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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: November 8, 1900
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00018
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BSTABLIUll D 1881.
C. TRICE, Publisher and Proprietor.



R 8. 1900.

VOL. XX, NO. 37


t Republicans Sweep the
Entire Country


* Country Thinks It fcre Impor.
tant Than All Other Issues.



Returns from Tuesday's Presiden-
election show that the Republi-
1s swept the country, from Maine
California, and carried all the
btful States.
The Fifty-seventh Congress is
publican by a substantial working
jority, even bigger than the pres-
t one. The Democratic leaders
wednesday night gave up the fight
ly, as the indications showed that
ocracy had received a decided
feat from the hands of the people
the United States.
The New York World and the
w York Herald make the total
toral votes for McKinley 305 and
an 142. They put Kentucky in
1 McKinley column. The New
rk Tribune makes a total of elec-
votes for McKinley 292; Bry-
155. The Times gives McKinley
electoral votes and Bryan 163,
d puts Iebraska and Kentucky in
Democratic column. The Times
says that the next United States
nate will consist of 57 Republicans
d 33 anti-Republicans, making a
publican majority of 24. The
nt Senate consists of 55 Repub-
s and 35 anti-Republicans, mak-
a Republican majority of 16.
e House in the Fifty-seventh Con-
will consist of 202 Republicans
155 anti-Republicans, giving the
publicans a majority of 47. The
y.sixth Congress (the present
) consists of 185 Republicans and
anti-Republicans, making a Re-
lican majority of 18.
The New York Sun table says the
ral vote of States voting for
Kiley is as follows: California,
necticut, 9; Delaware, 3; Illi-
'4; Indiana, 15; lowa; 13; Kan-
10; Maine, 6; Maryland, 8; Mas-
usetts, 15; Michigan, 14; Minne-
9; Nebraska, ; New Hamp-
4; New Jersey, 10; New York,
North Dakota, 3; Ohio, 23; Ore-
n, 4; Pennsylvania, 32; Rhode
nd, 4; South Dakota, 4; Utah, 3;
ermont, 4; Washington, 4; West
rginia, 6; Wisconsin, 12; Wyom-
g,3. Total, 292.
The States voting for Bryan are
bama, 11; Arkansas, 8; Colorado,
Florida, 4; Georgia, 13; Idaho, 3;
entucky, 13; Louisiana, 8; Mis-
ippi, 9; Missouri, 17; Montana, 3;
evada, 3; North Carolina, 11;
South Carolina, 9; Tennessee, 12;
exas, 15; Virginia, 12. Total, 155.
The New York Journal gives Mc-
iley 292 electoral votes, Bryan
and puts Kentucky in the Dem-
atic column. It gives the follow-
States to McKinley: Kansas,
( ebraska, South Dakota, Utah,
ashington and Wyoming. It
es the House of Representatives,
a ublicans 306 and Democrats 143;
ators, Republicaps, 48; Demo-
,31. The Journal concedes a
of seventeen Republicans in the
oluse and four Senators. It ap.
nI ximates McKinley's plurality iii
ek e State of New York at 150,000.

On Location of Capital.
This morning the Capital League
this city posted the following bul-

"The returns received by the Cap-
League tally in a remarkable
D ner wifh the estimates made by
Executive Committee ten days
o, aid fully justify the assertion
1 nade by them that Tallahassee
would poll more votes than all the
er candidates combined.
"The rural districts, which will give
largest majorities for Tallahassee,
yet to be heard from and these
add a majority to the present
4Dsome plurality.
"Duval's vote which is given at
X,82 should be reduced to its propor-
of the 'vote for Mr. Earle on
regular ticket less than 1,025."
The Jacksonville Metropolis,
hich repehA Lh,..,n *hin. ,mnmin.


Tallahassee's vote to much larger
proportions than that above.
Florida of course is solil for Bry-
an, Jennings and all the other Dem-
ocratic' nominees.
Leon County.
All the returns from the county
are not in yet, but enough is known
to show the result for Colnty Com.
nissioners, which is as follows:
E. C. Smith. 869; J. A. Andrews,
398; W. J. Johnson, 444; W. L.
Moor, 769; W. D. Stoutamnire, 398;
Jonah Britt, 318; L. A. Roberts, 130;
L. C. Yaeger, 859. There! were no
contests to amount to anything ex-
cept Commissioners, andi as a con-
sequence we are unable t4 get other
figures until the canvass is made.
Leon voted 906 as far; as. heard
from for Tallahassee as the Capital.
Against Constitutional conventionn
634 votes have been reported.
If Jonah Britt contends for it the
indications are there will be another
primary for County Commissioner
in District No. 3, between him and
W. D. Stoutamire. It ia reported
this morning, however :that Britt
will not contest further. In that
event the next Commissioners will
be RI. C. Smith, W. J. Johnson, W.
L. -Moor, W. D. Stoutanire and L.
C. Yaeger.

: Partial Apportionment.
State Superintendent of Educa-
tion Sheats has issued the following
apportionment sheet: Semi-annual
apportionment of the one-mill tax
for 1900. Made November 1, 1900.
Rate per pupil, $0.60. Amount for
apportionment, $46,176.24.

Av. attend-
County. ance of
Baker...... 801
Brevard. .. 776
Calhoun.... 562
Citrus..... 608
Columbia ..2,344
DeSoto.... 1,540
Duval. ....4,744
Escambia... 2,964
Hamilton... 1,384
Hernando.. 481
Hillsboro .. 3,619
Holmes.... 1,240
Jefferson .. 3,067
Lafayette.. 654
Lake..... .1,160
Lee....... 365
Madison.. .2,687
Marion .... 4,409
Monroe.... 8%6
Orange .... 1,873
Osceola.... 647
Pasco...... 867
Polk....... 1,999
Putnam. ..1,693
St. Johns..1,120
Sumter .. 934
Suwannee. 2,245
Walton ....1,578

No apportionment




made to the

other seventeen -counties because
the county superintendents have not
yet filed their annual reports, due in
this office July 15, 1900, and from
which data must be obtained for
basis of apportionment. Respect-
fully, WM. N. SHrATS,
State Superintendent.
Improved Cotton.
Mr. E. N. Mabry, of 1Lake Jack-
son, brought to this office the latter
part of last week some of the finest
cotton we have ever seen. He says
that from one-quarter of: an acre he
gathered seventeen hundred pounds
of seed cotton, and fromthe appear-
ance-of the open bolls brought to this
office we are prepared to believe it.
Instead of being in from four to siu
sections, as the common cotton of
this section, many of these bolls con-
tain nine and ten sections and open as
large as a man's .open hand. It if
certainly the cotton for this section
of country. Mr. Mabry calls it hii
Improved Champion King Cotton
and is selling seed rapidly at $1.50 a
Good Show Coming.
The great Sells & Gray's Unitei
Railroad Shows, Circus, Museum
Menagerie and Hippodrome will ex
hlbit at Tallahassee, Saturday, No
member 10. By agreement with th4
American Pooled League of Ameri
can Showmen, this will be the onli
big show to exhibit in this count,
this year. The finest horses an
this- yer e m-n-l..--,

fore the people by the advocates of
removal and showed them that their
best interest would be conserved by
voting for Tallahassee. There was
no attempt at duplicity, no skillful
dodging of questions raised, but
plain, straightforward, 'honest and
convincing and at the same time ab-
solutely fair discussion of all feat-
ures of the issue. The demagogues
who are using this question for their
personal aggrandisement were ex-
posed in their true attitude and held
up to scorn, while the false state-
ments made by these tricksters con-
cerning the Capital building were
amply refuted.
It was hardly necessary that Tal-
lahassee should send speakers here
to insure that the vote of Hillsbor-
ough county would be cast against
the removal of the Capital-but all
who heard them are glad that they
canie.-Editorial from Tampa Daily
Times Nov. 3.

flyers at Crescent City.
The Crescent City News, a strong d
advocate for removing the State c
Capital to Jacksonville, had the fol-
lowing to say of Hon. Fred. T. My-
ers' speech in that city;
"It is a matter of regret that the
weather was so inclement on Friday
night as to prevent a large number.
of our people from hearing Senator
Myers' ingenious and powerful de-
fense of Tallahassee's claim to con-
tinue as the seat of State govern-
ment. Mr. Myers is a most pleasing
speaker, one who excels in clearness
of argument rather than in studied
flights of rhetoric. His style is that
of the analytically legal which ap-
peals to men's reason rather than
mere persuasive eloquence that ap-
!peals to passions and prejudice, yet
that he could excel in the latter as
well as the former style, was evi-
denced by the manner in .which he
repeated Frank Clark's DeLand pero-
ation about the great dome of the
Capitol catching the first rays of the
morning sun.
"Mr. Myers recited the history of
removal efforts from 1877 to the
present time and sought to prove by
the failure of legislative action on the
subject that there was no partaeular
demand for the removal on the part
of the people. He maintained that
the present efforts upon the part of
certain Jacksonville politicians was
chiefly to secure power for a local
Democratic faction of that city, who
paraded their efforts to secure the
Capital in order to curry favor with
the people. Mr. Myers read from
Jacksonville papers, and from the
utterances of its spellbinders to prove
that their efforts were more in the
interests of political tricksters than
from any desire to benefit the State.
In fact he sought to convict them out
of the words of their own mouth.
The news regrets that it has not the
space to give a full report of Mr.
Myers' two hours' speech, which
held the closest attention of his au-
"There is no doubt that his speech
will result in an increase of votes for
Tallahassee. He made an able,
pleasing argument, treated the advo-
cates of other candidate cities fairly,
and whether Tallahassee wins or not,
our people will not soon forget her
able, scholarly advocate, and the pol.
ished gentleman who is destined
some day to be their Chief Magis-





if Wisrse denied that he was sick s(
thc.i friends had been trying to 1
per-de him to go home and call in t
a pAfcian for some time. f(
1latives residing in Thomasville o
wre. notified, and upon reaching a
here and learning the facts, are said F
to have been considerably exercised
because they were not sent for
The funeral services Saturday s
were conducted by Mr. M. T. Joiner, 1
acoc*ding to the rites of their faith. ,
Two of Mr. Hirts children are re- t
ported to be very low, having been c
so since before his death.
Resolutions of Respect.
WHereas, It has pleased the All- 8
wise Father to take from us our be- 1
loved fellow-member, Mr. Arie Donk i
and, t
Whereas, We, the Platonic De- t
bating Society, mourn the loss of f
this our faithful and devoted mem-
ber and, t
Whereas, The sad news of his
demise having reached us during va-
cation, and this being one of the first
meetings of the society of the new
college year, therefore be it, l
Resolved, That we, the individual
members of the Platonic Debating
Society do hereby express our high
and earnest appreciation of this no-
ble youbig life, now dissolved from
the physical body. That we feel
that his walk among us was an in-
spirttion for the pure, upright and
sincere; that he was an honest and
faithful member of this society, rep-
resented it in public debate and
filled every office within the right of
its members; that our associations
with him both in the society and
among our fellow students upon
every occasion was most happy and
congenial; that his death came as a
blow to each of us for he was our
fellow-student aind our friend; that
his vacant chair in the society re-
minds us of the helplessness of hu.
man hands in that the grim monster
laid claims to and seized this young
life, once blooming with health, in-
spired with ambition and so hopeful
of promise.
We share with the family of our
friend in their .eep felt grief and
a ffict io -u-i -mr"nd .them"t
words of the immortal Apostle-a
hand lesson for us all to learn, but
which may be learned and the same
measure of grace attained unto;
"Not that I speak in respect of want
for I have learned in whatsoever
state I am, therewith to be content.
I know both how to be abased, and
I know how to abound; everywhere
and in all things, I am instructed
both to be full and to be hungry,
both to abound and to suffer need. I
can do all things through Christ
which strengtheth me."
Be it further resolved, That the
society adjourn this regular meeting
out of respect to the memory of Mr.
Donk, and that these resolutions be
spread upon a page set apart in the
society record, and that a copy be
sent to the family of the deceased,
and copies furnished the local paper
for publication.
The regular business was sus-
pended at the meeting Friday and
the society listened to eulogies upon
the life of their dead member by W.
B. Crawford, Asa B. Clark and Paul

Proceedings of Supreme Court.
2QU d .uIi-Ua l i ni: a i -

i Ion tricUK.lanu, piaitii 111 Ier-
State Funds. ror, vs. Louisville & Nashville R. R.
The report of J. B. Whitfield, Co., defendant in error.-Walton
State Treasurer, filed with the Gov- county. Writ of error dismissed for
ernor, shows balances to the credit failure to file abstract of record as
of the several State and educational required by rule 20. D. L. McKin-
funds at the close of business, Octo- non, for plaintiff in error; Daniel
ber 31, 1900, as follows: General Campbell, for defendant in error.
Revenue Fund, $159,421.43; One Minnie Halle et al, appellants, vs.
Mill School Tax Fund, $46,176.24; Jacob R. Einstein, appellee.-Duval
State Board of Health Tax Fund, county. Appeal dismissed for fail-
$942.88; Pension Tax Fund, $42,- ure to file abstract of record as re-
049.48; Tax Certificate Fund, quired by law. R. H. Liggett, for
$7,994.07; Principal of School appellants; Frank W. Pope, for ap-
Fund, $40,595.04; Agricultural pellee.
College Fund, $132.25; Experi- J. E. Robeson, plaintiff in error,
ment Station Fund, $2,728.97; vs. The First National Bank of Or-
White College Morrill Fund, lando, defendant in error.--Orange
$8,412.31; Colored College Morrill county. Judgment reversed. Opin-
Fund, $11,786.64; Station Incidental ion by Justice Carter. Jones &
Fund, $125.31; College Incidental Jones and J. L. Albritton, for plain-
Fund, $85.00; College Mes" Hall tiff in error, Beggs & Palmer, for de-
Fund, $94.65; Interest of School fendant in error.
Fund, $11,040.39; Principal of Semi- William C. Middleton et al, ap-
narv Fund. $105.17: Bonds of 1875. Dellants. vs. The City of St. Augus-

onville, wit|
'he objects (
ercourse, fr
ellowship a"
f its menib
re John Phi
'red. Fairch

The last co
on, just issuW
ment of Agri
owing relatij
crops and citl
with an aver
Sea Island <
85; field pei
beans, 93; sa
nuts, 91; ca
hanas, 112;
trees, 107;
fruit trees, ,
ton, 65; Sea'
cane, 82; fi
velvet beanm
98; peanuts,
114; banana
lemon trees,
mr. f 4uit.


'a capital of $1,000.
f the club are social in-
iternal feeling, good
1 literary advancement
rs. The incorporatprs
nince, John Hooks and
op Figures.
p Bulletin for the aa-
d by the State Depirt-
culture, shows the jol-
'e to the condition and
yield of Florida field
us fruits, as compared
ge: I
-Upland cotton, '5;
stton, 71; sugar .e ie,
s, 87; rice, 89; ve et
reet potatoes, 92; a-
sava, 96; hay, 97; a-
range trees, 97; le on
ime trees, 102; pe
" Yield.-Upland t-
[sland cotton, 70; s a"
Id peas, 89; rice, 3;
131; sweet pota
93; cassava, 120; ay,
,133; orange trees, 49;
116; lime trees, 37;
,eo 100

graperm b K 11V0 Z Js .
Leo i Circuit Court.
The Fall term of Leon Coi
Circuit Cou will open here on
member 26, or which the follow'
jurors have en drawn:
F. E. Cra J. S. Fleming, N
Johnson, Fr k Williams, J. J.
liams, J. D Stoutamire, J. H. "
liams, N. M Isler, W. E. Gray
J. Richards, J. B. Strickland, Jr
B. Geddie, j. J. Williams,
Landrum, ir. F. Oldenberg, B
Meginniss, t'. T. Moore, W. C.
len, R. L. E ans, Robert Gray,
Moore, F. Wilkes, N. Burney
D. Gerrall, E. Whitehead,
Maige, T. J Geddie, Ed Gray,
Lewis and J. Townsend.
A B ver ia Bryan.
There w a wcmau in, Talls
see Tuesda who believed in Bry
chances of ing elected, but al
now glad, rhaps, that she couk
find a McKi leyite who had $S
spare chan about him. She
heard to she wanted to bet
-heDryv te latf irt
noon, and as accused ot jokn
"No, I a not," she declared
want to mtke $50," and she
"the stuff."
There w:s no taker in he.a
distance, ho0vever, and she has!
in all proba ility hugging that
pile ever 4nce the rt-wirns
menced coming in.
-iad Vertigo.




Last Frid
Assistant t
rendered u
of vertigo,
Capitol be
found by fri
Dr. Geo. '
sewed up a
eye and a
after which
gain Tues
desk, in his
good health
A Talh
hasseean, '
pleasure it
enclosed a(
has been tl
parties nai
been trying
years. Th
treatment i
and in hoel
ties, I am i

That "d
was again
ago in the
and a half
and Mrs. B
small even
as bright a
the avera
nesday of
sick and di
only child
ahnost pro

Mrs. Micl
makes the

ay Hon. IH. C. Craw
secretary of State,
conscious by an aw
in the basement of
ilding. He was
rnds, where iv had fI
I. Gwynn was c
plight cut over th-
Iministered restoral
he was carried hom<
Ie was able to
lay and is iow a
usual frame of mini








in a

Iasseean Ad. Did I
[nd, Nov. 1. -Ed. Ila-
allahassee, Fia.-I ke
informing you the the
taken from your paperr
a means of locasing the
ed in the al. I have
to locate then for bhree
during you for "ou4k ind
i sending me the taper
ng me to locate th#qpar-
ours truly, i
Oakalla, Ii d.

Lth loves a shining rk"
manifested a few ays
leath of Bessie, th two
lear-old daughter o0- Mr.
L L.Gregory. Bessi' was
Eor her age, but shi was
a new pin, and for gbove
in intelligence. \Wed-
ast week she was takenn
4d Sunday. She w* the
and the fond parents are
treated with grief. ,
.arkble IReseae.*
el Curtain, Plainfielk Ill.,
catement, that she canUgi
*- _- 3 -- L.


At St. John's Episcopal
Church, this City,


He Recalls Feelingly the Inroads of
Death Upon the Membership.

Following is the all Saint's Ser-
mon delivered at St. John's Episco-
pal Church last Sunday, by the
Rector, Dr. W. H. Carter:
"The last enemy that shall be destroyed ib
death."-l Cor. xv:26.

At the season of All Saints it is
natural that our thoughts should
rest upon those for whom the expe-
rience of earthly life is closed. Not
that I would for a moment intimate
that there are no saints who still
tread in ways of earth, but that, com-
ing as it does at the close of the com-
memoration of illustrious dead, it
seems but fitting that those who have
passed into like existence should have
our special thoughts. We have
loved them, never so deeply as when
we have missed them; we have re-
spected them, never so highly as
since they have left us, and we fol-
low them with a longing and a won-
der which, but for the grace of God,
would become unbearable. We
may have faith, and we trust; we
may have fear, and we doubt; we
may have neither faith nor fear, and
we scoff, but all this cannot change
the expe. ience upon which they have
entered. We long to learn of that
experience. We imagine it. We-
speculate about it, but can not as
yet understand it. Between us and
them there is that transition which is
called death. A transition so need-
lessly feared, so causelessly dreaded.
Death in itself is no more than a
night's sleep; its antecedents and
consequences are important.for alL
our eternity; tAey depend apoin our--
selves and why should we fear or
dread that over which we have con-

As All Saints Day has come to ns

'ofme o .- many '
death; that i; is inevitable, n "
or care -an prevent its coming. At..
the most the approach can only be
delayed; that it is natural, for-
throughout all nature death begins
with life, and living is only the pre-
clude to dying; that it is even desir-
able, for it removes many impedi-
ments, and changes this natural body
into the spiritual. Yet admitting al?
that, it is no less in every instance
an enemy. Neither is this a contra-
diction, for there are conditions 'of
preparedness and defense when the
coming of any enemy, whom we must
meet at some time, would be clearly
desirable. It is hard to define the
influence and power of such an ene-
my; we all admit his dominion,
over the earthly body. We contest
every assault, we dispute every step,
but the end is always the samie--de-
feat and sorrow. It is no wonder
that in a somewhat superficial way
we would limit his power to the body.
Yet there are things we value more
highly than our bodies, and death
ruthlessly attacks them. As soon as
we begin to value life we begin to
have hopes. Fair scenes form be-
fore -the mental vision, and the
efforts of the present are vihtua:ble,
chiefly because through these we hope
to make the imagined scenes a reality,
but as the years pass they die one by
one until the time comes that we .ease
to hope. Is it not a manifestation of
the varied power of our enemy? Or
we have ambitions -perhaps worthy
ones, perhaps not, but in some way
we would be distinguished among
the crowd; it becomes probable; we
almost leach them, when our enemy
carries us away at the very begin-
ning of the possibility of gratified
ambition. Dearer still are the loves
and friendships more valuable than
life; they have come to us as choicest
treasures, and we have willingly
given the best of ourselves in return,
but the enemy kills them; alas! not
the body, that still mocks us with the
memories of dead loves, but human
, faith and trust are dead, and we wil-
t linrlv dare the -eanmv to finish hie











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.*m : .. :, .
alugui Mbig :Grow Ku Hest
i l) f wb.iqnj1j A ifls the last
"M09 'WYUSthlat 1 I Samuel R. Ireland, a 1Ifwyer and M-
kfaMnl' ed -'.ough ; .- i- conteur-by choice the h4tter-of Wash-
" p .uiive faith ington, is response for this str
La ene, .ln ..o.. about a gepial an.l ingenious old pre-
Last year there wa a lonperiod siding elder in tih Methodist Episcopal
dxurng' which our enemy did not Church South who, was a townsman
viit u. In late spring, nearly six AR & ANK1NDROG CO. of l back in r e' n relates the
il1Ontg after All aIn Dy'w a gen I sot recommend Pitt'Cm. New fork.. Tel": :na1;h. When he ait
M0- "after All ain" e-" M, a eI o peared in Mr. Ire end's offices at Wash.!
tleman died who for some years had minative to strongly. I mau my. Ington one d.. the lav.:yr was cordial
made his home with us. Long time I owe my baby's life to it to the old pren her, took h!m to all the
ago I held in connection with my arestly ask all mothers w o Interesting phe, s f the capital and in
other work, the position of principal have idcky or delicate hildr i Jst the evening hal, him to dine at the
of the Orange County Institute a try on bottle ad se wha t" home of a lady in the< lii.eiai circle
large school in the State of New maeslt will be. Respecttally, who would ralher deoiratle her table
York. Among the pupils wasa Mae. LIZZIK MURRAT. with quaint. I nely chl.a:acttcrs than
thepu*apStation.Ga.,with notables. ,Sa-eni was one of.(
young man who. recalled himvlf to Joha s stati.e. with notashes s ),w,, w:i
my eitory, as soon as he came her* the dislies served, and( C old man took
my emory, a soon ashe came here to it with auazinig celer:ty. Put very
to live, and through one of the strange Pt M O i--SWW much at his c-se- hy1 tr. acious ways
incidents of life, it became the mel- OFNa W of his hostess. Ihe askod fc;r ;:nd pol-
ancholy privilege of the teacher, to a M19W, 5 ished off another plateful of the Italian
bury one whom, nearly half a cen- imn tth paste.
tury beforehe had helped to lay the Sighing contentedly as he finished,
tury before, he bad helped to lay the he remarked:
foundations of earthly knowledge, among us, nor was her body brought r mani, you'd tell me what's
kindly and obedient as a scholar, here, yet she was one of our family, the name of that (ish I've just been
honored and respected as a man. and a member of the Guild from its eating."
In late May while a few flowers were organization, she was earnest in "That's spaghetti, older," said the
still lingering after the abundance of every good work, and willing to take hostess, "an Italian dish."
spring, a human blossom, a little her part in it, even at times when it "So?' said the elder. "Well. it's real
seemed beyond her strength. She good, and I wish before I go you'd
FREE BLOOD CURE. died, comforted by a son's presence give me some of the seed. Chances are
near the home of long ago, and is that we can grow the stuff in Ken-
An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers. buried where are gathered the associ- tucky."
Is your blood pure? Are syou ure of nations of her early life. After nearly A Long Batb.
it? Do cuts or scratches heal slowly? A man who Is a lawyer and a Jour-
Does your skin itch or burn? Hav two months I went to the cemetery A man
Pim es? Eruptions? Aching Bones or for the funeral of a boy who had nalist in one of the smaller inland cit-
B ? Eczema? Old Bores? Boils? died several miles out of the citv. ies of Ohio tells of an uncle he has in
crofula? Rheumatism? Foul Breath? On St. John's Day, sorrowing friends the region of Massillon. This relative
Catah? Are you Pale? if so purify Is -one of the pious members of a small
youCatarrhblood atonce with B.B. B. (Botanic carried up the aisle the body of one community and. being possessed of
Blood Balm). It makes the Bldod Pure who a short two years before, had considerable, executive ability, has
and Rich, heals every sore and gives a come over the same way in all the been for more than 20 years the super-
cleaed ses like thy skin. Deep- brightness and happiness of a bride. Intendent of a thrivingg Sunday school.
sores, Painful Swellings, Blood Poison She was truly one of our children; His lwsettir.g sin. if it might b e allcd
are quickly cured by B. B. B., made as- I baptized her;, presented her for con- such. is his )ropensity to exa.zerate
specially for all obstinatA Blood and Skin formation; married heri and said the stories in order to make them interest-
Troubles. B. B. B. is different from comforting words the churchh has for ing to his auditors.
other remedies because B. B. B. drains l moin wSome time ao he was telling his
the Poisons and Humors out of the those who die in the Lord; had she lawyer-journalist nephew of how he
Blood and entiresystem sothesymp'oms lived another week it would have cured himself of the ague. It was sev-
cannot return. 'ive it a trial. It cures been her birthday, but! brighter than eral years ago, and. having tried every
when all else f.l. Thoroughly tested all earthly days is the life upon remedy in vain, he at last consulted an-
for 30 years. Eold at drug stores at $1
per large-bottle, 6 large bottles(full treat- which she has entered. The next
ment). $5. So sufferers may test it, a dy, in the absence of his own min- A Village Blacksmith Saved His Lit-
trial bottle given away absolutely free. iner, I officiated at the burial of a tle Son's Life.
Write for it. Addre*4 BLOOD BALM CO.,
524 itchell Atlanta, Writeto- man who bad long been an invalid, Mr. H. H. Black, the well known vil.
day. Describe trouble and free medical and made a heroic but unavoidable large blacksmith at (Grahamviille, Sulli-
advice given. resistance to our common enemy. van county. N. Y., says: "Our little
T a th nx t t l d sonf five years old, has always been sub-
SI t was the next to the last day of ject to croup, and so bad have the at-
baby boy,.drooped and fell away from October when I again went tothe tacks been that we have feared many
loving clasp to brighten with perpet- cemetery for the burial of the grand. times that he would die. We have had
ual life in the glory of paradise. It father of the boy to whom I have the doctor and used many medicines,
was scarcely a week after when we allude he w at hi andso but Chaberlain's Cough Remedy is
al shocked ate ath v oent e, w e alluded, he was at his grandsons now our sole reliance. It seems to dis
were all shocked at the violent death, funeral and has quickly followed solve the the tough mucous and by giving-
by the hands of another man, of one him; as a whaler he had visited frequeo doses when the croupy symp-
who was well liked both for his own almost every part of the ocean world, tous appear we have found that the
sake and for that, of his family, we toind foSr his body a retin pla dreaded croup is cured before it gets
sake and for that of his family, we to find for his body a resting place settled." There is no danger in giving
have often heard his voice in the among comparative strangers., his remedy for it contains no opium or
choir, though business prevented a Owing to the fact that it was other injurious drug and may be given
regular attendance; the last enemy nearly the middle of December be- as confidently to a babe as to an adult.
made his assault in a startling way fore this annual custom was observed ine de Wght & o. and aler.l med
and left a home cruelly des- last year, the time includes only ten
elated. Early in July -I was months and a half, yet there could old tndn n(gco'd wn1t advised him, he
sent for to bury a man who had scarcely have been a period more morniays to o atclyown to thecreand sieach
lived-a few miles south of the city, marked by contrasts in circumstances in the ccld water up to his chin. He
mwas unable to attend, so the ser- and bonitr tn c ir c mt nc es i th ec w er ui t hi hin H m
I was unable to attend, so the ser- and position. Every age is repre- was to sit there one minute the first
vices were conducted by the seated from infancy to over three morning and then double the time each
Senior Warden. During my absence score years and ten. Every position day for 20 days. The unil a ven< ral4e lady whose home had from the tenderest and most loving followed the prescription and was
ng been in this city, died in Jack- household to the. carelessless which cured.
onville, nt her body was brought wbuld scarcely call itself a home The nephew, wh. haidl0ens to be of a
here for ^-rial. Her name appears Tlje church has 'regard for all, she hlwulolting ht n of milnd. figured out
on the list of communicants in 150, judges none, for the dead must ap-how lol hw uh ca wthe tw set, y dyn his
and ever since she has been a devout pear before their Lord and her p .ord; and faithful member of the parish, fIlis compassion is infinite and she last a few ;-s over six months.-
except for the last few years. She has trusts to His mercy even while ac- Cleveland Lad,'r.
always felt that she belonged here, knowledging His justice.. It is as our .
and hier body rests with those of her lamented poet-bishop ha. said; A Jtnetc or 'm ny carli.en .t
kindred. Almost at the same time, ..'Our Mother, the Church, hath never a child, Altlou:h Coruon d. lined to accept
an interval of two days only inter- To honor before the re-t, fther moi-ls of ;.:I olTered hi.m by the
vening, another colnmiunicant of A tew t be on he r broast; lon saying entered er rest, Al the Bhop goes dwn t hi arrow d of tilE' Tailil';P_ reb(,'ion, yet he con-
As the lloughiman' child is laid, sented to r''i',i' tie yeI'ow ja-ket,
although her death did not occur Anw alike she bls'eth thedark-lirow'd .crf, sentd to licuipe te y1low jacket, a
Andl the chief in his robe arrayd. distinction lmitn d to 12 wearers, wh

... .. ..- ----- She sprinkles the drops of the bright newbirth, constitute tihe impe'rial bodygiurd.
The same on the low and hih, When the )rIsen'lt-tionl of so exalted
d H mnd chri en the earlh within earth stulic: an oriental or:d'r tool: place, there was
OO i UII Oh. the ;oor man's friend is the Church o. Christ, a most reill'ei'krint ceiniony observed
.Hm r From birth to his funeral day:
She make-, him the Lord's in her surpliced arms, by the Cele:; ml grand-ees commission-
It doesn't make any difference wheth- And .ingeth his burial lay." e(l to personally confer the high mark
er you believe in the modern theory Bishop Coxc. of the emperor's favor.
and speak of the causes of diseases as Keep Yourself Strong To Gordon's evident astonishment,
And you will ward off colds, pneumonia, the operation of donning the yellow
referable to germs, microbes or bacilli, fevers and other diea. You need ket its entirety was a onsider-
or whether you use the older and better have pure, rich blood and good diges- able undertaking, for between two
understoodterms of "humo" and tion Hood's araparilla makes the and three hours the great but simple
understood terms of humo andblood rich and pure as no other medi- minded soldier was engaged in putting
"blood diseases Hood's Sarsapa- cine can do. It tones the stomach, ere- on one suit and taking off another until
ates an appetite and invigorates the a most extensive wardrobe had been
rilla cures them all whole system. You will be wise to he- gone through.
It cures scrofula, salt rheum or gin taking it now, for it will keep you It comprised silk dresses, robesack-
eczema, catarrh, rheumatism, malaria strong and well. ets, hats, comprised silk dresses, robes, jack-
and all other blood poisons; nervous Hoo Pills a dles, thumo s rings of jade and neck-
r b o r bloan t d vous tRood's Pillsoares snoerritating. Pricefans .gir-
dlaces for all seasons and occasions. I
troubles, debility and that tired feeling. 25 cents. rr nesfrllowsJa nti occasios
This is not merely modern theory; it The yellow jacket in its actuality
is solid up-to-date fact. was the last item of the r:.iment bear-
A Complieption. Ing its name in which Gordou wa3 ar-
Salt rheum on my hands so severe I had to rs. De : 1nuter-You said you were r m .ch < n waar-
wear gloves most of the time, and could not e It-o said you were rayed.-Pearson's Weekly.
shut my thumb and fncer together. was goilig to be detained at y(,ur otce all
cured by Hood's SarsaPMrla. Mas. A. 0. evening. but you weren't tilere. Now,
"My three months old boy was cured of a Wh re were you? Neer ao.roer
very bad case of scrofula~ Hood's Sarsap- 3r. De Kanter-My dear. there's no their Who are you?-Proverb. /
ia." WM. H. GAR WtEari. Pa. en e in your getting excited. It real- -.. ... .. .. .
Hood s barsaparilla l A TEXAS WONDEK.
Mrs. De Kanter-Why don't you an.
Promises to cure and keeps the prom- swqr my question? Ilall's Great Discovery. -
4se. No substitute for Hood's acts like My. De Kanter--My dear. I woujd -
Hood's-be sure to get Hood's. ans'ver your question if I was sure you onvery cures all kidney and bladder;
wouldn't question my answer.-Phila- troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
delohia Press. seminal emissions, weak and lame~
i backs, rheumatism and all irregularitie-
Craeks In the RanMe. of the kidneys and bladder in both me nv
A Willinur faorenrLa in a -inwm isn taA r l anad wnAn rn. msnf. l&,iai *A.. a _


Money 13 Soiled Linen.
"It is astonishing how careless peo-
pie are about sending clothes to a laun.
dry without first searching them for
money and jewelry," said the manager
of t laundry the other day. "Yester-
day a woman sent a bundle of dresses
here, and in the pocket of one was
$190 In bills. We never search cloth-
ing for valuables. The dresses were
put In the washing machine, soap and
water put in. and after the machine
had.been running half"an hour it was
opened, and the man in charge was as-
tonished to see paper money floating
around on the water. The bills had in
some manner worked out of the pocket
of the dresf, ai:nd. ;tranigei to say. not
one of them w-as t.rn. We ran the
money through tih,' dryI;:g machine
and then irined -ai;h l:.11 carefully.
After we, g::t thlir:;.iuI : wouldd not
have told that tIis mwinreioy l::: ben in a
laundry washi:-. :::cl'.ii-e f..r half an
hour. We snt f;: wx.-m-nn. and
when she anme t: Ihe i ':nry she had
not yet mnis-:(c1d hei'r :'"..-
"Not long ;a o a r.Ia : :t some shirts
to our laundry fC' ;i.i tl lsom of one
of which he. for.'';t to r<':nove a dia-
mond stud vorth $1.~0. Our people did
not see the diamond, and we did not
find it until he called us up and made
known his loss. Then I put my men to
searching, and we ( .:)udl the diamond
In the catch basin in the sewer."-New
York Mail and Express.

Readinr-: Mntter 'Por* tl<- Duke.
There was :n a m:ising incident in
connection with t_' lnlt' Dluke of Edin-
burgh';; Au.rrahlii: itar. ITe accepted
an invitation to v;:;it a wvaiihy squat-
ter, on whi;:(o-e esat, (,exeenuit shooting
was to b1e w aid. The squatter was a
self niad.,; ;.m:;:I. (entiucly unil('ellu l)red
with hook l:'irn'ii;g andi absolutely in-
nocent of reading :'tastes. In making
preparations for tih da:k's visit it was-
suddenly discovered that the furnish-
ing of the library had been completely

T. B. Rice. a prominent druggist of
Greensboro, Ga., writes as follows:
"I have handled Dr. Pitts' Carmina-
tive for eight years, and have never
known of a single instance where it
failed to give perfect satisfaction. Par-
ties who once use it always make per-
manent customers. We sell more of
this article than all the other Carmina-
tives, soothing syrups and co ic drop
combined.' For teething children it
has no equal.
overlooked.. mere was no irle to II)e
lost. and so the squatter sat down and
dispatched the following telegram to
the leading Melb'iourne bookseller:
"Send one ton of books. Immediate
The bookseller was staggered at the
receipt of !uch a wholesale and uncon-
ventional order, but as the signature of
the sender would be honored by any
Melliourne bank on a check for six fig-
ures he kept his staff working on the
job until the small hours of the morn-
ing, and the ton of miscellaneous liter-
ature was happily shelved before the
arrival of the duke.-London Chronicle.
Then She Blunhed.
In the days when the late Countess
of Dartmouth was taking out her
daughters-the Ladies Legge-one even-
Iag at Stafford House. it fell to the lot
of a somewhat deaf functionary to an-
nounce the trio. "Lady Dartmouth "
called out the man, who had only
caught half the sentence. "And the
Ladies Legge!" repeated her ladyship.
"And the lady's legs!" echoed the serv-
nifflnIlutle In the Way.
"I will make your name a hissing
and a byword!" savagely spoke the re
jccttd lover.
"You may make it a byword," the
proud beauty remarked with majestic
contempt, "but your own good judg-
ment will tell you that you can't do
iuvch hissing with such a name as
Delia Miller."-Chicago Tribune.

DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will
quickly heal the worst burns land seal' a
and not leave a scar. It can be applied
to cuts and raw surfaces with prompt
and soothing effect. Use it for piles
and skin diseases. Beware of worthless
coumerfeits.- All dealers.

OF///r yeyio'-^Qcao

If a Woman


wants to put out a fire she doesn't
heap on oil and wood. She throws
on water.knowing that waterquenches
fire. When a woman wants to get
well from diseases peculiar to her sex,
she should not add fuel to the fire
already burning her life away. She
should not take worthless drugs and
potions composed of harmful narcot-
ics and opiates. They do not check
the disease-they do not cure if-they
simply add fuel to the fire.
Bradfield's Female
Regulator should be
taken by everywoman
or girl who has the
slightest suspicion of
any of the ail-
ments which af-
fli ct women.
'They will simply
be wasting time
until they take it.
The Regulator is
a pur -fying,
tonic, which gets
rat theroots of the
disease and cures
the cause. It does not drug
the pain, it eradicates it.

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Bey and Woodchlck.
joy of pursuing the woodch ck
|rt of the happiness u'f rural ife.
Py is lacking in physical develop-
and in nuioerous ipecntal and
qualities growing out of the ex-
e who has not spent a day p)our-
ter down a dvoet-cll(k. holh on
Side with a vi,-w to drowning
. occupant. This is'said to re-
he wood(hluck, and. as for the
tournhells his uislcl.Ks as no coP)-

pulsory laIor could do, and it
patience, hope and persistenCe4
a good brook, an ample hole aJ
dustrious boy, a full day's Vwo
outside and a complacent woe
on the inside may be safely g
teed.-Hartford Courant.

The average duration of ma
England Is 28 years; in Frat
Germany. 26; Norway, 24; Ruas

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Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
- and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
I1 Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes .are but Ex.
*riments that trifle with and endanger the health of
fa-nts and Children-Experience against Experiment.

ioria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
d Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
Itains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
bstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
d allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
lie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
d Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
nmach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
e Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.


Sears the Signature of

T Kind You.Have Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
iuM C3 TUn OP"MY. 7" MUR IUt K. ne W r ROK Ctov.

every fo,
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barks tl
in the w
in adult
o P. P



lat is LisMan Good For

He mightbe-P47LC,
He is a nervous wreck. ls
a burden to himself, and his p
a dread to his family and fri
His Irritability is
his business, and his
stantly increasing
real and 4magvgqry
driving him inito
grave. This unhq
py man is only oned
a million in Ameria
If there were no I
lief for their cewr
edition they might if
deed pray for death
But Nervousness ad
its morbid horrors
are vanishing befon
the marvelous woi
of advanced science

i's Great Remedy) overcomes at once the acute symptoms d
m of Nervous Derangement, and soon makes the patient robait
itious. P. P. P. is the best'combination of green roots-aA
at wes ever put together for the cure of Weakness,- Generil
mad Nervousness. It is a good tonic and the best Blood Purihi
1rld. P. P. P. is Nature's specific for Rhernnsatim, Dyspepd,
aria and all forms of Blood Poison and Scrofula, whetiih
or children. sold by all drxtggists-$x a bottle; six bottles, $5. e
ian Brothers, n"tsMAN-BLOc. ,Svannah, Ga.

I -

ware, Hardware, Crockervware

Line of Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters!

A full Line of Steam Fittingf
consisting of Piping, Pipe-fitting
Injectors, Inspirators, Whistle.
Steam Gauges, Check and Globe
Valves. Also. a full lir e Rub'
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Leather, Belt Hooks and Steal
Packing. A. ill line of Hf-rnfel
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Celebrated Chattanooga
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itcaca, out W. J. .Carp nbe. lPm -
we- ereavbinfl ee.% Idbkstta .i
S,-y M *.a.SaudS School 9:16 A. M.
Meoeeuu, Wealesday atT:tP. M.
Ir lA uaca, DBev.-8 L. NMcar y.
o i will be held rejulary every
-IWA- M. s.andAU P.M Oeataae
--Si be putlo oordilly Inlted io at
day' School at le -A.M. Pmryer
a-Wn. w8edsaY. 7:30 '. M. Union Chris-
avor Meeting, :a. P. N., Bunday.
iCnBt ceC. Rev. 8 Provence
reaching at 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
y unday.- sunday School at 10 a. m.
oMeeUng Wednesday 7 p. m. A cordial
is extended to all.
, a sor. Senl es: Prachiing every
S-JUA.M.; 7a.P. Friday evenainger-,
t 1i0 P. M. Bunda School at I A. M.
AMOliCCuCs. Rev.J. I. BbI' i. 1 4-.
tole High Maw and Sermon at" A. M"
Ks;wA) k. .i. '. SVtqrb ,d bktalc-
I week cavs. tMa5:45 A. M.
I lk Dibti4,i.l$IiP- T.r sie al adi
at COt prices aL The TALLABABKiAN

, F Churr'h 1t 6 c> f Leo i ba" a. m-,
orJ G. iliey uperintendent. LPreaclh-
rv. m.;and ,P- m-
aff"Mbeting Tuesdaynight. ClassMee-
ay ght. F. Bmsox. Pastor.
>iv' MEBTIUO '1he Board ol Direc-
a of the Liorary AsBociation hold their
Sghs on the third Friday evening of each
tat 8 o. m. at the library.
who are interested in Chrtain Sci.
e will te welconmd at the residence of Mr.
,.iLewis, tbre the bicritfes will be held
davL at *I30 a..m..% eduesdays at 7:b0 p.m.
1.0.0 F
*r regular mueitings ot LEoN Lt .iG No.
re behll every "Tujuday venit, i tleirt
2e Boom, at 8 o'clock. All lir< ..seramn
4stadinir ire invited to attend. ,
W. M. MjlNlTUH, JL., N.G.
I L. COLLAt, UA. &.
t--eguar meetlngb .-i Au-
L cCA 'rL No 2, are held ti ni?>l
IBird -Thursday LveningrB ol c e mut~lu,
er Loige Itiom. aWE8 o'clock. i. .1 Vatn-
si go. )s tauding are invited to attend
it Mo .i lN'toi. Si.. C. 1.
r1 H. CGuANCEY. Scribe.

la& me Lodge. No M. meetsosecond
fourth Thursday evenin.whof each mouth
sonic Hall.
E E. P1II LBRICK, Dictator.
H. CHANCEY. Reporter.
reo Lodge No. I K. of P.. meetsevery
inay evening In Castle Hal. Visiting
ghts are cortiatily invited to a ttend.
h. C. CRAW .(:1)b. i4 -
F. HILL, K.oof H. 29
(B. S of theE.)
Ids its meeting every Wednesday evea-
s t eight o'clock, at Its Looge room up-
n, one door east of the annex of the Opera
be. All members of the Older in good
ding arc cordially iuvitet to attevd.
'se regular convocation of Florida it. A.
pterNo. 1, will be held on the Second anud
nth Mondays of each month at 8 o'clock

W. M. Mcl.rTosI Sa., Secretary.
r Regular meetings of JACMsON LODGE
,L are held on the flrt uand third Mondays
Mchb month. at 8 o'clock, P. K.
w. M. MCOIBTO S.. Secretsrv.

rftsae ssio yards.

vi and have your correspondence and legal
taken in horthantd ran d typewritten by an
Stenographer. at easonablerates. Moern
aI and Typewriting taught Lamenes
ts my solictug patronage personally.


Office over Capital City Bank,






aduate 1894, 1mversty Maryland,
Baltimore; Post Gradute 1893.
faskell Schoo- Clucago.
W Preservation of Natural Teeth,
l1d Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
ites a Specialty. Gas admmistered.

Iepalrs all kinds of Household articles o0
ryday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchels. Looks
M. Fastenings. Gun. Pistols. Shooting Out-
L Umbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing Ma-
hes. Shop on Jefferson Street, near New
ty Market. Work done on short notice, and
lOw Drice. 35-4i


contractor .

and Builder
aImber, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
k stock at all times.

J. H. HILL & CO.'S

t's urnisg Goods


tmoiteellnR a In the l.
the most heeling salve In the world.

Foley's Kidney CUre
maka kidneys ad bladder ght.

Foley's Honey and Tar
Ahea IUgs andstops the coW.

AitcUsraln; Mealeines.
A teaspoonful is just one dram; a
dessertspoonful. two dranms: a table-
spoonful. four drams.
In mixing or administering drugs of
any sort quantities should be carefully
measured in a medicine glass. for then
one may be quite sure of the amount
given, which Is quite Impossible to be
If one uses spoons, for these vary in
size Occording to fashion.
Whiu measuriug medicine. it is best
to st.iud the glass on the table, for if
pne holds it in the hand one may easily
hold it crookedly. and thus inadvert-
ently pour out a larger or smaller
amoutit than is pr-escrihed by the doc-
tor. In sont vase;s errors of this kind
might be misihievou is in effect.

The tongue is a little thing, out it
Ills the universe with trouble.

A Sure Thing for You.

A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca-
rets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful
new Iver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or mooey refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing.; Try a box to-day; 10c., 25c., 50c.
Sample and booklet free. See our big

lie Concentrtted.
Professor Countemfast is a si.
man with a large mentality. His wife
Is a tall woman, who believes in the
power of matter over mind. The pro-
fessor had been absorbed the whole
evening in a profound paper on the
mental characteristics of people who
were unhappily married. Suddenly
looking up. he remarked:
"My dear. are you aware of the fact
that a's brain weighs about 3,1
"Humph! You've just read that.
haven't you?"
"Er-er-why-er-oh. yes; certainly.
of course."
"Well, that article says a woman's
brain is not so heavy, eh?"
"'Er-er-yes. it certainly does. but"-
"And it also states that a woman's
brain is of much liner quality, doesn't
"Er-er-well, yes; you are quite
right, my dear."
"Now, listen to me. Just concen-
trate your 31/ pound brain on that
scuttle and figure out how much it will
.weigh after you bring it full of coal
from the cellar." The professor meek-
ly bowed his great head, and, as he de-
parted for the lower regions in search
of abstract information, he murmured:
"The man who thinks that mind is
superior to matter Is an illustrious
**- *-06s renT,d, tV*t.Ritr


4pI'PN TAE-s'

*Doctors find

DOtO..r- s.fin







LA" ow Weniam 3fti to
=MR Suvatahat the uHaai-anfllas.
.sS Healereefmedait i
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Foley's Honey d Tar
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By properly toning and feed
nerves with pure blood which
by using P. P. P.. Lippman
Remedy, the most marvelous
nervousness are made, restoring
immediately to the patient and
him strong and vigorous in
P. P. P. is superior to all Sa
P. P. P. has its formula on ev,


Any physician will tell you th
P. is the best combination of gre
and barks that was ever put toge
the cure of weakness, general
and nervousness. It is a good t
the best blood purifier in the wol
Fcr sale by all druggists.

ng the
is done
res of






P. P.
a rooti-
her foi
ic and

The Trunk Paid.
Some years ag-o a man ran nU
of $200 in the Trremollt House.
go, and then ran away without
It. The trunk which remaineut
room was unusually heavy anl
opened after his departure wa.
to contain speciu ins of ire,.
from the g l, and silver w lnes
orado. where presumably i-e hi
all his money. A.tfr iw r.ailtng
legal time Mr. :age, sent tile c
of the trunk to :in ;assayt-. vwho
ed twe bits of w':li valued a
than $1(00 in excess of the bi
deductiug his own fees.

4 The Greatest Evidence of the
of cholera morbus, diarrhea, a
enter is the increase in the de
during the summer months. Y
not be too careful, and particular
tion should be paid to the diet.
*ily of Pain-Killer should always
hand for it can be relied on at a
as safe, sure and speedy. A te
ful will cure any ordinary case.
substitutes, there is-but one Pain
Perry Davis.lPrice 25c and 50c.


a bill
in his
ad lost
tint tit

id dys-

be at

Aeorm asn Ckarm na orIILants*.
Take a large acorn, suspend by a
-thread so as to nearly touch the water
in any glass vesseset it upo your
mantelshelf, bracket or table, 4id let
It stand there for about two 4ontbs
without in any way interfering with It
excepting to supply fresh water.
The acorn will burst, throw i root



I3LA~ I ~lh1lN(1 eLd


IL WOOD, A. W., M.D.0 Peindsnt

7 LaeaogAvenues, Chicago, .
wtmabUmhed ta Chgo over twenty years.
Zagularf ehrterOd under act of Illnois
Legleature. Capital (fuly paid) *100.000.
The elest, largest, mot reliale and sue.
aiemml edt4l Ismmitute an the U. &
Priata raoo for atslemta with facEltieM
far sI mmrgenmy. X-ay, Microscopcal
amd iUri '^iOl w".mit--w are mie in
a wmes whem wer disgosos is doutuL
WrtL, ftar ftree Book Deformites and
Ba- Vhab *Poet, Carvatre of the Splie,
am *.ass ~ .- ab Cancer, TEmRM". Pfle,
PamalwaL. Eilas, Kidey, Bladder, Eye,

Two Pointers.
During a holiday ramble Sir Prv.d-
erick Leighton t-cme a'-r:-:s a little
roadside inn. -he si4nbo":.l of which ';
was being sowr.oi-;%at cosar:y paint-4 :
by a local art; t For son--e little ti!ne
Sir Fiederick :.'la iehd tlw:e ;::,::-:ess of
the painting, till the rural arti-st gianc-
lug down, remarked. "It be a foine
day. masterr"
Leighton assented, adding that a fig-
ure on the signboard was out of pro-)
'VWheer be it out?" asked the ag-
grieved artist. "I'm thinking yeTrve
summer wrong in yer solagt."
"If you get off that ladder, I'll put
It right for you." replied the It. A
good humoredly.
"Eh. boot can ye paint?" queried th,,
other doubtfully. "Ye ken I want my work spilled "
"It's all right; I've done a little paint-
ing in mly time." answered Leighton,
as the other clambered down the lad-
der. Then. taking the palette. he climb-
ed up and commenced to paint and did
not desist until he had completed the
"Er, boot that's nae so bad." was the
rural artist's connmment. "Art is nae so
paying now; still if ye like to do mair
work for me. I'll gie ye mair silver
than I do as a rule."
"Thanks." replied Sir Frederick dry-
ly. "My name is Lightonu."
"Verra pleased to ken ye. Mr. Leigh-
ton," replied Il(e twan. ignornnt of
what the name meant. "'My name Is
Tam -S.t James Gazette.

For Over fifty ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfectsuccess. :Itscotbes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.

to ; *i *. '- r -.
"Tf I ,- :' *. i. : m .a I wonlh)
get m it' u : "" .:''i ,f the Ot*per
floors ,,of t;:.i- : .--T s:ysr:s r in
tow n." e 'c ::ir!::' : :.:..y ?
Bec-ausie I'd i'" s ;':ave t:: brush ia .ly
from my hirlh'- s [eo its slay nVar4
the s:-l.lm i~-'tit;: more than
30 or 440 feet :ihove it. The only flies
you get i n s!:-!veraper are the ones
that stray pp :' the interior of
the building. ajnd they are mighty few.
You will find them on the, lower floors.
but just keep youi eyes open when you
are in high buildings. you' ll ee mighty
few of the little pests above the third
or fourth floors."-Cleveland Plain

A Wouderfit Dleovery.
The last quarter of a century records
many wonderful discoveries in medicine,
but none that have accomplished more for
humanity than that sterling old household
remedy, Bropnms' Iron Bitters. It seems to
contain the very elements of good health,
and neither man, woman or child can take
it without deriving the greatest benefit.
Br6wn' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.

wao-m-mlc the WieelA..
A Rumlas paper gives an interesting
Insight Into the way they do things on
:the Sibertia railway. .
I A merei.-,nt recentlyy s1ii :a carload
|of fru f..-u, Irl:;i;k to ( ':ta. The
railwl:. b'.t.';a-; w\: r 179 ,.:i'.-:*. b:t
the tipl. to rta! ; ::y otiil.1i a:_:;un'ed
to 12'") r&b<.- m Tlppia:,. or *g:s!nug." as it t can!led
n Siberia, is it tax fr:n which' no pa-
tron of tht- r. !lw:v ais exci:::pt.
In the ciase* in-nt:lued the first sta-
tiou nmaskr told the merchant that- the
loaded --- was '"slek." or disabled,
and we rve to be cide tracked for
"Ur' uill It take to make the
repa '.e merchant asl-d.
"0 "-.-: at k ast." was the an-
The wervihamtl started. for a week's
delay inie::,: the spoili:-z: (.f his cario,
and. btesidts. it wav.s ord:.'d for i*.iiti-
diate deilvery. But wlih thu e fruit
dealer had s.ipiwd 1< or 1. rublh- int')
the offlt-:i.':: Lan:d the latter fo(u:nd that
the car was well eitough to travel .
At the tuxt station the -ar f:-ll ill
again and Ihad to he restt.r'd to health
in th was reol,-ate'd cv-ry liite the train
Iocal ai-rehaN::ts have lcICfme usedl
to this "-grasing" )business tuid simply
add the aioumit to the price of their
wares, so that thle -onsumIr pays: the.
freight and the tips as well.

EstalsIkieit Setll


.- -

Capital CityLiyvery, Feed
Double and Single Teams,
Patronage Solicited
Satisfaction intended.

Everybody Says So.
Cascarers Jandy Cathartic, the most
wonderful medical discovery of the age,
pleasant and refreshing to ihe taste, act
gently and positively on kidnevs. liver

MB+ E 8, 1900. 3





Curious Folklore and History Con-
cernung This Common ilerb.
Some quaint ideas have hovered
around that familiar gardenn herb and ,
dish adorner. parsley. In England.
Devonshire folk declare that parsley
must never be transplanted or groat
evil will follow. Suffolk people say it
will not come up double unless sown
on Good Friday--a notion that experi-
ments miight surely soon have disprov-
ed-while ancient dwellers in Hamp-
shire steadfastly refuse to give any
parsley away. Ask them for roses. lilies.
fruit or rare veg eables. aud basket-
fuls will bo gladly bestowed on you..
but re luest : few sprigss of )arsley and
you will b' told. with a solemn shaking
of heads. "No. we never pick parsley
for agy one. uniess it's paid for'!"
ThU great lhiitorian PIlutarchl relates
an inL 'ersting anecdote on the subject
of this herb. Tinioleon was leading an
armyagaainst the( Cartliaginians. "But
as hld was ascending a hill from the
top ot which the enemy's camp aud all
their ;vast forces would be in sight, he
met some nmitles ladun with parsley,
and his men took it into their heads
that it was a bad oiuen because we
usually crown the sepulcher with pars-
ley, and thentei coieis the proverb with
regard to one that is dangerously ill.
'Such a on, has need of nothing but
parsley.' To deliver them from this
superstition and to remove the panic
Timoleon ordered the troops to halt.
and making a speech suitable to the
occasion, observed among other things
that crowns were brought them before

Ihe victory and offered themselves of
their own accord. For the Corinthians
from all antiquity have looked upon a
wreath of parsley as sacred. crowning
the victors with it at the isthnbianl
games." The general then crowned
himself and all his otlicers with pars-
ley wreaths. and led his men to bat-
tle, their fears conquered. the result
being a decisive victory. Chicago

A Family Nedite ChaLt.
A family mediciCe Chest for ten cents
In a pretty little enameled metal box
you have the means of keeping the.
whole family healthy, from baby togood
old grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
ket a bKx of Cascarets Candy Cathartie
for ten cents, and see that you always
have them in the house. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, e s
nesw, worms and nearly every other ail-
ment are cured by some form of con-
stipation and in that little box you have
a perfect remedy always at hand. Save
your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
nee by the useof the sweet, dainty little
of candy that make you well and
eyou well. We recommend Casca-
rets to all our readers.

The Laricst ant lost Complet


afor a er__
timt IwdctaFor rso r. M'am
The LeadiAg ATHA wAh'Y hM thil
S ie has ibeen for
that allo iherhspelaltseomseen H c all
Portaof diseased cooidlonw h ve been tfMarydof
the medical proteseilonand toHpeople my ins
fmle ha spread into every 'n and
Thoseafletedwi'halmaucerofd es ougt
hsnervices in ord-r tLat they inlet h vwle
bytheadmIDnlering cf hirwoMderfli otreat-
ment. Wrecks of humactty hae tohim for
consultation and mndlclneswIhoafewa W1 tWer
have returned w him tn :wst vwUoromas togive
*All U s him their thank,.
AlIsease Dr. Hadiaway trests ddtmetse
thsred culiar to i and
-- peculiar to woee n as -
Catarrb, Rheumnatim,. KIdne CA?' Eexm
and all forms of linerInana chro e ic de.
V-a.a..l. __ Dr.Bathaway s e
VarTWlOsma M treatment of Var ocel and
S Strt taturewthott ofknteef
or cautery tI The
patient t treated by this metod at o en
withoptpain or loss of time from i M Thisis
poittvely the onil treatment which otan
operation. Dr. thaa the attend
tlion of sufferers from aricoee and ietre to
pages 27,29 and s of hisnewbook wiellbe
Ev8 EveryCacasetaken by HatMway
Splly i pecially treated to
Trea-- aturealnder otai aIpersonal
ow Bperislon.m andt al wsed by
him are ed fm the prest and dru In
hisown stories under his oratht,
and r. noe freoaol
F* ma 11,and whenam ese intaken Me on
F covers all cog of o m es- n4 prof
Dr. atawa y Ae.,
a; Brram Street, Sv Ga.


One of Webster's Drini
"Daniel Webster." said al
mai1. "as all the werld kunGi*
pen(Itiant for lokini on \\win i
glo0'ed rosy red. At :;:e tit m
drivIng t; ( ainbridsi- lromiE 1ll
wasi billed to) make a spe"t-v
ho-up of Harvard. a:;J. ihs <"4
in tlje old ;fa.shilled :;; v.:s a
of tlte eeepwl oi (<*lim:!iit:ee amI
delntcr ith town.
"O- l tlhe way to ) i:!;!:"'--
ster tu:-un ed it) hli: i'6 l ; 'i t.:si:
an inl"irV \wvhittr ihr. :-e vwass
place in tho neighbo-rhlocd wlI
could obtain a drink. *if you v
a short distance out of your wI
bouse.' was the courteous res
think I can promise you as
drink of .lamaica rum as .1
"To the house the twain ate
journeyed. and once there t
true to his promise. set be
statesman a deea:iter of extre
rum. The great Mass.chl'isett
poured out a brimming bea
quaffed it off without winci
host tentatively pushed toward!
water jug. but Senator Webst
eying it a moment said: 'Tha
no. I'wanted a drink. bpt I
thirsty.' He then went on t
bridge and delivered one of his
Ly efforts."



. had -a
when it
he was
ton lie
at ilh-

I a1 resi-

0. \1'!I-

're th-ey
ill drive
y to my
use. i
good a
u ever

P host
re the
ely tine
er and
. His
Iim the
r after
k you.
am not

"1 .r h s in E'glmand st.n'ls
S:" S .\li':ns' a;i>l y. It is < fc(t:.Zonal
I ;: tw,,l ii, w\j!.s or itS lower
A :. .." ;oF *; -; r .. ;'?:it ll k :'.ep s s. !i is
Li.f .*V.-ars o(id uand is still 11t for hlabl-

J. H. Spears, St. Andrews Bay, Fla..
writes: Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi-
cine cured me of Sick Headache and In-
digestion. Also, my neighbor of Dys-
pwpsia, Kidney Disease. and Costiveness.
Think it far superior to Zeilin's and
MBlck Oraught I've tried.









71 1

-Manufactuers of-


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New People-Ne- w Stock-New Primcs-ln
Old Post Office.


(C'nie and see us, if only to look. -
An up to date stock. Prices right.
Best Soda Water in the City: All
the New and Latest Drinks.
Don't be out of the push, but come
and trade at our store.
In Old Post Office.





* .s~,., ~-

rHU8DA, ~VXIB R ~1900.

P *'a

JOt T. Im, a a..

"I knew it all the time" many good
Democrats are now saying. "Why,
-bless your soul, Bryan had no possible
-chnce to win," they usually add.
We are not consoling ourself with
any such thoughts or expressions,
-'and we want to ay right here that
"we never entertained them before
-election day. We thought the
-Ameriean people loved independence
'more than gold; we thought they
prized the declaration of the fathers
-above McKinleyism; we thought
they. despised the combinations of
wealth that are today making serfs of
-men of moderate means who should
walk in the broad light of universal
"liberty; we thought they had discov-
oered the near approach of this gov-
-ernment to a monarchy and would
-call a halt; in brief we felt the full
consciousness of right, and thought
'there could be no choice between
the honesty of Bryan and the self-
-convicted proselyte who is at the
beck and call of Hann and his lieu-
We knew they had money-more
-of it than was required, perhaps, but
'-we thought the education of the
masses of the American people had
reached that point where they knew
that corruption at the polls meant
-corruption for four years in govern-
-mental circles; that they knew Ahose
-who spent thousands to carry elec-
tions did so for the purpose of mak-
.ing millions out of the administration
to follow; that they had tired of car-
-rying on foreign wars at an expense
of more than a million dollars a day
for no other purpose than that a few
people may increase their'millions of
wealth and the party in power have
a plea to go before the people for a
-continuation of power. These are a
few of the-things that made us think
it possible for Bryan to win, but
'they are not all.' He had the back-
ing of nearly all the old party lead-
-ers, which he did. not have in 1896.
But it all availed nothing. The
fear that Bryan's honesty would" in-
terfere with licensed robbery, we be-
-ieve, however, had more to do with
his defeat than the fear that his free
.silver ideas would ever be enacted
into law. Added to this was Chair-
man Jones weakness, Croker's mis-
takes and Mark Hanna's superior
chicanery. We believe that new
party managers all round will have
to be secured. before victory will ever
,peroh upon the banners of the Na-
tional Democracy.


paign of misrepresentation is not ap-
paent. The interest of all good
citizens of Florida lies in the mate-
rial development of every section.
That would mean prosperity for us
It is a well known fact that no-
body desires to enter a dead section,
and that a State containing sections
effected with the "die-back" is
looked upon with suspicion. States
are too commonly measured by the
prosperity of a given section, and to
advertise to the world that one sec-
tion of Florida is "dying back" is to
advertise the whole State in the same
category in the estimation of a great
many good people.
Besides this, it is a well known
fact that almost every statement
made by Editor Prevatt is absolutely
and unqualifiedly untrue. The TAL-
LAHASSEEAN and the Times-Union
and Citizen correspondent are con-
stantly reporting improvements,-and
there are few towns of its size where
fresh paint is more in evidence. We
have two firms of architects and
builders-The Gilmore & Davis Com-
pany and Taylor & Child, besides a
number of individual contractors-
and they are all kept busy nearly all
the time. It is an indisputable fact
that, while the salaries of officials
amounts in the aggregate to a snug
little sum, what they trade here
would not support one of the big
wholesale or retail establishments.
These are facts, and it is also a fact
one of the largest cotton seed oil
plants in the South has just been
erected here, and right by it one of
the largest cereal grinding and bolt-
ing mills. We have two railroads in
operation-one more than DeLand-
another under course of construction
and the fourth is almost ready to
commence work, only a few hundred
dollars of the bonus offered and ac-
cepted remaining uncollected.
These are facts, and in the face of
them it ill becomes a political oppo-
nent to circulate such baseless can-





The following choice (?) bit of '
-reading is clipped from a number of '
just such articles in the current
issue of the Volusia County Record. i
It is a fair sample of the kind of
campaign Tallahassee has had to
battle against-one that, perhaps,
has won for her many votes in the
.-election, but from which sOe may
feel detrimental effects in their re-
spects. The Record editorinly says:
"How can a voter, unless be lives
in Leon county, vote for 1Iis State
'Capital to remain at a town ihat has
.the die-back like Tallahassbe? In
spite of all the State money the big
State salaried officials spent there
every year, the town has the die-
-back bad when she should be grow-
ing and prospering. No improve-
ment is ever reported, and the smell
of fresh paint would create an epi-
demic of sickness in the town. The
inhabitants simply subsist on the
people's money collected as State
taxes and sent up there and paid out
in salaries to State officials. Were
it not for.hbis State money distributed
there every year the to n would
V.. +nv :A nfk- .a .rp-.a

Enough is! known as we go to
ress to assure our readers that Tal-
ahassee has won an overwhelming
victory in the State Capital contest.
"he voters of Florida, as we pre-
icted many times during the cam
aign, are not yet prepared to throw
way the Capitol building here and
pend a million or two dollars for the
satisfaction of a few people who
were desirous of making the change.
nd they have made that fact pretty
plain by their acts at the polls.
While Tallahassee feels that she
has won a great victory she does not
eel any disposition to crow over her
ess fortunate adversaries. They
had a right to want the Capital, an
right to make an effort to get it
Many things were done by Jackson
ville's advocates that were not fair
nor generous, nor right, but in this
hour of victory people of this section
of the State-and in fact the whole
State--can afford to be generous
and forgiving.
When a fellow-citizen of the towi
approaches you on the subject c
reaching out for manufacturing en
terprises, and strives to induce yo
to. join him in holding out induce
ments to parties seeking business lo
cations, why do you get on your ea
and rant around like a madman? 1
it because you have no faith in you
town, or have you lost faith in you
self as an enterprising citizen?
High Springs News.
Men who are not willing to ld
those things which will contribute 1
the promotion of their own interest
as well as to the interests of th
community in which they live, a
not good citizens. They are simp
stumbling blocks in the way of pr
gress. This class of men are in i
sense developers. They usual

s address was scholarly and vigorous, erally riddled the cheap politician
n and while he at times indulged in who had engineered the bchem
e stinging sarcasm at the expense of thus far. L V 1
those who have been advocating the The bonuses are offered, he d -FOR----
s removal of the Capital, yet his lan- "The bonuses are overcome public sent
guage was always courteous. men, Billiousness, Constipation, Heartburn, Iniioietion, lie:tl'.ihe, and a3
"On account of the crowded'con- "He exposed the f th Ailments resulting from a Disordered Liver, sltch as Loss of
edition of the Times today it is im- Constitution"Heal exposed the duplicity of th Appetite, Despondency, Blues, Weakness, Ttred Feeling
n possible to print the speeches in full, This is really also a capital remove and- Inactivity of the Mind.
)f worthy of space as they areonly a sheme-a catch 'em coming' a It stimulates and purifies the Blood.
Sfew of the bright points will be men- g'wine arrangement. If we den't pe h Blo .
tioned pudiate these propositions, we w
S "Senator Myersprefaced his speech find that the Democratic party h Japanese Eye W water
- with a fine tribute to Tampa. He put its great big foot in a trap.
-r said he first visited Tampa when the "This whole thing has grown o Cures Sore or Ingtamed Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, and is soothing a

Spleted, nearly fifteen years ago. of the political aspirations of a fe strengthening to Weak Eyes.
r Tampathen looked ike the sleepy mJudgeRaneys peroration w Sold on a Gaara tee===No Cure, Pa
old village which the Jacksonville aJudge Raney's peroration w
r- orators now declare Tallahassee to mag cent. He first came Never pns the eye to use it, but is guaranteed to cure
- be. But with magnificent enterprise Tampaearly in 1870 and had watch re eyequicker than any other remedy ever used.
and progress the people have built its growth with the deepest intere sore eye uker than any other remedy ever
here a city of which the whole State and solicitude. Now he is linked t
is proud. as by the strongest human tie. He IMPORTANT
to The speaker reviewed in detail his first-born has located and w To Hoand Stok Dealers.
ts the history of the Capital removal probably spend the remainder of Hose 0wn r and Stock Dealers
he agitation, and its various defeats in days and be buried.
re the Legislature. There was no de- "Let the Capital remain m Tall If you own mules or horses, you should by all means keep )t
mand from the Democracy of Flor- hassee. It has been there command
Sida, he declared, for the insertion of years, and thank God the honornD a C lic \
this question in the State platform. the State] has never been tarnish W alker's Shot olic UU
no It is an economic and not a political through act or deed of the people f FOR MULES AND HORSES.
ly question. Frank Clark was scored that city or section.Itrned to relieve any cae of colic in mule or hor
*--_ M9%09 atV a. "nr'"o honot'arr i It is narant ed to relieve any case of colic m mules or horses

-, 4qk.






ate beneficially to the interests aid so it would be in Jacksonville. I Ci Appolets. A STATE
concerned. There is no double of Only one seacoast State has its Capi- Governor Bloxha n has made the COLLECE
the fact that a community would be tal ina seapt city-Massachusetts. -llowing civil appointments:
better off without such men in it. A -All of the States on both coasts were W. D. Bogart, of. Fernandina, to
oeliythera d to pemi th. em cited. There must be some reason kie inspector of timber and lumber II
policy that tends to prevent the em. f6r this. The reasons in the case of or N county..
ployment of labor at remunerative Louisiana apply with equal force to for
wages, or that seeks to corner capital all other. The danger of capture in J" b. Wilson, Jr of Kissimmee,
was also cited. Du to be notary public )or the State at
invested in legitimate trade, an 't. e of' war r ao citd D ngt argue. THE FLORIDA CLASSICA
be otherwise than destructive of tJh State were captured several times by 'Robert E. Wheeler, of Jacks on- LITERARY COLLEE.;
best interests of communities. If the Federal forces, but all efforts to wille, to be notary public for the
some men would cease living for capture the Capital failed. State at large.
themselves alone, and exhibit just a -"The political discord constantly Benjamin L. Timmerman, of Pen-
little public spirit and enterprise, prevailing in Jacksonville is another la, to be notary public for the A College that is Practical,
S i ..p p se strong reason against locating the tate at large. and Thorough for Both Sen
they would be better citizens, they Capital there. This state of discord John R. Dunn, of Jacksonville, to
would lose nothing by it, and the would soon be infused into the en- notary public for the State at
towns in which they live would put tire political structure., ge.
on a vigorous, substantial and perma- "And why should the Capital be Charles Hall Adams, of Boston, t w oe the t- th l
CharlesoHallHedaeowill open at 9 a. m.,
nent growth.-Gainesville Sun. removed? He refuted the claims commissioner of deeds for Florida
7--_-_ that the building is an old rookery, n the State of Maschusetts. Thursday Setember 7
Mr. G. J. Strozier, of Marion insecure, inadequate, etc., and in this A. B. Small, of LA e City, to beI
county, writes the TALLAHASSEEAN connection dealt Robert McNamee, A.. Small, of e City, to be hundred and seven en
% ote bs s n one of the Jacksonville orators, sev- otary public for the State at large. dents from sixteen Flor ia cous
on other business and incidentally eral telling raps. The speaker said -- e states were enrolled u4
mentions that he will be a candidate he was born within one block of -the Story of a. lawo full years' instructed.
for re-election as Assistant Reading Capital and had spent his entire life eb ha ndadet r years owinganguesStaughby n
the House of Repreenta- in that home. For the past t y the chains of disease is the worst sorwho hasreevntly r(tunre~lefrlm atu
Clerk of the House of Representa- in that home. For the past ten orm of slavery. George W. Williams, course of study in Eurome, viz:
tives. He makes a good reading years he has been his county's repre- Manchester Mich., tells how such a French, Spanish and Italian.
clr, i poua w a ., tentative in the State Senate, and e was made free. He says: "My Full colleg-e courses leading to the d
clerk, is quite popular with all the prior to that time had been in the fehbeenso helpless for five years B. A., B. s.or B L Nor;i
pi to that ti A^ me had been in the hat she could not turn over in bed teachers opens March 4th, rli.
old members, and will be hard to public service. Consequently he was done. After using two bottles of Elec- nes ue, and wea roudeh HI
tur- Curriculum in Preparatory Depirtimen
tur down for the place. as well qualified to speak of th6 e Bitters, she is wonderfully improved music taught fr.-e. tuition frree. It
Character and condition of the build- nd able to do her own work." This 12 dollars per month. Send for new
It is perhaps true that the Balti- as anone except bl a uprem remedy for female diseases
i-ng as anyone, except possibly an ickly cures nervou'oess, sleeplessness. A. MURPHREE, Preside*
more Sun did not wield such a POw- architect. He declared the building elancholy, headache, baickache, faint-
erful influence over Maryland voters sound and safe in every detail and ade- g and dizzy spells. This miracle- TallabahM
as was once thought. It was accused quate for the accommodation of the working medicine is ; godsend tweak, -
b e Ht ickly, run down people. Every bottle
of leading that State into the Me- public business. He took up the guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by M I I
Kinley ranks in 1896, but it failed to rges od this pont ser m a
lead them out this year-and it tried, "On the point of accessibility the REPATL ESTAT -
too. speaker indulged in a joke at his A
"Maryland, My Maryland," ought own expense. He said the Demo- BA.
never more find a responsive chord crats of Florida cared nothing about EVeXa of the nt eminent reidencm in
never more find a response c the matter of accessibility. They g the citv--on Calho n o t
em er o accessiity. Tey usurpassed for bustineu,.convenienee or social
in Southern hearts. Twice in suc- demonstrated this at the State Con- surroundings, such as' ar not on the market for
cession has she turned her back on vention. Of the five candidates for alifetme" For tebu.m, a .ly W. ,G A e Gar
this section and declared her alle- governor, he was the most accessi- OME CITY BUSINI' PROPERTIES FROM
fiance to the money kings of the ble-residing just across the street S one lot to a whole Islock. from $1.000 to
fromglance to ththe capitol and yet the Dern- to, upon whien art. paying investments Has now open a s.loct a ;rtmenti
East. romnow in operate captol-and yetthe action 12 per Crnt. net. Apply to W. Millinery and Fancy GodA.
The etrooli and m ocrats went up on a sidetrack in w- McG
The Metropolis and mudslinging Hernando county for the candidate. POR PAL CHEAP-OKE-EIGHTH IN- Infant Caps in variety.
may do for Jacksonville but the "Discussing the cash inducements ep the LoGrove Lo t Muo.
plain honest farmers of Florida don't offered by the various candidates H.ndkerchiefs, Crset, Io-ieryI
tie to such. for the removal of the capital he FO RE NT. wools. Linens..and other material i
t said it would seem that our capital -O T ET.-A twstorv house. Appito Fancv Work.
Tallahassee's Distinguished Advo- was up at public auction. But none L Mrs. Sullivan. : 5-4t
cates. ol the offers are of real value. The r
The Tampa Daily Times had the constitution stands as a barrier-it FOUNDI. Kid Gloves a Specialty.
following report of the speeches says municipalities cannot impose LUND--Pocket boo-k. train. from Jackson
1 X vilie ovember 2, bf J. B. Crews, represent
made in the South Florida metropo- taxation except for municipal pur- ig Early Bir Tobbatcco. same can be had byrder b ail l and
-o11 b paying for ad at Leon Hroel. It* murders by mail promptly and caem-
lisby Tallahassees distinguished ad- poses.. f ranr. t*- filed.
vocates, on the evening of December "The Jacksonville orators declare WAN.TED.
2: that the State will not have to ex- ANTED-A posi 1oI by young lady -rad-
,The speeches of Tallahassee's pend more than $100,000, if tha Address P. Box, eeFl 37-2t TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
distinguished representatives at the much, when talking to the general I
band stand on the court house public. And yet Frank Clark ad-
;square last night proved the. intel- dressing a crowd of workingmen i
lectual feast that was confidentty ex- Jacksonville recently told them it 1 1 I
Spected. meant the expenditure of 4500,000 B A Ol.t I --=C l
"Beforelthe speaking began the to $1,000,000, and an annual expen
Second Regiment Band presented a diture of $100,000 for all time A fONDERFUL
splendid concert of seven numbers, come. w m A
SThe selections were so meritoriously "He closed with an eloquent ap-l. a
presented that they provoked liberal peal for the protection of the tax- H o si n o .
applause-something, by the way, payers of Florida from the imposi- HoM OUS hO M ed fc
Very unusual from a Tampa au- tion of this heavy burden, and re- Cures Neunalgic, Rneumatic, Nervous or Spasn ic Pains,
Science. cited the terrible disasters suffered Toothache, Headache, Backache, Sprains, Bres, Lame-
S "As the speakers entered the pa- by the people of the State in recent ness, Cram Colie, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Sting' of Insects,
vilion, accompanied by a number of years. Swellings qf all Kinds, Stiff Neck, Soreness, >ore Throat,
e prominent citizens, the band played "Senator Myers made a profoun Sick Stomach or Sea Sickness. In cases of Ipd Coughs,
'Dixie,' and of course they were impression on the large audience Colds or Pnuemonia, it affords 4
given an ovation, carrying conviction with every ut I K E I F
r "Senator Palmer presided and in- terance. QUICK RELIEF
y produced the speakers. "Senator Palmer's introduction o I -
d "Senator Myers made the first ad- Judge Raney was highly compli 3"fO IiJ1T ( O ..0..At.V
. dress. It was his first appearance mentary, and the distinguished gen7
before a Tampa audience, and al- tleman fully verified all claims i-
- though he was a little hoarse he His argument was on the legs SW EET H ER
r, made a splendid impression. His nhaso nf the unestion and he r li|

The Dentist, Dr. E. A. Shine.
Dr. J. T. Boykin and wife, of Ca
belle, were here last week.
Mrs. F. W. Armstrong and chilr
have gone to Eadtman, Ga., on a visit.
Miss Clifford Carroll, formerly wi
Levy Bros., is with W. R. Wilson t s
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. King. of Tighto ,
Ala., were here on Friday en route
Colonel John A. Henderson has -
turned from a business trip to N
To purify and enrich the Blo 1,
Strengthen the Nerves and Invigorate
the System,, use Dr. M. A. Simmobis
Liver Medicine. .
We are all boys when a circus co m
to town. The only difference is tie
small matter of a few feet in height. I
Mr. Julian Betton returned home
last Friday from a visit to Tennessee
order to cast his vote for Tallahassee.
Mr. Eugene Britton came home frtm
Bainbridge, ia., to cast his vote ior
Bryan, Jennmgs and T-.llthasMee.
The Flashing Eye, Buoyant Footstep
and Rosy Complexion result from the
use of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver M di-
Mr. E. B. Manning, Justice of the
Peace for the Distiict, was in the
city Monday attending to business .be-
fore the Board of County Commission-
Mrs. J. W. Cohen. of Jacksonville, and
Mrs. S. W. Apte, of Atlanta, arrived in
the city on last Friday, being suwmoped
to the bedside of their mother, Mrs4 R.
S. Williams, who has been very ill. '
Hon. R. A. Whitfield, County Ju'dge
for Leon, issued fourteen marriage
licenses during the month of Octub r=
five to whites and nine to colored per-
With a circus in prospect for Saturday
-next thle small boy is all excitement.
The big boys. too, as the day gets nearer,
.are beginning to feel that they must go
and take the children of course.
Chamberlain's stomach and Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, constpation
and headache. They are eat-y to take
and pleasant in effect. For sale by
Wight & Bro. i
Hon. F. T. Myers and Judge Geq. P.
Raney returned last Sunday from their
trip through East and bouth Florida,
where they made speeches in the inter-
est of Tallahassee.
Mr. F. W. Armstrong, General :Pas
singer Agent of the C. T. & G. Hi. R..
has returned from Atlanta, where he
left his brother, Geo. F. Armstrong, do-
ing well in a hospital, after an operation
for appendicitis.
Mr. W. W. Bircbfield, who was the
pharmacist at Schrader's drug store two
years ago, was in the city on Saturday.
He is just from Atlanta on his way to
St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg will
^find Mr. Birchfield an excellent phrmina-
ist and an estimable citizen ia every.
Today take Foley's.Honey and.Tar. It
Vliat etly.pVivents pneumonia. or other
serious results from colds. It may be
too late tomorrow.
Mr. W. S. Allen brought into the
TAI,[.AHASSREAN office last week a sam-
ple stalk of his sugar care crop raised
on his farm near the Ocklockonee river.
The stalk measured nine feet in length
and the joints were all of a good length,
showing rapid growth. He says the
specimen is a good sample of his crop.
The famous Sells & Gray's Show will
complete Its six days at Lee Circle
grounds tomorrow? night. Thie snow
has certainly won its way to the hearts
of our amusement loving people, as
the large tent has been crowded at each
performance. This is a longer ton than
any show has made in New Orleans.
This show will be welcome to New Or-
leans.-New Orleans L'imes.

When you feel that life is hardly
worth the candle take a dose of Cham-
berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets.

They will cleanse your stomach, tone up
your liver and regulate your bowels,
making you feel like a new man. For
sale by Wight & Bro.
The election in this city on last Tuesday
passed very quietly and was devoid of
all excitement. The citizens generally
felt assured that Mr. McKinley and
Roosevelt would be elected in the na-
tional election and that Jennings and
Tallahassee would win the State.
Tallahassee's fight, which by the way,
was a fight for the whole State, and not
for herself alone, brought many old Tal-
lahasseeans home to cast their ballots
tor their home town. One being so pa-
triotic as to come all the way from Ten-
nessee to cast his ballot.
Temporary Derangement of Digestion,
through overwork, work or emotional
excitement, are quickly rectified by Dr.
M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
One of the loveliest sights the local
editor has seen recently was a bunch of
lilies, growing on one stem, which grew
in the private gardens of Mrs. George
Lewis. The lily stem had over seven-
teen distinct flowers and at least ten
more had been cut off. It w known
as the Queen of Sheba variety and its
beauty is beyond description. -

.Weary women need an occasional
Sdose of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi-
cine to Strengthen their Nerves and In-
vigorate their Systems.




Bearathe 1 KindiYou Ha AIl ys g

Both makersiand circulators of coun-
terfeits commi fraud. Honest men will
not deceive ycu into buying worthless
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. The original is infallible for cur-
ing piles, injuries, eczema and skin dis-
eases. All dealers.
Watch the skies the nights of the four-
teenth and fifteenth, a great shower of
the Leonid meteors is predicted this
year. It will most probably occur after
midnight, and is a sight worth seeing.
Old negroes of this county compete their
age from the last great t shower of 1833.
Tallahasseeans had their first view of
an automobile on last Monday. It cre-
ated a great deal of interest. We have
seen horseless carriages in town before
but this was the first auto.
Mr. J. Hudson Curry, of Palmetto,
has been granted permission to organize
at thac place a division of naval militia,
to take the place of the Port Tampa di-
vision, which has been disbanded on ac-
count of the removal of members to
other points.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail,
druggists refund money.

It is a Fact.

Mr. J. L. Hall, of Wakulla, washrti
city Tuesday hearing the election. re-

Mr. W. J. Clark, of Bivans, has been,
appointed notary public for the State, at
Joseph Duncan is building an addition
to the front of his business house on
Monroe street.

Dr. W. Lewis, Dentiet. PomneNo.
8. 48-10t
W. F. obertson, of lamonia, is
viirtng friends in the city.
Mr. Harry R Graham was registered
at the Leon on Friday last.
Mrs. L. J. Price, of Birmingham, Ala.,
is viting Mrs. Geo. Greenhow.
Mr. David Chaires was in the city yes-
terday getting the election news.
Mr. Frank A. Huff, arrived on the
west bound train yesterday.
I PDeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
best liver pills ever made. Easy to take
and never gripe. All dealers.
The Justices of the Supreme Court and
Attorney-General W. B. Lamar went to
their homes last Sunday to cast their
votes for Bryan and Jennings.
J. Dodgers of Frostburg, Md., writes:
"I had a very bad attack of kidney com-
plaint and tried Foley's Kidney Cure
which gave me immediate relief, and I
was perfectly cured after taking two
bottles." Take no substitute. Wight &
Thermometers, at Schrader's drug
house. and Chemical Thermometers, at
Sponges-the largest and most varied
display of sponges ever brought to Tal-
lahassee, at Schrader's.
Hon. B. C. Chairer who is still at Pan-
acea came up home to vote for Bryan
and against the Capital removal ques-
Mr. and Mrs. McDougall and Mrs.
Balfour. of Thomasville, Ga., came over
to this city Friday to attend the funeral
of their brother, Mr. Hirst.
The change in the temperature on
Monday was most welcome to all, and
we hope is only the precursor of colder
Mrs. T. Briddleman of Parshaliville,
Mich.. was troubled with salt rheum for
thirteen years and had tried a number
of doctors without relief.. After two
or three applications of Banner Salve,
her hands became better and in a short
time she was entirely cured. Wight &
A crowd of interested readers crowded
around the bulletm boards yesterday-
all anxious to hear of Tallahassee's tri-
Hon. Hugh Black, who for many
years was County Commissioner for
Leon county, was in the city yesterday
anxiously asking for election news.
Mr. A. G. Goodbody, of Bradfordville,
was exhibiting on last .Saturday a fine
specim-n of his Keifer pear crop. The
pear weighed 20j ounces and was 121
inmees in circuaterence. It wasa beau
tiful golden coloi and looked in every
way a fruits it fo* the gods.
When you wait prompt acting liver
pills that never gripe use DeWitt's Little
biarly Risers. All dealers.
Among other Tallahasseeans whom
the election brogghL home to vote was
Mr. Call Brevard,
Mrs. J. F. Knigthreturned last week,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Hartt, from Cainada, where she had
spent the summer.
Miss Lilla CIy Root is in the city.
Miss Root accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Cay op their tour through the
north this sumuier.
Mr. M. M. Sc~ rborough, of Lake City,
was among theft visitors to the Capital
City last week. .
Dyspepsia is 4ilficult digestion, due to
the abser'e of natural digestive fluids.
H'od a barsapaiillarestares thedigestive
Hlion. E. M. fopkins went down to
Crawriurdvalle yesterday on legal busi-
ness before the Circuit Court.
District Attdrn'y Geo. W. Walker
went to'rdville where the Cir-
cuit Court convenes today-having been
adjourned fronz last week until after the


If you want to Save money
gi\e us a trial. Boxhorn's
Bargain Housee 36
"New Home" Ball-Bearing
Sewing Nachines, at Ci-
more & Davis Co.
The best place in town to buy Wagons,
Buggies and Harnes is at the well
known Hardware House of L. C. Yae-
ger. __
Remember that Sweeting carries the
finest stock of diamonds of any one m
the city.
Prescriptions filled accurately
night and day by competent drug-
gists, at Wight & Bro 's.
"New Home" Ball-Bearing
Sewing Machines, at Oil-
more& Davis Co.
You don't need to be told where to
take your watch, as Sweeting is well
known to be the expert.
Ca- c aIm

Closing out sale at oMitt
t Boxhom's Bargain House.
Blankets, Comforts and Cotton Batting
at Ball, Demilly & Co.'s. 36-2t
Choice selections of Cut Glaws, at
For that Cough- Try Lincon's
Cough Syrup-sold and guaranteed
by Wight Bro., Druggists.
A lovely assortnenit of fancy mantle
clocks, for the holiday season at Sweet-

M. T. Joiner's headquarters
ger Sewing Machine supplies
moved to Miss Gerard's store.
send there for what you want.

for Sm-
has been
Call or

Geo. A. Points. Upper Sandusky, 0.,
writes: "I have been using Foley's
Honey and Tar for hoarseness and find
it the best remedy I ever tried. It
stopped the cough immediately and re-
lieved all soremes." Wight & Bro. M "
Mr. Robert A. French, of Pensacola,
has been appointed naval secretary, with
the rank of colonel, on the staff of Gov-
ernor Bloxham.
Editor J. M. Towles, of the Gulf Coast
Breeze, published at Crawfordville, was
a welcome visitor at this office yester-
To save money people sometimes do
things experimentally which in the end
cost them more cash and considerably
more anxiety.
Mr. J. J. Harrel, Clerk of the Circuit
Court for Wakulla county, was in the
city Sunday might hunting a stray pack-
age of election tickets.
After exposure or when you feel a
cold coming on, take Foley's Honey and
Tar. It never fails to cure, and will
prevent pneumonia or consumption if
taken in time.
Hon. W. N. Sheats, Col. L. B. Womb.
well, Hon. Wm. H. Raynolds, Edward
Barnes, W, V. Knott, and R. L. Wil-
liams all went to their respective homes
to vote on Tuesday.
Tallahassee has now d uble daily mail
service East and West over the Seaboard
Air Line, and another train is to be put
on double daily between Jacksonville
and Tallahassee.
J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, Ills., writes:
"My little boy waw very low with pneu-
monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave
him Foley's Honey and Tar. The result
was magical and puzzled the doctor, as
it immediately stopped the racking
cough and he quickly recovered." Wight
Mrs. R. M. Ferrall, an intelligent
lady, aged seventy one years, has opened
a tailor shop in the ola Floridian office.
She bays that forty eight years ago she
was a guest in tht same building, and
that her lather, Solomon Mathews, and
Dr. John L. Crawtord, at present Secre-
tary of State, were then members of the
Florida Legislature.
Many of your friends, or people whom
you know of, have contracted consump-
tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases,
by neglect of a simple cold or cough.
Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and
pleasant cough medicine, would have
saved them. it is guaranteed. Wight
& Bro.
The Ladies Aid Society have co-n-
menced-their work of improvement on
the interior of the Presbyterian church.
The furnace is in place and the work of
decorating the walls is under way.
Just received at Ball Demilly & Co.'s.
a fresh stock of Raisins, Prunes, Cur-
rants, Citrons and Evaporated Apples.
To the Deaf.
A rich lady. cured of her deafnesL and
noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his
Institute, so that deaf people unable to
procure the Ear Drums ma) have them
free. Address No. 1296 The Nicholson
Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York. 14-1y

Miss Blake's Sanitarium,
Next door north of Leon Hotel, open all
the year. Graduate nurses and first-
class accommodations. For particulars
apply to
31-6m Tallahassee, Fla.
For Sale.
Shetland Pony and Cart. Apply to
B. A. Meginniss. 37-3t
Stationery, latest styles, at Schrader's.

A Complete Line of...

Lowney's Chocolates and Bon
Bons, pleasing to the eye, to
the taste, and to the purse.

Car. A

Tramn Engine and
11 in good running
Can be bought at a

tf Tallahassee, Fla.

A Packet of Garden Seeds



A poisonous plant posse-sing certain mtdici -
nal qualities. 4 packet of Garten S-eds frte to
every person who formn the above jumbled"
letters into the correct name or t0Ve plant. Said
garden seed were raised on Maple Avenue Seed
Farm, silas W. Farnam. Proprietor. Correct
name of plant in .sealed envelope in care of
Editor Tallahasseean. (onte.t cloces December
1st, 19X0) In sendina- replies please give lull
address, and write plainly. Send answer to
Tallahassee, Fla.

Flo Tailorti, Low PriCes.
Cleaning and Repairing.

Capital Tailoring Co.,
W. H. FREELAND, Prop.,
Next to Express Office.

Save Your Money!

W7 rhmmm L -0



We have just received a new line of
solid gold and plated jewelry of all de-
scriptions. Call and inspect my stock.
Some of the latest Novelties in Heart
Jewelry at Sweeting's. Go and see
Huyler's Candies always fresh, at
Schrader's, sole agept forTallahassee.
Capital City Light & Fuel Co. will de-
liver until December 1st-Coke in 190
bushel lots for $11.00 cash. This is $3.50
less than the usual price. 32-tf
Fall in line. Get in the push!
Ti'ade at Wiht Bros. Store. Agave
the checks and g;t the cash.
Be sure to look at Ball, Demilly & Co.'s
line of Dress Goods, the best in the city
for the prices, before buying elsewhere.
36 2t
The finest disp'ay of cut glass that has
ever been in Tallahassee, is at Sweeting's.
J. A. Holloway, dealer in Pianos and
Organs, St. James Hotel. Sale and
ware rooms in Floridian Building. 36-tf
Sweeting has just received some of the
latest things in Mantle Clocks

Accept only the Green
Trading stamps. We are
here to stay.
An elegant line of q air Brushes,
guaranteed Tooth Brus es, at
Wight & Bro., Druggists.
"New Home" Ball Bearing
Sewing Machines, at Cil-
more & Davis Co.
A fresh lot of elegant crisp crackers,
all varieties, packages and bulk, just in
at T. B. Byrd's.
Cane Mills and Sugar Kettles, at Yae-
Cigars and Tobaccos, at Schraders.
If you want anything in Cut Glass,
Sweeting's is the place.
Cheap for cashi at T. J. Roberts'. on
Adams street, corn, oats. hay, bran,
cooked cow feed' flour in barrel and half
barrels. Besides this you will always
fihbi a choice line of groceries, cheap.
LOST-Ladies; Brown Cape and a
Chilll" Blue Dick Sack. between Mrs.
J. B. Collins and Capital. Finder will
please return to store of L. 0. Yaeger.

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Glen's Ready-made Trousers.
taken for Tailor.-mti SoL'ts.


the next sixty days we
our entire line of Dry
Is, Worsteds, Notions,
ling. Shoes, Shirts,
i Ladies Capes and all
r goods at cost, at Box'
's Bargain House. 36


;e Money uaIely
idy 'Guide to iives o.r and Speculators"
as our ).iilv Market Letter free of
pon application to
rge Skaller & Co.,
o. 70 Wall Street, IHew York.

"Gibsoni's Fruit


Fresh, pure and
delicious, at .

The Tallahassee Drug C.

Wood! Woodll Wood! l
All kinds of wood-lonr, 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 favma,
I am respectfully. G. H. Avzarrr,












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E is hereby givim that .the following described land will be sold at public auction on
N DAY, the .ld day of December. 1930, before the Court House door, during legal hours of
tlaha s-ee, in the cNxity of Leon, or so m:ich th-.,reof at will be neeessay to pay the
see city amount duw f'( taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such
d advertisement.


Owen............ ..
shine. agent.......... .'.
'FLh. Administrator ot Munro
s esta'te.......... ... ......
rpenter........... ......

Description, O0 -

T. C. Lot56. N. A ............ ...........
T. C. Lot 80. N. A..........................
T. C. Lot9., N Co. .....................
EastofT. C. Lot247, 0. P.......... .....

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341 -

W. D. WILSON. City Tax Collector.

Panacea M-dineral SpringI
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietoi

Rates, S1 .51 per"day; $8.00 per we
to $30.00 per month.
SpPci-il rats \will be given families or parties.
hat-k amects all trains at Sopchopoy Station on Ca
ha see and Georgia Riilroad.
S Excursion Rates.
The above roaAl is now giving the following low r
from Tallahassee: Goad to return from Saturday until
good for ten daya,.$2.00; roi I until September, $23.50.
All Modern Conveniences.
The hotel has just been enlarged, new mineral
pools built; hot awtd cold water in all room: b-'thi also
billiard and pool tooms; shuffla hoard, and in fact all
niences. Post oifice in hotel building. Telephone c
telegraph office. *Dtily mails, etc. Cuisine the best.
For further information, address


ek; S25.00

arrabelle, Talla-

ound trip rates
I Monday, $1.25;

and salt water
) given in hotel;
I modern conve-
ounection with

EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
Panacea. Pla.


Undertaken & Funoral Diz00toz
Next door to Gilmore & Davis Co., opposite Wighlit Bros. Drug Store.


Kzeps in stock all grades ot UndertAking Supplies, and guarantees satis-
faction. A portion of your patronage is solicited, and all orders will receive
promp attention.

Real Estate Agency,
9nn 000 aret of Timbered Land for sale in Middle. East and West .

st t9 00.


Has for sale his Fall %nd
Winter Styles of .





-~ I

e ses- ".Strtk- a p<
'se t I I a .ma I
"a Ja..l apo dr ,
tas u Is Walla to D*vide.

Itopyht U*. Iby B. lawla. L
it s tdis t from the floor
maj ors oMce., and he
,s _.._ t*wo or three times before
sOe If to get up his courage.
"" W n.r!"M called the major In
Sand cheery voice. Come rig t
.1By Oeotg., but what a comneiden
-what a coincidence! Not a minus e
SAP I at down to write you an e
.nag you to step down here. Th
surely such a thing as mental tel -

"You have owed me $1 for the la t
*rr month" stiffly replied the chirof
mist as he lugged out a bilL
"Just so--exactly-just so!" smil d
the major as he rubbed his. hands_
tther. *"Yes, air, about four months

ao you removed two corns from
right foot. The circumstance is p -
fectly fresh in my memory."
"And you said you'd pay me ne t
"I presume I did. Yes, 1 know di 1,
and I humbly apologize that it. slip d
mny mind. My dear man, permit me 0
may you $2-$3. $4. $5. I have a ch

According to a celebrated anatomy
there are upwards of 5.000.000 li'
glandsin the human stomach. TI
glands pour out the digestive jui,
which diemolve or digest the food. I-
digestion is want of juice, weakness
glads, need of helpto restore the be ih
f these organs. The best and moet
.al help is that given by Shaker Dig -
tive Cordial. Natural. become it m-
plies the materials needed by the glans
prepare the digestive juies. Becay e
it strengthens and Invigorates the glaas

dotheir-work done. Shaker DigestiVe
COrdial cures indigestion certainly 4d
PevmM-a'ntly. It does so by natural
aeaM., and therein lies the secret of t
wemderful andunvaried success.
Atd.jgiAta, price 10 cents to $1.0

bere for $250. You may uan, me $245
balance, and I shall be perfectly sat-
"I haven't got no $245." replied the
man, "and I only want what Is dueI
me. I'll go to the bank with you."
-Don't! Don't do It! I'd never for-
give myself for putting you to thbit
trouble. Yes: I was about to write you
a note. It was surely a curious thingt-
your coming down as you did. Doctor,
oyou know where I stood financially
four months ago?"
"Mighty hard up, 1 guess," was the
sullen reply.
"You've hit it Yes. sir. I was ro
hard up that I didn't own the shoes to
my feet. It was the hardest kind of
work for me to raise a dollar. Tlje
cold. cruel world sneered at me atid
called me a deadbeat, but there were
a few exceptions. You were '-ne. (n
my darkest hour you had confidence in
me. When I wanted those corns re-
moved, you didn't demand payment in
-1 wish I had!"
"No. sir. You trusted in my wordl.
and you didn't seek to humiliate 1m.
and you aroused my deepest gratitude.
I have offered to pay you five for one.
but I shall not stop there. It shall be
5.000 and more for one. Can you sell
out your business or give it away to-
-day or tomorrow
"Are you going to pay -me the dol-
lar?" sternly demanded the chiropodist.
"If you can't sell out, give it away,
lock it up. throw It out of the window!"
continued -the major as be walked
about the room. "My dear man. listen'
to me. Four months ago I was hard
mp for a quarter; today I have mil-
lions behind me-millions and millions.
J may be said to swim in gold."
"I'll be hanged if you look it!" i
"And how has the change been
brought about? By my indefatigable
genius. coupled with ambition. -I loor-
ed around for a ten strike. It was!a
little slow in coming, but 1 hit it At
last. What do you think of the Veal
Cutlet Tablet company; capital, $b,-
M00,000? There are the papers on ny
desk to perfect the organization. ad
apportion the stock -over $2.000,000
of the stock subscribed for in advance
at 70 cents on the dollar, and capitl-
Ists tumbling over each other to tae
i remaindapn rFnat l ma fnnflr*.


"Over what? I'm after my dollar."
Over.yop ppsi .-^ .-t asa secretary
of the company, at a salary of $10.000
a year. add you can begin work .tomor-
row. As an ofical you also hav first
cholce of 320.000 worth op stock. You
trusted Major Crotoot, ahd this Is the
result: this Isto your reward. Shake
hands again!"
*"Not by a durn sight! You might as
well give up trying to work any cold
deck In on. me. I want that dollar."
*"And it was my genius and my finan-
ciering which brought it about," said
the major as be rubbed his hands and
patted the chiropodist on the shoul-
der. "The thought came to me while I
was eating a real cutlet at my board-
ing house. Our veal tablets are exact-
ly what the name implies. We prepare
a cutlet for the table and then com-
prems it aud divide it into tablets. Ev-
ery box contains 25. and the price Is
15 cents. Two weeks hence they will
be on sale at every drug store in the
United States.'and all doctors will rec-
ommend 'em. You don't have to wait
for breakfast or dinner to get your cut-
let. Just drop a tablet into your mouth
and let it dissolve, and there you are.
Can be taken with you to church, Jec-
tures, balls, camp meetings or horse
races; should be In the han s of all
travelers, hunters, sailors and baseball
men. In less than three months they
will drive every other tablet out of
market. Invented, organized and nam-
ed in less than ten hours and bound to
pay divideifds of 50 per cent. My dear
- man"--
"Look here bow!" exclaimed the chi-
ropodist as he pounded on the table.
"I've come for my dollar! Don't try to
stuff' me, but cone down with the
"And the company had only been
named when I thought of you for the
position of secretary," mused the ma-
jor without seeming to have heard the
indignant protest. 'YQU were a man
who had trusted me. When others de.-
manded cash 'how. My heart swelled as 1 thought
of this, and I set the salary at $10.000
a year, payable aj#uarterlv in advance.

To remove a troublesome corn or bun
ion: Eirst soak the corn or bunion in
warm water to soften it, then pare it
down as cloeely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm twice daily; rubbing vigo-
rously for five minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should be worn for
a few days. to protect it from the shoe.
As a general liniment for sprains.
bruises, lamenan and rheumatism. Pain
Balm is unequaled. For sale by Wight
& Bro..and all medicine dealers.

Shall I draw you a cmeek for the first
The chiropodist looked at the major
as if wondering if he had met a crazy
"I said $10.000 a year. but If that is
not enough-if you feel that you ought
to have $20.000-speak right up. I
want you to be perfectly satisfied, you
know. Will $20,000 a year be enough?'
"What about my dollar?'
"The tablets will be a go. They can't
help but be. Let us walk out in the
hall while I tell you that the public
can't get enough of real cutlets in their
present form. They are always eager
for more. They want the taste of cut-
lets In their mouths as they go about
their daily routine. Fifteen cents a
box in order to compete with potash
lozenges, but a profit of 10 cents on
every box! Take the sales at 10.000,.-
000 boxes a year. and what do you
get? You want stock. You want at
"Not a blamed cent's worth! I want
my dollar!"
-"at least $20.000 worth of stock.
You shall have it. You have paid me
$1 to secure it. and don't you worry. It
will. be made in your name. and later
on- Excuse me."
The major stepped into his office and
shut the door.
"'Here. what's this?" called the chi-
The major locked the door.
"Look here. ydu old deadbeat! I
want that dollar'!"
The major sat down at his desk, and
lighted the stub end of a cigar.
"You come out of that and pay this
bill. o- I'll bust the door down!" shout-
ed the creditor as he gave two or three
The major calmly puffed away and
gazed out of the window, and the look
on his face would have reminded a be-
holder of buckwheat cakes and mo-
"Then I'll lay for you out here and
ptmnch your old head! Do you hear
The major did not hear. He was per-
fecting the organization of the Veal
Cutlet Tablet company and wondering
whether th Canadian general agency
should be placed in Toronto or Quebec.

What Women Admire In Men.
What we admire most in men Is a
loving appreciation of ourselves. The
most admirable man is he who makes
a comfortable home for the woman
who loves him and who delights to
make that home bright and cheery for
his sake, for, after all, it matters little
what we admire In men. It is what we
love in them that is the important fac-
tor in the well being of the world.-
Pall Mall Gazette.



There Are Ma-7 Kinds of ar= "
ments and Needles and a Great
Variety of Stitches Used in sLue
av-ing Operations.
Imagine a tailor who deliberately
plats to have the stitches he so careful-
ly sews give way at a certain time
Suppose he should use cue kind of
thread In a coat warranted to break in"
one week, another kind in the trousers
guaranteed to fail apart in a month
and using pernia ent material only in
making up a waistcoat. Yet this is ex-
actly what the surgeon does .every day.
Sutures, as the surgeon's thread is call-
ed, are made from various materials.
according to the requirements. Catgut.
silk thread, silkworm gut. silver wire.
\kangaroo tendons and horsehair are in
Catgut was at one time tobtaind'
from members of the feline tribe. As
Its use increased the supply ran sLhoit
Experiments showed tL;;t sheep fur-
nished an acceptable suhbsiitute. So,
catgut used by surgeons, jewelers 'and-
makers of musical instruments comes
now from the submucosa. or middle
layer of the intestine of a shiep.C It 19,
the most commonly used Af all sutur-
ing material. Catgut stitches are ab-,
sorbed in from live to seven .days. de.
pending on the individual uponuvhonm
they are used. In occasional instances
calgut stitches have ,been known to be
absorbed in 3t; hours. p.y treating it
with chroe:ic acid such a suture wlli
remain in position for many weeks.
Because of its adaptability and the
cheapness of the material catgut heads
the list of sur-gical threads.
Silkworm gut can be more thorough-
ly sterilized than any other known
suture material. In ureDarinu sutures
There is no pleasure in life if you
dread going to the table to eat and can't
rest at night on account of indigestion.
Henry Williams, of Boonville, Ind..
says he suffered that way for years, till
he commenced the use of Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure, and adds, "Now 1 can eat
anything I lke and all I want and sleep
soundly every night." Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure will digest what you eat. All

of all sorts the usual method is to toil
the material in ether, allow it to soak
for 24 hours. then place it in alcohol
for a day or two and follow this with
a bath of mercury solution. Notwith-
standing this thorough cleansing. the
microscope reveals germns still present
In varying numbers in many instances.
Silkworm sutuves show fewer micro-
organisms than other materials treated
in this way: hence it is highly recom-
mended for surgical work. The mate-
rial is extracted from a silkworm killed
immediately before it begins to weave
its cocoon. Unfortunately for sur-
geons. silkworm sutures are not ab-
sorbed. but remain permanently in
-place. For this reason its use Is re-
stricted to special work.
The short, tough tendons taken from
the tail of a kangaroo furnish surgeons
with a valuable thread. Kangaroo ten-
don stitches will hold fast for many
days. The time of absorption is esti-
mated from four weeks to two months.
Horsehair and silver wire sutures are
nonabsorbable. The fluids of the body
do not affect them in any way. and
once in place the stitches will remain
,until forcibly removed. By some it is
asserted that silver wire has distinct
antiseptic properties. Nitrate of silver
in solution is known to be a good ger-
micide. Hence It is argued that a sil-
ver salt injurious to germ development
Is formed by the contact of bqdy fluids
with silver wire. Thus stitch abscesses
are said to be of rare occurrence when
silver wire is utilized.

You can't afford to risk your life by
allowing a cough or a cold develop into
pneumonia or consumption. One Min-
ute Cough Cure will cure throat and
lung troubles quicker than any other
preparation known. Many doctors use
it as a specific for grippe. It is an '-
fallible remedy for croup. Children ike
it and mothers endorse it. All dealers.


. 1900..


Cannot be Csst O

Removed wth


Surgical operate and flesh destroying ast are useless, painful and dangerous, and besides, never cure Cancer.
No matter how often a cancerous sore removed, another comes at or near the same point, and always in a worse
Does not this prove conclusively that Cancer s a blood disease, and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated,
blood trouble by cutting or burning out thesore, which: after all, is only an outward sign of the disease-a place of
pp a Cancer runs in families through many Venersati and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable
tineto be stricken with the deadly malady.

Only Biood Diseases can e Transmitted from-One Generation to A*th
-further proof that Cancer is a disease th blood.
To cure a blood disease likethis you cure the entire blood system--remove every trace of the poison. Nothing a
- Ca-:-- effectually and permanently but S. S.. .
'. S. S. enters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No mere t
or ordinary blood medicine can o this. S. 4. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly pa"
allowing the sore to heal naturally and pe antly. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and buildsup the general he
A little pimple, a harmless looking wart or mole, a lump in the breast, a cut or bruise that refumti
heal under ordinary treatment, should all be looked upon with suspicion, as this is often the beginnj
gSa- a bad form of cancer. -
Mrs. Sarah M: Keesling,. 4t Windsor Ave.. Bri-tol. Tenn., writes: "I -
am 41 years old, and for thfe years had suffered with a severe form of
.. Cancer on my jaw, which th1 doctors in this city said was incurable, and
S' that I could not live more then six months. I accepted their statement as
i true, and had given up all hbpe of ever being well again, when my drug-
gist. knowing of my conditi4 recommended S. S. S. After taking a few
bottles the sore began to heat much to the surpri-c of th- phb.-si-ians, and
In a short time made a comply te cure. I hae gained i:i .cs':. my appetite
is splendid, sleep is refreshing -i'fact. am enjoying perfect he alth."
Our medical d ent is in charge of phvsit anis of long
*. experience, who are ially skilled in treating Cancer and other blood diseases. Write for any a d
iet iormaihon wanted, we make no charge w ever for this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA.
wt_; -A

tinuotis suiure. suncuticuiar surte.
'Turse string and figure eight sutures.
'"jembert and Czerney sutures. As the
seamstress selects an appropriate
stitch for a seam. a buttonhole or iDi
edging, so the surgeon chooses in form-
ing his life saving stitches.--New York

A .Lazy Iemar.
I once had a conve;r:.ation. said an
Isle of Man bank nman.lcr. speaking
of Hall Caine. with two old friends of
mine. a farmer and his buxomn wife,
who live within a few yards of Greoba
castle. the gre:!t Manx author's rcsi-
dence. Hall (nine hadl jut t-aken up
his aliode in his new houe,. and I start-
ed the conlvrsi nation by -a dyingg tothe
worthy farmer and wife:
"So you have the great 1al Caine
near you nov. ?""
Farmer and Wife- Aye, man.
Farmer's Wife-And what tremlenjus
style they are keeping.' It's ai-azliig.
Farmer-And what's lie doing for a
living, MAr. -? I.
Bank Manager greatly astonished)-
What. don't you know he is a popular
Farmer-And what's that?
Bank Manager--Why, lie writes sue-
cessful books.
Farmer (with a line show of con-
tempt)-The lazy beggar!
I need hardly say. concluded my
correspondent, that I collapsed.

Time as a'Sculptor.
A portrait traced by nature on a wo-
man's tombstone, says The Scots Pic-
torial, has recently been discovered in
Jedburgh graveyard, near the famous
abbey. The stone was erected in 17,8S
by a worthy baille of Jlethart to the
memory of his wife. Alison Renwick.
The slow finger of time has worn away
most of the facing on the front of the
stone, and part of it is overgrown with
moss, which has outlined the features.
Local opinion favors the view that the
face is a likeness of the good old lady
who sleeps beneath. a theory which
has at least the merit of being difficult
of disproof, since no one living can pos-
sibly have seen her.

Carrying Out the Rule.
"Some editor who has been giving
advice to people on how to live to be
old says that one of the main rules to
follow is to go away from the table at
each meal feeling as if you could eat
"Well, say, if that's right, every fel-
low at our boarding house ought to
live to be a hundred!"-Cleveland Plain
Too Lively.
Mr. Corntossel-I can't understand
these here theater troopers.
Mr. Meddergrass-What is the mat-
Mr. Corntossel-Why, they advertised
this here drummer of "Th' Black Vow
of Vengeance" as havin plenty of life
in it an blame if they didn't kill 16

Silk thread, suen as Is used by tal- people in th' first
lores. but of the finest quality and of car
larger caliber, is frequently used. The
stitches are practically nonabsoriable, Many people we
though at times no trace of the thread lieve they have
has been found in the tissue at the ex- chances are that
piration of a year. right but their- st
To accommodate this assortment of digest food. Kod
threads special varieties of needles are geSts what you 4
naturally required. A surgeon's "house- formation of ga
wife" contains needles that would stomach press aga
scarcely be recognized as such by the cure every form
uninitiated. Besides the needles curv- dealers-
ed li different segments of a circle.
surgeons use needles shaped like
spears. javelins and hayonet points. A presidential
Some areas long as bodkins. terminat- receives the sum
ing In a point like a miniature knife in attendance at
blade. Others have the sharpened end "10 cents per ml
triangular, with the apices of the an- place of residence
gles sharpened to a razor edge. Some route to the plact
few are formed like ordinary sewing -
needles, but made of greater tensile NOTICE OF
strength, UBSUANT TO A
Instead of a thimble a surgeon uses P circuit Court,.
an instrument called a needle holder. S in'Sd for
sitting, entered Octol
It is shaped like a pair of scissors, the cause entitled John P
points of which are blunt clamps. The anley s TruStees. c
needle is held fast between the jaws defeodantsthe nmde
of the clamps until released by opening said court w1ll sel
hiwhp,.t- iddpr fht ~

act.-Baltimore Amer-

orry because they be-
heart disease. The
their hearts are all
stomachs are unable to
ot Dyspepsia Cure di-
eat and prevents the
as which makes the
inst the heart. It will
of indigestion. All

elector in New York
n of $15 for each day
Albany. together with
ile each way from hisl
e by the most traveled
e of meeting."

second Judicial Circut of
Leon county. in chancery
ber 15th, 100, in certain
.Contrell and Beekman V.
complalnant, and/Georg%
ent Company, and other,
resigned. Master in Chancery
l1 at public auction, to the
ash bp=AW t1ha Odulpt l----- .4


SW 4 and the E.., except 20 acres of section 14; for principal an; interest h
seeC on il:. exempt the N W' w: together wirh the i forpincipl ana olnterest as such trc!ase,
rig t,: members i d rtis of the whole naount reu be
ari Xt.ebr.p nl,liltrtenae-;. hcrebv 'f r principal and interest-.11 10 all
al the reversions and remainders, rents, issue ,ts tanrhdng bonteis and oU t I:pn onalt s
I lt:o-e itact. and parcels of land situate. I hth, l nO. Jn .. ''. EHNA.D.
lyvi gand becig in the county of Ft: n'din, and FRED. 1vs. alah tr in chancery.
Mat- -of -lorida. anux i ore particularly de--rilled FeE-RI. T.s Y, ltrtt-e, Florila
as llows, to- iw i: A F a ,
iowvn-.hip -3 >outh, ran- e :t we-t. tlie Ni.. of ''4- t lint's Soicitor-.
the and the I iof tile 1 and the i
5V> 4 o; the NW!'. of section :i2.
w ship i; so.,th, range : uest, 120 acr-s of i n l t Circuit Court ot tlte secondd Judi-
set un: and 2o ;r.S el 0t1eton t). or()litimmefm -n ci;l Circuit e:f Florla in inld fortifare
ing tt the northwe-t leonij" o .tid s-ction and County of Leon. -I .'hanery.
run. ra-t aiong the lht of said -ectiou to lie C -
lmi:lad, thnc.-ti.oWiwi aid t 1'ardsCar- Thomas A. Hill j Complainant
rabile ~ ma" )point where rutnilini:i line' parallel vs. -Divorce
wii the noith l.awe fronim l-inI to the nest. Mary Hill \ Detendaut.
lint)of:.ait secitn.., anld thence north on weu Uct IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEARtRT
l.n lto the staring r oin-:, will make (2(_X) tw.o I the allidavit of attorney torcomnilaiiliiaitht
hut iedn acrres tle residence of said defendant, M.ry Hill is M
li tiwlhship b .outh. r-ange 1 west. section 1, known; that there is no pTers.n in .-aid .-tac t
il.t ."a of --ction 12, sect ons *_ ,:I and 11: N I \,'I r-e-ice- of a .subp na upon whOlio would bi t
of s ciou l:3. section ;:). "said defendant; and that saii defendant iso
I townshipG outl, rang-e w -t.seetion _,. theaceof twenty-one ve'ars. It is therefore tc.
the .f .c-etion *219, the I ., of ect;on :,0. :ec- alered that said defendant Maryv iHill band
tio1 ,:1.,2 atid3 3 is hereby required to to the ,ill of .
1i t shiplshp 7 -outh, rin:e : westsection 06. i li:lnt herein n Monda. the : .av of wew-
a township 7-cuth.iange 5 wet. sion etio L I br. A. i. i.0o;): and that this or;ler be pb.
1 town-hip 7 stfilth, r.tnge 7 w.-t, S ct'ion- 20, i shed once a week for eight successive weekst
21, 5,26,'27.!'28aiid29. *The Weekly Tallahassecan," a newspaper
i t..wAi-hp 7 i-outih.range west. :,'tion 1-2. plblit '11 Uii iied. Oicdii- half ('. i:tr.-r-t of. inall to county.
thu certain island in Apalathicola !y knoiwnis' Witnless Council A. Bryan Clerk of said Court
". V I island being the-san .. land conveyed to and the seal thercot this :Ui day of
li amin 1l. Curti.< by ChariC- hlli-, the palachitola LandI Cumpaity by dbetl <(at-d COUNCI A. iBRYAN,
the th day of January. 18!t. saving and ex- oU A. lAr
eep iig thereflnm. l:owever. the outhlwe-t.quar- State of Florida.
ter t the -outheast quarter. and the -outt wa-t county of Lon. I Council A. Ilrvan, (erk Of
ui ter of the so ithwe-t quarter. of ection101 1, the Circuit Court in and for the couiitv aforeai
Salc that !art of the western end ot faid'Island do hereby certify that the a.ove and frngoing i
be-i l ive acres. mort or lesa. reserved by the a true copy of the <,rigii a!order ol publication iS
iULn I states Governm, nt tor lighthoue- pur- the L6eot Tlomas A. Hill vs. Mary- Hill, of
SpX d; al-o all that prar-el of land situate oil tlie record and on tile in my oflle.
Sno i .-ide of said Dog Wand in section (2) two, in testimony her-of I have h' set tv hamnd
tow -hip eight (8) southh range lour 14) west. and affixed the -eal of stid; ltA
an described as follows: Be.inning at a sta.e [SEAL.] this 3d day of October. A. ID l!M.
att water edge at mean high tide. and rnn COUNcil. A. BRiYA.
the e at right angles to the line oi the shore 3-2-m. Clerk
ou t, urty-five degrees and filty-tive minutes
ea four hundred feet, thence north hrty-:our
deg '%- five minute. ea-t.eight hundred feet to a STATEXEIINT.
Ssta *, thence nrth lorty-tevc degrees> fifty five
miu es wet. four hundred and forty-seven eet Xade Under Section 36, Chapter 4113 Law
to stake. at the water edge at mean high tide. of Floridaf(1893.)
thile along the line of the shore at mie mn h gh Showing the amount of taxes charged to the
tid to the ioint of leginn.ngcuntain ng s-even Tax Collector of Leon county. Fiorto, to t*
and lory-five o.e huudredthbsacres,mote orles.s, collected f.r the current year 1-9, and Eth
:og< her with the rights,.membe s.privileges and apportionment of theu ane to the se, ver
3111 rteniices and1 th n.rversiots and remain- fund& for whichi-uch taxei havbeen In lied
d.-t, rents. i-s.ue-, and profit- thereof. includinir poll ta, with county school foo',
A ho-e tract- or parcels of land. situate in the Total amount charred for taxes ib'9... $10.8r 7
cou iy of Wakulla and ?-tate of Florida, which Total collected to July 3,19UM) ...-....17;15 61
are known and l14rticularly described as follows.
I toh- p hBe balance ................... ..
)I township 2 south. ra-eve I west, the NW14 a
and %of U-.eeS"Y4of -ection 21_; the M% of AP'oCaT.
se-t nU3. General revenue.......... Kea 46(
I t.wnship 2 south, range 2 west., sections 19., Am't paid to July 31. IlI.. 5,573 HiL $l,15
2o. I'; section 22. except plot number 144 in oinking..nd Interest Fund 47. bZ
Hil niville towrsite according to the map Ain't paid july .L 1900.. 50.V 1n- 5528
thel f tiled in the office of the Clerk of Wakulla Fines and Forteitures..... 7 .91 41
coU y: section 213 except lots numbers 89. 18S Amot paid to July 3. 19W.. .2= 42- 469 2
and 91, nndplots numbers 113. 114 and 181 Koat'iS and Bridges....... .2.2.:3 13
in llitardville townite. according to the map Ain't paid to July 3, 1900.. 1,im7 4t-- :7,5 19
the oI filed in the ollice of the Clerk of Wakulla .ou'ity 4-h tai 'Tax........ ".W.) ti
cou y;,section24ex-eptplotsnumbers149 and Ain't paid to Juiy 3. Ilgu.. 7,(il 39- .538
1. i n Hilllardville towtvrnie according t> the
mai thereof filed in the ottice% if the Clerk of S3.5W(iT
Wa Ilia county: see ions 27, 28. 29.),:3,1.:32, Attest: COUNCIL A. BRYAN.
33.; ;sectinm 25 excei.t the NW' anI tl.e NF4 Clerk of the Circuit C-nurt. Leoncounty, Fla
of t NE 4;section 26 except the NW!.
I ownship2 south. range : w,.-t. section 22; TNDER AND BY VIR'lUOF A WARRANT
sect m 23 except ilot number 182 in Hilliard- ) i..iie In the Comptroller of the State of
vilii townaite. n-eeording to the map thereof r-lorida bearin- date the 5th day of October. A.
lile in the office o the Clerk of Wakulla county; D1. 18rj2 and directed to ine ;as sheriff of Leon
sect ins 24'25,27, 4. :- : a'-d :i; county. Fiorida. and therein and thereby comn-
I )wnshi .2south. range 4 wc-t. sc.tions 'q0 mianduing ite as sheriff as aforesaid to collect
21, 23,24.2-.,21 27,2 ,2'.,31, 32 :9i,:-l,;e.' from the Florida centrall and Peninsular ltail-
an 10 id Company formerly known as the Florida
I township 2 south. range i. west, section 2-;. Railway and Navigation Comiany embracitz the
I township 3 iouth, range wet.-t, cutions ;, lints or divisions thereof. known as the .Jackson-
'7, 18, l ). 20.21. :, :l :::' vilie. 1'ensacola and Mobile Railroad, the Flor-
I' ow'ship3 soutlh,range :;; west, all of this ida ('entnratnd Western Railroad, the Florida
tow ip. centrall Railroad. the Atlantic Gulf andl We~t
i l hip 3 south, range 4 iest. sections 1, India Tr.isit Railroad, by lev and al of tme
2.3 1.5,6 pthie s.h, ro sections s; -vetionI; !I, o shopl-,ixtures.rohlinig stotk or any- !rt tliereof
11. .5; the NYof 16; the N'..o I17; so action S; or the entire ro:ador such art theretf a.s maybe
ex t one hundred (iOO) acres, except also the located in this State belonging to said comlay
'' ,s for'y (40) acn., except alo tle E'-. of the-umof iinetv-six thousand one Ihundrol and
the W y and the N E: sc; ion 20, the S. ol eighty-one dollars andsixty- nine cent, 1.ii 11l.-
sectf n 21-.sections 22.. :1.21, 28,261 27 excei.t () that being the amount of state andi county
the %.4 of the SE,1; section 28 arid the Eh'.of taxes as .essed against the Florida liailway and
sectn n29. Navigation Company embracing ; the iinei lI township 3 south, rang-. 5 west. SW!4j of visions thereof formerly known is thle Jackon-
secton 1, the W%. of section 12, except 40 viile Pensaeolaand Mobile Railroa., the Flor-
acr ida Central aind Western Railroad, the Florida
il township 4 south, range 2 west. the SE 'Central Railroad, and the Atlantic .;ulf :ind
andkhe W%~of the NE3 and thi'NE'j of the NE 1 est India Transit Railroad. now v-oi-tituting
andhetion ; the 1 of the NW of section the Florida Central and Peninsular liailroi:a.iun-
14: 1 of sections 15, 10.17 and 18 except sixty der the provisions of Chapter 335S, laws of
(60e section 19 except the SW4 of the SW Florida, for the years 1879,. 1S.SO and 1..1-
34. dexctua also one hundred and forty (140) which amount is now due and unpaid, t<(zether
aer sections 8, 9 except the WM' of the W of with the costs and expenses of sale as provided
SW *2 10,20,21 e=x.4pt the SW of the SWN'4; by law. I have levied upon and will sell in front
a: 22.,2' except the NV3 o? tthe SEx4: see- of the court house door in the city of T.-llaimasse6
exep. the N %. of the NWM .section 29, during the legal hoars of sale on Mol, hay the 5th
see 30 except the Iy, of the and the day o November, A. D. 1900M. thle foio"'jig de-
W if the NWI: section 31 except the SEV4 and scribed property of the said Florida ( central and
the ,of the SW4:; section 32; section 33, ex- Peninsular Railroad Company. to wit: The r.iil-
c ce the SW t ana the W% of the SEY an.d Si~4 road from Jacksonville to Chattahoochcc river
Sof teNE :s&ectioc It except the N W4 and N with branches to Monticello and St. Mark-. in-
y othe Wi: the W14of section 26 except the eluding the road bed. right-of-way, rolling stock,
N w4 of iteSWi4t o depots, shops and appurtenances: also the rajl"
lIttown.ship4 south, range 3 west, sections 3,: road from Fernandina to Cedar Keys and from
4,541, 7. 8: the N of section 13; sect,-ns 14, Waldo to O(cala including the road l.e, right-ot-
l 15, B 17, 18,19,2U. 21 and 22, way, roiling stock, depots, shops and al; purtn-
Ixntownship4-south. i eange 4we4t. sections 1, M. This 2d day of October. A. D. 11e00.
2. 3'1so fractional section G east of the tcklo,-k- JOHN A. PEARCE,.
uee tiver ;the E/ of sec*ion 10, also sections 11, 2-4t Sherifl Leon County. Florida.
12, 3, 14, 15, 16 except SW3. 23. 24. 25, 26; Thie above 'ale postloaed to MIouday, the
alsiathe EY of section 27. also section 35, also 3d day of December, A. 0. 1900.
the'Wi and SW% and NE ofi section 36. JOHN A PEArCE.
townshipp 5 south, range :3 west, the WV4 of Sheriff Leon Cuunty, Fla.
Sthe W34. the S4 of the SEM of the SW), the- E This November 5th, 1i00".
/ oSthe NE34, the WI of the 8W34 of the N KE4.
tle ieEof theSE andthe RY, of the i4 of
the ofsection 13; the NW4, dhe W+and An Ordinance Levying a Tax for the
ithe of the SW. the an the W4 of General Expenses orf the City Gov-
t oewnship5 mouth, range west, all of see- ernment.
the ffKU and the of the NEK of seeton [2. Be it Ordained by the City Council of tUc City of
Together with the ght, members. privileges Tahae:
and m purtenances, and the reversions and re- SECTION L That nine and one quarter (9~
i r ent' I~-ases and rts thereof. mills be levied upon all taxable property witi
S Iti pro led In s.aid eeee among other the corporate limits of the City ofTallanassee fr
S*s: .adl.oer ta be atlberty toseltExpenses of ethe city Gove'nment.-
-ita d w gqclpropety -a whole or intwo or the year 1901: Provided, however. That the

parcels and sld Master ay either person- levy of the above tax. in so far as the same is to
an lyby mryanepJanUthetaed byhim and pay the expenses of lighting the city. shall not be
inn a ebalf. adjourn sale from taken as indicate any purpose to use ga tor
time without further advertmmement but any particular time, and shall not. in any wie.
Sonilo request of the oamplainants or their affect the right of the city to stop using gas at any
B &1-.Jfr^- n* kr khjv nr *t nf t&i ermM' nT. illJAOP #4-- i


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38DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900..
ef '. ____


2*1 S'^ strike. a Genuine
d eA'nd- .-Divides. *r Pro.,
le hat l. Wuun to Divide.
S*5th-US ChMWDestt.

^It WM*tbo tr4podist from the floor
ve themS office, and he passed
4" or to or three times' before
e In It to get up his courage.
n am W"r called the majqr in a
a d cheery voice. "Co me right
B George, but what a coincidence
-what a coincidence! Not a minute
S I sat down to write you; a note
g you to step down here.! There
S sorely such a thing as ment I teleg-

"You have owed me $1 for the last
&Wmounths." stiffly replied the chirop-
*ust as he lugged out a bilL
"Just so-exactly-just so!" smiled
the major as he rubbed his. h: nds to-
OWer. "Yes, sir, about four months

ago you removed two corns f
right foot. The circumstance
feetly fresh in my memory."
"And you said you'd pay
"I presume I did. Yes. 1I kno'
and 1 humbly apologize that it
my mind. My dear man, permit
=ay you $2-$3. $4. $5. 1 have

bm my
is per-

e next

I did,
me to

According to a celebrated tomist
there are upwards of 5.000.0 little
glands in the human stomach These
glande poor out the digestive juices
which diolve or digest the f In-
digestion is want of juice, w esnof
glands, need of help to restore healthh
of these organs. The best and nat
1=al help is that given by Shak Diges-
tiveCordzal. Natural, because it sup-
plies the materials needed by glands
o prepare the digestive juices.
It strengthens and invigorates glands
and thestomach, until they ableto
do their work alone. Shaker gestive
Cordial cures indigestion y and
permn" tly. It does so by nature
means,-and therein lies the qcfciti
wmderful andunvaried success.
At druggists, price 10 cents $1.0(
per botle.7
bere for $250. You may hanad ie $245
balance, and I shall be perfectly satis-
Led." a
"I haven't got no $245." replied the
man, "and I only want what. IS due
me. I'll go to the bank with yvu."
"Don't! Don't do It! I'd nefer for-
give myself for putting you jo that
trouble. Yes; 1 was about to w ite you
a note. It was surely a curious thing-
your coming down as you did. 4)octor,
you know where I stood financially
four months ago?"
"Mighty hard up. 1I guess," 'as the
sullen reply. '
"You've bit It. Yes, sir. I was so
bard up that I didn't own the Ooes to
my feet. It was the hardest kind of
work for me to raise a dollar. The
cold, cruel world sneered at le and
called me a deadbeat. but thee were
a few exceptions. You were one. In
-my darkest hour you had coufi ence in
me. When I wanted those cqrns- re-
moved,, you didn't demand payment in
-1 wish I had'!
"No, sir. You trusted in mg word
and you didn't seek to humilii te me
and you aroused my deepest gr titude
I have offered to pay you five or one.
Sbut I shall not stop there. It ball be
&,000 and more for one. Can ou sel
.ut your business or give it arway to
day or tomorrow#
-Are you going to pay me e dol
lar?" sternly demanded the chi podist
"If you can't sell 'out. give i away
lock it up, throw it out of the w dow!'
continued the major as be alked
about the room. "My dear ma listen
-to me. Four months ago I w har
ap for a quarter; today I ha e mil
blons behind me-millions and millions
j may be said to swim in gold.'
,I'll be hanged if you look it.
"And how has the chang beei
g$rought about? By my indef tigabl
menius, coupled with ambition. I look
4d around for a ten strike. I was
little slow in coming, but I t it a
jas. What do you think of e Vea
cutlet Tablet company; capt $5
00,000? There are the paper n m
desk to perfect the orgpnint u and
apportion the stock over ,000
4t the stock subscribed for in vanc
at 70 cents on the dollar, and pital
Ms tumbling over each other o tak
the remainder. Doctor. let me pngrai

r. -

shut the door.
*"Here, what's this?" called the chi- You can't afford to risk your life by
Sropodist, allowing a cough or a cold develop into
locked the door pneumonia or consumption. One Min-
The major locked the door. ute Cough Cure will cure throat and
I "Look here. ydu old deadbeat! I lung troubles quicker than any other
want that dollar!" preparation known. Many doctors use
The major sat down at his desk and it as a specific for grippe. It is an W&
lighted the stub end of a cigar, fallible remedy for croup. Children like
"You come out of that and pay this it and mothers endorse it. All dealers.
* bill. or I'll bust the door down!" shout- silk thread, suchl as Is used by tal-
e* d the creditor as he gave two or three lors. but of the finest quality and of
e kicks, larger caliber, is frequently used. The
1 The major calmly puffed away and stitches are practically nonabsor able,
gazed out of the window, and the look though at times no trace of the thread
on his face would have reminded a be- has been found in the tissue at the ex-
- holder of buckwheat cakes and mo- piration of a year.
Classes. To accommodate this assortment of
, "Then I'll lay for you out here and threads special varieties of needles are
punch your old head! Do you hear naturally required. A surgeon's "house.
me?" wife" contains needles that would
a The major did not hear. He was per- scarcely be recognized as such by the
d fecting the organization of the Veal uninitiated. Resides the needles curv-
- Cutlet Tablet company and wondering ed in different segments of a circle.
L whether th Canadian general agency surgeons use needles shaped like
should be placed in Toronto Or Quebec. spears. javelins and bayonet points.
n M. QUAD. Some are as long as bodkins. terminat-
e ing In a point like a miniature knife
What Women Admire In Men. blade. Others have the sharpened end
a What we admire most in men is a triangular, with the apices of the an-
t loving appreciation of ourselves. The gles sharpened to a razor edge. Some
l most admirable man is he who makes few are formed like ordinary sewing
a comfortable home for the woman needles, but made of greater tensile
y who loves him and who delights to strength.
d make that nome bright and cheery for Instead of a thimble a surgeon uses
0 his sake, for, after all, it matters little an instrument called a needle holder.
e what we admire in men. It is what we It Is shaped like a pair of scissors, the
l. love in them that is the Important fac- points of which are blutit clamps. The
e tor in the well being of the world.- needle is held fast between the jawn
. Pall- Mali Gazette- of the clamps until released by opening
thea two, hlInd a*% a.b.oanj *... "r.Ya

- "ar -i r ^ff W~- -.?;.**..- ^-j .- -


no bie Cut 0


Removed wih

"Over wat rI'm after my dollar." SURGEONS' T1RRAI1
"Ov- you0 appo-tr-t as secretary

of t ar my. sa t aU a Of MATERIALS THAT ARE OSED TO
row. As an official you also have first -UP CUTS AND WOUNDS. &
choice of $20.000 worth of stock. You '
trusted Major Crofoot. ahd this Is the Vbere Are MaMy Kiads* of 121
result: this Is your reward. Shake meats and Needles and a Great
hands again!" variety of Stitches Used S in Le
"Not by a durn sight! You might as Sav-ing Operations*
well give up trying to work any cold Imagine a tailor who deliberately
deck in on me. I want that dollar."
"And it was my gens and my O a- plans to have the stitches he so careful.
ciering which brought It about," said ly sews give way at a certain time
the major as be rubbed his bands and Suppose lie should use rne kind of
patted the chiropodist on the shoul- thread in a coat warranted to break In'
der. "The thought came to me while I one week, another kind in the trousers
was eating a real cutlet at my board- guaranteed to fall apart in a month
Ing house. Our veal tablets are exact- and using pernianent material only in
ly what the name Implies. We prepare making up a waistcoat. Yet this is ex-
a cutlet for the table and then com- actly what the surgeon does .every day.
prems it aud divide it into tablets. Ev- Sutures, as the surgeon's thread is call-
ery box contains 25. and the price is ed, are made from various materials.
15 cents. Two weeks hence they will according to the requirements. Catgut.
be on sale at every drug store in the silk thread, silkworm gut, silver wire.
United States, and all doctors will rec- kanugaroo tendons and horsehair are in
ommend 'em. You don't have to wait common use.
for breakfast or dinner to get your cut- Catgut was at one tine ubtaincd"
let. Just drop a tablet into your mouth from members of the feline tribe. As
and-let It dissolve, and there you are. Its use iicieased the supply ran sh4rt.
Can be taken with you to church, Jee- Experiments shv-wed thL;i sh(p fur-
tures, balls, camp meetings or horse nished an a.-C.table substitut. So -
races; should be in the hanis of all catgut used by suirg-ons. jewelers and-
travelers, hunters, sailors and baseball makers of musical instrnumeuts comes
men. In less than three months they now from the suhbmuco.<:. or EaiddiJ4
will drive every other tablet out of layer of the intestine of a sheep. It idi
market. Invented, organized and nam- "the most conmmouly used of all sutur-
ed In less than ten hours and bound to lug material. Catgut stitches are ab-,
pay of 50 per cent. My dear sorbed in from live to seven .days. de-
man"- pending on .the individual upounv'hom
"Look here how!" exclaimed the chl- they are used. In occasional instances
ropodist as he pounded on the table. a In no n to e
catgut stitches have ieen known to be
"I've come for my dollar! Don't try to absorbed in 3G; hours. By treating it
stuff me, but come down with the acid such a suture
cash!"with ro acid such a s
And th company had only bn remain in position for many weeks.
"And the company had only been datablity and the
named when I thought of you for the Because of its adaptability and thea
position of secretary," mused the ma- heapness of the material catgut head
jor without seeming to have heard the the list of sug l
p .Silkworm gut can be more thorough-
indignant protest. "You were a man ly sterilized than an:" other known
who had trusted me. When others de- matrl. In sutur
suture material. In i)reDarin! suturlsf
manded cash flown. you gave me a --
show. My heart swelled as I thought There is no pleasure in life if vou
of this. and I set the salary at $10.000. dread going to the table to eat and can't
a year, payable ,uarterlv in advance. rest at night on account of indigestion.
Henry Williams, of Boonville, Ind..
says he suffered that way for years, till
To remove a troublesome corn or bun he commenced the use of Kodol Dys-
ion: Eirst soak the corn or bunion in pepsia Cure, and adds, "Now 1 can eat
warm water to soften it, then pare it anything I lke and all I want and sleep
down as cloeely as possible without soundly every night." Kodol Dyspepsia
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's Cure will digest what you eat. All
Pain Balm twice daily; rubbing vigo- dealers.
rously for five minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should be worn for of all sorts the usual method is to Iotw
a few days. to protect it from the shoe. the material in ether, allow it to soak
As a general liniment for sprains, for 24 hours. then place it in alcohol
bruises, lamene and rheumatism. Pain for a day or two and follow this with
Balm is unequaled. For sale by Wight a bath of mercu solution Notwith-
& Bro. .and all medicine dealers. a bath of me ury solution. Notwit
standing this thorough cleansing. the
Shall I dPuw you a caeck for the first microscope reveals germs still present
quarter'." in varying numbers in many instances.
The chiropodist looked at the major Silkworm sutures show fewer micro-
as if wondering if he had met a crazy organisms than other materials treated
Sman. in this way: hence it is highly recom-
S"1 said $10.000 a year. but if that is mended for surgical work. The mate-
not enough-if you feel that you ought rial is extracted from a silkworm killed
I to have $20.000-speak right up. I immediately before it begins to weave
1 want you to be perfectly satisfied, you its cocoon. Unfortunately for sur-
I know. Will $20,000 a year be enough?" geons. silkworm sutures are not ab-
"What about my dollar?' sorbed. but remain permanently in
"The tablets will be a go. They can't place. For this reason Its use is re-
help but be.- Let us walk out in the stricted to special work.
hall while 1 tell you that the public The short. tough tendons taken from
can't get enough of veal cutlets in their the tall of a kangaroo furnish surgeons
present form., They are always eager with a valuable thread. Kangaroo ten-
for more. They want the taste of cut- don stitches will hold fast for many
lets in their mouths as they go about. days. The time of absorption is esti-
their daily routine. Fifteen cents a mated from four weeks to two months.
box in order to compete with potash Horsehair and silver wire sutures are
lozenges, but a profit of 10 cents on nonabsorbable. The fluids of the body
every box! Take the sales at 10,000,. do not affect them in any way. and
000 boxes a year. and what do you once in place the stitches will remain
Sget? You want stock. You want at until forcibly removed. By some it is
least"- asserted that silver wire has distinct
"Not a blamed cent's worth' 1 want antiseptic properties. Nitrate of silver
amy dollar!" in solution is known to be a good ger-
-"at least $20.000 worth of stock, micide. Hence it is argued that a sil-
You shall have it. You have paid me ver. salt injurious to germ development
$1 to secure it. and don't you worry. It is formed by the contact of btdy fluids
will be made in your name, and later with silver wire. Thus stitch abscesses
on- Excuse me." are said to be of rare occurrence when
The major steppedl into his office and silver wire is utilized.

tinuotis sulure, slncutlnemr sulcrj
1urse string and figure eight suture.
tLembert and Czerney sutures. As tl)
seamstress selects an appropriate '
stitch for a seam. a buttonhole or afl
edging, so the surgeon chooses in form-
ing his life saving stitches.--New York

A lazy i eg,-r.
I once had a conveir.ationi. said ati
Isle of Man bank mnimana r, slpea'kinm
of Hall Caine, with two old friends of
mine. a fanmer and his buxom wife.
who live within a few yards of Greei'b
castle. the gre:!t -MaItx iuthor's (Sij-
deuee. lHlll Caine had j.ust tai:en up
his abide in his new hlou-e. ;ilnd I start-
ed tlme covers: tion b 1)': yiug to tlh'
worthy farmer and wife:
"So l you have tlle great HIal C(aile
near you novw ?"
Farnmer and oman.
Farmer's Wife- And wha: t tremuenjus
style they are keeping: It's allazilg.-
'arw'er-And whl-il's 'he doing for a
living, Mr. --? .
Bank Manager greatly astonished)-
What. don't you know lie is a popular
Farmer-And what's that?
Bank Manager-Why. lie writes suc-
cessful book.
Farmer (with a line show of coun-
tempt)-The lazy beggar!
I need hardly say. concluded my
correspondent, that I collapsed.

Time a 'Sculptor.
A portrait traced by nature on a wo-
man's lombbtone, says The Scots Pic-
torial. has recently been discovered ixn
Jedburgh graveyard. near the famous
abbey. The stone was erected in 178>s
by a worthy bailie of .Jethart to the
memory of his wife. Alison Renwick.
The slow finger of time has worn away
most of the facing on the front of the
stone, and part of it is overgrown with
moss, which has outlined the features.
Local opinion favors the view that thin
face is a likeness of the good old lady
who sleeps beneath, a theory whicli
has at least the merit of being difficult
of disproof, since no one living can pos
sibly have seen her.

Carrying Out the Rule.
"Some editor who has been -ivin;
advice to people on how to live to b4
old says that one of the main rules t
follow is to go away from the table al
each meal feeling as if you could ea
"Well, say, if that's right, every fel
low at our boarding house ought to
live to be a hundred!"-Cleveland Plaite
Too Lively.
Mr. Corntossel-I can't understand(
these here theater troopers.
Mr. Meddergrass-What is the mat,
ter? I
Mr. Corntossel-Why, they advertised
this here drummer of "Th' Black Vow
of Vengeance" as havin plenty of life
in it, an blame if they didn't kill 1A
people in th' first act.-Baltimore Amerf

Many people worry because they be,
lieve they have heart disease. Tbh
chances are that their hearts are al
right but their- stomachs are unable tc
digest food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gets what you eat and prevents tih
formation of gas which makes th<
stomach press against the heart. It wil
cure every form of indigestion. Al

A presidential elector in New York
receives the sum of $15 for each daj
in attendance at Albany. together witi
"10 cents per mile each way from hi
place of residence by the most traveled
route to the place of meeting."

L Circuit Court. Second Judicial Circuit o
Florida, inland for Leon county, in cancer
sitting, entered October 15th, 1900,I in a certeii
cause entitled John P. Contrell and Beekman
IalAey, as Trusteea. complainants, and --o-I
and Florida investmentt Company, and others
defendants, the undersigned. Master in Chanuer
of said court, will sell at public auction, to tb
highest bidder for cash, before the court boure c

SW%4 and the E!. -secton 1$. ex.cpt- the wi4: together wih the is of the whole amount reuir
right., members. iivitM'ges and allitirtenamues, herey'f r princir al and interest upon a
and the reve-ionrs aud' remainiders, rentS, isu!s outstanding bonus aid ep ii auei ri. dated
and profits :hetmeof.-
Ali t:oie tract, aund parcels of land situate. Plth, 110.. JLs-.M r BEAin '
lying and being in the co(inty of F; n'din, and F'pED. T. M.YERs, Ta!i h Florila
tatu of 1" rlorida,. Umd iior- particularly de-crilted I J 3t1v-.LM TY, i;)sar tr T t NewyIla
asfloliowvs. to-Wit: i' 1 -o
In tow.nshilp south ran, e 3 wet. the N'-. of :. - the H\\ 4,alid the .\ l j- of thie l-'j., and the 4. -t.4
\4 oi the NW\V of section :2.
Township o soiti, rnue: west, 120 ancr-s of In t e Circuit Court o tie Second J
sect-iot :;. land 2;o :tCr.s ol section l).coii;ment tcial Circuit of Florida iiI and for<
ing at the northwi.-t c :!ner of said section .aiid Ci outity of Leon.-I. CT. i-ha nfer.
runs ea- along the lilO uf :said sectio:i to the .
aiiiroad, theic.- rabLxlle ito IMoint where ritnnin. :a linel parallel vs. Divorce
with the north fron s;aiitl plint to the west Mary Hill ) Deetntianlt.
lil:eof .-ad section. itandti thence north oiln w-ct iT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAI to t -taringi loiA \yill m-ake (21)) -tvo 1 the aflidavitof attorney horcinplainatli?
ihulnd acres ti'e reidence of said deflenilat. M1arv Hillfh
In twI.sp0il6 -outh. ange -t west. section 1. known ; that there is no p~-rsn in -aid StS
ilf. %I..oi.-ection 12, sect ons 2,:3and 11: N.\\W' serviceofa subpoena upon who:n woult
of sect ion :1.;sectioln 30: said defendant: and that -aid illeei(dant2
In io.vnship soutl, range 7 w-t, section 2S, the aaeof twentv-o:ic 'ears. It is theret n.
the 4'. <.f section 2, tie W '.,.of o ect;on :It0 .ec- dered that said defendantt Mary Hill be l,-32 ai :d 33. is hereby- required to appear to the bill off
hi, t iiship 7 south, rang-e :1 west,section lG. plaint herein on Monday. the :; i ,iLv of ie4
In township 7cuthiange 5 west. setOni2 4Lif. b -r, A. I). 11Ui; and that this orler be p
I In town-hit 7 th, .tlige 7 wt. t, section 20, listed once a week for eight su.cessive w
21, 25, 26,27. 28 and 29.). ... The Weekly Tallahas`seeau." a ne
,In t.nwlih p 7 souti. rant"- S west. r -v tio:i at publi-hedl in the city of Talhlah-see
'I he untli itied one- half interest of. in anti to county.
that certain island in Alpalach-'Ieola Bay known as Witness Council A. lryan Clerk of said (i
"'Dog Island.'" e ing the san ," land conveyed to and the seal thereof this j3d daygl
Ik njei.min It'urtis by Charle hllis, iteceiver ot [SEAL] October, A. D. It('o.
the Apalachicola Land CAmpany by deed dattd CoUNCILA. llityvAc,
the 5th day of January. 18 !1. saving and ex- u.A.
cepting thereirnm. however, the outhlwe.t quar- State of Florid a.
ter oi the sutheatst quarter. and the soutlia-t <.ountyof Leon. I Council A. Ilr-an, Clfgt
carter of the soathwe-t quarter. ot section 31. the 'ircuit Court it and for the county afore
ul-o that !.art of the vwettern end ol -aid 'Island do lercby certify that the at,ove ;ond fo'ru"iS
be-ing live acres. mort or lets. reserved by the a true copy of the origi:.a! order ofl lublicatima
United states Goverunimnt lor lighthou.,e pur- tieecateot 0Ttomas A. Hill vs. Mary Hi, g
Spose: al-o all parcel of land situate on the record and on ile in lay office.
north -ide of said DMg I-land in section (2) two, Irn testimony her of I liive herenur.toset m. fie
town-hip eight (8) south. range tour (4) west, and affixed the -eal of saiidct
and desribe l as follows: Begininmng at a sta -e LSEAL.1 this id day of October. A. D 1911
i at the iater edge at mean high tide. and run COUNcI. A. BeTa
Sthence at right eagles to the mine of the shore .32-2m.
-outbh, rrty-five degrees and fifty-five mia;ut-
east, four hundred feet, thence north otrty-:our
degree- five minute, ea-t, eight hundred feet to a 8TAaTBEX T.
stake, thence nc.rth torty-tive desres fifty five
minutes west. four hundred and forty-seven eet Made Under Section 35, Chapter 41lA. ~i,
to a stake., at the water edge at mean high tide, of Florida,(1893.)
thence along the line of the hore at mire .n h gh Showing the amount of tates charred to a
tide to the l t of cntai ng seven Tax Collector of Leon county. Forid, to
Santd forty- five o0e hundredilhsacres, more orlem-s, o elected or the current yearIlS. al do
togetherr with the right.smembe s. privileges and apportionment or the siame t the. t.e
p)lmurtenances and lth. reversions and remain- fuuds tor which u-ueh taxes have tbee lvid
d-ts rents, i-oues- and profit- thereof. in,-ludinw poll tat. with county )shool ftqou
All ho-e tract- or parcels of land. situate in the al amount chari for ntysxe
county of Waltulla and -tate of Florida.which Total cvme ted to J. y3,IM). ... f
Share known and particularly describ<.d a& follows, 3t
to-wit: balance ....
I township2 south., rage west, the NW a ce ............ ...........
and o .of tLeS S Y4of section 21; the W% of AryrJoNaxim I
-bettiont 53. General reventue... ...... 8,e 99 46
In town-ship 2 south, range 2 west, sections 19, Am't paid to J ly 3!9010.. 5,573 8W -
*20. 21; section 2"2. ext-ept plot number 1i,14 in Sinking and lnteieriOjund .-; -
Ilillimar-ville tow site: according to the map Ain't paid to July 3:900 5 i a- a
thieeof tiled in the office of the Clerk of Wakulla Fines and Forfeitur ... 2,'791 41
county: section 23 exctpt lots numbers n 18i, Ain't paid to July 11.. .2..2 42- 40
and 191, IMandpllots numbers 113. 114 and 181 KIR ls and Bridgres ...... !.2-3 13
in Hillinatdville townsie, according to the map Ain't paid to July 3 900l.. .1,-7 1 4-- 353a
thereof filed in the ofinle of the Clerk of aktulla 1t *)U ity ch4+.i Tax X. ..... 0'-t 5l
county; section .!I ex(4pt plots numbers 149 and Ain't paid to July 31ii,-.. ,w1 39- .Da
165 in Hlilardville twrwnsi:e according t' tie
map there filed in the oftice of the Clerk of *. $3..
Wakull.a county: sections 27, 2. 29-.),30.:1.32, Attest: COUNCIL A. BRYAM.
;33..34;seetlin except the NW and ti.e NE'4 Clerk of the Circuit iurt. Leo1Acounty, Fi.
of the NEY4; section 26. except tire NW'4. i
In township; south, .rangc w, st. section -22; INDIER AND BY ftTtKE OF A WARRA
section 23 exce plot number 182 in liilliardl i Y isued y tite ( ilptroller of the Stater
%ilie towns!tle. according to the miatp. thereof -lorida heari.m dateie 5th day of October.
filed in the oficee .-, the 'lerk of Wakulla county; 1. I! ')2 "nd directoro tnt mei as.; sheriff of
sections 24,25,2 *34,Xv ad 34;. county, Florida, andiherein and therebvyo-
In township .2.s-'uth. range 4 we-t. sections 20. lintlding mote as shitfl as aforesaid to cole
21,2"2.23,24.25,2 2-7, 25s ,29,31, 3, :33,- :;,4.3 from the Florida C e ral and Peninsular [fP
andl 36 oi.d Compa.ny form y known as the Florol
In township 2 south. range west, sel-tiont -;. Raihvay and Navigat.'n Compiany embracing th
in township 3 south, -ange- 2 west, sections line-s or divisions thewof. known as the Jackso-
S, ,1 8, 19.20.21,31, : i vilie. 'enlciola and mobile Railroad, thie FlW-
In township 3 south, range 3 west, all of this ida Centraind- Wes rn Railad, the Florit
township. ('entrnl Railroad. tl Atlantic Gulf atid Wes
In tow hipa: south, range 4 u est. sections 1, India Tnmisit Railri,I by levy and sale of te
2.3,4.5,i6;theim Eof section -; .-eetiolm %. 1l. Ishopl,fixtures, rollitMtot. k or any !trt tlihere
1. 15; the N4of 16; the N' of 17; st ctionr 18; or tihe entire roidor Acf Ipart thereof ias inayle
except one hundred (i0)) acres, except also the located in this State longing to -atl nd omedi
S% less fort (40) acres, except also the- .:i ;of thesuimnof iinety-sir osanlti otle hin 1-dre ii
the N.'W4 and the NE; section 20, the s,.of eighty-one d3allarsau. sixty- ninecent. .(.KW l*-
section 21 : sections 22. 2.-124, 28,-2., 27 Cxce.t M) that being the amount of sta:e and couW
Sthe pi4 of the SE4; section 28 and the E:'..of taxes asscssd against the Florida lailuway .
section29. Navigation Company ,mbraciniz the iinc-' or&
lir township 3 south, rangn! 5 west. SW% of visions thereof formtriv known as the Jaclk-
section 1, the W',a of section 12, except 40 yile Pensacola and Mobile RKilriawl., theitM
acres ida Central andd W ern Itailritad. the F0lo6
In township 4 south, range 2 west. the SE Central Railroad, the Atlantic Gulf sma
and the VnW of the NE and theNElof the NE est India Transit 'ilroad. inow i-tiimg
S of section 5; the W1 of the NWY of section the Florida Central a.l !enintisular l.ailrrad.W
14; all of sections 15, 14.17 and 18 except sixty der the provisions oi Chapter 35:..S, LaWs
O(60>)acres. section 19 except the SW4 of the SW Florida, for the years 1879i. 150 and 188L
4. and except also one hundred and forty (140) which amount is now due and unpaid, tgetW
acres; sections 8,9 except the WV of the W\\' of with the costs and expenses of sai" a: lprovi,
SWy4, 10,20.21 except the SW4- of the S\V4-; by law, I have levied upon and will sell inflm
S'Bctions 22,27 except the NE4 of the SE.4: .ec of the court house door in the city of Tallahafie
" tion 28 except the N EI of the NW%4 :section 29. during the legal loarn of sale on Monday the 5
6 section 30 except the HV of the SW% and the A day ot November, A. D.i MM ). the fioilowigde
1 W4 of the NW%; section 31 except the SEY and scribed property of the said Florida ( central -
the -e4 of the SW4: sect ion32; etion :33, ex- Peninsular Railroad Company. to wit: The tl-
o eept theSW4 and the W of the SEI an.d Et road from Jacksonville to Chattahoo-hee rlr
- of the NE4; section 34 except the NW' ,itnd N with branches to Monticello and St. Marks .b'
e %of the SW Y4 : the W of section 26 except the lauding the road bed, right-of-way, rolling st
n of t .he 4 I -depots, shops and appurtenances: also the it
e In township 4 south, range 3 west, sections: road from Fernandinia to Cedar Keys and fr(l
1 4. 5. 7. 8: the N4 of section 13: sectn.ns, 1-' Waldo to Ocala including the road l-d, right-
l 15,16,17,18,19,20.21 and 22. way, rolling stock, depots, shops and appUtw
In township 4 south, range 4 west. sections 1, anccs. This 2d day of October. A. D). 1100.
2. 3;a-so fractional section G east of the Ocklock- JoHN A. PEAiCE,
nee -iver:the "p of section 10, also sections 11, 32-4t Sheriff Leon County. Floritd.
12, 13, 14. 15, 16 except SW4. 23. 24. 25. 241; ThIe above sale postponed to Monday, t1
also the E4 of section 7. also section 35, also 3d day of December, A. 0. 1900.
the NW4 and SW u and NE^; of section 36. JOHN A P'ARU'E,,
S Inl township south, range 3 west, the sw of sheriff Leon County, FIL.
p the SW4. the S4 of the SEM of the SWV4, the E This November 5th, 100.
of the NE34, the WY of the SW4 of the N E4.
Sthe E of the SE4, and the Kb of the S\\ 4 of
l theB EKof section 13; the NW4. time W~ anid An Ordinance Levying a Tax fourth
the SE4 ofthe SW4. the N' and theSW4of General Expenses or the City GT"
e theNE of section 16; also section 17.
In township 5 south, range 4 west, all of sec- ernment.
tion 2 except twenty (20) acres: also theSe of 1 .
StheN adtuhe otheNE of section 12. Be it Ordained by the City Council Together with the rights, members, privileges Tallahasee: "j
Sand prtences, and the reversions and re- SECTIo L That nine and one quarters
t "Sf 'tet issues ad ft thereof, mills be levied upon all taxable property,,-"|
I provided in said ecree, among other the corporate limits of the City ofTallamse
thins: 8mid Mater ail be at liberty to sell theGeneral Expenses of the Cty Gove.-ni
1 sa8dmortgaged property asa whole or in two or the vear 1901: Pmvidit~l howpevr. ThaS.i

More parcels, and taiU N astermay either person- levy f the aboe tax. in so fiaras the samet*
Srlaor t m or oa u-sei hiy-' and Pay the expetnes of lighting the city, sh all"t
In his name and behalf. adjourn said sale from taken as indicating any purpose to UseI 5e
time to time without further advertisement but an particular time nd shall not in any
only upon request of the complainants or their affect tmhe right of the city to stop using gs at
solicitors,_orby r of the court or judge time.

Surgical operations and flesh de..Atying plasters are useless, painful and dangerous, and besides, never cure
No matter how often a cancerous sore is removed, another comes at or near the same point, and always in a
Does not this prove conclusively that Cancer is a blood disease, and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated,
blood trouble by cutting Qr burning out the sore, which: after all, is only an outward sign of the disease-a place of
thepoison? '
, .Cncer runs in families through many genera s is, and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liaiJ
tiMe to be stricken with the deadly malady.

Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to A
-further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood. *
To cure a blood disease like this yoU must cure the entire blood system-remove every trace of the poison. Noth
Ca' -.:-- effectually and permanently but S. S. S. -
-. S. S. enters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No m
or ordinary blood medicine can .do thi4 S. S. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly
allowing the core to heal naturally and p rmanently. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the genedl
A little pimpl, a harmless looking Wart or mole, a lump in the breast, a cut or bruise that
heal under ordinary treatment, should alt be looked upon with suspicion, as this is often the
a bad form of cancer.
Mrs. Sarah M. Keseling. 941 Windsor Ave.. I*ristol. Tenn.., writes : "I
am 41 years old, and 'or three years had suffer-d with a severe form of
Cancer on my jaw, wiich the doctors in this ciw said was incurable, and
that I could not live more than six months. I a&epted their statement as
true, and had given ul all hope of 'ver being well again, when my drug-
gist. knowing of my condition. recommended S. S. After taking a few
ihottles the sore beganto heal, much to the surpA c of th- phv-sicians, and
in a short time made *complete cure. I ga ned i:n fesi. imv appetite
is splendid, sleep is reshng -i fact. am enj *ing perfect health."
Our medical department is in charge of physi,:ans of long
experience, who a especially skilled ii treating Cancer and other blood diseases. Writefor
e i ormnation wanted, we make no ch ge whatever for this ice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLAui




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1 -. ~ ~

Young Women

'rh aarvDiowto %"'how isa
aritic~al t=iV oa i&.L ittlem.-
stl im Idh,dpm u-&-id at Ohattim soon
gm lowfatalco4144W&.That

= d&.vimii al.
-Cam n 04 notin lkeItt

ndoowety fli
$1.0.L iod t rh. n gE tt

have Am ,t ~.1 am&" inat msaubmalp.-

&& fora It ws .alhit n. hha adt s ou

bowu of WI.. of CMhl, woi Thafwd's
BIA 10 1~I., whes m m4md 6& d ay
I ean mj* cUN41IcmintezP sIFPte~
d..btIhd f~r htdyou havedone

For StyleS In CM@" IV bisqiunMse"ialMM&e
Uoms.address, g91"n ylpotms 1. theO Ladies'

Ad~r epdeTOf~ tam~SNd

origin of' "nIder tIC none."
In Greek liiy~lit:!o the rose w.-in the
symllbol of serene. :. it wVa:s : ;i that
Cupid. the s-:;v.:';'.''ns. gyAve thi g-ul of
silence :i goinen r ::.0 a l,'ibe lo con-
ceal hlle oti rs of t!ie ":-':i s ef love.
It wass. t!he-for", s:, '::r : on the
ceilings of r):;iiuctin- i"'"Il.; .:n:l p!aeed
as a sign above Itle i.,r.; (;." quest.on-
able resorts. Ge.:-,ts at fentsi were
crowned v..2i roses to in',n t that
their convers-. tions while in their crps
were not to be repeant-! elsewhere.
The l^eihrasfc olbtnhne-d currency in
Grecet after Paus;):?. tie admiral of
the <'rc!ck fleet. plotted with Xerxes to
betray the cause of the Greeks b0; sur-
rendering the shipIt. the unegoti-itionas
being conducted in a suiall i,:nquptin.g
hall. the -roof of which was. as usual,
covered with sculptured .roses. The
plot. however, w.s discovered and or-
ders given for the arrest of the t:i'tor.
Pausanias endieavored to ma ke his ref-
uge in a temple which possessed the,
right of asylum. Unwilling to violate
the sanctity of the pli-ne by forCb:y-
i )moving him an] still more unwilling
allow him to escape, his fellow citi-
walled up every enti-ai-e and.
one account, left him to die of star.
nation; by another, killed himiii y ru.-
roofing the buildi;in. and th'.w:
down the tiles on hi:-; head.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and fiold
it to be a great medi ine." says M1r. R.
S. Phippe. of Poteri, Ark. "It cure'
me of bloody flux. I cannot speak tow
highly of it." Thisrimedy alway-s wins
the good opinion, if not praise. of those
who use it. The quick cures wlich ir
effects even the most severe ca-s itak
it a favorite everywhere. For sa.I.I by
Wight & Bro. and all medicine de-tlers..


-The Hlrber the Purpose the Rnrer
thw Aebievement.
If by success 'we tueati the full ac-
complishment of an end. the actually
reaping of a harvest of.results. then it
Is undoubtedly true that the higher
and nobler the purpose the rarer will
be the success. If we aim to.relieve a
man's hunger. we can quickly succeed
in the easy task. but if we aim to in-
spire him with a desire to earn his own
bread the work is mnre difficult and
the success far mori problematical.
If we would restrain j thief from rob.
bery. the prison bars 4nd locks insure
success, but if we wou'd make an holi-
est man o? him our ta~k Is a complex
one, and success may I#e afar off. We
Undertake to teach a cuild to read. If
With requisite effort follow up our
task, we are successful. but if we as-
pire to raise the-educlional standard
of our community hobv arduous the
task, how uncertain tpe result, how
questionable the success!
The low man sees a littlejthing to do.
Sees it and does it; *
The high man, with a gr thing to puruem.
Dies ere he knows i "
Is his life. then. a failure? No; let
as never imagine thatlany high pur-
pose, any noble thought any generous
emotion, any earnest eff.rt. Is ever lost.
We may never witness |ts growth, we
Way not live to gather lis fruit or even
to see its blossoms, but we may safely
trIst that somewhere :and at some
time the harvest will be abundt, and
success, long hidden, shall become ap-
Pareht.-Philadelphia Ledger.

The highest point at which flowering
Plnts have bwen found was in Tibet,
St 19,200 feet. Nine species were re-
orded at 1).(090 feet or higher.

331- to leb Drf Sfteeg.
S aln'tdoing nothing now," said the
young man with the still eyes and
low brow as he accepted an invitation
from au equally low browed compan-.
- Ion to sit at a round table. "My last
job heeled me pretty well, and I don't <
do no work unless I has to."
"What is it?" asked the other rascal.
The first tough made a significant
motion with his arm to indicate his ac-
quaintance with the art of sandbag-
ging and lead piping.
"To tell the truth"-he called it"troot"
-"this cracksman's work is too risky.
Too much pulling of guns by the other
fellows, and you've got to have an ex-
pensive outfit, and doing the sneak act
is too risky. Did I ever tell you how I
started out? It was in a drug store,
and I thought I1 could swipe some
brfishes or something like that. You
can always hock them things. Well, I
got in al right, but I had to buy a sodai
--a-r-h!-to get an excuse. I took my
time' swallowing the stuff, and up to
that point the graft worked all right.
"The boss he walked away, and after |
,awhile he went behind the little place
where they put up prescriptions, and
then I gathered in three nice brushes.
But before I had taken three steps he '
was on to me. I found out afterward
that all these druggists have little holes
or cracks in the stained glass in front
of their desks, so they can pipe off all
that goes on in the store."-r-Chicago
Glad He Had No Revolver.
"No," said the man, talking of trav-
eling, "you will Inever find me travel-
ing or going anywhere, for that mat-
ter, with a revolver. I gave mine away
a number of years ago with a devout
feeling of thankfulness that it had not
been the cause of endless reproach to

me. I had been up the Hudson with
my wife, and on the return trip I had
in my mind the stories that I had re-
cently heard of sneak thieves who had
been robbing passengers on the boat.
"I did not know that I had paid spe-
cial attention to them. but in the mid-
dle of the night, when a little noise at
tile window awakened me. I knew at
onee that those sneak thieves were in
the room, and with one bound-I
couldn't have done it if I had tried at
another time-1 landed on the floor
from the upper berth with mny hands
on the throat of the thief at the win-
d Iw. I held on so tightly th#t my vie-
tl i couldn't make a sound, and you
cap Imagine how horrified I was. to
fi4d that I had nearly strangled my
wife. If I had had a pistol, I would
certainly have shot her, and the first
opportunity I had after tliht I gave
mine away. They are dangerous things
to 'carry."-New York Times.

lrhe Charms of "Monte-Chrinto."
,.ord Salisbury once told the fol-
lowing interesting and amusing inci-
(lent at-a meeting of a certain literary
club. "'One book," said Lord Salisbury,
"'has always fascinated me and on
more than one occasion has drawn me
out of bed very early in the morning.
Tbin is nlimas' 'Monte-Christo.' A few

How's This?
We offer One Hundied Dol'ars Re-
Iv;Ird |;r any case of Catarrh that can
no, bie cuiJed l"v Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
Prop;., Toledo. 0.
W\V. the uwlersigned. have known F.
J. Cheiny for hie lhst 15 years, and be-
!ievv lhi:i. per'tctly honorable in all bus-
:.( Itransa;ttis ;and financially able
0 1r,-vy.,,ut any obligations made by
the \- timi.
% EST& RU..X, 'v\ li.lesale Druggists,
'loi0i-o. O
'A~ i)INc(. KINNAN & MAR IIN. WhloIP-
lIe j )u ;.,!s, Toledo. 0.
ilo 's (,Ct;irrh (:uIu- is taken intern-
:. ;. :ict :'ir. cty Upoin the blood and
! :.1 s s rng r.e*-.~(,a of' the sysi(-n. Price
853c }vr t,i, .-. Solid by all Druggists.
Sre-in jioiials fr' e.
Hail's Faiiti!vy Pill.s arc thie lt- ;t.

Oi 7l1hsm- :t:" 1 .vn- staying .;t aI I l.i-
hlnmi. I !.1di myv f.i' orit'e witli iOme. and
about h 1:!; p'"si I t ;! a 11- I!(;'::g2 I got
Up p*l -! ". into ti h e : ii:iftll gr:-_ounds,
and ,;at down for an hour or two to be
'carried ;:w:.y' iv n:3"y ;ook.
"I had i-!en re::din.g for about half
an hour when I heard some one say:
'What! Arc a prime minister's duties
so heavy that he-must needs be up so
early in orde.- to suuldy?' I turned and
saw the Prince of Wales. I showed
him the book that had drawn me out
so early, and ht: said laughingly that
lie would road sueh an apparently fas-
cinating book.
"Three weeks afterward he said to
me: "Monte-Christo" drew you out of
bed at half past 4 in the morning. I
may say that it drew me out of bed
at 4 in the morning.' "-London Gem.
A Fish That Ents Ducks.
Among the queer things in India is
the fish that eats ducks. When one
misses some ducks and is told by the
moorgywalla that a fish swallowed
them, one begins to think there can
really be no limit to the lies the Aryan
brother can tell. But early one morn-
ing, soon after the ducks had been let
out and had, as usual. made their way
to the tank. on one side of which
stands an indigo assistant's bungalow,
the old khansama excitedly announced
that the big fish had just caught an-
other fuck and swallowed it and could
not kep down with it. The gun was
at one got hold of, and after watching
the antics of the fish trying to keep
down under water he was shot. He
4 1- I--"- l; ar].i o. ..

TViltrm and Rattlesmakes.
When the international boundary
commission resurveycd the lines be.
tween the United States and Mc,--co,
there were naturalists in the party.
Dr. 3Marns, who. with his assistants,
collectil many specimens of birds ind
mamunals, tells of a fight in the air be-
tween' a California vulture and a rat-
tiesnake which he saw while exploring
the Cqeopah mountains of Lower Cal-
It was in the early morning. The big
.bird had seized the snake behind the
head and was struggling upward with
' its writhing, deadly burden. The
snake's captor appeared aware that its
Victim -was dangerous. The burden
Swas hqavy, as the reptile was nearly
five fetl long.
The jripi of the bird on the snake's
.body wts not of the best. The snake

-eemen to De squirming rrom its eap-
tor's talns, at least sufficiently to a*-
able it to strike. Its triangular head
win's se,,n to recoil and dart at the mass
of feathers.
It did this once or twice. and then,
with a shriek, the vulture dropped its
prey. The bird was probably 500 feet
or so) al)ve the observers. Thle aston-
ished nen were then treated to a spec-
tacle seldom seen. lFew hirds but a
vulture eohid aeoimpl:shl su-h a feat,
The instant the snake escalwd from
the bird's clutelws it dropped earth-
ward like a s!'at. and. like a shot. t.
bird dlroli:'l aift:r it. entehing it
midair with t zi-' that eaused dealih.
At any rate, t!he snake ceased to wrig-
gle. and the vulture soared away to a
mountain iuank to devour its hard earn-
ed m.iL---Youth's Co-':niiou


*" f lwlar,,/, L'eLdadeurao epa

Tai tpon having them, take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy.


Polle, but Embarrassing. A Human Hiss Cowed tIe Lioa.
A pretty little miss of about 14 sum- At Cape Town a lion tan r was go-
Iners nearly broke up a wedding party ing through a Uf:,-fc:!;nn-, in a cage
at Linwood a short w.'hile ago. It was with a fiul grown l.,n i : Iy caught
about the first wedding that she had Suddenly it was se-n th: the brute
ever attended. andl she felt the inmpor- was putting the tra:imer i r;!" h his
tance of the occasion very nmueh. After paces rather than 1'..::': )lU i ,-o-g.h It-
the ceremony she noticed the peo- self. ,rflyv. crou(ehing, au creeping.
pl' went up to the bride and groom and the big eat ed'(l.l itself o twcyn the
made remarks to them. She supposed thoroughly unnerved m 4n :, .d th' door
that they were words of congratula- of the de-n, lxing its victim with, two
tion or condolence or something of that rolling yellow orbs of flnmi .; ferocity
sort, but her ideas of the proper thing and sawing the empty air w %h its tuft-
to say under the circumstances were a ed tail as it cronuched prei ratory to
little vague. Finally she whispered to springing.
an old friend of the family who was Many men among the and nee. used
near by: to the ways of wild beast. saw and
"What shall I say when I go up comprehended. but only cni man pos-
there?" she faltered. sessed the knowledge and t presence
"Oh, just anythbi:g to ssow them tlhi of mind to avert the apparel tly inevi-
you are'glad they are ,'carried. Ju:'t table. Pursing up his lips s though
something coinplhi:Kn'ary, you know. j he were going to whistle, he emitted a
In a few minutes !.e little miss had horse, low,. rasping hiss.
made her way to wl:-:r- *Pi'e happy cou- The beast heard and unde tood, for
pie were recevini t,.c '),nr.itulations. the sound was an exact I station of
There was quite e it crowd around, but the noise made by the giant nstrictor
she didn't miu't th:cni one bit. She when its huge body is coil for the
marched straihzht up to the bride and, throw that never misses. tha never re-
extending her hand, saidi laxes and that no beast of tie field is
"I wish you man;ny happy returns of stronl.i enough to withstand. Again
the day." a'n: yet againi the rn.1.-ouxs s.ind rasp-
T"he remark convulsed every one in eld tli stillne:-s. and t_ ns r-y brute
hearing. but the little miss left the dr-. l;:ink its htad. its great yes grew
church with the consciousness that she sm:]l i:d da, !l. the l.< ies r(;.e waid
had observed the proprieties.-Cincin- stfo: ;in it 1a :ti-l. i':1-| it co.-:e1,d.
nati Euquirer. w ::- on he ;';r P,:' ).- t'.
How the Carving W:"s Done. t' "~ :* 4: e .
"When I was a young man," said a Pe .!-' the .1!1,: iy;:,W !,<' I. 'i. ,n,
San Franmcisco artist, "a friend of linn oe wt~ I ,-'-t ':- :-, '-* *
who returned from China brou-ht t..1', 1 n'k ,-'s o-c -,' .'t1 i.',
home a lot of pearl shells beautifully :' ''"
etched or engraved with figures andl hr .',V' : '-'" :,;! .:- '. ',
landsca pes ou t!r iusido of the shells. the !-' ;. : '*.:' 1 '-',
1 did not mi-arvel so muich at "the en- k oW' t:,' ', *.,," -.'. i
aY.i-' as I did at the chea-nmess of e't-: ., : v::.'
the shills. I -ouidn't help thinking nnw1 V *:. -. "'-. -- : of
that om l(of the e;u ratvinigs must have. the tl .,m., w : .' F -;;'. ij ',,i. h!-t

Recommends it to Trainmen.
G. H. Hausan, Lima, 0., Engineer L.
E. & W. R. R., writes: "I have been
troubled a great deal with backache. I
was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure.
and one bottle entirely relieved me. I
gladly recommend it to any one. eipe-
cially my friends among the train men.
who are usually similarly afflicted."
Wight & Bro.
taken ;: d:liy Or I\w:A ito mUi.1:. i.-d yet
they sold for little or nothing, my
friend said.
*"On my request he made an investi-
gation of the subject and discovered
that the Chinese had used the follow--
ing p!in: Instead of graving the pic-
ture into the, hard shell, an operation
that would have beeu laborious and
slow. the Chinecse Idrew the sketch on a
little scrap of tea lead and inserted it
into the pearl oyster shell when it was
tender. The inside of the shell In this
manner got nu impression of the sketch
from the tea lead picture, and as soon
as it was sufficiently well printed the
Chinese would take the lead out and
insert it in another shell, and so on.
That's how the carved shells came to
be so chra:,p or at last that was the
explaniuti.:n that was made to me by
my friend."

A Defender of "lack Snakes.
Tih repoli'; :" :U'vist-d not to kill
a bIlauk sake ulde'r auny c'rcuum-
sta;i'-s. An old, lIoneIst. reiiable mIan
exi)!aiied this:
"Only a few days ago 1 saw a black
racer whiz:-ing around in a circle, his
flaming eyes distecndd. IHis attention
seemed riveted on something not far
away. I advanced, and. to my aston-
ishment. I saw a large rattlesnake coil-
ed up in battle array. The black snaCe
,continued his circuits, getting a little
nearer to its victim each time. After
'111 V 4 k

"T''.e exten1 a ;: h'.. :.:m'; if, is en-
terin.g into il:,, f i'" : :i 'r' modern n
hianild: 's is lbut :I rp *;'it: ,'- io l Ihe) his-
to0y of IRo!)ri!let '-:-;. Ihc fa'-t
is that tlihe ot l Iioo :n j,-rry iildlrs
usF(ed defective(' sl:' )s of in:ii leC n erel t-
inl- r's;Iencs' itn sll ;at rudaic-d rates
:wI e'wvor:l m olw (hfefects wiih :i ae-
menit of which whilo' w.i x f(oritnel t'ie
chklif ing.r (i:-''it. T! v'y it,oke-.j;;s: i
stately ags tl.e other:: till an e:kA-pli n-
ally hot sun melted their wax n .l re-
veahlel the fraud: hence ia per.fe't buill-
ing was said to be 'sine corn' ff 'wilh-
out wax,' and a friedhlship ip rfected!

If you have ever seen a e4il in the
agony of croup you can real z,- how
grateful mothers are for One Minute
Cough Cure which give relief asisoon as
it is administered. It quickly cures
coughs, colds and all throat afd lung
troubles. All dealers.

'- tw t;-ial of admv-rsily w:va k.aid to
be *without wn:x.' Tie signature 'sine
cerna.' as ;a symi:Ibol of ;:. n:;ine a 'tion
and probilty, i.i:: e(n it oi (' since
and is p)'rp.-tui': in Inh ib l!:gis|i word
'sincerity.'" O
Coven'rd:e1 o, S-ark,<. .

Many tais l::ve i,(- t,.- human lei'..s have .'a dev).Ted by
the lish tl_:O! is .-o\ I:i ;s thi'' "'-man
eater." .\ ihot;.i, i itii.i y v ,. -f t'- '.!v hna e
been ri'e:atr> <-X:-..,.;ia> 'i. th;-y rare to
a certain ext, that ..h:tiak; i,:ave v(1 lim !i:w\vn tJ 4"ollow
a ship fi :: y :'. i; k:'.: :p ad eating
that whi~-tb ;;. :1-n t|- slhrown overboard
as wn::;l,. *
Notwith'tan:mding all this the (cward-
liness of sh::i-ks is well knov.wu iong
men who have been much to lea in
southern waters. The fiercest *hark
will get out of the way of a swfinmer

Fast Freight and Luxurious Pas.enuer Route to N.'w York. Boston and the la

Short Rail Ride to Savannah.
There via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
week to New York, making clo(e connection wilh New York-Boston shies,
or Sound liners.
All ticket a.ent- -tui I Itrl s are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for gene I
information, -ailing schelule-. stateroom reservations. or call on i -
E. H. HITOr Traffi- Man:ager. WALrER IIAWKINS. Gen. AgL. Traffic Dept.,
Savannah. Ga. 221W. BHay St.. Ja.k onvlle, l li


Schedule Effective October I, 1900.

Lv Tallaha-see -..... Seab~in:r.I Air Line j1Caijwziy
A r Li veOak ...........
Ar LL~e O t .. .... ....
. -. . .

A:( I o-t.-l vl .
Ax -4)t l lle it. .. ...

.% r Ital jilt... ..-.. .. .
Ar Hii-:ala-r-ti .........
..... P -:Iai I a V: v n i- a I oil ( .
.'r :.'ala Il.:........ ............ ........-
Ar N, w ) 4rk .............-
1............*. ...-a:ta.a i r llailwa ......
A rl cxtnu l a.a.i l...-. .
.. ..a.i~ .

Tnu!a'lala .a. .. ....... A Iin.P~I~..
:%r l'i yj: .Juumio~C n .. -... .
A',r Peim-actoLt ......... .......-hyi e....
,Ar Mobl........--.--........ ---...
Ar ) ekv(Jill- its-..

-2p m
1.45) PmIII
p inp
4.3.; a Pt
6.43l a ill
10.117, a ill
ai ill m
I jI) in
4.3S p Im

i.2.54 aIll"
Ii. 1a III
a 4:; 1,-a

S. 0- a :

7, ") :1ii

2.43a m

'15 a m
9.3-5 a m
12-1.2-7 p m
4.38 pm
6.43 p mi
mmIJISp m
5.15 a eta
9.4:0 a in
1127 psm

TO~, a inl

'tin:;m ificeat pIulli~miti -.t-rvice tNorthi 1an 'i -ii il.l- i i oili-.!;~-o i roinNew ( rhlaixs.
Dining Ca~r Savammaaaato i Iiiict and tl&liai imm I to Nv-w N'r N YI'.&. P. i:II-Lv--Nor-
folk dalvmml;or PItilailelphia i v N.-w York M-i ii-r v ht '%- rkolk laIlV -'XjL S1uday for sal-
tirniork- and lNew Yiark awl d daily for %la Inint.'ot
I-: -.. *a J N.V. I-'M, BEE. IS. AL~N
*-.V-1;(; '. 31. 'C I -lIhss. Agent.
Port-mounth, Va.
A. 1). Maul()'NNFELI., As i!-Lnt Gum -Iut al:-tt-iag~r A.Wclvt, .ack'oniville, -a

Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia R. B



I ,--- c ='A'I'( N -

l6 T T I 0

A. A. M.
.... .. ........ ........ 11 00 .Carrabenle .. 0 9 0; ..................... ......
..... .......... .. f It 14 1 .. .Lanark. a f9 40 ------ --------- -- ***
S. ... re.... ............. .... ....
... ..... .... ... ....... : 13 .... urtis M .. 13 9 ....... ....... ........
.. ........ I 11 5.- 0 4 CuA s mr .... 15 9 2 ..... ...... ...... ........
-. ..--..: ........ 1 'W"19.2 Sopt hoppy.... 9 1, 11......
1 .i l. 4.... ..A rran ... 30 8 4O ........................ ..
....... ....... 12 !2-9.5........Arrian ...- 30 845-------------------
--. ...... I 12 ;3It3 37.0 ...H illiardville... 3 8 111 .. ........ ...
S ...... 12 38'40 2 .. pring Hill... 4 ,s ...... ...... ..... ......
..... .. 12 55:50 ...Tallhassec.. 800 ....... .... ... .......
SI P- M.I- A. ......
F. Stop on 4tLnal ro- paasentrc..
Connecmonb- At Tallabasst e with trains on S A. L. At arrabelle with Apalachicola
steamers. At palaehicobn with rhatt.hoochee River Steamer.
U. S. Mal Steamer I;rescent City will leave Anilaotie!ca dPiJv at 6:30Da. a Retning
,.VP Carra-helle daily, 1101i a. Rr. F. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. Pass. Agt., Tallahassee, Flu.


Murdock's Catarrh Cure.

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. I

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Mr. L. Harrison and wife, of Lake
Cnyreregirtered at the Si. James.
Mewsrs. F. B. Ire., George B. Ash-
2aft and F. F. Doyle, of Jacklonville,
w sat the Apl lat wek. /
UMlMea Is a. i east eabut yuluiaaa
4 guaranteed tocume Chills, Fever and
p. AU d ab or from Mofit-
at Dm Co., St. Louisa
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis left on the
east tuoud train last Saturday for Ma-
smn. Mr. Lewis returned, however, in
tmeto vote.

Oce Used Always Wanted.
Thbouands who have used John R. t
Dickey's Old Reliable Eye Water say so. a
Wby? Because it cures sore or weak
etes or granulated lids without pain. l
-Children like it because it feels good 0
when applied. The genuine is always
wemek*d a red carton. Sold byWight P
A Bro for 25 cents. Money back if you I
don't like it. ]
Messrs. Wm. Bloxham Crawford, I
and Louis Demilly made very complete a
arrangements for receiving the election t
turns Tuesday night. t

I1 il
For Infants and Children, d
S KImd Yu HaveAlwap Bunht ,
Bears the
stnatore of AE5

Judge Malone stopped over in Talla- !
lmasse on election night to hear the re-
turne, and proceeded next day to Craw -
fordville to continue the session of the '
Circuit Cuurt which was adjourned over t
lat week.
Volcanic Eruptlens
are gramd. but Skin Eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures
them, also Old, Running and Fever '
Borse, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, i
Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds,
Chapped Bands, Chilblaines. Best Pile f
cure on earth. Drives out Pains and
Aches. Only 25cts. a box. Cure guar- 1
anteed. Sold by all druggists. 1
Knowirg as they did that the Western
Union Superintendent Dillon, at Jack-
eorville, has been very prominent in this 1
Capital rn moval contest, Tallaas s,
reading the bulletins as the slowly came
in yesterday. could not help but remem-
b~r how the Western Union had tried to
change the result of tte national elec- I
tion in the Cleveland and Blaine contest
ef 1884.
SEvery day-trengtbo- the belief of emd.
amnt physela that impure blood is the
sae of the majority of our dishes. I
Twenty-five years ago this theory was used 1
4w a basis for the fImula of Brows' Iron
Zher. The uay- t cs &bleures effected
F th0 famous old household remedy are

Swrveyor-General Scarletn who went
ovmr hone oSurday to cast his ballot for
McKinley and Boosevelt, returned to the
city on yesterday. and waL the center of
a group of TallabaeEee friends, Who were
aengratulating him on the success of his
party's candidates, which he received
with hisaccustomed grace and goodhu-
.20 M

ITt0 Takc
e Thin, pale, anaSnic h iris
| need a fatty food to enh ch
their blood, give color toe
their cheeks and restore their

Health and strength. It is
a safe to say that they nearly \!
all reject fat with their food. h


is exactly what they require; e
git not only gives them the im-
f portant element (cod-liver oil)
Sin a palatable and easily di- .
0 gested form, but also the hypo.-
3 phosphites which areso valua-
2 ble in nervous disorders that :
usually accompany anemia. S
S fatty (ood that is more easily
Sligested than any other form
4 An fat A em4ain Ammnni of

a *


is carefully picked, and freed from
leaves, sticks and foreign matter and
thoroughly washed. A tub, or half-
barrel, through the bottom of which
a hole for the outlet pipe should be
bored, is taken and a piece of per-
forated tin is placed over this outlet
on the inside of the bottom of the
tub. The tub is then filled with the
cleaned moss, which is packed as
solidlv as it can be crowded in by
the weight of a man, until it is filled.
It is then placed under the outlet
gutter from the mill and the juice is
conducted upon the moss in the cen-
ter of the tub by a tin trough. This
juice therefore sinks by gravity
through the entire thickness of moss
till it finds an outlet through the
pipe-hole in the bottom through
which, by means of a half-inch iron
pipe, it should be conducted by grav-
ity to the skimming pan. The pas-
sage of the juice through the moss
not only frees it of all coarse and
floating foreign particles but filters
out a very large proportion of the
non-sugar contents and coloring mat-
ter so that the juice passing through
the outlet pipe is nearly as clear and
colorless as water. The only pre.
caution necessary in using this
method is, that the moss naturally
tio m c ^*rwCM

L.- How to Make Good Syrup.
The farmers of Florida should I
iake more money out of their sugar ,
ane. It is a crop that is always
certain of turning out a good yield; 1
und, if manufactured with more
are, can be made a paying crop-
nore so than cotton, instead of be-
ag as is now the case, a crop made
rnly for home consumption.
In order to make it a paying crop,
t must be manufactured into syrup
hat not only will not ferment, but
hat will be of a uniform density, and
hen put on the market in such shape
s to be attractive and salable.
To do so requires very little out-
ay of money, but a considerable
utlay of care and attention as to its
proper manufacture. The methods
here recommended are taken from
Bulletin No. 44 issued by the Florida
Agricultural Experiment Stations
nd we advise all our readers, if in-
erested at all in the subject, to write
o the State Agricultural Depart-
ment at Tallahassee and get the bul-
etin itself-as of course it treats
more fully on the subject than can be
lone in a newspaper article.
The first step toward making
syrup from cane is the freeing of the
juice from the stalk, and the means
by which this is to be accomplished
s the key to the economy of the
process. For domestic and smaller
manufacturing purposes the simple
horse-power mill is commendable.
This mill, however, should consist of
three rollers, the two-roller mill be-
ing so imperfect in action and ex-
pressing so small a part of the juice
as to be extremely wasteful. A good
three-roller mill, with the rollers
screwed tightly together, is capable
of pressing from seventy to seventy-
fve per cent. of the actual juice in
the cane. This matter of keeping
the rollers screwed tightly together
is one of such importance that it
should be regularly looked after and
the screws tightened whenever nec-
essary, till the bagasse, or crushed
cane, comes through in short pieces.
The mill should be erected as sub-
stantiAlly as possible and be placed
on as a high foundation as conve-
nient or on a higher level than the
evaporating pans or kettles, so that
the juice can be filtered through a
barrel of cured Spanish moss and
then run by gravity to the kettles
The juice having been pressed
from the cane, the first process in
actual syrup making is at an end,1
and the next step is that of freeing;
the juice as largely as possible from
foreign substances. In common
farm practice this consists simply in
straining it through a gunny-sack
as it comes from the mill. This,
however, although desirable, only
suffices to remove from the juice the
small particles of cane that pass from
the rollers. There remain many
other foreign substances, chief among
which are coloring matters, the pres-
ence of which is detrimental to the
quality of the syrup and the removal
of which is indispensable to securing
of the best product.
Many substances used as filters
have been tried to accomplish this,
but the ordinary Spanish moss, easily
obtainable, has been found to be far
superior to any other substance
The method of use is as follows:
Dry moss, such as can be obtained
anywhere in the State of Florida,.

Farming Implements,
a Mill


I roin Pipi'
i igaxr Pans,


'ane Mills,

Cement, ;

J. W. Collins is headquarters for
everything in the line of Fencv eand
Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
of the masses ef the people and caters
to them for the purpose of building up
and holding trade. He also carries
several other lines in which he mafn-
tains the same reputation. You can
save money by calling on him.




Do~ ors',


Shi ncrleN
I LumIlcr,



d Glass,.
1 Paints,



ay, NoANber u i 19


Wm. SELLS and JAS. H. G AY'S

Museums, Trained Animal Exhibition4


New and Full of BrilliantlFeatures,
The Ocean's Awful Treasure, BOVA PUS!
The most frightful, uncouth, horrible, horn-bearing, cl ven hoofed denizen
of the trackless and treacherous dee |

New Departures of such Originality, Manoit e and Merit,
TntrAdnped to discount all Previous efforts. thus consti utine a show that

available as to be accessible to any most experieioed syrup makers fail
farmer in Florida, practically with- in doing.
out either trouble or expense. The above mentioned tester may
Now comes the manufacturing be constructed aa follows: Take any
process. It is necessary 'to have ordinary glaMs bottle of a capacity
three kettles to make the highest not less than one pint: Take a
grade of syrup, as it is almost impossi- straight, dry, thoroughly seasoned,
ble to thoroughly clean the juice with hard-wood stick about one-quarter of
only two. They should be of differ- an'inch in diameter and from twelve
ent sizes. After the cane juice has to fifteen inches long. Fill the bot-
passed through the Spanish moss, it tie with syrup. Roll a narrow piece
should be placed into the "grand" of sheet lead around one end of;the
compartment of the evaporator, stick, or introduce a few shot into
or largest kettle. Here the heat a hollow in thle bottom of the same.
coagulates the scums, which should Drop the stick into the bottle filled
be removed by means of a with syrup and increase or decrease
strainer on- a long handle. Af- the amount tof lead used until the
ter removing the scums, the juice stick floats uptight in the syrup with
should be transferred to the "sirop" at least two inches of space between
(the 2d kettle) where it is al- its- lower end and the bottom of the
lowed to boil, and any scums now bottle. The apparatus is now mom-
forming should be removed back -
to the "grand" by means of a 'W'm A W S iT T E
wooden paddle. When a thin W & E ML
syrup, which will test 20 to 25 d- A -
grees with the saccharometer is ob- At K .Pr ces
stained, it should be transferred to
the butterie, or last kettle, and '
boiled until it tests 33 degrees. Hardware
A saccharometer can be obtained Glatsware,
at the drug stores, but a simple little -. Crockery ware,
home-made tester, as described in Tinware,
the bulletin, sufficiently answers the Wooden warel
purpose. The object of this tester L "
is to get the different strikes of a Lamps,
uniform density, which even the Sewing Machines,
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Sporting Goods,

By the process above described a
good quality of non-fermenting
syrup may be obtained, which will
bring a very profitable price. If the
syrup is then put up in small pack-
ages, quart or gallon cans, it will sell
for a much higher price than if put
up in barrels. The small packages
should bear attractive labels with
the makers name and address. In
this way it is an easy matter to work
up a reputation in the market, and

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* is unusual with e Five-Cent cigar m
* smokers," but it has been the every-
* day experience of hundreds of thou-

N during the last thirty years, beca se
they are just as good now-in fact,
* better than when they were first made.
O mThree adred amiioM Old Virgia Cheroots smoked this
S year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cacts. m

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plete except for supplying its scale
or guage. To do this, make a run
of syrup carefully and continue the
boiling until by cooling a small
quantity you are positive that it has
attained the degree of 'thickness that
is perfectly satisfactory, and which
you are willing to accept as a sample
or standard for your entire product.
Then fill the bottle with this syrup
while boiling, drop the weighted
stick into the syrup and let it settle
carefully until it has reached equili-
brium. Mark the place upon the
stick at the line reached by the sur-
face of the syrup, preferably by cut-
ting a notch therein or by a black
thread tied about the stick. The ap-
paratus is now completed and is
ready for use. Test every drawing
ofgsyrup, or different drawings, suf-
ficiently often to give a fair sample
of the whole, continuing the boiling
until our improvised saccharometer,
or "syrup tester," sinks into the
syrup to the mark or notch made.
By this means every sample of syrup
drawn or thus tested will be of the
same density or thickness as the
original sample used as a standard,
and there will be no variation in
quality so far as density is concerned,
but the entire output will be uniform
with scientific exactness.

once the reputation is obta
will be almost impossible to
the demand for the syrup.
The farmers of Florida
great source of future prosper
fore them in the cultivation of
cane, and it is hoped that
quantities of seed will be saved
year in order that an increa*
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How Mrs. Pinkham
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kindness and the interest you nb
taken in me, and truly believe yo,
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and did nothing for them. Of Co.,
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with inflammation and hemorrhab
from the kidneys, then inflanmMti,,
congestion and falling of the wo
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day for some time; then after nearly
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breaking down the second time,I&.
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alone and try your remedies. Befarm
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package of her Sanative Wash did am
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