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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: February 14, 1901
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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ISSuYERS t,

Was a "Violet
retty-3) a

There bhas
ore beautiful and eg
Middle Florida
high. noon today, ii
pincopal Ch
larie DeCottes M
gene Perkins for ife
ideand groom' r
iod been exceed gl
cityt, and aSt the o
Ir the marge
mie and specious i
lately filled by 'r
thering of the p- i
iwple of the Capi.
ie only daughter f
Irs. Frederick T.
ppeatedly been d
uset beautiful yo' g
lorida; the groom
pa Mrs. John Da
lhough quite a v
bshier of the Cap'
The usual attract
shas was en
Ian by elaborate an
oration, in which b
id narcissuses pred m
leet of simple elI
beed,and a most app
wished for the i
ue wedding
chancel hung a
bell most artist
japws inte
by t-inths and
SFormosa fera.,
bridal couple
the ceremony.
B. Cameron p
n, with flute acco
R. A. Shine. Lob
g March was pay
y entered th che
service the popul
ate air of "Sweei,
-y rendered, and
of the ceremony
of Mlendelssohb
w red from
-ihe ezik.f-o
made.


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ushers were M
adon, Mr. Al<
iams, Mr. Cheever
.Edwin Barnes, all o
he bridesmaids
Waze Cox, of Jack
iua Avery, of
5a Lucy Law, of
lis Jesbtie Edmondao
tee. The groonasm
1im Earle Peikins, a b
room; Mr. Lewis M.
lexander Petkins Ha
obert II. MAlickler, allof
in Emile Perkins
pnor. Miss Mary Gor
ressed in white organ
rig a basket of violets
as a charming little flo
aster W. Blount Mye
andsome page for his
tely bride, escorted b
Io gave her in marriage
cancel her future husband
his brother, Mr. Char
,who acted as best
William H. Carter, re
larch, read the bethal
ge ceremonies at the
)ar, and the Rt. Rev.
SWeed, Bishop of Fl1
ced the benedictie".


The bride's gown was
1 of beautiful simple'
Wle costume was of
*e satin, the skirt ha
iceful train. The sl
ke were of crepe ae c
bha of point lace on
ke. The bridal veil of
sly covering the go
ed with lilies of the.
rquet was of brides
The bridesmaids' go
Me organdie with lace t
y carried shower b
ert. The maid of
in on exquiar^
green Agra game.
had a balero ofa
ver bouquet was


ler the cerom. .0 a
Mmausto the bridid p"
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never
gant V
that
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united
and


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ur apj
nythi
rch wi
eprese
nent
The
Sena
L yers, a
Sonsi
ed to
won
a son
Perkiz
ing m
City E
nees o
on th
tastefi
bite ja
oinate
ace w
private
&restir
service
eautifa
ally I
perse
lovely
neat
stood
Miss
ided
panin
Grin)
as th
h.
and
Mari
the
e ii
a W
e
the


Joseph A.
ander H.
Shine and
f this city.
ere Missh
ville; Miss
Pensacola;
cago, and
of- Talla-
Swere Mr.
other of the
lively, Mr
n and Mr
'allahassee
is maid ol
I, daintily
and car-
d smilax,
r girl, and
as a very
ster. The
er father,
met at the
attended
W.Per.
". R4
r of the
and mar-
ps of the
in Gard-
da, pro-


eperfec-
ty. The
h ivory-
g a long,
yes and
eand
ed the
on-
was faa-
Hei

were of
mings
ieat of


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fi
pun


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ad "y

bfen a
wedding
whieck
John's
I miss

young

pal5r in
pointed
4 hand.
as comn-
ntative
society
bride is
tor and
and has
be the
man in
of Mr.
ns, and,
lan, is
Bank.
f Saint
is occa.
U floral
ponlcas
d. An
as pro-
asetting
ng and
e. In
al wed-
made of
d. with
sprays
rs po



which
Sdur.
Eve-
at the
nent by
s Wed-
e bridal
During
appro-
le wasi
conclu-
nspiring
wedding
massive
church


SHill Chaires, work on public.road. 1 50
NBAawfield ............... 750
0 Bernard. game warden........150 00
R A WLittield, cash paid for
blanks... ..................... 84.00
D M Stoutamire, building bridge. 30 00
W A Nowlin, repairing scraper.. 4 00
The official bond of J. A. Craig,
I Justice Peace for District No.6 5 and
L B. F. Page Justice Peace for Dis-
Strict No. 11, and L. R. Langston
Constable Justice Peace District No.
11, -were everally approved.
r The bids to clay, rock and put in
good repair the road leading from
f the Seaboard Air Line railroad to
the corporation line from Miss Ida
f Allen's store to the top of the hill
i opposite the Ellen Williams estate
r place, and from the hill to work re-
0ceetly done near the -*pot, and to
t otherwise repair and put tie road in
a r elas- condition, were opened.
The bid of'John S. Brown, agreeing
g to do the work for one hundred and
Sit (*160) dollars, was accepted.
l & is ordered that Alfred Martin
a be sad is h*eby allowed one dollar


*gran te*stimosy that~ this waL ia-I
I^ avioet we~d Aip
Seated with paryi we r
Athe outo-tovg t i Mr.


Mips Edna Ard of PL
Mg B. MoO
bow, Mrs. Loal Peck a isd Ja ^
Saie Cox, of Jackso ie.
On ltablo e h. a1sund the
entire four walls olrge roomE loi
the aseoond fAoor, immediately over
the library, were placed the very fnu.
merous and exceptionally lovely
wedding gifts, received from friends
in all sections of Florida and more
distant places, atteting tho. great
popularity of the young bride and
Lgroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Perkina left on an
afternoon train for ae adding trip
which- will include a to New
Orleans at the time of the Mardi
Gras festivities. Their future home
will be in Taahaumeme.
Board oa Conty Comuissioners.
The regular meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners was held
on Monday, February 4, 1901. The
following members were present: L
C. Yaeger, chairman, E. C. Smith,
L A, Roberts and M.I H. Johnson.
The minutes of the former meeting
were read and approved. The fol-
lowing accounts were examined, ap-
proved and ordered paid.
Mry Davis, conry poor.........$ 5 00
Mary Coleman, county poor..... 65 00
DtRodes, county poor....... 500
Jas Bond, county poor........... 8 00
Henry Tuten, county poor..... .... -1 50
Mary Williamns. county poor..... 8 00
LAurS nee Powell, county poor.... 1 50
H C Herring, county poor....... 3 00
Becky Ward, county poor........6 00
Sam Johuson, county poor ....... 1 50
Ellen Everett, county poor....... 3 00
Mai thew Curtis, county poor... 1 50
Mary Stephens, county po'r..... 5 00
Rebecca Reagan. county poor ... 5
Sarah Ann Walki-r, county poor.. 1 50
Richard Carpenter, county poor.. 2 00o
Sarah Sanmpetu. county poor .... 3 oo
Jt.- Smith. county .poor....... ...1 50
SMariha Carroll, county poor..... 5 00
h-tarling Hunter. country poor.... 1 50
Mary Harisfield, county poor..... 2 50
Hannah Willis, county poor...... 4 (100
Rachel Wileon, county poor.. ... 1 00
Elizateth MXFail, county poor 2 00
U< linda Ca-on. county poor...... 1 50
Violet Jackson, county poor...... 1 50
Wilson Wintrey, county poor..... 1 50
Levy Hays, county poor.......... 1 50
Ann Holmes. county por....... 1 50
SMrs. Dinnard, county poor........ 5 On
.MIws Altfred Mlartin, county poor... 1 00
CA Bryan, county auditor....... 50 00
*Ftk. W Hale. janitor court home. 2 00
I'T&aha4'e& Limber Co pairy
(rent of armory) ........... 30 00
L U Yaeger, salary Co. Corn.....3. 3o 0
E U Smith, Atlary Co. Coni....... 04 00
.X H Johnson, salary Co Corn.... 48 00
W J Johnson, salary Co. Coni .... 64 01
SLA R.berts, salary Co. CGm..... 70 40
L A Roberts, road supervisor....... 72 00
EU Smith, road supe-rvisor....... 50 00
SW Cromartie, road overseer.... 10 50
SE B Manning, lumber, etc.,
bridges.... ... ................. 2 85
Geo W Hale, cash for wood...... 350
Capital City Light & Fuel Co gas
and cke...... ..........19 75
Ley Brosr. mrhandise......... 15 94
Tallahaswwe Drug Co., drugs...... 1 80
Erastu8'W Clark. stationery..... 25
Wekly Tallahseean........ 2 45
(G-o D Barnard &Co.. record books 63 20
R F Van Brunt, justice peace fees 3 83
RIF VanHrunt, witness fees justice
pleacJ court .................. 2 00
W C (romartie, constable fee. 8 70
1 RA Whit field, witness fees (o.
Judgecouprt............. ...... 1 50
* R A Whitfleld, Co. Judge fees..... 2 02
Jno A P Sheriff .......... 5 95
SJno APeapc, feed prisonlers... 8920
>H T Felkel, compiling agricultural
statistics..... .......... 172 80
A Stephenson, carpenter work
court house. ............... 3 25
J PSmith, justice peace fees 55
* J P Smith, witness fees justice
court ................... 8 34s
J CFleuoing, constable fees......5 60
R L Harvey, work on public road 3 00
JP Chaikes work on pjlhic road. 8 00


Pursuant to a call by the chairman take steps to secure the sentiments of
of the Democratic Executive Corn- the people as to bonding the city for
mittee, a meeting wa held at the the purpose of securing a good sew-
city hall in Tallahasse, Fla. Feb. erage system? It is the city's great-
8th 1901 for the purpose of nomi- est need. TAX PAYER.
naming city officers. Ia Bankrptcy.
Hon Geo. P. Riney was elected In the F. of
chairman and Ch. G. Myers sec- Aucilla, in bankrupty, a hearing was
rotary. ad before Referee John Hodges
The chairman then stated the ob-a db R ne l J peno
ject of the meeting, was to nominate Monday. Counsel representing
the following candidates: A Mayor,a at, and it was learned that the as-
City Clerk, a Cit Tax Collector,setswere ,0, and the liabilities
a Cty axAvsestipr, five Council-seswr 10,anthlibiie
SCity T Aemor five Ctoncl-and about an equal amount. John L.
man for full term of two years and Neely, Jr, was appointed trustee.
Sone Councilman for unexpired term eely, Jr, was appoi nted trustee.
I of one year. / RodfBaolt Plantatiod.
The following names was then Mr. G. B. Cloes, of Chicago, ]l.,
placed in nomination: For Mayor, has bought the "RodenVolt" planta-
-& B. Gorman; for City Clerk, A. H. tion near Lake Jackson of Mr. H. V.
Wiliams; for City Tax Collector, R. Schrvder. Mr. Cloes will start a
. W.D. Wilson; for City Tax Asses- dairy and general stock raising busi-
sor, Wm H., Cbancey. For five ness, and later on expects to put in
SConnalmen, full term of two years: a large canin establishment. The
F. W. Armstrong, L. C. Yeager, plantation consists of some of the
SW.F. Quail, L. I. Lively, C. W. bees lands in the county, and is capa-
r Perkiis. For unexpired term of one ble of prodadug any kand of crop


son county.
A. A. Allen, of Green Cove
Spriqgs, to be nota'y public for the
State at large. |
Benefit for the Uaversity Library.
The entertainment for the benefit
;of the Library, ga'en at Munro's
Opera House, Tuedy night, Febru-
ary 12th, proved a almost delightful
and enjoyable one and it was in
fact "a success." he recitations
were very good, the' music very un-
usually good. We mention, without
detriment to the others, the Concerts
of Mendelssohn, rendered by Miss
Province (accompanied by Mr. Gas-
ton Dav), in a most finished and
artistic manner.
The audience exceptionally select
and attentive, appreciated fully the
endeavors of the partiaip~pit to give
them their best efforts.
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oBismarek's Iroa Nerve
vim the result of his splendid health.
Indomatable'will aed treseldoms ebergr


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Regdrf ll BdOet from

Our Correspondent

PENSION LEGISLATION, ETC.


wd amhe ainI haw bn )-mto @me the
rerie1th
and a requfmit plied wth verag s t stoihJrmovd that
wit aWedi r ed irMa n thefiit an appoint this com-I
itowingaiid Melviwa M. Le to *which being carried the
etai a .ienae to sell liqors, wines iam add the following
and beer'. Joe A. Edmndson,
The petition for changing of ins,W. L. Wight,Aaron
public road on the Bradwell p COlareine James.
was bioughS'tp .for tAondeio.A motion was then made and
Afterhearing-t a rgqa ts ofMr. toadjourn.
P. T. Myers, ary r the oppo- 0HAs G. Mms, Secretary.
nents to the hae of the road, i 'hsee, Fla, Feb. 8th 19 1.
was ordered thatte vote be taken u O
by written ballot The vte stood to*s N
2 for and 2 against. he Chairman i*streiy is the most dem eraic
announced that the petition was not all amusement. It appais to
granted rybody. They all thoroughly
-o a good, clean minstrel enter-
Tne Georgia Pie. suUnen. Gorton's Minstrels has
TThe -.-r3ua ,iue Raiorpad will been noted for its refinement,
oo be exteUaedi *om Bainbrv gto d Ias been a success for over a
this city. There is hardly an ques-, ter of a century. Innocent
tion of doubt about that now. i n ments without vulgarity will
The preliminary surveys have all a B wear, while those of an in-
about been completed and the route flr quality last but a short time.
of the road determined upon. Tal- attending &Gorton'" you will
lahassee has so near complied with complete, clean minstrel com-
her contract, that the parties having up-to date in every line, pro-
the matter in chargehave guaranteed d g genuine minstrelay. 'You
the balance, relying upon the people see an enterprise that ever
to back them up. 6a0 exaggerated vaporings, telat-
The Savannah Morning News is into fabulous accounts of financial
responsible for the statement that outlay, extravagant and visiqpary
grading will commence at both ends equipment. You will see all tOat is
of the road by the 20th instant. radrised. The. greatest voc ists,
Whether that is true or not, remains mao scans and comedians travyling
to be seen, but the opinion of the wito Gerton's All White MinsIrels.
writer of this article is that the date will undoubtedly be a lvely
is not far wrong. denmd for the best seats, noy on
The line as finally located, runs. alt MeginnisW Shoe Store, for
just south of Fort San Luis, right the evening of February 19th.
down the left of the "Iron Bridge o Aa a r
Road" through Mr. John P. Roberts' L L-emDy Jaury.
place and on west, going between the P lRoLL-Fenton Davis, Delle
public road rnd.the old Seabury res- N Eva Dyeer, Marie Leydockane
idence. Then it crosses the public Ru va enold, MaGenie C er, Mary
road going in a northwesterly direc- R Re ld Gene Carter Mary
tion through the Meginniss tract and Goranr una r K e Barker
continues almost a direct line to the Hel Craner Lavert Browng Jea ne
Ocklockonee river. My6 a Eppe, Douglas Bar-
Those who are familiar with the bour, Philip Carter, Shannon Per-
hilly country through which it runs, kins, Crowell DauDkins, Leonmard
but have nevet observed this route McDougal, red
with a view to railroading will be llousehllder, George Brown, Mandel
surprised when they do so to find Rosedle*. .
the small amount of grading to be Hos F- ROLl-Marion BoweLD,
done, as compared to what the Beulai _Ferrell, Suzie McGriff, Lot-
done, as compared to what the ess. -
ual observer thinks it will be. tie Pichrd, Ruby Barker, Olivette
An eighteen foot cut right at Fort Head, Clifton Byrd, Genie Van
San Luis is,the deepest this ,side of Bruntg ula Keith, Theo Rosedale,
the river. The line follows a ravine E1one .McGrff, Julia Chaires, Eje-
all the way from the terminal loca. lyn 1rear, Aline Barker, Louie
tion to the Meginniss place. Clark Slie Fobes, Alice Gwyion,
-The opening 6of this road, which Rebecift0mea tiekan 6n, Pearl
will be accompli-hed inside eighteen Armstrong, HerbertFelkel, Charles
months (putting it at the outside Demilly, Waldemer Leydock, Robert
limits), will result in far greater ben- Temple, Ly wood Evans, Charles
I- Dennard, John Clark, Harry Wilson,
efit to this section of the State than Dennare Jameohn Bernard BHarry Wilsonrd
most people at present think. The Gene Jares, Bernard Byrd, lord
lands adjacent to the line sar- Barco, Horace Van Brunt, Allen
veyed are the finest trucking and Freeman, Jean Montgomery, Normny)
watermelon lands in this country Sutton, Blunt Myers, Hlarbert Keith,
watermelon lands in this country. L Ro
It is a noticable fact, in South Louis Rosser.
Georgia, that almost every farm along The City's Great Need.
the lines of railroad has a long side Editor Tallahasseean:-While oir
track. The reason is obvious when people are discussing city election,
one passes along through thb*re in the etc., will you not call attention t|&
mid summer season. On all these the absolute need of good sewerage
sidings are long trains of box cars for our city; not only is the comfort
being loaded with melons, of the citizens, but their health ii
Our lands are far superior to those volved in the question of seweragq.
of the melon section. of South Geor- With our increasing population
gia and the &nly thing that has pre- becomes a necessity if we wish tq
vented us from entering into compe- maintain the fine health record we
tition with them for the .melon trade are entitled t.o.
has been the lack of quick transpor- The want of a good sewerage sys,
station to the north and northwestern tern is also retarding the growth of
markets. The completion of the our city. We know of several resi-
Georgia Pine Railroad will give us dences that would at once be erected
this, through connecting lines be- if we had a good system of sewerage.
yondBainbridge,and we can then add Let us relieve our city from the
melons and tracking products to our unsightly, unhealthy and disagrees-
money crop. ble methods now in use.
The City Primary. Will not our City Council at once


he said, that a grAt discrepancy
exists in the population of certain
districts in the Unite4;States as com-
pared with those fogother districts.
I will give you s4he figures to
illustrate what I mesa. The Fourth
district of California cntains 147,942
people, compared. jwth 228,642 for
the Fifth district; N6%Vork, Seventh
district, 114,766, and Fifteenth, 223,
838, a difference of 109,07% Win-
conan 236,107, in the Fourth dis-
etrict andll3,1 45 in tha Ffth, adif-
ferene of 12X748; Connecticut, Sec-
-A 6:.MP.* 9. M AGe.a r % IA


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AY~FJ~t


he de Wowitrated i ability in this
direction to the TAIT,1ArASSKEAN..
Coming at Boon be took a plain
pnes of glae,' and in just half an
howr had completed a pefeot mir-
ror. He mixes his own preparations,
and guarantees his work. That
which wa done in the editor's pres-
ence, and other jobs exhibited to
him would' certainly bear the scru-.
tiny and criticism of an expert.
Panacea News Notes.
Panacea; Fla., Feb. 13k-Mr. E. J.
Barney and Mr. J. H. Stevens, of
Dayton, 0, and Mr. R. C. McIlntosh,
Dr. E. 0. Jelk- and Mr. J. W.
Oglesby, of Quitman, Ga., in their
private car, on the way to Carrabelle,
stopped off at Panacea to see the
place and the Golf. They took a
sail on the bay, and saw plenty of
game, tried their hand at trap shoot-
ing and rifle practice, billiards-and
shulffeboard, and had plenty of fresh
fish and oysters, venison, etc. Their
short stay was enjoyed very much,
and Panaca will always be glad to
welcome them back again.
Mr. Henry E. Smith and Mr. W.
M. Whitlock, both of Newark, N. J,
who have spent the past ten days at
Panacea Springs, left today for
Ponta Rausa. They report most ex-
cellent fishing the last few days in
the iWland lakes, some of the black
bass caught weighing over eight
pounds.
The speckled trout are being
very successfully taken with a spoon
now, and are a game and very su-
perior table fish. The weather was
against the duck shooters, but they
were excellent shots, and always
brought back a good bag each day.
They had good luck with the plover
shooting, and killed some very large
pelicans, which it is a pity, owing to
having no taxidermist, could notL be
mounted.
Mrs. H. Stuart, of Panacea
Springs Hotel, is spending a few
days at Avoca, Ga.
Anaxagorean Society Debate.
At the regular meeting of the
Anaxagorean Literary Society of the
West Florida Seminary, Thursday
afternoon, the following question
was ably discussed: "Resolved,
That the Constitution of the United
States follows the flag." Messrs.
W. B. Crawford and J. W. E-lmond-
son argued for the affirmative, and
Asa B. Clark and Julian Howard for
the negative. The judges decided
in favor af the negative, by a' vote
of two to one. At this meeting the
new officers were sworn in, and the
President, Mr. V. Munroe McIn-
tosh, delivered his inaugural ad-
dress. President Murphee of the
Institution appeared before the so-
ciety and, at its request, delivered
an address.
This society, though young, has a
bright future before it, and at Coim-
mencement will ;prove a drawing
card. Among itit members are the
President of the State Oratorical As-
sociation, President of the local Ora-
torical Association and three editors
on the staff of the Argo, the college
annual publication.
Civil Appointments.
Governor Jennings has made the
following civil appointments:
W. A. Brooks, of Providence, to
be notury public for the State at
large.
Thad. M. Baker, of Neptune, to be
constable for district 2, Dade county.
Ransom Cason, of LaCrosse, to be
notary public for the State at large.
Wm. J. Jarvis, of Bond, to be jus-
tice of the peace for district 6, Madi-


Some Facts About Republican feth.
ods of Keeping all the Offices.

Washington February 9. Accord-
ing to present indication, Congress
is preparing to obviate the necessity
of and extra session by adopting a
resolution authorizing the President
to withdraw the United States army
from Cuba and turn the island over
to its own people, as soon as certain
conditions are inserted in the new
Constitution of the island. These
conditions include grants of naval
stations and formal consent to submit
the exercise of she debt raining and
treaty making powers of the new
Government to the supervision of
the United States. In other words,
the Republicans seem to have about
made up their minds that they can
do by. indirection what they cannot
do by direction; they hold that they
cannot amend the Cuban Constitu-
tion but they insist that they can
compel the Cubans to amend it as
this country may desire. This is
certainly amazing in view of the
following resolution unanimously
adopted by Congress and signed by
President McKinley:- "That the
United States hereby disclaim any
disposition or intention to exercise
sovereignty, jurisdiction or control
over said island, except for the paci-
fication thereof, and assert their die-
termination when that is completed
to leave the government and con-
trol of the island to its people. Under
this resolution, it is difficult for any
honest mnan to see what either Con-
gress or the President has to do with
the matter, further than to make
sure that "pacification" has been
brought about. The position of the
Democrats in Congress, therefore,
is that the President should with-
draw from the ixnd the moment a
stable Goverunmelt has bji. estab-
lished.
The overwhelm)ig flood of special
pension legislatiort will soon force
Congress to take some mneanis of dam-
ming it. Even R-pulli.an-s express
the opinion that the scope of Con-
gressional action tinanch matters had
been overstepped entire ly, and that
under the present practice a pension
bureau had beenestahlished under
the domtue of the capitol. In the
present. Congress there have 2, 133
special pension bills in tht
Senate and with the general bifls
and House hills, the Senate Pension
Committee had been asked s' far to
take up about three thousrind bills.
One Senator has introduced 162 bills
and another 145, The biusinesc is
already as large as the Coinmmnittee
can handle well anI there is little
doubt it Wiill be doubled in the next
Congress. This is due to the fact
that the pension attorneys are ad vis-
ing soldiers that it i4 easier tV get their
pensions through Ongressional ac-
tion than through the Pension Bu-
reau. I
Reference was rnaie in this cor-
respondence some ti me ago to the
almost openly avoite intentions of
the Republicans t4 resort to gerry-
mandering in the as receiving in-
creased representati n 41nder the new
census, especially jntany of which
they had obtained t'morary control
by the results of telast election.
Few people, howewV snow how far
this method of secti)gP members to
which the Republic un are not en-
titled has already g4 min the north-
ern states, rivaling effects, the
most wholesale dis suchisement of
negroes for whicht4 4~uth has ever
been responsible. For instance, con-
sider the following statement pre-
pared from official records by a Dem-
oratic member of thelfouse. I find,


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*rw ile Jie protects in ii- conrtitu-
- ial ra rights the most odious indi-
Svnal then in this country, and liy
'I action dignifying and eniobliing
Judiciary, and sustaining and


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Wilful Waste
ak--qs Wo-fd Want,"
ij s as Waseful not to secure wa
ne4 d migid t have as t is to squan-
hall w.- a .ea43y possess. Heath is
possession. You can secme it
d'Aeep it by taking ILacts Sarsapart.Ha
pcfis the blood, cresdisease, and
$rat the whole ostem
V~od^ g~afaUl


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wth a ifWlegd inlayer
.-.a aswa'poo. te.hench-
Sdearnifrien. of. thel
What wonder that
'e dramatic power of
was capalde he should ex-
Aki he was mre to ie
b- his trial frnMmicha
- cM1nree "Woull to God
S1did 0 stand on the nanje grounid
y other man." Yet that
d impartial mind, which cie
4 :..pay h4aage to, staipledl not
hap. to the level of per.
judic, dislike or flar. The
-a m t tat time demanded the
te ofl.or. The .jory were
*- 4 f. fm among prejudiced
i.th greater difficulty, and it
Sfclan of bUarnhal's definition
S fethit the sla3 er df his dear.
weat out from that court
A free man. "Treason against
WiWnd States" said lMarshall.
...i ennm4t only in leavingg ai
t hem or in adhering to their
-. hgiving them aid! and cornm-
fotd ca it be that the landing
4.Ji yw ilen, however desperate
tid however intent to overthrow
he. vernment of a State, was a
-of wat? It migh; be a con-
y, but it was not treison withliii
tstitLution." And I urr % as of
saa ty acquitted beealse of this
-&def ioti, and the attorney for th-
ament uaid: "Marrb hl stepped
ia Swet-a Bt rr and death." What
a a that must have been! Iin-
the crowded cofut room ill
*onia, filled with excited specta-
clamoring for thet death of
Ba. Finally the court officers be-
gln arrive; the Clerk: perhaps i-
.n his place; the n the Attorney.-
e .ral for the Goverinment, and
4heet is a stretching of necks to get
-a |mpse cf the man who will pro
ce the accusation : against a
ar; then there is a stir, and into
crowded 'court room comes i lie
al, leading like a& felon that
-aer mind, that man who had
Flights of oratory with leau-
Syet unreached, who had been.
Ni -President of the United :tate",
once lacked but one vote of be-
a President instead of Thoma-
-..J eron. The door opens, and
taing through the throng, lookiing
r to the right, or left,
Ia.ed the subject of this
ael the jurist Marshall. II-
s his place upon the lbe 'h, and
a long moment ju-ist aiu
.. o.er surveyed each other-nevel
-an e history of mankind did two
,* e wonderful eyes look into oni.'
a.t her than then. Thus the trial
3ta. Before the learned Justice
[dan old-tme rival in politics,
1B the acknowledged slayer of lhi
t friend, and on tDial tor a
even more heinous than that
Sees of the jurist before him,
t crinl of treason against hi< nta-
land; yet through all that feaice
the scales of justice we re held
even hand. and nio word against
slayer of his friend, passed the
ij_ of the jurist. It was the piicture
good judge, profoundly learn d
n 11l the law, not merely upright
U well intended, but the man awho
IV not respect per.-ons in judgment;
fc looks only for justice, thi.u1h thie-
Sightnig should lipht upon his brow,
-Viile lie holds thle Ialance even,


years, white wih the riiime of foni
.-core winters, renldeiirg the opiniI,,,,
of the gieate.t tribunal in the hla',
fini a question between :in vol-cule
person and a great State anl involtv
i---lihe rights of a nation of rede
* ava-es.
1"'he1 defend:int Wortester, had
been indicted, tIied :nd convicted
for e.-iding within lthe limits of the
Chlertkee nation, without a licehm,.-
.ild wiimout,. hi:ving taken the oath
to defend the ConAtitutiona of Geur-
gin.
It was contended at the bar
that the acts of the legislature
seize on. the whole of the Cherokee
,,ahieo,, pare 1I it ouit among th,.
-.eiglimorng counties of the State.
extend her code oUer the whole
country, albolish its institutions and
its Lhwa iand annihilate its political
existence. The aged juri-t in ren-
dering the opinion of the court Jdenied
Ihe right of any State to size the
country of an Jndian nation without
lawful coi ;quest, or make laws regn
Inting what a person should do who
lived within lihe limits of Mneali na
tion. lie said: "It it diflirnit t.,
cniprehen/d the proposition that tihe
inh:iabitants of either quarter of the-
gloihe could have rightful and
originall claims of dominion over th<-
iihabituints of the other or that the
discovery of either by the otlier
gave the discoverer rights in itl,
country discovered, which annulled
the pre-existinfg rights of its auncieni
lios-essors." Once more the vene-r
able Ju.tice did his duty. Though
it was undoubtedly to the advantage
of the State of.Georgia and the gen-
eral Guveinment to otsses Ithe land
ot the Cherokees, rich in minerals, in
grazing fields, in agricultural and
timbered country, yet without hesi-
tation Marshall said that the Con-
stitution and laws of the United
States did not contemplate or war-
iant it from the mere fact of discov-
try and that 'any law made relative
to the regulation of the affairs or
people of. or within the Indian na-
tion were void as repugnant to the
Constitution, treaties and laws of the
United States.
As a lawyer John Marshall. was
great though his- career at the bar
.was comparatively brief. It should
-be a dignity like that of Chevalier to
Ia mnn*ht la.. .....AtI %^ -.. ..-.


deios in the celebrated
arttipm athCollegIeca'e re areall
faip and a I 1will mo&ag ke au your
tiise ii revewinugit. A worthy iioe
aMer st abhout tAis case is thna
Daniel Webster, then thp foren.ow4
orator in this country, was before the
bench in that case.
"The case of Dartmouth College-
is the bulwark of our ivworprwated
institutions for publdi educaauon and
of thore chartered endowments for'
diffusive public -charity, which are
not only ,ornaments, but among the
strongest defenses of a nation. It.
raises them above thIe reach of party
and occasional prejudice, and gives
assurance to the hope that the men
who now live may be associated
with the men who are to live here-
after by works consecrated to exalt
mid refine the people, and destined,
if they endure, to unite successive
generatiions by the elevating senti-
ment of liih nati.,tnl character."
I. lIM, when marshalll was near-
ing the end of h6. long career, -the
care of Worcester vs. the State of
Georgia was brought Ieffore the iSu.
preme Coulrt of the United St *Let
on a writ' of error. The aged Chief
Justice voice the opinion of the
court. For *hirty years he had ieeni
CIaief Justice, and now as his long
and glorious career was closing 'thiv
.spectacle was presented of the aged
jumist trembling with the wright of

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our symnilathies over all classes of
societlv and through the blrightncss
of its prophetic visions helps faith
lay hold on the future life."
lie often quoted these lines from
Goldsmith:
* Thou- bho ibhink mu-t govern thvea who toil.
Aid ail ltht ef(et.oii *s I ihe-l a.m can reach.
Is but tolay piopcrtioied toads oil eaclh."
Law and literature should go hand
in hand. To many it is too pro.aie
a subject to inspire poets or authors.
but the two monuments of our liter-
ature, the Bible and Shakespeare,
contain many allusions to law and
lawyers. "The Merchant of Venice"
is a dramatized law case with the


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hunter in his chase or a school boy
in his sport.
How often do we hear jests con.
cerning the lawyer. buch as,
*'-Here is buriel a lawyer and
an honest nian!i" and the peu-
pie wonder why two men are
hnuied in the same. grave. 'ut
it is only awong the ignorant, the-
narrow-minded, or on the gomic
stage, that such expresions are now
heard, Grand, glorious, magnifite-nt
proft-sinoi.! HIeaven will surely
bless the man whose soul is thrilled
with its lofty duties. Of all the
chillIren of men the true lawyer 1-
the mot. thoroughly t'epretiated.
1Peo1ple generally admire him, but
nmly 1weea se they think him shrewd.
They -l *se their eyes to the faet that
he i4 often a solitary, desert1 d re-
aluse, within the walls of his owln
l.heerless office, listening to tihe .-al.
sad tales of family sorrow and dis-
-e'ntion; It ckinig uI iii isi breast the
harrou ing narrative of some misdi-
rected life, comforting as best he
,'an the deserted wife or heart
lr,.ken wid,.wed mother; settling the
lifferene's between bioth,.r and sis-
Ler, city and State, and by his every-
*,ay experiences revganizing that
,itunan existence is a netw ,ik of sor-
owfiul relations; confiding even hi-
houghtLs to no one but his own
books, thrilling when he does right,
.rembling at he approach of wrong;
liAi man often mtde ihe buit and
ridicule of the ignorant and lowly,
goes on silently solving for other
people life's hard problems, until lie
4s e:led himself to stanl in that
courtt of last resort, before the Judgei
e.f afi humn:itv, in that chamber too
bright for error's g' ggled gaz.-,
where the law of merger receives its
l otiest application aid' law and love
aire merged in mercy and the tired
mind anm heart sighs relief to find
chat paradise at last whrre the law.
ytr's occupation i- unknown.
Such a lawyer wag John Marshall.
While at the bir he had a supreme
regard for Judiciary. To him the
court was a civic sanctuary where
l.iw is adiinis-tered by clean and
spotless hands, where virtue is
triumphant and guilt is punished,
where rapacity is stayed, ambition
checked, executives curbed, Legisla-
tures restrained, Conristitutions up-
hetil; where incense as ever a'cending
from the altars of right and the
candles of liberty never go out.*
His love of literature and poetry
was marked and hlis opinions are
often graced with exqubile bits
of rhetoric. lie said of po-
e.try in a letter to his friend,
Mr. Joseph Story: "It bring.-
Imack the f'eshi.ess of youth,
ievires the relish of simplee pleasures,
refines youthful l our inter st in human nature, spreads


beast- The eoostitu tioni
of the day have ceased to trouble
him. He is asleep. Those around
that bed of death with all its watch-
ful as&iddities, its tenderness, its
solemn testimonies to expiring love
remembered long the -last fond look
of his glazing eye turned upon them


: Y& i4mwersof
lo-u of hitalents
,proach. How silent
How immovable are hui
Flom the robes of oio

all that remains of the man
(Countnu- d uo Svasn th


4M. %o o'e is n ore. consci ns
Mi "it i have fallen far sl rt of
4dmg^'-even srtM u-tice to the
pkeinsat taik awarded m e by the bar.
Tbe ame of so great a man as Mr.
Chief, Justice Marshall is however
one that needs no eulogy other thin
the effulgence of 'its own fame.
Search the biographies of the gea'
lawyers and jurists of the world and
you will find none that surpassed, I
think none that approached him in
talents and power.
A hundred years have gone since
he tet upon the bench foc the tirst
time as Chief Justice of the supreme
Court of the United State;s a hun-
dred years since the marvetu.u mui-r
wt hi. voice first resounded through
the Supreme Court chambers as one
of its justices. None are among us
now whio ca recall among life's most
cherished mi-mories that pallid face,
Illumined 'ith intelligencee and
watchfulne n for justice to all alike;
the last lingering witness of his as.
numltion 4f the duties of Chief
Justice tiave passed on and to the
generations now on earth he is but a
,name and a statute enshrined in
fame's holy temple with Solon, Coke,
Blackstonei Kent and the master
minds who companioned him as pa.
triots of our early national life.
What he has done has long been
a part of our nation's history and
what he has said is constantly-read
by every ltIwye-r who aspires t.) in-
terpret aright the laws of his native
land. .
It has been a long time since
\Va-Iinguta gathered around him at
the cabine, table, side by side, the
cold gentlemen of New England at.d
the sympa.betie children ot the Sun.
and it has'been almost as long since
the nation' discovered that on Mar-
Sneeze and Blow.
That ix wh-i yu must do when ou
have -eaarrh in the h;ad. Tue way to
cu -- ths disease Is to purz'y the blood
wi ii litmld'sZ Sirseapirilli Tis n edi-
Ine sotahes andt heals the iufi &l ed sur-
faces, rebuilds the' d-iut te ts-i '-i, a ind
lt'rza nt n-niy c .('t autii1t.j ',% exp. ii',.
Itr. ti t c.,v.l r! tl'ir s Lt' uo,1
in-:c:iit dj.,e its.. .B ure t', get

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-halis brow was stamped the inef- A '
taceable birthmark of genius. F'ar A 1 -
ibove even his -splendid talents, cap- T J L Jl iI G l
Livating eloquence, logical mind are
to be placed his pure, haiest and How Ca y1rh PRobs ItRs Victims of Health and Life.
dauntless character. Down to the
last hour if his long life he was a Catarrh is tie most Insditaa of "
12 diseases. Ifuegletcted, it invariably J,
student o; law and letters, of any- reaches the bronchial tubes and
thing tha4 would add strength anl lu s render.-n tem weak and
susceptible to consumption.
lusLer to is judicial services. l'Think
of a man already 80 years old, for '* P. o an
imn.re than an ordinary lifetime Chief Is the only "orea) treatment forS
usce, schooling himself daily in st n disease. aa
.tn law, ii rhetoric and literature-- ow renized as an affection of-
me-. .a, ht ... .. theblood.andnaot amerelocalt-ro.
studying .he beauUtiui and the good bie. The bestblood purifieriathere.
S. rore the beat remedy, anl the best
Iu every walk and domain of public blood raerisackowledged to be
Sr lf t -P eP. P.P. Under treatment with P. l
andprvte life! P. the sickenig ischarges, with
His nane has been an inspiration' bawkigana dZittigand o ensive
S .. odor, qiekly dsappear and permSi-
to the A erican judiciary for a hun-. sentand, radical recovery soon re-
dred ye and thus we celebrate e Lt. aioTHERS, svai
his emin-nt arts, his l.gi'a mind, Vaehi isA Ba ..BlolJs, amu .oq
his sturd seeking after fund4nea talof P. P. .. L pmav 'sGreat ReinedI.
truth for.:e good of his people. was fli the .rowli of my Eed to the soles of my feet. Your P. P. P. IM b 1 Uei
I -etultyof breathing.-smothering, ppitationof the heart, and has relieved me of fAl plai.
But J, in Marhall is dead .. U)ead mtril was closedfor ten years, bt now I ean breathe through it readily.
in th ci tl-a,.... Lsa wh .il ratn I have not slept on either side for tvo ears: in fart. I dreaded tosee night eome. Kovwid
I te ci atsaw e raOU sdly in any pstion all nigh I an 5o years o!1. I.ht expect soon to bt able to. tke hold .1
of ludeufeudence planned, drAwn up pow handles feel lad that I w-s lucky enonuh to get P. P. P.. and I heartily recimimenUd
Sle -- m, pla ,, i ,r w my friends and the puic renernily.. VYotrs re .ind sTgte The old bell 0of brrLy THE .TAT OF EXAS- -Countyrof Comanche.-Refre the underlined authority .Onl*.
,. a.. ... lri personally appearedA. M. Ramsey. vwh,),after being dulv sworn. .vs ou oath that hie i
hangs w i its brokenbody r hit atement made by him relative t the vrte of P. P. P medicine is true. A.M. RAMMXE
couch. he nation mou rn The sworn to aWIsubscribed befo-e me this Anwu't 4th i 1.
e J. M. LA.M3IRT, N. P.. Comanche Count.. Te&
flags ovr the Capital at w hinmg- ppsmanas Great Remed7) is superior to all 8n-sana-llas nMr e the
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wlo .-a ,-v-th "-.f t > l dtl3eas*q of the s8riu and blood.
eral stas droop low in th badge Lipnmain's Oreat Remedy) is well known to pys'eians, who prem"64
S: s d .. i ... b ..d P lr- rgely in their regulS~ r practice, the formula b.ing priatei on-
uf unoura ing. There is a v cy In caitou. Sold by all Druggists.
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Women suffer-
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./..-,eithem. Phy-
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wsy with other
c: ,.nes that
Lr 1~.an f Uly
t:C. peculiar aiil-
ments an- the
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a fair tial to
1

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AP'1rsa Cnrca.KlteV. 8. M.
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elome ihS exteudie to all. ...a
jt JoiHIS EPIMberxAI, CowCU. D"r.
)rW., Pit'or. Senices. P.
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fgrat 3 p. m. and 6P. .
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,oath ati S m. at, the library.
hse wiho are inten-rted in ChuM
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C. Lewis, where the sen i-es wilt
Sndays at h aU am.. ednesdays at 7:
L O.O F
R regular meetings of Lo. UD
16a held every Tuesday Kvein,
1-de iooml, at 8 o'0lo0 k. -Ail t
stading 1a invited to attend.
igodstudtu ar i waoo
n, L. CoIaxs, R. b.
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a TursdayEveninp o as
eO*iOL ir 0 eaa" A
at their Lad;Kraolock.
Wq.h in good standing are invited to
-- W. M. McINTOSH. Sa.
W. H. CUANUY.-, cnbe.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
ftllahaBee Lodge, No. lU MeK
aad fourth Thureday eveningeof ewac
as Masonic Hall. IBICK,
E B.HILBRIC'
W. H. CHANOKc. Keportet.
IgORTS OF P1THIAr .
acero Lodge No. I K. of ., me
fbursay cenif In Castle Ha d.
-ighUt are cordially irbvilf _t'' tt l
JULIUb BALI,
J. F. HILL, K. of L. .
ST. PAUL LODGE NO. 15
lB. & of the K)
21 its meeting every We6nhda]
-g at eight o'clt-k, at It- WLmge ro
WSone door east of tule adnLre'X l
ime. All member* of Use Order i
ddng are comiall i invited to attend.
A. & TAFO3D, WW
MASONIC. -_.
Tse regularconvocatUon of F OTIe
pter No.1, will be held on the
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-. W. M. McIWros U.aS, ef.
Regular meetings orf JAC O
g o. 1 are held on the first and third N
I aMi month. at 8 o'lock, P.. _-
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A. A. &tllaier. district passenge
age-. of the Missouri P1zfie railroad.
whlle en route south was taken quite
0 and was compelled to stop at Mont-
onery, Ala. He wcut to a hotel and
sent foe a physician.
""e medical man sa!d:
a have a case of pneumonia and
must have a nurse." -
"All right," said Gallagher. "Do you
know a good nurse you can send to,
look after met'
The doctor said he did and would
have the nurse at the hotel within an
hour. In about an hour a colored wo-
man who measured about u!ne feet In
girth put in an appearance, and Gal-
lagher asked her If she had ever nurs-
ed sick people.
"Yes, indeed," she replied. "I'ze bad
considerable sperience with ailing pus-
sons. I nussed Marster John, and he
died: then I nursed Mistress Lucy. and
she died; then I nussed Mistress Lu-
cy's sister. The doctor didn't think
she was so very poorly, but *she done
died."
"Have you had any other experi-
ence in nursing?" asked Gallagher.
."Yes, Indeed. Only last week I left
Colonel Carter's house, where I nussed
the colonel for five days."
"Well. did the colonel get well?" ask-
ed Gallagher.
"No. The colonel he died. too, but
Dr. Jones, who 'tended him. run a big
knife into the colpoel and opened him
up. The doctor had been out late the
night before and was a little nervous.
The knife sort of slipped and just
about cut the colonel's heart out. Then
the doctor said all h- couldn't save
him.,"
"You seem to be a good nurse," said
Gallagher, "and you're engaged."-Cin-
cinnati Enquirer.

Not Sb Far Gone.
T'he lat letter he received from


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wifey conveyed the intelligence that
she was quite sick. and of course lihe
was considerably worried. But he was
comforted by the fact that she was
with her mother. He wrote her an af-
fectionate letter and told her to be sure
and let him know if she grew worse.
The next letter conveyed the intelli-
gence that she was a little worse.
though the doctor said it was nothing
serious. But he worried a great deal.
The next afternoon a telegraph boy
sauntered into Wis oilice with the usual
nonchalance of :a messenger boy con-
veying a "rush" message and shoved
the book under hubby's nose.
"Is dis Mr. Blank?" asked the boy.
"Yes." gap)ed -hubby. cold chills chas-
Ing up and down his spine.
"*Message fr you. Sign here. De
charges Is IW cents."
Hubby grabbed the fateful mnnll.
envelope and hastily tore it open. What
he suffered while tremblingly unfold-
ing the bitof yellow paper can .be im-
agined. but not described. He was al-
most afraid ta real It. but finally he


Susplelous.
Benevolent Old Gentleman (to fellow
passengeri-How fast we travel! But.
ah, young man. have you ever thought
of the flight of time? Think of the
fleeting hours of youth, the golden
days that swiftly pass away. Have
you ever counted the minutes-
Battersby (unregenerate and suspi-
cloust-What are you trying to do?
Sell me a watch?-London Nuggets.

Happlnefs.
Some folks tries so bard ter be happy
In dis world' dey gits miserable trying
Happluess Is allus whar you ain't look
in fer it.-Atlanta Constitution.

The 6'oed .-In's Joke.
Two enteh-i:en t r the cloth wPr0
standing on a corner the other da.,
-Evidently they were talking about ex
tra services to he held during the week
"1 anticipate a great awakening in
my church." said the first speaker.
"My people never go to sleep," said
the second.
"Ah, there comes my car." replied
the first, and they parted company.-
Alaa y JournaL ..


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what be r ~.ir -
'*"Tu'n off the water and dnn't forget!
to give the bird p!euty of seed."-Oma.-
ha World-Herald.

The Cerone 's Two verdiets.
"Inqu#Mta 'are s Lettimes very funny
Affairs." remaTrked a we(er? Mlian. "I
remember r one In the early ,days of m
county in Ka-,a A nuo was found
dead by the, s;i' of a g*!! stream out -
on the prairle. No mark wa- found
on his well dress body. His gut
was fully loaded in his hlp pocket, and
$25 was found in his pocketbook. Of
course the coroner took charge of the
money. A jury was Impaneled and
after finishing Its deliberations found
that the man clearly died of heart fail

The coroner promptly paid (ftorn the
dead man"pile the $12 due for ex
penses and discharged the jury. -Tht
$13 remaining bothered him. He ar
gued that to turn that $13 over to the
county, to be held In trust for the
man's possible relatives, would be the

For Over fifty learns.
!ra. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup ha
:Wn tued for over fifty years by mi!
!ions of mothers for their children while
*eethiug. with perfect success. Itsoothet
the child, softens the gums, allays all
jain, cures wind colic, and is the best
vemedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
ie poor little sufferer immediately.
told by druggists in every part of thA
world.. Twenty-five cent- a bottle. B.
,ure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
:ng Syrup," and take no other kind.

same as throwing It away. The man
was a stranger In those' parts. Posasi
bly he had no friends.
The coroner was equal to the occa
slon. however. He declared himseil
dissatisfied with the verdict and call
ed the jury together again. They sali
on the body a second time and found
exactly the-iame verdict.-but the coro
near's m(nd was at ease. The $25 was
exhausted."-Washington Star.

Leuo Hopeful For Bimself.
George. the colored janitor, needed
some money and went to the chureb
treasurer for it.
"There Isn't a cent in my hands Just
now. George." said that officer. "and
won't be till next Sunday's collections
are handed over. Can't you wait 'till
then?"
"Don't see bow I kin. Mistab Gub-
ney." persisted George. "?'yarn't ruo
de hou'?e widout mouey."
"The best I can do for you." recurneC
the treasurer. "will be to advance you.
$3 out of my own pocket and run my
risk of getting It back from the
church."
"Well. sub." solemnly rejoined the
janitor. "ef you don't git it back 'm
de cbu'eb. Mistab Gubney. you'll git
yo' reward in de good world, but it's
diffn't wid me Ef I cala't git dat
free dollars f'm you. I'd like t' know
whabh 1 kin!"-Cbicago Tribune.


sword Of s TbhoUa. .d Pteces.
What do yuu thiuiG 1 a s-:ord b}dtS
that ctutahis a thousaa! ,;hts of met-
al? Yet they are nuut uncommon and,
as you will readily in:;-.gine. are ef ori-
ental workmanship. Gur painstaking,
patient .Ja-pais ;..:. :.; are the mak-
ers of them, ard a r-.. days ago I hatd
the pleasure t(4 seiug oune in a Fourth.
avenue curiosity sh., and had its
method of mauufac-ture explatnud.
The b!:ules of theLse saLers are wade"
from ma-;nctic irou ores. Thl steel it
produced in small, v-ery thn ahsbeta,
and the workman begins by fixing one
of them to the end of an iron rod which
serves as a handle. To this are solder-
ed other small sheets until the mass
has a length of about eight inclfs. a
width of a out two inches and a thick-
ness of a little more than a quarter of
an Inch.
This bar Is brought to a wh!te heat,
doubled on Itself and hammered until
it Is down to its original dimensions.
'This process is repeated 15 times. Four
similar bars are then soldered tognthi'r.
doubled upon themselves, resold, :-'-i
and heated, the operation being rep.-au-
ed five times. This process inmaes the
superpc:;ed layers so thin that a sa;'-r
contains at least a thousand sheets of
metal.
If yon find one of these sw-rds th-st
The great est danger from colds and
la grippe is their result inrt in pne'u-
monia. Ifreaso:,nalple care N 1;ePd, hov-
ever, and Chamberlain's Cou,-,h Rem-
.e3y taken all danger %ill be
avoided. It will cure a cold o0
Pn artack of la gripped in less time than
any other treatment. It is lplea-ant and
safe t# take. For sale by Wight & Bro.
and all medicine dealers.

hbs a rpve'i nnonran"'e. ynu riryv
know it is -nuserd lvy alternate lnyers of
iron an'd stee! being soldered together.
-New York Herald.

A Word Kept rl-n UgV.
An absentminded ruralite was the
cause of much amnisemnnt at a Mem-
phis hotel a few nights ago. Hle reg-
Istered early after supper, but did not
go to his room right off. About 9
o'clock, his usual bedtime, be remark-
ed to the clerk that he believed he
would "remain."
"All right." said the obliging man
behind the counter. The big clock
ticked off another hour. and the old
man addressed the clerk again:
"I say I believe I'll remain."
"You have my permission, sir."
When the hpnds on the dial pointed
to 11, the old fellow, whd was so
sleepy he hardly knew where he was
"at." called out in a half angry voice:
"By the eternal. I say I believe I'll
remain r'
Again the clerk assured him of his
permission, but the situation was be-
coming critical,,and something had to
be done.
"When you are ready to retire." said
the clerk, "you can get your key at
this desk."
"Retire." said the exasperated guest.
*That Is the very word I've been try-
Ing to think of for two hours. Give
me the key to my room. I'll sleep un-
til 10 o'clock in the morning to make
up for lost time!"-Memphis Scimitar.

A Chlem e.mthbrv-r.-law Story.
"The Experiences of a British Phar-/
-macist In China" was the title of an
address by Mr. Frank Browne. who
was introduced as the government ana-
lyt at Hongkong.
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m u h"Manliness. Vigor,
S E -Thi- -a-pe to
ai toweeks ptie d.

-e d aa Dr. J. Neaway
has reserved a
S mbea oa t these book
andtines pec 9igoy
Arranged tosed free b-
analitcallreadersofthis
per vho send names
SFor- hnfulladdrestolhm.
poraie. ay bas cofined h 1
practice ;iaos xIIly t o diseases of men.
and duri o th time )i ts restored more mmn
to health, vigor, usesi and happiess than
an tea other doe.ors the country combine.
Dr. Hathaway treat s aid cures by a meod
en his own. vere1 and perfected by
bimSed and used 17 by him. Lousos
In Its dikerent states heu smamW, Weak Back,
ao manner of uti crn t ue =oes
and San Diseaes Bilghts Disease and forms
of Kidney Troubkles. i His treatment for under.
toned men restores _4t vitality and makes tohe
patient a strong, welL vigorous man.
Dr. IUathaways success in the treatment of
Vareoe8 and trictd without the aid of kniWfe
.Of cautery Is phenomenaL The patient la treat.

thea only treatment wtich cures w an oer-
atlon. Dr. Hathawar calls thepartlelar aen
ti of sufferers from Varleocele and Stricture to
pages 27.2S,2. 30 and 31 of his new book.
ere case taken by Dr. Hathaway is specially
treated according to atur. all under
eralpersonal supervusl nand anl renxeH by
him are pared from thehsn bestn. n
steownJ uratorme tnder permMalovereti
tion or advtiee. oher at his office or byWma, sad
when case Is taken tshem owfee oves
eAst of medicines and professional services.
Dr. Hathaway always prefers, when it is possl-
ble, to have his patients call on him for at least
one Interview, but this Is not essential, as he has
cured scores of thosads of patients an see-
Uloos of the world whom he has never seen. His
System, of Home Treatment Is so perfected that
he can bring about a core as surely aud s l
as though the patientalled daily at hisa
AJ. NWTON HATHAWAY, AL L.
Dr. BatbawayaCo.,
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sidf by a stiff thread and sent her thus
upfn the stage.
lTith the lirst strong feeling she had
to express the pupil tried to raise her
arms. only to be restrained by the
thread. A dozen times in the course of
he-, recitation she was prevented from
making the gestures she desired until
at the very end she could stand it no
.-loger. and in the climax of her emo-
tion she broke her bonds and swung
her hands to her head.
When she came off the stage, she
went humbly to where Mile. Clairon
wss standing in the wings and apolo-
gized for having snapped the thread.
'.But you did quite right!" said the
teacher. "That was the time/to make
the gesture. not before"r'Brander Mat-
thews in Harper'a Magazine.

In one of the old Greek cities there
stood long ago a statue. Every trace of
it has vanished now. But there is still
In existence an epigram which gives us
an excellent description of it, and as
we rd the words we can surely dis-
cover the lesson which those wise old
Gre4ks meant that the statue should
teac'i to every passerby. 'The epigram
Ise in the form of a conversation be-
tween a traveler and the statue:
"What is thy name, 0 statue?'
"I lam called Opportunity."
"Who made thee?"
"IUvsippus."
".Why art thou on thy toep?"
W,, 1.wh *I* I m.w hn.v h,- mn nt*


ped c"n cmeifur ten ecag
In a "fy 11100.tl"enaaq.iefrd nmtaZ bo
nhave the u man of keeun
whisde iJani13 b"ti~hy, rituabsbytoymjav
old grawd-ps. Chi tWy~ mr drugisit am
zet ap 6 xof Cam.eareto lGattiyvcat z ban
for ten reovic, andl" Wit ; 4 1Miualwsym
hawve them iO. 1wth LUuoe. Colic, gd;
headiacile, dyspepsria, jminjahii. ieepk...o
Swormni andcnearly iv.-rv other ail.
oikent are aur ,ed by win* F-. 'mi ~omf -
Ai I at iwa -t 144 1 ith Ifft h LL- bdx you ha.ve.
a pet foot cr.'aensdy always 4t h-ind. S&v.
your docti hills anti t v'--Pit iriow Hil-
fie-S ivy 11W aIne,f? the sv*t,:-*rt. nty little.
111#44S of fcAutiy that. tti4. uwel! ---&
k. o-p ye u welt. We eto :,mupen-1 Ca~a.-
tets to sall .pur aaderae.


D -tnaxg 0 Ae tne Aeat.
*'Got booksbla s edt diminutive
guard at the hr';eshold the big ovfee.
"Yes, yon man; 1 re beoka." re-
sponded the woman wlti the kii-ztolio.
"Just step aside. I'm going in to see
your employer."
"Afore yer goes." sal the boy. still
covering the sill. "I w ts to tell yer
dat de boss just upset h ink. He ain't
tn no lot In mood."
"Oh. he will listen to y demonstra-
tion."
"Maybe he will, but wants to tA'2l
yer dat h. just got n tel hh:ie sall sa7y
In dat burglars had c off do wda.u
bles of his house."
"Still !I,-
"Den de news just ca e dat h!q tmt-
tr run away an smash up de tip aa
cachman."
i"That is very bad. t
!"Just afore yer come young f-!Tar
rIches In an tells de b dat his rn)h-
tha launch has been fir by tramps."
b"I sympathize with Mm, iud may-
be"--
"De boas goes to look hls watch an
finds de mainspring bro n."
"Gracious! But"-
"Den comes de news d t S an Z stock
has dropped 20 points. De boss finds
dat mice has gnawed is new inmur-
a3ce calendar. De gl upsets on a
thousand stamps."
[Terrible! Yet"- I
PEut wait! Just as on comes up
airs de boss asks ov de telephone
iuiether it's a boy or rL Somebody
ays twins and"-
But the book agent ad vanished.
Tie boss came out and tted the boy
o the head.
Patsy. you are a b k! Take the
t of the afternoon o0t. Here's fare
to Lincoln park."-Chicao News.

-Great Drnwing to a Iobtall Pair.
"The most reiaarkabl| draw I ever
w made at poker wa in a Chicago
c b one night." said a Chicago man
"(here were five of us Ii a little social
game. with u limit of $i and all jack
pit. A friend of min4 whom 1 wilt
cll Joneu was dealing. il was first un-
der the guns and pass, as did also
the two men sitting u4t. The fifth
wan-we will say his nanie was Brown
-opened the pot for $51 Jones didn't
have the shadow of thing in his
hands, but he raised lrown $10, in-
tending to stand pat a1i bluff it out.
Brown had three aces, and he came
back at Jones with $10 tter.
"Now. Instead of layl g flown, as a
wise man should in a like that,
Jones determined to see through. He
Air. 11. A. Pass Bowm- i, Ga., writes:
*Oneot mit children wvrf very delicate
arni we despair, d of r ising it. Fo:
months my wife an-I I c d hardly get
-t ight's rest until we h gan the use of
Pi t's Carmninative We nuindt great re-
if from the frs: bottle.." Pitts' Carnii-
a ivreacts protu:ptly an4 cures p-rma-
,14 itly. It is plat-4-nt to the taste, and
'h Idren tA.ke it without oaxiin-i. It is
rr from injurious drugs nd ch'nic.as.
k w. or -cou)s. that It wounli! Ite use-
l to try to bluff, so de drew three
c ds to a king and queen of spades.
B wn had drawn two; cards to his
a (s and had got a smqll pair. As a
b it he led off the belking with Z$5.
J( es hadn't looked at his land- until
B wn bet. and when be picked up his
ec ds he almost fell dead. Hle had
d wn so ace. jack and ten of spades.
m king a royal flush. ThIpy raised each
ot er back and forth until one or the
ot er had all his money in. and wh-ni
th hands were hwni' the game broke
u right there."- -Vashington Post.

The Timne to Break the Role.
jere is aIn necdtJte in some volmTie
of ranchh theatrical nhemois narrating
ati experience of Mile. Clairou. the
grx-t tragic actress, with a pupil of
lier, a girl of strong; natural gifts for
tht histrionic art. but far too frequent
anL. too exuberant in her gesticulation.
So when the pupil was once to appear
before the public in a rtcitation Mile.
Charon bound the girl's arms to her


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"Sec. 3. 1
immediately
the Govermn


I


|t wrofMtor.
To SClOOL LAW.
of Publi Instructior
unty has prepared an
the school laws
pe to get through the
Legislature. In ap-
people of the State for

is what its people
future of Florida de-
children of today, and
a school education is
ent for good eitixen-
y of the counties the
is insufficient to pro.
or the full school year
ths, and the people
yadd tothetaxaapd
directions for the
tion. The enclosed is.
meant to the exist-
providing for local
r of raising a suf-
r the support of the
investigation and
estly requested."
Iment proposed is as

F by the Legislature of
Florida:
..That paragraph four-
n 242 of the Revised
he State of Florida be
amended so as to read

The board of public
each county shall, obn
last Monday in June of
prepare an itemized esti-
g the amount of monry
the maintenance of the
mon schools of their
next ensuing scholas-
ng the amount in mills
of the taxable property
y, which shall be not
ree nor more than frve
, at. said meeting there
rented to the board a
ned by a majority
iatered voters of the
io are taxed for
ronal property in the
testing a higher tax,
Ilage fixed in the peti-
'lopted, but not to ox-
ills, and furnish a copy
ent to the assessor of
county, and file a copy
f the Board of Public
and the assessor shall
ount so stated, and the
I collect the amount as.
pay over the same
the county treasurer,.
y law school treasurer,
r the sole benefit of tihe


hat all laws and parts of
ng with the provisions
be and the same are
led. ;
his act shall take effect
upon its approval :by
." i
.


EWERAUE. :
In another column a distinguished
citizen and eavy Tax-Payer of 4his
city calls a[tention to the pressing
need for sewerage in Tallahassee,ind
suggests tht the City Council adopt
some methyl whearby the sentiment'
of the peojie may be obtained upon
the propisit n of issue ing bonds for
putting in a sewerage system. Any
action along the line of this sugges-
tion is of rwurse wholly within the
province of the City Council, acting
in a legislative capacity for the city,
and each mtmbir must be guided by
his own concence, viewing the situa-
m it e i, and he results hat
would f oio Msa ion.
Wheththe Council can o it-
at present or not, and whether or
not they wldo it, we do not ko .
But a r thing are certain. The
Sma af.or 4. is ,invamounut so


ma. The legislature of that
s-ehasa before i a bill to license
and sopervie barbers. Every per-
son who shaves or cuts the hair of
another for a considerations tobe
considered a barber, and no barber
is to be permitted to do business
without a license. All shops, soaps,
towels, etc., are to be subjected to
rigid inspection and sanitary rules.
Violations of the law will be pun-
ished by a fine of $25.
The savannah Morning News per-
tinently enquires: Cannot the gov-
ernment get competent pilots to
navigate its transports? It looks a
little doubtful, or else politics are en.
tearing too much into their selection.
Already two of the largest of our
transports are on the rocks, and may
be lost, through the employment of
incompetent pilots; and this, too, just
at the time when all of the vessels
are wanted to bring the volunteer
soldiers home from the various is.
lands. Is the government proceed-
ing 'upon the theory that it has so
much money in the treasury that it
makes 'no difference whether a few
transports are run upon the rocks?
Since emat iou o Senator
Mallory's health he is rapidly devel-
oping as one of the leading members
of that body. His speech on Satur-
day in opposition to the ship-subsidy
bill is one of the ablest yet delivered
on the pending measure. When it
comes to constitutional law Senator
Mallory seems thoroughly informed."
-Gainesville Sun. The many
friends of Senator Mallory in this
city have always known that he only
needed good health and the oppor-
portunity, to prove himself one of the
brainiest members of the United
States Senate.
Thb editors who -know it all" will
now say that England's new King
pardoned Mrs. Maybrick .because he
wanted to show his friendship to
Americans. If that was the real
cause, no one will thank him much
for it, for husband poisoners are hot
in great favor this side the pond.
However, there has always been
some doubt about Mrs. Maybrick's
guilt, and this coupled with the del-
icate health and the further fact that
she in a woman, will make Ameri-
cans rejoice at her pardop, ....
m"""


State Seminary Notes.
The Normal DepartmentVill open
next Monday two weeks, March 4th.
Indications are that there will be
seventy-five or one hundred teachers
from all parts of the State in attend-
ance.
Hon. L. W. Buchholz, a man of
wide experience as a teacher and for
twelve years County Superintendent
of Hillsborough c,,unty, will be
alded to the faculty during the
Spring Normal, and will hold the
position of Principal of the Teachers'
Department. Prof. Buchholz is very
popular among County Superin-
tendents and other school officials
and teachers throughout the State,
and will no doubt be an inducement
for many to come to the Seminary.
The enrollment is growing nearly
every week. Among the recently
new students are Mr. II. M. Whar-
ton, of Virginia; Miss Fannie M;an-
ning, Manning!on; Miss ELhel Baker,
St. Andrew's Bay, etc.
The officers elected at the semi-
annual election of the Platonic De.
bating Society are as follows: Paul
Carter, president; Clyle Evans, vice-
president; John McDougal, secre-
tary; Flagg Itawls, sergeant-at-arms.
The general average for the first
term just ended is said to be uinusu-
ally good, a larger proportion of
students reaching the "pass mark"
than usual. A greater interest
among students seems to be taken in
all the departments of instruction
than is usually seen by an outside
observer. Tdis is a healthy sign for
the Seminary.
One of the extraordinary advan-
tages' this year are the courses in the
modern languages, German, Frenelc
Spanish and Italian. They are taught
-by an American who has had all the
advantages of several years residence
abroad and in the best universities
of Europe.
Such an interest in these lan-
.: iL -- -.


aiumal AtY ofrtve e
person a specialist,- including a Pri.
mary worker, willbe present. There
isgreat interest throughout teutete
ti this meeting, and .there will no'
doubt be many iunndreds of earnest
Sunday School workers who will
make the pilgrimage. to the conven-
tion at this time. It is certainly an
opportunity of a life time to hear
five Sunday School specialists at one
meeting. Program may be had of
Capt. B .Shaw, Ormond, Florida.
Poorhoase am Prison Crlauials.
Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Orne of Syra-
uease, N, Y,. who are traveling
through the United States inspect-.
ing charitable and correctional in-
stitutions in the interest of aban.
doned or ill-treated children, have
been here a few days carrying on
their work.
They have held several street
services and will conduct another
mass-meeting next Sund y at 4pm,
infront of St, James. To our re-'
porter Mr. Ome said: Heredity and'
environment breed criminals; .poor
houses and prisons confirm them. I
will give you a few facts to illustrate
this truth.
"The off spring of one abandoned
girl, traced through sir generations,
numbered 900, and all were either
crooks or criminals, insane or idiots.
"A young man married a piuper
wife in 1840 and in 1880 thirty of
their offspring living had been con-
tinual county charges and when out
of the poor house or.prison srot their
living by begging and stealing.
"Aother, farther and fi ve children
were in a poor house in 1886. Now
all are serving sentences in semi-
penal or penal instituiins.
"Nine-tenths of the 100,000 tramps
of this country came from this class
of children, as do from 95 to 99 per
cent of the 500,000 criminals."
"Of 500,00" criminals, 300,000 are
under twenty-two years of age, 6j
p4r cent of the 250,1100 going annu-
ally through country jail., compul-
sory schools of crime, being under
sixteen years of age.
'-In Chicago in 1896 there were
1.,000 boys aud girls arrested,250
heing under ten years of age. Two
hundred children under 16 years of
age come before the juvenile court
their each month.
"Prevention of crime by taking
hold of the child before it gets into
criminal ways, is much chrapefand
more Christian-like than poor house
or prison," vaid Mr," Orne. ..
Rev. Oine hNs visited our Reform
Scool Marianna, and is much'plesed
with the present management.- lie
will visit Gov. Jennings during his
here and& commend him to become
interested in this institution, in a
special manner, as he( Mr. Orne) con-
siders it to be the most important of
any or all others of its kind in ;he
country.
There is no investment that will
pay such interest, as in the care and
culture of children. The future weal
or woe of State and nation depend
upon their citizens. Shall they be
criminals or Christians is 'the
supreme question.
Seaboard Acts Alone.
A recent issue of the Times-Union
and Citizen contained the following,.
which will be of interest to the travel-
ing public:
"CGapt. A. 0. MacDonell, assistant
general passenger agent, Seaboard
Air Line Railway, with headquarters
at Jack.sonville, yesterday announced


that effective Februwry 15, the Sea-
board will withdraw from stle one-
thousand-paile tickets which have
been sold over their Florida lines at
a rate of $30, and on and after this
date will sell 'one-thousand-mile tick-
ets under the sa;ie conditions at a
rate of $25. which tickets will be
good for passage over the entire lines
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway,
including the State of Florida.
'his news will be hailed with de-
light by the traveling men, as it will
enable them to reach all the principal
points in the State with these mileage
books at a rate of two and one-half
cents per mile.
",Col. Max Krauss, president of
Post A. T. P. A., Georgia, was in
.the city from Savannah yesterday,
and announced the mileage ticket
change to his fellow traveling men.
Colonel Krauss said to a reporter:.
"The Seaboard Air Line is and has
friend a friend of the. drummers.
"There has never been a time when
ehrWMr. Maxwell or Mr. MaDonell
has not been willing to do all that he
could for the traveling men, and 'this
latest change on the Seaboard with
: .AO.....,'2 Om.s.*106n hn"M '.1 .,ne


jBasretarned. 11
board at noob f
will call a meeting
isI reach Savan
send a vote of t
board Air Line f
our welfare."
Tax Sales and
The State Tre
to the several con
to the amounts d
procee-ls of sales a
tax-sale certificate


eqve ovr the Sea
r Sav Bah, and
of Pot A s soon
ah, and we will
uks to the Sea-
r their interest in

tedemap: Ions
surer has remitted
ies entitled there-
me them from the
nd redomptions of
for the month of


January, 1901,as f Ilows:
Alachua........ ......... 179 86
Citrus ....... .. ... 22 86
Cla ... ...... 10 60
Dade.. ....... .... .. 92
DeSoto............... 87 04
Duval....... .... ...... 978 15
Ecambia ........ ........ 3 24
Franklin. ..... .. 4 16
Gadsden.. ............. 3 75
'lernando.. . ........ 83 91
Hillsboro......... ..... 374 61
Holmes.... ......I....... 11 22
Lake.. ............. 53 20
Lee.. ...... .. ... .. .... 1 40
Leon..... .............. 17 28
Liberty.... ... ...... 1 80
Madison.. ............... 2 27
Manatee.... ... ........ 9056
Marion ............... 171 01
Nassau.. ......... 36 10
Orange ........ ....... 241 653
Osceola................ 5 70
Pasco.......... .. .. 23 47
Polk...... ......... .... 2 3
Putnam ................ 98 09
St. Johns........ ....... 22 39
Sumter ................ 9 23
Suwannee........ ...... 99 50
Volit-ia.................. 58 45
W akulla. .............. 6 58
W alton..... ..... ....... 14 79
Washington ........... 9 78

Total. ....... ........$2,760 37
Married Tuesday.
Tuesday afternoon Mr. W. A.
Murat, of ApAlaqhicola, and Miss
Ella F. Lind, of W ilunington, Del.,
were married at the CGtholic church
in this city, Father Hugon offliciating.
Mr. Murat is post nster at Apa-
lachicla, and finding it quite dillicult
to get away from Uncle Sam's busi-
ness for the long journey to Dela.
ware and back, even on such impor-
tant business, the marriage was ar-
ranged to take pitae in this city.
They were a~compunied by near rel-
atives.
Miss Lind formerly lived in Apa-
lachicola, aund it was there the at-
tachrment -between them grew. Both
the bride and groom are well con-
pected and prominent young people,
And will receive the bongratalaLions
of a large number. of friends upon
reaching home tomorrow.
A Large Radish.
Mr. E. W. Russell, of Spring Hill,
this county, left at the TALLAUAS-
KssAN office a few days ago the
largest radish we have ever seen.
It measures two feet and eight inches
in length and seventeen inches in
circumference at the largest place. If
any one doubts this statement they
are respectfully invited to call and
inspect the tadish itself, and if any
one has a larger one we would like
to hear from them.


tOUCATIONAL OEPARIMN I'


Burro=:
Mil M. Etti Hane.cock. Archer. Fla.,
ProL. K King. Braon ,. k
This department Is intended to be a permanent
fe ataur..aid riwil aphar its future Llues. with pe.-
iap ~ y csionu :1 lap.es 1 amount of i i4S nC
.pame or fAilIur. to receive copy in time for publi-
cAdioa. -Pulhbher.
Honesty la Reference to PareMt,
Child and Teacher.
Honesty in all things is the only
safeguard for the boy's future. The
dishonest boy will, as certainly as the
sun shines, develop into the dishon-
est man. It has been said that
*'honesty is the best policy." The
writer must have meant to convey
the idea that an honest life was the
best life to live. Without this in-
terpretation the phrase means noth-
ing, for when honesty becomes a
policy, it becomes dishonesty, and
when a man leads a politic life he
lives an insincere one, and insincerity
is the synonym of dishonesty, for the
synonyms of "politic" are, artful,
crafty, cunning, shrewd, wary, wily.
The definition of the word itself is,
-Sagacious in devising and carrying
out a plan; pursuing one's ends with
prudence rather than principle." Q.
A. Brownson, in "The Convert,"
says: "Almost the only blunders I
ever committed in my life, was when
I studied to be politic and prided
myself upon my diplomacy," and
Cudworth says of Plato that when-
ever he spoke of the gods plurally,
IL L %'- &. ^f ^A m-.


I


SGodand man. Rememberto St. Peter rather
omer and shame from no en. the light on a planeg
riem. There s ino condition some weed of old Vi
S i if n whn i it become. impera- tnrives. Now what
ive to lieand steal. A plain, manly rents to send a
Statement of distress, coupled with school to make a
willingness to do, will in all place, my boy. I hal ratih-
mong all peoples, bring at lea4t taught to play poker
temporary relief., even to drink, for all
I have made this long preliminary the wake of the fumes
or hhe purpose of showing that an. cigarette. Drunkards,
parents are honest with them- profane swearers do
elves they cannot be honest with form, but the cigarettes
heir children and their teachers,-and Then had you not as
here dishonesty exists there can be .oy as to neglect your M
1o such relationship between teacher, becomes addiLted to the
hild and parents as will redound to then send hin to school to
he credit of the teacher, the proper mine ? Be honest with
raining of the child or the gratilica- your child and you will "
on of the parents. complaint to make of hi3
The great mistake made by most If you really love your chilq
parents is in thinking that their chil- sire above all things his
Iren are of better clay, are better when lihe walks crooked,.
rained, more moral and truthful chasten him. Throw te
han are those of their neighbors, of the window, be a -law-
nd a greater could not be made, for whatever is right for youW
oar children are neither better nor good and you will find in hi.
rose than others, unless vou make a worthy and painstaking -
hem so. Ungoverned, unguided Gainesville, Fla, Jaun.t
children will invariably deceive pa-
ents, and thus prejudice them to- Aa brta" Di
rard the teacher;, and when the lat- .Theis no dee sno amI
er seek to punish the child for any the aspm ontwo..
fraction of the moral code or dis- thereire meat difficult teo.Uk..
Ibedtence of the rules of the school, d dNo atter ow a
he parents, one or both, most lik-ly ivrn will cre iLla. n i
th, rise in their wrath and make di"e.ofthe toimh, blom
lire threats against the unoffending :s aMM
teacher, the School Board, the Super-
ritendent and the country at large. M ILLIN E
fow, if you have no confidence in
he teacher of your children, in his -FOR-
ruth, sincerity and humanity, and
o not wish him to punish
hem, for conscience sake he F a lI
honest; train them properly, teach .
hem yourself, or let them grow up
ign,ranee- anli do not worry the


fe ,.ut of the poorly pmid drudi of 'tU 3 AA1 I0IYIj
school teacher who is exerting U
himself or herself every day in your
.terest. If the teacher catches your (I8. wlirw o an a;d s act y Ias
y smoking cigarette andl whips M7ilinery and ,.cy 0l.
im therefore, do not rave and swear Infant Caps in variety
cut his heart out: hut be honest
$ith yourself, go to work and find Handkerchiefs, Corset%, It
iut if the charge be true, if the bo v ools. T en an otr mat
guilty, which in a thousand out of Fancy Work. I
thousand cases you will find to be
>. Then take that boy to the wood
ed, it matters not how fair his face, Kid Gloves a Specialty.t
low blue his blood, how long and
loss his ringlets, how wide and Orders by mail pmnrtly and
maculate his color, how d tinty rnf- filled.
ed his shirt front and make that
y wiAh he had been born in pira-
e-te and been given a place as page ; TALLAHASSEE, F
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To Hforse Owner and Stock Dealer.,


If you own males or horses you should by all means keep at
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L "WHO vDI3 Go., 100 WILLIAM ST.1NEW voltL


Mr. W. G. Powell last week moved his
family from Jacksonvil!e to Tallahassee.
Dr. W. E. Lesis, Dentist. Phone No.
6S. 4$-10t
Mr. R. M. Ellis, of New York, is a re-
cer.t tourist at rival.
The Gove nor's Guards M4Isical last
nighL was a s IC.ce<-s iln every way.
To Fweeten the Brent h, Brighten the
Eye. Clear the Complexion and In!ure
thie niatiural Bl, om of Heslth, use Dr. M.
A. Simumons Liver Medvcne.
Mr. Louia D. Andert4on, of Pennayl-
vania. is here to enjoy the Florida cli-
mate.
Mr. W. F. Damon has accepted a posi-
tio n on the engineers btbff of the Georgia
Pmae R. IK. o.
Mr. and Mrs. Hefry. Birley and H. C.
Beley.of Lake City came to Tallahamee
lIst week.
A two or three week,'- course of Dr.
M. A. Simniomts Liver Medicine wiln s.
Regulate the Excretory Futtncti no that
th y will operate without any aid what
ever.- -
lion. Wm. A. tulton. Brorksvle,
F.a., RWpre-emtative of H. rnando coon-
lt., ha-. been an Ihe *ity il. Ihe week.
Mr. E. E. We-t., .f the eat IBroa. Na-
val titoret. dealers. was among other
promint nt visitors in the city.
Mr W. N. Can.p- ,w**intimes called
he F orida Pl.-1( lhate- Kitg-has h been
c uniling out ni ar tlim capitol this week.
Dr. M. A. t4innmm>t L'ver Medicine by
,;xp-llirg from the lnody the excess o 0
Bile and Acries. Improves the Awstmila-
tvye Pnwrste-.e. Puuihes the Bloow, Tones
IIp and Str-iing ihe's.
Work on .tAw Georgia Piue R. R. Co.
Will co.nmence this we,-k and the work
will then be pushed rapidlyy to comple-
tion.
Mr. J, W. Tayvor, of Chiaro, Ill.,
rm.ivd in the city Saturday to join Mrs.
T lor wiho is v itiUC her sister, Mis
Nellie B isett.L


lo. B obt. MA(
city ti iniIni r
Detei.o. 1)
Ir.R. F. Seaile
o t-l rt visit.
|. A.
[n. A. t. Alt.
diug as me tin
r. H N. \\on
in the ci' tVI
Slugi.hl LivL
Trg ad a f
A. Sin nleis
ULier. and ch
ishines.
F.T blMy
etlO Sul"ren
wt a riegula,
Fridav n'ght.
e dance to i
benefit oftj
SPerr U'all
I P. Boutn
k.
of pe
Little
them tI
er $il.u

"Drawiw aI
fit tl. tie Lil
one of the ius
Eeason.
ab tie Gwup
TallotlaHe
Omp listed
hbasre will p
aid will bee
Florlida.
iplet & bh..,
Sou y4 us
d afttr uingK(
Liv, r '~labletti
stomach, bj
I headache. Il
Sfnre.
Tr. Allist A. A
tK.. lio btas se
IseeLp. left on
lNew Yoer.
We ha\e isuit.e
I ci tlaling fiI
mglit int0o the
9 farmr-M.
Ir. W ,.. A, i
n., who isa la ;
Irila, is here lo
Id cii er businta
Ipaety.
dhen '.1u ewati
d ierll l., aly I
'ct, uKe Chlami
rer Thbl at-. I
s free. Eve-y
eby Wighlm&
Ihs. Ltuis bl. I
r. Flosence Gi
in the city to
r. Peikins ard
estsof lion. F.
r. W. N. 8h
ailed by Surve'
ioen in his<
ain E. A.
erred to I
th. We corm
are sure that
credit to hin


I You can help anyone who you find
,:tifferng from ii flamed throat, laryn-
teal trouble, bronchitis, coumbse, cold.
etc., by advising the use of Ballaid's
Horeheund Syrup; the great remedy for
coughs and colds. Prk e, 25 and 50
menta. lWight & Bro.
Mrs. Alford, of Columbus. Ga., arrived
Tuesday, being summoned to the bed.
side of her daughter, Mrs. Richard Car-
penter who hat, been exceedingly ill dur-
ing the past week-we are glad to say,
however, that Mrs. Carpenter is now
steadily improving.

Persons who cannot take ordinary
pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitt'a
Little Early ers. They are the best
little ver pills ever made. AU deaes

Purity and Correctness

VS. MONEY.


s Yw Boctoof


I:


anime, ol Tampa, is in
int lu inea.
K. A. Shine.
. of Chicago, is here

1. of New .ork, is
r he re.
;v-k. of Gad.-dcn. has
week.
r (-ane. DrowFinDrs",
1hing o Apathy. Dr.
ive-r Mleoicile arouse*
rful energy succeeds

s was in attendance
Court this week.
Democratic love feast

'ht at the- Armory is
'ue. D. C.
Jr., of ITampa. after,
Week to her fat her,,
l, lelt for hume earl%.

:e are fainilir witr
rly Rit*iht and tioe
d' them to be fantiuns
ever grale. All deal-

mn (t'ernrt" for the
l-_y Tuetday eve nirig
.t 1 joy able occ sions

SPief acerlainty. and
a ti Ehttqrn Io ber alto
oik in the near Iuture,
tois new life and en-
n.e tl.e muetopol.-s of

I e digifistF, will re-
I, til.).u are not sat-
aimnili Ilaiaibstolitach
Tl ey cure aOie tderb
liot'saeU, coastiputlion
tRe, 25 cents. Sian.i

.Udrews,of 8pringfielT?,
1t in the cily or seve -
the eart l und Uain

j itasy cans and I ot-
retFlloda syvup l eing
market by our progies-


here is prower
a of the bum
esuff eri a
bler's Buckey
ma quickly. wt
a tuwine;s.
B, 75 cents.
f4ge W. W.

to Lve
Ifntm_ 1


like bad dollars. all counterfeits of
DeWilt's Witch Haz-I Salve are worth-
les". T' e original quickly cures piles,
stores and all skin diensses. All dealers
: Mi-s Emma Wison who has been visit-
inar fr ei ds in Jack-,nville for the -p:.st
three weeks. returned home yesterday.
MIfers. Henry (. Smith and W. M.
Whitlock, of New Jersey, were here last
week, en route to Pdnarea Springs.

Bishop G. G.,Weed. Bishop of the D'o-
e se of Florida. artivtd on the east
hound train Tuesday and left today for
Jacksonvalle.


SCuab.-, of Toronto,
real estate owner it,
king alter his tax-es
p connected w.tb hi.-

a ilhysic Ihat is mild
y take *ad pleasant in
ielain' Stonmach and
ricr, 25 cettsp. Sa-n-
box guarantted. For
ro.
'-Ik and her mother,
*hens. of Jacksonville.
tend the marriage of
MIa Myers, and are
I'. Myers.
sli. Jr., lhas been ap-
o generall Scarlett to
ice made ra-ant by
Vilson, when he was
hington. D. U., last
raulate Mr. WIeats,
ww will ll the positi
elf.


y no disae or condi-
an $tm that cause
e diurem than piles.
'Pile Ontmet cures
bout pain or detention
rie. 0 cents In bottles.
Wight & B&.
OG eme up from
Jad was joiedb here

or Gseswft W&ammer


Capt. H. T. Felkel, Tax A-seawr for
Leon county. who fir several years past
haw been rasin a large number of hogs,
this season has killed eihty head which
netted about 18.00) pounds of meat.
For the weakness and prostration fol-
lowing grippe there is nothing so prompt
and effective an One Minute Cough Cure.
This preparation is highly ,nd'or-.d as
an unfailing remedy for all throat and
long io'lhiles and its early -use prevents
conihnuiption. It was made to cure
quickly. All dealers.


Mr. and Mrs. tieorge Y. Banks of :0o.
lunbus, Ga., spent the past week at the
Leon.
Mrs. W. S. Jenninigs. w.fe of Governor
Jemnings. s8p-nt the p-ist week in Jack-
sonville as the guest of Mrs. W. F.
Coachman
Mrs. E. B. Bsittin and Miss Mabel
Britten of Baltimore are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hritto:i.
There is altvays danger in using moun-
rerfeits of De~ itt's % itch Hazel Salve
The onginal is a safe and certain cure
for piles. It is a sothmng and healingi
salve for sores and all bkin diseases. All
dealers.
Senator Thomas Palmer. of Tampa,
was in the city for wsveral days thi-
week looking after important Iu-'utnews-
matters at the capital. The Senator "
prominently mentioned as the next Pr.e
ideut of the Stae Stnate. There cdtul
not be.a better rlectioi smane.
Frest Bites ,and CalbilMn%
qn'ckly chid by Banner Salve, the
,,- Mt l, alirg rt-medy in the world.
Waiht &Bru.
Mr. Jqseph Ducan left Sunday for
Iwharle tn. C.i.C., as the m1llegate of ,he-
lcal Cafnp of the Woodmen of tie
W. ld to ithe National Ciuventaon og
that Order, now bing held in that city.
I have always amed Foley's Honey and
| Tar cou meieine. and I think' it the
uest in fil world," say-, Charles Bender.
a newsdealer of Erie. PA. Nothing else
as sooA. 'Wight & Bro. "
Measrs J. B. Cohen and S. C. James
left on the easc bound train Suniday for
New York and otlir eastern markets,
where Mr. Cohen will purcha-e a large
stockk of good for his spring trade
Mr. t G. Bawls has bought the
"Todd" dairy herd of Jerwsy castle from
the trustees of the Univeraity Library.
Mr. RaWIs intends to go very extensively
itn the raismg of fiee dairy and beef cat-
tie on hip lake Jackion plantation.
*. To StopaCold.
After expo9sueur when you feel cldd
ccmirg on. take a doeeof oley's Honey
and Tsr. It never fails to mop a cold if
taken In time. Wight & Bro.
Mrs W. A. Blount and Miss Avery.
of Peneqcola, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. T. Myers.
Miss Irene Herring left lIst week
for Albion, Fla., where she has accept ed
a Ioeition a stenographer and type-
writer f r the Camp Phosphate Co.
Fatal delays are caused by experi-
metntino within cough and cold cures.
Fole)y' Honey and Tar will prevent a
cold from resulting in pneumonia.
Wight & Bro


Mr. Max Keaus the affable president
of the Traveling MAle's Protective Ass,,-
ciation, and the most popular drummer
of the road from Savannah, has been
amov r his Tallaasw e friends this w ek
Max formerly resided her'. and haes
numerous Tallahassee friends wh are
always glad of the opportnitty to shake
his hand.
Recent experiments show that all
claees of foods may be completely di-
gated by a peparatmon called Kodol
DyspeIia Cure, which atolutely digests
what you eat. As it as the only combi-
nation of all the natural digemsptis ever
devised the demand for it has become
enormous. It has never failed to cure
the very worst cases of indigestion and
it always gives.iastait relief. All deal-

This .umpany is the beet known min-
etrel organization in America, and this
year Woas of an exceptially strong
Sotfmiatrel stars (all white), who in
troduce a new and taking acts, spec-
ialties, daoe, march* .msicl abar-
dities, eto. Gortoa's grand oopeet baud
is without doubt the fine nO the road.
DonBt dab henin them in .oncert.


M u r'dafr


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M tnf te, Dr reiZiobdLku I oy
iMao Ileadsb m the anciy.
mr. E-Uuyd of Lloyda. bma beeal
t'le diseral days.

throat and long trouble'. ds
to the 'a 'c of crop. ppeumamoni
and n We advimwthe ueof OneI
Miaute O'h ure in all of theamdiffi
culties. It is te only harmless remedy
that gtWsimnumdiste reultm. Children
like ti -All d-alrr
M E'.I V. R Selrnder left this week
for Tiiamorille to pay a vhist to Mr.
RobertGmnh'p.
Mr. Riwrt Gamlde was here again
Inst week looking after his busineM lter-
es in this city.r
I Ples of People
testify to the nimet of Banner Salve in
curing pileU. In I guaranteed. Wight
tBro.
MNK Hugh Law and her daughter..
Mim Lacy, arrived in the city ast week
and are guests or Mrs. E. T. Willams.
Mera. E. J. L Engle. Smith Pickett
and B. H. Doggett, of Jackmonvilke.
came to the capintal Friday afternuoD.
When pain or in station exists.on, any
part of tbhe ldy the appllicatim of Bal.-
lard's Snow Liniment will give prompt
relief. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Wight
& Bro.


Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger'.
Cake Orinament of moseet beautiful de-
signs at T. H.. Pvr.s.
"*,; IFor Sae.
Two gold horw at Kemper's stables.
Apply to R. J. B A z zAN.
ucate Your Bowels With CaSO to.
Candy Cathartic, cure coostipati
forever. 10c. 35m. If C. C. C. fail,
r4raggists refun I money.

Cotton Seed Meal
$1.00 per sack at Lery Bros.


Lincon's Cough
Coughs Colds, etc.
lWtght & Bro.


Syrup cures
Guaranteed by


ndreth's Garden Seeds always prove
s factory. Sold by Tallahassee D ug
CoJ
fle sure of a good garden by
pI ntting BRie s Garden Needs. A
fr1sh supply at Wight & Bros.
Real Estate.
Iesirable Ciry mnd Suburban Property
forsale. Apply to F C. Gilmore,. at
Giftnome & D avis Ce..'s Starp. 50-tf
Sweetinai will help yu select a suit-
able present. lHe las whi.t you waut.
beed Oats at Yaeger's
Afuv your Gatrdan Seeds, Freah Crops,
of .Tallaha see Drug Co. '
(Cheap for cash at T. .1. Roberts', on
Adcpms street, corn. oata, hay, bran,
cooked cow feed. flour in barrel and half
bagels. Besides this you will always
hind a choice line of groceries, cheap.
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For Sale.
Lands in Jackson, Leon and Taylor
coutites. Maj. Robert Gamble, agent,
rsgllhassee. Fla. 43-tf.
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
V stock best grade Garden
See at Wight d Bro's.
All kinds Agricultural Implements at
Yaeer's..
Sweetink has a fine line of Silver, just
the thing for Wedding Presents.
BOARD.-First clamss lmart can be ob-
tained "reasonably" at Mrs. Greenhow's,
on Calhoun street. 47-4m
To THU DAr..-A rich lady, cured 'of
her Deafness and Noises in the Head by
Dr. Nizholeon's ArtifIcial E-r Drums,
a ve 41J,000 to his Institute, so that deaf
people unable to procure the Ear Drums
nmay have them free. Address No. 1174,
rhe institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York


All Medicines supplied by Tallahassee
Drug Co.
ripent C gars in Tallahassee, at T. B.
Ryrd's, try th, m.
The largest and best line of SEEDS
-at-
SCHRADER & BALKCOM'S.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Casearets Candy Cathartic. 10(
or sc. If C. C. V. fail to cure, drug-
gists refund onTwv.
We Found it
for Cleaning Bras or Nickle. at
48-tf UILUMOR & DAVIR CO.
Elegant Piecrs of Cut (G qs suitable
for We Idins, Pr*sents, ;t S- eeting's.
To the Deaf. 4
A r;ch lady. cured of her dh fnem and
noises in the head by Dr. NwIholson's
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $W0.000 to his
Institutur, so tha dleaf people unable to
procure the Ear Drums may have them
rreex. Addre-s No. 1296 TireNicholson
iw.4itute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York. 14-1y
NunnaUy's Candies received by
express at Wight 4c Bro'as.

Takes a Bright Man.
To think of any thing in our line we
don't handle and the chances are, that
if he should think of some thing, he would
find it out of date and m perseded by
something better. Picture in your mind
what the Ideal Hardware Sture should
carry and you'll have a tolerble good
ideaof how theatre of the Oilmore &
Davis Co. looks.
Our Bakery Goods are up to date.
Uall and see the ooda ,things trned out
every day at T. B. Byrd's.
His Life Was Saved.


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ALway fre& at

r and Balkcom's.

th e Sh ad 27th of-Feb-
aent for taking spring andi
ens for Clochin-will be liere
hand 27th to assist me.
'in and see my display of


D. R. M naGOss J.L
We will ustisfy you as to !quality and
price of anything sold in a welf regula-
ted Drug Sore.
STit TAiAAtA mzs Daou Co.
Can get you up anynnic in the Cake
line on shos, notice, at T. B. Byrd's.
Nutritious Hay.


F' AhMM -old a half interest in my
Drug business to Mr. V. P. Balkeom,
and the firm will hereafter be known

8CHRADER & BALKCOM.
I amply appreciate the patronage
shown my business in the past. and
respectfully request the same be ac-
corded the new firm.
Parts indebted to me' for last
year's account will please come
promptly to the store and pay them.
Very respectfully,
H. V. R. ScnHRADt .
Fine Soaps lor the Nurwry, Toilet,
Rath and Shampei, at Tallahassee Drug
Co.


For ale


Guarantee
per cord.
No deliver
sible to wa
preseotati

Rust Pr
hy I. C. I

Stoci
Anybody
getour "*'i
as well as
charge upolN
Georg
BANl
Members of
No.'
W
Sold by
All kinds
hiy the loa
torially. a
received o
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SKI


Stables,.
generally


he Tallahaseean office, see
buy in Ton lots, or more.

iner'd headqmtrters for 'Im-
Machine supplies hasbeen
is 'ra m rd'store. Call or
or what you w atn 31-ti

'akes Sanitarium.
orth of Leon Hotel, open all
[Orhuate nurses. For par-
v t,) -
-Airs 9 E. BLB Prop'r.
Tallahmssee, Fa.


Wood!
Gy Gilmore & Davis Co.


I FULL CORD


I and delivered in city at $2.50
Sold in 8 foot lengths only.
s made unless yard is access.
Uon. Terms cash, or due i
n of account. 39
Seed Oats.
If. May Seed O.itts, for sale
aeger.

, Cotton, Wheat.
*es!rtn to Iavet or speeuil:te can
ide to Inveurs andti Sp-culatorsi
er U.ily Market Letter free o
applation to
SSkaller '& Co.,
RS AND BROKERS,
New York Cons. stock Exchange.
0 Wall Street, New York.
od Woodl! Wood!!!
i. I. Averitt, the y*ar round.
f wovd, cut or spli delivered
or cord in any yard setisfac.
Ia reasonable price. Order.
Phoae 87. Terms easy.
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undersigned, having assume
solicits the patronage 'of his



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WVl be our claim upon the public for patronage.
Ca eful attention given to winter visitors and hunt.
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eal Estate Agency,

j TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
200,0o0 acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wet
Florida, a tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres,
at reasonthle prices; r:ited ace ding to timber, location, etc.
Alscldesirable city and suburban Itesilences andl building Lots in and
around rlhllahasee, the most picturesque and attractively located city in the
State, wi bright Jiro-pect.s of improved husineqs conditions.
Alsaimproved Farms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for cal
tivation, Ptock R4isin_ and DairyinZ.
Onepf the most desirable of this class is a tract of 800 acres of the
finest Farmina Land in Leon County, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpissed by any section in
the South. Especial attention is called to this tract which will be sold ast
very reasonable figures.
For further particulars call on or address with stamp the undersigned
W. W. McGRIFF,
Tallahasseen Office,
Tallahamnes Fta



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SrTA T.T.A" lHAAS DLu,
NeA door to Gilomore & Davis Co., oppoMi Wiht Bros. Drag Store.


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SCHAPT
A COLLECTION
later on In the
Woiog up to dress f
wared Mr. Wentwor
"Hello!" said be.

AMine also."
We got out of t i
r walked down the pa
glibly of what he i
Ae had been dolng
day. Opposite his do
kivlted me within. ,
"Half an hour yet
aine you can dress 14
"Less. I think, If t'
It was a bedroom i
ladeed the rooms
Wearisome likeness
hilly bareness that
stranger and a wan<
I noticed on his d4
al quaint curios of
aod drew his attend
"'Yes," he said; "I
Hunter. This Mala
Shned, taking up a
"weapon with an inl
'rewsome story of
with the weapon a
ree with a dog; bi
Iaked, I can't say."
"And the story "
"The man who ow
Mld killed seven p
-dlleve. But, Lord
uedit half the tales
"The weapon lool
t9 have such a histo
He laughed. "It
aM value without a
& fact, I Insist upo
with the article, re
sever Inquire too
a., We are all ver;
we might easily be t
ths pistol," said he
=nd Is of Chinese or
ture. History' traac
King. a celebrated (
dynasty. Who Chi-


was the Ming dyn
remotest idea. but t
it from in Wardot
them with such an
that I did not like
lance by asking (cmi
The weapon refer
wnsly wrought, old
not unlike the 'lt:i:i
three centuries ago.
appearance of the
whatever that the
street had inanufac-
Arearm as easily
history.
"It doesn't shoot,
"Good heavens. n
S t you found the mu.
enough to test it."
I handed it back
and smilingly aske-
Sous to hear its hist(
"No. thanks. Somr
getting rather late
"I see. You thi
.probably. Fortunna
such trifles serious
tures are the real 4
mine, who has bee
them in Canton.
per, I believe. Aw
Be very careful. o,
fingers through itL"
He opened a portly
a dozen or so of g!
and crudely ,oihore1
Chinese style. The!
Junks. u mndlarins it
office, Tartar gene
looking horses.. won.
*nd several pictorla
torture.
Turning to him,
seemed exceedingl
earlosities, to whicl
Ia the affirmative.
"Their clvilizatic
*om ours, their
strange. It is the -'
change, which fa,
great longing of nu
far east. and one' o
to avail myself of tl
Idea doesn't seem t
"Well no. I catn't


-"Strange how tax
my rooms In Cork s
aid colletlo-
-ome and eeethe


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A THRILLING STCRv
OF THE BOXERS
IN CHINA


OR OARLTOM DAUL


Cm~nziatL'~
ID -o ... 1 '0


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!R XV.
or CURIOS.
venlng. as I was-
dinner. I encoun-
once more.
"What floor


lift together and
"sage. be chatting
d seen and what
with himself that
por he stopped and

.to dinner. I sup-
i ten minutes?"
ie need arise."
similar to my own.
f a hotel have a
to each other-a
-makes one feel a
Krer.
.ssing table sever-
.n eastern'pattern
an to them.
a a bit of a curio
Screese," he con-
villainous looking
,id handle, "has a
ts pwn. I got It
one gets a pedi-
, whether real or


led this ran amuck
jple. Jealousy, I
you can never
rou hear."
j sinister enough

Ink a curio is of
personal history.
getting a history
1 or spurious. I
osely. It doesn't
* fine' follows. but
,jner. Now looKl at
S"It is very old
Korean manufac-
it back to Chi-
n'!ce, of the Mh'g
;ing was or what
[ty I haven't the
o dealer I bought"
street s:;ke of
ir of familiarity
d!rplay my igno-
lons."
'd to was a curl-
shicned flintlock.
y' cnttriv'atees of
and yet frCom the
tal I had 1no doubt
''aler of W\ardour
red this anzti(que
-he had traced its

suppose?"'
It couldn't even
who was heroic

him. He took It
if I was not anx-


y.
day
wV."


perhaps. It's~


. I've.been mad
Aly I don't take
. But these pic-
Ing. A friend of
to China. bought
hinted on rice pa-
illy delicate stuff.
you'll stick your

At!o and displayed'
ing pictures. stiff.
in the approved
t'-ere pictures of
gorgeous robes of
!!s on unnatural
aD playing guitars
expositions of the


suggested that he
fund of Chinese
he frankly replied

Is so different
ays of life so
nge. the complete
aIntes me. The
ife is to go to the
these days I hope
opportunity. The
fascinate you."
y that It does."
differ. Why, to
t I have a splen-
lsties. You must
day when y6u


was horrTDie-m my mre. it was a
long story and one best kept to myself.
Jt was not every one who would care
to associate with a marked man.
I turned once more the closer to In-
spect a superb series of torture pic-


He showed nhe where the butet had lym
bedded itself in the plaster.
tures, when of a sudden tU. re was a
flash, a muffled report, and a bullet
sang by my eyes. In an Instant I was
on my guard. Springing around I en-
countered the scared white face of Mr.
Wentworth. He was still holding the
smoking pistol in his hand. that quaint
weapon of eastern design, and his agi-
tation was ti great that he trembled
violently.
"You are not hurt?' be gasped.
"No."
"Thank heaven!" This as devoutly
as man ever uttered those words.
"What is it? How did it happen?'
"Why." said he. "the thing was load-
ed. Accidentally I snapped the flint.
Look. you might have received this in-
stead of the wall."
He walked across 'the room and
showed me where fhe bullet. after mak-
ing a splash, had imbedded Itself in
the plaster.
"Heavens! What a providential es-
cape!. A inch or two more and"-'
"Yes," I said, beginning to quake
now all the da-nger wvas over. "I felt it
almost scorch mny eyos."
He threw the wea-pon down with an
exclaination of di~g.st.
"People who sell old firearms without
first .:1certalining their condition ought
A Convincing Answer.
"I hli.bled 'into Mr. Blickmonl's dru,;
stor- one evening," nays Weslv' Nelson.
of Hamilton. Ga. "a;d he a-k.-d me id,
try, han a erliin's Pain Balm for rhen-
mat:sni with which I had suffered f,r a
long t:mr. I told him I had no faith in
any medicine as they all failed-. 1 i
said: 'Ie'.lif Chliamberlain's Pain Baili
does not !ielp you you need not p ,y for
it.' I took a ttlle of it home and used
it according to the directions and in one
we k I was cured, and have not sinet-
Ibeen troubled with rheumatism." Sold.
t by Wight & Bro. and all medicinedeal
era.


to be criminally prosecuted." he pr,-
ceeded energetically. "Chance, and'
chance alone, has averted one of the
many tragedies with which the news-
papers daily provide us. I have often
wondered how people can be so care-
less; now I realize how easily an acci-
dent may happen. But thank heaven
no harm has come of it. You will for-
give me?"
"Willingly,". I smiled, but I was still
a bit shaky. "How were you to know
the thing was loaded?"'
"Aye," he echoed solemnly. "How
was I to know?"
His distress was so evident and sin-
eere that I began to make light of the
matter, not wishing- to deepen the con-
cernt which I saw so visibly affected
him. No doubt It was a narrow es-e
cape, but misses never count All the
same it was lucky for me that I had
suddenly thrown back my head, the
better to view the pictures. Otherwise
there would have been one more shoot-
Ing fatality to record.
I left him with his protestations ring-
Ing in my ears and carried a'wy with
me the picture of a pallid face, a pale
and quivering month, and. two little
eyes that shone "ikatpiiitr o hot met-
al t nra noat: n WtOImu ail iwP. and


bottle. Sold ly di uggists, price 10 eent; been extracted."
tr $1.00 per bottle. "" It was true, but why could not
imagine. .Jli] shook his le4d sagely.
with the warning he gave me In the "Tmhe police have a wayv f following
Empire last night?" up slender clews." lie said. "No douItt
"That, too." said my uncle slowly. their person wihd extracted 'this bullet
his eyes fixing me with a serious.* had a very good reason."
steady look. "has caused me an infinite The next morning at breakfast my
amount of speculation. In these times, uncle. who was an insatinhli reader of
Davie. our own shadow may conceal the newspapers. stopplid i Vddenly in
the assassin. What if your liquor had the midst of a perusal of is favorite
not been tampered with at all?" journal (we all have one) ind looked
"But that seems Incredible. I rec- me blankly in the face. Davie." he
ollect distinctly the man with the beard* muttered bIlow his breath. "the devils
stumbling over my toes and apologiz- have been at it again!"
ing profusely. Oh. no: I fear there can My heart seeneda sudden ly to turn
be no doubt of the attempt." cold. for I knew to whom b referred.
"Well, lam not so certain. In the "What Is it? What 'ha happened
first place, It would be an Infinitely now?'"
risky thiag to attempt at a crowded For reply he handed me the paper.
bar-this- deliberate pouring 6f the con- pointing with his forelingei to a head-
tents of a bottle or a vial into a stran- ing in large type. It ran t us: "Trag-
ger's glass. Some one was sure to see edy In a West End Hotel Murder or
the act. Some one, as it happened, Suicide?"
did. But what if the man with the A mist seemed to swim -before my
beard had been an accomplice? What eyes. I was almost afradi to read.
if the whole story had been but a rse Then I pulled myself together., my
to galin your confidence?" bialn, with strange insistence. assur-
Il began to see things clearer, or at Ing me of the fact that It equld not re-
least Isthought so. But It robbed me fer to any one who was dear to me be-
of the last vestige of hope. I would cause, with the exception of my unele,
like to have combated my uncle's argu- there was no.one Id the world I loved.
ment, but somehow I couldn't. There Not "that I was too selfish to love. but
was a terrible force and reality In his my destiny had not given me a choice
Indictment. I felt Instinctively that It* of friends.
would have been a waste of powder to Looking down the column: I saw that
reply. a man had been found dead An his room
I As we prepared to go down to dinner at the Victoria hotel His ,breast bad
my, uncle suggested that we'should.call been pierced by Ia dagger, and the
on Mr. Wentwnrthi examine bhi curios weapon Itself, a curiously wrought
I ~plece of eastern workmanship, prob-
I *. .. .... shl> Malav nr Chinese. was now In the


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~~~tbe knock ~s &or r vied no
.. .. Jiam. Inoeked aaia. th!a
to;re Surely. surely thi man. thIs Mr. tin maore loudly. A querulous query
Wentworth. a gentleman without Came:
doubi and one of the numerous class to "Who's there
be found In the West End. could -bare '."
no connection with Woochlng and the "Who are your
Society of the Hidden -Meaning? it "Davie."
was a monstrous thought. unworthy of "Oh!"
me. unworthy of any honest man. aLd. There was silence for a moment or
as I have said. I. sought to stifle it. two: then the voice said. "Anything'
but up It leaped like a flame which will Important?" ,
not be. suppressed.. And yet I would "Oh. no: I only wanted to have a'
give It no welcome which in any way chat." i
might be construed as an encourage- "Awfully sorry. but I'm in the mid- i
ment for as yet I had still some faith die of dressing. Will after dinner suit
In man. your?"
A few minutes later my Uncle Jim '%. "Admirably."
came in. and after listening to an apol. /"Good."
ogy for his absence (he had been pay- After dinner we nearebed the various
Ing a visit in the neighborhood of Pal. reception rooms In vain for Mr. Went-
mefra sqnareh be Inquired the news. I worth, and as a last resort I ran up
accordingly told him of my fiecond stairs and knocked at his door. A
meeting with Mr. Wentworth and of chambermaid with a bundle on her
the incident which had taken place In arm came along the pas.-age. and from
that gentleman's room. her I learned a rather startling piece
There was no manner of doubt as to of news.
the direction his thoughts Immediately Mr. Cyril George Wentworth had left
flew. The old suspicious look leaped the hotel about an hour previously!
to his eyes; anxiety clouded his face in
the most pronounced manner. He saw CHAPTER XVIi.
In this. as I was beginning rapidly to A WtEl END TRAG;EDT.
see. the hand of the society. and yet I I ernnot conscientiously ray that this
hoped against hope. Heavens! It Inf~d-t:.r th..uh broken to aimy un.
amounted to this--n every stranger I by e with .'aztl breath. eeasion.
was to see a possible enemy! I could ed hii iny ;.ti.;.-<. !n.-:.thung very
neither eat. drink nor sleep In safety. 1!:;, :a in.tk of in'tad icoip-.henusion
The thought turned me sick-sick to w t':. t'ye i to rmn. and I read
death of life and the world. And yet. .. .. ,. d, nfirmation of my
dejected and hopeless as I was. there .... .
was an undercurrent of despair which :.: t, uttered. "I expected
made me cling madly to that which I ;. h t ., L u ake inquiries."
felt assured was worthless. : .-ii.ngly V.n-ut to the otice
"Were the circumstances at all sus. .. -., ..r:tnd that M r. Wentworth
picious?" queried he. "Did he. by word ..i t dtig the dinner hour. In
r-r a ::. any way connected with the socie- ,.,,d that a tt!egra: ihad been de-
t "'' .". ':,',1 to him during mealtime. But
"Neither by word or act. True. at )o the individual In charge this meant
times I did imagine things just as i
fear a dark street a man with an east- he im t other e
erm face,. but then I am always imagin- he as odf otaChanr rliinp" v t-'
Ing things. The difficulty with me is tipllv et it r-st irn t-e ,volwine I.-,,,
to forget." menial of Mr C. D. Glas-. an emplov,
"You must not forget." said be grave- '1f tartlett & D,,'nis Co.. G- diner. M-.
ly-"not for a moment. If you do. that lH sPys: "I had kept asidit,'r tO col,
moment will be the, opportunity for 'nAd cough in the winter ,f 1897. trvin,
which our enemy has waited. Poor every cough medicine, I heard of with
rout permanent help until one day I was
lad, it's a terrible heritage, this. but it in the druz store of Mr. Ilou'ehan and
Is ours, and we are men. It is fright- hlie advised me to try Chavisherls~in'
ful. this having to suspect every one Cough Remedv arid offered to w).'y back
with whom we come in contact, and my money if I was not cured My linrs
heaven knows it is the very antithesis and bronehild tub-s wero very for-e a,
of my nature, as of yours. But what this time but I was eompl'-tely cured ly
are we to do? I confess I do not like this remedy and havo since alwivs
the look of things, and I did not like turned to it hen I had got. a col.I a: I
soon found relief. I also. co ime,,u it to
the look of Mr. Wentworth, but one my friends and am glad t.say it. i tthe
would need to be a god to read the best of all conuh nimdi(eine. For sale
minds of men." by Wight & Bro. and all mwi.-ine deal.
Wishing to believe that I had still ers.
some faith in man. I suggested that
such accidents were not uncommon
and that were we not so peculiarly nothing. People were always coming
circumstanced we should never dream and going. To u however it had a
of connecting with the incident a sin. fuller significance. Why bat. that young
ster descting with the Incident a s gentleman left so hastily?
ter desi" gn "I -think I should like to look at the
"True." he replied, "and that's where room." said my uncle as we turned
the curse of our position touches us away "Let ius go ul stal et
acutely-we must suspect everyth away. "Let s go t"
acutely-we must suspect everything On reaching our floor we ang for the
and everybody." chambermaid and by l.:-r were admit-
"And yet. if he is what we dread. ted to the room whh d tly been
how can you reconcile this Incident occupied by Mr. 1Weuntworth. but a
Te ,h r of minute examination disc!o.~d no clw'
The .munityr of Mount ple hoet. Gd-fa to the antecedents of that young gen-
ing men and women, have prepare< t t t a T girl regal'de) l unl
Shaker Ditestive Cordial formanv year. with a half curious, half superior smiue
and it is the same, simple, honest. curs of astonishment as he peer-d here and
tive medicine that has helped to make' there, but her look was strangest of all
the Shakers the healthy. long-lived Pwo- as i pointed to the bullet splash on the
n'e that they are. The Sh-.kers ne'er wall.
have indigestior'. This is partly ,wirr., to
heir simple mode of life, partly t tthP "Law." she gasped, "how did that
wonderful properties of Shaker Dfges';ve happen?"
cordiall. Indigestion is caused by th, Iltold her. and asked if nothing had
ston ah glands not supplyip enmone h ben heard of the report.
digeftive juice. Shaker Digestive C(r- "Nothing." she answered. "But I
'lmnl pnpplieR -hat's wanting. Sh..ke' don't und4.rstnnd it."
Pigestive Cord at invigorates the sto- "Nor 1. 'ut there is the proof."
a awhile they don't need help. A- evi
,!eceof the henest'of Sh.kerD ges iv examining the mark. tu'ne I and said:
flordial. the tfrmula i r. printed

t line tl eneetion with his peramal
IeAaroMce burnt themselves Into my
brain: 'On the deceased gentleman's
forehead there Is a strange elliptical
mark. which Is evidently the redalt of
some former accident."
1 drooped the paper with the dag/
word. -'he Sign!"
"Yes." ,
Our further attempts at eating were
a hollow mockery. After a few inef-
fectual efforts I abandoned even thek
pretense. My uncle drank copiously of
his coffee and turned -once more to the
news sheet The food lay untouched
before him. When he looked at me
again, the trouble had settled deeper on
his brow.
"What do you make of It?" I said
more by way of breaking the ominou-
silence than the expectation of gainiun
a new Idea: for In my mind I had al-
ready sketched a vivid outline of th;
unhappy man's career. Needless to say
we did not entertain the thought of sul-.
cide.
"It Js evident," was the reply. "that
this unfortunate Mr. Hilbury had. like
ourselves, run counter to the society
Bow. or In what way. remains to be
seen. Perhaps he may even have been
an associate of your father. We shall
see later on."
He folded his paper preparatory to
rising.
"Did you notice," said 1. "that de-
scriptiotn of the weapon?"
He opened the pair once more and
read aloud: "The weapon Itself. a curi-


)Ilgtbt pte('e of eastern work-
probably Malay or Chineg-e"- m -L <;c'a 'r ~a
9-1.5 a. yIHrL .ahha- 1 .1% P. U. 4A
*-d short and looked at me. I BeklI Air- r(a- -in -!-
lave I lat'Iy beard such a do- "'ieke.t' will It- for 's-ilo antt r. Lel..' I"
S~tor.'. Thonvis 1e ty. Itid at the trainah
Mininttoe. he-fe are in'avilit.
such a weapon was among Veor itifor-in-1t1. 'It a- to fr-itlit or Pxprvii. a3
worth's cro. to Dr. Lvivi-i, 'ztnt, or Cipt. 'riital%3ecafu
curios."or :at traiiie.
eP left Sul~ddenly 'last nig,,htl hiack- witi meet treditiat 1 lle l Xir cran.fta
-a y b y a teleg rua m ?" for T horn s'- 'ity n
ti- the Same thou-lit. It was T I1S5e.
nitp. a big span of possibility --- --------FT
ut we both sev-,ned to ac-owm- rl OticeP of ED I e tiou
iti) little difllcllty. Al i vria~'i -xUt tle- 11-1115tit IN.. CitH
ws t possible." sahl ti e. "Sin- *thli' -i*-t- h''e'v e 'I- !,hor- o k4t~ ~) l'
dved, if our esitveiq M.III the weor iii-- ttat Ilivv' ;"do*-i elft
,b is not :issoviaitetl w iaih list4---4'b':e >a ',i'Ldl4
to wit:
;u ~'esipv ivivt. You mrust 'at v. r
Way mov IiO't aa'-rn.'ful'' er%. who -'baiJtpo; X-a1e 'iy
t)''editttic' r~vl~iltielr~essurer.
tiasti'oplie. astIai t) 'j i S d mvI Tx2 ~


me chinusy volatrivati('t' of tILI-
pistol. If o~av I.zat'a s to T- vj tiui .-ti '1
here is no Weapon to eqnil y oti' of A: -icion to Sell ?
L For olive that .a b)u llt


ast-'a,,y handa. uareiy fails ill i' P.~ -a l iiti
I. It is.I ie t-hi -- 1. t ;t to Lao
)y al popleWilsv 1- e1fIV
Ftuvy of less fortunate 11161` 1.i- a-r. ]ni

zing. then.. jn utility, I I Wasa
-tim I rtise of'i
mlor.. ear
o~~ f colts'i.% t hat the pistol :'-5


was notAtired bs aeCidt.:L ~Aiul vet
| To be Prepared
For war i6 the sir-r,-t way for this ratio;
to irtint .n pw:.',e. That is the opinion
of the 1s' st sim:tesmien. It is ,qua 1l
t ue thi-'t I- t repaved ftr spring is tl.i
be.-t way o avoid the peculiar datliger.s
of the s*.4u i. Ti. isa les ,,n tnltitule-s
are learn g,. ant at this tim., when the
lehmld is s re to be loaded wilh Itnptri-
tiue and go he weak and sluggish, the
millions gin t-) take Hodml s Sarsapa-
rilia, whi-lh purifies, nriches and vital-
izes the-- llood, exlwls all dis-ase
germs, creates a good appetite, gaves
strength and energy and puts the whole
-yatem in a healthy condition, prevent-
ing pneumonia, fevers. anti other dan-
gerous diWeases which are liable to attack
a weakened systein.


N~.tice of A ppklejmvi '-1af;:- i'iald

s'lti'le t'raff.mil .-'a n *e
clcr ,w!L'uTeuh~i C.' .
c. II iv' ""IA bii

gIvertli t'ofit.it I t rod
dero Ltmc ouni-., ;- m ; i r.:e
t l ( 'w I rt of t \ t 1 1-

wc tl~edms ill s'I'-' Own-aido'l :ct III by, 9
nItiec-ir awe. aide'0"Ji m, A Ill ifile #odd11
:ore the frtinC di ay d' .i.i'NI
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bin ebokee at the phstoi
out wilmdom. Had It a
nhzfrul It even a
attached Itsplf to hik
ilf~ tinVl.le

upset a~ll hisplans.im Ul g-1ri-
'mu' emape The more I to

belif t 2 1 M5pelail Provkhp.
Wath ovr P me'~t.It 1b~
nerves s'van no loIger he coIwuflte
to heat regularly. it I 's ,!y pn -
fancy Aings.- Andl. nf'(-r all.

not depr that I hadl so" ,S11lrea (!f
We r('turned to towni that aft
and Ii 'n e peours,-. ealI'd :it ttw
r13 l)otvl. hat levlryed to mi
that thi' widow andtlherfli-t.
a'rtnad+Pettwith trwtflq.i b"5
they xtg;ie?Tme ihotel olfit IMSd
knor~v. illit g~'tvbi rlwe L

Which was jutizt around at the IiAeIL
thanked tlr'm. butt(lid [l('t take
advice. Unlike tit(.puilet%. we
who ha~d (va'.lmiittvtl thti. 1tilrde,..
It-a!st wo had(1 ver~y tevw lolpts.
ever. we. tIho;1-lit Unit a lip.I-
weajxtit might eoiifirmi anty 11,
*USpicioin anid With thazt ol)Jf(.t in
enllh'd it the poI!tee offlete and
pe-rtin*isio to ifl!pii'(t the knife. a
mis,.len which was pt:iremiptorily
cii by a red faced sav~agel eiritbf-d
little br!.,f iauthitrity.
*'But -1 Urn not withon:t ilntortn~aft

upton this Crimeit." Said my 1Iele..
The -;,(! tnced utie .i i.ia sIIJ3f

-Y'-'; I knlow," bho said. *I'vP 'ad
'ere air. zidy whlo ei:tt hiy thoir 'aimbe
the miurdereratiat I monwilt's
"D~o you L numw." 'it iid my rivi'Ae%, U*
your toite is hardly tit*- (one to26
When spenhtl lt::to :1 gint.110-all?"
*If gettii'ttviei will ('otm- 'ere
suet 'iyariis"-hlit-imiltver.'I% 3s hetow
ed his g-vat baek on its. Tlin. sntM
Wasi left tizitiuaislie.d. but It really
quired no -,:ndeIt. The toce,

(OQIntinu'-"1 on 44evin th .P).

T. S. E. Railroad
W~ill run a pvisq,-imer tdihi on Ti T-&aIMU1O
Schedule, Ptetfctive D(-4'-1, i'NNI.
:Ca'1 (town.Re


The red
ously WN
mnanship|
He stolor
"Where )i
scriptioai,
"Why.
Mr. Wenr
"And '
Called a
lie Ioo'
formula
a great j
to leap. I
plish it i
"It is
gular. i
Weut wo
so-iety.
feel you
I shud
of the I
canlnot i
did ulot i
ence to
explodill
murder.
the knife
bri igs dti
miss a
driven bt
its naissi
die'ualed
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talks.
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JOHN MARSHALL DAY.
0r'. rin from record palg,.)
it the itt ances of his mind
us and to succeeding generate
Sthe ebo ent of human wisd
&Bfore a ike celebration of
aracter wi be held ano-ther h
ed years i11 have come and i
to the bhow, .and tht'ie who
re today 1tening will have I
lired to tih r pillows of dust.
ye review hisis life, and we
ye it now for the judgment of
er one h red years, but at
t in the orld'- history the si
contenitio rygratitude attend
tion of h name, the prayer
ple who ave long enjoyed
titution hiich lie made sec
tiil in t der remembrance
patient rilir and the lau
h an a irinz world this
upon h humble tomb, th
fill sha uws as they let fall
s of de he tears of freed
g man lad, 'embalming
pelhwci drop a memory mn
al as th pyramids anti as
as his oen unconquenrd virt
ank yo# for your kind at
a.
Mian r. Endorse It.
pV mni rs hliave teatlattl- t.)
of Jobhnmx Dickey'p)ll, R.-li
ater. I believes 41ll inflvau
ra* %rr% latred lii is withom
of p I Send for testiiu in
er stnl tgt a bottle and Ir
ullne is wavas on l.se L in a
M. 25 C at Wght & BI
St re. r
's Eye View of the Colk

installation services at Be
ist ChlaurI lat Sunday v
attended. There were a n
f visitingiriends from all of
cluttrothes Rev. RtayforJ,
f the leading Baptist Chured
cola, preached the in-talla
in, and I v. McKinnev, pri
f the Bat ist Academy of I
preached' an excellent ser,


:,As fa ews as to iapri t pe
.i flowing gel g"l being at last satiated. B i
ike Dira. 1 H. W. 4 f1 it ,are la the hope. IndeedL
e, buineas manager, Philadel4. snetli- harbred be belief t-nat ibe
S o, Pa.inS. Watson, secretary of bd ns wish for the enemy to with.
the dm-hur extenion department, draw.- So-,r be had done nothlng but
SPhiladelphia. Pa.; J T. Jeiiser, atud upon the defengsve. and his sol
aecretarv of the t P. A. S, Bal. wearied of reeling thrust and stab.
.more i.f;G. E. Taylor P *i-.r -- I He longed to hear the advance sound.
Mom ilie .s.. Tayk,-dtr'"d ed-to do m,... cutting and thrusting,
manager Southern Clristian ie. on his own a eou...
border, Atlanta, Ga., and II. B. As there had bee ain, sign of the en-
Parks, general secretary missionary emy during the whole of the period we
department, New York City.. were under police surveillance I think
Presiding Elders llerndon and E. oficialism came to the conclusion that
,I. Johnson, B. A. Shliaw and I. J. it had attached undue Importance to
SI,.lloway, wele visiting ministers t, our story. for we were somewhat ezmrt-
the Conference. The se.so.n was ly Informed from headquarters that
Sa there being no longer evidence of dan-
d one of the most pleasant and p r our guard ld e withdrawn
S gressive in ita hidory. forthwith. And it lt not a little singu-
S[ Thie District Grand Lodge of G. lar that two days after this notification
SU. 0. F. will convene in this city in as we sat at dinner In a well known
at early spring. onuse off Coventry street the waiter
mrw Visitors and strangers are looking brought-a letter to our table. Inquiring
at for healthy and prosperofa places to as be looked frbn me to my uncle for
a. "Mr. Kingston.,
make investments. Tallahassee as held out my hand and took the mi-
San all-round town comes nearer fill.- Ire and wlthbuyt an ordinary amount
ing the requienients than any other of curiolsty opened It A sheet of pa
g Iplace in Florida. It has good per somewhat curiously folded met my
[ churches, good school, and good gaze. This I opened gingerly. for it
, fraternal, lodges. The town is nut seemed to me that the paper was a
S/ blank, and I was getting just a trifle
IW. Chaurr. Milhoo, Via, wnti : Preary of mysterious communications.
Have us-d Dr. M A. 8imoios Liver However. It was not all a blank, for In
SMedicine 20 y ears; womlu b 1 -,(Medicine-96ear; wuub'b isit i the middle of It were these words.
um it It rut only cures a iments, but Hold this up to the light. I did so
. in my family is a prevtaire ofi d,- Hold p to the light." I did o
a-. ease.i and saw at once the reason of the re.
quest.
dependent upon the orange and pine- The paper bad been so folded that
apple crops for its ba; king, but finds the crease of the line made a perfect
its stul:port in the abuidla st growth oval. It was the fatal sign once more.
of king cotton, corn and other bread I passed It on to ay mile, and he.
stuff, with sufiicienit resin upon the who had been intently watching me.
turpentine faris to nake things stick. guessed the bad news from nmy face,
Sturpentine fars to ae inings stiek. lie read the words and accordlngly
A ILeter class ,f hu>iness mnen ear held the thing up to the light
not be found within the borders of, "Yes." he said. "There can be no!
live our floral State. doubt as to the meaning. I wonder
ions jThe State legi-lature will convene where thftentlemian Is who sent it?"
lom. this spring in the same capitol build. But though he spoke nonchalantly Li
this ing, and out of the minds of its di.- saw his mouth harden, and I knew;
lun. tiguiihd law makers-noble men- that the old fighting blood was bub-'
ne will spring up many goKod thiKngs bling once more to the surface. HIei
si for the ermn, bof humanity ad long since passed the terrtiled
it for the .termn.nt, ofhumanity.
be mo stage and lived now in the hope of uone,
long There are to be found among the day meeting thle enemy. And i. too,
wille representatives of Floida asoine of was slowly gaining some of his spirit. I
will the grandest men that have ever the constant companionship of the'
an- graced the legislative assembly of any Terror lessening the horror which sur-:
this State. We hope to see the excava- rounded it. I don't think It was the
ighs tion and hear the dynamic roar in thought of fighting or the probable end.
the the preparation of a deeper andl that I feared so much. It was the se-.;
s of broader foundation upon which shill cret, crawling method which engender-!
the rest i quiet the capitol of our proud ed a most horrid uncertainty and put
cure Stat in quiet me upon the rck. This it was whh
So ate* had shattered my father's nerve and
of i 'he colored young alen of the city iade him the wreck I knew. and th!3
els who are in the employment of the was :the fear whbch had haunted mue.
day various business liouses have acquiredI But perhaps at bottom I-was my fa-
row a reputation by their fidelity and in. their's son. and It would have been a
like dustry. Some of them have been i, strange ghost that could have cowced
om- the service of their employers from hbin at my age. cr the stcrits they tell
with five to fifteen years. of llm can have but slight foundation
iade The TALLAFA'-SI.EAN did not greet in .
gio- all of its weekly subscribers the la. t My uncle looked around inquiringly
ues. issue, Iecaiuse the delivery boty did for the waiter. ut It was seey turin-
te- not get; around. It is puLlished for When lie 1lid. jim held the letter up ix-
S:l; read and keep posted. fore the man.
A yoit'g iluan who wwas observed "Who gave you this?"
the in-the act of jumping off the *wift "A gentleman. sir."
:bl* mioving traim tie other day; touched "Is he still in the room?"
tti ihe ympnHathy of the passegers, who "No. sir le handed it to me na he
in a ihe math a to pake sh was going out."
is,^ felt. hau he onht not to tke such a "'Do you know him at all"
v ri.k, replhd 1 have not paid mny fare "No. sir; not that I know of."
re t iuil ilmast o 0I ti.hL ad do it in a p"Do you remember what he was
o.'iurrv. Ytnii!r IIe ti you caittlOL al like?"


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lion
alac-I
.il ye
Live1


p. m. Tlh. members and friend,
ie church hliied nobly to reach
1500 markito meet the pressing
ads I otf teir creditors.
ev. Dr. ILt. N. Countee, of Kan-
City, Mo., j4 in the city. He
clhed at B4bel A. M. E. Church
lay evening at 7:30. Rev. Hol-
y and hi;s nigregation regirde.l
rare treat. The Doctor is giv-
nine of t e finest stereopticon
rtainments ever witnessed in this
of the Stae."" It is claimed to
the only nuro exhibition in the
i. ;
)v. A. J. Kershaw, pastor of one
largest *arches of the Flor-
onferenc. at Appalachicola,
a few days at home with his
ones, an4 while here, in the
of the. pastor, was called
to preach i the funeral of little


4.


-tayv get out of trouble thlial
a.av when olice you have gotten in.
Catarrh Canuot be Cured
vith lhal aip la -L4uis. ai taltey cannot
t-4ti uie sa i -t, lls~e' s a hltoi or c,,wsli utional disaase, aeid
tu o'.er to :.re it. vo u must take internal
rteiedit% ;il's i.,tarrti Cure is take,
ntu-rn lly, and act.s directly on tilhe bklo
;t'ad ilut'utous sutrface-. hall's t:atarrhl
:ure is not a qluato medicine. It was
,i-ceribted lly ne o)f Ihe b~st phliysicanl-
tihts country for- year-, and as a regu-
vir prescription. Ic is Cec..p.-sd of the-
'st tonics known, combined with the
Iwst bl-od puItifiers, a- ing directly lie mucuouo surfaces. Tie perfect c.ot-
,iation of o t wo to iogrt,-nts is whliat
prwjuc- sucli wonderful results in cur-
iA Ciatatrrli. .Se d for t-,n la abvhi, free.
4'. J. CHlENSY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by DiugglS, 7. cents.
lah'iA tl'anliiy Pli'. are* ai h"4t.
THE YELLOW riAN.
(C. ntaliU"li from Sixht P.a".)
Ive shoulders finished ft as no word
could.
"Ycu are an exceedingly Intelligent
fellow." said my l::cle. "You ought to
succeed.'"
After t: i,, vat: :: o t.co
er the w :';;i..,ai,s ci rW :.' ..,v: and
tier da iugi. ;, .*- :.;;'; ::;.-..,i ,:- ;a-
quirlcs. .'lf. : \. ..... (,:':.' have
heard what an,, .,.,- -,. .;. "r d.. and
our story, i ; ..... u.ler
us anything Li:; ::.I. ac:ia:mint-
aices. Therefore. after duly taking all
things Into cous!deration, we decided
not to Intrude upon the privacy of the
ladles, but from a distance watch the
efforts of the law, rendering such aid
as we could. Indeed. our suspclions
were written out and dispatched to
Scotland Yard. and in due time we
were waited upon by one of the chief
Inspectors, but as our story would
serve no good cause by being made
public It accordingly never reached the
w m Bpersu. t the poUen were duly
the society and fts do-
.ig, and for some time afterward
t tgance was such -that. we ate,
lept and walkedd in safety, knowing
that4 l e wboua was -watched at nlaht


For a moment or two the man warily
scratched a dark chin.
"Can't say that I do. sir. though I
rather fancy he was a foreign gent."
"Thanks."
The description was quite suffiMent.
"Foreign gent" was nenr enough to
the mark. The waiter would hardly
distinguish his nationality at a glance.
"Strna ge." said my uncle as the man
departed with a load of empty dishes.
"that we. the superior animals, should
be so utterly lacking In Instinct. We
have evidently been within touch of
our esteemed Wentworth and yet had
no suspicion of it. Au animal would
have smelt danger: a man blunders
Into It. Yet the one hIts only Instinct.
the other r.ason. A pretty question.
Davie: Has our intellect .blunted our
Instinct ?"
I believed It had. but I was In no
mood to continue this philosophic vein
1When he took that calm. rational view
of abstruse problems, he was getting
dangerous.
"The time has come for us to make
a move," he said. "The police regard
us more or less suspiciously. The mur-
der of Mr. Hilbury la a thing of the
past The verdict has gone forth-
murder against some person or persons
Unknown. It is but one more mystery
added to the many. Some even have no
doubt that It was a case of suicide.
their efforts to trace the perpetrator
having signally failed. But we know.
and we must act accordingly. I admit
I was not without hope that the socie-
ty, having left us so long In peace, had
at last grown weary of revenge; but
this night's business has entirely dissi-
pated that hope. Whether they mean
to strike or merely to torture I cannot
say. but one thing I know-I am weary
to death of this awful manner of liv-
Ing."
"What do you propose by way of
remedy ?"
He paused, the attitude of the walter
arresting his attention. He called to


Nervous children are almost alwevs
thin children- The outd rw bor" ih
edMom nerves. Wit'*s Conm Ver
..nmia fi* t A thebest wen Antaint nerwnn.-


u+y jaw anyway, and eemed to IMo.
-tea rather attentively .
I sighed. It was awifL this fear of
every shadow.
Ye he continued., "It's rather un-VPO
pleasant. lan't it? In act. It's become in
unbearable."
"It has long been so -o me." tol msh aikeoe aidi Vl dbetdialli dat. an
"And to me. and whSt ls more, it allL EALERP THEM
appears so boneless. l are no wish to
frightenYou. Davie how is It go- ____________
g to end Hachin Fa P
I Feared It could cu end one way.,P
and I aid m- T gS fF aCnyig# Pou
"In the triumph of ur enemies? I O800
believe so too. I have ong believed It. For al i
Police have failed, we ve failed, but
the society never fai it can be bat- Ow pens contain over twenty (20) of Hih Grade Blood
fled. kept at bay. but I has Infinite pa- S o., adapd. to the S f r om an mos viorousra i
tlence and a long pur. I tell you an- oc dped o he Souh from voice and most vigorous strain.
didly. Darle. I am x.- ning to fear It; .ed Ptymt-ih Rock. witse P"Iy4 h Rock. White Wyaadette.
fear it. that Is. In a mi ner that never arown gLib white L.hwrn. BIack LMinoreas iloudo-s. biver
appealed to me befo There Is evi- Silr g amhwgas. Buff Coch.s iwghi Brabmas. etc.. etc
dently no security for.us In England. Soathers Agents for locuba rs and Poultry Supplies.
We must go abroad."t" Is he said with TE G.RFFI4 P 8THI R8 COMAN,
a look which was half at Interroga- E L. O T we as,
tion. 4 EXCELSIOR POULT Y FAt ree..AConv e. FA.
"Willingly."I said. at win our go- -[rwrW W*v a-i vWL .
In abroad aid us? d where hall .
we go', OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
I put this last questi not without a COM PA NY
cetiltin Inward suspicIli. for I had not iSAVANNA LI UNE.)
forgotten his wish. wh ch I knew wasr
not dead. though It l lain dormant
so long, of boarding thb lion in his den.
"You know." be replied, "I have al-
ways rather fancied t a t your father
was guilty of a piece of good sense
when he suggested tojat we should
seek Kung in his native' land. and yo:i
know that wisdom Is 1 thing I lha
never accused him of wfqre. To imy
thinking the very darity; of the object
Is nilmo:t an inspiration. dangerous ai
it undoubtedly will be. If we can on-
ly give oochilng the stp"-- -
"Easler snid thnn don-."
"Pi'reci.tly. but Ithtj Is no reason "
why we should not tryi Hitherto outi
open manner of livingihas taxed hij BY LAKD AN D SE A
li'verueess in no way. 1Ie has known PFat -'reigln an.LLuxuriou4 Passenger Route to N-*w Y-rk. 1 i-.,r t no iSt
tv.lhre to find us without the troublai
of looking. Though you are inclin-eJ hort Rail Ride t .Savanna .
not to thiuk so, I can as:sure you that Then"te via n tal ttn+l -xprcss 'seani-liips ailin, 'rom Sav.'nnwh. Fow- qhipr eaf
huian ingenuity is not Infallibhle." w k to N#-w York. making chro Truth to tell. the idea appealed to t or :Stunl ",i"r.
Sstu.. Though to 1 hd ooi Ali me strongly. Though to him I had not inron.Ion. ailigschetule. s.it.r.uom reservations. or call on
broached the subject for some time, I -w. n.'LE s. rf. rIe M.Aur,. ;ew Pi-r 3,5 N.-th Ri ver. New York.
had thought none the less of this going WAL 'iK ll WKINa,Uen. C. Tratie tDl.T., 224 \W ay St., Jaek1onvile, FLa
to C.:ina. The awful retiessness and
Irrltatiou caused by the yellow man's
espionage had bred in me a feeling aL
muchh cLin to despair, and it was th ES A AI
despair which stiTffened my back and
a0d1d a eertalu recklessness to miy
spirit. Amd. as my uncle had said..
hitherto we had scarcely' tried to throw
our tnemiles off the scent. hoping they
wourIlJ commit some overt act whicRliLW
would bring us face to face. But ib DOUBLE DAILY 1SERVICE
that we failed to realize our hopes. | Schedule Effective February 3. 1901.
They had wisdom andl patience. Ni rn & :.;Sr. 1*44 i ii. i.. i .-UTi*-: .N DIaVI-..N i 7. I 31
lie looked at me to see how I took *-"it-e4 ............. -3. 74." i s I .a.-:.vuiie.............. .... o l 7 4p
ed ani.. ta ..........l1 a 1Ia I s'1 ....... Ar lal'wini........ .............. 94411. 8 p
hs words and. perceivim g an eneour. r t ........ ....... 125 ,4 93.,- Ar i .......... .. .......
aging sign. continued: Ar2 na 11. ............ .1313 ll; 1)11 4)a Ari iaine.sville ............... ...... 115' p.......
Ar 'a I.inx................. :t'u9 "l41a ....... Ar' i'aiKey ............................
"Pelleve me. Davle. the time ha IArDea c............... 346 2 .. er i *........ .... ....
come for us to strike out" Artoi aie.ia ......... 511p 4 ;ia ....... i OCla .. ..... .. ....... 1I. I?
We talked. I should .thjnk. for nearly .Ar u Ies..... 1n371 1 .......r1.4 burg .................... p
an hour. during whclh 'e assiduously rKIal vh .... ....... i 122: li5'1 ...... Ar' i .v s..... ................ 321 4 a
A r Po r m south .. ....... ..7 ia 5 p A r O rlan ilo .......... .... ....5..4 4 1 0. T-L ;
plodded through our second cigar. Up- Rie d............... .... ritriPark......... ....... p.......
on one point we were! resolved, we rwar uis4n5 ...... ... .4.590 1u1, ..... A' D.,le t citv.......... ......... p-32 4 a
must leave London. and secretly. ~ utAr aii nor .......... 1.. ti 9.... r r tC1t' .......... 41.'4
Ar allsuik e Ph-............... 2.JiAi rr Ta.ii ......................Set rtb Iri'
how? There we stopped in sp)!te of a .rNewt crc................. :;(op ti1-i....... ----
score of inrenilons plan. In fact. we _wL.r. O'. & N. 0(. J 3. I I. *No. iH 'etvec Jackqonville daily at 4:25 .
stopped at the very relining of them. v-- a ile........... ........ a 95 m. zrri -a.% Frnaandina56:51o p m. I
sOPed tt er n o the. Ar Lak LCity .......91...... 9:|. 11i li~ (oiinecti, i iIn i) e at F ,nundina with Qun-
for it was tuere we experienced the in- Ar iev isak .................. IlOuI. |i5i. I berland RlToit .e:.ners.. leavhnut lenrandina
superable dift2ulty. How were we to '"rdi4lo -........ d..........I 4 p 1 014 p .oaly'i exce,>t.-unday, arrihintgBira
elude the vigilance cf tht society? Ar 'honia vi.le ................. I iU, .... l.cave ter.anildaforJackounvUile7:40 .I.
sr MIing>mry ...... 810 a ....... anil 2:40- p. an.
ITO aK COsTIXCOD.J Ar t It1 .......... ....... 744a ....... Arrivals ut Jacksonville frno the North and
Ar lall.hiaaCe ................. lto 3:51. Fasta. No "27 -. 7::3 a m : i\o.31.at:$:iOp m.,
i Ar ~uinuty ............................. 427 p No :, ata-::30p p m From the et4st. No. 2. a
? r liv;. Junction ............. ... 515,. i.7:2 p. in : No. 4. aM :4- a m. From ti
t ss Ob ia Na.r I'een-.cola ........................ 1 3I South, ,o. 44.at 9:00 a. inm.; No. G.& 3:"f6
N*nbeth'b Wife'. ('brIltlan *aio. tr MUbl .............................. 311-u p. m.
liss Blank. who wishel to become n r ..w r" .................... 7 4*
candidate for the position of teacher in 'ain .1o 44 the I loridana.I MetioeoliiLn Imni:led, vw-tfbule' tr.iin Ibetw, ei St. Augu-tie.
.rthe ub chols weLnt Io 'ille a d New l ok. via RItilamotild aidil Washtibtoij. inrluuiinr drawiili r,,m. com-yirt
the publi schools, tent up for exa u ii'ien, diai"uici:a l-: nervlatio- ~ar-. la y- ruhieaetueenl '. A.uai-tiea atiil a-hit:oin. Tia..
nation recently. Among other things :t1 nld-t- inry I'uihnzalai liflc utieltlit e r-ar- bwtw.en .iark'jiivill- ieid lUmapI.
she wa alod nn to r-d a ...1 -o 1 a laniid Atlaiitie Ft I M.ii. ai. d ve.suiluled tipn. cm-i-tin. oil day oinches, man.
she was (aaled uIpon to read 9 passa".( uig>g .e an'ld eprt-c.ar- bealtieu Jack.'uvillc anid Hahtiigton, and Pi'ul.main abkver betwe
from "'.Mlacbeth" which closes with the Jac.oo1t. l1nil NEw York.
o.t u asei 41, Pulhman utuest sleeper Jac:sonville and St. Iouls via Monticello, Thomasvilll and
words which Macbeth speaks to I-'dy Moudtunn ry.
Macbeth. "1 prithee come with me." .etea "ei f.*r Key WVet and I'avv;ainna No. 27 makes connection at Port Tampa wlth ateamem
neavinig Ibnd:-ax. Trh nlda- acld .-auirliaim.-.
"And what." asked the examiner. "do N.2 a you understand 'prithee' to mean?" Full 'a, .rmasiou a City Tickct >lice by K. r. Uapkiu.. ge t
yo understand it to be a corruption of V. ,. M' IE .. t. E! L. .'eN t. A.O. |aeDONFL nT.
"i understand It to be a (orraiptlu of lenu'l au|,., ne. 'a. Agent. As-L Ge:,. I'a' Agent,
*pray thee. '" replied the would be I o:t-mouth. Va. Jacknoivie. 1la.
teariher. surprised at so trivial a ques __-- .


"*I am glad." sad the examiner. "The Carnabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia R. it
lady who ncame just before you assuredl-
me that it was the Christian name of i PASSENXGER SCIEDI)ULES EFF.CTFIVrP SEPr. .. 10.I0.


Macbetb's wife."-.J judge.
The A*Bused lnae.
The wlcl:tmlness of muilh Is a stand-
Ing Joke. and yoc are alwivas harrin-
them abused. Ever see a temsn of nmlaes
run away? Almost every y you see
a familly horse. running ar ay. usually
with screaming women and children Ip
the buggy, but did you evet see a mule
run away? Did you ever personally
know a mule, to kid- any one? The
fact In. the mule works bhrd on light
feeld and etq na* nthini bt' misne_..


RRSADIX) DW%. UP bY.


ETAl IONS.


i fcU U lUg- -sopt abuse ..- ..-.... **** .. ..... ... a ... -.. .. ... ... ..........
Atchison ulo'w. u ....... 37.0 .HilIardviii.. t .. ...........
AUison Globe. .... ... ...... .... ..1 3840 2 ...Spring Hill.... 4 s20 ...... ............
...... ........ s50.0 ...Talla ashsee... s uW ..u .......... .... ......
Just the Oppoiti. P V. I.A A. I......".
"When I first met you." e led the wo- t signal ror p gers.
man who bad been mard h. s auec-. At Tallahssee with trains on S A. L. At Carrabeile with ApalaebIkxf
man who bad been marred for her steamer. &Apalachlcola with ('7.tUhoochee River 4teaer s.
money. "you occupied a low. menial U. Ma Steamer Creecent CIt, will leave AnnIaohtir!a dalir at 6-30a. I' etrnWlr
position, but now. thanks me, your a~ wCar Illedaily. 11:D a. m. F. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. Pam.Agt., Tallabassee, i.
position"-
"Is a hymeneal one." ber husband to- ATARRH CAN BE CURED.
terrupted.-Exchange. .

Impe"dla Soetal Ri uIres.
"Mars-can boast a much der elvill-
zation-than ours."
"Say. bow their first fa illes will
look down on eurs when begin to
get chbmim yr--Cleveland Ilan Deal- IT *COES tTO 'EVERYCPAIRT
t .. SURE .SAFE 'AND PLEASANT.

Don't let t0e hand of *me paint SM o b W e medics fratanity sohat a senabe anp orei c for Caterrh. In A*
wrinkles on your face. young, by6" ~4i2 uSie2isueak i e ndbeenvM tpubbf- am "
keeping thekMood pure andt diaetie -.nas 0,102ni av a a umS im r. l


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Ssoirt for mough rPme- i ^ ties engendered by the contests,
soiriofcie-- b .. --
S O U there i. they think, much danger
Idies but it does not I that the states may be Democratic at
5 the next election and four Democrats
yield; it is too deep may be choose from them to the
Senate. All party and personal in-
seated. It may wear fluences possible to Le exerted have
itself in tim buti, been bought to bear on the Repub-
O tl n Dlicans members of the two Legisla.
it is more liable to tures to reconcile their differences
and seud four men here to reinforce
reduce la grippe, the Republican side of the Senate,
S but unlesssome very unexpected de-
pneumonia or a sen- J velopments occur, belief is now pre-
ow 41throa a^ffetion:- i valent that these appeals will not have
U t uat, oeUUI!. the desire deflect. Persons here from
tY V l, nopd |thie scenes of both-Senatorial conflicts
You need something
IO Mv,, Sm m i ; eort there is no prospect that either
ethat will yv0d Adi nk m Delaware or Rosewater
h will _i e Y Iin ebraska wMl permit' an election
strength and build ---
up the body.
ha A-.-.-sd


EM-7


W.M~d


is returfiedto tdiesoil
lakeCity ,the following cropwill
--.sItr*- h. Ky., writs: materlly decrease.
m rinwt of kidney diesel
P.t iOe' be a.t phycisan in i iWe booksI .Ng .
fcktu1y I'itd na e without, a. vud ao
was fdured to try Foley's
.r. T-he sit bottle gave im-
a i SB.~a.a nMtly. I l.dly ,ecommenid g Ma St.
ls WaeierIul menedy." Wight & Bro. e va
,aee W. a AIrommz and wife. *f '
Vgr^ a re recet artivals at the t

., Jol6b E. Firtidge, of Jackson-
Wrie. si n puatendet ce Court Tuesday of this week.
BH 0. T. Green, of Ocala. a promi '
MeIts yer of that city is in the city n -
*utanf l' business micon ection with "
M lmeag-inj of twhe State convicts. .-
.. Judge W. B. Owens, a prominent at-
So I A gney of Jacksonville, was in the city
4 I important business thbi week.
@. mir Mr. W. 1L. Raine has sold out his
Wl B t M S r I m;1 and gnm stand to T. G. Rawl*.
i I- iI-t fmi l Mr R Ha will move the machinery to
0 mes tw e bis Lake Jackson plantation.
--_r e,- of '-9 S The city has been filled this week with
0iapqate mine owners and naval storm
ien and their attorn, ys looking after,
Mr. Philip Ball. city editor of the Pen- iher convict ierse.
amoola News, spent Monday in the city. .
nL i_-- A powerful engine cannot he run
o. Johnm E.tillman, of Penp la. with a weak boiler, and we can't keep
lletorof Customs for that port, is at p the strain of an active life with a
e CpitaL ,eak stomach neither can we stop the
-mrs. Snt,w ew MisWs. K a.te Clarke, of machine to make repairs. If the
Weilo, isislins friends in theity .cannot digt enough food to
2t e l f d y pethe body strong, sucha preparation
.s Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be used.
The best protection against fevers. pit digests what you eat and it simply
flu moria, diphtheria etc., is in build Wan't help but do you good. All deal-
up the system with Hood's Sasapa.
Mrs. Clarke, of Oswego, N. Y., and
Col. John A. Henderson returned yes Miss Murphy. of Jacksonvville who were
tadsy him a lurinen trip to Purtgsa 1uetaof Mre. I. H. Gamble during the
momth, Vs., and Ne' TYork City. |4Ust week, left on the east bound train
Mr. A-. B. Small of the Lake Cty bar
was in attendance on the Supreme Court The prettiest thing in Tallahaame (un-
eary in the week. jes there is another just like it) s the
Frequent Co ghing ,Japonica tree in Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
-"i e the lungs. Foley's Honey,_, eyard; It has thousands of open
TISarmes the oungS. aoleynd hoaey td .owers on it, beingliterpry covered with
Tar stops the coughmg and heaInes the m.
lieam. The ordinary cough medicines "
wim-h are simply expectorants, will not The young folks enjoyed a d< lightful
do this, as they keep the lutig irritated Wntertainment at "The Columns" Mon-
in throwing off the phlegm. Wight & ,May night, tender. d by the hostess Mrs.
"o. T. J. Roberts. There was music, recita.
Mr. W. C. Jackon a prominent mem- "Los, etc. -
ber of the G. inesville bar, was among Judge J. W. Malone, bf this Circuit is
A.e prominent lawyers present this week in town today.
AWfore the Supreme Court.
Mr. W. J. Hillmana phophateowner The prettiest thing we have seen in a
vC Citrus county has been looking after 1'ng t"a was r th s hterPepryedb
omsinewsinterests at the capital during M .: t ne s- e
l week. wedding. The designs wereartistic and
= "".the color a rich golden-at the same
Bon. George U. Walker, of the Gaines- time showing nothing artificial in the
vwie bar, was in attendance before the $coloring line.
Baprenie Court early this week.
.. No Right to Ugliness.
A Misunderstanding. The woman who is lovely in face
Misunderstood symptoms of disease form and temper will always have
kad' doctors to treat something else friends, but one who would be attractive
when thie kidneys are out of order. Fo- i.must keep her health. If she is weak,
iey's Kiiney Case will bring you health sickly and all run down, she will be ner-
when other medicines have tailed. Take vous and irritable. If she has constipa-
so substitute. Wight & Bro.. tion or kidney trouble: her impure blood
Bon. J. W. Trammell and Mrs. Tram- will cause pimples, blotches, skin erup-
on t aions and a wretched conmlexion. Elec-
_ellu i ,thecrty/ on a -visit-toMrs.. W.- tric Bitters is the best medmicine in the
son, Mrs. Trammell's mother. world to regulate stomach, liver and
Colonel John E. Lambeth, Inspector- kidneys and to purify the blood. It gives
General of Florida, reports to Adjutant- strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, vel.
General Houstoun that be has mustered rvely skin. rch complexion. It will snake
in division of naval militia at Braiden- a good looking, charming woman of a
town. Iteontaics foity-seven menand run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at all
will be known as the tirft divis oi. Drug Sutores.
r ...-. ... .. ...-... Al THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
l -t ^A -- B .-.t (Continued from First Page.)

-I fd itrit, 307,792, and Seventh, 130,
1 -- ] 123, a difference of 178,849."
.| U rXAD d Republicans are feeling rather blue
l IUdiIn5i iiJI over the continued failure of the legis-
|lBB^ VWII nature of Delaware and Nebraska to
I choose Senators, and are beginning
nYou have usedi all *to fear that no elections will be had.
I U .V a In this case, what with the animosi-


the people of Florida that Doctor Por-
ter retain the position-we ask it in
the name of interests that stretch in
many ramifications and directions
throughout this continent of ours,
and we ask that the people join in
this protest with the voice which
demands the -loyal obedience of all
good citizens. Before his successor
could be appointed and become
familiar with the reins of power the
summer would be upon us, and it
might be necessary to set in motion
all the complicated machinery at the
command of the4board-then it would


Nebraska and Deawawre es, bmm t
the isecion of four Democrat would
be a heavy counter-balance even to
their great majority.
It is something of a question whether
the War Department will -dare to
sustain ,General MacArthur in aId
action of banishing Editor Rice for
maligning an aroy officer. The ar-
ticle on which the action was biaed
has been received in this city and n-'
tain sabsolut' ly nothing that the most
ardent advocate of Leese Majeste
could consider "treasonable." It
simply criticized the actions of the;
port officer and charged him with
corruption-a charge punishable, if
false, as criminal libel. Senator
Teller has 'secured the adoption of a
resolution calling on the Secretary of
War for information on the subject.
Speaking of the matter, Mr. Teller
said that he did not wonder that
Mice was defiant, knowing that there
was no law justifying his expulsion.
He did not know whether Rice's
paper had been suppresoed, but he
had been credibly informed that four
newspapers had been suppressed in
Luzon by the military authorities.
Mr. Teller spoke of the proceeding
as one of importance to all, for Mr.
Rice was a citizen of the United
States and an offence against him
was an offence against every other
citizen of this country.
Florida Health Officer.
The people of Florida are deeply
interested in a subject now under
discussion, and great interests are
involved in the immediate removal
of a misapprehension under which
some seem to suffer. It is asked can
the health officer retain his position
while sitting as member of the legis-
lature from Monroe county? Since
our law forbids one man to hold two
offices at the same time, we are driven
to ask. What is an office within the
meaning of, the law?
"Then it becomes apparent that
all difficulty has vanished with the
definition. The health officer is but
an employee or agent of the board;
he holds no commission from the
state, and his salary is paid throng
the board; he reports to the board
and is responsible only to it. Doc-
tor Porter, by many years of service,
has so magnified his office that it
looms to huge proportions before the
public eye, but it is the man and not
the position that fills the popular
heart and mind. Yet he is no state
official within the meaning of the
statute, he is debarred by no law
from holding any office, elective or
appointive under our constitution,
and he is only a private citizen among
us, save as he is subject to the rules
and regulations of the state health
board.
"With Doctor Porter's ability and
past service as health officer we all
are acquainted-we allknow him-
voicing the sentiment and desire of
the whole people, we demand that
he retain his position, protesting
against all question of this because
all that has been said is but tne effect
of misapprehension of the law. It is
possible we have some among Doc-
tor Portor's professional brethren as
able, because in the course of time we
must depend on one of them to take
his place, but even that worthy will
be without the present official's ex-
perience and on this account alone
could not command the implicit con-
idence of all who might be brought'
into contact with the board.
"Therefore we ask in the name of


General revenue 9 7.901 s
Am' t collected and
paid to Feb 12,
1901.............. 277 77-
Filn forfeitarm... 2, 80 21
Am't collected and
pad to Feb. 1-2,
NIot.... ...... 107 ns
Brdfea.i clverta.ete 2.246 67
Am't college d and
pall to Feb. 12,
IoI............. 85 63-
Onnnty Schools..... 11. S33
including poes .... 1,302c00


Am't collected and
paid to Feb. 12.
1901 .............


Attest:
Clerk of Circuit COurt,


%,702408


2.701 18

2.161 04


wbaes, doctor Porer idWlhced
te popular will, sad feel to
obey the voice ofa while k e-
he can not retire."-Time D Union
ati. Citizen. '

Svurltallr. *
"So Mrs. Gaylord ists ,on para
tlon at last. does she WelLtoe has
neglected her shamefuly"
'-Ob. she didn't mindjtbat particular-
"What was the trouble. then'r
"Why, whenever be *as a little good
to her be was so very i rtuous about it
that she Just couldn't stad It."-Har-
per's Bazia
i : .
STATEME T.
-
adeo Unader tleta 3, Capter 411X, LTw
of lrid(l98J a-
8bmlowi the mount of taxes ebrarg to the
Tax eor of Leon ooqty. Florihd, to be
collected for the current pear 19010 and t) e
apportionment of the oiWme to the moverm
unds for whbie -ueh taxedhave beftlevite.
neludfnff noil tax with county hoor"und.
Total tax for year 1900. iudinsg
Pollt tx (1302)........ ... 92,9920(3
Am' coIlected and paid to Febru-
ary 12, 1901 ...................... 89498
024,09705
APPORTIOMMET. : -


1901.
Feb.


12,635 35


424 55- 12,210890
$2409705
CoUNCI, A. Leon Oounty, Florida.


REAL, E STAiE-
I OU BARGAINS,
TWENTY-FOUR ACRES OF LAND IN THE
I cnrpor te limits of the city. embracing build-
ing lot and truck farms all coutiguod and do-
sirable. Apply to W. W. MCGxair.
44-tf.
L-POUR HUNDRED !CHES OF FINE FARM-
7 ing land on Lake lackson, one mile of lake
shoe for pasture. Apply to
44-t W. W. WMcOrir.
DEI2KABLE ESlINENCES UN MONMuR
and McCarthy Streets Warehouse and
building lots, at and near depot. southern sub-
urbs. and Long Grove Additon. Will be sold at
a bargain. W. W. xMCGMF.
SEVERAL of the most prominent residences in
the cty--on Calhoun and (linton streets-
unsurpased for business convenience or social
surroundings, such as are n9t on the market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if youwwant
to buy. W. W. McGaiFr.
OOME CITY BUSINK S PROPEiTISI FROM
S one lot to a whole block, from $1.,000 to
$8,000, upon which are paying, ii'jtnents
now in'operation 12 per cent. net. A to W.
W. McOrif .
L-tl -,ALK CHKAP-OUtiE-EI TH IN-
1 terest in the long Grove Lots.
Sept. 14, 188. R. MSURo.
HELP WAN01t601),
ANTED-.At eoce! TrAveliug Sale-men with
or without experien e. $6;0.00 and ex-
penseq. Write at once for fu; particulars.. Peer-
lens Tobacco Works, Bedford tity, yirginia.
4'17lm
POR L ALE.
pOK SALE.-As good as new a nice four pa
senger Trap. Jxo. F. SPEARS.
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nf the swe'd '%peciol Elect'on.an4 we do ',vrth'-i
E'ertftf that.mas shown by the 'aid r- ttu-a on file
In the nfft's of the Vemenreav of Rtae. the Y-tea
ead we" an follow'. t6% wit-
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bere of thve Noticeof Revveentatl*.' wac thipe
hundred and twpntv- te., MM97) wbl'h
Pit-bell Jae 1w rr, Mved three bundred and
twenty- 1r(M-4) veteo.-
J. WV 1eWlrece'veui ne (1) voje.
J.e. ObN"" vrviees ni ne (1) wi*V.
J..7 EW. oio.,, trereived one (1) v~.fl
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Wilfliavw B Tame~r, *tto-ney t iw-I a-A
williaw TV. weynoldx.('1
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paiad %mftl "W inein to he
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Hnump oq IRepre-entatlre' from'Jaecewm ft'wutr.
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day of F!bU Ary. 77AD N LfW wo.
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