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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 29, 1900
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00021
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
lccn - sn 95047416
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Congress to Railroad Legisla-
tion Throagh


publican Opposition to the Ship
Subsidy Steal Predicted.

Washington, NovemDier 24.-
Speed will be the ruling idea in the
House of Representatives this win-
ter and the right of tihe minority to
discuss the measures on which the
llou e is to pass will be sharply cur-
tailed in the process. Not that it
makes much difference, however, for
the House, as organized by the lhe-
publicans, is about as perfect a ma-
chine for registering the ideas of half
a dozen leaders as could well be die-
vised. Hence, there is every prom-
ise that in the three weeks before the
holidays the House will dispose of a
vast amount of legislation. All the
chairmen of important committees
arriving in town announce their
plans to have the notable measures
of the session prepared either as soon
as Congress meets or within a few
days thereafter, and in all probability
as soon as the President's message
has been read, the House will settle
to hard and continuous work. Last
year the Republicn s were proud of
passing the gold standard bill and
one or two appropriation bills before
the holiday recess. This year the
bill for the reduce tin of the war rev-
enues.taxes, the bII for the reorgani-
tion of the army, he river and har-
bor appropriation fill, the oleomarga-
rine bill, the In ian appropriation
bill and some of the appropriation
bills will probably be before the
House not later tfan the beginning
of the second week of the session.
It need not be surprising if most of
these measures h.le been sent to the
Senate before tht. holidays. With
the cloture rules in force it will be
entirely feasible fpr the house to dis-
of all these iills in two or three
ks, and thus *lear the decks for
eight or ten arge appropriation
ills that would remain to be dis-
posed of in Janu. -y and tile first half
of February'.
There will, it eems, be some op-
position to the ship subsidy steal on
the Republican side, but probably
not enough to enable the Democrats
to side track t. Representative
Burton, head of he Rivers and lar-
bors Committee, ,ho is the Hlepre-
tentative from S nator Hlanna's home
city, has declare< himself against it,
saying that he d es not believe. that
it can be passed but he stands en-
tirely alone so f r in expressing this
opinion. The provisions of the bill
are, of -counf scandalous. If
adopted, it wil be adopted in the
teeth of the re of the Republican
Commissioner Navigation, who,
curiously enough is in favor of the
bill, although h report contains in
"every line facts .hat prove the pros-
perity of Ameri n shipbuilding and
disprove the n -eswsty for the bill.
He says, for intnce, that for" the
first time since e civil war the docu-
mented tonna of theUnited States
exceeds 5,000, 00 gross tons. On
.une 30,1900, merican documented
tonnage compri d 28,333 vessels of
5,164,839 tons, an increase of 300,-
000 tons ove the previous fiscal
year. British ipping now amounts
to only 14,; 1,000 gross tons,
and the tonnage of American
shipping is [thus about one-
third of that 4 the great British
Empire with it far-reaching colonies
and its splendidi sea-going traditions.
The exports 4 the United States,
for whose carrying subsidies to
American shils are so loudly de-
manded, requpe only about one-
fifth of the jorl4's tonnage, while
British import require a far greater
amount. Finily on August 15,

1900, 68 merchant steel steam ves-
sels, aggregati g 278,000 tons, and
47 naval vessels, 113,000 tons dis-
placement, wre building or con-
Stracted for. phs work taxes the
ship yards to )eir utmost, and many
other vessels ill be begun as soon
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struction of the Suez Canal, which
contains a clause especially% provid-
ing that the Sultan can take such
steps for the defense of the canal as
he may consider thnat the safety of
his doininions requires. This clause
alta ,int ,( all h.d t ..n. -,. a. i

This Building and Loan Associa-
tion has been in the past a great ben-
efit to Tallahassee and has enabled a
large number of men, on small sala-
ries, to build comfortable homes for
themselves, which they could not
have otherwise done.
It is thought that the whole num-
ber of shares will be taken in a very
short time, and all who are contem-
plating subscribing should be prompt
in making their application.
Aiden Benedict's "Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vadis," is a historical play.
T- _-:11 n.... .ma.." A 4 f.nsria AuM

4XM,.,., -,-p a o t me rest, was omitte(i
in the- Hay-lPauncefote convention
and'in its place was substituted an-
other expressly prohibiting the
United States from fortifying the
canal. That is to say, the treaty
proposes that -the United States
should build the canal and leave it
free and unprotected to be seized by
the overwhelming might of Britain's
navy if trouble should ever arise be-
tween the two nations. Senator
l)avi.s discovered this fact and re-
ported to the Senate an amendment
putting the defensens" clause omitted
by Mr. Hlay back into the treaty.
Ilis advocacy of this will be sadly
missed when the instrument is taken
iqp this winter.
Commander Lucien Young, who
has charge mof the work of removing
the wreck of their Maine from iHavana
harbor has issued a circular asking
bids for the work, to be opened at
Havana at 12 o'clock noon on De-
cember 15, 1900. The use of ex-
plosives will be prohibited, and all
material pertaining to the wreck and
all accessories for the removal of the
same must he removed from the
harbor by April 1, 1901. Specifi-
cations and all available information
will be furnished upon application to
Commander Yoing. A certified
cheek for $1,000 will be rfluired to
accompany each proposal as a guar-
antee of good faith, to be returned
to the unsuccessful bidders upon the
award of the contract. The success-
ful bidder must give bond for *10,000
for faithful compliance with the
terms of the contract. It is Captain
Sigsbee's ilea that a coffer-damn
might be constructMd around the
wreck, thus affording easy means of
removing it without much work onl
the part of the divers and without
employing explosives. The removal
of the wreck is awaited with the
keenest interest for the promise it
affords of settling beyond dispute
the cause of the disaster.
i .. ....
Meeting of Building and Loan.
The Board of Directors of the
Building and Loan Association met4
last I'riday afternoon at the office of
the Treasurer, Mr. Geo. W. Saxon.
Several matters of importance were
traiisacted especially looking to the
closing up of the present series. The
treasurer announced that all active
shares in the Association could tbe
brought to maturity by the payment
of *17.81 per share. There was a
general disposition to close out this
series at once, by paying that amount
into the Association, and to open a
new series immediately. In discuss-
ing the question of opening a new
series, Mr. Saxon said that he thought
the present a most opportune time
for doing so as there had been num-
erous inquiries, as to when one would
be-started. He thought that we had
every reason to be encouraged over
the further outlook of Tallahassee.
That the railroad to Bainbridge was
practically assured and would 'be
running before the end of next year.
He spoke in every way most en-
couragingly of our future prospects.
After some further discussion, the
treasurer was ordered by the .direc-
tors to open the books for subscrib.-
ers to a new series. The number of
the shares of any series is limited by
the constitution to six hundred
shares. The treasurer as directed
opened his books for subscribers on
Monday, and, a large number of
shares were subscribed on the first

Lake ................ 129 301 13 97 7s 281 week, ere disposed of: leave IV acissa aI 8 ol,'wck a.m. i
-Liberty ............... 3 1 169 1 114 U. vs. Win. Williams, interfer- charge Lee ................... 167 16 162 12174 ing h homesteaders lands, con- early with the F. ('. & I'. system be-
Leon ................. .. 9"29 4 916 sent dict for $2,860 and costs. fore it was merged into the S. A. 1;..
Levy- ----67 116 2 288 5 329 U. ve. S. G. Davenport, same and will reach the iel Air Crossing
Madison ............... 22 1 1 584 48 514 offen consent verdict for $400 and at 9:15. At this poinl, for the pre--
Manatee........ ....... 31 305 20 233 44 367 costs. ent, hacks will meet the train 1o
Marion .................16 1,241 5 111 191 708 U. vs. Jas. A. Brown, same convey passengers to town at a rea-
Monroe ............... 205 4 98 118 2 127 offen consent verdict for $666 and sonable rate. They will also meet
Nassau ............... 208 7 13 271 i1 202 costs. train :at same place returning, at 4
Orange ...... 389 71 181 4(09 151 363 Th Court imposed fines on par- o'clock p. m. Work is progressing on
Osceola. .... .. ... 114 23 35 179 45 1012 ties victed during the session, as this road, and it is semi-officially
Pasco ............... 143 211 49 131 59 224 follow: i stated that trains will be running
Putnam ............. 210 132 196 254 "51 386 E. Moses, convicted for run- into Perry by the first of February.
Polk .................. 101 120 27 837 94 755 ning i icit distillery, fined $25.00. New Series Started,
Santa Rosa ............ 45 2 4 i23 84 280 Jo Johnson, convicted for sell- At the last meeting of the Talla-
St. Johns............. 41 4 908 36 1-17 282 ing I uor without a license, fined hassee Building and Loan Associa-
Sumter.. ....... ...... 74 286 ... 20 115 215 $20. tion it was ordered that books be
Suwannee............. 70 7 95 634 .37 658 A ur Dent, convicted for sime opened for subscriptions to a new
_.-_ i i 315 2 326 offen 3, fined $100 or three months .
m__ t 11 3 15 ff2 326 ,,.,.o, of ia .L. rmz nr,.t.,. hnx 1,.P

B.enkins, ag* avated assault, convict-
Business League MeetingC. ',of ii HAPP. ITTLE TOTS
State of 'lorida vs. Henry Ar-
nold, break g and entering, con-
.vi.ed. WEnjoy T sfiTig Eve En E
There will be a.meeting of the Young men's state of orida vs. Stafford Iteese .4 "
and (has urman, stealing cattle, lmen
Business League on Friday Evening, 7:30 o'cl k, at convicted.
the City Hall. Every member and citizen is i vited bill in the ra i notate of Flotrue ATKIARTENSCHOO
to attend, as business of importance to the cit will vs. John 11. Williams, charged withws the Regular Pro-
be transacted assault wit intent to murder. A Feast the Regular Pro-
be transacted. The cou was adjourned Wed- me.
J. R. COHEN, Presid nt. nesdayv afte noon until Friday at 9 The write vi atel ti. Misses
a. in., becat e of Thanksgiving 1Day. Child's kindg vrten a few days
-*- Chs ild's kind garten a ftw days
cellence throughout, that many who Wilkes, N. S. Johnson, 'dward minary Notes. since, and tend in the exercises
have seen it say, that like the book, Gray, T. F. Moore, W. B. I aidrum, At a m ing of the student-body through w-cCthe surprisingly large
it will live forever. It tells of the J. S. Fleming, W. C. Alle J, J. B. of the We t Elorida Seminary held class of youngI children in attendance
sufferings and of the trials of. the Geddie, .1. 1). Stoutamire, T..I. Ged- Monday a ernoon it was decided are carried, one of the most interest-
early martyrs, it shows us Rome in die, Frank Williams, W. O0. (ierrell that tie minary should issue an inog and pei ng sights t ben. wit-
the days of Nero, when profligacy and John Maige. The .IJlIge de- I Annual fo the school year 1900-'(11. nessed m th city. The instructive
ani crime were the ruling passions, livered his usual impressive r charge, The book will contain about 251 drills and arches, to music furnish, l
it shows us Peter the Apostle, aged, I which was listened to with !he clos- l pages, and n it will be a history of iby Mrs. E.'i lIollinger, 'weiimied to
simple and venerable who went to est attention and respect, when they the school, of the Debating Society delight the l'le ones as much as it
Home and scattered the seeds of retired to their room. and of the *lasses, also pictures of the interested th' spectator. The calis-
truth, which changed the entire des- There were eighteen prisoners in Faculty, I bating Society, Athletic themc exer-isand the very valuable
tiny of the world. It is strange that jail, two of whom are charged with Team, ora rs and medalists of the objetr-le instruction, be ides thi
the history taught in our schools murder, besides a good mnia3y other year. in 11, it will be a handsome numerous r features of t
does not tell us more of this most persons out on bonl. awa ing the book and an excellent souvenir of training, hh must be seen to be
important event in the history of the action of the grand jury. the school cear. appreciated, furnish a striking illus-
world. "Quo Vadis" tells it graphi- At the I meeting of the student-body traction of t development made in
cally in varied speech and action and cort ex onday afternoon the following edi- the eleme training o clren in
all who have not read the book H. Williams, W. T. Oldeburg 11. trial staff was selected: Editor-in- recent years
should see the play, while there are P. Woodbury, D). t. Johns4n and .. Chief, A.' B. Clark: Business Man- ['he ladies who condu-ct the school
few who have read the book who i D. Miller jurors from further attend- eager, W Crawford: Literary Edi- seem to hav imparted to tile little
will miss the opportunity of witness-1 dance on the court and issue d a lire tor, BessieM. Saxon; Athletic Editor, children int sted to their care the
ing Sienkiewicz's immortal charac-facias to the Sheriff to ters endowed with life and moving qualified jurors to serve oq the petit Editors, Mary Shutan, Maiy D. The children appear to regard their
and talking before them. Mr. Aiden iury. The criminal docket was Lewis, V\ B. Long, F. A. Hathaway work as a sure, not a task. The
Benedict has provided a strong and unded and passed over temporarily and Paul carter. benefit teyare thus deriving ake
capable company, beautiful scenery -waiting on the grand juiry. The The o rsof the Platonic Debat- itself appaijnt after a few minutes
and costumes and promises us one of following is the petit juro now in ing Socie and West Florida Semi- observations the schoolroom. A
the best entertainments we have o hF. E. nary Ora rical Association have in- cordial invi tion is extended to those
witnessed in many years. Craig, N. 1. Iler, chamber vited th following gentlemen, and 1 allaha+eens who are interested in
C. DI. Johnson, W. B. .1ner, J. P. the ha accepted take a drivethis work tailand witness the ex-
The Circuit Court in Session. IBaum, T. J. Hlutto, J. 1 Powell, with their on the afternoon of inau- 1ercises nv school day during the
The fall term of the Circuit Court Jno. Stewart, F. S. Hen 'Grili guration day, the Sth of January: forenoo A
was opened here Monday, November Wilson, S. B. Hartsfield. The fol- Governo elect William S. .ennings, i ster lthe lile children attend-
2"6,.1 udge John W. Malone presiding. lowing cases were dispose of up to Governo William 1). Bloxham, Ilon. '. this kl4crgarten
,Besides District Attorney G(eo. W. the adjournment of the urt over William ennings Br, an andD l Walker, the following attorneys were Thankgiving: Adlai E. Stevenson. was tral a most beautiful sight to
present, having business before the State bf Florida vs. Pat rson lie- -- present. Thie rooms were prettily
court: W. H. Ellis and Judge P. W. Bride et al., continued. Ded de witatfowers, evergreens
White, of Quincy; R. Don MaLeod, State of Florida vs. .In \Vsley Suninga atleoon Mrs. a ii th .1. tiEl auuiu leaves, which, together
of Crawfordville- C. W. Stevens, of and Mose Nixon sent b to Jus-
|Tampa; I. tH. Buford, of Wewa*iceJ .. P. Smith for trial nder laws kobert ,annerman, ait their home the little. olnes :as they went through
hitchka; J. M. Gornto, of Mayo; E-l. beinginmproperly se to grand near the *ty, on the st. Augustine their various exercises, made a most
road...'11hiario- ew ai The
M. Hopkins, J. W. Henderson, J. -- road. cham-ipN entertainment.: The chil __.
Edmoudson, G. B. Perkins, X. C. of Florida vs. The d ,ceased was an old resident dren, nnie of whom" were over five
odges and W Williams, Jr., o I. ,.of Leon county having, moved here years ot age, had recitations, songs
Tallahassee. The grand jury, as e- breaking and enter ing, c- from S uth Carolina. e was and matching, all of which were well
panelled and organized, is as fol- victe. about 70 years of age, and was much rendered by the little tots and showed
lows: W. 'T. Moore, foreman; Robt. State of Florida vs. I vy Jones respect' and beloved by a large the infinite patience and care that
4ray, secretary; J. E. Whitehead, J. and Sallie ('arn, larceny convicted, circle of friends in the northern part had been exercisedl by their teachers
J. iichards, W. E. Gray, F. C. State of Florida vs. Rosa Bell of the county, her former home. in training them.
S __ __ She wa. buried Monday afternoon at After marching r,und the room,
Official Complete Returns of Primary Vote on Capital Removal a Constitu- lamoni Rev. Mr. McCarty, pastor which they did with their little
tional Convention. of the I sbyterian church atl Talla- chairs on their heads, they went
hassee, fliciating. into thie adjoining rooms where their
I- l ies Aid Society Bazar. lunch was s .rw l1w tales. .%t
CAPITAL ONSsITU '"O.NAeL the tap of a hell, all the chairs (ame
aIMovaL. OV'ENT1ION... The hristmas Bazar of the La- to the door in ulilson, as precise as a
IoE OI dies Ai Society of the Presbyterian little military company in drill. Be-
Jax. Ocala. St. Aug. Talla. F" Ag'nst. Chure to take place Friday, Dec. fore sitti -lown, the children sang
Alachua ............... 184 180 146 917 141 857 7, will s some novel features a Thaniks, "ng carol, standing be-
Baker. ............... 248 2 5 5 9i 48 this ye -the leading one being a hind their chairs, then all sat down
Bradtfrd............ 601 28 7 4 274 10 387 Rug s These rugs represent the. and sang a little hymn of blessing.
Brevard............... 293 14 121 125 o318 summer work of the ladies and ar ) One unique feature of the enter-
Calhoun................ 3 1 8 330 lj 261 novel d beautiful. The usual tainment was a small log cabin in
Citrus ................. 21 387 2 30 1; 215 tasteful display of fancy work suit- the corner of the room, representing
Clay.................. 300 1 41 65 7' 155 able fo Christmas gifts and the usual the homes that the Pilgrim Fathers
Columbia.... ......... 230 63 38 450 4' 557 delicio viands always served at occupied on tirst coming to this
De Soto............... 149 143 59 228 G4 296 this b will suit the most fastid- country; at the door of the cabin sat
Dade................. 323 73 3:39 138 2l 214 ious. rders for Christmas cakes a watchdog and also a lighted lan-
Duval........... ... ..2,047T 10 19 91 5 : 70 will received and filled. Black tern made of a imniuki,. The
Eucambia... ......... 268 17 22 1,316 373 653 and w ite fruit cakes a specialty, whole entertainment was most novel
Fraiklin........ ....... 2 ... ... 279 1) 158 These rders may also be left with and interesting.
Gadsden ................ .. *. 2 717 5 707 Mrs. oward Gamble, President. Tallahassee Southeastern.
flamilton.............. 50 16 12 312 Iti 275 Phone 7. ginnin allahassee Southeastern.
Hernando... ......... .36 118 13 112 :-8 126 Ad mnent of U. S. circuit Court iay inn nx u the first
Hillsborough ... ... .. 35 787 114 1,062 423 S3161 U. S ruitourt. day of December, a regular passen-
Holmes .... .......... 143 ... 3 376 .55 311 The T. S. Circuit Court adjourned ger train will be run over the Talla-
Jackson .... ........ 9 1 5 1,21 44 1,084 last T rsday after a very satisfac- hassee Southeastern lailro:iad on
Jefferson.............. 6 5 6 57 ... tory >- ion. The following cases, Tuesday's, Thursdays antd Satur-
Lafayette .............49 2 9 33. (7 2?3 not m itioned in our issue of last day's of each week. I'il" traini will




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cases. Hood's SarsaparUla so thor-
oughly renovates the blood and re-
stores strength that it permanently cures.
In fact, because of the character of
the disease, and peculiar merit of the
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Washington, November 18&-The
election amide, the most important
event during the past week ha* been
the announcement of the Genus
totas for the United States a for
theaseveral States, for on thee will
be based the representation f the
States in Congress and in th elec-
toral college during the coming ten
ear. Of course the determination
of the total number of congressmen
depends entirely on Congress, which
may make it whatever it pleases.
There is however, some reaaon to
suppose that there will be an addi-
tion of about thirty members to the
House, as this is the least number
Possible that will not require the
representation of any State to be cut
down. If this number is adopted,
the total in the House will be 887
and the total electoral vote will be
477, necessary to a choice 289. Of
the increase of thirty, the New Ing-
land States will get two, the east
seven, the middle west eight, the far
west three and the south ten. This
phenomenal increase in the south was
not expected and will certainly
cause a renewal of the efforts to cut
down the representation of that sec-
tion in accordance with the number
of negro voters assumed to have
been. disqualified under illiteracy
clauses. As the Republicans have
full control of all branches of the
government at present, there will in
all probability be a bitter fight be-
fore this matter is finally decided.
The membership of the House
may be increased further by the ad-
dition of one, two or three States.
Oklahoma is the most promising
aspirant for Statehood. A(cordinig
to the census returns Oklahonia has
398,245 inhabitants, which wouldI en-
title it to two members of Congress
if it were admitted, and,. as it is cus-
tomary to admit States when they
have more people than necessary for
a Congressional district, it is safe to
assume that Oklahoma will soon be
granted Statehood. It has a larger
population than Delaware, Idaho,
Montana, Nevada, North Dakota,
Utah, Vermont or Wyoming and al-
most as large as Rhode Island or
Oregon. In fact, the population of
Montana, Nevada and Wyoming
combined is exceeded by that of Ok-
lahoma, and while these have three
members in the House and six Sena-
tors, Oklahoma has no representa-
tion in either Chamber, except a del-
egate in the House, who hus no vote.
New Mexico has nearly as many res-
sidents as a Congressional district-
193,777-and may be allowed to
enter the Union, while Arizona is
climbing upward with 122,212 in-
habitants. All three may be ad-
mitted before the election of 1904,
and if so, the following electoral col-
lege will consist of 487 votes, with
244 necessary to elect.
Southern Industrial Convention.
Office of the Secretary, New Or-
, leans, La., Nov. 1, 1900.-In behalf
of the Officers of the Southern In-
dustrial Association, the Exchanges,
Commercial bodies, the Press and
Mayor of the City of New Orleans,
this invitation is extended you, and
through you to any institution, or-
ganization, enterprise, firm or corpo-
ration, with which you may be con-
nected as an individual or in any ca-
pacity whatever, either of an educa-
tional, agricultural, commercial or
other business character, to attend

as a duty they owe to their country
and poterity, for in no other way,
'or through any other policy ma the
people of the St hbpe to reaho
thee greater posiiluiis thatl be-
fore them, or those higher*
attainments awaiting the& on every
To anyandall intereed in,or in
sympathy with, theee aim and pur-
poses, or any of the subjects found
in the accompanying prognia, the
invitation is moet cordially extended
to come to this convention and par-
ticipate in its proceedings,. A New
Orleans welcome awaits all who at-
The railroads have been applied to
for a round trip rate of one fare
from all points controlled by South-
ern roads, and it is believed this will
be granted. In any event, all who
intend coming should apply at once
to their nearest railroad agent for
rate and conditions and govern
themselves accordingly.
N. F. THomrsoN,

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the Third Semi-Annual Convention
of these interest that will be held in
New Orleans, La., begniing Decem-
ber 4th, 1900, and containing five
Official invitations have been ex-
tended by His Excellency Governor
Heard, and His Honor Mayor Cadde-
vielle, of the IState of Louisiana and
City of New Orleans, respectively,
to the Governors and Mayors of the
South to attend this Convention,
while representatives of the Press of
New Orleans have extended a similar
invitation to the Press of the South.
Also in behalf of the Association,
special invitations have been sent to
State Superintendents of Education
and Commissioners of Agriculture; to
commercial organizations, railroads,
real estate agents, firms and indus-
An Offer Proving. Faith to Sufferers.
Is your blood pure? Are you sure of
it? Do cuts or scratches heal slowly?
Does your skin it-h or burn? Have you
Pimples? Eruptions? Aching Bones or
Back? Eczema? Old Sores? Boils?
Scrofula? Rheumatism? Foul Breath?
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Write for it. Address BLOOD BALM Co.,
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advice given.
trial corporations to attend this gath-
ering, the object being to assemble
here all the vital forces that enter
into tie industrial or business life of
the South.
The purpose of the convention is
to promote union of sentiment and
effort, for the industrial upbuilding of
the South. It is sought through such
an assemblage to secure a policy that
will induce the South to manufacture
her own raw materials, on her own
soil and by her own people. It has
no selfish ends to serve, no private
interests to advance; neither has it
any class to benefit or antagonize,
but through this agency to reach
public sentiment for the advancement
of all interests and the protection of
all classes throughout our fair land.
We believe no stronger obligation
rests upon the citizen at this time,
than to seek the fulfillment of these
ends and purposes. We feel that
this should be brought home to all

sisti that the other War dance aronne
and roll over wit!: aim. One was drunk
and jolly and the other sober and mad,
and the way they carried on was as
good as a circus. Next day both b'ars
showed up fur whisky and went off as
jolly as you please, and half an hour
later I walked right up to them as
they slept and snored. I wasn't fur
givin away any mo' licker, but the
ole woman thinks it over and says:
S'Zeb. the fur of them bars won't be
wuth shucks fur three months, but
what's the matter with shettln the
varmints up in our outdoor cellar fur
the rest of the summer? I reckon we
kin manage to feed 'em. and each bide
will fetch $15 as soon as the fur is
"I decided that it was a good idea.
and we put out a bull quart of whisky
fur 'em. but fur some reason they had
left the nayburhood. The old woman
reckoned they'd got ashamed of them-
selves and gone off to avoid temp-
tashun. and I kinder figgered that they
was off spreading the news and Invitin
other b'ars to come along and sheer
a good thing. We'd about given up
seeing 'em ag'in when they showed up
I was all aloue at the still that day.
but I had ropes at hand to tie 'em up in
case our plan worked, and I poured
two full quarts of whisky Into the pan
and set it out in the old place. Them
bars had bin roamin around and keep-
In sober fur so long that they was
dyin fur a spree, and they lapped up
every drop of that Ueker and licked
their cbops fur me'. They didn't git
jolly, as I looked for. On the contrary,
they Marled mad growled and wanted
to-pick a tuss with each other. Mebbe I
a' Var Is like a man abomt dri kdn.
Let him git too much. and es ugly
lesteadot Jolly. I waited awhile and
them otlered 'em, hbopnta to find 'em
*leep. and that's how I cum to me a
sight to make my ba'r stand up.
"Dowi around the bend to the rm
vine was a grassy spot. and what I]
saw was them bars rollUn four memn
over the ground. It wasn't a muinlt
befo' I knowed who them men was.
They was revenoo illers who bed got
news of my still and was sneakin up
the ravine to ketch me red handed.
The b'ars had met 'em and pitched
right in. I reckon the fellers was too
uirprised to fire a shot. though all had

Hall's Great Discovery.
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Zeb White Tells How the Pes7y
Varmints Sampled Hi1s ooushiae
Julee and the Result. and Mrs. Zeb
1 Has a Word to Say About Bralas.
[Copyright. 1900. by C. B. Lewis.)
"We'd bin making moonshine whis-
ky over in the big ravine fur about
three weeks," said the old possum
hunter of Tennessee. "when a thumpin
big b'ar cum down out of the thicket
one day and acted in a mighty cur'us
way. It was in the summer, and he
was sheddin his fur, and, though I
had my rifle handy. I didn't keer to
shoot him. That b'ar smelt the whis-
ky, and he sniffed and snuffed and
seemed to want a taste. I hollered at
him and drive him off two or three
times, but he kept coming back. My
ole woman had come over with my
supper, and arter watching the b'ar fur
awhile she said:
"'Zeb, that b'ar wants a drink of
co'n Juice suah's yo'r bo'n. and I'm fur
givin it to him.'
"I laughed at the Idea, but as he
continued to hang around the place
the old woman poured about a pint of
the stuff into a pan and set it on a
stone 30 rods away. She had skassly
turned her back befo' the b'ar was
lappin it up, and he smacked his lips
over it Jest like a man. In a leetle
while he walked off. and later on we
heard sich ba row down around the
bend that we crept down to see what
it was. It was our b'ar and his mate.
That pint of whisky had made our
b'ar feel mighty jolly. and he was in-
A Village Blacksmith Saved His Lit-
tie Son's Life.
Mr. H H. Black, the well known vili
lage blacksmith at Irahamniile. Sulli-
van county. N. Y., says: "Our little
son, five years ol tias always been sub.
ject to croup, and so bad have the at-
ta-ks iten that we have feared many
times that he would die. We have had
the doctor and used many medicines.
but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
now our sole reliance. It seems to dis
solve the tough mucous and by giving
frequent doses when the croupy symp-
toms appear we have found that the
dreaded croup is cured before it gets
settled." There as no danger in giving
this remedy for it contains no opium or
other injurious drug and may be given
as confidently to a babe as to an adult.
For sale by Wight & Bro. and all medi-
cine dealers.

keg was no temptashun. Yes. sub. the
walked off and let me pass on. and
uneer shall hear the last of it from tla
ole woman. I never hev taken a nD4
of co'n Juice since then that she wasn't
ready to speak out:
""Thar yo' go ag'In. Zeb White!
Law me. but if yo' only bed the bralLs
of a b'ar, what a happy woman Ild
be?" M. QUAD.
The Blue Penell.
"This," said the man who was sbo-
Ing the visitors about the office of
metropolitan daily. "is the copy rea -
era' room. It Is the place where tle
matter sent in for publication Is boileH
down to the right dimensions." I
"Doesn't tha make It warm?" gl-
gled one of the young women.
"No," he replied. "But the men wwo
write the stuff get pretty hot over It
sometimes."-Chicago Tribune.

His Adveie.
"Is it hard to propose to a girl?" as -
ed the novice in affairs of the heart.
"Sometimes it's a good deal harder
not to propose." returned the man Rf
worldly experience thoughtfully. "Its
always well to be on your guard."

Some women in this world have
new gown every other week. while
there are other women who esteem
themselves lucky If once In th
months they get a chance to look
through a fashion magasioe -Somer.
DeWitt's Witch Bazel Salve will
quickly heal the worst bmrns and scalis
and not leave a scar. It can be applied
to cuts and raw surfaces with prompt
and oothin g effet. Use it for piles
an4 skidima'es. Beware of worthaless
con"-rfAtA. All dealers.

M i- -i -
. Women s er

S them. Phy-

e see og they do not un-
/ derstand fully
the peculiar ail-
ments and the
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do is to give
a fair trial to

which N* the true cure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
isthe formula ,ofanhivsiian of ~the

too- aad I
A lawyer who w<
tinguiabed name oc
lo-ed mansion on
York. His sister.
tells a laughable a
ported In Harper's
tratlng his coolness i
Recently his stlat
room some time s
told him she though
*he house. The law]
Sown and went


hediesl .
ly bears a dis-
pies an old fash-
the edge of New
bo lives with him.
ory. wbich is re-
Iound Table, llnlu
id love of method.
r tiptoed into his
ter midnight and
t burglart were in
Sput mn his dress-
Down stairs.

In tbhe Dac si i be .ouuad
looking man tryl to open a de
led Into the bae yard. The b
had unlocked theEoor and was N
at It with all hinlght TThe ai
seeing the robbery prdicanuqt
to him: -
"It does not opec that way, y ]
It alUdibacek-'

The tongue Is a little thtng,
ils the onivers tth troube

ptom. .anu I. -Suy inem fars dfa
slam 'em around was a cautior T"-.
Sof the fllers broke away as soon as 1
got tha. but the other two was so bad-
ly clawed that arter the bars left 'em
they could skassly crawl, and I'm suah
they laid out in the woods all night. 1
was much obleeged to the varmints. as
yo' may.reek'on as they bed saved me
from a surprise, and In my gratitood I
said to the ole woman:
"s ain't gwlne to play no tricks on
a varmint what has saved me from
ruin. and I shan't try to capture' 'em.
'Deed, but I'll furnish 'em with free
co'n Juice and let 'em hev a good
"They was back next day fur their
drink. and, rememberin how a quart
had made 'em ugly drunk I only sot
out a pint. They lapped It up and
looked fur me', and when me' was
fo'theomin they gin us a surprise party.
Thar was to' men of us at the at
that day, and carter growlln around fr
awhile them bars cum charging dowl
upon us. We had to scatter mighty
sudden. and- they kept us away fur as
hour. Thar was no whisky to be got
at, and they tore down our shanty
clawed our blankets Into strips and
went off growlln at each other. We
didn't see 'em ag'in fur a months|
Then one day as I was carrying a k
of the stuff on my shoulder along
mountain path I run full tilt Ilito th
two of 'em. I knowed 'em in a mint
and I jest counted on hevin a fuss witl
"em. It was no use trying to git away)
and I put down the keg and stood baed
to gin 'em a chance at it. But the$
)didn't take It They walked up an4
sniffed about, and as soon as they ree
ognized the smell they sorter shoo
their heads and walked off and gin mt
a clear road. As I figgered it. them:
b'ars had tried whisky and found tha
It brung nuthin but headaches anq
fighting and hard knocks. They'd jesi
made up their minds that it was bad
stuff aki hbed gone back on it. and hba

T. B. Rice. a prominent druggist ci
Gren'isboro, Ga., wrt'ts a- foll,,ws:
"I have handled Dr. Pitts' Carmin
tive for eight years, and have never
known of a single instance where
failed to give perfect satisfaction. Par
ties who once use it always make pe
manent customers. We sell more <
this article than all the other Carmnin
tives, soothing syrups and co ic droll
combined." For teething children
has no equal.



Aperfect Rem,
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If you want to get rid of menou
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I If you want get .rid of disea
stay at home ,d eP.P. P
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Rheumatism and all nri of Blood Polsoe-
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James Newton, Aberdeej Ohio, says P. P. P.
did him more good than t months treatment
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W. T. Timmons, of W altchie, Tex., says
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Springs, Ark., and Mineral ells, Texas, at wlhk
places he spent seven week in vain, with knee
badly swollen that his rs were beyond ea
durance. P. P. P. made tl cure, and proved It
self, as in thousands of oth4rcases, the bestblle
purifier in the world, and pi to all S
parillas and the so-called Rhcua!tk Springs.
i. F. Balantyne, of e&rficDooughos
Irn Fomdry, 5vauay, IL, says that he hm
suffered for ears ftrom Im, and c"M
get uc rl.o setmy M but P. P. P., whD h
cured h etry. He u the properties o
P. P. P. O every eaism.
P.P. P. Is Mld by II druggsts. S
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SPu Li of Cook Stoves, Ranges 4d Heaters!

A full Lime pf Steam Fittings,
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Injectors, Insiirators, Whistles,
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rK C ws.outh- W. J. Cua nkter. ..-
.roesr : V res lng every bhatin it
r. 730P.M. aStbb S ICbOlt5A.-k.
aer Meeting, Wednesda at 710 P. M.
UTTiRiM Cu C.B L. McCarty,
MW. Servical WMibENlVId regularly every
St atlUMA. I. and' W0 P. 1. 8eat ate
MSd thie public cordially invited to at-
iS Sunday School at .A, :A. M. Prayer
ing. Wed ne$sdy. TM0 V-. M. Union Chris-
SSidevor Meeting. J0 P. ., Sunday.
SA"WT CHUItCH.atev. S. X. Provence
or. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
r unday. sunday School at i0 a. m.
er Meeting Wedneday 7 p.n. A cordial
income is extended to & I.
SJOiNS EPi PAi. Cnuacn. Dr. W. iH.
-' --r Serices: lrachin llI every
.,.-11 A.M.; 7: P. M. Frida .eveningr-
ist ;7:; P. M. Sundae School at l1I A. M.
e tIan aH. li e. J. .1 Bi.4I lu-t.
. rvic: ali Al .e alil Sermon at u A.A M
-- -">T u. P \- v t t r a*Uu / -
on a M5k' ys. 1t:4,5 A. M.
BIbLL 1i- r ul utW,.libl s ltr sale at all
,i at cost prices at The TALLAHA83EAX'A
i .MK. Church tbLit. a ;tolat"1isda. n.,
*essorJ U. Ritey superintendent. Preach-
te3 p m. and b p. M.
yMerting Tuesday night. ClauMeet.
Thursday night. X. F. amUBOn. Pastor.
us, MKZTiO '1 be Board ot lDirec-
ofthe Library AMCiation hold their
L 0 on the third Friday evemng of each
gat 8 o. n. at the libranr.
e who are intemsted in Chntamn Sci.
wil be welcomed at the residence of Mr.
HC.L e w where tihe er lies will be held
Tlo? iatjU. a.m. coenesdays at 1:b p.m.
ItUMrr meeUtia of Laos Ln D Mo.
Shield everY TueWda Uevenin, at their
BomS at 8 o'io All iUn .ers in
andingare invitedto attend.
W. M. MO NTObH, J&., N.O.
L. COLouss, It. b.
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EPxMO&P T No 2. are held t a nrm
third Thursday Evenings ol eao mouth,
r Lodge itoin, at 8 o'clock. f.. PatI-
in good standing are invited to attend
]. H. UHANCKY. Scribe.
ee odge, No. aiS, meets second
fourth Thursday eveningsof each month
aic Haf PHILBRICK, Dictator.
H.CA CAITcl. Repo0rter-
ro Lodge No. I K. o P., meetsevery
sy evening in Castle Hal. Visiting
h ts are cordially invited to attend.
h. C. CRAW ItOhD. C. (C.
F. HILDAK.otf.S. 29
(B. S. of theE.)
da its mectlg every Wednesday even-
at eight o'e Cmk, at iv'- Ltmge room up.
one door ealt o1 the amtuex of the Opra
All "emLer." uo the order in good
g ar ce oriull ii'vlt to attend.
Sar A. AFFORDR, W. C. J.
at. regui1rcowvtaItill Ot Florida It. A.
-"r I wi' Y'" h ,l the Second ano
4IL M ae 'U inith, t 8 o'c W k
W \ M "-cij)<.>It.,st..Scretary-
ar lr t. .; .* s*s.)N oisi GL
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taken in borthand and typewritts. Mbyan reasonable rates. modem
aa nd Typewriting:taught Lameness
my soliciting patroizge personally.


t moMt heeUn "a*lve In the world

Foley's Kidney Cure
maa Wancym a& adder ibt

Foley's Honey and Tar
Ibrcbldrenst~fe~sq No opiates

Foley's Honey aw Tar
heals lungs and stops the coughb.

(4 'it umt-d fromin '*venth Pa.,e.)
leisure." said' 'Phyllis. "you will-write
that hook you have always been telling
me about?'"
"Do you wish it?" I asked.
"I do. What I have always found
lacking in you is application. You
start out to accomplish something, you
find an obstacle In your path. and you
do not surmount It. You do not perse-
My pulse beat quickly. Was there. a
double meaning to what she said? I
could not tell. for her eyes remained
I sighed. "It would be nice to be-
come a successful author. but when a
man is as rich as I am. fame tar-
nishes." I took out an envelope from
my pocket.
"What is that?" asked Phyllis.
I turned over the back and showed it
to her.
"Figures!" she laughed. "What do
they m nan?"
"It is! what I am going to do with
my fortunee" said I. I was holding out
my vanity at arm's length and laugh-
ing at It silently.
"Your air castles will be realized
now." said Phyllis.
"I shall build no more." said I. "The
last one gave me a very bad fall."
Phylls looked away again. A vague
perfume from her hair wafted past my
nostrils andl for a space I was over-
.whelmnd, with sadness. Soon I dis-
cerned ;Mr. Holland speeding toward us.
"I sl.all not see you again." I said,
"so I'll bid you goodby now. If you
should'i chiine to come abilroad this
suIniIer. do not fail to look nme up." "
"(,vml I'-.! to you." said Ethel. shak-
in iy l h;!'ld. "You lnmust lrin home
a p; ;im,.ss or ia dtielless." Tliei she
llie(x, f' ( O i ;!y. tlho;'. lf:! l.y
"Yol 11 Il'r t write t) i) .I'e e ':c :ios ;lnally.
Jack." lid I'hyllis. "if only once a


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lID T. MYB8.


,r LAW,

date 1894, UmerAty MarlaM,
lu more; Post rauate 1893.
iaskell Sco0 Chcago.
r Preservation Natural Teeth,
Id Crowns, Bridg work, and Metal
tee a Specialty. ( administered.


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Altdtica-ewid lth1a lity .'pcd taway..
month. I shall always be interested
in your career." The smile faltered
as she put out her gloved hand.
"You will make some man happy,
Phyllis." I said.
and then-and then they sped away,

A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
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headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca-
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are hy all druggists guaranteed to cure
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spirs p :re i : .. .. ;)
my si: ti ll *ii; -.i tu t gray.
sim okyv ls::. ., :; ,.,.i. -.. : ;'is a
denad i;.:. .- !:;i -,..l '. t';i\\ .!l ity ttith i
I watel,.l \ :':, aI l s with i allows
air. ;Is Ilthi;:: ihira.- isu;il hmeen no
wrenrii. a.s Ilioiihugh I hlad not left be-
hind all I loved in ihe world. And yet
I gazed. lthe keen s:it air singing past
my ears till there was nothing but the
sea as far as the eye could scan.
Thus I bgau the quest of the elu-I
sive. which is a litlle of love. a little of,
aitteuinre and a little of all things.


For Over fifty ears.

Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup baa
oeen used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teethifig, with perfectsuccees. ; Itsoothet
the child, softens the gums, allays ap
pain, cures wind colic, and i the bes
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Sold by druggists in every part of th
world. Twenty-five cents a botte. B
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
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The Result Moved the Philosopher
to a Discourse on Sueeess.
"Did you ever realize that the .sue-
cess that one really enjoys comes only
through hard work?" asked the philos-
opher. "I know the average mortal
would prefer to gain his ends without
hard toil. but few do. and I doubt If
those few gain any pleasure from hav-
ing the plum drop li their laps without
any effort on their part.
"I had that fact impressed upon me
only the other day. I chanced during
an idle moment to pick up an empty
ink bottle, and something started my
thoughts back to my boyhood days
when an empty bottle furnished an
Ideal mark to throw stones at. Smiling
to myself at the childishness of it, 1
set the bottle on a bitching pmst. and
after carefully selecting a number of
stones .1 stood off about "(M feet and
prepared to imke : test of my skill
TIm' very fir-t sloli lh:it I threw
caughlt tlie loleh, fr:iii!\v i:! tl e c( enter
Rud sh:itet'reld it il ; !116 : :"i,'ir id aiu-,s.
I thrw ;awa:y tl s ,rt I hall s.,
ea 'ref lly za ll-rln-A! ill I.: i;'. I h:la
a('> l!ish!litd \vlh: !v I !:,; I, t -. t to 1do
oilan lis; liiro\v. I,;it f:i!': r e:ilized
th:lt it \v; )s o Iy ;i i':; :;inl ithait I
tllihilit thiro' v f inslo' slo.,'s ;ati D;n:t
coinW reei' l ir 'i "r ll!<- i:!: lf'e..
"'No-v. 1". o tlim ed. I would h:i've ealirfl'flly notdfl whiter
the fault l:ay and iried'( to have correet-
ed it on iay next throw. The throws,
that went too low and too high. as
well as too inuch to one side. would
have all been valuable lessons to me,
and in the end I would have succeeded
In placing a stone where I wanted It.
That would have been snueess gained
by working for it. The very few peo-
ple who .in success on their first
throw have my sympatlhy."- Detroit
Fre'- Press.

The Nerve Disp!nyed by Daniel
O'Connell at a Critical Moment.
Daniel O'Connell. the famous Irish
agitator, had a contempt for physical
danger. On a certain occasion a meet-
ing had been convened, and a large
crowd assembled in a room on the first
floor of a building in a small city in
O'Connell was about to address the
people when a gentleman, pale with
fear, made his way to the platform and
hoarsely whispered:
"Liberator, the floor is giving way!
The beams that shore it up are crack-
Ing. and we shall fall through in a few
"Keep silent." said O'Connell. Then
raising his voice he addressed the as
"I find that the room is too small to
contain the number who desire to come





m f Ne sonmexperim-

ment. It is the resumit ef
twenty years of experi-
ence in the most exten-
siTe practice of any
specialist in his line in
the world. He was rad-
uated from one of the
best medical colleges in
the country and perfect-
ed his medical and surgi-
cal education by exten-
sive hospital practice.
Early in his professional career he made discov-
eries which placed liaii at the head of his profes-
sion as a specialist in treating what are generally
known as private diseases of men and women.
This systemof treatment he has more and more
perfected each year until today his eres are so
invariable as to 'e the marvel of the melIal
Enjoyinglte arrest pmieUceof maympeealst
In the worldM he maintans a sytem of boml.
nal fees which makes it poibllorw aB oi estal
his serviem.
Dr. Hatl wyrtrtaaeameaw t lfYiy,
Varieooel, StrICture, lood Piolnln ls iA
ferte stages, IWehO. inkI*t4Nv-
asnmesn, all uMaer of Urlary 00am1 t1 ,
Um sores ad Samlm Dimases, Bight Disa
ant all aims at eimoliTreMis. His tbasu
for Miundrtaoesm a I rutIIn". tt -Magod
makes the patent a tgmr wel, viglMes --
Dr. Hataway'. scis in d- weawult 4C
Varleocelds and StletnM wgIIft saitofat faf.
or cautery tIs phemamaL Thepsan tiint ltas
by this metodat his ownoate wi out pal or
loss oflUmetfrem btshlme. This spoeal Oytm
only treatment which urem whoalem a.
Dr. Hathaway cans the parueler satamsnof
suffererstfrom Vareoceldsand Strioteref tpos
27.28,2,a s3 ad 31 of his am lbook, es ed.i
"Manliness. Vigor. Health, aeopyofe we will
be sent free on applicatom.
Write today for free book a TaAptom Iank,
n41vrlt g your eomplat.
Dr. athawayC ae.,
SDBryaM Street, SPA13, Gea.

In. so we must leave it anuo ,n tiue
meeting outside the building." "
At this a few rose and went onut but
the majority retained their seats. 'hen
O'Connell said:
"I will t Ii youi tile truth. Yoi are
[rishiieni. ,the fore I;ave men. The
floor is -iviu' v m;v. and we llmust 'lnve
this roo il at ii .'r If tli re is a pauti
iminl a r'.sh 11) miiiiir. \vwe !::;!i ll I.

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sunl r;:. 1 : '. ':: or. re:m -;. I 'n
hlo r ;:t -.: "h s ;liit l-reil l '::nlIs .;:t\(
vay .\1li lhi:<. ly i lhe force of hi.
itronsi: will :i rrir !ile n averted xt, *-,so'ie.
They Incrneae a Conductoro'a Work
and Are Tryi.-r tol Him Termnes.
"Soni me <,I li:ve no symllpathy for
street car e.i;iic'u-tors." s;id one of their
Itniber after he had haili a jitulia'!lt
lively time in I;:..-:i;i i: e ;i"([ !
In- wil
    New Yorf. '!:i

    "there is o(iln11 i, lilatter that won"u
    save us I (ts o tr'o)ilel if tlit peopll
    would only Ia':ir it in mind. and that i.
    the way they hand in tlieir transfers
    "Sol' men almd :a few women know
    enough to hand ius the little strips of
    paper just as. they receive thin-that
    is, spread out in su(nli a way that we
    can glance at them. see that ,hey are
    all right and then place them .with the
    package already collected. The ma
    jority of people don't do this. and as a
    piule the women are the worst of the
    "When a woman gets a tratisfer. she
    folds it up into as small a space as
    possible and then stows it away in her
    purse. When the time comes to collect
    this from her, she fishes the wad of pa-
    per out of the purse. hands It to the
    conductor and sits back in her seat
    content with what she has done.
    "The conductor has to unfold this
    piece of paper to see if it is really the
    proper transfer. This takes time. and
    wheiq there are a dozen women on the
    car aIll doin.i tlhe s:iie thin-;: the poor
    condmVetor lI: s intre tl:;nl I- an;i do to
    keep hlis t 't;t l' M]n :: :! I h I l' t
    folt! lh ir !' :: *. ,i t it i":i

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    tossing iti ;,> ) 1:' ,*-; im ltA-.,' *:*. \l1. li;is to
    iliootth it ilit, .shi,'1 p .
    "The samie people would ntver think
    of handing in a railroad or theater tick-
    et In the way."
    Fur Leed weather P.heta..
    Though the tortoise Is an excellent
    weather prophet. the fact Is: known to
    comparatively few people. Tortoise
    farmers oa the African coast notcee
    that even 24 hours before rain falls
    mthe curious animals prepare for It by
    jeeUW the convenient bshelter of over
    hanging rocks. It may be a bright.
    dear, sunashiny morning, but the trmn-
    ers believe ImpliHtly in the teCtt of
    the tortoise, who is seldom mistaken.
    forth downpour is certain to come
    within the time stated.
    A pet tortoe would be a practical
    present to bestow on one's friends.
    This curious premonition of the ap-

    It was a mean
    Is the kind that's
    '"That dog." sm
    bring me anythi
    I am willing to
    Straightway a
    then the manage
    suggested that b
    the pool table b
    the dog. and he
    and said. "Fetch
    The dog raced
    and then grab
    "Hold on!" cr
    "He'll ruin the t3
    "Of course,"
    the dog. "lut if
    get it all ove- 1
    pos e ecoiuld b
    a:-- ."

    0. Wa..est.
    trek. but. then, that
    usually successful.
    Sthe owner. "will-
    I send him for. and
    t on it."
    t was arranged, and
    of the billiard hall
    would like to have
    ght to him.
    were the owner of
    pointed to the table
    und it once or twice
    a pocket and tore it

    1e the billiard man.
    iswer'ed the owner of
    mimi give him time he'll
    Irv Yoin nli 't. suI-
    ng it in one trip). did

    Yuu : Ti
    But the billiaAl man paid the bet.-
    Chicago Post.

    "Mrs. Bingley is a wonderful wom-
    "In what way
    "Whepn she es the second prize at
    a card party can appear so tickled
    with what she gets that she always

    makes the wi
    jealous and
    Am Us
    "fThs is Mr
    Is it.r' said the
    ly have reeogn
    look at nil likt
    "Perbirii'S." .

    hrri -'. in reli

    J. H. Spears,
    writes: Dr. M.
    cine cured me
    Think it far
    Black Dranmrht

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    3 =tas

    of the first prite
    ed." Chicago

    rented Aspeet
    Gushleigh's portrait,
    ller. "I should hard-
    I it. The chin doesn't
    ggested the husband of
    "you have never seen
    )se." -Chicago Tribune.

    |t. Andrews Bay, Fla.,
    A. Simmons Liver Medi-
    t Sick Headache and In-
    ,, my neighbor of Dys-
    Eisease. and Costivenens.
    Iperior to Zeilin's and
    i've tried.

    A Family sedlshst mCes.
    A family medicine chest for ten cents
    In a pretty litu enameled metal box
    'you have the means of keeping the
    whole family healthy, from baby togood
    old grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
    get a bLxof Ca rett Candy Cathartic
    for ten cents, and see that you always
    have them in the house. Colic, ick
    headache, dyspepsia, pimples, sleeplee-
    ness. 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-
    new by the useof the sweet, dainty little
    pieces of candy that make you well and
    ktcep you well. We recommend Casca-
    rets to all our readers.

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    aent phyunsu that impure blood is the
    cause of tV majority of our diseases.
    Twenty-five'eam ago this theory was used
    as a basis fr the formula of Browns' Iron
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    by this fanus old household remedy are
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    JoC. C. Traws .MUMadr ritor..

    On the first page of this issue
    President Jacob R. Cohen pub,
    lishes a call for a meeting of the
    Young Meihs' Business League, to
    be held at City Hall tomorrow (Fri-
    day) night. The object of the meet-
    ing is to rehabilitate the League,
    which has been, so to speak, in a
    comatos state for some time, and
    take immediate action upon several
    matters which require speedy ac-
    .There may be some who do not
    realize the attitude in which Talla-
    hassee has been placed by recent
    ents, and to. sup'h-if any there
    b -we desire toinvite especial at-
    The very' flattering majority we
    rogeived ins" the Capital location
    pfinary-when .three of the larg-
    est, wealthiest and most influential
    cities in the State fought for-and
    would have felt honored by a plural-
    ity victory-should make us feel, and
    really does place us under renewed
    obligations to the people as the seat
    of their government. This being
    true, we should leave nothing un-
    done to make Tallahassee a repre-
    sentative city of the wealth and wis-
    dom that clusters about us and looks
    hitherward for central government.
    This can only be accomplished
    through united-or thoroughly or-

    part of the first chapter and the
    reader is kgptguesing all through to
    the very last chapter, as to the final
    outcome. It is chaste, but so thrill-
    ing that the reader will regret that it
    must end.

    . The Baltimore Sun, the most con-
    servative newspaper in the United
    States, says: "It has been and still
    is the fashion of bitter partisans to
    denounce Mr. Bryan as a demagogue,
    as an extremist, as showy, but with-
    out depth or breadth of intellect. In
    every position which he has assumed
    in this campaign and in every policy
    he advocated he can give Jefferson,
    Jackson and other great Democrats
    as precedents. If in the cause he
    maintained in this campaign he was
    a demagogue, then Jefferson was a
    demagogue. If in his opposition to
    the money power he is arraying class
    against class what shall be said of
    Jackson and Taney in their cam-
    paigns against the,banks?"
    The editor of the TALLAHASSEEAN
    realizes that there ae numerous people
    in this section who know more about
    running a newspaper than he does.
    The editor has simply been a little
    more daring in the matter, and has
    staked his worldly affairs upon his
    judgment, while those of superior
    knowledge have refused to back it
    with their means. To some this may
    seem "a distinction without a differ-
    ence," but to the man dealing in
    newspaper space as his only stock in
    trade it has a significance that
    prompts him to follow his own ileas,
    even though they call down upon
    his unrighteous, head mountains of

    ganized-efforts. In this respect -
    resc criticism-J.oI',m /i: it, rii iini-pUt- n(
    nothing is capable of better results | .c. '
    than a business league, and we trust cO
    there will be. a full meeting tomor- CHANGES IN 5. A. L. SCHEDULES. I
    row night.
    Assistant (leheral Passenger Agent IIu
    CONTINUE THE GOOD WORK. Announces Changes. L
    Through her long,}rv Talla- Capt. A. 0. .MacDonell, assistant
    hassee has won many friends general passenger agent of the Sea-
    ,, *board Air Line Railway, with head-
    throughout the State.. Legislators board Air ,ine -ai, with ead-c
    coming-teCital have quarters in Jackoonville, has an-
    coming to the Capital have gone bounced that. effective November g
    back home with a feeling of kindness 25, 1900, the following changes have v
    for the hospitality and good will been made in the schedules of pas-
    shown to them during their sta. singer trains operated by and in
    hown to them durin their stay.-connection with the Seaboard to I,
    Metropolis, Nov. 21" and from Florida: w
    Let- Tallahasseeans -consider well To and from the East.-North- th
    the above statement, and resolve that hound-Train No. 64; will leave ni
    in the future, as in the past, the same Tampa at S a. m., Ocala 11:52 a. m.,
    hospitality and good will shall be arrivingg Jacksonville at 3:55 p. p. ce
    hown to th members of t ei-I This train will leave Jacksonville at
    shown to the members of the Legis- sh1
    i i7:45 p. mi., arriving Savannah 11:50 ri
    lature, and all others, visiting our pnim., Columbia 4:36 a. m., Ports- be
    city. mouth 5:50 a. m.. Richmond 5:35 p. G
    Let our citizens evidence their ap- m., Washington 9:30. p. m., Balti- a
    preciation of. the handsome vote more 11:25 p. m., Philadelphia 2:56
    Sa. m. and New York 6:13 a. m. This
    given to Talahassee, y renewed train carries a through Pullman
    and increased efforts to render the sleeper Jacksonville to New York v
    stay of the people's Representatives, and is operated as a solid vestibule e
    when in our midst, as pleasant as I train between Jacksonville and v
    possible Washington. r<
    ..e Train No. 44 will leave Tampa at i(
    Such hospitality and good will add 10. m, Ocala 4:15 a.m., arriving \
    to our list of friends, and should Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. This train b
    make us feel happier in bestowing' leaves Jacksonville at 10:20 a. m., it
    them. arrives-Savannah 1:50 p. m., Colum-
    bia 5:31 p. m., Portsmouth 7:30 a. m., J
    PENSACOLA REFORMING. flichmond, 5:03 a. m., Washington T
    -:45 a. m., -Baltimore 10:03 a. m., a
    A great reform "wave" seems to Philadelphia 12.27 p. m., New York fi
    have struck Pensacola. By direc- 3:03 p. m. This train carries a a
    tion of the mayor the notorious through sleeping car between Tampa I
    gamblin g dens and other houses of aud New York, and is operated as a
    t, solid vestibule train between Jack- N
    vice have been raided and the in- sonville and Washington. A dining I
    mates and freqiuenters thereof car is also operated on this train be-
    brought before his 'honor for trial. tween Savannah and Hamlet and 1
    From :ll accounts Pensacola has had Richmond and New York. l
    Southbound-Train No. 27 will leave
    for years an element who have been ew York at 12:15 a. ., Philadel-
    vieing with the great immoral cen- phia 3:50 a. m., Baltimore 6:22 a. m., -
    tres of the world, and in suppressing Washington 10:55 a. m., Richmond
    their nefarious practices and-ridding 2:40 p. m., Columbia 12:55 a. m., Sa- h
    : the city of those who live upon the vannah 5:08 a. m., arriving Jackson- r
    lh y ville at 9:10 a. m. This train will
    putrid proceeds thereof Mayor Hio- leave Jacksonville at 9:40 a. m., ar- e
    liard will build unto himself a monu- riving Ocala at 1:41 p.m. and Tampa f
    ment as enduring as eternity and of at 5:30 p. m. This train carries a I
    far more beauty than the most per- through Pullman sleeping car New
    fectly moulded brass or. masterly York to Jacksonville, and is operated
    as a solid vestibule train between
    chiseled stone. All the good people Washington and Jacksonville.
    of that city should now throw around Train No. 31 will leave New York
    him the strong arm of their moral at 1 p. m., Philadelphia 3:29 p. m.,
    and active support. Many a good Baltimore 5:50 p. m., Washington 71
    movement of this -kind is overshad- p. m., Richmond 10:40 p. m., Ports-
    Se mouth 9 p. m, Columbia 8:40 a. m.,
    owed aud finally defeated by the Savannah 12-18 a: m., arriving Jack-
    apparent lack of interest and support sonville at'3:50 p. m., leaving' Jack-
    from the better class. It is a duty sonville 7:40 p. m., Oeala 12:58 a..m.,
    Small Christian people owe to them. arriving Tampa 6:30- a. m. This


    Mtary public for the State at large.
    1). C. Dvess, of Olustee, to he

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    I-~ ~ R 29.Mnd~ 1900.

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    runty commissioner for district 2, eft for hbrne ina-t Tumesday. uii.esIs as against ;;..
    iaker countv r .- wheat. They aire t
    aker county. Communication. wheat. Te '. gl
    A. W. Vinson. of Ladv Lake, toe thie t:tll 1ilow:
    I" 1r Tailah1 asseean.i-- i ha- h lon
    stice of the peace for district 11' been the opinion of the writer AI "I
    ake county. fouie n the knowled ex e- r
    Governor lloxham has com0111- -
    i.sioed E. Stlo rid rofe- relice and ,hlservation -of ilore than whleI ..:: I :W. N.I
    sioned II. E. Stocklbridlge, Profes- half a .century- that t.wee- :ha
    ,r Agriculture in the Florida Agri- half a century that we have a
    country including miileC ( otto'n ;eed has
    iltutral College, Lake City, a dele- couatn e nluoing onfhil recent inv esti ation U
    C and tile eastern portion of West; t I vestit-iton i
    ate to the Southern Industrial Con- nt-ritc vehthat
    te to the wiith w i meet at Newl onr- .Florida. which, under skillful, intel- trinsic value half tha
    nation, which will meet at ew igent exploitation wld become, i w fulland
    *as earl in Decemper. proportion to its area, the richest such uses as are :lrel
    P. P. P. Lippman's Great Remedy. agricultural, and to a great extent- t. There is a know
    the greatest blood purifier in the manufacturing section of the Union;
    world; superior to all sarsaparillas, for but which, in its present siipshod and
    e cure of Scrofula in its worst forms ruinous svste, must, in a compara-
    oitre. Hio Disease, Swelled Neck, Run- ruinous t, in a a
    ng Soies and Sores in the Eyes. tively brief period become so im-
    P. P. P. makes a sure and permanent poverished as to fail to make the -
    ire. present meagre starveling return to
    Miss Ida Hastings. Savanaah, Ga., says present meagre starveling return to
    e was suffering all the torture of a ter- its proprietors. Scourged annually
    ble case of scrofula, and no relief could by the destructive system of culture,
    Obtained until P. P. P., Lippman's of the most ignorant and reckless *
    reat Remedy, was tried: the result was class of laborers, whose only thought O US
    complete cure. is to secure the scanty return of to-
    Sold by all druistsay, and let tomorrow take care of Cures Neural.
    Proceedings of Supreme Court. itself. No other section of this great Toothache, H
    Fred. N. Varn, plaintiff in error, country could have escaped utter ness, Cramp C
    s. Asa 1). Alderman, defendant in sterility, as the conseiuen -e of some Swellings of
    rror.-Polk county. Judgment re- thirty-five years of this ruinous scalp- Sick Stomach
    ersed and cause remanded with di- ing system of so-called agriculture. Colds or Pnui
    sections to grant a new trial. Opin- I presume that not one acre in a
    on by Mr. Justice Carter. Jefferson hundred has been fertilized even in
    "arn, for plaintiff in error: J. L. Al- the most superficial manner, proba-
    ritton and II. P. Logan, defendant bly not one in a thousand. IO 0
    n error. The same lands are thus
    James E. I lendry as Assignee of worked year afterr year, without
    . J. Blount & Co., appellant, vs. rest, or change pf crop, some of them
    'he Pebble Phosphate Company, for the last seventy-five years have
    ppellee.-Lee county. Decree af- been under constant culture, and but

    ,nd Louis A. Hendry, for appellant; of the soil unoidr the influences of L IV E
    P. 0. Knight, for appellee. our climate would now be incapable
    Thos. P. Weston, appellant, vs. of producing a, respectable nubbin.
    William H. Bonney et al., appellees. What are we to do? It seems to the Billiousness, Consti
    Bradford county. Decree affirmed, writer that the remedy is obvious. Ailments result
    per curiam. Charles L. Fildes and If we would arrest utter destruction Appetite, 1D
    Frank W. Pope, for appellant; we must introduce another system,
    Fletcher & Wurts, for appellees. but this can only be done by intro- I i mUla
    Robinson W. Cater et al., appel- during a superior class of agricultur- t StimU
    ants, vs. Maurice Emanuel, appellee. ists-farmers, owners of the soil
    -St. Johns county. Appeal dis- they cultivate. Of course in all I
    missed, per curiam. W. W. Dew- have said reference is had only to the ap
    hurst, for appellants: A. W. Cock- negro renting system. But we may Cures ore or nfla
    rell & Son, for appellee. be asked "can this be done?" Sore or Inla
    G. Towney Kennard, plaintiff in In the present. condition of social
    error, vs. The State of Florida, de- life in the South, immigration in the Sold on
    pendant in error.-Alachua county. ordinary way will not reach this see- |
    Petition for rehearing denied. tion of Florida in many decades. Never pains
    Clark & Gibbons, for petitioner. Many have tri-d it individually, but. sor,. eYeiy q
    after a brief period of isolation in the
    Millions Given Away. "dark belt," cut off from all social
    It is certainly gratifying to the public life and surrounded by a race alto-
    to know of one concern in the land who gether incongehial, they abandoned nF') 1i- |rse
    are not afraid to be generous to the the country with great loss to them-
    needy and suffering. The proprietors of selves and returned to their old homes
    tionn Coghs and covy for avensump- doubtless carrying discouraging re- If y11 o4 ln mules
    away over ten million trial bottles of ports which effectually restrained- a
    this great medicine; and have-the-satis- others from trying the experiment, A
    faction of knowing it has absolutely and, the longer this system of immi- V aIkerr
    cured thousands of hopeless cases.
    Asthma, Bronchitis, Hloarseness and all gration is maintained the more difli-
    diseases of the Throat, Chlest and Lungs cult it will be to induce an increase .



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    *ren proved by
    S have .in in-
    off the cotton
    properlyy put to
    y known for
    latent value in

    Jacksonville and New Orleans, oper-
    ated over the Seaboard, Jacksonville
    to River-Junction, thence the Louis-
    ville & Nashville Railroad.
    North and Westbound.-Train
    No. 3 leaves Jacksouville at 7:30 p.
    m., Monticello 12:15 a. m., Montgom-
    ery 8:10 a. m., arriving St. Louis at
    7:44 a. in. This train also arrives
    Tallahassee at 1 a. m.
    Southbound.-Train No. 4 leaves
    St. Louis at S p. m., Montgomery
    7:45 p. m., Monticello 4:10 a. min., ar-
    riving Jacksonville at 8:50 a. m.
    This train also leaves Tallahassee at
    3:15 a. m.
    Trains Nos. 3 and 4 operate
    -through Pullman buffet sleeping cars
    between Jacksonville and St. Louis,
    via Seaboard Jacksonville to Monti-
    cello, Plant System Monticello to
    Montgo'mery, and the Mobile & Ohio
    Montgomery to St. Louis. This is a
    new sleeping car line, which is inau-
    gurated with this change of sched-
    Between Jacksonville and Fernan-
    dina.--Trains leave Jacksonville for
    Fernandinaat 10:20 a. in., 4:25 p. m.
    and 7:45 p. m.
    Trains arrive Jacksonville from
    Fernandina at S:55 a. m. and 3:50
    All of the Seaboard's passenger
    trains enumerated are operated daily.
    Every care and attention has been
    given, regardless of expense, to make
    these trains first-class in all their ap-
    Civil Appointments.
    Governor Bloxham has made the
    following civil appointments:
    N. B. Miranda, of St. Petersburg,
    to be notary public for the State-at
    E. .M. Mallette, of Thomasville, to
    be commissioner of deeds for Flor-
    ida, in the State of Georgia.
    J. 11. Stays, of Fernandina, to lbe
    notary public for the State at large.
    T C liird-l of Lak. L Intler to h.

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    hold Medicin(
    ic, Rheumatic, Nervous or Spasmorf Piains,
    adache, lick-che, Sprains, Bruises, Lame-
    plic, Diarrhoea, )Dysentery, Stings o~A insects,
    1 Kinds, Stiff Neck, Soreness, Sore' Throat,
    or Sea Sickness. In cases of lhF, .Coughs.
    lonia, it affords


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    ' REGUL4TOR1
    ation, Heartburn, Inffii.e4tion, lie lai-tihe, ani 4l
    ig from a Disordered Liver, such as Los, of
    spondency, Blues, Weakness, Tired k'eeliur
    and Inactivity -of the Mind. a
    :es and purifies th Blood.

    Inese Eye Wa er
    d 'Eyes. Granulated Eve Lids, and s soothing sM
    strengthening to Weak Eyes.

    Guaratee===No Cure lNo Pag.
    :he eye to use it, but is raaiiir:nt.ee4! to lcure
    icker than any other remedy ev r used.

    Owaer, and Stock Dealers.

    r iwr'-s, you should by all mneaa keecp at

    Dead Shot CoAc Cu
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    2005. Majority for Sparkman, i
    10,335. 1
    Second District--Robert W. Pa- ]
    vis, Democratic, 13,011; J. M. Che-
    ney, Republican, 3,255; majority for
    Davis, 9,756.
    The vote for Governor was as fol-
    lows: Jennings, Democratic, 29,251;
    Macfarlane, Republican, 6,438; Mor-
    ton, Populist, 631.
    Constitutional Amendments-To
    provide for representation of new
    counties in the Legislature-For,
    6,495; against, 4,511.
    To prohibit special legislation in
    favor of corporations-For, 6,159;
    against, 4,458.
    To provide for election of County
    Commissioners-For, 8,891; against,
    To provide for a new State seal
    and flag-For, 5,601; against, 4,121.
    Seaboard Improvements.
    Col. A. Pope, assistant general
    passenger agent of the Seaboard Air
    Line, was in the city last week. The
    condition of our passenger depot was
    called to his attention, and was to
    him a revelation that called forth em-
    phatic expressions of surprise and
    disapproval. From what he said to
    prominent citizens it is expected that
    we will soon have a new one, or
    there will be great improvements
    made in the old one.
    There is certainly much room for
    improvement. Tallahassee has been
    a long suffering community in this
    respect and her emancipation is
    looked forward to with great inter-
    est and anxiety. It cannot come too


    ing to their resp
    proper exhibit or
    proposed to be sold
    or commissioners, furn
    program to visit or
    visited such section
    be likely to furnish col,
    ganized into colonies
    them the social life of
    and by their numbers
    to secure the benefits
    combined capital to
    ries increased profits
    products of their farr
    What under intell
    is this section not cap:
    ing? We hai~e cotton
    seed. which should b*
    within its county. Ai
    of'this seed permit mi
    extracts from an artic
    rum" by E. L. Johnso
    "But now those wh<
    customer to look ul
    seed as a mere by-pro
    ton field must alter
    view. Let us compar
    by-product with one
    l'rotein. Carbol
    Wheat ...... 11.s 7:.4 ;
    Ctlon Seeti. 17. o7 IU. S
    "The above table
    ber of pounds of fo
    and the analytical vahi
    each of wheat and C
    cording to the method
    Agricultural Experil
    It shows the surpri
    pound for pound, co
    greater intrinsic valuh
    "There are raised i

    Letters Patent Issued. States alone 5 7-. as a
    Letters patent have been issued by ic(tton seed as there aa
    the Secretarv of State for the incor-!els of wi at 'i the
    portion of the Jacksonville Gala States. The yie
    Week Association, with a capital els of cotton seed. o
    stocK of 81 1,(0. The iincrporators the liber, is greater th
    re ,T. W. Ilaiev, (< 1. .il wheat per acre, and i
    .1. WV. White and:u ('hiarles A. ('lark. The rI(orts of the
    S)Depwirtment of A,4ri
    iMr. Fran ik (Cird o(f lic;l.n,,,. Va. t -! p
    wlho hals I)e-. visit i' b i ,nJ .is: .-r. 'Mrs. 1 i. e lo I
    I'. \\n,,lbw,.ll. l,,rim '.ite p,.st we.k. Y yield per a i'e v of c t 'l
    -- -- I 1 1 I ":_ ..

    a lre in iusi-
    *r and above
    1n the yield of
    is increasing.
    unitedd Stat,'s
    ilture for the
    e the ;ive a.e
    nii s,ed at 14.7
    3: bushels for
    1n it dletail in

    10. -

    re worth; a the cotton seed crop of $200,
    tedule of all equal to four cents profit on
    le out; agents tire cotton crop, wlich is
    bhed With the nually lost" so much for one
    cause to be Then we have the cane, the
    S as may tobacco for cigars, the cassava,
    nists who, or- and profitably convertible
    ill bring with starch, and supplying abundant
    eir old homes an excellent food ,for dai
    vould be able purposes. We havt' nearly al
    erivable from cereals, for forage tA corn, the
    ure by facto- lets, crabgrass, th( desmodina
    om the crude beggar weed, the veiret bean,
    varieties of the sAghum
    rent direction rice, etc. We ha, virtuallyt-
    ale of produc- spring seasons for rdening 1
    its lint and its there is scarcely a d in the e
    manufactured which the industrious ma
    to the value labor in the open air. Of allll
    to give some more valuable staples enurall
    e in the "Fo- the farmer could cultivate a pr ,
    : tion and by combination eould
    have been ac- centrally located machinery
    ,n the cotton establishments capable of econo
    uctof the cot- conversion of the crude prodQ
    beir point of into more valuable prond
    this so-called forms. omme
    the cereals: If such a system of eoloni
    COMPARE,.. proved a. success, the unreservd
    F i. Value. farms being sold on easy terms, tiL
    reserved farms would" enhance i
    i<:7 i.: value and the whole would doubtk
    :ives the mum- redound to the p fit of all e.m
    e t earned. I offer ts s e
    components cer offer gesio
    of 10 pounds simply as crude ouOnes which
    ,tton seed ac- tend top lead thought and action i
    in use hy the the direction of ultimate benefitto
    ent Stations. inte ested. oBtEr GTm.oTxa
    ng fact that,
    n seed MILLINERY
    than wheat.
    the Southern
    any 'ishels of
    i raised bush-
    whole United a
    ,I % I- o l o t 1 !




    Miss AdeLi Gerard

    - w i 04 f I t i 4 ( I ; j z "'T


    THI.Y y~~f;z.Lb 9 90
    7-9~ "

    Dr. L A. Shine.
    0 L Cawent to Orawfordvill
    akon a bam= trip. '
    ; .unn went to Ocala this
    a visit to relatives.
    D. B. Mgignniss, Jr., was among
    week visitors to Jacksonville.
    W. S. Quartei an went over to
    yesterday to send Thanksgiving
    his father.
    Sprify and enrich the Blood,
    the Nerves and Invigorate
    m, use Dr. M. A. Simmons
    Frank Hirt and children returned
    ta with her mother, Mrs. Davis,
    el Fred. L. Robertson, of Brooks-
    editor of the News-Register, is at
    'tal on business.
    Rk Long and Mrs. James B.
    ble returned on last Tuesday from
    Flashing Eye, Buoyant Footstep
    Rosy Complexion result from the
    of Dr. --. A. Simmons Liver Medi-

    Fay Scott, of Quincy, paid a visit
    friend, Miss Beesie Saxon, this

    t. D'Alemberte, of Pensacola, vis-
    the Capital City this week on busi-

    Julius Diamoud went to Jackson-
    to visit relatives and attend the
    C. Matheson, of Gainesville. took
    oath of admittance to the Supreme
    berlin's Stomach and Liver
    lets curq biliousness, cost pation
    headache. They are eas-y to take
    d pleasant in effect or sale by
    eight & Bro.
    e Young Men's Business League is
    king arrangements for inauguration
    y, January 8. Hon. William .Jennings
    an and lion. Adlai E. Stevenson
    ve both been invited-to be present on
    t occasion.
    Colonel John L. Handley, Supreme
    retary of Fraternal Union of America,
    m D)enver: Colorado, arrived yester-
    and wili deliver a public address at
    d Fellows Hiall tonight (Friday).
    When you feel that life is hardly
    north the candle take a dose of Chain-
    rlains Stomach and Liver Tablets.
    y will cleanse your stomach, tone up
    ur liver and .regulate your bowels,
    taking you feel like a new man. For
    le by Wight & Bro.
    Jefferson county is not over her elec-
    n troubles gven yet but will hold a
    rmary fornominating county commis-
    oners in De( ember.
    The Inter collegiate Oratorical Associ-
    tion and the Platonic Debating Society
    the State Seminary are arranging to
    yve Governo- W. S. Je-nnings, Hon. W.
    . Bryan. Governor W. D. Bloxham and
    on. E. Stevenson a carriage drive over
    beautiful lbills of Leon county during
    afternoon iof inauguration day.
    makers and circulators of coun-
    it commit fraud. Honestmen will
    receive you into buying, worthless
    terfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hiazel
    e. The original is infallible for cur.
    g piles, injuries, eczema and skin dis-
    ases. All dealers.
    Mr. A. Pope, the newly appointed as-
    Sistant general freight agentof th- S A.
    , made his first visit to our city this
    ast week. We hope it means much for
    Sin the future.
    Messrs. W. A. Demilly and W. ('.
    ewis went down to the Pinhook c'in-
    ry this week for a deer hunt.
    Rev. E. W. Gamble, accompanied lby
    u father, Mr. E. W. Gamble of this
    ace, returned to Tarbaro, N. C., on
    After exposure or when you feel a
    old coming oB, take Foley's Honey and
    ar. It never fails to cure, and will
    event pneumonia or consumption if
    aken in time. .

    Rev. E. W. Gamble, of Tarboro,;N. C.,
    the son of our bid citizen of that name,
    arrived Saturday for a short visit to his
    family. Mr. Gamble preached a most
    interesting sermon on Sunday evening
    last at the Episcopal church which
    owing to inclement weather was missed
    by most of the congregation.
    Messrs. David and Ormond Chaires,
    of Chaires, Fla.. were in town on Satur-
    The Grand United Sons and Daugh-
    ters of Israel had a parade of its order
    last Thursday afternoon and that even-
    ing a public installation of their Grand
    Lodge officers for the State of Florida.
    We received an invitation but too late to
    attend. -
    Our streets have been unusually lively
    for the past two weeks owing to the
    session of the United States District
    Court and of our State Circuit Court.
    Mrs. Apte and son, of Atlanta, Ga.,
    who was hastily summoned to the sick
    bedside of her mother, Mrs. Robt. Wil-
    liams of this city. returned home Mon-
    day. We are glad to say that her
    mother is rapidly convalescing.
    Temporary Derangement of Digestion,
    through overwork, work or emotional
    excitement, are quickly rectified by Dr.
    M. A. Sinmmnions Liver Medicine.
    Judge Geo. P. Raney and Capt. R. A.
    Shine, who attended the meeting of the
    State Executive Committee, returned
    home immediately after. -its adjourn-

    Dr. W. & LE. 1 is, Dentis Phone No.,5010p119"sat*
    S.48-10t o r .o The largest, assortment ofgiponges ss Jr., fti
    .. LuD b rFor aele by GiosoDnsaa ever brought to Tallahanee, at
    i visiting Miss Bessie Gibbs. FULL CORD Schrader's. anin ari Repiring.
    i rean, of leAn Oo Guaranteed and delivered in city at .50 -- -'-
    isat. Fl n, of leveland. Ohio, is e r cord. old, in 8 foot lengths only. Anything you want in our line at Has for sale his Fall and
    at Mr. E.. lliams' for the winter. odiverie made where wood has to lowest cash prices--People's Grocery. Winter Styles of .. p. .itl T ilin P
    Dr.R. A. Shine went to Jacksonville becarriedinto yards. Terms cash, or Alw ipitl IlUlIIg gU.,
    tO ee t.Ah ine swhtte iGala.Week. 6-Of acco_ OetAlways to the front, with the latest W. H. FREELANDt Prop.,
    to see the sights during the Gala Wee. due prese tion of accnt. styles in Dre Goods Always u W. EEtoLAN Prop.
    DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the hIO HMat, Shirts, Pan date, with the latest Novelties. No shop Ne" to Exprem o0ce.
    best lie e andall| OTt r OOds At worn goods shown you for this year' hoes I WoodI Woodi1 WoodI
    and never pil ver. All de Easy to take rgain goos Everything bright and Wood I Wood Wood
    verde date at J. IR Cohen s Dry Goods Palace. All kinds of wood-lonr, cut or split-
    SMiss Johnnie Cay left last week to visit o st. Ask for 'Tradimg Stamps, he gives them. I delivered to any part of city on short
    her sister at Lake City. Will the parties who borrowed our 38 -4 notice by telephones No. 41 Wood Yard
    ............ ......block and tackle, please return at once. C, -Hats'- or 87. at the plant of Talvor & Chi
    Father Kenney, of Jacksonville, wasat a t G Lto & DAVIS o. losing ou sa e at Thanking my usomers for past favors
    the Capital last week. at Boxhornm s rgain House. I am respectfully. G. H. Avr-
    t C t aD- don't be put off with old style goods. at. ,.- a G .0-tfH
    Mrs. Thomas Sims, of Tampa, spent Buy the up-to-date Ultra shoe for ladies, Choice selections t Cut Glass. at lr l n
    last week with relatives here. and ask to see Hawe's celebrated $3.00 Sweeting's. | -
    S.. ,. _.. .---- hats--to be seen only at Mr. D. B. Me-- ,- r ip e a
    Mr. Thomas Wight, of Georgia, vis- ginniss, Jr. Ask for Trading Stamps. Canned Tripe, at people's Grocery, A N -
    ited relatives here a few days ago. 38 4t Chas. F. Cogswell, proprietor. -
    Hon. T. L. Clarke. of Monticello, vis- Tomato Relish in one pint bottles. It A lovely assortnen of fancy mantle .
    ited the Capital on Thursday. isfine. Trya bottle. People's Grocery, clocks, fortheholiday season at Sweet- nt's Furnishings. *u-_ = W I
    J. Odgers of Frostburg, Md.. writes: Chas. F. Cgswell, proprietor. S. 1
    "I had a very bad attack of kidney comr- DUr,,, M. T. Joiner's headquarters for Sm- -
    plaint and tried Foley's Kidney Cure uLISs DJ & 58 O8 litali11 .ger Sewing Machine supplies has been / r
    which gave me immediate relief, and I Next door north of Leon Hotel, open all moved to Miss Gerard's store. Call or Ao Men's Ready-made Trousers. Or- -2we H-
    was perfectly cured after taking two the year. Graduate nurses and fiSmt- send there for what you want 31-tf tk fo i .
    bottles." Take no substitute. Wight & clam accommodations. For particulars rs taken for Tailor-ae Sut
    Bro. apply to We have just received a new line of -.- -- "- C
    B. -. -- ~ .. .- MISS SALLIE E. BLAKE, Prop'r. solid gold and plated jewelry of all de- c E I .
    Gen. David Lang, private secretary to 31-6m Tallahasae, Fla. scriptions. Call and inspect my stock. F or Sale rP
    Governor Bloxham, spent the week at H. N. SWEETLNG.
    Panacea Springs. Fresh Pork Sausage, at People's G ro-5 o -- a.... T .o. e C -E
    -- ce Some of the latest ovelties min Heart
    Miss Eva Taylor. daughter of Chief cery, Chas. F. Cogswell, proprietor. Je lr Sweeti Go and see C 1. All iln grood r'ul-ii g gXl) 1
    Justice R. Fenwick Taylor, visited Jack- A full line of Lincon's Remedies can them. n C. n h !1 e r a t -
    sonville during Gala Week. only be obtained at Wight & Bros. Call What are the wild waves O le. Can be )o, ll a a a
    Mr. T J Phillis wife and daughter and see those Winter Chamois Vests for trade at the cleanest' up-to-date grocery b; gaill. Address r o
    arrived from T. J. Phillips, lt ekand Ldaughter, adies and Gent&. Ask for Trading store in town-T. B. Byrd. Our special- O nnn
    will reside here in the futr e Stamps. Everybody gets them. 38-4t ties. everything good to eat. Askfor LEVY BROS.1 '- I .'-
    ......... .... ._ .Trading Stamps. 3 I-it ," ,p" ,, .,, [ -- r .-
    liss Etta Dzialynski. of Gainesville, New Home" Ball-Bearing 40i ll:nsse -l ,
    for the past two months the guest of Sewing Machines, at Cl- Atl goods to closed out- .
    Mrs. A. Jacobs, left for home last week. more & Davis Co. at .cot at B xhorn'8 Bar- "
    more.avis o. gain House. Bl I mn T
    Geo. "A..PnT Ue Sd s. Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberts', on An4 elegant line ."f ,prices,, Il/ U I, .fil |1
    writes: "I have been using Foley's Adams street, corn, oats, hay, bran, Vt! ,ht dy Jh o. (If ToiltteXrtmc&h11.o.u
    Honey and Tar for hoarseness and find cooked cow feed. flour in barr nd t/. and 'pric's.a aO fif o. .rtich... -I '
    it the be9t remedy I ever tried. It barrels Besides this you will always only the --.. ..... I =-
    stopped tie cough immediately and re- "- n-y"the"r'e. :.0 -
    stopped the cough immediately and r find a choice line of groceries, cheap. A0ccet i t Green .lte th, e ... n-
    hlieved all soreness.- Wight & Bro. 41-tf "d g '" coit:a,,tlv arrive i. "..
    Miss Fannie Maneeley aud*Miss Hazel. Trading Stamps. We are iI-l"'-l *' > -i Uln -
    of Pensacola. for the past few weeks the Flower Seed and Garden Seed, at u. c
    guests of Mrs. F. R. Lamb, left for their Schrader's. here t Sta. L
    homes on Friday. "_ I TALLAHASSEE DRUG CO. U 2 5
    J W. Bryan. of Lowder. Ills., writes: .'' tf / '" New Homei Ball Bearing
    *'My lit tie boy wa.: very low with pneu- n,,"r. 11I,, (o.fe, ,. ,, n W Cnes, at Cl DELINQUENT TAX LIST$
    monia. Unknown to the doctor wegave Ba/io, dco. i;,/ ,rt ore & Davi-s.i ....o-. ...nin E la.. il
    we g n T rB(,,,)h, 'll.i m I m ore, & DI Wo *I E i.'hi r'* ''" L \*v-v- li that iOl fif.llwiir, -lit-ri,, il latiild will l>.to-- l :it iiutl~l iu '- tiioit om
    him ooney an ar. result at II li/it & Br'o.s. A fresh lot of elegant crisp crackers. Mi'.\ N th.i -: Ila ,Ia- i o t'rl, r. 1: lu-for ithei courtt l,)usi .l.:)r, .lriring l.'.Lhours of
    was magical and puzzled the doctor, as -- all varieties. packa:es and hulk. just i hLats" Tihaii'" imi-, in th. ui. itv It il.. hr sv. muhii t: rt-;,f a. will bu etteCsiarv 4i. pay the
    it immediately stopped the racking F resh Cranbtrries. at People's Gro- at T. B. B"r.*a h', i't a, t h1'.r ,tax-.hrh-.'i s*t o<,it,-,th- sLi m.i t,,-.-th,-r wit,-t,,f nu.fh
    cough and he quickly recovered. Wight ery. Chas. F. Cogwell proprietor. -- ---
    & Bro. Cae> Mills and Sugar Kettle-s. at Yae-
    Mrs. B. M. Burrough"s came up to J. A. Holloway. dealer in Pianos and .er's. -
    visit her old hmine and friend, at Talla- Organs. St. James Hotel. Sale and own. ..,i|ii.,i.
    hassee last week. ware rooms in Floridian Building. :1i-tf If you want anything in ('Cut Glass,
    --. -- Sweeting'.s is the place.
    Mrs L. A Perkins and her son Mas- Anything you may want in Canned S i sh.. N. i, aii,. ........................1. it;. N. A ....... .....
    ter Laurie returned home from her sum- 1 Goods by the dozen or case. at People's LosT-Ladies Brown Cape and a inue. it.nt .........T. Lot s o, N. ........................ M outing in the mountains of Georgia I Grocery, Clhas. F. Cogswell, proprietor. Child'. Blue Duck Sack. between Mrs. A Fit, '1 ,to I:,, t
    Ti fl"a, :,t: tht .......... .... ... ......... Lot 1. N 1 (- 0 43 ...... ........ 3 i
    Last week. -- -- .J. B. Uolins and Capital. Finder will i. i arIuter ... ........ It T 4'-ot2 P..............
    e Sweeting has just received some of the please return to store of L,. C. Yaeger. -
    The small boy and big gun. with a latest things in Mantle tClocks_ \. WILON. City Tax olector.
    pointer dog following at his heels is a Glass and Putty and a imnn to put -
    common sight on Saturdays. Remember that Sweetting carries the them in. at Yaeger's.
    finest stock of diamonds of any one in F--. F S5
    Many of your friends, or people whom the city. Thermometers at Schrader's.
    you know of, have contracted consump- Pa.ak in Si H t l a
    tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases, Louisiana Molasses in one quart cans, All kinds for all purposes at
    by neglect of a simple cold or cough. at People's Grocer. Chas. F. Cogsweli, Schrader's. IUPanacea mineral Springs Hotel,
    Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and proprietor. .
    pleasant cough medicine, would have --. -A full line of up to-date magazines. EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor.
    saved them. It is guaranteed. Wight On account of removal, we books and stationery, at Hill's Book
    & Bro. coffee our entire Stock at Store. Ask for Tradg Stamps. t.50 $8.00 per week
    The Builhing and Loan Association C ost. Boxhorn's Barain a Rates, $ I.50 per1day; $8.00 per week; 125.00
    The Building and Loan Association Cos8 B Prvsh Applo Cider, at Peotole's Gro- to S30.00 per month
    has opened its books for subcriptiun to a House. e, Ca. F. Cogswell. propritor. to $30.00 per month
    new aeries of its stock. Call on the --
    treasurer and subscribe, young man, d "New Home" Ball-Bearing Taylor & Child Sec-ial rats will be given families or parties.
    build yourself a home. Sewing Machines, at Cii- Kee csttly on d all grad of Hack met. ill trains at Sopchopoy Station on tarratbele. Talla-
    The Ladies. Aid Society of the Presby- morelumber kept n a first-clas. dar. h a Excursion Rates..
    teria Churc, will hold their Chrsmas You don't need to be told where t one0 The above road is now giving the following low round trip rates
    Bazar Friday, Dec. h. take your watch, as Sweeting is well Oat, Went Bran. etc.. at P1pi's from Tallaha see: Good to return from Saturday until Mondiv. $1.75.;
    Perfectly heallth.y people have pure, known to be the expert. Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswell. proprietor. good for ten days, $2.00: zood until September, $2.30.
    rich blood. HioodA's Sareaparilla purifies .. --Packet All Modem Conveniences.
    and enriches uhe blood and makes peo- Shingles at Yaeger's. A 0P1 Q ar n Oe eas Tuhe hotel has just been enlarged. new mineral and salt water
    pie healthy. To Cure Constlpation Forever, pools built: hot and cold water in all rooms: baths also girven in hotel;
    h10apdt o 'u ae. a re an tr billiard and pool rooms: shuffle board, and in fact all modern conve-
    The original production of "Quo Va- Take CaocaretI Candy Cathartic. cu r niences. Post office in hotel building. Telephone connection with
    dis" with its wealth of special ucene-y or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, drug- telegraph office. Dailv mails, etc. Cuisine the best.
    will be presented for the first time in gists refund noney. For further information, address
    this city at Opera House on next Mon- H a A TDAIU RDAN MlSIUT ( EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
    day night. 'LAe play is in six acts and Huyler's Canddies. U lU II. 3i Panaea. PLa .
    eight tableaux. It tells a thrilling story II. V. R. Schrader,. sole agent, al-
    of a young Roman soldier who falls in ays f resh., 111 S WWW
    love with a Onristian maiden, of the A pi.ouou- lat I -'..:'-.w ..rti nt-,lioi-
    persecution of the maiden by the Empe- You have all heard about the Stamp ,ryper.n who orns a tihae :ov" 'inu" ,h S iA,
    ror Nero, and of her ultimate triumph craze-the Trading Stamp Collectors in hitters ijtto the torrc(L name oi tL; pl.ant ?aid j
    through her belief in hristianity. Pce- Tallahasee seem to know a good thing, arden sds wreras on AvIu .A

    ter, theApostle ofChrist, isa prominent -A-sk__for-_he=Mm.-- 3-4,_nlilV- ..........41al......... .... ~ t "_.- -.- -- "
    Ask for them. 384t nameof plant in seal end e in ,-are. oi7
    character in this play. A t Opera House djlitr Talaha-.eeaun. ('oonte-tson ic.nnie- ,,
    Dec. 3. 114~Ft. 1l1 Mi In sndinli repliL- plea.'.' gi .' |aull
    D 3Nunuall.'sF ine Candies, one- a dMre-s, and write plainly. ndeod :nsacF,.r t,' -
    The finest display of cut glass that has ]adf, omi pound and two pound, ,,, ", ,,1t LAIIANEi.
    ever been in T s, is at 8 bwe ai lfn&pu o. Fla. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,
    ever been in Taiahassee, is atSweeting'. res by e press, at Wight Bro. Nxt i to 'ilmt & l)avi .. t mo. site eight ) rug ,r.
    Candies, Candies, Candies" and all New Buckwheat, at People's Grocery, ibson's Frut Tablets
    nice- fresh goods for Christmas Chas. F. Cogswell. proprietor.GA
    coming every day, at People's Grocery. -AND -
    For Coughs-Douglas Cough Dunbar's B.ritaria Shrimp, at Pe-a e
    For Coughs-Douglas Cough pole's Grocery. Chas. F. Cogswell, pro- 0wney
    Syrup. at Schrader's. prietor.

    "An oinice ofwprevention, i worth Don't forget the closing attr-ictiv to ti,- 4.y.. pliea-
    "a puf ,, c re." Teref ei out sale at cost, at Box in- to the tastt_ nourishin! to
    a pod o ce. erer se a horn's Bargain House. t,, o ,li, ,all
    C/1esvt Protector, prnerev's ,o/ldx. For r ,fore'ti fs
    sale by WVighl( Br'. Everything found in a first class hard iers of ofetio
    ware store can he obtained at Gilmore &
    The hest the inmarkets of the world )Davis Co.'s. Ask forTradingStamnps. Te Tallahasee Drug C
    produce in Cina and Cat Mass will be I-4t. Taahasee Drug C .
    seen at Sweeting s for the Holidays.
    Headquart-rs for the Gren Stamp Com. Educate Your Bowels With Cascaret..N
    panv in Tallahassee. Ask for themn. Ctndy Cathartic. cure constipation
    -tfr 100. M_- 25c. If C. C. G. faii F

    Back Again.
    After almost two months absence
    from the store, we are again at our
    post and can be found there at any and
    all times.
    We thank our friends for their past
    patronage, and we solicit it in the fu-
    ture. While we may not be the nearest
    druggist to you, but we will come near-
    I est to pleasng you. Some ask why ?
    Our answer to these are: Because we
    v.,, hardest to please you. And we are

    I.*/>*, I W Z1 *U. A I /. %--. -.J. I -.
    druggists refuunl money.

    Tailor Work.
    I have a Tailor, well rec-
    ommended, at work over
    my store.
    D. B. MECINNISS, Jr.
    Lumber. Lumber.
    See Taylor& Child before you .lose a
    trade with' anybody for your lumber.

    H awe's F
    I am agent for Hawes
    Hat. and are now showir
    fall shapes in Derbys a'
    solutely the best $3 .00 H


    elebrated ,.0 i' i
    c all the latest
    d Alpines-alb-
    Lt made.

    D. B. ME(INNISS, Jr.


    :attention. _

    Real Estate Agency,
    0,000.acres of Timbered Land for sale'in Middle, Easi and West
    in tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand arer

    T- -Hp

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    CHAPTER 1.
    The first time I met her I was a re-
    porter in the embryonic state and she
    was a girl in short dresses. It was In
    a garden surrounded by high red brick
    walls which were half hidden by clus-
    ters of green vines and at the base of
    which nestled earth beds radiant with
    Voses and poppies and peonies and
    bushes of lavender lilacs, all spilling
    their delicate ambrosia on the mild air
    of passing May. I stood, straw hat In
    hand, wondering If I had not stumbled
    into some sweet prison of flower
    which, having run disobedient ways In
    the past, had been placed here by Flo-
    ra -and forever denied their native
    meadows and wildernesses. And this
    vision of fresh youth In my path, per-
    haps she was some guardian nymph. I
    was only 22,. a most Impressionable
    age. Her hair was like that rare Oe-
    tober brown, half dun, half gold; her
    eyes were cool and restful, like the
    brown pools one iees in the heart of
    the forests, and her lips and cheeks
    cozened the warm vermilion of the
    rose which lay ever so lightly on the
    bosom of her white dress. Close at
    hand was a table upon which stood a
    pitcher of lemonade. She was holding
    in her hand an empty glass. As my
    eyes encountered her calm, Inquiring
    gaze my courage fled precipitately,!
    likewise the object of my errand.
    There was a pause; diffidence and em-'
    barrassment on my side, placidity on'
    . hers.
    "Well, sir?" said she in a voice the;
    tone of which implied that she could '
    readily understand her presence in the
    garden, but not mine.
    As I remember it. I was suddenly
    seized with a great thir.t. "I should
    like a glass of your lenijnad'." I an-
    swered. bravely laying down !hhe only
    piece of money I possess"ed. Ilr s.'rn
    lips parted in a smile. amnd my e:::rg:;
    came back cautiously-thlat is to sa-y.
    by degrees. She filled a glass for me.
    and as I gulped it down I could al-
    most detect the flavor of lemon and
    "It is very good." I volunteered, pass-
    Ing back the glass. I held out my
    hand. smiling.
    "There isn't any change." coolly.
    I flushed painfully. It was fully four
    miles to Newspaper row. I was con-
    scious of a sullen pride. Presently the
    object of my errand returned. Some-
    what down the path I saw a gentleman
    reclining in a canvas swing. "Is that
    Mr. Wentworth?" I asked.
    "Yes. Do you wish to speak to him?
    Uncle Bob. here is a gentleman who
    desires to speak to you."
    I approached. "Mr. Wentworth," I
    began, cracking the straw in my hat.
    "my name is John Winthrop. I amn a
    reporter. I have-called to see if it is true
    that you have declined the Italian port-
    "It is true." he replied kindly. "There
    are any number of reasons for. my de-
    clining it. but I cannot make them pub-
    lic. Is that all?"
    "Yes, sir; thank you," and I backed
    "Are you a reporter?" asked the girl
    as I was about to pass by her.
    "Yes, I am."
    "Do you draw pictures?"
    "No, I do not"
    "Do you write novels?"
    "No." with a nervous laugh.
    There is nothing like the process of
    interrogation to make one person lose
    interest in another.
    "Oh, I thought perhaps you did," she
    said and turned her back to me. I
    passed through the darkened halls of
    the house and into the street. I never
    expected to see her again, but it was
    otherwise ordained. We came together
    three years later at Block Island. She
    was IS now. gathering the rosy flowers
    of her lir:t season. She reicmlbt'red
    the incid,;nt in tihe garden. and w.
    laug1h(d over it. A few dances, twvo ot"
    three eveih,.:, on0 the \rniii':ls v;wathi-

    -~~... .'~TH WnU Y

    appealed to my poetic instinct. Per-
    haps that was the cause of it all. And
    then she was very beautifuL In the
    autumn of that year we became great
    friends, and through her influence I
    began to see beyond the portals of the
    mansions of the rich. Matthew Prior's
    Chloes and Sir John Suckling's Euphe-
    has lost their charms. Henceforth my
    muse's name became Phyllis. I took
    her to, the opera when I didn't know
    where I was going to breakfast on the
    morrow. I sent her roses and went
    without tobacco, a privation of which
    woman knows nothing. Often I was
    plunged Into despair at my distressed
    ckdruewasce" Money to her meant
    something to spend; to me it meant
    something to get. Her income bother-
    ed her because she could not spend it;
    my income was mortgaged a week in
    ad-ance and did not bother me at all.
    This was the barrier at my lips. But
    her woman's intuition must have told
    her that she was a part and parcel of
    my existence.
    I had what is called a forlorn hope--
    a rich uncle who was a planter in Lou-
    isiana. His son and I were his only
    heirs. But this old planter had a mor-
    tal antipathy to my side of the family.
    When my mother, his sister, married
    Alfred Winthrop in 1859. at the time
    when the north and south were ap-
    proaching the precipice of a civil war,
    he considered all family ties obliterat-
    ed. We never worried much about it.
    When mother died. he softened to the
    extent of being present at the funeral.
    He took small notice of my father, but
    offered to adopt me if I would assume
    his name. I clasped my father's hand
    in mine and said nothing. The old
    man stared at me for a moment, .then
    left the house. Ti::it oic's the lirst and
    last time I ever :.iw hila. Sometimes I
    wondered if l \eomi:ii r',niithe.r mtie inl
    his will. This. r 1' -*. Ie', was o mly
    when 1 had >;. ii ': iiis so0 iwilt-re
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    ing the sea. moonlit, as it sprawled
    among the rocks below us. and the
    even tenor of my way ceased to be. I
    appreciated how far she was above me,
    so I worshiped her silently and from
    afar. I told her my ambitions, confi.
    deanes so welcome to feminine ears,
    and she rewarded me with a small ex-
    tchange. She, too, was an orphan and
    Saved with her uncle a rich banker
    who as a dIvyrutd IMttdto epro
    Ot his cuntryat. oUrt. a
    I me a twshma atsm" te arL
    * -tt ad MeshMd I and the my.
    S aemba med t ,Stem

    It wu the lst time I had ever me
    a woman of the name oW Pahyls. I

    or w\li1en omie 'tinrl ILi iuo ost pa-
    One monri'-" in .lanu:irv. five vealr-
    To remove a troublesome corn or bun
    )n: Eirst soak the corn or bunion in
    rarm water to soften it, then pare it
    lown as cloeely as possible without
    Irawmg blood and apply Chamberlain's
    Pain Balm twice daily; rubbing vigo-
    ously for five minutes at each applica-
    ion." A corn plaster should be worn for
    L few days, to protect it from the shoe.
    Ls a general liniment for sprains,
    bruises, lameness and rheumatism. Pain
    Balm is unequaled. For sale by Wight
    t Bro. and all medicine dealers.

    after my second meeting with Phyl!!..
    I sat at my desk in the otlice. It was
    raining, a cold thin rmin. The window
    was blurred. The water in the steam
    pipes went banging awa y. I was com-
    posing an editorial which treated the
    Diplomatic relations between this coun-
    try and England. The roar of Park
    row distracted me. Now and then I
    Mrould go to the window and peer down
    pn the living stream below. A dense
    Loud of steam hung over all the city.
    | swore some when the copy boy came
    in and said that there were yet a col-
    umn and a half to fill and that the
    foreman wanted to "close up the page
    early." The true cause of my Indispo-
    sition was due to the rumors rife in the
    office that morning. Rumors which
    emanate from the managing editor's
    room are usually of the sort which bur-
    den the subordinate ones with anxiety.
    The London correspondent was "going
    to pieces." He had cabled that he was
    suffering from nervous prostration,
    supplementing a request for a two
    months' leave of absence. For "nerv-
    ous prostration" we read "drink." Our
    London correspondent was a brilliant
    journalist. He had written one or two
    clever books. He had it broad knowl-
    edge of men an.dl affairs, and his pen
    was one of those which ti.shed; a-i
    burned at frequent intervals, but li'
    dr':!k. I;inl's f;ither lh:d b been 'ia '-
    tim of the hal' it. I rmcm'ii ,r .';et::. .:
    the elder Iiil.i s. it- w;is a pictmur-
    esque individual, an a('com(iilished(
    scholar, a wide traveler., a diplomatist
    and a noted %var correspondent His
    Work during the Franco-Prussian war
    had placed him in the front rank.: Aft-
    er sending his son Dan to college he
    took no further notice of him. He was
    killed while serving his paper at the
    stige- of AU.randrie ln naturualj
    followed his father's foostp both In
    I0enmtm and In habits. He had been
    MW damatM at-eole,.and no om
    k0eW m better than I except It w
    h4welt'.te bftveofadventure and
    datak la eade the wete Cthe ane. if
    mist end ftuisb IS th fe .

    mwat4r -ome time fethat repqIea
    Ceum' iad a halt W teltrial ea -. 1
    IN =I ninah.anmd mv tumbf m-ha



    'P~jr.~i* p

    to ue'oem aya c w s me uua taum= ua
    had paid my debts and to the many
    times I had paid his. Ah, me! Thoe
    were days when love and fame and,
    riches were elusive, and we went in

    The copy boy said there were vet a column
    and a half to fill.
    quest of them. The crust is hyssop
    when the heart is young. The garret
    is a palace when hope flies unfettered.
    The most wonderful dreams imagina-
    ble are dreamed close to the eaves.
    And when a man leaves behind him
    the garret he also leaves behind the
    foadest Illusions. But who-who would
    stay in the garret?
    And as my thoughts ran on the ques-
    tion rose. Whom would they send in
    Is place-Dan's? I knew London. It
    was familiar ground. Perhaps they
    might send me. It was this thought
    which unsettled me. .1 was perfectly
    satisfied with New York. Phyllis lived
    in New York. There would be time
    enough for London when we were mar-
    ried. Then I began to build air cas-
    tles. A newspaper man is the archi-
    tect of some splendid structures, but
    he thoughtlessly builds on the sand
    when the tide Is out. Yes; foreign cor-
    responding would be all well enough, I
    mused, with Phyllis at my side. With
    her as my wife I should have the envy
    of all my fellow craftsmen. We should
    dine at the embassies, and the attaches
    would flutter about us. and all London
    would talk of the beautiful "Mrs. Win-
    throp." Then the fire in my pipe bowl
    went out. The copy boy was at my el-
    bow again.
    "Hang you!" said I.
    "The foreman says he's coming down
    with an ax." replied the boy.
    It was like churning, but I did man-
    age to grind the copy. I was satisfied
    that 11 e I'iited States and (;re it Brit-
    ain w:\;iI l ,;t go to wa"r over it.
    Tio ;i:i' n'tcnioonllO mail lroui t two
    f't!( "'. )1 ,i;')ned their om, fr'lm Phyllis
    tir:-.. t said::
    There is no pleasure in life if woi
    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 like and all I want and sleep
    soundly every night." Kodol Dyspepsia
    Cure will digest what you eat. All
    Dear Jack-Uncle Bob has a box for the oper.
    tonight, but he has been suddenly called to Wash-
    ington-politis. possibly, but he would not say.
    Aunty and I want you to go with us in his stead.
    Ethel and her fiance, Mr. Holland, will be to-
    gether, which means that amiunty and I will have
    no one to talk to unless you come. "Cannrmen" is
    to be sung. Please do not fail me. PHYLUS.
    Fail her! I thought not.
    Tht'n I read the second letter. I
    read it three or four times, and even
    then I was not sure that I was not
    dreaming. I caught up my pipe again.
    filled it and lit it. I read the letter
    once more. I was solemnly informed
    that my uncle was dead and that I
    was mentioned in the will and that if
    I would kindly call at the Hoffman
    House the following morning a certain
    sum of money would be given to me.
    *I regretted that I had reached that age
    when a man's actions must be digni-

    fled although alone; otherwise I dare
    say I should have danced the pas seul.
    Whatever my uncle's bequest might
    be, I believed that it would make me
    Independently rich. Phyllis was scarce-
    ly an arm's length away now. I whis.
    tied as I locked up my desk and pro.
    ceeded down stairs and sang a siren
    song Into the waxen ears of the cashier.
    "You have only twenty coming this
    week. Mr. Winthrop," said he.
    "Never mind," I replied. "I'll man-
    age to get along next week." It was
    only on very rare occasions that I drew
    my full pay at the end of the week. I
    dined at : fashionable restaurant As
    Shipped i:i-y win. I built one of my
    caslhcs, :: :i i' ,-- lit rei' nd there:l .

    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 anin-
    fallible remedy for croup. Children like
    it and mothers endorse it. M dealers.

    There would be a tip tUfWbrope ever.-
    ummeir, and I shoulM deote my time
    to writing novels. My picture would
    be the t pses te book reiew
    ad wayside pararape would tml a
    the e,,moas royalties my pAbbman
    wer I took mine olda &
    velopes frOm my pocket amd bepa 9l
    t oaak .the-backs at them to whale
    me the. momYabould be put. I
    --mm Om f e m y m le had itlm


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    NovEMBUR 19M.





    asv it^---**- '. advice wanted. We uake w "r-hnv
    her to be unaware of my presence. NOTICE OF 2ASTE 's SALE. xcept tw 2 es: aidi
    She was wrat we oeto call a "dream the aI the of the N at
    of loveliness a ta l dram. er p BSANT TO A DECRR I ADR BY TE gn r with the t, m a

    neck and shoulders were like satin, and, in and for loIn c oarenti sad
    the head above the m reminded me ofe entered October5 1 in ait%, provided Insaid dece ee
    the head above them reminded me of entitled John P. Con Beekman. things: Said Master shall be at hb M
    Sappho's which we see in marble. DIale. asT tt m es. p and Georgia Mmorg Property as a wholeori
    From wher I so I u th and Florida investment Coan ly, and others, more parcels, and said faster may etthier
    From where I stood I could catch a deela, the undersigned, in Chancery all or by some person so authorized
    glimpse of the profile, the nose and of soa4 court, will sell at pbi auction, to the inais name and behalf., adjourn sai Z
    higbet bidder for cash,before court hotue of time togime without further adve2ti~,m
    firm chin. the exquisite mouth, to kiss Leorn outy. in the the City Tallahassee, in only upon request of the complainantsof
    which I would gladly have given up said county. S ate of Vlorida. onday.,the 3d olicitors, or by order of the court or
    Sf day o December, 1900, at 12 clock noon. all thereof, and said a.ster shall receive no
    any number of fortunes. The cheek and singular the lands and pree in said de- such sale unless the bi',der slimll first
    had that delicate curve of a rose leaf, cree, described as follows. to-wi account thereof with him ini money or
    l whhoee tracts and parcels land situate in check upon some responsible ank or truna
    and when the warm blood surged Into Leon county, State of Florida, particularly panY. te sum of ten thousand dollars,
    it there was a color as matchless as de-cried as follows, to-wit: bidpbe for the whole, or ten per centuml
    tht In nship south. range 1 t. the 8% of if the bid be for any portion of the
    that of a jack rose. Ah, but I loved the N rY andthe NY of the SW lying south of property. unless such deposit shall be wait
    her! Suddenly the music ceased. For Purchase line, less rigit way of (arra- the complainants or their solicitors. And
    "There is a mirror over the piano belle, allahassee & Ueorga tt of section deptordepositsshall bereturnedinthe
    ere is a mirror over e pano, that the bid is not accepted, but shalibe
    Jack," she said without turning her in wnship 1 south, range 2 section 33. feted in the event that, the bid being
    head, In p 1 south, range 4 sections 22, the bidder shall fail to make good the as
    23,24 31.also Eand 8WY an2 E and SW% % otherwise comply with the conditions o the
    So I crossed the room and sat down of the w~W of section 32. AL t 3 and and all orders which may be made in
    secti 36. except 20 acres. thereoL Also, that after a sufficient
    in the chair nearest her. I vaguely in ship 2 south, range : section ;-, shall have been realized from the sale i
    wondered if at the distance she had the S' of section 13, the S% section 14, the portion of said mortgaged pro'wrty to liq
    SE4 o section 15. the amounts decreed to be |itd henrin IrV
    seen the love in my eyes when 1 In t nshsp 2 south. range 3 tsr sections 2, oLther purposes than the prineip:,l of and in
    thought myself unobserved. 3,10, .12.13.14 and 15. u mlxn said hereinafter menttr-.ned oI*ds
    In t ship 2 s uth, range 4 ikrst, section 1. coupons: any pureha-er at Mul s.~le' of te
    ."I thank you for those lovely roses, except p0atrre:s:.- tions..:a,4,.', .l.o, I1. j 2. 1 nainder of said property or ally |i>rtiosiof
    she said, smiling and permitting me to 13.14. 6.17; the NV',of see un 7, .-4etion ., remainder. may make pa'yinenit trefort it
    press her hand. except h" SWV4. ) outstanding bonds and eou n- I said
    Towl hi!p 2 "iumth. range 5 w( time \V.. of :ts eish. at such perceiInta~_itoly.hhowever. i
    "Don't mention it." I replied. It is SW!'; i tlie 'i.,,"xceept 20 aue ot section I i: a;i.ounit tiue ulmi ally vuc-h in0it. :n.ll
    so difficult for a man to say original seclion 13. exe -;.t tht N W4: sto- l rhhtt-', nem:.-r-. pivilegns, and ppuirtnainces'. i of thii wll.ilet amoii t r i ., be
    things in the p1 'Se'Icei t of the woman and thr r, \v'.>iS, l: a ld remaiii le ret-,, i-- u !. ,-.,y f. r rinci he loves. "I have: .g I l news for you. I nd l i "h .t',.f. 7 tt- :., u.lit [l s. :11! ,. v o.. "..etC
    It reads like a f l'airy 1:ile. you know; lyivin a ,h. 11:.- :n thli county 1of I- ;in.. : e
    happy ever aftei-ward. :nil aill that." -t: it lt i*;il. :,iil liort particu artr --,ti i 'I'. T t:s. Til' .
    ..s : -, o- ;i : "* n.i: .El 1. '!' '. .. ( :. :*Y'
    "A llh lit i o n- ,lliy. -,ti'th, ran c :; -t, l.- \' ( -i :a' :.
    "Y es. D o y ou '11v::ii r m y tellin h, t ; t .. t 1 'i, *"t1 :;- .t
    you of a rich Iuncl%'Ie \, i( lived in the ; T,..V iiip o s nLi. i:.n'-ie: w '-t 124t ai .' ilt ;h ircuit Couint ,' s. ,1 .Judi-
    south?" ., ..h .. *.:it ":' ciC' l >.'ta 'i Il.,',., ,- 1 i I, Circuit of F'. i l:, : frte'
    in-. i :, rtlw ( iicr ,>f su- i s ti,,n ,:*. i
    "Is it possible Ithat lhl h left you a r.I.- ca.1 i a.o: L tile 111V ot s tio, h i l, I county of Leon.- li, ," rv.
    fortune''" she cried. lhe eyes shiining. t',i:r ,i. niAit .. *:.>wi' -aid r"iltro:it ( itars 'ar- Ti'ilas. Hill ) r('":i : 'i t
    a.ll e ;t i l i it. r'l ruttniilg 1in e vs. -I ,
    "You' have guessed it." t%%i \\lita north hlinlne rol said ti t ho the f.-t Mary llill ) I'rna' anit.
    "I am very glad for your sake. .lack. Tlil 1 eta m. t ten th It hI \VING ItIEEN .11 -V "t ''PTAR'.
    I was beginning to worry alout you." i hlunditi aure ue ue t it. i ll
    "Worry about me?" I to ship 6 south. range 4 w t, sevti. i known ; that there is no t-rsn -aid tat' :
    "Yes. 1I do not understand how a of secti 113;;. section : 1 tWrvice of a upotnn woi' oui ld
    newspaper man can afford to buy roses in to nship aoutti. range 7 w .,sectio~ te.S.i w et-noanty .oye r.s. It i then-fore
    fi t the E, f .et'tioti 21J9, the f WC01 of4 ,o :;.ec- icred that aid defendant .Mary liul beand
    four or five times a week-and exist." tliost Ll, ai. th, rn. w -i- herelby rteluired to aiear to i lidi o
    She had the habit of being blunt and n to hip 7 south, range w section 4 phat herein on .onday. the:, :y
    frank to her intimate friends. I se- In Io.u hip 7s .autn. ranSge 7 wtI sction. -, hr, I. oi a ut ha oer be 's
    cretly considered it an honor when 21.25', ;,27.2nan .. The 1Wekly Tahlahiaiu-een.ii 1 ne lwspClep
    elik thisve In t.h p 7 "outh.ranew.sectioni 1, -tilt'lih Weekin'theavity of e Ta hh ewscptt
    she talked to hme like this. "I have Theu intid olonc halfiinter of. il aldt tilh. te ity -
    told you repeatedly to.send me flowers that cerin is landing alahioa y'knon t ite.s 'ounilc A. .Jryan ,ck ,, -:il Cmt
    we"k. rthernoth*'.La IS aid. '' being tile sai: a' ]sat cneVl. :ial the seal tcltitl, th-i :3,. flay io
    only once a week. I'd rather not have henjamni L. Curtis by Charle- Eli tcieivtr ..: j .... Ortobr c. -.>. t us a.
    them at all. Last week you spent as the Apal chiioLa l.aLaid cmpaiiy (1deedidatL iv N.
    the 5th y of January. 1 savag and ex- Jerk
    much as $30 on roses alone. Mr. Hol- celtinig t erefroin. lowever.the I o twe-t quar- State of Florida.
    land does not do that for Ethel, and he ate0ol th southeast quarter. and I Mutlit.ast I ,ouy' (if Leon. ( I Council A. lirvya, clerk d
    has aiillion" uartero the sotliwett carter, h'tc1 th it'ourt in anal for the couiitv aflorei
    has a million." o tha of the western end oaid Islan < e.ey certily that the a' ove aul fore.i
    "I'm not Holland," I said. ^He bi v acres mot or by th a trit copy tf theorigi).alorder ol iublseatiath
    doesn't-that is-I do inot think he"- poeUnial all that parcel of land 'te on the 't-e o "'olOm s A. Hill vs. Mary llill,
    poses; al. a"all that parc! Of land -. Ict on tli'. f. t -m' l an lile in my offie,.
    Then I foundered. I had almost said, north id of said Dog Island in n (2) two, In testimony hereof I have hereuntoset mn hand
    township frht (8) south. ralige I t4) west, and affixed the -eal of said cmdt
    "He doesn't care as much for Ethel a a nd d bed as follows: begin at a sta. e L. this d day of October. A. 190.
    I do for you." at the w r edge at mean high and run CoUNCIL A. BRYAN.
    Phyllis pretended not to note my em- thence at Ight angles to the e nthShore 32-2m. Clerk.
    outhPhyllis pretended no to note my em- to -five degrees and fifty- e minutes -, .
    barrassment The others came in then, east, four hundred feet, thence |fory--four 5TATM -T
    I_, L .degrees 5 minutes east, eighth feet to a STATEfT.
    xad conversation streamed into safer deef jre nese e an-..
    d operation streamed Into safer stake,th< ce north forty-tive deg fifty-five
    channels. minutes t, four hundred and f -seven fet Made Under Seation 35, Chapter 4115, I
    vhen we center th at the o-to a stiak at the water edge at me high tide. of Florida, (1898.)
    hen we entered the box at the op- thence a the line of the shore ne h l-bgh howting the amount of taxes charged toh
    era, the curtain had risen. Phyllis and tide to t of beginning, on ngseven Tax Collector of Leon county. Florida. to b1
    I took the ear har They were and forty- vye one hundredths ac, re or less. oeted for the current year tI9, and
    I took the rer hairs. They were jut together n the ghts, members lege ad apportionment ofthe me to the wsvd-
    out of the glare of the lights. appurte ers and the reversion remain- which uch taxes have been Ilid.
    `"You are looking very beautiful to- All" tract or parcels of land, le in the includi poll taro with county school fund.
    night I whispered lowly. I was be- county of skullsand tate of Fl da. w hi l
    are kno and particularly descri follows. -o a.. .......... .... 1" 1)............. O S_
    ginning business early. There was no wit np l e s........ ......................
    barrier at my lips. In to 2south.range 1 we the NW *.............................
    Then and N toh tl 8SWY4of fectom 24; %e W o6 APPORTIONMENrT.
    S"Thank you," she replied. Then ection4of section revenue .......... ORTIO
    with a smile, "Supposing I were to say In to 2 south, range 2 west, 19, Am't paid to July3, 1&100.. 5,; -,-- $1,1i5
    that you were looking very hand- 20 21 12to, except plot n r 194m i ingm t ad Interest Fund 55 8
    ome thereof fil in the office o the r Wakulla PFines and Forfeitures..... 2791 41
    ,"Oh," said I, somewhat disconcerted, county; to 23 except lots nm 1 A paid to .. ...- 1. "3
    "tat would be rather embarrassis ng." and 191, dplots numbers 113, 1 and 181 Rcmdo and Bridges........ 1:;
    "that would be rather embarrassing." in Hilr oile townsite, according the map Ain't paid to-uly ', lii.. l. x 1 .
    "I do not doubt it." thereof fil in the office of the (Clerk akulia, county hoh .iTx......... .!
    "And then it would not be true. The ltoin Hi lardviexl townMte acorinm g s t1 'i to-. .
    duty we men owe to a beautiful wom- mapthere filed in the olh.ce f '4lt'.rk of! ...
    an is constantly to keep telling her of : a:3 .:'k tl s nt< sn cxc.(titli 2';. A'tai|lth M-!. er : *" r ;. ... a .. Va
    i" of the NE: section *2 "ex,-et th e N'1 .
    ..'Aud the duty we wOlln owk to a -i atons ip2s ith run:. 'i :. '' I i : '. -
    fine looking lg mlan a lrota i of a dimple ville towinitc.t t it ''e l i t < I) t., ) ircof 'mr :. "..:- i'; ..: '.
    In her 'he ks. Wi Isit toexplicitly believe all he says in wnsl't p south, range 4 we.-t, -'tiomns'2o. i i s;mm.l;igit c ;i.- -iriil ; ..,n ... 1 *, It
    regarding your beauty?" I answered 21.2',23',4.25,26, 27,28.2:11, 3..'3- :l,:;1n1 mom ti Florida kcntra auii |'--tls..r, 'lI'
    nd36.your u i answer, a road ('omnpanv ormierly known a- tn'rotI_
    Evading the question. "A man may lntowns |p2 south. range 5 west, action 2i, Railway and Navigation Compwty aniobacingt
    tell a woman that she is beautiful, but 71n towns 3 south, range 2 west, tions 6, ines or divisions thereofknown atle Jackso
    7,15s18,1 a20, 21, 31, 32.33. vle. Pensacola and Mobile Railroad, the J1_
    . a woman may not tell a man that he is In town* 8 aouth, range 3 west of thief Ia Central and Western Railroad, the
    ne looking -that is in pubi ." Cent airadthal ab- te Atlantic Gtuf ndf
    one looing--that Is. Intpubll." hnwitpS um, range4 w, joM IndiaTrana Railroad, by levyandsalleOI
    "The ters are not fair." 3.84.5,6; i vRof ta 8; g, w- ,h-IW 3sw, or any prt tb_

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    turned quickly and gave me an
    and at the same time nerv-
    "What Is ltr
    to tell you something I have
    dared to tell you till now," I said
    The voice on the stage
    heavenward. "I love you. Will
    my wife?"
    me! Where were those drooping
    that flush, that shy, sweet
    of which I had so often dreamt
    was frowning.
    I have been afraid of this,"
    "I am so sorry, but it cannot

    do not say that now," I cried,
    my gloves. "Walt awhile.
    you may learn to love me."
    I have always been frank to
    because I like you. Do you sup.
    ift will take me ive years to find
    t my heart say to.any mant
    Had I loved you I should not have
    you to wait. I should have said
    I do not love you In the way you
    Indeed I like you better than
    I know, but that is all I can
    you. I should be unkind If I held
    false hopes. I have often
    myself why I do. not love you,
    re Is something lacking in you.
    Ing I cannot define. Some other
    will find what I have failed to
    in you to love."
    twisting my gloves out of all
    ition. There was a singing in
    which did not come from the

    k at it as I do, Jack. There la
    in this world whom I shall love
    who will love me. We may never
    Then he shall be. an ideal to
    and I to him. You believe you
    me, but the love you offer is not
    ot complete?" I echoed.
    o. It would be if I returned it.
    ou understand? There is in this
    d a woman you will truly love and
    will return your love in its full-
    Will you meet? That is in the
    s of your destinies. Shall I meet
    deal? Who knows? But till I do
    remain an old maid."
    odded wearily. A dissertation on
    ties seemed ill timed.
    d now," she sgid. "this beautiful
    dship of ours must come to an
    And there were tears in her

    es," said I, twisting and untwist.
    e shreds of my gloves. It seem-
    though the world had slipped
    under my feet and I was whirl.
    into nothingness. "My heart is
    sek, If you talk like that," hastily,
    Swill have me crying before all
    w people."
    fortunately Ethel turned and saw
    tears in her cousin's eyes. "Mercy.
    is the matter?" she asked.
    ack has been telling me i. very
    Cetic story," said Phyllis. with a
    in her eyes.
    Yes: something that happened to-
    st," said L staring at the pro-
    e, but seeing nothing. nothing.
    ell," said Ethel. "this is not the
    for them." turning her eyes to
    -concluding acts of the opera
    a jangle of chords and discords.
    the hum of voices was like the
    mur of a faroff sea. My eyes re-
    ned fixed upon the stage. It was
    looking through a broken kaleido-
    te. I wanted to be alone, alone
    Smy pipe. I was glad -when we
    last entered the carriage. Mrs.
    atworth immediately began to extol
    singers, and Phyllis. with that
    which is given only to kind heart-
    romen, answered most of the indi-
    questions put to me. She was
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    me time to recover. The direct
    l I could not avoid. Occa-
    Ia I oked out of the window. It
    begun to rain again. It waa very

    dl what a finale, Mr. Winthropr"
    d Mrs. Wmtworth.
    es, Indeed," I replied. To have
    d and lost, and such a woman, was
    Lhe new tenor is an improvement.
    you not think so?"
    fes, Indeed." No more to touch "1%
    d, to hear her voice, to wait L. -
    t was the mostBrilllant audience
    e season."
    Yes, indeed," I murmured. Those
    e the only words could articulate.
    carriage rumbled pn.
    Patti return i the fall?"
    es." Five years of dreaming and
    a to awake!
    nd then the cariage mercifully

    ra. Wentworth insisted that I
    ld enter and havb some coffee. I
    so few words at my command that
    0ud not invent even a flimsy ex-
    . So I went in. The coffee was
    less. I put in fdnr lumps of sug-
    I stirred and st*rred and stirred.

    "Jack. you are loo manly to mae
    "That was not a threat," said L
    "Well. I shall go and laugh at myself
    for my presumption. To laugh at your.
    self Is to cure. There Is no more wine
    In the cup, nothing but the lees. Ill
    have to drink them. A wry face, and
    then it will all be over. Yes; I am bit-
    ter. To have dreamed as I have dream-
    ed and to awake as I have! Ah, well,
    I must go on loving you till"-
    "'1i she comes," supplemented Phyl-
    "You wrong me. It is only In letters
    that I am versatile. Forgive my bit-
    terness and forget my tolly."
    "Oh. Jack, if you knew how sorry I
    am! I'shall forgive the bitterness, but
    1 wll not forget what you term tfolly.

    Phyllis came to the door with me.
    It's something any woman migni ,nL
    proud of. the love of an honest. dear.

    good fellow. Good night"
    her hand toward me.
    "Good night." I said. "and
    you!" I kissed the palm of
    opened -the door and then
    down the steps.
    I do not remember how


    She held

    God bless
    her hand,

    I reached

    It was all over. My beautiful
    had fallen in ruins about my

    In my bedroom the next morning
    there was a sad and heavy heart. The
    owner woke up. stared at the ceiling.
    then at the sun baked bricks beyond
    his window. He saw not the glory of
    the sun and the heavens. To his eyes
    there was nothing poetic In the Sash of
    the distant church spires against the
    billowy cloud banks. The gray doves.
    circling about the chimneys, did not in-
    spire him nor the twittering of the
    sparrows on the window ledge. There
    was nothing at all in the world but a
    long stretch of barren, lonely years.
    And he wondered how without her at
    his side he ever could traverse them.
    He was driftwood again. He had built
    upon sands as usual, and the tide had
    come in; his castle was flotsam and
    Jet:saw. He was drifting, and be didn't

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    ecre where. He was very sorry t*.
    himself, and be had the blue evils the
    worst kind of way. Finally .e crawled
    out of bed and dressed because It had
    to be .done. He was not particularly
    pai-~kin with the proewdur6. It
    ,.matterednot what collar became him, ad bhe picked up a tie at random.
    A man generally dresses for s, certain
    woman'as approval and when that I
    no longer to be gained be grows Indf-
    ftrent. .The other- women.., do -not
    count. ,
    SMy breakfast consisted of a cup of
    coffee, and as the generous nectar
    warmed my veins my thoughts took a
    phlosophUcal turn. It is fate who
    writes the was, the tos and the shall be.
    We have a proverb for every joy and
    misfortune. It is the only consolation
    fate gives us. It Is like a conqueror
    asking the vanquished to witness the
    looting. All roads lead to Rome, and
    all proverbs are merely signposts by
    which we pursue our destinies. And
    how was I to get to Rome? I knew
    not. Hope is better than clairvoyance.
    Was Phyllis right when she said that
    I did not truly love her? I believed
    not. Should I go on loving her all my
    life? Undoubtedly I. should. As to
    affnities I had met mine, but it had
    proved a one sided affair.
    It was after 10 by the clock when I
    remembered that I was to meet the
    lawyer, the arbiter of my new for-
    tunes. Money Is a balm for most
    things, and coupled with travel it
    .,I* te-.a lAd M Afn *n flrnFT* S% sn.n a 41 hA


    "*In the sense you understand you do
    not 4l'11t in!."
    I stairevd at him in amazement. "I
    don't come in?" I repeated vaguely.
    "*Ah.' reaching down for my hat. "then
    I g., out. a;s it were. as brilliant as a
    I.o; i!.n yellow fo.. What the devil
    's ~:ll th is miiani" I started to rise.
    ;if ili n Vh .i::'!l 11Vilthrop,. I biqueath
    the sum of .o1.f|(. to be pro-einted to
    him in pje: rI iminediately after this
    will is orloated and with the under-
    standing that lie shall make no further
    demand uipoili my son and heir in the
    future.' Ti:Iat is all." concluded the
    lawyer. frliing the document. "I have
    the check in my pocket."
    "Keep it." said 1. rising. A hot flush
    of Indignation swept over me. I un-
    derstood It was his revenge. To
    have a man make sport of you after
    be is dead and gone. leaving you im-
    potent and with never a chance to re-

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    taliate! "Keep it." I said --
    "throw it away. or burn it. I under-
    stand. He has satisfied a petty re-
    venge. It is an insult not only to me,
    but to my dead parents. You are, of
    course, acquainted 'with the circum-
    stances of my mother's marriage. She
    married the man she loved, disregard-
    Ing her brother's wishes."
    "1 knew your mother." said the law-
    yer. going to the window and looking
    out and lwyond all that met his gaze.
    "To think." I went on. cooling none,
    "that my mother's brother should die
    in this manner -nourishing so small and
    petty a spite! When be did this, he
    knew that I should understand his mo-
    tive. In the first place. I never dream-
    ed that he would remember me in his
    will-never entertained the least idea
    of it. I am Independent; I am earning
    a livelihood, small, but enough and to
    spare. I'll bid you good morning." I
    took a step toward the door.
    "Young man. sit down," said the old
    man, coming back to his chair. "I
    want to talk to you for a few minutes.
    Your uncle was a peculiarly vindictive
    man. What he considered a wrong hi
    neither forgot nor forgave.. lls 5oa
    pleaded with him not to put In thai
    final clause. He offered even to share
    with you. Your. unele wore he would
    leave it all to the stablemen first. Thi
    journey was forced upon me, or, I
    should not have taken It. This Is my
    advice to you: Accept the check and la
    the. privacy of your room tear it up or
    light a elgar with it: that's about all
    t's worth. You will feel no little satis-
    faction In lighting a cigar with It-that
    Is, If you are anything like me. Think
    of It-a thousand dollars to light your
    cigar! It Is an opportunity not to be
    missed When. you grow,old. you will
    say to your grandchildren, *Once I it
    a elgar with a thousand dollar check.'
    The oldest inhabitant will be silenced
    forever. It may become history. And
    then. too, if there are spirits, as Scrip-
    ture says there are, your uncle will
    writhe at the performance. I trust
    that you will forgive me my part in the
    matter. I have taken a fancy to you.
    and if you will accept my friendship I
    shall be happy to accept yours. Your
    uncle's revenge will not be a marker to
    the restitution his son will make."
    "Restitution! His son?"
    "Yes. To my sincere regret be is an
    invalid wbo may or may not live the
    year out. He has already made a will
    in which he leaves all to you. The will
    is In my



    ~M ~. .5., ~ a~~a U* 1119J. 7

    "'The devil take it!" I cried- I flung
    the cigar out of the window and laid
    the check on my desk. Courage? Why.
    it needed the courage of a millionaire
    to light a cigar with a $1.000 Obeck!
    The office boy. who came'in then.
    was salvation. The managitig editor
    wanted to see me. I sprang up with
    alacrity. Anything but the eight of
    that figure 1 and the three de on eyes
    of that $1.000 check! I
    "Winthrop." said the managing ed-
    itor to me as I entered his office.
    "you've got to go to London.. Hillars
    has gone under"-
    "Not dead!" I cried.
    "No. no! He has had to give up
    work temporarily on account If drink.
    If it was any other man. I'd t row him
    over in short order. But I fel sorry
    for Hillars. and I am going to kive him
    another chance. I want you t6 go over
    and take care of him if possible. The
    London work is not new to you. You
    can handle that and Iillars too. If
    you can keep him in check"-
    I shuddered. The word "'check" jar-
    red on my nerves.
    "What's the matter?" asked the edi-

    "A temporary chill." I said. -
    "Well. If you can manage V
    him In check for a mouth orp
    be able to get on his feet aga
    it will be like a vacation to
    anything happens to Hillars.
    hbe expected to remain per
    abroad. Hillars suggested yo
    letter. Will you be ready toe
    "Tomorrow. If you like," I
    readily enough.
    I was much pleased with t
    events. If I could get away
    York. I might forget Phyl
    forget her; I loved her too w
    orgeb her, but the prolonged
    would er. me of my malady.
    SBefore,going to bed that
    a ar.. but not with the
    sober second thought I cal
    the sum would pay up all
    and leave me a comfortable
    man can well pocket his pr
    be pockets a thousand dollars
    And why not? I was about
    life anew and might as well
    philosophical basis. Who k
    my uncle had foreseen the
    his bequest: my rage. my pr
    finally lighting a cigar with hi
    It really might make his spirit
    to better effect if I became
    Sober second thought is more
    a profitable investment.
    On he morrow everything
    ranged for my departure. I
    leave Saturday morning.
    It was a beautiful day. cr
    clear, with a bare ground whl
    to the heeL In the afternoon
    dered over to the park and sat
    a bench and watched the s9
    they glided to and fro. I cam
    self wishing that .1 was a bo
    with in hour's romp on the
    crust fn view. (mradnallv the

    Go on."



    "Your uncle had seen some of .,o..
    signed articles In New -York papers
    and said that in all probability I should
    find you here., A few Inquiries sot -me
    on your track." Here he pulled out a
    lengthy document from his handbag.
    "I confess, however," he added, "that
    I am somewhat disappointed In your
    "Disappointed in my lookal" was my
    cry. "What sprt of a duffer p you
    expecting to see?"
    He laughed. "Well, your un*e4Fave
    me the idea that I should find a good
    for nothing hack aiter, a dweller ton
    some obscure garret."
    "If that is the case. what undei*'he
    sun did he send you up here for?"
    The merriment went out of the old
    man's face, and his eyes became grave.
    "Of that anon.' Let me proceed with
    .my business and read the will to you.
    You will find it rather a remarkable
    I settled back In my chair to a wait-
    Ing attitude. To tell the truth. I was
    somewhat confused by all this pream-
    ble. To his son my uncle left the bulk
    of his property, which amounted to
    more than $1,.000.000. I was listless.
    The head overseer received the munifi-
    cent sum of $50.000. To the butler, the
    housekeeper and the cook he gave $10.'-
    000 each. I began to grow interested.
    He was very liberal to his servants.
    Several other names were read. .and
    my interest assumed the color of anxi-
    ety. WhVien the lawyer stopped to un-,
    fold the liast fnap. I spoke.
    "And wlere in the world do I come




    Schednle EffectIve October I, 1900.

    Lv Tallahs ...... ...........Seaboard Air Line Railway........... 142 p m
    Ar veak.. ............... ... ........... 4.42p m
    Ar Lake City. .............. ...... .. ..... 5.2pm
    Ar Jackonvil ..................... ........... 7. pm
    Lv Jactwsonvil ...................... ........... 7.45 p m
    Ar Fernandin .. ..... ......" ........... 9 U5pm
    Ar Sav,v nah .................... 11.50pm
    Ar Columbia .... .... ...... ........... 4.: amn
    Ar Cauiden ... .... ....... ........... 6.43 a m
    Ar Southern es ............. .......... 10.05 ani
    ArRaleigh .... ................ ..... 11.50am
    Ar Henderon. ....... ..... ....... 1.0 p m
    r teteriburg .......................... ...... 4.38 pm
    Ar Richmond. .................... 5.40 p m
    Ar Washinto ...... ..........Peuu'sylvania Hailroad ........... 9.30p m
    Ar Baltimore ............................... 11.25p m
    Ar Philadet .... ............. ......... 2.56 a m
    Ar New York ....... ............. ...... 6.13 a m
    Lv 'rtall ..................caboard .ir Line Railway...... ..... 1.43 p m
    Ar PortmmnoIt ... ... ..... ....... 5.50 pm

    7.00 am
    2.43 ama

    i.15 a m
    9.35 a in
    ILI.2p m
    4.38 pmI
    6.43p m
    11.3 pm=
    12.48a m
    4.13 a=
    5.15 a ft
    8.45a m
    10.13a m
    12.297 pmw

    cackle of a Den which *was dlsturbe
    over ffi future of her brod. I left
    him and went down lnto the-wineroom
    and ordered a stiff brandy pnd soda.
    When that disappeared. 1 ordered aL--
    other. I rattled the Ice in the glass.
    * "Ha. ha, ha!" I roared as th4 events of
    the past 24 hours recurrea to me.
    There must have been a suici lal accent
    to my laughter, for the barter ader look-
    ed at me with some concern I called
    for another brandy and she the soda
    Into it myself. I watched the foam
    evaporate. "Ha. ha. ha!"
    "Hard luck?" the barten er asked
    "Yes." said L I seemed be speak-
    Ing to several bartenders wh looked at
    me with several varieties compas-
    "Have another on me," s the bkr-
    I had another and went o into the
    street. I walked down adway.
    chuckling to myself. What glorious
    farce it all was! My fortu Phyllis
    my ,wfe! What Ift she ha accepted
    me? I laughed aloud, and turn-
    ed and stared at me. Oh y! Iwas
    to travel and write novels md have
    my pictures n book review and all
    that! When I arrived at th office, I
    was on the verge of total in nty. I
    was obliged to ask the pars .pher to
    write my next day's leader It was
    night before I became ratio nal and
    once that. the whole world d nned cap
    and bells and began caperi for my
    express benefit. The more thought
    of It the more I laughed. What a
    whimsical world it was! nd was
    there anything in it so gro esque as
    my part? I took the check rom my
    pocket and cracked it betw my fin-
    gers. A cigar was in my moit Should
    I light it with the check? I was for
    $1,000. After all it was mo e than I
    had ever before held in invy hand at
    o1ie. But what wais :i ;pa:i;ir! hous:and.
    aye, a paltrv ten liho:sa.ild. #4 a niaiI's
    pride? I hit off ;.vO w cr('ased thel check into :i iper an(i
    struck a match. I watched iit urn and
    buriL I struck another. I held it
    ;..thin an inch of the check1 but for
    the life or me I cold not lit ;;.

    If you have ever seen a child in the
    agony of croup you can realize how
    grateful mothers are for On# Minute
    Sough Cure which give relief soon as
    it is administered. It quickly cures
    cqghs, colds and all throat sand lung
    trdobles. All dealers.

    to keep L uiny.... ..... ............... aboard Air Line Kailway... ....... 1.43pm ....
    Ar Jacsonvill .................. ......... 7.25pm .......
    o. he'll LvJack.sonvill .................... ". ......... 8.0 a m 9.20aa,
    n. And ArOcala ...... ..... .. ...... ........... 1.15am ].40pmi
    ron. If ArTampa ... ....... ... ........... 6.30am 5.M0pm
    LvTallahamee ............ .... Seaboard Air Line Kailway.......... 3.38 pm .......
    rou will Ar ive Jun .............. .......... 5.25pm .........
    anently ArPem la. ..... ............ Louisville & Nashville R R...........11.00 pm
    Ar Mo le ..... .. ................. ..... ..... 3.05am ...
    i in his ArNwOe ......" ........... .40am .........
    o next
    l di almo mav th ad Rmth fm J ~kemip i l frn m'llm


    turn of
    no not
    ev to

    bt I it
    k. -On
    o start
    n on a
    w but
    t of
    e, and
    or less

    ras ar-
    was to

    ip and
    i rang
    >wn on
    lt my-
    s y

    Pu nservee norm au nouu irom jac onv e: am nomn ew oresm
    to Hamlet and Richmond to New York. N. Y. P. & N. R. R. leaves Nor-
    pq a r Msad New York. Steamers leave Norfolk daily except Sunday for Ba-
    Trk aod daIly for Wuhug"aBn
    V.K WBEB, L8.ALL3N.
    *& M. Ien ISu Gen. PMe AgeM.
    MacDONNXLL, Assistant General Pamsse Agent. Jacksoviue, Fla.

    Ile, Tallahassee & Georgia IL.

    a4z~ sowe. __
    I Es-b

    BI AD UP.




    A. M. A. M.
    .... ...... ..... ......... 11 00 0 .Carrabelle... 0 950 .. ....... ... ...
    .......... ......... l 14 5.0 .. .. .Lanark. 5 t9 40 ..**** ** **
    ..." ...... .... : ........ 1n.32 s ....McIntyre.... 13 9 25 .. ........ ....... .M...
    ................ 11 3715. ....Curtis Mill.... 15 9 20 ...... ... ....... ........
    .... .. .. .5019.2 Sopchoppy.... 19 9 10 ..... ...... .. .. ........
    .. ...... ..... ..... 11 521 4 .....Ashmore... 21 9 1 ..... ...... .... .......
    ... .. ........ 12 12.29 .......Arran ... 8 4 ..................... ... ........
    .... ...... ..... ....... 12 f3 7.0 ...Hiliardville... 37 8 3 .. ........ .. ... ... ....
    ... ...... ...... .... 123840 ...Spring Hill.. 40 20 ...... ...... ...... .......
    .... ...... ...... ........ 12 5.0..Tallahasee.... 50 8 00 ...... .... ... ... ........
    I P. M. A. M. ......

    F. 8top on &n for pmengers.
    Conneetuo At Ta.Iahmee with trains on S A. L. At Carrabelle with Apalachlool
    steamers. At paladUoola with blattahoochee River Steamers.
    U. 8. Mal lm r ee C entCity will leave Aoalaehicoia daily at 6":30 a. p R Beturning
    ave Crrabeli ly, 100 a. a. P. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. PaMs.Agt., TallahaMsee, Fi.


    .MirLdnlk'v Pantrrh P ira


    --- I


    there to
    was a bM
    SIlked to
    getting tbt
    why. It4
    a man's
    good deal
    business i
    travel wh
    skaters ha
    glanced m
    their eyes
    like roses.
    "I was'
    said Ethel
    liert ?
    "I belieJ
    the voice
    "Will y
    bench?" I1
    "I was
    again and4
    ey," said I
    has had
    ill health.
    "You ha
    "Oh, noL

    Fast Freigh

    Thence via
    week to

    All ticket
    IL. H.IIM

    ris mee to I ndomo. He
    er newspaper man than L
    ream too well while be was
    a little action. Liquor was
    b beat of him. 1 wondered
    gt bea woman. Thee
    , around somewhere when
    breath smells of whisky. A
    i this woman's temperance
    caused by remorse. I was
    mieas pictures in the frozen
    SI became aware that two
    d stopped in front of me. I
    iand saw Phyllis and Ethel.
    like stars and their cheeks

    rendering If It were you."
    "Phylli. where is my cava-

    She has forsaken us," said
    the woman I loved.
    n not accept part of the
    isked, moving along.
    dropped easily beside me.
    uat wishing I was a boy
    was in for a game. of hock-
    "I am going to London on
    Our foreign correspondent
    give up work on account of

    e't"- Phyllis stopped sud-

    said I Intuitively. "I am
    sty. and they .think I need a

    vaiatlon." I was glad Ethel wasrtbera
    with her voluble chatter.
    "Oh. a foreign correspondent!" shbe
    "You will have a glorious time. Papa
    will probably return to B. when the
    next administration comes in. TYo
    know papa was there 20 years ago. I
    suppose you will be hobnobbing with
    dukes and princes."
    "It cannot be avoided," I said grave-
    ly. "I do not expect to remain long in
    London. When my work is done, per-
    Kaps I shall travel and complete my
    foreign polish."
    "Oh. yes." said Phyllis. "I forgot to
    tell you. Ethel. that a fortune has been
    left to Jack. and be need not work but
    for the love of It."
    I laughed, but they thought it a self
    conscious laugh. Somehow I was not
    equal to the task of enlightening them.
    "It is Jolly to be rich." said Ethel,
    clicking her skates together. "It's a
    bother at times, however, to know
    what to do with the money. I buy so
    many things I do not need just be-
    cause I feel compelled to spend my al-
    "It must be very inconvenient," I ob-
    "And now .that you are a man of

    (Continued on Third Page.)

    and Luxurious Passenger Route to New York. Boston and the East

    hort Rail Ride to Savannah.
    alatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Four ships each
    Iew York, making close connection with New York-Boston ships,
    or Sound liners.
    not and hotelsare *applied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for genoa
    UIin schedules, setaeroom reservashmn, or call on
    r. Traase Manager. WALrBR HAWKINS, Gen. Agt Trafc Dept.
    Savannah. Oa. 224 W. Bay St., JacksonvUle, i&


    iU kD UP.



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    r -

    = hiSome MeOn -

    ,h.MeD Jr., of Fernan.
    j- hwe to spend a week with

    Mr. John U. Trice, editor of the TAL-
    LAASBMaA, visited Panacea Springs
    beweek. .
    Mrs. L A. Perkins and son returned
    "st week from Ganiesville, Ga., where
    Wy spent the summer.
    Mr. Lutterlohrand Mr. Overton Bern-
    aid left for Jacksonville Tuesday to at-
    temd the carnival, and will return im-
    Owce Used Always Wanted.
    Thousands who 'have used John B.
    Dickey's Old Reliable Eye Water my o.
    Why? Because t cures sore or weak
    yea or granulateo lids without pain.
    SChildren because it feels good
    .when aped. The genuine is always
    ed a red carton. Sold by Wight
    & Bro. for 25 cents. Money back if you
    don't like it.
    Mrs. B. C. Lewis and her daughter,
    Miss Lilla, returned last Tuesday from
    an extended trip through Canada and
    Northern cities.
    Thanksgiving day passed off without
    incident. The religiously inclined going
    to church, others staying quietly at
    home, while usual coterie of hunters
    took to the fields in search of game.
    The ball at the armory, given'by the
    Social Club, was well attended and
    proved a most enjoyable affair.

    At no Time is a Man Secure from At-
    tacks of such disorders of the stomach
    as cholera morbus, cramps and diarrhoea:
    but these complaints are common dur-
    ing the heated term, when it is danger-
    ous to neglect them. Pain-Killer is a
    remedy that has never failed and the
    severest attacks have been cured by it.
    Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-
    Killer, Perry Davis'. 25c and 50c.
    The grand jury did not find a true bill
    against J. H Williams, whowas charged
    with having fired on Jefferson Davis
    through an open window some months
    ago. Davis, although badly wounded at
    the time, was well enough to be out and
    appear as a witness.
    Many people worry because they be-
    lieve they have heart disease. The
    chances are that their hearts are all
    right but their stomachs are unable to
    digest food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di-
    gests what you eat and prevents the
    formation of gas which makes the
    stomach press against the heart. It will
    c~re every form of indigestion. All

    While putting in the furnace at the
    Presbyterian chuch one of the workman
    threw a shovel of earth which vanished
    somewhere in the obscurity, presently
    sending back the sound of its fall from
    some unknown depths. On examina-
    tion an old well some 50 feet deep was
    discovered, over which the church was
    Red Hot from The GOunu
    Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman
    of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It
    caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment
    helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's
    Arnica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts,
    Bruises. Burns, Boils, Felons, Corns,
    Skin Eruptions. Bebt File cure on earth.
    ca5 es a box. Cure guaranteed. cold
    by alf druggist.
    Misp Elizabeth Fleming, the only
    daughter ot ex-Governor Fleming, made
    her debut in Jacksonville last week.
    She was the recipient of many boxes of
    -beautiful flowers sent by numerous
    friends in this cty.
    Nalarien is Eadorud by the best Physicisas
    Ssal guaranteed to cure Chills, Fever aio
    Ague. All druggists or from Mottit
    Wet Drug Co., mi. LoWas.


    Nobody knows all

    about it;

    Sand nothing, now known, will

    always cure it.

    I doctorss try Scott's


    sion of .CIod Liver Oil, when

    they think it is caused by im-

    perfect digestion

    of food.

    You can do the same.

    It may or may not be caused

    by the failure of stomach and

    bowels to do their work. IA

    it is, you will cure

    it; if not,

    you will do no harm.
    The way, to cure a disease!
    is to stop its cause, and help.
    the body get back to its habit
    of health.

    When Scott's

    Cod Liver Oil

    Emulsion of

    does that, it |

    Hea. W. A. Rawls, State Chemist. left
    for Jackoville on Monday on official

    Hon. John W. Whiddin. of Arcadia,
    Senator-elect from DeSoto and Manatee
    counties, is at the Capital on business.
    Mrs.' "John Taylor Bradford moved into
    her new idence on corner of Virginia
    and Gadsden streets Tuesday.
    Dr. Stewart. of Starke, of the State
    Board of Health, was here on Sunday,
    enroute to Apaic4hicola.

    1 MIor Iats Children.
    Tb. 0 Yun-n e, t
    Bears the O

    W. H. Ellis and Judge P. W. White,
    of Qpincy, is in the city, attending our
    Circhit Court.
    R. H. Buford, of Wewahitchka. mem-
    ber elect of the next Legislature is in
    attendance on the Circuit Court. Mr.
    Buford will be the youngest member of
    the legislative body.

    It was rumored on the streets last
    week that there had been several impor
    tant real estate deals made in the Mon-
    roe street property, which, at this writ-
    ing we have not been able to verify.
    A man on tall stilts envaded our town
    on Saturday and afforded the small boy
    and the street crowd considerable amuse.
    Colonel R. Don McLeod, a prominent
    lawyer of Crawfordville, is in the city
    this week attending our Circuit Court.
    Mr. C. W. Stephens, of Tampa, was at
    the Capital City Sunday before the State
    Pardoning Board.
    Do not forget the meeting of the
    Young Men's Business League tomorrow
    (Friday) night.
    MTallahassee is specially fortunate in
    the arrangement of the winter schedules
    on the S. A. L. Railroad. It gives us an
    extra tram from and to Jacksonville at
    night in addition to the regular day
    trains which have been on all summer.
    See announcement elsewhere.
    Worklan Night and Day.
    The busiest and mightiest little thing
    that ever was made is Dr. King's New
    Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
    globule of health, that changes weakness
    into strength, listlessness into energy,
    brain-fag into mental power. They're
    wonderful in building up the health.
    Only 25 cents per box. Sold by all drug-
    Captain R. B. Lutterlobh, a leading na-
    nal stores operator, has purchased the
    livery stables owned by John C. Kem-
    per for the past twenty-five years.
    Wm. L. Adams will be retained as man-
    ager. ____
    Ann Edgefield, a negro woman, was
    tried in Judge Whitfield's court on a
    charge of larceny. The testimony waf
    to the effect that she had stolen house-
    hold goods to the value of W50. and she
    was held in default of bond tor the grand
    First and Foremost
    In the field of medicine is Hood's Sar-
    saparilla. It possesses actual and un-
    equalled merit by which it cures all dis-
    eases caused or promoted by impure or
    impoverished blood. If you have rheu-
    matism, dyspepsia, scrofula or catarrh
    you may take Hood's Sarsaparilla and
    be cured. If you are run down and feel
    weak and tired, you may be sure it will
    do you good.

    The favorite family cathartic is Hood's
    Business of importance will be brought
    up before the Young. Men's Business
    League's meeting Friday, DecemLer 30.
    See notice elsewhere.
    Be sure to attend the meeting of the
    Young Men's Businew League Friday
    evening at 7:30 at City Hall. Important
    railroad news will be discussed.
    Mrs. Atkinson, the wife of the mar-
    ager of the New Hope Dairy Farm,
    brought to our office a large stalk of
    cassava. It is about six feet high and
    measures about two inches at the stump.
    She is well pleased with the crop, and
    will plant largely of it another year.
    oneIk e oo Am..

    We have too few plays such as "Quo
    Vadis." which will be seen for the first
    time in this city at Opera House on next
    Monday night. 'QunoVadis" isasermon
    in varied speech and illustrated by art
    and music. Let no personowho has read
    the book with profit shun the play. For
    the first time in the history of the stage,
    ministers of all denominations and their
    families have patronized the theatre to
    witness this really wonderful dramatic
    story, and their universal opinion has
    been that it was both good for them and
    cood for their congregation. At Opera
    House Dec. 3.

    Brave Men Fall
    Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
    troubls as well as women, and all feel
    the results in-loss of appetite, poisons in
    the blood, backache, nervousness, head-
    ache and tired, listless, run-down feel--
    ing. But there's no need to feel like
    that. Listen to J. W. Gardner. Idaville.
    Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are
    just the thing for a man when he is all
    run down, and don't care whether he
    lives or.dies. It did more to give me

    Choice Vegetables

    always bring high prices.

    To raise them



    a fertilizer




    least 8 %

    Potash should b.e used.

    Our books furnish useful information on
    all subjects relating, to
    crop raising. They are,

    West Point Examination.
    Judge George P. Raney, lion.
    Fred. T. Myers and Rev. S. M.
    Provence were appointed by lion. S.
    M. Sparkman to conduct an exami-
    nation for a cadetship in the United
    States Military Academy at West
    Point. November 27 was the date
    set for said examination, and these
    gentlemen met at the Government
    building on lTuesday for that pur-
    pose. There were four entries, as
    follows: .1. J. landley, of Lafavette
    county; Robert M. Daniel, of Gads-
    den county W. C. Miller, of Colum-
    bia county, and M3. M. Mareus, of
    Leon county.

    BDeMt eTM Kiad YHWAhps Bought

    The Worst Cases.
    "It is with pleasure I enclose theck for the
    Tetterine Ointment. Send tme one dozent.oxes.
    It has vurad at onee some of tne worst cases oft
    ringworm and Itter afer every other reinelv
    has been tried. Yours truly.
    S V. TPAVIS. -
    Cocou, Indian River, Fla.
    60( cents a box at druggists, or from .1. T.
    shruptine, owner. avanilua. Ga
    Salesmen Wanted.
    next year. Experience not absolutely neet
    essary. Good. permanent portion. For full
    lartieulars, address Pocahontas' Tobaceo Works
    Co.. Bedford City, Virginia. 40-It
    or Script issued by New South Building &
    Loan Association of New Orleans, La..on Certitii-
    cates Nos. 1,-t) and :3778 to fR M. Dozier, now
    decea ed. T. M. DozIER. Admr..
    40, .ackAniville, Via.


    Mo ly I, ht Dec. 31.

    Aiden Benedict's


    As Dramatized by Chas. W. Chase.
    t Excellent Cast of Characters. Beautiful
    Stage Settings.
    Special c-nery for every Act. Correct
    Wardrobe and Properties.
    Pronounced everywhere, "The Event of
    the SE ason."

    Prices, *-0c. 75c and $1.00
    Reserved Seats now on sale at D. B.
    MeiOnniss' Shoe Store. '


    i, 1900.

    I. I

    Special Election la Jackson.
    Mr. W. J. Kehoe was elected as a'
    Representative from Jackson county
    to the next session of the Legislature,
    at the recent election, but as the law
    Drobibits a man holding two State
    positions, he tendered his resigna-
    tion as such, upon receipt of a subse-
    quent appointment as State Solicitor
    for the First Judicial District. Mr.
    Kehoe's friends will be glad to learn
    of his appointment, but regret to
    learn that he will not be in the Legis-
    Owing to Mr. Kehoe's resignation
    as Representative their will be a
    special election in Jackson county
    some time between now and the
    meeting of the next Legislature, ft
    elect another member.
    Miss Caisie Sweeting is attending
    Gala Week in Jacksonville.
    Dr. W L. Maoor returned from Bain-
    bridge where he went on business con-
    nected with the contemplated construc-
    tion of the Georgia Pine Railroad.
    Press Comments.
    The Tampa Herald wants it dis-
    tinctly understood, and it is right in
    the position it assumes, that it is in
    favor of a sufficient appropriation by
    the Legislature when it assembles to
    make the capitol building at Talla-
    hassee fit for the purposes for which
    it is used. The understanding was
    that if the capital was not moved
    this would be done. The Herald
    wanted the capital moved, but as
    that will niot be, let us have a build-
    ing that will not be incommodious
    and unfit for the use of the Legisla-.
    ture and State officers.--Ex.
    In the Capital removal contest
    Tallahassee's vote showed how near
    and dear the "antiquated". city is to
    the people. Tallahassee's majority
    over all her opponents was 1,269.
    Can Jacksonville longer claim that
    St. Augustine did it.- Madison He-
    The State Executive Committee
    sat down hard on Frank Clark's bun-
    combe resolution seeking to instruct
    the Legislature to make extravagant
    appropriations for "the erection of a
    capitol building and Governor's man-

    and McCarthy Streets. Warehouse and
    building lots, at and near depot. southern sub.
    urbs, and Long Grove Addition. Will be sold at
    a bargain. W. W. McGii.
    1EVERA L of the most prominent residences in
    the eity-on Calhoun and Clinton -trects-
    unsurpassed for btusinec-s convenience or soe ial
    surroundings. sucha us are not on the market for
    a lifetime. For te ins apply early, if you want
    to buy W. W. MESiFFv.
    Sone lot to a whole block, from ,.(XX) to
    *S,04)0. upon which am i tming it.vestlieint4
    now in operation 12l per cent. nveL Apply to W
    W. .McGrin:
    S terest in the Long Grove Lots.
    Sept. 14,18N tR. MUNRO.
    FOK SALE. -A very desirable located farm of
    90% acres, three mia le Wet ol Tallaba&se. on
    Bainbridge road. Has grove of 2W) to 300 pe-
    man trees 9 to 10 years old. Plastered hou.e,
    live rooms, kitchen and piazza. Extensive Le-
    Sonte and Keiferpeaui gruve. Goo.I spring. All
    under wire fence. Apply to FRFRD. WELLS, at
    Levy Bros. 's store. :9-2t
    Apply to M. T. JOINER.
    39-4t Singer Machine Agent.


    At O.K.Prices

    Wooden ware,
    Sewing Machines,
    Sporting Goods,
    Farming Implements,

    Iron Pipe,
    Sugar Pans,

    m" at Tallahassee,
    ae of which, of
    indicate" the capit
    eir repeated assert
    gilding is necessary,1
    Laining the capital
    )uld far exceed -.
    val. There will ii
    the action of the
    e premises, and t.
    blic opinion through
    1 sustain that body;
    ste, but not extra
    [ations.-- I'ensacola

    Through her long
    h see has won many
    o0t the State. Lg
    tc the Capital have
    wth a feeling of kin
    h spitality and good
    t-. m during their st
    vi ting for the jp
    sopne pet scheme thr
    akd Senate have ret
    n thing but the beset
    thl little city and it.
    rihbet thing it has ev
    .State Capital, and i
    loith to take the o
    atiay.--Jacksonville .
    .'rank Clark's New
    inm resolutions, press|
    co sideration of the l;
    m tee, like his "first 1
    ov rwhelming defeat.
    tej felt that it woul<
    lna lu authoritr h Itni,


    the real par-
    ourse, was to
    removers in
    nus that a new
    md the cost of
    at Tallahassee
    e cost of re-
    no n sensee
    legislature in
    consensus of
    out the State
    making ade-
    agant, appro-
    "atly News.

    history Talla-
    ends t.,rough-
    ators coming
    e back home
    ness for the
    rill shown to
    y. Lobbyists
    of getting
    h. the House
    ed home with!
    f feeling for I
    people. The1
    r had was the
    friends were
    e ewe lamb
    capitoll Build-
    ited for the
    ecutive Com-:
    ve," met with
    The commit-
    be assaming!u
    t i k r '

    ftlt.f l, ul Ll lY SIA JIi IL ZKI" .ma i 9 -
    'gestions to the peo e or the Leg- Stite or county site. anj we e
    ture in regard the to. Madison recall to-mind a.single intance
    *order. j it has been peacefully accon,
    'he Capital remov question has It is a dread ed quctio:nhen
    n settled, and it is fortunate, for wherever it is te< It
    estrangements without re
    ral reasons, that t e vote was so, .,-
    r w h .. leaves wounds that w noteI
    isive. It is an ex edingly di I- a .ves wounds thatN
    matter to cause thi removal of a T, e battle is over. "o let a
    j peace.- Gainesville Sunk

    [tLITT! TO MS. tINKUAIIk '
    "*Iam so rrateftl tl ryou
    Lydia E. Pinkham' s Ve\e
    pound has done for me Ihatl
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    W 1paIin I

    I have taken it ever pee
    have no backache, noipais-
    side and my stomach a to
    perfectly well. I can hoAtlyl
    there is nothing like it. hi beo
    tell every woman how iieh
    medicine has done it- they
    surelytry it.~-M iANd a
    ArrIEBOR, Mlfss. M
    The way women tri flwi
    shows a degree of indiaPe
    fullness depend on physical heh
    does nagood disposition. iae
    women nervous. irritoab caI
    medicine has done nrye they

    piTh. e very effort of ..lia
    to be good-natured maka th
    vous. Write to M rs. Pinlam
    help you to health and hp
    It'ustsnothing togetMrs. 1
    advice. Her addrasr is L ,

    Tc man who smokes

    Old Vlrginla Cherooc
    a hi t
    has a atiedglad I have got it
    Cexpressio on his face from the ti* A

    he lights ne. He knows he wi j
    not sappointd. No matt-t
    where he -uys one-Maine or Texaj
    Florida o4California-he knows thsle

    will be J t he same as those he gel,
    0 at home-j-clean-well made-buril
    Ceven-- tast good-satisfying
    SThree adred iio Old Vgin6a Cher6ots smoked tl'
    year" AskO ova dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. i

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