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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: December 13, 1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00023
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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OAY. DECEMBER 13. 1900.


VOL. XX,NO, 42


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1ILL BE If GATHEING



Among many- gatherings of
various tative interests
scheduled to eet in Richmond, Va.,
in the nea ure is one that will
draw from every southern
Stat&. This is the tenth 'annual
meeting of Southern Educational
Association,t be held December
27th, 28th 29th..
Teachers public and private
schools from ity and cotmty; teach-
ers and foan m institute,
academies, leges and universities
from every i the south will be'
there b the undr.
The convey tion will prove to be,
no doubt, th mo important in the
Southern Ed Association'
history," m and e objects of the ogan-
ixation shoal appeal to every friend
to education the South.
The Southrn Educational Asso-
ciation ap "to every white
teacher in th South to joining a vig-
orous movem nt for a closer and ef-
fective union of educational forces,
into an organ on which shall not
only foster if-improvement and a
better under between the
different brhs of theservice, but
which shall 'imto become strong
enough to co mand attention in leg-
islative halls, d persuasive. enough
to arouse and neate public opinion
throughout land in favor of bet-
ter school-ho better equipment,
better salaries nd more generousen-


dowment."
The people
coming of the
sands of visit
come will be
local Committ
made up of o
sentative bu
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SfRichmond await the
Association and thou-
rs and a cordial wel-
xtepded to all. The,
e of Arrangements are
er one hundred repre-
iesm and professional


men, and RiAmnond' fme as-.a gen- received Moiday. They desernvl*
erves host will.bei fully-isustained on for they give you your money'
tis, as on foriter similar occasions. worth. -
Po The gram ia apecaly attrac- The little one's will enjoy it Li.
ive one and a number.of -educators mensely and a more innocent wa#.l
of national fame will participate in give- them enjoyment can not' b
the special and general discussion of found, Admission only 25
topics. / 15 cents.
The Jeffefron Hotel. ha been Fe- -.
lIted beMd-h II-Uh and, all en- T& l Co tte
oral @iom will be held there whilq The following committees to take
the departenal sessions will becon- charge of Inauguration Day Cere-
dnuted in the various school b6ulings monie, etc, have been appointed:
of the city. ommttee on Arrangements-
The Jefferson, Murphy's, the Lex- W. M. McIntosh, Jr, J. R. Cohen.
ington, New Ford's, the Alhambra T. B. Byrd,. T. H. Randolph, W. C.
and the St. Clair, all afford reasona- Lew ,.
ble rateS, and ookings should be finance Committee--Julias Ball,
made in advance. II. V. R. Schrader, C. B. Gwynn, W.
Mr. Hill Montague is chairman of A. Demilly, Ja. A. Ball.
the Committee on Hoteltand'A om- Military Committee- General Pat
modations and will be leased to H stous n. Colonel R. Cay, Captain
hear from any wh6. desire definite in. A. Spiller, Captain E. E. Phil-
formation along this live. brick, R. J. Philips.
., The .railroad of the South have Transportation Committee-S. D
made a one fare, plus. two dollars, Chittenden, J. C. Trice, D B. Me-
round trip rate for members of the As- ginniss, Jr., A. Levy, W. L. Moor.
sociatipn, and those attending the Ball Committee-L M. Lively,
convention and this low rate, together J. W. Henderson, J. A. Edmond-
with the fact that the convention is. son, G. B. Perkin.s P. W. Wilson
be held during holiday week, when Reception Committee-Hon. F. T.
all teachers have a week or mor va- Myers, on. Geo. P. R n ey, Hon. E.
cation, will insure a big attendance. M. Hopkins, Colonel John A. Hen-
-- ,derson, George Lewis, J. S.
Ulmette Company. Winthrop, J.AT. Bernard, R. B. Gor-I
'. *man, F. W. Armstrong, G. W. Sax-.
The performance of the Gillette on, W. A. Rawls, G. I.Davi, R. W
Novelty Company on Monday after- wiiams.. Diamond, George W.
noon -and niht was exceedingly in- Walker, L. C. Yaeger, W. R. Wilson,
teresting ana well done. Their ac- Robert Gamble, J.irchberg, Dr.
iobatic feats were wonderful and G. H. Gwynn, J. R. Cohen.
equal to aiythig ever presented to .
a Tdllahassee audience. The com- circuit Court.
pany.was placed at great-disadvan- The fall term of the Circuit Court
stage owing to having to appear on adjourned sine die lst Friday after
the stage of the opera house and not, having disposed of a. larger criminal!
as usual, in their tents. The change docket than has been usual for
was compelled because of the high many past terms. The proceedings
license charged for all tent shows. -of the court after we went to press
in spite of this disadvantage, how' last week, are as follows:
ever, the various acts on the trapese State of Florida vs. Thos. Frank-
jumping, and other really remarka- lin, indicted for stealing a cow; con-
ble feats of strength and agility was victed; sentenced three years in State
exceedingly well done and called prison at. hard labor, together with
forth well merited -applause from the costs and $10 for State Attorney's
entire audience. The company will fees.
play a return engagement here on -State of Florida vs. Levy .Jone.
Saturday (the 15th) and we bespeak indicted for entering, without break-.
a more liberal patronage than they ing, to commit larceny; convicted;


nten to six months in State
together with costs and $10
tate Attorney's fee.
State of Florida vs. Sallie Conner,
,!dieted for entering, without break-
.tg to commit lasceny; convicted;
W*ten ed .six months in State prison,
t their with costs and $lu State
# rouey's fees.
State of Florida vs. Sam Williams,
indicted for stealing a cow; con-
vieted-last week, Ibigrated a.new
trial by the ourto verdict at' new
trial.not guiv." -."
State of Florida vs. E. H. Purdy
and A. Rotedale, indicted -for keep-
ing a gaibling- house, defendants
.gave bond. of .8500 each and case
continued until next term of court.
The grand jury .came into court
aid filed their presentment, which-
being read was as follows:
We, the grand jury enquiring in
and for the. body -of the -county of
Leon, do make the following general
preaentment
1st. We find that the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, ,Sheriff and County
Judge have complied with Section 3,
Chapter 4141, Laws of 1895, and we
file their statements herewith, and
make the same a part hereof. -
2d. Under Section 17, Chapter
438, Laws of 1897, we report as fol-
lowb: We find that the public roads
aad. bridges of the county are in a
generally satisfactory condition, with
thb exceptions of those in the south-
westerly portion of the county, or,
more correctly -speaking, the western
portion of the Jackson Bluff road,
and we respectfully call the Board of
County Commissioners to said condi-
tion,of *aid part of said road, and
hope. that they will take immediate
steps to put the same. in thorough
repair.
3d. We have carefully examined
into all cases presented to -us by the
proper authorities, and regret.to note
the large number of. crimes commit-
ted within this county, within the past
few.months. and sincerely hope that
the good sense of our people will re-
assert itself and. thereby cause a
check to the commission of crime in
the county. We have examiined into
the conditions of the county jail, and


respectfully call the attention of the A
Board of County Commissioners to WH __ TUl1
the fact that it should be repaired in _, "
the following particulars: eht, the ..
roof leaks, causing. damage to the A rerlClHS AtI eBt ti
laths and plastering.. The windows
need glass put in them where they Cilli OC ll ll .
were broken out, and the building -
needs overhauling generally, and we THE PRESIDENT'S IESI AGE
hope that this matter will receive
immediate attention of the Board in i
.order that the building may be better Coysidered a Vey Tame Affair With-
preserved. out Even Literary Merit.;
4th. We tender our thanks to His w. D e e e ,
~WWashington, December s T'he
Hohor, Judge John W. Malone, for p ident. message submitted t.
his able comprehensive and explicit Prident message submitted t
charge relative to our duties, and chgrasc tt ,bri o day of as atht
congratulate the people upon the-ra- report is a rehash of what ha
pidity and legal correctness withbeen published aain and as
which the business of the court is en published ain an, again ill
Sb o court' sthe newspapers and nowhere rise!.
disposed of. We tender our thanks above thelevelof ack work. More-
to the Hon. (G. W. Walker, State's over, having been written by the More-
Attorney, for his alle council and ove nt havimself and written by the
advice and help iti showing us our re n manuscript, it did not to han-
duties as grand jurors. And we as the benefit of revision after being in
tender our thanksto the Clerk of t me heo it
Circuit Court and Sheriff for their print and in consequence is m ma-
prompt attention to all of our re- srure. Most of the message Os
quests, and to our Bailiff for his con- c ." to gofa bthe mess age isde-
stant and courteous attendance upon stated. On Finances the Pr
this body-,F .ae. Un dances the President-
s W. P. MOORE, F says the surplus last year was ove,-
AttestW Foreman. 79,000,000 and he therefore recom-
W E- GRAY rk mends that taxation be reduced by
W. E RA, Clerk th.e309 0,000, with the evident expec-
The grand jury were thanked by tation-which is s to be justice1
the judge for their faithful perform- by facts-that 8 to be justwiet
dance of their onerous dutiesand then to spend the balance He ecoi
discharged for the term. ends action to suppress bad trustsecom
The petit jury was also dismissed t guests that there wa other
and the court then proceeded to dis- not so bad. the Wth are o rs
pose of the civil docket. a bill the passage of
In the case of S. Bland vs. Rich- he cannot e e t bueven
ard Simpson .and Jessie Lee, an ac- monstrosity norse thenin in -Pay
tion in ejectment, the defendants an erefo hpen ding in n gre.
were giyen thirty days to file a bill nations as t the sort of bill th i-
of exceptions. fcatons asto te rtof that he
The case of Wni. Raynes vs. F. C. favors. He urges the adoption- t
&P. R. R. %tas continued until next he Hay-Pauncefotesurrender, which,.
tem if not amended will pledge the word
The court then adjourned sie lie. of theUnited tas to permit free
S- passage of the canal to its enemies in
.A -Frghtful Blunder time of war. lie concludes with al
Will often cause a horrible Burn, apostrophe to peace, which reads
Scald. Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica. most. strangely, considering the con.
Salve. the best int the world, will kill the edition of affairs in the Philippines
pain and promptly heal it. Cures OldI The armybill haP pa.sedth-.
Sores, Fever Sores. Ulcers, Boils, FelonA. as pe the-
Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile louse, giving the President an army
cure on earth. Only 25cts. a box. Cure! of 50,000, which, in his discretion, he
guaranteed. Sold ty all druggists. ((Cont.nued on Fourth Page.)


RECAPITULATION OF -THE ,0TE BY COUNTIES.
(See Recapitulation of National vote.by bntie oen Page 6.)
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Bradford....
Brevard.....
Calhoun.....
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Franklin....
Gadsden.... .
Hamilton...,.
lHernando....
Hillsborough..
Holmes......
Jackson ......
Jefferson.....
Lafayette .....
Lake ........
Lee ..........
Leon .... ...
Levy ........
Liberty.....
Madison......


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John L Crawford received twenty-seven thou. That Guy Gillen and -L. W. A. Rivers were large -bottle, or six large bottles .(full (ppa's Reedy) i superior to all enr puriiat and tlhe
sand eight hundred and ninety-two, 278r2,e elected members of the House of Representatives treatment) $5. Complete directions P. P. P. r*entiflc and sa -f l remedy for old sores, pimples, blotches adm
il, Li,, r r i f. votes. of the State of Florida irom the codntyof Colum. with each bottle. For trial bottle ad- isms" O sfthe anm' Sl od.
George W. Allen r6*eived live thousand seven bia. drems Blood Balm Co., 524 Mitchell St., P P P as t e w.e wn to yicPan.s, who grescmrbe Mt
Is a disease of the mucous rr.smbrane hundred and seventy two, 5772, votes. That R. H. Burr. Jr., was elected a member of Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and Free carto.B Sold by a -a es p a ea
or inner lining of the nose troat. General was thirty-two thousand seven hundred Florida from the county of Dade. e adce given. .
s tmach, b el ith and ofie, 32701, votes of which- That R. E. Brown was elected a member of the Li ppm an-,1 B rothers.e S ynn 5js
lungs, stomach, bowelsand pther lliam I.amar civ twentyseven ouse o Representatives of the State of Florida
organs. It is caused by a cold o suc- thousand four hundred, and tnirty-six, 27436, from the county of DeSoto.
S.. 1 votes. That John C. L' Engle and Napol )on Bonaparte
-cession of colds irritating the delicate Frederick- Cubberly received five thousand two Broward were elected members of the House of r fi Ml
Shundredand sixty- five, 5265. votes. -epresentatives of the Sae of Florida from the o Iie S ay s H dr i lll l llll l nr
surfaces, and is promoted by scro OUS The whole number of votes cast for Comp- countyof Dul. UHal .w J ai
i i the trollerwas thirty-one thousand nine hundred That J. Einmet Wolfe aud C. Moreno Jones
taints in the blood. and eighty-seven., 31987. votes of which- were elected membersoflthe House of epresent- "Ve haive children. With the d -.
William H. Reyn6lds received twenty-six ofEsmbia three I suffered=
It is especially dangerous in thso dm.T fi h,,n,, d ninew,, ,,,,te oflorod .. frmSh county = Wpasom Full Line Of COok Sto es, la es and Heaters I
thou. ..d five hundred ad. ory--n..ne.. I h F 205 49 Tt GMleaea mrf '1 d=dtbIi- f n oo
having a predisposition to consume tion. notes. the o C. Grs ws elected a member of 2 to 4 hours an had to be pla ced under
John W. Powell received five thousanjourid theouthe county of Franklin. of chloroform. I three
In these and all other ca huhal drednd rt-eight,38, votes That H. vdn and Mor BaforLL EOFWAG3RITH EE a
cases Hood's Sarsaparilla or- The whole num thr of voueast for S wate re elected members of the House of tesntee nolfthrc ohnrdad A FULLdErtecutornlRIADOTTEEIRON
cases Hood's Sarsaparila so or wa thi-two thousand udloridarom the county A fme of SEE ai ,ingB0.
roughly renovates the blood anr re- ... G ads den. aewohich oftand
James B. Whitfield received, twenty-six thou- ThatR.. H. Hunter and H. .M. Lee were elected a ,trotig ,fat.ad.- ip
stores strength that it permanently cares. ad tWo hundred and sixty-five, 2f2625. members ofthe Houseeoepresent t aty oy, doing consisting of Piping, Pipe-fitting
Votes. State of Florida from e county of Hamilton. my housework up -
In fact, because of the character of Walter d Robinfmn received five thousand That William A. Fultnm wa s elected a memb er h s a s
-the. eas a p i. n a ounde and s et, 57,votes -- of the House of Representative of the .tae ofItohours_ W istle_
-the disease, and Peculiar merit of the The whole numberof votes east for Superin- Floridafrom the contyoofHernando. of th a Steam Gauges, Check and Glob
oos'Sarsaarilla th tendent of Public Instruction was thirty-three Tha meJmr Younfthe House oflRep resnftati efeh
remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla is thq.ony eand and ninety-five, 095, sof t oun andJ. sn afew Valves. Also, a fll line Ru
common sense treatment for catarrh. w reie of the Sta tv.vn rof Florida from the county of Hills- pabs. rhis ,nin L t h i,
_ouand and eighty-one, 27081, votes. mentis the rand-er Beltin, L
oo S a P SGeorgeeW Holmesreceived six thousand and -- -est remedy ever Leather, Belt Hoofs and St.a.
fo rtens .a.4p.te.lT X AS WONDER.i Holmes
tromlses to cure. and keeps the pyom- f 1he wholenumber of votes cast for Commis. -. made. Ji iIIl .A fll 1e and,.
Ise. ..o substitute for Hoo~dA's act hiketonerrof Agriculture was thirty-one thousand
e." No substitute for Hood'sac ume hundred and forty- three, :11143, votes of l great Dicovery. U .- I kmg. A fll e of Harne
S to get in E n received twent -five thou- One small bottle of Hall's Grea Mother and are Leater.
52d_ ve hundred and eight, 25508, vote. cover ,ures all kidney and bladder ,
Otto C. Putter wick received five thousandix ubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, Gelebrated hatt n
iiandlred and thirty five, 5M5. votes. seminal emissions, weak and lame I 0g Can
The whole number of votes cast for Justice of backs, rheumatism and all Iriregulani ties
SSupreme C twas thirty one thousond four of the kidneys and bladder in both mend wdl do for Vry woman what it did for the -
+d a twhich- "" rty our, .31434, votes of d women, latee bladder t bae a mother who rites the alove ta- V
4 hPrancls B. Carter received twenty-six h in children. I not sold by your dru knt. t Nt e it --,. t L I- L_.


he 1. w3. mhbe at cas@ ab There r twoy^ge^ ^ to the yolace. dt5or vhs tj
Si l a *adp et 167, 4sto f oa t ,,iuW, Its Tesefe te-
..a s ho-- I m s pP. .r asor e a "th e eg sister o f chest an d the a gb wt d
&M and twelve. 4M. of 1tea ohln l& Ourk wd e. a mesWb er of t b0 lbo

a-v, K .. ... "- a .". *, .5 t. Tm o i -" tn o e ^ e.. 1]. t i t ikem *mat .
4433. vats, .wee were cast agalnt 258. r Mcle ThesuT. K God her saBen. Dow0 werelc ted aTmeebermthe Bo ber.o eM u
VWo ling cH .o aSeb sor nremaef OTptheiSIeMa, ,,,lrf The gan, gT.e. come fromthe bridest of dr. .y-tbe

u0 L>O J l n r"- -* 2: .'i _-- K ... c. *. -l em b e -- -
-4t veer AO N ,les90g. I .W ,,msfae lr a) ,o e on1o ,+ as eeen^Se o tae a sh of
tun. Am" o .. ...... sa-aiat. d r lomdd fi the ou nty of L .e. ...
470-w I ere Wl ,w tes a stautafnalr'. s T ha &J. & lant and ed w erew iz of the nowe



..1 '- 1*17_ia- S--- --- m tcat w*lmam H coe elected Comp eet ee ....me from the b|ige
-_1 ller ou e atne of Mdr. o te sate of Flord fro county of l ,
et O w0 2Lalee WrtIe TShakCwae r Hary was eleted e member
Sw o b o B Tat Weilliam A. ewsCra was elf-ted Goveate fua dthe oaep nt ittey o jae .
lmo H Sd t tat of Peolds, mauo of fornd fm the c y Home f e Of ee

-embe, AD. Floidam. .mm T Wlu K.. -e*er e ao
=g*h* *f tq a*t Boardf.the Stat of ornvinudoofeowse oprseautofthe Stateof



a...s ....6.. T6at dBeniamin enir was elected nodera. CZ- H.me .....y o ye. @ ltha
SW 6 .i. nerm oioml of s a $ ctin. tobe- Thakt .laBlW.M OMlYo wa electeddag wem
nbgroller of the as raw e of *Floid-.o rie tase"feo u of beoy o

That John L. Crawford was elected Tecuretr so21 IIM Hi iGwM was elected.amember

v u e r,--A.- D o i.. I -o Sf t *e6 S ott of Florda.e o ofn. SfeHome.ft.tnrtor ttv. os f ethe .of
Sc eThat William B. am was elected A rn- Fsera ow te county of Lro eYouaof e t
GSouof 00 CoOfmTDt endera o1tbe a te eonofehtaH.o T!6".werea ad .edge
1oThaWilliam f. Reynold was elected Comp. elected mmbem fthemb15Me of e Hoen-lives
?AMU&s I 0troaloer of thes claw ofForidaof the sae of lrhida fromtcounty ofMai-
(See ofeon he e of the rkale of Flo. a.cont awod vi.Parsh w elected mem-






r.o A4 dwe,.Jodahn L CYaword, eretary o ,f State;r And we do deterrui and hereby declare m as v of the State of Florida from the county oPf
t ito Comtrollern, cooi a to the .o were, at .eec That W Pilliam Zewr and or W Cilliam J.
._~1 Oe dOte Pusamed met .taJTd tad.Taee am nI. cL in' was elected o- 2embm were elete d member s of the House of-
.Jeoaajied natithe b 8 tV declare Our detrmls, nh-'show the result ofn Ai thoer of Agricultum ofte V Mc tate of Flor. l fPa 'sltsI of the State of Flo rid f froms *6



p a.,date teBoMd metad po. a_ tomsbetaioti electedcd Sena tor fonUl. the l. Senatorial tri county of
No o an C .e.a wee ioriw thelyoaefenwfa ongreaofso ous Thn JnpemNeal uwas elected m eSenator .mm the Hfoomsecy.of oe and Z W a e
L IanWe tedtate f which-d that third Senatorial District of the Stas elete ofd Justice erof
hu er .nd rdandle, sixya.sM. 1 -thSpeeCr hBM.. --- os se of th.e co.ntes of Waltoe abd rtin meeofieHo f re ;o r
r W eiD a d f e m re received nt .. ten.o.owd-ief. ths tate 0 Florida from the county of ool-




m A.tand Jo aS received there thousand twoThat Will Booe was elected fr the T at J G. M n and A. lo
log ir e *4Wredi vby. w awn.t .n undreda. f-e h Senatorial Distrie of the Stateof of Florida elected member of the House of R epresent-
.s -a ond ~L -ea, a enAnyWheeoof L We ha.., hereunto set noeo det, ofme, and hereby deln Liberty asf tofe State of Florida from the c nty of.
l.]d of br, WIecol ,r theStat cmveSh o.fwn coel e lcoted r o m5 tc H A of Pu "T
Seh an .T WLIadjourneAM B AMAB.he. That Benamin F. Wirkiwas elected SenatAor ,. ep, Gener ourdeerd ourdeer H sveell werera B
V, Wm. H. REY OL Florida, composed o the counties of Citrss, Her- t the --o wetd f ro the con of Sat ....
sddeterml InMthe reul oo.hAndAthat at aid election IL V MeI Skillwasives of the state of Florida from the county of










Willa H. Els rceiTed twenty-e thou. Comptrol to be that- ele nandord Pom the l orial Orange.
4 and meveiev 28007. votes of That Thomah Palmer was elected Senator from -the ~n corun ett and Johla W D.vi R
Saael J. Hilbrn received tweey-dn the eleventh Senatorial DDistr istrct of the State of F...riaf. HeHonryf Cf.kMc,,,w a da ern -

Preirck I. Wilon received seven t dm That Engne F. Cttrell was elected Se+nator mThat J Pn B. KoMce was elected a member of
four handled and ninety-nine, 7400, T. from the twelfth Senatorial DIt- o( the State the +o=e-- of Rpntives of the atate of IFior-
Mrgt v. Weeks e eceived aelz ptho x of F eom of the counties of Lafayette ida from he oonty of umter leof -
hun sad n, IH. volm. ".... an .TheBfooHoemR. Umsteesd and John Grant wre






etrH.e ft th ved nve ousan of the United Th Wi.l. i .ouse was electeleted member ofthe o of Reprtatives

eight hundreambdae entyreix, 6876, tes ntrs wos elected Stoa o m f h^ That harlwde L. Smith and T. J. Sparkman
W.A. Weeksreceivedtenhundred an ninety do. t ew leOted s n from rthe we re elected members of the House of Re presnt-ves
.10. aWvote. n of ehe Florida, composed of the cnty of Brad. of .the State o Florida ftmfom the ounty ofPt
M. C -rlton received five hundred d thirty bA. ford was elected Senator elected me of the Hoe of Representatives
two.532,voea. That J. M. N.- Peacock was elected Senator h.at__jpn K. Wa ley was eleced a member
4. sreceived fou hundr."ewd'thre J UENERAL ELECTION. OD f te o'sev onth AnatorialDio t o oel reeno o e te o

sevenT., four, .a Vtecived -sve Wl. 1 That. A. Caron was elected Senator rm ida ffom ^he ouny o Waton
JohnC. Pepper received two ho adral. from the Ninetnth Senatorial District of the tate That estn W Anderson J. H. Harell w ere alect
SHhundreV Ed irtie. n. Le. .i RYNOL.t. of Florida, composed of the counties of Clranu, Her-eocdm mo of the H house of Representy ofe Sata

Amaad & Moo11 received seve hundt-e l and pand eolan Floda from the county ofFlo Wasfrmhington. e
sand and seven, reeived one thouRnd 1 nd Sa f l o t c y o oddaHo ^ o v Khe S o



C.H.Nareeid svn hured nd Vmber, A. D. 1900. That mer was elected senator from on here. e ave ereunto se
ent- eve. H777 rotreceived. -seventhe eleventh SenatorialD District of the e our han d and official sionatures this te-
rnhet.untermannreeived five ut" ,and of FFlorida, composed of the ounto ntyf .111snht meof e, Il eo, f 1 ere1 n
thosands bunde__ aeneiFd wenty-ive h .CERTIFIAss.d of the l state of orida from the countYoOf o of"









ineyeiht ough.98, votes. h LakU. N L -lOD



eiicm P. Weeilda received live hundred That WilliamEugene F. Cotrell wa elected Senatorfrom WILLIAM elected a member
lou hundred and twonine74 from t2 otehewelfnyth-Senatorial Dis-tritAofthe Statetof Attorney.ft General o *t
Udhrlmr C.ueb ood Weeke g a one thou'iml and OF TIE of pTE fjlo.^com p ofeda thee rt the Houoe of Repreenaiveo off the Stale of -












in C. Sth received six hund. 00, nation of vote by counties Fda compe of the counties of eeid from the county of Sumter.EYNOL OW RO It Vitiealth and Lif
PeoteraH. e reevedeve.ovn P T and Taylon. ct That B. F. plsteed and John H. Grant were









W.P. ered received four hundred and vnty That John W. Hidden was elected Senatorf elected members of lahe House of ldepresentaves t ld of
470! vohunde&Wft. .os. from the twentymsevenahtonatorial Distrie aof BLOODPOISON CURED BY B.B. B. S eu-. I cteta
Charles R. Dupont rd. Secretary ix State: the State of Florida, compoFed of toe counties of epodfh tce ents tob adwanne.
illimH. Reynolds optro ler Ootittin j. L. Crawford Secretary of tat, W. That Fabian law was elected Senator from the That Charles L. Smith and T. J. Sparkman
W.ad tate sBoarefeived ten hundred an ninety B. fifteenSLamar. Attorney- en atorial istriest ofthette of there elected members of the inaote m. the kind t
I dlSS.io nods, optroller onstile Florida, composed of the county of Brad. atives of thetaoIf Florida from the county of P P P
.the Ci election tobetated five hundre Mar-oCanar me at the oce ofd thirty ford. Volu. thai have .sted dor, hot a
-itwo. i uvoostesa tlinthcity ofClll. That J. A Peacockiliam was elected Senator Tnh atent medJphi K. aleiy wa elected a memberuickl-
W.J. Folks received four hundred tt19 from the Thirty-.tv oehfatorial District of the y touse of RepresenB. Botatives Blood Balm),te of.XTCYI
40 terrENwhcnum a reqred by lawE and poceeded tr eof Florida. composed of the county of t. Florida fronghly tested for 80 yea .HOe OPY WA PPER.
Toterotats N Bell tceived fiveund n wannemotion. That Daniel Cambell was the Board adjourned until e 2th C08 Celected uth? otatemberof









2^ ^UiivS fthe Ha oe tteofherdrinthandnt s AR aor Eprpei ostt"?Eftheng S^ors Flor-oo---s
sieve Caty- four.5, 74.vote. tmshat C. A-.Caofl was elected Senathor fomio fromthmo S ecounReoa aS ntis? opr e Coor- 1.
hundred and thirty-niede. erado. Harogh eeded to completethe.vaof FloTha George duheP. Blair was elected a member of Chcr? Ulcerat on the P S
Aolaes Jacksonr Jettcrein. eLafayetn the General Blei held in sai State on teth the Houee of BopreRentatives ee te State o ir nd entatives of the Ste 4
Leonty three. Liberty. votes.c. M dayo oemerA. .1900tch was elected ad that we have FrSdaenatoroomthelounty olBakerda from the county of Washiugto .
PoFan oa. Taylor Wakl lton caassedtheet ofthesaidleonfromthe from the Twenty-first Senatorial District of the That C. Duckworth wbouas ppl elected a member a recovery o
FrancisSutat eb loorin me opee ofthe th af t a of the House of Representatives of' *the State of










esewsn t ad and le itbe olee Ste atesofFl orf tat. te teteeroftheoucFlorida from will completely cOangef Taylorse a M av
C. tephen M. Sparkmansh received seven thirteev tho thirtvix thousand thvember, A. D. 19. y That uler was elected a r tion, free tro ereof., and kin ofP. P P., 's Great Remed. hereunto et
.enty-seven, '777ed and forty.the T-3nt-t440, vohrd. nato 2ia votes of which-Disct of ltheou moth with the gaowofdrfet health,
GBrowne Patterion received twofive hunsiand Stat of Florid, compWilliam S. Jenninged o received twenty-nine f the county of L B.FB. B. drai s teber, poiO out of the iS
William P2w. votNeeld received live undrdhundrd o 251 That R. H. Buford was elected a member of Secretay of Sta ste ca breth eady
tieof theStateof orida in the fty-eventh four hundred and hiyeight 438 votes That William HM Wilsner was elected Senatoa member broken down constitution and improves yf a teIAchto .PPaIi

ed received four hundred and event IM received six hundred and thirty- F oueoRe n othS o e eiJoh W r mayo test ITaste m at-dondao
And we, JohnaL P wfatri of e sard St ate: cn. ^ the State of Florida, compou ed of the counties of 1* tube s










i ilim H. Reynolds mptle itu1-- The whole number of votes cast for SecL.CrawfordSecretaryoftate, Win That Cw. k JFabian Law was elected a member of free of charge nt i the virte of P edine is true. A. M.









Sof State was thirty-o cber thousand Dix hundred fr Homte of iRprtsentativet of the State of B. B.'B. for Ba.e by dranic s B t lo od M Bam)acribed before me this August 4th, i8o.
nd A fur y and sixtyfour._33664_ votes of which- Florrda from the county of Citrus. tt ta of Florida. composed fr t J. M. LAMBERTt h. Ph Cosancde f 0e.teTo Tea


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Ue, Ua. 3- "that once upon a time a princess was K ..
"Much. One cannot pick too many born in this inn." h l ,, e made a ganes at it.
fresh ones. And let me tell you a les- Theold fello" elevated both eye- Then he leaned back to await results
son which you should have learned brows and shoulders a deprecating and shook hishead approvingly.
"By gorry, 'tis a fine rlekpy," he said.
"It ought to be," said the bartender.
S"I put in everything except the Ii-
eenee."-Chcago Record.
S" ,Ceee Adulteratitom.
,l" i ,. An examination of a sample of roas.
S ed coffee berries seized in Paris show-
; A qlr,4C i "Grett fs a aecret." maid ed them to be entirely artificial; cbem
,Ulln". .. and ,,, ,e eal analysis disclosed ash, gum, dex-
TABIrRS they were seeking and by the merebnt c the microscope showed
I *PAS J*JT m soun of hrvi. And It was I who e ee d
wound the clock. grains of wheat, starch. vegetable
wound. .ebris and aalmal airs. The berries
"Gretchen," said I, "time lags. Mak debri.andanial ar. Te ere
a servant out of me this morning. were beautifully molded.
I [ "Herr does the barmaid too much su a ""klc.
lDo c to r s honor with lowered eyes. There are plenty of snakes In amoa.
-1 am in the habit of doing anything but they are all barmlez. in certain
... please." districts it is a custom of the native
"Ah. herr, is one of those millionaires girls to wind live reptes around their
S I have read about!" necks and arm as ornaments for their
"Yes, I am very rich." I laughed* dbame--Two BIepuabl
G oo:'d .d[C^ B. Pj^'a-^.^rlB but Gretchen did not see the point. _
"Come, then, with me, and you shall When the stomach is tired out it must
weed the knoblauch patch." She was have a rest, but we can't live without
laughing at me, but I was not to be food. Kodol Dypsi Cure 'digest
abashed. what yo eat" so that you can eat all
S"To the patch be It. then!" I cried. the good food you want whe it is nre-
-i i i"ilAn onion would smell as sweet und.erIt ..... digestieyt di east.
Prescription" "any other name. "l s o o&All di nah.
p. oniSo Gretchen and I wenT into the a _A.O W -IN
I .. onion patch, and I weeded and hoed A. NOW LI .
"W e An...W.. N


amog o..lthn.s .s. l tu-. "What does bert do for. living?
a toslve. al thin* a Itn.i-a iwoutifi. He works so badly as a gardener."
a rose. lamci f ,."Here" holding'" fot'iM t n :vt res, riI..
.: leaning-on my hoe and breathing hea -
S-No." said ln: Il- 'tu :,.i :..'" S .-"Ach. one o those men W' ho tell
rashe sad noths -" ht w"e n sft '.t i n a. p -!5a such dreadful stories about kings and
pg a red rose re. a w on th prince who' cause men to go to
S" "he wore gloves lstveral sizes loo la ge -. -a i d eon- ; wir with, each other. who rouse the
S. for her, so I judged th:u her 'hanud4 iam.inwast'emS ignorant to deeds of violence--one
wi, ;, -- u- aere small and tender. perlitps white. I f- .u--s.m .- ofthose men wh-o an-more powerful
S-And as a e er ve than a king because they can undo
N @ it ets. despIte the 1iflilly . shoes, which suggested a more ,iti- s isS "Hold on'" I cried. dropping the ho. i
mate knowledge of velvets and silks-, i- mto was "What dQ you know about itm"
o'- T than of calico. In my mind s eye I "s (heli. Enough' sadly. I read the pa
placed her at the side of Phyllis. Phyl- ii. _M a l pers. I always look with fear upon a
-I5 q ad tO ApS the M lis reminded me of a Venus whom na.- ww teeal ome"SSd one of those men who can do so much
-. WO" -.. ture had whimsically. left unfinished. ,o. Sa t." goo.d and( yet who would do so much I
A AN THE w iAx Thnen she had turned from Veuu-s toEI .. .evIn oo ndyllwhMtodw ul.",
ARnS AND THE WO AN". 10.. ..> 1- .i.n "v--"yy S evil."
(Cntu, fro seventhh Diana. and Gretchen became evolv 1 di y meta j- I had never looked at it in that
.(Contnu.ed f.rom .ventn-h Pat.) _a Diana slim and willowy. A scu!p- T.a- mIem& Vlght before.
tor would have siid that Phyllis might thteountr. ~. e- .. .n "
eneeks" said I. and I drew back tlme have, Ien : gohh ess and t G1retcen a- I quitlleo of,.. th; y a.re ab nt s mnc
ewter1td.xquietly.."that.youare eabouts -uh
pewter d wood nuyinphi had not nature suddenly! Tiretmlil 5 (I P! Le t SS 0f a barma.id as I am a weeder of knob-
How long does llerr lntend to stay,? changed her plans .-What I adltired l Sucesss.- Teeev s clor ofeitent fled
asked Gretchen. In P'hyllis was her imlpe'rfect'I beauties. hitree ab he is-o--" awn M N e -j from Gretchen's.chseks. her eyes grew
"'o the day Is the evil thereof." hat I admired i Gre r troubled, nd he looked away.
I..... pp -- tmo....e d diean e.mxf r terte "Gretchen has a secret. said 1. "It
ing to do. -' c- -not---ar-a-- $ s nt- MM Wretmhef s
"Then you have the ambition con. For Over fiftt fears. andsp D os si, Is nothing to me what Gretchen
lTheng toydo."u he mtio o-r Over a it u natue seseos.b.t.. 1 secret is. I shall respect it and con-
mon to all: to sit around and let others ir. Window's Soothing Syrup hamA. aatinue to think of heronly as a bar-
Wait upon yoM." een s ed for over fiftyyears bymil ~ ern m sr t in, hink f h r R,, bar-sr R
"No. that rI not my ambition. wish hons of mothers for their children while Vsmle maid with-with a siperor eduton.
only to wait upon my own desires-and teething, with perfectsauccess.. ItSoothes SMm t1.t ow mand I shouldered the hoe. Come, let us
not those of tho--thl pthers." the child, softens the guma, allays all ansoreNo Wfah andgtoo back I'Mftm thirsty.
"It is all the- same." said I "ome -pa--, cures wind colic, and _. hebe .1 ,1i,"Thank you. berr." was the soft re-
"It Is isll the same.- said 1. "Some the and onr retntoth inwm adei
.. .. remedy for diarrhou. It- will relieve vy ,thht paot-r bone.d, .or butagse ply. Then Gretchen became as dumb.
most serve, others must be served." the -poor little sufferer immediately. '"Ms--I'U a" '.-bfp- e and our return to the inn was made in
When went up stairs to my room. old by druggists in every P ofr te. -, silence. Once there, however, she re-
It was my belief that a week or so at world. Twenty-five centsabotle. Be to mad covered. "l am sorry to have put you
the Inn would not bang heavy on my sre and ask for "Mrs. Wislow's Sooth- s Sa at such a disadvantage." glancing at
hands. I had forgoaen for the mo- ing Syrup," and take no other kind. ITM .i.my clothes which wr co-vered with
ment the princess or that I was hunt- FE SSiS-IS brown earth.
g for Hllars. It s strange how beutif perfections. Xnd they were _ha*- m s Let that be the least of your trou-
tace may upset ose's plans. Gretch- b t peintywr U. *a .'hare
men's likeness to Phyllis ,whom I loved, so alike and yet so. different. Have bes!" I cried gayly. Then I hummed
upset mine for many days to come you ever. seen a body of fresh water in English:
Sgazed from many window to come.xt ruffled by a sudden gust of wind, the ? 1 o".. %e, dew Gretcbe wiame
At I gased from my winIow thesnext o.V rwine -
morning I beheld the old innkeeper cool blue green tint which follows? SBrame n.t amber nectar ito me,
and Gretchen engaged in earnest con-. rtbheny a ve seen te cour o r w t win eag to me,
versation. He appeared to be pleading Gretchen's eyes. Have you ever seen movement. -rThey say tat of every whow qirit voice win v ag to me
ripe wheat In a sun shower? Then mn. It has become a trVe." If I had "Farom out tb mg divinely
W eneating-wh le she. merel you have seen the color of Gretchen's known the old man, I N ht have said So n 0styoieSr kn"waY
shook-her head and.. ". ."ho eo m 010You Hewe of thes hine!
iaO her eaaugy halr. All n all, I was forced to admit that he was sarcastic. No goblet's gold me- s cheer a me;
the old man lifted his hands to heaven that. from an Impartial and artl tic "Then there is no truth in it?" dis- Let no cut glass get ear to me;
and disappeared around the wing. view. Gretchen the barmaid was far appointedly. 04. Gethen, blae the beer to me
When I came down. Gretchen -was in more beautiful than Phyllis. Proa "Oh, I do not say there no truth in And put it a the teidl"
the gardens culling roses. She maid the standpoint of a lover it was al- the.. statement f err pardon me, thought I saw a smile on her lips,
they were for the table. t#^r a different matter is ethig I do no liketo .k but it was gone before I was certain.
"Very well." said I. "Give me one "'Gretchen," said 1. "you are very about" "Gott im himmel!" gasped the aston-
ow." ood looking." Ah then there is a er cr ished innkeeper as I went into tb4 bar-
"You may hae them all at the t "It would not be difficult to tell with lively interest ps g back room I till had the hoe over
,ble, .. .. l .nt ,- herr's nationality." chair. But the innkeeper shook his shoulder.
"But I shall not want them then." "Which means"- head determinedly "Never mind. meinm host. I've been
She gave me an enigmatical glance. "That the American says in one sen- ..Very well," I laughed "I shall ask weeding your knoblauch patch an a
then cut a rope for me which was with- tenc what it would take a German or Gretchen." method of killing time."
ered and worm eaten." brd. Frenhman several hundred sen He amled. .The sm, ch "Bui"- lie looked at Gretchen in
"Greten is unkind." observed. tences to say." Gretchen was growing good it will do you." e wato dismal .
What matters it whether the roe more interesting every minute. le brrm gg es e "It was I who led him there." said
be fresh or withered? It dies sooner "Then your mirror and lare not the the fireplace Her b were bare Grethen in answer to his inquiring
or later. Nothing lasts, not even the nly ones who have told you that you N eyes.
world Itself. You wish a ros" not te- ar as beautiful as Hebe herself Now i he te when.iIp and luU1 A significant glance passed between
"I' am not Hebe." coldly. "I am a troubles prove ap ai T only them. There was a question in his, a
..... ........ -por coldly. am mime emey -that p uces imme- command in hrs. pretended to be-
A Sure Tling f p"or barmaid, and I never spill any diate results is One MinDmeCou Care. command in hers. I pretended to be
A -transaionin which yu wine." It is very.pleasant to take can be re- examining the faded tints in the stein
lose A mrehin n s ck "So you understand mythology ." I lied upon to quickly. cure oughs, colds I held- in my hand. I was thinking.
headache ofu-ed fever, piles cried in wonder. and all lung diseases. Ig vill prevent "Since when has an innkeeper waited
and a thousand other ills are caused by "loes he r- think that all barmaids -ne tn. All- on the wishes of his barmaid
comaiption and asl h liver. Casca- are as ignorant as fiction and ill mean- they were sianaii ; u. Wi ,e aid .aur- after all.
reta Candy Ca tc, the wonderful ing novelists depict them? I have had prisinglv well- kipt. (CONTIIUED NEXT WEEK )
new liver stimulant and inte-tilal tonie a fair education." iretchei.n." s::i"! "I .:,,mt you to
ae n byll drugits guaran eed to cure lf I ever was'guilty of thinking so." 11 me the h I-l';r ih.1 :-" What He Waited e..
or money refuinded C. C. C. are a mire
thing. Try a box to-day; 25c. c. said i. answering her question, "I "The leg.nd."" "* An inspector of Irish schools tells a
Sample and booklet free. See our big promise never to think so again." "Yes: about -t hie Io;'i s -w"ho was good story, says the Newcastle (Eng-
ad. "AndAmnow will herr go to his break-, Iorn here." land) Chronicle. At a school where he
fast and let mue attend to my duties?"- Gre.c-h -n laiugime! :i n;,rw 1iaugh. The made a surprise visit a little boy hap-
cause it is a rose. fresh and fragrant, "Not without regret" I said gallant- laugh Zi41. -Y(I i: ..' an juhaising per- opened to come in for the first time and
but because I gile it to you." jy. I Iowed to her as they bowed in mon"' | stepped up to the inspector at once.
"You wrong me. Gretchen. I lor a the days of the beaus. while she looked "AI. the Amier'c.ri .is AIlways after "Sit there for the present." said the
rose better than I love a woUmn. It ou suspiciously. At the breakfast table lg"nds when hi h;as tireij of collecting Inspector, indicating the desired spot.
never smiles falsely, the rose. or plays I proceeded to bombard the innkeeper, atiquitaes. Was t here a princess b. :ru The boy obeyed readily, and when
with the hearts of m". I love a rose I wanted to know more about Gret- hare? Perhaps. At any m te itis not the inspect* had finished his multit-
because it Is sweet and because it was bhen. "Is Grotchen your daughter?'" I legend. History nor peas ntry makes dinous inquiries into the knowledge of
made for man's pleasure and not for began. nation of it. Will herr so kind as geography, grammar and arithmetic
his pain." "No; I am only her godfatherr" .he. ti carry tlhe lailer, to the mantel so I possessed by the children be found that
"That sounds like a copy book," said. "Does herr wish anotlier egg?' may wind the -lock?"-' the boy still sat In the same spot
laughed Gretchen. "The withered rose "Thanks. She is very well educated I d(o so. Even at this e.rly stage 1 'What are you waiting for, my boy?"
should teach you a lesson." for a barmaid." could see that Gretchen ad the fac. "Please, sir, I am waiting for the
"What lesson?" "Yes. Does herr wish Rhine wine?" i)ty of making persons forget what present"
"That whatever a woman gives to "Coffee is plenty. Has Gretchen seen "
man withers in the exchange-a rose. m.an Americans?" i bme. Rikekrs.
a woman's love." "w Per s herr would like a "\ The Irishman who had never tasted
SSaid I reproachfully: "You are spoil- knoblauch with salt and vinegar?" a a gin riekey ordered one so asto im-
ing a very pretty picture. What do ocnrred to me that Grethen was press his riends. The bartender never
you know about philosophy?" not to be discussed,-so I made for an- a ear of a rey, but e was
"What does herr know about roses'?" other channeL "1 have h d said I, ashamed to admit his ignorance, so he
d- onth nut a mixing glass under the bar and


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^rowers of 4450tW h and

(1O uio W.y as the South rida
ociaon of St.
k iro as to include the own of
every- pple shed in the tate.
The Obeneft already derivedifron
the present smaller organization
re allegedto be so manifest Jto all
: e growers, that it is arguedthat
there is no good reason why ithe
farmers in the State should not'come
into one large association, ai! not
only benefit themselves individually,
abut by making the organization
.stronger, benefit the whole industry.
With this end in view, \ the
-. growers have been invited to meet
fin Tampa on January the 2.3d to
*consider the project and to effect an
*organization. If successfully car-
wiel' through it will be one
-of 4te most important gath-
ering -ever held in the State
ad will be of incalculable benefit to
all itseeembers. It will be practi-
cally a trust, a pine- grower's
rtrust, as it will control the product
-of-all the shedded pineapple farms
in the State. The same method 6f
consolidation had already beep suc-
ceasfuly tried by the fish interests of
the State, when they formed a# asso-
and Ice Company, which co rolled
the catch of the fisheries of East
Gulf Coast. Before that o niza-
tiom, the individual, fishermen ere at
the mercy of the unscrupulo deal-
-ers, and suffered continual losses.
All of which has been preve ed by
-their consolidation.
So with the individual pi apple
grower, who has suffered the same
losses and drawbacks, and w11 de-
-rive the-same advantages whe he be-
-..comes a part of a big company.
When the organization is etfected
and the company formed, every
grower will ship his product to a
central shipping point and tlen the
company will be able to handle the
fruit intelligeptly, pack and b dran-i
-in the company's name and obtain
uniform grades and of course et bet-
ter prices, tharu would be poss le for
the individual grower.
The oanization will be, however,
-.. nothing 'more nor less than a
Strost an association of indi-
widual producers into a company for
Sthe purpose of controlling the price
of their products that is o say a


pine apple growers trust -, which
seems somewhat incongruous in a
state, that hardly a month age gave,
practically, a unanimous vote 1i favor
of the candidates of a party, the chief
-plank of whose platform was denun-
,itorv of trusts and which ascribed to
their evil influence, early all the ills
and4hortcomings of our gove ment.
The Governor's Ouards
At last the old ship has p edi out!
She has been manned at fferent
-times by some good and nob e men;
but for some time past she been
-without a captain. In fact* he has
almost been without a rud r, but
she stood, during her d rtion,
ready and waiting to be re-o cered.
The unsympathetic public' passed
and repassed her with an awe, and
wondering, in its careless way, what
would become of her. On last Mon-
day night, according to. an order to
.elect officers by Adjutant-General
Houstoun, the same was done, and
the old weather-beaten, butt sturdy
,monster pulled out froin her moor-
ings, as it were, and has gone on
agamn rejoicing. ,
It mattered not with the. Gover-
vor's Guards a few months o who
-disoovered the United Stt they
were trying to find out who disov.
-red China. And having dled tc
go ever Lhere and secure th share
of apig tails the 'are n with
#iaw nnewli, et officers, y tc


J' ANNIVERSARY DEBATE.

irW's Opera House December 17th, 4
, ., 39
Next Monday night at 8 o'clock
there will be rendered at the opera
house a very interesting program of
the third anniversary exercises of
the Platonic .Debating Society of
the West Florida Seminary. The
speakers on the debate are among
the older members of the society,
and the question to be discussed is a
live one and one of importance to
every citizen just at this time.
Besides the debate, the society has
extended its program somewhat in
having the acceptance of the Hon.
W. N. Sheats to address the mem-i
bers, and the audience; Miss Jessie
Edmondson will recite "rhe Song of
the Spinners;" and there will be
good music furnished by Messrs.
Day and Wight, and Miss Edmond-
son.
The small amount of ten cents
will be charged for admission to help
defray the expenses of the occasion.
Following is the program:
Professor Long-............ Presiding
Piano Solo............. Mr. Gaston Day
Recitation-' -Song of the Spinning
Wheel"..... Miss Jessie E Imondson
DEBATE. '
Question-Resolved, that there should be
an educational qualification
for saffrage.
Affirmative-Mr. W. B. Crawford.
Negative-Mr. W. M. McIntosh, Jr.
Violin Solo..........Mr. Geo. Wight
Affirmative-Mr. Emmett Wilson.
Negative-Mr. F. B. Winthrop.
Piano Solo ......Miss Jessie Edmondson
Address.. ..Hon. W. N. Sheats, State
Supt. Pub. Inst. .
Violin Sol............... Mr. Geo. Wight
Decision of judges.
Board of County Commissioners.
The regular meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners was held
on Monday, December 10, 1900. The
following members were present: L.
C. Yaeger, chairman, E. C. Smith,
L. A. Roberts, M. H. Johnson
and W. J. Johnson.
The minutes of the former meeting
were read and approved. The fol-
lowing accounts were examined, ap-
proved and ordered paid.
Mtry Davis, county poor......... 00
Mary Coleman, county poor...... oo
E D Rhodes, county poor ......... 5 00
Jfas Bond, county poor-........... 00
Henry Tuten, county poor..... -.... 1 50
Mary Williams. county poor...... 3 00
Laurence Powell, county.poor.... 1 5(0
H C Herring, county poor.....-.. 3 00
Becky Ward, county poor......... 5 O
Sam Johnson, county poor ....... 1 50
Pllen Everett, county poor....... 3 0W
Matthew Curtis, county poor.. .. I 5-
Solomon Smith, county poor...... 1 5o
Mary Stephens, county poor......5 o 0
tebeccaReagan, county poor ...: 5 0O
Sarah Ann Walker, county poor..' i so
Richard Carpenter, county poor.. 2 .00
Sarah Sampson. county poor..... 3 0
Joe Smith, county poor.......... 1 50
Martha Carroll, county poor...... 5 00
Dilie.Spears, county-poor........ 3 00
Starling Hunter, county poor.... 1 5
Mary Hartafleld. county poor2..... 3 ]
aannah Willis, county poor...... 4 00]
Rachel Wilon, county poor.. ... 1 00
Elizabeth McFail,countypoor.... 2
Melinda Casonm. county poor. ....
Violet Jackson, county poo. ..,... 1 54
Wilson Winfrey, county poor..... 1 5
Levy Hays, county poor........ 1 0W
Ann Itimes, countypoor........ 1 5(
Henry Hawkins, county poor.... 3 00
M rne ds, county poor........ 10 OC
C A Bryan, county auditor....... 50 0
Geo W Hale. janitor court house. 20 00
Tallahaaee Lumber Co., (rent of
armory.... 300
los Duncan, coffins for paupers... 10 00
R A Whitfield, fees insanity cases 2 00
H E Palmer, fees examining luna-
tic............. ............. ... 2 0(
J L Thomas, committee examining
lunatic-............. ........... 1 --
J W Coles, committee examining
lunatic.................................... 1 (
J. D. Perkins, jurors fees coroners


inquest........................ ... ..... 6 0(
E. B. Manning, justice-peace fees. 3 3(
Jerry Bentley, constable fees-....... 3 ;5
Capital City Light and Fuel Co.
ga ............... .. ............. ...... 5(
Ball, Demilly & Co., box soap....... 2 9(
R A Whitfield, fees inquest ........ 4 8(
Trustees Leon County Bonds (corn) 55) 5
J E Whitebead, for election ex-
penses.......... ................. 5 0(
E W Clark. stationery .......... 5 --(
(eo H Averitt, work on public
road ............................ 16 8
W F Grambling, work on public
road .............. ............. 7 5
E B Manning, lumber for public
road............... .. .......... 2 5
Stephen Coggins, lumber for
public road.................. 2 54
Taylor & Child, lumber for public
road.......................... 6 7
Biyan S. Allen, work on public
road..................... .... 11
E. M. Mabrv, work on piblic road 1 5
-John G. Collins, stationery circuit
court...................... 11 4V
Weekly 'Talhibasseean, printing
and stationery........ ........... 11 o
George W. Hale, services during
court ... ....... ..... ......
George W. Hale, cash for light-
wood....................... 4 0
W. R. Wilson, merchandise for
prisoners.................... 40 V
* Dr. Geo. H. Gwynn, services to
S rioners...................... 10
,e Tahawe Drug Co., medicine for
Sprivoner...................... 2 7(
L. C. Yaeger, merchandise for
Scounty.. .................. 24 &


Proceedings of the Supreme Court.
The Jacksonville Terminal Com-
pany, Plaintiff in Error, vs. The State
of Florida ex rel. W. B. Lamar, At-
torney-General, et al., Defendant in
Error.-Duval county. Writ of er-
ror disniissed. Opinion per curiam.
John E. Hartridge, for plaintiff in
error.
Simeon Strickland, Plaintiff in
Error, vs. Louisville & Nashville
Railroad Co., Defendant in Error.-
Walton county. Motion to vacate
order of dismissal and to reinstate
upon the docket denied. D. L. Mc.
Kinnon, for plaintiff in error, Daniel
Campbell, for defendant in error.
Minnie Halle et al, Appellants, vs.
J. R. Einstein, Appellee.-Duval
county. Motion and petition to va-
cate order of dismissal and to rein-
state upon the docket denied. R. H.
Liggett and Geo. P. Raney, for ap-
pellant; F. W. Pope, for appellee.
Rountree & Co, Plaintiffs in Er-
ror, vs. Richard J. Stansel, Defend-
ant in Error.-Madison county. Mo-
tion to dismiss writ of error denied.
H. J. McCall, for motion; W. C. Mc-
Call, contra.
William C. Middleton et al., Ap-
pellants, vs. The City of St. Augus-
tine_ et al., Appellees.-St. Johns
county. Petition for rehearing de-


W Avweti, jomtioe jfoee.. -i
SamCroomooeotabloe ..... 80
W H.A.vurit, wiew fe< justice
Sma our........... .... 1
J BCcaner, justice fees.... -86s
J B Coner, jurors u witae
fe jsni peace ort........ 4
Jack onstle fe......... 870
J D Perkine, jurors ada taen,
coroner's inquest.......:..... 4 00
J P Smith, ojutie peaoe fe.... 2 70
J P St juror and wite fees -
jtce Wpecourt........ 400
8 Fhein co. oStables feeS.. 4 52
B A.Whitaeld, county judge f 4 is
J A Pearee, heriff fees......... 880
J A Pearce, feed p ...ooer.........7 7
SA Witfied, county judge .... 2 3
J A Pearce,eriff fees............110
J A Pearce, distributing ballot
Ibozes............ ..... 47 50
J A Pearce, inquest fees.......... 4 75
SW A Demilly................... 8387
J D Perkins, clerks, inspectors,
etc..election ..................19880
Weekly Talahameean, ad., Phil
Oraham, murderer.......... .... 7-50
SH Johnson, road superintendent 75 00
Jno D Perkins, witnew fees circuit
court, falltert.a 1900 ..........1, 2020
Miss Jane Johnson, county poor.. 5 00
Jo3 Perkins. constable...... ....... 2 00
It is ordered that Jane Johnson
be allowed live dollars per month
from county poor fund and a .war-
rant for that amount be draw at this
meeting.
It is ordered that the account of
Joe Perkins, acting as deputy sheriff
at Election Precinct No. 11, be paid,
and a warrant for two dollars, the
amount of said account, be drawn at
this meeting. .
It is ordered that the county, offi-
cers give bonds in the following
amounts: County Judge, $2,000;
Clerk Circuit Court, $2,00p; Sheriff,
V5,000; Tax Collector,' 24,000;
County Treasurer, $15,000.
The bonds of most of the county
officers and justices of the peace of
the several districts of the county
were filed and approved by the
Board.
A petition signed by 44 persons,
residents of Precinct No. 18, for a
change of the voting place in Pre-
cinct No. 18, was read and deferred
for action until the next meeting of
the Board.
Proposals- for repairing roof of
court house were read and passed
until next meeting of Board.
The petition of B. II. Chambers
and others for change of rQad oppo-
site the Bradwell place set for c'nsid.
eration today, after hearing the argu-
ments of counsel for the opponents ol
the change, was continued until next
meeting of the board.
It is ordered that the Board of
County. Commissioners of Leon
county will and does hereby offer a
reward of 'obe hundred dollars for
the arrest and.detention of Phil Gris-
ham, .under indictment for murder,
found fall term, 1900, Circuit Court
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A Gift to Give.
It is often difficult to decide what
aet your friend for holiday gifts. He n
. is -a suggestion:
"Good morning. Jennie. I havE
brought you a nice present," said Ger
trudeas she handed her friend a. neatly
wrapped package. ... .
The pale, weary looking girl, who was
slowly recovering from severe illness,
Sopened the bundle and held up a large
bottle of clear, rich medicine.
"Hood's Sarsaparilla'" she exclaimed
"I have been reading about it today and
, wished I had a bottle.
On New Year Day Jennie was able tc
be out o the street, and to her friend,
who remarked how well she was look-
ing she simply said, "Hood's Sarsapa
riua," and every one of them knew ii
was this great medicine thathad giveE
Back her health.


may increase to 100,000. The Dem-
ocrats made no attempt to prevent'
its passage, knowing it to be useless.
By a parliamentary trick, the bill was
sent to the Senate as a substitute for
the artillery bill passed by the upper
House last May, and thus would not
ordinarily come up for general de-
bate in that body. By this means, it
was hoped to prevent a full discus-
sion of its clauses, and to force the
Seniate to vote outright on its accep- i
tance or rejection. It goes without
saying that this was a very doubtful
subterfuge, as the bill as passed bore
absolutely no resemblance to the'
original one that passed the Senate,
and it was very properly sat down
upon in the upper body, where it is
announced, it will be fully debated.
The Senate it i- hoped, will insist on
restoring the staff provisions recom-
mended by Secretary Root and
stricken out in the House Commit-
tee on Military Affairs by the influ-
ence of the bureau chiefs. In the
Senate are two Ex-Secretaries of
War, Senators Proctor and Elmins,
both of whom declare positively that
the bill shall either pass with the
staff propositions or not at all. Al-
though they may not exactly mean
this, their influence makes it proba-
ble that the provisions will bh incor-
porated in the bill as signed by the
President.
The discussion of the Hay-Paun-
cefote treaty in Executive session in
the Senate has shed new light on the
subject and has shown more plainly
than before how absolute is the sur-
render of Secretary Hay ,to the
-wishes of Great- Britain. It is now
admitted that if the'treaty be ratified
as submitted and without -amend-,
ment, it will permit free passage of.
the canal to an enemy of the United
States which can get within the three
miles limit and will preserve that
enemy from all attack until it; gets
three miles beyond the other termi-
nus.. To this the honor of the Uni-
ted States will be pledged. Even
the Davis amendment will not per-
mit fortifications, as most people be-
lieve, but it will allow the United
States to send its fleets to hover off
the mouths of the canals and engage
any enemy that tries to enter. As
the treaty stands, this is prohibited.
What is probably the most outrag-
eous bill of its kind ever proposed
was reported favorably by the House
Civil Service Commiittee, by snap ac-
tion, sometime ago and will soon come
up for consideration in the House.
The bill is simple enough on its face
and until its provisions are explained,
would seem reasonable enough. It
provides that all veterans, for what-
ever cause they left the service, shall
have priority of appointment an I
promotion in all grades of the civil
service, no matter how much more
useful and able others may be. The
viciousness of the bill lies in its dis-
regard of the State apportionments
in making appointments and propor-
tions. At present, government
clerkships are apportioned amonn
the States according to their popula-
tion. That is to say each- State has
whit is called its .iuota of appoint-
ments. When vacancies occur in a
State's quo'a they are filled by exam-
inations held in that State. This
new bill disregards. this plan of appor-
tionment. For instance, if there is a
vacancy for apportionment or pro-
motion in Losisiana's quota, and a
Union veteran from Maine who
served for thiee months in the war


^ Benjamin F. Kirk, defendant
-!.eror.-ernando 'county. Jdg-
i eat iffirmeA, order Per Cariam.-
(Mabry, dissenting.) R. W. Wil-
liams and W. S. Jennings, 'or plain-
tiffin error, G. C. Martin, GeMo. P.
Raney and John A. Henderson, for
defendant in error.
Charles G. Wilson and Frank E.
Saxon, as Gwanishee, plaintiffs- in er-
ror, vs. Benjamin F. Kirk, defendant
in error.-Hernando county. Writ
of error dismissed, order Per Curium.
R. W. Will.ams and W. S. Jennings,
for plaintiffs in error, G. C. Martin,
Geo. P. Raney and John A. Hender-
son, for defendant in error.
v Ex Parte R. T. Wynne and Judge
Wynne, alias R. T. Wynne, Jr,
Petitioners.-Volusia county. Peti-
-tion for writ of certiorari denied.
John W. Price and J. B. Whitfield,
for Petitioners.
vIuam.to eW'm."
Especially valuable to women is Browa
Iron BitterM Baekaee vanishes, hmeadwhe
di"ppmtrength takethe plcof
&and the gSlow of er reply
esmesto the a]iM cheek when t won-
derfulrm edy taken. For ekly children
oroverworked-en it ha no equal. Nohome
should be without this &Bmu remedy.
BrowinM'Iron Bitein miM by all deas.
Washingto. Badget..
(Continued from First Page.)


OSebsiftlee dvpa Dec.1, 19M.
Read aown. Rad.


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otin t id a to all the o*ices
o4te G..A.. 1 a t qthe North.
President MSKinley and Sedretary
Gage are letting it be known, that
y are very mnch opposed to the
p qfotio adopted by the House
.oiNV ee on Waypqand Means to
cut down the war taxes by 440,000,-
0)0 per year. A reduction of $30,-
0000,000 wais recommended by the
President amd this would have been
easily arranged, had it not been for
the brewers. But the cut of nearly-
$10,000,000 in the tar on their pro-
duct is'the rub. However, this will
stand, .whatever else has to be taxed
to make up the difference. The
strength of the movement for the re-
duction of this tax may be under-
stood from the fact that the sudden
conversion of the Ways and Means
'Committee is generally credited to
Speaker flenderson himself, and it is
significant that the- change was not
made until after the Speaker's-most
recent appointee, Mr. Babcock, of
Wisconsin, came into the committee.
Mr. Babcock, it will pe remembered,
was Chairman of 4h. Republican
Congressional Camp4igir Committee
and no doubt "touched" the brewers
for their subscriptions. Now he is
repaying the debt. The brewers
Slobby has all along declared that it
,owned the Senate, so there is little
Doubt that the grant will go through,
whatever else may fail.

Citatif Notince.
In Circuit Court, Second Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida, in and for Leon
county, ii chancery.
Robert H. Mickler vs. Bessie L. Smith. in her
own right, and L D. Smith, her husband, In
right of his wife and in his own right -Fore-
closure of Mortg.ige.
On considering the affidavit of Robert II.
Mickler, complainant herein, duly sworn to by
-aid complal giant. on this 6th day of December
A. D. 1900, and duly. filed at said time with
the Bill of Complaint in above cause which is
filed on said DeeemtTr 6th. A D 1900, in
which affidavit said affiant state- under oath his
belief that the residence of said defendant Bessie
L. Smith is Atlanta. Georgia, and that the rmi-
'lene of said defendant L b. Smith is Gaiues-
ville, G-orgia; and that there is no person in
this State, the service of a sub.oena upon whom
would bind said named defendants: and further
states his belief that said defendants are each
over twenty-one year- of uge. it i, ordered that
said nmed defendauc. d i each appear to maid
I1lliou the first Monday o January, the seventh
(lay thereof. A. D. 1Ml : and that this order he
published once a week for four consecutive
weeks in the Weekly 'lalias-ecan. a newspa -
per published in the city of lallahassee, Ieon
county. Florida.
D)one anWl ordtrel this the sixth bday of De-
her. A ID. !INN).
S -l.) ('>-NITL A. BRVAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Leon County, Flori ia.
;TATE W FLOitIDA. I
Co mtyof Leon.
1, Council A. Bry.in. Cler; of the Cireuit Cjourt
in and for sme county aforesaid, do hereby cer ify
that the above and foregoing is ;a true and correct
(-opy of the original of record and on tile in my
office.
Witness any hand an.l oflliial s-al this sixth
day of ket-ember. A. D. ItPR.
(Seal.) C.UN'.IL A. BRY iLK,
41- t Clerk.


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t eae W peHRon imtedre i n
F *ILD s bscribingftetothe e.
Fund. tSeibe any amnt
"iOl) s deolmd- bsrpas f tlow,
a- $-o. 0s 0sWlllasisedoo
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$7.00 FELD F.owES,.
(cloth bound. 8xll)
BOOKvv' of ontain- .as -
leonThe booko of Fie s best and
m book- _O re Pmenta&vewok
S-the Century and i tids Ptor delivery
fandsomely But for the noble contrbuf -
illttrated dion of the world'gt
by of the rt th orlds ,,, .caO
Swrd s_ have been manueu fre
greaest ar- less than 7 ctur00. edfor
is The fund created is di-

of a Monum~ent to the memory. of the be
loved poet of Childhoo A ddre%"
180 meree st., Cca .
If you also wish o sendostage. enclose lc.
Mention this paper as ad is inreMtr aj coatri.
MILLNERn.


-FOR-


Falland ateit


Miss Adele Gerard


Has now open a select assortment of
M Ilinery and Fancy (G xxis


Infant Caps in variety.


Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Hpiery. Etc.
Wools. .inens. and other materials for
Fancy Work.


Kid G~lov-es a Specialt-..


Orders by mail protnptly and carefully
filled.


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


A WONDERFUL.


HouseholId Medicine.
Cures Nera~, Rheumatic; Nervous or Spasmtcic Pains,
Toothache, iad4ache, Backiche, Sprains, Brues, Lime-
ness, Cramp ,lie. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Sting Insects,
Swelling. of Kinds, Stiff Neck, Soreness, Se Throat,
Sick Stomac or Sea Sickness. In cases of Bid Coughs,
Colds or Pnuiemonia, it affords

QUICK RELIEF.


C.u re,


NoO i 8y.


SWEET HERB

LIVER REGULATOR
-FOR- A
Billiousness, Constipation, ftartbarn, InIigestioa, Headache, an-i all
Ailments resulting from a Disordered Liver, such as Loss of
Appetite, Despondency, Blues, Weakness, Tired Feeling
and Inactivity of the Mind.
It stimulates and purifies the Blood.


Cures


Sold


Japanese Eye W jter
Sore or Inflamed Kyes, Granulated Eye Lids, an- is soothing an
strengthening to Weak Eyes.


on a: Guaraitee--No Cure, 'o Pa9.
Never pain the eye to use it, but is guaranteed to cure
sore eyes,'uicler than any other remedy ever used.


To Horse

If you own mules


Wa ker'
$'


IMPORTANT
Owner and Stock Dealers.

or horses, you should by all means keep at ready
command -

> Dead Shot Colic Cure
POR MULES AND HORSES


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,Wlb.. oe.. .
S C; K mpp was in hM city last

a. it .iL s gaee, O S..A.g


ThIe eBe ver a ltver i l o
are DWI'l e
never ip. BO dml.
Sbe1 o. B. McIUd. l.biribg, Cld
oAgrtAulvtu eet, is t the

m I. Don MoLeod. of rawtord-
e, county Jude delect -of WakuDa
was in the city teay.
H.- see"s aoo bym per-
?fe danger. Aeglected
or cold may sm- bee shouldd be stopped aKoe. On.
vstecoAugh Cure q kddy cures
S andcoldas ad the wot cases oat
bronchit 4 a nd other
oat and lung 4 w .dea
Cbrkrna bolift wilR m be on
iga s cantoa
in the windows of our 0ops.
' We noticed a ver yne wild goose
Before Mr.. T. BD w store
-Friday, oe of five kuld by Mr.
Garner on the Gulf, earPa

LDr. A. Sin sPs UT Iver Medicine
out all IMajiritims ti the 8y-
and expels them harmlely by the
cbeandm .


.l of our Georga exc ge are
of the Georgia srp having
a finAe reputation over the comn
Florida, Leon count eWpeacally.,
fiew better syu7,9 se Aw o ld ship
Imrrels to Georgia one.
j. W. Trammell. the Superin-
of the Florida Hospital for the
at Chattaboochee, was at the
on Wednesday attending to im-
business matters connected with
Sbuiiltiton.
SIf you feel Dull, Languid. Broken
Imn, Debilitated, have Weak Stomach
.Or digestion, use Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine.
Dr. Palmer is drivinbehind pair of
ced blacks, that he had Mr WOW bring
out for him from the. West.
Mr. RensldoVanBrunts,of Micouklie,
was in the city yesterday shakk hands
with his numerous friends.
Mr. Sidney Coxeiter, who ias been
for the past year the Western Uoion op-
erator in this city, has been traferred
tj and will assume charge of te office
at Palm Beach, and leaves for that place
this week.
Dr. M.A. Simmons Liver MItedicine
has since 1840 steadily risen in public fa-
var. and the demand for it far exceeds
thaiof any other Liver Medicine.1
F. L McConnell, agent of the Jillette
Show, while here gave the TAt.L.AwAS-
srAN an order for ; large, job o job
work.
SF. L cConnellgen of Ahe illette
Novelty Comany, t own day.

nday eight, December 16. ,


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Adjutant-General Houstoun,b
A. Demilly and Captain B. .
roghs, of Jac lie, ,went I
oose Creek gfterdt a geme,
4ay.
Mrs. Annie Eppa, Harlem. Ga..
Have used Dr. M. A. Simamowm
Medicine 15 years. tcured me
ach and Liver Trdubles caused by
Liver. Would notglve one
it for a dozen of either Zellin'8
Draught.
Mr. S. R. Lleming. formerly the
ator for the C. T. & G. R. B.. has
charge of the Western Union offlo
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wi ie te operatoU r Fereater. r
Attorney-General Lamar is in iack-
sonville this week looking after* the
State's interwt In the case against C.
& P. R. R. for back taxes.
The Executive Committee of the alla-
hasmeeOapita League has returned the
iadividual.subscribera 75 per cent. the
money contributed for the Capital m.-
iugn. This speaks volumes in i f. of
the manner in which the commi -
acted the campaign.
When you need a soothing and eal
antLeptic application for an ur.
u, se the original DeWiWt's itch
Salve, a well known u for
and skin diseases. It heals
without leaving a scar. Beware of .n-
ereits. All dealers
Miss Miriam Choate. of P
who has been visiting friends in -
onville during Gala Week, stped .. er
here en route home, and will pay a it
Of a week or ten days among her nm r-
OlS friends.
Mr. Wmin. Hopkins, of Jackson if,
who is prominent in the legging I --
Vet of that section, was in town ye -
day on business.
If troubled with Tnis,;ns,
Tongue, Bitter Taste in Mouth,
Feeling after eating, ons p tiOa : or
Sick Headache, use Dr. M. A. 8i w
Liver Medicine.
The King's Daughters will 'hold tr
annual bazaar and festival tog r,
Friday afternoon and vemai ,
proceeds of the bazsar will be 'eed -
wardi- rising funds with whicb tol
S' -ial on the lot, already
fI Ite purpose bytheKinmgs
i s an object that is worthy t the
coragemert of every ooe And we


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abr. W. K. Lea ,Denht. Phase N191 Mr. bOVISS HiOOG, )m t. es
418,t ni it tobao gawerj, .waVin h!.t
Mr. J.L Morgapn, Florida aWilroad dsy ... nday
CmUmmlouoer, lmst forhome y= Eon. J. L. Young, of Plas City, e-
whem he wi sped the Ctstmmahoti c ected to the gislatUre from
^y.. ws Hounty, is at tbhe
Exmnato R. F.Roe. R gisfAke City, is
iso"n^ ^ ^ I PfeB p otiEEdwin G. Weed, J Auld
te this wek neb laanL.d FIowler, of Jackonl, were
A c ouh or Ia rippe n b here today, bound for Carrabelleand

s Bey san& Tar. Beware otf A6 uw a o Mt.A .
,, a .' Wht&B ro. s, .. I w Atte la iL
Mr B.. A. Negianswie having several %m u'm
AT comfortabe Quattr honuseserectd st


in the western section of the city.
SMr. A Stevenson, who has bpen o end-
utbe Pas summer at Scale Mound,
IL, returned hom.on Friday last
Mr. Max Flata"r returned from New
York lst Friday accomaned by is
bride. His many friends in this com-
munity, wis him a happy married lifhe.
DeWitt' little Ealy Rerare dainty
little pills, but they never fail to cleanse
the liver, removes obetUicUons and- in-
vigorates the system. Alldealers.
The students of the We-t Florida
semlnary will present before .their
friends, the Tallahassee public, a play
the sequel of the Deacon, which was Ms
ngby that perfoane deserve to
have a packed. rond overflowing house.
If a good play well performed is any
reason to expect such a house, they will
have one.


Captain B. M. Burroughs, of Jackson-
ville, arrived yesterday and will form
one of a party of several gptlem nonu a
camp hunt to the coast.
Mr. Eugene Britton left on Monday
for Vicksabrg, Miss., where he will re-
side in the future.
Col. D. L. McKinnon, a prominent at-
torney of Marianna, was in the city yes-
terday in attendance before our Su-
preme Court.
Mr. H. A. Bishop President of the
Park National Bank, of Cleveland,
Ohio, arrived a day or two ago to spend
a few days In hunting. Mr. Bishop has
been a regular winter visitor for the
last ten years. His family will follow
him later.
In cases ot catarrh Hood's Sarasparilla
heals the tisuee, builds up the system,
expels the impurities from the blood and
cures. ___
The Governor's Guards held a business
meeting Monday night, and elected the
following officers: First lieutenant, E.
A. Dickey was elected captain, William
H. Maram. first lieutenant; Theodore
G. Giblb& second lieutenant. Nineteen
applications were received for new mem-
bers, and others will come in at the next
meeting.
The person who disturbed the congre-
gation last Sunday by coughing, is re-
quested to call on Wight & Bro. and get
a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar. It
always gives relief. Wight& Bro.. _.
The Quaker dpetor,poems to be doing
a paying business here this week and
bhs negr minstrels alwayaattracta large
add adnmring audience, chleflyof their
ea*n color. -


- Mesrs.,T~lor A Chil4 has contracted
to-build afive room cottage for Miss
Jessie Meglmnis on her lot corner of
C1l street and Meridian avenue. *
Cold and coug& cures are numerous,
but the one that leads all others in merit,
is Foley's. Honey and Tar, which is in
reat demand- these days. Wight 'a

Mr. Robt. Gamble, President of the
Middle Florida Ice Company and also of
the Thomasville Ice Company, was in
the city last Saturday on a business trip.
Mrs. F. R. Lamb left liat week to
spend some time with friend- and rela-
tives in South Carolina.
Attorney-General Lamar met with an
exceedingly painful accident last week.
He stepped on a glass bottle and the
glass cut through his shoe and made a
severe gash in his foot, which laid him
up in bed for several days.
Don't use any of the counterfeits of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most of
them are worthless or liable to cause in-
jury. The original DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles,
eczema; cuts, scalds, burns, sores and
skin diseases. All dealers.
Prof. Paul D'Arcy Parham, of the West
Florida Seminary delivered a lecture be-
fore the Ladies Literary Club at the
"Grove" Tuesday afternoon on Tenny
son, which poet will be the subject of
the clubs study this winter. Prof.
Parbam's lecture was .both instructive
and Interesting and was listened to with
pleasure by the ladies of the club and
their guests.
If you would have an appetite like a
bear and & relish for your meals Lake
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets. They correct disorders of the stom-
ach and regulate the liver and bowels.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free, at Wight
ABro.
Everything in the Holiday line marked
down at rock bottom prices at Yaeger's.

Back Again.*


After almost two months absence
from the store, we are again at our
post and can be found there at abay and
aUl times.
We thank our friends for their past
patronae, and we solicit it in the fu-
me. Whole m saW not be the. eqrcwt
drusaWt ti Sou, but a will come near-


To THo DAu.-A rich lady, cured of
her Deafeass and Noises in the Head by
Dr. icoon' Artfiial Ear Dr s,
gave. $10,00 to his Insttute, so that deaf
people able to prow e the Ear Drumms
may havethm fre Address No. 11,
The. Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York
Don't wait until everything is picked
over go and see Sweeting, while hie stock
is complete.


M. T. Jomner's headquarters
ger Serewino Mhe supplies
moved to isGerard's store.
send there for what you want.


for Sin-
has been
Call or
31-4/


We have just received a new line of
aold gold and plated jewelry of all de-
scripdons. Cal anid inspect my stock.
H. N. SWEINo.

The Best Salve in the World
is Banner Salve. It is made from a pre.-
scription by a widely known ski3 se-
ialist and positively is the moe hsetig
sealve for puMes, burns, scalds, ulcerem, run-
ning sores and all skin diseases. There
is nothing so good. Wight & Bro.
Before parc your Holiday Goods
call and see Yaeges stock.
Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Pants,
and all other oods at cost,
at Boxhorn's Bargaln House
Don't send off for anything. Go and
see Sweeting. He's got it.
Come to see, drop a card or telephone
J. A. Holloway, at St. James, about
your Christmas Piano. Easy terms.
41-tf
Watch Cilmore A Davis
Co-'s. ads next week.
Everything purchased at Swestings'
will be engraved free of charge.
Don't forget that Hill has. the finest
line of Gent's Furnishings in town at
cheapest paices.
A full lne of Stationery, just the thing
for Christmas Presents, at Hill's.


Remember Sweeting has everything
necessary for the holiday trade.
Presents for the old and young at Yae.
ger's.
A full line of Lincon's Remedies can
only be obtained at Wight & Bros. Call
an~d see those Winter Chamois Vests for
Ladies and Gents. Ask for:Trading
Stamps. Everybody gets them. 38-4t
Remember that Sweeting carries the
finest stock of dimmnnds of any One in
the city.
Big Hominy, at Randolph & Co.'s.
.Mlow Home" Ball-Bearing
SeWin -Machbinea, at '1g-L-
more & Da 4is- Co
You don't need to be told where to
take your watch, as Sweeting is well
known to be the expert. /
To Cure Coastipatle Forever.
Take Ca:carets Candy Cathartic. 10e
or 25c. IfC.C. :C. .toT to cure, drug-
gists refund money.
Just look in Sweeting's window as you
pea by and see all the latest novelties.
Sweeting has some of the finest French
China that has ever been seen in the city.
Come early and avoid the rush.
Handsome line of Holiday Goods at
Yaeger's.,
NunnaUy's Fine Candies, one-
lalf, one pound and two pounds.
Fresh by express, at Wight .& Bro.

Don't forget thD closing
out sale at cost, at Box-
horn's Bargain House.
Get your Candies, at Randolph &
Co.'s.
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure con wipt-ion
forever. 10c. 2c. If C. C. C. fail,
druggiats refund money.
New Currants, Citrons, Raisins
Prunes, Dates and Figs, at Randolph &
Co.'s.
We have a lovely line of fancy vases.
Very latest in the market--Sweeting.
Valuable and Handsome Christmas
Gifts at Yaeger's.

ByrTd's New Baker.


Having secured the services of Mr.
Steinbeck, an accomplished Caterer and
Baker of long experience in New York
City and Saratoga. I am now ready to
supply in any quantity on short notice:
Plain, Cream, Vienna. Gra-
f lhlll ham, Tea Rolls, Vienna


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B have....
SFPOR THE

....Holidays,
Goods of attractive appearance
at reMsonable prices. One of
the most perplexing problems



What to buy
Sfora E

Christmas Present?

But if you will permit us to
assist you, we can show a line
of beautiful things that are just
the thing we are .sure.'- You
have only to visit our store.


Come, select now.!


It is not too early, the last mo-
ments will not find the assort-
ment complete.


TheTallahassee Drug Co.

Some of the latest Novelties in Heart
Jewelry at Sweeting's. Go and see
them.
The finest dinp'.y of cut glass that has
ever been inTaOIhamee, is at Sweeting's.
"New Home" Ball Bearing
Sewing Machines, at Ci11
more & Davis Co.
A fresh lot of elegant crisp crackers.
all varieties, packages and bulk, just im
at T. B. Byrd's.
Al goods to'be closed out
at o at Boxhorn's Bar
gain House.
An elegant line of prices, all
styles and prices, at Wight & Bro.
If you want anything in Cut Glass.
Sweeting's is the place.
Dates. Raisins, Currants. Dried
Peaches and' many other good things,
just received at Ball, Demilly & Co.'s.
41-2t
Watch Cilmore & Davis
Co.'s. ads next wee&.


Evaporated Apples, Peaches.
cots, at Randolph & Co.'s


Apri-


Always to the front, with the latest'
styles in Dress Goods. Always up to
date, with the latest Novelties. No shop
worn goods shown you for this year'?
goods Everything bright and up-to
date at J. R. Coben's Dry Goods Patlie.
Ask-for Trading Staimme,.he gives them..
38-4t
Closing out sale at cost,
at oxhom's Bargaih House.
Choice selections of Cut. Glas, at
Sweeting's.
A lovely assort nent of fancy mantle
clocks, for the holiday season at Sweet-
'ng's. .
Potomac Roe Herring, at Rardolph &
C o.'s
Call up Phone No. 87, when you want
anything in the building line.
412t. TAYLOR & CHILD.
Look at Ball. Demilly & Co.'s. Blank-
ets and Comforts before bu ing else.
where. 41-2t
Wanted.
1000'cords of wood delivered in Talla.
hassee. Highest price paid by any one.
41-tf. G. H. AVERITT.
We are making it "hot fbor 'em"
now. Hot Coffee, Cocoa, Clam
Boullion, delicious and inriyorat-
ing, at Wight Bro.'s.
Mince Meat and Plum Pudding, at
Randolph & Co.'s.
"New Home" Ball-Bearing
Sewing Nachines, at Col-
more & DavisiCo.
Cheap for cash t T. J. Roberts', on
Adams street, con, oats, hay, bran,
cooked cow feed, flur in barrel and half
barrels. Besides ti s you will always
find a choice line of groceries, cheap.
41-tf
"An ounce of j retention is morth
a pound ofcure."j, Therefore use a
Chest Protector, prevents colds. For
sale by Wight d 'ro.
Don't forget that 'Sweeting has got a
nice assortment o' Guitars, Violins,
Banjoes, etc., suitable for Christmas
Presents.
Go to Hill and get your children's
school books.
Fulton Market Corn Btef, at Randolph
& Co.'s.
On account of removal, we
offer. our entire stock at
cost. Boxhorn's Bargain
House.
To theDeaf.


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8OCH R ER'S.


Don't fail t inspect the large aad
elegant asortmentot Holiday presents
at Sch w i, too numerous to patiw-


Fine Silk Umnbrellas for Ladies and ularize.
Gentlemen. Wood! Woodit Woodin
Walking Canes. Sold by(G. H. Averitt, the yearround.
All kinds of wood, cut or splir, delivered
Miltary Hair Brushes in pairs and sets. by she load or cord in any yard satifae-
S r torially, at a reasonable price. Orders
Neck Wear in all styles, received on Phone 87. Terms easy.
Fine Hosiery. 41-Ut.
Fine Shoes in all grades. and other Come and see for yourself if Taylor &
articles suitable for Child is not the place to buy your lum-
hber and material for building your
House. Phone 87. 41-2t.
Lz' *- -- I" i' wf a ft lfOI 1&am i0-- -.


OlOllay season. ,

Wood!
For q.le by Gilmore & Davis Co.
FULL CORD
Guaranteed and delivered in city at $2.A50
per cord. Sold in 8 foot lengths only.
No deliveries made unless yard is acces-
sible to wagon. Terms cash, or due on
presentation of account. 39

Accept only the Green
Trading Stamps. We are
here to stay.

Miss Blake's Sanitarium
Next door north of Leon Hotel. open all
the year. Graduate nurses. For rar-
ticulars apply to a
Miss SALLJE E. BLAKE Prop'r.
31-6m Tallahassee. Fla.

Stocks, Cotton, Wheat.


Anybody desiring to Invest or speculate can
;et our. Guide to Investors and Speculators"
as well as our Daily Market Letter frte of
e.harge upon application to
George Skaller & Co,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Members of New York Cons Stock Exchange.
No. 70 Wall Street, New York.

Archatlrena Boards....


-AT-


Seea Oats.
Rust Pr.of, May Seed OAts, for sale
by L C. Yaeger.
Lost.
Will the parties who borrowed our
block and tackle, please return at once.
GILMOx &f DAVis Co.
Manioca, Tapioca, Sago, Barleyj at
Randolph & Co.'s.


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Panacea Mineral Springs I

EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor.

Rates, $1.50 per~day; 88.00 per week;
to 430.00 per month.
Special rates will be give families or parties.
S Hack meets all tainas at Sopeboppy Station o Carrabe
haamee and Georgia R dilroad.
Excursion Rates.
The above road is npw giving the followinZ low round
i from Tallahassee: Good to return from Saturday until Mon
good for ten days, $9.00; (doo until September, $3.50.
SAll Modera Conveleaces.
The hotel hai just been enlarged, new mineral and ,
pools built; hot a'Wd cold water in all rooms; baths also give
billiard and pool rooms; shuffle board, and in fact all mod
niences. Post offie in hotel building. Telephone connei


lotel,


A25.00


elle, Talla-


trip rates
day, $1.25;

salt water
n in hotel;
lem bonve-
rtion with


telegraph office. r.aily mails, etc. Cuisine the best.
SFor further information. address
EDWIN F. DUKE, Proprietor,
.. Panacea. Fla.



SS.P. ROZEAR,

Vncdetakei & Fumeial Diector
TAL.T.AFI ASEE, FLA.,
Next door to G(ilm, 'e & Davis Co., opposite Wight Bros. Drug Store.
d *o


Keeps in stock all grades of. Undertaking Supplies, and guarantees satis-
faction. A portion of your patronage is solicited, and all orders will receive
prone p attention. "


Real Estate Agency,
TALT.Aft AR8s iFLORIDA. ....


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IiECAPITULATION OF THE VOTE BY COUNTIES.
(See Reespit iltion of State vote by counties on Page 1.)


First Congressional


District.


"t --


For Presi


Democrat.


-COUNTIES.


Calhoun....... ......... .
Citrus .. . .
DeSoto ..................
Escambia........ ....
Franklin...............
Gadsden..................
Hernando................
Hillsborough.............
Holmes............. ...
Jackson ............ ...
Jefferson ................
Lafayette.................
Lee .... . .
Leon .. .. . .
Levy ...................
liberty .................
Manatee.... .... .
Monroe.. ........ ...
Pasco...................
Polk....... . .
Santa Rosa. .. .. ....
Taylor ".............
Wakulla ..............
W alton.............. ....
Washington .............


. .. .. I
o o. .
. l

. j


Total First District.............


1


4


--1


Republican.
f


196
40t

1i,368
236
670
* -)








251
2,274
336
963
699
315
276
926
374
125
532
722
485
977
492
*
252
381
382


I






192; 177
411, 412
4521 532
1,550! 1,395
216 231
651 668
245 252
1,746 2,261
308, 310
822; 868
694 699
312 320
270 277
918 929
322 374
124 124
522 523
721 732
476 493
902 978
557 466
*
246 254
363 382
353 361

33,73 14,058


432
146
61
18


349
69
178
143
21
39
162
157
10
60
252
32
133
38

.10

329


2,925


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16
129
290
"144
37
.19
329
.67
193
126
16
.39
180
65
8
57
221
32
130
35

8
134
280


2,594


--128
348
148
S. 9

20
344
. '64
. -210.
117
24

I160
83
8
63
254
35
148
80
*
10
140
287

2,881


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196
413
526
1,435
239
684
252
2,257
339
978
711
326
278
932
383
127
535
74C'
492
983
519

254
382
387


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44

435


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4 -1
9


4!
12
5
S24
2

2
6
10
2
12
8
8
9
40



10

281


Electors.


Party.


jFor Congress-
S, man.


Prohibition.


Social Democrat


I.-






21- 0 9 25 3 9
4 10 3 4 1 2 1
111 -1 514. 17. i 59 98 "7 8







41 3 46 39!-.81 2 4 41.
S' 1 *

5 16, 2 10 1 19 10 3 39 4
-11 30 343 1 111 3' 18 27 27 '
21 4 1.) '5 8 4 3 3 4
.. 4i .. 5 .... .. .. .










9 12 42 27 14 15 51 5, 9 9 12 312
11 151 514; 1271 99 101 S9t 98 78i
4 3 4- 5 39 281 22 42 4 6 13
31- 55 .43- 1 195 17. 24j 34 2 67
... 1 2 1 ...... 1 4 .
.... 13' 51 2 2 1 7
3 1 2055 160 10: 10 3 41 4
2 7 4395 1784 615 11 390 308 10
12 9 .4, 5 4: 3 2": 3. 3
1 1 6|- 6i 4 5 ...... ......... 1..
9 12 42' 25. 25 25i 9 12 12
7 4. 56 17: 21i 21F 22 6 13
7 .43 18' 17i 16: 2 7
6 "2 9 0 7" 11i 86i 261 25
20 80. 8 19. 4 10t O, 15! 11

32 19| 23; 22 1 ..
.... .. .. 30 14i 14' 14 i...... ...... 1
9 61 55 1; 17J 20 12; 12 14

195 291]1,395 _84i 615__ 4021 390] 308] 328


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51
1. 92
69

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57
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2,005


Second Congressional District.


For Presidential Electors.


Democrat.
--


Republican.


For Congress-
man.


Peoples Party.


Social Democrat


4;*UNTIEM.


Alachua ............ .
Baker....... . .
Bradford............ ..
Brevard ............ .
Clay.......... ..... .
Columbia..... .....
D ade............... .
D uval......... . .
Hamilton ............
Lake ................ .
Madison. ............. .
M arion ................
N assau.............. .
Orange.............. .
Osceola ...............
Putnam ........... .
St. Johns.... . .
Sumter... . .
Suwannee..............
Volusia.. . .

Total Second District.
Total First District ...


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1,396
210
752
495
261
613
746
1,842
338
498
492
1,054
410!
844!
242:
6581
7951
* 339!
655'
721


13,361
13,373


Grand Total............... 26,734


1,332
174
737
513
300
660
788
1,8311
3391
489.
5191
1,122!
411:
858,
261
652
720
346
682
749


13,484
14,058


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1,346
198
.734
513
308
663
806
1,857
3.'2
492
;510
1~132
'441
857
266
648
764
343
677
755


13,632
14,375


1,339
168
713
517
306
662
787
1,857
326
481
515
1,129
403
842
270
673
754
341
646
751


13,480
14,145


27,542 28,007 27,625


397
100
296
118
142
307
390
747
106
141
29
306
127
409
31
275
-201
61
133
258


4,374
2,925


7,299


4i


4
2

6


0


i .5




335 3

275- 2
111 .1
83
236 2
367 3
723 7'
95
126 1
17.
221 2C
123 14

385 4
34
230 2
155 2S
45
145 1
227 27
34-



,027 4,4,
,594 2,87

,621 7,3


34
12
76
21
91
52
89
73
96
43
44
64
49
02
42
50
34
53
53
55

33
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347
104
283
125
98
271
416
718
88
147
33
231
152
407
39'
259
22
53
139
2h6

4,188
2,881

7,069


21 6
18 -4
19 5
44 13
54 14
103 46
13 5:
17 .4
7
56 6
17 4


24 9

14 47
34 11
40 :7

635 281
435 281

1,070 562


9
3

208
195


403


11
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to:
10.
5



30
2:
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23
42
9
6

77
7T

6

261
S291

552


17 10
16. 12
101 39
441 19
81 4
151 4$
100 28
24 15,
S38, 24
41 32
83! 14;
32; 19;

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47; 13
56' 25!
15. 13'
8: 5
760 26
0'o 26

839 366
1,395 584

2,234 950


*The returns sent up from Taylor county gave the vote for President in words and figures exactly, as follows, without distributing same properly to the respective electors : W. J.
a:id twenty-one. 421; W. A. Barker electors, two hundredand thirteen, 213; P ohibition,.twenty, 20; Labor Union, thirteen, 13.


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19 712
12 8!
45 33;
24 .21l
10 21
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31 386
19 12
22" J 20
371 214
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13 15
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17 13
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221 26

424 375
615 402

1,039 777


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10 51 5 274
4 5: 4 8A
10 -26 6 i '
"1 ..... 121
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.2 20 4 14
17! 26 18 32(
25i 361 36 401
3 4: 2 6
7 5 5 114
2 19i 1 2 ,
23 29i 22 151
S 4 7
24 23 25 43(
5 4 5 55
1 14' 8 237
19. 20i 17 13
1 4 1 28
131 108
S 0 9 10 122U


Dem.


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1,-67
183
717
490
252
626
740
1,885
331
496
486
971
387
759
199
784
780
344
481
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1941' 172' 1 94' 3.249-13,011
3081--2' 269,05 *.4
5021 6i001' 4701 52,254" 2ti.,45 I
thirteen, 1o1:t: McKinley electors, four Iimianrir


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i --- -- -
CHAPTER VIL.
I 1 saw some rye bread, cold meat and
*Pitcher of water on the table, and I
ade a sandwich and washed it down
with a few swallows of the cool liquid.
X hqd a fever, and the water chilled
i. There was a lump on the back of
W bead as large as an egg. With what
Water remained I dampened my hand-
bpgehlef and, wound it around the in-
ry. Then f made a systematic search
_eoqgh .tiy clothes. Not a single grti-
Oe of my belongings was missing. I
asm rather sorry, for it lent a deeper


.*:. ''.-.- "';":'".......... however vnou will first answer a tew
.l.' questions of mine."
'--- ''-- :-:'.":-'':-' "There are only two men whose ques-
tions 1 answer." he said.
S "And who might they be?"
Mdy commander and the king. I will
4 answer one question-the reason you
S: are here. You are a menace to the
-.. tranquillity of the state."
fl .. "Oh, then I have the honor of being
= what is called a prisoner of state? Be
careful i criea suaaenly; -tat pistol
:' might go off. and then the American
f minister might ask you in turn some
questions-disagreeable ones too."
S-'- ;t. ."The American minister would never
know anything about it." said be gruf-
red to me which would make me liable fly- "But have no fear. I should hesa-
to arrest. But, then, I had not been tate to soil an innocent leaden bullet in
arrested. I had been kidnapped, noth- your carcass."
ing less. Nothing had been asked, of "Be gentle," I advised, "or when we
me. I had made no statement. It had meet again I shall feel it my duty to
been all too sudden. Presently I heard dull the luster of your other eye."
footsteps in the corridors, and the door "Bah!" he ejaculated. "We are in-
opened. It was mine enemy. He lock- debted to the French for the word 'ca-
ed the door and thrust the key into Maille.' which applies to all Americans
his pocket. One of his eyes was de- and englishmen."
cidedly mouse colored. The knuckles "Now," said I. climbing off the pal.
of my hand were yet sore. 11i smiled. let, "I shall certainly do it"
He saw the smile, his jaws hardening "I warn you not to approach me!" he
lndl hie bi .c thnmqta*l, ,


How to Cure Croup.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia,
Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy is the best med-
icine I have ever used. It is a fine chil-
dren's remedy for croup and never fails
to cure." When given as soon as the
child becomes hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough has developed, it will pre.
vent the attack. This should be borne
in mind and a bottle of the Cough Rem-n
edy kept at hand ready for instant use
as soon as these symptoms appear. For
sale byWight & Bro. andall medicine

cried, his fingers closing over the pis-
toL
"Well, I promise not to do it iow," I
declared, going over to the window. I
found some satisfaction in his nervous-


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yoU cross the frontier when you wer is the most sensitive man inl
expressly forbidden to do so?' as regards his title.
"I forbidden to cross the frontier!" "Grant that I have some .C
My astonishment was indescribable. perhaps." observing him fro
"Young man, you have made a blunder ner of my eye. "it is be
of some sort. I am not a socialist or smoke such vile tobacco."
an anarchist. I have never been for- Remembering the inside;
bidden to cross the frontier of any railway carriage, he smiled
country. Your chancellor is one of the the gravity of the situation
best friends I have in the world. I the best I had." he said, "a
went to school with his son." was done in self defense. I'
He rocked to and fro on the table, credit for being a fearless
laughing honestly and heartily. "You But you haven't answered
do not lack impudence. Are you or are tion."
you not the London correspondent of "What question?"
the New York -?- "Why you returned to th
"I certainly am." when you were expressly fo
"You admit it?" eagerly. do so."
"1 see no earthly reason why I "I answered that," said L
should not." let me tell you that you n
"When did you last visit this city.? asking questions till the crac
"Several years ago." but no answer will I give y
"Several years ago?" incredulously, have tpld me why I am he
"Exactly. Have you ever seen me do not know you or what you
before?" lF or what I am suppose
"No. But it was a little less than done."
two years ago when you were here." He began to look doul
"It is scarcely polite," said -I, "to thumped the table with the
question the veracity of a man you pistol.
never saw before and of whom you "Do you persist in affirm
know positively nothing." Suddenly your name is Winthrop?"


cause. Anal
I I the cor-
iause yol

nt in tb.
in spite $f
. "It ws
nd then it
11 give yeO
individual.
my quer-


is country
Drbidden to

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may go a
k of dooa
ou till ny
re-I, wt.
ir busina
d to ha

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173
383
437
1,409
196
675
231
2,227
301
776
677
306
299
914
395
121
474
488
453.
799
498
261
249
331
367


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16
1291
108,
147 "

19i
363
72
192
134
24
37
169
65
14
59
337
36
155
46
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140
298

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13,440









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Trelif
I bent and pted
and read:
t aBt a-ze t h left a oAd. M
Swar to he eltm. Tow a t
t CKtM m mt i &om


he name sigd was that of
military attache at the
I London. I tossed back

-"Well' triumphantly.
SNwo, it Is not well. It Is all
and. particularly for you.
London Informant s 'decidedly o
. The man you are looking
ja Vienna." -
"I do not believe you. It Is a I
"Yes it is a trick, and I am .i
it, and you have lost a point, to
nothing of the time andlabor
blck eye. If you had asked all
questions yesterday. I should hav
you that Mr. Hiilars"-
"Yes, that's the name!"' he int


rem
wfor
the

ma h

her.

well
bas-
ca-


rery
our
the
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told


ed.
"I should have told you that he no
longer the London representative of
my paper. It Is true that the derip
ioa of Hillars and myself tallies me-
hat, only my hair Is dark. wbh his
light, what there is left of It, he
sahandsomer man than L AI t I
Iboold have told you with plea ire,
,'ad you would have been saved no-end
of trouble. I presume that thery is
thing left for you to do but to erry
ae back to the city. To quell any r-
-Oer doubt, here are my passports,
iK these are not satisfactory, why, jake
729 before Prince 0--, your chajcel-
i, Nr." "
I He was Irresolute and half Inld
te believe me. "I do not know Ihat
fo do. You know. then, the gentleshan
I am seeking?" -
"Yes."
"Would lie enter this country under
an assumed name?"
"No. He-is a man who loves exqite-
ment Whatever he does is done open-
ly. Had it been he instead of mei he
would have thrown you out of the r-
riage at the first sign on your part t
you were watching him. He is a ry
strong man."
"If he is stronger than you. I
half glad that I got the wrong n.
Too strike a pretty hard blow.
whether you are the man I want or ot
you will have to remain till this -
noon, when the count will put In p-
pearance. I dare say it Is possible t
I have made a mistake. But I Id
not do otherwise in face of my ins c
tions."


Pitte' Carminative aids digestion, re
lates the bowels, cures Cholera Inl
tunm, Cholera orbus, Dysetery,
Gnping, Flamlt Colc. Unnat
Drains from the Bowels, and all ds
incident to teething children. For
aqmmer complaints it is a spec
Perfectly harines and free from I
rious drugs and chemicals.


"The princess seems to me mare
trouble than she is worth." I
"It Is possible that you har- ne er
seen her highness?" he said. L'atin aV
smile. "She is worth all tde trou le
in .the world."
"If a man loved her." I suggested.
"And what man does not wbe l I
seen her and talked to her?" he repli l.
pacing.
"The interest.. then. you take in 1 r
discovery is not all due to that i ul -
ed upon you by Count yon Wahhnle -
I could not resist this thrust. f
"The subject is one that does not
mit diswusion." squaring his shot'
ders.
"Suppose we talk of something t it
does not concern her. All this is a
blunder for which you are partly fo
blame. I have a bad lump on my be4l.
and you have a black eye; but. us you
did what you believed to be your duty
and as I did what every man does
when self preservation becomes b
first thought, let us cry quits. Cbom'.
what do you say to a game of cardi?
Let us11 pay ecarte. or I will- teach yai
the nobhle game of poker. To tell.yrl
the truth.- I am becoming dreadfully
bored."
"Believe me. I bear you no ill will,"
he said. "and I am inclined to yovr
side of the story. Whoever you arlt.
you have the bearing of a gentleman.
and now that we have come to an urn-
derstanding I shall treat you as such.
I have a pack of cards down star,
I'll go and get them. This is not my
house or I should have placed you Ip
better quarters. I shall leaVe the dowo
unlocked." a question In his eyes. I
"Rest assured that I shall return t[,
the city as I came--in a carriage-anq.
to be honest. I am anxious to see t b
Count von Walden. who poses as thl
Princess' watchdog." I
And when he came back and found
me still sitting on the pallet his face
cleared. We played for small suma
and the morning passed away rather
Plea.antly than otherwise. The young
officer explained to me that he held an
important position at court and that bhe
: entitledd to prefix baron to his

"The king is getting out of all pa-
tience with her highness"' he sald.
"This makes the second time the mar-
riage has been postponed. Such oe-


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'its olatnow; Royay. having
i v Its-word, never retract It.
E,'ents which the king wills must
come to pas or he loses a part of his
royal dignity. And then a king cannot
very well be subservient to the will of
a y"bject."
"But has she no -rights as a petty
sovereign?",, I asked.
"Only those which the king Is kind
enough to give her. She is but a tenant
-the rulers of Hobenphalla are but
guests of his majesty. It Is to be re-
grettedbut t cannot be helped."
That afternoon, as L-lay on my pal-
let, it seemed to me that In some unae-
.ountable way I was destined to be.
come concerned In the affairs of her
wene highness. I had never seen the.
woman, not even a picture of her..
Certainly she must be worth loving.
Inasmuch as she was- worth trouble.
I have always found it to be the trou-
blesome woman who has the largest
traen of lovers. Troublesome, they are
interesting; interesting, they are- lov-
able.
It was more than a year since last
I saw Phyllis. Yet my love for her
knew no diminution. I" began to un-
derstand why Hillars traveled all over
the continent to get a glimpse of the
woman he loved. With the pleasant
thought that I should see Phyllis again
I dozed. I was-halt asleep when I
was aroused by loud voices in'the cor-
ridor.
"But I do not believe him to be the
man." I beard my jailer declare. ,
"Bab! t know there is no mistake."
roared a voice which was accustomed-
to command. "He's been trying to
hoodwink you. Watch the surprise In
his face when be sees me. the cursed
meddler and scribbler. It would be a


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pleasure to witness his hanging. Co
show him to nme."
"Yes: come along, my dear old v
horse." I murmured, turning my I
toward their wall. "There is a nice Ii
surprise party in here waiting for y<
The door opened.
"Unlocked "'bawled the count. "'I
does this mean. baron?" -
"He gave his word as a gentlems
was the quiet reply.
"Gentleman? Ach! I'll take a I
at the gentleman." said'the count. s
ping tp to the pallet and shaking
roughly by the shoulder. "Wake u
: I sat up so as not to miss the corn
which was about to set its scenes u
the grim visage of the count. As
eyes met mine his jaw fell.
"A thousand devils! Who are yoi
"I couldn't swear." said I mee
"Everybody hereabout insists tha
am some one else. The situation v
rants a complete explanation. Pert
you c;itn give it." I should have lat
ed but for those flashing eyes.
"You are a blockhead!" he said to
subaltern.
*"He Is the man. according to y
London correspondent." responded
other. with some show of 'temper.
cannot see that the fault lies at
door. You told me that he would ei
the country under an assumed nam
'"I presume the affair is ended so
as I am concerned." I said. shake
the'lameness front my legs.
"Of course, of course!" replied
count, pulling at his gray musta4
which flared out onr either side like
whiskers cf a cat.
"I should like to return to the cit.
once," I added.
"Certainly. I regret that you h
been the victim of a blunder for wl
some one shall suffer. Your con
triot has caused me a deal of troubi
"I assure you that he is in noi
connected with the present mal
According to his latest advices, he i
Vienna."'
"I should be most happy to bel
that." was the count's rejoinder, wl
inferred that he didn't believe it.
"My friend seems to be a danger
person."
"All men of brains. coupled with
pudence. are dangerous, and I
your friend credit for being as bn
as he is impudent. But. come:
carriage is at your service. You
a journalist, but you will promise
to make public this unfortunate
take." "
I acquiesced. When the count at
parted.company, I hin. not tle'-vn

"For five weeksI lived on cold wR
.n *tn ank." writes.a man who suff


d tat we should, ever oU OB-
Ve 0tion again. The result of thead-l
venture wax I eillt a very Interesting
tory to New York. omnitting, my part
an It. This done. I wired my assistant
in London not to e.xpet ime f6r ome
time yet. Thie tr-;t i %w:s I deternnned
to hunt for ]illIri nand incdfentnly for
her serene highness il'- 'riihw-es.s Hilde-
garle of IHohenpba E:i .

CHAITERI VlI.
As I came along tin road. thel d1ut of"
which had been laid that afternoon by
an odorous summer rain. the principal
thing which struck my eyes was the
quaintness and -unquestioned age of
the old inn. It was a relic of the days
when feudal lords still warred with
one another and the united kingdom
was undreamedt of. It looked to be
300 years old and might have been
more. From. time to'time it had un-
dergone various repairs, as shown by
the new stone and signs of modern-
masonry, the slate peeping out among
the. moss covered tnea It .at .back
When the Eyes iare ick
Something mrt he done and done
qcy. neglect bring bii dl.-
sea. When the ewes are aire or in-
flamed me John B. Dickey's Old Reliable
Bye Water. It stop the iSm-ntiston,
cures granulated lids aad brings ease
at ooe. It causes absolutely no pain.
The genuine is always epeloed in a red
carton. 0Gt It at Wight & Bro.'s Drug
Store for 25 cents.
from the highway and was surrounded
by. thick rowp of untrimmed hedges
and was partly concealed from view
by oaks and chestnuts. The gardens
were full of roses all In bloom, and
their perfume hung heavy on the
moist air. And within a stone's throw
of the rear- the Danube noiselessly slid
along its green banks. All I knew
about the Inn was that It had been by
a whim. of nature the birthplace of
that beautiful, erratic and irresponsi-
ble'young person, her serene highness
the Princess Hildegarde. It was here
I thowfti to find Hillars. though it was
idle curiosity as much as anything
which led me to the place.
The village, was five miles below. I
could see the turrets of the castle
which belonged to the princess. She
was very wealthy and owned as many
as three strongholds in the petty prin-
cipality of Hohenphalin. Capricious
indeed must have been the woman who
was ready to relinquish them for free-
dom.
The innkeeper was.a pleasant. ruddy
cheeked old mnan who bad seen- serv-
ice. lie greeted me with some sur-
prise. Tourists. he said. seldom made
this forgotten. out of the way village
an objective point. I received a room
which commanded a fine view of the
river and a stretch of the broad high-
way. I was the only guest. This vety
loneliness pleased me. My travel stain-
ed suit I exchanged for knickerbockers
and a belted Jacket. I went down to
supper. It was a simple affair. and I
was made to feel at home. From the
dining room I caught a momentary*
flash of white skirts in the barroom.
"Ah." I thought. "a barmaid! If she
is pretty. It will be a diversion."
In the course of my wanderings I
had seen few barmaids worth looking
at twice. When the table was olfeared,
I lit a cigar and strolled into the gan-
dens. The evening air was delleious
with the stIeD of flowers still wet with
rain. The spirit 9f the breeze softly
whispered among the branches above
me. Far up in the darkening blues a
hawk cireled. The west Was a thread
of yellow flame; the moon rose over
the bills In the east; Diana on the heels
of Apollo! And the river! It was as
though nature had suddenly become
lavish in her bounty and -had sent a
stream of melting silver trailing over
all the land. There is nothing more
beautiful to see than placid water as it
reflects a summer's twilight. The blue
Danube! Who has heard that magic


the IThe Bt Plater.
"I A piece of flannel dm-npeand with
my Chamberlam'Pas Balm and bondto
enter the affected parts is period to any
e." plter. Whena troubled with lame back
far or paim-i the side or chest, give ita
ing trial ad re certain to be more than
blesd wtththe pro relief which it
affords. Pain Balm also cres rhema
the atim. QOe 1_peatn gives relief. For
hbe. sale by Wght & Bro. and all medicine
the dealers.
name without the remembrance of a
y at face close to your own, an arm. bare.
white, dazzling, resting and gleaming
ave like marble on your broadcloth sleeve
which and. above all. the dreamy, swinging
ple- strains of Strauss? There was a face
le." once which had rested -near mine.
wise Heigho! -I lingered with my cigar and
tterr watched the night reveal Itself.
s at And then, right in the midst of my
dreams, a small foot planted itself. I
ieve turned my head and saw, a woman.
hieh On seeing the bright end 6f my cigar.
she stopped. She stood so that the
rous light of the mpoon fell full upon her
face. My cigar trembled and fell.
im- "Phyllis!" I cried, springing to my
give feet,.. almost dumfounded. my heart
rave nigih suffocating me in Its desire to
1my leap forth. "Phyllis!-and bere? What
are does this mean?"
not The woman looked at me with a
mis puzzled frown, but did not answer.
Then as I started toward her with out-
nd I stretched arms she turned and fled
uest into the shadows, leaving with me
nothing but the echo of her laughter.
tred. the softest. sweetest laughter! I made
red aM..P..a- Ea.li-, .w h.n nqaP I w. 6


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' .etr.a' s were seated to the bi,
room, 4okip bad tobae ad dr*k-
10 a final bou, Their Jargon was
UMl"tellgble to We.
"Waere a your barmaid?" I asked atof
the IMnkeeper.
His faded biqe eyes scanned me
arpl. I read a question Sn them and
wondered. "She went into the garden
to get a breath t fresh air," he said.
S"She does not like the smoke."
It annoyed me. I had seen some
one, then. What would Phyllis, proud
Phyllis. say. I mweed, when she heard
that a barmaid was her prototype?
This thought had scarcely left me
when the door In the rear of the bar
opened and In cafe the barmaid her-
self. No. it was not Phyllis. but the
resemblance was' so startling that I
caught my breath and stared at her
with -a persistency which bordered on
rudeness. The barmaid was blond,
whereas Phyllis was neither blood
nor brunette, but stood between the
extremes, and there was a difference
1n the eyes. I could see that even in
the insufficient light. -
"Good evening. fraulein." said I.
with apparent composure. "And what
might your name be?"
"It is Gretchen. If It please you."
with a courtesy. I had a vague idea
that this courtesy was made mocking-
ly.
'!Gretchen? I have beard the name
before." said 1. "and you remind me of
some one I have seen."
"Herr has been to the great city."
B- is the greatest city in the world
to the provincial,
"Yes."' said 1. "but you remind me of
no one I ever saw there."
She plucked a leaf from the rose she
wore and began rbbling at it Her


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followed by inflammation of the stom-
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All such disorders are dangerous and
should4ntheir Infancy be treated with -- -
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longing to Phl Tbce via palatial expre steamhip sailing from Savannah. Fr ship each
.The person t, I i-fer. I eek to New York, ma ing close connection with New York- stonhips,
went ofn. "lives in .f .-rit:. -lwrer your 4 or Sound liners.
compatriots br4.w li., I*ir and "wax
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Silll t .II U. I.Ult 1 m nll I IU Lot te ll i erfU .
All foreigners have a great love of
Americans. "they are so liberal." Ai
"So you find Americans liberal? Is -
-it with money or with compliments?" .'! ) SEABOARD A R LI E
Said Gretchen, "The one when they



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haven't the other." A very bright bar- Ar RigeJuncion ...... *. .uisviile&Nh Ull eR5R. 1 p T
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."Yes," said Gretchen: "I was born Magnificent.Pullman service North and South from Jacksonville: also from New Orlean.
here, and I have tended the roses for Dining Car SavannahMo Hamlet mnd Richmond to New York. N. Y. P. & N. R. R. leaves Nor-
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ever so long." tiUmore and-New York and daily fr Washington
-"r have 'heard of. Gretchen of the K.StT. JOHN. V. F M'BEE. L S. ALLEN.
1st. V.- P. & M. Gen' i Supt. Gen. Pass. Aent.
steins. .but I never before heard of a Portsmouth. Va.
Gretchen of the roses." A. o. MacDINN ELL, s-istant (Geeral Passenger Aient, Jacksonville, fla.
"Herr must have a large store of
compliments on hand to begin thus
early. Carrabelle,. Tllahassee & Georgia R. R
"It is a part of my capital." said I.
"Once in Switzerland I complimented PASSENGER S9HEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3. 1900.
an innkeeper, and when my bill was
presented I found that all extras had RFAD DOWN READ UP.
been crossed off." &, s
Gretchen laughed.i It was a low : '
laugh-a laugh which appeared to me 1 | STATIONs bs
as having been aroused not at what I --. I -!
had said, but at something which had 1 o6
recurred to her. I wanted to hear it ___ a zri
again, so I said: "I suppose you have a ....... .. ................ 11 0 .Carabele... 9 .............. ....... .......
stein here fromp which the king has .... ... .. ........ ........ fit 14 .0 ......Lanark. 5 19 40 **...... ****. ...... ......
drunk. All taverns and inns have .- ..... 1132.. ... McIntyre.... 13 925 ......
....... :.......1132'. .. M nt 1 5.. ...
them." ... ........ .... ...... 11 3 .0 ....CurtisMilL.... 15 920 .. .... .
Gretchen only smiled, but the smile ... ............. ..... Po... 9 : I.
was worth something. "No; the king ... ................. 12 .....Arran ..... 30 8 45 ........ ........
has never been within five miles of **** ...... ***** .........12 .0 .Hil.. 7 8 ..
this inn." ... ...... .. ...... Is .0 ...Talabauee.... 50 800 ... ... .........
"So much the worse for the king." I P. M. A. M. ......
"And why that?" F. 8top on signal for .
"The king has mse sn Connection-At Ta.labeam n trains on S A. L. At CarbeU e rwithalato
"The king has missed seeing Gretch- Bteames. At Apiach l wit "Cattahoochee river Steame. wi-
en." IT. 8, Mail Steamer Crmcent ty willlleave A alachcola daily at &W a. R BeImila
It was then Gretchen laughed. vearrabelle daily, 1100 a. m- F. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. Pag.Agt., TaIl
"I have never heard compliments .- '
like herr's before."
"'Why. I have.any amount of them. CATARRH CAN BE CURED.
I'll drink half a liter to your health."
She filled one of the old blue'eartheh -
' steins.
"I haven't seen your roses in the gar-
dens, but I'll drink to those in your
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HoEd's Pills.
The last act of the
Gillette Kotelly C m
sell woith the mall
(25c and 15c). Th
at the oreas bone
Whist cluls do not
little bit with the lad
we hear o0 Literajy (
the Geinsan Club,
Club and other of
tbaracter, all of whi
future bne fit to their
merely "*ptur passer I
Deputy United Sti
Forbe arrested Hn
mralgntd before Uni
-ioer W.C. Bodge
selling liquor without
held in bond of $100.
For PRiO


ord above a wbk-
Sbottleof Foley's
db hi voice. It is
MT and singers.
right aBro.
left Saturday for
a represent the
ae Oo's. case be-
Supreme Court,
aed appeal to
spreme Court.
ral to have gone
r. Myers, to iep-
above case waa
e of the continued
Dung son, Lamar.
SCcmpany's per-
ifirst class. They
Ce at their return
sy, Dec. 15.
r Nerves?
I you feel nervous
- can't sleep, and
amefreshed, your
g nerves depend
g blood. Hood's
nerves strong b7
a.the blood. It
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performance of the
any Monday was
price of admission
rill perfeim again
urday Dec. 15.
ieem to be in it a
es this reason, but
lub, French Club,
bhe Town Topic.
a purely literary
h will be of great
,m mbers and tiot
p temp."
tos Marshal J. M.
, Burney, who was
ed- States Commis.-
, on a charge of
a licenem. He was

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Dr. C. J. Btshcp, inew, Mich., says:
*'1 have used Foley's Honey and Tar in
tnee vtry severe c es of pneumonia
with gooo ret-ults in ery case." There
is noth'b:- so gr d. 1lght & Bro..

The .Lauwth Aid S ty of the Preshy-
terian chmich are m ch pleased at the
uc"ess of their bi za which was held
hat Friday. The pi eds ihith will
te used towds ] rchasing a new
erpet for the church When the ladies
get through fixing e interior of the
church it will present a very handsome
and attractive appear ce. They have al-
ready made it exceed gly comfortable
by putting in a new f ace.
Malarias is Eadrosd the bstPityuei
e- gu-r-,te* d toc Chills, Fever ano
Ague. All druggt ovr from Moffit*
W t Drug Co., 0 A b


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Is destruction ol
growing germ,
moldy cheese i1
of cheese by a gi
If you kill t4


Slung by a
!precisely as
I destruction
[wing germ.
Sgerm, you


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when you begi l.
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93 Nassau St., New York.



,Mr. C. Austinr, EL T Thomin and. .t-
Andesy, of Atlae new elistments in thec
-Pensacola Light Artillery.
Adjutant-General Houstoun has"
shipped to Battery B, PeeacolaLight
Artillery, clothing, ammunition. Texas
revolving targets and other supplies.
Mr. R. C. Austin. a prominent at-
torney, of Atlanta, Ga., was in the city
yesterday looking after Florida lands.


CASTOR IA
er Uafats and Children.
ThiKMWY liv A 8 BMWt
ears the Of
Signatureof L 4^ /A C

KWe noticed last week a- small negro
boy carrying a large eagle in his arms
securely fastened. On inquiring we
learned that it had been caught at St.
Marks by Mr. A. Hopkins.
Mr. T. H. Hall, the proprietor of the
Panacea Hotel, passed through town this
week from his country plade, on his way
to Panacea.
Hon. H. E. Day, of the Florida faili
road 'Commission left yesterday for
Lake City. to attend the session of the"
Circuit Court as a witness.


Robbed the Grave.
-A startling incident, -of which Mr.
John Oliver- of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost, yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite--gradually grow-
ing weaker* day by day. Three physi-
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised trying *Electric Bitters;'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made,a decided.improvement.
I continued their, use for three week,:
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life, and robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at
any drug store.
Mr. G. A. McLeod, of Riverland,.
Sumter county, formerly proprietor of
an extensive turpentine plant in this
county, is in the city. To Mr McLeod,
Tallahassee is indebted among other
friends for the good showing made in
that section in the recent contest.
During the term of the fCircuit Court
here twenty-five cases were called.
There were sixteen convictions, four ac-
quittals, three continued and two dis-
missed. The grand jury returned seven-
teen true bills and five no true bills. Ten
e'rininals were sent to State prison, one
for life.
Mr. Robert Bannerman and Judge
McGriff took a spin around the city and
suburbs behind the former's span of
rys Tuedayookwing at some of the
term's bargains in real esti e.
Mis Grace Thompson i 3amiasting Mess,
Wight & Bro. during the holiday trpde
and will be glad to have her friends call
and get their Christmas presents of her.
Not to be behind New York, Chicago,
Pensacola and other cities in their fight
against all kinds of vice-two parties
were indicted by our grand jury for
keeping a gambling house and were
placed under a bond for-$500 each to ap-
pear at the next term of the circuit
court. he credit of the discovery that
gambling was going on so openly in our
midst, is due to our efficient State's At.
torney and grand jury.
That I hrobbilg Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches.
They make pure blood and strong nerves
and build up your health. Easy to take.
Try them. Only 25 cents. Money back
if not cured. Sold by all druggists.
As will be seen in another column the
Honorable Board of County Commis-
sioners have offered a reward of $100 for
the arrest and detention of one Phil Gra-
ham indicted for murder, at the last
term of the circuit court.
Already the little ones have begun to
indite loving epistles to Dear Old Santa
Clan, uggesing the most appropriate
presents ut m their opinion would best
reward such good little admirers as
themselves-awd were it not for the fact
that the nearest and most direct route to
Santa" Clam hume is up the chimney,
we fear the postman on that line would
be over burdened.


Bit"-


WR~


The The Times-Union and Citizen, af-
ter the recent State primary, had the
following complimentary things to
may of two distiguished Tallahas.
seeans. j
The Democracy of Florida, in fact
the people in general, are to be con-
gratulated upon the final settlement
of the Capital removal contest.
Capital removal has been a more or
leas annoying feature in Florida poli-
tics for some years. In almost every
Legislature for the past two decades
the subject has been debated on res-
olutions to.change the seat of gov-
ernment. The primary was held
with all those cities that have been
candidates in the past entered in the
race. The result was pronounced
and emphatic. Tlslhaseee received
more votes by 1,263 than all the other
candidates. combined, and for fifty
years at least the matter is at rest,
and a disturbing question settled.
For this reason do we congratulate
the Democracy and the people of
Florida.
Indeed, the people of Tallahassee
are also to be congratulated, and
complimented also upon their advo-
cates. Judge George P. Raney sad
Hon. Fred. T..Myers led the contest
for Tallahassee in an arduous can-
vass. The fight they made was
clean, upright and manly -so much
so that the whole State was im-
pressed.-Times-Union and citizen.
changed Hands,.
The Mc Intyre Mills have changed
hands again. They are now con-
trolled by A. C. Me Comb, of Osh-
kosh, Wis.e he having purchased the
interest therein of the Thomas Lum-
ber Company and taken charge last
Friday. A. B. Mather, of State
Line, Wis., is manager of the busi-


ness.
Our reader will be glad to learn in
connection herewith that we are not
to-lose the Messrs. Thomas. About
the first of the year they will start up
another business somewhere on the
C. T. & G. Railroad.
Gillette's Big Novelty Show was here
on Monday to perform as'advertised.
When the manager called on the Tax
Colleotor to see'about the license for his
show, he was informed that the.license
was $200 or the State and $100 each for
county axd city, making a total of $400
This announcement almost took his
breath. The showman then caJled on
Comptroller Reynolds, who read tht
law to him, as follows: "All circuses
or -.shows giving performances :unaer
tents m this State, with or without
horses. shall pay a license tax -of $200."'
So the manager concluded to abandon
his tent, and give a performance at the
opera house. .
Many persons have had the experience
of Mr.TPeterSherman, of North Strat-
ford, N. H., who says, "For years I suf-
fered tortue froni chronic indigestion,
but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made well
man of me.'! It digests what~ou -eat
and is a certain cnre for dyspeia and
every form of stomach trouble. It gives
relief at once even in the worst cases.
and can't help but do you good. All
dealers.
Lost or Stolen,
On the streets of TaJlhassee last Fri-
day night, my six months old pointer
puppy-white with one lemon ear and
spot in forehead, leather collar, metal
bound with pad lock. Will pay suitable
reward for his return to me.
B. CAY.
Salesmae Wated.
REVELING SALBSMKN WANTED FOR
A next year. xperence not absolutely nee.
ery.Good. pemanent position. For *full
particulars, addre ahotas Tobacco Works
On. Bedford City, Virginia. 40-4t

A OUr NOVEMBER. 1898, TWO PI~CBS
of Script issued by New South Building &
Loan Association of New Orleans. La.. aon Certifi-
cates No.. 3749 and 3778 to R. N. Dozier, now
deceased. T. A. Dozje, Admr.,
40-3t Jacksonville, Fla.


W. N. TAYLOR.


.5


- ~. a-' ~ -, f.... '-,. .- .. -' -~ -


Notice to Holders of.' Florida
Per Cent. State Bonds..


Seven


rP.KWSCRY DEPARTMENT, STATE OP FLORIDA,)
TREASURER'S OFFICE. ;-
TALLAHAssIE, December 12. 1900. 1
The Florida 7 percent. State bonds, sued in
1871, mature and are payable at thp office of the
-t.ate Treasurer, in Tal abassee, January 1.1901.
A'l holders of such Bonds are notified tbat no in-
tcrest will be paid on said Bonds after the date of
their maturity. January 1, 1901, as the Treas-
urer is prepared to take them up cn presentation
at Tallahassee. or at the National Park Bank In
the City of New York.-
JAM L. B. WurITiLD,
-State treasurerr.
Monthly Financial Statement, B dofPub-
lie Instruction of en'Coun. l.
WARRANTS IScUED.


Au. 7-:..J. D Perkins & Son:.
':5..Tallahasseean .......
rN. W. Eppes........
Total ....... .... ...... ..
c -pusH. ?
SDemilly.Colle tfir,31 ui1
Total receipts ... .......
Approved Sept. 7. 190i). .
J. R. CR
Chairman
N. W. EPPKs, Secretary.
Monthly Financial Statement. Bs
lie Instrut ion of Leon Count
WARRANTS I S'ED.
Set. 7.-:ff..N. W. Erpps. salary
3:. .T J Perkins & Son. in|
:19..Giliore & Davis Co., ft
nature ................. .
441. .Gilbert Hartafeld, senr-
on Board.... ........
41.. D. M.Stoutamire, bul
i t r............. .-
42..Dan Atkinson. builditl
S4:1..P. T. Brin-aut. build
rotal .......... .....
G. 1. DAVIs, t.
N.. W ErPES., secretary.
gE+ TA-rE
REAL ESTATE
-_BARe
F0 K SAL. A es-Iy dsei aa1)y lo
".w arre, three i nrle.. wet ol Tal
Bainbridge roai. Ha- grive ol 2)X)
e.:n trees 9 to 10 yenr, old. Plai.t<
41ve rooms, kitchen and piazza. a
conte and Kelfer pea; ggroive. (;oo
itnder wire fence. Apply to FRIEb
Levy Bros. s store.
D -1KAB1.E -,NCES uN
and McCarthy streets, War
building lots, :iat ail near depot. ,
urbs, aud Long Grove Addition. Wi
a bargain. W. W.


S. 4 13
1.00



104 135


p rotean.
of Pub -


FI.



5 11100
500

sairiman.




cii lrn i im
hsM.on
:A) :j4p--
Clisive L&A-
rinme. All



tOse and
(.ernr su b.
be Sld a


S EVERAL of the most prominent hdences in
the city-on Calhoun and Clin a .reets-n
unsurpassed for business conveni eo or social
surroundings. such as are not on th market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, you want
to buy. W. W. icGKRIFF.
SOME CITY BUSINESS PROPE IES FROM
one lot to a whole- blIck., 1.000 to
98,000, upon which are paying veitments
now in operation 12 per cent. net. pply to W.
W. McGri f .
JLOR SALB CHEAP-OKE-EI( *TH fN-
Sterest in the Long Grove Lots.
Sept. 14,18. Mu o.
FOR-RENT.


HOUSE AND THREE ACRE
Apply to .M. T.
89.4t SinaerMae


j4FLAY]D.


WHAT WE

At O.K.PriOes


Hardware
Glassware,
Crockery we,
-inware,
Woodenware,


Lamps


Guns,
Pistols,


^ s
ec
Sewing machines,
I


Ammunition,
Sporting Goods,'
Farming Implements,


Beltinj
K


Iron Pipe,
Sugar Pani


J. W. Collins is headquarters for
everything in the line of Fancy land
Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
of the masses 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-
tains the same reputation. You can
sve money by calling on him.

Slmimd codf
-**


g,
ill,Supplies,


,e Mi
Case Mill.,


Lime,
Cement,
Plaster,
Hair,
Brick,
Doors,


Sash,


Blind,


Lathes,


Amonm, the tn of. thoimmads who
have sned Chamiberlain's Ccugh Reasedw
fnrodsdla rippe during te Ist
few yA to or nwiedg. not a sn-
gle cae hao resulted in pinemonit..
Thoa. Whitfild & Co.. 240 Wabueh ave-
nue. Chicago. one of the most prominent
retaill druggists in that city, in speaking
of this, says: We recommend Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy for aIs gripe in
many case, as it not only gives prompt
and complete recovery, but airo counter,
actt any tendency of la grippe to re ult
in pneumonia." For e by Wight &
Bro. and all m-dicine dealers.
>
rhe Pa rent Chm e..
An example of patient industry Is
the sorting of bogs' bristles as it is
carried on at Tien-tain. China. Each.
bristle of the 000.000 kilograms export-
ed from that place last" year bad to be
picked out. measured and-placed in
the bundle of hairs of corresponding
length, and the different lengths by
which thi, hairs are sorted are numer.-
on.


Monthly Flu
fielasto
ltmO.
Oct. 2-44..


M0..
47.

49.


Gum e qp IMP 11, saw,
saxm Oaq to tm
r.o Lesow umty. o Ibk
dos ourm yew Mand the
B.of the un. Se'th l ees
I A wh o nty uhoolfunmd.
chaed wi ortaxesINS. .SWMql
tgoJuly 3, 10D........ 17,2151U1


sue.........PKOM46
July & 19M0.. 5, 673 S-i,12is s
me Fund 5e 96

IAT bt 376519
July 3. 19M.-. 7.05130-S- 2.&' M3


alae Waser





Total colen
Balance...:.
General rev
Amt paid to
SinktgUand
An't tdO
PFen"and

At't i- to
Vounty h

Attest:
Clerk of the


COUNCIL A. BRtyAw.
Irctut Court. Leon county, Fla.


al ~tatemeat, Beard of Pub-
Wati of LeonCounty, Fl.
W AEAJCTS IUSl'ED.


>. B. Landrum...........S
L"B. Eppes..... .... ....
I. W. Demilly...........
SF. Montgomery :......
arFelkel.............
. W. EpPes.. .......
reits Iamlin............
.B. Hartfield, building
a. W. Eppes. repairs
M'and Colored Graded


1 50
11 (o10
10 0b
10 oa
11 40
10000
15 o6
118 00


U


8 1 ...................... 35 00
.. alahasse ............ 450
T. l ... ......... ......... O
L "W io. 1. DAVIS, ~hairman.
N. W. EP "Scretary"

Monthly Fin ial Statement, Board of Pub-
Slie In ration, Leon County, Fla.
WARRANTS ISSUED,
19Nl.


I Teachers Salary:
7- 4 W Demilly.... ....$
*. F Mantgomery
5 H Ra' dolph.........
5,7. M Brevard......
i. W- Cotten.............
-i. lChaires................
S00 1 J Hamlin ......
61. E B Eppes ......
i1t. race Knapp..........
(0. B Enies ...............
4A.! MHe-intg ........ .....
05. ;Felkel ...... ...........


.4500
-1000
50 (10
.1000
3I0 (.0
:5 Oil
.:10 01
310 i
:1010
31000
4000


S. W w ....... ... -.

..o m. ....:......
7L.R e.r ... .......
7 ..6 E -... .......
n..9 FtSr ...- ...........
.4 X o d ... ..........
5..JW Pittan ..... .
74.. Lev ora Willam.....
77..o Anderon.........
78..BF 7Maxwell.....
:..swooed....... ......
.., ......... j
a... r ................ g
A4..AWfCoes............. m
6..1 0 n..tRaker.... ... *
.* '.WDavs...
87.. VJJoWe.n......... .
Ms...EBRdwards...... ......
S..EFerril ............
XM Garidner.............
91..COnbb..................
92..H T Won........ a
so..C D tllebrdson ......... -
4. M LoSrW.................. .
15..Cmith .
96..A A Garrett ...
w ..' Reed ................... i
Vi..E Jobhnon...............
90..FJlBaker................
00..M R Raker ........... a
ioi..H Jenkins......... ....
2..A B Ws.lle .. 8
I3..RA Me riff...........
.10t..G W MeGriff .. .........
106.,R HPattmon ......... is
106..L Patteison....... ..... 1n
'W..A M Wbrman ........ la
10(8..J H Wester.............. si
l)B..J4HStroman........ So
,11 MWbitpkpr............. Iso
1lI..A Sbepard............. is
Il'-..GN Footman ....... si
113.. A A Jaekon ............. i
114.. L W Taylor ........ 18
115..MDuncan................ 21
I ..M MDuncan.... ........ 20
117..L Hflvard ................ 18i
11 ..C Hartsfleld............. 4
119..J'lIafBrown...... 40 0
120..N W Epws..s............ 1000
121..Janitor Let n Academy,
sm lay........... ......
LS. Janitor Colr d Graded
School, salary .. 4
123. .C A Bryan, recording
deeds ........ ........
124..W Gray. building .. .
125..EWClark. incidental. 9S
126.. Wisht Bros. incidental.. 3 4
128..Gilmore ADvia D Co..... o
. 129..J E Whitehead .... a4146
130..C J Jenkine, repairs... a
131..Caxton Co. apparat's.. tu44
i.'t. 0 Bernard, surveyingr.. 5s
13.. N Brradshaw, building.. :* 5
I:34..Tallalbaaee Water
Works, water supplied
to the Academies...... 12 *


N. W


Er-


Tuta)........ -123
Go. I. DAvis, Chairman.
SEpPvs. Secretary.


WM. CHILD.


T YLOR & CHILD,

Architects and Builders.
;I_


Millw


W(


irk.


-V-


Manufacturers
of all kids of
rough and
dressed lum-
ber, mould-
ings, stair
rails, balusters,
porch columns, brackets, mantels. grills,
ments, and turned and scroll work of every
Lime and Cement for sale..


Plans i
Specfiatitis
Irmisheld.

All kinds of
buildings
planned and
constructed


according t
the latest ,
proved
methods.


fancy gable
description.


to
ap-


orBa-
Brick,


All orders .will receive prompt attention,



We Guarantee Oar Work to be First-Wass. ii Every Particular.
Prices Reasonable.


Office, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea'Board
lot south of county jail.


Phone 87.


Air Line, on


P. 0. Box 14.


.-U


SIf you will.buy three



Old Virgmia Cheroots.


and smoke them to-day you will get .

the greatest amount of comfort and

Satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in U

Sa smoke, and get it three times over!

You haven't any idea how good they

* are and cannot have until you try them. *

Try three to-day instead o a 5c. cigar.

k T hundred llion Old Virgin Croots smoked this
S car. Ask your own delcr. Prc fo 5 cents. ,


New Store! New Goods!


$3S 3


i-mm-


9


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Nov.




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