C.WB P nd*st.leor TALLAHASS84
LRESS IN SESSION
Legislation that ill
Come Op this Term.
SARNY OF 100,000 MEN
eommneded-Also Boliding of
ashington, December l.-Con.-
is in full blast. 'The great com-
on Ways and Means, Rivers
Harbors, Merchant Marine, Re-
ionment and Agriculture have
most important measures on
they desire action at this ses-
and each is now crowding for
aeration for its bill. Add, the
uguan Canal bill and the co-
ed Hay-Pauncefote abomina-
and treaties with Nicaraugua
Costa Rica, will have to be con-
d, to say nothing of fifteen
appropriation bills, it will be
that the session will be a busy
So busy will it be that re-ap-
tonment and ship subsidy are
likely to be allowed to go over
e next session. Certainly, if
Democrats care to make a light
nst them, as they certainly will
rt the latter and probably will
nst the former unlem it is drawn
it them, their passage can easily
prevented. The same is true of
Hay-Pauncefote treaty, but the
ocrats will be chary of fighting.
although they will vote against
cause if. they do so they will
bly be held responsible for the
y in constructing the Nicarau-
n army legislation, there will
bly be little or no opposition,
es the Republicans attempt to
through some measure fasten-
a standing army on the country.
e emocrats, it is understood.
stand ready to give the Presi-
t whatever army he wants, if he
consent to have it go out of ex.
nee when the Philippine situation
permit. If the Republicans in-
on the Root bill, however, a fight
retain. Secretary Root has sent
er to the Military Affairs Com-
e asking Congress to authorize
lar army --whose miniibmin
shell be about 59,000 and
maximum shall be a-little over
000. The actual number at any
e between these limits is to be
by the President, who will in-
it or reduce it by enlisting or
arguing privates, the regimental
nations remaining unchanged.
e regiments of cavalry, five of in-
try, five of artillery and two bat-
ns of engineers are asked in ad-
5on to the present standing army
29,000 men, the., minimum force
each being as now provided by
The Secretary says, that ex-
*ence with volunteers has shown,
t by placing experienced officers
their head they become remarks-.
y efficient in a very short time, but
at the experiment has been a most
pensive one for the country, com-
red to what would have been the
he ad the same number of troops
een raised for three years' service
regulars. This excess of cost
ses from the necessity for sending
ese regiments many thousand miles
ay from home for a short term of
'ice, during which the allowances
re much greater than would be the
ee if their service extended over
tree years. The Democrats will
inly oppose this bill unless the
ht of the President to increase
he army to the maximum is made
conditional on the existence of war,
i the Philippines or elsewhere, and
a not left to his mere whim.
The Republicans will again make
bluff at passing the reciprocity
treaties negotiated last winter but
lowedto go over until after the
election, owing to the protests of
people whom the party managers
id not dare to ignore at that time.
ohe chances are, however, that
thing will be accomplished.
a fact, we might as well strike
ecprocity out of our national pol-
sy, although it has been prominent
n republican platforms for many
ears. The history of legislation on
is subject demonstrates, that while
re, as a nation are in favor of the
Srincinle. we are onposed to the
UORSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1900.
t dlers and lead-ore pduc SU R essential constituents
of the Northwest, Congre ss ed -: ,
ngto:.bAt which are required
to enact the .eg.aton yce ary fnd known, may be ex-
it was allowed to die. During the I -y an allegation that they
sme administration of.- President Ciarlie Long, Pluin L i i kRnOn to the indicting grand
ArUtur, a commmnison sent to South The State of lori this rule applies to the de.
America initiated reciprocity treaties in Error.-Jackson co n of property in indictments
witn all of the republics except I MNABRY,J. -
Chile, Bolivia and Paraguay. The' .. ,d.hould be c-a," the the allegation in an
I P -. i .Verdicts should nt tcer the al ationwin an
corn ion had jut reached Brazil mport a deinite meaning, but for larceny of a want of
whe" President Cleveland came into words that conv bond rasonsrfect knowledge of te de-
office --caned^ ithom._ W n .wr ha tconvey beyond reaSonw. ^
office and- called it 'home. When ble doubt the meaning and intention a of the property alleged .to
Mr. Blame came into power, the of the jury will be .sufficient., though n stolen issubject to enquiry
movement was revived and fourteen the minma be b the trial jury, need not be
reci rocty treaties were made, but as 2. A w sho nodb in a case, where there is
.o_ as the Democrats again came ed the- round of newg ne that the grand jury was
into power they were revoked. The aned e on of information that
Democrats frankly say that they do evidence that goes i yitv
Demora frankly y that they do impeach the character of witnesses enable them to give a better
not believe in reciprocity and the th. cumulative.p tion.
Republicans claim to do so in the o3 ha is sm ly cumulative. "i he trial court should not bv
-3. The evidence in this case hraM "h. tl.hl o
abstract,but find some fatal objection to be sufficient o ti e r .bitrary standard direct the
to each particularly case, as it comes of the jury. jyi hereby to weigh an'd estimate
p. r Judgment affirmed. t testimony of a defendant who
Despite the efforts of the War M, D. Price, for Plaintiff in Err w- tei the stand as a witness.
Department to conceal the truth by William B. Lamar, Attorney-Gen 6.5.A request to charge on behalf
oft repeated denials, reports whose of-a defendant who testifies in his de-
authenticity is not open to question, era, for the State.fe that the jury have no right to
show conclusively that mental and G ey KennardPlaintif in Er- d ard his testimony on the
physical disorders amongst our sol- ror, vs. The State of florida,De- grnd alone that he is the defend-
diem in the Fhiippines are increas- fendant in Error.-Alachua coun- ant in the case, is properly refused,
ing most alarmingly. The terrible ty. especially where, the court instructs
climate of the Philippines, the de- tbh jury fully as to how they should
spo dency produced by homesick- MnABRY J.: wgh the testimony of witnesses
n es and the continued experience of 1. As a general rule a witness generally.
dea ing with a foe fighting only from must depose to facts within his 8. In an indictment for grand lar-
am ush has shattered both the men- knowledge, and ean not testify to ceny under a statute providing that
tal and physical systems of officers matters of mere conjecture; but if the property stolen is of the value
and men. Officers of both the army where a witness has knowledge of of twenty dollars or more the offense
and navy, who went from here in the pertinent facts and speaks from a shall be grand larceny, and if the
full vigor of health not many months recollection of them as they actually value is less than twenty dollars the
ago, are broken down in body and appeared to him, though his impres- offense shall be petit larceny, with
are almost imbeciles. Nothing has rmon may not amount to positive as- punishments graduated to each of-
been said about it, but some of them surance, it is competent to be con- fense, the testimony should show
are now being brought home to their sidered by the jury. property stolen of sufficient value to
sorrowing families. It is very pretty 2. In lawfully defending himself a sustain the sentence imposed by the
to *alk about a soldier's duty and a mania may take life when as a reason- out.
soldier's pride; and it is very pretty bly prudent person he has reasona- 71- In identifying the property al-
to iead the eloquent flights of the ble ground to apprehend a design to leged to have been stolen the evi.
expansion statesmen and orators who commit a felony on him or to d, .dence must substantially correspond
discourse on the subject at the long him some great personal injury and. it the description given in the in-
range distance of eight to ten thou- there shall be imminent -danger of -`icaent, but this may be. done by
sand miles. Every now and then such design being accomplished, ciro'0 matantial a. well as direct
also the countlyis favored with ex- though as a matter of fact there was prodf.
tracts from the letters of some fire-. no actual danger, but if lie wrong- 8, Evidence held sufficient to sus.
eating soldier in the Philippines who fully occasions or brings about the tain a verdict.
is as one in a thousand. At the same necessity for his action, though as a Judgment affirmed.
tinie the Presidt nt and the War and prudent man he may have reasona- T. 4. & B. B. MacDonell, for
Navy Departments are fully aware ble ground to apprehend a design to Plaintiff in Error- William B. La-
that almost -the entire bodv of our commit a felony on him or to do mart Attorney-General, for the State.
forbes in the Philippines would him some serious personal injury and
be| glad to come home today there be imminent danger of such W" H. Reynolds, as Comptrol-
"if they had the sanction of design beingaccomplished, he ean J A. Pearceas Sheriff,
sub r authority so to do. not lawfully kill an jstifyii. -Cen-.
Tqe strongest social and per- duct on the ground of self-defense. trial and Peninsular Railroad Com-
so al influence is constantly exerted 3. An objection to a portion of a pany, Appellee.-Leon county.
tosecure a homeward .order for ofti. charge stating an abstract proposi- MABY, J.:
ce-s in the Philippines, and the tion of law on the ground that it is i
Piesidept himself is frequently ap- misleading may be removed by an- the Where,onan airmppeal in hpartanccry
ed to. Not one of these appeals other portion covering the ground ecree in part and re-
is needed, except in the cases where so fully as to leave no room for a versed in part with directions for
th pitiable condition of the officers misdirection of the jury. thermissi entry of a proper decrappelle, and
permission is given by the appellate
re ders him mentally incapable. 4. The mere statement in a mo- court to apply to the chancellor for
tion for a new trial that the prose- leave tofile a bill of review of a part
A A nistingihed Lecturer. cutting officer made a certain state- of the decree to be entered, the ap-
cDr. Edward Thompson, L. L D., ment to the jury, where the motion plication to the extent permitted, if
General Manager of the Sunday is overruled without a certificate made, must be governed by the gen-
Lague of America, will occupy the from the judge that such statement oral rules applicable to obtaining
p lpit of the Methodist church, Dec. was made, affords no evidence of the leave and filing bills of review.
16th, at a union service of the existence of such fact. 2. Where, on an appeal in chan-
churches of the city. He will prob- 5. It is proper for the trial court cerypthe decree is affirmed in part
aslly speak at the Presbyterian in charging the jury to confine a and reversed in part, with directions
ctirch at night. principle of law applicable to the for the entry of a proper decree, and
'Dr. Thompson is one of the most cause to the facts disclosed by the permission be given by the appellate
eloquent and graceful speakers of the evidence, court to apply to the chancellor for
South. He is highly commended by 6. In considering an objection to a leave to lile a bill of review of a sev-
dstinguished ministers of all;denomi- portion of a charge the entire por- eral part of the decree to be entered,
nations, Congressmen, Governors of tion bearing on the subject may be the authority to entertain the appli-
various States, educators of ability, considered, and if the objection be cation is confined to the part of the
and editors of reputation. Let the removed when the .entire portion is decree as to which permission is given
people of the city give him a hearing taken together, there is no ground to apply for leave to file the bill, and
and they will be amply repaid, of complaint, the chancellor has no jurisdiction be-
twhh Ho 7. When the substance of re- yond this.
,,Honor to Whom Honoer. quested charges has been fully given 3. The filing of a bill of review
Mr. Editor: Your complimentary in instructions, it is uot error to re- on the around of newly discovered
mention of those who have done such fuse to repeat the instructions, though evidence is not a matter of right, but
faithful service for TaUabassee in the expressed in different language. leave to file the bill must first be ob-
interest of the retention of the capi- 8. A requested instruction for an stained and this rests in the sound
tal, was wise and well done. I de- acquittal predicated upon an isolated discretion of the court, subject to re-
sire to call attention to another citi- fact, or only* part of the evidence view by the appellate court.
zen who has done a grand work for that is not conclusive of the merits 4. A bill of review on the ground
our city and whose name should be of the case, is properly refused. of newly discovered evidence should
enrolled among those of Tallahassee's Judgment affirmed. allege that it is filed by leave of the
true friends. I spe1 k of Dr. W. L. Evans Haile and Clark & Gibbons, court; must state the former bill and
Moor. The work he has done to for Plaintiff in Error.' proceedings, including the final de-
secure the Georgia Pine Railroad is cree entered, and the particulars in
worthy of all commendation. A few R. Lang, Plaintiff in Error, vs. which the party conceives himself
more such public spirited rnm would The State of Florida, Defendant aggrieved, and also state distinctly
make a decided change in in Error.-Nassau county. and specifically the evidence alleged
see-all of which would be fot the MABBT, J- to have been discovered and that it
better. W. J. C. CAPTBB. 1. An indictment for larceny un- came to the knowledge of the party
Civil Appointments. der Section 2440, Revised Statutes, for the first time after the final de-
Governor Bloxham has made the in proper form and found to be a cree, or too late to be used at the
following civil appointments: true bill by a grand jury in a court hearing, and that by the exercise of
W. C.Kilgore, of Wildwood, to having jurisdiction of the spbject- reasonable diligence it could not
be notary public for the State at matter, properly signed, eijdorsed havebeen discovered sooner; and
large, and presented as required by statute, further, it must appear that the new
large. I Is .p. -1 1 1 i .a a .u.ai n. ;a .nn. raiT mim :nlilv o r
put in evi
by clear a
lor, C. J.,
oral, for App
Nail, Ruth R
at the sen.
Lee was a i
and J. T.
was in favor
the opera li
ville, in W
at the time
ber of the
was a most
friends in i
At a sO
ball, T. 1
to take uj
J. R. CohN
essential equity in t
of the bill, and whi
decisive proof. '(Ta
reed and bill of revile
ir -, -I
VOL. XX, NO. 41
Snpreu Scretrj MDlv
an Address Here.
Shmis death was a mem-
of County eom-
Wakulla county and
prominent citizen of that
his death will be severely
rmerly a citizen of Leon
mas moved to Wakulla
ago. His many nearr
g in this county h*athe
f a large number of
eir bereavement. :
ial meeting of the .City
on last Monday night,
3d, Councilmen F. W.
J. A. Edmondson, J'ulius
Randolph and A. C.
appointed a committee
the matter of arrange-
ve to the inaugural cere-
held in Tallahassee on
uary 8th, 1901, at which
S. Jennings will be
office as Florida's Chief
or the next four years.
ttee have -gone to -work
big crowd is expected
g of the Young Mens'
e was held last Fri-
or the purpose of taking
toward getting up enter-
or inauguration day. A
'ailed directing Premident
to appoint committees
them to work. Subse-
wne. n nn.n.irw-) t:Lit the
Under New management.
Mr. Edwin F. Duke has disposed
of his lease upon the Panacea Springs
hotel property, etc., and henceforth
it will be rub by Duval & HI all, Mr.
Frank W. Duval having personal
management of the business. Mr.
Duval is one of the leading business
men of Wakula county, and is too
well known and popular to need an
introduction to the public. Hie has
had considerable experience in the
hotel business, and those who con-
template visiting the spring this
winter or next summer will find in
him an host well suited to the place.
and always desirous of pleasing his
A Very Sm\ll Egg.
Mr. T. A. Teate brought to this
office yesterday and left on exhibition
the smallest hen egg on record in the
world. It will easily slip through a
half inch auger hole and is too light
to weigh. Notwithstanding it'
seems to be well developed, and is
incased in a perfectly hard shell. It
was laid by a Plymouth 'Rock hen
which weighs six pounds. It was a
Thanksgiving presentation from her.
Friday Night Social.
A very pleasant social was given
'ast Friday night by Mrs. T. J. Rob-
erts, at "The Columns." Quite a
number of young people were on
hand and enjoyed themselves im-
mensely. Music, recitations, etc..-
added largely to the evening's enjoy-
. Lamar, Attorney- -
lants; T. L. Clarke, r AN OYSTER SUPPER GIVEN
my, November. At which All Enjoy a Very Deightful
Fenton Davis, le Evealug.
Iel Woodward, An ie
olds, Eva Dyer, Friday night of last week Supreme
Beatrice Wallace, la Secretary Handley, of the Fraternal
ie VanBrunt, Clif Union of America, was in the city
Leydock, Sallie Le and delivered a lecture at Odd Fel-
Jennie Myers, lows Hall on the benefits of benevo-
Carter, Alice Shh t- lent organizations in general, and the
errell, Susie Pe FraternalUnion in particular.
Douglas Barbour, Introducing his remarks, Mtjor
Chas. Demilly, M e Han4ley made some statements very
McDougall, Cro ell flattering t6 Florida. When this
ip Carter, W State was first mentioned as a field
Fred Househol r, for operation by his company, he
enter, Bernard B said, it was considered unfavorable,
Jessie Williams, N r-- but upon examination he found that
our vital- statistics showed better
OL.-Marion Bo mn, health conditions prevailing in Flor-
Mary Gwynn, R by ida than any other section of thii.
tte Head, Eliab th country.
Cnreton, Lulu Ke th, He also paid a splendid tribute t-,
niy, Minnie Denn rd, Tallahassee's-and the State's-
Julia Chaires, KAtie hospitality. Tallaha.see, he thought,
nee Ellis, Ida Carter, would remain for all time to come
Susie Taylor, Rubie the Capital of the State-
n Demilly, Helen But- Reaching the subject of the even-
Forbes, Emma Myers, ing, fraternity, he said that, like all
Dan Taylor, Frank other inventions, it is a product of
Clark, Leonard Donk, the nineteenth century, and is the
kins, Donnie Marcua, best of them all. His exposition of
Virginus James, Ford the purposes and plans of the Fra-
e VanBrunt, Charlie ternal Union of America was plain,
len Freeman. Burk Ley- to the point and convincing.
ontgomerv, Foster Da.- At the conclusion of his address
tilley, Russell Mickler, Secretary Joseph Duncan an-
is, Walter Averitt, Jean nuanced that in honor of the Su-
Ernest Householder, preme Secretary's visit, a special dlis-
n, Bryant Carpenter, penaation had been granted reducing
on, 01on Warren, Frank the initiation fee of the order from
us Willis. *10.00 to $5.00, and that this rate
u-nary Notes.- won!d remain in effect until the
ihnary Notes. next regular meeting night.
tying Soiety wa held Those present were then iuniited
biatu cidty was heldr own stairs to an oyster supper.
nary Friday afternoon. Besides oysters there was fruit, etc..
water: "Rsoldiesr thved, That all delightfully served, and the even-
eater soldier than Jak- id off very pleasantly.
Es Evans and Joseph ig L pl44t
locatedd the affirm-tive, A Meteor Bursts.
". Crawford and J0 K. About 10:30 o'clock Sund<.vy night,
Le for the negative. : after a bright flash of light, two loud
ular debate the decision explosions in quick succession were
of the negative, but in heard by-the people of this city and
debate the affirmative throughout the county. It was
students of the seminary caused by the bursting of a la ge
; to present a play at meteor. The explosion was so se-
use on the Friday before vere as to shake the windows in
This play will be a houses. Many people thought that
he Deacon, which they some heavy body had fallen against
o yEars ago. their dwelling and made a tour of
. Moody D -ad inspection about their premises.. The
. Moody Dead. meteor was observed in Thomasville
friends of Mr. h m. and was said to have exploded over
regret to hear of his that place. It caused general com-
h took place Suday ment throughout the comnmunitv and
hlls home near Wood- was really a very remarkable ur-
ulla county. Mr. MOody rence.
A ~- -
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.'** ^ t
(Contiisuxei from T"itd Page.)
She Is an extraorainany oemtUti wo-
man. A man takes no en4 of risk whena
he concerns himself with her affairs, ;
can tell you. Hillars-well I suppose
It's none of my business. He must
have hadli an exciting tine of it,* con
eluded the young man.
"I'll leave you in charge for a week
or so." said i. "'What little news there
is at the houses you can cover. I'll
take ear(, of anything of Importance
that occurs abroad. I might as well
pack uip :and get out tonight. A boat
leaves Dhover early in-the morning."
Then I picked up the third and last
letter. It was from Phyllis. It con-
laiuieN- the enjoyable news that the
Went wrths were coming abroad and
that they would remain indefinitely at
B-. where Mr.'Wentworth bad been
appointed charge d'affaires under the
American minister. They were to visit
the Mediterranean before coming to
London. They would be in town in
Octolber. The mere thought of seeing
Phyllis made my heart throb. The
next morning I put out from Dover. It
was a rough passage for that time of
the year. and I came near being sea-
sick. A day or so In Paris brought me
around, and I proceeded. As I passed
the frontier I noticed that my pass-
ports were eagerly scanned and that I
was closely scrutinized for some rea-
son or other.
A smartly dressed officer occupied
half of the carriage compartment
with me. I tried to draw him into con-
versation. but he proved to be untalka-
tive: so I'busied myself with the latest
issue of the Paris L'Illustration. I
never glanced in the direction of the
officer but what I found him staring
intently at me. This irritated me.
The incident was repeated so many
times that I said:
"I trust herr will remember me in
the days to come."
"Eh?" somewhat startled. I thought.
"' observed that you will possibly
remember me in the days to come, or
perhaps I resemble some one you
"Not in the least." was the haughty
I shrugged aln relit my pipe. The
tobacco I had purchased in Paris, and
It was of the customary vileness. Per-
haps I could snloke out. nuin herr.
But the task resulted in :ai looiomienrng.
He drew out a huge chini: pipe :mint he--
gan smoking tobacco which w:ls .even
viler than mine. if ithl **.ihli ie' pos-
sible. Soon i let dowMn IthI windw'.
"'1,1.s the sm.ok .e li.t l, h rr,'?" Ihe
asked. puffling fol'l :-ri:lt lo'lls of
pmoke. Thier wa.s a shade of milhlery
In his tones.
"It would not." I answered. "if it
Caelnm front toi):1e4'',.-" lie subsided.
Whiien(Iver therln was a stoi of :'ny
length. I stepped out -and walked 41l O
platform. The olffier invariably fol-
lowtel iny example. I poi'dertd o
this a<'h time I re-en'**red i~ ( r-
ringe. .\t last my irrigation turredl
"Are you aware that your actions
are very annoying?"
"Hlow. sir?" proudly. i
"You s(are uwe out of coultnitellai>Cr,
you refrain from entering into conver-
.sation and by the way you follow me
in anid out of the carriage on, wouldd
say that you were watching me. ,All
this is lnot common Ipoliteness."
"Ilerr jests," hie replied with :
forced smile. "If I desire not to eln-
Sverse, Ithat iis my iIISiIn'SS. .As for
getting iu and out of tihe carriage. h:,ve
1 no ri.ghlls as a passengerr""
It was I wilt siilsided. A miniute
"But why do you star; att mr'?" I
"I do not stare :it you. I have Uo
p;sper and tried to read yours ait a dis
ianeure. I anm willing to apologizee for
"Ofh. that is different," I said. I
It doesn't make any difference wheth-
er you believe in the modern theory
and speak of the causes of diseases as
referable to germs, microbes or bacilli,
or whether you use the-tlder and better
understood terms of humorss" and
" blood diseases"- Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla cures them all.
It cures scrofula. salt rheum or
eczema, catarrh, rheumatism, malaria
and all other blood poisons; nervous
troubles, debility and that tired feeling.
This is not merely modem theory; it
is solid up-to-date fact.
Salt rheum on my hands so severe I had to
wear cloves most of the time. and could not
shut my thumb and finger together. wis
cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla.!' Ms. A. 0.
bS'AULDIN.. North Searsport. Me.
SMy three months old boy was cured of a
very badly case of scrofula by Hood's Sarsapa-
rills." Wm. H. GARXR. West Earl. Pa.
Promises to cure and keeps the prom-
he. No substitute for Hood's acts like
Hood's-be' sure to get Hood's.
lAMAR & A UN -N CO.@
l a set ssemmosd Pld.' Cm
miatvew t stre ly. I mt may.
I ev my7 baby's li to It.
I sarustly siak ma mnthis who
hav sickly or doealma ciln Jem j
ta try e bottle a"d -e whatW s
eslt willbe. Respetflly.
Mas. LIZZIE MURRAUT.
Johss's Statim, Ga.
...M.If--ft-M, -b I
tossed the paper to him. "You are
welcome to the paper."
I covertly watched him as he tried to
read the French. By and by he passed
the paper back.
"I am not a very good French schol-
ar, and the French are tiresome."
"They would not have been if they
had had a general who thought more
of fighting than of wearing pretty
`"Oh, it would not have mattered,"
"Prussia was once humbled by a
Frenchman." I was irritating him
with a purpose in view.
"The only reason the French were
beaten was because they did not think
the German race worth troubling
He laughed pleasantly. "You Amer-
icans have a strange idea of the differ-
ence Ixbtwe(n tihe <;ernan; and the
This was just whit I w:nit'id.
"And who infort l.'ie you that I was
11, was discontferlid. "Why." he
said lamely. "it is ia.sily apparent. the
difference ,,etwveen tie American and
the Englishim:n." Then. :ts though a
bright ihle:I had comie to hi: i*The Eng-
lish never e :i.,:e, in Conviir-sation with
strangeths while -tr::velinr-. Amnericans
are mo*4 re sio-iihh '.
"They :re? 'i' .n I 1dvi-' them to
follow the e:Iiplsh s' hl>.I tlie l- glish-
ialn-tnever iti o -t i ; :1 eonversa-
tion while tr:vi'lv'" with :1 (e'rmnan.
It is a diis:-Arn '.eIhhl 1::sl:.'" A. i I so t-
tied lnek behind i!;y p;Ielr.
lHow i.,d h', foin. l ou1l t tIlh;l I was :lll
Ame'ri'i: W \ais 1I knil\WnI'.' .\ for
what result w;'s I kiioww'. ro iny
kuowledlge I had never committed any
cffei:se t I the extent that I must Iwh
watched like ai suspect. What his
obji'ct was and how lie enite to know
that I wa.s an American were myste-
ries to nce. I was glad that the journey
would last but an hour or so longer.
ECZEMA, ITCHING HUMORS,
PIIPLES CURED BY B. B. B.
Bottle Free to Sufferers.
Does your'Skin Itch and Burn? Dis-
tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you.
feel ashamed to be seen in company?
Do scabs and scales form on the skin,
Hair or Scalp? Have you Eczema?
Skin Sore and Cracked? Rash form on
the Skin? Prickling Pain in the Skin?
Boils? Pimples? Bone Pain? Swollen
Joints? Falling Hair? All Run Down?
Skin Pale? Old Sores? Eating Sores?
Ulcers? All these are symptoms of
Eczema and Impurities and Poisons in
the Blood. To cure take B. B. B.
(Botanic Blood Balma) which makes the
blood pure and rich. B. B. B will cause
the sores to heal, itching of eczema to
stop forever, the skin to become clear
and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is just
the remedy you have been looking for.
Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Give it
a trial. For eale by druggists at $1 per
large bottle; six large bottles (full treat-
ment) b5. Complete directions with
each bottle. So sufferers may test it, a
trial bottle given away. Write for it.
Address Blood Balm Co., 524 Mitchell
St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble
and Frn e personal medical advice given.
lThe' train arriveul at tine eapiil 1.i
at night. As I went to inquire about
my luggug" 1 saw umy late fellow pas-
senger joined by another officer. The
two began talking earnestly, giving
me occasional sidelong glances. The
mystery was deepening. In passing
them I caught words which sounded
like "under another name" and "posi-
tive it is he." This was anything but
reassuring to me. At length they dis-
al3peared, only to meet me outside the
station. It got into my head that 1
was a marked man. A feeling of dis-
comfort took possession of me. Ger-
mans are troublesome when they get
an idea. I was glad to get into the
carriage which was to take me to my
hotel. The driver seemed to have
some difficulty in starting the horse,
but I gave this no attention. When
the vehicle did start, it was with a
rapidity which alarmed me. Corner
after corner was turned, and the lights
went by in flashes. It was taking a
long time to reach my hotel, I thought.
Suddenly it dawned upon me that the
direction we were going was contrary
to my instructions. I tried to open the
window, but-It refused to move. Then
I hammered on the pane, but the driver
was deaf or purposely so.'
"HI, there!" I thoughtlessly yelled in
"It means that berr nr al aft peae-
fully or be in danger of a broken
head." was the mind easing reply of
my quondam fellow passenger. 'The
driver then came down from the box,
and I saw that he was the.officer whe
bad joined us at the station.
"If it is a frolic." I said. "one of
. your -beer hall frolics, the sooner it is
ended the better for you."
The two laughed as itf what I had
said was one of the funniest things
"With pleasure!" said 1.
Directly one of them lay with his
back to the ground and the other was
locked in my embrace. I had not spent
four years .on the college campus for
Intellectual benefits only. And indig-
nation lent me additional strength. My
opponent was a powerful man, but I
held him in a grip of rage. Truthfully
I began to enjoy the situation.' There
Is something exhilarating in the fight-
Ing blood which rises in us now and
then. This exhilaration, however,
brought about my fall. In the struggle
I forgot the other, who meantime had
recovered his star gemmed senses. A
crack from the butt of his pistol ren-
dered me remarkably quiet and docile.
In fact, all became a vacancy till the
next morning, and then I was con-
scious of a terrible headache and of a
room with a window through which a
cat might have climbed without en-
dangering its spine--a very dexterous'
"Well," I mused, softly nursing the
lump on my head. "here's the devil to
pay and not a cent to pay him with."
It was evident that. without know-
ing it, I had become a very important
c(ONT1MIUEi NEXT WEEK )
ALL HONOR TO PARSLEY.
Curious Folklore and History Con-
cerning This Common Herb.
Some quaint idens have hovered
around that fl';niliar garden herb h nd
dish atdorner. parsley. In Enlgl-:nd,
Devonshire folk declare that parsley
must never be tran.splinuted or great
evil will follow. Suffolk people say it
will not cone up double unll'ss sown
on Good Friday- a notion that experi-
mlents iighi t surely sootun have disprov-
ed--while. :mnieni dwell-ers in lhmp-
shire steadfastly irefuse to give ;muy
parsley away. Ask thinti r- '-, .;
Pitts' Carminative aids digestion, regu-
lates the bowels, cures Cholera Infan-
tum. Cholera Morbus, Dysentery. Pains.
Griping. Flatulent Colic, Unnatural
Drains from the Bowels, and all diseases
incident to teething children. For all
summer complaints it is a specific.
Perfectly harmless and free from inju-
rious drugs and chemicals.
fruit or rare vegetab-l-s, and basket-
fuls will Ie. gladly bestowed on you.
but request a few sprigs of parsley and
you will be told, with ai solemn shaking
of heads. "No, w.- never pick parsley
for any one. unless it's paid for!"
The great historian Plutarch relates
an Interesting aneuudote on the subject
of this herb. Timoleon was leading an
army against the Carthaginians. "But
as he was aseending a hill from the
top of which the enemy's camp and all
their vast forces would be in sight, he
met some mules laden with parsley.
and his men took it into their heads
that it was a bad omien because we
usually crown the ,sepuilcher with pars-
ley. and thence comes the proverb with
regard to on tlhast is dangerously ill.
"Such a on hIas need of nothing but
parsley.' To deliver them from this
superstition and to remove the panic
Timoleon ordered the troops to halt,
and making -m speech suitable to the
occasion, observed among other things
that crwns were brought them before
\le victory :aild offered themseln-es of
their own accord. For lihe C('orinthians
from all :Intiquiy h:ive' looked upon a
wreath of parsley as sacred, crowning
the victors wit!: i ait thlie isthmian
games." The generai then crowned
himself and ;ll hiis :tlicers with pars-
ley wreaths, and led his ulen to bat-
tie, their fears conquered, thie result
being a decisive victory. Chicago
Oxford's Witty Bishop.
Two stories are attributed in The
Railway Magazine to the witty bishop
of Oxford. He was once talking to
some boys in a school and said to them:
"Now, my boys, I dare say you think
it's a very fine thing to be a bishop.
But I assure you I'm a very busy man.
I have to go about all over my diocese.
and I haven't time to study like you
have. In fact. nearly all my study has
to be confined to only one book. It be.
gins with a 'B.' Do you know what it
Isr" "The Bible. sir: the Bible." shout.
ed the boys a11 together. "No." replied
the bishop. with a merry twinkle in his
eye. "It's called 'Bradshbaw!' "
The other story is still better. On
one occasion when he alighted from
the train at Wheatley. the station, for
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backs, rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men
Cuddesden palace, an officlos porter
rushed qp to him and asked. "Any artl-
eles In the van. my Iord? "Articles."
said the bishop grimly. "Yes. 39 arti-
cles." Off hurried the porter and wor-
ried the guard almost out of his senses
by the way be searched the van and
detained the train. Presently he came
back to the bishop with a crestfallen
expression of countenance. "There are
only seven, my lord." "Only seven?
Ah. you're a Dissenter then. I should
Laeking In Romanee.
"Swigsby hasn't a particle of ro-
mance about him."
"I never thought he had. Any new
proof of it?"
"Yes. He was calling on Daisy
Swinnerton. You know Daisy. Little
thing, but full of poetry. Swigsby said
he wondered where they met the first
time. and Daisy in her poetical way
said she guessed it was in the gloam-
ing. Swigsby looked puzzled. and then
what do you suppose he said?'
"Give it up."
"Said he guessed she was mistaken,
because be- couldn't recall any apart-
ment house by that name."-Cleveland
Asmlsting aRI Memory.
Bobby was spending the afternoon at
his aunt's and fqr some moments had
been gazing out, of the window in a
painfully thoughtful sort of way.
"What makes you so serious, Bob-
by?' asked his aunt.
"Why, ma told me that I must re-
member not to ask for anything to eat,
and I am trying to remember it."-
Jack-I made two calls this after-
noon. and I must have left my um-
brella at the last place I called.
Tom-How do you know but that you
left it at the first place?
Jack--Because there's where 1 got it.
Distinctions In Being Kicked.
The Arabs. clever hors-uwmn as they
are,. are quite as liable to accident as
English grooms. But the Arab likes to
be kicked by a thoroughbred horse and
cannot endure to he put to any pain by
an animal whose 'ldligree is at all de-
fective. An English surgeon haid beon
setting the broken leg of an Arab who
complained more of the accident that
had befallen him li than ws thought le-m
coming in onw- of! his tribe. This the
surgeon remarked to him. and his an-
swer was truly cl meracteristic. "Do you
think. doctor. I should have uttered a
word of complaint if my own high bred
colt in a playful kick had broken both
my legs? But to have a bone broken
by a brute of a jackass is too bad. and
I will complain!"
Parried ihe Thrunt.
A lady had in her employ an excel-
lent girl who had one fault. Her face
was always In a smudge. Her mistress
tried, without offending, to tell her to
wash her face and at last resorted to
"Do you know. Bridget." she remark-
'ed in a confidential manner. "it Is said
that if you wash the face every day in
hot. soapy water itI will make you beau-
"Will it?" said Bridget. "Sure. It's a
wonder ye niver tried it. ma'am'"-
Our Dumb Animals.
Got the Chamige.
"Why were you tempted to steal this
"Because my doctor recommended
me to take a little change."
All the emery In the world eonTem
from the little island of Naxnos. n:i',
When the Eyes are Sick
S mething must be done and done
quickly. Little neglects bring big dis.
eases. When the eyes are sore or in-
flamed use John R. Dickey's Old Reliable
Eye Water. It. stops the inflammation,
cures granulated lids, and brings ease
at once. It causes absolutely no pain.
The genuine is always enclosed in a red
carton. Get it at Wight & Bro.'s Drug
Store for 25 cents....
These are sweet words, but how much
pain and suffering they used to mean. It's
different now. Since Mother's Friend has
become known expectant mothers have
been spared much of the anguish of child-
birth. Mother's fried is a liniment to be
applied externally. It is rubbed thoroughly
Into the muscles of the abdomen. It gives
elasticity and strength, and when the final
great strain comes they re-pond quickly a,"*
easily without pain. Mot-'- "..a Is.
never taken i:n'"rnr;" .al gS*-'
at this time do e .. )m. If a
.,A t ,.
/M "/ ^ A a i ?- --:' ,
KXNWIL, ,-YIIIF~liiW AF
A telpoonful is just one dram; a
lessertspoonful. two- drams: a table-
spoonfuL four drams. ,
In mixing or administering drugs of
my sort quantities should bIx carefully
esnured in a muedici e glass. for then
,e may be quite sue of the amount
iven, which is quite impossible to be
one uses spoons. ir these vary in
ise according to fashion.
When measuring medicine. it is best
stand the glass ol the table, for if
one holds it In the hand one m gay
hold It crookedly. tand thtis In
ently pour out : larger or
amount than is prescriled by
tor. In some cases errors of thif
might be mischievous in effect.
Nearer at Hand.
"Did you ever reflect on the to
sity of the solar system?'
"No. I've got my mind full
on the size of the note I have ts
_--- -- ^" ~^ p ....T, -
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has bccen ni made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
-Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex.
experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Ohildren-Experience 'against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregorce, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves- Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatuleney,. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and .Jowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children'4 Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
I The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
r"c CewYaN COm eMP 7T MUMIAw STCuT. nCW TOOK CITY.
Victims of malignant Blood Poison and 8e
fula were formerly looked upon as U&
Fearful of contagion, their friends desid
them companionship andmedical ignoraM
denied them hope. Their life was wal
than death and their only relief t 9
grave. Many suchcases werespeclf
sad from the factthat thesufferer
tracted disease by accidertth o ed
and through no fault of eir own.
Modern violation looks
thetic consideration upon all case o
poisoning, and medical science after grq.
ing for centuries in darkness, has fiall
evolved a cure. Despair vanishes like an e
spirit. Hope shines forth like a glorWl
P. P0 P.
(I.ippman's Great Remedy.
This sovereign Specific cures all forms d4
Blood Poisoning in both men and women.
p. P. P. is.a permanent cure for Rheumatis.
p.P. 1'.is the only logical treatment fo
Catarrh and the only remedy for Catarrh Is
p. P. P. cures Dyspepsia in all its manifdM
forms and is a general tonic superior to au
Sold by all druggists. One dollar a bottle.
Six bottles for five dollars.
L LIPPMAN BROTHERS,
Lippman Block, Savannah, 0(
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ull Line of Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters!
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A full Line of Steam Fitting,
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In;ectors, Inspirators, Whistles
Steam Gauges, Check and Globe
Valves. Also. a full line Rub
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Packing. A full line of' Harnes
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. L A I S R D- z 1 0 3.
_TIMMEWEEKLY TAT.TA HASSREKAN: THURSDAY, DECRMp.O 6, 1900. 3
Str CtH. South. W. J. Carpenter, Pas-
Services: Prea thingg every abblt i
erMeetin. Wednesday at 7- tP. M.
MEr A Rc"aUa c Bev. S. L. Carty.
o services will be held regula.yV ery
at 1l A. M. and' A P. M. eatare
and the public cordially Invited to at.
SSnday School at10 A.M. Prayem
W edneeday. 730 V. M. Union aChri.
jadeavor Meeting. 3:30 P. M., Sunday.
APTIST r CUGac.Rev. 8. M. Provence
r. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
TSunday. sunday School at 10 a. m.
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. A cordial
leome is extended to all.
JoNs EPUIOOPAL C anuiu. Dr. W. H.
Pastor. Services: Preaching every
'11lA.M.; 7d.,P. M. Friday evenimgser-
mat 7:30 P. M. Sunday School at 1 A. M.
WiC*OLICtCHUCB.RRe%.J. L..1it@ ..It c-
Seryiceu High Mai mand Sermon at" A.W M
ehism 3; P. M. Vetsjrs and I nedic-
.0 0 5 : w P M t .
Week days. Nas6s:4b A. M.
I jLK DEuhtkio'.lbitt lor tale at all
oe at cost prices at The TAI.-A eA ts.KA
C. M.E. Church uLtm ii :o lc(iat9"&)a. am.,
tessorJ G. tiley Superintendent. Preach-
rat3p. nm. and 6 p. m.
"rayer Mteting Tuesdayy night. ClassMeet-
b T'urtiraY night.
Thrdyn ight. F. BRIesON. Pastor.
DIRBCTORS' MEETING he Board of Direc-
re ot the Liurary Association hold their
tinrs on the third Friday evening of each
outli at s m. at the library.
Those who are interested in Christain Sci.
cce will Ibe weltcomod at the residence of Mr.
C. L(.*L. whtle ethe- bert-iseB wili beheld
.dai i at lt:3U a.m., dnef Sdays at 7.0P p.m.
1. O. 0 F
BR Regular meetings of LEO LA DOE No.
are held every Tuesday Evening, at their
dge teo in, at o'clock. All Br(.ners in
od standing are invited to attend.
W. M. MclN'LOsH, JR., N.G.
L. COi.Li. t. .
ZiCAMNINENT.-Kegular meetings of Au-
LLLA ErCa.1MPiMKNT No 2, are held tl -- frst
d third Thursday Evenings o eac month,
their Ledge Room, at8 o'clock. A -A Patri-
he in gooo standing are invited to attend.
W. M.. MCINTOSIL. S., C. P.
W. H. CHANCEY. bribe.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Taihaaige: Lolge. No. No.-. meets second
hD. ,. Thursday evenlnin.of eateh-mouLb
it MtljaijSic Hall.
SEl E. l IIILIi('K,.I)ictator.
W. ii. CIANY., Reteorter.
KNGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Cicru li.oldg No. 1 K. ol P.. meets every
Thure-laty i vniti- in L'astle Halt. Viiting
KniLghti are cordially invited to attend.
It.C. ('I1:A 1*IA% I (.I
J. 1 ILL,K.ot K.-. ".4
-T. T i'A.'I. LOI)(iE.. 1l t
*- B. S. t the E. ;
Hioii." >i" tinct-lIg tiV WVeduelday even-
jug at eight <>"lh'k- at it. Louge room up-
airs., (ite d(lOr ast ofl thi annex of the Opera
Houwe. All ltemi-ber. o(i the Order in good
toaingi uiVa' ordliall-: invited to attend.
A. rTAYI-oEIJ, W\'. C. J.
Tne regular convocation of Florida K. A.
Chapter No. 1, will be held on the Second and
iPourtb Mondays oh each month at s o'clock
p m. W. M. MClITosa.'SK., Secretary.
gVr Regular meetings of JACKSONI LODGE
Igo. 1, are held on the first and third Mondays
la each month, at 8 o'clock, P. M.
W. M. MCNTO I. SR.. Secretary.
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loithand and Typewriting taught Lamenes-
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W E. LEWIS. DElITIST.
Tk1.T.AWA98gM FT-ORI A
Ofradfate 1894 Uversity Marylan
Baltimore; Post graduate 1893,
faskell Sohool Chicago.
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Gold Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
Plates a Specialty. Gas admmistered.
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TAI.I.AHARR, - FLORIDAi
Repairs all kinds of Household articlesiof
everyday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchela. 1.0*3
Keys. Fastening, Gunm. PistolsShootingOt-
fits. Umbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing *
chines. Shop on Jefferson S.treet, near Iw
City Market. Work done on short notice, dI
at low prices. 9
A. J. FISH,
--AND DIALER IN--
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
in stock at all times.
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t'-cI-M- ,safvt,. mNopiates&
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ARIS AND THE WOfIAN.
.. .. .. ..." m, W iad to
thro, you. i;1.1
"You'd better 11ot try."
"Are you 1f.raidi :"
"Yes. Thenr would lIe a: scandal.
Not that I would care about the death
of a miserable adventurer. but it might
possibly rietle.t upon the virtue of her
highness the Princess Ulldegarde."
"What do yeon wilnt?" I tro rled.
"I w:nlt to; s, if your p:ta sorts are
proper. so that yvNu will lhiav+ no diffi-
culty iln |n;inwgt over the froi4tier."
"Perhaps it would Ie just as well to
wake the American minister." I sug-
"Not :.t all. If you were found dead.
there might Iw a possibility of that.
But I should explain to him, and he
would understand that it was a case
without diplomatic precedent."
(Continued from .seventh Pago..) "Well?"
.. .. ..YoU are to leave this country at
straight to tile. I knew him to be as once. sir -that is. if you place lany val-
inexorable as his former master, the nie upnuio your life."
victor of Setdan. The princess looked "Oil. then it is really serious?"
n leehallieally. Vry. It is ta matter of life and
"Come." -aid the count in broken death-to vou. Moreover, yol must
ElUglish. "I believe your carriage is at
I glanced at the princess She light For Over fifty tears.
uhve been of slone for all the life she Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
exhibited. een used for over fifty years by mil-
"Come; tite comedy is a poor one." lons of mothers for th.ir children while
said the count. teething, with perfectsuccess. Itsoothes
I followed him ,ut ,,f the garden. My the child, softens the gums, allays all
inditferetl to p.ersoli al ty-iwas due pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
to a tIunniuiw.s which hiad taken hold remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
f, tthe poor little sufferer immediately.
o Sold by druggists in every plrt of the
"'etl in." le said when we reached world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
the ciarri:tgv. I did so. and lie got in sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslo;w's Sooth-
after me. ilTe driver appeared coufus- ing Syrup," and take no other'kind.
ed. It was liIt his fare. according tp -
the groenjeient. "'To thil cily," he was never enter this country ag.ain. If you
briefly told. "'Your hotell?" turning to do. I will not give a pfeJnig for your
ile. I named it. "Do yu unllderstaud life."
Gernalnl" He found my passports In good cr-
"ht indllfe-,,r,.ntly," I answdrcd'list- der. I permitted him to runimage
"It appetl'r.s that you utinderst:nd uei- through. soneiofmi t:" oS. across
their the iaunti:tgi nor the people. WVho y
are you," A)some of my notes.,
"Tha t is I retorted I Quite right. IIerr il." said 1.
"Thit i.s itiy e'nimi'ti'lu." I retorted. I I submitted because 1 didiel.it cr"'.
was corning about and not unnaturally I s i b I .
vas .iiln'cniioi "lit4 nut unlnaturall My Itluggage was lmai'ked ,ff to the
became viciois'i. station, where he .sw that lily ticket
"it concerns me also." was the gruff was for Paris.
roply. "'Good morning." be said as I entered
"'lave your o ,wi way about it." the carriage compartment. *"The devil
"HIfow cttoie yu y b h:at medal* will soon come to his own. Ach"
lpointJig to imy breast. "My conplitents to hium when you
honestlyly .said I. *
oe or ishnstly, it is all th see him'" I called back. not to be out-
"o.estl done illn the matter of courtesy.
same." li, 4iadle a In'ove to detach it,.
sand 1ca ighthisi a oe to det t' And that is all. Jack." -concluded
al( I caught his hanoi. Ilillars. "For all 1hes m inths not an
"Please don't do that. I aim ex- lour has passed in which I have not
tremely irritable., and I might throw cursed .1n folly of that moment In-
you out of the window. I can get back
to my hotel without guidance." stead of healing under the balmn of phi-
"I ail.i going to see you to your lodg- 16sophy the wound -.rows more painful
wings asserted the count. rubbing his every day. She did not love ime. 1
wrist, for I had put some power into kutow. butl slie wotllld h:v e been nllnear
tmiy grasp. ut'. liland if thet king had taken away
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Sample and booklet free. See our big
g Conti acted or l1.reld-
'bl9ood Poison tary Sy ::in i is
t~r'1W,- s,::ige.., producing tcon!e.olr
spot w; ee or boy, little ulef'rs tin the
I onaviie. Wn themuellt~t or throat. fafl~w.mout of
Idi.' e icr tor eyebrov.s. decady of thne tie-li or
bvnke-. ewnpit-tely and forever* eradiu- ied
without thet'jei'3 (uifnjurious dirtxzs l cavtiun,
.hO Syltelu! itI Upure, strong utid ln:Wllz
fiU1 sta te.
V'ark-toceie I,.dt complonete lsof
sexual l power: aio H iydrocehe, (Conorrho-a.
Gieer. Stric~ture. and aln PriVateauid Vewueral
l*~eases, ans Weaknesses of mien quickly
her lriincipality sh e woulh have iiet-eded
lni iln a lthoisand ways, and it is not
less 1lhali possible that in time she
light Ihave learned the lesson of love.
But now -if si ih e is t woman I believe
her tVo lie' .le never could love 'me aft-
er what hlas h;pil|e'nd. ailld. knowing
this. 1 can't le:atve liiuor alone :and
don't w;int to. In tiy cups I do not
"I feel sor'y f"or you both." said I.
"lia.s the prince married her yet?"
".No. It ha:. I'e,'n postponed. Nex,:
Kidaey and UriMary Paiu.-
culL Too Frequent, Bloody or Milky Urine,
:illf unctional diseases of the Heart. Lungs.
Liver and Stomach; also Catarrh, Rupture.
Itheiunatism, Piles, Fistula and all Blood
and Skin Diseases and all Female 1)sease'
treated :aeording to thle latest and W"st
metundsluwown to medical science.
Home Treat dene always suc-
ci-ssfuL Write for free book Just published and
Symptom blank if you eannot calL
d. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
Dr. Hathaway A Oa.,
26 Bryan Streetr vaah, OS*
a "aT'ON TBI PiAPEB w N" WKIfING.
Monday I anm going mack. I am going
il hopes of getting into trouble. I may
never see htir :ain ietperhaps. Tonmor-
row. tlliol-orow\: ViWho knows? Well.
l'nM off to h bl. (;otd nighl.'"
And I was left alone with lnay
thoughts. They wereu't very goodM
-""-*'n.liy'. Tolin i'rrc,- *;.f! I lhounilht.
11( itD'll#i'/ .- c ~tc
ISat n:ta.! stivoekestill tIIIni.~'t st~r
-dt. I hI I I t iiuthlIts 411,I Lxiv own :,!tIII
~tsh'i'ilh~owtheyicl wouldetash. Pooser
II illa is!As I hlook 11:14m-k 1041:1\ '1I nt:1t-vs'l
tha~t xW-' eOuld 11ot seet-V inV '11d. TlIe
mys*ttery f olif hu' s'i'ti$ s imphlI to Its
Whol hat~mve'lived fasast sofit anizinl-a zi lesk
down throuiintghi fhe out- yg ears-.
lars wax`& wild headed mfvmmw." and if
at liberty was not Iileahpzlhle o(it reat-
lug a dfxll-uistnhma.i. It miight kind hint
with :all Inkhos in' (C :td*:0vt Dii4.'. W:i
not ot'dirigrly renckless?1. Yet. itfith-miet
the pI'ltf IuMe. Shet' would find a1 v :t u
tool itl, 4411 for' her Slighttesti :t'c.
Whattm-','hapimnitd 1the' brim wI.uld
fall npio4 hin. My opinion. t'uraied
from tva ious stories~ I had litard of
to her. I'hein letter antd its pttrsibn Iatiles
The .4eond letter wans fro~A h,'it-!
quartersi in New York:
Deajr %Wibtru,,.-we.wantn agou'
v~ial. 1c aer emsie nigliuw....Ole lriiiu-vss~~i! n"
of Ilohe'm.:Inta Ia a ken.it itato iwr h 4 t .11.0 .1-
appear1; ;a-,e.5. o:,"r :, asI'll Zockee~l n;".
lie w~ilt gi le lee:a pgutI arm.I I ha" j. .:,-:
in tyjp. an(. I (fare ?-ay that it wl ':e
good real:Jcng. Lot.'Jn %evmb p ~arliic;L'rl -.:,
just 114,%, 1:4 ,.. l vu ain ..ailv toreus..U~r %Ur
fairs to, Av- 1sqsi'.aui. 'This W oldantitttlife i.Q rme,
full J~ v55,- t lart, that of lany 4thet .1inean
tile vcjurts-, I Europe. TI tthe!' t i~"til,-tl lis prt
oft it. is L06.rejiutatiomn eis Said tInhe '# tL,. 11.11(
ot her ]i f.,tand -if lite plrilict: u boul .j. -to ye.:
ry. It If4 ill vt1 ctany jpheOt O.ra Ph% do ~
kn)ots v V om dislike it Ii s ort ,i t iit.L. 3I n
mu. in s:o allatrs.. ~~ (I- tciiiit. b,L ,%lt~l all
~- n" ~f~S h.-et-- pr'e tu-m sp r.; u~ i
we 1 neu tI.~-eillI 1111 WX LeutllMet.l' rDu on
kttoU% uZlsxhilarZ abut iL 17 sh 1 iv' 'cd 0W
a iivo., T;)c- eli tile I inecs."t-11waut fixr the ,tifr_
A11( Svntd A b%- mail. -
~'~~' a s Ilx~i ta':ked ~~theW t iia '.
Avhto 11:1,in -4.1i1vanrhii' inly mv on: t
)hl!. atltoi--(I acn lros (1.1 it 5Ie-I
lvi' sid ttxf~ fo :1 eek Islarlu is. t
thL4 ;~.nt. eU fmii'nv.. innt-.lniiirZbdoiA bis Imit
si. ...:: ~ it- .'it. 11114,, It(. 1:14
actmiiilt;-'O1 uso !.*A _, vreatd OSIi-his :i
in I'l.\ Ti 1: VI. tiv 1 1. whI. h :t.ls iwa ht' ,stae of Illi-
liti i llit e irt't y t:r Ce!" i, y i'e1idt 'tiien e ,i-, i ii.\ ,-:. "I IIi-,. i4' w\ t to l'
in .oldnl in there' h:ip ilened few -'vents i .,, .vf,,ul i: .l- it,,l i ., ii his fin t ri ,
worth c-hrolliihing. Shortly after my o1 sit -s i wites a',.ud ihat -can-
arrival Hlilliars d is~aiipemred. His two it di'.
months' vacation stretched ililnto 12, and ...k ki, I ll iu her?"
I was directed to rema:tin in Lonlldoln.
As I nliew ll!1:l 1Hillars dill not wish to k.. .1
.s I lirs l li lth. oii see. about s monilths
be lod. I tiici:t o1 iniu s. lie ict t :111',, ardit I IMars
e to tm 1 i idt no inq iries. ait io 1 < !i.->\-cired ill regardi!?g llilars
whas o.'!tvwhinw. ii Hie cm niieit. 1t lindl hi4 f:ll from .grace. It was through
whetr ito il tie ktewtt. AI 'le is thet tter agency. Ii llars got badly
':1 a lter. nlahel :tt St. Peters- A, ent of ome ot
sinDI ed., Alin clopemtteit of some sort
burg,. r':eintine. :itd at another time betwet i hini and the princess was nip-
I was informed l i his presence at ped ill the hrti. lie wa. ord eed ,,
Monte (arlo. In neither letter was ev tad i tonntre bud. He warned nered to
there any mention of her seretie high- ,tititthepeil(f his liber.y. A d-
nless the Princess lliide-garde of Ho- r'eturn it the pr'l of his librt y. A tde-
ess tie 'ildograle of lb'scriliti it of hAil is with every [pst on
Aienphlali. Since the nightly he rt'count- the fr' tier. As for the prices. she
ed the adventure the wayward prin- is teresting character. She was
cess. had never become the topic of edu .t l ii this country ald Franc-.
conversation. I grew hopeful enough Slit :ik.s sver.tl ltung tit ,s. She is
to believe tlat he had forgotten her. headst oiLg a :li willful, arid her royal
Occasionally I received a long letter ,u i i1 is in ly Ioa lnxous to se-' hI e
from Phyllis. 1 always proniptly an- ttl s She s-
Now is the time when croup and lung qIera:i.s in mien's clothes when it
troubles prove rapidly fatal. The only ple', he r. she cant ride a hl.rse like a
harmless remedy that produces imme- trtool she t'i fenes at1 siioot. sli heias
diate results is One Minute Cough Cure. fou- el.tit
It is very pleasant to take and can be re- ught twe iu'ls. a*t 'Im aloni
lied upon to quickly cure coughs, colds know% wh:it she, has ntt done to dis-
and all lung diseases. It will prevent turb t'e iraliinuillity of lie our't. ['er
crmoumption. All d'alers. a miianiishe' loved she' would hi' :I mi::-rr'.
sweret it. io any one but me her le-t -'or'1rail. I saw her toilet; in iaris
ters would have proved interesln (-- -tinud Ia.
reading. It was not for what sheti d d
wrote that I cared, it was thle nIre
fact that slie wrote. A li1 catinnot Whon the stomach is tired out it must
find much pleasure in litters which have a rest, but we can't live without
begin with "'l.:-i friend" :tI c'(isl food. Kodol DyspPpsia Cure **digests
w'ith "" .-s sit-tr...l" wt,.n t, what on eat" so that you can eat all
it. Il itthe g food you want wile it is re-
come it froill the nlin :t li ttove'.storin the digestive organs to health.
In lit, prevedii. :iniii I coplehl It is t e only preparation that digests
my list novel. I c irried it a -roinil to all ki s of food. Alldealers.
publishers till I girt'rew i hln t i as one -
did place it it was with a publisher A. NOW LIN.
who had just started in business anid _--
was ttI~-et-.~srily ob.eure. I IJ owed 1)o-
litely to my dreams of literary fame
and became wholly absorbed in my
journalistic work. When the book came
out, I could not but admire the excel-
lence of the bookmaking. but as I look-
ed through the reviews and found no
mention save in "books received" I
threw the book aside and vowed that
It should be my last. The publisher
wrote me that he was surprised that
the book had not caught on, as he con-
sidered the story unusually clever.
"Merit is one thing," he said, "but luck
is another." I have found this to be
true not only in literature, but in all
walks of life where fame and money
are the goals. Phyllis wrote me that
she thought the book "just splendid,"
but I took her praise with a grain of
salt, it being likely that she was par-
tial to the author and that the real
worth of the book was little In com-
parison with the fact that it was I who
One morning in early June I found
three letters on my desk. The first
was from IHillars. lie was in Vienna:
My DI-ar Son-There is another rumpus. The
princess disappeared on the 20th of last month.
They uri hunting ligh and low for her and inc:i-
dentally for me. Why me is mor, than I can un-
destand, but I revei,, d a letter from Rockwell
of the American legation warning me that if I
remained in Austria 1 should be apprehended put
in jail. hanged and quartered for no other reason
n eurth than that they suspect my having some-
thing to do with her disaplwaiance-lue,. I sup
pose, to that other misei ablt affair. Though I
have hunted all over the continent. I have never
seen thI 'incess Hlllde.arde .,ji-e that night at
B. Where thalul I find Ier? I havie't the least
idea. but as a last throw I ar. goina;. to the prin-
cipality of Hobhenphalia, whl.r-r.e she a. born and
over which she rules with itinitii wisdom. The
king is determined that she huail wed Princ
Ernst. He would take away her principality but
for the fact that there would Ix a wholesale dis-
turbance to follow any ilch act. If I ever meet
that watchdog of hers. t incount ven Walden.
the duffer who ga et iwee ,.,n once. there will bhe
.tr.niih T tta'wrld s i>l'( in-rr. toll'vhl for two
I iin -0
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A Family Nedielne
A fsailj medicine chest fcrt cents
In pretty litti" enameled Mgal box
you have the means of keeng the
whole family healthy, from baby togood
old grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
get a bLx of Cascarets Candy 'Athartic
for ten cents, and see that y always
have them in the house. C glic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, mples, ;leepB-
nees. worms and nearly every tAehr ail-
ment are cured by some fornA of con-
stipation and in that litle borou have
a perfect remedy always at ha1. Save
your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
ness by the useof the sweet, dainty little
pieces of candy that make you well and
keep you well. We recommend Casca-
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An up.l1tod:lt' stock. 'ri(c' right'.
est Sdla Water ini th'e Cy. All
the New and Latcst il r inks. .
I)otn't be (ulit sof ihll.e pushl. llt c4i.nie
iand tirade at tiour .stlu.
Williams, "THE DRUjGGi."
In Old Post Qflice.
A Weonaefil DiMcowve
The "ast quarter of a centum records
many wonderful discoveries in ieicine,
but none that have aecomplimiB more for
humanity than that sterling old ousehold
remedy, Browns' Iron Bitters. seems to
contain the very elements of .i health,
and neither man, woman or chli ca take
it without deriving the greater benefit.
Brown' Iron Bitters is sold by dealers.
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ablished in Chicago over twenty years.
nlary chartered under act of Illinois
latare. Capital (fully pahld) 100.000.
oldest, largest. most reliable and suc-
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Double and Single#'eams,
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5atisfactio Intend ed
W. C. 'JLLY.
Everybody Says So.
Pres orin Ti onn
THR WIMMKLY TALLABAM-f4Rpf;:1 5DUAY%.' ..DBCF-hftl?,JI6 19Wo.
session on Ftriday morning pursuant Ju gment reversed and cause re- The next morning the captain of EDWIN L. GREEN,
to alouirnint- over Thanksgiving ded for further proceedings con- the St. Lewis Fort, with twenty- South Carolina College.
ay. s were for able to law. Opinion per cu- three men and four hundred Indians, The Capitol Buildin
Three murder trials wereset fornexhea.i.l. yl o.
nex hek acu Bran -n Fred. T. Myers, for plaintiff came to tight us, whichwe did; beat Some of the opponents of Talla
SM ay avid Branttor a s a in rror, no appearance for defend- him; took him and eight of his men hassee in the recent primary appear
S nd e R chardon for Wed an minerror. prisoners; and, as the Indians, which to be very much afraid that that
y, d a ave rn o -ed A. Carmichael & Son, plaintiffs say it, told us, killed five or six city's representatives will besiege the
Te r jury returned four in error, vs. Poughkeepsie Glass whites. We have a particular ac- Legislature for an extravagant appro-
She .. ry returned four in- rks, defendant in error.-Maon count from our Indians of one hun- riation forth e build n" of the
) >trpri atiomfr the hraumuld 01 meyt-e
i pel e wr drawn for nty. Judgment affirmed, order dred and sixty-eight Indian men Capitol. They should wait and see
juro special veneswet next pe curiam. Albert Wright and J. killed and taken in the fight; but the fro whom ils
jurors in murder trials set for next from whom will come any proposi-
SHHill. for plaintiffs inerror;no ap-Apalatchias Indians say they lost tion of that kind. Th Lesburg
(this) week,hand a petitjury was also ce for defendant in error. two hundred, which we have reason Commercial was opposed to Talla-
rte second week of ouny of Duval, plaintiff in error, to believe to be the least. Captain hsssee, but in a re se it said:
term as follows: W. D. Atkinson, vs Albion W. Knight, defendant in John Bellinger, fighting bravely at "Tallahassee should be permitted
P. Chambers, W. E. Bradley, J. e r.--Duval county. Judgment the head of our men, was killed at enjoy her victory in peace.
. Drake W. A. Register, R. L. re ersed and cause remanded, with my foot. Captain Fox dyed of a Furthermore, every member of the
Smith, A. M. Parker, H. Avertt, di sections to enter an order sustain- wound given him at the first storm_ next Legislature who is a loyal
W.U Geddie, L. V. Dennard, B. S. eeLgi
Alle and Robt B. Gorman. The min the demurrer to the declaration, ing of the fort. Two days after, I Democrat will vote an appropriation
Alen i o. r a for further proceedings as au- sent to the cassique of Ibitachka, who, tobuild a newCapitol at Tallaha
court then proceed to cear t ^ rized by law. .Opinion by Mr. with one hundred and thirty men, e s e n r r
docket Tt. see or to so enlarge and repair anld
d.ocket.. ,... J titce Mabry. Bisbee & Rinehart Was in his strong and well made modeni the- -t I a
The following is a list of causes. i ] ] A i., | A A "-- ... ^ ] -.L moernize the present uning as ,,,
The following is a list of causes R. B. Archibald, for plaintiff in fort, to come and make peace with mnker ize the present building as
tried before the court and sentences e or John C. Cooper, for defendant me, the which he did, and comrn ma i t in every respect wha it
pronounced on them oy court, up to in error. pounded for it his church's plate, and should be or the public service an
the time we go to press: a credit to the ?tate. In doing this
the tie we go to press: Feinberg, appellant, vs. H. & G. ten horses laden with provisions the Legislatur..e .ill perform but a
State of Florida vs. Harrison F er et al., appellees.-Orange After this, I marched through five plain duty to the party and the -eo-
King, indicted for rape; verdict not nty. Decree affirmed, order per towns, which had all strong forts, and ppe Pensa ola News
guilty. W. L. Peeler and W. R. defences against small arms. They
State of Florida vs. C. B. Collins, no, for appellant; Beggs & Palmer, ,all submitted and surrendered their Blue J... ree Planter.
indicted for embezzlement, contin- appellees. forts to me without condition. I An old time Arizona w oodbopper
p ". sa thrm Ali. Rr h e11 ln y iInhe J3 lnve planted thou-
ued until next term. rhe Atlantic. Suwannee River and have now min my comnanv all tha .-.
1W. 1 ll l B-Joe m and Jim Robea e n, in- Opinion per curiam. Walker &T T loBamwl ma.'Troubi
< .*'*'*:';^''"^^ breaking std cterig yto oomr- L'Engle, for appellant; Thomas A. ;ap eg y d i p
"'~ .oc i ~By. Sig SBmith plead guilty, Ldwith, for appellee. -.A
to ten years m State prion Hull & Peeples,pl antiffs mrrrsa wtooa"" h
a.*o e eaet. rD. costs and $10 attorney fees, ver- vs. N. W.. Hackett, defendant in and bt ie ir common twetyh4our wouih
Jom c. o. Tom r mnmd Padie as, to other defendants, not error.-Bradford county. Judgment *. at or set-
---.... gilty. They were remanded into affirmed, order per curiam. Thomas taindiates anm
A w ppR. thecustody of the Sheriff,as they E. Bugg, for plaintiffs in error, W.- 7he
The Tallahaee e le are n w wanted in another court. B. Young, for defendant in 'error. neys; if it sains
T allahae. people are now eof Florida vs. Joe Jackson, W. B. Bonacker et aL, County your lnen it is
endeavoring to get the capitol build- in for malicious mischief; ver- Commissioners of Polk county, I evidence of kid-
ing remodeled at an expense that will di not guilty, plaintiffs in error, vs. The State of \/ey trouble too
be terrific to those who voted for of Florida v. Willie Bell, in- Florida ex rel. Samuel P. McFarlane, pass it or pain in
the hill city simply to keep the tax di breaking and entering with defendant in error.-Polk county. '-- _*.* the back is also
a f a t c T in t to commitlarceny. The court Judgment reversed. Opinion by Mr. convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
eople eviderom any extra cost. The in rted the jury to acquit. Justice Carter. Eppes Tucker, Geo. derareoutof tor .too
people evidently see now that the a ate of Florid* vs. David Bryant, P. Raney and John A. Henderson, There is comfort in the knowledge so
capital scheme was a monumental indicted for murder, convicted of for plaintiffs in error, no appearance often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
fraud." slaughter, sentenced to 7 years for defendant in error. Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
--o y .tiff wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
The above from the Tampa Trib- in btate person, and to pay costs, to- Mary A. Simmons, for pntiff n back, kidneys, liver, bladder and very part
une is a u t get er with State Attorney's fees, error, vs. T. Harper Bevill, defend- of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
s as unjus, as it is groundless. $1 ant in error.-Alachua county. Writ to hold water and scalding pain in passing
No such attempt is being made by the te of Florida vs. David Brant, of error dismissed, opinion per co- it, or bad effects following use of liquor.
'Tallahassee people, and we challenge inmd ed for murder, nolle pressed. riam. Thomas F. King, for plaintiff winety or beer, and overcoi thaouno pleasant
Bro. Stovall to 'show proof to that of Florida vs. Dave Rich- in errop no? appearance for defend- during the day, and to get up many times
-effet. Ut-l "h p r o i ardton, indicted for murder, the de- ant in err'r... during the night. The mild and the extra-
effect. Until such proof is forth- fen t plead guilty to murder in Mr. Christopher M eson, of ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon
coming we charge that he is guilty nd degree; sentenced to life im- Gainesville, was admitted to prac- l ures the highest its on-
of misrepresentation that requires a prpnment. (This defendant shot tice. If you need a medicine you should have the
correction. If he has what he con- on Gray last summer.): ,* best. Sold by druggists in 50.and$1. sizes.f
idersroof, we charge that it is ate of Florida vs. Anderson Ca- DePs tion of Apalache. You may have a sample bottleof this
frudulent, nd justice dema ndsrge that son indicted for assault with intent to In Carroll's Historical Collections a Pnd diaovery ta ,--
mu er, verdict guilty, ; fined $100 of South Carolina is to be fovid an moreaboutit,both sent
Such frands be exposed. Trotm an costs, together with $5, State account of Colonel Moore's expedi- absolutely free by mail.
,'ut, Bro. Stovall At rey's fee. tion against Apalache, the country address Dr. Kilmer & Ramat- a .
--B..r .ol ...o "-tAte of Florida vs. Ella Gibson, between the Suwannee and the o.. .. N..Y. .Srin
A suggestion was thrown out a ind fr aggravated assault, ver- Apalachicola rivers. In 1702 Colo- .. ........o t er.
few days ago by a writer whose di guilty; fined $50 and costs and nel Moore, then Governor of South this being the address of the corn-
name has slipped us, that, if followed $5 ate Attorney's fees. Carolina, had failed miserably in an mons to your honour to order it so.
to its logical conclusion, would make te of Florida vs. Bacchus Bry- expedition against St. Augustine, This will make my men's part of the
this country one of the grandest on an indicted for assault with intent and the present expedition was un- plunder (which other wise might
earth. It was to the effect that war to commit murder, verdict not dertaken to repair the loss occa- have been 100 pound mark to a
earth. It was to the etgect that war uV. sioned by that failure. The narra- man) but small. But I hope with
expenses should be stopped and our te of Florida vs. Joe Donald- tive is entitled, "An account of what your honour's assistance to find a
energies and substances devoted to so breaking and entering, convicted the army did under the command of way to gratify them for their loss of
-The development of our own coun- las week; sentenced 5 years in State Col. Moore, in his expedition last blood. I never see or hear of a
try. Think what the result would prion and to pay costs and $10, winter, against the Spaniards and stouter or braver thing done, than
Stte Attorney's fees. Spanish Indians, in a letter, from the the storming of the fort. It hath
be in a few ears if the one millionte of Florida vs. Rosa Bell said Col. Moore to the Governor of I regained the reputation we seemed
dollars a day now spent to carry on a Jekins, aggravated assault, con- Carolina, printed in the Bston to have lost under the conduct of
useless conflict in the/Philippines vie last week; sentenced 12 News, May 1, 1704." Robert M.1acken, the Indiains now
were put out upon our highways and months in county jail and costs of To the Governor of Carolina: haviu' a mighty value for the
or c t and .10, State Attorney's May it please your honor to ac- whites. Apalachia is now reduced
waterways. nere no feew. b cept of this short narrative of what to so feeble and low a condition, that
imutterings from the people, either, tate of Florida vs. Henry Arnold, 1, with the army under my coin- it can neither support St. Augustine
at having to pay the tax. Beside this, br king and entering, convicted last mand, have been doing since my de-. with provisions, nor distrust, endamn-
it would he a solution of the idle labor we k; sentenced one year in State parture from the Ocsomulgee, on age ~- frighten us: our Indians living
problem. pri on and costs arid *1. State At- the 19th of December. between the Ap;ialatchii and the
tor ey.s fees. On the 14th of December we came i French. In tl-hort, ws have made
Tampa has just emerged from n he grand jury did not find a true to a town, and a strong and almost Carolina as safe as the conquest ofi
another big strike of lalborers, :an is bil agnahst the following parties: irregular fort., about sun rising called Apalatchia can make it.
to be congratulated upon its termi- lice Mitchell, charged with for- Ayaville. At our first approach the If I had not so in-my men wounded
.e -. Indians in it fired-and shot arrows at in our first attempt, I had assaulted
nation. Just what. caused the strike nh White, chargeil with violat- us briskly; from which we sheltered St. Lewis fort, in which is about 28
has been a question that many pco- in contract. ourselves under the side of a great or 30 men, and 20 of these cane
pie outisie Tranmpa have been asking uLnie English. eharired with mud-walled house, till we could take hither from Pensacola to buy provits-
themselves, with no probability of) br- king and entering. a view of the fort, and consider of ions the first night after I took the
ltion. Strike as r, are ill Gainor, charged with obtain- the best way of assaulting it; which first fort.
;olution. Strikes, eas a rule, are O S b -h 2 s .
fool..h h bti e t in goods under false pretense. we concluded to be, by breaking the On Babbath, the 2.d instant, I
foolish things, but this seem to have 'he court is still in session. church door, which made a part of came out of Apalatchia settle, and
been ahead of the average in that re- our report last week the name of the fort, with axes. I no sooner am now about 30 miles on my way
spect. i 4t. Gray appeared as secretary of proposed this, but my- men readily home; but do not expect to reach i
thelgrand jury. It should have been undertook it: .ran up to it briskly, before the middle of March, not-
iditor Mcleath is opposed to 1 V (F. Gray. (the enemy at the same time shoot- .withstanding my horses will not be
compulsory education. No one ac-. I ing at them) were beaten off with- able to carry me to the Cheeraque's
<|uainted with him will be surprised lie| ooled the uirgeons. out effecting it, and fourteen white mountains. I have had a tedious
at that. That compulsory education id r toldRemk Hamiln of men wounded. Two hours after duty, and uneasy journey; and though
inds favor with the reset State mo t ,s from Reca Fistula, he would that, we thought fit to attempt the I have no reason to fear any harm
i i i die niess a costly operation was per- burning of the church, which from the enemy, through the diffter-
Superintendent is sufficient reason for ed; but he cured himself with five we did. three or four ence between the whites, and be-
for its being opposed by the Expon- O of Bucklen's Arnica Salv e, the Indians assisting uts. The tween Indians and Indians, bad way
ent. Sal e in the World. 25 cents a box. Indians obstinately defending and false alarms, I do labour under
governor's .uards are wt So by all druggists. themselves, killed us two men, viz., hourly uneasiness. The number of
The Governor's uards ar with- Francis Plowden and Thomas Dale. free Apalatchia Indians that are now
out a captain. They have centered P cdings of the Supreme Court. After we were in their fort, a fryar, under my protection, and bound with
upon lion. W. A. Rawls as the best herod S. Keen, appellant, vs. the only white in it, came forth and me to Carolina, are 1300, and 100
man for that place. Whether he Jo n V. Brown, appellee.-Gadsden begged mercy. In this, we took slaves. The Indians under my com-
.will accept has ot been tated ut co ty. Decree affirmed, order per about twentv-six men alive, and fifty- mand killed and took prisoners in
ll. a... cu am. A. A. Henry, for appellant; eight women and children. The In. the plantations, whilst we stormed
they hope ie will. B. Palmer, for appellee. dians took about as many more of the forts, as many Indians as we and
Circuit Co rt. T. Stubbs, plaintiff in error, vs. each sort. The fryar told us we they took and killed in the fort.
S Ci-rcuit Court Fr nklin County Lumber Company, killed in the two storms of the fort Dated in the woods 50 miles north
he Circuit Court convened in de ndant in error.- Franklin county, twenty-five men. and east of Apalatchia.
Wa ker's Dead Shot Colic UGLre
FOR MULES AND HORSES.
Billiousn ss, Constipation, ILartbuirn, Irigustion, Ieliw., :i n 4 ll'
Ailments resulting from a Disordered Liver, such as Loss O
appetite, Despondency, Blues, vWeakness, Tired Feel imz
and Inactivity of the Mind.
It simulates and purifies the Blood.
Japanese Eye Water
Cures S or Inflamed Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, and is soothingkan
strengthening to Weak Eyes.
Sold on a Guaraptee---No Cure, No Pg.
ever pains the eye to use it, but is guaranteed to cure
)n1! eyesquicker than any other remedy ever uwo.
To orse Owuers and Stock Dealerl.
If you n :nule.s or hots-., you should byh all means keep at reldy
*o DleB Tr**014 T. 5. f. Railta -t
It tIs-on rd that a swarm of beer Wl n ueeinuner a Ba Cr
as weapo of war were used not once, days datuayas etah
but twice and with the best poilble Schedle eectiveDec. 1. 1900
effect. Readdown. "
When miseyra. in Pontus. was 8. d0 I .
besieged Lucullus. the Romans *-m- 9:15. m.I Ar.'.Talah .
played built mounds and made Bell Air Crosig) P.
huge min beneath the city.. While 'Ticket' will be for sale at Dr.
they we creating the mines the peo- t Thomas 1ty, and at the
pie of miaeyra dog down Through For infonrmatiom as to freight or
the earth the mines and then cast in or t aien, or Capt. *
upon the Roman workers bears and Hack will meet train at Bell Air
other wit animals, together with a returning leave Tailahasee in tine
swarm of fo. rTh omasCit yn.aI
History repeated itself in England a i
when the anes and Norwegian made
their a k upon Chester. about ten
centuries since. The town was held EUI l 6iVen- Fr
by the 8 ons and some Gallic allies. GN ch person ejut
who tried nes and boiling water up-. bcribing toe
on the legers without effect As a Fid. Subcnibt
last reso they collected all the bee- P dedi R5e p
hives and them into the enemy's is. daettlyeatne
camp ben ath the city wall. A 1 7 "FIELD FW..
This b the effect of making things FEj AFO (lU n 8w
"hum." to speak, and it is recorded [ etifiate ofti5
The :Zkv, fund. Book &a
that the enemy were so badly stung O ifn et m
that they uld move neither arms nor The book of most representaL ;
le. the century and is readyenwrdl
mand-omely But for the noble 4'
llu.trated tion of the wod,'.
by32of the artlst- this -
The t popular maladies, throat. worlds have been maluf
nasal a bronchial catarrh, are quite greatest ar- le- than 87.00
know n Spitzbergen. vided equally between the fam a
Sdnugene aiel and the Fund for t.
Big Land ak ofa monument to the menmry Of
loved ones of childhood Addrem
The rgia and Florida Invest- Eugene Field lm t S
ment Co pany's lands were sold at (AsatBook moroe St. I
auction onday. They were bid off, fyoualsowih to sendpostagc,.en
in a lum by John W. Chrk, of New Mention this Pver as a4,l .-l
In Circuit Court. Second Judicial Cir- il
cuit of Florida. in iand for Leon M I l IER V
county. n chancery. -- "
Robert H. M kler vs. Bessi-e L. Smithi. in her F O
own right and L D. Smith. her husband. i j1 FOR
right ofhi wife and in his own right-Fore.
closure of mortgage.
On consi( ring the affidavit of Robert H.
Mickler. ro pliainant herein, duly sworn to by Gallu d I
said compla .ant, on this 6th day of December l ..ss aB9--
A. D. 190. aid duly filed at and said time with ,
the Bill of plaint in above cause which in' -.. .. "
filed on sai Decemler Oth. A D 1900, in
which affid it said afliant state- under oath hi ,
belief that, t residence of said defendant Bessie M Q A l _A, ,
L. Smith is tianta. Georgia, and that the r-si. M1s- Ade eGe
dene oIf ai defendant L. D. Smith iln (iaines.
Sille. (; or..: and that th'rc is no lz-non in
thtis Ztatp t e.1 ervi-e of a -biena upon who a i I;,s iio. f e ;I s.-. -t ;4s.,rrUnt .
would bind id namnted defeudants: aud further MlirLi ,-1 l ""
states his~te f that said defendant. are each ilin.r and "n-y f -I.. .,
over twenty ie y
said named fendants do each appear tosaid I thfant C';:ip. in v;ari.tv, l
Bill on the t lz Monday 1 oJanuary, the' seventh A
ldavy thereof. A. If. ifl): and thait this order he' "
publish ed (f a week for four consecutive t.lkrhifc, 1 r- i.Ttsttr
weeks in tli Weekly allh?-aeean. a ncw-p. t
peir plblih in ttin- city of Tallahasd cc. I \\,Ai x1.S I (. .
mountv. o crda. ".. .... l .... .io Q>lwr ni;t-ri;aii fe
cowatV. Flto 4(t.
I ber m 1) 1 M..
!a-l.) ,rl NI- T r BR YAN. -
i 'Ithrlk of ;irai' t 'oia t. I..'<..i i u' ntvt l-'orll;i a
S rATFT O F IRM.A. r( ll
I. Council Bryan. Clerk of '! ir.to -it i urt V
in and fort' co"ntyatot""ial, do her'el-veerlifv Ort.--r- m.x ic n.1-7tlv ;4y i .xrhnl
that the a e and fonr..n ika t crue ,,d correct ,fille .
copy of the original of reionrd and on lie in my i led.
,Witnt-sa antiad ;n nd offieia1l -aii tlii- i.tix ------ I
41V lof rk[we T hr. A D. I MI. k. A
-- Ii,,, rA.i s s. TALLAhASSEE, FLORIDA
A WONDERFUL .U
H usehold Medicine.
C s Neuralgic, Kheumitnic, Nervous or Spaismo lic Pains, "
T thache, Headache, B:ickiche, Spr ni,. lrui
nes, Cramp Colic. Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Sting. of rInsect, A
S ellings of all Kinds, Stiff Neck, Soreness, Sore Thro:it, %
Si .k Stomach or Sea Sickness. In casess of Ba'l Coughs. A
C ids or Pnemonia, it affords
TO 0ure, No Pa..
if .t, *
lal ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Dt- lowL ~&~~AU~:?U8A!,Io1X ,10.
Dr Wp3 Lei Dems t*I1or-0 N c i Ti y. Dre 1(s koroti of .s0 pon ges flu T he R ok
amsWee #l-ThBam J.Prkins leffto1 Thure. Comi Colwieniooner L M. RBoberts ever brought to TallahW aee, U LV A
a .rakL was ie city on Tuesday. Schrader's. AT Are here, and we have
S city Dr. B. Maynard, of Uoyd, spent Mr. T. H. Hall went down to Panacea Anvthin. you want in oar line instore for you some
1ThagisevDin tat1the Caphital. p yesterday on business. owet cash price-People's Groey. prs in .
grt. L.amb hIes epet ek Dr. J. N. Rhoden. of Live Oak, visited Mr Thomas Crichlow and chlldren of Alwas t he ffront, with t
aTaa a few days ago. Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs. John G. styleiDoo Always ppt .8 COOds.
oe do Tams. AlCold. ugh or I& grippe can be = data with the latest t Novelties. No
," bas: oved .M m aSthe d withra dose or two Mrs. I. M. Dosier and MissMarieft weft good s -wn you foThe Tra th1is5- v
J. L .n _hThoTallahasseehiguriht
anad i. 87 `8 the lys Hoey and Tar. Beware of this week to make their home in Jack- l ertJ hin br's t an u
festivities at J vie.substitutes.Vatght & Bro. .sDviery Go-Pl
Wee f i. sbs tes.. ht&BeAsk for Tradi Stamps, he rive Fine Silk Umbrellas for Ladies and Woodl Woodl WoodIll
M. A. Si-mW. I, Medicine Private R. T. Radford, of the Ja r Ho. B. C. Chairs came up from Gentlemen. Sold by H. vri, tyerro .
tall the By Blueshas trasferredto hethis week on a short business Gentl cor
expelsthnU ybytheumbiaLeightInantryatLkeCity. visit, Cos mlSa Walking Canes, by td or cord In ay a sis
lanes. Miss Edna Evaas spent Gala Week The Best Salve a tihe World at H Military Hair Brushes in pairs and sets. a a stable prie. Orders
SSimpkins ad J J. Berk- with Jacksonville riendsis Banner Salve. It is made from a pre. Sweterl -esy.
of Jackonvitle ted the Capi h __ r reon c an smrion by a widely known spe- et ia Neck Wear in all styles ,
week.for a and ow onwhievy is th m healing Canned Tripe, at Peopls Go Fine Hosiery, Come and see fr yourself if Taylor
for November was one white and twenty salve for PC bmna, scalds, ulcers. run- Chas. F. Cogswell, proprietor,
May Raney,of A ol, is colored couples. ngres and all kin diseases. Thereprop r. hos in all grades plae to by yor l
g her brother, Judge P. Mr. Jno. B. Hopkins came up from is nothing so good. Wight & Bro. A lovely assort nent of fancy man articles suitable for hdse n P eM for buildng8l yr
St. Marks on Monday on a visit to clocks, for the holiday season at Swee 41w.
W.O. Hill, of the lle, Tal. friends and relatives in this city. W ood I .g's. r o
fro a vo ,auuar The most -ffective little liver pills For ale by Gilmore & Davis Co. M, TJ. headqaaer.,for Holiday Season. ,|li TiilIIir Il P
from Nort made are DeWitWs Little Early Risers. FULL CORD ger Sewing Machine supp hie les
3. Clark, or F and They never gripe.UlOdeales. mved to *s Gerard's s"0. Call
B.Clark. of F a They never gripe Adealers. Guaranteed and delivered in city at .50 sendthere what you wan A k Cleaning and Repairing
MI l sttle boylor Mr. Perry M. Colson. of Gainesville per cord. Sold in 8 foot lengths only. NeW Ock.... -
t s, W. w,. Tayl7 -.was at the Capital Saturday on baud No deliveries made where wood has to We have just received a new line
Sfeel Dull, Ln Broken ness. be carried into yards. Terms cash, or solid gold and plated jewelry of all Of Pipes, an assortment Canital Tailrino PC
Debltated, have Stomach on due preeentaioa of accout. 89 eriptions.Cali-and inspect my
etion use Dbver.K. Sm omn Mr. B. M. Burroughs, of Jacksonville, on due pre-eaio8w of acc. fount. 8cnptionl. and my from 5c to $10, new designs. W I o,
eionuse Dr. monsuperintendent of bridges for the Sea- o at Shirts Pants, FEELAND Prp.,
bMedicine. board Air Line, was here last Saturday. and all other at st, Some of the latest Novelties in R THE TALLAHA ?SEE OUO CO. Next to Exprem oce
A. T. Swartand dren of DeWitt's Little EarlyRiseare dainty at B haran House Jwelry at Sweeting's. Go and
lle, were here d the a week little pills. but they never fadl to cleanse Don't send off for anything. Go and Potomac Roe Herring, at adolph A
way home from north, the liver, removes obstructions and in- see Sweeting. He's got it. A nt oly the Herring, co.' a Rdp
.vile igors tehe system. All dealers. Ac.ceH'-- .-pt only the G
.B. M. Burroughsof J i Come to see, drop a card or telephone Call up Phone No. 87. when you want n
visited friends here week, Hon. Wmin. B. Sheppard, collector of J. A. Holloway, at St. James, about Tain Sta pS. We anything in the building line.
reurned home. customs for the port of Apalachicola, your Christmas Piano. Easy terms, 41t. TAYLOR & CmUL. f- 2 n
a t G0. he_ hm was h re last week. en route home from 41;tr 41O 1 2ttV # & F1 f S
s. Mattie G. Shepard home Jacksonvile'. Gala Week's festivities. e Look at Ball, Demilly & C,.'s. Blank-
SNew York and o northern .. .Loast. The finestdisp'y of cut las that tU and Comforts before buying else- i O Sg
on Tuesday. Our old friend. Mr. Max Flatauer, left Will the parties who borrowed our everbeeninTallahassee,s atSweetin. where. e 41-2t a
r A ... Shn who w toJk. lt .week for New York City for the block and tackle, please return at once. ---- -
hr.R.e Gala eek festev- purpose. Dame Rumor eays, of taking GILMOBE & DAVIs Co. W Home" Ball Bearl arete waves sayg:G '
vaile to attend 1ex-a.. unrv to himself a better half. "New Home" Ball .aSv trade Wat e thcleailt up s-ai kt--oaery .. .
Returned home Wedn y ua. Manioca, Tapioca. Sago, Barley, at SeOWing Machines, at taore in town-T. B. Byrd. Our special-
S X A "imons Liv Medicine Mr. L. E Chair e. of the firm of Randolph & Co.'s. more t Davis Co. i everything good to eat. A-k for
since. M.1840 sedily ri n blicfa- Chaire & Howard, Woodville. was in reading Stamps. 38 4U p c
a since 1840teadily iea pexcem s the city Tuesday and made us a pleasant Don't be put off with old style goods. A fresh lot of elegant crisp crack ~. .
and the demand for c dl. Buy the up-to-date Ulra shoe for ladies, all vaneties. packages and bulk, j i Al goods to be closed ut
of any other Liver MKed ine. and ask to see Hawe's celebrated $3.00 at T. R Byrd's. at cOOst at Boxhorn's Ba-r
ra Nelson Tayr.of Spirits Mr. Louis M. Peck, of Jacksonville, hats-to be seen only at Mr. D. B. Me- a 0"tn Houso. H as M s
ir.and Mrre sonaTuiy. oDeci was in the city on Sunday. Mr. Peck is ginnisa, Jr. Ask for Trading Stamps. If you want anything in deCut G. g "ao o i
fe, Iowa, arrived Sats of Laser, antill with the 8. A. L. He has charge 38 4t Sweeting's is the place. An elegant line of prices, all s- 0
1st, and are guests of 4ts L tof the night train recently put on be. styles and prices at ht ro S
at place. tween hete and Jacksonville. i Tomato RItelish in one pint bottles. It LosT-Ladies Brown Cape an a adprices, at Wg Bro. 0
r~ Eiabe- Ttm ". visiting her l- -- is fine. Trya bottle. Peoples Grocery, Child'm Blue Dock Sack, between rs J F. Hill, eti ivtsyu- C. 4
rs Crzabe Tatumia tin ikr The person who disturbed the cougre- Chas. F. Cvgswell. proprietor. J. B. Collins and Capital. Finder ill attention to his stoc in as oe
ville. r vsit wn quested to call on Wight & Bro. and get Mi Bla g Sanit im w a ll be found fresh, new and tp
ral weeks. a bottle of Folev's Honey and Tar. It Thermometers at Schrader's. date
ers. Go. P. PRaney...bandtJames always gives relief. Wighta&Bro. t xe dyear rh t Leon HotelsFoey a All kinds for all purposes at New Currants, Citrons, Raisins.
S. Houstoun on their re rn from the Miss Francis Ellis, of Nashville. ar- ticulars apply to Schrader's. .unes. Dates and Figs, at Randolph &
rp hunt in the Pmhoo section last rived yesterday and is again at the home MIss SALLIE E. BLAKE, Prop'r. r
k brought in four deer danumber of Mr and Mrs. T H. Hall. Sheia 31-6m Tallahassee, Fla. A full line of up (o-date mag es.
turkeys. noted singer and Tallabasseeans will Ie ---- books and stationery, at Hill's k DTo Daw.-A rich lady, cured o
rs. Annie Eps ,arle Ga. write: pleased to learn of her return this sea-, Remember Sweeting has everything Store. Ask for TrgSamp. oon Ad N a HeaD
yMs n A. Si mons Liver s m. necpss.ry for the holiday trade. r by-Noaon s Artifcial Ear Drum
Sve used Dr. M. A. Si mons Liver m esry Fresh Apple Cider, at People's ro :ave $1J,000 to his Institute, so that deaf
icine 15 years. It i meof pStoin- The business men will not have to go Fresh Pork Sausage. at People's Gro. cery, Chas. F. Cogswell. proprietor. ople unable to procure the Ear Drum a
and Liver i roubles ca by Torpid home for dinner Friday. but need only cery, Chas. F. Coiswell, proprietor. O W Ba t ai .Pay have them free. Address No. 1174, Ne w
oer. Would not give or package of to step in at the Ladies Aid Bazar. Oats, Wheat Bran, etc., atP le'.. rhe institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, Ne
for a dozen of either line's or Blucknext door to Echrader's drug store and A full line of Lincirn's Rf-medies can Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswell. propr tor. fork W/(
ht. order a chafing dish of delicious oysters only be obtained at Wight & Bros. Call D .s Currants. red
.Chas. Cay has ren the Citten- prepared. Ladies and Gents. Ask for Trading Peaches d many other good t ns.
py it with hit weter, rs. Hall. this Cold and cough cures are numerous, Stamps. Everybody gets them. 38-4t jseceived at Bill, Demilly & s.
.e is Foley's eHoney and Tar, which is n Candies, Candies, Candies and all SeedOats. Pc in r S ris ol
you need a soot.0 g and heal great demand these days. Wight & nic fresh goods foeChristmas Ra Pr May Seed Oats, a 11
soaep plicatio for any Pir ro. coming every day. at People s Grocery. b P. Y r MaIe DUK P r ritr Oats,
use theWoriginalitch T t D s CusD ga by EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor. .
Salve, a well k wn cure for The Platonic 'Debatig doclety of the For Coughs-Douglas' Cough Evaporated Apples. Peaches. pr
sand 'skin diseases. It heals ore q dares hled th 1 Syrup, at Schrader's. cots, at Randolph & Co.'s Rates, S1.5 per day; 8.03 per w k; 25.00
S A dealers. warefco Thst saloons should be closed by law." Remember that Swe.tng carries the Wanted. to SSD.OO per month, *
tfcits. A~tieaie6The speakers for the affirmative will be finest stock of diamonds .of any one in 1000 cords of wood delivered in als -- -
Mr. Geo. Lewis and his daughter, Miss FlagRwls and Willhm Barker, and the city. 1 cro wores deiveral i alla Speci si rates will be given families or parties.
s, went to Apala icola. where for the negative E. B. Carpenter and E. a --eIe. Highest price ad by on. lack m*ets all trains at Sopchoppy Station oh CarraielfK, Talla-
oned a large pa and last Mon- 3. Bowen. Louisiana Molasses in one quart cans, 41--f .H Av ii'. luassee and Georri; Railroad.
went up the river o camp hunt. Regular passenger train service has at People's Grocer, Chas. F. Cogswell, J. F. Hill's line of Gent's Furn' ings Excursion Rates.
been establlishtd on the Tallahassee proprietor. is the finest in t-wn.and prices th m>h t The above road is now giving the following low round trip rates
t rbeuom, with its b ruin stiangin Southeas'er'a Railroad to Wacissa, with Bg Hominy at Randolph & Coi's aeonable. from Tallahassee: Go4d to return from Saturday until MondAy. $l.3.5;
o 's S Condctr Th as in charge of the bell gominya anop .s. good for ten day, $3.00; good until September. .$ 5.)*.
ryHoods Sarsa a, te g cord. Wrk i beanie rushed on this "New Home" Ball-Bearing Flower Seed and Garden S at All Modem Convenicaces.
c l" t r Tay;lo;;; ^hl^ r* county by Sewin Machmnes, at Cil- The hotel has just been enlarged, new mineral and salt wdter
childd and wife aho hav.h bt. next Februars. more& Davis Co. pools built: hot and cold water in all rooms; baths also girei in hotel:
iting C. T. Ranock and fAmly at r We arc making U "hot fo ent billiard and pool rooms: shuffle bo:id. anI in f.tct all mjolern conve-
r home at Chaires f several days. Many have lost confidence and hope You don't need to be told where to now. Hot C(fee, Cocoa, Clawi niences. Post office in hotel building. Telephone connection with
t last week for th r home near as well as health, because they thought take your watch, as Sweeting is well Boullion, delicious and ine, oral- telegraph otlice. Diuly mails, etc. Cuisine the best.
itman. Ga their kidney disease was incurable. Fo- known to be the expert. n at Wh d. Bro For further information. address
r. L Cox and fa ly. Mrs. Wa. y's Kidney Cure is a positive cure for To r C t t orvr i, J FWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
ey report a very pl t time. cin Th a Friceeds iyb (tforrhevene- Just look in SweePing's wndow asyou Organs, St. ne otel. S uandr
.sstin a very worthy cause,
gue, Bitter Taste i Mouth, Bloated sides asisng a very worthy cause, uler's Candes Anything you my w .nt m tined
ling after eating. onstipation or you will get your moneys worth. A yr Goods by the dozen or case. at coples T Pt t T
ck Headache, use M. A. Simmons lovely assortment of fancy work will be H. V. R. Schrader, sole agent, al-Grocery, Chas. F. Cogswell, pn etor. ) J W 8 *_ LA
lver Medicine. offered for sale. that will be the very ways fresh.
thing for Christmas presents, and as Mince Meat and Plum Pud n-. at TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,
A glove contest is iunced for Fri- usual a menu will be prepared from You have all heard about the Stamp Randolph & Co.'s. N.xt ',,r ti, morer. & Davis Io o. .e,:>.iI( Wi.rht Iro.. !)rug Str.
iy night (tomorrow) the opera house which you can select a delicious supper. craze-the Trading Stamp Collectors in
tween J. W. Dut lightweight Oysters in every style will be served, be- Tallahassee seem to know a good thing. For Fine Stationery J. F. Hi claims
ampion of the Sout and Harry Lin- sides turkey. salads, cakes and ice dream, Ask for them. 38-4t to lead in new. up to date lines. I
a, of Tallahassee. which, together with the bright smiling" ll -
waitresses, will make a supper not to be NunnaUlly's Fine Candies, one- "New Home Ball-B ring
The City surpaed. half, one pound and two ound.Sewing Nachines, Cil-
leorge P. Raney to nt the city # lf, one pound and two P n .
Sthe electric light which will be The Appetite of a (oat Fresh by exprees, at Wight & Bro. more & Davis Co.
filed up in the Unit States Supreme Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whosefor cash at T. J. Rob on
aurt next week at ington. Stomach and Liver are out of order. All New Buckwheat, at People's Grocery, Adams street, corn, oats, ha bran,
So n f tsbuch should know that Dr. King's New Chas. F. Cogswell. proprietor, cooked cow feed, flour in barrel 4I half
Don't use any of t counterfeits of Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and this you l way '
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HUlas hadn't bet
aee In two days, so
m "Is be ill'? I asi
hair to the window
"Illr' The younI
"Do you believe
to come' in this aftf
"It is quite possi
use the word impo
Hillars. It is possi
in St. Petersburg b.
know. You see." w
wave of the hand. *
In his movements.
months he has !e
the table, to use t
roulette player. I
of the work and ta
the bargain. If I
my confidence"- w
tell me all about
roommate at collep
straighten him up
"The truth is, tl
- September. He <
errand, a change
ways drank, but i
extent. On his
was in a bad sh
up, and then he
average of three ti
him bluntly what
he frankly replied
to drink himself t
over, he is gloom;
the first I knew
gone wrong on I
couldn't trap him
man at his age dr
without cause: I
only laughed at i
deal to know wl
from curiosity, in
the disease in or
edy. Dan's father
"No," said I colt
"Oh, I know t]
"but give a condi
wound and he wi
out of ten. The
enervated by dri
strength to fight t
on top of the bul
happened over it
to pence there's :i
curtain. It is so
Hillars is not a
with a barmaid."
I began to respi
"So you believe
"Yes: the windtl
at a time. Tlier
the vane of desti
for glory, ambition
for wealth anid a
Hillars' case. sint
blow from the fir
essarily blow fr
know him better
must certainly kn
a man to drink lx
or wealth refused
"You, are a ve
man," said 1. 1
"Did he get my c.
"No; I thought
der from headqu
myself. I put it
to him, but lie
any heed to what
be going. I am
alum of editorial
papers on the p
cable office in hal
going to wait. 3
and Paris files
*eeyou later." an
It was 5 of th
was choked. He
color of martial
and that the bu
solid and that mb
cd slower, 1 mig
down upon BR
change of place
and London exce
with more rapid
lish cousin, but
romplishes no m
one steps on to
real difference I
It is ndt distingu
Itan city. Sudd
rested upon a f
Hillars, and he
across the street,
by the nervous
at being obstru/
TEWEJ5SLLY 'TAtTATiASOT4FUAN: TBR!DAYI,
down to the of.
e assistant said.
d. as I carried a
man coughed af-
t possible for him
ile. One does not
sible in regard to
le that he may be
this time. for all 1
ith an explanatory
ie's very uncertain
For the last six
playing all over
ie parlance of the
ive had to do most
;e care of him into
nay take you into
tli some hesitancy.
1. "I want you to
lim. He was my
e. Perhaps I can
trouble began last
Ime back from the
? had been on an
man. liillars al-
ver to an alarming
turn. however. he
Hi. It was nearly
got him sobered
ent under on an
es a week. I asked'
e miant by it. alnd
that if le wanted
death that was his
e isn't half seas
and morose. From
Iat something had
e mainland, but I
0or a farthing. No'
ks himself to death
old him so, but he
e. I'd give a good
t the truth is: not
id you. but to find
[*r to apply a' rein-
died of drink."-
ly; "he was shot."
it." was the reply.
oned man the same
recover nine times
Ider Hillars was so
ik that he had no
e fever which came
It hole. Something
re, and it's pounds
woman back of tihe
te one worth while.
nan to fall in love
r:t the youni ngmians1
to lie a woulman'"'
lows from one point
iare four points to
I.--there is ambition
for power, ambition
ibition for love. In
t the wind does not
three, it must nec-
the fourth. You
than I do, so you
w that Hillars is not
-ause glory or power
to visit him."
y discerning young
hereat he laughed.
at it was some or-
rters and opened it
his desk. I spoke
s too drunk to pay
said. Well, I must
getting out a sympo-
from the morning
ibility of a Franco-
It must be at the
an hour. If you are
u'll find the Berlin
the next room. I'll
clock. The Strand
and there I saw the
ttire. Save for this
dings were low and
t of the people walk-
t have been looking
dway for all the
saw. There is not
between New Yofk
t in the matter of lo-
merican gets around
than does his Eng-
the long -run he ac-
re. It is only when
e continent that the
the human races is
as this may seem,
able in a cosmopol-
nly my roving eyes
miller face. It was
was pushing rapidly
Any one would have
him for an American
ride, the impatience
ed. I went into the
pg to give him a little
surprise. I did not have long to wait.
The door to the main office opened.'and
he came in singing a snatch from a
drinking song we used to sing at col-
lege. The rich baritone that bad once
made the old glee club famous was a
bit husky and throaty.
"Dick!" be called. "Hi. flick! Well.
I'm hanged!" Evidently he had dis-
covered my cable.
,"Dick isn't in." said I. crossing the
In a moment our bands were welded
together. and we were gazing into each
"You old reprobate!" I cried. "Not
to have met me at the station even."
"Bless my soul. Jack. this cable was
the first intimation that you were with-
in 3.000 miles of London. But it does
my heart good to see you!" pumping
my hand again. "Come out to dinner
with Im. Now don't begin to talk till
we've had something to eat. I'm al-
most famished. I know all the ques-
tions you want to ask. but not now.
There's a Bohemian joint a block
above that'll do your heart good to see.
We'll -have chops and ale. 7ist like we
'did in the old days. the green and
salad days. I would they were back
again." soberly. "Oh. I've a long story
to tell you. my son. Time enough
when we get to my rooms. But not
a word of it now-not a word. It will
all be forgotten in ten minutes with
you. We'll rake up the old days and
live 'cm over for an hour or so. I'm
glad that I suggested you in my letter.
What did ihe old man say about my
nervous prostration?" with half a
Dyspepsia and General Debility
are cured by P. P. P., Lippman's Great
Remedy, the superior of all sarsaparil-
P. P. P., is the. greatest tonic for the
stomach that was ever known. Indi-
gestion, Bad Dreams, and Biliousness
give way rapidly to the powerful tonic
and blood cleansing properties of P.
A prominent Railroad Superintend-
ent living at Savannah. Ga.. (in wbi h
city he was born) says. he feels better
than be ever did, and he had the worst
case of dyspep-ia on record. He had no
appetite, and the little he ate disagreed
with him causing him to vomit often;
he had pains in the head, breast and
stomach; but after using three bottles of
P. P. P., he felt like a new man. He
says that he feels that he could live for-
ever if he could always get P. P. P.
His name will be given on application
Sold by all druggists.
"*i'e put quotation marks :i-iriund it."
I answered. "I walinted to see you par-
th-iiiluly. They 1ol t lli' h1lat you were
lolling down hill so fast that if soulte
otie lid not pnt a fuleru-i iuder you
you'd be at the botloni illn no time at
all. I'm going to be ihe lever by which
you arti to be rolled upili hill again."
He smiled grimly. "If any one -ould
do that-well. here we are." And we
entered the chophouse and took a ta-
ble in one of the side rooms. "'Woods,"
he said to the waiter. "chops for two.
chipped potatoes, and till up those
steins of mine with ale. That will be
all. I brought those steins from across.
Jack. You'll go crazy over them. for
they are beauties."
A college bred bachelor nine times
out of ten has a mania for collecting
pipes or steins or both. Dan and I
had been affected this way. During
the year I had studied at Heidelberg
I had .gathered together some fifty odd
pipes and steins. I have them yet, and
many a pleasant memory they beget
me. As for the steins of Dan. they
were beyond compare.
"I'll tell you a story about them."
said Dan after he had taken a deep
swallow of the amber ale. "Few men
can boast of steins like these. Not
many months ago there was a party of
men and women, belonging to the capi-
tal of a certain kingdom, who. attended
a dinner. It was one of those times
when exalted personages divest them-
selves of the dignity and pomp of
court and become free and informal.
There were 20 of these steins made.
especially for the occasion. By a cir-
cumstance over which I had no con.
trol I was the only alien at this din-
ner. The steins were souvenirs. Hlow
I came by two was due to the lady
whom I took down to dinner and who
presented hers to me after having--
after having-well, kissed the rim. Dn
you see the crest?" pointing to the ex-
quisite inlaid work.
"Why," I said eagerly, "it is the
"Yes, a noted king," Dan completed,
"and these were made by his express
Command. But never mind," he broke
orff "it's i m .i -q .. .r nf th. fa.t*n
trying to forget. For that's the sub-
stance of it all, to forget. When you
start out to the point of forgetfulness.
you must keep it up; regret comes
back threefold with soberness. It
Indigestive poisons are the bane of the
dyspeptic's life. Wben sick. see if your
sickness is caused' by indigestive poisons.
If so, take Shaker Digestive Cordial
This is tha only certain way of being
permanently cured, because it is the
only way that gets rid of the poisons.
You know that fermented food is poi-
sonous. You know that poison is un-
healthy. Shaker Digestive Cordial
clears the stomach of fermenting food,
and purifies the blood and system of in-
digettive poisons. It cures indigestion
and the diseases that come of it. Head -
ache. dizziness, nausea, stomach-ache,
weakness, flatulence, constipation, loss
of appetite, irritability, etc. These are
a few of the symptoms, caused by indi-
gestive poisons, cured by Shaker Diges-
tive Cordial. i, "--
At druggists, price 10 cents to'$1.00
seems silly and weak for a man who
has been buffeted as I have, who is
supposed to gather wisdom and phi-
losophy as a snowball gathers snow as
it rolls down hill. to try. to drown re-
gret and disappointment in liquor. A
man never knows how weak he is
till he meets the one woman and she
will have none of him."
And somehow I got closer to Hillars
spiritually. There were two of us, so
S1t" pmpm d mat t, 1 ,, a*.... ... __
my rooms. i am always titintig or
it, night and day. day and night. Talk
to me or I'll be drinking again. This
Is the first time I've been sober in a
month. It's drink or -morphine or
something like. Do you ever see any-
thing of the old glee boys?"
"'Once in awhile. You know." said
1, lighting a cigarette, "all the fellows
but you and I had money. Most of
them are carrying on the business of
their paters and ornamenting dinner
parties and cotillons."
"I thought that you had a rich un-
cle," said Dan.
"I did have. but he is -no more." And
I told him all about the bequest.
He laughed so long and heartily over
It that I was glad for his sake that it
had happened. Already I was begin-
ning to look wholly upon the humorous
side of the affair.
"It is almost too good not to be print-
ed," he said. "But his son may square
matters when he dies."
"I do not want matters squared," I
growled. "I can earn a living for a
few'years to.come. I shan't worry."
"By the way. is that Miss Landors
whom you used to rave about in your
letters married yet?"
"No." Miss Landors. was Phyllis
only to her intimate friends. I called
the waiter aind ordered him to replen-
ish my stein. Dall watching lime curi-
ously the while. "No. Miss Landoi-rs is,
not mllarried yet.
"'1 have often wolidered what she
looked lke.' liti mused.
"Wheln do yoil go on youlir lvaetioni"
I asked irrelevanlitly.
"'In a 1 'wet'k or ten days-iumayve to-
morrow. It's at-cording to how long 1
I was sorry that lhe had recalled to
mii the name of I'hyllis. It dauilpenl d
niy socitibility. I was not yet prepared
to take him into illy confideniie. The
ale, however. loosened our tontguets.
and, though we did not talk about our
present affairs. \ve had a pleasant timleo
recounting the dai.ys when we were
young ill tlw <'i.,se th:it w<- hu:tl 1no real
troutille. Tih,.-ie were till titles \vhent
we were n'i'tiing l.'1. :and ,21) thle we-ek;
whentl ouri watclhes were :lway\s in dtur
ilnce vile: w elin we Ii441 to tilie poor
washeri\vwolnlii :l lo t ii i ;llt' nalla y;
when we would always lbe "iro
orrow"' uil "settle ilup" with ,*tir cr-i'd-
"There wais o einnii those dhiays."
laughed 11 illars.
S"True. Do youil remember the day
you staid in bed because it was chelt'lp-
er to sleep th:n work onil an empty
"'And d(to you remember the time I
saved you from jail by giving the sher-
iff my new spring overcoat to pay a
washerwoman's bill of six months'
"I1 huHng ai-ounild Jersey City that
r day." said 1. And then there vwas more
ale, and so onil. It was 1) when at last
"Well. we'll go lack to the office and
;get your ease.' said :an. "Where's
your trunk` "
"At the Victoria."
"All your luggage must te sent to
air rooms. I will not hear of your go
ing elsewlhre for lodging while in
town. .1 have a floor, and you shall
share it. It's a bachelor's ranch from
Sbi:seiieniit to garret. inhabited by art-
ists. journalists, one or two miagazinte
mnenli. a clever novelist and three of our
New York llell. There is uo small fry
save myself. We have little banquets
every Friday night, and they some-
times last till Saturday noon. I've
taught the Frenchman who represents
the Pl'aris Temps how to play poker.
and hlie threatens to become my Frank-
enstein. who will eventually devour
me." Lillars laughed, and it sounded
like the laughter of other days. "Jack,
I think you will do me good. Stay
with me and keep me away from the
bottle if you can. No man drinks for
pure love of liquor. My father never
loved it. i id God knows what he was
S. S. S., the only purel
skin troubles. It goes dire
all the'organs, and thus cle
Subsides. and all signs of tl:
Mrs. l,cf:t M. lioffmin, of C
froi lii:;h. lHer face at times
niidt hainils were verve -4,ra-. She
her re-s-ari-lr's f, er theli. w.as lti
promptly cire-l. :iand hais neve-r I
lel-ieve-,< sie would have lieen in
it will do for others."
Send for our book on Bk
cse; they will cheerfully gil
Thougl.h not so 'rolslI as
saw limit. his form was ye
the ohld days we a:id c<:leh
and IOnit hadl chili !o h
tlje a':imiidirilge tiltw.
"Novu." s.:idl ii \\hwiln \v
1our pipes. "I'l1 tell you -
tt their' tlois. I've got to
one or glo l:ift. :lind I (e
I'm not daft ais it is."
"It is ia w\vomlaii. s.il I
tion, "whoi (:llus
Isi-hen I i:l-T
wlhen I i:1T
him .\1lX lli%4.
i I lon f;ler
hiy :l linifi o-i
*1 it to solml
li't s:iy tl lt
a fitr ri'fte'
tol drinkl. to
lose all ambilllition."
"it is ai wm,;i:ti." I weV i on. lh 'hitg
the amililr ste' i of my piiV l et' ei' tlite
light which hgl:i'uei:)-l o hIt'llen through
the tri'a!.sslparliit ga'll "'- hi l -:11us's a1
11it111 to, pull 111111 ti sft S t.lI prs14 l'-!' fItor'
nlew 'liiii. to l, niv ti,.!n'>\ ,o-llltry
for tilt' i| ."
'It is : \Viiiii\ni i inlide l lie re lie
lie w- is *i zini- ;It i:irw wii' :i newl v inter-
'est. "11' If lle \v\>J llll vl:l ( i<'rpl'e l hillh
he woull not h:v, b en -lit'1."
"No: li' \iihotll inot." saia I.
"Ill eilier ('Iset. yV ilrs ol lmiiii-."
"In eithlie r .is'. 4 1) $1 with your
story. There's iotlhilm n 'lre tI,, :dhl to
Sonl' iltle i':ssed. :iI to ioili!4gW but
the breathiniig of tlie pi< was Iard.
Now antill hen I woult i s away :at
the ashes in fily lpipe I.ivI. iandl I|):ai
would do the same.
"Have you 1 pietur4 o her'" I :as.k-
ed, reaching for soil' frelh l tihai-o,.
-"No; I alm afraid to kteii oMne."
u'o me this \i was a ii\%new phase in tlhet
matter of grand p.ssions
"A likeness which ilinevr -chail-es its
expression l I ei ans l nol h ii to liti'." ih,u
"I'll teLd iou 'wh'y I'm uoi u to irn d fw".
explained. "Her face ii all its moods
Is graven in my mind. have but to
shut my eyes. and she stands before
me in all her loveliness. Do you know
why I wanted this va i6n? Rest?"
His shoulders went up and his lipe
closed tighter. "My I want no
rest. It is rest which is killing me. I
am going across. I a going to see
her again, If only from te curb, as she
rolls past in her carri looking at
me, but not recognizing e, telling her
footman to brush me Ride should I
attempt to speak to her Yet I would
suffer this humiliation see that glo-
rious face once more, o ear again
that voice, though it ere keyed to
scorn. I am a fool, Jac What. have
I gone all these years frle heart to love
i chimera in the end? erily I am an
"She Is a princess. 4pe has riches.
She has a principality? She is the
ward of a king. What~bas she to do
with such as I? Threemnonths in the
ear she dwells in heripretty palace.
The other months find her here and
there-Paris, St. Petersburg or Rome,
As fancy wills. And 1-4 love herl Is
it not rich? What am If A grub bur.
.rowing at the root of thi tree in which
she, like a bird of par dise, displays
her royal plumage. 'Md sters. remem-
ber that I am an ass. (Though it be
'not written down. yet 1prget not that
ii am an ass.' The fath r of this prin-
icess once rendered the present king's
father a great service, and in return
the king turned over to lis cere a prin-
icipality whose lineal d4scendanrs had
died out. It was with t(be understand-
ing that so long as b retained the
king's good will. just so-long he might
possess the principality, ind that when
.he died] the mr-rpiirn-tAw .nlli rmiss to
-ui-:1-I< iis Urtfef- Lo('tumt :e ul:ni.,
I iiii-'.-s I I di'ttgm I-ole mmt-cupted them
nlot (-(o.ilI i i i lu!lit' cost.,I. Lust spring sit-
wams ock-i sniimt t41 shortly before the' cort
it'trtlfo- a stlitllocftir'hem-hatnd. nit
kill .- %as iVlvr% n nelihtjoit'ast'd. I rinet-
Eri-ns xvi x-z I e oisin of the Princess
I~ilcmiides athtor :imid 1had41strlveja
for- t'hepi-il(-ulmIity il-itt #14'I:!%-s gone
Iiti~i~fItr\ '.tm-..:--. I 4' 'i v, Ioched
*thet su.11- NIt'muiporo'-- roliiiA'Uthie plrl-
v-s '-t li:i if :'it m. VIL'prince or
gib';' IIl, [he pill-ile-i1o1ity. S)w i~e he
(ttit'-uit fio. t kuo~'viimg v:!:f:otAdo un-
s m luftt'ixithiom pr Iii lohlily %rIreve-
nue:..-. litmu i~ammyiiur 11['lt, if _'M he
:tlCltfilo'eS IM1441 I sh::INI 4Itll VWU how 1
Itillirs-"laid I is siuimnle ~ini the
a.4h pall. 114' gilt till :ItIki r4lamti4'.1h out
IlV114 -,01H~. Ow I'4 h .t'xilil~lqiw .;t1
--tart .1:; Ihet.'illken s Ow mIn'n c-f ui'nEdV
to his-. 0latif.
I shall tell Hillars' story as he told It.
He said: Last Auliist I went to B- -.
iMy lui..s.ioin was iiii lurt-ilit and took
ime to tht lBritishi legion. where I amn
well ktiow-n. I was most cordially in-
vited to at lend a hall to le given the
next 'vt1iili;. 'lh. notabhles of the
court lv-re Iihere. I' or ;I (ew momnients
the ki, g let his siln slhiil on the as-
semullhire. It was a Irilliant spectacle.
At muitluiglt I saw lf;r tihe' iiuit time a
Sremiarl:ablly Iiautilifill woman. I was
looking well iysef that night. All
wa'lk*-i like to s utroad shiouhlers in
a Ill;.il. It suggst-. Is stren' gtih-sollie-
thing ii.-y l:.iv not. S've'ra iime i
this \o.iugll \Vliiilns ey3s met minie.
Sonli'iow. luiiie wert'e-always tirst to
fall. l'heri' was a nI:ignetliism itn lhier
mine 4 iotil,! not withlistan:d. Later au
a itt -lit' 4 ani It lilt i a di said that he
wisib.l 10i ppresni'mI 1t lo her str(lnle
highness lihe l'riic -es II ild'g: rde of -
let us" e;ill it Ilot he liti. I. w'vhis.
pered'i:lht slite had ( comaiindiiild il-v in-
itr duh tlion. I t'XI)'-'l-t4 l Ito se- soll
red f' *'d dlowagt r wVlio \V:llxti( to a:sk
ilit aitouitl my l -t"countryv :in ltot' lie
with her gutitural a.i-ttlis. miy in-
tense pleasure. I foutiul iinsellf iat theli
side o' the iauty wh lin I Ihad be'nl
admiring. There w:is a hunmorous
light in her eyes as s lit put sinle 4ies-
tions to mte.
"Do you speak (jl'liman?" site asked
in that .language.
"Poorly. your highuess." I answered.
"Perhaps. then. you speak French ?"
"As I do my mother tongue." said 1.
"I am interested in Americans." she
"Collectively or individually?" I tried
to say this with perfect innocence, but
the smile on her lips told me that I
"Yes. I was sure that you would in-
terest me." She tapped the palmi of
her hand with the fan she held. "Shall
I tell you why I desired to meet you?"
"I have heard it said that the Amerl-
can bows down before a title, and I
am a woman and curious."
Said 1, laughing: "Your highness has
been misinformed. We never bow down
to a title. It is to the wearers that we
This time her eyes fell.
"This sort of conversation is alto-
gether new to me," she said, opening
"I hope that I have not offended your
highness," I said.
"Indeed, no. But it seems so strange
to have any one talk to me with such
frankness and deliberation. Have you
"There is seldom fear where there is
admiration. If you had used the word
Soft laughter rippled over the fan.
She had the most wonderful eyes.
"Are all Americans brave like your-
self?" she next asked.
"Brave? What do you call brave?"
"Your utter lack, of fear in my pres-
ence, In the first place. I am called
dangerous. -And then your exploits in
the Balkistan. in the second Dlace.
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Well, Ithe next day I strolled u
iAvenule of Legalions and saw he
horseback. She was accompali
an elderly man with a face t
eagle's. There were various
tions on his breast. As the l
saw me she bent her head. Wl
membered me. That was all tWt
necessary for my transportation
er I was informed that her es9ort
Prince Ernst of Wortunhborg.
was destined to lwi-onue her lord
master. I did not <-1atr' wiho I
I knew that I hlat(id hillm.
For a week 1 liuger-il on.. 1 D it
time and again, al on e ou IorsetA
the various euill:tSsi-"4 ani SIat
vper.. At these let uings I leael
great deal about Iwr. She %"1 "
to10 be the ,,,st .ap
court. and that siW ,wasa th
as she was daring. :11i.l illt the
might consider hiliise.lf lucky iit
her king's will or to kirs s W
had little liking for her inten- B -
treated him ,4ntoium luslp *U1 t1
his desires in utier 4lisregard.
line morning 1 was told that tme
was t-ginnin: to InIntli' attU-- 'I
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L NOVOUS etheafts ofd
at diiaiaii nmruaj
that ame adtnoticeale -At-
but &ay by day skaddfy o
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b takm uen lyat home.
b othng lIt kto. help
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A S AND THE WOMAN..
I( ntinupd from Sixth Paoe).
lhl wvas oe4 of lhe' most1 iIteNi pIis-
sboh and swoe'rdllsmie'n on tihl. ctiitti-
t aI Ilthia if I ha:d aIny particular
ord or mly epidermis I wouill ce:nse
at1 idallnCe' on ulle pri'incess al once.
off.,al'.ursn it:ladl me ill'atentive
B evtr. for I (:cn hold my own wilh
maD when it conli's Ito pistols, and
i OI lha4'a! tile rapier with sonmin stec-
wa. (,ie. ni.Ight at the opera t.hit
clinilix \was 'broughlt abllout. I sat
>ne ~ the stalls diagoenilvly acrl'oss
nI tlf royal box wi'heret she sat. She
r nme 1nd gave me hlie barest coua of
Wgnit mn. Perhalls she did not wish
attr:a1t the attention of the royal
onamges who sat with her. for thI,
struck me as clandestiiie. Between
first an!:d se-ond acts a note was
ded itP me. It was not addressed.
bher .:as it signed. But it was for
Thai bearer spoke lumy name. As
ir as ftcan remeniber the note ton
led tese words:
A carria n will await you two
Lks s.atthi. It vill be without lights.
I wil eutler it exactly ten minutes
r theolwr;i is ended."
t yas all. but it was enough.
I returne'l to amy seat. I found
nci'ss gazing intently at me. 1
Sanafilitmative gesture and was
edl with :a smile which set myI
to ushin g. I u;nm! little out of
last 4't. i <'ltal dinot dreams what
anonii.ncs), nIote' ha. i IMhind it. I
picion I all ilitrigue'. Ibm what use
I slie tr mie. :tn .\iaAin'r';mI. a very
o1dy? onIItll ihi:.g,uinis;ual wasalHiit
take prale. :andi I was to be ia wit-
S or a;i, pairtii-ilant of it. That was
far as jAy lai,'it for logical de'ilnc-
I wen. Promptly at the stated
Ie s oed al f the side of the carriage.
was thli plainest sort .of an unfairr.
klently'it hiad Iet*n hired for the oc-
don. rbe door opened.
Step ini; iaonsieur." said a low voice
IPrenchli. I obeyed. The horse start-
As w\ spun along the- pavement a
ht flansi:d into the window. The
ncess .st before mie. There was a
glgy ila iny ears, and I breathed
iekly. *ut I said no word. It was
her to eak tirst.
5Mo4asietur is ami1 Anl'merican." shle be-
1. "T'hl Ainmericain is of a chivalric
That shlpald be hi the aim of all men."
But it i not so. Monsieur, I have
Wn studying you for the past week.
tight I race my honor and my fame
Your habds. It is for you to prove
it you :fre a knight. I trust you.
hen I haire said what I shall say to
4 you t iay withdraw or give me
Or aid. ali you please."
I aim gr teful for your confidence.
1' highln ss," said I. "What is it
Rt you wi me to do?"
'Have patience, -monsieur, till the
le is donti" she said. "Do not speak
ain till I permit you. I must think."
'h journey was accomplished in
If an hour.
It is her monsieur, that we alight."
"aid ais !le( carriage stopped.
was gla4 that her opera cloak was
dark maitairial and that she wore a
rhi' luild ig before which we stood
is ,,n the outskirts of the city. Far
;:. to my left 1 could see the flicker-
g lights o the palaces. A yellowish
5e hung aver all. Once within the
Ilng I n Ited with surprise the lux-
,,E appointments. Plainly it -was
escapade. no caprice. I ask your aid
an a desperat-_- woman. At court I can
tind no one to succor me save at the
peril of that which is dearer to me
thatan iy lift. Among the conlluoners
who would dare'! A.n Englishlinan? It
is too miluch trouble. A Frenclhnian?.' I
would trust him not qpnite so far as the
door. You ;ire the first Ameri(can not
collnnected with the letgation I have ev-
er mel. Will you help me''"
"If whlat y.vm ask me to dlo is within
my capabilities, I alm .\ours to (omw-
"The rewa;rdl will Ib' :'mall." .As if te
I laughed. I was so insae4
"Thier' will be aiin~,er.'" site persist-
ed; secrett ilanmgr. There wvil 'e, scan-
"The more daimiger th imierrier," I
"Ah. yes." smiling: "'it is thlt main of
Ralk is : i."
I leanel over thll table and inhaled
the ineffable perfumnes which emnanat-
ed from her person. TeOt me from
what must I sumeor tlihe princess? Is
she a;I prisoner in a castle over which
some ogre rules? Well. then. I'11 be
Sir (Galahad." My jesting tone jarred
on her nerves. Slhe straightened in her
"Mons~ieur R1 amusedd" she said cold-
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"Anld he asks a thliou)sall larIo,,.'. .'
cried tcontritely. "'*'aliminll i me." and
I grew chiihlel :id.-h4 -erious.
"You have, heard that I am ti, wed
Prince Ernst of Wortauiln)rg.?"
"Yes." I gnawed the enLds of my
"'Monsieur. it is against my will. my
whole heing. I have not desire to con-
tribute a; principality and a wife to a
man who is not worthy of one or the
other. I refuse to become the king's
puppet notwithstanding his power to
take away -my principality and leave
me comparatively without resources. I
detest this man so thoroughly that I
cannot hate him. I abhor him. It is
you who must save me from him. It is
you who must also save me my princi-
pality. Oh, they envy me, these poor
people, because I am a princess, be-
cause I dwell in the tinsel glitter of the
court. Could they but know how i en-
vy their lives, their homes, their hum-
ble ambitions! Believe me. monsieur.
as yet I love no man. But that is no
reason why I should link my life to
that of a man to whom virtue in a wo-
man means nothing. He caused my
mother great sorrow. He came be-
tween her and my father. He spoiled
her life. Now he wishes to spoil mine.
C a Refrai
it is kept clean with
The taint of decaying particles
of food is absolute poison.
:;it hysterical. As siae looked at me1f sIhe
'Is there no other way?" I asked.
*'an it not IH- accomplished without
"No. There must be scandal. Other-
wise I should be brought back and for-
given. aPnd no one would know. In a
certain sense I am valuable. The Ho-
henphalians love me. I am something
of an idol to them. The king appreel.
atcs my rule. It gives him a knowl-
edge that there will be no internal
troubles in Hohenphalla so long as
matters stand as they now do. Still,
there are limits to the king's patience,
and I am about to try them severely.
But monsieur hesitates. He will with-
draw his promise."
"No, your highness." said I. "I have
given my word. As for the' scandal, it
Is not for myself that I care. It will be
a jolly adventure for me, and then I
shall have such a clever story to tell
my friends at the clubs."
She saw that I was offended. "For-
give me. monsieur. I know that you
would do no such thing. But let me
explain to you. At the station we will
be intercepted by two trusted and high
officials at court."
"What!" I exclaimed. "IDo they
"No. but I shall write to them anony-
mnously. the note to be placed in their
hands immediately we leave the prem-
I looked at the woman in wonder.
"But this is madness!" I cried.
"Directly you will see the method in
the madness. Without their knowing
there could be no scandal. They will
try to stop us. Yon will overpower and
bind them,. There will a!so be several
other wit,.n- ,..- w .h will not be per-
ticipants. Through tLcin ,. will lhe-
comhe known that I have eloped with
an Anw'rie-an. Oh. It is a well laid
"Bu .. .
m ys : : .:.
na t I .. ::*
_<** *i < -_ _
h~ 6. I9~X~
than once, but she pretended not to see
what was in them.. At dinner a toast
was given to hiv majesty. It was nimade
with those steins I showed you. .lack.
The princess said- softly to me. kiss-
ing the rim of the stein slhe beld. "lMy
toast is not to lhe king., but to the gen-
tleman!" I hadl oth slteins hundled up
and left with thle iost together with
It was not long after that the event-
ful moment for our tlighil arrived. I
knew that I was basely to abuse the
hospitality of the king. But what is a
king to a ma in hlove? Presently we
two were alone in the garden, the prin-
cess and myself. Shie was whispering
Instructions. telling me that I was a
man of courage.
"It is not too late to back out." she
"1 would face a thousand kings rath-
er." I replied.
We could see at the gate the carriage
which was to take -us to the station.
Now came the moment when I was
tried by the crucible anti found to be
droas. I committed the most foolish
blunder of my life. My love suddenly
overleaped its bounds. In a moment
my arms were around her lithe body;
my lips met hers squarely. After it
was done she stood ?ery Atill, as if in-
capable of understanding my offense.
;ut I understood. I was overwhelmed
with remorse, love amid regret. I had
made impossible what might have
"Your highness." I cried, "I could
ha< hal 1+9 U f--< I !A I onr f A nn
a ,' "A 45 '-
Srich," 'she said as sue threw back
her cloak and lifted her veiL "Mon-
: leur has'probably heard that the Prin-
eems Hildegarde is a creature of ex-
travagant caprices, and he expects an
"Your highness wrongs me," I pro-
tested. "I am an obscure Atmerican.
Your highness does not share your-
I stopped, not wishing to give the
term escapade to anything she might
do. As a matter of fact she has caus-
ed her royal guardian, the king. no end
of trouble. She went to Paris once un-
attended. At another time she roamed
around Heidelberg and slashed a fenc-
Ing master. She bad donned a stu-
dent's garb. She is said to be the finest
swordswoman on the continent. Yet
notwithstanding her caprices she is a
noble minded woman. She does all
these things called social vagaries be-
cause she has a fine scorn for the in-
Snate hypocrisy of the social organiza-
tlon of this country. She loves free-
dom not wisely, but too well. To go
"Monsieur wrongs me also." she said.
"In what are termed my escapades I
am alone. You appealed to me." with
a directness which amazed me. "be-
cause of your handsome face, your ele-
gant'form. your bright eyes. You are a
man who loves adventure which has
Sthe spice of danger in It My country-
men"- She crooked one of her bare
shoulders, which shone like yellow ivo-
ry in the subdued light. This rank flat-
teiry cooled me. A woman who has any
regard for a man is not likely to flatter
him in respect to his looks on so short
and slight an acquaintance. "Mon-
sieur," she proceeded. "this is to be no
let. aetno IUnI!ans to ao you serv-
sce. lwhVat a ask me to do is quite
simple." I new that I should los
my head in ce of failure. I rose and
bowed as un meernedly as though she
bad but ask me to join her' with a
cup of te.
"Ah. Inonst r. you are a man!" And
she laughed oftly as she saw me
throw back Y shoulders. There was
unmistakable admiirati-m in her eyes.
"And yet." -vith a sudden frown,
"there will Im danger. You may slip.
You may I- me injured. Yes. there
"Your highiuss said I lowly. com-
pelling her ey4l to, eet mine. "it is not
the danger of the adventure or its re-
suits that I nIist fear." 1 was honest
enough to mna ~ any mnlaning clear.
She Mushedt "I said that I trusted
monsieur's hlor." was her rejoinder.
"Come," within a return of her imperi-
ousnesx. "nit is line that we were gone."
She drew on htr cloak and dropped the
veil. "I might add." she said. "that
we will r'mmai in France one hour.
From there you nIay go your way. and
I shall go secre-ly to my palacee"
Andl the glam iour fell away like the
last leaves oif the year.
I hadl to wak-( upl the driver. whoi had
fallen asl. op. ,.
"'Wlere shall 1 say' I asked.
"To your hottl. I shall give the dri-v-
er the remaining instructions."
"But you haven't tol.1 me." said 1. as
I took miy place in the carriage, "how I
am to become ia guest at the dinner to-
"I spoke to tb. king this morning. I
said that I had a caprice. lie replied
that if I would promise it to be my last
he would grant 1t. I pr,,mised. I said
that it was mt' desire to bring to.the
dinner a personj who though without
rank was a gentleman. one who would
grace any gathering. kingly or other-
wise. My won was sufficient. I knew
before i asket you that you would
come. Twenty-four ii. ers from now
we-that is. you. and I -will be on the
way to t the Fre i'l frontier. I shall be
ever in yiour delni."
Silence fell i 4la us. I knew that I
loved herr with a love that was burning
1i1te up. <.onsunliilg ane1. And the adven-
taure wais all sMA unli a-"d of for these
lrosai- times; And so full of the,
<-harini of mystery was she that I had
not lbeeti. i ii:sta not t Ih'mve fallen a
viltim What ipOssibilities suggested
themselves to Ii*- as on we rode! Once
across thle trontar I should be free to
confess lmy love for her. A princess"
Wha;it of Itliat'? SheI would IN only a
woliman lIi wolanl I loved. I tremn-
bhled. S.n111Othin1 might haippeln so that
she v.ouMld have to turn to ini. If the
king reiins'l to forgive her. she was
mine: Alh. that plain carriage, held a
wonderful dreaun that night. At length
-too shortly for ine-thI vehickL drew
up in front of ilvy hotel. As I was
about to alight er hand stretched to-
ward ime. lBnt lustead of kissing it I
pressed my lips: on her round white
arni. As thougli my lips burned, she.
"Havfe a care. monsieur; have a
care." she said icily. "Such a kiss bhaus
to be won."
I staminered atn apology and stepped
out. Tln' I heard a low laugh. "Good
night. Mr. Hillari. You arc a brave
gent hliini Ii!"
The door <-closcd, aind the vehlticle sped
away into tliet darkness. I stood look-
ing :lfter it. bewildered. Her last
words were spoke'i in pure English.
With tlhe following evening came the
dinner, and I as St guest-a nervous,
self conscious guest who started at ev-
ery footstep. I \\was' presented to the
king. who eyed mi? curiously. Seeing
that I wore a nuedijl such :ls his chan-
cellor gives to Inme( who sometimes ido
his country service1 he spiokei to me a;in
inquired how I hadi-oltainitl it. It was
an affair similar to. the Halkistan. only
there was not an airmiy. but a mob. Tlhe
princess was enchainting. I grew reek-
less and let her read my eyes more
'I'w*ll gve you one minute TO lea
this place." she said. her tones as ev(
and as cold as sudden repression
wrath could make them. "I trusttA
you. and yon have dared to take ;at
vantage of what seemed my helpless
ness. It is well indeed for you th.
you committed this outranw before
is too late. I should lhl:011 killed v'
then. I might have known CoiUl4
ever a woman trust am au;u'ty shi
laughed contemptuously. "'You wnoulu
have made me a thing of scorn. and 6
"As God is my judge." I cried, "M"m
respeet for rou is :as high as heavei
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upty ny prmnelpanlty rather. But first let
nme try to see If I cannot retain the one
and rid myself of the other. Listen.
Tomorrow night there will be a dinner
here. The king and the inner court
will hold forth. But they will cast
aside their pomp and become for the
time being ordinary people. The prince
will be in Brussels and therefore una-
ble to attend. You are to come in his
"I?" in astonishment.
"Even so." she smiled. "While the
festivities are at their height you and
I will secretly leave and return to the
city. We shall go immediately to the
station, thence to France."
I looked at her as one in a dreamn. "1-
You! Thence to France?"
Hillars went to the sideboard and
emptied half a glass of brandy. Com-
ing back to his chair, he remained in a
reverie for a short time. Then he re-
sunmed his narrative:
The princess looked up into my face
"Yes; tiaUn'e-" to F'rance. Ahl. I could
go alone. Bilut listen. monsieur. Above
all things there must be :a scandal. A
pri'ncess e'!p,.-s with a;n American ad-
venture'r. Tlie prince will withdraw
his suit. TIhe king nimay or nmiay not for-
give Inw.. Iit I will risk itl. lie is still
s:lne\'Wii:nl fonl of me notwithstanding
i.:,, wrxv-'-y I have caused haim. This
.v ith lionly method bhy vwhieh I
:; ;:". -',Iie',' himl howv detestable this
:::'i;.e":1l is to Ime. Yet yllV fretedomln
i.- ': .", i< e 1 l ha Iits my principality
I t h,* ; ..ng bestow it upon whom he
i -inhall hbe''von a teacher of lain-
,' ;~a-s or something of that sort. I
sl::01l Iw' free land happy. Oh. you will
Iliave' ;I nir:'y. tale to tell. : merry ad-
venture. Yui will return to your coun-
try. You will Ie the envy of your conm-
patriots. You will recount at your
club'- .i story such as men read. but
never hear told." She was growing a
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Itself! I love you. Is there nothing t
that? I am but human. I am not a
stone image. And you have tempted
me beyond all control. Pardon what
I have lone. It was not the want of
"Spare me your protestations. I be-
lieve your mtinulte is nearly gone." she
.\n mal il,'the!n was a crunch on the
gravel !N'himli us.. '[Tlie primacess and I
ia !'m-l,'e itn 'l;-' .:" \V"e W h:;l forgotten
.Ia il h i t 1 1h ;li i :..ti(,l.s tio('. Two
;i(la hin t us :ilid l ap-
hl\ Ti., (lI'el' ,, the. two ca:.-
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zmtm t b
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A larae audieceta
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awe e*y venC a
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surn Ciam ByW
BRiay spent Gala
Mr. Robert H. Mid
day from her m
de spent at Virgin
Mrs. A. L Randol
WIek pavement bulaid
dee, corner of M
The State Board a
canvass the State a
Return last Mondas
piper relutns bei
County. could ot
until they ad been
he had not spoken a
per Icr months, and
Honey and Tar rea
ued largely by
Take no substitute.
Mr and Mrs.
tue city on last Set
ide in the future.
turned from Phil
h ad been for the pIa
Hon Jas. B w
'p to Chattahoocd
Mtate Insane Asylum
Mr. Faby Byrd.
trier d Mr. H. A. In
sue Tititig Mi. T.
INy will paend a
ititixg round the
No ae aneli Cd
dbmm i qaikeya
-er odhew ee,
mn mang our
V@, ase gpld to
tist Hon. E. C. 8m
i< rti. is able to
dt tdwee the'
U? mday night.
aad Tr i n
and Mis Mattie
eek in Jackson-
was among the
eat to Jackson-
returned on Sat-
gs and Balti-
us having a nice
fxhmt of ber rei-
Canvasmers met to
but owing to im-
made by Taylor
plete the canvas
Hutton, Ind., says
wrd above a whis-
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e pabe tly nreu
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1 &huita, 1. T. .e writes: "Four bot-
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The most ljeautiful thing in
the world i4 the baby, all
dimples and Ijov. The most
pitiful thing ip that same baby,
thin and in I pain. And the
mother does jot know that a
little fat mak-s all the differ-
Dimples aid joy have gone,
and left hollciws and fear, the
Iat, that wis comfort
color and curve-all but
and love-is tone.
The little one gets nc fat
.from her food
fat for weeld
. There is some-
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She has had no
is living on what
To raise -good fruit
you must have Potash.
at least 8 to 1o% of
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The examination fora cadetship at the
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county, winning the place, with W. C.
Miller. of Columbia county, as alt*r
or IhnU amd Childreun.
Fisher Bros., who own and operate a
dairy in Tampa, bought the Wicker
place, containing 5.000 acres of Leon
county's finest land,. about two years
ago. Instead of planting cotton, they
have raised stock and grown grain and
hog They have recently shipped three
of fine hay to Tampa to feed
their dairy cows. They have also
shipped and sold in Tampa three cars of
cattle during the year. Dan Fisher left
last night with a car of fatted hogs for
the Tampa market. The car contained
eighty-three fine porkers. This is prob-
ably the first carload of hogs ever
shipped from Leon county.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
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country. "Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for seven years she with-
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gans were undermined and death seem-
ed imminent. For three months she
coughed incewntly, and could not
sleep. She finally discovered a way to
recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumptonsumption, and was so much relieved
on taking first dose, that she slept all
night; and with two bottles, has been
absolutely cured.. Her name is Mrs.
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A Aike on Offenbeh*.
M. Ernest Bluw' told a joke which
he and some friends played on Offen-
bach when "La Belle Helene" was
about to be produced. The composer
was most anxious that Ihls airs should
not get about before the first night and
had asked all his -ompauny to be most
careful not to let any one hear them.
but his tunes were so catchy that it
was impossible to help singing them.
One day Blum n ud his friends were
sitting opposite Offenbach in a cafe
when one of them began to bum a lead-
ing air of "La Belle Helene."
"Who taught you that nried often-
bach in a rage.
"No une." replied P.lmui. "I have
known it for ages," and they all agreed
that their nurses used to sing it to
them when they were children. Pres-
ently Albert Wolff. who was one of the
party, began to sing another of the
. "What!" criedl Offenbachl, "you know
"I composed it myself," said Wolff.
Offenbach then saw that they were
playing a practical joke on him and dp-
manded the name of the singer who
had sung them the opera. They re-
fused, and so the composer threatened
that he would tine every one in the
theater unless they told him. So Blum
and his friends stood up and began
the first chorus of the first act and de-
clared they would sing the finale before
the whole cafe unless Offenbach re-
lented. The ,*,-poser, in terror for
his music, gave in. beaten by his own
facility in writing music.
A GStroao-mle Cyclone.
All men and women eat. If they
don't, they won't last long. and no one
need worry as to whether they count
"for much or not. But good eaters are
usually very depend-on-able. By good
eaters I do not mean large eaters or
greedy eaters, though I may include
some of both, but I mean the men and
women who enjoy what they eat and
show no disposition, either from dys-
pepsia or other form of indigestion, to
quarrel with their food.
, Gluttons, however, are not very love-
ly. I sat at table once with a woman
at a summer resort who every day for
dinner ate 12 ears of corn from the cob.
That Is more than the regulation mid-
Nature's Winter Storage. .
As the result of 29 years of experi-
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than half of the amount ot rain ,that
falls penetrates into the soil anO be-
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springs, while id the summer only one-
quarter of the rainfall is absorbed by
the soil. The maximum quantity of
water in the soil is at a depth of about
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A BOU NOVEMBER. 1808. TWO PIECES
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deceased. T. M. Dozima. Admr.,
40-3t Jacksonville, Fla.
/ SArs*e TFkrqt to ats Wfe..
Two characteristic anecdote* of
Jobs Bright are given In Sir Edwaid
Rmsel s memoirs, which he has pub-
Iaied under the title "That Reminds
Bright was supposed to be a total ab-
stainer. but once when Edward Miall
was very nervous at the prospect of
having to make an important speech in
the house. Bright said:
"Well. MLalL If I were you, i'd for
once go and have a pint of cham-
Mr. Miall did as he was told. ad ithe
result may be judged from the narra-
to's comment that "champagne on an
unaccustomed interior is not always a
curative or a tonie."
Bright "rarely had any difference
with his wife." but occasionally they
were not at one about the children.
When they came to a point of absolute
disagreement. be used to say: .
"Now. I tell thee. If thou doesn't do
what I wish. '11 go -straight to Mr.
Gladstone and ask him to make me a
knight." to which the answer invari-
"Oh. anything rather than that."
Late Hours I St. Peteraburg.
Personally I know of no other town
where such late hours are the vogue
as In St. Petersburg. But your St'
Petersburger does not get up early in
the morning. At St. Petersburg the
music halls. which it is the fashionable
thing to attend after the theater-a
drive to them taking half an hour In a
swift sleigh-do not practically begin
till 12. Through the Neva at 4 o'clock
In the morning you have to literally
push your way, and the favorite trains
for travelers are those starting about
6 o'clock in the morning. These trains
save the Russian the trouble of getting
up early. He wishes his friends "good
night" and drives down to the station
comfortably after supper without put-
ting the house to any Inconvenience.-
Jerome IL Jerome in Saturday Even-
Ne Deformity Tkt-e.
Tommy (allowed to sit up--Why.
Master Clara. Mr. Tadwelrs feet are
both alike., (Embarrassment of Tom-
Mr. Tadwell (coming gallantly to the
rescue)-Of course. Tommy, what did
Tommy-I didn't think nothing, only
I heard Sixter Clara say you're always
puttlu your best foot backward and I
wanted to see w4ich one it was.-Ex-
Plants That Bear Jewels.
One of the directors of Kew gardens.
lecturing at the London institute on
some curiosities of tropical plant life.
said that among these were the pearls
found occasionally In the cocoanut
palm of the Philippine Islands-pearls
which, like those of the of te an, are com-
posed of carbonate of lime. The bam-
boo. too, yields another precious-prod-
act in the shaiiip of true pals. which
are found in its joints.
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J. W. Colhns i headquarters for
everything in the line of i mcy and
Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
of 'the makes of the people and caters
to them for the purpose of building up
and holding trade. He also carries
several other lines in which he main-
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Sh %l Ak
About t.ue middle of the seventeenth
century the tulip became kpown In
Germany. and a scientist wumed Ges-
ner gives the first description of this
flower. First only the yellow variety
was known, and then other colors were
produced by crossing. The Dutch. par-
ticularly the citizens of Haarlem. pro-
duced the most wonderful varieties of
this flower and obtained. enormous.
prices for them. .
In 1634 the trade lu tulip assumed a
peculiar .turn. It degeneroted intu a
sort of a game of chance.: so that in
1673 the authorities felt caled upon to
interfere and to issue edits against
extravagance in tulips, as they former-
ly had against trains and laces. This
interference would seem tolix* justifild
If one reads that In 1iOt a i~InglI; \II:Iw-er
of this sort. called the yitori. wv:is
paid for with two -arroe, of whe:it.
four cargoes of rye fou fat oxen.
eight fat hogs. 12 fat sheet, two c(asks
of wine. four barrels .of btr. two tons
of butter. 1,000 pounds ib ch1.'s. a
complete ltNd, a suit of ekitllinig and a
Another Iulb. the S'uipir Augustus,
was paid for with l. 0;W pid guilders
and a coach with :i don 6l. team of
horses. In [laarhlm ithKi'tulip craze
reac-bed its height itt the decade from
1(W30 to 1t40. when a price of 12.(Xso
gold guilders (about :.t09.0xjt t American
money Is recorded for a single bulb.
A Joke of Sydney Snmith's.
On the occasion, of a dinner Sydney
Smith was the guest. and when tb",
evening was over the host thanked
the wit heartily for the entertainment
be had afforded. "' shall not forget
you, Mr. Smith." he added. "Thank
you. Take care you don't forget your-
self tomorrow (it was Saturday) in
church." rejoined Smith. whereat the
host. Kershaw by name. rather bridled
"I hope. sir. I know how to behave
myself in church!" "Well." said Smith
good temperedly. "if I catch you smil-
ing I will call you by name." "You
may." rejoined the visitor. "The thing
is absurd. i will give you a donation
to the York hospital if it happens."
On the ensuing morning Smith read
the prayers reverently. a hbe always
did, then ascended the pulpit. looked
around the church and rested his eye
on the visitor whose name was Ker-
shaw. That gentleman said afterward
that he did not know w possessed
him. but so it was hlie gave a broad
smile. Thereupon the preacher was
seized with a violent inclination to
sneeze, and. applying his handkerchief
with suitable action, he sounded "ker-
ker k-ker-shaw" three times over. -
From "The Reminiscences of Halt a
entryry" by R. W. [Hley.
OSaRa the omren Law.
Napoleon I had' an extraordinary
lmid. H appeared never to forget
anything I cared to remember ane
4ssiffl~~information as the stomach
assmllat food. retaining only th*
valuable. An incident will Illustrate
this remarkable quality of his mind.,
When forming the "Code Napoleon.'
he frequently astonished the couneL'
4f state by the skill with which he l-
lustrated any point in discussion b)
quoting whole passages from memory
of the Roman civil law. The council
wondered how a man whose life hat:
been passed in camp came to know as
much about the old Itoitan laws. Fi
nally one of them asked him how ha
acquired lis knowledge.
"When I was a lieutenant," Napo
leon replied. "I was unjustly placed
under arrest. My small prison room
contained no furniture except au old
chair and a cupboard. In the latter
was a ponderous volume, which proved
to be a digest of the Roman law. You
can easily Imagine what a valuable
prize the book was to me. It was so
bulky and the leaves were so covered
with marginal notes in mamuscript that
had I been confined 10) years I need
never have been idle. When I re-
covered my liberty at (lHe end of ten
days. I was saturated with Justiui.av
and the decisions of. the Roman legisa
lation. It was then I acquired my
knowledge of the civil law."
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3 starts smoking them he is "fixed,
* and that he will have nq more trouble
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cans-of this change. Rfut l
terly unjust In fact. their
spinal cord. have been injured
violently shaken against the
their bony cavities.
The same thing 'octurs in oi
collisions. People who iwer
become quite feeble and
though they may not have
This curious state in tlhe
soldiers is well recognized by
under the name of the mental
of explosives. The injuries are
quite as physical as a sxhatt-m
for they consist of a kind of
of the very delicate tissue of the
cord and brain.
iMr. Cainwbelra LegalB Adrest
Robert J. Campbell of New York
an odd and even awkward ex
one day which illnstrattes- tfor
peculiar phase in the practice of
in the metropolis. Returning
late at night. he was attackedd aN
verely beaten by a drun a s,
To allay the apprehension of his (
ily Mr. Campbell explained that
had been struck by ;i street car. &
was put to bed :nd :a timiid sent
for liniium t :iand Ihtud::.-. She
turned with a: straitge doctor,
prt-oc-t'd at ouce to m:ke a ma
TF,' '!iiin;:titoI ali::CIInsfd that
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I* : ,. -.. -rn- iltrown ted
S :i-..'s fe:ir "l' h followlngi
* ,-. i, r' ol'l d ne d anId olunc d
lh- "::.- : l plhy. idal ;t all l' ai r
':t< i' "i :Iwytr t hat is. one s
si:,- corporationons for dnmges rny
ina rrfun physical Injuries. He l
brought with him several alleged
nesses to the street car accident, al
whom were willing to swear to I
thing for a consideration.-Satml
Makes Brave Men Cowards.
It has been proved that the compare
tively harmless bombarding, so far as
wounds are concerned, of a besieged
town is terribly demoralizing to the
When a shell bursts near a group of
20 men it may kill one and wound two.
while the remaining 17 escape without
a scratch. It will te round, however.
that many of these are never the same
men again. No matter how Iron nerved
they were before. they are now ir-
resolute and timid. and all their facul-
ties are weakened. Very often they
are jeered at by their comrades be-
E-IIttAIBLE tiBK&lESN;S UN MUNtUE
and MtcCarthy Steets. Warehouse and
building lots, at andnear depot. southernn sub-
urbs, and Long Grove Audliton. Will be sold at
a bargain. W. W. McGIFFr.
SEVERAL of the most prominent residences in
0 the city-on Callou n and Clinton .treets-
unsurpwased for business convenience or social
surroundlngt. such as are not ou the market for
a lifetime. or teams apply early, if you want
to buy. W. W. MKw aaIt.
'OME CITY BUSINESS PROPERTIES FROM
0 one lot to a whole block, from $1.000 to
8,.000, upon which are paying investments
now in operation 12 per cent. net Apply to W.
;LOR SALB CHEAP-OKB-EIGHTH IN-
1' terest in the Long Grove Lots..
Sept. 14,1896. U. Munto.