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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 25, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00016
Source Institution: University of Florida
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INC. Tsher and Proprietor. TALLAHASsE FLORIDA, TH USDAY, OCTOBER 2 1900. VOL. XX, NO 35

l where it is, or where it will ib? Look ,ir'e more thi:n ihe mere imeniion of Bryan'sr'pme Life. dom from nstra t. It is this per- 'pU
out for ihe proper care anld briginr. then: n es in Leon county. Saratoga, N. 1 t. 17.-Edior sonality and do ni-right earnestmess
up of your inImmediate family, andt in Now, Mr. Editor, it is a well Tlla:ssan-Wish you could e of purpose that gives Mr. Bryan -
that way you will be doing as much, known fact 1hat, the office of County the ovation wv are giving Mr. Br an I power not liosse ed Iy the average t h AsOi L
'i tO coImienrica on a for posterity as your meals will ai- (Commissioner is one of the mos, im- .up h ere in New York Stlte ti.s politicians. In liking with him. we R 1O tt Assetio tha
0low. po-tant iln ;: county administration, week! Th-, reception in NewV Y k are consciouslvy ) the presence of
t Again, do not be too sure thitand it is highly necessary that we City yesterday was simply unpre a man of intene colnvictions-one
Sour taxes will only be raised a select our very best men. It is for dented. -Mr. Bryan himself tsai it who stands like rock, on what lie
FOR TiH[E rU R DOADn trifle, if ;a new Capuitol building is this reason, I ur ,.the abov v-ames was ahead of anything he had e'er believes to be ri. it--and not a nure tO REASNS FOR T EXIST
erected. Be assured that the new for the .consider:tin of the Demo- seen. I I advocate of part opinions.
building will be such a. one as will be icrats of Lco., at the No venmber pri- Four years. go, at Mr. Bryan's Je- Milliong ther0 are, who love
People Do Their Part it will a credit to Jacksonville. .Just how mary. TAxtPA-YE. quest, I traveled with him in his pri. Bryan. That i. the only word we D lares the ovenor Upon earning
me and they Can be Relied on much credit we back woodsmen will! 3iiccosukie, Oct '3,1909.l vate ear through- Illinois. But tuie can apply to him
getroutof itwe are at preset tun tlemonstration" the i-in the West L w Whether right r wrong; whether Tallahassee, Fla. Oct 2-1, 1900
V. .L. Moor and Lr. Those. B. blget ut r Tw rhatptre ei i red by" a Woman. as a gentle zT ryr compared wi h victorious or def ted, he is at least FG. 'unker, Es., lres. Gulf Fish
returned the latterart of last table to building must have credab r ra d..vey a the whirlwind iitrest manifest trying to help hi fellowmen, in the ., Cedar Ke, Fla.-My Dear
from Blaiibridge, where they itahle uildib must have creditable n,:.,I. al th-io. hy a he i,
S ofrom waiidg, w en they furnishings. They may present count;r. Di,-est.e fastene i its clach this week in the'East'! unequal struggle fore them. They Sir-Your letter of the "d inst to
tu confer with sien i- vocolumns of fi gures now, show- 'p a h1., r s.vn.n year s s,,e with- Yesterday I i ted a letter fro n love him fr it, e en as the emanci- on. Fred. T. Mers, of this city
of the Georgia ng e railroad, ing how very cheap it will all besto i ret sts, but -r vita or- [rs. Bran at Lincoln, Nebrask pated slaves lo ed Lincoln, and I has just been handed to me 1
e to ehxtendni neBu, w t wvill all be. gdi, wr- un I l'see She will shortly join her husband believe this is one f the reasons wy astoishment was never greater tha
They secured al agreemc;'t But, who ever built a wood shed e( inmi."nit. For three tino:Llts A) flytr
Theyim in writing thai he would hat wfas not a little surprised that it coughed incesswutly, and cauld not and act as a sort of "body guar the masses have irged around him to learn that I had been placed as
Shin in wro io thi a he would cost him more than he had intended". sle".She linaY rchl.is'ov\re.l' U'vl" on the final stage of. his trip, as sl this week, as if a aeW deliverer from favori,, the removal of the Capital
the roadto s ty ineightee is not a lwavs as l o ke within o pg o us a ,.. did four years ago. She is a tr industrial slaver ia coe. from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.
ths from the time the tnoney nah,10,w
h Tallahas s fro e is to true te specificatims. But," they cry cn pti, s liev and tfaithful" wife, if ever there w: Any man, whit or colored, who Occupying m p ent portion 1
h Tin hassbjee is to d in bank-subjecthe co pltion of lw any o r legislators have niJht a'd withv l)tth. has- n alertnes on the trying experience now, logically ai 1 patritically, to of the State, I did not deemi it advis-
s) order after the coi pletion of d lst the roof should fall bIutfy rc r it is M ioneerinci rin" trip, excited tl vote for Bryan! alde to participate in the pulah dis-
road, and returned Ime to col- l'eigned lest le roof should fall Luthi r l~u!z.'" Titu. writes .V. C : aul- elrti I"o facnn.^ n tol e E. C a -
roade and put it ine b i ck. upon then "nsafe for papers," nicl & Co.. oi shli-!I N. C. Tri-l hot- admiration of fric "is and eneim E. \ AIEN CLAK. (sio of the Capital .Ke stion.
sa i hustling things this quoth they. Then purchase a new tlh -re- ,t -i, *1u;: stor'.- Rgiuir alike. learning, however, that mv .i-nc.
and eoopets to hayu the safe or two at the exhise of a few h-u-lto. .v .-1: u::- Dri'r my .recent sojadn in (A Oratorical ssociathioa. s e misc.-ontrueIl,,hntyOal.a ld
.xvwtsIto bv te a.afu" or two at the eet: Te- few, .f heW lhat 1n mscnor at hstrutydr .11*na:
and expects the hundred dollars. 'Tlink of the ter- -- braska, I w.s once or twice ente he meeting of he Florila Iter- that shoul l at least entr ., cu1
aryto tke good the .at it appen to The Ker.ub.can Speakers t:ni in Ar. IlIvn s ho,-. | lle.iate Or:torie I A-sociation was ,atic tst ainst h ihit
us and hue the term al grounds t TThe !iebli>.Il anILgiate for asked M r. rIrynallete t uf 1 cm son ri"(t of wvay to the le governor 1cF m. of time twriutep" i hi ho. iift. ll by \V. 1. (r ford, of this ity ,, ilal t .,,-
u'.' iCOivevalve to .otacksoiAvilIe. tISt, I .Y ival of tle C itt ts .h:.
'aur-day niht. Net -ly tlhe en- .hv t-ll ,u that hlere is such lama, caln to town on lo:it \\Wed- Ih .e andsaid, "Y." (Sot.ti:nu and the following oung g.endnen vill or any ,ithr city.
anmunll lha.- been sub t iiedl, and : :t tr ll,,-o;lio flies it lnsclda. Thei next day lie was I will dl i,). vre preset: No l.cessit \-xits for suh re-
;our1e nowi that sum hing Vdetil-!.ksnvill. Vcry well, it is ta .oi"id by li ;'i. *Jo ,.n i :v:m. o, i'cn- When I kn.cke:,l :t t;he. ittl si W \V. i'. (' rawfor' o-f hin ,, S iniry ml:. There is not. in l St. -t:tte a
Ihas been, -curcd to -rk upon, f. ti f l, sii,,iers of perish- isola, C. 1. 'arlin.af C:.rrl0a.iei, .i. d ioo- of sa 1Vin Iwo tried hios e is ot hf h. .w: i'e, Tallahass etter or more duralle s irick ,tild-
e will lfe no troullle i g ttng ble, ,,< .., ::m tih, rem niht" 31. olnlbs, of Apula hic,.,, ;ia d i.in n,N:-brska. 1r. lryan' ope e, .. 1). Ciristie, of ie .(Sem4.inary ast a 1the entC -opitl. i w"s
em muhder. e l dcoured.n-mI iiiis. ". aell rlde laws a I!on.. | t"1i i. W are, o, S.i.. n- the d,..,r in his l W:irt; a!cSv .s, ;,l llx of lhe S uw:iTnnee, ,ain.svi!le: L. Ti.silt, fIiio th( pfAlu o .-sei th.
p aios have .already 1, en secure.,l rewsd i a o l Wll the I l .\gricult ral (apitl of the Siate. and is i all
Iwto tr;ctsofl hind. 2~0 ireseach,, 0le.illt ." ,, ; R ie If. ,for4 iroa l Cas -;,,tt(is -ioi ..T. as-s oi-.khov ar y<;.' TiVn tnhel .k : i;."iii. .ilernorin, ,,tii ,; I I.Ai lhin
in which to e ct the terminals., .-i:l,,'s th xe as n t 0.,3 1 v. h t ay ;trl, nio, i l1I (', r-l n Coily i n:s-i trou h,, i La, '- .* in,' o, t' .. lorid. C< t. .r. C<\h l 'lii r eav l.bkk ,xutrihr fa in.tri,.,-
Si.the southeast coier of t v thee lsmMve. tilt an dward place, betweci t 1. ,A <,f oi ur' ca- piiS ,.ts live in .i -k-i i ve wcrc bo"-w'<' '. ani i ;20 i books depot and .hopl s, anli the other" s ailh ', h. ttct e t s l..giitaure ou.lht ino
1 cIt't llel ,lif ii tl I IttJ.i.111.,1- 1. i..
wct belonging t b .. a k nloerts', o e e t .er6.t" h 's Ol, soa etlti tuook pi:iee and i' tw:cen L .icolln anwi othi-Fs. 4,, the walll. Illi Cole.", i in.'r 11 ik. ,' f. Iris liit, ,i u l, with ii, I ,-oof
west of the Steabo ir mine i 4 I the we. htafe s ot v.te -tt-ive I.! ft 1 whites, .it-! parlor was ,illed with presents re-is he C<>ititi. of l i, .\ssocii- v .alts, with tii p,"of sitl,.s i ie.ira"i
c t t,1 ,. it's tI 'NtheI lit ', lh rias iii c ,' -
s and south of tiieh" I:'Icks.t ted "i'
il and south ot air ks. heart <. :v a word aiust il. Cap- tract d iherc by criosityj. E. eived o his elecionering trip, tion; lr'ov-.is ithaL the :st ual f t oilcs, thus frnislig ,tec-
on need not be afraid to s- ht to be in C. Wee, ot flhis -iy, wio is ct;.n- some of which were curious .xpres- cont.et hall i. he 1 in the 'iy f ti to ll valuabe public r'ccIwr s. It
be for fear there wiJ lie afew che proximity. In tle 'nitel allover the amount required. States gove-neit they certainly are t ev ticket, was chairman: and concerning each, he gave a word of Februarv 1)901. After this, thel Lx,.ctiv, Leis-ative aid .luliijal
en all ltcesary bills reephid anot very far apart. So the advo- ot th meeting and imntrodiced the of enthusiastic, or amusing, explana- c.iests wull In lh d each year i00i d-artmlents of the State geovern-
not ver evfa l .apart.SSo the aden....I t. .. e
uremaining will be cates o removal go on and reel of speakers. Ir. Eagan, the first tion.Jacksonville on the ght of the Fri- t. Th pl nt e bt-
remaining unexpeub will be parents by the score, and no com- speaker, confined himself to State In th hall, was suspended a large da in November flowing Thanks ter srvd if ach ir n te a
ded to the snbscriber Come biation f words are too aburd issues and attempted the impossible banner silk. Upon it was a giving, and further provides for a itl lived, and worked in a marble
gentlemen, and let u g work and ridipulous to be advanced in thetako of defending the oI a bag colosial -on representing the medal to be awarth the successful palace.
i hit a _r..n g ..ernanmr-.reaSonD. Sgo.erg~g ,9 r .C.O.M ._ ie Km aey, student .1 can not believe that the thin king,
t lhiams o as a timated ere, is a good specimnen- Visi- with the emorti ae miistration oT iProsperity," and the trusts get- No professionals ill be allowed to conservative masses of the people
ly, that as c on as the money ce 'tors coming to Jacksonville and see- of the State affairs since. Mr. Me- ting the lion's share of everything, contest for the i dal, and in the will consent to about double their
ank his civil engine wifl come ing how prosperous a city it is, will Farlane's speech was almost entirely The pictures of his children, (and of term are included I wyers, ministers State debt, and largely increase, for a
with a corps to start the pre- induced to move to Florida" No devoted to National issues. Oply a their parents), were beautifully ,and others takin post graduate generation to come, their State tax,
nary survey. Then will follow they won't. Fine cities are not so small part treating of State issues. framed, and on the center-table in courses. In award g the medal 60 simply to present some city with a
lion as practicable, thelocation of sare our land that people will be Both orators made good speeches the parlor, was a large album bound per cent. will be g ded on the de- handsome public building, fr which
line and the actual biakng of induced to come to Florida for sake and were frequently applauded. in a gold-lacquer cover, which I had livery of the speech nd 40 per cent. there is not the slightest necessity.
of being near one. People gener- The negroes seemed to enjoy them- presented to Mr. Bryan, on the oc- on the composition. The judges on Increase of debt and taxation are
Dame Stranger on Removal. ally come to Florida for their lungs, selves very much and as it is about casion of his visit to Rockford, Ill. composition are to selected from not conducive to the welfare of the
orahome, Putnam county, Fla., and it of ten turns out, that they fin all the benefit they will get out of Oi his trip, he said it "rested" prominent men not sidents of Flor- taxpayers or the prosperity of the
ber 20--Editor Tallahasseear- their livers. the campaign or the Republican him, to look at these beautiful views da. Each institution in the State State, and repel, rather than invite
the burning question of Capital In other words, our mild winters party, their white friends ought not of various parts of the world:-in- association will have a local orator- immigration and capital.
oval will be decided. Decided, are an inducement to people to find to begrudge them that small eluding the one of the giant avenue cal association. Then let us vote for lallahassee.
hope, with such a vigorous re- homes in our State, while our defi. amount. They were very quiet of Royal Palins which I had photo- The judges on position, as se- A vote for Tallahassee means no
ant, NO, as will be a warning to client drainage, often-sets them won- and orderly and min fact a very well graphed in Cevlon and which I ected by theassocia on Saturday for extra taxation or expenditure for
next half dozen generations to during which is the meanest to take, behaved crowd. The speakers and called the "Middle of the Road!" he February eontt, are: Edlwin Capitol purposes. The present build-
well enough alone." cough syrup, or liver cure. party left next morning for Carra- Mr. Bryan escorted me in to din- Alderman, chanillor of Tulane ing is in ;dl respects imple and suf-
e have, with much interest and Oh ye mightily men of Jackson- belle and Apalachicola, where they ner and introduced me to the you university, New leans; ex-Gov- icient, and no appropriation is asked
*sment read removal literature, ville; ye who so love posterity, that held meetings. Messrs. Eagan and Jne wom the papers have rnor Joseph F. J lnsto of Ala- for, as necessary to secure eitiient
months past. We have found you are willing to donate one hun- Ware will accompany Mr. McFar- Japaese, wlom for "adoptiners ama, and D)r. C. II. arranger, chair- public service.
y arguments in favor of removal, dred thousand dollars for the pur- lane on his campaign through West made so much fun oisf father. But I w e an of the faculty the UnLversity Let not Florilians miake the mis-
not one single reason. Argu- pose of Capital removal, let us call Florida. know the Japanese custom in this f Virgnia. take that Louisiana nh.de som war.
ts and reason are not synony- your attention to the fact that there Glorious News respect, and told Mr. Bryan we ll g wre elected The Capital of t State was
s terms. -Every good talker can are two deadly stigmas resting upon loou e would allgladly "adopt"him(Bryan) serve until the a nal contest in moved from Biaton I.tge t Nw
e arguments, but reasons if they the fair fame of our State. Its Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile. of as a "fatherll i the revival of a new Ibruary: WV. H. afford, presi- Orleans, the chief seaport of Lsouisi-
tat all. must be independent of tracklessness, and its bad drainage. eWashitai. T. He writes: CFour b .hope a father, in the revival of a new ent; J Cristie vic-lre.ident; an, situated n the .M issi.ipi rive-r.
body's facility of expression. Help to move these stgmas, and, in- Brewer of scrofula, which -had caused Turning to the young Japanese, I an, treasurer. The' xe-utive coni- Th1e coinaii race is apparently be- stead of trying to devitalize the rest her great suffering for years. Terrible addressed him in his own langua, ge a, ie rivitity l'tet ih' i i tit :iio
en T:lhassee and Jacksonville. o[ the State, that your city may be sores would break out on her head and r. i o ,ie is mpodV 1B. Craw- srtstlat tn tite( I' ... .,,,,',rs d:1(l
t. Aut.ustine, the beautiful! the grged, look to the prosperity of the face, and the c do tors could give no and boet ete i lJa.an that a minor f r, L. tlo s ii th itts ....-c (eter.
rkcs 'inl unrivaled! We salute 1 whole State, and instead of making health is excellent." This shows what must always bow lower than a supe- a lA y an ever ]t- : ;il
as OK tn( of Floridian cities. Her of your own town a tine metropolis, thousands have proved-that Electric a. So as I continued bowing, the The State Blittle. :l~'res-i'v lobb, led, s ,' : :te'


ed Atrl.ctions would scarcely be make it the metropolis of a fine Bitters istne best blood purmer known. only -htin 1 I t s1 -
nt d l the additionof the Cap-State. or city is undoubted It's the supreme remedy for eczema, polite Japanese replied i whispers, alahassee is iot only filitingte, t t i i't
n.ed by the addition of the Cap- State. Your city is undoubtedly better, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and run- and almost stood on his head. I r own battle in hei efforts to- re-1 tn, la I sn .
and e believe that she is not the head of the State, we salute it as ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys Iryan augh1ed heartily and s aid, Iain the seat of gove Inent, but tl-i covcrd the titske :.: i !e ,v e race. such, but the head must not perse- and bowels, expels poisonous substances, ane f the whe St e. I m aitaal bck to lIto bide
vote for Oala is we belive, acute the other members Let you helps digestion, builds up the strength. "Look out! or you may break his itle ,f the whil e St.e. It maybe all l;r
f It e the m Only 50 cents. Sold by alldruggists, neck." Mrs. Bryat had'licen ascid- i. identalt, but it is non the less a fact. is rti in this that Ti ,, Iisl1ii tV
for Tallaasse. It is asy to o have the means, take up with Guaranteed uoul teahinthe oun Japanese e vote ast for il ee i a -
eistani,d why Jacksonvilians ail your might the good roads cry, uously teaching the young apanesevote cast for Iht lahasseeIs: a ta removal il Fltia! iiivai v
ld wiant the Capital, but it is not and the good drainage shout, and see Still in the Race. his morning lesson in English, andore v te cast for light oe of hee oer eeniturs wither r,:, an
goodnderstand why the peole what anrenthusiage yo an get uptold her appreciatingly that more vte cast for any one of the other ris is witur iu-, fuir
to muilestand why the people what an enthusiasm you can get up Editor Tallahasseean-it having than one of the high officials of State, c0 didates is a vote st for heavy laa.se ,ilut 'va'c. A : tu. cx-or
lorida should burden them- in those causes, and then be sure that been rumored that I am not in the who are at present guji lng that won- ces, not for a year o two, but for etulsess an s!i s-
t.e cp itali st of ackonvile clas of ei nduing gd C t eu Ere have 3C e helped ill wun- t m id m 'ikel iiTallaaise Jirel s ritl"Se
s \ith an immense tax, just to you will not only beinducing a good race for County Commissioner, I de- derful Empire haveeen helped in t present, and most likely, distant rss.
the capitalists of Jacksonville class of people'to remove to Florida, sire to say that I have not authorized their boyhood and early youth, by g erations.-BarLow ooulrier-Infor- adantages, that must n issuilr
t they want. "But" say the but you will making it possible for such statements, and expect to remain just such kindly instruction las this. m t. comment the ust e
ty men of Jacksonville "it will them to remain there; and y u may up until the contest is settled. My That indeed, without knowing it, she Ie fooled e S rgeons. n her to tt v rs a the
dd so very much to your taxes, then talk of benefitting posterity by announcement is still in your paper, might possibly be teaching a future doctors told Renic Hamilton, of prs.he eoie ve
it is tor the benefit of posterity. giving it a good, wholesome State to and I will feel grateful to my friends statesman of Japan. She smiled W t Jefferson. ., af suffering 18 st he hae
w! If it adds only a little to be borri in, aid a country to love, for their support at the primary. pleasantly, and then invited us to be i aths from Rectal Fie la, he would building and grounds here which
taxes, it is because you are a and a home bf which it' may be Very respectfully. seated. After grace was said, Mr. hes costly or tis wi e offer ample accommodation for all
poor man, and being a very poor proud. L. A. ROBERTS. Bryan carved the chicken. I asked bo eofBuckle Ar Sahe, the the departments ofhe government:
you can not afford to haveByan carved the chicken. I asked es of Buckle's Ar Salve, the where all the records are now stored,
you can not afford to hve Commiionerhim if this was the identical "Re- su t Pile Cure on Eirrt and the best
taxes raised t all. Besides it For County commissioner. When your stomach begins to trouble pblican rooster" that had been Sa ei the World. 2 cents a b)x. and every department running effi-
ays poor economy to buy what Editor Talahasseean-As the you, it needs hell. The help it needs, pablican r h i by jl druggist. iently and smoothly, without the
a "-. _- -. -_J :.:..a, oha option is drawing near and we are is to digest your food. and, until it gets "crowing" since the election?. Dis i. noait-r ,, ,,. ..,-..;,


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She receives two mails each day from an
Jacksonville, including that froAm ddpjf &
"Southern Florida as well as from the
North and East-and sends out two Carinlnaf ve
mails each day to Jacksonville and y ~. .q -."
those sections. She has ample mail S 4
facilities from the West and the Gulf LA
ports, and the public business is nev r AR RANN DRUG C
retarded for want of such facilities. Iam not re6aisad MPh' Car
5th. She has efficient telegraphic inatl v t troly. Immsy.
communication with the world, ard I ow- my baby's lil te Iw
business is never clogged in the of- I baW stly ork dl mtheiA wo .
fice. Whenever the Legislature qr htr sickly ot delicate eildrseejwa
Conventions meet at the Capital, ah to try *e bottle. d what s
extra force is placed on duty by tl re uh will be. R c y,
Telegraph Company. No city has Ma. LIZZIE MURRAl.
telegraphic service that is more Johnsn'a Stion a.
prompt or efficient for the volume of
work presented. 3 PIsP Os sahmAF v
Talla:hassee has railroad communi- FW8 1 i
cations connecting with all other S M 9
roads of the State, and her busine.js f i u-
men look confidently to two, and poe --
sibly three other roads, in the next seems utterly disregarded by the pro-
eighteen-months. mothers, condemns both, as originat-
As a citizen of Leon county, my ing in a spirit thoughtless of the i,-
life has been spent in and around terests of the tax-payers of the State.
Tallahassee, and my affections go ouit I hope enough voters will be forth-
warmly to her people-but I have coming at the primaries, to show
been honored too often by the good their disapproval, and prevent un-
citizens of Florida to allow my judge necessary taxation for unnecessary
meant to be biased to an extent of purposes."
giving opinions or advice that I did Had not my silence been so im-
not believe for the welfare of the en- properly construed, as shown from
tire Stale. I defer to no one in my your letter to Mr. Myers, I should
intimate acquaintance with the Capi not have written this reply, but un-
tol building, and in advising a vote der the circumstances it would have
for Tallahassee at the present time, 1 been a gross injustice to me as well
feel that I am serving the best inter, as to the vast interests involved to
ests o'f the people of Florida. be placed ii such an attitude ami re-
There is one other qes tion relati 11:1111 longer silent..
ing to, (onstilutional changes that, Very trulv vour:.
while writing, I feel it will not 1bq (Signed) W. 1). lit,xi .N.,
inappropriate i o iveC to youVi tile coIl
clusions of my best jiudgwient. Dr. W. II. Lewis. Lawrenceville, Va.,
1Tle effort that is being inade t( writes: "'I am using Kodol Dyspelrs;a
])ace ipon tne people of the State t ure in my praticuamiong severe cases
e l a e o0 indigestion and lthnd it an admirable
thle indmfensible and unnecessary ex- remedy." Many hundreds of physicians
penditure of sevenly-tive or a hunn- depend upon the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
dred tihoiisanid dollars for : C(onsti-j Cure in stomach troubles. It digests
tionl ovnton hou also b t you ei. ad allows you to eat all
tutiontl (cshouhl- aso C the g'od food you m-d, providing you do
voted down. Ili that connection I not overload your stomach. (Gives in-
wouldi coiinmenld t') your careful at- staut relief and a permanent cure. All
tention a letter fro'i1 Ilon. A. E. I)ealers.
Maxwell, of I'ensaco,.la, which has i aby Asleep.
rec'entlv lppcar(d in llie pullic i -her, ougest 1iltt aiti
press. Judge Maxwell was a mem- Mrs. ,. lk ws n May
ber of Congress for several terms, 19th, ,, died Spt r 41h.
and for many years a distinguished 1900. She was sick only short
member of our Supreme Court. In while. Three days before she died
intellectual qualific.itions, ripe jug- e sufere itesely; b, (, what
meant, and all the events f h suffered intensely; but. Oh, wham
meant, and all the elements of nobea patient little sufferer, never mur-
citizenship, he deservedly stands tmuring, only at times when the pain
among tile very first men of our 2M
among the very r men of ou was so severe. Site would say, "Oh!
SState Lawdy, have mercv o(n m My own views are so well ex- soon Ie did. Like a little flower,
pressed in thlis letter that I will trnsplnte out o
(ouir baby was transplanted out of
simply quote you an extract as coon- i d of te b
taining suggestions worthy of fa- s w ofsorrow into the beauti-
vrale ful beyond. All that loving hands
vorable coniraion. present could do, was done for my darling.
tie proviion u resel For it was a pleasure for each one to
Conlstituion, m say Judge MMaxwell,
o do something for her. She was otr
"for amendling it, is a safe and am- lie lI, low tuch we misstha
pie onle, (ruiar(,lig against uncalled' l
pore aone, tuar for aio am precitate chang, one of her age shie was a remarkable
(notaly- s..ow the r e imal po child, nothing was too hard lor hei
(eeedinLs of t ie last Legislature), ,, t h fo ,
v e, t ( is, tit to learn. Any song slhe heard sung
,ste could ineinor'ze words and also a
sii(t ower t u m iee'" the tune, and things shIe heard th(
inwt meits, te be approvedd iv a children say she would tell them "1
n* t tan say dat too.' Her favorite re
(methi tie '0u T iCtsI:titui'lioius songs were, "At the Cross,
Convention an unnecessarv resort, and .-, "- on ,.,
as every chiang, the people want caa Leaig on the Evlastin
l, h:, i the lt islat*. tArms, and she sung many others
,l ut- ,1. i l. T '1' I wa:is hier delight to conie to lie
c rand another s and have me rock andl
fhi h xwith thins, tw( st'hentes are lt ,
firlh t d, wiat either ta. do well. Evervtimec, she would say
i t (I', : that t little auntie, sing "Eaning on d(It
it u ti il iexes edder asting anis. \\ while I do no1
nr*e sitatnr!e f lt lie heav taxation wish her back, it seems as though 1
I fi would rejoice to hear those sweel


Little lips speak those words again
Many a Mickle She is singing this morning with thet
M angels in Par'adise. Sleep on sweet
2ke a if ''Ic b". 'baby until the resurrection morn
Sie ie then we hope to meet you.
Line ut llne is the Sto now sweet our blby looks :s she lies.
way a bild g gWith frine'd lid, closing hiei dark bluuteves:
way DUla Iig grOvs..Z ile )t paie palm iresI'd ch.s etol her sideL-
Sn dt ier cear little lips started sinte she died.
M c le in this Scotch ear ttl feet that re" now .so still.
Yc !Yu will never walk in the paths of ill,
eh0ng v'ospae p le li tt,< iii eare al-o..till.
proverb ts something very .o much ,aist er loved ones will.
small, but the ,uckle" is something Kee. inher. tht beautiful crown.
great. One mi copic bacillus makes lead her by Tnv Guidlii.- hand,
impure blood, and 'muckle ,wae" (much Ealy ito the better lnd. E F
disease and disaer) follows. Hood's Crawfordville, Oct. 10, 1900.
* Sarsaparilla cleans the blood as nothing i
else can. It brill's "muckle "joy at No other pills can equal DAWitt's Lit
"mickle" cost. alf teaspoonful doses. ile Early Risers for promptness, cer
Pimples-" pies, blackAeads and ~inty and efficiency. All Dealers.
a kind of rash ed my face. A Grand R. A. Convocation.
friend advised me o try Hood's Sarsapa- E onvocation.
rfla. I Have tak three bottles and the Editor Tallahasseean--St. peter
pimples are gone. Lizzie Meye, oly Grand Royal Arch Chapter
12 Hunterfly Pace Brooklyn, N. Y. jurisdiction of Florida, has closed its
12H~c Y trst Grand Annual Convocation
a which was held in the city Qf To al
Siassee October 9-11, 1900, Compan.
S- D -A ibn E. L. J. Banks, G. II. P, preside.
m ig. The session was one of intense(
nhoo'. Pills cure TAIIrve* ; the non-rritating and interest and great profit, and com
ny-atartitotakwith 'ar ii terest and great prot and co
panmons returned home highly im-
I pressed with the hospitality of oui
S1eople. Sixteen Chapters were rep
Sesented, showing marvelous growtL
SCapitlistic Ma onry, since te .


t payers, see the purely selfish motive or pimples, scrofula shou be entirely
that is behind all this ill-timed agita- eradicated from the sys m by a thor-
all his ill e ough course of Hood's pararilla to
tion.? Some would-be leaders are prevent all the painful i cd sickening
t never satisfied unless they can stir up consequences of running .ofula sores
, strife and contention, just so the peo- j which drain the system, the strength
pile pay the bills. and make existei.ce utter wretched.
This calling the present Capitol an
"old rookory," and saving it is unsafe, *
is the veriest nonsense. Its very ap- After H C m es
pearance denotes a massive strength A t s
not to be found in any other public he has a hard enough ti Every-
building in the State. It was built thin that the expect t mother f
when contractors were honest and can do to help her child e should
labor more reliable. Its massive do. One of the greatest lessings
si he can give him is hea a, but to ip
walls and immense porticos are as do th is she must have th her-
enduring as the hill on which it self. She should use ev ry means 0
- rests. to improve her physical condition. f
We sincerely trust that a majority r She should, by all m su pply
of the tax-payers will unite and re- herself with
tain the Capitol where it is-a Capi- 0 M other S
tol so appropriately named, so inti-
Smatecly associated with endearing ( nd
' recollections of a heroic past-upon
s the beautiful and everlasting hills of ,,X- It will t ke her *
' old Leon.-l. S. Williams, in the i a through ie crisis d
Cocoa Rockledge News, October 11, quickly] It isa
S1900. te h i


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


. K gi ves strength
and vi or to the
muscle Com-
mon nse will
h h wyou
str ger the
muscle s are,
which ar the
f strain. he 1les


94K).


Opinions Differ.
vote for Ocala is a vote for Tal-
a assee.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
vote for Jacksonville is a vote
fo Tallahassee.- Ocala- Banner.
vote for Jacksonville or a vote
fo Ocala is simply a vote thrown
y, nothing more. Five-eighths
of 11 the votes cast in the State will
rej "For Tallahassee."-Exchange.


Every flovement Id1
When you have rheumatisf
feel stiff and sore and joints ia
It does not pay to suffer long
limease when it may he cured s
and perfectly by HoM'A a
This medicine goes right to
neutralizes the acidity of t
which causes rheumatism, aW
end to the pain and stiffness.
Biliousness is cur.,l by H
'25c.


MISS RUBY POWELL, Great Change o4Seatiment.
A Bright Little Tallahassee Girl ins The Washington )osl after a col-
aA Bright Little see Girl Wins umn of estimates n the electoral 1
We notice that Mi Ruby Powell college, comes to th conclusion that
We notice that Miss Ruby Powell. e a eleetionShinges on New i
the bright little granddaughter of after. Either can hingte ma be
Judge J. T. Bernard, oJ this city, is York. Either can te may be
JdeA f elected without New: York, but the
the August prize winner for the bet chances are overwhelmingly in favor
short story, written for the Detroit f the candidate Who secures that
Free Press. The Free Press says: State's electoral ve. The Post
"The happy appreciation of our marvels that a Ste, which four
short story contest is clearly proven years ago, gave suct an overwhelm-
by the large number of well-written ingly McKinley majority should now
stories entered every month by en- be considered close, 4nd says:
thusiastic competitors. The success- "When it is realizeil, however, that
ful contestant, whose clever story both Kentucky and aryland,may
entitled "The E. A G. G.. Club" k,. go Democratic, it will be seen that
awarded the August prize book, is W
1 T even the addition of Wyoming,
Ruby Powell, age 14, of lallahassee, which is likely to go lepublicn,
Although at present living with would not save McKunlev. The sit-
Althouh at present n wi nation, therefore, r olves itself, in
her parents in Jacksonville, Miss our opinion, into the question of how
Ituby, we see, still considers herself New York will ca,t its electoral
a Tallahassee girl. Hler success in
the above contest will be learned vote. Figure as yo may, arrange
the aove ie ill l, d the States in any manner that mav
with pleasure by all her Tallahassee the States in any manner tbhant m
friends.seem most probable, l he chances still
friends. remain that the candidate who re-
A new remedy for biliousness is now reives the electoral vote of New
on sale at Wight & Bro.'s drug store. It Y'ork will bIe siecesful. An1 li!i
is called Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tabiets. It gives quick relief and one fact, in itself, -4onstfit;utcs the
will prevent the attack if given as soon most unique feat.iir o"f the cain-
as the first indication of the disease ap- pain. WV hen it is.for a mnomint,
pears. Price, 25 cents per box. Samples a that the r t of th
free. --Nw -..r thio lhinges uIlon Net A Vork, a Sla c
A New .C.rporationi. wlIih ,av ,ity f. "2;s,('01i
Letters, patent have been issued f 3 ii, fou v NIs r .,,,, a r(-
for the incorporation of the I ni:il min:arkallo .1i(rnge in iillic sentinwt
Co'innerI'i ( ,mlpany of Tampa.nIi is rVco0.' izedI. It is tl'e tact. tlil:t "lis
T'hilew corporation ihas a capitall ot r ,\rl h(as ,'-iUtreIl in some lt -
0.0>,(<, >, will con-4uli1. hotel a Ia t I 1: Ili- ,
reslaauaimnlt blisin.es, wholesale ai d ..la, il,,s a:e nt uii'kn-w iin New
retail liqI r a:11 c!rar business :anl 1a y'ork, whih .ivej in ,lrtainty tt h.
L2eneral iImporti I,.,l c ,d exp'ortii ,,ot.o,,,,e, anxiet to hit- lepublia1n1
bu-iltCss. The inc(,ri)or(:r.s ;tre ieajers. awl oi,,,t to A 0 foll.,vers oi
.lose Fernandez, l layti'nMl 1P r l'*\ j*I .-- 0imt 7Tri l*iit.
a1nl Antolo Be) n lBoo. .
Rheumatism.
ECZEMA, ITCHIIN(i HUIOR- khenati
PI11PLES CUiREiJ BY B. 1. I. -. F. lyEf hintnv A h-
!)o I I..,( no ,',Is Iron o in( ;-y Sat\;i-an.,l.
(oL., Sa ls Irhat hehiai nTcretlfor viu.s
Bottle Free to Sufferer-. (it., sl\ s lthl t e he hntis ,Lnld for ',.-'
front l i~i,,.,;,tts.;t! :,,.l r.i!,l -e. I ,-
[)>'s your Skin Itch l ;i.t Blurn",.i* Dis- if lr,, n a,,, ur' tut P. P .. ,. ;..
dressingg ELruptil ns ,tOi th, Ski. so you (.,i,. l i t 'O. \'i. 'otls t<- pi:;O
(eel a-l- anit-l to I.e et ;; in I(ompi;i: = ;." of 'J I'. eI i oPf'."1,'1 i,
I ) e. :l d salts fer ,,m t e skin. P. P. I P -,g. reatet:k. tow(v.rn -foi r
Fair or Sc.a-i I ai ve you LE ze:ml;? R .t.t;,,- ;,tic.a: i. ic nL s tionedise t-a ou.
Skin Sore and ('racked? Rtash formi oin O ti- .i- t iickly ;rl forever.
the Skim,? 1 rickllg Ilain li tlhe Ski.( P P- p. L.piman's UreaW Rezedy.I
Boils.? Pimnpies? l Bore Pain? Swvollen .(,,re. ''lrR I',.-u>1, wiol its itch and
Joint-? Filling Hair? All Run Down? burniii.. SNaidl Head, Te ter, etc.
"Skin Pale? Old Sores.- Eating Soies? P. 1. P. Cures rloils, 1imnples, and .i!i
Ulcers? All the-e are syuiptomus of erupltioms du- to ilt blo(Xi.
E-zerna an d Inurities and Poisons in p. P. P. Cures Ihen atism and :d!
the Blood. [o cure take B. B. B. pains in the sides. back aid shoulders.
(Botanic Blood Balm) which makes the knees. hips. wrists and j! ints.
blood pure and rich. B. B. B will caus-e P. P.P. Cures Blood oi.son in all it
the sores to I eal, itching of eczema to various stages. Old Ul.ers. Sores an 1
stop forever, the skin to become clear Kidney Complaints.
and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is ju t P. P. P. Cures Catarrh Eczmina. Ery-
the remedy you have been looking for. sipelas, and all skin and blood diseases,
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Give it and Mercurial Poisoniug.
a trial. For sale by druggists at $1 per Sold by all druggists:
large bottle; six large bottles (full treat- _
meant) $5. Complete directions with A Sheer Waste of the People's
each bottle. Sp sufferers may test it, a Money
trial bottle given away. Write for it. oney.
Address Blood Balm Co., 524 Mitchell The question of a on stitutional
St., Adlant;, (Ga. Describe your trouble convention n should by all means 'be
and Fnre personal musdical advice given. voted down in the ]), moratic pri-
A Trianglar Race. mary on Novenber it] We see no
It is conceded by all far-seeing in- need of spending ell0 000 for this
Sdividuals that the race for Capital purpose. Our present Constitution
honors is now a triangle one. Jack- is only fifteen years ld, and itf it
sonville is practically out of it, and needs additional amen, ing the next
Sthe real contestants are St. Angus- Legislature can do t at. A new
tine, (hOala and Tallahassee. Some Constitutional Convent on would be
Doubt is expressed as to whether a sheer waste of the pc )le's money.
S.lacksonville will even carry D)uval -Palatka East Floridi n.
couiTlv.-IeVnsa...ola lPress.
s Good News for Ou Readers
; ." 8 'I 0 T'ET. 1 .. who have scrofula tamt m ,heir blood,.
. PBears the The Kind YOU Have Always Bougft and who has not? Scr ula in all its
SBignature y forms is cured by Hoo s Sarsaparilla
1 of whichh thoroughly purifl as the blood.
-' Thits issease, winch frequ tly appears in
) Capital Removal. children. Is greatly to be readed. It is
, Edlitor News-I am pleased to see most likely to affect the ands of neck,
SthIe News lake such a fine stand which become enlarged, eruptions ap-
pear on the head and fac aard the eyes
t against, the Capital removal question, are frequently affected. Upon its firs
Cannot the plain people," the tax- appearance, perhaps in sl ht eruptions


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takes' keen common sense,
. to superior judgment and
rence, to be superintendent of
Lroad. Such a man never re- -
cends anything that he has not
yf subjected to crucial test. Bl
rmihent railroad superintend- -
living at Savannah, Ga., in e'
i city he was born, says he -.
better than he ever did, and /
the worst case of dyspepsia '
ord. He had no appetite, and
e he ate disagreed with him,
g him to vomit often. He
ains'in the head, breast and .- L
ch, but after using three bot- .
P. P. P. he felt like a new
He says that he feels that he
live forever if he could always
P. P. His name will be given
plication to -Iippman Brothers, the
etors of this great remedy.
spepsia in all its forms is promptly
ently cured by P. P. P. General
ty and lack of energy give place to vim and ambition thn*
of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and heredity
eeradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and banIsh
P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria. P. P. P. is a purely 'v
compound, which has steadily grown in favor for years.
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'%..diegiday r3t 7:,4' P. M.
fiIUA N CtttI4Ciu, 1Rev. S5. L. McCarty,
S~erjv'ces will be held regularly every
at,. 3. an~d ^60P.M. Seats ale
the plibh1"- cordially invited to at-
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SWed ne,,ti :. 730 '. All1- Union Chris-
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.Tekjjj4l t4.Re ~V* S_ u. Provence
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~ ~t~fll'1;4LmaV Suhoolalt .0 a. m
]ieting we':itt~daiy 7 p. in. A cordial
toAxtet.141htuto .ill.
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titsV,;:iTNG 'I lie Buat nuiofDirec-
of the CiiLaI'rai' As:!oiatiot boldd their
~gon tile th; d Friday eVe nuegI of (a.ZhLI
li bI. iii. ati litelibrary.
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swill V I' !viiC~ 4 (1 at the resitlence ef Mr.
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Bkt. M. BJREVAIII)
I'UYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
IIASSEE, F?ORIDA.


. W. WALKER'


ATTORNEY-AT-! .AW.
Office over Capital City Bank.
ULLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


T. MYERS;


ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALLAHASSEE. FL RIDA.


F E. LEWIS DEEN IST.
TAI.T.AAHASSEE, FLORI A.
iate 1894, University Maryland,
1Jtimnore; Post Gaduate 1893,
Kas1el School, Chicago
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Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
,'een used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, witli perfect success. : It s others
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures Wind colic, and is the best
remedy for 4diarrhoea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggists in every part of the
world. Tweuty-five cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.


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For honest treat
or go to Dr. J.
great reputation
satisfactory resu


Coutiacte'J or lHereld-
'.' -4 ~. ~.~ ~ ::iy Sy;'pihidhus in a:1l
I' "' .1 4s, prodaviU4'g- :c0Jpt'1''olort'd
3or Nitdy. little ulcers on the
1''.:'or (.f!r,'~: c'yof tho flesh o r

,.w s,.'CII 1 3m j ia 't'1ar. ,ron,.ranti licaitii-
~crr (1I:trt2Cd veins, which'
I' t a colaplcte loss (if
i.' r: r ,4i IyEr)'tix-'~, Couorrin ea,
'1)!. ;al llPrivate amd Veucri':'l
a~l4 Of IUC'U (Illicily


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te'r. A'.liveij t" v.Ii:.'Old1 ac' )l'l

MIs t43 th" 1.'.ehien INtesaiIu.' Or
OCtCUjKIe 1Wba building which haus :1
;dave iilu :hiimu'lv hi'ciiiaie iinIiH ao
Silept Wi'd l.. 'lh ; v:t ,s tHw I"1111's je;' i
tavern. 'm ('1' 's fly the city shiu:ih-
tur "oit.;.:1" tiltbu' I k-sWho catme


to tow-.;"1t Iu'1 t (lit'.sinn. luxakltme it
tin, !i!.si (efjinlL-e:"'ini im, of its dY.

brothet'of J.leii .1:14(413Astor, (J'4cilii
is14 1 ulls IHeaid utaernL t' laSvd it
to) R.l~i''ic; i'd .'aia. Lut V:Iti1u went
1)rixalc':':'ing and left the iuu to be
('t31'.:hica'14'1 by'his 1.

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J. NOWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
1 v V. Uathaway & Co.,
2jI' Bryalcne t.-.-et. savaunna, G&.


To 1b.l'('-41 at the Pri3 :r E'c.'ti)! to Ile Hieldon
tilt I li (dafy o. N*'i, i c'r, .\. I. I l)'o).
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Make aCI '.1 k I. X ) I,',1 4,P ;-- ame of ityor
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Gisaeral FxiwEn



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jinur P Tax for the A Family Medicine Chest.
** fh, t'h i i ov A fnmih medicine chest for ten cents
In a pretty little" enameled metal box
S\ou have the means of keeping the
iit 4',,, ,i. ,, ;.,, w hole family healthy, from baby togood
; .i .r..'r (, iold grand-pat. Go to your druggist and
:' .itin tet a btx of Cascarets Candy cathartic c
, .-,: "'la i.:,'.-e or for te*n cents, and see that you always
h., 'v I;.v.ieuit for have them in the house. Co!ic, sick
***,, !ho ev:,-r nil1 lithe
a ;; .1.:,i- i. to headache, dyspepsia, pimples, s. leepless-
S;i t;.-i!,.i a-.:tll not i.e ness. worms and nearly every other ail-
4tit;. i- iis) ,;'3i.- i>r ment are cured by some form ,of eon-
to.. .1a at y stipation and in that little box you have
a perfect remedy always at handtii. Save
-t, i ,, A :.i.2 your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
n-i.t tV ou1'i, ne-s by the useot the sweet., iainty little
Pieces of candy that make you well and
itiM.N. Maior. i keep )you well. WVe recomnant-d Ca scd-
r. rets to all our readers.


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t ,',ni, :' t: ', -, _'' i' 1his 'aWhen sufferiniffromna racking cougl
Sf ,. : : :! r take a dose of F,Aley Honey and Ta
i: .' .... 4 n-ospered Thie oreni-s will be r,'lieved and
I1: 1".. v, 'I ,.; .,. ;:i:,.e to the warmth, graterful feeling and healing 4
' t:. ::. tihe parts .r -tt .ed will Ibe txpel ience
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    lic nr ticr tN 1cl;>.- 4 ih.t i >4! lh I;.. 4er:' t <, l ti'c ,e
    A 5ure Thing for YOU. ':.,t'jd:41 hc ,- .a.v >h';:'l, l h. c I '.t' ; i. r tin.w I

    A transaction in which you cannot Statei.al iN' :;. i'-'torlit .in- p riee.itc,'l ot '"hci-ii
    lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick- Sha l' tiiimA )ar\ 44t the l.:1t4tS Iait, ict l thih ne
    headache, furred tongue, fever, piles shall i:tvce "n ,-t. lrih Eo,:. ain I:sh.ll a.l
    ,D ilmt h, I, cn E hcti, .tIl tKa.;;ll[ y J
    and :a thousand other ills are caused by elec*tor oI iigll! ,), i- ':.,.i. d I i.,vy I,-'
    const4ipation and sluggish liyer. Casca- re.uired by I '"n"''" to"1 -\\%vr rtr i:r>.ii i tt
    rets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful tile.'"4 titllititatii-.
    new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic NA.iS V 1INSI' -eCTo:, 01 MFI.EorTIDN.
    are by alt druggists guaranteed to cure "Iistrict No. I -, 'V T laiiiai rai. ltcvnoilis
    itri.rict )o. EAt2- Dkisytlr M in,
    or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure ulliioriL No.*-reDavis,L ; mning, 0 C
    thing. Try a box today: 10c.,25c., 50c. Cootem,
    Sample and booklet free. See our big DListict No. :-L V Deiniiinarl, A C Poweli, 1. S
    Crump.
    ad. District No. I--Chas Burney, Eli Futch, W R
    Sills.
    District No. 5- A Williamison, C B Jones, J B
    fUl, l. |triet No. (;--il P aoolbtirry,. P 1Smith, G N
    Footlllali

    iT Nn W ei l irjDistrict No. 7u--\m Roerts, ir Uh Averett, T A
    a oAl 'i-triht No S--Rich;ard !rrLiuogrIWill Powcll,
    E L Burdline.
    Dis)irt .No. 9.--E 11 Garner, J1 C Kelley, J H
    tment and a speedy cure write Diel'o. C e, T F o ore,
    Newton nathaway whose ,1,re.. 1n
    SDistrict No. 11--iW OtwenstFI, P Wioalward.
    is a sufficient guarantee of J A 'o-.lr.in
    S t i cor o- ITisirit N(. 1.-.A C Srpillert. C W P crkins,
    lits. Cc ultation ot iaFree. Roi t\,,ii!,is, .11,.
    10S. -CuuliO No b. mail ree. t ict No. 1 3--W 'tin l'hillips. E ColeItll B F
    W illis.
    W e'y nBUcar jDirtrict No. 1,1--I1 F,. FMax%%cll, I' L Boatwri--ht,
    K ey ad Urinary PaiflDii- j j i.i.
    e'ilt. Too Frequent, loo'ly or Milky Urine, [2istri1 No. 15--. W I llightocr,J W Warn;, J
    ;i..i:-l:'Iiotal di.ease.cs tl the Ileart, Lungs, S Fleiii.g.
    l.iv.. -r,14l Storu '.wl; also (Catarrh, 1l4lpure. lh'J)ist'l. No. 1i.-- If ( Lewis. Josh Cros ly, T J
    l;fll:.2;'tis'li, 1';) 's, Fistulai and all Blood isict No. 17- -Wv D Atkin-on. Edwd Ai-
    :lptlm S'i;i:. I) ,s-,- and all F .m ale I)iseases drews. .1 W I 'iil1t4l4-.
    tri:tl<"( a;c',-rdiw, to thi l.').lt and b st lit itri ir. t:laod ku4:w'va to intmdical -i'ieue. W J Frcceemal.
    Sh .y correspon- The follow\inl. is the form of 1.: llit (omitfinrg
    flamc S BG';0fn I dcn'e always sue- nau'-s : ,-..li.:.t:,." i.,r .'euity otll C-) to IA." u-ed
    <',ssl-.l. WVrije for fret. book just published and at btihl l'Pinuay '. :<-".oi:
    .Slaptom bank li you caunot call. iF *IlM-P0' BALI.OTI(


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    'No oreP ne'e'imillt:er with e'r,- .
    dic-;,is qaickly and I':"."i'n :.:1 'v e'irv...
    by 1Broi; 'm lroni Iitter.9. 1-v"- ', y e
    the l*I*,',*, nervi's :t,el s':'l,.-ir",
    or oflwerwi'(o, sia..cimibs fe Ir''~i !'I rou
    Bitt' r. FK-owiioxnmt:] usn-l t~t*w :. va
    quarwer Of :L c nttiry, it s'r vl t -.I Vre-
    mgos;t attl3tv', our u:'et rcl illr-di or~'..
    IBro'vus' iron Bitters is soh; by al y :s '!':ers.


    "AI-MARKS J
    S 0 aCOP RIGHTS,
    ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY 4
    Notice in 1nve~ive Ag7e"
    SBook "klowtoobtuiu 1'att'iS" 1 E
    Chaarges ?fode'ra'fe. N'ofee till pat,_n : "-;(cured
    Letters ,trictvycon fit Ie nti:t 1. .ii 4~s
    E. G. SIGGERS. Patent Law~et.1. Waso~';!on ,D C.


    J. H. WILLIAMS,
    GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
    ALLAHA.-EE, FLOIPDA.
    etpairs all kinds of Household articles of
    ryday use. Trunks, Iags, Satchels. Lock&.
    1F. Fast ninirs. Guns. IPistols, Shooting Out,
    Umbretlh.s, also Iicycles and Sewing Ma-
    MS. Sho,; on JIifferson Street, near New
    laWrk-t. Work done on short notice.and
    ow Drice 3tcsf


    A. J. FISH,

    contractor

    and Builder
    -AND DEAL IN--
    UDLI)ER'S SUPPLIES,
    Imber, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
    Stock at all times.


    JH. HILL & CO.'S

    mt's Furnishing Goods,

    IEWS + EMPORIUM
    and -


    RIPAN-4S TABUEs


    Doctors find


    A


    Good


    Prescription



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    i (i Wit! a' .4'1


    Vote for onle.


    St .At4' tI"1141c.


    For' Stab- ti.'~e'


    'otC, for one.

    Vote for o1ne.


    Vole vor one.


    I- or ..Iii:It;tk'j
    Pa:trick ifole-Itouti.
    -For 3't,te Attt' '314, 4.'c, u.ontlIn-
    4.co W1. Walke.r.
    tFor County Cmeieni,sioiw.rs,
    Di!-tri(-t No. 1.

    District No. 2.
    J. A. Auolrews.
    W. J. J11ohfl.'ti


    Vote tor five, DIistrict No. 3.
    one for each Dr. W. L. Moor.
    district. --.---- -
    District No. 4.
    W. 9. Stoutamire.
    Jonah Britt.
    L. A. Roberts.
    District No. 5.
    L. C. Yaeger.
    For Constitutional Convention.
    Vote one way. Against Con-itutional Conven-
    tion-


    tgabtishlirillUlf- I -p. 4br tw.c-sity ycarr'

    j'he oi.1lest. rga.ae:t 1rI.41 uc

    '.i..at fru'ilitie34

    ~se i'gz'.:'~:' (ingmil4c I4is (doubtful.
    rrite foir frvt '. a;OO( oilP4'ft)lmluIt('4 fflt
    .CeI4. Clu 1k of(-. o4ra~ f the Spine,
    u- ts.('' r:'-. 'K;: es$TumuorsPilies,

    u,S kin ad 1M4 II; s and all Sur-


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    Capital CityLivery, Feed
    AND

    SALE STABLES.
    WITii
    Double and Single Teams,
    BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.
    SADDLE HOeHRSES.
    Patronage Solicited
    Satisfaction Intended.


    R+-:p,)tctfullv.
    W. C. TULLY.


    Everybody Says So.
    Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most
    wonderful medical discovery o(f the ago,
    pleasant and refreshing to ,he taste, act
    gently and positively on kidneys. liver
    and bowels, cleansing the entire system.


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    An Ordin .ne Levying a Special Taxi
    for Water and -irc Protection.
    *'4 i' -lot, F:

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    t-: .


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    TRElE WEEBKLY ,TA1*-T,4AFA.%4&1EAAN:- ThURSDA'Yq,


    THE WEE4L IAl AHASSEEIAN
    Land of Flowers.
    bliahed Every 'Tn rsDAT, at the OMce,
    Monroe Street. Tallahassee, Florida.


    JoHN C. Trca., Editor and Proprietor.

    DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
    For Cogressman.
    HON. S. MI. SPARKMAN.
    For Pre-dential Electors.
    JOHN M. BAlKRS, of Duval.
    JOHNS. 3EAL, of Fscambia,
    W. H. ElLA.s, ol Gad-den,
    'M. L. WI LIAMS. of DeSoto.
    For Alternates.
    W. HUc' n HARRIS, of yonroe,
    S. J. nlll iU RN. of Putnam.
    W. F. HINES, of Sumtcr,
    DANIEL CAM PBELL, oi Walton.
    State Ticket.
    For Governor.
    * WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.
    For Justice of the Sumprcme Court.
    FRANCIS It. CARTER.
    For secretary of State.
    JOHN L. CRAWFORD,
    For Attorney- General.
    WILLIAM B. LAMAR.
    For Comptroller.
    W. H. REYNOLDS.
    For Trea-urer.
    J. B. WHITFIELD.
    For Superintondent of Public instruction.
    W. N. SHIEATS.
    For Commis.sioner of Agriculture.
    \ B. E. McLIN.
    Railroad Cominsinncer.
    JOhN L, MOIUtiAN.

    ICounty Ticket.
    For .Mcnld;cr. Legislature.
    ION. ;E<). P. HANEY.
    HoN. E. M. IHOPKINS.
    For Clerk Circuit Court.
    C. A. BKYAN.
    For ('omnty Jidge.

    For S U'Ieriint.,n.-n' Pul>ie I.nstrumitin.
    C. w\. i..NNElLN.
    Por Slier; l'.
    JOllN A. PF\(i'E.
    Eor Coiunty 'lirei-ui -r.
    .JON -AY ProIYKINS.
    For i x s (.r.
    H FLKEL.
    F:.r iax olleector.
    W. A. D)MILLY.
    For '()iintv Surveyovr.
    W. T. BANNERMAN.
    For Mcm lbCi erchool hloard.
    (iEO. 1. DAVI,'
    K. J.1. EVAN'.
    GILBERT 1 IIARTSFTELID.
    REPUDIATING MCKINLEY,
    A committee consisting of Geo. S.
    Boutwell and fifty-seven other He-
    publicans and prominent Democrats
    (?) who helped elect McKinley in
    1896, have issued an address to the
    "Independent voters" of the United'
    Stales in which they use the follow-
    ing forceful language:
    "The undersigned citizens of the
    United States regard with profound
    apprehension the course of the pres-
    ent administration in Porto Rico and
    the Philippines. Our prior acquisi-
    tions were of adjacent territory for
    the extension of the area of consti-
    tutional govern ent and the crea-
    tion of new States of the Union.
    HWe made their few inhabitants citi-
    zens; our people settled them; we
    there established the institutions of
    freedom. For the first time in our
    history, it is now proposed that the
    President and Congress shall rule
    vast territories and millions of men
    outside our constitutional system.
    Officials sworn to support the Con-
    stitution and deriving all their pow-
    ers therefrom have acquired colonies
    and assumed arbitrary authority to
    govern thiir inhabitants without con-
    sent and to tax them without repre-
    sentation. This policy offers to the
    people of Porto Rico and the Philip-
    pines no hope of independence, no
    prospect of American citizenship, no


    representation in the Congress which
    taxes them. This is the government
    of men by arbitrary power; this is
    imperialism.
    "We believe that it is the first
    duty of the American people to stamp
    with their disapproval doctrines so
    hostile to liberty and 'dangerous to
    constitutional government. If they
    are to remain free and their govern-
    ment is to .continue representative,
    their servants must not have or ex-
    ercise any but constitutional powers.
    Between the claim of freedom that
    all men are entitled to equal political
    rights and the dogma of tyranny that
    might makes right, there is no mid-
    dle ground.
    "We have not, plior to this year,
    supported the candidacy of Mr.
    Bryan. We do not now concur in
    certain of his views on minor issues.
    Yet his position on the supreme issue
    .


    The St. Augustine Evening News
    .quotes Robt. McNamee, one. of
    Jacksonville's Capital removal
    speakers, as having admitted that it
    is impossible for Jacksonville to de-
    feat Tallahassee in the Capital con-
    test. This is the most, sensible re-
    mark we have seen attributed to Mr.
    McNamee since the campaign
    opened. It probably dawned upon
    him late in the campaign-after he
    was called in from- West Florida
    -and the calling in probably
    prompted the telling of the truth.
    Better late than never.

    Those who want to see an electric
    plant in Tallahassee will doubtless
    win in the end, but at least a year or
    two of waiting seems to be in store
    for them. The Circuit and Supreme
    Courts of this State have decided in
    favor of the city, but the gas people.
    now proposee going to the Supreme
    Court of the United States and the
    wheels of that tribunal turn slowly.

    The proposition to erect a monu-
    ment to the memory of ex-Governor
    (an_ V ThR.wr mill o.ti ra % nnn*l.


    ,IOBJ&R '259 1904


    U
    least. Legitimate newspaper heralded by the Mom


    Lawrence, Florida Republican; John newspaper men and citi
    C. Trice, TALLAlIASSEEAN; Mr. and hand with carriages, 1
    Mrs. 0. J. Farmer, Bronson Times- did all they could to ma
    Democrat; W. '. Crum, Republican, ant stay. One of the
    Tampa; 0. B. Ilowse, Sumterville spinning mills in the
    Times; Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Porter, various schools, church
    Grand Ridge Echo; C. B. Smith, Governor's mansion, I
    Jasper Newis; W. B. Harris, Kissim- residence and other
    mee Valley-Gazette; Mr. and Mrs. visited before leaving.
    Walter S. Turner, Cordele Journal; Hon. H. S. Leard, Tr
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Horton, Ar- senger Agent of the 1
    cadia News; D. Gillis, Westville Ad- Line, joined us and acem
    vocate; D. L. Branning, Waldo Ad- party to Richmond, wh
    vertiser; Philip Isaacs and son, Fort 'pleasantly locked and t
    Myers Press; B. B. Tatum and sister, to Z. P. Smith, the ge
    Miami Metropolis; F rank Harris, Jr., Passenger Agent for
    and sister, Ocila Banner, Oscar J. The latter and the RicdI
    Keep and sister, Quincy Herald; A. ber of Commerce did eN
    G. Moore, Marianna Times-Courier, sible for us the two da,
    Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. Wager, Titus- Richmiond, giving us a
    ville Star, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Y. at the famous Bijou an(
    Miller, Dunnellon News. the historic James R
    This concluded a motion was made free transportation over
    by Editor Lowry that a rising vote of lines in the city to go a]
    thanks be extended Mr. Wilson for the various points of int
    his thoughtfulness and kindness in The Capitol-the old
    preparing the badges for the Associ- building, where many v
    action. The motion was unanimously planned and won as we
    and heartily agreed to, afrer which lost between 61-5-th
    .Mr. Wilson was called from the ing, the.Confederate My
    lobby and made a few appropriate wood Cemetery, Jeff I
    remarks, expressing regrets at his ment, the various chu
    inability to accompany the editors, iete, were visited. A
    ate'. 0ion went tno Grofv A


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    since the Pilgrims landed at Ply-
    mouth-the danger that we are to
    .
    be transformed from a republic,
    founded on. the Declaration of Inde-
    pendence, guided by the counsels of
    Washington, into a vulgar, common-
    place empire, founded on physical
    force. We invite the co-operation
    of all independent voters to avert
    this great and impending danger."
    WHY DO THEY DO IT?
    Just why some professedly Dem-
    ocratic papers act as they do during
    a political campaign is not apparent,
    unless the contents of the Republican
    "barT' are being freely distributed
    among them. Just now this particu-
    lar kind of enigmatical journals are
    quite busily engaged in reproducing
    an "estimate," printed by the New
    York Herald, claiming *that' Bryan
    will not get as many electoral votes
    as he did in 1896--that, too, at a
    time when the Republican party is
    particularly distasteful to the Amer-
    ican people and is being repudiated
    by hundreds of the old time leaders
    and a smooth road and a fair sky is
    opening up for Democracy.
    Every one, who has given the
    matter any thought, knows that the
    New York Herald has no earthly
    power of ascertaining in advance
    anything definite as to the result of
    the approaching election; and further,
    that these forecasts are made up and
    sent out under direction of the lie-
    publican campaign coiiuittec, for the
    purpose of capturing that uncertain
    element in American politics known
    as tht lioatinu v )le." which is com-
    posed of people who do not read for
    themselves, nor think for themselves,
    l but always like to be on the "win-
    ning side." It is a pretty shrewd
    trick on the part of the Republicans
    to catch then with a document like
    that, but just why professedly lem--
    ocratic papers should aid in the
    catching is not apparent, unless it
    be for the i-eason suggested above.
    A BLUFF CALLED.
    Itepublican campaign bluffs do
    not always win, declares the Pensa-
    cola Daily News. Here is the way
    one of them was neatly choked to
    death, as related by an exchange:
    A Des Moines, la., dispatch to the
    New York World says that J. G.
    Olmstead, managing partner of the
    firm of of Bentley &. Olmstead,
    wholesale boot and shoe dealers,
    told his traveling men that if Bryan
    was elected he would shut down his
    plant and they could look for jobs
    elsewhere.
    J. R. Laycock, a capitalist and ex-

    perienced boot and shoe man, said
    today: "I have organized a com-
    pany to engage in the wholesale
    boot and shoe business, the same as
    is now conducted by Bentley & Olim-
    stead. In the event of Bryan's elec-
    tion I will employ all of Olmstead's
    men at an advance of 10 per cent
    over the wages they now receive."


    the least. Legitimate newspaper heralded by the Morn
    enterprises and newspaper men extensive preparations
    i- itainment were in pro
    should show a cold shoulder to such sentatives of that staui
    people. of Florida (the Mornii
    Many of the erstwhile South us and saw that everyI
    Florida newspaper advocates of re- fortably cared for a
    house, the oldest hotel
    moving the Capital to Jacksonville, but nevertheless up
    now admit that the people are against that.
    them. We have been trying to con- After a hurried I
    vince them of that fact all the time. Still, president of th(
    "On to m pany appeared himself
    "On to Richmona." by ost of his able :
    Through the courtesy of the Sea- took the party in chars
    board Air Line the members of the noon of sight-seeing.
    Florida Press Association who could over the Sawv nnah, Th
    leave their papers and business for a Isle of Hope trolley lin
    few days, have just returned from one ing in front of the dool
    of the most pleasant outings had since soon speeding around t
    the editors of the State first formed place of interest rea
    their organization. The intinerary ar- was visited and the 4
    ranged by President White included of interest pointed out
    Jacksonville, Savannah, Columbia, himself who related th<
    Rlaleigh, Richmond, a trip down the This donj we were
    James River (one of, the most his- docks of the Central of
    toric streams in this country) to New- road and spent a cot
    port News,- Old Point Comfort, Nor- viewing the ships anm
    folk and Portsmouth; thence back to dous amount of cotton
    the starting point, from whence the and various items of
    editors returned to their respective ported and exported
    homes. surce.
    The trip was a revelation to most The following moi
    of them, and will redound to their 'some steam tug below
    benefit in more ways than mere rec- Seaboard Air Line v
    reaction and relaxation from the and took us up and do
    slavery of the average newspaper of- giving us an excelled
    fice. First, it gave them some m.iny imlproveimenl s I
    knowledge of the vastness and great- Savannah shipping fa<
    ness of the Seaboard Air Line, which .ompanly. Alount their
    under the direction of that match- steamers anil twice a.
    less Southern financier-John Skel- saililng vessels lay a
    ton Williams a:il his corps of able do.k.s takin-w on and dii
    assistants--.as taken front rank witlih ,,--to say ni,,th < t
    the most powerful developing forces liners td.t piaay of this c co.c nd, they have lltore r io .
    thereby been give an opportunity Then followed a
    to witness thie effect of nianufactur- Morniwl News oii-e,
    ing enterprises upon towns and cities which seldom falls t
    once affected with d y rot and the; e new.Spaper mai
    slhtiifulness. Thinrl, tley have IEtill hiimseit sat at ti
    forined acquaintances and cultivated tal|le, and when wine
    friendships that will enable them t ao were reached speecih-
    work Aogether mire in inisoln for the ; niem.od and continued
    universal upbuilding of the State forced to leave for the <
    throughout the remainder of their the train for Coinur
    lives--or during their connection te least eljova'
    with journalism at least. the Morning News ire
    At Jacksonville, on the evening of through the building a
    the 8th inst., we were met at the New. tunity to she all the
    Duval Hotel by lon. J. WV. White, work. A theater part)
    President of the Florida Press Asso- e\verin was also highly
    ciation and editor of "The Frater- Arriving at Columl
    nal Record," and Hon. Geo W. Wil- met by Governor Mi
    son, editor-in-chief of "The Florida navor of the town, th<
    Tinies- Union and Citizen," and other the South Carolina Pres
    citizens of Jacksonville who expected the president of the
    friends or acquaintances among the Manufacturers' Club an
    editors. They did all in their power dents and ladies of
    to make the first day of the "outing" theater party was give.
    an auspicious one, an I succeeded very a ride over the trolly
    admirably. President White was :the factories all lighted
    the bearer of transportation for each 'rounded up by a royal
    and every member of the Association rooms-of the above
    (and a lady member of his family) The following day w(
    who had applied for same, and called taken in charge and gi5:
    a meeting in the hotel parlor for the tunity to see everything
    purpose of distributing it. This done about the city that w
    he presented a large box of very the half day at our d
    handsome badges as the gift of Edi- before leaving at 4 p.
    tor Wilson, of the Times-Union and bled by request at
    Citizen. The badges were the pret- S weney's mansion an
    tiest the members of tle Association quetted by him and his
    have ever had the pleasure of wear- assisted by members o
    ing and were greatly admired and and their wives, in roya
    commented on everywhere on the lina style. This will a
    trl.). of the brightest recollh
    A roll call showed the follow- trip.
    ing persons present: J. W. White, At Raleigh, whici
    of thie Fraternal Record, Jackson- reached about midnight
    ville, President of the Association, 11 a. m. the following
    and Miss Jeagle, his sister-in-law; tie could be seen on a
    Mr. and Mrs. Sunrter L. Lowry, short time. Dr. A.
    Southern Pythian, Tampa; W. II. formerly a resident of t


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    g News) met,
    ne was com-
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    y date for

    ncheon, Col.
    News Cornm-
    accompanied
    ssist-nit, and
    r for an after-
    A special car
    iderbolt and
    was in wait-
    and we were
    e city. Every
    head by trolly
    'erent points
    )y Col. Estill
    ir history.
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    Newport News and intermediate
    point, landing mis at Norfolk about 7
    o'clock p. mn, after eleven hours on,
    the river. A man with a megaphone
    was tiken along to call out the va-
    riousplaces of interest, together with
    their history, and maps of the route yVu
    distriuted free, making it altogether
    abQut the most pleasant part of the
    trip. At Norfolk we spent the night THE F
    and next morning board ed he train [
    across the river at Portusmouth andL
    were soon speeding toward Jack-
    sonv4le, arriving back there about
    eleveli o'clock the following (lay, A Collae
    without mishap or anything to mar: and
    the pleasure of the trip.
    AC a future date we hope to give'
    someiof our impressions of the mo- t
    important places visited, together ""i n. x
    withifurther details relative to the i,,,
    events which went to make up the
    never to be forgotten pleasures of the TII LF
    '-.outi.g. .


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    Pandea at tie -.-.- -... .
    Georgia lail- Tallahassee Will Win.
    Lle of hours An intelligent and observ'ant com-
    the tremen- mereial traveler, who has just re-
    naval stores turned from an extended tour over
    commerce "im- the State, asserted last night that he:
    through that was convinced that twice as. many
    people would vote for t he State Cap-
    ling a ihnd- itol tt remain at Tallahassee as would
    gil g to the vote for it to be removed to any
    as in waiting other place, and lie would not be sur-
    vn the river praised, if Ta all'ahssee receivel imore
    view of the vote than all of the canidildates for
    11igr made in remo'-al comL-ineld.
    liti's by this TI*s gentlemianm stated that the
    bi r tranip picture of thlie Capitol 1huilli:,-, which
    muy;v lar,,e is lnovv i'i~ I published 1i rnilv of
    oug sid( the th'e Sate paier. i-; wieldiin a pow-
    ihn"rcing ear- erfullinthiae!ce. The pe,'il' ih'l been
    the rtll -il;ar l t1 b'erv .by th voct )s of
    n ,'W York remt'al that tile ( Capitol buildingii
    wa:s :T ol irnh :Ii at the tState :iAnd alouit really to tumble
    the like of ',lw1m 1 ut the icu'r. :u inply refuites-
    the lot of these.imi-staltemeits.
    .. ( *loi.tel I, l 'C is a pertilenit ,;li';!a'!. a ;i oil
    head o'" !:'. i; .. bjt froI ti he Ld .v T' .ne.s-
    i ad c D:iirs )elniLcrat:
    iikinig C n- (Ca1ital Ire'nlov il lul'anll' ilicr'. ised
    uitil we were. taxes an, wIe are e' sattisfiel that not,
    pot to catch oilv 1i Levvy icllity, )bul even ill tlhe
    ia. B c no1 soVlhirulmost countie ie feature of iTallatassee wilt have thl:usands of
    t wa.s a trip votes We ask the people t oiion--
    d an oppor- si ser the gravity of the qIuestioii, and
    nachiinery at vote, iot for soini' f:tvoritl city, but
    the previous for tie State's b.st. god.- -Tamunpa
    enjoyable. Time .
    a, we wert.
    Sweney, the Bla kets and Camforts.
    president of J. I. )l-n Iris ain oi',r uil ini ..f
    Bi nk4' Coinf rts -ind l-ed Spieads
    Association,, jus t+ thin ,,ttou ierl tor 'ie 'ori:n- t
    *rchants and wi2ters A.o and make a s+eciion at I
    several resi- once.


    lhe city. A
    us at night,
    nes, viewing
    y electricity,
    treat at the
    iamed club.
    were again
    mn an oppor-
    interestinEg
    possible in
    sposal. Jusr
    i., we assem-
    vernor Mc-
    were ban-
    cellent wife,
    his cabinet
    South Caro-
    rays be one
    etions of the

    place we
    ' and left at
    fay, very lit-
    count of the
    3. Hawkins,
    is city, local
    ens were on
    )wever, and
    e it a pleas-
    finest yarn
    country, the
    es, Capital,
    r. Hawkins'
    laces were

    veling Pas-
    saboard Air
    mpanied the
    re he saw us
    rned us over
    lial Division
    hat section.
    nond Cham-
    irything pos-
    s allotted to
    heater party
    a trip down
    ver, besides
    all the trolley
    d come from
    rest at will.
    Confederate
    stories were
    l as a cause
    City build-
    urum, Holly-
    avis' Monu-
    ches, parks,
    wrge delega-
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    THE WEEKLY


    BAKIN& POWDER

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


    Made from pure, grape cream of tartar.


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    The Dentist. Dr. K. A. Shine.
    Capt. H. S. Duval, of Jacksonville.-
    as in the city last Saturday.
    New syrup iscommencing to te off-reti
    your merchants. One fariner received
    18 00 for a banel-the other day.
    Dr. M. A. Siimnors Liver I'Iediic.e
    uiket s the Apptlite, Al:s D ge-:ion.
    ive! Tone' n'.; Viyor to ,lithelifut.- ins,
    lu fortifies t le sy.sti n agiixst i.-ienz:a.
    ylr. (. 11. PIalin. crt-'y .:nl tra< -
    Irer e:f tie C.,riab ilce Lumii.r Coiaeniy.
    ik;l ill lt'- city on Aitloay ou t.usineiss
    or hisiifirm.
    1Mi-s Ei-,il.- Caitpenter, daughter of
    Ir. R. 1B. ( ari., ,iter. returned on Sun-
    ]ay from ra .-uiti.mer outing. which she
    Spent at Columibus, Ga.
    The editorr of the Fordville, Ky., Mis-
    -ell;riot us, wiitts as a puomacript to a
    a bt;smiess let ti: "I was cured of kid-
    ney trouble by taing 'Fol(.ys Kidney
    Pure." lake nothlug -elst. Wighit &
    Bro.
    The following insurance companies
    have withdrawn from the State ofXflcr-
    ida: The Prudential Life of Newark and
    the Providence Savings and Life of New
    York.


    Scrofula in the blood shows itself
    sooner or later in swellings, sores, erulp-
    tions. But Hooa's Sarsaparilla com-
    pletely cures it.
    Mr. Robt. Gamble, of theMiddle Fio:-
    ida Ice Factory, is in the city this week.
    MF. Gamble is now managing the Thom-
    asville Ice plant and Iuns over home
    every week or so tosee his family.
    The Health-Restorer and Health-
    Maintainer. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
    Medicine, Strengthens tlhe Nerves, mvkes
    you Plump and Comely, and Enriches
    the Complexion wiih nature's choictst
    colors.


    Mr. McNess, who for the last four or
    five years has been working with the
    Cohen Tobacco Company, whose planta-
    tions are just across the Georgia line.
    has resigned his position with that com.r
    pany and will reside hereafter in Leon
    county.
    -When you have no appetite, do rot
    relish your food and feel dull after ect-
    ing you may know that you need a dose
    of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
    Tablets. Price, 25 cents. Samples free
    at Wight & 3Bro.'s drug store.
    Messrs. James W. Bass. R. L. Single-
    ton. B. F. Tilton. W. H. G. Scott, W.
    C. McKee. E. Hausman, E. M. .Tilton.
    J. A. Kennedy, J. W. Gains, R. D.
    Drvsdale, L. Herzog, W. J. Cathcart.
    F. F. Doyle, E. H. Rnevry.J. T. Briggs,
    Oscar Oswald, D. K. Wright and E. L.
    Hutchinson, all of Jacksonville, visited
    the Capital this week.
    Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
    has greatly benefited others and is n a-
    sonably certain to do you good. Try it!
    The West Florida Seminary Oratori
    cal Association was organized 3ester-
    day, and the following officers were
    elected: Mr. Asa B. Clark presid-nt,
    Mr. B A. Meginnias. Jr., vice-presideLt,
    liss Bessie M. Saxon, secretary and
    treasurer, Mr. Wm. McIntosh, Jr., busi-
    ness representative at Jacksonville; and
    Mr. Paul Carter, (of Ohipley, Fla.), ora-
    torical representative to speak in Jack-
    sonville on the22d of February, 1901.
    To stimulate a Sluggish Liver. Banish
    Biliousness, Disperse Dyspepsia, Prevent
    Sick aud Nervous Headache, use Dr. M.
    A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
    We notice in the Times-Union and
    Citizen that Mr. Edward Jones, of Black
    Creek, Fla., was married on last Friday
    to Miss Emma Bean, at the residence of
    Mr. Horace Bean, Thomas county, Ga.,
    Rev Mr. r.J. T. Coleman, of Miccosudie,
    officiating. The groom is one of Leon
    county's most industrious and successful
    farmers, while Miss Bean -is one of
    Thomas county's fairest daughters.

    It is exasperating to one who knows
    Foley's Heney and Tar, and knows what
    it will do, to have a dealer recommend
    something else as "just the same" or
    "just as good" for colds, coughs, croup,
    la grippe, etc. Wight & Bro.
    Dr. W. L. Moore and Mr. T. B. Byrd,
    who, as we announced last week, had
    gone over to Bainbridge, to attend a
    meeting of the director of the Georgia
    Pine B. R. Co., returned laW Thursday,
    much pleased at the prospect of getting
    the road. They report that the company
    assured them that work would begin on
    - -_.._ A -.Aiso amftb3fl ro-mused


    Dr. W. E. Lewis, De:itLst. Phone No.
    ,*d. '48-10t
    Mr. cI.'cet, Brtoom, of Quincy, was in
    the cit- Tiursiday.
    Mrs. J. II. Coonbb and children, of
    ('lorado Springs., were here last week,
    en rouie to A palachicola.
    Mr. and Mrs. Julus llirschburg and
    Mast-r Morton have returned from a
    tie'o weeks vinit to Pl'iladtiphia.
    Torturing skin eruptions, burns ard
    sores tire sotolhet( ; I oiLte a1d promniltly
    liheald b3 al'plyilig l V\' itt's W iLMA i;1.-
    zl Salve, t:e l -', l:iiowni cure for piles..
    Be'wavc oft woritlss couuLerfeics. Ali
    Dealers.
    Mrs. John Hl'-ernndez, ot Fernandina,
    alter a visit of several weeks here, left
    lor home a few tdys a:go.
    Mr. Thomas ii. iall, proprietor of
    Pan ;cea Springs, has returned fiom a
    bu-imetsL trip to Bqston.L
    Feelings of safety pe-vade the house
    hold thaLt uses One Miiue Cough Cure
    the only harmless remedy that produce
    i unicuate results. It is inlailible for
    coug'hs, colus, croup aia all throat and
    lung tiritbles. IL will preveut consump
    tion. All ODalers.


    Mr. A. S. Wells has returned from a
    trip out West, where Ihe purchased two
    car loads ,f tine horses and mules tol
    his sale.,. tables.
    The heavy rain yesterday was a great
    benefit to nte fail gardens, as well as for
    hie laruime-, who want to do their fall
    ploi iijg.
    For spraius, swellings and lameness
    tLere is intllhiig so good as Chamberlain's
    Paimn Bdlm. 'Iry it. For sale by Wight
    & Bro.: iid all olher ni.dicim- dealers.
    Air. JV. K 1 .liie, Division Superin-
    tehment of tile Southern Express Com-
    pany, wa., in ttie city on Monday attend-
    ing to busalesf lor tie company.
    Mir. Richard 13. Bull, of Bradfordville,
    who Ihun it-en pendingg the summer aL
    Camuiritdige, at .s., is expected to return
    hoine tOw'iy.


    SThis is tlie s:-, soii h, ii mothers are
    Sll;ll Aillt'd n io;t u t of cluoil it is
    !iq.Ie-'ky (cur. d t.i )ie Mlinute Cough
    S lilt-, vhali'i a .ltlntt i k to take. All
    ID aieri,.
    Tihe Ila ov iint C pitoil is still flying
    at. hltl-inuia.L ouL iL.( It,,-pect t the mean-
    ory ti t" ilt'e etx iove-rnor George F.
    DLt-w. "i his tat-ilnl; is made in reply
    to the l1uiw.OIus (que stionii asked.
    Mr. Earie P~rKitus. we are glad to see
    is against at his old desk in the Capital
    Unity Baniii. Mr. Petkins has been for
    ttie past sevra-vl weeks with the branch
    office of that bank, -t Apalachicola.
    iThe best iilt-,tod of e!tansi]-ng the liver-
    is thf u-e of li he anious little ilis known
    as De\Vti,'s Little E- riy lisets. Easy to
    Lake. Neer gripe. All Dealers.
    Mr. Sydney Diamond, son of Mr. Jul-
    ius Diamond, returned this week from
    Ptlladteilphi;a, where he has been for the
    past six inuillis.
    Reuleniber that Swceting carries the
    finest, stock of diamonds of any one in
    tlhe city.
    We carry only the best and leading
    brands ol Cigar-., give us a call. People's
    Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswell, proprietor.
    Prescriptons .filled accurately
    night a(nd day lby competent drug-
    gists, at Wi/ht <(C Bro 's.
    Spend your cash with men who are up
    to date, and give Trading Stamps. 32-4t
    Swe et Pickles, by the quart, at Ran-
    dolplh & Co 's.
    "New Home" Ball-Bearing
    Sewing Machines, at Cil-
    more & Davis Co.
    1 Go to J. R.
    aaist. Cohen's and
    F examine his
    Stock o All Wool Shirt Waists. They
    are just: the thing you need for solid
    comfort Perfect in fit and the latest
    style oul.
    Evaporated Apples. Peaches and Ap-
    ricots, a. Randolph & Co.'s.

    It is a Fact,
    That'many people have died during
    the past summer and'many are still sick,
    it also ai fact that not one who bought
    their drugs from us. have failed to get


    TAT.TiAITASSP,PAN:


    Notice.
    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.
    MRS. S. D. HIOrHOWER.
    82-1m Proprietor.
    11 R. Cohen
    Glo es, Glo es. hasjust
    I open d a
    fine lot of Kid Gloves, all sizes and col-
    ors, perfect in fit, smooth and comfort-
    able.
    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 usual price. 32-tf

    New Country Syrup, at Randolph &
    Co.'s.
    Fall in line. Get in the push!
    Trade at 1Vi/lht Bros. Store. s'ace
    the checks amnd gfet the cash.
    Don't forget that Ball. Demilly & Co.
    ket-p a splendid line of Gents' and La-
    dies Underwear. 33-2t
    We sell goods at wholesale and retail,
    Racket Grocery.
    Sauer Kraut, at Randolph & Co.'s.
    The finest disp'ay of cut glass that has
    ever been in Tallihassee, is at Sweeting's.
    All kinds of Tablets, at MlI sorts of
    prices, at Hill & Co.'s.
    Tinware, Glas.sware and Crockery,
    low down, at People's Grocery, Chas. F.
    Cogswell, proprietor.


    Accept only t

    Trading Stamps.
    here to stay.


    the Green

    We are


    If you want anything in Cut Glass.
    Sweeting's is the place.
    Th- Gre'n Trading Stamps cost you
    nothing, why not trade with the n'-r-
    chants who, giv# th-mu. ""1-4t
    Hill & Co. keeps thetbook3 school chil-
    dren want.
    610th "r"W; The latest style
    Clothsn din Jackets and
    W titer Wraps
    for La-liis 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 headlqu;irters for all
    school supplies. Don't fail to call on
    him.
    Ralston H' alth Club Flour, Breakfast
    Food and Barclay Food, at Randolph &
    Co.'s.
    ( O. '.
    Graham Flour, at Randolph & Co.'s.
    An elegant line of HIIr Brushes,
    /muiranteed 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,
    Gra'nmar and Physiology to Erastus W.
    Clark's and get new ones m exchange.
    We have just received a new line of
    solid gold and plated jewelry of all de-
    scriptions. Call and inspect my stocK.
    H. N. SWEETING.
    Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberts', on
    Adams street, corn, oats, lay,'bran,
    cooked cow feed. flour in barrel and half
    barrels. Besides this you will always
    find a choice line of groceries, cheap.
    41-tf
    New Evaporated Apples, at Randolph
    & Co.'s.
    New Florida Syrup, at People's Gro-
    cery, Cnas. F. Cogswell. proprietor.
    "New Home" Ball-Bearing
    Sewing Nachines, at Cil-
    more & Davis Co.
    You have the choice of Sweeting's
    elegant Christmas goods for youth Tr-td-
    ing Stamp Books. 32-4t
    0n Arnnt Ladies',Gents' and
    Children's Under-
    I vests at Cohen's.
    Take time by the forelock and be ready
    with your Flannels when Jack Frost
    puts in an appearance.
    Half and one gallon tins for putting up
    syrud at Ball, Demilly & Co.'s. 33-:Ic
    School Supplies.
    Hill & Co.'s is headquarters for all
    school supplies. Don't fail to call on
    him.
    The best place in town to buy Wagons,
    Buggies and Harness is at the well
    known Hardware House of L. C. Yae-
    ger.
    Cranberries, at Randolph & Co.'s.

    I CHRADER
    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! I Wood II
    All kindsof wood-lonp, cut or split-
    delivered to any part of city on short
    notice by telephones No. 41 Wood Yard,
    or 87. at the plant of Taylor& Child.
    Thanking my customers for past favors,
    I am respectfully, G. H. AvuarrT.
    30-


    THURSDA'M


    Shirt Waists. h
    ceived
    line of Shirt Waists. bo-h in sil
    woolen goods. He has them in al
    to suit the most fastidious.
    Cane Mills. S:gar Kettles., Skit
    and Dippers, at lowest prices, by
    Yaeger.
    Fultoi Market Corned Beef, at
    dolph & Co.'s.
    Choice selections of Cut Gla
    Sweeting's.
    Buckwhbat, at Randolph & Co.'s
    For that C-oiigh- Trs- L e
    Cotflh, .S!lrup--sold and gimrar
    by Wigs!tt & Bro., Drqggists
    A lovely assort nent of fancy n
    clocks, for the holiday season at S
    king's.


    We have another thousand of
    good Tamnpa Smoker Cigars, 3 for
    Racket Grocery.
    MinceiMeat, at Rnmdo!ph & Co.'s
    M. T.; Joiner*' headquarters for
    ger Sewing Machine supplies has
    moved to Miss Geratd's store. C;
    send there for what you want.
    (lAAn Bear in min
    Dress Good J R. Cohe
    the finest
    of Dress& Goods in the market, bII
    heavy a'nd light weight. and the n
    shades out. His Mourning Good:
    not be surpassed. H-lnrittas, S'
    Armure.. etc., in fact anything i
    line onetwoulc wish to see. So g
    yourself; accordingly,. and select
    out fit fte- the winter from Cohen's
    Palace. !
    ISchool Books.
    All the rooks for all the schl
    Erastus W. Clark's.
    To fy Friends and Custome
    I leavq today for the markets ar
    pect to purchase two cars of mulk
    horses, :mnd will keep on hand at all
    a larze lot to soleot from. So
    needing horses or mules give me 4
    and I will guarantee to please
    Thanking you for pa't favors. and
    iting your future business. I am
    truly yours, A S. WF.
    Tallahassee, Sept. 22, 1900. 3

    "New Home" Ball Bea
    Sewing Machines, at
    more & Davis Co.
    A fresh lot of elegant crisp crsm
    all varieties, packages and bulk, j
    at T. B. Byrd's.
    Educate Your Bowels With Casc


    C-ndy Cathartic, cure
    forever. 10c. 2oc. If C.
    druggists refund money.


    OCTOBER 25,


    t I


    Co-
    re-
    new
    and
    sizes

    moers
    L.C.

    Ran-

    s, at



    Mteed

    ,ntle
    eet-


    D B Mi


    Has for
    Winter


    Shoes


    hose n
    Oc went'ss


    Sinm-
    Ieen
    1t or
    S1-Lf


    Also '31-n'.-;Re-i


    that Dougiass' Cli
    tok Fever Tontc.
    h in
    wes, ('ir, s for
    can
    rges, wl n t
    this
    vern
    your
    rade

    A laPel
    !s, at I


    1 ex-
    and
    times
    'hen
    call.
    you.
    olic-
    very
    -tf

    ing


    Iter.
    ?t ir


    constip tion
    C. C. Ifail


    Lincons ('hill aid F'i,'er 2
    cwues rhen others faul. (GrOi
    by Wight d& Bro.
    School >,,,)ks for ini roi tioin arml
    change ;all th-- hooks recently adi
    by thIe -Sciint itoa-il. ;ot uitrilut
    and exchatinge Ipices at Eiastu.
    Ciark's.


    lt:ng us up eeariv or late. and w.-
    fill and deliver goods ordered. Our i1
    is 51, Pe p.le's (Groe-ry.
    For Sale,
    St'vlisi t yung combination horse,,
    p;y to P.: W. \ ilkoni. :,:- 1
    New -a,% d Second Hand School B
    at 11ill's.
    To Cure Constipation Foreve
    Take Cast- ri--is ('atndy Cathartic.
    or 25c. If C. C. (. fail to cure, t
    gists refund nonev.
    Cane Mills and StigI-r KIttles, at
    ger s.
    Fancy Evapora tilt Apples. at
    Racket Grocery.
    Potomac Roe tierri .U. at itandol
    Co.'4.


    We are Constanly...

    Increasing our StlriI'es, Toil


    Articles, etc., anti we c: -
    nestly desire an inspection 1, -
    fore you buy.

    The Tallahassee Drug i


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


    331m


    D. B. MEGINNISS,


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


    bargain.


    Address

    LEVY BROS.,
    Tallahassee, I


    Huyler's Candies


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    Farnc. 1-o-- W. I-
    11:111we of Ji4.1t1C ill




    If We
    W hat Youtt

    want your trmi'
    service, at


    1900.


    ginniss,Jr, What We Wanl
    SI-: to supply our custo- I
    ale hi Fall and iners with what .


    S!'e-of.


    lats!


    Tm


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    'urnishi


    ly-inade Trous


    ill F.-d


    5 cor,:... It
    at ;i(


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    SWpm- a


    At pIea'sing p rices.


    T',nba e, e Beug: Co.



    'take ple-a..sut in e h in ti-Ar Dress

    Net, Ginpure :rIfel L:nce. hi-sides Saiks, and
    Vel vets per y. i 1,

    rnigs. Nou Tailoriu., Low Prins,.
    Cleaningr and Repairing.

    ser. Or-
    CaptalTailoring Co.,
    W. HI. FR'U~LAND, Prop.,

    Hlalariou is Eneorzed bv ths best Physic~im
    ,*,:I guarn, ;.'I it I curGlfls, levt-'r and



    cacoo


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    ma. i rii tt' re ([i 'o r ~c

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    Mo'TAuI LA. iii E----AN,


    ave'tGot

    we'll g. It. V
    Pr. l''in~t, effic'iei


    TALLAHASSEE DRUGi CO


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    () Odt for to!





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    Mineral Springs o0tel,
    EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor.

    51.53 per day; $8.01 per week-; 32' .00
    to $3.00 por month.
    "-i' < %-*I h" givee families or 1.'s-tii',.
    i!.l rransat. Soix-liqchop'y. Station o CGarrabell,. Talla-
    t- i it Riilroa'l.
    Excursion Rates.
    -e road is now "ivin :hie followi r lowv rini-l trip rates
    :ssee : G(o l to r-t-lfrnl froiel Siturla:v n:ir ;" Monltvd, Sl.25;
    d tys, $2.00: !1 u1ntilt eL"e:.,mbe -. -I..5).
    All Modern Conveniences.-
    ,I lhas just beun enlargld, new miionratl ri-i salt winter
    loL :,i.,l cold wat,-r i'l all rooms: b,tlis also given in hotel;
    poo! rotns: slhimlle hoa-:l. an: in f:ct a!l Unlerur conv-
    st oti -' in hotel bumldicln. Telphlonia coi-eilticio with
    ''. ) Dily mails, .tc. Cuisine the ilest.
    h1-r information, addres-;
    EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
    ]':'. mfma, rent


    *P. ROZEAR,



    TALL AH ASEE, FLA.,
    a Gilmore &' D:vis 'o ,-f ,.site AVighit Bros. Drug Store.


    all grades of Undeittking Ru ,lie ..-l guarnt satis-
    iof your patronage is solicited, and a!l orders will receive


    1 Estate Agency,
    AL[T.ATASsM:m:, FLORIDA.
    i of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and West
    ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres,
    rated according to timber, location, etc.
    city and suburban Residences and Building Lots in and
    -e the most Dicturesoue and at-t,.iva i]..A- &--. ,A .,


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    prompt attention.


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    S200,000
    Florida, in track
    at reasonable pri,
    .AJAlso desire
    around TaIauaha


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    I


    SKfnd Hearted Lady.
    A Mrs. AbigailVail-ban left a legacy
    :^I H ~ "" ""^SSo^:1!^llll | 11 ir coful,
    ^ ^HE/"of 4 shillings per annum with which to
    S'X buy fagots to burn heretics. She left it
    SSto t.N a .tiu Outwich,. now denjof- l
    Hed. IMrs. Vaughan's remains were hv o
    dow I ~among" those remnovet] to Irford from T
    : K L L It ^. mo n g tP a a e r i~l 4 oea r- o rd Cron stc thho o do ft inS ti s ait f r th e o e. el e m e n tsarhAo su s t a n B l i e P is i S cor----a .l.h tehule ml ohSs i
    gietheChrch of St. Martist orutwih. The tantthat it be kept fre of all impurities, ;r iteomes asour of
    ens fae*ts are given in a story of l t. He eo- poisoning instead of ncuriohing the ty, ad loss of health is to llow.
    en's. ishopgate. by a late retor.- Some poisons enter the blood from without, tLrough the skin by tion, or .
    Notes and Queries. inoculation ; others from within, as when vaste products accnm ate in the
    ^B4 1esystem and ferment, allowing disease germs-to develop and be tn into the ra
    --- *I Bi Dangleron circulati on. While all lh.tx troubles have one.common origin, has some
    "Papa." asked a 4-year-old youngster. pecu'liaritv to disting-,,ish it from tile other. (Contagious Mlo o coua
    "are"little boys made of dust ?" Cancer. Kheumatism, E".ema andtothertbloodlodisea-es canlbe d guished by
    "Yes. my son." was the reply. a certain sore, ulcer, eruption or inflammation pppearing on the skin. very bl
    D Uel. then." continued the little fel-disense shows sooner or later on the outside and on the weak, part of the body, or where it finds the least resistance
    .low. "! wish you would make nue topusitd external alicatine Valuable time is lost nd no permanent Ixben t derived from such treatment.
    stop using the brush on me. I'm afraid BLOOD BLES R UIE BLOOD RE DIES; the poison must he completely and perma.
    s'l brun me all a ~way. neatlyy erailica'edt thl. blool reinforced, purified and cleansed, or e disease goes deeper and saps the very life. Mercury,
    J* potash and arsenic, the treatment usually prescribed in this class of diseases, are violent poisons, even when taken in sma
    w ill clean your hou Enjoyable. doses-never curp, but do much harm by ailing another poison to -e already overburdened, diseased blood.
    WI C IGAR OUP IoXISO Tess-IIow did you enjoy yourself at L __..- r S. S. S., Natu'e's ow remedy, made of roots and herbs, attacks the disease in
    Sheer weddin? theblo ; aiistiotes. a11d f ces ot. all impurities, makes weak, thin blood rich, strone
    Jess- Very much. Her own was a l and health-. ad it the e time builds up the general health. S. S. S. is the onl
    f m r t wretched bad fit. and everybody was puiey vegetable blood p ifier known, and the only one that can reach deep-eate
    r..marking how por the presents were. bl} trouble. A record of 50 years of successful cures proves it to be a reliable,
    uremarklg how poor the presents were.te Arecur.fn u
    ---Exchan,-e.uP.Il!g p._fifoPH1
    Fre. PodJ"tical Dataqt-u eia eateti ncago
    ..... .... ski led "'ty'.i,'a "h !" 'c mll-tl." b)h l and ski:] diseases ,t life stu, l so if you have
    Co tagious li: ri ',i.,:, I her, Sc.ofel~t, Rheuumismi, Eczeum, ani (old S ror lcer,
    NOTICE OF MANTER'S SALE. or any similar blood trouble, write them fulW for advfee ;nIvit yorit L-se. All corre!potdence is conducted in strict'-st cOlfi-
    B 4. -- ...... tHP1ulSWANT'TO? TO IDECRIEE MIADIE BY THE dence. We make no charge for this service Book on blod ai s i disease free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
    Circuit court..:-econd Judicial Circuit ot
    Florida, ill and for Leon vountv. in chancery -
    sitting, entered Octolber .th. 11014), in a 'ertain .
    -"iH^IH I ~k\ \\ ^.^^ ^181. Jk ^ a~c .; .:. cuu-e entitlh..John i'. Contrell ;11dl l)eeknian l '. more prl.eds, said ':t-t>,,," t ,. ^.<>nd ,)U.:i- rion ,f I'M)2, sl...ll l,,. ii -. 1,-:t],,oi'.: ,.. y
    -le .r.;-..-.. Ilidley, us Tru-tt e ,.mplahitant nd r l tib.it.r and Gic eokran ally or pa rcels, and -id .:t-t ma i te r (i l y- ,' 1 il ( 'se nii ," l, t o t('n \er xto f -, n,,w tll be-fil, t b,." p, r
    .-.. .::- and Florida nln estment copniany. and othofers, hi his nia an L.h:,lf, :ald il -aid -h iFle ttain
    ... ..--- .'- defel ndaint the un, Ier i t.ne l..-i.ster it Chat-cerv i aim to ii-i w h ith u it\ rtl r :v!v4tl tt tou t i" L* ,:1.-- in l Ii :iTC;'o. m-TlI. "'f ,.
    ".e "- r- ..*.0 ,. 'i-,of said court. will <-ell i at ublie a ul (tion, to lth(, only uion r ,u-t ," t I i -l ,t, or r m s .. ill :n|..r; t Th t h )o.,i ., ,. ,.t., t "' i
    Uncle! It I b. *(.. .-t n Shighe:t.- bidder for;calh, before tih court houe of oli.it i r, or ,,\ -rrt.r h, loi l't ,c" inli' ** ** r. n of ;1 -: tt' af ;i l, :i '.
    A 1t-,.- ,.-,i-..>, Il. Wtl. 'l u t, in the thie C it'of t allah :l:s;e, hi th,.wreof .: nilid Ma r:i t .r -I l l('tiv; 1i i at h lrr. -i.l'". lN, I : ,li ..to rt r t wM.r tl l!,,
    .i *.:f t '.* :. ', sahl ot intm.- ate f Fhilll > -rid.i y -n Monda;a e he :ri Smit .h -a>h. u l ;th ;;l,, ,hor h:*i h'-t d. i ii -it "*( e td.. !h, i :i o, ,.! .t ,. t1:':i i
    :-z i- -. -_ ....-.; :-. da of lecemof e r." n lt, I t 12 o'Xloa.k ",.!o'c, all :lockuttther ,f wia h i n i, ,,v o r,-rtif.ii T II tl,,lt,-.; I- 1\1i Tfi ., 1:: Y v.I: bIr. .I. D. 1 ifr r;I.. .
    ; ./ -' -., a 1 -in g u la r t h la undl a n d irm nis e s in s a id d e nekt il, :u m re ,i --ib 4- h -in k tr hi 'o*- .m ",:,)! -
    : .-_e.'.'-'..'.i .- ::-: crt-', t .(- ri ld as follo w t-,-w it: pan% it(. nii (i : teot.1i ih al n do larl. i Yhe:
    !oti i;).-I..


    re m ai k ed: a= (*<)!.: .. "i- i s u "'"!? ) rv :,01~ .... ,\, 1 !-s..,.: ; o "ciu i S., .,-,; ; ,: v,.,.! r :. i/ -i.,l ; .i -i ..,;,t *:lo w -. .' ;' "a- '": i ,i ^ ; .s.,,,,- ,
    "fs d!;;;. i H -( :-l "'-' ., _tilo-t e tr; .;ict a 11 p r.els of ]'l: 41 sitluato 1 l oI )-li be f,, t- ,' fir 1 oi 4,f r1 ; ii t:y i t .- 'tII i .. "1 t "-, I i
    Leon co nlity, *-ttf of Floridia, and 1 particularly if I'ie lid te tor Il:: p .ion of th" ltl' ,.' "
    d,-teribt'd t< follow% hi -w it: tpropertv.r itlh ,...su .h i-lll- h il is ,\ 11V i i ., ,,.* ,.'l.i, '. t :l **, *!,t :- ,. i 12 T h,.tr ...t. .t h
    .--- In tow i hi, -ou tii ra n .e I wezt. the SI. (if the, l ipl:. inal tsI r th.-i i'i ; i i r i A .. .! i. "-. rl !.ii i .. ... $it X !i i r I t ,, "
    the Nteui i l the N ..of th-.-WI,-, la'ing sout l e oi t or .^ o n ', ,, -it !,- ,ll n- i :,n :r'., v* n *.i "i !"".:, .:^ -:'1:;,::; :' *- 1 f
    oltsF",, IP ,iir n ri .. t if au o, I arr,- ha ti-e- ;i t i, if, Va ot :wi; ,.( 1 Vt, i sh:il! it s,:- -i '" *"'"':'.,*;..-
    Uncl Bo 's ~ sliton St ry 1 He F ont out e an su p it eli,'I lla a se A eorii altroaol, of section t14111." ;11 tho kev(.It itht. thic i,;l1 Iih" ;)cf- 1 l'q, 'i c ., ,
    U s nc le(i n0 ;:t tr th .t sli.t,; 1l rl B s :.h r st )iil ii- #r .l h i' !;ier- h li l: k to0,:11t it til""e -.. t.; t l* i .. ,'.', i* ,.'. l''' :" i" th ,,,.,t. ;
    "A n old oI Id to knot ;l i i town dhit \! h. ani::e 2 wtt, stn, .n i : lllt. i e%,ie *<;ilp v" iti I'.. : o ;iti..!.- o i -::I ,.I v i ". i ...
    w henie I w as li vi!n ill d0 1wn1 tior' ia,e to l.f f Le 11.. +lr2, :.il'l lA: ll- ,, :>," I l.:lto l lh- ; '.. -I! vtAt' ,t 'A\':i t. Ln:,lo1 :r1;'.,1 : -i !: lt- l,,tl- "' : +. i,. .: '::ii 'e ':'.
    touch o f tri til,1- li enU H ~lt, Il 01o 2 1. : : '1 .,1 1koa E' it1 IW St kV. -1. in 1 : :!L5 1 :n t e :-- t .**0 r o :
    IrenIarked a !!o f pIt-,SSUl ('ipos th," NW" i f (- ,-th,n ..-.. .. ectio 3i :.-, ai,d !av .r :.,- -b .... a-t i i
    oef su lden f.:,;w i is in t e w t !h ; i e ers. e.-eiti<,i- :rN.lrexly n e.t. i,)r, I l t ;- -I i*,.. .1 .n l l:n:. ':oi 't'fl ; ..,
    of su de int Itim shirp 2 -outh, r:n -1, wiv t. s-ctiou G, i, ;..a r ex t.of u
    'wa s iln ast u w e had uci re:l-y ry-I Snntisl iua, v<,. u ert I narkable h? i '. T o a was, f l ihe e > Y'ba ly ir i ii alsn ;-s ;:i :1ithig ;E ot e tio, l .-i. !t..,> -i 1,, .;....' ,;..,,. ,, ,..- ., "" :. ; i,: ; ,' '" i "' : 1 ;
    tener he ap)r s.ie.d toi Le :1 ltl ,ie t al !,C hina. Che s lie ot-" p o.:, i !, !, for l 1 y- '',iiY I 19. t 1 1.-.12 -rtion 1 l ,r, i r i ,, *, ,.: ,





    L *. ,. i r ri >> ;;' .ionu he IIK DI ^ .;l clln r lie irii... ; *' -\r;..; ;,' ;..r<, .l*':,ii!..,. l. ^ 11 *'IK *'*'**' '**.,.. ., .'.*;*T*.,*;:'
    In n olsD-io nabO t) E .11], t'y ,,t w hAn y o u (' u. t y O il S s *!'t : l',f" o f t \ ll i t';;ll h 'a I n i s u th. r i, i ,. ,- ;. ', .,. .- : "
    t scr utinie .ow nko f h i t at, 4 -m d W tllt, u .I at I,, .I.:i':w : itr; (t i I .! r.l ,tl) c. r : w sl i .i ,, ; i l : l. s( I. 1 i, .
    osely it was mal to aih hit: lege w]'etio baidre ihat "te, o o wd W-i t t.., "-, he i .' ,1 i v',
    '14 w -o Ill 5 ,! --\1.,'"
    in the slightest dhvimt in fr in the a foo-i oI,:. ui;: lltvis ilte e a iIie:,: s 1 lt ii :,1 th:E ".'e < ) ,i:' ", .i" ;, .. .. ;, i", i ,; .. .
    Struth" intoEyes L1 ., ; 11: .. .- .>t t; r i r
    l'i'_'!~~illelllililtr-, I': I\ii mm. l Zl ip Ir.,, rii r. t A, ,o< ,t:,
    "One day in early sprin,- we thadn a n of1 i!,e 'n it 1k... .:"'o "' -
    unusually twv%-re fo l l al ill, eu e n, xt Now. it is t:rr.;!. an p if, settled i,- an l h,,.,. [7. h ." .i ..' : ..
    m morning while dn rivi-g do a tle rlar :1 life of l- p pl ee a t l' al li.i .: t. w ith a friend we t iiaehened to gid t, i k-!-ai-le byf l "lh f, ,s n,. ,(Ad Vh i -. i. !t, tao, I:; 'ula. ... i,-,o ... 1 1%_% t ll *: 1, ... ....... ''
    ter the old fela.w at his gate.. 'Vi, th le eple grah .:,l, If:;.ib-" ;: -ir m i- u in, o t- ut: r ... ..-. ,.... .... ,,
    tUncle Boo,' I said, a 1 Ipren by rcstatces. It is said Ih:l -ia l -,.ea hi- th,,;kli!-,. l;.,,11,C1 11-r";n n
    t "" 'S ....... ..I..... .h""N %\ o! S,'t ]wti : ;*2.
    bad hailstorm we had yStto re:y.. I Teu \eardi ven tne i a s c lose trlrl ;ii i ; k i ; U Ti ; I r 1 i > t 'lln ln0 1 -ll n J 1 > ..... o }i, 1 r
    should y it was, ho repliede. You baby girl in lh 11 ar1hwif in t h '' ,;. tl: c t 1.t --1,L't 1tw, i .,;-- ; : of; '. i.-- I1; ;, t,; "
    Just. ,ghter seed sonme of the stone, hden linesthe wouiro,:i!A.yhopun.h- ti e a t -thilst quanrtr a nd th tut- ; v l C itio. no ,, ..,i-, i t ...:. .,
    r t.eii-1 alow tie 1 )0 f M I-;,l: 0 1, ilIl-.r o o r l :
    i .l.L Com e ow Ii in Illy haqk .yar1d. with h ih. t1 f tl l l radthc e. ,w sn -aid oi icai lslar ,- .a '.r. I ae < .il sl i n i -' ,, .
    :slow bi we're thely I aE sk A. "Bout restriOtiIHis, ia llia ii"ner ( idi, in A i nll %,i.lt n int worhlio- runeflo :. h a r ntl o .. .' t ,.! "' 0 ,l-T .. roAIE...... I 4
    S as big as small water lnatehs,' said he. eral iGrant's 1tpartyi ((tlloiil' vrec scin ;1to4 tlt (ll ao .ollow In fi ecti t >i:te itr i \ -
    "Well, we've caught him in a whppet him when l hie visited the sared edi tint o t starting. point i a i ott. t:\ -ill,.uke.(200) to,,.-e. .. ,.lh-e ...e. o lo- (1S93







    "hc g News TIr is it-efuiuriP:";1 lt i I l ""tt'li glit- at wte e'1eaimen i: i2l. nd1u wt.brnc:stoMoti il ad-t.Mak- i t''t W, HELg I;LA I'E'r- hr ^ .
    at last,' chuckled my friend aIs owetl to- folw... .n at ig uth.n t, alulh:111\,lie r e i e o the s ,or ,u, ,n ti ri, i, t w li t v unde tn r- .. i 01 la '.ter T "
    drove on. 'No. we haven 't,' I groaned. Old People's Eyes nIlhe W I. of -etion 1i2," ect ols 2,:iand 1" :Nl\V n 4t .. .L 'q ti .
    dof llt li-. re"l o," iot I I [ ,--o k w v ti a :.0 r- ,;I\ .i.n-V ri tivt-rt f Pail"'. I 1i" t C's i f "]" "A-1. ..
    'A s usual the old rascal has secured O ten beome illamed and painful. hI' -lomt nhil ti-Olii, raine 7 wv t, sect oln deis. t," i ',- T ." shop and, i> t. rn.c s:. a' o lod did n -- I lT!
    all the advantage of a fine. large lie Hundreds of old people have been mad the, focu t el;", the W'..o, f on -lurr i14 t,,i:. to o and """ b" "":n Ah '.ity u.. "" t. .. '"rt nIt ..." .
    and at the same time has adhered rigid- comfortable by using John R. Dickey's 3i nldt :i laltlr3. ill t he rou-,li Ixid, in r-i io in -ere t- l. .. "
    ly to the truth. Look at that vine.' Olk Rehliable Eye Water. I1, lisabsoluely" in towln hilp .outh, raige -...... se'ton l 7. d a'.- l. "nr .... nt :re- ..i\-- : it t te
    "An e early watermelon vine was fes. reliable--absolutely painless.or Send for lim-hi -e d- te ciees : ,n.L"w i t s, .o a Ind 20, e a"' l ... tt -, .it. t ml e le<- el et l li- l ,'.
    aptooninl the bottom rail of a fence by- circulars or testimonials, or get a bottle il2e; "-, _our- ,.2 -. r an2e 1et eIn L.e t 4 .% Il C I i l da rf li, .t e A., Io.tr) :Ich Hous: th)at td- ,*' 'I t .I oi u
    -- m -- l_ ,_ 1-1 ... In t tl n~ i u ()ll h 7, m~ ,r'an ge 1 \west s (.ti w iliio l tI!,r f i t"ri l vi k, !i-w u (o-iri :I-:l ~ \ ) t e l~ ~ ., 9 ""ie t% l it.- :l ; ~ .,, t l ,, ,.. t
    the roadside, and here and there It was for 25 cents at W eight L & Bro. Dru The u di ed one hal !.iters ofi ide Oi -' .A.iln i. .A ., o_ i er t .\n -Irr: t i e-'.ii ri t ii e hn.ra, t l e .O., h ,.,t f wtI ,Ic t (li ,>....
    Store. The genuine e isalways enclosed thltcerin t islandin, A tlchiora Bay ka, an s tia ;.tt z,-erlo Ixond om4 lorid a. fiotvrod.l -oatA 1,-:4LA4 ull ) -
    Ine on." 2, exceptionall" 'nxuri S hou"e. 'n c^ ,il pol:""li s a .iano <'0 -le .....^ t "t ", s-in nd tini thalit'., t ftli Itenlv sate i Jo i )tI K"l t thi sl, v .i lii "i "i%, .,", -
    studded with minute green pherel in red rtonn "Dog Islanda, f" b-ingetile sau n t land CorVley to central unitlroa0. andi i ..1lhti" nlll 111.int ttle oll- s of tri t" t ti t tl i l o ...... .l,.i ro> .i
    about the size of gooseberries. M y Penjallin L Curti:-.r s by c liarle- lis,h teceitv r oI i 1 eSt lndia Tranl-t uI rll ro:l(l, loiV 'con-ti ltti l !nkrl.. .e, t oue l t. re" 1 '4 uri itf 's .r "n t -., Tana:,tte
    :mth e A p a la c h ic d a L a in d C ( ,m tp a n y b y d ee d l d a (Id t h e -, .. .. -in u'i n.- o. T u rk e \- 1: .: tl hc h e N i ll a id .lti e ut ht o O ll ee < u e l ": 1'h o r- o l e ,lio n d a y th .1 -h
    t rier d(rta c iti e l an .riinual;qt ttllll.lr ii lrO-hi.tilll-| 0 ",1 I I-\.. ._ -; ....l:.
    friend made no comment. e I never tried < -.. .... ... ... the tth day of January l'59. saving and ex- der the e-nrovi-.i., of Clipti r :: L 0- Oi n ". ..,em r, A. .l.,TN t. inhind
    wto ateh l Uncle Bobapi a sgain.-New Or- th...eal zing the serious o is ae-erting theretrc.In--owe--ver.the -oth e-= quar- lora, da e ohe st o For it-u. '"d o libyil U f i'.i "
    tion, eMr. Ilole tulbe aite',a;'d u lo- ter oh theaoutheest quarter, and the soutiittast t,,s i. two or ''. ,npain, uif. F, wi-.\ :,, oe .ot,.en, a ai 'rul jlrt IIompylo u i-;- T" ,-






    leansdp tome-Dmore t giOU tos thke emnter-' reree ""l" ir narter~sot- orl. Fl w ..
    ^?^ di^~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~as thatStri part os thel wenser end of~l amd Island by~ tlad re^ o^ ^^clainnt have laevied ulen and Joinl sel iil ben hedi ahcnyi lni nTes*~~n t.^.. .2^
    Dal emeAen Arabs Par~lo^r. sort lthe condile oarful conotto lmet a en g ^" ive news. or~eor lesrsre ythe ~of thare eurt, aose exoorithciyof Tallanm ssert. t a.etaced~ln- odyh ov.m Am'i aidtrol .lupm :; rt. l.>:l o.- i
    a e n int e ra lly Pa c rlo r. l o.n -4,.. .,ni' .I ,ih t ,in t .. .,., U n ite states G .o\'ernim en t eor lighthouse pu r- ,lurin g the legal I o adrs of sale on i on day the th" o41- Sroo l'i .. ." s .'. '. :
    Ah woman traveler in Egypt ts amaz- les; al-o all that parel o[ land situate on the ,lay at Novemlber. .o. 1).):. the fodowing de- 1100160 OI -1 | l 0 t0 10lAlt. ,TA>TEMENT.
    edl at the dearth of the natives' house- would be ov,,rlooke d. but miii.st be kelt north ide of .aid .Dog I.land in section (2) two, -cribed property of the said Florhian central as ii ..
    as sect ., ...... bl, for should the town_:hip eight (8) .south ralnge four (4) west, Penilnsular Hai'lroad Complany.v.o wit: T'he ril* ---. Made Under Section 35, Chapter 4115, Law,
    hold goods, says a correspondent of the a~nd de.scritel as follows: lBe. inning att astal-e road from Jack.-ouville to Chattah~xx'hee rive of F10rida,(1893. '
    hiaoNw.Teeslitefrtuepopulla'e learIn of it aln autiforl'eigln Out- autthe water edge .a, mcan high tidle. and rnn with brancehes to.l onticello and St. .1ark<. in ]THiEltE,\S, THEl. hnL 3 'LATRE OiF I~l.'l~, -hwn ,t-- anmo- .
    ChiagoNo s. hee i lttl frllt bre k ...... t- -i hle!i like,1 to follow. Thie. thence at right anl~ges to the ihie of the shore ldn t" ro. rgtofw yroln tx uner th Con it o 1 3 f t.e tt .... Co~lleclt t, iit oL .axes e a-ri ed to ttu
    li u&Se the Arab needs little. Htis life u>ltl, torty-aive degrees and nilty-nve nmlnutes dlep2ts. sh,.ps and appurea'nmes--: a!so the rit ll of Fhorida, did pas.s tou Joint Kes olutions proi o'et ( or iq, ca ur', nt y ri'-ir to l4" and t'
    IsI spent out of doors, and hie ican sleep Woulld not fbr'.ive su'h a oll lution of eas,2tfourhundred feet, thence north forty-four rond from Fernaniilna to Cedlur Kers alni froi posing Amliendmni tsr' tI he Constitution of the ..... ,ao ...... I..,."., ,"a ". '',' andt ,
    inl any handy g.utter as peaceably and ..... ............. ......... .--L li' ........ rt ~ way, roih to uca xcddjt h rowi -o lwed tad .i ae f* ot of -tiir ''itlso i n tl lleil e ted i3{ u m wihi acv :itl 1*~', n al, vlc itvi.n
    happily as a (.hild, while u st of .his %Veek y. mlnuate we t, four hundreds and-.forty-seven ect ances. his 2d d-iy of Oetober-, A. 1). 1.1OO. eatch, touse'. that the vtn on_ .id .Ioins R ol-..Ou-. T t l I, .. ,,....,.,,-t, w .it .,h :',:,t. : hol,... ,,m' .tn... '
    meals are eatenl in the open tir. 're Glean nd Po.,bl a Plano. mene .ion, thitine o[ tchrit mea hig ;2-4t Sherifll o WA nt. 4Florida. with thwesa dt~y ereceteupm eirr they Jorillo e "i 1 .. ...... "" -
    ID ORe exceptionally luxllri us house, lt- th1" !1111in" a!1-" poll-- in a;'1I1' ,1- i-"...DO go tide to the |poilit o[f btinling, emtaining seven .--- termine .ld direct that le said Joint it. olutions I,.:.... -n- ..
    C atarrb C an n o t b u over tih t \ ,wou -iv rk writh a cloth w et an 1ogetherl h a ta u r anode "OE L S R S A L .G6e un ira E tio n Lhu No jilr, 1 atel -s -t"e .--
    with" purn'a in' oil." W(,ig, n( rous' wi v th' draplpurtenancetts i.u andantihe reversions and remain- I TNDER AND IlY V.IRTUE"E(F, A DECRE! N.ow, therefore.. I, J lmIn. L, Cr,- ... ..."awfr ,.'c..r- ,General revenuo......... ;,ar.)- 0
    with local applications, as tljey cannot the oil w!hre the woodhvork is very Alrt nar p h, tat nh I.1 te" tu dpr t r etr oittto teS oothereofoeb "" 'l eJ ,^
    reach the seat of the diimseas Catarrh nuch .-oiled. Lat this remlainl two or .ut of "a la nd State of Florida, whieh dieial Circuit of f~lori, a.in and for the rounity, I ientc ta 1' iaulumItly :, I lst 7 ri trl-- "-L
    is a blood or constitutional disease, and -he hor. .hi st f .h dirt. o known and partic'ularlydescribedasiollow~s, Leon, in chlanoery sitting., iup a certain e-, t' GE:NERA lELECTIION ]"IlI(s antd Formi-ture ..... ,L~ 41 'i
    ore ocr tyu ut eme-1pndintg therein, wherein Ehzabeth R. 1kNicol ..~o ul :..Fi.. :-' 4"d ,. .
    anlremedies. Hall's Catanl~ Cure is sot nllh, hi carfulta tto l u i io t uruqet -iiny .ntuestion c n e .ba-erl.D.n -1O, tesiTut-dabhi t h o e. oo aonty hi Tx .....
    tenitrlladasirclon- the estate of ElaP J. Sa-io, are defendants, I hat eA 90 Tuesd ben h s uny ch, Tx... .! i,. ...
    taen interodndly m ndu sracts Hailel'so "Water" tou(h, tilt works inside the piano. In tonhp2south rang e "2. est .ection 19, Icvied upon aud will s.11 at public outcry bef< I Ain't paid to July:L 1 I!.. 7001::! M,- :'..,8


    S e c-,i ,n, _- 2 ., e x vc e ,pt P o t ]lu m b er 1a .L t mi n t ile c o urt h o u .s -.'d o o r in th e 'C it V oS IXaT Hh aD A Y il F- V E M
    OtatrrhCure isnot a quack Imedicine. Use a goot while or a white castiwe lilliardville townsite according to the map sa ot t t hghttder a SIXTI DAY ,F NOVEMBhEL,
    mapfnoradt-ont.-h. he hghe. ..i
    It was prescribed by one o the best soap. Wi)p( dry with a soft cloth and thereof filed in the oilice of the Clerk of Wakulla the 5th day ofl November, A. D. ItK). thesale for the ratification or ion of e sail Joint A
    th-si. o teraiict onpretion of teAts-llYA
    physicians in this country forearm, anod .polish wit soft, old linen or chamois asnd S1,ie idp ot numbers1,lot113 nuri4 1,und11 nIa l he tdu.hllhus tSut..oriingu retIntmtCnsttncut"I, la.
    1 1 4 a n 1eg u l a ri npr aetcrrp a r elon a n d i t uo mo O f t leZ' "U f"r i d,.v i z
    Regular precrption. It composed leather.-L i-s' IIoin .JouraaL in Iilliarlville townsite, aecornling to the map ate, lying and Iwing in the said county ol L i
    is are u arp es rp io It c mp s d-ea he L at .0ART E XV.
    of the best tonics known, combined with thereof filed in the voice of the Clerk of Wakulla and known and dedcrib. d as follows, to-wit: ART LE Xv.lA l.
    the best blood purifiers, acti~g directly -... .. count),; section 21 except plots numbers 149) andNube w 2)o udivso ftees lft
    the best lood purifiers, actg directly hen you cannot sleep for coughing, 1 ll tnita in Number two tof s division of the et hal That the following amendment to the Constitu- i iOil
    on the mucous surfaces."libe perfect h lllalih t0 reacrin ote-southeast quarter of section one (1), towns 1)'tion of the State of -ridab-, b allte ~-i U|U |LIIJI~lHl
    on the mucous surfaces. 'e perfect is hardly necessary that any one mapthereof filed in the offieeof the Clerk of oe hIso 'ruthange1)e,, 1 eto tinofther o-by. ta ..
    combination of the two ingredient is hutellyou tcounht youe td a few aloutystions 27, 2. '.29,30.,31 12, teytyk2) acies, more or hssando
    '5 shuld.ell...t.ou-ned ae -.3-1setlioiiorexeot hehe Statethe"N.E Z7 he Y( ecilrs-ofitieEletet heener
    what produces such wonderful results in umap or" pla-- --;: ,3| .i~ 2 xet h W 1|! h NE \e ty t-q) ce, mrded nD Bo k Z, riean1aD.sNofor- -or rjeli ...-
    ^ ^.~~~~~~D S1 .No,) for.^ ^^~ ^ ^^KS S ^Satlh^^^^^ata.( i"*' or") !(
    doses of Chomberlain's Cough Remedy 'of the NE,; section 2 -exl-ept the NWVE4. -ina or icelatrfti rdle Clie lrkeofh ok ZC rcte 1"*D. rfor rti"cli "'o rjtn'f e ttle" f" Lo ; .'<,,, ;, o"
    curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, to allay the irritation of the throat, and I ntownvihip 2 suth, rane :1 west, eco 2 in tim offi e of the Clerkot th e r t tort h eSta 4 rtiee of h then (ntitutlrne,
    free.mae ...ep -os.ble It is ,-cod. Try it. section ".3 except plot number 1IS in Hilliardl- Ti d a fOcoe.A.D"
    fre. F. J. CHENEEY & Cc. ae I _Y vlkBo dalad -ie townsi te. accordling to the- niap thereof. Tn 1ayo eoea l 'J,, l ;ea0 For sale byWight & Bro. and anlm lil m edi1 ntheheeotilrkof uai onv GEORGEIi. P ERKIN.r. 1 sttlonC40 4. W 9lierm iy natorial District is |)EIT KNtWN.TIf ,T I. .lliiN L. iL\W-
    Props.-, Toledo, O. icine dealer. se ition.e 2 it.5.27,:-.h:ler o ahd : i cll..eal t rM ubasterinchanee om ed of twoor counties, t Ie countle.o; | ford, -cr.tar- of .tate of Ihe .-t i. ,l
    icn elr.seiog1 .252 ,43)ai 1.J( i. A. DmiONa-'. I, .. ... ..of","tdwoo hrr
    Sold by Druggists, price 75e. In township.-1south. range:4 west, sectionsS *O li.i torEf r Compain at. ,- which such district onists, ShallI not tx entirely ida, do here.y ive notice that a
    Halls Family Pillsarethe best. wanted, lia. Fil Share. .- 2.2..... ,,2,:., .,,, a ,.t inant_ .-- irt Ay lly it my GENERAL ELECTION
    .....--- .. Little W.illie. sitting down to tea In township 2 outh. ran c .5 west, section 6;. 04-- PnA- f shall be entitled too c meminer in the House of .... 1 .. .
    that of a charwoman, the traveler with his grandmother, who is just in.town.hill:,south. raSaet2 wet, sections, ;i tate lection, 1900. epresentatives. ine. o. etileli..' ^?in u.. ,. t
    found-a parlor. It was reg;:rdhd as a 7,... ,15,1l,IS..)2.21,:31,:32.:;3. in.Section 2of .in. --tcle until It
    about to cut the cake. Willie (hastily) In township ;; south, rage 3 west, all of this ment following next creafter, anr d shll be a- Noember, A.D. 19tKo, the sth u- ,l
    sort of shrine by Fatima. She had _lGrannie before you cut my piece of towlnshiip."-: COUNTY CLRK -u'S OFFICc. s,-uidlWtui creted one oft j e"a" t
    made it a fetich, devoting to its emlel- n ton a ip:utint south, ran- 4 west. sections 1, October 1 ,IOuK. atoal Disictse as I be dtrud y h SIXTH DAY OFNOV -
    lsiit:lltl inysecudsaecake I want to ask you a question. 2,3 4.15)6:(ilhe i-,of ectioll n,; sections 1) 10." A l)ECNG OF HENOOADM i`egla'ur.
    lishmentall the money she could spare Grannie- Well,dear what is it? ]It. 1-5; theht ileIof17;%O.ctionls; AFAto'ion held thi a, s u( reiti lt
    nd sacrifeing to it even her children's Willie-L want to know if your spec- eptonethundr(o)acre" .eeepts ali'e ordered .a t lso na torsi nd That the followngmendment tothe onsti- si .tr ra i
    wants. The visitor was shown through tackles magilify ? tle N W andthe N E1: section 20, the of are herebty aplointed as Inspectors and Cler of tution of the State oFlodal l anid is hereby Conres of the United tts
    a broken down doorway into a squalid rn i ,mee. al ... diar. ction ")1 bsecoi a. 22,j n4 5' 5. 2-e.- Electionlto? heo Tulay, the Gh da of ar t auu s^?aly, qulb up). tootl^ea *t^ors governorr oft Stutt^ Bre o f lr, l-r
    Grannie-4-Yes, a lhttle. dtar. the vnof the SEi 4 c: S on.....rid th' -.lt N- w. A. 1." andf. .. ..e ete ;ttate.....he, G -rl Eeet r "
    passage, where two rooms at either Willie-Well, then, will you please section .e .29." tion Noistricts of said unty, viz: the first Tuesday aft the firat Mondayin F ia.
    end revealed perspectives of greater tmo w In.towship 3 south. ramn,-,e 5 west. SWY4 of LX .e,-He r.ti CWr A, for ratiication or torneyGenral of c of .rii
    alorbeyond. Children teemed from take them off while you cut my cake? ctio 1, the W o section 12, except 40 eintNo.2 sectors, D F GramlingJ Section25 of A rtillof said Constitutionbe ForTreaurerof s l
    sqlualor beyond. Children teemed from acres.00
    __ ~~~~~In townqtip south, range 2 westte E ul1.0, Griffin bavis; E it .iurray. Clerk. ] and is hereby atnendg so as to re'daA olw: bo u ruednt~u'-' v: ...o
    every entrance.h. the SEiSmnc ts R r 1ion 25 h u hebyJthK uuti of Publntructlion
    every entrance. la~~~Te Thteory. and the of the N EY4and tile N Eli of the N E Frecin NQ3-- Inspdectors, Geo F 88mitho, E --or giluesal rv~ebyte.tt o lrd
    dArried at the ol holi as, "So he regards himself as a senatorl- Yofsection5:.te of the NW of action c inc nylia t Brey rk e l o c g u au n Foro T mmisso-a, Amriiultur of the tte
    dor.a.t.e.nlced.t a14; all of !:ections]15, 16,17 and 18 cxccPt sixty NSandrsnc oW4-Iylett rs WT GU011. mJ Ireitrcantleohe uefunicl, iig r sot-o'l ... ,, ......
    brand new Birmingham lock. Distant al.possibility *?said onepolitician. (60)acres.ection 11 except the Sd of the Lafayete Burney: W H At s oas may eme ne ofthe supreme Cort of thSt
    r i rnamok sat "Undoubtedly"answeredhet, r and except also one hundred anu^cforty ( 140)

    e.athings are in Caro;.9called "fellahet (vulteoehW /,lwayo happe.11net eS h A o r as to a ship canal w.iourt
    e e"Owpttergar), as none but tellunyrWahtoDlr are found e athelofthe"-seioetc nre csto Inspcto', EBppes a.V L e ForSheri otrihl at
    to bepurchasers ao them, butpoor FS tn e _t tho S ap the W of le SER aaiefodGeWe,2.21JonpotheWC Fote T sseor
    Igwtroeansml ieocu-!4;Precinct No 6-- Inspectors, D G Cklaires, 0 a-eftect; Pro ied,.n eer,lThat n 11 hren Frto~mroh, ...
    WUn oless e'ee the of the Nr yseto setion 34 except the SEY4 an-c Pc- nc t B I etors Maery. H Tat the f im. 1 For Clerko r
    to be purchasers of them, but poor Va o~et the eNS:W Vecioand the 4We epof theheS.E w4andandSF.yN Precinct No. 9- -1 inspectors. E X.Mabr'y. ?H That the following amendment l teCdtm o a sesr
    tima's horrors are not yet aulte cata- *-p o"ee -. %of the SW; the W.; of ection 26 excep t heWillis. Alex Ford; T G Rawls, ler. on r te State oflorida be and thesame is For County Treurer.
    S Creditor-I wouldn't ask you for the WN4 (of they, excepte int No. 10--nspecto. wMoore, hereby agreed to sh all be su rountSunndet of Pubic
    84 V-0n-T. r.hiiA-. +h ER Johnsnn.St eve Powell; Elijh Johnson .rk l adlm -a ft hi. t rt


    ;OCTOBL 2J,


















    standing in a money chest. Around the
    central figure is stamped Jackson's ex-
    pression. "I take the responsibility,"
    which 'arose out of his controversies
    .with the bank.
    When this die was made, the prede.
    cessors of the present company not
    only manufactured. copper wire, but
    also made a special feature of copper
    coins, chiefly for South American coun.
    tries and for private business firms
    which made a practice of issuing their
    own copper coins to be redeemed by
    them afterward. During the civil war
    and just preceding it many private cor-.
    porations issued tokens which cireu-
    lated as pepnies, and some of them are-
    now worth a great many times their
    original value to collectors.-New York
    Sun.


    Patid Him Debt.
    When Joe Chamberlain entered the
    house of collloius., he was anxious to
    try his cr:PItorical powers. A certain
    strngthensthe female organs and ding politiia, who was piloting a
    orates weakened functions. For every ll 1 t*0ou the house, was approached
    female ill or weakness it is the best by oue of Mr.. Chamberlain's friends,
    medicine made. Ask your druggist for who said:
    $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui, and takeno "Chamiberlaiu would like to speak on
    substitute under any circumstances. the bill. ( .n you give himi a chance?"
    Mrs Ewin Cass Goramer. M c. "When I "VWell, yo;l know, I think it would
    nmcdusncitintoCardulwashadly able not do. le' a new tulember, and n O-
    to,!kacmoss the house. Two weeks ter I walked ,
    hlf a le &ad pckcd strawberries. hen my bod.iy knows what the dickens he might
    odher child wa borl I tuffCred with labor p i 24 sa.%.'
    hours, andhadto raise him on a boi eeause I d Tie wet o. Chamberlain gained
    no milk. After using the Vine during prmcy i we o. Chamberlain gained
    thistimin.Iaavebir5mthlastinotooa babyirLaid grofind-bel-caii a lower in parlia-
    w;in Lbor only two bou, mwth b.ut inl-vi.
    an-i-ave plenty of milk. Forahid a improve. n(put. Tlheh lolling P UitiCiaUl, on the
    mcatinmyhealthithank God andWine Cardui" -contrary, had In!'le a series of blunders
    For advice ina cs requiring special directioas, -
    s, giving symptoms. "The Ladies' Advisory Do not get scared if your heart
    eparent."TheCha, troubles you. Most likely you suffer
    tanoota Mcdicine Co..y
    Cbmtanoo.:I Tenn. from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
    digests what you cat and gives the worn
    lip out stomach perfect rest. It is the only
    j ,\^ preparation known that completely di-
    1 I guestss all classes of foods; that is why it,
    cures the worst cases of indigestion and
    S- stomach trouble after everything else
    has failed. It may be taken in all con-
    ditions and cannot help but do you good.
    -- ..- All Dealers.
    b;igte V rt -. .hi.ih lli.(l illlp l'Pi'd( his pln.ilio1. All
    I "m qurt-wci; :v .'.i;' ; :ait 11here are election w:"s iiliillellt. ForgettinIg his
    o!bjc.-iOii o !.,o i;;:i t:. i l I trop- previiOl, s i'o"i'r)1,, hie (Iii, :hl that if he
    its. \\h lln Ith! :' .. i-.' ..1 ll'. re is 0:ouil gel Mr:. C(hainierl1,.:1tii ho speak for
    lith, l) iing <- i ii vwai-r. him hw ,8ih; si ;i;.i.;i ln his position.
    1 v: ill not di: .. :i i -. :.i'i of lie. t" .- -. r"" ;i-. ; !i t t he ri.ht lion-
    1 !, tit. ., t! : 6
    ni:..;2,t u!; *. .. .;. T. .h, -':, I '-i 2 -,.; .,r ..i:,ily r<>'V ved .hiui

    ilg.e waitTr ;;.-, ;. :. ,. i :. O (o i- "ev"il. yo;iin kow. I tlhii!; it would
    :'>sNsilig il :,. .- ni,, is. ):l. .< ot 10 o. i 11 a iflln ,w Iimnini)er. and 110-
    1tul ii!1. 1-Stlis. ;:31! if y)iL h.lt- ever ldy knows what the (ie;keus 1 might
    fallen lntlt'eP its Pi)%O'-r Voi \wiil always saY!"
    think thai e\vry ite,-''!-ir' ii iig ill sueliis
    is a ulallifest.latil of wlge \w:ter. C- hinese Porcelain.
    I reliitimber on 11oe c(;C-sio(i when on Chinese pi-.rcel:ai;ii was common iu
    board a uioorid hutlk. uot a hos.,ital Eunrop). for -1') years Iefor.' -i Geriuma


    It Happened in a Drug Store.
    S"One day last winter a: lady canm to
    my drug store and asked for a hrand of
    cough medicine that I did not have in
    stock." says Mr. C. R. Grandin. the pop-
    ular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. "She
    was disappointed and wanted to know
    what cough preparation I could recom-
    mend. I said to her that I could freely
    recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
    edy and that she could take a bottle of
    the remedy. and after giving it a fair
    trial if she did not find it worth the
    money to bring back the bottle and I
    would refund the price paid. In the
    course of a day or two the lad, cam"
    back in company with a friend in, need
    of a cougl medicine and advised her to1
    buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
    Remedy. I consider that a very go(,i4
    recommendation for the remedy.' It i,'
    for sale by Wight & Bro. and all inedi
    cine dealers.
    ship, smelling in the r- ";!'i:i some-
    thing tmhat called for Ueniiolin. so I
    mentioned it. "(Oh," .said imy coim-
    pauions, more under the sway of bilge
    water than I was. frohli thlir g:r'ater
    S knowledge of its power, "i's o48!y our
    bilge water." In the iiorning- v.W' foudii
    it was the rotting c:-1.-ass of ian ele-
    phant that had flolIted down the river-
    and now hung in the i oorinlg ehaiu.
    After a considerable time was s!ilit
    in getting rid of the carcass I sail.
    "For goodness' sake. gentlemen, -;ir
    Up your bilge water. and let the sinells
    fight it out tog-ether while we go
    ashore for a spell." "No," said my
    companions. terror stricken at the sug-
    gestion. "You do not know our bilg(,
    water when its back'sOup. It would
    stretch you if you were half wnr

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

    across Africa. This elephant is :--
    lavender water to it."
    This was a more dreadful bilge water
    than a hospital ship wou', have. Still.
    though bad, bilge water is not neces-
    sarily fatal under proper management.
    -Chambers' Journal.


    A Historei Die.
    On the desk of the secretary of ona
    of the oldest copper manufacturing
    firms in this city is a steel die which
    has served as a paperweight for 35
    years, and the coins struck off by it are
    now, for the most part, in the hands of
    collectors. This die was used for strik-
    ing copper tokens which symbolized
    the contest between President Andrew
    Jackson and the old United States bank
    f 1r .1.:i0 l-.ln I s 41 nos rus fim.netwfdts


    potl'r su n dlC-,hd-( in B lili*.il out the'
    prces'(s of iiiakinig it. This .Chinesew
    pottery is seC:t!Ired all over the world
    and everywhere valued. but nowhere
    was the distribution more curious than
    in western C'anada. Early in the nine-
    teenih century ai Chinese junk was cast
    aw:iy on the lPa':ific coast of America
    just south of Vancouver island, and its
    cargo of willow pattern plates fell into
    the hands of the Hudson Bay compa-.
    ny's officers. Still in the remotest trad-
    ing posts of the fur trader a few fiue
    Specimens remuaip
    Mr. HI. A. Pass. Bowman. Ga.. writes:
    One of imy children was very deli-
    eat(. ,,nl \ve e (1i paired of raising it. For
    .nor.thi nI3y wife and I could hardly get
    i niigi't- rest until we bean the use of
    P. t's Cinari ins.tive. We f1 und great re-
    .ef frmIu t lie first bottle." Pilts' Car-
    inin;:tive a-its promptly anid cureis per
    in.iertrlIv. It is p!t assian to the taste.
    * .< i- t're-fr'uii i)'jurilus drugs and chiemi-
    * il


    It Trui'rtulel tlhe Custonmer.
    "A fuiinny thing occurred here the
    other (:.vy." .said a barber as lie was
    puttin. the -ii;iishing touches on a hair
    cut. "A fellow cam(iie in to be shaved
    who was somewhat under the influ-
    ence of intoxicants. He took his place
    in the chair. !;!ad all proce('ed well till
    I had slh:Ived ione side of his face, when
    Ie stopped mi. /.
    "'IHold on.' Ihe eried. 'I want this
    thing 'splained.'
    "I asked him whli;i was the matter,
    and he replied: 'There's a fly on my
    cheek, and you have shaved the lather
    and whiskers off. but the fly didn't
    move. Now, what's the mazzer with
    him?'
    "I told him there was no fly on him,
    but he pointed to the mirror and said:
    'You think I can't see him. I ain't so
    drunk that I can't see a fly.'
    "I turned to the glass, and there
    stood the fly on the mirror and in such
    a position that from my customer's
    ,ange of vision it seemed to be on his
    cheek. He afterward said that lie had
    felt that fly tickling him all the time
    and wondered how I could shave un-
    der it and not cut its legs off."-London
    Tit-Bits.
    I Wants a Diagram.
    "That Fuddlethwait girl makes the
    flattest remarks of anybody I ever
    ,aw. i And people Inaugh at them too.
    I cant understand it. It must be be-
    cause she has money."
    "What's she been saying now?"
    "I was telling her the oilier evening
    that ny parents had 13 children."
    S"y4s."
    "Well, she looked at me awhile and
    said, .'Oh, are you the thirteenth?' Then
    everybody snickered. Now. will you
    kindly tell me what there was funny
    tabouf that?"-Chicago Timeis-Herald.


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    Healthy Momers
    Few mothers are healthy, because
    their duties are so exacting. The anxiety
    of pregnancy, the shock of childbirth,
    and the care of young children, are
    severe trials on any woman. But with
    Wine of Cardui within her grasp, every
    mother-every woman in the land-can
    pay the debt of personal health she
    owes her loved ones. Do you want
    robust health with all its privileges and
    pleasures? Wine of Cardui will give It
    to you.


    ] Tl e 1 e Tnome ins t('o A O. M! Do NNEl.I. As-i.taint Giner;i Il'-6ilge(-r Agent, .lJak-onville, Fla.
    Nov. 6 119 The Western Assu- E
    rance Co 3 f5
    12:j The Manchester Insu .
    Nov. 8 121 London asire, .iabele, Tallahasse4e & Georgia R. B

    ov. 1I. J l I y Merchant : :; PAS NGER SC1HELULES EFlFE(CTIVE SEPT. :I. IHN).
    Nov. 14 124 1 J Ric-hardson & Co w 5o ;) -__- --
    I.S H J Richardson & Co M ,,- )WN KEAI> .UP.
    SH J Richardson & Co : --
    Nov. 17 '27 Henry Johnson Nov, 899- 75, *
    Ilx J C Spencer .2 2 75| l '
    Nov. 21 1U Thoinmi Smith oct l, 1899 :4 I 4 ) ATIN S
    Nov. 2t2 !:31 Duval Jackoni ; TAIONS
    1:{1 SA Jonnes i" on i 1 ;It i | SI l
    Nov. 27 1:1 Max Flatauer 33 ; 4 xr
    1;:; George Winn ; Novl,712!. 2 3-1 38 ] -
    Nov. 21) 134 Penn Mutual Life In- 1 -.z -
    suranee Co Life Insurance Oct 1,189" :n- S ) A o A. .. A. t.1.
    135 John Slneed I iquor Ilealer 5)4) (1X) 2 4t)0A)4) .. .. I
    135 John Sneed Pooluor abler ,, 2-5 14 2 ........ .........* ...... .11 5 0 .V.Carrabelle .. 0 9 40 .............. ....
    fi ^ nK ow. (aIr '- :: N o ;N> :... ..).. ....fl 1 r 14; .O.. ...La.nark. 5 f19 41>.... ........ .... ......
    1:X, Alex Jacobs Liquor Dealer. 04 ...)............................. 1.. i .......................
    ]15 J ll 5 4 ... 2... ... ..... ........... ..... 11 :1213.2 ... Melntyre.... 1:3 5 2 .. ....... .... ...........
    Pee. 1 139 Richard Mann Merchant Decl,il9 5I00 4) o O ...... ...... 11: 15.0 .... 'urtis Mill.... 1.- 9 20 .... .... ... ...........
    Dee. 4 ]40 '1Ihe Acme Brewing Co Brewers m't liq (ct 1,18 .) ......... .. ... 11 .j1'.2 Soplihoppy.... 19 9 1 .... ...... ...........
    141 The Continental Fire "' II 5 1 21 4 ..... Ashmore... I 21 ..... ...... ... ........
    Insurance Co Fire Insurance1 .2 ) ... .............. 12 12.. ...... Arrani ... 4 .... ..... ...... ........
    142 The German Americain "" ., ...: .... ... ... 12 7. ...Hilliarda ille.... 3 8 i .... ..... ... ......
    Insun ce Co 50 12 :S 40 2 ... rin0 .Hill... 41 1...... .. ...... .......
    143 The enuthern Ins Co ...... ....... 12 .I -..0 ...Tallahasse ... 50 8 ...... ... .. ... ........
    144 The nusylvania In- p. A.M.I....
    .tiranceCeo ,2,5 5'4 )
    145 Gc( P iRaney Lawyer I 0 F. Stop on it at for passenger.
    I4; Drft R. 8hiu IDentist 14) o Connections- t Tallabhasse with trains on S A. L. At Carrabelle with Apalachicols
    147 D)r WE Lewis "' 10 14 5 () steamers. At A alachicola with (hattahbooehee River Steamers.
    1ee. .5 14S vobert Munro Op, ra House Decl.lb.i9 X o.12 U. S. Mail St mer Cirescent City will leave Aimlachicola daily at 6:30 a. r Returning
    149 Evrett Clack Merchant 1 25 veavCarrabefled ily. 110l a. in. F. W. ARMlTRONG. Gen. Pass.Agt., Tallahassee, Fla.
    Dec. 8 150 Steven Maynard liestaurauit Oct 1,189 2 5
    Dec. 14 151 Miss A E4 Gallie Milliner ." o ) -----
    152 Miss FlorenceGenovar .. :3 4 1) 15A ) -
    T.)3 rhe Ieon Hotel Co Hotel ..... -4 1: j! CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
    Dec. 16- 154 J D Miller Merchant N'v ,1S99 ;" 275 I" :, _________
    )Dec 19) 155 SAMarcu'. Liquor Dealer Octi, Ibi.) .* K io 414)
    Dec. 28S 15t; Eddie Nathans Merchant Novl1899 2 7" 1 38 il
    Dec. 29) 1-57 Roberts, Crawford, II
    Washer & Co Horses & mules DecllS 2501 12 W o
    Dec, 2).8 1 J C blontford Merchant o 1,19c 9 i" 1 .rr
    Void 151 ........................ ..... ........ .. ........ I- "' I':m ." m$R..m i qra irm -


    THE WEEKLY TA LA TTA381I4AN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1900.


    STATEM ENT 8, -7 -E1o & S i Mer-chant Jan 1.. 2 1
    b-,h 8 JohnLR Non "vi 18
    lM'eh 8 IKd J Con e O ct | Hut 30 5011
    f M'chl6 184 HG l.ewi ... (I 150
    Of Occupational Licenses Issued from the Office of the County Judge or M'chi7 is The N rtnm Assu- tura
    ranee 430 J ii." n~ raii,.c .
    M'ch21 i I TP1itriei nd Mt-han2 ....
    Leon County, from October 1, 1899, to October 1, 1900. 'h2 J. H Va i 3 on I 50o
    V' A h22 1lS I'TChris .. 3 (l 1 So
    M'ch28 189 DrAM Mni..ng.. 3 (0 1o50
    -- .-.. .. April 3 19 1 Robert ch ,! :(0 w1 1
    For What Period. I 1AA91 II Joe IPope qhjl IIls! '"o (: 156
    ;nForWhaot Amount April 13 11 Joe o 1 ng l
    Date. No To WhomIssued. ifi Ao1t 1" 51 April23 1 d : Al* 1.
    j I Business. From To | State. County. Alffl M J -tAi 1.iO A
    pril 26 19t Sam Elli Jr l .. 0 1 -)75
    Oct. 1 D B Meinniss. Jr Merchant Oct1,18M9 OctI. 10) 818 00 $9 0 May 4 l JoIhn W le~iou Lawvr T I. :; 0 I .50
    2 J W Collins ,, l )og) .4 ; AI.4 John C lRer u '- ""1o0) 500
    3 WAPapvy& Co Merchants .: <8o 1 J4 May 10 IO mo J IJone :, t ., 5 :;o 50
    4 Markhami & ('ogswell ', ":' o 1 *' May s1; ui The CabT e Cl*amtn, "Co(3 :rli 2 125
    5 itV K -chrader Druggist 04) 4 May 17 Gi Lowry & I rker ""15 S
    I J R Cohen Merchant 1 (tK ) I J June 1 % r t in Pr:d .ine 1.,(, 41 0(
    7 Boxhorn .. () 150 June 5 ,'- E tri nd "- 1
    T BIByvrd HIwo 4 July 2 i4 H iMayn I 'lvli7'A) 75
    I)Ball & emilly Merchants 12 4) Aug. S 5 ain ,
    10 Bon.d & Wight .JIruggists 124 0(o ( O spt. 1 L; .h'ln n4i r ll ""
    I II N Swcctling Jeweler "' 14) :i (MI Selt 12 -it Rus Gar r .-. .. :
    1: J Diamond Merdhant "' 1.5 4)1 7 5 4)
    13; Tallahasee Raeket Co Mechiants 1 ( (N 3 00 STATE OF FLORIDA,
    14 Tallahhassee City Drug LEON C UNTYV.
    Store Druggists 6 6O ) :P 4) 1 I. It. A. W hitfhi-l. 4 0 tli h .J- wl e in a;; f+ :-otit-. -,il1:x\- ..1 ::C foro.hi. erily that the
    15 The Red Grctcery Co Merchants '3 () 1 .I I a) bve T:iI lat- i L:tclne is at 1rrlxlii i .ii :i Wil'o I th t l-V
    IHi W it V ;is. M er.-hant IS < 1 4 9 K taille. '> 1 '7'VIfRandolph & Co Merchants 9 1) 1 T1 I 4 tiwith the duration anld.tI e. r- lys t ,(if iul r 1... t t, r 1. ther
    Is F W C la rk .Je wele r 4 ; {40 0) 3 I N( ). A..t ,u h .
    lil E II Alford Merchtant 1" 2 00o 4; IMJ (otunltv. A. A. ilTrFI Fr i .
    2. *1. F ill 3' :. 0 1' 1 5 Done thi., 24th lay o toer, 1114 C n Flri .
    "! 'lalliha-see Itacket
    (i livCCry <.o Merchants t0 :
    V oid 21: ...... .......... .......... ... .. .... .......
    24 .1J HRichardil.soi .Merchant 0- i5 L15 C Alcio :0h 1NCHES TE
    F:A. F ,rieurv 3'N i)M 1 5 4
    2. Daniel Wigins ":; 4t 1 *6
    30LCYaeger Pi00ri1e4)
    i t4." "" lx I R
    irJn 1) C f'a1gur 'il. C 11: Na .-) STORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHE
    : MiN s lhl Allen.. : 41 ) 1 .54
    3. 1 A" :' ;; ^^ I :54 7M 1f
    ST 1 in \ -ouI lh ke12) M 0Ilk Ii 3O
    (; ct 2(;ilol il(e .M l'i-ilh;s tt :; (M i 1 'ist on
    OCt. 2 : A i ,, ( 1 stpon having m, taJ.- no others and you will gei the beet shells that money can buy.
    (e J s uir, \i8Al liah,- :: 4 i : ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
    (let. :3 11 i 'tia1 .iagrcc ": oin I ii" :; 1. ... v .. .v.. .. ... .
    i i)t lll %klfo l :; Oct. 43 6 (itGe "e \\Walker :; MI 1 _
    45 "ii""oro" C .i co i.. :0 (( 5 OOE A S TF A CT SHI OO-1V I PAN.
    ()et. 1 4<, (; \Willialms Drug-gist 8( W X ..
    I(tI. 1; 4. I .n1unr Mern-lant 12 12 I l SAVANNANE.)
    xtt. i \il- Oct. i -i Sotn atrn T](-!I|iNhoO) 5
    '( hii-Lr ti'tiin L'o Teleph.onet i ) (
    i7 Taihlal.a-te VWater
    WoSiik. (", Water "" :l) Fir 2 i r
    51 C( i:t:i iity Light k
    Fuel 4',, (;i.a. -;), 1
    52 *< 0 ,, Meic:.aut....: 00 ) i.. 1, .
    7) ,11 l; l ll,,- \ lh'lr .... ;

    : I1 s '" li, els "a : 1( -.. f-." -3 f .-/O
    ;, N : l-iua .ai s a ,and- i -- 1
    )4t. I A a' ir.s1- ,n (o :; 8 I .' -> S ---
    :.& it LC ," 7) I) 2 7.h
    C4)t. 1N 1 It Kc:iv .)eli,:t' llt :. 4n 1 7j)
    tt 11 t .9 I t 1 i. W ll(,I l:iwvyer 1 0 -, 1fi
    ( I( .* .W 1 a iV I N, )rI -I )-. a-' --3 ----
    6,,.1.% IA:, 2 ur



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    iW i'311 llC>iir il ,( 2 2l .
    F1 2 i+hi Fire lius-u


    4l l i -i .l r :h o
    "fl "7'h .ikutcr VFiire Fire II- .- ,, ..... .

    ti2 li FBrrell rc ahalit ,. -.: ) 1 I I i i h
    Oct. 12 7; nih rl.n ;i Fire linur- ,, Fr 3 3 i trJhn a Y.' lo ,rl li c
    lince Co Fire insurance .- ,, k t N. : ...i- k ie- -. -,) t wi \Y,: 1 )r I thiE
    .4 .9 9 \alters Mlrel ihait .: 414) i .,r 1,. u i, l34
    I7.- W ( "t'lly I lFer ,ta le ...2 4W 12 *ll)i
    Oct. 1 3 n v' aiinet ; rtcha't F ire l heu E!,- -, t-r ertie toHv r l i ,n 1 .
    O c t 1 7 n I a l e- 1n l cl I r 'm 4m i r ni. a i < e l b -- 7 l t cr r c r v a t io n o r C i o(
    o. Ed linli-ni I' :n t) I 94 E. I IIT4) To l .st? M.mnii r. j WAI, 'II Ii. VK1s. 4ei.i Art. Trnic l ept.,
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    rad s. BV. R. bchrader
    "--..tlania on Monday last for a

    BOn. T. L. Clarke wasinrtb city
    On lueday on Lusintsa- befee the 8-

    The friends of ]Ms. I. I. fiHandiWil
    rehret to bear of her recent severe illness
    at her home near Milford. From last
    accouts we are glad to state that she is
    j3rovingdsowly. ,
    At this Season of the year there are
    always many deaths, particularly among,
    dairen, from summer eomplaint-
    dxricea, dysentery, cholera morbul
    cramps. etc., and every one ought tp.
    know that a bure and speedy cure can
    emly be obtained by taking Perry
    DveSb' Pain-Killer in sweetened water
    every half hour. It never fails. Avoid
    mibtitutes. there is but one Pain-Killer,
    Perry Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
    1rs. B. McCaa and her daughter,
    lUs Mlary, came up from Jacksonville
    Sunaay, and are registered -at the Leon.
    We rpet to state that the purpose of
    her tit iM to pack and ship her house-
    hold goods to Jacksonville, where Mr.
    McCaa is at present located.
    Every day many wagons pass down
    Munroe street on their way to the coast
    fisheries. We notice several large par--
    ties, including the ladies of the family,
    going down, for an outing. The Flor-
    ida cast is a great resource to the farm-
    ers of Thomas county and the adjoining
    counties of Georgia.
    Bright's Disease.


    Bigh living, intemperance, exposure
    and many other things bring on Bright's
    disease. Foley's Kidney Cure will pre-
    vent Bright's disease and all other kid-
    mey or bladder disorders if taken in
    time. Take nothing else. Wight &
    Bro.
    Mr. Overton Bernard of the firm of J.
    T. Beinard & S(n, started to go down
    into Liberty county, on a business trip
    this week,-but found the streams all so
    high tLat he was obliged toretuin home.
    Mrs. Macon, of Greenville, Fla.. who
    was here on a visit to her daughter,
    Mrs. Eugene Dickey, was very unex-
    Ir,cttdly called to the bedside of her
    bon who wab reported very ill at Drif-
    ton.
    The Appetite of a Goat
    Is envitd by all poor dyspeptics whose
    Stcnivchs nr.d Liver areout o f order. All
    tuclh lhouid know Ilhat Dr. King's New
    Life Pills, the wonderful Sttmac-h and
    Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe-
    tite, ourd digesti.n and a regular
    bcdily -al-it that. insures perfect lihealthi
    ' and gicat efeigy. Onl] 25c at any drug
    store.


    The artrership between Messrs. L
    D. Ball rLd Edwaid Lewis proprietor of
    the Leon Botel has been dissolved and
    Mr, Lew is will be the sole manager of
    that popular hotel during the coming
    season.


    CASTORIA
    For Infants and Children.
    The Kld You Have Always Bought
    Bam the
    .agature of

    Judge John W.,M alone and Statt qt-
    torney Geo. W. .Walker returntefl ast-
    week from Apar chicola, where they
    held the fall term of the Circuit Court
    for Franklin county. They are holding
    court this week at Blountstown.
    a Dotted Swiss and Lace
    ullrtain for Curtains at-J. R.
    l Coben's, are the things
    you need just now, as you are fixing up
    the house for the winter.
    A Card.
    The manufacturers of Banner Salve
    - have authorized the undersigned to
    guarantee it for burns, cuts, spres, ul-
    cers, tetter, eczema and all skin dis-
    ees. Ycu have your money back if it
    doesn't do all it claims. Wight: & Bro.
    Notice.


    If Clyde, Glen and May Miller will
    write to W. V. Forr, Oahalla, Itpd., they
    wal are something to their advantage


    NO pcan
    growwlth-

    out Potash.
    Every blade of

    Grass, every grain

    of Corn, all Fruits


    and Vegetables

    -must havoc it. If


    enough is supplied '

    you can count on a full crop-

    if too little, the growth will be

    "scrubby."
    Send for our books telg all about composition of
    - fertilizers best adapted for all crops. They cost you
    nodung.
    GERMAN KALI WORKS,93 Nassau St., New Yek.

    Judge Geo. P. Raney went to Atlanta
    this week to bring his daughter home.
    J. A. Holliday, Pianos and Organs.
    Headquarters at St. James Hotel. 35 2t
    Hon. Fred. T. Myers left today for
    East and South Florida where he will
    make Eeveral speeches in the interest of
    Tallahassee.
    See real Estate Bargains in the Real
    Estate Column for rare opportunies of
    buying property seldom ever found on
    the market.
    English Luncheon Sausage in Tomato
    Sauce, try a package, they are tine, at
    People's Grocery, Chax. F. Cogswell,
    proprietor.
    Mr. %oses Macon. of Greenville,
    brother of Mys.. Eugene Dickey, of this
    city, was in the city last week paying
    his sister a visit.
    A letter received from Rev. Mr. Me-
    Carty, pastor of the Presbyterian church.
    says that he is much better and if noth-
    ing unfoies-een (c us, that he will he
    home in time to lhod divine services on
    Sunday.
    Mr. Perry M.. Col-n, who resigned
    some time since the position of clerk of
    Levy court to go into the naval stores
    business, was in mie city last week look-
    ijng up land mniatters in the State Land
    Department.
    Miss Mary Coles returned on Friday of
    last week from Meniphi-, Tenn., ac-
    cImpanied by Miss Shirley Long, daugh-
    ter of Rev. N. M. Long, of that city.
    Miss Coles has been spending the sum-
    mer with. Mr. Long aid family, in the
    Ozark Mountains of Miissouri.
    The Gilmore & Davis Co. are hauling
    material to put a large addition to their
    store. The addition will be fifty by
    thirty feet and will be three stories. Th;s
    addition is necessitated by their con-
    stantly increasing business, which, b3
    the way, the senior member of the firm
    attributes largely to persistent advertis-
    ing in the TALLAHASSEEAN.


    To Stop a Cold.
    After exposure or when. you feel a
    cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's
    Boney and Tar. It never fails to stop a
    cold if taken in time. Wight & Bro.

    Capes-Capes for
    Shoulder.
    J. R. Cohen has the most approved
    style in Capes-Boucle, Fur, Feather and
    Cloth. Do not put it off too long before
    making a purchase, as an early and cold
    winter is predicted.

    The Ladies Aid Society, of the Pres-
    byterian church, are having a furnace
    put in to heat that church this winter,
    in place of the unsightly stove, that has
    been used in the past. They contem -
    plate spending several hundred dollars
    on that much needed improvement and
    in the interior decoration of the church,
    -al r I- &b.- --I-. __9!


    33-4t all ot Whiich was raised by the work or
    their society.
    To the Deaf.
    A rich lady, cured of her deaflines and Leon county farmers have -purchased
    noit(s in the head by Dr. Nivholson's a great many mowing machines this
    Artificial Ear Diums, gave $10,00 to his year, in order to save the splendid hay
    Institute, -o that deaf people t unable to crop. This means. we hope, larger oat,
    piocure the Ear Dirumsn m na hbve them crops planted another season; for hav-
    free. Address No. 1296 The icholtson ing the mowing machine, the farmer can
    Institute, 7T0 Eighth Avenue, New save the oats movie economically and
    York. i 14-1y better. Even the negro farmers have
    S. bought a good many mowing machines,
    Miss Blake's Sanitarium, something unusual.
    Next door north of Leon Hotel, open all
    the year. Graduate nurses apd first- Mr. W. B. Crawford returned on Sun
    class accommodations. For paticulars day from, Jacksonville, where-li he went
    apply to last week to represent the West. Florida
    Miss SALLIE E. BLAKE Pipp'r. ~eninary at a meeting of other dele-
    31-6m Tallahlss-.. Fl. gates from various State educational in-
    -- ---. statutes. called for the purpose of organ-
    izing a Florida Inter-collegiate Oratori-
    I cal Association. The Association was
    Dn very successfully organized with Mr.
    SI Crawford selected as its first president.
    e T i An account of the meeting will be found
    G et 7 I n in another column.
    T | Mrs. Perry Holland has again assumed
    Get fat; get nice and plump; charge of the St. Marks hotel, at St.
    Marks. Pleasure seekers and other vis-
    there is safety in plumpness. itors can hereafter expect to find pleas-
    Sant and comfortable accommodations,
    Summer has tried, your when they have occasion to go down
    food-works; winter is dominog there-something much needed in the
    past. While this hotel is run in the in-
    to try your breath-mill Fall terest of the Graham Lumber Comnpay,'
    Sit offers a good chance for sportsmen to
    is the time to brace yourself. get plenty of sport in the surrounding
    But weather is tricky,; look country, both with the gun and line.


    out I Look out for colds espec-


    ially.
    S~ni-t's


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    -TH15 WEEKLY TA LLA HA 8SEEAN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER ^ 1900.


    Essay 'on Life. branded, condemned and sentence
    (By A. Roedale.) to an ignoble death, our bodies to
    Is it not strange and very wrong either cremated, burned to ashes, fo4
    that the hardworking man, the Ia- which privilege one must be rich. I1
    borer, the tiller of the soil, the in- poor, you are consigned beneath thq
    venter, the man who creates all the ground for reptiles and worms slowly
    luxuries for the rich, is always on the to devour you.
    verge of starvation?. Js it not stranger In what a beautiful and glorious
    still that the idler, who enjoys the world we live! flow very mucli
    fruits of other people's hbor and in- we have to be.'thankful for! \V 4
    dustry should shun and show base are nothing and to nothing we reA
    ingratitude to the very persons who turn. ,
    keep and maintain him. Do not Tie parson, the preacher, th4i
    these well known facts argue some- priest, not having the ready gold tq
    thing radically wrong in our present lead ari idle and luxurious life, iil
    social organization. ,It looks, does it order to do sol circulates amon*-
    not, like existing -conditions would the ignorant inhabitants and preache
    furnish to lazy, drunken, improvident, Heaven and Hell' to them. Th4i
    dissolute men the same chance of rank coward who believes in hii
    success that is offered to intelligent, dogmas gives up his filthy lucre tsq
    industrious, frugal, saving and gen- the preacher, who tells him his simu
    rally well behaved people. Under are forgiven and his soul will entel!
    normal conditions, however, the Heaven. All is serene. The preacher
    fittest must always survive, and for dares not tell him that we are simply
    this reason I, for one, shall keep : t a moving plant, whereas the tree is a
    my task until my efforts are crowned stationary plant, each of us existing
    with success. by the laws of nature, and if w(
    But again: Why should I keep at violate the laws of nature, the result*
    my self-imposed task, racking my is annihilation. That is where an4
    brains, straining every., muscle in my why I agree with Herbert Spencer'd
    body with pick and ax and shovel, theory of evolution and dissolution. '


    swinging the mighty sledge hammer
    with one arm, with the other gui ling
    the plow? What's the use? ALi I
    not sentenced to death, condemned
    to die by a so-called All Wise Heav-
    enly Father from the very
    moment the surgeon introduces me
    into this world. I was at once sen-
    tenced to death in a very arbitrary
    aiid unrepublican manner. Never
    was I consulted by the prosecution
    or represented by counsel at the bar
    of judgment, either :is to whether I
    was willing to elnte this world or to
    leave it. No right to advice of coul-
    sel or to selectionn of jurors was
    granted line. I hal! lino voice what-
    ever in any stiL4 o f the pnroceet1iiig.
    I know noti whence 1 :iii'ne or!
    what for, whither I'll o,, or- whi I'll
    do) wien I ,,t'L there. I wis neither
    asked nor illaIowel to I av :tiiv ing
    a10ou1t it. I was not :t Liarlv to lie
    contract, ai d front llbit(i to the xe-
    c tiion of ti'e certain (deallti sentlilt-ce


    Five-eighths for Tallahasee.
    As election day draws nearer, thel
    chances of Jacksonville getting thd
    State Capital decrease daily. Ou4
    prediction of the result is that Talla-s
    hassee will remain the Capital by ait
    least a five-eighths vote; Ocala wil,
    come next with a two-eighths, anti
    St. Augustine and Jacksonville will.
    divide the balance. Paste this ini
    your hat.-Exchange., i


    "You cehr- 're this iimani with imperson-I
    ating ,ln i 1er. "! ,1.>. Vo i"i |:l^n;r.'" .
    "'Trii'l u *!:i!:n, "on In.U-vve f! p. 1 'vfsa -q
    po'e(-o'i:ln. did lc'Y" T'
    "V; 1 he ;s n : t'ie" aioon with
    you. 'lidl In"- A
    'ITe lhinli't o ilnto ;iny ioi"n) your
    he< :c.


    the whole !ro'ececding is a :trce :,ind a j. 1T -
    fraud, tecoriing to both lawv and -
    c o nll u o n se n sel. I_ N_. .. .. ... .
    ..;. tin, iu; prolninin it 1-id e1 l ian
    ;o-iety has placed 1)ol er lime and iyv S -itv-o au i r
    fellows a six-foot, policeman, with a unMstrpaset-l lor luics con'tlnene or "-wial
    s sarroan'itings.. stvih as are not Qin tile market for,
    mighty club ill hi, hands. lie rules ia ;iiketlj. FIor temnins apply errv, if vou want
    the world, all is serene, everybody is to buy. w. W
    safe, society is fully organized and f o. i -C tnge at -am s, "'ereki, ourd
    we are all ha y-alla a y lll of us walk servant's room. It you want a real bargain call
    I1 on J. C. Trice at 'allahas'se-an oiliee. ;
    this planet branded as murderers are *o.~E CITY BUsiNI-Ss Pr(oI'ETIES FiOM
    ----- ... -- one lot to a hole block. from $1.x(NM)to
    -1,'-:t-sj, 0,0, Uio) which arc, saying invtstnjtuts
    ANNi OU NCEM E. now in op-ration 12 per cent. net. Apply tW.
    A ffihkA *1 w. McGrifl:
    For County Commissi.ner: OR SALE CIEAP-O .E-EIGHTH IN-
    I hereby announce my-elf a cia.uidate for .' terest in the tong Grove Lot.
    election as County ('oiniulioner for the 1st Sept. 14, 1898. R. MUNRO.
    Commi-sioner's, ist teCt < f Leon county, and re- -
    sp ewtully a.k the support of all eminocrats at 'O t SALE--My residence o ea sy terms.
    tIl primary to ibe hel.a on the Gth of November (16t-t] R. CAY.
    next. Ifeleete-t I will give to the office my bst O R I T
    service. Very respeciluily, C. iTIL FOR JENT. I
    --OKHRENT.-A tWo-story house. Apply to
    ForCounty Commissioner District No. 4. F Mrs. Sullivan. 3t y 4t
    I hereby announce myself tor re-eleetion as O ET -ivro c c n
    C'onnt toujmi-jioner )or the 41h D iLri(.-t of ORFRENT. ,?Fiveon -t -comern ol
    iotn county, atother Dcrta-4t, primary to be Fvard and Clinton streets. Terms reasonable.
    held on the
  • My idLst service, are kuown to, tle voters o: the ""tOR RENT-Five room cottage furnished or
    county. aud if electedl at said pr:mnaury and ap- L unfurnished. Apply to F. C. Gilmore.


    pointed by the Governor. I promise the isae imn-
    lmartial work along the line of economy, that has
    characterized my eflrts in the past.
    Very re petmuly,
    L. A. ROBEPTS.
    For Constable District No 2.
    To the Democratic Voters of No. 2:
    1 hereby announce myself lor re-election as
    Constable for the Seventh Justices' District of
    Leon 'county. If el-cted I promise the same
    faithful service that 1 have given theoffice for the
    Past tinnrty years. Very truly yours,
    JtRRY BENT.LEY.


    For County Commissioner.
    The many friend, of 'ir. Jonah Britt hereby
    announce him a candid-.te ior County ('Comiis-
    sioner for i 4th 1 District of ir on county, Flor-
    ida, at tlie I *ciifclraMtic primaries to bie hld on
    the Oth of Novembler, A. D 11KM0. We have
    lonu known Vr. Britt. as a consistent Democrat
    and deserving citizen, and are sati-fiole that, if
    lie is appointed to the po-itioii,ll.will rendered.
    icienti services to tie county.
    MANY DE-MOCRATS.


    J. W. Col'ins is headquarters for
    everything in the line of Fancy and
    Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
    of the masses of the people and caters
    to them for the pihrpose of building up
    and holding trade. He also carries
    several other lines in which he main-
    ktains the me epu fa ion. Yg ca
    save money hy caling'on him.


    WANTED.
    ONEST, RELIABLE MEN. WITH OR
    without experience, wanted to travel in
    each State. Salary and expenses. For particu-
    lars address Peerless Tobacco Works, Bedford.
    City. Virginia. 31- Im.

    WHAT WE SELL


    At O.K. Prices


    Hardware
    Glassware,
    Crockeryware,


    Wooden ware,
    'Lamps


    Tinware,,


    Sewing Machines,


    Guns,
    Pistols,


    Ammunition,
    Sporting Goods,
    Farming Implements,
    Belting,
    Mill Supplies,
    Iron,
    Iron Pipe,
    Sugar Pans,
    Cane Mills,
    Lime,
    Cement,
    Plaster,
    Hair,
    BriDk,
    Doors, -


    if -________________


    ft


    MRS.


    positions gi
    sel and trel


    EVERY


    INKIIAM says that irritability indicates disease.
    men who are nervous and snappish are to be
    ied. Their homes are uncomfortable; their dis.
    fw constantly worse. Such women need the coun-
    bmentof a woman who undersAuds the peculiar
    [ /" troubles of her sex.
    MRS. ANN.A E. HALL, of Mill.
    WDA Y dale, Coinn., was all i un down in


    TALKS f T


    your Veget
    more than
    vousness,
    also had nel
    my husband
    thing must|
    I was nearly
    pain. Ha'
    th e wond
    Lydia E. Pi
    etable Co
    performed,
    to try it.
    it and am h
    am cured.
    to all my
    tire. of tell|
    have derivC
    have you a
    my recover
    MRS. EL
    GAN, 18io 10
    Philadelphi
    **DEAR A
    -Three yel
    a sufferer f
    dyspepsia,
    and cross,
    that after i
    bottles of L'
    ham's Vegel
    pleasure in
    interviewed
    complaint.


    health and had complCetev lest
    control of her nerves. She wrote-
    to Mrs. Pinkhamn at Lynn.' Ma.s.,
    for advice. Now she wr-tes:
    I wish to thank vou for what


    [ble Compound has done for me. It has helped me
    ilything else. I suffered for a long time with ner-
    tins in back and limbs and falling of the womb;
    ralgia in my head and could not sleep. I told
    that some-
    e done, for --1


    frantic with 0
    ng read ofo -
    ful cures
    kham's Veg-
    ipound had g
    Determined
    have taken 0
    ppy to say I
    .1I recommend it o
    friends and never -
    ng the benefit I 1
    i from its use. I c
    one to thank for 0
    p. 0
    ,EN FLANA- 0
    puntain St., 00
    Pa., writes: o
    . PINKHAM O0
    sago I was 0
    tom chronic


    I


    ras irritable
    nd can say
    king seven 1 0
    dia E. Pink-
    ible Compound was entirely cured. I take great
    writing this to you and would be pleased to be
    py any one who is afflicted with that distressing
    am very grateful to you."


    There is no end of


    .Old irginia Cherootsg


    * to wast, as there is no finished end to "

    m cut off nd throw away. When you a

    - buy th e Old Virginia Cheroots for .

    five cets, you have more to smoke,

    * and of better quality, than you have *


    U* *
    * when ypu pay fifteen cents for three@0

    *Five cnt cigars.

    Thee hd million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this
    * year. your own dCaler. Price, 3 for 5 cents. i

    XT- m 'UrT


    N. TAYLUO. WX. CHI]


    TAYLOR & CHILD,

    Architects- and Builders.


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    Manufacturers !
    of all kinds ot
    rough and
    dressed lum-
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    ings, stair
    rails, balusters,
    porch columns,
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    Lime and Cemne


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    Furnished.

    All kinds of
    billidings -
    plallnned and
    constructed
    according to
    the latest ap-,
    proved
    mctlhods.


    brackets, mantels. grills, l'ncy 2ale
    d and scroll work of every de,,cri-iption.
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    All orders will receive prompt attention.
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    We Guarantee Our Work to be First-Class in Every Particular.
    Prices Reasonable.


    Office, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air Line, on
    j lot south of county jail.


    Sash, I Phone 87-


    Blinds,
    Shingles,
    Lathes,


    P. O, Box 14-


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