.HA. Lam., "opr
njoymnt to ioe present. who all themselves accordingly, chew it. Indige3tiou is a dangerous the St. James Hotel Who rtd
DDg their congratula- v Men Fall sickness. Pr.oler care prevents it. ng to add to he comfort de
tions to the cu ecaue of the Brave Men Fall haker Digestive Cordial cure it. Tha met of her guestsco. i; sjt c
event Victims to stomach, liver and kidney is the long and short of indigestiun. a fine billiard and club r n in
e troubles as well as women, and all feel Now, the question is: Have you got in- ent of the hotel. The r ums
CA. P 0 A. the results in loss of appetite, poisons in digestion? Yes, if you have pain or dis- wished in natural wood an wil
aAtl W TCYoH 3liaLB0g the blood, backache, nervousness, head- comfort after eating, headache, dizzi- ther brightend byelega p
'-- ache and tired, listless, run-down ness, nausea, offensive breath. hearttnirn. other pot plants arranged ng
wpP L^ ing. But there's no need to feel like lanucur, weakness, fever, jaundit e, flt- and altogether will prove
f 4 that. Listen to J. W. Gardner., Idaville. ulence, loss of appetite, irritablity, con- tion: and be much appre at
..r.. A. Sim -os Lver Medicine Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are sipation etc. Yes, you have indgi-stion. thur ir the coming aso
has greatlyA benefited others and is rea- justthe thing for a man when he is all Te o cure it, takeShaker Digestive Cour-
mogably rtin to do you good. Try it!s run down, and don't car whether lie dial. The medicinal herbs and p.ans YY .E E
sonablycagoolives or dies. It did more to give me of which l shaker Digesive Cordial is
You have read of the cures by Hood's new strength and good appetite than comLosed, help to digest the fool1 in your
.. ... d"aY ything a IouvedaknewIaan n ,w eaA t O .KYi P
Suararilla, and you should have per- anything I could take. I can nw eal somach; help to strengthen your stem- AEU' v m _-
feet confidence in" its merit. It will do anything and have a new lease onlife ah. When your stomach isstrong, care 't V b [I
On good. Only 50 cents, at any drug store. Every will keep it so. Sh.iker Digestive Co.-
rs. Egene Dickey received a tl bottle guaranteed. dial is for sale by dru.gists. P. ice '0
Mrs. Eugene Dickey received a tele .1 to to $1.00 per t.ii. .
gram last Thursday calling to her home Hon. Wallace S. Jones, an old citizen c t to $. per oLLe.
in Madison countyto attend the funeral of Jefferson county, writes us from ..
of her brother, Jaiies, who died after a Rome, Italy, requesting the TALLAHAS- T T NTTT'M HT!ardware
short illness. On tier return she was ac- SAN to be sent him at that place. ANNOUNUJEMENTS, Glass ware
eompanied by her mother, Mrs. Macon. Mr. Jones was the American Consul at For County Commissioner: l
a M"-sina, Italy, during Cleveland's first I hereby announce myself a candidate for re. Crocker alj
It ii exasperating to one who knows administration, and was. promoted to election as cOunty Foley's Heney and Tar, and knows what the Rome Consulship during his last ad Commissioner ., nstriet of Leon county. and re-
it walli do, to have-a dealer recommend ministiation, at which place he made a se pimas h the uth o Nrem ers Woodenware,
.m(athirg else sa "just the same or moetenviable record. So splendid in- next. felectetu twill give o
"just as gocd'" for ~cilds, coughs, croup, deed was his record at the latter place service. Very resecttunliy. Ec. sMrra. Lamps,
I. grippe, etc. Wight & Bro. that it required all of Hanna's influence For County commissioner District o 4. Sewin M
owingtosiknw Rev. Mr. Provence with the McKinle administration to hereby announce myself for re-electionas Gu
will ge u .na.le t e_ _,-e pu _f the have him displaced by a Republican, county tommissioner bor the 4th District of us, ]
will be unable to itil the pulpit oie s Leon county, at the Democratic primary to be Pisto-
Baptbst Church on next Sonday. Rev. held on the 6th day of Nov-mblr.. A. D. 1900. "
Mr. Trice has been requested and My past services are known to the voters of the Ammunition,
ceritoe o be serviuest, on pointed by the Aovernor. I promise the meim.
day. partial work along the line of economy, that has
: -m TorIant and C characterize my cf,,rt.y in the post. Farming Implement, 1

J. E. Cohen has an elegant line of 7 For Constable District No 2.g 4
Blankets, Comforts and Bed Spreads, ears the To the Democratic Voters of No. 2: I
just the thing ou need for the coming 1 berebuy lannllounce myself for re-election as Iron, -
Wintr. Go and mtake a selection at Signature Of y Constable for the Seventh Justices' District of r Pi
w r. ......... aLeon counuLy. if el-cted I promise the same Iron Pipe,
Once. faithful service that 1 have givwn theoflice for the.
---s. Blae',Siaiube-,ydmm who h aeist thirty years. Very truly yours, TEugar P
Blakes Tanitarium. C. A. Spencer and Pane
been spending the summer with friends JERILY BEiTLEY.
Next door north of 'Ieon Hotel, open all anji relatives m Western Pennsylvania For County Commissioner. L
the year. Graduate nurses and first- returned home on Sunday, by the might The maiy friends of Mr. Jonah Britt hereby Lme, e
claEs accommodations. For partlculars train. sioner for ibe n4t District of [Aon county mor. LCement,

dren, of
ug at tae
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pien and
?erry D.
To the
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the fum-
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ry preca
I to an-
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f of emi.
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was ued
medy are

e Demo-
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all drug-

ietress of
ways try-
the bawe-
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GAVE lUI thought tL. my health,'"writesV Mis WE.
I BuLL 0 N. Walnht St. Canton. 0., to Mrs. P
Sham. e-until I found myself unable to attend to ai
household duties.

but I thought all women had these,
OUW IT- things and did not complain.
At"I had doctored for some time. but
no medicine seemed to help me, and my %
Sphysicianthought it best for me to go
NEN l to the hospital for local treatment I
had read and heard so much of your
Vegetable Compound that I made up ..
my mind to try it I was troubled with ,,
falling of the womb, had sharp pains i
ovaries, leucorrhoeaand painful menses.
I was so weak and dizzy that I would .I
often have severe fainting spells. I
f took in all several bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's" Vegetable Compound
and Blood Purifier and used the
Sanative Wash, and am now in .
good health. I wish other-s
to know of the wonderful
good it has done me. and
have many friends taking it J
now. Will always give your
medicine the highest praise." -
MIs. A.-TTOLLE, 1946 Hil-
ton St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
I was very thin and my
friends thought I was in con-
sumption. Had continual
headaches, backache and (
calling of womb, and my eyes
ere affected. Every one
noticed how poorly I looked ,
d I was advised to take 4
ydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
be Compound. One bottle
lived me, and after tak-
g eight bottles am now a
healthy woman; have gained in weight 95 pounds to 140
onds, and everyone asks what makes me so stout"
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* and smoke them to-day you will get
--the greatest amount of comfort and

satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in "

* a smoke, and get it three times over! l
* ouhaven't any idea how good they

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. ry three to-day instead of a 5c. cigar. *
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