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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
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Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: February 21, 1901
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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40 mN C. TRaCE, Ptobilher and Propyletor.1 AIIAHA SR


SPARKMANSDEFENSE


Of River and Harbor Appro0-
priaticns for State of Florida

HE MAKES A GOOD SHOWING

And Scores Those Who Had Attacked
Him for Alleged Unfairness.

Representative Sparkman of this
di.4tict, defending the Harbor Ap-
pr, priation Bill as reported by the
eoniiittee, of which lie is a member,
from an attack made by several
members of Congress from interior
St Y recently said, in part:
,.A producer needs the lowest
fri -t rates possible, whether he
se s a foreign or a home market,
ar consequently interested be-
y< mea.uie in. the development of
al ev hlrbors and commerce-bear-
irn reams of the country. When,
therefore, we consider the impor-
tance of river and harbor work, the
intimate relations it bears to the
commercial and business growth of
the country, we could certainly. it
seems to me, justify a bill carrying
an amount much larger than that
appropriated by this bill; and we
may expect to see such appropria-
lions going on and increasing until
the neces:-nies of commerce are con-
pletely met. The people will de-
mand it, and we could not resist
those demands here if we would.
But, Mr. Chairman, one or two
members have criticised this bill on
account of the appropriations which
go to the States represented by
members on the committee, or per-
haps it would be more correct to say
that the conmnittee has been thus
criticised, for no one has undertaken
as iet to say that the appropriations
have been unworthily bestowed. The
cry is that the States represented on
the committee have received too
much as compared with those States
not thus represented, and that es-
pecially the districts represented by
members on theeommittee have been
unduly favored. The gentleman
m Washington [Mr. Cush.inan]
esp&eciafty severe on that line,
sand my own State came in for a
are of his invective.
Now, I :-ball not undertake to re-
ly at length to the insinuation that
1m the aggregate the slates repre-
sentvd on the committee received too
much, for that charge was shown to
be inaccurate by my colleague on the
cormni:tee, the getlemnan from New
Yoik (Mr. Alexander). It was dem-
on.strated by him that the 17 states
represented on the committee, receiv-
ing only three-fourths of the 860,-
00N appropriated and authorized,
actually have more than 0 per cent.
of all the commerce of the country,
and that.if commerce alone is to be
considered, then these 17 states are
entitled to even mote than they get
in the bill. This is the way, at least,
it presents itself when aggregates
alone are considered. The same
would no doubt be true if a like te-t
were applied to the individual States.
But, Mr. Chairman, it is with re
guard to the criticisms of myself and
of the state ahich I have the honor
in part to represent on this floor that
I intend to reply more particularly.
If the gentleman will east his eye
over the map of the State of Florida,
he will see a long peninsula extend-
ing from the lower edge of the state
of Georgia way out into the southern
seas, almost to Cuba and to the Ber.
mudas, with a coast line of more than
1,400 miles on straight lines, but it
he were to follow the saoUities a4


the shore line, he would travel ure
than 1,800 miles going from the Per-
dido river, on the west, aroad by
the Tortugas to Fernmana. d ..
On this coastlie he wo bi"d 9
deep-water harbors,ton the Atlgae
amd 6 on the Gulf of Mexioe all at
them of national imp dance, but
Are of which, naMel, Peincola,
Tampa, and Key Wet, ihav be-
classed among the 12 or 16 Nat-
ural deep-water harbor of the cOo'-
.try. Besides these there are many
riverss and smaller harbors, all in-
portanTto the commerce of the State
and incidentally to the country at
lage_ .


of portane not only to the local-.
i but to the shipping interests for
q distance up and down the
sad a fuar south as Key West
S the mouth of this' ver are
of theInest ishing sad spuo-
gounds in the GWlf
nmmee traSo is carried on
i- two industries, as well as
y thers, which the carrying ca-s
f thi stream aids very. ma-
but when the government
for the improvement of this
is etaied eut the river will
monly be more serviceable in the
Sggetd, bat will furnmish
a of ru ,taboats and other
engage d in that busies.
ben a ortis~ ierly, or south-
ly gale is blowing these ves-
are compelled to seek a safe
l and ML ement theneareeL wi


United States Supreme Court at
Washington. '
. Attorney-General Lamar has rep-
mented the State of Florids in this
suit, and-as lately made a moti6tW
in the United States Supreme Court
to advance thbeaie i the interest of
the Stte, foranearly hearing and
'deo~iioLn He leaves to-day for
Washington City to present the
motion on Monday next.


KW" Ducksd Geese.
Panaea, Fla, Feb. 19.-Mr.
Raymond Cay and wife came over
to Panea on the R. L. Hill, their
steamboat, Saturday, and stayed at
the hotel. Mr. Cay has not been in
good health, but it is hope that the
springs wifl soon put him on his
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with all thee rivers and harbor* and
all this commerce, receives too much
at the hands of the River and Har-
bor Commhittee ?
But, Mr. Chairman, that is not all..
The-income which the government
derives from F lorida entitldes her to
gpnereus treatment at the hands of
this.body. Fronm all sourced--from
the custom-houses, internal-revenue
d-partment, post offices, etc.,-for
tie year ending December 31 last,
Florida paid about '-2,000,000 into
the government till, and from nmv
own town, the city of Tampa, which
gets only $150,000 in this hill, the
government received for the' same
period the magnificent sum of'about
$1,500,000, or more than was paid
in4o "the National Treasury by the
w ole State of Washington combined'
fu the fiscal year ending June 30,-

Florida receives in this bill, in cash
ard in anthoriz-ttions, a little more
than $1,700000, or about $50,000
per annum, suppo-ing that the cash
ai d the amount authorized can all
l*b spent during the next two years;
so it will be seen that -he does not
get one-half of what she will pay
in,o the National' Treasury during
tha same period of time.
in that connection I wish to ad-
v rt to another matter to which the
g4< tleman alluded. He intimated,
oe.at least I understood him as inti-
mrting, that I had favored mty dis-
tlct at the expense of the other dis-
trict of the State of Florida. If my
friend will look at the figures, he
w 11 change his mind, for out of the
se enteen hundred and odd thousand
d< lars given to Florida $1,335,<000,
or about three-fourths, goes to the
S41 ond District, represented by my.
c,4league, not counting $2"1,000 ap-
propriated, together with the sum of
$*:5,000 given by the Fifty-fifth
Congress, for the building of a
diydge to be used throughout the
St.ite.
Thus it will be seen that I have
in't favored my distrietr, but have
given to the Second District the
lit i's share of the appropriation, and
that, too, whilst in the First District,
wlich. 1 have the honor to represent
lI'-e, there are many more projects
dlynaniigawnd which should receive
thl attention of Congress than hap-
p+i to be in the second Congres-
4inal District, so ablly represented
1, my colleague, Mr. Davi-, an.d yet
that district does not receive any
smure than its 'just. dues,, even if it
cotld l be claimed that it has received
mnre in this bill.
When, too, the gentleman stated,
as-one of the reasons for condemn-
ing the bill, or the members of the
Committee on Rivers and Harbors,
that one river, viz, the Antlote, in
in district, could not be found on
timi latest edition of Rand & Mc-
N lly's map. Well, Mr. Chairman,
Im sorry the gentlemen could not
fin this river on the map which he
ha penned to examine, but I am not
in ny way responsible for his failure
So o do. I did not make the map.
If had, I can assure him the river
w Ild not have been overlooked,
bu would have been placed on the
a ., properly marked, named, and
de signed, for, in the language of the
ge tleman, 'the river is there."
t rises, inihe lake region, on the
i er line between my own and an
ad inmg county, and flows thence
in westerly direction into the Gulf
of exion, some thirty-five or 'forty
tea north of the entrance to Tampa.
"It also a commerce-bearing stream,


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three daughs and a hearlt- broe
wife revive e deceased. To m
lthe eartfet pahie ofsthenti
community ate extended. All bI
nems houses LIoyds were eed
for two days. out of respect to the
departed* .
.Wok Ur t ke ChIdre.
The Sunday Schopls of our great
State will fd-mnch of interest and
profit at the State Sunday School
Convention to be held in Jackson-
ville, Florida, March 5-6. Five in-
ternational SaUday School specialists
will be preset, including Prof 0.
Excell, the great singer, Mr. Marion
Lawrence, International General
Secretary, Prof. fL. M. Hamill, Inter-
national Field Secretary, and his wife
who is a Primary specialist, and Rev.
B. W. SDilman. a noted Sunday


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VOL. XX. NO 52


TRUSTS OWIN AGAIN

Haye Got Administration in a
jretty Box This Time

T1I ARMY APPROPRIATIONS

Exeed those of England, Russia and
Other Countries with Big Armies.


SHORT LINE TO FLORIDBA. i
It Will Put Montgomery Ninety MVi4
Nearer Tatlahassee. -
The following interesting railrbAd
gossip is from the Mqntgomery Ad ..
vertiser. ,
The Louisville anl1 Nashville wila
build an extension of the Alabama
and Florida, the extension I41
from Geneva to Marianna, Fli
The survey has already been
and contractors are now figuriI
the ,haie that they will be abi
put their bids in. Thii has been?
known for some days, in fact, a.incee
the-bill was introduced in Co r
in Washington, some days aia.u-
thorizing a bridge to be built acrzess
the Choctawhatchie river. Tled of-
ficial announcement was not made,
however, until yesterday and thiat-i
why no mi nation has been made of-
the matter before. This means a
saving of 116 miles in the distance
from Montgomery to River Junc-
tion. From here to River June-
tion, by way of Flomaton and Pen.
sacola, the distance is 324 miles,
while from here to River Junctitn,I
by way of Andalusia and Genea
the distance is 208 miles, a saving of
116 miles. From Geneva to Mari-.
anna the distance is about 45 miled
and at Marianna a junction is mae
with the Louisville and Nashvil s
Pensacola and Atlantic line to Ri
Junction.
Speaking of the matter a promi-
nent railroad man said yesterday:
"I can make but one deduction from
it-that the Louisville and Nashville
is trying to get a shorter route to
the Land of Flowers. The claim is
made that the line by Geneva and
Marianna will be ninety. miles
shorter to Jacksonville than the
present route from Montgomery,
over the Plant System. Now, th*'
supposition is that this is being do e
by the Louisville and Nashville tU
protect themselves in the event tbhaC
anything happens to the Plant-niz
other words in the' event that the
Southern octopus gets hold of the
Plant System. At River Juctiont
the Louisville and Nashville wt!l
have to depend on the Florida
tral and Peninsulart iv-iiron'if n
Seaboard to get inio .ineksonviiie
and interior Floiida. It looks to
me as if this means a close traffic ar.
rangetnent between the Louisville
and Nashville and Seaboard, and itf
the Southern gets hold of the Plant
I think this is undoubtedly what will
happen. It would not surprise me
in the least, next winter to see the
limited trains from the West by way
of the Chicago and East Illinois go
direct to iiver Junction over the
Louisville and Nashville, and from
there to Jacksonville over the Sea-
board instead of from Montaontery
to Jacksdonille and St. Augustine
over the Plant as at present."

F. C and P. Tax Case.
The litigation pending now in the
United States Court, known as the
F. C. & P. Ra:ilroid Tax Case, in-
volves the collection of 96ti,11.69
back taxes, state and county, for
the years 1879, 1880, 1881. A levy
upon the said railroad was made in
beh ilf of the State in September, A.
D. 1892, and since that time it has
been up on appeal three times before
the Florida Supreme Court.
Each time the State won a decision
against the railroad. The last de-
cision was renolered in Jane, 1900,
and from this judgment of the State
Supreme Court the railroad company
has sued out a writ of error to the


Heince the chances for the
subsidy bill have vanished.
Appropriations for purely military
and naval objects for the next fiscal
year will aggregate approximately
1365,000,000. This is leaving 'ut
of the calculation all deficiency ap-


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Tuesday forenoon Governor Jen-
nings and staff called on lion. John
1). Long at the Navy Yard and then
visited Fort Barrancas, where a Gov-
ernor's salute was tired.
Governor Jennings held an in-
formal reception at the Escambla
I hotel during the afternoon and later
in the evening attended a reception
at the Navy Yard in honor of Secre-
tary Long and wife, Admiral Endi-
cott and wife, and General and Mrs.
llaywood.
The Mystic Parade came off at
8 o'cloci Tuesday night and was a
magniiticently brilliant affair. Gov-
ernor Jennings and staff occupied
the grand stand during the parade.
The festivities closed with a grand
coronation ball, which was attended
by all the distinguished visitors in
the city, including Governor Jen-
nings. Mrs. Jennings and the mem-
bers of the Governor's staff. ,
Governor Jennings and his party
yesterday returned from Pensacola,
greatly pleased with every feature of
their visit to the growing Gulf City
of the West.
When the east bound train reached
DeFaniak Wednesday morning the
people were out with a band to greet
Governor Jennings and to call upon
him for a speech.' He responded
and was heartily *ppltuded.
When the train arrived at Talla-
bassee, the Governor's Guards es-
eorted Govpraor Jennings and fami-
ly to the e6 Hotel where he made
theu, ne little talk which was re-
yed with cheeas.
ia the Coviet 'Camp.
Three boxes of books and papers
were packed at the residence of Mrs.
R. H. Gamble, on Clinton street, on
Wednesday, February 20th, and for-
warded to the following convict
camps, vi.: Captain C. A. Neal,
Alachua county, kla., phosphate
mines; Captain Kersey,Citrus county,
Fla., phosphate mines; Captain B. B.
King, near Cordeal, Citrus county,
Fla, phosphate mines.
Mrs. Gamble request- that the cit-
izens send her all the papers, maga-
zines and books which they can spare.


JlNbiNlOS/WO 6TAFF
7s a nd are

4-wernr W. S. Jnnihgs, Mei.
aiigmie anl lsoui, MaNtjr Bryan
Mni'gngsA l tlon the Sunday after-
noon train for Pensacola to enjoy
Ibe festivities of the earnilal.
' 'The G-vernor was aafompani.'d
.y Adjutant General P.tiakk Hous.
twn, Cod. C. P. Lovell, of; the First
Florida Regiment, and Capt. C. H.
P. Floyd,-f Apalachieola. At Pen-
VaoMola the Governor was joined by
,the following members of, his staff:
)ol. H. M. DeMontmolli', of Pa-
latks; Col. Frank Phillips, of Ma-
rimnna, and Col. T. V. Kessler, of
Pensaeols.
During their stay in Pensacola
Governor Jennings and family were
guests of Mrs. W. D. Chit.ey.
While in the Gulf City te Gover-
nor was the recipient of minsy atten-
tions and honors.
At noon on Monday King Priscus'
arrival in the city was heralded by a
salute from the United States battle.
ships iq the harbor. Th+ King f
the Carnival was esworte through
the city by a grand military parade,
composed of United States regulars,
marines from the battleship, soldiers
from Alabama aud the Flrida State
troop-, to .the number iof 2.000.
This parade was reviewed by Rear.
Admiral Farquhar and officers of
the North Atlantic Squai ron, Gov-
ernor Jennings and the members of
his staff.
X. During the afternoon Governor
pnuines and staff visited the flag-
ship Kearsage, and were shown
through this magnificent vessel, a
Governor's salute being ftred as the
party left the battleship.
Hon. John D. Long, Secretary of
-the United States Navy,. called on
-Governor Jenning during the day.
The- closing function of the
-day was a reception and ban-
%nuet at the Osceola Club, in
Honor of 'Rear-Admiral Farquhar
lad his officers, which was
attendedd by Secretary and Mrs.
.i Rear-a Admiral End:cott. and


Lian people are ordially invit tn
co-operate if these services, nd
every one is welmifne.
\ Cty E
The city election fdr Mayor a
full set of administrative officers
five Council len, took place T es-
day. There; was no opposition to
the Demnc ra ic nominees, except or
lateor. In e latter instance e
Democratic andilate IL B. r-
man, was op n sed by W.C. Hod
Esq, who is Repuhlican, butan
in this conte as an independent
The day as so quiet even ar nd
the polls t at one could hIt ly
realize that uch a contest w in
progress. A very light vote as
polled, only 172 votes being st
for Mayor t of something er
four hund registered.
The result was as follows: or
Mayor-R.. G(orman, 152; W C.
Hdges, 20. City Clerk and Tr as-
urer, A. II. illiamn, 175. Tax -
sessor, W. Chance, 175. ax
C..llec or, D. Wilson, 175. 'or
Councilmen- F. \V. Armstrong, 80;
L. C. Yaege, 180; W. F. Qu ale,
181; L. M. I ively, 176; C. W. er-
kins, 176; A C. Spiller, 175.
The Coun il met last night nd
canvassed th returns, declaring he
result as abo e.
A new o nization of the COn eil
was perfect by re electing- F. W.
Armstrong resident for the t ird
term. W. Quaile was ele ed
President pI tern.
Railroad missioners' fleetld .
The State Railroad Commissn m-
ers had u| for consideration .he
question of les to govern den ur-
rage charges on all railroads d( husiness in e State on Mond February 1 Many well kn wn
railroad office IN were present to ii-4-
cu.,s with e commissioners ahe
rates as prop sed and formulatedoby
them. Prac call y, all the morning
was spent i the discussion. The
commission heard all the oblec-
tions and sn gestions male by the
railroad met and took the matter
under further advisement and 4n-
sideration. t is understood, hbw-.
ever, tath .th subject will be ta en

early date. kmong the railroad 'of-
ficials prese(n were the foilow 'tg:.
CapbD. E. Iaxwell, genera! simer-
intendent, a I CAl. John A. lien-
derson, tgenei ; counsel of th, Nea-
board Air Li e; Capt. \V1. ). l)n-
ham, gener: superintendlent, ai:l
Mr. James entzies. general freight
arent of the Plant System; Mr. F.
C. Skipper, i neral freight agent of
the Louisvillt and Nashville laiil-
road; Mr. A.JI. Barnes, general Mip-
erintendent, .of the Atlantic, Val-
dosta- and Wi stern Railroad; Mr. J.
31. Cutler, general superintendent of
the Georgia ouitheri awl;l Florida:
Railroad, an<| J. C. ILaskell, man-
ae-r of the Southeastern Car Asso-
ciatiol.
A Prolaent nlan Dead.
Mr. Henry .J. Bond, a prominent
citizen of Loyd, Jefferson county,
died sudden Sunday afternoon of
heart failure and was brought here
Monday for urial in the city ceme
teryv.
Mr. Bond as about 60 years of
age and hIighy esteemed not onlj in,
the community where he lived, aut
throughout t us section. w
His son, 1enj. J. Bond, who
in Baltimore attending medical 1.-
lege when t fatal illness of is
father came pn, was until ree y
connected- th the drug ba M
Bow operate by Wight & Bro.
Besides th4 above, two other MS,


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Washington, Febrnary 16-The
sugar trust has scored again; its h4
previous victory having bee' when
it persuaded McKinley 'to shift on.
the Porto Rican tariff question. This
time the result will be more serious.
Under the Dingley law, when any
torrigis country grants a bounty to
sugar grown" within its borders, the
United States lays a countervailing
duty equal to the bounty ont that
sugar if imported into the Uitited
States. Such duties have been im-
posed on German, French and liol-
land sugars. Russia, which hap re-
cently begun to export sugar gave-
no bounty and has been exempted&
from such taxation, a fact that
caused much discontent in the
European countries just named. This,
however, would have been of4ittle
importance, had not the sugar jrus
also found that its interests wo 4dbe
injured if Russia were allowed'
develop her trade in that mat'rl
Some Rpssian sugar comes overlfr,
but most of it comes in such a icoo-
dition that no further refining isineo-
essary, thus entering directly into
competition with the trust. I ence
the latter set to work to devise )ome
excuse for barring it out, and with
the present subservient admitnistra-
tion to back it, easily foundione.
Russia charges an internal revenue
tax on sugar grown there anil re-
mits this when the sugar is expiorted.
The trust argued that this remis-ion
amounted to a bounty, and succeeded
in per-uading Secretary Gage to irm-
pose a tai equal to Uussiai internal
revenue levy. The Secretary evi-
dently failed to consider that, if this
,1*. awoty, the- United Si l .
pavy bounties on nearr- .every ati-
c.e taxedl by its internal revenue
laws-, a it renmits th,-,e duties when
the go d< so taxod are ex portal.
Yet the United States hIIs never
I'een accused of pa'yin;i a lo nit y o0n
whiskey making, for insti:ncei
comvinaril wa:r with iussi:a is l|kel
to follow this unjust dn-eiarcinn:itlon
The opponents of the shlip su4i.'
bill rave ample material for speecde.
to consuine all the remaining time o
this .session, if they want to d410o so,
they say they do. Senator C.ffery
will resume his speech when the bhilt
is a.ain taken up. lie is probably
tie mno.st renmarkaide man in ,he Sen-
ate for capacity to consume time in
speechmaking without departing
from the recognized character of
legitimate debate. Wh-ile Allen
holds the record for continuous talk-
ing without opportunity for rest, Caf-
fery is the wonder of the Senate fpr
smooth persistency and protracted
oratory kept up like a continued
story, cut off at the end of onejday
to be continued in the next. Wvit
abundant material always on banl
and a calm, deliberate delivery, 4
feature of whi.h is skill in ma ing
graceful pauses to permit statenaent4
to "soak in" or to look over refer.
ences, the hours slide from unde* the
session day by day while Caffery
talks. There are various opinions as
to how long he could talk on one
subject if put to the test. Someasy
he could occupy each day's seuaiou
for a week, but the meet common
-opinion is that a month would not
fatigue him f the subject were sui-
ciently broad. Even this limit may
be too contracted. The test to ita
full has never been made, and may
never be. It is aid, however, that
though there-are several gifted great-
endurance orators ready to talk on
the shipping bill, the Louisiana Seea-
tor could readily consume the
remaining days of the season
himself if there were need for it.


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vwar; Rumia ale
4 o 00,00u a year. i
F A sWfnty would e
. to-be in order.
Ita Wt predicted some
thi Correspondence th
publ-i an -or a portion of t
would :be likely soon to
to reduce the tariff on
-ehedules in the Dinglef bi
been driven to admit that t
present availability -wa
the manufacturer to c
tiouate prices at home, while I
his surldus abroad at only
profit. It was not hoped
ge proportion of that part
come over to the Demoorc
tion that the tariff ought to
ished on articles made b
ThiL, however, has now been
to by Representative Ba
Winooni.n, Chairnian of the
lican Congressional Commi
the last campaign, who has p
a bill .to repeal the duties
and iron goods, with the
object of striking a blow at
trusting that line. Of coou
Mr. Blabcock knows, and ev
else knows that there is no
that Congress will take any
on the tariff at this session
little that it will'interfere
long as the Republicans ren
power, this merely" serves to
that he stands shoulder to si
with the Democrats in their
to adopt this, the only a!
method of fighting the tru
though he insists that he i
convert to Democratic docte
the subject.


A Bird's Eye View of the
People.


Dus an
cplana-
rtainly

me aro
he Rie-
hem-
e mtepo
of the
having
ir only
enable
extor-
he sold
L small
aany
would
posi-
abol
trusts.,
ceded
pek, of
l pub-
in
duced
steel
lared
e new
since
bodyy
hance
action
nd but
all as
n in
show
boulder
desire
parent
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The farmers are seen alone
roadside preparing the coil fo,
er crop. The farmers 'f Leon
are some of the-most prog
Vlorida,
Madam's Maggie W. Proc
C. L. Matthews were seen th
day-making pleasant calls.
The public schools which
ing taught by Mrs. H. .
and Misa Charlotte Cobb wil
next week. Mrs. Victoria
JMatthews of N.. Y. is
.the State' Normal Industr
.Agricultural College, and will
to the ladies of Tallahassee,
thel A. M. E. Church W en
20,-3:3u P. M. The State B
Education has sent P,'of. L. 1D.
land, instructor of the Industu.
Mechanical Depaitment, as a


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' sp disease as old as antiquity,
-young as the newest born infant
It has infe.st.d the blood of hu
from ancient times down to their
4dt minute. .
It is hereditary or may be acqi
It appears in swollen glands,
alous sores, hip disease, boils, pic
eruptions, and, as believed by
authorities, even in the forms oft a
and rheumatism.


It can be cured by taking
Sarsaparilla faithfully and persists
We know this, because Hi
Sarsaparilla has done it.
It will cure you if you give it
You should begin to take it t
Hip Disease-"I suffered
daease; had 5 running sores: used
nad each winter I was confined to I
'.r weeks at a time. Hood's
is accomplibed a perfect care- a
tie. -*I have a good appetite and feol
and well." Anirjm BRom 4 Four
Pa River, Mass.
In Her Eyes-"Myllttilegirihsbe
ila and sores appeared in her eyes. .
titl of Hood's Sarsaparilla es
,ema her and she has never had so
toIne." Mas. How&Av PoPz, Alpha, O
N.IL. I yo decide to take Hood's
lara do not be idaoed to. buy any


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SECZEMA, ITJlINlNtI tlUO4.1o, Job. taim e .mathal.
PItPLES CUREDIBY B. B. B. A very dramatic conversation. print.
D- ed in the London Outlook. has the don-
Bottle Free to Sufferers. ble purpose of satirizing both the Eng-
Does your Skin Itch and Bunr? Dis lish and American bent of mind and
re*isang Erupti -ns o<, the Skinso yo., manners. The "smart Yankee" is rep-
feel ashaieNql ito be -en n .in coipansi? resented as coming hometo his admir-
D0. sucabs andI bcl-a forn ,o sthe skli,. ing town nnd telling in somewhat exag-
Elair or Scalp? Hlave y- u E zer*ns? gerated dialect what he thinks of iis
Skin Sore and Cracked? Rash lorm o. cousin over the water.
Ise ke.? Prpickheig Pain in? Sthe .k? "Say. tell us." aid a friend. "air the
Joint P F .llin Hair? All Run D I.w, English so terrible slow and dull. after
skin Pal.-? Od Sres? Eating 8,rea': ial?"
Ulcer.? All the-e are symptoms of "Waal," replied the traveler. "I reck-
Eczela and Impurities and Poiuna. smi on so. I sat down one night in the par-
ihe Blod. lo cure take B. B. H. lor of a little village pub. Yes: it's a
(Botanic Blo4 Balmu) which makes the public house, but they cail at pub In
Islood pure an ,rich. B. B. B will eau-e England.
the bores to heal, itching tf *eczen to, "There wuss the boss of the pub. the
-sop forever, the skin to) becoansie clearly
and the breath sweet. B. B. B. is j.i- local butcher, the local evurythlng.
the remedy you havelswen looking for. and there wuss myself. I just listened.
rhorioughly tented for 30 years. Give it though I can't say there wuss much to
A trial. For sale by druggi-t4 at $1 per listen to. The talk ran like this:
large nottle; six lIrge bottles (toll treaLt "'I 'ear as Ted Robinsen got the sack
ment) $5. Complete direction is with last week.' remarked a villager.
each xbttle. So suffererst n4y t st it, a "'Ted Robinson?' eald th- ether vtl-
vrial bottle Kiven away. Write for it lager. deliberate- y puffng smo-e.
.ildreem Blood Balm o., 524 M.itchell ge el ieratey pufng smote.
-t., A lant, a(h. Describe. ymor tirou*i- 'Yuss: I 'ear EO. Ted o0):aaon get
-nd Fr. e -..r.u-nI ,,,...i --' -' .- the sack las' week.'


ter, for he is alw4-) aIauLuL, U;rco,'.-
McPherson for head waiter, fut he
sn ever at his .post; Cal. Session as
head cook, for he is always accept-
able as such, never letting the food
burn, W. P. Smith as second, be-
cause he can be depended upon, ansi
Stewart, who always answers when
he i, called. I
Messrs John and R. L. lriggs,
lkobert Grant, Charlie Edwards, C.
A. Jones, Flipper,- Potidamer and
Jessie Edwards, of the El Provedo
and the Garden (ity Band, are gen-
demen of a noble type.- Tallahassee
should congratulate herself upon
having these young men as her citi-
zens. They will yet make them-
selves felt for good in other ways
besides the blowing of horns and .the
beating of drums. Mr. Flipper is
the brother of --- Flipper the
United States agent and recorder of
land grants in! New Mexico. You
say you want a literary club in the
city named in honor of the late
Prof. T. V. Gi~lbs, of the State Nor-
mal, Industralmad Agricultural Col.
lege. All 0. K. this is in keeping
with the spirit of the age. -
A man was seen going down the
street a short, while ago with his
wagon tongue broken, and his wheel
badly dished. 'Some one .said, you
need a new wagon. I am on my
way to Tony Williams' shop for he
cm make an .old wagon look new.
So can J. L. Johnson.
Don't fail to 'come to the opera
house on Wednesday evening, 27th
inst, and enjoy the fun. Suitable
refreshment- .ill be found in the
annex under the management of the
ladies of St. Mary's Primitive Bap-
tist church and the ladies of Bethel
A. M, E. church.
S"Mr. Hunter,.of Apalachicola, who
-was here wivl her two-children
under, the treatment .of Dr. Gunn,
returned home greatly improved in
health. Her ty in the city was
pleasantly spent with Mrs. Hollie

Mrs. Susie Cain, the fashionable
dressmaker, spent the .day.with her
mother-in-law the country.
Mr. Ryan, who recently passed
into a new and, most pieassat rela-
,tion in life, taking with him Mrs.
s companion, has retWrned
"-former position as ohi o! ook

^*Qo-e.' *!


"A pause. More smoke.
"'Got the sack, ebh
"'Yuss; I 'ear as 'ow'e did.'
"A longer pause.
"'Las' week. was It. 'e got the seck?
'*I 'ear as 'ow It was las' week.'
"A long, long pause.
"'Ah! I leadd that a Friday.'
"And." continued the Yankee. "not ia
soul among 'em smiled. It was their
regular mental diet Oh. yes, smart
men the English are and no mistake."
Clsenme CrItielm of 0 or Alphabet.
The high class Chinaman, speaking
through his Interpreter, was giving the
eminent American visitor his Impres-
sions of the English language.
"I cannot understand." bhe said. "how
anybody ever finds time to learn it.
Take that singularly formed letter in
your alphabet, for instance, the letter
'g.' What an awkward and 1ll shaped
character it Is! What is the signifl-
cance of that little curling projection
at the upper end of it? I have never
seen anybody who could tell me. Then,
again, when the learner has familiar-
Ized himself with that letter and can
recognize it at sight he learns that It ie
only a part of a word and that It enters
into the composition of thousands of
words. It has different pronunf-.atlons
and sometimes ls'not pronounced .t al!.
being entirely silent. Now.- when you'
see one of our Chinese characters you
know at once what it is. It is a won-
der to me that your people do not dis-
card the cumbersome forms of 'your
written language and learn our simpler
and more easily understood system."
The eminent American could only
bow his bead in humiliation and prom-
Ise to bring the matter before the edu-
cational authorities of his native land.
-Chicago Tribune.
Too Nueb or tke Cab.
One of the wealthiest wine mer-
chants in Paris and also one of Its
stoutest citizens was the hero of an epi-
sode which caused, much laughter fa
the Rue Princess.
U. L.. the corpulent man. balled a
cab. which came alongside the curt.;
He opened the door and. getting a pur-


ge (., C..st.
-Hlb iIlnd i.- expee i.M i to
vaiit himelt _ot the i4 vanatgi% tht

a Conference like that afford'.
that ie might be the better prepared
tI pnih forward thel Industrial f.-a
turem of his department. The Bar,. l .l. I .Is.
Iha an eve,**sPle to the hligh.lt 'I.- -l ,
velopme-lt; of this instit uti-,n. .I *, udy A -@k1.' 1 *s '
Press. 1o&ker T. 'asihi#.gton, of j yrdM** a
Tuskegee, gent out invitaIioS t h **III -1 '-i-
various Governors of the SoIsh I t tio o Ts -I. aWIi't. y ,
*-rn States who' are M deeildy Mw LIZl IMU.RApl .
in uiVJpathly with his plans ain*ul ai m a.
to ele-vaie the c'l,.lt-d people otr th,.
entre Southland. e
It farnurrsr i,,titulte ate organ- -:W-' ="
ized in varies part. of tis .;taw* SM a
they would prove to be great hellpe smIIhl
t th.* agricultur l cla.-,es. Prof. .1
W. Hoffman has had cons.eiderahle
experience ion.g this line is th, A cordial wel.-ome is alwav-" ex-
Sta of ... and Soh ,ed to tihe lrufessors and in.
States of A~Isani t and So1 hare-
lina, and wili donubless he willing t P. nter and
render any aid in this direction. pes hr.A t.P. lluntera nd
Mr. Ed. Rberts i6 one of' the car r-tephen. have recently returned
Mro]. the 3rh.orrmyofhd eral lollvat
penters of/the city who is ready tu t hi. One 6f tho
o ract for building hu a fence t hvdlle. Tnn. One 6f the
seitract for building h,,use fence"' ,o:,, mn is trvin to catch the
ete,, at reasonable rates..
Mrs. Adam Pope's health i.. irI of he hot-hearted I)r. Gui .
greatly improved. Her friends are md the other the spirit of the dI
delighted to see her out at church. a. Jerry. Go it bo;
he Leon Hotel has uadei i.i- each of these have made their mark
The Leon Hotel has mnade no ins- lif Ti d b.
take in the employment of such ge,,- In li,. That's on must do, bu
tlemen as W M. Robins,,n for ,r- don't make it in the sand.


Free to Speak r:. TIlda.
Old Dr. X. never enjoyed the reputa-.
tIon of being a religious mtan. In fact.
his belief in; the sincerity of things
spiritual, as expressed by the world at
large, was usually summed up by th;e
words poppycock, folderol and the
like. uttered In a contemptuous snort.
Meeting one (lay a minister of the vi-
cinity in which he lived, he was re-
minded of the fact that the minister
had but lately Inherited, through the
death of a relative, a considerable sum
of money.
"Mr. D.," be said. addressing the
gentleman in question, "I understand
that you have acquired quite a consid-
erable fortune from the dear departed,
your uncle."
"From-my cousin. Dr. X.," corrected
Mr. D., a trifle disconcerted.
"Then I am to understand that you.
are no longer dependent upon the char-
Ity of your congregation for support?"
continued the doctor.
Mr. D. bowed stiffly in acknowledg-
ment. '
"Then. Mr. D.." whispered the orld
man eagerly. "give 'em hades!"-New:
York Mail and Express.


The squealknls Sho* e ere.
,"Squeaking shoes," said a dealer.
"are no more. though of course you
haven't noticed it. Stop a minute.
though, and think. Isn't it true that
for years you haven't come across a
squeaking shoe? The thing that caused
the trouble was a loose piece of leather *
In the sole. This, as you walked, work-
ed somewhat like a bellows or an ac-
cordion, and great was the sound there-
of. All shoes are now sewed-many
of them used to be pegged-and sewing
does away with any loose pieces of
leather in the sole and. therefore, with
the squeak as well. I don't believe
that if you searched a week you would
be able to find a squeaking shoe in
Philadelphia."-Philadelp hia Pras.
No\Venture Abaut It.
"Is this your first venture in matri-
mony?" the preacher asked while the
bridegroom was out in the vestibule
giAng certain Instructions to the best
man, who was also his head clerk.
"My dear Mr. Goodlelgh," she re-
plied, almost blushing. "this isn't a
venture at all. He has given me deeds
to more than $00,000 worth oft property
already."-Chicago Times-Herald.
u Iherlted.
"Pa," sad little Willie. looking up
from his arithmetic, "what Is a linear
foot?'
"Why-er-a linear foot." replied pa.
temporizing. "*hy, it's one that's he-
reditary. DIdn't you never hear tell of
a linear descencant"'-Catholic Stand-
0-


Rock-aBye
These are sweek Vord, but
pain and suffering they used to
4ifterent now. Since Mother'
become known expectant m
been spared much of the angu
birth. Mother's Friesd is a bi
applied externally. It. is rubbe
into the muscles of the abdomen
elasticity and strength, and wh
great strain comes they respond
easily without pa:n. Mother
never taken in:teria;1. Inter
at this time do mo ha.-n t ha


"After all". sM sted the _eeerful
one. "t may be a bleMstg In disguise."
"If so." returned the disgruntled one.
-I lmay say that I never saw a more
perfect disgui e."-Washlnton Post.
A mlllonairp merchant says. "My
succms is probably due to the fact that,
at night I store my mind and during
the daj 1 mnd my store."-Chlcago
News.
^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^


- is we--t-ewa toe Much for the
4emiee.e whI carwemd over and, as
.thewslralk is very narrow. Crashed.
et". awtndow of a printing office. .
iLa,4-I meanwhile collapsedd on -e
pomnd. and "cabby" by a miracle
CunX to his uncertain perch.
-'heni followed a stormy period. The
prnI:e amfe out and wanted to have
the prif. of his broken window, the fat
mnan trtIr to get the cabby to drive him
away. and cabby refused to ta.e-Iany
iseb load on board.
Fiailly all parties adjourned to the
police station, where the difficulty was
straightrned out. and 31. R. set to work
looking for another cab.-Parls Temps.

Once upon a time there was a Bath
Ifg unit which was much reprehended
In that It was not modet.
There was Iikewi.e at this same time
also a Violet whose modesty was .
matter of universal comment.
"What is your system." asked t'
Bathing Suit. accosting the Violet. "f
I would fain be thought modest t oo'"
"Why. I shrink." quoth the V '
meaning no harm.
But when the Bathing Suit shr' -':
puripance of this hint it was < :-
rebended the more and was : <.,
away as belng quite impose i' -'
tro, tJournaL,


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seryigMeI NeaSew'aset A.M An A .t ogy*a Tr4t16-
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AU P4. When the t'adst crowd was at its
ou week da ,iat"4& .M. thickest on 'Broadway on Saturday
D To. ibl* it sot a' eight. a welD set up man of medium
t 0 .at T. TAuAA size wearing a glossy silk bat, hurried
M. Ch *-k i cMhoe c at9-.tWaa.., along. In dodging through the throng
torJU iySuperloteodit. Prebthe handle of the cane he carried
y u Tuesdaynglt. ChmMee. etanght the arm of one of two burly
i Wuredy .. F. ,mast... persons who were going in tle same
DnUWM tet F he Board of Di. -direction. He half turned as I to apol-
S of the A OyScation hold tthet og ie, but before he could do so one
etnon third Frdayeveang of eta of the pair smashed his silk hat with a
oatatt, aU.a t the ibrar .. heavy stick.
Thue who re interested In Chrmmu a ,
ncewill ie lcontl-d t the residencrof I "I beg your pardon, sir." said the
C.LewiL h utre- the -ervk" will be man,.blandly "taking q.f his battered
l O. OF "" le. My rudeness was unlntentic-I
megulal metUUgs of LaoG Jc oas No .
Shield ee)ry Tuesday Bvtain. at their Putting back the damaged hat on biq
0 1oo14 at oat cna. l head. he dropped his cane and said.
l.edAn"n'" w. IL wiLtuh, N. u "Now I propose to settle with you for
I. L. COLIS8, i. S. a blackguard."
3E AFu j o.-elar Iee ot A Those on the spot saw a flash of
hE C' "M T No .& arebheld tt"_.trs.
i third ThI ay Bvenln0 ot 'me month. Aists. The big man went flat on his'
dthe0r L ,t.lock. A ~d back from a clean sahash on the jaw.
inbs w M MNTOSH. S8..C.P. "It you want any more. I am ready
W. a. Ca4czv. Scribe. to oblige you," said the other.
1T8 OF HONOR. The other apparently didn't. The
uisaaieTLdge No. a.s. .c4e-eon. smaller man picked up his stick, took
S -fourth uda evenltsmoof eaeh montJ off his damaged silk hat. brushed It
KM on B. IHILBRICK, Dictator. and continued on his way down Broad-
-W. H.CA Y. Rcv.Keporter. way. And the crowd of spectators.
I ORHTS OF PTTRIAS. who had gathered as if by magic, broke
Cicero t N In c.tle Hals Vet up with the feeling that they had seen
hs a re dlly invited to attend. as neat a bit of work as It would ever
JULiUb ALL. C. C be their good fortune to eucounuter.-
j. F. H K. of L. New York Sun.
PAUL LODGE NO. 15Sun.
L ~t 'tg every Wednerday even- Mueh of Little.
ii etg o'clhCk, at it Lnetige room up, The stranger in any city halt a bun-
One m r of tuen Ordfer ein g dred years old If he knew nothing of
1-a- ourialyinvitedtosttend. the city's history, would learn from
A. STAFF-o, W. C. J. many of the signs that the second and
|MASONIC. third generations had succeeded to the
[l- convoontof of_ Florida I. A business of father and grandfather. It
i'war ri- o will be held on the Second ant..
j ys of each month at 8 o'clock is especially true of New York. The
L New York Tribune mentions some per
Mr moltis 8aCSeetary. culiar signs and relates the following:
on the first and third Mcnda A Londoner who had strolled about
am-o at8 o'.elock.. 'taP.r.. the streets of the city with a New
.. V.McI H... Secret Yorker who called his attention .to

ofessinal a0rds. A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in wviclh you cann.
.1:E. I. I|lt.tVAltu -(ne is a sure thing. Itliousne"s. sick
P .. ---- -o.TR* N~t headache, furred tongue, fever, pil,
P1 ICIAN AND SUURGEON, md a thousand other iils are caused b
L EE, FLORIDA. monstpiption and sluggish liver. ('ase,
rets Candy Cathartic. the wonderful
Iiew liver stimulant and intestinal toni,'
WAIKKRI "re by all drugosts guaranteed to cur,
",r money refunded. C. C. C. are a s-ir.
['TTORNEY-AT-!,AW. .hing. Try a box to-day; 10e.,25c.,50o,-
0 .over capital City Bank, inple and booklet free. See our bi;
EB, ,.- ,OBl. .DA.
m .some of the signs or sons agreed that
T YB8. in this respect New York was very like
r -- London. but in neither city was there
SA'l 1'ORNEY' AT LAW, any such sign as he saw in one of the'
I .rIA. old English towns a few hours' run
ALL A E LODA. from the world's metropolis. The sign
reads. "John Littlejohn's Sons & .Little
S(Little Littlejohn. Doolittle Littlejohn
T. L.WI, .U.J... & John Little).
ITALATAASSm1., FLORIDA. According to the Londoner the first
S_. Littlejohri and Little were partners.
atd 1894, U1versity MarylIl The former gave his first son his part-
Blti ore; Post Graduate 1893 ner's family name. and I.ittle gave his
a|skll School Chicag O.: boy his partner's.'hristian nsn.e L.t
1 ...... o at ral h tiejohn's second son 6ais nam ed for his
S e wns, Bridge wor ral Tet other's family. Doolittle. The three
[ eid. -isa a--iwr t ered. sons succeeded to their fathers' busi
at ecialty. Gas mm ie ne.ss: bence the sign is entirely correct.
and the Londoner was right In saying
that the successors bad no Intention of
J. H. W TTTTA MS, being "funny" when they had their
N AND LOCK8MITH, sign written as It appears.
AmLE 1 -. LM A. A man, who gets into the habit of
Sepal al kiads of Housmehldarticles o never making mistakes Is altogether I
da e. Arks i aS too near perfection for this world.-
a. as RicIStaad SewiaW Ma Chicago News.
,pon Jefaoim Street, ewar Ne
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Always Willinz to Oblile.
It was a Texas town, and a lorg
limbed Texan was making across the
public square toward the courthouse
with a revolver in his hand when he
was stopped by a man who asked:
"Are you on your way to the court-
house?"
"Yes. sir: I am." was the reply.
"Goin? toG'hoor anybody?"
"Ye.. sir: Lawyer Johnson. If It
hadn't been for hin:. I shouldn't have
lost my vcase yv.sterday. Yes, sir: goiii:
to till lhi:) fl. uf Iead."
"Are you in any great hurry about
it.,"
"No special hurry. but when I hnve-
sho"ti!'g on Land I like to get it off my
mind as soon as possible."
"Of course: but. you see. Lawyer
Johnson is n:ow arguing a case for ine'
and won't be throu.;h for 40 minutes.
He's going to win it for sure if not in-
terru.pt-d. and if you will only hold on
for awhile you will do me a great fa-
vor."
"Why. certainly: glad you mentioned
it; no hurry, about the shooting so as it
comes off today, and you can count on
me. Have a drink with you? With
the greatest of pleasure, and if John-
son is a particular friend of yours I'll
shoot him as softly as I can and give
him every show to die like a geutle-


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A *Vale r z.
There. we ofcS a W.r2.'J *e 1*$
that bers Hu'-aad i.t4 Ovuti w 0 Tr
X Nihftt She th-.u.eT Lv^le rd

.was to. Ble Early In e1-der to'l ns,.
SBethriag farly. ,
Only a to this Way wl be be able
te et k-Reagh Sleep." she said.
-Her Husband. who usually 3ndeaT.
mred to Pleae her. rons Withtot
plaint at 8:x O'e, !clj but 'Cont=lnUeG
to stay Out Late. Peroelvtag that her
Purpose was not AccompLshed, the
Woman changed the Hour to lve
O'clock.
"The Morning Hours are the Best for
Work." she said. "and I understand
that the Morning Air possesses Great
Virtues."
Her Husbahd Objected. but Rose at
Five. as she Wished. .
Still be e6ntinued to Come In Lat&.
Then the Woman ':xed the Hour at
Your-thirty.
"I have always enjoyed Seeing the
Bun, Rise." she said.
'il -that Cse." said bar BHushand

For Over fifty learns.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha-
%een used lor over fifty year by. mi
tuna of mothers for their children while
eething, with perfect success. It oodti
.he child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and iw the l t
remedy for diarrhea. It will relie"
-he powr little sufferer immediately.
old by druggists in every panr of th'
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. B
4mre and ask for "Mrs. Winslow't Sooth-
ag Syrup," and take no other kind.

decidedly. "I Shall Not go to bed A',
All. since it would Not be Worth m.:
While. I will Stay up All Night anc
take my Sleep at My Otffie in the
Afternoon. So -We will have Break.
fast at Three O'clock if you like."
This teaches vs that the Early Worm
will Turn.--'Century.


ru:'.n uof ti!t sleep.:ug ta.1,'-r t fiv, wi-.
wi:; a start and ran to the t.heephonue
"Hi.!o. what Is the nrtter?"'
"Is that you. So-al -so?"
"Yes: what Is wanted.?"
"Your trying to get in Open the door. Got'
night."-Baltimore Sun.

A Sergeant'*s urprise.
"When Iu.iiian:s were being recruitedo
for the regular army. said a western
representative. "it was the custom ti'
givi-. theLu civilized un :w"w. i'\'n :i;
'Fort Apach(, army officers were re-
cruiting, Y:uIa-: and Ap:ach's. A re
crulliting sel:al.nt -was n!:iiinig thenip
Finally a company had been fortned
a;m(. the tirs: s-,- :;'t. wlii ,. ;; a
Anmerican. went out to the front ,"
center to report his company to tint
co.utinItlingu officer.
""Compauy I). sir. four privates atb
sent.'
"'Who are they?' asked the comn
manding officer.
"'Jay Gould. C(ornelius Vanderbilt
Joe .Jeierson t|id 'ussell S;ze. sr
hbouted the sergeant."-New Yori;
World.
FPashlon*' demands.
The con.1s-ciI tiui young man of
fashion now brusles his ihir difl.r
ently when wearing a lint. '.*----:..~'o


man."-Boston Globe. The grea ast e'a'toer from colds anti
la ripqwe is their ewsultinit in pin.u-
The Useful Telephone. monia. Ifreas'nah care 1 uled, how-
Two young ladies on St. Paul street ever, and Chamber-ain'. Cough Rem-
went to the theater the other evening. d v taken all danger will t e
and their father, thinking they had :I avoided. It w iW cure a cold '
latchkey. went to bed at his usual u. an attack of la ir.e in les ti metha!
and the servants all left. VWh the la yothertre th is pipasBt & Rl-
dies returned. they rang the bell re and all medicine .leeOrs. h
pentedly and beat on the door. but g:d
no answer. Finally they began to di I the s nor edged Be Brum
aPIakr. when a inI-'ir who had hw- mel of Dublin in s youth. had lines
awakened by the din appeared in wi pessibles various cut for walking
at h's window o,.usite and asked wh and for sittinan one sat do wn in
was the matter. former with disastrous reu ts
"We are locked out and cannot Not long ago a milner advertised with
awake papa." came the reply In duet. a newly invented at that It "newessi
"Walt a minute," said the quick wit- tatew the mouth or slightly open."
ted man on the other side of the street hat the we co h e to nextl-Vay ty
"Your father has a telephone In hi What sha we co to net nit
room. and I will call him upn.b So the
central was called. Too UMe caub Lfre.
"Give me number -- said the It would be h to tell which to
,eighbor. worse, a dun or crying baby. One
SAaS--sa as- the bel bounded in the of the latter on crowded street car
raised sheoL A r, dispirited, sad
faced man held with Its red face
wabbling over his er and Its feet
ecmaslonally bea the air as It re-
Mewed its path screams. The wo-
sMen glared at "No wonder it
ere.," said sne. how that IdtM
is holding iL." eld married man
.. lNed to give a word or two
S tae bayt harryiag a ea the pubic
G er. The baee r swore under his
breath ad said about -mi.
aanacee- street n and forelg pepow
ple to qumtlof payin their ealus
--' :- Meanwhile the se"reamed loader
tan a" ad poor father was
s. d6 w"d. He saw to looks oth n facm
around htim. He knew exactly what
i those folat wer hinklar Finally he
said, with a treune In his voiee. La-v
dies and 'entle~nf, you must excuse
'this bab but ^s mother"- Team
toi is bar face. "Oh. the
MWpr Uttle thIAt Interrupted the old

hold the little an -Lt
The old bachel turned hastily aside
and wiped a t which had given his
eye a surprise ad the married
human cqghed a felt a strange lump
I n his throat. "Is mother." continued
Sthe baby bolde. "Is attending the
-* business meetinpi of 16 of her clubs
*^*' u s e I tolday *-_Tn-il{u FPimea


I1or Nare alisgd f)ra sLaflar
vrles for the people f the Padlae
io:e-. And by this e.ae-dok at the us-
ilosali capital e e with Its dEp!l.
at OlB the Parlie. Is set nearly every
-imeplee la the United States and Cu-
.ia. most of those In Mexico and many.
m the-border if Caadda.
"A number of eleeks-from 8 to 3.000
-to nearly every city and large town
ie wired together Into a local family
iani by means of a switch key at the
telegraph oMic are put Into direct con-
-tact with the parent clock at the na-
"lonal capitaL So that thA Instant the
electric touch is gives from Wasblagto'
every clock la the circuit whether It be
at Boston. Minneapolis or New Or-
leans. begins a -new day In perfect ae-
cord with Its mechanical deity."

Dry < G**OO C*op..
"Tbl Is a strasge place for a cooper
shop." said a stranger In New York.
pointing to a msign ver a basement in
the wholesale dry goods district.
"Yes; it would be a queer place." was
the answer. "If the product was like
that of nearly aU cooper shops. But
there was-never a barrel made in the
place, and probably not one of the 15
men who work there could head a bar-
rel, to say nothing of making one. This
cooperage does business only with big
wholesale houses."
Tneretare several similar shops In the
diszrlet. They make a business of
strapping cases of merchandise after
they have been packed. The large
concerns have the cases put In the
street after they have beeh packed, and
th ,n the cooper is sent for to nail the
w pen straps around them. He re-
eI-es about 25 cents an hour for his
la ~r and from 15 to 25 cents a pair
foi the straps. The shops are the
stigrehouses for the hoop poles, and
there the men split and shave the hick-
ory saplings which finally become the
cae straps. There are some houses in
thr district where the porter does this
w rk. but the large concerns turn it
owr to the coopers who never make a
bTrel.-New York Tribune.

Botels and Trained NM es.
Trained nurses are not welcome
gntsts In New York hotels, and in fact
In many they are expressly forbidden
to appear In the dining rooms in their
uniforms. The hotel keepers object to
their presence in their working dresses
because any Indication of the existence
of disease in a hotel is disadvanta-
geous. Under these circumstances they
are compelled to go through as much
preliminary labor before they go to,
meals as if they had been Invited under
.ui. I. ;i llifes. liq.wnivn, G0 ., writes: I
tieoi int, (clildreni w;.s very delicate
nrid w- dese,; ir. d of raising it. Fo:
at:nrlhs iny v% le and I could hardly get
. nigia's r.'t 1* LII.we Iwgan th.l use of
1 it's Carminian;iv.e. We fotindl great re.-
w'i fit' i tte Fr,: ,Itt le." Pits' ('arni-
:iti \e a'A is on, piiy and ruies1 ernia- ,
-*iel. Ir is ]p)A;t. tuiit to the t.te, aid
hihilr.-I t.ke i, without coax.ng It s is
ree from inju iou-< drugs and vl emica s. I


formal circunlnstances. Yet tlhe wisdom
of the rule on the part of the hotel ;po-
prietors Is admitted. as in some or tih
large hotels up town occupied ehhi'vy
by families there are freq ueitly 10 or
12 trained nurses employed.- The sight
of so many would not be reassuring to
guests.-New York Sun.

Do Not Drink While F'atin=.
Liquids at meals if taken too often or
too carelessly are liable to dilute the
gastric ui(ces. Take no liquid of any
kind when food is in the mouth. Take
as little as possible till the close of thle
meal The digestive agents themselves
teing fluids. it Is reasonable to suppose
tlht xn .xree.s of H,;li(ds taken with
thie food will have a tendency to dilute
and thereby weaken the digestive
luices.-Ladies' Home JournaL

Regular Course.
"What course will you take?" Inquir-
ed the senior. -
The new freshman from Boston
spoke timidly. "I'll take bean soup.|
sir." be said. Imagining for the mo-.
ment that be was at the dinner table.--
Philadelphia Record.
Poverty's Pesalty.
"Poverty's no crime," said the Job's
comforter.
"Maybe not." replied the poor man.
"but It seems to be punIshable by hard
aIbor for IUte."-Phlladelphla Record.
commletis Or-ler.
"The average photographer." said
Henpeek musingly, "is an unreasona-
ble creature."
"What's the matter now?" asked his
frend.
"Oh. while my wife was sitting for
bher picture today the fool photographer
jsang eat: 'Look pleasant, please. Be
juaturalr "-Philadelphia Press.
Sateck Teeth.
The custom of women In Japan at
!marriage giving their teeth an ever-
lasting coating of blacking Is practiced
now by only a small percentage. but
there are still seen In the cities hun.
dreds of women hideous with black '
Ivory, and dentists' shdweases contain
sets of black teeth.

To Rest n ter Miad.
"Your little birdie has been very.
very ill." she wrote to the young maq.
"It was some sort of nervous tr-mubli.
and the doctors said I. must have pep.
fact rest and quiet and that I r2ust -
I*thlnl f nnthlnm' And nil the timr.


oldgad-S MI
tui 41hi eniv. andse
hisre them in de
hewtiac be, d3spep.;a."Nmjes. f.
ness,,woras and ynear e
nmenf are, minedby tu.nie ftoriuof
iltij)3!iODandl in fliaL ~tl.bair br You ig
it l*I!rf -m enwdly adu a3,s Piii kraTd.v
yo w dtc.r bilhk and p~eveLt se l-
nei'a by the *useof the a'w.*t. daimnty
P, o cadyif at wat"i tt wel and
kYntuweIll.We ric.Onmrit-ia4
r al ur rpaderi4.~

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S-- tones up the whole system and
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The boari-ty of e6mmon laborers
or farm and other *ork i felt and
-ommented on in many other sec-
tions than Mad Ue llorids, it seems.
The present situation- with respect
.to this class of workmen at GCoium-
bas, causes the Savannah Morning
News to make the following edito-
ial remarks in a recent issue:
- "For some. time there has been a
V arcity of labor fort the farms, the
4, Steamboats and the mills, neverthe-
less, the streets are filled with able-
bodied colored loaers, who should
be at work, but who prefer to have
.their meals handed rout of back doors
of white men's houses by the colored
cooks, or gain a livelihood by pilfer-
ing and committing petty crimes.
Columbus, by the way, is not the
only municipality thus afflicted.
There is probably not 'a community
in the South that has not its element
of colored loafers and "Pports," who
make nine-tenths #f the business for
the police and theicourts.
lIn connection iLth this vagrancy
question, Justice Lore, of Delaware,
is a strong advocate of the whipping
post for that offere,. as well as for
wife-beating an# several petty
Crimes. Justice Lore says the whip-
ping post is a most effective instru-
ment for ridding a' community of
,undesirable population. In forty
years of his experience, he says, one-
third of the criminals of Delaware
have been non-resident. When-
ever these have :been sentenced to
a be whipped, he has not heard of a
single instance .f one returning to
Delaware."
Columbus, we are further in-
formed by the News, is to have a
of course, to get relief by that
action. It is doubtful, however,
if it will succeed. That class
of colored people who make night
hideous with their brawls and sere-
'ades, and live on "hand outs" from
the white man'sback door, have be-
come so hardened, from a moral
standpoint, that the light sentences
of confinement for vagrancy have no
terrors for them. It means simply a
few days rest, well fed, and with
better sleeping quarters than they
are accustomed to-furnished with-
out price. Then, at the expiration
of the term, they go back to their:
Sold haunts something of heroes, re-'
ceived with open arms and more
lfirmly entrenched behind their breast-i
work of vagrancy than ever.
Judge Lore's theory, however,
presents a remedy that, in the opin-
ion of the TaLLAnassman, would be
far more effective. Of course there
are those in every community-among
all classes, conditions and races-


who will throw up their hands in
holy horror at the bare suggestion
of the whipping post, even as a pun-
ishment for vagrancy avd wife beat-
ing. They will exclaim, "barbarian-
ism" with all the vehemence and
agonized despair, of one possessed
of an evil apparition but what matters
that? ELcept the brutal flog-
ging of the "better half," which
the Judge would have punished
in the same way, nothing a-
vors more of barbarianism than
the deliberate execution -of- a de-
termination to live by the sweat of
another's face, by filching the sub-
stance of a hard day's. work via the
back door, through' the connivance
and assistance of an unworthy, but
trusted servant.
"The hair of the dog" is aaMto
be "good for the bite." We there-
fore commed to our coming Legis-
lature this ope ot iwli
by whate#.r an P*i p
throp t to fal jt


their life. Eahl could pourt-forth an
unending torrent of troubles into
never eating sympathetic ears.
What a solace that would be only
those can imagine who have had a
grief that no one seemed interested
in hearing recounted. .
PROP. WHITEMAN DEAD.'
Nothing that has happened for a
long time has stirred the hearts of
Tailahabeeans more than the sad
intelligence of the death of Prof.
William S. Whiteman, of East Nash-
ville, Tenn. lie was not, at the
time of his death, one of us, but he
had so recently departed for his
childhood's home, full of life, full of
the!future that seemed to stretch
out over long years before him, that
the tragic news came like a thunder
clap from a clear sky, and scores of
hearts, among all classes, conditions
and stages of life, feel a heaviness
that is inexplicable.
Hle came among us only a few
years ago a stranger, having been
elected to a professorship 'in West
Flprida Seminary upon recom.
mendations. Quiet io a marked de-
gree, but painstaking, hardworking
aiid enthusiastic, be soon won the
friendship and admiration alike of
faculty and students at the Semi-
nary. This accomplished, his work
was of course easy; and likewise
the conquest of friendship through-
out the city.
While enthusiastically a teacher,
and one of ability, too, he recogniz-d
the deplorable fact that the require-
ments of the profession were so dis-
proportionately greater than the
salaries paid, that it was an uninvit-
ing field for one inspired with am-
bitions to rise in the world, and
prepared himself for the legal pro-
fession-without, however, neglect-
ing any duties at the Seminary. He
passed a highly creditable examina-
tion, was admitted to practice in the
courts' of this State, declined an-
other year at the Seminary and re-
Rurned to his native city to practice.
SOccasional letters to friends here
kept them informed of his gratify-
ing success; then, all at once they
ceased coming forever, and a few.
*days later, sudden as the message
that called him into eternity, came
the news of his death, which oc-
.curred Wednesday night last.
Found dead in his bed, the message
read, from appoplexy. Even tie
end was quiet--so much so that no
one knew, until'his aged father went
to investigate his long absence from
breakfast, and found him cold in
death, having passed away many
hours before.
Prof. Whiteman was only about
twenty-seven years of age, and
seemed to have a bright future and
a long life of perfect health before
him. Its sudden termination is in-
deed sad. "Overwork, I believe
was the cause". suggested a friend


yesterday, while discussing the mel-
ancholy event.
GOOD USE OF WEALTH.
When the inspired writer de-
clared in Holy Writ that it ib just as
"impossible for a rich man to enter
the Kingdom of Heaven" as it is for
"a camel to go through the eye of a
needle," he certainly must have had
in view the transition from mortal-
ity to immortality, through which
no worldly possessions can be car-
ried, or else he had overlooked the
possibilities of the future. These
conclusions are reached after reading
an account of a recent occurrence in
the city of New York.
Pastor Keller, of a modest New
Jersey charge was recently accused
of a vile assault upon a lady parish-
ioner and the latter's hngband shot
and dangerously wounded the pastor
about the face, destroying one eye,
seriously endangering the sight of
the, other, and almost succeeded in
taking his life. Subsequent events
disclosed the 4act that the husband


the degradatioRn of i noe the les for all .thit. To 4ps or to poe as the heroine
blinded by the woUi4-. IMMrA. vClautter, the aoim.pld- Pen. m eA .
ballet and racked with. pain, the ool visit who f..urnished M. n died at h home
bullet1[ at Craw ii ,,leIn d eb 15, after
angel of de.th would doubtless have they feellnndlre p(4 i obligation. an illne of several weeks. The
been a welcome visitor at the Keller .Elitr I. Iilson is here and allowings a short sketch of his
house. wl ei th e s 4in of a life.
hoise. "I- ieMr..Th mp'on aq born in Fair.
But in the darkest hour a deliv- wil s, n I" the .p atin r. Thimpon horn in Fair.
t in the ddaily papr. It will be an afternoon figld lnl4 September 9, 1814, but
erer came i the person of Dean pli,ai.,,In,an,, Editor IHilson prom-! pent hissearly life in the Georgia
H..ffman, of the General Tneog- ~hdrt it will be up-to-lI iu. The mountainn, half-way between Chat-
ical Seminary of New York Citv, TALI.AnassKcAn wi hes him aban- tan'og:'iad Atlanta, where hihf their
where Keller graduatled. Now, the dat s, es was an rtensive planter. Hfi en-
Dean is rated variously, in the fi. -t -s I terd the 3onfelerte army in 186 2,


nancial world, from $1 ,000,000 to
$20,000,000, and while others passed
resolutions of symp-thy, d cla;rel
their faith in their co-worker
(Keller), and called meeting to
shout forth eulogistic praises of the
dying man, ths sympathetic and
practical man of great wealth issued
orders to the stricken pas-
tor's companions and friends
to employ the most skilled
occulists and physicians to restore
the sight aid save the life and then
secure the most learned limbs of the
law to restore the good name of the
poor man.
To defray expenses they were au-
thorized to draw against his immense
fortune-to any extent that was
deemed necessary.
No doubt there are those who, be-
cause the alleged offense was against
a woman, will denounce the action of
the dean. It is a strong card for
those who Oesire to play to the gal-
leries. But all through the interview
the great philanthropist gave out
about the case a few days ago, he
handles the woman's name with all
the tenderness that characterizes the
speech of a man who entertains great
respect for the sex. She is historical,
he says in effect, with periodical ab-
berrations of the mind, but I believe
honest. The husband, he continued,
took advantage of this misfortune to
satisfy a grudge. To save the de.
fenseless man in this case is a Chris-
tian act worthy a great man.
A report has been circulated from
Tampa to the effect that Governor
Jennings had leased the State con-
victs for a sum considerably less
than.had been offered by a Tampa
firm. This is an error. There ha,
been some sort of a pow-wow abo it
the convicts, full details of which we
have been unable to learn, but 'rLO
lease has been consummated, and
from what we can learn none will 6e
,made uptil the Legislature acts upon
the report provided for by the last
session of that body and under which
a, commission composed of Hons. E.
S. Crill, of Palatka, J. W.Watson, of
Kissimmee, and J. T. Bernard, of this
city, was appointed. The above
named gentlemen are all here today,
but will file no report until the Leg:
islature meets. They are delegated
with authority to -make full investi-
gation and report the "most humane,
practicable and profitable" methbd
of disposing of the convicts, and
being men of ability, conservatism
and wide'influence throughout the,
State, it is fair to assume that their
utterances will have great weight in
the disposition of the convicts. The
present lease runs, however, until
December 81st of this year.

Mrs. Carrie Nation, not satisfied
with operating in a small State like
Kansas, started out with the avowed
intention of closing every saloon in
the world, if it took a lifetime to


complete the job. She struck Mayor
Carter Harrison's towp, Chicago,
gave him a piece of her mind for
criticising her saloon-smashing esca-
pades, and promised. to returaat
an early date to attend to the saloon
keepers in the Windy City. She
then went back to stand trial in
Kansas for depredations upon saloon
property, and is now being held in
confinement because the court
thinks she j cra y. She may not
be crasy but it is perhaps just as
?well to odI her until a little of that
nes oozes out. Thea,


Brave Man Fall
*Vatinmq to st..,at,-h. liver and kIdprv
iroi.ll.i a4 well a-& w.mitn a, sid all ,Iel
illhe ertult-.ln hlps of apt'tisi .4.oi. ,il.s in
tie hl-iol. Iaekaeho nervoon -riew. h-;a&I-
Hwsl nd tirod. iimtleM. run-down f-.l-.
"',n Bast tlere'*s no aie-d tV feefIo llk
tha. litLiten t J. W. (G-:rdrie. lIavimle.
Imli He .-ay-:. "El-c, ric Ii't**-rs ar
jIt(. the thitag fr x mian whwn he itall
run down. an1 dol 't care wh-tl IIPe
liveswor lis. It did mnore to gave mpn
new strength and good a,.eiite than
anything I cou'd take. I fen nw eoat
aniythinz ad Ihave a new lea.* on iftr."
On j"50 -enis. at any drug store. Every
botle guaranteed.
A A a1 Death.
On Saturday, the 9th instant, the
an ,el voices front heaven were heard,
an I Jlittle Kathleen Carpenter, the
br ght little five-vear-old child of
M-. and Mrs. R. B. Carpenter, an-
siered the summon, which called
hl(r to the -home beyond," and now
h'r dear little voice, so sweet to
memory, is forever stilled, but we
know it has joined the angel voices
i the better world, singing praises
u to Him who said, ".Suffer little
el ildren to come--unto me, and for-
bi them not."
Little Kathleen was a sweet,
b-ight chdil. Although one of
tender years, she t.-k Aquite an in-
twrest ini her Sunday school, -and
wats a most regular attendant. Al-
ways cheerful, bright and happy,
s inbeams went wherever she was.
and she made many frienwis, not
alone among those of her own age,
but among older persons. She was
an exceedingly sweet and bright
little child,l and that htir dear little
fe should be taken, when there are
others that seem to us couli- be
more easily spared, is but another
evidence of the mysterious work of
gn omnipotent hand. At the time
of her death her mother, too, was
very ill, and up to this writing she
hag not sufficiently recovered to
warrant An advice of her little girl's
death. It is very, very sad, indeed,
and the sympathy of an appreciative
community goes out to the family in
this their sad hur of bereavement.
Words are inadequate to tell in a
measurable sense, the force with
which this affliction goes to the hearts
of all who' knew this dear little
child. And to have been at her
little bedside and heard her call for
her older sister, that she may re-
peat her prayer, "Now I lay me
down to sleep," to her for the last
time, was a scene imbued with a
pathos that will linger in the heart,
and perhaps recall a tear away in
the distant future, when this little
spirit shall have long since been at
home with Jesus.
Oia WHo LOVED lHER.
To Beautify Soldiers' Graves.
The Annie Jackson Chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con.
federacy gave a lunch and supper in
the vacant store north of Schraler
& Balkeom's on the 14th inst., with
gratifying success. The net receipts
amounted to *4b.90..!
SMuch of the success is attributed
to the popularity of [the cause, viz:
the marking and beautifying of the
graves of Confederae Soldiers laid
te rest in our city ce netery.
This work will p obably be com-
menced at once, wi I the hope of
completing it in th near future, as
the Chapter 'has en promised a
lecture during the approaching ses-
sion of the Legislal are, by the hero
of the "Natural Bri e" battle, Gen-
eral Miller.
Should the same interest be mani-


feasted in the lecture that was sub-
stantially expressed In the lunch and
supper, the Daughters can hope for
an early fulfillment 'of their wishes
in regard to the graves of our dead
soldiers.
The TALLAHASSEaAN shares with
their friends throughout this section
the hope that thesp noble women
will not be disappointed in their ex-
pectations. It is worthy caune;
worthy of united support.
MaIce Thmpson Dead.
The news of the death of Maurice
Thompson, the novelist called forth
many expfewsions of regret from the
citizens- of -T-Jlehisee this week.
Mr. ThAminwi n- fni maer vears hadi


an'l did hard seout duty. After the
war he hoctmne chief engineer of the
L V(. &'S. W. Railroad. He mar-
ried Alice Lee, of Crawfordsville. In
1 67 he explored Lake Okeechohee,
Fla, list ng its birI.s, animals and
plants. From his Crawfordsville
h me, .11 Thomson sent forth the
literary ork which w %s to win him
distinetin first a book of poems,
Hoosier tosaies; then Sylvan Secrets,
followed by Bird Notes and The
Tallah e Girl. From this home
came T Witchery of Aachery,
which used a revival of this fine
old sp, i,.
Mr. "lompson began writing for
pnhliat n firAt in 1873. The funeral.
will ho id .Monday afternoon. Pre-ai-
(lent K:ie, of Wabash College, will
officiates Interment will he in OAtk
lill Ceoietary, Crawfordsville.

Civil Appointment
Governor Jennings has made the
following civil appointments:
J. fI. .Jones, of O-landfl, to be
notary public for the State at large.
J. F. Jones, of Sumterville, to be
notary bublic for the State at large.
Frank .1. Jackson, of Tampa, to be
notary: public for the State at large.
William A. Roberts, of Fort Myers,
to be st~rveyor for Lee C unty.
J. A. Tucker, of Rochelle, to be
notary public for the Stite at large.
P. "M. Macarthy, of Milton, to be
notary public f,,r the State at large.
G. FI. Symmes, of Tampa, to be
notary public for the State at large.
D. S. Danniely, of Wakulla, to be
constable for District No. 1, Wakulla
County.
Roman Sears, of Mayo, to be notary
public for the State at large.
R. A. Altman, of Jasper, to be
notary public for the State at large.
J. D. Ferguson, of Blit.chton, to be
notary public for the State at large.
James N. Milton, of Oluitee, to be
Justice of the Peace for District No.
2, Biker County.
Lubele Farnsworth, of Blooming-


Fi


ill and ixa


Miss AdelaulGIral
n'mw open a ;-Ick~~ s'ta
Mailiziery and F'snc-y 4ioUl


Inft


mt Caps in variety.


handkerchiefs, CGirett, Hosiery.kt
Wools. Linen-. antl other materi-bl
Fancy Work.

S Kid Gloves a Specialty
i
Oriler. by miil pr),nntly and audu
filled.

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


PAIN-.ICUT


A WONDERFUL

Household Medice
Cares-Neuralgic, Rheumatic, Nervous or Spasmodic Pains *
Toothache, Heaiache, Backwche, Sprains, Bruises, Lva n.
ness, Cramp Colic. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Stingsi of InectsA
Swelling of all Kinds, Stiff Neck, Soreness, Sore Throat,
Sick Stomach or Sea Sickness. In cases of Bad Conuga,
Colds or Pnuemonia, it affords

QUICK RELIEF.


ITo Ou-'ae, NTo Pao


SWEET HERB


LIVER REGULATE


-FO----
Billiousness, Constipation, Ieartburn, Indiigetion, I[eidache, a d
Ailments resulting from a Disordered Liver, such as Lo1S '
Appetite, Despondency, Blues, Weakness, Tired Feeling
and Inactivity of the Mind.

It stimulates and purifies the BlOOd


Japanese Eye Water
Cures Sore or Inflamed Eyes, Granulated Eye Lil-s and is 80otwi
strengthening to Weak Eyes.

Sold on a Guarartee---1o Cure, $
Never pains the eye to use it, but is guaranteed to cure
sore eyes quicker than any other remedy ever used.

IMPORTANT
To Horse Owners and Stock Dealer

If you own mules or horses, you should by all means keep
command

Walker's Dead Shot Colic C
FOR MULES AND HORSES.
Tt is,, marntmAj tn t.rliAvA anv caAe of colic in mules or


own==


dale, th be notary paR
State ; large.
R. Pennewecker, of
to be 4tary public for th.
large. l
Joh M. Gornto, of Mim
notary public for the State
Rob rtMcNamnee,of T[
notary public for the Stat.
H lAer G. Younr, of Ll
notary p'hlic for the State
J '." C (hr in, of V k dll
nota& public for the State
W. H.. Jewrtll, ,of O l0-1
not:arv patllii for the StteH
W. It. filler, of Invernue,
notary public for the State
Stephen A. Wilvhn.,f B
to be notary public for the -
large.!
I -------. .
Millions Grives Away.
It is e nI-rcni ly g^.m'e i, ey, -; I
to know of ono c',c rn jq thj l1l
are not afr.i1 to vb irni b,
neilv a'is 'iff'rin, TrinproP11"-
Dr. King'sNew D'covry fitrC
tiovl. On41-')1 as l I ,l h1ive_
away over ten '*nili )i tried bltia
hih siett tn-dicin.; ;m I hivne tbt.
factioa of kn',wii it t t&-
curl I thoil-:tn I of h '"elaeh 4 el
k4thihW. Rronviaitii. 1i ie,"4"
disease. of th0-4 rr tt. Ctt-qM
are sai-ely ciurt.i I)- it. all Ol
drimnkt, awl glet a, frej tar bi
R-liiui r ,tiz- ) -u i I 1. 5 !.y
guaranteed. or p)icre rt- irlu9rL
1Uhrioa isBaiorsel by ;x bts PIky
Ii auraqte3 I t ) ,cure Cililk, PeM--
'.. A.MI trtit-I i fri-a if
Vei rr o.. St. LWiiq.
MILLINERY

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No other
no other
making d<
foods, has


'D-rA r
iBasef cfrwd few si .
Mr. F. ktise of North Daketabis
4 recent tourir arrival.
Mrs. C. C Wo.tuAiff of New York ar-
rived during the past week.
Mri. William Picoe of New York i vis-
iting his dauger, lirs. Max Flataer.
Mr. John AndIr eon of Long Island in
spending *me tune horam.
Pile of People .
testify to tle merit of Banner Salve in
,eunng pile. It i guaranteed. Wight
& Bro.
Dr. F. A. Dolitnihan of Cincinnati,
the Qaaker doctor, is a reco nm arrival.
Dr James E Baker and wife, of Penn-
sylvania, are recent tourist .arrivals.
Ger. W. R. Marata and wife of New-
port. came from acknonville a few days
ago.
When pain or inriation exists on any
part of the body thl. application of Bal-
iard's Snow Lintiment will give pr, mpt
rel.ef. Price, 25 and 50 cent. Wight
& Bro.


id so great to the housewife,
gent so useful d certain in
vicious, pure ant. wholesome
Ker been devised.


*ue are hnimitation baking powders, sold cheap, by
apany grocers. They are made from alum, a poison*
drug, which renders the food injurious to health.


ROYAL BAKINGO R CO., 100 WILLIAM T., NEW YORK.


!r- 4i
Mr. W. D. Blicl.Ioy. of lIabhao',is a
efit atliV;41 at ti(-ti'(jiltiil.
rlimeDti Iit-,.#I'. h. A. IXh ~e.
NY. W. Ib. Uiuua IIIw)triazw0, is itheh

Mr. oni hNl'.Is. 1.K % i ilium, of U'ali-
Iai~ o Tailshnehwwww.e I wt-ek.
Hi Urna1als Rasi' 4o y tond 71a er Lamar
bw. si* qv- rrawaon Atlanta.

"Tpethrj~ ed a tea-Iir'g i-1 Al thy. Dr.
1. A. b'in n ii to Liv#-r Meic i c* taroutit h
the Lher, *- nd cheerful enet succeedto

ULliguiuI'itJ. 1'lirkui, of )adrOn-
in Imfiee tt during t wet~k
NIS-3ts T. N if rnim IIh gone to
i aEii-Mk* a for a visit of atfe- da) a.


of keple are I am
itth: Early Ri, re
Ihem tid thev to
vr pills. Never grile.

Wasx F.btue r. accom
.r. William Price, on
pYork Monday.
.k W. B. Claokm-n, of .Is
a on or g the % ei ding gum,
kaud Mis. Myers last Week
WVliht & Bro., the druggist
id) Id fthe usi)Ug Cihanherlain
l Livr 'lablets. Iley c-ui
ltIh(snmuch, luillo-nert, c
ikaldache. Price, 25 ce

B. B. McCaa. of Ja
meal to be a guest at ilt
bes wedding last week.


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It will
&I not
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e erk


Dnor Jenniors and fami
1to Ptnmacola Tuesday to
iGras cel bration.
Gi>ge Lewis an M
liarR left Mandiy toenjov a
e tIre St. Marks river.
'ii Y(,u want a physic tmIs
Ienftl. t-eR-v to tke arid p1 I
uWe Chamlurlain's Stom
14? Tabl# ts. Price, 25 cent I
- fne. Ev ry Ilox guMane.
Sby Wight& Bro.
Mr.J. M. ( utler. gouneralfreig a
theG. 8, & F. R. RIL., wasI n t
Oj on the .Railroad lAmissi

*. Josel,h A Duncan return
wisl(on.S.C..on Saturday
Attended the National Conve
SWoodmen of the World.
? D. E. Maxwell, superin
Seioat*rd Air LIne railway
Siha Jacksonville Monday
his rrwd's interests before

E is proliabLy no disemEor
( thl human wyatm tmthat
tffering and distiel
Bu-koee Pile Ointment
quickly without pain or de
ale .. Price. 50centsint
75cents. Wight & Bro.j
w, Friday, week
Friday" for the birds all
for the hunting eaon wl
the day before, and they
their home building and
without, the fear of the

show a greatly increased
throat and lung trouble
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Mrs. Glover A. Ball left last week to
visit Pensuwailan frenls.
Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentiat. Phone No.
8P. "48-10t
Miss KaeK ioer is the guett of Mrs.
Rush. at Apilachic"la.
Among rotest arrivals aore Mr. and
Mes. Geo. S4rk. of New York.
Mims Beulah -ture-s,.,af Sanford, is a
guest of her anni..Mrs. W. R. Taylor.
To pweetoej th.e Hreaih. Brighten the
Eve. Clear sihe Complexion and Inaure
the natural l E l omn of Health, use Dr. M.
A. Sinamaonst'Liver Medicine.
Mr. H. V. *I. Sc-hrader pst week vis
ifed Thomasvifle, Ga., returning home
Friday.
Dr. NI L. qardoi-r eLid wife have re-
turnied front t pleatai t trip to Panacea
piinigs. --- .-'-
A two or shaee weeks' conure of Dr.
It. A;.. mont Liver Medicine will so,
Regulate the Excretory Functi ns that
She-y will operate without any aid what..
ever.
A number of Tallahameeana took in
the Mardi Gras festivities at Pensacola
this we ek.
The Goverieot'a Guards, numbering
about foray, were at Pensacola thi6
week.
Dr. M. A. .insmo's Liver Medicine by
xlwllitg frrm the hotly tle excess o'
Bile and Acida.l Improves the Aswimila-
,sve Processe,. Pumifies the Blood, Tones
up and St rengi hens.
Maj. A. 0. MacD,-nell of J eksonville,
Mssit;tnt general passengerr agent of the
Seahoa d Air Line, made a business tri p
to Tallahassee lduri,,. the past week.
The officers iand matinnagprs of the South
Georgin Railroad were here in a private
car itt week. They were taken to Pan-
aces Sirings on the Carrabelle, Talla-
haFsee and Georgia Railroad.
Like had dollars, all counterfeits. of
DeWit's Witclh Hazel Salve are worth-
lest. Tie original quickly cures piles,
pores and all skin diseases. All dealers.
Prof. A. A. Murpiree,. president of the
State. Sesniary, was called to Alab-naa
last week wher4 his sister iscritica'ly ilL
Col. John E. Donalson, of Bainhridgae.
counsel for the Georgia Pine Railroad,
was here (in Satuiday, arranging mat-
ters lor his courpany.


You can help anyone who you find
,ufferng from i i flamed throat, laryn-
geal trouble, bronchitis, coughs, colds.
et.., by advising the use of Ballard's
Horehound Syrip; the great remedy for
coughs and colds. Pri e, 25 and 50
cents. Wight & Bro.
Childs & McGpugh, formerly of Mon-
roe county, Ga.. have established a new
mwmil) on the Tlilahagee South .astm-r
Railroad, near Thomas City, where they
will commence sawing lumber the com-
mg week.
Persons who cannot take ordinary
ills find it a pleasure to take DeWitts
!itt.e Early ,isers. They are the best
little liver.pills ever made. All dealers.

Dr. Shelby's

o UbCH RE M DY
'1', ram edy should bee in
S saves buying rem.-
&.1- ftrnAv f#.i.the luah


Maj J. A. E tmow. Jr.. of St. A-gus-
tine is hen,_ en r,,ute to New Oriemm for
the M rdi Gras festivities.
F. M. Stearns of B, Mto and L. Mark-
aren of Liverpool. England, w;reL rere
Friday, en iocute t9 ApOelachiclk.
A. H. Ginmburirof Apalachicolaig"here
preparing to opon a larre t-ock of goods
in the Ames hluilling. on Marcii 1.
For the weakness and prostration fol-
lowing grippe there is nothing wo prompt
and effective as One Minute Cough Cure.
This preparation is highly endorsed as
an unfailing remedy for all throat anti
lung tio:ibles and its early use prevents
consumption. It was made to cute
quickly. All dealers.
Hon. J. T. Willis of biaike was at th,
capital on Saturday, attending to legal
business.
Gorton's Minstre-Is gave a delightful
serenade on the streets Tuesday after-
noon.
Dr. J. L. Horsey of Fernandima, aasist-
ant State Health Officer. came to Talla-
hauseee last week
There is always danger in using coun-
terfeits of De o itt's % itch Hazel Salve.
rhe original is a safe and cer ain cure
for pill~'. It is a soothing hnd healing
-alve for. sores and all akin diseases. All
dealers.
A defect ive kitchen fltie caused a slight
fire Sundsy at the residence of Mr. John
Day Piki:ms, which was soon extin-
guished with but srnsl damage.
Mr. Wm. C. Lewis and wife, returned
home last Saturday from an extended
trip-during which they -it.ited Wash-
intgion D. C.. aid other Northern points.
The city election passed off very
quietly Tuesday. The ti k-t as nomi-
nated by the city Democratic primary
receiving practically no opposition.
Frost Bites and Chilblains
quickly ctued by Banner Salve, the.
ieist healing remedy in the world.
Wight & Bro. t
Sheriff Pearce on Saturday captured
Mann Jackson in Gais-in county. '- He
is wanted at Tifton. Ga.. where he, it is,
said, made a murderous amault on a po-'
liceman last May. Mr. Pearce left Mon-
day to deliver Jackion at Tifton.
I have always uaed Foley's Hooeand
Tar cough medicine, and I think it the
best in the world," says Charle Bender.,
a newadealer of Erie. Pa. Nothing else
as good. Wight & Bro.
Miss Bessie Gibbs was selected as
sponsor for the Guards. with Miss Nellie
Costa and Mi- Bewse Walker of Graw-
forlville. as maids of honor, and Master
Raney Philbrick as mascot, and all left
on the train with the company Sunday
on their trip to Pensacola.
To Stop a Cold.
After exposuieor when you feel a col4
coming on. take a doseof Foley's Honey
and Tar. It never fails to stop a cold, if
taken in time. Wight & Bro.
Prof. W. 8. Whiteman, for four years
an instructor in the State Seminary
here, was found dead near Nashville,'
Tenn., last Wednesday. It was thbo ght
that death was caused by apoplexy.. He
had given up teaching, and was practic-
ing law in Nashville.
Mr. L. M. Nicholson of Quincy, is in
the city this week looking up bands to
work on the tobacco syndicate farm in
Gadsden. He finds them very hard to
het.
Fatal delays are caused by experi-
menting wits cough and cold cures.
Foley's Honey and Tar will prevent a
cold from resulting in pneumonia.
Wight & Bro.


The United Daughters of the Confed-
eracy gave a supper and bazar Thursday
right that was very liberally patronized.
The object of this supper was to raise
funds tor the purpose of putting head-
stones on the graves of the Confederate'
dead in the city cemetery. About forty
dollars were realized.
SRecents experiments show that all
classes of foods may be completely di-
gested by a p eparation called Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. which a lutely digests
what you eat. As it as the only combi-
nation of all the natural digestants ever
devi ed the demand for it haq become
enormous. It has never failed to cure
the very worst cases of indigestion and
it always gives instant relief. All deal-
v a. I


Cards .re out announcing the ap-
proachifg nuptuals of Mr. James C.
leon ad MiKssSadie Louise Snipes.
The happy event will take place Thurs-
day evening Februarmy 28th, at the
ethodi Chrch Chaires, this county.
Both the young people have a large cir.


AYflRUNY 21. 1901


I- ~


S ee .- .al p

Deparitet


Of Schrader's Drug Store grew to
such proportions that the new fi m
will devote a large part of their ti le
and space to its attention. Tifey
guarantee their seeds to germinate
and be true to name. Their ex-
perience and facilities enable thqm
to serve you promptly and w4ll.
Any rare seed not in stock will be
quickly prdcured.
SCHRADElt & BALKCOM
Mr. Kruse arrived in the city from
Calfornia Tuesday afternoon.. Mr.
Knru-e an old rejidcnt of this county
a, d expects to make Florida his hole
again.


W. L. Y anev, Padunmh. Ky., writes:
'1 hadi a aev r- ca-e of kidviev diseap
and three it he h.at physiciansi in
Sou' hrn Kentucky treated me without
-necen. I was induced to try Fohlev'a
Kidney Pure. The first bottle gave inm-
mediate r lief and three bottles curd
nie permanently. I gladly jecommepd
this wonderful renwdy." Wight & Bro.
Dr. George W. Bettoa, of Lloyds, was
in the city Monday.
Mr. Thomas H. Hall. proprietor. and
F. W. Duval, 'landlord at Panacea
Springs, were in the city early in the
week.
Col. Frank E Saxon, of Brooksville,
Circuit Clerk for Heinando county, has
heen at tbe Capital on business this
week.
Sheriff Pearce has captured J,'h-
Fleming, a neuro wanted in Miller
county, Ga., for a crime committed
there. Seitriff Wilkins is daily ex-
pected here to carry Fleming back to
Gtorgia.
For Sale.
Lands in Jackson, Leon and Taylor
emunties. Maj. Robert Gamble, agent,
Tallahassee. Fla. 43-tf.
N'unnally's Candies received by
express at Wight & Bro's.
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
Cake Ornaments of most beautiful de-
signs at P. B. Byrd's.
High grade chewing and smoking to-
bacco at the Tallahassee Drug Co.
; Gibson's Fruit Tablets and Lowney's
Candy at The Tallahassee Drug Co.
For Sale.
Two goodxl horses at Kemper's stables.
Apply to R. J. BANxri xaN.


Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets
Candy Cathartic, care constipatior
forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. fail,
druggists refund money.
Seed Oats at Yaeger's
Cheap for cash at T. J. Roberta', on
Adams street, corn,* oats, hay, bran,
",ooked cow feed. flour in barrel and half
barrels. Besides this you will always
find a choice line of groceries, cheap.
41-tf
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
Fresh sto4k best grade Garden
Seed, at WMght d Bro's.
All kinds Agricultural Implements at
Yaemer's.
The Talnahaussee Tailoring Co.
Will make suits to order from twelve
($12) dollars and upward. Pants at
$3.75 and upward, according to the cost
of material. Cleaning and repairing at
reasonable prices. A anit club will 'le
organized for the benefit of those who
wish to join Shop at St. James Hotel.
8.1m J. MiLLR, General Manager.

Let your expectations,be ever so
iMg/, theyoill be more than realized
at the store of Wight & Bro.
Real- Estate.
' Desirable City and Suburban Property
for sale. Apply to F U. Gilmore, at
Gdmore & Davis Co.'s Store. P0O-tt
To Tur DsaF.-A rich lady, cured of
her Deafness and Noises in the Head by
Dr. Nizholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $1.,000 to his Inbtitute, so that deaf
people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 1174,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York
Finest Cigars in Tallahaiaee, at T. B.
Byrd's, try them.
&eed corn and seeds of all kinds at
Wight & Bro's.


To Cre CoStipatlo Forever.
Take Casecarets Candy Cathartic. lOc
or 25c. If C. C. C.fal to cure, drug-
gists refund 100oney.

We Found it
for Cleaning Brass or Nickle. at
48-tf GILuORi & DAVIS Co.
Garden Seed-crop of 1900, at The Tal-
lahassee Drug Co.
To the Deaf.
A rich lady. cured of her deafness and
noises in the head by Dr. Nichoeon's
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10.000 to his
Institute, so that deaf people unable to
procure the Par Drums mas have them
free. Address No. 1P96 The Nicholson
Institute, .780 Eighth Avenue; New
York. 14-ly
Up-to-date stationery at Wight &
Bro:.s.


Cnning 4W the 2st, and 27dh of Feh-
rnary. Wy axtnt nr takffgr'-pringjiMud
-ummner ronles- for Cw' hin will ht- hI$-n-
nn the' 2 th and 27th so ..etii t mn
Pleae all in and see my .dis4pliy af
piece g*oulA.


D. R MFLroiNics. Ja.
Can IrPt vol no anytlhinr in #1* (lake
line on ,hlort nmui,-,e, .* TR T R r.i".
Nutritious ay.
Call "24t -l# Tail'ullMp "pa. ffije. ie
samunle anid hyI in T .n laxo. or ms re.
If
It. T. .JIIe,'r It-Ha.IqIlert*rs for Sin
jlrr Rewiune M*'lhisin- lpplipt) hs I,.. ,,
moved to Mt'am (<.rard's store Cltl or
iend there f'r whalaI V1m watii. 3l-tf

Cotton Seed Meal
$1 00 Ier ia<-k st LPVr Bnri.
BOARD.-Fir-sf el:ea Ih urtI can he oh-
tain!ed "reamonahly" at Mrs. Gree-,hol's,
mn Caliohn n str*r. 47-4 i

Li ico'1 CoigqA & 'imp cures
CoukIis COlds, etc. Guaranteed by
Wigh/t & Bro.

Miss Blake's Sanitarium.
ITxt door north of Loon Hotel. open all
the year. (In}reate tirates. For uar-
ticularm nppiv t i
ML.f8 SA.LKI E. BTIKA, Prop'r.
31-6m Tallahassee, Fla.

Wood !
For s-le by Gilmore & Davis Co.
FULL CORD
Guaranteed and delivered in city at 2.5'50
p1n cord. Sohl in 8 feo4 lengths.onylv
No deliveries made unlei y>trl iis acce.t
sihtl, to wavnn. Terrpi cash, or due on
presentation ,f account. 39
Seed Oats.
Rust Pri.f. May Seed Oats, for sale
by L U. Yaeger.

Stocks, Cotton, Wheat.
Anybody desiring to invest or speunlte ca
get our Guide to Inive.tors and Sieculators"
a& well as our Pallh Market Letter free of
charge upon application to
Greorge Skaller '& Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Members of New York Ccns. %tock Exchange.
No. 70 Wall Street, New York.
Wood! Wood!! Wood!ll
Sold Iy G. H. Avwritt, the y-ar round.
All kinds of wood, cut or spli delivered
Iy tlhe load or cord in any yard Sa'isfac-
torially, at a reasonable price. Orders
received on Phone 87. Terms easy.
41-tf.


KEMP


The under igne
Stables, solicits the
generally.


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Will be our claim upon the public for patronage. '
Careful attention given to winter visitors atd hunt.
ing parties.

R. J BANNERMAN,


Real Estate Agency,
TALTLAfrASSEE, FLORIDA.
200,000 acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wea
Florida, in tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand aore%
at reasonable prices; rated according to timber, location, etc.
Also desirable city and suburban .Residences and Building Lots in and
around Tallahassee, the most picturesque and attractively located city in the
State, with bright prospects of improved business conditions.
Also improved Farms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for oul
tivation, Stock Raising and Dairying.
One of the most desirable of this class is a tract of 800 acres of the
finest Farming Land in Leon County, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section in
the South. Especial attention is called to this tract which will be sold at
very reasonable figures.
For further particulars call on or address with stamp the undersigned,
W. W. McGRIFF,
Tallahasseean Office,
Tallahaseae, Fi


S. P. ROZEAR,

Undertake: & Fmuneal Dixeoto
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and pri
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CHAPTER XVIL
NOW WE LEFT LONDONW.
ft the restaurant, and. having
else to do. like so many more
mate fellows about town, we
our way eastward to Leices*
tre and entered the gaudy tem-
)leasure where I had first met
antworth. Here. shortly after
val we encountered a rather
Placed oicelaL the same gentile,
b whom my uncle had former.
the probabilities of a ces.-
trical venture. That the loci-
d not been forgotten I very
learned, for the individual in
at once Invited us to his pri-
*tum. mentioning by the way
affaIr bad taken sundry new
Utz,
t conversation and those devel-
I bare nothing to say. as they
cern us. but that chance meet-
the manager and our Intro-
to his sanctum gave us the
for which we' had so racked

ble facing us lay several prop-
the shape of wigs for men aud
ad 'sundry other accessories
age. The manager, whose
y was never in doubt, after
Ing a brisk conversation with
for some five minutes or so,
denly called fway. and Jim
re left with nothing more to
inspect the .portraits of the
omen which were scattered so
I about the room. I frankly
t I found- the gallery of ce-
l mewhat Ihteresting, but not
Sle. He had gone over to the
better to inspect the wigs,
tly an ejaculation of his
I e round.
standing, looking my'way, a
le playing about his mouth
gtening his eyes. In his handle
d t4at whi.-h I at first took
'ig, but whcica upon a closer
y proved to be a false bear
cbe.
Swat do yon think cf this?"
1 the question almost gloating-
Sor failed to comprehend.
I I think of it? Why, what
body think of It but what it
sly intended for?
guess its use?"
so."
to me that this required no
o strain on th'e intellect.
M mt do you think of the

his mysterious lan.nage
e. and no doubt my face re-
cwhat the state of my minMl.
I reading my thoughts, he im-
el fixed the beard on his face.
perfect stranger stood before


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ful!" I end. "What a trans-
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ie replied. "I believe it will
'n our friends."
dining was no longer obscure.
the Idea with avidity.
nt. I should never know
4 it to me."
he beard from him and. ad-


Jisting to my face. which .t that
period entirely clean shaved. look*
ed at my If in a mirror. The change
was lIng in the extreme. A man
t aboti~ 40 stared at me from the
glass. E the eyes were those qf-a

"Adm ble!" cried my uncle.. "I
Ap .llMt -ps you by In the street. We
must try the effect of this upon our
frienadW, ching." --
But as laid the disguise aside Istill
saw man dangers abroad; It was one
tag to dorn ourselves here In the
privacy O te managW's room. but it
was qul another to set out secretly
from street. This-I was not
f to.I et. and tor the moment it
JI1m, .and something like a
desprtoe look of hopelessness raceked
Ids faceb presently his brows con-
tracte., he threw back-his head. a
habit of when acting upon a sud-

"WV;7 go back to Dover Atrqet."
He saws m look of amazement and
onUnued.
"To go hack. I take It. would be a su-
preme ac of folly. There would then
he not tlb slightest hope of escaping
..az n-u_&s


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OF THE-B.OER
IN -CHINA U


RY GARLTOM BAWL.


By Pad tl ~ eyuen.


M.


@aa-sons of his own is inclined to be ex-
ceedingly friendly, make our way out
through the stage door and take the
night mail to Paris."
"A pretty Idea. But what about
preparations for the trip?"
"This is no time for preparations. I
have enough money on me to take us
over. Once there I shall communicate
with my bankers. What do you .think
of the plan?"
I thought It excellent, though I had
some doubt as to its efficapy. Howev-
er. that was in the hands of chance.
and I was fast reaching that state of
helplessness which reposes increased
confidence in- the powers of Provi-
dence.
Soon after this the manager returned
full of the most profuse apologies for
the length of his absence, an absence.
by the way. which lihd not been quite
so dreary to us as he seemed to im-
agine. Then. after some skillful fenc-
Ing on the part of my uncle, which.
considering the Issue at stake,, consid-
erably impressed me with his power of
restraint, he broached the subject of


Int hisand ale danLIlced a j dal bcard a"nd
mustachie.
the disguises, and. as he had foreseen.
the manager was only too willing to
prove his good will.
"But there is something more." quoth
Jim. looking mighty knowing. I
thought. "We want to disguise our-
selves here and go out through your
stage door."
"Why. certainly." was the reply.
Then. with a smile. "You haven't been
doing anything. eh?'
"Nothing very bad, believe me. But

A Convincing Answer.
"Ihtbbied weo sir. tiacktuon'sKdriu
storp one evening ays Wesley NelWin.
of Hamiltom. (Ga., "and he asked tme -i.
try hamit-rlaia's PAin Bilm for rheii-
inatisnm with witch I had suffered for a
long t me. I told him I .had no faith in
any medicine as they all failed. II.
said: Well if (hamberlain'sl Pain B-4n;
does not help you you ne ed not p-v l,-i
it,' I took a bottle of it home and used
it according to the directions and in tin*.
week-I was cured, and have not sin- ,
been troubled with rheanatismn." i., Ii
by Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal
era.


MAN


roundabout way of Australia. and with
that end in view fastened on to N:Y-
plea, intending to join the ship theie.
Of the wisdom of this course I have no
apology to offer, since we undertook it.
but truth to tell I don't think either of


we are going somewhere, and we want us was In a dreadful hurry to encoun-
to surprise somebody. You shall have ter the redoubtable Kung. And then
the properties back In a day or two we had an Idea that he would hardly
without fall." look for us by' -ae longest route, even
"Covent Garden. my dear old boy r If Wooching Informed him of our fight.
be added familiarly. with a chuckle. and It was still more probable that be
"Doo't burry younralf In the lest. I would credit us. with too -much com-
hope we shan't want them for the next mon 6ense and too wholesome a tear of
three; months." the society to be guilty of such- an ap
Thanks to his aid. the beards were parent plece of mew** At least, so
satisfactorly adjusted, and he. expert we argued from our hopes. There was
need hand as he was. expressed him- absolutely no other foundation to go
elf delighted with the trinsformatkao. pon. I frankly admit that the thought
He- then led s on to the -age past of the enterprise did not stir me with
agn highly It ting females Ia any great. ethusiasm. I had not a
thro1 w t thnghd ,i hatithe of my unele's deep rooted batred.
grpup at the wings, and presently .. However. It .Ws to- come later, but
emerged' Into the comparative gloom: of r rom a di fferet ause.
a ide street. This wetraverse lft- hased Pa we learned the date of

na i .. we. n- the departure from London of the
Ing ta driver toward a well sprangown ret steamer Oteo and- accordingly so ar-
house th e Strad. reanged wmatersthat we arrived in Na-
horue i -n th Sr an p aes ti.e day before her .arrival at that
.ho far so good, said .my ele, p6. We had now -mumed fetitious
throwing himselfback with a sigh of Iad traveled as ied. I was
relief as the hansom dashed off. "I and my nle -was
think we have managed it all right this M eor Crter we thinkun t bet-was
Itime, .o.,- ".__ _ter tls take ordinary common names
I thought so, too. for A-oug I tha th~ .anyzwhIch -were high sounding or
carefullv wentlatfred, the -Manb Stat, ,% 1 -- .. _


Ssrai .dinatuie was d .we4
were setting out'upo Itut trane
ly. clad as we wer to even*ag drmem
and top hats. Fortunately the evening
being a bit chilly we had worn our
heavier overcoats. Without these. I
dbnot know how It would have.bten
possible to undertake the trip'at all.
- In due tlnpe I presented myself at the
booking office and bought my ticket
No s!gn was there of Jim on the sta-
tion. but this did not alarm me much.
I. however, looked cloer for the ap-
pearance of some one else. but nuthiugj
supPcious was encountered until I
made my way to the barricade. Thfn
a man with a heavy fair mustache
passed close to me and looked at me In
a way that savored somewhat of seru-
tiny. but I passed on apparently oblivi-
ous of his presence, and soon the bar-
rier. with Its ticket punching dragon.
was between us.
For the moment I had an Inward fear
that the society was after us. Then
the knowledge that the departure. as
the arrival. of% all foreign trains Is
watched by the plain clothes police
somewhat reassured me. I tried to
hope that my gentleman was from
Scotland Yard. If'so. Wooching and
his confederates would have greater
reason than I to be afraid of him.
I walked slowly, up the platform.
peering into every carriage as I went
along. but discovered no trace of my
uncle. However, on my return, snugly
ensconced in the far corner of a first
class smoker reading a paper, a cap
pulled well down over his eyes. was
my estimable relative. A warning
glance from him' was ll I received.
though there was no one else in the
carriage. I understood and sat myself
In the corner farthest from him. a po-,
sition which commanded a view of the
approach to the train.
As the time of departure drew very
near I hoped fervently that no one elso
would attempt to enter our carriage.
but almost at the last minute an old
gentleman with a superabundance of
beard and hair came to the door and
peered in. As, however, my esteemed
relative greeted him with a cloud of
smoke he stepped back quickly. mut-
tered something about "smoking car-
riage" and passed farther up the plat-
form. Almost immediately after we
slid out of the station.
Well, we duly arrived in Paris with-
out mishap, from whence my uncle
wrote to his lawyer and alsd to his
bankers, the latter of whom iu cour-":
of .time freely supplied us with the
requisite funds, from which hve pur-
chased an outfit and then se off to-
ward Italy. for we had decided. now-
that we were launched upon hluis ex-
peditlon. to go right through Jwith it
and trust Providence to bring ,ung to
book. How it was going to happen
heaven alone could tell. Somdtinmes I
felt that we were like blind l:.ders of
the blind and that we should stumble
grossly. perhaps fatally. Bu soni--
thing had to be done, and after all the
thought of the uncertainty of The fate
which awaited us out in China n-as nit
so intoleralde as that certainty which
awaited us at home.
We decided to enter China iby the

According to a eelohrat" an-aton'ui
thete re nnrwards of 5.000 000 1 t*'
elands m the human ptomnch. TheseP
glands pour onu the direrstivei jf;p'
which dissolve 9digeat the foo. Indi-
pation is want of juice, weakness o'
elands. need of hein to restore the health
of thpee arrana The h"stt ndt mst nit-
iral hllp is that riven hy Shaker Trier -
t ve Cordial. Natural. benuse it sBU-
plea the mater;pls npeedd by th glands
to prepare the d'reative juices. Becanspe
it strpnethens and inviorates the gl.nd-
and the stomach, until they are ahle to
no their work alpne. Shaker's Digestive
Cordial oer a iwi1istion certainly an*'
permanently. It dpoe so hby natural
means. and therein lis the secret of its
wonderful and unvaried su'cces4.
At druggiasts, price 10 cents to $1.00
per bottle.


I immediately seized the opportunity to
rc-strc them to her.
the companion way. the half hope be-
ing mine that she might turn and look.
But no. The little dark head never
swerved an Inch. and, presently it dis-


appeared
blew. the
ently the
forge her


below. Then the whistle
boats sheered of. and pres-


great ship began
way ahead.

CHAPTER XVIIL
PORT SAID.


at dp Ibe.ed o ie

boar o tsbefore 0oo0 of the ftl*
lowing morning, toe ship duly arrived.
-nd early tn a;e afternoon we wenu of
to her. At tjat time most of the 9as-
engers wer.: ashore sighteeing, ar Pw
children and. several old ladies being
the only people about the decks. .We,
aorizingly sought out our cabin aI
amail one. which, by paying a tile
more than the ordinary fare. w 'e- I
cored to ourselves. Here ensconced we
unpacked and generally made t'inga.
shipshape. Then we went up on qeck
to smoke.
Watching the people arrive, man.- of
wbom were loaded with worth ess I
purchases which, were destined to
adornthe walls of some far off ant po-
dean home as a memento of "our v isit
to Naples." suddenly it I't-ame if rny-
thing more interesting,. for from one of
the boats a girl mounted the gangway,
and her beauty, which her dark os-
tame accentuated. seemed of that n-
sive melancholy type which in he
opinion of some men adds an inem' le
charm to woman.
Rhe. too. was laden with many r-
cjahes. sad I saw that they 1m.
..." so-~ wI:at. but slab- e- IP
*, :: 4 :a:;I \U) itlh In 'der with )n-
* *e: .'.l-, a4atrity. though as she s 'p-
*-. f:Tm the g .,:inay to the dock he
-,.i1. an1! had I not b'0 a other it
.-! r p ;i.le that she minht hI-ve
:ltJe'. As it was she dropped two or
;i-r, cf the part is.
'f co-irse I imnmedliately seized the
*;i'o:tu.:lity to restore theli to tivr.
=naI;ng. I lh:!a-!e. a remark sufficiently
p)rop'so cf ''th oe.asu:on. She rep!iid.
v'th a hbuh. apologizing for her squ-
::ty. and then. failing to recognize
iie. f-.r no doubt she had at first taKen
.:ep for one of the passengers. 0he
;poned wide her eyes-and beautiful r
1big. gray brown eyes they were-.fa-


ST.\T A'r i i. A.
O i i Lena. I I
1. ',.umail .',. ryin.'af Cl'rk of the Vircuit j .t>urt
ina :;:(l for I le <-aiU lv al'rrt's il. ,io h .-r'-! q(je-' i
tli:at thi ual ie antIl1ore-'ii.v' is a tri- t.ovoyil thi,-
ori::ii.,l oi;rdu of |ibldicatio: on ile a:lm of cord
in in' <,li'ce
Witin.-- n:a hand nn.l Ifi-ial s-al tlhistlmt
(ay of i-'ebruary. A. D. Itlol.
(t-.L) CULNeIL A. ]ilty'V .
.-2- I Chlrk,

OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE
OF THE

State Board of Canvasi;'s
Of the precial, Ehkction Held in the rCounnt of0
Jaes,'-on an:d .-late of Foriila on the
2:n1h Vas of lantu:try, A. 1). VAI.
We. Jin. L. Cr.twlord. -e'ret:ryv o;' tate.
Wi'lliamnm It. Liar, Attornty (.criesal., ; W i i:tI," II. RI ev..t i s.. tie IK ari Of -t:ite 0aua':nv:s'rs o a-lid --tate. ...
'eat.fv that we miet:at tIeOlliev-'of filt t'ee..ar*-ol
't tie at ti Capitol in the v:ty of Tallahi-aeas-e' n.
Saitrdaitv. tVie th da v oa .-brua i v,y A. I). 11)1.
anl orgaizeor' as such o.tr t. annl prnee-ilte tto
*anvat's the roturnti oa the p' Cial E'e-ton. h *:!
in the county of Jackson, on the I1 t day of


ed through ti saloon In company w"th
an older woman. a widow. t*ide-'by;
her costame. and probM her rmobwer.-
Exquisitely sweet and cool -in toheroft
creamy gown looked the younger wom-
an as she sat amid so many black
coats, and her advent was like a 1-t h
of fresh air It a tropical city. I noticed
that a big military looking matv who
sat next to her was pradigioud at-
tentive. and insensibly I grew aago-
nistle toward him. Like a Jealoi wo-
man, I began to pick him to plect and
as he was by no means flawless V had
what he might have called a field day.
I wondertA what relation he bore to
her and almost shuddered as I thought
of husband. You see. 1 was young and
had an idea that married folk should
-more or less be physically matched.
Unconscious of my thoughts. the gal-
lant gentleman made himself eminent-
ly agreeable all through dinner, and
though I was too far away to hear
what he said I saw by the looks of
those about him that he was evidently
a person with a considerable fund of
humor. Not that the girl laughed much.
though he seemed to address his re-
marks to her in particular. Occasion-
ally a smile flitted over her face. a fu-
gitive thing that vanished so swiftly it
might have been afraid, to.be found
there. Watching her intently and judg-
ing from the start she gave when sud-

(Clontin; d-on Pvr-.h P "En).

NOTlICE OF TAX DEr:D.
To William McCahe and 'A Other Per ns In-
terested.
SrOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AN D
warned that iunle. accordin- t'i proviion'
of the a-t ol .um.e _d. 1890. you redeem within
thiriv. davs prior to the 1.th day of Felruary.
l'r1f. Imri all tax !-ales the It-ds .beiow ie-
scrib... I. a. (le k. unle-. ret-alined hby order
of 'ojurt. mill iJ-sue tax dee(l to4 *i. l.utrloh.
Sonvey.ng the s' of N1% and NJ4 of St., of (c-
tino' 14. owin-hi. t Souh. Kanue2 "tea't. cin-
t.inin r;'2 I acres. and -/ ,ofr E 4 of .seetion 14.
Town-lh' I -ou:h. Ifnnflc 2 Wevs, tCnmtainiiit 80
reares, I- eitel in I.eon county. Florida. has, I1 on
Iax ,' "ericates. N s. 51 and 52 tax -a,:e for un-
paid tax -o f lSt7.
itne's my hand and the seal of the i lIruit
Sour|tat Tallaha-.te. Leo o en uity, Flor-
(Scal.) ida. this 5lith aa of Februar-. A. I).
MI.
Cot 'CIL A. BRYAN.
Clerk of t ircuitCouut, Leont a county, Florila
52- I n
In the Circuit t.ourt a-f die Second Jaii
trial Circuit of Ftnridi in and for (ne
Countv nf Le o.n-Tn Chancery.
John FI. Willaam-i vs. Emily tvllliam<--Divorce.
IT HAVING Bi EN MAI P. TO \PrE R UIY
the alidavit,-f the compl:tin;nt in the axwvc
entlth-lt suit that the resideni.e of the defe.ndmait.
-mnily Wilaliam-. is witlhoutt the State f f (lorit:t.
; n 1 is to a certainty un':nown: :iid that thli-re it4
Io per-non in sl.i.l l:at- t ,e esrvm:,. of ai uhllm|n i
up 1i whlin woulil Wuaild s; defend in t. and that
ai-a d&-ieianta. htmiuly Williaiinaa :.is over the at teit
tw('iNv.'-o e %t-a l' i lt aisthte r. n- or leret illaa
n:i:d ldeflla:tilaa n mii Wil iains be ua.t i .l e is
ierebh required to app ar to the hill of rompljina
ant lhrei itIi ot iay. tielfirt d lai of A*pril. .\.l .
111 i: and tL ait iti- onl r hl e plu )li-litd noa ;a
-w'.-k f ,,r a.ur .-uc-'-ive we-rks in I!;e \vet.kl%
I ATI.!A;lAS' .'VL. a t.ew- l ai ir pllllisihI1 ill ill it
(;.V I,' 'I ;nl;ah i-s&e in said o. It.y.
\iicne-s t'o.un-i. A. 1.ryvai. (:.'vr;< orsaitid 's ii rt.
aild Ilthesao.il tlaeref this I1thil avoi Fei)
[ -AL.1 ru.:ry, A. 1). 1Iol
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mnultate- lo-f'iErt I'.v- z
Fortiriafeoriaflitaaa :a- toufr'-i-lat pg
to Dr. LeAvi-., av(-n, or C~apt.
:or at tr aia.% .
113;i.'-v.11 i n 't tr~aint at Be-ll
rettianai'ar h';tve' k I! thas-.ne InII
f or 1"aur ( I y.


Notice of. Appi'c---'ion to Se
Estate.

Milt v (b'r 'ta Val i. a'-l- '*f Ia..ri- 0.

.-w~itit.. :-ta' t. r ;. : at -' udi
(11)[111I 114Y,-.-t ;111 a la~a---.4t, :It Ir.a'.

iaiort-'awt.. aaalld ---c it aa':Til
a ".. f Ike 11 fl aw of-e~'-tioa I -121 0
-aaaU h. rrante 1 tat,', ut. 't ~ataa~i ~


)Jfo 20 Yeas Has Led agii* Roedeiess '&~A~a"

JAMES F. BALLARD, S9. LO


slowly to


That evening at dinner I again saw
the young lady with the beautiful eyeq.
To Prepared
For war is the sorest way for tihs natkm
to maintain peace. That is the opinion
of the wisest statesmen. It is equally
re tha t be prepared fr spring s the
bat way to avoid the pculiar dan"Ps
of the mmmon. Thasis a lesIon A. uILita
are laring. and at this time. when tbh-
bloodis sure to be loaded *ith mpuri-
tiep ad to be weqk and sluggish, the
milikmo begin ta take Hood's 8rrsapm-
rilla, whiobhprifes, prices aad vital-
ies the blood, expels all dimwe
gme6s, creates a eood appetite, ipv
stgtbh and energy and ss the whole
-yetb a healthy odrno prevnt-
ing poaenical, fever. andterdan.
geroS dimses which are liable to attack
A flMifM^


Nine-

Tenths
of


all the

People

Suffer

from

Disease

!:Liver,


se


HERBNI.


pum Juice from Natural bo



cImesft aSystm, PufiWs


Voi-fmiiud Imp",re



Price, 50 Cent&.

preposd by jAW SF. BAMlARD'SL Led*I


IWMugar' A. D' 111for s
HOW*61 Reseasstat6vs 1he..
f n "a W jaekponCeviotr. to
.its- hed by the realvi .um at.
MK6fegjund that we hive eI~am
.o the wild %reekal Efet'p
efw~y that. anshown by Cue .ej
I3n aU naftMthe -;eer..'ari. at-
es-t W"%- WfrdIaw. tr. wit:
7" tOw ewhoGIletiubar of ot
to*,e of the' Rn-e of pr-na
hudndd andti -tWrlt- %Pe'ae 27), of
~1t.hel lin byr. e iVeeithree
twrinty- fw~i fM24) Yvtev.
J. (Y ?Ketl Mr-eev'en
J. C Foheaa'n ? lveh'eoad II
J. 11. ('albornireeeir.-d oWe (
And we.Juo L- 1rawfor. wi.-5
Wilhiaqa R mjmar. %t'n ney~'
vrillaism T. Reynoli~.t'a C"nat.-i.
the &mud of :tate (Vanv g rs t ek
h r br d'eare' a- dotl-de.rm:DaaU$.
Wad Specipi Riect on to ihe
That 'tftehehh late l- .U" ep
Hota". of Ilepre entalli'..' 17.
I"i te':ti onovwherea-oeil. r.
our hand avid offieW ,! 'ltfurnyy t~
day of Febiaray. A. D.).1411.



WN. if~. -

NOTICE OF TX DEED
To Thomas Dine. F. 3M. (I v.4
Con'serl( d. 15
YOT? ARE HPItEBY NJOTyplEM
wamed1h~tunle 9a i('o-iiaa. to
of the 4 et (if In ie Ad. I ss),i. -t
the tbir'- dav% pri-ir to 1,4. 1 g ~b d ire
ItVll, fomM all taIN !.-I', *tlhe' ha.id
'ca-ibpd. 1 n't 0 lerk at', (I--ra'ttranoel ,,.
toftart, will immte a t-ax alpne I to ifj.
('aaave viaavtie -114 w s e i-Ill 1. I
outh. WRtize ,'V~15 ( C-tahlaaj~.
a-~re Ines ee in Iemn e un~r'-, ihij,rid
tin tatx e'rlfi. aL- ~No.-!3.tx!aef
Laxf *of l."7.
Witltue'. nr h-Vnil :!Iftl eal~ta
('o011t at Tall a. a ~'' ean
(&l.) ela.thi, 180hea ta% of F%:"* l
COUNCIL A. BuMyM

STATEXEST.
Kinds Under Section "IS. Chapta V11.10
of Floridaoa1693.j
Showing. the arauajait cal hife'b ehaargpjW
Ta~i Coiheeteur tot' Lon county. Vtorayk
-euleered f-sm the f'arre'rti Ye~a, 19UO,
apportionment of the s.~ ,th
fund-' for %whietv -uinh t~axshe'qmg
nveliiding rvilr'tA. with clate I tr g~
Total taix for rear lahi. iel 4ii
hn M,'14.0 *e('tetl mid pI.aid to Febru.
ary P~2, 190 .................. Ok


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A PPO!tTlt N NFN?.
fIletteral revenue s' $ ,31so
Am', collia't"'I ratil
iraud t0 te~b.12,
FinM .forteitaart-'. 2,40321
Aim's I ollea'Ted aa

1tridzges.eailverN etet 2.2 Ia;(67
Am' t Coll'ect, E11aall
p-all to Feb. 12.,

Including l".tI.. 1,:42M


The elaim otf other rough me-hei, A to
he oAs fgNd as C(ianahprl*'in's o .fTf-o
'uallv set at roP t in the r,,-'lcwini' te'ts-
ronial of Mr C. T). r GlRs.. oart enmpltiv
--f Bartlett & D.nrvis Co.. G;adine-r. M,'.
Rle savt: "** hia kept aedinr, t, -. nald
lid coauih in th winter of 1897. trvipnl
Prpry enough mendiein, I heard oef w'th
out vermsanet help until noe dan I wsa.
in the drug store of Mr. ITou'ehan a1pd
he advised me to try Chambe-rl.;*r '
Cough Remedv and offered to v-nv ia k
my moniv if T was not eured. My Ihn e
and brnochial tnhbe were very Rfre rt
'his time hut I was coipl-teply enurd ,v
this remedy and have since alwa 's
turned t,, it v he T I had fga a c-1ll a d
soon found relief I also r, co- nme, d it o
my fri.M-ntl? anrm rmlad it sany it. isl ,-
pest Off all 1ol0 14 ni,-di,-ino F<',r ,w. p
by Wight & Bro. and all mediecite d. I-
ers.
vored rme. I thou.git. with a start
look and then hurried on.
I watched her as she walked aft *o









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- '~a


nly apped.-to:'.-.t
as preoccupled WWtg
than the batter a l(
*the mielihntIoly whichleb i
.soticed. the Mtartled. trf
Sthe eye. proclaimed the- tcuofa
htlouglit which could aot
Aa After dinner the sound obtI gd
Joe to t he music room. and as-f
in the doorway I beheld the, military
looking umn singing to the girl's ai.
tompaniment. The ballad was extrene.
_y touching and described with mnceL
protestation the fact that the. your*
entlemiau would be "true till death."
VThe singer put a power of pathos into
the decl-a ration and glanced down at
the girl with the ardor of a 3-year-old
but his face was very red, his voice no
longer that of impassioned youth. Sb8
everr looked up. which was exceeding.
Sjy unkind. lhe raising of her thlekly
'fringed Ilds would have revealed a be--
wildering world of loveliness to her
.admirer. It would have made hinm
protest until these was no more
breathh in his body. Besides. It Is so
easy for a woman to look up from a
piano, flash a dazzling glance at be-
wildered man_and then leave him Ib
.i e outer gloom of darkness ad doubt.
And don't the dear creatures know
bow to do It to perfection?
Being a stranger on board and re-
prded no doubt as something In the
nature* of an intruder, the first day
was productive of little information
Concerning my fellow passengers, but
on the second day. thanks to the gar.
rulousness of an old gentleman who.
like many old gentlemen, had made hit
neighbors' affairs the business of hi:-
declining years. I lern ed a!l I wishes(
to know, which, after all. was no-
'much and chiefly (' ctrV."!I two people.
-the girl with th:' p-:'. i>-.':-'ve facr
and thLe an r.i:t1 1:* :. : rli- e u mis
tache. She. I v.gis rer:\le to know
was not his wifc'. I):.t a y.ung Aus
tralian girl. Miss I'-:rrt L;t came. whi
was returning hor] with her mothe:-
The mother was the o!l lady in blaci
who sat next to licr nt dinner--awfull
sad story. Came horm for a pleasure
trip and lost `.1:'. Hurst shortly sfter
ending. The military looking gent
man with the red face was Majo.
Coghlan. retired--.wfully brilliant.
Shouldn't wonder if there's a wedding'
when we get to Melbourne. And
aand so on.
Somehow the major did- not see
such a formidable creature after this
though he discoursed wars with all th<
hero's disdain of death and band
the names of distinguished gene
with the easy familiarity of an equal
He knew everything and everybody
and, with the natural garrulity of
Irishman. he did not hide his accom
plishments. though he might have-le
eoe wondering how such a very. e
traordinary person was permitted t,
retire from a service which he did
ueb to adorn. Alas. al prophet hat
honor In his own country! -
I can afford to treat the major ligbtl
w. but then he was a person of so
oqflce in our little floating work
who "tuk the flure" and mad
elf heard. Over concept. tiea
or ball be was the presiding ge
He promoted sweepstakes on th
5s run. got up cricket matches an
parties and. like the gentleman
Sthe comic opera, was Lord Hig
nlng.
ab greatness I did not envy hib.
There are still a few positions whir
lmay not aspire to. but I strongly
,ed to bhis taking possessialon
Hurst every time she app
Sdeek and behaving as though
the only worshiper fit to appr
i shrine. I am not ashamed to a -"
That the lady Interested me pieatl.
I was not content with a bow w
slifle and a few words promiscuo y
le. But, thanks to the ma ,
for a long time seemed to be y
portion.
One morning, however, I found
10e. leaning on the rail looking I o
Ssea. and though my advent stard


hbe quickly recovered herself
ye me a pleasant greeting.
tI the common objects of ship I e
touched on many subjects, and e
in the midst of a glowing d
of her native land when the r
red upon the scene. I though a
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
ith local applicaUom, a they ca
the seat of the dismw. "U
a blood or cmatiutonaml diee,
Order to cure it you must takelnt
edi Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta
ally. and acts directly o theb(
mucuous surface. Hals a r
i not a quack medicine. It
S'bed by one of the best phbi
this country for years, and t a rI
SPrescription. It is composed of e
tonics known, combined withe
blood purifiers, acting direoti on
mucuous surfaces. The perfect
tion of the two ingredients is t
oces such wonderful results in r-
Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
F. J. CHnxY & Co., Toledo, .
by Druggists, 75 cents.
all's Pamilv Pills nre the best.



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M. L. Chauer. Milton, Fla., writes:
Flaveuspd Dr. M A. Simmons Livev
medicine 20 years; would b* lost with-
ut it It not only cures ailments, bus
n my family is a preventative, of di
ease.


.t knowledge that lire coula not be al-
ways thua.
-When we arrived at Port Said. I
made one of Miss Hurst's shore going
Iarty. I say Miss Hurst's because she
seemed the planet round which we
lesser satellites revolved, though Ma-
jor Coghlan was. of course, the active
leader of the expedition. He marshaled
us in line, cast a severe military eye
down our ranks and then gave the or-
der to march and at the head of his un-
soldierlike detachment led us through
the town.
A wonderful'fellow. the major, but
his Incessant chatter wearied me. aqd
while be and my uncle were trying-
their luck at roulette I stole away and.
joining Miss Hurst. who was standing
near the door. suggested that we
should pursue our Investigations alone.
She hesitated -for a moment, then smil-
ed. and together we walked along. ex-
patiating upon the novelty of our sur-
roundings. though the novelty was
more mine than hers. as she had been
ashore here during her voyage from
Austral'* '
"But things are different now." she
said. "My father was with us then."
It was the tst. time I had heard her
-willingly so*ak of him, and I noted
the tone of utter sadness in her voice.
I longed to tell her that L too, had lost
father and mother. only I dared not
mention how.
"I have beard that he died very sud-
denly." I usa. for I was Interested
deeply In anything that Interested her.
"Yes." she answered. and hot as the
day was I saw her shudder.
"I am so scrry."
She .tarted. Her eyes sought mine
and rested there.
"You did not know him?"
"No. but I am sorry for your sake.*
"'hanks." Then she added In a low
tone which was full of meaning. "You
would be more sorry If you knew all."
We wandered a little farther on with-
out speaking. both being. I take It.
somewhat embarrassed or preoccupied
with thought Then. as we stopped at
the corner of a. street to view some
wares In a window, an Arab approach
ed us. d9ffed his fes and salaamed ob-
sequlously. I turned sharply to the
fellow with a "Well, what islt?" but
Instead of replying he presented Miss
Hnrat with ab letter. salaamed again
and without speaking walked off.
The girl. holding the letter in her
band, made no attempt to open It. but
instead turned an Inquiring pair of
eyes to mine and murmured: i
'"Why abquld he bring me this letter?
I don't know anybody here."
"Hadn't you better open it?"
She looked at the letter and then
again at me. ir'movement proclaiming
the utmost nervousness,. then with an
effort she tore the envelope. 1. ap In
duty bound, turned aside one more to
Inspect the wares in the window, when
a half stifled gasp suddenly caused me
to face about. She stood there pale
positively to the lips, the open letter
trembling In her hand. her eyes start-
Ing with terror.
"Good. heavena" 1 cried. "What has
happened?-
-Nothing," she gasped, "nothing. Let
us get back to the shlp."
SBut.you are il. You are going to
talnt You"-
-, caught her as ahe staggered, but
with an effort shabe regained her equlllb


410 s- the text tbree bo ,s."

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My mother. Im amnxiou."
"Yo-u iil take toy arm r"
x*Th ak .y
Star- 'lamdlg stage we met sBIT
sral other lady pmnsetgerm going back
to the ahip, and Iwraccordanee with tne
rtLA ssAl


^ l^ ^' I 'y B --i --' -

Jime 'h.1.sde,



"Pm a sorr. Tr are psmlenty oa





"Aye," he said boldly, but it is
ualty w want, not qaqtity." I
Wed turned wasade without rwply


"Oh, but it- :roo of you." He re-m
4d--"and after all the preparations

h"!*"e0 sorry. Therm are plenty of

"Aye.b he said boldly. "but It Is
uallty we want. not quantity.",
SMW turned .aside without replying.
nd some one coming after him at that
omnat he apologized profusely for
ving to leave us. .But his eye. as it
aght dlne. lad no twinkle In it.
That was but one of many long con-
ermtlons I bad with her. for with the
mpetuaity of youth I flung down my
ge to the redoubtable warrior, much
o the amusement of the other passen-
who Invariably spoke of us as the
ted val But that i was only their
little way. The major and I nevrr fur-
ot to treat each other with the most
ntlemanlike courtesy.
The run across the Mediterranean
delightfuL Feeling that I was
ree of the Terror I abandoned myself
o the enjoyment of my new surround-
ings and lived eaetf exhilarating day
o the full. -it was pleasant- to survey
the dark. far stretching circle of sea
and know that we were cut off from all
communication with our fellows. No
one could barm us here. There was no
ambuscade, no dark streets from wbhichi
a man might spring and up which b,,
might disappear. We were alom, upon
the waters, and I sometimes sighed ai


of abject terror, therefore It must have
contained Information of the utmost
gravity. I cursed the shortness of our
friendship, which rendered .me to her
practically an unknown quantity.
That it was anything of which she
personally had the slightest cause to
be ashamed was a thought I never-
for one moment entertained. You see,
I had embarked upon a venture, and I
whipped my faith Into obedience.
A little while, later on I met my un-
cle, Major Coghlan and one or two oth-
era, who, In the manner of passengers
ashore, had taken possession of thl
street. The gallant soldier's gallant
face was -redder than ever, and from
his exceedingly breezy manner I guess-
ed that the "desert sand In his throat
had required a lot of moistening.
"The top of the -mornin to you." he
said. "What have you done with the
lady
"She has gone off to the ship. Fagged
out, I think."
"Aye, to be sure," said he. his eyes
twinkling with merrhnent, or beer.
"and -mighty provokin weather it is
and wants a dale of humorin."
But I felt Infno mood for. humorine it


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TTaper, Leisure and
Energy by the
housekeeper who


F


was rather i$ M .
Idlknhw hat If ue toucbkd it we
40udobtedly quarL Tegbt-
S spirit thofe Irishaman is occasion-
lly-a thing to be admired, but more
ofte'It is one-to be deplored. The
w ulriug of -i9teihsA and tie cracking
oetCaauluM do not appear to the more
sobr isoam sucb mighty fine sport.
Tge major protested. but my uncle
and I wereMobdurate, and as we walked
along be fired i parting shot at us. up
braldin.. u for our unaoci-ability. To
this We did not reply. Asa i have said
the major was a privileged person.
"Fancy that brute having the imper-
tinence to bother Mlm Hurst with his
attentions."
"Yes" answered my quele dryly. "It
is .quite remarkable what importance
some people seem to attach to them
selves."
"The beast! He half drunk."
"Make It three-quarters." Then. look-
Ing round. be said its a lower tone.
"Seen anythingg" -
"No. And your'
"Nothinj There can be no doubt
that we have fairly give the socleto
the slip. Here. which ls a renowned
hotbed of ecoundrellam. we should have
.had some notification if our enemies
had been on the watch."
Some notification- The phrase. strike
Ing with singular force. reminded me
of Miss Hurst's adventutfe. Jim's face
underwent many changes as hbe listen
ed.
"Well. that's very quee." he said. "I
suppose you have no idea what the let
ter contained?"
"Not the remotest. I oply know that
the reading of it gave her such a shoc-k
that she almost fainted."
That his thoughts flew at once to the
society was painfully evident. I saw
It in his face. and It awakened no sur
prise,. for there was no other direction
In which they could fly. My own had
taken a similar course. only to be
brought back with a Jerk. What pos-
sible connection could there be between
this girl and those yellow fiends? Of
course it was ridiculous, but my asso-
ciation of the society with everything
that was mysterious and terrifying
showed what a hold It had obtained
over the imagination.
"Very. very curious." he muttered,
but he did not otherwise voice his sus-
picions. He was as'much ashamed as
I of admitting the awful power of the
society, and it was rather singular
how we eschewed that which was up-
permost in our minds. *
We went aboard as soon as the sail-
ors had finished washing down. and
shortly after we had begun our Jour
ney through the canal I was pleased to
see Miss Hurst come up on deck. My
solicitude immediately drove me to her
side. where. In answer to my many
questions. she Informed me that she
was now quite recovered from the
faintness which had so Suddenly as-
sailed her. and she begged me to say
nothing of It. And In many ways ahe
sought to apologize for her strange be-
havlor. even going so far as to suggest
that the mysterious letter contained
nothing which warranted such a com-
plete collapse on her part. to all of
which I listened with due deference.
but I thought that even her most
vehement protestations betrayed her
Intense anxiety. There was an after-
tone of fear in her voice which had
almost a shuddering sound.


Ue presented Ml iHurst with a Itlr,
salaumed against and tlkd a of...
*ishel of my companion 1 placed her
under their protection.
"I would rather go off with you." I
said. "You have not yet sufficiently re-
covered."
"I am quite well. thank you."
She Raw the anxiety In my face and
smiled a wan. pitiful smile. I thousiL
but one that brought us nearer to eacb
other than we had ever been.
"Thar letter had bad newa?"
"Very. But you would not under.
stand."
"I would try hard to understand any-
thing that concerned your welfare."
"Thank you. Mr. (ray. This is some-
thing quite different from anything
you ever heard of or Imagined."
I helped her Into the boat and stood
watching until I saw her mount the
ship's gangway and disappear. Then
I turned about and retraced my steps
toward the bishops.
My mind was full of apprehension on
her behalf. What did. bshe mean by
saylipg that this affair of the letter re-
ferred to something quite different
from anything I bad ever beard of or
Imagined? Who was she. what was
she. how came she to be mixed up in
an affair so full of mystery? What
did thia mean. this presentation of a
letter by .an Arab in this desert town?
A commercial highway truly, yet in
what way could she. a stranger, a wo-
man. be connected with It? Yet bow
serious It must have been to cause her
so much terror! I pictured again the
blank look of horror which, spreading
from her eyes. whitened her lovely
-.~. felt again the fierce, nervous
Nervoum children are almost always
thin children. The **"n dor-b y". is
.-ldom nervous. White's C'ea Ver-
niluge is the beaitpreentive of nervous-
emas. I; strengthens the system at d a--
4ists to that sort of feith. which creates
trenrnth and power of endurance. Price
ripntq. Wtvrht &' Rro.
* eC p of lher ongers on -my arm.-and I
'listened once more to her gasping ut
'ter manera she sought- 1 0P ast 'me.
My mind buzzed with strange conjet-
ture. In spite of the knowledge of my
own Intolerable position and the fact
that. situated as I was. I bhad no right
to look too lonringly upon any woman
I fell my',ifi the girl a1,1 ailrraly tlier sorrow had
become u'aeu
What ,!0d rluht letter ontaitn? t
would hat-e given much to -know.
though from no mere Inquisiltlveness
Plainly it bad thrown her Into a state


basoresoa sMeoemy.
A paragraph about an economical
merchant In Broadway saving the
backs of old envelopes for scratch pa-
per reminds an old friend of this story:
A New York dealer, who left about
$2.000.000. tfr a long time kept up the
practice of tearing off the fly sheets
of the numerous foolscap letters he
received and sticking them on a spindle
for scribbling purposes. Envelopes
were not yet In use. A lawsuit arose.
and the merchant thought be bad won
his case when defendant's letter, duly
signed. was produced. Counsel for
defendant examined the letter and.
turning It over to look for the super-
scription. found that it was missing.
He Immediately saw his advantage
and said: "This letter is incomplete.
your honor. A sheet is missing. i
claim that there might have been a
postscript on the other, sheet which
would entirely change the character
of the order." The eourt so ruled, and
defendant won the spit. The practice
of utilizing fly sheets In that mer-
chant's office was at amce discontinued.
-New York Press.


A skele on.
"; "What Is a skelet n? Can you tell
me. children?" asked a teacher of her
Sunday school class.'
The Infant claws looked troubled.
Their ideas on the s object were of the
most vague deserlpt on and, they seem-
ed to think, hardly worth mentioning.
The question passed down the class al-
most to the very to t meeting only a
blank look or a shake of the head, until
at last the smallest tot of all ventured
a reply:
"Pleath. mith. It Ith a man without
any meat on it."-ILandon Answers.
On better Autheorty.
"You are looking -handsome tonight,
Miss Flite." Bagstqr remarked In the
nausea of the dance.


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Nar t! & s.A i.v ..-.m ile ........... >' a0 74ip 3 a 0 l.v Jack.oniville............ ....... 110a 740p
*Ar .ernatdina.... ..... 11l2a 96 p ....... Ar Baldlwln.................... 944 a 825p
Ar Ever. tl............... 12,55 It p 931 r. Ar Waido........................ 1 l a 11Up
Ar Savinah ............ 1 31 p 11 fiA p 1145a Ar Gainesville..................... 11 5p .......
Ar Fairfax. ....... .... 341 11p i1) a ....... Ar'er Key .......... ........ 1 p .......
ArDeumark........ 346 2......ArSuiverSpangf ........... 1 .. .0..
Arolums tia. ... ......... 5)01 p 436a ....... Ar-Ocala.. ... .............. p123 21 a
Araimiten................. 7.tp 641 a ....... Ar Wildwood ............. ... 214p 130a
Ar %ouUhern nes...... .... 1037 1. .l ......ArLeeburg............ ...... 25 p 3Ma&
Ar Ralirh..... ........ Ut12- 1150a ....... ArTavares..... ............... 321p 42a
Ar Port-Lmouth ............. 70a .5i5up. ArOrlando ...... ...... 44.. p 720a
%r Richmond-...........4.. 45.s 6Tp..... &r Winter Park.................b. p..
%rW s t.iretnm.... ... 845a 1a1p ..... Arl)ade City.............. ...... 33p 306a
ArBaltmore ................ I0 ll p....... ArPa tCity.................. 418. 4(6a
ArPhfiiade-phla....... .....j1230p 2 ia......ArTampa ........ ......... .... 5 0' 500a
Ar New York.........3....... 3 I p 3 l a .....
WEST. DIV. & N. u. 1 3. I 1. *No. 68letves Jacksonville daily at 1:25 p.
Lv jcauvtle....;r................. 7a)p 9 (6.m arrives eranandna 5:5) I p m.
Ar Lake City...................... 913 p 11 a Connection made at F.inandina with Cour-
Ar Iive oak..... ..... ....... l100 p lliSp berland Route steamers, leaving Fernandina
Ar Madson.................. 1054p 104p u p m daily except Sunday, arriving Brun
Ar Mooticeilo.................... l1210 316p wickl 5.p. m.
Ar t homa-ville................. I. oa ..... +Leave Ferdannida for Jacksonville 7:40a.m.
ArMontgomery ........... 810 a ..... and 2:40 p. m.
Ar t. lout .......... ....... 744 a....... Arrivals at Jaksonville from the North ani
Ar alldhassee .4............. a 3.p Rast, o. 27. at73oa m ; N31.at:60p. a
ArQulncy.....:.................... .. 427 p No. 36at :30 p m.' From the tWest. No. 2. at
-tritive Junction.................... 5157,.26 p. m ; No. 4. at8:45 a m. ro the
Ar Ien-acola ........................ 11 2p South, ho. 44.at 9:00 a. m.; No. 60,at 38"a
A r Mobile............................ Sb a p.m.
S'r 'wl,v "" ......... .............. 740 a
Train No. 44. the Florida and Metropolitan Lamitgd vestibuled train betwe en St. Augu-tine,
Ja ktoimville and New Iork. via Riebamond and Washington. Including drawing roon, compart-
ment. dining and otbervation car-. lIay coached between SL. Augustine and Washington. Trai.
31 and 44 carry Pullman Iutlet sleeping car. between Jacksonville and Tampa.
No. 6. hFlorida and Atlantic Fast Mall. mlld vestibuled train, con l-tUng of day coaches, mall,
baggage and ewpr-s cars between JAkekonville and ashington, and Pullman aleeper between
Jacekmonvle and New York..
Nos 3 and 4, Pullman Bult sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louin via Monticello, Tbomasville and
Montgomery.
steame for7.Key West and nHranna-No. 97makes eqanection at Port Tampawithstesme
leaving Mondays. Thursday and -aturdays
No. 2 and I. sleeper betw. en New ,i esfa% and Jaekonvilc k
Full t1norma lon at City Ticket (ma4e by P. Hopkiaa, agent.
V. K. M'BES, RK. L. LhUNCH. A. 0. NaoDONIRL.
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U. Mal Steamer crMeet ity will leave A selahkrnia dailv at M30a..< Retmuin
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llltV aas the weather w. He is do-
c~.,ll c derabl heavy work on the St.
S-Aaissaine 'oad, inside the corporate
m Ti ,SU, thatu l been needing asemimon a
Ci EMULSION is an loastome.


eJy bottle of SCOTT EMUL- Cpt. b Jobn C. Bodfe, of the L.
EONion mthe World, 1adersLuamber Compaiy, Epchoppy,
M-ON in- the W< .-pah. fnt udy and Nmeday ibtsin
m-mmts to many yfety. -.ty He took out Mw men who are
This great bw.aes hlass glrwn to cooking for timber Monoday.
S vast proportions. Red IMt from The anm
Was the ball that hit 0. B. 8teadman
Rst;.-1 ga tihe i-ofr Newark. Mich., in the Civil War. It
ae alwav'be.-n -Et hI- in caused horrible Uleerstbat no treatment
.v W 5 .... -helped for 20 years. Then Buck -n's
electing the' iW S s .e Arnita Salve cured him. Cures Cut
we in its ..t dy; -Brauii E-. BuMrs, Boll., Felos,. O'rnw.
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-r-w.uJ wmi ,ie Urnr s all subjects relating to
For S- crop raising. They are
4 'Aw LWphaittiijt.b .4 lying cat frev.
1t anesS Ieath of Tallauaee. me
a l lt eMd. maice Iwo-Mtiy brn. sGERM KAU WOR
ta ialilonl aille.inN n ir. .. tao .... .
e--ddbp forcaish. wESl al farming l I
-IvUMnr4, hors, etc'.. wish ll ,. :lIJf/ '
En .qq of rs. Alie B .tig.
-t Admi trix.
Kr. Mgry J. Wright of Io e-r,
. Y.,isk 'rwc-nt arrival a iasto p- |
a .ng atAli w-. T,, Wali-,ae. -
-r v ..e .- "." ." ** ".
day On a bujnew trip down i Liberty. t TrLu4htes- w vitd Bans icla
elln -y. ,s week
The GovWrnor' Guads Metu f ned fron Th- S .wabo1r r Line-rvo a ra eiu.ed
l~~itacola yeAte.day afternoon sad Il ral.lallwho .lt .h.IarO'le-
ps tmaelve delighted i th eir te Oratorical Asiociaton ein-eig at
trp. facksonville.
The owners of ihe old Floridian build-
Sa Al" rilg are putmiit it i1s thorough repor. I
wlvl be the liuise of Tlaliabiste's t i.t
CAS OIR. ijr'A diaper.
elk .t sand. ChfdA powerful engine cannot he run
I% KWM YoN 8mv Ahla with-aoer,an. we -can't,, k ,
..i- up the -train of an active life with a s
331111111l the we atf M '-k -tlopaciiah ne.ii>r cin te Astgril I*
.__" lr human machine to make repairs. If tl;e
.0i~ / 4Z W.sienamach cannot digest enough food to
ktep tie boly Ntroug, such preparationu
Adjutant-Generai H..ustou left Sun- as Kodol D.bpepstat ure bhouldI be usd.
oay r entar ola. tohI tend t carnival iaig Lif o lwalut d, y. o1 t aU, A iIL blllsjil
during the coning week. "liel1umdouon god. All a
Mr. F. C. Sheptrd, gene i freight r. lnkegeneral anigero o
aset of -the L. & N. i a a here Mr.e S 'ut Easterll, g;nr erale Ain ger o
S-- t .a y -, .. .. _f -*ereItile -ulli Enat tern t;nr -rvi -e Atw .Cm ]
day, rpreenming bi rail L.i w asii aing the railroad ollicia s in
Frequent Couagbhn i t cit y thlihi. wk ilvur tile Jailrua, -
diamnes8 l.e lungs. Foley's oneyard
lot 5I,* tise colgiini nd anheats thile Rev. Mr. S. L. McC4rty went down to
whih an 'ni.ly exectran will not ,ug.- He will return .jy Sunday.
doIhisp, as they keep the lu irritated
in throwitig off the phlegm. Wight & Perfectly healthy people have pure.
Bro. rich laloo.mi. Hooui's Sara arnlHi purity -s
BoD. William A. Rawle. h te Cier. and enriches the blood and makes people
4t, returned from a businesm't p through
West Florida. where he wee-ni ai far as Mr A H 1-ir,,..-. <.."-n i PeNsacolaP. tUlUokW a'te-r ertilr matters. tcndent of the A. V & W. R R. was in
Dep. Mar h id JtdM. Fr arrested itya ltedi "tle '-unUt the
J. If. All righton and wife, o Jefferslmi i roadoum.o.
coulay, for coamdueting an Ilicit dis- -
tiller near the head of th Waciss The Governor's Guards cannot speak
un%.r. *nd for Felling liquor wit hou a too highly of hear itreanient iyV lihe aic
licen.e. They were .r. ught before U. ze"8 of Pens,.co duri g their trip
SCon:niwslBnere Hdges h tput thilm this we, k. luc hospitality is seldom
u=der blnd to appear ou M rhi lhU, expert nc.d.
awer --to c per. C" Capt.i W. D. Denhla.,i. general super
A Misunderstanding inteiielnt of Planit System of railroad'.-
Misunderstood symptoms f disease accompanied by Mr. Jas. Me-nzes. gen-
lead doctors to treat e son ing else r legt. agent of that system came
when the kidneys are oitoft iler. Fo_ over from Thorsn asville Monday evening
eny's Ki'ne y Cuie will ;g g ouhe;it in his private car.
when other uiediciia.slav- tint d. Takt Workingi Nu0it and lDay.
vo suLstitute. Wight & Hr.W. The- ,Uiet a.d ,.htiest litt L thing
s. n n g 1 'hat ever wis tni:- is Dl)r. King's New
This town is now b -i in -stel wi' iLif e Pills. Every 1,ll is a s-r-cn:itedI
a lc O f t''u ris' s w.i v inW.I .I W t If .i'd ,bul...,is ,...lel l.C. Lmair. :i ieis C-W3 a ki i e -
live on e finally willi ILt ,l ig 1 i .n ,ll isrl. li"'li. n.i t at) ene -v
tact wit h.'l. liVavuebvg.. iJ-ro t, able ,i r
.a t ih. I .; y ""a t'. i .tr,. 'e I,raim-fag ainto mit-,ital io)wer. Tl'iirt t-
lbodird, inai.y of ta u., :uI ar either tu. wonderful in hiilebliiil up ithe I health
lazy to w ,er or. ae- loing roanl tu:" O.ly 25 cents per box. Sold by all drug
country ri'ltll0r the inipr-.:.sio ilihe weri .'
owes them a living. We ti; 1 O. 'VII- gis ts.
pathy for < either of thla-e think theoollie.-r-sholil u1ake ,heir visit. Clawforil left for Jact'ksonvlle todKly to
.-anconimfrtabule ein uglI for the.ui to 'orn ineln i l tie iitei-i'Jull-giat.) Orat ,rical
adilike for the toiU. Ass.ioi ition as tile representatives leof thil
wt___ < Fiorita Seninamy. Mr. Crawford
Ss Ptie~tldel, of tle As.. ciation.
Goro, l n' sMi rels. who gave a per
I' efnaim'ace here Tuesdav, were so hard up,
-- e'r j.kes tha thltx-e eapid to have rectAuitse
ae makingg somne very poor ones at tilhe

lr. N. 14. Bowezn went over toPen-
-acola withi.lhe Govert or and his staff.
tie e xpresata himself ass haviuga delight-.
Aul tune. The Carnival was all that
could be desired.
Dr. H. W. Provence, of Montgomery,
Ala., the son ot Rev. Mr. Provence, ot
thas city, will conduct a week of peach.
"ng and prayer at the Baptist church,
alhis city, during the week.
Mr. Clarence James who accompanied
"ir, J. Is Cohen on his business trip t,
N-w Y,,nk lbst wee k, returned yester-
day. Mr. Cohen will return later. Th"ey
selected a fine line of spring good


Early pedatrians Tuesday morning
mi t Street Seuperteedent W. A. Pupy


z"" dy dqrengthew the bdehf of iml
num b pYelels that*aspm ibleed ib th
-m ofthe mwi,kyuf ow r imm
Twemly-se yme spag.thiin theoy yea sd
a a barn fir time Runk of Br~wms'Imm
bir thdsme boldumbold reandy we
isehM a *pmevediat te tmy ineyweu






for es paddIh h
whaereinthe suiteassmm as ho time
to look-around a Htletf.


, Wa4Angton' Feb, 16A nibus claim bill, now pending i t
Senate, provides that th.e im of
the State of Floiida, on account of
he' Seminole Indian war of 1856-58,
hall -be settled .by continuing the
cAimputation of interest upon the
principal on both sides to the date
of settlement -and ascertaining the
balance due sailI State," there is6ioime
curiosity as to what amount "Hil1 be
found due Floiida.
In order that Florida should he
enabled to put troops in the field, the
United btalts a.dSanced $132,t 00 on
Florida bodts, iLued in or about
1,58, beating interest at 7 per cent.
per annum. The interest on these
bowls was paid to November 27,
I173, and no payment has been
made since.
'l he amount of the claim of Florida,
a. allowed Iy ithe Treasury. Depart-
mnent alter auditing was $261,9U4.21
the anulitor ayiing that, for certain
eiicunstsances he neutionted, which.
are iot material, interest should be7
gin ,fn.the SPIte's account January
1, 1858, "J t : "
Hlis report in- mbraied in'ieieta
live document No. i68 H. R. Fifty:.
first Congress, first s ssiin, atdedh.
finds the following amount to be due
the State January 1, 1900,
A griit -due the btate..............$261,3 94,3l
lintereot bthttoni ut 7 per centt,
.Iainuar) 1,1858. to January 1,
X)O....... ..........................56,732 85
Principal of bonds held
by Unisdd' ate< ....132.0oo 00
Intere-t fr.m ovem-
lx-r *. lM7;:(to which
(late in ere-t hat bWen
]oid). to January 1.
XM) ............ .. $148,712 66--8280.712 66
Palance...... .... .. 267.9M450
since e 1890 eleven years have
elapsed to the State's advantage, and
by continuing his computation it is
found that on .January 1, 1901, there
was due the State a net sum of $66',-
029,58.
SPARKMAN'S DEFENSE.
(Continued from First Page).
serves much at the hands of the
Federal Government, when her
treographical position is considered.
iler -more soulterly harbors lie
,nearer to the Tropics than any
others on the continent, whicii
gives those 'harbors an importance
not only local and national, but
international in their character.
Already we have Porto Iico; we
will always sustain the closest rela.
tions commercially and perhaps po-
litically with Cuba; the Ni.araugna
Canal, the pride and the hope of
America, will soon lie constructed;


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s e txtent he im.
prowel ailities for loaa nd on-
.bading= f cans for haig Ohem
rapidly over long WdianuS by the
inrerase in the carrying 4paeity of
carsvin the power of thbi engine.
and in tBe improvement of the rails
and .roadbeds over which these
freiehadeon cars are to.*be hauled.
tienice the difference in the cost
of< transportation bet*eOn the
lainger'an; shorter hauled. being so
-light will so.'n cease to eiter into
the calculation of shippers, while
rapid transit will lwiane n,.,re
arnd more the chef consider-
ation; thus the Florida p r.e
will continue to increase in import-
ance over those on the Atlantic aind
;ulf farther to the northward. Who,
then, can say that Floi ida. with all
these advantugea, do s not deserve
the few hundred thousand dollars
sue rrteives in this bill?
But, sir, her people merit some
consi-leration at the hands of. Con-
greSe, if pluck and energy count for
ankythiinr. The State has been swept
by top naocs, striiken Iy pestilence,
e'd*2bwi#ited (tropically situatedi
though she is) by killing frosts,
all within the last few years,
-m4cn t other progress has not been
impeded. For many years t.lh chief
production of the largest porti n if
Fl6iida has been the orange, in
whiih industry no State or country
in the world excelli.d her.
Million. of dollars had been in-
vests d in this industry alone, but the
frosts came, and in a single night it
has been estimated that more than
$25,000,000 of property was de-
stroyed. In numerous- instances the
hard-earned accumulations of a life-
time were swept away; but the peo-
ple were not discouraged, and that
Hipneer spirit which braved the sav-
.;ge in the early days of Florida'
history, which met calmly and un-
flinchingly the dangers and hai dhips
of frontier life; which cleared the
forests, builded homes, and planted
the garden, orchard and farm,, until
no land was more inviting than theirs,
came to the rescue of her people in
this the day of adversity, and, with-
out a dollar of outside aid, with
naught but their iilomitable will
and the wonderful resources of that.
great State, they went to work to
mend their, shattered fortunes, with
the result, that today there is not a
State ini th ULnion whose people are
1'i


she approaches n-arer to the Orient
and our 'possessions in the Placili',
between which alnd his country
thousands of mik-s ~ et intervene, the
State of Florida, tou,-hinm alm,'st the
shores of the Aimiille, i< telie ,atewav
to tile countries which lie to time sollii h
of 11us, ;nd Sl' hewill conti'.ue tio groww
great and i ich b reason of he c-nim-
iiieice tihat will g, he li'e to those
coueiItlr-ie.s-and cIanie biack from them
through our points, to be scattered
throughout the 4tlantic cealioard and
thie S Iouthern, middle anid North-
western States. (Applause.)


more prosperom than are the people
of my own Statr; her reinurws :,re
being more laliplly ,l-vvelo:*e-.l ihai
ever I efare, her iti* menLed, and-l Ir lppiol:atin ii
creased, 'until 1hie Conre.s.s Ia-
found it neeess rv to increase our
repre-seiitatiuii o tliist fi-r.
The gentllemas f om \Vas'iintOnn
has paid a iglowi tibuhtue to hi.,s owtn
State, and well, al dotnbi,. ilo.s lth,-
deserve the en- nmium. l1e r pie ,ple'
are progreesive and bright hlias I, tn
her career in thi field of ;adi anct-
ment. liit all li- is true f nmvy ..v
State. Theie is. no Cmnnnoi,wenlllth
in thi-s idle Un -n, from the E:-t to
the West, fionim lake to, (Gilf. whiioseo
people are more r.gressive or whi,'h
has moved mirt%raplllly aldirg every
line of hum in aval.-eeneini tii;an0 Ias
Florila diuiing eOe la-t Itwo decades
N.,ne has a igesater variety of re-
sources, of clhiiatle, or priinctions;i
none rests lieienah clearer skies or is
fanned by soft f* breezes: n ne plin
sisses n'ire m ij.stic rivers or m-re
commodiioulis uai important harlbr-;
and if the gentl.mian' Sitte. l' in,
well toward the. setting i .un, cVin
draw ine-piration frnomi the fact that.


Commission


I a


MANUFACTURER, MERCHANT
SHIPPERS' AGENT.
llave read y sale r r all Fori
ducttionis. SpIecial elenIandal
ent fr New Florida S.rI
Peas and Floridla l'e;nnit
talions on requeest. Corn
ence solicited.

REFFRX.cvFs-Any railroad m
wholesale nmerclhant ill the di

E. L. CROS
TAMPA, F


* ;Most everybody knows
* something about


.OldV irginia Cheroc

0 as 300,000.000 of them are bei
smoked this year. Ask anybody abl
* them, if you have never smoked th.
m yourself. They have m de th

* own reputation and their own pi
in the cigar trade, wholly on th
merits. Three good smokes for
S cents, and no waste I
STrhe lt adred million Old Virginia Cleroots smoked
yc4. Asi your own dealer. 'rice. 3 f.,r 5 c.als
aonsUEs


Ats


ing
out

CiO

ace
fer





I.'


. N. TAYLOR. CHILD,


T AYLH I SLD

Architects and Builders.


PIersi
p h colms, br s m s is fnecile
mill I ei

A l o s re i pr pt All kn l
b_: ill)
Manufacturers p planned|
of all kinds R aol onst
rough, and accrdAii
dressed lu4 the l :t
ber, mould.I pr
ings, stair met
rails, balust7er.__
porch columns, brackets, mantels. grills, fancy gl
ments, and turned and scroll work of every decrptio0n.
Lime and Cement for sale.


All orders will receive prompI Attn


We aurutee Oar Work to be First-Class in EieIy
Prices Reasonable.


Office, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air
lot south of county jail.
P.S


New Store! New Go,


REAL EIT



IOU,; IU ira ory i
11:, aid I'l' l i ke aLt1~
sh d' lt't~


F t ,Jl E'i Lii ;i.
a ba- v aI mai
-ma ro it ing-. 114 t ;:-4 arv III),,pill
to bity. w
ealte kit ta ip I L. ho:je I1le,c.z. n
..Ow ill ''a.-raioai 2 per ccL .i~t. a*




F ~ nOR !ATr-- %~zj us

E. Li GROSS


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we are reaching (jut to the two
Americas, Soutlih and Central, and tof
the West Indies, for trade; and, tf
the path of our destiny lies, as I.-;
hoped by many, to the southward as
well aq to the westward, tien our
rivers and lhai brs are not local in
their charac'tr, for there is niot.
section or State in thie Union not in-
terested in this southern trade, and.
consequently, in the development ul
those harbor.-; and every large pori
on her coast thus assumes a national
Importance.
Already Pensacola, Apalachicola
and, Carralhelle, ampa, Key West
and Miami have a r;ipidly increasing
commerce with Cuba and Central
America, while Fernandina, Jack-
sonville, and again Mi.ami, are de-
veloping theirs with the Bermudas.
I have heard it said, Mr. Ch'lir-
man, that the long railroad haul on
freight would act as a deterrent to
commerce through Florida ports,
and especially those located in.t e
far south; but this is not true for
many reasons, prominent among
which is the fact that the tendency
is everywhere toward the cheapen-
ing of railroad freight rates, brought


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lb-i


Frequent
iflasmes t.e lungs. Fole
lotr oto, tihe coughing i
'lumP. The ordinary cou
winm h art imply expect,,
do this, as they keep the
In throwing off the phie
Bro.
Bon. William A. R'wlsb
11t, returned from a busine
Weat Florida. where he
IPNnsacola. t, I fok a, tr ferI
Dept. Mar-hal J. It. F
J. I.-All-rghion and wife
4mouiny, for eciiducting
tillery near the head oI
jm-sr and for Felling h iq
licerne. Tipey were bruI
8. (Con'm'ssioner HBdges
mnder btnd to appear on
anwer to th.e chiKj-e.
A Misundersta
Misunderstood symptom
lead doctors to treat; I
ahben the kidneys are (outi
ley's Kint y Cu'r will :;e-i
when other medicines hav.I
eu0 bsLtitute. Wight &
This town is now b mgi
iacl-ae of t<'uris'. wecou l.v
live on eteinally with ut;
tact with. li vy are bug":'.
tioditd, mniay Of thhei, bu
lazy to work or. ate isoix
country udler the imprt.i
owes them a living. We1
palthy for either of th.
shink the otfi'-rs should ii
.auncomfortabletI n sugh to
a d"ihke for the to n.L


iU


SiSON in'theW
.mu"ats to fmmany in


=11 vast p

uw lwayslleenl
mobting the-
l~dIn its a
00-finest CodLiverl

puftt~yapbUFAt


g
Honey ar d
d heats the
th medicines
tits, will notl
i; g- irritated
a. Wight &

bmate Che-r.-
trip through
utit at far *.s
lizer matters.
hrbes arrested
of Jeffersoii
n illicit dis-
'the Wacissa
jr without a
lit before U.
'ho put them
March 5th to

ing.
of disease
nothing else
order. F<,-
g youA healInt
tailed. Take-

intested wi'll
wilh ;affrdl lo
)Iliigl in (ctil
+. large, able
are -iLiher tot,
g around tL'e
ion the world ,
i;i.ve no ,Vill-'
* cla.-e& rl>
ke their vi.iti.
thell to ornt


T, and is on
wS EMUL-
which now


tion yeary.
as pown to

? propieor
ot careful ia
Sngi'edients
nm, namely;
Oil, and the
S -.
they have so


always brang5iA prices.

To raise them success-
4 .
fully, a fertilizer con-

taining at least 8%

Potas should be used.

Our books franish useful I-nG. -3ioii oa
. al subjccb relating to ; -

S GfrmA .
GEMKA U KALI WOR
iNOe htY .


(' Al 4 -,l I -S. Vssllls .) Wat,* it io l
the rWllhi.ueeina wno visited Pensicola
chisweek .
:'Th.' 8almor.I 4 ir Line- gav a rviduMed
'att to all who1, itend'.d hb. IInter'O*'le-
ciase Oratorical Asvociatton mrueting at
lacksonville.
The owners of the old Floridian build-
ing are putmtii t it in thorough rep ir. I


wall be the houte of Tallahasaees it- n
paper.
A powerful engine cannot he run
wili a talr l oiler, and we can't .kl-,
up the strain of an active life with a
we"it .lopeiach neoeml r (an we safr Ihil
human machine to make repairs. If tMe
stomach cannot digest enough food to
keep the l o.ly asrolg, such a preparation
au Kodol D.jspepsa Lure should Ue usetd.
iLs ing aLt., wiaLy, au siL utsa* I tlesL.jn
t-au't elp but do )ou good. All dtal
erS.
Mr. J. C labkell, general manager of
the S,,uti Eastler CGar Service As4vcia-
Clau wam aliolig the railroad ofllicia i n
oile ctily tii wet-k bllurr, the R..ilruau

Rev. Mr. 8. L. Mt-CCarty went, down to
Jaeksonville by theearly train thistaorn.
aig. He will return i y Sunday.
Perfectly healthy people have pure.
rich IhlomNi. Hooei's Sarta arilms puirifi-t
and enriches the blood and makes people
itrati lty. .
Mr. A. H. Bar-r-1. .,.rnpr.,4 upai,-
tcndent of the A. V & W. R R. was in
tie 'city ai teading lte t-eaunut the
Rail road Coj inia.ioii.
The Governor's Guards cannot speak
too highly of Iheir treamiient biy ihe ,ic
izens of Pensaicolaa, during their t ip
this we, k. huclh hospitality is seldoi
expert noed.


Capt. W. D. Denhaim. general sup,-r
intendent of Plant Systemn of railroad'*.
itcollmpanied by Mr. Jas. Me-nzes, gen-
s-rail I eigit agent of -that system came-
over from Thon asville Monday evening
iu has private car.
Working Nmiht antl aday.
The busiest anad :,!htjest little thin-
,hat eve-r was ni Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
._,obu'" >t,," I';atl> tih. l 'tia tii ais t 'tkile- I
ltto s1reiaih. li-thiess s into euergvy.
lirain-fa- Into mental lower. They're
wvondertul in fxihlilii, up the I eallth
Only 25 cents per box. Sold by all drug
gists. ____
Messrs. Paul Carter and Win. B'
ClAawrorl left for Ja(k1sonville today to)
alten I the Inter-CGoll-giaw Orat ircal
Ass-oci-tion as the representatives of the-
Wek Fioridla eminriaiy. Mr. Crawford
is Pie-tdetit of the As. t citation.
Gorton's Mlinstrels. who gave a per
lfoinantce here Tuesday. were so hard up
'for j.kes that. they hald to'have reeouise
to nmaing some very poor ones at the
cily'" expense. *
Mr. N. M. Bowen went over tolPen-
-acola with Jhe Govert or and his staff.
tie xprebsms himself as having a delight-
rul ttnie. Thle Carnival was all that
t ouuld be desired.
Dr. H. W. Provence, of Montzomery,
Ala., the son ot Rev. Mr. Provence, ol
nm city, will conduct a week of peach.
.ng and prayer at the Baptist obureb,
)his city, during the week.
Mr. Clarence James who accompanied
"Mr. J. I. Cohen on his business trip to
Nrw Yorok last wet k, returned yester-
day. Mr. Cohen will return later. They
select a fine line of spring good
wh'ch will soon be ;open for their cua-
tuner's inspection.
Early pedestrians Tuesday morning
meSt ftee 8up-rintdent W. A. Pap3
g going to work at 5.80, grainy and dise-
gremabte the weather wa. e is do-
ing comiderable heavy work on the 81.
Ahu.wisew road, inside the corporak
units, that has been aeding attenion a
i logtame.


Captdai Jonb C. Bodge, of the H. L
Landen Lumber Compaoy, Fopchopy,
lspnt bu.dty #ad .Moidy nigpts in the
-cty. He took out ave men who are
lookiig for timber on Mooday.


SW ashintonu Feb.16-:4A.
nibm. claims bill, now pending is th
Senate, provides that the claim- ofa
jthe State of Florida, on account of
* the Seminole Indlian war of 1856-58,
Hall Ale settled "by containing the
computation of interest upon the
p irincipal on both sides to the date
of settlement -and ascertaining the
balance due said State," there i; moe
curiosity as to what amount will be'*
found due Floiida.
In order -that Florida should he
enabled to put troops in the field, the
United Mtats .d anticed $132,t 00 on
Florida bonds, iLuted in or about
1%58, beating interest at 7 per cent.
per annum. Tihe interest on these
i ,nls wa paid to November 27,
11973, and no payment has been
made since.
'I lhe amount of the claim of Florida,
as allowed lIy the Treasury. Depart-
ment alter auditing was $261,944.21
the anilitor saying that, for certain
ci cunmstancts he mentioned, which.
are niot.material, interest should be.
gin o'n;the Siate's account January

His report a it4imbrai*ed in-exec*%
tive document No. 68 HI. LFifty:
ihn.t Congress, first segstion, and-bhe
finds the follkmwing amount to be due-
the State January 1, 1900,


A grate due tht-e sat............. .261,934,31
Interest thetroon ut 7 |er cenut,
January 1, 1858. to January 1,
18 0................................. 6 6,73-2 85
Principal of bonds held
by Uuiitedf' tate4 .... $132,0(0000
Intere-t fr.am %ovnm-
b-r 2 187T:(to which
late in ere-t hai Ibeen
paid), to Jiuanuary I.
o ............... $148,712 66--2890.7126
Balance ........... .. 67.95450
since e 1890 eleven years have
elapsed to the State's advantage, and
by continuing his computation it is
found that on .Ianuary 1, 1901, there
was due the State a net sum of $66",.
029,58.


5PARKMAN'S DEFENSE.
(Continued from Firtrt Page).
serves much at the hands of the
Federal Government, when her
geographical position is considered.
Hler -more southerly harbors lie
nearer to the Tropics than any
others on the continent, which
gives those harbors an importance
not only local and national, but
international in their character.
Already we have Porto lheo; we
will always sustain the closest rela-
tions commercially and perhaps po-
litically with Cuba; the Nivaraugua
Canal, the pride and the hope of
America, will soon be constructed;
we are reaching out to the two
Americas, South and Central, and tp
the West Indies, for tvade; and, If
the path of our destiny lies, as Is
hoped by many, to the southward as
well a' to ther west ward, ten-a our
rivers and hai bors are not local in


their charact r, for there is no,. :.
section or State in the Union not in-
terested in this southern trade, and.
consequently, in the development of
those harbor>.; and every" large port
on her coast thus assunimes a national
importance.
Already Pensacola, Apalachicola
and, Carrahelle, Tampa, Key West
and Miami have a rapidly increasing
commerce with Cuba and Central
America, while Fernandina, Jack-
sonville, and again Miami, are de-
veloping theirs with the Bermudas.
I have heard it said, Mr. Chair-'
man, that the long railroad haul on
freight would act as a deterrent to
commerce through Florida ports,
and especially those located in the
far south; but this is not true for
many reasons, prominent among
which is the fact that the tendency
is everywhere toward the cheapen-
ing of railroad freight rates, brought
..0,,.-+ --
An h MIdef.
Erey day treogtbe the belief eftal.
sam, pkyeeism it lma ubed le the
eMe f the uity' eOf r diem..
Twesntyv.a y sp dge themay da led









faor hort eie, wd lete mete-
wheiar ,the Statef soorna uIs- time
to look aro.ad a H mloe.
to look around a lhit.


b1e nt rom The "am
Was the ball that hit 0. 8' tePadma
of Newark. Mich., in the Civil War. It
camped horrible Ulcerethat no tra.tme.t
helped for 20 year. Then Buckilnas
Arniu Salve cured him. Cures Out,.
BruiWU Burns Bolls, Feloi>8, O wM.
Skin optionsn. Best Pile cure on earth.
Weit as box. Cure guaranteed. old
by.adrugmib.

HHWn Htalinw nunff


'-p


TETTER1NE
Is a pleasan and powerful
ointment for external applies-
tion and will cure the most ob-
stinate and advanced cases of

TETTER, ITCH,
ECZEMA.
If your druggist don't-keep It,
write forit. L0c. abox. Address
J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga.
* Sole Prlprwtor.



A FO~NIEM


To those in search
of first-class -


-HIARDWARE3


A-k forj- -
IHif the. .


h Y CGfl


STORE '.


Our stock is complete,
and you have the ad-
vantage of our exp.
esci- i *e *


.CamtmctorL..


u g
hBilders,


In helping you select what
is best suited for your
wants. We ar6 not mak-
ing ay .. .


pi e 'llities for Joe 4d un-
bMig cars, fo.r bafu- : ihem
a idly over long da sit bi the
iervase in the carrying .apacity of
carigin the power of t~i engines.
and in tlte improvement of the -rails
aid .rbed-s over whtih these
friebhjtah cars are toq'be habled..
lence the difference in thetcost
ea" t1it rotation bet*-ren the
liger andahorter hauled beiu so
.light will soon cease to enter into
the calculation of shippers, while
rapid transit will huv.,ne jnore
and more the ch ef conlider-
;aion; thuse the Floridla .mr.#
wldl continue to increase in import-
ance uiver those on the Atlantic anid
<.ulf farther to, the northward. Who,
then, can say that Florida, with all
these advantage,, dots not deserve
the few hundred thousand dollars
sHe rew-ives in this bill?
But, sir, her people merit some
consideration at the hands of. Con-
gress, if pluck and energy count for
auythine. The State has been swept
by topw yoes, sticken lIv pestilence,
dauid4iqited (trop-ieally' situated
though she is) by killing frosts,
all within the last few years,
A814". t her progress. has not been
ithpeded. For many years the chief
production of the largest porti on of
Ilotida has been the orange, in
*whli h industry no State or country
in the world excelled her.
LMillions of dollars had been in-
vesht d in this industry alone, but the
frosts came, and in a single night it
has been estimated that more than
$25,000,000 of property was de-
stroyed. In numerous' instances the
hard-earned accumulations of a life.
time were swept. away; but the peo.
ple were not discouraged, and that
Pioneer spirit which braved the sav-
aige in the early days of Florida',
history, which met calmly and un-
flinching y (he dangers and har dships
of frontier life; which cleared the
forests, builded homes, and planted
the garden, orchard and farm, until
no land was more inviting than theirs,
came to the rescue of her people inl
this the day of adversity, and, with-
out a dollar of outside aid, with
naught but their indomitable will
and the wonderful resources of that
great State, they went to work to
mend their shattered fortunes, with
the res-ult that today there is not a
State in the Union whose people are


more properm)o than are tlh people
cf my own Stite; her reswures :-re
being more .,apitqly d-veloped tha.
ever t efsre, h*r we-axh ha I h, e.*'I ab-
mented, -and her population i*'
creased, until thi0 Cingre."s ta.
found it neeessv)ry to increase our
represenmtalion on this 1 wr.
" The gentlema,, f oem olnshinuton
has paid a iulioing trilhute to I i4 own
State, and well, ,no lon(bt. 4do4s hel,
deserve the eecomniumu. 11 r pe pIl.
are progrresive and bright hai is en
her career in lhe field of ;allsanct--
ment. liut all thi. is true of iny ..wn
State. Theve is no Conmonuwenlth
in thi idle Uinion, frnm thie Ea.-t to
the West, fionm lake to (Glf. whose
people are more Iprogressive or whiir-h
has moved more rapidly alorg every
line of humin advae,.-e.ent llta*. his
Florida 'during, the la-t two lde,-ales


None has a greater variety of ro- t Uj, s_ l iuv
sources, of climate, or pr.inMctiions; Oilo SAL -- %s:.(i aisiw
none rests beneath clearer skies or is 1 snger rpV. j.I. .a
fanned by soft. r breezes: none pos.
ssses more mi jestic rivers or mn-re T T 2 R'
commodITious ani. imlport:nt harbor-; -E. --,
and if the gentleman's State. lhinr _
well tow,;.r.l the setting ,sun,, c win yo is1 -
draw inspiration from the fact that
she approaches n-arer to the Orient MANUFACTUA ER, MERCI
awd our 'possessions in the I acliti', S nIPl-ERS' AME-"
between which and this country ,' 'A "
thousands of mies %e-t inti-rvene, the Ilave ready Je for all Fla
State of Florida, tounharl almost tlhe ductions. p<-eial 'Ieman
shores of the Antille,, is tihe gatewayv ent for N Florida
to tie comuetrie-whilich lie to tie south l Peas and Florida PeantU,
of us, and she will coiti'ue tov grow taiions on -re-quest. Co
great and cich by reason of the c0im- ece
n.erce tL.at will gto hence to those
contrite.s.,andi comite bi:ck from them E; RFiRENC'ES- Atvy rail Ud
t rough our ports, to bhe sittered wholesale nrcliant io t
throughout the Atlantic sealoard and --
the Southern, Middle and ,North- E. L CROSI
Western States. (Applause.) TAMPA, A


* Most everybody knows
* something abo t


SOld Virginia C croo

w as 300o000,000 of the Are beli
sm ked this year. Ask an b dyabo
the if you have never s oked th.

Yourself. They .have -ice tthe
ow n reputation and their oan pla
in the cigar trade, wholy. on the
Sme its. Three good smclcs for fi
ce ts, and no waste!
T r chundre million oal Virginia CLe foots smokc
Year. Ask your own dealer. rFnce 3 fir 5 cats.
ousuB3umeueo~ij~f


W. N. TAYLOR.


I


Ice.


Is\


TAYLOR & C HUi

Architects and Build




Mill I -


Woi


Manufactt
of all kin
rough a
dressed
ber, mo,
ings, stt
rails, baluE
porch col
ments, an<
Lime and


Allow



We Gum



Office, Sh


k

rers
sol
id
nm-
Id.
ir


ama
theI


Sinns, brackets,, mantels. grills,. fancy g.
turned and scroll work of every description
Cement for sale.


OSr will receive pronft tte



eft Oar Work to be fRrst-Class in Emi
Prices Reasonable.


p and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air
lot south of county jail.


Phone 8F. *


Ner. Store! New Go
ivt


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For SR 'j
`Oak LMM ,plaastattiij~. 1ISOrau.lying
I 'lWuth of Tatlatas FUMFloewan
35 &aeej, ice'I WO-tW7 mow...barnp
iU~nti all -in Stu n-nreu. Ti,
S~dd tbg~p forWcth. "I 111farming
~lm'amnt& iors, e" etc, W~i Ilism
7171q" of uMr& A~le -[,ivl

X.ma iN J AlWrgoh t fRoot es-ePr,,


NE Overtum Be'rnard left on Wednvs-
day bn a bub non trip dowvn ~to Iberty.

The *OvO~emor qtmtds4gtIturned froth.
W~u~aclaye~eredky afternoon -end.-siSl
C's xmtbemselves delig~ht with their


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l aic Wild Cn I ;w-.
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