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hOAKLI'URD ~ r'otor. TA I.LAH ASSEE. ~ IIIU I~SI)A i~ MPjRCIL '~ 111111. 1 XXI, NO.
I~'ItUI1~A ""'v' ~ Voj
S7 received a miust duect from the Pres. reversed and new trial granted. President" Murfree, f the Institu- way f Georgia, Alabama, and a River
UlvN U ident, is not known. But it will be Opinion by Mr. Justice OCrter. T. tion. in which ie offt ..j a h:,ndlsme Jnn .nm, Fla.. will pace Jack.oai-
interesting to see who is sent to A & B. B. M eDoanell, M. C. Jordan present fPor the mem r making the vill inety miles nearer Montgomery
Sttake his now very important place and John VWalate. for plaintiff in highest average on the irregular de- tha Yv any rather route.
rss Winds Up ItS BS1-' when Commissioner INtukhill has error; William B. Laniar, Attorney- ba es from now iuiil conmmene. Te runmor is arain revived thit
esC Hook or Crook. bri .zed over the interval. General, for the State. ment. IPre.idehnt MA4ntosh, oif the the .iuisville anid Naiville has
&SS Hoot orCrook One Sunday sometime ago, a Frank ltoberson, plaintiff in error, society, alto offered a prize fi r the Ionw it I. L. Benn-ti's controlling
thirsty stranger left the train at the vs. Thie State of Florid:a, defendant. seconul best grade o4 irregular de inter st in the T.llithssee and South
BIN AKING SAMPSON down-town station in this city and in error.-Daval county. Judgment bate. Kt rn Ro.ad, which has eeln sur-
asked the nearest person where he reversed anl nfew t;ial granite I. A communication was read from vove fr. nr T.ollmtiso., to Gaina'rs
could get a drink. The nearest per- Opinion by Mr. Chief-.iistice Taylor Ilon. William iB. Lainar, an honor- ville itil has tracks laid a',id traiun-
a Set. ack -MinisterCongerRe. so,, informed him that by getting on T. A. & B. B .Ma.-)Doell. for p tiun- aly inmetmbr ,of the ,viciety, and the runn ira some twenty miles or more
aled it is Own Request. a call car and riding about four tillff in error; William IB. Lamar, At- judge entil *sel a che..e whihh swelled out If ':ll hassee. It is known,
a hinr on, March 2 1901 ti miles, he would be beyond the Dis- toniy-Gtiier;al, for .the S!ate. the l-oietv's trea-urv. .- th t. Ir,'. lB'-iiett has sold hi< sio,-k
orn, ar hr l it 19it -- tiit lines and could imhiibe at, a \VWii:.rn Miv.l-ell and Anthmny* By a ai.ing vote, ahe TI William i:.1 hits i.-ne announce-l liht the
prel I it elearedl uIp its buisinessM I l ,i s r i f^* i tl I
ok atscrork la i an extra sese Jint run in Edefiance of the Mary- hMins, plaiitiffs in error, vs. THie 1). li,.xha!ni was electtl an honor:trv piaurc i-Ars wi:t In-gin work at once.
isa n1 roger taonn it ra Kghle, land local option law. Whereupon, state ,of Florila, defendant in er- nmemb-r, anti a e'ommitte.e was ale :tnl ivtraklai' to
s18 n 'o min r lioug p i u!ai ll :Lit i we ina' i -k W to -the u 1 waitnee
h '. tih n a te il.ioi; the stranger remarke-l profanely that ror -Dvval eomuity. .lJulgment af- .,pirrel to notify him 'o his election, river' v J.un I, the li' itof ti,1 ex
the'* eriiilentantanthermllion-i he knew at la.t why WVashington firnned. Opii.ion by Mr Justice This mik--s oiily tfiree homatrarv tnesIS ,grante.I ly the last lI,egisl.t
.e ioi byios the aontrolin of arthe was called the City of Magnificent .1airy. Geo. U. Walker. for plain- mnemnirs elected so far: Albert A. turer, a, the ames of the pur.haseirs
Ifamen men to the alo l'hllin o;,,e Di-taces. This is apropos of the tiffs in error, William B. t amar, At- Mirpl.ree, William B. Lam.r, Will- li;ive ot been announced.-tensa-
ilo, w h will prevent th e fran- ainaguation. Wa-hington is an torney-General, for the State. im D.- Bloxhain. e.,l.i ,rrespomntent Tiunes-Union and
S h wil l prevent the an- oldI fashionedi place, and everything Georgia V. I Hollamd atd James .J. lieI ani llack were ad.-pted a- Citiz .
nds as hev are looting Prtohe n the.way of bu-iness is suspended IIHland, appellants, vs. M11ry E. the so-iety colors, and the comnnitee T h above is merelv pirt of
bu itself is hadlsu on the sabbath. There are no Sun- Webster by next friend E. ob- to elect a yell fr the city re- the rise on th Times Unin
it to e an extra session. ff day theaters ir sacred concerts; the tison, appellee.-Daval county. N[o- p.,rtei, the following, which wa- corre tndent, and has no
h eraad o Of sal, ons are all closed, and most of tion to, qitash appeal granted. Opmin- adopted: f- fun lion that we can learn.
tisle*lthrouhfb in the e -i [lithe re'sltaurants, thile barber shops are ion by .r. .lJusii,-e Carter. T. A. & It ickety eax, co-ax, co-ax, The 'lallaha1see and South, E itern
I hart. r -bh en purpoly hel, not allowed to do business, ant the .B.B. Alat-Donell, for appehll nt,; E. Rack.-t eax. co-ax,
u .nt.i.t ..t"o sellyere he.l d- ntews-stands are closed after the P. Axtell, f-,r a.appellee. We're ithe stuff! Ye., we are! York oiI lIsto'a c:apitalsts,:who in-
Sill to h,.e w rel e noon h Bour. But Monday Iwing In- Georgia V. Ilollani and .Tames .. Anaxagorean-! .iii I:0i1! Rah! t
lut stilloort ir vigrilanie relaxed -o g.t
S tni ila.e t l- uguiir'tirlon day. the city will Ie tilled IHollo l, appellutis, vs. \Vilbr l pedit of other F ida transport
to ierni its pa-*age without ihe- Civil ADpin sct,
1o1icid. hisb la-s aiwycith r- with strangers on Sumnlav, who will Vel,.-ter, apphellee.--l)uval c.unitv. ICivil Ap esoi i. Iidn he ri
i- o l s wait to eatail druik and he men'rry M..sion to qu:uhl aipcal rrantie-l. TP. Governor Jnnings .bas male the- ec
izid I uilnid-up of Congirres S Secnd Jdicriil Circuit.
al s i Itieey will need to 1,e -havyed and A. & b. B. Ma.
alw; s all, but there has not FM .\ x e, t au le F. \f C ai. of w'uwr 4ttl'e.)iii W. '1 boe ani S'te'
e tiii, t tohye ta .t want to Iluy newsp:-pers, anid tie la:t; E. P. Axtil, for apellee. e[.M. Crlto,, of Willow, to tbe
ee, linl t to analaiyze them. .\ :e r W. Walker will he-
e f i e 'ek6 of th 1 titR a;ers wre plaillinlla to' offer the'ln -- -- no':Ir piluic f.r the S:ate a;. I tge t f
li h lehf t wor. luhreaks of th I ti. Iis t Lecn Academy-Feruiry. Alahic:, f ie' *' C-t <> thi co.n.
ent.,ai,,.+,t wh.n the DiSrict .yS Brah, ,,f Ap:1a1-. .,,laU, t,,
:le y ihe pub ns at SLL -Pauline L rnn.ler, he ]ot:uy iA for-the Atxie a(l 1. <.:tin th="" thir.n="" mon-taa=""/>
t.es mioolatas coin niel iln thetC hillsepped in a anti ii e e i tary culii for the S e at .ta
rt ton a, e o ain', lh l l i '-n L athe C l .rs t e tI inI a l D ell r,, -n, liu ;ah FIerr.;' A ,nrne i .11 a .. I*i,, t e hpii term f
,e .. o, t.as con; .r., it, f ip rv- u st: ted tie po ice to n,,tify all ,o arge.' '
Irt Ii P(N V .-c'Mial- illnIll. 1h'[ ,utt.'. N -il [1 '1,f M'"tint1 1.hi, 1, n -1, ,,heC '4 i! C ..I:I ri as I ) :
martoe po 'vch alr'sa anh II- H'e ^eerne I that they wo N :i, bMaia.n i w n., Uitr ae .Al, '', I 1. II.t Mad x, of M unt Ta' hr-. t "-t.h, C I.I uas i litons:
mitt.d oli hurslay hvy a.omnit- e. h a ll Mary (0w ,ni Fm, ut,, a is, : h to urvy frC, l ,.:' tv A Fi,-tl., ...,L'. y ,ounty, on thd.
ap|hpoint I onlyon a t ur.lay to it oe i i <.' i l v "l. '' liath Jit'- sona, l vl a Iv r. w w Vhie I' !i .a t hi l. ,.:.y in l1 u"h.
or.'er has ae-d.e"e \:ite Y. \V fhe, ,f :.ari-va to
l itirate othem. Natur ,lav toti lel a c,,., ciri etIartr, A inniAte,.e,. i- to .e .r uIt unte. r, oint county,.
Lgha_ te ih co ld rie mad I ,ment. There is no way ti. parish a '>l t .e 4, tary public for -the State a y
u.h see'ch coulIl be made and oi r ,, 1. h u r o Fr't li, h,* -,d >o k. l.re, on th .furth, .4 ,+n .v i' .l1:rci.
comnrtite mt-relvy admitsti. he \ h- Qrtean .n Ar orl3di.; A olr.t a.r..,;, lrank'h countAn
i iad t h for kepiang open oia Sund;.v except \ i '- Q rteri a, A o l, John A. Davis, of ,oqtIs, to I,. At r :' a '
S- ga y gmaly enul:. lKeit, .lielnie M er, Theo :,() on t irst .1 \ i lil.
w,.leuge to rvoke their licenses aid h ie tle' e nota 1 pliiie for. the State at lar'e.
tou. l e employes of t ahe ages a few dollars in the police l ose' a',M;ay ot'nm I.e:aa Bran. .Gv,'ge W. ,tozrt;, of "wizr-- ty
se ummh ra and their agre- Geit Cart r .Jula Chwres, Elipsv lilt- PI- 1 o'.1ill .1r:.
r courtsit. but a re-olution rhas passed e, Carttr, .u (hmr.s, lIs ant, to be .Juat.ice, of he Peae tuo sl.i ,iti A. .
pay 6a ut $410.001 era um.K l. At. vil, .J.lI'e ': utU ,
layi'al ut $4.0 i perantnum. b,,th louses of; ,(,nhatgrsrgivinff, gK.1hLee il. Laverht eDiotict i SIt. Jol.. s cov At.
conmmnit, e clas.-iie- the abuses Commisioners of the 1)ist.i.t i,. Brown, l)ongla-s Birb-mur, Ford Samuel 1). 'ich-, of Nptun th.furth le.i-la.t in. A.-rni.
er Iheee h.eds: Transfers of crea.sel p*wer, and it will !probably lhrco, Horace ae VanBrun Hnter to be notary public for the State a Atrawforlvl. Waku county,
loes fro- the duties of the po- be effeBtive in closing everything but Bannerman, Alfred Averitand John. e. ni l~.t .l.omlav .n laty.
tn t lri.., they were aypomnte-d the churches." I l.avenaher. John Y. Detwiler of New Smyrna, county,
heru."i_,unjutatiale payments Non ROLL, FEBRUAKY.-Herb telsh commiioncr for the Statet d.y, tile 1Pth of Ma'v.
i]t>hensat-imn to employes while Letters Patent Granted. rt -Flkel, Charles Dumilly, Wdale- f., i-a Chacej Lcim:.
int from eir post of duty, antd Lptters patent have been granted mar Leydock, Edward Lavender, P ay Jackson, of New York, to Mr..J. C. lBoyl.s;on, .a;.l Mi.s Sa-
oni of satrine, Many details of by theSeretary of State for the in. Clifton Byrd, Ruby Barker, Sasi. bcomis.io.erofdeelsfor Florila, ,lie L.. eipges were h-lpjlpi! uiitel o
abuses are given, bitt tlhy are corporation of the .Afro-American Mrgriff, -Charlie Dennard, Gen "m State, o New York. ,e.th.er; in the b.uis of miatrirmoj
pilicte.and amazing that it is 1, Istrial and Benefit Assoeation of Va-sBrunt, Marie ock, Lo.tte- Proctor of -Suimerfield, t 1-brutnry 2', 1901, lIev. K.-.ilv of
ttItun restand h.ow th-y could the United States of America yith Plh.hard, Beatrice 1 n t1tistable for disuict 23, Marion tictatirm. The chi-'.*h wa.s beauti-
rown Iju"p except uuder. Jb.e head .6flies aItt-Jafonvile .itia ,*. Robe1.., fully ,iecorate.l with fl.wer-, anl
g axtrvagans rule that hs capital stock of t5,0h0, to ensure the son" J-no. C(lark, Cr ell ein Jose ,,h Iensehen of'Orlando, to be b verotn. ThP ot-(a;on was at
e1 at the Capitol si..e tLie ad- lives of memlbersagaintst avcitdent and .ynwood Ev.ns, Emmi Brooks, nory public for ihe State a. large 'tnf*-,i; by the ciiz--n- of he neirih-
ubf the "lig combine," when the le:.uh. to care for the "ick and bury Clalia Co Nellie Davis, Pearl rh >mi a' i mayt frins from Ti-l-
h-azh. to care for tle sick and bur '. brh ,oIl ant maiv frnt.a'ls frona 'Tal-
blicans r gained control of the the dea.l,buy, sell and improve real McLin, Archlie Fenn, Frerth Wil- Officers Cpmmissioned. lhalias-i, L.oy-i and Centievile. \We
sex yea sago., ani personal property. J. Milton son, Orlina Lewis, Clifford Sutton. Adj'iutant-General II.u-ton has wi-h ti-'a a ionr4 aidi h1ppy hlif-.
he ring t at has been backing Waldron, Arthur Walls Smith and .essie Wnlliams, Frances John.son, commissioned the fanilowing officers Mr. ..T. V-ektl was in our villag,-.
.pson and di-crediting Schlev i. A. W. P.iv.e are the incorporators. Hlen Carter, Katie Barker, Helen f.,r the military company recently Saturd.;v ass-'ssing taxls.
thv incensed over the publication The liarnett Land C-ompanl y of .Alford,. R Sa Farrior, Erelyn Itoz- organized at Marianna: Captain Johln Mess'. J. G. Ch:uires, and S. D.
he former'" iniorsement on Gun- Jacksonville was incorporated here ear, Norman Sutton, Willie Rze-ar, Miltoi, Jr.; tirst lieutenant, C. L. IHihwtoer w.nt to Thomalsvilie, Ga.
SMorgan's application for promo. td'ty by letters patent, issued by .eain Monlgeomery, Mtud Holley, Wilson; second lieutenant, Georag- to buy a lot of horse'.
WVhile the sentiments ex- the Secretary of State. The capital HIelen axon, Aliunie Lavender, C. Horn. J. II. Clay and A. M. Mrs.3 M. E. Patterson returned
sed thereini represent with great stock is $10,0100, and the company Mandel IRosedale. Kinsbronuh are new enlistments in horre tle -'5th, after being with her
ura,'y the iteas of nine-tenthis of will deal in real and personal prop- Postoffice Thief Caught. the Leesburg RItfles. mother iluiring her seromiuis illness.
officers- of the Navy, most of erty, machinery, erect aind maintain ., Jt Tuesday night the store of THE FAIOUS OGENTRY SHOW. Our little agent, Mr. O. S. Cox.
-e have taken care not to put bhuling', buy and sell stocks, bnds Mr. J. Ferrell the postmaster at returnee home after a fIhirg trip to
mselves on record as holding etc., act. aswarehousemen and oper- Oclckonee, w's broken into an All Brand New This Year. lrwn; F! on important I.
m. It is amazing that cadets at ate steamboats. 'Ike incorporators robbed, the thief at the same time Professor Gentry's famous dog Mr. 1. C. \VWilhliaIs pr d throu-h
ih .Annapolis and\ West Poinn, are WV. D Barnett, Harlow Barnett, robbing the Uited States psfice, and pony show with mny new act. our v ale hst VWe.l'nesay n route
wn as they are from all walks of and Bion g. Barnett. that was situated in the store of and features added thia season -f to New ort, aecomnpaied by his wife,
,from the Ijighest to the lowest, four dollars in silver, and fifty seven 1901, will exhibit under cmvas in ;r- t.ey will sple, a f-w dayt
ul. almost immediately develop The First Picnic of the Season. cnt in capers. Coming to town, this-city on Mday, March 11 o,, with th.n r father anel mother.
aristocratic spirit and look down The Oak Dale school cel,.brate-d Mr. Ferrell recognized some of the Myers' show grounds. The sihow is is [i. E. Childs is visiting Mrs.
Sthe class to which their own the closing of the term of 1900-01 goods stolen from his store, on a decidedly thie best of its kin:I in the E. O. Sjaith.
hers belong. Yet this is univer- by a picnic on the school grounds ni,.gro, and had him arrested by Mr. world, and never fails to give the Mr. .. G. Danbev was killed hv
Ily the case. Admiral Sampson Siturday, March 2. J L. Ferrell. of the city police force best of satisfaction. The entert-dn the butr.jing o Mr. C. T. 11i noock's
miself is the son of an Iish laborer, It was rather early in the season, The negro gave his name as beint, ment is strictly mor:l and enjoys grist ml. lie leaves a wife and
it'h d1igger,:and woEked with hi,, but the day was as pleasant and the Will Myers. Only sixty-five cents the distinction of being the only sever l n tilhre to m)Irn hID lTo.
herwhen a boy. For him to ob-' weather as perfect as "a day in were found on his person, however, traveling show under canvas, that in- s ie r rthat Mri 11.,. Thomp
at to the promotion of-a gunner on June." of which three were copper cents, terferes in no way with any belief, so- s vE4y h
B ground that the latter lacked so- The music for the occasion was One of the coppers was recogmized creed or religion, and is end-rsed by Mr. l-rn'lon, of Arran, has ac-
i Standing would be almost incred- furnished by Misses Belle Brown by Mr. Ferrell's clerk as the Oclock- the clergy and school sqperintend- cepted position as sawyer with Mr.
if it werq not absolutely true. and Mattie Saunders, who per- onee Dostoflice Dostoffica. byv some ents wherever it exhibits. a,: .T.-ru ,a^- ~lat I
e result of tvie letter has been to formed on the organ, and Miss Ida peculiar mark on it as being one of is------- s ern v,,ie, ,h herrl, i
qiel all prospect of Sampson's pro- Smith, who picked the guitar. the coppers stolen from the post- Weekly Cake Sale., is spendg a while with her rela-
tion to Vice Admiral and has ex- The little people passed 'the time office. The negro had on a pair of The ladies of the Associated Char- tires, M and Mrs. Fisher.
ed his navy partisans to frenzy. very pleasantly in playing games, overalls that Mr. Ferrell recognized ides of Tallahassee, willoffer best r shipped
imiral Crowminshield, for instance, The Oak Dale school is one of as some of the stolen goods. This home made cake, fancy ani plain, for aIdo hard wio from this place
ad of the Bureau of Navigation the best, country schools in the may prove a very important arrest, sale -Saturday morning a4 the store andexct to ship seve-al more
Known familiarly by the enidear- county, and the term just closed has as this p:stoffice has in the past been of the Tallahassee Drug Co., from on. B McMeek t ed
title of the 'Pirate"'is now seek- been a successful onq, notwithstand- very frequently broken into and 10 until 1 o'clock. Orderkleft at the MhrFa. e in re rn ed
for some p text on which Gun ing the prevalence of mump, colds, robbed, but the United States de- Drug Store during the we 'k will re- .sy ar an et e visits
Morgan be court-martialed chills and other sickness. tectives have never been able to ceive careful attention. -Price list to o r leMsin- mer.Pant son."
a charge of having made the en- May the crowd who met at the eatch the parties. The negro is shown on inquiry. O on lere andthsou
cement publ picnic enjoy many more pleasant o- now lodged. in the county jail, and closeduthere and opened up
minister Con er.has been recalled casions. the United States authorities at Platonic Debatng Socety. business Qncy e op
his own rt guest" from China. OxN WHO PATTC1PATED. Washington have been informed of The Platonic DebatinD Society su 88ess M i88 i adventure.
me time ago, attention waspalled the arrest. held its fortnightl: debate at the Mr. Jiik Fleming is going to put
this co pondence to the Proceedings of the Supreme Court. State Seminary, Friday afternoon up a turpentine still at ths place and
thods that ve been begun by William 0. Herring, appellant, vs. Anaxagorean Society. The question for debate *as: -Re- will soon bave it in operation.
tain inte parties to force William R. Fitts et al, appellees.- -The Anaxagorean Literary So- solved, That West Florida should be Mr. J. .uncan is progressing very
Conger to request his recall. VolWsia county. Decree affirmed in city held its regular meeting in annexed to Alabama. slow ly p ng the A. .
e old game anonymous comrn- part and reversed in part. 'Opinion their rooms, at the West Florida The affirmative was advocated by Church. .
ications fro the State Depart. by Mr. Justice Mabry. B.M. Miller, )e wnary, last Thursday, and the Joseph Shutan and B.'A. Meginniss,. M I Chaires has returned
Ct to the was then being for appellant; Stewart & Bly,for ap- following question was ably dis- Jr., and Harry Prounce anc. William from an 'extended trip to Punta
ted. Hint hat Mr. Congep pellees. cussed, pro and on: "Resolved, That Byrd spoke for the negative. Gorda other points in South
was una iofa-y, that hIns Wesley Hearn, plaintiff in error, voting should be made compulsory." In the regular and irreXular de- lorida. .
twas St down, that he vs. The State of Florida, defendant J. T. G. Crawford and A B. Clark bates the discussions were awarded Miss J Footman is spending
099 TRACTSAIJL LET
r Georgia PNue an Abso1p~te
Uj~T PROSPECTS ARIE D
FPelzht v,,, -cs, Quicker Tas
pwv~tatjifI Facjijci.:, s, Fic.
F~e "fit Williv*il,5 Of tile Georgil
P i ll '111 1 ) f C o m P3 I 1 V I l a: 4 h ec ip ij
tLhIL f y4 11fill-in t ile pas gt w eek op 1n.
4f f l d ifthe several cenfractrs
wh~wi-ii t.) hild Ihe roldi fromi here
to a ilbrIiige. lu-day it wa4 4n-
Will *~t ami.Iwe can S1te authoji
IV(jy tihat the whole line has heun
!*-t4L~ coutrautegi f'r-a,,id the work
wiiifile eolimeiict.d ituredi Itefy alod
plstdto coIi)Ilit~if rI. 'rue first src-',
t1441110f tile road, about fiftven miles
ii lj'r.ikil gIjt. bt veIeui Tal.hihia-siee
a'"I~Ug~.1111'rinpoint tEu thle Ocdok-
ill e" liver him lobeen awarded to AMr.
TL HI.fanks & Co., Of this city.' The
i);l.Alce of till road heii-ga'waruled
.JffllflI )aVillsoll, ieero
l'il illvi e. and C. P.
64i '14 Mr. C. P. Iiar-Iaway for all
I rt--tp!work :nid tl ve:tru.,ill!. z i.i jitt of
%V:IV- WA, Ill .,!t 1~ tile nnan
fit t h4 I-ca:t. iv for Ill-, ItIlli1 u(It~tipletionf
*.*t'-w k-. 'i.on~w~ u
tin )l~k:11li! 1 *iver i 'h ot Y lien
VGPL il i%,i -otV I lot-I(e c SI'I 11.1; by
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Ow~ %,v ,:iI.i uf 11.i-s hI:urlvlt a a tuc1h
111111A fLjrk ill ***uBy I ll-tiit
I-mll? tlie Ii1;" W1.411.lit! ''art ed
I ir'tI!zI oir mn'':ir C (74d,?u14 111a See-
loim itg lie V.!i'v ybet. ltfarl i~ *glandl
G;iiI i~ 1)t )' vlos t vwrssi e artners.
W e l1tlu,'rst~lmj that ttl ('it!za,1I5of
74 0114,)'.41 have raisedl a l~irgye hONIs
(11t.1 i't~tle.. l 4-11.; :if-)(- e fianilliar
Wvidl 6,l CO'111;t('tc-.If ereullit tw far
rtie !1cft. prmno1sn4:, a.i it vill at once
It si. very 4-v iptivatfin~gtor o. e l~
Ilhat he eair,y (Con) etI..it of diii'road
is st led1.lFor '% e;i,r, Id:iahaszpc hns
lo~ok.il f-irwardi to a n'-rtinerzt outlet
alld mild have iia better tkau the
'nit, I 1W ~ I
Ti beat-fi'ft-4 to !)e der'.vv"ifrom
tile ;~-i;; it;-)'!!of this r i'O i Iv~il not
be c iin. ~ h~~a.*n
WalJ '~~rto tP.* of'e. tu
p*p lit tI I u, Pa I- we l* e e' .;It d'als 1V r
week :tpo, it will envd tt-fim
erz, Lolgrow vep''t'a-i. larid 'frearly
j~arlebi truck with a py i -IKct '. soine
6t;11 iAz return, Which owi t) ,thle
yxe ". freiih,tiLt4?; lt ch
IpI'odu e ht:is ill the pa.t 1(.'iiII1)os.-
..ible.11f the ouwner. If th'- IlT13
elated over her injihtL ,prospects,
and h.a every reason to look6 for-
ward t a lprospe.itV that will be
fimited tnly by the energy and pro-
gressiv nesa of her citizens.
he Engineer Drownqd.
The .steamer Capitola left Carra-
belle fo- upper river Frid.y and near
Mclnty e in Crooked river, Allie
Yent, tie engineer, went to the cap-
tain for a settlement, and was told to
go dow- on the deck and answer the
bells, aid he could geq off at the
landing. That was the last seen of
him. Ilis hat was found floating in
the waqer. News was brought to
Carrabele of the accident, and a par-
ty we from there to look for the
body. e body has not yet been
S Disst. Lands Sold.
The ton Land Company prop-
molid at K nmee-yestenr-
THI! WEEKPJY TAT~TAffkASFJ.AN: TIMUSDAY,i)MARCH 7, 190L.
C. -~ J -
Hruqj, south. M. B. H. Mabry, 'as-
el9 ,. trerAulihig te'very -ti-atti II
O '.4. .abbath Schootl 9:15 A. ..
Meenifn, Wednetlay iaIt :3' P. M.
N unHURCH, Rev.S. L. McCArty,
ServiS will be held regularly every
IJll.O'A. M. and 70'I P. M. Seatsare
the public cordially invited to at-
ndlay Stchool atl.00 A. M. Prayer
Wed ehday. 1:30 1'. M. Union Chris-
evor Meeting, 3:80 P. M.. Sunday.
CfhiCHC.Rev. S. M. Provence
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
nday. sUDday School at tO a. m.
meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. A cordial
e 8 extieuded to all. ._..
NS EPt;i, OPAI. CEnUtcH. Dr. W. H.
Pa3or.,. Ser iets: Prutching every
-li A. a .; 7:j. P. M. Friday evening ser-
t7:3i P. M. Sunday School at I A. M.
COLIC ClIAUCH. R eV. J. -. I-It gir l'tc-
Tces: 1i igh MatX and Sermon alr A9. M
a ;P..NM. V apcr as HDIGliuedic-
eck day'. )lar-6:45 A. M.
Lb lil sit ..-m .li;l t o s l t' all
at cost price., ai The TALLAHASEEAAN
IF. Ih it,rvh -i -' i. t > t I ( I V (1 n ..
o.,J ;.. i I cy -ulecrinttindent. Preach-
'i meti s Iup.m.ay night. Cia SMet-
Yr h tir ". a y .
r..l. F. BILIMNoN. Pastor.
LECTOr)rz' it.TINGO '* 'l Ie Iari (t Dirct--
i- A.i -.rY A ,Ciation hoidI their
-. ,toi iin;riF:-nd. i cvimnofe O t'-
N I F. i(UI., t t(l t le lb di" rrar if11C4 ,1 -i.
S t I :.,'I ..\, r- a l t~it t :. li7I. p. h .
J1S *Ail iI fg) 1; A-
1 B. \ L N. G
S, ; V .-- I nt n, n.r ; --, C
L. Comii.\",t. r.
L V., ,. --. usur ihnoling ,1 Ar'
hi- T. T.: ily Lvvei,;Is i o eac mo1l thi
Ei 'I( t .' ,om. at 8 (,iL oi'ci k. i 'at r-
$ ,, wd ngarv ,nviv d to :1ttt d.
F ,. ;>i.3!% liNiT S11. .C1t .
H. Cn N.v Y. RScribe.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
le.--o L i,- No. 3". mPet second
o 'lr, ill;oTidna eveninjasof each mo.0h
aa, I'Ha E. IHILBRICK, Dictator.
KNGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
,o Lodge No. I K. of P.. meetsevery
ay eveiiing in Castle Hiall. Visiting
ghts are cordially rvitei to attend.C.
JULIUS ISALL. C. C.
F. HILL, K. ofK.t. 9
ST. PAUl, LODGE NO. 15
B. of the K. }
OIs i n e,tilg every Wednicday even-
at eight o' i'k, at its Lodge room up-
, one door east of the annex of the Opera
le. All mcmlkrS of the Order in good*
ding arecordilY i vitcd to attend.
SA. sTAVFFORD, W. C. J.
se regular convocation of Florida 1t. A.
?ter No. 1, will be held on the Second an
rth Mondays iof eah enutnn at 8 ulock
W. M. MCINTosH, SR.. Secretary.
r iti'iiiar ticetings or JA(;KSON IoDGE
1, r"e .h. r the t krt add rd~ Mondys
mcb nmoih..t i 8 o'hckk. P. M.-
WV N. .INcTIoFH. Sia...ecretarv.
SE ra. essiO.al lards.
R. E. M. ItRI VAltK
W. W. WALKER.
Office over Capital City Bank,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
E. LEWIS, DItlTIST.
date 1894, University Maryland,
Baltimore; Post Graduate 1893.
Haaskell Scboolj, Clcagoo.
Preservation of Natural Teeth,
Id Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
rates a Specialty. Gas administered.
J. H. WILLIAMS,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
Repairs all kinds of Househeld articles of
rerydny use. Trmnks, Baigs, Satchels, Locks.
eys, Fastenings. Guns, Pistols. Shooting Out-
. UmbrTellss, also Bicycies and Sewing Ma-
aies. Shop ion Jefer,.on Street, near New
Ity Market. Work done on short notice,and
low prices. 35-tt
A. J. FISH,
--AND DEALER IN--
unmoner, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
a stock at all times.
elect stock G
t, opposite St. James
f Gent's: Furnishings.
ck of Stationery,
p of Readable Books,
s, Leading Maga-
onicals and Daily Pa-
the meet healing salve in the world.
Foley's Kidney Cure
mak*S kidney& and baddea rcht
Foley'S Honey and Tar
for children,safesure No opiates.
Foley's Honey and Tar
beals lungs and stops the cough.
*HOUSES ON "MADE" GROUND
The en-son They Teem Wit* Ma Kla-
ra' and Noxious Gases.
Good gravel has so largely come into
.request that many suburban lands
with that valuable substratum are
quarried to a considerable depth be-
fore being sold on building leases. But
It is essential to restore a level surface,
as even the most speculative builder
would hesitate to run up "neat villa
residences" in deep holes. The owner
frequently gets over this (itliculty by
allowing urban refuse to be shot into
the excavation; in many cases he even
exacts a small sum for every load tilted
on liis.ground. The surface bling thus
leveled, a year or two are allowed for
the soil to sink and become compact.
Occasionally grass is sown to give a
natural appearance to the spot-
All is now in readiness for the build-
er. who proceeds to lay the foundation
for his "terraces," "avenues" and "gar-
dens," which he subsequently adver-
tises as "on gravel soil." So they are.
but between their ground floors and the
gravel lies a thick stratum of partially
decomposed rubbish, teaming with
malaria, and not for many years will
the deposits cease to give off noxious
But the tenant, coming from a dift
ferent locality, knows nothing of the
"making" process to which the plot
has been subjected. When, therefore.
Ill health dogs his family, he puts it
down to defective drainage or some
other structural deficiency and sprndi
money freely on remedial measures
without the least benefit. All this
misery might be prevented If it were
legally prohibited to build human habi-
tations on decomposed refuse until the
soil had acquired a wholesome char-
tctr.-- -.:.':,u Giobe.
Good advice Is like castor oil-easy to
give, but hard to take.-Atchison Globe.
A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a sure thing. Bilious.ness, sirk-
hopdache, furred tongue, fever. pile.i
and at thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liyer. Cascei-
rets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10o., 2.c., 500.
Sample and booklet free. See our big
A ~,- -
- -, '- .,.
For honest treatment and a speedy cure write
or go to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway whose
great reputation is a sufficient guarantee of
satisfactory results. C.sultationl by..i Free.
~ Cor'rcr'od or -%Weak 'Back,
-j w ..A ay S: X. :44 -7Ly 44~ u...~i~Paialu1,ii
-~ :'cS hriethwlinme: Y~u-- c~. retiiment, iBloody or Mlk~y Urn"_,
,*. j i or L~oa.lt:ui, ;i~ '.11 (11di ~of Vo ': -art.Lu-;
hin the ;immtoi-or thet ~ 1* t.: :U~~ dta ; :1-o( ~ r, :tpur
r --.' c a a pure, !ttrAM:'- ;iY .::.! L i imedical SIicnee.
t -Itc I'v ee.ri'cspon-
or ......- N 14, v i *-.: -- ~duu always sll:-
., ~ ~ % "o-.. .1tcaU a '1L 1 ~ A.r 'I'vCe C P( u btI l~ished :ald
':y-e~ '',t~,r ;- '~ :aA aI' '.'wae't Call
5.%:.: at aiPrO'eaA''a ~ -.'C HATI'AVJJAY, MI. D.
cu 'i.i. sai-annab, Ga.
"HEAP Sr LL."
The radian Itnew v ,'..- !eo lante.
ait', .'. ; .cret t, .c i It.
Some ludi:Z;s l,'( i ;;.::; I;:! '"
W ild W est. : -:- ; i: ;.:.::( i. '
blankets aii :; ,.:, :: :,: ::.. .:...
of face laint. ',v ., ii ;: il, ;[ .-
of the city one a;t'rn:;, ;a 1i i; .'s :. .i-
td down Wah.ut strer:. single tile. a:;;i.
headed by a buck wi wi ;w und thi',
gave a grunt nf ;sati:sa !c
thing that pleased hiii <.;-~ht his eye.
they halted in front of a drug store and
gazed at the window display for a
moment. Then the band filed Into the
establishment and began to look
The 'clerk thought the place was go-
ing to be besieged and that he was like-
ly to lose his scalp, but when the "big
chief," who acted as spokesman, ad-
dressed him with the customary Indian
greeting of "How!" the clerk regained
his composure enough to ask the Indi-
an what he wanted.
"IIH,'p) selll" was the reply.
Directed by the Indifn's r i;l;er to a
fior Over r'ii'l Years.
YMr.. Vii,:aw' ,:oothing Syrup hi,.-
i t~'ir .-.er fifty year by s M;it-
:' *,si ', ;,i.'ti;,Trs for ti.ir '; childri'n whihl
;,ii wvt', j terf'c('.succtes It- otll-s,
'/ "::* ;d, oitolns the 5Uns1M, alilavs :iJl
.ii, '*'ir n wh S ole, arld .s tlhi i-.'t
V oy "or diarrha. It will reliv-.
;'. <,f,,r little sufferor imnm diat.,l3.
word. v w(.enty-five certs a lot tle. Ie,
S.ture and ask for "Mrs. Window's Sooth-
',;i Syrup," and take no other kind.
slowcai-e. the clerk prodlcd a :. :.'
soap. The brave took it gingerly, re-
moved the wrapper, smelled it and bit
into the toothsome looking article.
With a deep grunt of displ',nsure, he
handed it back to the drug clerk. With
a disgusted look he remarked, "Heap
The clerk began to tremble, and the
Indian pointed to a perfume bottle in
the showcase. The bottle of perfume
was handed to him. The Indian held
it in both hands for a moment, closely
scrutinizing .it. lie slowly removed
thie stopper. clos-.ly watching it as if
he expected it to. explode, and took a
long sniff at the bottle, gave a grunt of
satisfaction. handed the clerk some
money and led his band of braves out
of the store, to the delight of tihe fright-
ened clerk. who lhad not been in tlhe
pra-tive of waiting on real Indians.-
Kansas City Journal.
ANECDOTES OF FORREST.
Why *he Confedernte Leader Declin-
ed to Correct Ilia Spelling.
"Counral ["orrest of the Cou'ede'rate
arnny," said an ex-Confederate otlicer,
"was a militai'y genius of the tirsto
rank. Without previous training or any
developed taste in that direction he
went into the army from a place as
overseer and attained commanding
rank absolutely by merit Rough and
uncouth at first. he became in later life
a courtly gentleman whom it was a
pleasure to meet and to know. 1 re-
member oa one occasion some time.aft-
en handle and is shaped something like
an anchor. Any man Viwho wants one
should go to a hardware store and ask
for a pickax.-Youth's Companion.
A fool forms an alliance with the
straws driven by the wind: a wise mian
forms an alliance with the wind.-Chi-
"Ap Mnd an a latterr"
Probably vvry few persons who fre-
quently use the expression "AAs i:tid as
a hatter" have any idea: as to what it
means or why a hatterlis necessarily
any more subject to lits of anger than
a plumber, a blacksmitlj or a carIpen-
ter. The expression is; said to have
come into use half a century ago, when
the manufacture of ifjts was done
wholly by hand. The most striking,
thing about the process 4yas that of the I
beating up of the felt. l4he hatter first
dipped the mass of wool and hair fre-
quently into hot water: then. seizing a
stick in each hand. he belabored the
mass most vigorously, topping now
and then to get his breoith, until the
material was matted together in a
rough sort of felt The lively beating
administered to the felt. as if the work-
man were actually incensed, gave rise
to the familiar simile.
An Uneven Congest.
"They had a lively boxing match at
Splinter's the other night."
"How was that?"
"Splinter came home late, and as he
passed through the hall his wife's tall-
est palm touched him on the cheek.
Splinter was in an excited condition
and thought it was somebody's fingers.
So he struck out wildly with both fists
and succeeded in knocking over two
palms and severely bumping his own
"But why do you call it a boxing
"Because Splinter put up his knuc-
kles against his wife's palms."-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.
Why fiI Life Wan a Failure.
"Yes, I consider my life a failure."
"Oh, IHenry, how sad! Why should
you say that?"
"I spent all my time making money
enough to buy food and clothes, and
the food disagrees with me, and my
clothes don't fit."-Life.
Counterfeits of DeWitt'. Witch Hazel
Salve are lialble to cau-e LI,. Oi !oi Soni'g.
LI ave lhem aloe. 1'w o0 itinal has the
niamle Deitt's uFon the box and wrap-
per. It is a uhamnbs and healing salve
tor Akin disrafes. Un quailed for il' -..
UNDER THE SUN."
WI ti who have gone before us
lave sung the songs w, .sin.
e words of our clam:irous eiznrus,
hey were heard of tiue ancient king.
e chords of the lyre th.: -ihria us,
hey were Etru-& in ih, :. ar- ;one b
d the arrow! a f death ltat ki!!'-u
Are found where our fatiirs Uie.
er 'the wai- coming .*p the Potomac*
with him I wanted ito introduce a h
young woman who was under my es-
cort. Ile said lhe was flattered by the r
request, but that he :could not meet
her unless she kne, perfectly well who Ts1
he was and that he was not held in LA
high esteem by the northern people A
chiefly on acounmt of the Fort Pillowv
affair. I assured him that she was fu!- Ti
ly apprised of his record, and then hlie
went v.-i:b tee to meetiher. and she told 4
me later she had nev4r met a more at-
traetive man. Be
'Earli-r in his career that' is. be- A.
fore he had I-narmcd to spell-he was
asked by a ycung lady to put his auto-
graph in tiher album. Hle wrote his name T1
as requested and under It his title. na- F
jor g-':; ral of calvary.' as he spelled it
The lady eniled his attention to it in a
very delicate way. and he looked at it
a moment., and with a full,.consicious- W
ness that he w: i' askingg in that rea ;lrd
and with a lhc:Iutif'ul alid searc-ely to be Not
expected humility Lho .Siid. ic(t it stri:1 *
to show how ignoralnt <0r!:i'-.il "orr1, 1.-t
is.' T!' re a:':' not r;>:y ; n wIhn the
Vwould i::tiv.' (!1one that. I in m1I(i: ;:1!| 1 d1
it was the !ittlh things th-at shlw, Lad
thie iman's true gre:itnt-s."--New Yurk eata:
( i .e ." ,l ,,- c-. l < ,,r i t i i !\- <. g :; "' -
( ;Iift. 1; c u i'. y r ;:i- ; t ;c i ( ",!l .s It.' 1- L .a ri
It is ; ., fir. f.-,r ,'ri).!,A : i;!l :.-I ma; ;,) a l-':c,
htn-h Ioo. :' i ; \v, hi ::r i ti r 1m ,iy f[,r- run
w b" II)( ',i;.I 1 ; ^ Al i l ;! 1
'lPhi!nldepi; ia FIeline lI)Jililnty. a e'e
It was during the naturall history brut s
hour. I trll t
"Give imnc." asked tLc teacher. "a e eknir
example of the alleged deceitful char- ail;
acter of the cait." of tl
"In restaurants it is sometimes said simple
to pass itself off for a rabbit." answer- Is no
ed the head boy.-Philadelphia Times. davit
Divining lRods. the s
The only trustworthy divining rod ships
that has ever been made is fortunately Learn
cheap. It has a steel head and a wood- system
ere is no new road to follow, love,
'sor need th-re ever be,
I the old. wiil its hill and hollow, !o7e,
enouoli for y',u and me.
-Ci-ari-s U. i.a(on in C.ntury.
MODERN SAILORS FEAP'
VInds and S.ens, 1b an Inuon -
on 'Vh;<'ie Seu
Her e lpihs! >;n; a;re t_. t,,r:o- o
a' rin" w!ai;n." iai'l :: o
WVatir Callin. "'." 'i a th!ng z.:
ouh un dry ia::'. :,ut ii::;i;.
i0ai.i ,f I hat ki'il :it i
-nint, (-;!' s out t1i -: i (itr:-I it
- thlt ai, n'rtc' 'i. ,' .t ;
it:- If : '.' ;"y : ,:a '! .; :. "_. .
y sht, .'.,-, in i,, ; .;.: f ., r :.
!n e r i- i: :::
liva;! ,,r .- ,.l,-'; :.:it" :i:r n I :;;:
1tc "y no ch vw !:; lin .," ':|i,;-. ".,',"
(ell up to ti h!i i r ili:;-l '. .:.r ;
I In; -' *\' is 1:1t : i i,' e -.. :I. : .
l.*y A < : A l,rs y );;
;Woop i ;!. ;'V11 like Iw.li :ninl o'ut c,
r sk ay l t'. ;i r a: tlI i" ...-
mie float "g w'--ca:" -o iis sure' !<
tal'. A l> i.hcr .r'-A ::l )n, on thi,
ry, will blow a : l:! as i;' a '.
d tuniuel right thr i:m:i tlhe ea.: r
I h llll. ; l thi'- st. i(-!:'n ve-sei
go',.s d('o.n lik. a sh't. There
imne to unfasten a boat from the
or cut looste a spatr.
the o:!!iion of s-mn. ni, at is
ry of at least ')( per cent of tIhe
that leave port and are n'w-r
of af -ai'. L, c''!:.ixy th.1' 1ii, !.- i
I i, ;;: r In !* r ins, --I i' !
oni"ly strict ar ld thor,.i! ,!i. iu. it
)s.s'.i leh to ;itpso!it:-.'y prrve" nt
[-sness almi fr;- ud, anrd of;'n
1%. no doubt. the fault lies witi
irIc :4 an old -'-ory of a drunken
-n.in who mistook! the ther-
[ 'r f'orfi ?*h .:h .:*: :n ': :t, :i| c;iss-
1 their stIe k:'rs la.;;:Ui.('. lIe couldn't
' plriesui-i above 4). 'tiat yarn
Strdiy ho!d water, but I've seen
lmost as bad. I a;i g!ad to s:y.
'1er. that during- the p:aSt 10 years
uas IW.-en a sic tldy diminution o4,
I4mnnl.r of vessels which 'mys-
Tly disappe:r.' That is due. ti--
I)1 !'ui :-; n. to the incrias-d
g;i(cy of boiler i!:spection and the
ti- strictiness of examinations IIx-
us lics:,'. is is:su.t: P ', in, i.'"
rfheless there is still con-si:ral-!',
u- for improvement in bl.lh
eies."-New O.rlet;:-s Times-D )emo-
tie Georgian language, spoken in i
mountainss between the Caspian
llack seas. dada means mother
alin has no more right to say Pn
vil thing than to act one, no mere
to say a rude tiling to anutLer
to knock him down.
Are you sick? If so, irvestliatestli
merits of iHerLine. It is a conc- ntrit',,!
medicine. the tlse is smnill. y(et it jquiickly
products the niost grattifying r'-:4ut-3. 41i-
g-stion nnprovos. tie lips an:'l rhii-..is
lose their )palor, the eye heconm s i'r:ght
and tli' tep e(-latic. Pri'e, 50 cents.
Wight & Bro.
Double and Single Teams
BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.
S/AIDLE HSTA -LES.
A Family Mediclne Chest.
:A family? medicine.chest for ten cent
IrTapretty litl,, enameled metal box
u have the means of keeping th
wvE le family i.e:ilthy, from baby togoo
0!ul grarl-pat. G- t o your druggifst and
; a ;it ix .o C-'r.-ts Caidy t athartic
fo tln cerns, a lu s.e tha. yo(u always
hl t- themt iii the house. Coli, sick
hi KI.uaci,e, dysij-psia, p)IJples. ,ieepless-
": xc. warcis and nearly t-vry ,other ail-
11i:-t are utired lv -tonie f.;rin of eon-
-ti ~ition atAi n lhat ia t6-, %-,x uti have
:ai -1e-ifct rc-m-dy (ialx\as 'It i : m;il. Save
oujr o, ltor blillk ;U)ni pr.-. *-; l rious ill-
itts biy tli( use of th' t -et. .i"'..ty little
:i-. of -car .y L; at wn::.k- 'W \ 11 I and
). -% i y l t wctli. \V'e re(c.(iu-, .'I :. ciSva-
Sit ,' all ,,ur reailiers.
TJ LEDt t M Ht CElaRii
: r sia-is .ni t 3 u ii
e -* 111 11;
- I~npi- :i~ ';:: a -
- ( --
l"'j .i~p L I;'iJy tf *' Py -
~~ ~-F ET C, W..C
!jl (-~Uut dui',a:-:eyad pcrmnan z- '
xar-:t.; :.11 An;,nrrcs
I ~I:," sCiL '.t 4
0'-- 1A.N E. 0 .4
SAD' Cc- AS 'ci :h-ILT
SBoc*"oi f .:- 'tnt"*
Co, SIGGEfi"Pi-`.nt Lawyer. Washinjor, 0. C.t
EV-ciravdy Says 5o.
M. 25. t -50cX '[ .( 0
: k. i.-re Icby a!I :01 :.l
u ~ ~ h
* 9 t~ -
W. C. TLLLY.
is easy to tell when your nerve-force
vital power are slipping away from
. When your day's work leaves you
iry and exhausted; when you are A&-
vous, irritable and sleepless that your
hits are passed in resless tossing; when
L get up in the morning with no appe-
for breaLfwt and go around all day
- Cr' -- ~-uIc cii'
I:'' 1..f -
I I -
I' -'--'- .al -t
tc 5 a~
-'1 :.* sAc; -,
a' *9~ t
- ~ --
' ** c .
"My nervous syst having been greatly
impaired by overwc k I suffered a great
deal from nervous and a tired, worn-
out feeling. I would be so exhausted after
delivering a sermon at it would require a
day or two to After taking a few
doses of Dr. Mile' ervine all that disap-
peared.I could go sleep at night and
VM-am-- u m0% fq7."*m U 1la
t vanity sung of the preacher
* vanity stil tcdayv;
t moan of the stricken creature
las rung In the woods always.
t the sons- are worth re-inm-inr,
With the change of no singe no
id the spoken words are rini .nc
L1 they rarg In the years reuntt
, ,\ V '
F.Ir -- --
"JU'Th>AY, MARCH'", Dl W.
47" -- -
ferring thle mo-t iniortatt matters
until the last hi'hrs of thi' session,
has again proven disastrous to a hir.e
portion of this country. This time
it was theI liverr and Harbor Bill"
that met its fate at the hands of the
,4perpetual"- talker, and Senator Car-
.ter, of Montana, is the gentema:n who
has brought himself into disfavor,
among his Southern colleagues es-
pecially, by committing the diabol-
ical act. Senator Carter was among
those members of Congress who
viciously attacked the bill, merely
because it did not carry an appro-
priation for his State; and when he
found an opportunity to kill it with
a thirteen-hour speech he eagerly
grasped the opportunity.
The whole country is more or less
affected by the failure of the bill to
pass, hence the press at large is ex-
coriating the Montana "statesman."
Being from the "wild and wooly
west," he doubtless enjoys this kind
of notoriety, though, unless it be
that some of his influential constitu-
ents can see through the maze of
selfishness, the great harm that has
been done and, make him feel their
displeasure by the withdrawal- of fu-
ture political support.
Commenting on the failure of this
measure, the Morning News, smart-
ing under great disappointment, fol-
' lows its usual line of conservatism in
1A.. allaInina Anmmennte "In future.
dc the towl amoung- of the appro-
ma iona for the weasion. They know
hat comparisona will be published
bet een the approp nations for the
CLn trees just ended and previous
0Un resses, and that the former
woun I make a very bad showing in
-uch a c.,iinparison.
"i ut it is not the purpose of Con-
4resPsto neglect the river and liar-
mhrs.' That being the case apipropji-
however, it would be unjust to
charge the Republican tariff with the
deficit. But the war with Spain did
not add to the- expenditures for
1898, for the fiscal year 1898 ended
soon after it was declared and all
appropriations for the year had al-
ready been made. Last year the
deficit had chanted to a mirplus of
$7!,527.06, but nothing else coulI
have leepn expected of a tariff im-
I -* I- -1 1 *
' ;o.. .._.. ."..,
JOEK C. T 8m. RditoU and Proprietor.
BIDS FOR CONIVCTS WANTED.
As will be seen in another column
Commissioner of Agriculture McLin
advertise f.)r bids for the leasing of
"the State convicts. All bids mun'a
be in by 12 o'clock, noon, WeVdnes.
day, M[arch 20, and no bi'! of less
tha:i :130 per -capita will be c.)si(l
This vill set at rest all further at-
tacks that have, for the past two or
three weeks, been appearing in a
portion of the State press again-t
Governor Jennings and the other
members of the State Board of Pub-
lic. Institutions. During all these at-
tacks, however, Governor Jennintgs
has preserved a dignified silence
conscious of his own iectitude andl
good intentions, being well aware
that the scurilous attacks came from
only a small portion of the St;ate
press which reflected only the
opinions of a few disappointed
and interested parties.
Considering the fact that the
convicts have been heretofore let for
the sum of $21,000), ii. may seem very
remarkable to the public in grenetal
that the Board announces that "no
bids for less than $130 per capital
would Le considered."
But when we are assured
that as high as $180 per capital
was bid for a part of the convict-, we
san well see that the price, as made
by the. Board, is not in the least ex.
The good prices is a direct result
of the competition that was brought
about by all that "flurry" several
weeks ago. Until then the Hoard may
be said, to have been groping in the
dark. They did not know how val
able the convicts were to trie lessees
-but, (when fearful of losing a good
thing) the various lessees bez:in to
bid against each other--they let th,.
cat oun of the baL, and showed, to the
Board how valuable the c<'nvics
The practical result will be
that the tax-payers of the Slat:'
will benefit .to the extent of
some $1i00,(000 per ,nnnum fror tih
next fiur- years at le:nst- which will
we think he c'n.idere'1 a sufficient ex-
cuse, if any he needed, fur thie Boad.s
recent "et on.
TALKED TO DFATH-l
'Ihe policy of leieyilative bhdie',
almost universally pursued, of de.
say, Si mi
oth! r Ip
to second inauguration of
it McKihley, last Monaday, it
cou se, necessary for him to
thing. and like a great many
-ple have dane in ihe p')st,
fhe mistake of trying to
ig showing out of the very
llii; -g thi t Wi .iAl have., been b)".'t
hitft i n I ltiollel. Caunparing thie
tiaiani'ial (1111j:tiou of tta' ('i-.illt'V at
thw lime$ uf his iii-t1:1lI':'tionlttu
he sttid: I: "fThen our Ti%,-;iuiv re -
'eilpt.5 Wk o in.aa'aw t ota: ifutiet I I iI
'r-ItL 'A' i. tion e he -uveri
Ill j-ui~')'itv-s'd-awldweirve l;xea -ur-
145lo iiitf.aidf a4 I 'i Illst'-lle-
iii'i oft 4 'hiist ''. : a't"a'i
flit. stlatis tal "it o'fiI ban'Times-
VU11ion'1an1 Cilit-11e, and thle lat t'r
p-iusiai1) a dl;aisidtF into th-. i~le~s life
"l~ini jthe v'ar entdiqu'-t wi,,l
JIn -, IPs
4, ,a ]opuliUcxan tariff
htm e reid tsnaew
On all sides by place huniters, awd, of
;'eeeS~tv, either give out these
places in return for support, or-re-
fu-;inr to (do so-endatiger their
chances of election. lMay ny mre
.,imtilar- reasons mifia bt e givi-n fair
wiselv.ahlavdloniwrjg the ail-Iplan, binl
;lefill-l ore, in tf;(10114111 to ihea
abo~ve, wifl wifit'o. 'L n~ri the riew
svtrthe vail uminuoas reports w~ill
cl(ieal tlIQIIvi ll" inflie fC;iv j (IAivs of the
sess!it', whivi ha tlthoormsgwJIll ha~ve.
31711pl lisme to coni-iler tilvi wit bout
enlau'teri iiI"tile lass~eIdi'ofilmpiut-
anrt. H;a:s;i an.Ire!t- ,fore they have
il-ien' I r';svtitied], a-A a ridle, duiri tZiv ,ni.
a''.aill,: 1wirl-s ivheulI-.)tni wa ]..Lt
f-r al jug I-vxtkiia- futiler If h 1al Io
MlI ka' i nil- Iii 'iito m-ccei va'the irepl
:1111(ider' it, s;'r' ad learn Ole 'j~uaw':d.
'ier'it wa.- lost 1tie~lmniALle titiceillt
t i e i Il i; i of 01her muiat-er.
I-.-. ;j. ~
I r14. W. F ~a: ~oit:. I LL
-j.-wc- or f~aait~t''rc -I .~ apyi 1(, r Ilbit-
p-~get to -the history of the United.
,tar...,,sand to that of modern history
in general. The. civil war had justs
closed when many (of the older
teacbers were puipails, now that al.
ra-ea ey e.nes like aunctiet history.
;i. ith Geowraphy, the rn-ip of the
world is now required to tshow the
United S'tates wit It her new posses--
ioris, when oflve a part of the ma;. e4
i lie waip'tern httdu'-4phiere stific-e-.
New ali.-coveries are hejit" nuad,- iii
i lie seieice-4 avud the "-revi-ed edait-
I-is1 iii -i m~ be bo ught. if wewk. tuull
i(-a(h()ie- ourpulis lshe I tt'est alkeover-
ies Wil' t tiv-ir rewift-:t.
Thits far we have disvuised the
raect-sary (x-~1tte .r thea text
I ook,,l tawl if lii .' fact B ~ra'cogirilz 'ut
111h-re will leie hess complalaat. Thle
tl-et'%:,e5 uf oldhi s oh, h o' k i.,
ra-cogatj11Z'-'l 111t, the Sam~ie iatv a.i;.lii-
to eVer~thIli ~ hg whctile new 41IW
esiIIvo h 1. a Bill: t~*i i' tilla. n e-4
S311V (AXt)(11ehiNC SOS)ge, hite'r
t. "ery efo rt. shoilal he na:Ldc 114)1to
iuacreas~e tileex(pe-l'o ii'tue ~.s..'
Sonte t~t~ach'iiei's ave a nuitnna faor
a-fialniiirlg text. hpo- tks; Oil-% ar.- never
s;.ti-fivda. Now every teachier'-f ex-
p1wriettie kiiwws ftharth de ret-uilt4 of
ie.awhing ,dej 'a'n'l nitoil1 ie text.
bio b1 ut on ile ICteaa'iii'r. No Ii timati
liiclij:C111 Wri-iwie a treatistMe II aey
.atthj--vt that. call be natsib :iti a'tot
ly by every on(-; I bert-fore intist''l of
,4.ard-hinrg 1 ,r the hook that itill
ill'Ov ,U at-),,vtha'r .r:i4 tac r', Whit id
,;ever na i ie founul, atiake the ttext.
book ..ulf~ervit,-tt to 3pin.l anal
t~o your irt-6t','l, b" your own
text_ Ii. ok -iaid 6)'low i.oiic Si t1vishlli
Ar ol] will find tOat the ra siilhs
wil be illost qgrat:fYiallli. l'ak, art hi-
nietiv. for exampie. Vltv lavi-4hlv,
I tll(;w tie text book?10 1w asei.4 a" till
a.,; arlot!l"er, I hail a! I. stJS '10:111
:L, atiother; (xercuisC your (Iwil if,-
'ten itv to IV(,- tilette *, t 1),) k tJ it
aloei n~itpi)zve ~ativsf i.tar'ta dalraw oil
i oitr owna uirntle-oimr,.t' for ie
anda jirohla-'liq, andh ye it iv';"I tv
better restults Ithan Whetre you slL--v
Wsilr foil 1w the t~xt. 1),),k.
O(if'(iurs"I -', 'nie ho'ks are hope-
lesslv lba-11,and! in u&4liesuiet'l-,
ihfit let the 11t'-chrgas bti uvetle Waith
,hie einfitniu. 1,-t. tlke Board,~ of
lPuih'mic bstl34e~(tia'ilie 1w. mlp r .a'-Lra
lestti hoe b k atnt5 C I t'tle. 1'.1i
ia )achauige aif t'1,xt b.,%ks hvilat-
enl-in'r offers of ilhitr' I' I t.*t a 'y or x-
chai;,i~tv lrit,". Tiev are '111~itr i
tile intereCst o(f the Iir'llis w!;,) sil
timiiks; vou, ini the hiti-'reshi. of the
*'hi ~ v Ue 1 itt te tatpZhL ant )af I it
i: 'f ,WI)' it -t bor ir I Iw-v~a''
of thte cl-cga. hit')tit',- ~tsh. u I
bie 1,01-11C ('I t-f- itIV I'Ljn1~ aa~t
AIV to IN-oL~ii~~
There'TEare sm( woaicitli) al vs- c 'Im-
pl)1:11if)tittle hti-tory U ~pa five year,
1' in fhl-)ON-of to-d~iV. t hvr-'k at
alu1!crY'at ditsC. LcL lherelie ;,,Ire~t-
sImk nai viewcf(I the rflvit eimll takei a
Imy th~e l-irent, m-1 :L c 'aisenv:1t~ve
II) s(hn'110,11Work, :11111 thier'e xv I~I lie .1
'~~~~~~~o 11i1a(:4; st et~Iiaifhj.4 %vexv'1
In the lowert 1)i
lxaii'l atiule at Ai
....it.. & W ... t', I',-',is.. f.flucano L;c';artm -:nt. t f'i, air. j llnes ,
in force. l')e deficit that year was Thqsin (f txt books O, lloiouse lill No. 1
1 h< question of tuxt books is one
!j1.) 21, ,(i. 'i we months 1 ater the that is cons':!lAy (comnig up. Of n io e aimexati N
,,f the State of A
tariff took ts pl-ce and reduced the ~eripture truer than of selhool book;, f the U
I ff *t -Of the U U i
deficit to 842,80.,223. The next viz: -")f maaking n y books r their i- ill
year it wa.s further reduced to $5,- .i ai l he co, ni try is nlor proper au
with an almost iniiniue variety of
203,246, 0 d to $18,052,254 the text books on every conceivable sut,. a co missie n,
next. In reducing the deficit the ject. Just as a school has settled th' e lem'ers,
ie educing .the w ha like corner
Democrati tariff also reduced taxes., dwni to the use of a set of books Florida, and to
Then this riff was repealed. It i with the determination to make no tha portion of
1 change, then new and improved edi- e 1 hi
ea-y to see however, by the reduc- the .a k are of the Apachicn
ions of these same bioks are issued f the c i
tion of the elicit year by year, that which render the old practically u.e- oState cnmtis ri
the year 1 8, or at any rate 1899. less. Assembly and a
under ord ary conditions, would What is to be done to prevent the ssebrnor. Theand ill
have show d no deficit had the e present. nods of aho and appropriation.
-e the present methods of authors an I -
Democrati tariff remained in force. publishers aide'! and abetted often yeas 67, nays.3.-
A RIepubli an tariff which heavily qy the school authorities?
increased t es was substituted for it To a certain extent there is no DO YOU GE
and the de. iit was $38,864,;05. in rem.edy. Books must be had far the WITH
spite of the sact, that about $60,000,- purpose of edu'ati.n. There must
a bL e some outlay, and as the public
000 waspai to the Government on school system furnishes tree educa. Kidney Trouble
account of 11he sale of trans-conti- tion, parents must expect to pay Almost everyboc
mental roadmL whose bonds the Gov- something for the books used. papers is sure to
ernment had4 indorsed, paid andd Some stares furnish books fre, j
held. Then but for the collection "oine counties, I believe, in our own
,.-.,f. e u o o cto ate have adopted this plan, but it
of a $60,000100 debt, for which the oly a shifting of the necessary '
Republi-cans! do not even clatim expense upon others and necessitates
credit, the deficit for the first year of increased taxation to furnish the
the Dingle' tariff would have the means for this outlay -which in
the majority of cases could be borne I' -
amounted, ii round numbers, to e individual. e -
$100,000,Oi $14,000,000 more Better to let each furnish their y
than 'or the entire three years of the own and in the case of the-very poor Laonede i ke
Democratic tar iff. The Republicans supply them either by public charity bles and Bright's D
realized the inadequacy of the Ding- or at the expense of the State. form of kidney trou
retai f th ad -tcroue neee There seems no good reason for fur- Dr. Kilmer's Sw
ley tariff bills to produce needed ,:,; .- .... .. .... ommended for every
an Mi1 Passed.
iuse of the .\1 h.am ',
Dilo,)rne y rWed;.s-
f Conet'uh cdlld-, up
442, to pr. v~ie f",,-
or \Ve-st Fl riild to)
'ima, with the a.stnlt
Fl.orid.t ai-ad the Con-
ives the Gover-
thority to alppoint
to consist of
who shall confer
mission on the part of
negotiate fbr all of
Florida lying west
,ola river. The act
on is not to bind the
Red by the General
approved by the Gov-
does not carry any
The bill passed-
A LAME BACK ?
makes You Mserable.
dy who reads the news.
know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
| the great kidney, liver
Sand bladder remedy.
SIt s the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
teenth century, dis-
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
sful in promptly curing
, bladder, uric acid trou-
isease, which is the worst
amp-Root is not rec-
ything but ifyou havekid-
THE W-ORLD BE3 P
wo Thorough at ly
nce 011n Mver's Sh
or shine at
i0W Groui;s, f'i
ationy will have to be made at the, posed to meet the addle, expeins,' ,,f
first se-simn of the new (onress, Ia war, after the wir was enlvd. The
.\nl It is is doubtful if will I,- po- exces of revenue over exe,,ditiir'e
iblle to reduce the ani -nt of them in 1 67 was $13 ,:09"35, h.h
bleluot that which was4'arriel iby the the country was only about, haif as
bill (hat failed. Nothing will hle I1nulu hen as in li00, anal no,:
zairne-l therefore by delaying river nearly half as wealthy. It is stLrage
and I rmbor appropri:iti. ns for a year. th:.t the war tariff of IX9S ldidi not
<-Ir fact a great leal will be lost produce a larger surplus after the
becal .e many wiks are now under war had eltdl."
const uat'lio,, and they will d.-teiior- The l.ist Florida L-gti l.iture did a
ate i nothing is done on tLem for arood thing in providing f.,r the ex-
many'month.s. Andi the plants us-d ;tmination of the State offices jst
in rivfr and harbor woik will deter- before the assembling of the s ssion
ioratel It. may be said that the gv- of 1901, instead of leaving it to !be
ernm+ t is not interested in tlie done during the session, as hler-to
plants of contractors. It is not di- fore. Manv rea,
rectly of course, but contractors will ing the new policy ithe best, and it is
u;di-rt:ke to get back from the gov- our opinion that the old one will
ernment the losses they suffer by the never be returned to. Among the
fai'ure:of Congress to afford them a many features that coiten'l the
chanci.for steady work. ante-sssiona, examinations is ihematin-
-It eeems to us that it was a mis- nmr of selecting the conimittees for
take tr, let the bill fail, from lhat:it- the work, andl the quiet drliberan;ion
ever pint the failure may be viewed, they are enabled to give to the work,
And iKe river and harbor committee which is impossible during the bustle
is not -without blame in the matter. and excitement of a Legislative ses-
It shou d have had the bill ready for sion. The Governor has ample time
the eon -ideration of the House ioni, to select experts, whereas the Presi-
before I did, so that there would dent of the 'Senate and Speaker of
have 1) 'n plenty of time for its con- the IL.use in their candidacy at the
sideraii n." I)e-irting of the session are besieged
Grand ,ee, H.lid.v S .tret PUarad
'. *. ,\ _
Hlou 0ho1 0 LA 1i ." A Ie
CIIreq Ni rdl'ic, Ithl'- m'i ., Nt.' 'r ,u o, Sii, ,n i. l)in,
lo tl'i,.h l[.:a lahe, -k ,i. i.", '. rn,;)-;, ;," ,.,'.., I ;'l ': -
ness, r p Cr i.. l)ti,.rr'! zi. l).'.'--nt.l rv, S.' 111 : 4'.':.' ,
,Swell'.ing. (ofI all Kinil-4, StitV Neck, S:ci',.ss. '-o, r 'i';.r- ,it
Sick Sto wch or S,-a Si.knss. In C:ut s of B.iI C'o j; rl.,
Colis or nuemnonia, it :cji' ls,
INTo (I-xIxe, iNo IPay.
ISW ET HEmrB
LIV R REGULATOR
Billiounmess, Co4tipati'n, lI artb'arn, In liges-tio, IT'-i I~ i le, and all
AAilments res citing from a Disorlered Liver, such as Lo.', of
Appetite Despondlency, Blaes, Weakness, Tired Feeling
and Inactivity of the Mind.
It stimu tes and purifies the Blood.
Ja anese Eye Water
Cures Sore or Inflamed Eyes, Granulateal Eve Lids, and is soothing U
strengthening to Weak Eyes.
Sold on a Guaraptee-..No Cure, 4o Pag.
Never pait the eye to use it, but is guarantee'! to cure.
sore eyes quicker than any other remedy ever usedl.
To Horse Owners and Stock Dealers.
If you own mules :or horses, you should by all means keep at tetl
Walker' Dead Shot Colic Cure
IOR MULES AND HORSES.
It is guaranteed to relieve any case of colic in mules or horse so -
ten minutes. It is .he world's great specific for colic. IL ea be
.- _--^ L ....a.i.. ^ -L ... l -s wt ti^ : 1 n inc Irnrnu how to de
Tal!ahassse, aondyi, M 3rcIlti
SC EEN TRY'S
3 0 Wonderfully Educated
DOGS, PONIES, MONKSYSRAN
TIIE OLDN T, LARGEST AND RICN:lT' EXIIIlrIT
)F TIi KIND IN TH' E WOI LD.
THIR WitrjKY TrrATJIAqSSUAN: TkII3IcDA~Y9 MARCH 7, t901.
Made from most highly refined and
assures light, sweet, pure and
Housekeepers must exercise care in buying bak-
iny powders, to avoid alum. Alum powders are
sold chi ap to catch the uinwnry. but alum is a poi-
son, and its use in food seriously injures health.
ROYAL BAKING POW!rR CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
I ~ ~ "' It. ..a tIL a t1'' 4W 1
r 114-k fCsfrsve,-a
;I- tiev A'. -. t e: ~x
i-in- f a lr i
bir-giit-s-i i rmiot)o it-maizuvili-.
IF 'tF \.E. Lem. is, [l,.v i-rtl : P-if No).
4~~5I Q -'mI t
A 0 Ii'- 1 4-t It t-i- 44 I I ; ki t,
i ,D MI A. o I-'' 4,i -S.r
-f 11101 o- I.e
i F1 P~. PaV-11i.1 f~-. rom a
Per. dr ovr for lip v ollt I-,
A.i~i'l'F4:11J imit) p, 1 rf-r, tjpn
& 1 r. M A. S-r,'Iai T.7' v j;'r S I. .'e* .; ; '
l e f' I v I i t 1 ) s i t n i 1 1 c e s : 1 I
a r i..luw-Ia. A d oe-.-' o r un '-hs .lt-Ni1-c ot 4 p -ierm .ifig (I,(- A
oil'ilti-. tcnal r i.S91810.e-xu~. ~ ~ ~ aewai
m0 er~4te sninsad-ug~ I:k'D. 1 .S~mi'n ie
ViClewaa bet. ld by W~l ighrti&Mtncie
ar L.an 1i tal. of Tampa. much
Pk'I-sure f't her runit-nums fri, nds.,
ng hur s.iter, Mrs. George W.
1'.. .lluimiphries. of Boston. ar-
I 1 hIur-iay, and is the guest of
C. E. VanDeiuen. of Kilhoprn.
ki -; flire-to with stonmacth trouble
aitil.aion for a long time. She
I have tried many preparations
w have done me the fomud that
-hliia,'s St onmch and Liver Tah-
re These Tablets are for sale at
& BRii.' Drug Store. Price, 25
Ea' l hs fr-p.
tl i- Da vis, of Thomasvillh, and
eMeeliins. of Puwtam county,
the citv last week as guests at
. Mc-Kinnicn. W. H. G. Scott.
irt:n. Ed Falaas. E. B. Walker,
Whitner. W. 0 Doulas. Abe
S L.. IIei zog) and Fred Kann, ,(f
i'ille, were in the city during
rt-rinir cough following gripe
One Minute Cough Cure. For
stand lung troubles this i- the
less remedy that gives imme-
te. Prevents consumption.
LBecwth.r who h au~m been a
Mre. Pratit DI-al, of Wa c-ro-, is the
guett of her bitothie, IR-v- W. E. 11. Ma
Itry, pastor of t-he M. [E hiti-h.
Mrs. Florenlc. Gatiil.n iid Mrs. Louis
Peck, of Jacksonville, alft r a visit of
two weeks wiih relatives hIerv, left for
their home in Ja<-k-onv.lle on rihur.sdty.
Children o'lent inhlier:n i-el!P' gestive
power and colic of a more or less severe
,haract-r results, wh-n fiosl is taken
which is at atll ditfiueit to digest.
White's Cream Vernitaiuti e act- -ts a gen-
eral and p rinanent tonic. Price, 25
cents. Wight & Bro.
Mr. Williams, Pre-sident of the Pine
Ra4road, hai been in the city thiis \ei-k
receiving and conisi-ierivg the bhdl.of the
contractors to do iIte work on thatL road.
. By the way. wv hear that another of
the honorable nenitbers of the cabinet
who attended that Board neemtii.g that
evening, lost l is way ill the capitol
s-quare and had to call for a.ssistaince to
find himself. What did you take gen-
Constipation of the bowels may be
easily cured by a'few doses of Dr. M. A.
Simmons Liver Medicine.
tPlk:- ,a fm*wcma wnred,,aw holtnii ii h n
Wye. M1% %teciar. y pumu or (i#10 ah.ties
byzterian (iuurch. went to Jackiinnville
OnSunday ialt. r4,,ornitc s,,r!indaiy night. The S e
I~)one, kniews ttil.a.e .avieraihI.atort-fre
one- Isfeneri~.'i ra~s4 tip 11-4 ,anle.4-i Vev -ire~
R)afflitetd. Table#', gBat-keys- Pile 0 ,tr-
Pric -. 50 ve-nis ill Witt"e. fulws, 75 Of Scbradpers Drivy Store trrew to
cenis. Wialit & Bro.
su1ch proportiotit that. the new firm
I~s.~e~ litei.RuY 7n ntB will devote. a hrm1' .iart otf their time
have. bo.'.' ti.Ot ,t vi-tt(lb their dutir.. M.-.
A. B. Biackbttrn, at Lhiply, duritig ht. aiiI 5flSpcetip its. atenti-. 'ii.
pas wek. giiaralatee thexr weth's to Lrcrrnin;Iti
a piev-'of 'cPi.,ton: ithBMi~llard'._; S!Iow perieiace and faejlji jes en.tiolde 1hem
Limirn'ni,, and l p1 w.*jr ;it it--i"C;.ILto). serve voti pjroiii;.fly :111.1 Wei'..
wki -tlt Ol ilinquck ,ly. Price, 215wat.d Anv rare s~et- ,] flt ill ,ti)ck wlliIbe
5U1 vents., wlught & I~ro.
!qiiit ky proeIIe(1.
There was 4~a..lIetr fake %!:,rjnu orf fri- SCIINADENC & IAL.KC031.
rum-, Par v Tlie o yiby orfitiri4. It ;,8 a
-,"at~III),1.11.41 1tit' teisreanft-i canL be A frri~it h-l it out; again in
tau-, fit aid un s siif 6111, (ily r(llf'Iix'
Him'. XW. N. -,ht74.1- r. tutioni iftstpida v I 1ts, i i [lad'ftf. I "
fr.;tii Jiaot-no;viil. w'i.ere ;,io w inai Floirifl-i 'A 'uiiirv '.~iji-ii-A Pi
L'-iue1ailcl* at the S ..0s e Sxidav 5.-I, Iiw it i Pror. 1, IV. .4)t- vit !z ) T' ij
Co ive.-n itill.it. l vitZ th. .I. I It .m atiie 'v, eh ire nil a itbut fX rr yitoiifI- titt, in at-
.11 tVld ht Sunday -%thit ci ifi ti:. jda ..* taiII.
]i t c a 's o f (4;L;irrl 6 I r-I !-a iol 191, C e .a R McS-r' tt~ h r q T
he.-ds [lie 1 L.b till C flR,.
XD-IS i:aj'uiL:-p ittOiie blood laitia of tbe (o..v~rn. *r'.,(hiutrcl. 11i;1 '.e appjlied
W~e U, dellt. .:d that smnci f our w-in- l a iaii~ i l*,i.ii
itcr g*' ..4%%it~' o iA-limt 410w i Itot. (rill I W -1 i ll vl 4 I .(*jvf. vfti f i V .11 nvq
h oo li etiFo L iii x ei tDiII L. r 1 :r~ ..' loi? iM IN.~. T 4 I I
h~~~~~~ ifi 1ieiot f*a T'.*ii. ye ;; ,,vif iit Ihtir 11111vlf-e.'
m.rIfor Si4 k :i "d 'Nrv. *:-f~A. ilI?
Otir iew Iyticotyple. t'je tettint, Ma- Th-v ma:4ki putirelil 1:.fl-, r. i.~tiw-
c'.; -n an iiv.ca this w il dir.- et fft,tit1 Lie n,41uc 1 liail-I ull v,'ir (Iti :,vto t:ikp
Uivi-'ry. It w l lie a 4 iL Ixifhep to UsTrv rle-ii O 6 0' 2 eit.3o'.vbc
Mr. 'W. N 0 arternian i-A Iit Iiu 14 ~ ~ _
4v)Lt..igi-bam.ar Lfl" lrtshvi-rim Li(cur-ii
r.i if a l dul efilardrf-.. it wuill 11-k'
a hc~ mf tae for at 3outu~i4~ UCjolejist
-Larlang ini life. 1
livt, wii-ps krowisa is De''v ,ttC. Liat
Kvl y tts- rs to (cIept'ii.-the- aive*r a iiii
buwei. Theuy nevvr &gripe. Aill dealers.
Mr-. A. L. Mimi psopimetre-ssof thi-
J:15.amiieljl. in-has resa,4- .l*e-I that. ide--
ighIti ul iauz-e ama i lis puit.iii electric
I-ls 111 w~ i ~ ~ilco 114 IA tter. atid oEsi h-r
m1 1# msn cellveitit j et .thatt Wt1i' 11 uku'!
to t ht- c mif irt of her gu-~ts..
S!* that vel g c I ll- Da~ialleWit~t's
'-bikhazA idietv#-e iteuay, it L.k ftir l
Thti(t' gauiti W. i ica-riiauncti-frl' b.d.st. S
buAtt-sai -d jk ta dii...C.34,,. All alealers.
J1aig w.Vifti 'I I ini'--4E4S( *VO'tpeer
fIII- r: tigne (ct-5j ...j orl t.the fli 'I Lii Of jL.4-'-
itdar', ; Ii -a'or -.vjiLL, wa fd uw~T- en or
P4n 'n v ii ,ef : ji o*xanI v Iv til
tj- l'' 77!! vlF .3III J-14twit, 3! Iir I
tier ewtty Is anxd Ii:C-4,- re.-fiti *a~
tie-s r I v.1' ; 1t htilt feff 11'...v ;1C. 'III I :i niilll &-i
,Inake itIgIII,);le j.i # hii.. 'Ito. c 'r. it.'
"ii"Y Ii;*I"V fl. 1 uae4:1111I IWli11n i'A'I 404.
liv t-e lim ioeiximwr w-t Iall iii
rl dcc ol4 I ;i tpa.In ,k. [.Ill-p.-rfos-m inc.-
va-;-t!y -Msp--riur to aU-iyt~imv--ev.-r ee1 i&il
expol- wffip Ti iIlls
ina. Dr. F .r'Fs U4
fer'i from ote
Prof. (;;fntrv an:.
If i1fs-4' ~ ~ i
114~~~~~~~ ~~~~ 111!S..Xa Ii XV ,-. L' te11i A.l' 1- 4'~-~
f~'I Lfl'rI 1 I v4 sa a -41o 11 it -Ira p nswit tl.t-I, I.lft 711cxI ;tII h
mos. ipm~r Xl p lstd li 4 'l-ei, ..*
I-iiou tt uk. -a 4, i oit- roe~ t, 4. issq, li r i-tu :1 i 't(vied.
ft.-r. I:,iii-e.(awil giusii irl. tai .'tLizi~~ Il4,l;(,
I .rtI t'' "s. Ii f -V. I A Fr itd-ii .~ sr- oi' i* .
-1(?tI' j I t i-ui. a h. u i4 i Mi tir I'.ii -iri~tet, ill Mi. i -Ill.lCft I. S lI
Now ii I -, t m~tmw he i le 1%
i-~ zz e itzu't ji etc-sf~171 'jI: jrsi;:s
ii J714w7-.5 it il, ~', wt- rv :.-!I( %v!:1 *I
vtI- (A 1t.nt'l )1r, 1S. Crtsi-qy I) tw-
'tl ..J. '. i'it-asui, night piif.-dw tt
N7.ltn. ~e s%' : 1i aic;rbIi J;Gi 1I
Iii i v.11 (I l u ilys'et ( lug, imi ta.4f4,i7
Z.-I 411%V,.a fizl h c t..1gol I Itw ouii'i
Is. mtg hi.1 ;I lb. is tt'- e'i f ol',lo- I'*s 7
Tar w .'tl t-r i~i-m ,4Itws4 Lu-F. 1s of it, I
wits eiatF. Iv fi~it- ci." W' I?..I&'iBru..
.Se.-rt--ary tot State Craw~ftir-i, who :1-i
Vie i&i Ill tlittaicd List wet-kI wil. SI ~uI aI
%' ilk 0oiltt'st Sus it t41 ime c;ajLidi7c45ie
1". 'te ate tgiaii to atllitoittrt, re"1i tug
(141t Lay tu ua lla1i0Ile al 1, aali-I J)ep to IA-
4.I11 "gitlainiu his udi'ee after a lutt~le
Usually a ra;ckinui c tugh and.a general
f .eling of weakn- as. Fo ey's lIone-y amnd
T.,r is g-iaranieed to cure t:.e "gr pp-
cungh' and make you strong al'I weil.
take no tul'iiIltLtPA. WigiL & Bro.
Capt. A B. Wheli.ley. of Brooksvillp,
tax ass-sor for Hermianlo count .y, was
at the capital on otticial business last
Professor Gentry. who is acknowl-
udged lit#- foremost antlal trainer of
the periol, and whose company of eiui-
,'ated d, gs, p mies and niai keys have
delighted the denizens of altito-it ever
known part of the globe, will shtort y
visit this city with this c. i.)any of ar.-
ticratic andl agaemios amii*at ,oti)ne
one itunidrd in numtt-r, which it sald.
hat e never Ibeen eqnalleIl frin a piint t)I
intelligence. they will arrive in his(own
private cars and will exhibit, urider a
thlorothly wai rlpo-d ltenlt hlad'iI oin
3Aleri. show grounds Monday, Ma:rli 11.
I lie exhibition, w which is very attract ive
,o ladie- and children especially, will n',
duhit r. ceive the hearty support ?f our
iiobbed tue tirave.
A sttnirtlng incident, of %whi'-h Mr.
John Oliver of Philaldelpliia, was the
-ubtject. is uiarr;t-d IT" 1hiit s foilhowt,:
**I wp in a most dreadful onnditiqn. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes t4inken,
tongue coaied, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite-aradually row-
ing weaker day by day. Three phyei-
cians hail given me up. Fortunately. a
friend advised trying 'Electric Bitters;'
and to my great joy and t-urprise, the
first bottle made a decided improvement.
T j-n.jikn .fiA fth~i riia Inf farthr*PP wawre-
-Iiras :i. *' I rII-
tger we .4 '-r ,-s :w-p~ia
:t dI I-. reiIt!V Mifres-5I I!'.
lestol 44- hitS to uti t~i-d
I.it -a".1 I n-rye lii I-
;Ilz W .il F ) iVA
ti '4. I-tii r.i.tv- iiir--l
I- '-- I
1. 4- li Il
I- .17 casaril
tim' 'a. 7 fit-, 41 4c (* it .1 tI
A(!-. s. 25.-., I. trIi C. C. 'a
i -~k 11, : .lor 4 f. .-11 ~ 4~ i
Adis r-dis 1,11 i.3. fi wit ll.1:-v, i-an.
f1tI' r(-i chice-u 4 i v -:of'v lh". t~y
Pt-ai'- :an'1id c,-v (t-;ir it. 'IL. Ygvrf-e.
F resh st 5(Ack 3he-it grade Uurdfn
Seed, at Wb &i ct mr's.
All kinfids Agr~leutui a Ii it plmerits at
The Talahas-se-e Taila inly Co.
%Vi tik-e suitmso') urder from I'-lt
($11-1) tioltarrs andi :Uul'will. Pauits at
.$3-75) arld upward, :inioribeiug Vsti t.- cst
of matri. al. Cia.aiiaig atiu retialriiig at
!e 9s iualie jiice4. *A, pr a i tg e ub wtio
P. o-rgt9mizJ fiwr ttue. li--it of t- (I?;
W.114 WI-h to joinu Shop at St. Jamaes
S. J. MILLER, G'eneral Manager.
To THE UDAF.--A nrich Idy, cured of
her Djeaftesw atid Xoi.-es in tile tHiad Iay
)r. Ni..'holesti's Artificial Emr Druii.i,
ave. $1.J,000 to his listitute.. o thai (leaf
people tiunabl to procure the Fir Drumi
11iay have them free. Asldiess N,,. 1174,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
Finest Cig-,,r li Tallahassee, at T. B.
Kyri's, try th*-m.
Seed corn and seeds of'altkinds at
IViyAt & Bro's..
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOc
or 25c. If C. C. n, fail to cure, drug-
gists refund money..
Up-to-date 8diitionery at Wigkt&
Can grt you up Anything in the cakeii
fine on Ahornt nicet at, T. B. Byrd'&,
Call at thtI Tallahasmwsean office', se
simple and buy in Ton l44s, or Inure.
.Cotton Seed Meal
$1.00 per sac'k at Levy BrOA.
*BOARlD.-Finif clm; sboiard an (hef ))O.
tjmned reHi-44nahbty" at Mris. (irt4-'ow's.
.,nl Ca~ou~ e'47-4mz
Lbicou,'s Puh Aqlpcures.
i'o,, u/Is (,'dviil, ctc. O&~aujiitm by
'lwvo gooid le...at Kn~'ist~ti)!P-
A4 leatit~io~ ul 1toof Nasnhiirg :n'i~
J II 1 i
Gr..en Cane for Sale.
2.000 st-tihs al :Z' LX) pr 100. W. N.
~Ps 'r, P. 0. Box 14. 2 2L
Miss Blaka's S*' anitarium
1i4,w. do.iii' .r ,:rchth of ULeonIntell, open :i!,
te li-~ar. (r' ti4ame nurse's. For Var !
UT-s S ALLJF: 1 B .A K11 Prop'r'
Bi our S'i-i-C of tilf TaIIiahase4
RPi.xt pr) if. %Uty Se',I O'I.ts ~?iA
,i'y L. CJ. Yavgor. .,frSl
I.Our B llery Gtfol -i an,' IIIto 'I *~
3,l arid s -e the- foo 'I thm-144 turwd -*
4.-very iay at T. B, i'vrol's.
IStocks, Cotton, Wheat.
%ny1Kvdy d'4'riii-r to iiavi.4 or qp~e'u1;ute Ca
kiwelasiiour t);ilv Market letter frnee
iuhr;,e uonappiv.iation toi
George Skaller & C
BAKERS AND BROKERS
-embe of -N..w York Ccnq. mtock Ext hangtl
No. 70 W201 Street, New York.
To the Detaf.
A r-c'h lly. I'urt-d of tier deafne-mi ann
fillf-zes 1+4 i ll- i. 1w,;;,i hy IDr. N whitk -n
rt ii:j. I C~ i ,~- ..'.~'$1101(mu)I'o Ihi
t!:- : IL' I 41 ar;'- 'L .:1 t~l le >~~.1414i
1'4* ii iste, 781) 1'i~fli1 hi A vom,'ii.. Ne
aofk. 14 ly
p ..,,.* /tr Ulm/t VIM~'X
I I:' : il ]!K 'r
''i t liie -olicitii.
"- it'l ul .
il i 'paJtrl, ld Il2
\\'ill b1 our cl;im upon
i l, ):iics.
r 200,000 acres of Timbered Lai
Flori-la, in tracts rani.int froni a <]i
:at reasonable prices; rated ae,',rdinr.
.Al-o desirable city and sutlurbha
;-round 'Tallahas-ee, the most picture.
;State, with Irijhit tirowp-cts of ifnpre
Also improved Farmnsin Len ,m
tivation, Stock Itisini.r, and Dairvi y
One of the most, desirable of tl,
finest Farmin.! Land in Leon CoGuntt
an.t for health, fertility and s-ee
Jhe South. Esn,-cial attention is cal
very reasonable figures.
:- For further particulars call on o
Un do ta-ke & z
Next door to Gilmore & Davis Ccl
(Over D. B.. Meginniw, Jr'a,
Shoe and Genit's Furnishing
Goods Store.) a
DONE ON SHORlT NOTICE.
:t.-si in ied cl'n :-"e of the Kernper
of his frictIls :i!d ;he public
rd with Libcral Treatment
Ihe public f
f) winter visit ,rs u1Vil h)iint.
1 for sale in Middle, East and West
rter s-'etion to fifteen thousand acres,
Sti'nh.'r, lo-ati-.:, eto.
ltesilences an-l Ltildin. Lots in and
pie and attractively located city in the
V4\ business. coniti, ns.
i adjoining counties, suitable for cul
s cl:lass is a tract of 800) aeres of the
the garden spot of Middle Fl.rida,
cry unsurpassed by any section in
ed to this tract which will be sold A
address with stamp t.h unndersigned,
W. W. McGRIFF,
opposite Wight Bros. Drug Store.
Uits X 1.4 0 to X
THE WEEKLY TATiT-YARABRIZAN: DAY, MARCH
A THRILLING STCRV
OF THE BOXERS
IN CHINA M
BY CAR~LTON AV
By Paul R. Reynolds.
4 N>iyI9I __
~ q~i4 4 t4,4
4y'y 4 (
TTI Fr1EAT AUS'T::.I.iAx pIGIIT.
Judging from the fore'o;oi"g revela-
tion, it was fairly evident th-it we had
really sum'eeded in outw-iltinig Woo-
ching and his miscreantss. That we
should join the very ship in yhl h Miss
Hilbury was going he-oe w:;s a coinci-
dence somewhat singular, but that she
should be pursued by a creature of the
society was not singular a't all. The
mere changing of the nairo was not
meant as a trick to blind tlhe society-
such a feeble subterfuge Would have
been equivalent to the held burying
policy of the ostrich-it was merely a
cloak to conceal the identity of a timor-
ous individual from prying and curious
eyes. As a matter of fact, neither moth-
er nor daughter knew that.she had in-
curred the wrath of the society until
the presentation of that letter in the
streets of Port Said. The choosing of
the name Hurst had no meaning be-
yond that. Beginning with the same
letter as their real name, it suited the
marks cn their baggage and on their
Over a pipe Jim and I thrashed the
matter cut, and as to him I no longer
made a se.-ret of the affection I bore
Miss HIilbmry he recognized that their
destii ':, had b.co..e indissolubly bound
,up wv;'.h ours. and though lie candidly
co:" :: l:t lie I .te ( no liking for the
In: i1 ,1 i':-J: .siil!th:'s I felt sure
th -:; : ,o intO.:tion of shirking
tl ::' :t that kind of nature.
'I ,. :::' .-' I let him grumble
t' "a ::;:;; vh,) hi:;l, reached a
i: : I'-:t I knew that his
re;.' ::, ..: that my lovesickness
we .1 ; i;'e my resolution. I
co'.. : t' :l hi:in so, ti-n, but I had.
eve:y .... t;o believe that it would
hav j~.:t a ('(tll'y effect.
For the rest of the voyage we four-
that is. M'rs. Hlilbury and Cecil (or so I
called her in the pri'valy of my- own
heart), Jim and I-were on terms of the
most excellent friendship. We called
ourselves the outcasts, the black sheep
of the fold, the knowledge that we
were marked men and women creating
an -intimacy between us which no out-
sider could share.
As we sailed fartlhr and farther
south the new heavens opened and
showed their new wonders, and night
after night, the Southern Cross point-
ing the.way, we sailed on a sea of sap-
phire beneath a jewel,-d dome. Stars!
The sky was full of t$em. They hung
In clusters as thougli they ha.d burst
through the ilue g ites of heaven.
Sometimes Cecil would point to the
cross and say: "WVher I amn at ho1ue, 1I
can see it quite plaii ly from my bed-
room window." or ."any a night I've
sat and watched it anp1 thought no end
of foolish things. I remember once
driving home with father It was a
beautiful sight. just like this, and he
told me such a pret y story about it.
Poor father! lie will never see it
It was on such a
Australian waters t
the first time of our'
na. We were sitting
of earshot of the otl
the gentle throbbing
the lapping of the
"You mean to sa
you and your uncleI
the very strongholij
"That is our inter
purp,:ose .v.e shall g,
penetr.'atin, their sz
heavi ii mal y direct
"Irt lthy will kiil
"It is horrible, ,U
do? I don't you e
one moment free tr
not without som
uncle and I accep e
is to te a battle o
do not shut our y
there are fright 1
It Is possible tha t
from some une
:t at I told her for
e-:lpedition to Chi-
iaw;ay aft, well out
er passengers, and
of the screw and
waters sounded a
to our talk.
'." she said, "that
intend to penetrate
I of these terrible
tion. It is f9r that
o to China. As for
'ronghold, that's as
We are going to
ut what are we to
e with Kung and
e' can never enjoy
rom alarm. It 'was
hesitation that my
d the inevitable. It
the death, and we
es to the fact that
odds against us, but
he society also has
d help may come
.ted quarter. I ad-
'3. 'a 4,/i
~. '. .~ 4-
Froinm im we shial learn the latest in-
teliigence, and with him we sh?.ll lay
"You are very daring," she said. "to
take such an awful step, in the (lark. I
fear ymi umldrratV your task."
"No: not in the least. If anything,
we have overrated it all along. We
have waited and hoped that p.vaee
would come, but I am convinced ihat
it-cannot be gained without war. War.
then. It must be, for now," and here 1
think my voice took a somewhat softer
tone, "peace is more necessary to me
than it ever was before."
She 1id not answer for a moment,
and then, mingling with the sound of at th1 earliest oprtunity. Next one
the sea. came a soft "Why?'" (;f the aforementioned stalwarts. a
"Because it will insure your peace, huge fellow with kind gray eyes and a
and that to me has grown dearer than fornlidlable fai" inustach-e, took me in
my own." charge iand inforined me that he had
"There can be no peace for me," she already secured rooms for mne land ny
answered in a low tone, a tone which uncle. At this I was not a little aston-
the sea and the night rendered ineffa-
bly sad. "If it were not wicked, I
could almost wish that you had let me
drown that night." -
"Hush! You must not talk like that.
Do you know, even in our darkest J 1
hour, when you lay unconscious on my
arm, when the sea hissed and tore
STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO, V
LUCAS COUNTY. )
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
CHENEY & Co., doing business in the City A
ot Toleio, County and State afpresaid,
and that said firm will pay theiVar of "
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for etch
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured byv the use of Halls Catarrh Cure. 1 \
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence. this 6th day of December,
A D. 1886. -
[SEAL] A. W. GLEASON.
Notary Public. -
Hall's Ca'arrh Cure is taken inte n -. ly,
an'i acts directly on the blood and Inu-
cous surfaces of the system. Send for Prcsntl-lhc cmei tow(rdme, (a staIwrtn
F. J. CIIENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. ivn on ci c, .idc o hur.
Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. Ished, but he only smiled and said (Ceil
Hall's Family Pills are the best. had telegraphed from Adelaide to that
effect, and le hoped I'd find them suit-
about us and I thought every moment able.
would be our last, I was almost hap- In five minutes I was thoroughly at
P." home with this big, handsome man.
"Happy? and no longer a stranger in a strange
"Yes, because through the gloom and land. And presently, when Jim joined
the spray I saw a future, a future uswe chatted away as though we had
which was blessed with your love- known each other for years. Then
with you." gradually the ship began to clear, even
"It is very late," she said, her voice those who were bound for Sydney go-
trembling with emotion. "My mother In- up to town with us by the same
will wonder what has become of me." train. Major Coghlan, no longer a rival
Put she did not go just then, not for to be feared, bade the ladies an effusive
some time after, for I had much to tell, goodby and expressed the hope that
though to other ears it might have they should all meet again soon, but I
seemed but a wearisome repetition of do not think Mrs. IIilbury took the
the same old story. But the stars look- hint At any rate, I have no recollec-
ed down and smiled, and the great dia- tion of the major ever visiting them.
monds of the cross b-niamed with a ten- He was an admirable companion--for
fold radiance; and the air, tempered, five minutes.
so it seemed to me, by the breezes from As nothing of any moment occurred
the land which lay to our north, was durin our tay in Melbou -that is,
full of the sweetness of life and hope. nothing of any moment to any one but
It was a new delight to me, this won- ylf-an possilm one other-e will
myself-and possibly one other-1 will
derful thing called love, and for some phs over tbat period as bri:ly as pos-
time I was too timid to avail myself sibLe. I paid my missede d call the next
of the prerogatives of the lover. Even day and found Cecil in her own charm-
when I- held her face up- to mine n' in'hoe, and unceiore I told her of
pressed my lips to hers I marveled that my hopes and fears, and she promised
she did not resent the liberty. that she would wait for -me and many
There 'was very little sleep for me other things which I need not here set
that night, and long after she had gone down. I'erlps it is unnecessary to add
below I paced the deck burning pipe that she endeavored to persuade me
after pipe of tobacco, thinking, dream- ain setting out on such an adven-
ing, hoping. Now more than ever it ture. She iturd and in no feeble
was necessary that I should settle ac- t uct an.. noe el
counts with the society, now more than colors the uncertainty aid the Pe ril
en e f r which confronted .Iim and nc me in such
ever was life pi'ecious, the future a n
o be f h fr a an undertaking; legged me to give it
thing to be fought for and secured. I u t t t
,,.1 ,up, to stay wili her. It was a sweet
had always h;tle1d the task that was .
allotted e. I hted it more thlia ever temptation d to hi my inl-
now. lt I had g'own to re-, nations would willhigly have succuub-
ed had not a sterner sense of duty
fortune as a part of my heritage, audl bound me honor) to my l.uncle.
a fatalistic indifference, born of too moreover, it was folly, uto N le to
close an intimacy. with despair, had thinr or livinws folly th to
robbed it of much of its terror., tn- ot ivin i pno:e whle. T Kue
The next day I sought out Mrs. IIil- and Wooching were at hlrI'e. ihe.e
bury, told her of my love for her could be no Peace, no lo.i. c it with
daughter, of my hopes and fears, but them in power; and sa.d an:.d1 d4e.)(rate
I promised that I would not bind my as was the rexedy,I thiuk her reason
sweetheart to any hard and fast en- saw the efficacy of it.
gagement. I had work to do, and I
meant to accomplish it. If I came back CHAPTER XXII.
and Cecil still thought of me kindly I KOON-SI, THE CARPENTER.
would strive to prove by my devotion From the advertisement columns of a
the depth of my affection; if, on the newspaper we learned that the steam-
contrary. she had changed her mi.d, as nrkh as f Dku ml,. -cm-
Dawnmsrltshlat dinrfa at Dik.nffiam*
er Airlie would leave Sydney for Hong-.
kong at a certain date, and. that vessel:
being one of a regular line. we decided'
to go by her, believing that the sooner
we got ungler weigh with our task thd
better chance we might have of suc'
cessfully accomplishing it. The dato
of sailing was extremely close at hand,
some three days off, but it gave us am".
ple time to make our preparation%
which were not extensive, and to reaclc
employ of the we left the ship
and went ashore.
.We had been mmended to go to
the Hongkong hot l, it being at that
time, whatever it i* now, the only first
class house in the ace. and thither we
proceeded and we: duly Installed In a
room on the second floor. Now it was
Chinamen, China: en everywhere, and
we seemed to real for the first time
what a task this \ s which we had set
NOTICE 1 T
T Thomas afaow. A. 'X
Warned that un.cs a
ot the A etof J une-A Im,
the thirty days prr ti t
lXl, from all t., sal*i, the
Miribed. I as Clerk, i,4 '
Cturt, will i-sue :it:x tde:t to
conveying the s'.: to sctMl
South, Range 'Iwo. ,
acrL, located in t ,n ciunta
on tax 'ertiliuIatt o ,No.. ', -
taxes of IS!7.
To be Prepare
For war is the surest way f this ration
to maintain peace. That i lthe oljinion
of the wisest salesmen. t is (-quutly
true that t. he prepared fo spring is the
best way to avoid the 'pec iar dangers
of the season. The is a les i Ifmultitud(-s
are learning, and at thli' til wvlen thl
llodl is sure to he loaded vith impuri-
ties and to be weak and !ugzish, the
millions 1I gin t,) tae Hl.('il's S:;r.aipi-
rilla, which )purifies, ,n riclt-s and vital-
izes the bhlod, expels all disesas-
-grims. creates a good a petite, g:ves
stnr-gth and eiinergy and p i:,s the whole
system in a healthy coudit on, prevent-
ing pneumonia, fevers. ~nd other dan-
gerous diseases which are able to attack
a weakened system.
[!Dred by :.. .L.L.-"CLs3,
girls will. I would go away knowing
that she could live in peace. I
Once we had entered Australian wa-
ters the days flew with inconebivable
rapidity, and I thought with regret of
the quick ending of my too brief holi-
day. It had been a happy time, the
happiest I had ever spent, a gleajm of
sunshine In the dreary fog of my exist-
ence. Every. revolution of the screw
drove us so much nearer the goal, and,
leaning over the side. I watched the
water bubble by, regretful, grudging
the mighty vessel her awful speed.
Like the condemned criminal. I watch-
ed the days come and go. and the fatal
morrow ,at length arrived, and we safe-
ly made the port of Melbourne. Then
there were many meetings, hearty
handshakes, embraces and tears of joy
and the sullen stupor of the stranger
who has left all he loves behind, who
feels no welcoming handshake, who
enters the new land alone, a melan-
Though I stood black and saw many
people c:-1,e forv.-ard to -:'et Cecil and
her ii(otI,'!'fl ;i;d 1 1:. '!,h x; heart was
hungry :nii.i f.-!t :::1 't:i;l l.::u ly. I was
glad to si I;';r :' :l "':f-:ly 3 i'( leomed.
She wA;: ;!:0n' ., 1i *r ',.-'': opl e, thi'
people XliioVl lov( in :-. !'.!t linot Imo're
than the l'!,...lV y::In;:x f !i.,w whio stood
back v,':!:lwd d ;h thi;::.'t.
Pri.'solu y slt ( ":<' t!::','..;1 me, a
stal',"ort .;'. o e;; s:hi- ;" (J he''. ;l:i
in'trodhli(.,l th,,m to :::.' a. l:u i Ir co' si:s.
ha'nd, ;1 starly, h;; :, pt .t'ii. ;id tch;y
w 're hoi!'.-t !:Ili, l. too, v.'tith e :es 11:
frank a'.d f ae;:'h!' as ls heir ow'n sun.
Thtlun I Wv. -; t :1 aw"y i:1f, whliere M.'.rs.
Ililbury stood, the (cenler of a k!'dly,
symIlpatlictic circle, atId I wavs intro-
b diced to each in turn with doni: for''!al-
ity, and from Mrs. Ililbu;:y's lips 1
received an invitation to call InIonl her
Sydney as well. ourso4ves to a plish. And yet In witlhs nv S la 't Ifl( 'l the
The night before our departure we the rnultiT)i~l-ity pigtails there was (&-a.',iaI. tisl mE, ay. of
dli~ed. with Cecil and hier mother. arn(l 90 US losir~ll'*LC ( safety. At close i h' ~* ~Yo
though the staiwart cousin, .Jack. (lid 0._tarst'i theYell a a o h
his best to enliv,,n the proci'edin'- I terrii*leII )etn,-, as ctured in my heated Ii -ir1-it
fear it was a sotiiewliat lugubrious af- lnill-Ii~uato.va iczt-j.~~.
fair. Like a dark cloud or curtain oujr I must say that ny Uncle Jim shared Coun1ty of fLe,1 nC
thoughlts hung before uis, and(]no ray 9.1 Wo lSsr lso lam ~ oh .W~nnK.1:ittyw
ot lie setf t on Chinese soil he TT HAVIN'; i INID
light seemed capable of piercing- it. I31 -A DE TO
with the circuiustance. 'IhiwtinsigiLjt ((fliU(d Svet Pie1 di t 11:4:4>!' 1".lfl it.,Rtth
so easily have beenit 1fferen3ut. Wiyh.-tl~d~oproiii~..j'
not miy lot liven ('aFt ill the 4)11hini WlP l X*411" i.i':y lf
groove"? Whyh all I Ill!t heij.... .j Iiith.lo C-reint Piort, Seeor'I Juliei'ul-d
Circuit 4111 Fio 4d1m. in atid for Leon t-it 3* '. II; 1:.1 ore
tcud to enjoy the ph-ora.uneeduI l(at3it7z ouv.-1(!i
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hvior wl.and 50 Ollpet. inay tit(,peaxof-padtx.o Ks-A
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T he e ee rtxzpa ie ss Irowd ed r'it 'numrr- &'I I, .,.. I-3 Il-
Ing ataitho' Ol))Ovit the t_ V'n::01A" "I_- F:.- it
able yelio v olk old s t': : we a'ee --------------------------------------'r::
1TH WUKI LY TATAlfAA88iAN: THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901.
:THE VBLLOW flA
ntinued from Sixth P
another man. TQe
difference which had
during the voyage 1
the supplementary j
|kong vanished now ai
of magic. It was a%
d: "At last I am here
L* A new Lnergy tooIl
inm. His wits sharpen
M upon the whetstone!
I. A determination to f
kly was In everything I
He was as one sudd4
a the powers of a bor
1, and I seemed to see hi;
t of a board meeting curl;
story members with the C
rill. There was someth.J
I which the city and thl,
subdue, and it secuuwd
ugh it was going to have
naturally our first. endeav
over the man of whom
spoken, Koon-Sl, the car
the first glance such a ta
appalling. As well, to
e proverb, search for ai
bottom of the ocean. I
otless thousands, of whoi
red but a mere hideous
ugly original, how was itI
ke the one particular, sol
-h was the problem, and
nee it seemed somewhat
ition. And yet I someti
t obstacles are created
pleasure of surmount
on-S1, according to my fat
n whim one might disti
slit in his hlft nostril, an
t sPumh a man wculd not
rlo<'.cd in a crowd. Me
owed a profession which
spe:;k. locli'ze1 him. lie
iter. and if in the l:inld of,
would be !41 the neigh'l
ne carpenter shop that
f he were living? The don
atable, but it l:lad to be
her had said nothing of
e, or of his physical
augh even that was as not
t that he hi'.il incurred th
society. Such wrath was
*ous than (disease or old
iugh without his aid we
e children crying in the
tried to prepare ourselvc
It dlire contin.rlency.
rhe ne.t day iiand the (da
cited many strange quart
What for you make two pit
Wa, and peered somewh
ltly into many carpent
it without catching a gili
5a with the slit nostril.
e were greeted with coi
Ore often with black looks
a superciliousness which
Ithe oriental. And so at
ght we decided to Intrust
'other hands; for our per(
ipled with the inevita
lCon-Si ?" were such as to
emulation among certain
its was exactly what v
Through the police we i
Und our iani, but we did
y bare our story or o01
moreover the police had i
on out of the island. and
Irdly likely to take up hi
I Hong!'u., So (-asting a
gent. \vr n':tiontied the a
Sthe h,-'.,r .,>:i .i;l;s f the
irough ; .. .-:trumentalit
te 11lr :" ::). sI('ce( de
I tih i ,lesired.
ga, ,'t' rilht
Good Cough Medicine fo
"I have no hesitancy in v
rChammierlain's Cough Re
=P. Moran. a well known
ter, of Ptetersburz, Va.
n it to our children wh
2itlh bad boughs, also whon
Adit has always given perf
'. It was recommended
Irgrist as the best cough E
tren as it contained a
r. harmful drug." Sold
mand all men'iiie dp-lo
c se some for his good news. and we arranged to out."
e ses. and set out for the abode of the esteemed "I have waited long for this day," he
ve did not carpenter as soon as we had finished said, "very long. But to me you are
luncheon. strangers, and though you know so
ml ht have Calling a couple of rickshaws, we, much you are not the one for whom I
n wish to under the guidance of Mr. Yon. who have waited."
ur identity. trotted beside my uncle's carriage. "For whom have you waited?" asked
no jurisdic- were run out almost to the extremity Jim. "Tell us. Perhaps we know some-
I ung was of the native quarter, and at the bhot- thing of him."
is evidence tom of a narrow. dark looking street "Like you, he was an Englishman,
bo it for an our guide called a halt Here the rick- but unlike you he wandered over the
ffa r to one shaw men were discharged, a proceed- face of the waters. A tall man and a
b tel who, Ing which might have been fraught brave in his day."
ty of some with some trouble had not Mr. *Yon. "His name?"
d getting who seemed little inclined to bandy "Kingston."
did not words, hit one of the presumptuous "Know you not that the writing of
as valet or coolies a severe blow on the side of the Kung has been seen upon his fore-
head. This effectually silenced the fel- head?"
r sren. low's garrulity, and he took the prof- "Nay." he gasped, "I know not Then
mmend- feared fare with an idiotic grin. the blow has fallen?"
my says We were then led up the above men- "Heavily."
wa e have toned little dark street, and presently "So shall It always be until the curse
en troubled we stopped before a low. wide doorway ip removed. But for my Ignominious
>pi cough, and window combined which opened life, wilch so far has shielded me. 1.
ree satisfac- upon a room some three or four feet to should have carried the wri.t
to me by a below the level of the road. Here the here," and with a scared look he touch-
m. icine for smell of freshly sawed wood immediate- ed his forehead lightly.
o pinm or ly assailed us, and after infinite peer- "It is to remove the curse that we
by eight & Ing we at length made out the figures have come." said Jim.
M- of two men working in the interior "And you propose to do it"-
d gloom. "How we know not It shall be left
Ah Yon said something In Chinese, to your illustrious wisdom to find a
and presently one of the figures looked way. Go to Hongkong said one who
up from his work, dropped his saw and has carried the writing of Kung nto
then came slowly toward us. Natural- eternity, and find Koon-Sl. the carpen-
ly my anxiety was very great, for it tar,
was highly probable that this poverty
stricken carpenter, living this wretched Prof. Ivison, of Lonaconing, Md., suf-
ife in this vile den of a cellar, was the fered terribly from neuralgia of the
Sin e h ad com e so many thousands was stomach and indigestion for thirteen
Sman we had come so many thousands .. ...a .n ith a doto fsfiled to
"AimA 6- o
L., .- -
S personal attneoamt. but we promised
'age.) him good payment If.he should succeed
in finding the carpenter. Koon-S.L
lethargy' The fellow answered glibly enough in F r u I
character, pigeon English and seemed to make
to Austra- light of his task. declaring with no lit-
ourney to tie confidence that If the carpenter was To r g o
s if by a on the island he should be found. So 1 a1SC gOOd ITUlt
though he Jim gave him a dollar as an earnest of
! Now to our Intention to do the right thing, and you must have Potash.
possession away he went on his quest, promising ,
aed them- to report that night He was an ac- Fertilizers containing
of his de*. tive. eagle eyed man of some 35 and I
et and act possessed a ready confidence In him- at least 8 to o% of
e said and self which was reassuring. I was not
nly gifted -a little taken with his shrewd. Intelli.- Pots will g bes
leader of gent face, and I felt convinced that we Potash Will give best
n as chair- had Intrusted oqr mission to the right results on fruits of all
ing the re- person. rCSults on trits ot all
iere force However, that night he had nothing .
ag in that to report, and against all reason Jim Kinds.
soot could gave him $2 to quicken his intellect
to uIe Ij and his feet. The fellow was much Write for our pamphlets, which should
i fair trial astounded at this unexpected display be in every farmer's library.
of generosity and honored my uncle They are sent free.
or was to with a doubtful, inquiring took, just as
my father a child might who having done wrong GERMAN KALI WORKS,
)enter, but receives'a kiss instead of a beating. 93 Nassan St., New York.
sk appear- "What for you make two piecee dol-
vse a Ch;- "lar?" he asked, a characteristic utterly
needle at un-Chinese. of miles to see. the man who mignt
mid these "Why, you poor beggar." said Jim, possibly be our salvation.
i each out "If you have been everywhere you say Therefore I scanned him closely, and
replica of you have fairly earned it." a dirty. ugly. almost repellent face it
possible to' A curious smile stole over the Chow's was. but I saw with joy. with a joy
tary unit? yellow face. a deep. meaning smile, i which was not unmixed with horror,
t the first thought. and though I said nothing I that his broad left nostril had been slit
liffcult of was an"ry with Jim for so cheapening in two.
a-es think our wits. But the smile quickly passed "It's he," said Jim.
merely for a'ay, and something very different "Yes."
ng them took its place. The carpenter looked up. and his eyes
ter, was a "My allee same make t'ahk you." he were black and beady like a rat's.
guish said. "Walk well much more 'ard to- "What seeks your honorable conde-
SI take it bynollow tiolin." ascension he asked in very good Eng-
e entirely W'hen Ihe was gone. I turned to Jim. lish.
covere. he who nt mny inquiik'ing ;unce wliU a Jim looked about him I)efore speak-
wOlld. so smile. Ing. Then leaning forward be lowered
as r- "I 't tis voice and whispered. "The writing
o'as a ear- "I don't t'f'l l;V iS _o ; ,,, h,1i a; it el,
the living pears." he :id. "''! ayv::* y his I ,s,, of Kung is; eonce lore seen in the land."
r'hoo of of asoiishe;it v,:s \,,i) l!t, .:: Thelt (a;'ienter lwwcd so low that I
Srhoo of could not see what ffieVt tl'hes words
e should Your Best Work had on him. lbut from that moment his
cannot ho done 1nlPiess you I.nv 0o;t. iiflniner beamni one Oi' of intelligent con-
t was not hlIth. Y.-mi cannot h ive goodl health sideration. an1d with inany gracious ,x-
ced. My withrnt purp b!ood. You m-vy hivc plire cuss hi. Ieg;( Al. to enter hisq c n-
l:he man'.4 hlod hv taking Hoo,'s Sarsapatrillas we dir
condition: now. on cannot realize the good it .l lt.l. i, wi l 1
ing to the will do you until you try it. Begin tak y-. fer t!h little stair whi'h led ( wn
wrath of ing it today and see how quickly it will to lus w.rksho|p wa. badly cotiditioned
nore dan- give you an appetite, strength a"d vigo, throughout. while its base was lost in
age, and and cure your rheumatisin, catarrh or gloomi. O(!-r .stonmeud All Yon was
.hould scrofula. soinewhai:t p-reiptorily ordered by the
carpenter to ri'n:in out in the street. a
wilderness. All liver ills are cured by Hoo. s coimnand which lie, .loeyv d without the
for even Pills. 25c. leastt demur. In1de4l. poor and ragged
and ugly as lie was. Koon-Si was a man
after we o a l- a o ,
rs of the dollar. Poor beggar, he doesn't seci of an imhde!ialle presence. and one in-
to possess too much of this world's stinctively f.lt its influence. He may
goods. What's more, Davie. you know :have ben only a carlm-nter, but he was
as well as 1 that in every country aile- a master among carlinters.
giance may be bought. We are stran- lie ledl us through his dingy work-
gers in a strange land. watched, for all shop to a stair at the back. and bowing
we know to the contrary, by those who low, motioned for us to mnounL it was
do not love us. Ah You may prove of but a makeshift of a stairway. straight
use. Unless I am greatly mistaken, he almost, and entirely free of a hand rail,
is a shrewd fellow." but notwithstanding such slight de-
Almost too shrewd. I thought, an.d Ificiencies we succeeded in inounting
mentioned the curious smile which I with safety to the room above. This.
had seen play across his face. and cast though not in any way elegant, was a
welcome contrast to the shop below,
SMr. on's endeavorthe. genuineness of and though an abominable smell per-
M.. Yon's endeavors. vaded the atmosphere It was the one
"So. so." muttered Mr. Jim quietly, vaded the atmosphere. it was the one
"but I am not blind either. If Ah Yon thing which is inseparable from a Chi-
falls in his search tomorrow I shall nese house and may to a certain ex-
double his present." tent be obviated by a free use of tobac-
eo. We begged permission of our host
1 admitted that this was the most ex- e be permission of our host
traordinary method of procedure of to continue our cheroots.
which I had ever heard. This he graciously granted, declaring
| Jim smiled. "Perhaps, but we are in that we honored his degraded dwelling
China. the land of inverted notions: If by smoking in it. after which piece of
S he fails a third time I shall raise the politeness he carefully closed the trap-
Sh to ts." door through which we had ascended
"And so on." I said rather mockingly. and then beckoned us to seats at the
"Mr. Yon has only to fail to earn a other extremity of the room. Here the'
dollort" comfortable competence. What will be light was somewhat better than in thq
the reward for the fourth failure?" shop below, but it did not add an addi-
a impertl- "I shall add to the dollars a sound tional luster to Koon-SL If in the semi-
e shops, thrashing, and then-well, I may hand gloom he was ugly. in the light he was.
u se of thi him over to the police for obtaining if anything, more hideous and dirty
metimes money under false pretenses" than bad at first conceived Truly my
u esy, but But Ah Yon. great as may have been father had kept strange company.
s nd a sul- the temptation, for some inexplicable "Bowe cat a excelleci esa" T w he
i peculiar reason failed to succumb, and just be- Now we can talk l peace. The writ-
di ner that fore lunch of the following day he in- tng of Kung is once more seen in the
t mission formed us that he ihad discovered Mr. land?"
eg nations, Koon-Si. Jim paUted him on the shoul- "Yes," replied my uncle, "and we
bl query, der and gave himi a couple of dollars have come to you to help us blot it
T. B. Rice, a prominent druigist of
Gr ensh ro. T;a.. writes as folo'.vs:
-'I have handled Dr. PiUts' C;irmin:;-
tive for eight years, and h:.ve never
known of a single instance where it
failed ta give perfect satisfacio'. Pa.r-
ties who once use it always mak-e per
wmarent customers. We sell more of thi-
article than all the other Carminativ's.
soothing syrupA and c lie drops corn
aiedl." For teething children it has ni
METHODS OF SUICIDE.
How Desperate I'e'rsons Adopt Preo
valling Styles of Dentructloa.
"The remarkable methods several sui-
cides have adopted ini this city recently
call attention to the fact that methods
of self destruction are largely matters
Of suggestion." said a doctor. "When
0 man gets in that condition where he
Wants to die, he has little inventive
ability and adopts the metthod that has
been brought to his mind. Yiu will no-
tice that after one person kills himself
with acid there follows a long list of
acid suicides. It is the same with any
unusual method. One lprso.nI gets upl
an original way, and that :
next one to try his hand un we have
a whole series of such grewsome nov-
"I have proved this theory. Several
years ago I was discussing this feature
of suicide with several friends, includ-
ing the coroner. They ridiculed my
theory. I offered to prove it It hap-
pened that shooting and hanging were
popular just then. I wrote an article
for a newspaper on the horrors of
strangulation and pistol wounds and
explained the ease with which one
could kill himself with prussic acid.
Death from prusslc acid, you know, is
absolutely instantaneous and. many be-
lieve, painless. Thefe had not been a
sulelde with this acid for more than a
year, but within a week after the arti-
cle was published there were four. and
one of the unfortunates had clippings
of my article in his pocket-
"Of course I was accused of killing
these four by suggestion, but I was
never arrested and do not feel guilty,
for when once a person has decided to
kill himself the method Is a slight mat-
ter. No person in his right mind will
commit suicide. We all know In our
sane moments of easy ways to end life,
but when in the suicidal frame of mind
nature seems to rob us of our reason In
this direction, as If In a desperate hope
of preventing the sacrifice."-New York
Mail and Express.
His Fervent Hope.
Mrs. Sleepyize-Henry, the alarm
lock just went off.
Mr. Sleepyize-Thank goodness! I
hope the thing'll never come back.-
Ohio State JournaL
Thousands of Children -
are made happy and comfortable by
Tnh- Pn M-1-1- rv I .A 'V. We
DOUBLE DAMi SERVICE
Schedule Effective February 3, 1901.
Nt)zi & Hl & AsT. *U. *.l .lf. .u il(N iVISIX 27. | 31.
Ltv Jackonville ..........1 it, a 7 4i p 1) aW IvJat iville 91....... .." 0 a 7 40p
+Ar Fernandina.... ... I ;taa. St-t p ....... Ar UIallwin ......... .. .. ..... 944a 825p
Ar Everett........ ....... .. 12 11 0 Ut p 9 31 p, Ar Wahldo............... ....... 11 15 a 10 10
Ar Savannah ......... .. : 1:1 p P l p 11 453a Ar Gainesville.. ....... 1 p ......
Ar Fairfax. ...:........ .. : ll p 21 a ........ Ar "t lar Key .......... ...... 5p .......
ArDenmark ............. 340;p 121- a....... Ar Silver Spring ... ...... I SOp .......
ArColumbia .......... 5 p 4;a ....... Ar( la ... .. .. ....... p1220
ArCamden........ ....i 73Mp 641 ua:....... Ar Wilidwood .... .... 214p 130a
Ar Southern Pines...... l. 1o37 p l1o Iia ....... Ar Lee-burg............ ... ... ... 2 p 330a
Ar Raleigh .... ..... tl2i a ll SIa....... ArTavar e ............. *.. ....... 321 p 420a
Ar Portsmouth.............. 7 1 a 5 51 p ... Ar Orlando............. .. ..... 4 45 p 720 a
Ar Richmond.............. 4SA a 5-Tp. .. .. r WinterPark ....... ....... 6fTp .......
ArWashinaton.... ......!. -i845 a 930p j....... ArDade City.......... ... ... 3.: p 306a
Ar Baltimore ............. .1.o10nuSII 3 p!... .. Ar Pla.tCity...... .. .... 418p 405a
Ar Philadelphia........ .lil30p 256a ....... ArTamis ... .. ....... 5l0p 500a
Ar New York................. 33p 6 1:al .......
WkEsr. DIV. & N 0. 0 I 3. 1. *No. 68 leaves Jack ille daily at 4:25 p.
Lv Jaecksonville...........I......... 7 t5 311, pt M., marr-ev Ffernrandinia.i f p. m.
Ar L City.............i.........9 1;3 p11lo0a Connection made at Fhrnandina with Cam-
Ar L -%, >u.................. .. ... 10 (X) p .W p berland Route steame s, leaving Fernandina
Ar .adison .............. .........101 4 I 04 p 1:30 p. m. daily except 'unday, arriving Bruns-
Ar dlontices ol.................1210a 315p wick 5:4XOp. m.
Ar homa-vlle .............. .. Ia ..... + Lave Ferdannida foJaksonville7:40 a. m.
Ar Monign ery .. fa ............ 8 10 ....... and 2:40p. m.
Ar t. lxo is ............. ....... 744 a ....... Arrivals at Jacksonv le from the North and
A ralhlaassee .......... ......... l00a 3135p East, No. 27.sat7::a n.: Na31,.at3:50 p.m.
A -juinte............... ......... ....... 427 p No. 35at 8:30 p. m. ]rom the West. No.2, at
A ve Junction ... ............ 515p725 p. m.; No. 4, ai a -. m From the
Ar en-a, ola ........... ... .......1 lp South, No. 44,at 9:t a. m.; No. 66,at 3:55
Ar" .............. ....... ..... 3 a p. m .
ArNew Qrlean:.......... ........ ....... 7 40 a
Train No. 44, the Florida and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train tetw en St. Augustine,
Jacksonville and New Yo k. via Richmond and Washington, including raving room, compert-
ment, dining and observation car-.. 'ay coaches between St. Augu-tine 4nd Washington. Train
31 and 44 carry ,Pullman !tuflet sleeping cars between Jacksonville and -u4inipa.
No. (M6, Florida and Atlantic Fast Mail, solid vestibuled train, consi-ti. t ,f day coaches, mail,
baggage and express ars between Jacksonville and Wa-hington, and Ilman sleeper between
Jacksonville and New Yok.
Nos. 3 and 4, Pullman liufet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via Moi icello, Thomasville and
Steamers for Key Westnmd Havanna-No. 27 makes connection at P-t Tampa with steamed
leaving Mondays.- Thursd ys and ,-aturdays.
Nots. 2 and I, sleeper be airun New rleuns and Jacksonville
Full information at City~'ieket (fni(e by I.. P. Hopkins, Agent
V. E. M'BEE, It. E. L1 IUNCH. A. MaceDONELL,
Gen'l Supt., Gen. Pass. Agent. AS.L (Gen. P,.. Agent,
-w Portsmouth. Va. Jacksonville. Fla.
Carrabelle, Iallahassee & Geogia R. it
PASSENG 7R SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. t. 1900.
READl) OWN. I A P.
. ..................... 11.... 00 0 .Carrabelle .. 0 9 ... ........ ....... ...
S... ...... .... ........ 14 5.0 .. .. .Lanark. 5 f9 40 -" ***** ***- ** ****..
-. S 2S. .Mclntyre.... 13 9 251 .
......... %11 37:15.0 ....Curtis Mill.... 15 9 201..
.. ....... ......... 11i 2 So choppy... 19 9 1 .. ... .... .......
.. .... .... .... .. 5 .... 21 4 Ash Milre.... 21 9 0 .....j. ...... .. ........
........ ......... .. 122 5 ...Arr 8 45 ..... ....... I...........
..... ........ ....... .. 2 3.37 0 .H illiardvillP .... 3 8 :1l .. ....... I .. .. ... ....
... ...... ........ ... 3 40 2 .. prin H ill.. ...... .... ... ......
.... ...... ........ ........ 2 5 50 0 ...Tallahaswee.. 50 o 8 0 ...... .. .... ... .. .......
U M.1 A. U .I....... :
i F. Stop on signal for glvenger.
Connectons- At Tall auee with trains on S A L At Carrabe e with Apalaoiook-
rteamers. At Apalachic,.a with laChttatbooehee River Steamers I
S S. Mail Steamer Cm-recent Cit.% will lear A rala"chivo!a daily at :3.i rr Rmeturnin
gave Carrabelle daily, 11-011. M. F. W. ARMSTRONG. Gen. Pass. Agt, Tallahassee, PU.
CA ARRH CAN BE CURED.,
Murd k's Catarrh ure.
IT" OES TO EVERY'.'PART
SU SAFE AND PLEASANT
- -- I ,, 'y 7' -,
[TO Bx CONT'UMED.J
n1 lW know you that I am ibe? t A .
Koon-SI Is not writ upon the boar d
above my workshop." 1
"You shall know him by the slit in | E
his left nostril. Those were the words."
The man touched his' nose quietly FM ORY LOAED SHO UN
and then with a diabolical scowl m-t- LA
tered: "Aye. aye. the slit In his left nos-
tril. It is the handiwork of him wvi)o O N New ,FP I.ed$rIPaIa,
would have a more fearful writi 4n g 9dA
here," and he tapped on his forehead InitlMapon thea takenoothers andyouwillgetthelb.l t~tmoneycanby.
with his thin yellow fingers. "But so ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
far he and his have passed me by. ar d ,,--_,-,-a-_-_-_ ____ ___--
I think Kung's day of reckoning has ----_ "-
"You don't love him. eb?"
"The dog," he snarled. "He hasM0m- m- H t hing ancy
tilated me as you see and forced me S or IM .-H tcIllh4lle r UIy
con (20 f For Salo,
SOur pemns con over twenty (20) breeds of Hi h Grade Bod
4 Stock. adapt to the South, from choice and mo t vigorous strainm
,rBa Plymouth Rock. White Plymouth Rock. Whit Wjndotte.
Brow Legho rn. White Leghorn. Black Minorca&s Ho. o Silver
Span Hamburgs. Buff Cochins. Light Brahm rte.- etc.-
l e Southern cents for Incubators and P ary Suppi
4 THE GRIFFIN B OTHERS COUWAU
SEXCELSIO POULTRY FAiR, "&.
9 Catawgw fre. MALL .
OCEAN STEAMSHIP WPANy
"17T dog," he mwirred. "The days of
Ku., q1are n umbcrcd."''..
dwell iii this ignoble manner. For m) -
oplositioin to htiil my house was hurn-
e( y 1(',ol, d,,:-tr,,o ,. for in on (,'hi- -
nesse way iw not alone punisihes ithei
guilty, but all tliose who are connected
with him. So was it in my case. I L ND A
was forced to fll mly Imart of the coun- B LD ND 8 .
try and s('4i refii'L here within strain. Fast Freight and L uAriou, Pas->ngyr Rimte to N-wY-rk. 41-1 Irth ib
gers. and li,. Ie lived for nany hor Rail Ride to .avae cah.
y.ears. fearing (,a h
wou)i!l liilu] mii hiding phl-e. Blut. lless Thence via palatial spres st-am -lips sailin, from S .vanir .- or ship each
Syalr.. fe ing Wa veht. ig wetkt to New Y mkil CN eaetiocWithh-9w ea
(41d ie the god.s. tlhilgs are working out wr und lnrk to New Yor s making ('oietiI it w .- ,Oir 8
as I lavo. dre:.anmed. I have lived loln All tekt.ta,..ent.,an, I telsare -'upnlie: ,ith monthhi sailing b'h.tl,. Write for generw;
anld paticntlv for this. The days of informcni ion, ailiigiscii til"Os,stueroomt reservations. or call on
Ku:lg ar'e na mllll)eredl." iv iI PLEASAN\'T ., (ti' I Fr0.i ht :.nixl i':S--' gr A.1t.. NXew Pier :l.-'i ort .ivc'r. New York.
"lIndOed. I hope so." was Jimn's de-' AL Ei( II\\WKINS.tii..\ AL Tri e li it., *22I w. i iy St., .Ilaek -2>!i e, na.
vout (x!i--n;tin. "It is full time that
the hainlwritin.g of Kiung ceased."
"It shall c icse.". said Ko, u -Si Im-O r A .I A R IM I M
prr'sively. "and 1 will show you how.* Al A R i I
lot 7 Pt~., oif -rDLan.~
(,t.81 low V' Iveualty, boncma
V*4illdvetOfI"r (isf the 'act few
W~d*-16a Ps N'aoId thit farmers of frost
- "W41to SOt faitM ~UIk %ell advance.
ftI~ 391TI;'m uiips on oow leg'for
d~p~ ~a dplla~e f trij'g t iet it heale-d
33'. I'Ofr5 Bof RIjsvfr alve motuijily
~. I."N41 of ho 4Ifalve sohealing.,
Wgtand Bro -
OciianQutartoitf. liead a very emRIl
110m' asaI *'vtW.),i,1 ut, a mote do-
2 Ubtful eno-1,Ptsit.nu~ioit a'Its hrdly be.
~giiacd.All f. oor ;,f tote. heidi. s head
Sv biesM well cultifste and they used
10 t the twat sidveateteege. Their tunir.
foW5 Sr arot bat g would not have
Thi Kd You H
WMLs.W. J. Disviv of T1homasville, is
16ming fritn-is laerea
Ni~sPage. .4 &'4iniblis. 0:a.,is the
WOM5of Mu-s Aniv Prunt.
Mism Be-a- itGilb, 10tijis tbits week in
flt nieapwulle Tibstin g her buster, Mis!.
Dr Ocorite H. (heovtin wild wifa, after
qvisdug a, Oeopm ul visit at Punaeea
fjt~ijb, return ed Ifi tie laot week.
Cheap 1. uur~cei.
Rainy a in-vit ha. c-in n-tired against
Ruigi Vs dimsst. m'qb.'tcs. or it, le-r dam-
49*11US Vlntilfli~t icy eJ liA Min teWitt1)0leIcOf
]Di. 1i I. 5'. te1 s- liv i tit Home
"Iis l it ott .Jae kruo i'iie % ptiiltilte city
Mifis Lihla bLim -. is ctt titWachington
bi- v i a k to a~iii tI~e iibauguial cere
34r' Rwl it. B;, ke-. 1l imier ejviozPn)of
Tallahavsev, pa- I lhu aw g-leii-re from
WUUCY 01.. hm,;..ey mv lfIr Ocala.
Friday Ic m-d itoi amaa vvi.iL 01 LWeJ
Bon. Reelet. MeN tte!e.lasin tle city
KaIarIU6, hIL(.tic t,-,L mI:ebest PLyiixciaL
qmi guai laici e Chid"liiI, F~s Al
Apowe. Aille'.,-- or from _74th'
West Druu Th-
Mr. Geiirg- Wb S -x m i's. areid-rit of
9dsCsalwaI Cigv JP4 k, ;c. iipa:niei l i'
firsc. ,xou, It ft f-ir IBait, ime.this
Mrc. G wo P u.'e i a; r. *'.Gat., is
WL itl)g lhei r b.1li:rRIb-v. 11. Mutiry. pas-
isrof eM E. Cuterch.'
Mr. Wm. E. h(+ e~r, iie-tent 'ifllrtlw Ke-
boo; flir. wtrs ki4. of "avnnti-. &ia.,
m".ifinthiletyvdi sZ tfltile- 1).,%tweek.
The Be4 CQ.IA Tonic
11m poimlively 1114- 1K14mg of 1Milaria. It
Arire-sI the nm.lar t.irpim ithe cysreme. it
stimulate-a 11e;' -f t~l.it. dries away
Abe baitgusr. 1-y sis ctie-vutheni~iig anire
havigovataig 1u:-itie-H. ir voeu 'iantiitla
Wit-t taxe the- K it Mlu aluui& .Wixfit&
Mr. Wn!. 1., 4; -c-,; s itnedi to his
Ix we it; ~Lt t. -I d. -ds,%aiter a.14-ts
aj1lt ll en 1; 'l. it fi.di aud rdlaivec.
Iir. 1D4 tip laIs is ?tit- (it our regular win-
ter visitos, auaI l4 itmisi ds always se-
gpet to iei t+_ (s-frt
His. Barry Fai reeturntid o his week
fromn Penma&4x. whweresw had been virit-
Ing frisads during UseCarivrawl.
Mr. Edwin F. I luke.i's.opinil-g UP On
ir ftm. reenP..rlowr n#xt jlotir to the tM.
Jame-is Hotel. It will be know am thes
Acme IeGreUr-am Parlor.
The cake i-alfe of the AvAs~cint~d Mahri-
ties of the Cty Ilt wi~t Ws eld [a4-,t'%.tur
dY, was in every waky a prowbusace
.necefts. The. pnx*eq1, amautited too
$17 70. The ladies are much plwbW at
Lbs-jr ~Ceu RI'.
Mr. Laurie Gflint, wiace tformerly. llv#-d*
sulth his uaotl'r SaLVie &"Mearel Ph. ce" Do
half m-le orth of lown,i- pitying a vi-,
tis hit; friend, Mr. As I iur R-4nodtlph. Mr
I rant won Vet y poisular he-re aiflong Lilt.
young people sand so finls. many uisa
trienda that are delighted to see him
Mr. C. La. hitne afwr e-rn extended
viae'L aniong his old f friends and relati ve-
re-turned this -veork t,,)Pe-hast~t-ee4, aoil
will iopen up a law '1411ce awel in, kv- Pen
tincola. liA i uture boise. We asre s)rr %
t. sees Cheever Iva v. -but are su re he L
nakiisg a g-otd iove.'
The friends of Y r T. J. RAlier's wil
reg.re-t to learn' ti'..t lie Il-&ha') etit co1-
lii. busio~e!s..and go toli~sicsunhsry plecellbr
it Wlailow aL lkabL. M113. .-AI-tS vr~aCA'txd)p.;-
A '11hons~and loaigses
Cotild net expijess iIw~ ra 1),ure of Avi
PhsiLladjephiae. Pa.., wile"-ushe- found tLla
Dsr. Kitig's Now D sc-,very for Otiossusiep
Laden hadh Lelnple-tely cssri-d lherin ( 'P
backitig cough Ihat ftir nsisism years 1_;-
made~i life a lU, denu Alli0other re'iswIa--
and d. 'dors could give- her nio lelp. bac
Ah ir m ys of I ibis Moyal Curt'-* I 4(, -Isi
leraive-d the-pAits. in may vler-t ant, I vat
no0w nehc-p wictind ly. t-osniething I c.:
scamict-iy remie-nowier de~iiag hlcfoe. I Ie-.
like sicsundm~g its erioise-.uhsresu-0imittli-
Uuusivelese." .SID will e-ve' y to'. le 14)Irl.
DJr. Kinig's N,,.%,Ds-eu'ery f-ar all%
trtsuttl- itt thee I boat, Cl..'t or Ltucg-.
Prive 50e. and $1. 00. Trial bi eiit les r~,.
itt any drug sturt;;t.very teuttLe guarani
Gen. Ditvi'l L~i:~g hats reurneft fron!
Ci,)'',la.x IK' fh, t he'pe slatlar p&
to, thle Capita~l.
C-I. j 1T A. r.-.e j ii' A.le
I-lse i~"of it.
LAb. tiis our 'A'eeeod ie i% Issrmasnilaa z-iii '1r
Beans the die Kind You 1hag Ar- B4
Mttr. "". M. Cox. a p a awt ret1 Q*1
D,-Futtimk. cun.'titi le' es ity tias etr Ii ak
rte-zditig the Stipivinae Coutrt.
COt. Jolm V n \ imop mid 31r. C
man %Vaiitltertcp e4?-vt. toicigo di ewis ii
the Was eiss', river ou a caihjaaag-ouL ex
p.edititen i'tis --.
Mr. A. J bradlev'. ci4P,f .tt:46wii. Pit..
aireived iti lt (ie iyTtit-:u'1-y. Ia.tw. l-ai
w V WiIII sha 4-k, d- gt- of our ,rFit-,%;I lloxvy
a..i~~iiv Well 'art .e d !I))-; wee-k.
iMr.M 31. GO a p k~I-, ea. t -
'who Ieec ntlv sr I % -e Ii tetans Ntiw Y: 1
hias (l-t*15Ca a sie iicvte Mr. 1. hls'
Ss-ue stoat'. See? his .ad iin auteimiwsc
Air. N. W. Epp.a't;, ex U a*'ritit(-i-dt~nV
o! puhib in lst licilttqna lar1,4 ()1.- C' 0151I
"aei'cipi)iltII't-YiAit-~Ii. Ejepe.s, was sillill#
The T. 1. A. Sbe'.itiywill begin w~al-4
Im~sle'uiate Iv on J;ack-on Sq-.jate. The
ISqualue iis to4)eIte tt!ed aiiem gi-aced,;
efrow-tcway laid cout. a-aid Ibelie jrecipitow;
Wi-Ft a~llcJ eal-t ideli Ht- fu'to I~te sh4:IWo alit
isrfd. 1T- i~d t s %% ill lice-it roc-e i d .
he.autdyy hit- sqtialm, ultit'hu. blug .i
ilie tit reugi efaliiv 14 'ijg to ftiestaik oll.
%k i0l be! all flttlatctiI'*ihlIA-lWe
s lut-i dY.
,k- -lm -
,Ae bIle hi'r-. m-sl re tt-s, A)' i to Is:
tile imabov re n(,,-tamooous qaerut-te ;tppe
'-per..os tMorcli 201 '1. 'true' r tho ,jp
of the Govericar'.G ais id-4.1
9a I-Si'v t I i s -I ;ite ll.-ir fr1Of.> lr r
er'rliZ.-. s l i --e I--;i tali ,* ii l 1i
1i ycsu want i lto feed you."
1 e lea-ln tha:t Ilnt r or- i* fineron,. i
I'l~,t'es Ir.i* p rii. s ai-road i(r re-aill -
*I : Ve:-L.-A'ls< t ti 4l l 1 i (-lita Til
t. 1 i- lIli- (.l .4 lii :itll rive: (
O lt s r -r-ieia ,'s ;, in 'ii (< :i .:" i ,.
s>rn tits-.! te i td ;vaceiirVs e o -
-< 'ilb- t'ss-. :ss- ,I ;i :t- i T ;,'le :[ ,1 .; 4
* Hi 1).' V ll lli... .1c ) ((;,( :i,.'_ T.O :ia.:
Is a pleasant and powerful
ointment for external applica-
tion and will cure the most ob-
stinate and advanced cases of
If your druggist don't keep It,
write for It0. abox. Address
J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga.
~. .4 'Whuis I I 'emi'tisui lets fNo
'k~ fIv l )P 1--P m tua'hivis-a-f i'FlCne' aisc0
;va u iccs e,-. le .11-ptasi sI lie-1w.d-a
t h tie z."'.-e ,f Ilb. jic-1ss;ae i un vit.
Aee 1leI fc r tlI:e u 1r; 4c- asf, eC1lii6i' op I
seed~~~ d~l:a~!~e. 114-.I-ovauc'a'
(MV 4l.r IIalt.S in 'e'm tib e is'
1acit'. the Si.t. t I'sii Ilutatiota. You v'i, I
- ve folueny Iy ( alas sg .g11n him.
Te pst quarter of a century recorftin
many wonderful discoveries in medicine,
but none that have acwmnp~ashesl more for
humanity than that sterlingi old household
remedy, Browns' Iron Eitte**. It seems to
contain the very elements di iroo health,
and neither man, woman or zhibid can take
it without deriving the greet.OP4 wbeneit.
Browzia'frn Bitter is sold by all dealers.
Please nhlitw me rlawe in Your
hitrinly valued column, for The fol-
We feel it an i el.Od!.lv,
ais well :es a p-itIsire, to cL 1) e word
klitew of(Jtile. wIV',he rfa we)k la-jnt"
e#oiie fear tbe e"-oi'ed 4110it.et of tile
;:1Irao11i1:t sc!teasacvhat, 111i",''--,!afl)e. ef-
;ers(if tt'4) s Tie t pWi111 V.
l'-ihavill''!lga fcsrl Ive( 01of
:5 -0. aIetl fsii lb a t h a.c. e-c,41(o.c
c lii.r.. Iwo!-
M ''e l wottre', 'Is I Ohe ,e'
A FNVYF T'R -AV :- I j j
c ,e-jIwr teWinnti -t t. e -'it' .r ai l
,11C 10.de~ It if ', lartlis jsx ,l- .i.
rnit.. Ap;.iy to '''21If-!.
I :ai~ lid 'ii I:j(ke :aeo one wale eWj 1k'
-'!i' n. t or '.c-tu ie A jjd i y to 1.R I F
'14-ti '.WA. M'(:,s~v
Ma-' ':rth,' -tReS "%A.lv'. i'.-Q VIte
hU I :11L, Ilot..at :'e Iia .s -tI.. :-its.enii -it
tuli andC : i oii A)l ri.Ve.,Addi.Lt W; 1a~: 1lK' 5-0141'U
I.' K I 0 lilylt- e'. j;itflI I swtlit'n-:- iesre- kil
tittsurpas:I%-tilion iie- Ceii vcirtaitI('.'or *t*'IZnl
-uarn)aatiag.sea :sart, itadoa t lie mrtrket !:or
I lifteimte. For tICr. tibal-Id ,U-ar v.'it tisi w.1ta
4jiI E CIT~Y B"I--p uK''F- ~scI-t
aheIce a ua .hee lilt froin 61 .oooCt'-
-9.11410, uibol a i ile- I re I iiig iv-1n nt
t IIIW 41ea.-'ratioiu i2 pi'r cexiL. iiet. Applly to %%
4,1oft S~.-hLP Cl-EAT'-OfFE-.CIiTH IN-
1* a-4t 'itthu L')nspGrow L)tK-~
ptjt. I ,, 18:is i u u
E. L. GROSS,
, .-,--' .0 LA ba.
T .Whomit mayOTcElU CommiCn Broker
P C en 'Note Eitce is heiel.y givit, hat after 12o'clock
Fli e nooni 1.dnertday,Naeat-'UnI.no bids will -Ie.
r grcy vcr m l,,, e. ,eieed lo01 ,tle hie o, -tale I riiuonl-or,
Sour year- contral-t Leginning J'.lauu;iy 1,.2. MANUFACTURER, MERCHANT AND
It 1 ids niu:,t le In %%ri g cl tsRi l ten ;Act, r
Zy do n t tilird -ee-k, made iyaib to.J. B. Whit: eid SHIPPERS' AGENT.]c
,- r. a-urer.lo iliue amnt otl $U.o per capii ---
eod Seeu -ranc udpef%%y h i, ud erd od.' %hi, I1Iave really iale for all Florida pro-
el need a '- um hall d i bll uasat foreaitute to tl.e -lale. d.l'lit( s. S| ll' lialId at lrre-
hould mily yor on or coals ny refuse e itl lenlr )-r 1S i.dp.
iisthec itsitret afer ib .rtLeir lidnfs ieii a.- ient for ew orl a Syrup, t i
et their gestv.- cept d b% M o.; ,d,
hi loard res-erive the right to refuse any ard Peas aind Florida Peantis.. Quo-
W un ropery. a'l lt a. a ornake ai r cti.ita rllie uion i0as. stations on request. Correspond-
I convicts. that any and all perso si.-al ra who ...
best inter et, for the ctiovict" sand the r-tae. as lIIe
righi- rof oth af i thte Lcar- a aiaduty of these aid il
iWi lto"guardt. yho.'KK.FREN.ES-A iV .railroad agent or
I a rtebiddirg may bid for a!l or a part of the
e cihsor may 1-i in other wa. s. Any penoi wholesale nmeicliant li the city.
.J- hbidui.g naI-t a.nke th.irI id uron te tlasis .
Of sthe Les-e or the Le-'t *-, I eaign alln expeio-es 01
IVERy Grre L I i the ennviet rim the tune of entieie iei the
L.VER OIL Court to the camp or works and aH ezl enses o; E' s LeCRO 8,
OIMT fIffE4SOSWA u sr. ..phyicia Loerd.tlolimn,.et'.,he ,tate TAl PA, FLORIDA.
o L in d e a way taxed with any of the expnsett .
and chasgeo nYce -ary for the care and custody o
the pri-onerorpri-one-r-durinir thr term of uea-e
ely correct th I s ll n d.inder the a utract to be male M I li NR T
I herontractwill retain to the State through
Its office ft, 4 agent.', full -upervisitsn o thMe -FOR-
Sieanvictsmunderrule-%, er ul dou anau orders ti a
f pd from o4nC- may e amdeorriven Iy cheBoard. .orebates
half a teaspoonful All sbidm utbmdp etheoryoftak-
bottle threeor four I tgcm.toe ,siaorep asi cki my gfme o
r 4dered in any bid. No Lid of le" than $130.00(
r cadpita pr ass um foi every and all convictsb
YW n W9q000 SeC waln -esiderea.
S3y- 'All t wo thlnus belng equal preference will be
I ngtoeI, For 14y) b 'uliss ri Adele Gerard .
udren. from half to eat B. LcI.iw,
tL ECCOrdiR to agriculture. la now open a select assortment of
U M alI 4A11IRRAIU AR14 Millinery and Fancy nnd..
i meA *
is best i
oose in feear h
e ae not mak-
Shavo the ad-
ueof our expe-
Ve are not mak-
a s a wit4 id l Cv tl 5..cm 4iwat-d tld c Ni~~e
I.: -1 4 ha a itt -m ii eri vit-1,t ( ,I tu., aill-; ~S ie4. :too i i r''ea
jdVif 116411Ai'cIijwith iiide 'riable. rwais, :and;111 klild. 'of *wed p
*te-sk s t.-Is. hin.a t idi It r:Ii. Qet Ii-i lii eo Cll.t.:1itjy CA
A mdo-I $ ifizsl .-icel is, el iii (.1 itiiiml i t 1 .1 1, 1 e
411I1 C.t lov I htit it;i -h,. III iii tg et'V- t i~l Ito), C le ra 'rtheir,
ery ai1;~lay mrritiirig wwr ~it i~idr a thr 'j'LWHOteeI,, Owhr -isflrn.n
atiteist MIS (of ci;Iond c(I liorii mi rn 1111- P1:41u-ftii ,I t tliij
A t, he of i cheolI sen We cIsm-Q. vl:Iji Lfz~it l, ho-1 Af 11.rl ern tomi
servit 6ci.iaes. climii I llch 1111 tetlow.1.1t: 1c d 141i ~iesiay.~t
he c., a-ife~vt e.4 ''~ :~:ji' ti;4. rerj -jr lls i;1l~ i. e;rcci
1531, f-4r the m
lie i -.s. of d .-!W timi- 1-0!1) haslW l i-! 11T 'kL A I ~ l
(1, 111, 41l ot h .I~i t i E XrTTAWA,
:1 s') I Jrt vWud l ow i4)1 tit 0:114-
is the o-ne which on cuft offand
LA,* cow awa2y every: r. thatyou
I~rV ps Mtnch lab illn -1i~ h
elld as all the rel fst f 11"', CigU. and
yet every man wth-i 71r-75a c !*r c Ut
it Oir zrd t~trows It 1 y.~ ou get
all von pay for wtih", yoUIM.u"%moke
Old Virmini4Oer ts
Three hunlrc~i million Old Vr ~zCherocots srm
year. Ask your own decj Price1.o0 5
Eo~iPrice,,-3 f if
T1AY LOP- CHIsL
JArchitects a4 Buildd
M nufacturers / g i-U
0 all kinds (d.
( ll .C dol lumi-
-e r (1 ." .
,- iiur- | ; .- D .;' .
I. s s la ir _- -- .-
ra ls,balus?'rs, '"
p rch t olumus, l-rackets, ni:icl< rl'ill, I.
nfl nts, and turned iiand scrol wOiof every UL
L e and Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt
Guarantee Our Work to be: ,rst-Class in
Prices R 0jonable.
ce, Shop and Lumber Yard, n Se:t Boar
lot south of
ANew Store! Jew
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4- Ille Iated