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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1901
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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HAY RESENTS STOR Roosevelt and was glad of his selec- THE A A A
S| Edward Atkinson has written a
letter to a friend in this city, in
Thati Thi Countr is in i which he makes, among others, the b teS t h f
That This Cuntry is in Leagn following caustic comments on the.DebteO Statesmanship of Jef.
Philippine situation: "I observe that
I th Eiln ald, a very large military display in f --0a1n 0Mo00o
feathers and uniforms took place at
the inauguration. But, I observe that
HEE STORIES COE FRO when the question is put 'Who will L GIVE A BAQET
WHlERE STORIES C IE FRO enlist for the Philippine war,' very WILL GIVE A BANQUET
few but deadbeats and degenerates
answer the call. The total enlist-
And the Reasons Which Promp ments for the last two months have During Commencement Week--Oov-
Then-=-Otl r Items. been about 4,500, 20 per cent. of ernor Elected Honorary Member.
__ | those who offered. That number will
i not make up for the depletion of the
Washington, March 16.-Even th- regular troops in the Philippines The Anaxagorean Literary Soci-
the Anglomamacal Department o during that two months. It does not ety of the West Florida Seminary
State is becoming restive under t increase that force and adds nothing held its regular meeting in their
efforts, evidently inspired by high in place of the volunteers. This rooms at the Seminary building on
sources, of the British press, to make makers great progress in the intelli- Thursday afternoon. The question
it appear that the United States is gence of the people. There are few for the regular debate, "Resolved,
tied hand and foot to British policy poor enough and few belonging to That Thomas Jefferson was a
in China. Not only is this untrue, so the second order of fools-not the greater statesman than James Mon-
it is said, but the administration ia natural fools-who enlist for this roe" was ably discussed by Messrs.
at last waking up to the fact that: ghastly service. I observe, too, that Irving Williams and David M. Cook
its interests in China are not a unit each regiment of volunteers return- for the affirmative, and by Messrs.
with those of Britain, and that the ing under arms numbers about three- Clarence E. Shine and Russell
latter has betrayed it more than once' fifths of the original force. The rest N. Felkel for the engative. The
since the troubles over there began.- are dead, wounded, diseased or dis- judges decided in favor of the
As matters stand to-day, it is per-: charged." Apropos of the Philip- affirmative. The ever popular ir-
fectly apparent that Britain does not: pines, it may be mentioned that the regular debate was then taken up
care how long Central China is in a; prevailing belief here now is that the and many spirited speeches were
state of unrest. Her trade interests Supreme Court will not decide the made for Jefferson and Monroe.
are almost wholly in the Southj insular cases until it reassembles -Much benefit was derived from the
which has been undisturbed, and: next fall from its summer vacation, discussion of this question as it gave
where her merchants are making it being reported, apparently by au- a clear insight into the lives and
lots of money. On the other hand,, thority, that the questions are so public works of these distinguished
Central China, in which the United complex that it is impossible to reach Americans. .The Declaration of In-
States had built up a great trade, oc- any agreement without several dependence and the Monroe Doc-
cupying the field almost exclusively, months of uninterrupted time for trine were ably handled in the de-
has been looted and ravished until consideration. hate, they being probably the
the purchasing power of the people Conitantly increasing sales of do- greatest work of the two men. By
is nil and will remain so for years .o mestic wines, liquors, and beers, dis- a close vote the Society decided the
come. Russia, on the other hand, guised. as imported goods, has led irregular debate in favor of the neg-
dominates Manchuria under a plfn Commissioner Yerkes of the Inter- ative--James Monroe.
much similar to that by which Eng- nal Revenue Bureau to make an im- The Society decided to hold an
land holds Egypt She has an army portant ruling. He holds that the annual banquet during the com-
of about 75,000 men there, who have shipment of these goods is illegal, mencement, and the first will take
restored order and who police the'and may be punished with a fine of place next June on the night of the
whole great province. Since she has $500 and confiscation of the wares. annual debate of the Platonic Socie-
been in control American trade has Officers of the bureau say that a ty. This will be one of the drawing
increased by leaps and bounds, prac- large volume of the "imported" cards of commencement week W.
tically all the present American ex- goods that are sold in this country the members are anticipating m..
ports to China going to that part of -will be affected by the ruling. They pleasure at this gathering To -,;
the Empire. Britain naturally ob- ;declare that many firms are doing a orary members will be present &a
ject- to her hereditary foe establish- big business in selling American banquet and will respond -
[fing herself, .yen under a pledge to wies or liquors under foreign labels. Definite arrangements will le
| evacuate in time, i so vast a country Often these labels "not only are pleted for the banquet within the
I and wishes the United States to join printed in French or Dutch, but next two weeks and the toasts as-
her in driving, Russia out Hence,the they go so far as to give the name signed.
flood of im siforination that pours and address of the mythical foreign A committee was appointed on ar-
into the UI ited States via London. ;firm. Officials of the bureau are inm nts for the annual debate of
Advices to the State Department di- doubt as to whether the law can be rangment or e annu d ant Th
rect give reason to believe that all the construed as prohibiting the sale of xthe Society on commencement. stroke
wild tales of war between Russia and such bogus goods, and they believe Anaxagoreans have many strong,
Japan, adn of Russian spoliation a test case' will be needed to decide ospea erse t ora-
and murder are concocted in London :the point. They say, however, that tors in the Society will be put on the
for the benefit of the United States. without doubt the shipment of such commencement debate.
They show, too, that the Russians -goods on the part of manufacturers The UHon. William S. Jennings,
have been as merciful as any power is prohibited, an4 they believe that Governorof Florida, was, by arising
although Russan terri^to was in this construction of the law in itself vote, elected to honorary membership
evaded in the first place and hundreds may result in breaking up the busi- of the Society, and a committee was
vae m e nrst lae a aunl rei ss. appo inted to not ify the Governor of
has been far more merciful than Ger- eco ..
-many, whose campaign of revenge A Iarrow Escape. The picture of the Society for the
could not have been carried out ex-. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada annual publication, The Argo, was
cet wth the cnsent of Egland-a f. Hart, of Groton, 8. D. "Was taken taken Tuesday afternoon on the Cap-
cep wit t cone o n with bad cold which settled on my lungs: itol campus, and is a ve, handsome
campaign, by the way, which injured cough set in and finally terminated n picture. In the center the oup
American trade a hundred times Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up, l *,,. ..?. gr p
more than it did either Germanor yig mI could live but a shortim time is Governor William D. Bloxham,
British The eyes of Seretary gave myself up to my Savior, determined while on each side are seated the oth-
arr t could not stay with my feds on er two honorary members, Hon. Wil-
areported to have at last been eh, I would meet my aluent one li B. .a ad Aet..
opened to the way in which he has above. My husband was advised to get am B Lamar and Albert A. Mur-
been deluded and misled, and it is Dr. King's New Diascovery for Consm phree, President of the Institution.
ossiblp ,hat hp ,fa ne lv s r iy on, k9ouband Colds. I gave it a trial, The picture is by far the best that
possible that he may ace squarely took in eight bottles. It has cured has yet been taken for The Argo.
Brioi some day and t.ank God, Iman" ...d anbotw- The question for debate at the
Senator Platt has "laid down" ties free at any drug store, next regular meeting of the Society
permitng Coonel anr to bei n eularsiee.and$1.00. Guaranteed is, "Resolved, That intemperence is
dmtd tint office without gret s erin or pnee refunded. a greater evil than war." Guyte P.
ucted mnto office without registering ..,_ ..


an further protest in the matter CITY SANITARY OFFICER pion the armative, while Walter B.
lowed y, e-Too Depew Commencing April 1st, Mr. M. F.McLin and Robert Wallace will up-
wed sunt. A few days ago Senator Papy will resume his old place as hold the negative.
Platot announced-that he though sanitary inspector, and will at once
Colonel Gangers appointment would make a house-to-house inspection
not be made, and, if it were, his con-throughout the city to see that every- A VERY SAD DEATH.
fiation would be opposed vigor- ig is in a perfectly sanitary condi- About ten days ago Mrs. J. Mon-
ously in the Senate. Senator Depewtion. Citizens had better have things roe Smith, of Rochester, N. Y., ar-
joined in and expressed himself a ip shape when he starts around, else rived here and stopped at the res-
pposed to Colonel anger, who has Reub- ey may have cause toregret it. idence of Mrs. R H. Gamble, on
n out with-the New York Repub- lnton street. She ha- ....
lican machine. Remembering, how- Ne Clinton street. She had a severe
evars mag hent he "r khi 8ispa's greatest Nee. -cold, but on Saturday went to ride,
er e disaster that overtook him r. l P y of Bareloa. Spain, notwithstanding a very high wind
years ago, when he resigned his seat apend his winters atAike, 8. & We k as blowing The re h was neu-
i. i the Senate because of an appoint- nerve had casred severe v yins in the owing. pneu-
I. mnent made by President Arthur dis- b k ot his he"d On E tri monla.
Stasebf-l t hi-mse l anor-. C k Biuem, Amecas greatetslood and Dr. Palmer was called and did all
gthel o f Nsew York R Nerve Remedy., ai .pain oon left him. he could for her, but she grew worse
i.ng, the leader of New York Repub-. He says th isg medicineis. whathis very radlyand a 5 this
Slicans was unwilling to precipitate country nee A America knows very rapi, .. t
M other controversy in the Senate, that it c liver and kidne. t Mu.. mor ning passed away. ndertaker
idey succeeded in t t h M the blood, tomee up tw stomach, Jos. Duncan has charge of the body
%nld decided to eiveipl Just how, Me-* the nerves, puts vim, vigorand is preparing it for shipment
inley succeeded nw life into every e, nerve


VOL. XXI. NiO.


at the te House for the i rpor- THE COUfSI
BOLD HORSE THIEF actionn ohe Pensacola Dry I k and
___ Shipbu ding Company, wit a car,-
ital st.k of $600,000. e gen-
Operates in Open Daylight on eral su byotio th sin o wi Will Ask for Injutionig
be the docking, building nd re-
PubIC Street pairing~of ships and vessel of a)! Water Works COml.
kinds, acquire, hold and ispos.3
of real rnd personal prope Tne --
WORKED AN INGENIOUS RUSE WhiteJ. T. VanSaickle, ry T PAPERS HOW BEING ID&WK
___ Knowlton, Percy P. Willia is and __ A
To Throw Off Suspicion, But It Was Francis: G. Gorham, of Ne York
To Throw Off Sspcocity; Charles H. Dashmi and By Judge Geo. P. Raney, Coisel for
Not Successful. George WV. Wright, of Pensola. the City.
____ Letters patent were gran d also -
for the incorporation of the lorida
When Mr. Dan Atkinson went to Alumintim Paint Manuf turning Some time ago the stockhoIers of
get 'his horse and buggy Saturday Company of Jacksonville, lth a the Tallahassee Waterworkf Com-
afternoon to go home he found the capital of $10,000, to man acture pany met at the general ooes i
buggy, with the horse's bridle, tied and sell roof, bridge, m e a nd Philadelphiandnd passed rehr lutionm,
to the wheels, but the horse and har- house paints. The incorpora rs are prescribing a minimum rated 52.5
ness missing. C. E. Qarner, E. C. Long F. J. for residences using water. astrue-
He naturally thought the horse Pons, J.P. Curry and Fra Clark. tions were then sent to Stpeontend-
had pulled he bridle off and strayed RE0o,'UTIONS OF RES CT ent Spencer, who has charge of the-
away, but became suspicious that E business here, to get new ctractrs
something was wrong as he could The following resolution have signed, providing for the newrate.
not find any trace of the animal in been adopted by the Epworth e The matter was called toife at-
the neighborhood, and as the food of Trinimy M. E. Church, o Talla-tention of the City Co at its.
was only half eaten. His son, who hassee, Pla., on the death Prof. meeting last Thursday n and
had fed the animal at 12 o'clock had W. S. Vfhiteman. Professor ie- generally discussed. It m tobe-
gotten permission to go in the coun- man was for a short time re he the consensus of opinion I t I the.
try and spend Sunday with some left hern, president of thee, Council ought to do sonhthg for
friends. and was very popular with ill mem- protection of the water m-
Mr. Atkinson made diligent bears. The resolutions are as allows: the protection of the water r co mmi
search for the animal everywhere, "WH EAS, The Great Su- Ball, chairman) was instr ced itc
anc in the meantime -eceived word preme Rjler of the Universe in sult Judge Ran)y, City Aorne,
from his son that he had put the His infinite wisdom, seen fit take ad take sucg action as he adsned.
harness in the buggy w ien he fed the from th world the soul our The judge advised o n as he actin pro--
animal, so as the harress was miss- worthy brother and fellow worker, endings to restrain the wa4 cm-
ing with the animal, ,fr. Atkinson W. S. hiteman, and whe the pany from putting into effect meter-
relized that some oqe had stolen short b intimate relation held antes other than those prescied i
hi:h9. with hirnl in the faithful dis rge of rates other than those prIsc bed'in!
hyirse. t weth h m the faithful dis rge of charter ordinance, adopted almut
The thief had showed a great deal duty nm his League, makes emi- the ch arter ord which tl, acom-
or'sharpness by leaviAg the bridle nently fitting that we record r ap- twelve hears ago-whichundr since
"ti to the buggy, thui making Mr. preciatio of him; therefore, it its existence.
A1s n think the al had only "Reso ed: That the isdom Actin under advice of thattor
li"pd the bridle an strayed off. and abili y he exercised in th aid of ActinglunCer ma vice of th attor,
Sunday morning ar. Atkinson our Leae by his untiring rvies Water Chairman Julius Balled a ting
saw a negro boy, ab~ut 12 years and wisecousel will always held ofconsumers to mittee at etingty
S"vin hi re ownMnroe by us in fateful remembran- co suiers to meet at tl City
old driving his horse downMonroe by remembran Hall Monday night to take skeh ac-
..i. hitched to a buigy. He im- Resol ed, That the sud n re- tion as would authorize the 0ity to
meitmtely had the boy arrested and moval of suh a life from am ng us roeein the injunction ae matter.
, is now in the county jail await- leaves a vacancy and a shad that Quite a number responde(L and'
rial. The boy gave his name as will be ply felt by all th em- adopted resolutions calling upn the-
r Cooper. ers and friends of this Lea andCouncil to act in their behal' This
w n" will pro a serious loss to iety
strange part of the story is will pro a serious loss to lety ii done, and a basis se t
wa s and the community in wh lie
a buggy was stolen two weeks and e community wh he work upon, papers are ing rawn.
-Mr. -Diamond's ve Id Tht th d We will probably know the outcome:
store,an a orse was style recent- "Resold, That with dep pa- a fewdas.
ly from Mr. Tully's stables and all thy for e bereaved relative and
suspicion pointed to this boy as the friends o our deceased brot r, we PANACEA ITEMS.
thief. He, however, became fright- express o$r hope that even great Mrs. Richard M. VPannilew, two.
ended and turned the stable horse a loss to As all may be ordai for -hildren and nurse, of- Clev'land,
loose and it was recovered, good by ]im who 'doeth all ings Ohio; Mrs. J. E. Ragen, Ywings-
Another horse was stolen in this well., town, Ohio, and Miss Sadief*Will-
neighborhood lately and suspicion, "Resold, further, That these iams made a pleasant party fo. the
it is said, points to this same young resolution be spread upon t ree- springs Tuesday. They havAchar-
rascal. words of th League, a copy fu shed tered the "City of CarrAfle'
Such boldness is very rare, even in the local paper for publication and steamboat and will make excisions
the oldest thieves, and in one so a copy forwarded to the be ved from Panacea and see all the ghti
young as this negro boy, is very re- family. A a copy sent to th Wes- of the coast in the vicinity.
markable. The boy's parents are cyan Chstian Advacate. j Miss Norma McMillan, Ne com-
very respectable colored people of S. P. ROZEAR erstown, Ohio, Mr. 0. R. HTrrell,
this city. Miss N. E. GAL E, Crawfordville,. Fla., Mr.
SWM. CHILD, Hodge, Apalachicola, Fla., (I W..
ASHLEY BROUGHT HOME. Comn ite. Camp and wife, Crawfordvifl air
Last week TiE TALLAHASSEEAN recent arrivals.
Last week T TALLAHASSEAN Mr. H. B. Hillman, of Chrago.
contained an account of the sad "A MISSIONARY TEA. has been having some fine fihing
deah of Council Ashley while on The Ladies' Missionary Siety in the Gulf at Otter Creek ri and
duty unloading shells which had of the Presbyterian Church e a in the fresh water lakes near l a-
been captured from the insurgents. most enjoyable "Missionary ea" cea. A 6f pound red fish i no-
That is, a story of the exploding of at the hone of Mrs. D. B. M well sMport for anybody.
one of these shells and the wounding last Thursday afternoon. Pa on Mrs. James Cormtz, of Phii1dci-
of Ashley, from which he died the missionary. topics, appropriate mu- phia, landed one on the end of the
onowming day. sic and recitations being give by wharf over 64 pounds in weigh The
His body was embalmed and the following ladies: Mrs. ers, ladies came in with sixteen bigoncs
shipped home by the government. It Mrs. Officer, Mrs. H. Gamble, l rs. that day.
was expected yesterday, but did not Spencer, 3Miss Flagg and Mrs. ts. Mr. W. C. Hollister, wife and
reach here. If it reaches here before A profusion of violets adorned the children, of Sioux Falls, S. 1. ar-
that time it will be buried Sunday rooms and also the dining ble, rived from South Florida Tucklayy
with military honors by the Gover- from which dainty ref h nts They are friends of Mrs. HillyIan,
nor's Guards. From the time of its were served at the conclusion o the who telegraphed them to comc
arrival until Sunday it will lie in program.


ozier's undertaking parlors, two T- he sociability and inte of CIVIL APPOINTMENTo
doors north of THE TAT.ATTASSEEAN this occasion certainly proved the .
office. study of missions can be ma as C. C. Collar of Arcadia be
Ashley was reared in this county, fascinating and instructive as y commissioner of the Pan-Amw
and his mother is still here. She has department of literature. Exposition. S
the sympathy of the entire commun- The Christian women of our un- C. W. Carlton, of Tampa, i1 be
.ity in the loss of her only son. try are learning that when mo of notary public for the State at lftge.
the "club" -idea is adopted in W. C. Hawkes, of Oak Hill, t be
LETTERS PATENT ISSUED. sioary progress there is no lae of notary public for the State at lfe-
interest in the work of our va oa Edward Croft, of Dade City, I be
Letters patent have been granted "Boards." notary public for the State at l .ge-
for the incorporation of the follow- W. H. Beckwith, of Tampa, t
ing companies: WON THE PRIZE. notary public for the State at Ibage.
The *Hygienic Baking Powder The Equitable Assurance ety Samuel D. Smoke, of Areadi to,
Company. of Jacksonville, with a and its State agents have a *of be notary public for the Stat1 aL
capital of $25,000, to manufacture, stimulating: their traveling e- large.
purchase, sell and distribute baking sentatives by offering valuable p Lucius S. Brown, of Pensacof, to
powder and other articles used in The head prize f November d be notary public for the Stait at
cooking, and to buy, sell and im- December, oered by Knowles large, o
prove real estate Arthur F. Perry, of Pensacola, who are state ta.Georg& C. Warren, of TampP to


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Are Our Schools Educational Bone
Yands?
,One of the most potent causes of
the inefficiency o. our schools is a
wide-spread mis49 ception of what
text books" are. Persons who have
never been know ito rise and leave
a church when e text had been
read with the sup ition that they
had gotten a se n, are certainly
guilty of a parall blunder in sup-
posing that a bra h of learning has
been mastered use the contents
of a text book e been made fa-
miliar. -
This error is n mere technical,
pedagogical one. t is deep seated,
and its blighting e ect may be found
in nearly every p of contempor-
ary life.
We observe th school patrons
generally are la ring under this
misapprehension m their unwill-
ingness to provide literature other
than the "texts" f r the use of their
children either in hool or out. Not
only are they us ally satisfied if
their children lea their "texts,"
but they often obj ct to the sermon
when they are so f rtunate as to have
one of those rare echers who appre-
ciates the true vah le and purpose of
the texts and know how to expound
them.
School officials iomimonly select
teachers almost or quite exclusively
upon their proficie cy in the "texts,"
when frequently t e elaboration of
these texts-the re l purpose of the
teacher-is a matt r totally foreign
to their experience and abilities.
Such teachers assuine charge of the
helpless little flocks in practically
the same attitude as a preacher who
considers his expos tion of the Bible
to consist in requ ring his congre-.
gation to recite it in daily install-
cents; with this u appy difference,
that the teacherr st be submitted
to.
Such teachers w uld hardly, if in
need of a horse, contented with
the skeleton of one but he has seen
only the text book keletons of Ge-
ography and thin he knows the
subject. He would protest against
living in .s mere f me with rafters
for a roof, but is intent with the
history of the world in four hundred
pages. He could ot be inveigled
into buying a cloth r's sample book
for his Spring su but has no
scruples against di porting himself
as a mathematician on the strength
of the solution of a -w sample prob-
lems in his "arith etic." He has
mechanically drod forth the
words of a whole se ies of "readers"
and would-be indi t if his ability

An H nest

Tired eling
There isa an "ho tired feel-
ing," caused by ne sary toil and
cured by natural r4st.
But very different is that tired
feeling," from whic4 so mwIny coinm-


plain and which (nay even be
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classed as a disease.
That tired feeling t-ecs you to
bed tired and w-a:.i y u up tired.
You have no api:-tite, have bil-
ious taste, dull hea i:che, are ner-
vous and irritable, i'lue, weak and
discouraged.
In such condition IHood's. Sarsa-
parilla does a world pf good. .
It begins in the .ght place-in
the blood, purifying-t. and impart-
ing vitality, then iti tonic effect is
felt by the stomach kidneys and
liver; appetite comes pack, all waste
is removed naturaMy, headaches
cease, that tired feelig departs and
you feel like a new rson.
This has been the experience of
thousands.
It will be yours if wou take

Hooc('s

Sarsapqrilla
Sold oy all drd gis~a. Prepared
by C. L Hood & Co.,owell, Mass.


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THE WEEKLY


TAJLAHASSEEAN,


W v m.- process. it increases about oiJe-th.rd df
dPH p in weight and about three times in I
volume. W(
Air slaked lime differs from freit s_
02,, slakea lime in that it contains a i
0 New large amount of calcium carbonate. sb
In deciding the condition in which gr
IAF ", & RANK MMC to purchase lime, it is well to con- eA
A S 2 t0 Md ,w-e sider that one hundred pounds of le
e ON*l. 1 mm quick lime are equivalent to about ald
I s my baby's e* kt one hundred and forty pounds of *h
I eian1sly a& s mmem w slaked lime, and one hundred and W
h 1 i wly 411NaM hMMs )' seventy pounds of air slaked lime. th
t U y W boe a .. wh d o Floats is finely ground phosphate at
,la* VM w m M* r rock and may be used to advantage ti
,. M ~*. LIZ=U aVAt on lands rich in organic matter. Be- IS
j a- *. & sides furnishing lime it also slowly pt
furnishes phosphoric acid. If the iu
t soil is in need of lime other forms su
b so ua a are better for supplying the want. m
** Wood ashes contain from thirty to
'-"--ma -m^ -te-- nifty per cent. of lime and may be in
to read were' questioned; yet the used with good effect. Cypress nm
great world of the life-giving liter- ashes may be had for nothing in is
ature of our mother tongue is as far many places in the State. They con- ji
beyond his reach as though every tai aboutfifty per cent. of lime and ta
line were in Sanskrit. one-half per cent. of potash and t(
An instructor of Florida teachers may be used to advantage.
in an experience reaching some five Calcium sulphate or gypsum is i
hundred teachers of all classes, rural found in deposits in many parts of c(
and urban, has found upon their the country. Much of the lime in
own confession that a startlingly acid phosphate.is in this orm. si
large proportion of them have never Marl is earthy matter which con- t
read a single book aside from the re- tains partly decomposed shells. Its 1<
quired text books. A few iozen only use is limited to farms in close prox- a
aqure familiar with the work our imity to the deposits since the cost ii
popular novelists and poets,while the of its transportation is quite high. W
readers of histories and essays are It is not uncommon for a marl to li
few indeed. If we accept the state- contain both potash and phosphoric r
ment that to read is to scan the acid in addition to lime. d
printed page and in response have Lime enters into the composition
formed in our minds the thoughts of all plants and is undoubtedly as t
of the author, to have vivid images much a plant food as potash, phos- 11
painted upon the mental canvas, or phoric acid or nitrogen. A plant t
the depths of our being stirred with will not grow in the absence of lime,
the emotions which exalt mankind, but this substance is so widely dis- i
how many of our teachers could es- tribute in nature that practically g
cape registration upon the census all land contains sufficient lime to i
taker's list of illiterates? supply the needs of the plants that
What vitality can there be in the may be grown on it. a
teaching of one whose mind is print- The benefit derived from an ap-
ed in pica and bound in cloth? Or plication of lime is due more to its t
consider the inspiration for the pu- chemical and physical action on the I
pil in the teacher whose teaching soil than to merely an increase of T
brain was shipped by freight from lime available as plant food. f
New York and retailed at fifty cents Without going into detail the fol- t
a copy ? lowing are the chief chemical
In the sharp every day competi- changes brought about through the a
tion which engages the businessman, agency of lime: a
the politician, the man of any sor Lime as sulphate has the power
the world struggle for success to break up certain compounds con- 1
his originality, his aptitude, his find- taking potash in an unavailable t
ing out of things which are not condition. It also aids in the forma- i
known to others, his endy applica- tion of double silicates of potassium '
tion of his knowledge to the inci- an4 aluminum in which form the
dents of his environment, these are potash though available, is prevented c
the measures of his success. But the from leaching out of the soil. It
teacher is asked only to know the promotes a rapid decomposition of a
contents of some imported text the organic matter in the soil and
books, mere aids or conveniences in causes its nitrogen to be converted
teaching, and should an examination into nitrates. This is the form in
question be framed to test his gen- which nitrogen is best assimilated I
eral 'information or his originality by plants.
of mind, his indignant protest "not If there is an excess of soluble t
in the book" is warmly supported phosphoric acid in the soil, its ten-
by school officials, patrons and his dency is to combine with compounds (
fellow martrs of iron and aluminum and become 1
Far be it from me to harshly crit- unavailable. The presence of lime ]
icize the teachers of Florida, an hon- prevents this, and is even believed
est and earnest body, or to include to be able to decompose any iron or
all in these comments. At the worst aluminum phosphates, which are in
they teach as they were taug the soil, so that the phosphoric acid
Their teachers before them were may be utilized as plant food.
"gerund-grinders" and had their in- Thus it appears that lime, by its
tellects manufactured in New En- peculiar chemical properties, is cap-
gland pintng offices. able of rendering available all three
How long must our State submit of the plant foods which may be inm
to a dishonorable dependence? How the soil in an inert form.
long must we m oan our poverty Another important function of
while untold wealth lies undeveloped lime is to correct .the acidity of soils
all about us? How long must we which are rich min organic matter.
look to the North and West for or- Such soils are frequently so sour


iginal thinkers to develop and en- that certain plants will not grow
joy the resources of Florida? How on them, yet they produce abundant
long must we import teachers who crops after an application of lime.
can fill our best schools creditably? A moderate amount of lime also
How long must we buy our thoughts greatly facilitates the growth of
from book companies? Until we nitrifying organisms which exist on
insist that the schools teach Florida the roots of leguminous plants and
children to think for themselves. causes the nitrogen which these lit-
How can we secure this. condition? te helpers secure from the air to be
First, by making it possible through converted into nitrates and in this
a liberal support of the schools. form stored up in the soil.
Second, by selecting school officials. Aside from its chemical action,
who can and will direct the liberal lime when applied to stiff clay soils
funds provided to the end demand- renders them more friable, easier to
ed. Third, by securing teachers who cultivate, and better able to supply
have in addition to an abundant text moisture, heat and air to the plants.
book education and the necessary Its use improves the texture of
professional preparation, general in- sandy soils, making them more con-
formation, independence of thought, pact and better capable of retaining
and the true conception of the real moisture and fertilizers. It may be
purpose of education-enabling the stated here, however, that sandy soils
pupil to think independently. ill not bear very eavy applications
To secure these teachers we must A TEXAS WONDEL.
have examining boards of profession- -
al and business men and women of Hall's Great Dicmvery.
the highest ability, with full author- one small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
i*, .. .... covery cures all kidney and bladder
ity. to test upon common sense. troubles, removes el, cures diabetes,
Teachers will rise .to the highest seminal emisions, weak and lame
standard set for them, if their corn- back, rheumatism and an irregularities
sensation. is made commensurate, te id s and blad in both men
Com:_nsu* -and women, regulate qladder troubles
-and normal and training school fa- m chidre If not sold by your drag.
Scilities are adapted to the demandalgist, will be sent by maR on receipt of
S .." .-_.. .--... .81. One small bottle as two moethl'


THURSDAY,


Mi.RCH


21, 190


Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn, com
Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble bo
and constipation for a long time. She
says, "I have tried many preparations
but none have done me the good that P. F
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-


lets have." These Tablets are for sale at
Wight & Bro.'s Drug Store. Price, 25
cents. Samples free.







is hard enough as
it is. It is to her that
we owe our world,
and everything
should be made as \
easy as possible for
her at the time of
childbirth. This
is just what

OTHER'S

FRIEND
wi do. It will make
baby's coming easy
and painless, and that without tk-
ing dangerous drugs into tie sys-
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
I etetrates through the skin .carry-


ne more or less work along
e, and it has been conclusive-
nstrated that lime judicious-
led is an efficient means for
bng large crops at a good mar-
profit. It costs about the
i plant, cultivate and harvest
area without regard to the
,the crop, and if this can be
) by the addition of a few
of lime to the acre, the rela-


tive ofit becomes
greater. Besides, the liaeV
ifesta good effect for a
year- In closing, I Wiah
that y habit of liming n
pern)i us when practiced
the ?yose of wresting frot
its l ed up plant food,
pra ccd with a careful
rotattoii and fertilizing, it-
profi *e return.
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lime as will the heay clay soils. has d
From the foregoing statements it this li
would seem that most itls wilt re- ly den
ond favorably to an a plication of ly. apI
me. If a soil is decidedly acid or produ
ur, lime may be applied with a gin o
eat degree of assurance that ben- same
it will follow. Its application to a givr
pavy clay soils will usually prove size ol
Ivantageous. The use of lime on double
)or sandy soils requires caution. barrel
Vhen added to such soils it renders
ie little plant food in them avail-
)le and tends to their rapid exhaus-
on. It is best in such cases to add
beral supplies of potash and phos-
horic acid, and to rotate the crops,
sing cow peas or velvet beans to
ipply the nitrogen and inorganic
matter.
In general it may be said that dur-
ig the fall is the proper time for
raking the application. If the land
sour, the application may be made
ust previous to planting. The same
applies -if only a small' amount is
be used. '
In case quick lime is *to be used,
; may be placed in small piles at
,nvenient intervals and a gallon of
rater poured on each pile. These
should be covered with earth to pro-
ect the lime from the air. The fol-
owing day the lime should be spread I
L evenly as possible on the land and u
Immediately incorporated in the soil 0
rnth a harrow. If lumps of unslaked i
ipne remain, the land should be har-
otwed a second time after a few
lys.
iIt is important that the lime be
thoroughly mixd with the soil and
t may, be applied to advantagewitha
turned under.
-After screening the slaked lime
t Smay be applied to advantage with a
r*in drill or a lime spreader if these
niplements are at hand.
This depends largely oil the char-
4cter of the soil and the t-rops to be
rrpwn. It is considered letter prac-
iqe to use small quantities and ap-
)ly annually than to make heavy ap-
l: cations. Many, however, apply
from two to five tons per ;icre at in-
ervals of from five to tet years.
.Jalf a ton is a fair iantity for
in acre of land possession a moder-
Ltj degree of fertility.
411 plants are not afft('-ted alike
yypime. Most of them ar4 ,lnefited
o a greater or less extent sonm are
different, and a few a injured
when grown on recently iimed soil.
Trh following is a list o the more
oo mmon plants grown in lorida ar-
ra4ged in the order in ich they
erea benefited by lime:
Lettuce, beets, sugar-ca c, celery, I
onions, parsnips, cabbak, canta- tract
oupes, tobacco, egg-plantp, pepper, sitimo
pea, fruits, corn and cotton." and
About the only plant brownn in <
the; State which is injured by lime phys
is the watermelon. Thfs applies disei
only when a moderate quantity is only
used, as peas and some other legn- wed
mes, corn, and cotton are i'ijured by usee_
lar e quantities of lime. It may be tion
said in this connction that t is bet- tem
ter to avoid the use of lime on soils pure
which are to be planted in. potatoes, ream
since its use would favor he devel- The
opment of the potato scab ?ungus. phy!
DOES IT PAY? the I
In most cases the answer is in the lng
affirmative. A vast amount of- ex- a ad
perimentation has been conducted in effic
order to answer this quoston; in Uir
fact, nearly every experiment station or
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it investigations by the authority of several States
mention to proprietary medicines, nd there isa n&tuw
raw a sharp line of distinction between myste
ly articles of scientific compound and know
my proprietary medicines," say a leadin
i, **are the best possible prescri for thi
which they are made to cure. Is certainly
mnoble to expect that chemist of
ds reputation and unlimited-re-
Ught to make compounds with eiW p-
L, and It Is manifestly to thedln-
hare their ingredients fresh ind
mk*, for example, Lippman's at
popularly known as P. P. P. it
ml is on every bottle. Every
* knows that the Ingredients are
ble remedies for purify-
seod, and the compound is
Sone, which increases the
of the whole. I some-
ribe special nlxtures -
Poisonlng, Scrofulous
Catarrh, FAmwn and other
Iurising from impure andweak C
i waystfeelsafest in prescribe P.P.P.espe.Iill7w
[;rsonally acquilnted with the ggist. In piMMU
ppman's Great Remedy), I knowl am taking n
doctors feel such confidence in j standard Nrey m
that the general public Insist u on having it.
p. issoldbyalldruggats. $iaiottle; six bottdi,
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,ft er Pee r: Preaching every ilab",,h 11
.; .aoP.. XSbbathS&.M 9 A. .
lpraeMeetIMr, Wednesday at I7MP. M.
WUXTANM MMODMITOuHnCR. J. B. Watts,
in ge. Preacin at tbe old Semi
Mry every Ithird Sunday at tlla.s. and 7:.830
. Prayer-.emeinS g ery Thursday nkht.
da.MbooL 2:0 p. eVr Suda ter-
* ca-.-ae tig Sunday night, 7:300 ckk.
asTrIAn C UC B Rev. S. L. MoCarty,
Sr.services willobem d Greularlyevey
oatUA A. M. andtM. P.M Sai-sre
M e publi cordially Invited to at-
Sm day School atl S A. iM. PraMyer
gWeudnem To. 7P M. Union Chris-
eavor Mesing. 0A P. M., Sunday.
RAPuer CEo..BRev. 1. M. Provence
ISor.Prataching at U a. B. ana p. m,
Sau. undayc. Sd aho 10ol m.
MeeWtl-ag d ..A conrdal
ioso t extended to a eL .
m. Jonst n.WAoors CzesCi Dr. W. H.
., Pesor. Ser services: PresiaMn evwr
e ody-UA.M4 7:WP.M. FridaysVe uer-
s. Sat o70 P. M. S.oundaySo.l at A. .
m rSer ig Hgh Mai and Sermon"9 at 3 A. W
atealsomc0 cP.N. V .pem and Benedo-
a week days. M.NaawM A. K.
,IBLZ DPoiI Toar.Bibles for sale at all
ames at cost prices at The TCT AWAW*"PA
C. XB.L Church SuDday Sebool at 9:a. o .,
protewuorJ. G. Riey Superl.tedeSt Preabh-
in t ia and13-P. Bitlb* ,
PaurM r M t" ay night. Class Meet-
.er T m tu 3 .B. P.BaIsKDoistor.
DaWO. S' MWINo The Board of Dire-
.s of the Library Aodaionhold thetr
eetng on the third Friday evening of eOa
montbat 8 pD.. at the library.
Wm will be welcomed at the residenceofMr.
W. C. Lewi. where the service will be held
n oa0a.om.Wedn oday aat 7: op..
LO.O F
uar meeting of Laos LiDxo No.
eheldevery Tuesday Svenl t their
Ige soom, at 5 o'clock. All tnrs In
StanSd are inv to attend.
W. B. WILSON, N. G.
i CAXMPM.-BeenlairameetrBgof Au-


s ar B haned No t a, mre eldt on
ad third ThUCsday evmnlnr teoec month,
at theirLote Boom, aI ock. AdilPatr-
an n Invited to m...d.
W. H. CANMOT. Scribe.
jli4MRB rOF HONOR.

!Mohaere I lodge No. USo e c
aXe PeILBICK, Dictator.
W. H. CHAWN Reporter.
]momS= 0r PTIA.

JUL[U BALL C. C.
j.F.HILL,LK.ofI.B. 2
ST. PAUL LOBED NO. 15
(B. S. of She E.even-
k It meeItKg every W even
s eight o'clock, at Its room up.-
Sdoor east olf the the Opera
sme. All memberS Of te Osrdrw good
dSndng are.xtian7 invited attend.
A. W.C. J.
MASONIC
Tae regular convocation o Florida B. A.
apterNo.1, will be held onte S
#arth Mondays of eachmon at 8 o'ock
W. M. MGIwse6SHi.asecretary.
Regular mee=g of JasOKBON JODO
o.are heldon thelt and third Mondays
ia each month. at 8 o'clock, P.. o.
w. M. MchroBoH. Sj.. Secretary.



R. B. M. BU1VARD
PHYSICIAN AND 8SVBEON,
AirAHASE, LoiDA


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ATTORNEY-AT-1
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THE YELLOW .
(Continued from Seventh Page.)
alone. For the rest. dark thought and
hitter regret were mine, and I knew
enough of Jim fully to appreciate his
state of mind. We had played and lost,
and I, now more fatalistic than ever,
failed utterly to believe that we could
have done other. It was easy now to
see the madness of trusting so implic-
itly to the carpenter, yet not to trust
would have rendered all our efforts
futile. Who would have believed the
man was league with the society?
By my father's direction we had sought
out Koon-Si. and his welcome was
such as to raise in us hopes of success.
He had realized all we were led to ex-
pect, even to his physical mutilation,
and, though we might have been more
circupuipect, I failed to see how the
end could have been altered.
Presently Jim's voice reached me out
of the gloom.
"Can you sit at all?"
"No."
"Same with me. Forgive me, Da-
vie!"
"Dear Jim."
"Lad. this is terrible. Pray God the
end may be swift."
A low chuckle came from the far cor-
ner of the chamber, and mingling with
it, as it were, was the voice of Kung.
"Fear not. The end shall be very
swift"
[To uu o-annuso. ]

One Comtnl.
"Could you tell me the meaning a
the word 'cataclysm r he asked of the
street car passenger who was folding
up his newspaper.
"Are you going to ride two or three
blocks farther?" was-queried in reply.
"Yes, sir."
"Then you'll see one. The conductor
has carried that sharp nosed woman
two streets past where she wanted
to get off already, and she'll wake up
soon and start a catae!ysm that'll prob-
ably jump the car off th track'"-
Washin*ton Post


rfook Mutton.
He was a station hand in from a
three months' spell of work, during
which he had tasted no other meat
than mutton; also he stuttered badly.
His eyes fairly leaped at the stuffed
turkey on the hotel dinner table.
though the boiled mutton made him
shiver.
Said the host, "What will you try,
Mr. Straps?"'
Eagerly, "I'll t.-try a b-bit of t-t-t"--
The word floored him. Again, "G-give
m-me a li-little t-t-t"'- Then. red faced
and disgusted: "Oh, h-hang It! Give
me some b-blooming mutton! I h-hate
it. but I can a-s-s-say it, anyhow."--

"What's dem spots on you all's fore-
head?" asked Mr. Erastus Pinkley.
"My wife done gimme dem," answer-
ed Mr. Simpkins CoWflower. "Dat's
de stylishes' kin' o' decorations. Dem's
poker dots."-Washington Star.

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A LIGHT IN THE YARD

MRS. GALLUP RECOGNIZES IN IT HER
SUMMONS TO HEAVEN.

But She Falls to Get Any Informa-
ties From Her Husband as to the
Manner Iw Which She Should Act
When She Enters Her Home Among
thke Angels.
[Copyright, 1900, by C. B. Lewis.]
When Mr. Gallup sat down for the
evening, he had his newspaper 6n his
knee and Mrs. Gallup was singing
"Rock of Ages" and clearing away the
supper table. He had been reading for
a quarter of an hour when she quietly
entered and sat down and said:
"Samuel, I don't want to disturb you
not make you feel bad, but I feel oblig-
ed to ask you a few questions. Last
night at midnight Mrs. Watkins saw a
light moving around in our back yard.
It was a light which bobbed up and
bobbed down and dodged this way and
that. and wzt.; ..t A- ijly wejt opt It

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gave a great wink and a splutter. It
was what they call a ghost lantern,
Samuel, and it meant that there would
be death In this house within a week.
It'll be my death, of course. I've got
27 different allmantR, with heart dis-
ease throwed in, while you are as
healthy as a cornfield. Yes; it'll be me,
but I'm not weepin over it. rm sitting
right here as calm as catnip, but I
want to know some few things."
Mr. Gallup must have known of her
presence, but he was too deeply inter-
ested in his paper to recognize It. He
had found an article which said that a
bedbug could be boiled in water for,
four hours and then come out with his
ambition undaunted.
"I shall go to heaven when I die, of
course," continued Mrs. Gallup as her
voice broke a little. "I orter go there.
Any woman who has whitewashed the
cellar every spring for 27 years, be-
sides making soft soap, cutting carpet
rags. dyein over old clothes and making
one corset last her for 13 years, will go
to heaven on the jump. What bothers


"I'M SITTI BIGHT HKRE ASBCALM AS CATNIP."
me, however, is how I'm going to act
.arter I git there. You know hew com-
pany allus frustrates me. If three or
four of the neighbors come in, I'm al-
most sure to fall off my cheer or knock
over sunthin. How's it goin to be when
I git up there and meet a hull pasture
full of angels? There'll be millions of
'em, Samuel, and they'll all be looking at
me and wondering who I am, and I'll be
so upsot that I'll fall over my own
feet."
She paused to wipe the tears from
her eyes with the palm of her band,
but as she had asked no direct ques-
tions Mr. Gallup finished the bug, arti-


mim,-7


to6 kind 0": git ased to toe place before
daylight. Do you chink they have any
breakfast up there? Mrs. Watkins says
they don't, but I don't really see bow
they git itong without It. 1 know I
should feel % goneness all day without
breakfast, And I want you to look at
me, Samuel, and see if I'm the hum- 1
blyest woman ever born. I have read
that wheui we die we are changed as In
the twinklin of an eye. I hope It' so.
It It ain't; then I can't expect no good
times up there. Them angels wil be
p'lntio ost my lop shoulder, my big
feet and Oay wabbly knees and wla-
perin to ech other that Id better stald
down on alrth among the cabbages.
Nobody a# knows me can call me ost-
nate or spt but I'll be anummed If I
propose tq die and become an angel to
be made fun of. You'll be on my ide
about that won't you '
Mr. Galup heaved a long sigh nd
seemed apout to speak, but no word
came. He bad finished with the clothes-
line and struck an article about the
reasoning powers of the crow. and the
most ilreet question from Mrs. Gaflup
would have passed unheeded. Her
tears fell 'or two or three minutes, and
then she asked:
"And ow about the beds up there
You know we've slept on a feather hed
ever since we was married, and I've
allus bin particularr to smooth it down
from hea4 to foot I've got used to
feathers, 4nd if I changed off I'd Jest
lay there and kick around all night
long. Do they hev beds, Samuel, or do
they keep bn flyin around all night long
and singing "I've Reached My Home at
Last?" Sems to me that flyin and
singing all day would be enough unless
I feel stronger than I do now. You
orter know these things, Samuel, and
you orter #eli me so Ill know what to
depend mn4 I might stand sass from a
thousand angels, but I do want my
own bed when night comes, and if one
of my headaches comes on unexpected-
ly I want to know that I kin hev a cup
of tea. Mis. Watkins says they don't
drink tea In heaven, but I don't wee
how she kin know."
Mr. Gallup was not directly appeal ed
to, and as be was reading that a crow
had been kapown to feign death to avoid
having a crowbar thrown at him be
made no sign. .
"Waal, I've made up my mind to: a
few things," said Mrs. Gallup as the ,i-
lence grew painfuL "I'm goin up .to
heaven to do the best I tin. I'll le
nayburly with all the angels I meet
and let 'em understand that I dov't
want no more'n my share of harps and
wings and things. If I don't find any-
thin to eat or any beds to sleep on,!l
shan't raise no fuss nor go Into hyster-
ics, the way Mrs. Taylor did at canjp
mneetin last year. Yes; I'll put up with
things as I find 'em and make the best
of It, and I won't be Jealous if a few of
*em hey better clothes on or kin stpg
better'n me. That's how I'll act. Sain-


TIES I


And the Weak s
estReam
fnw.ivn


Into heaven
t's goin to make
I'll perish by d
the most conven
There was
lup's tears made
upon the carpet,
reading with ba
trich covers 13 f
stride when in
ticked, the sile
'he cricket on
doze. Then Mr.
aside his paper,
legs, with a "
around to find
her chair. She
angels-not yet.
The COI
The average
better work on
on the left.
make the work
less a man Is leI
ary in counting
the left ends do
the right ends.
city banks now
and turns the b
Don't dress ft
soap bubbles we
-Chicago Newa.

Are you sick?
merits of Herbim
medicine, the dom
produces the moz
gestion improves,
lose their palor, tl
and the step ela
Wight & Bro.


Cuntedrfeits of DeWitts Witch Ha c EMOE
Salve are liable to eaONe bico poisoning
Leave them alone. The original has the Patroauge Sonci
name DeWitt's upon the BK and wrap-
per. tsaharles and healingsalve
for skin disebs. U"-q Alldeaers. i
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Rested to fanuvlor
h-e M-d- of the 02WA,
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cie and jurneo to one on te care of
elothelines.
"' don't want to be looked at and
p'lnted out and made fun of up there."
said Mrs. Gallup as she sat with her
eyes on the carpet. "All night long last
night I couldn't sleep for thinking that
some of *he angels would turn up their
noses at pne and want to know whbt on
alrth I wps doln there. You remember
Sarah Jane Bixby. whbo died two years
ago? Sarab wa-s nippy and sassy. If
she wenj to heaven. It would be jest
her way to want to know why I'd come
flying up Ohere, with my rheumatiz and
back aebes. I'd have to sass her back.-
and then what would happen? Angels
do sass each other sometimes, don't
they. San el?'
If Mr. (.allp had ever given the wat-,
ter a thought. h be was too busy to dis-
cuss It. The statement was' right be-
fore his eyes that 1.000,000 mile of
clothesline went to destruction every
year for Irant of being bung up In the
wood shed when not in use. and he was
reflecting on the carelessness of hu-
manity In general.
"I may git up to heaven in the night.
when all the angels are asleep. and so
I'll slip ii all right. I hope that'll be
tba way, because it'll give me a chance

Like Ojiver Twist, children ask for
more whe given One Minute Couah
Cure. Mothers endorse it highly for
croup. I quickly cures all coughs and
colds and every throat and lung trouble.
It is a spefic for grippe and asthma and
has long been a well known remedy for
whooping cough. All dealers.


Ili BOWi11er' SlIes


IOULDIG AID BUILDING MATERIAL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
43-ly


>ut any fuss, but If
on any extra trouble
light. What will be
at hour fur you?"
silence. Mrs. Gal-
no thud as they fell
nd Mr. Gallup was
d breath that an os-
t of ground at every
I flight. The clock
grew deeper, and
e hearth fell into a
Sallup suddenly laid
etched his arms and
-hum!" and looked
rs. Gallup asleep in
don't gone to join the
M. QUAD.

terfelt RU1.
anterfeit bill shows
right hand side than
re care is taken to
curate, because un-
handed it is custom-
pile of bills to hold
and turn up only
e assistant in the
reverses the process
with his left hand.

show. The thinnest
the.gaudiest colors.


so. investigate the
It is a concentrated
small, yet it quickly
ratifying results, di-
he .lips and cheeks
e eye becomes bright
c. Price, 50 cents.


Intended


ZILLY.


AMO C _OPYRj_"ST
S CE AS TO PATENTABILITY
Notice in "Inventive Age" I h
SBook "Howtoobtain Paents"
g modern. Nfee till p- tsem'ed.
Lters dstricdy eonfdenta"' I A -d
L>6 SIERS, Pat? LawWar, agtb. C

Everybody Says 5o.
CaWcarrts v.ndy -'athartic, the most
wonderful medicall discovery of the age,
pleasant *-1i refreshing to the taste, act
gently aud positively on kidneys, liver
and bowels, cleansing the entire system m,
dispel colds, cure he dache, fever, hab-
itual constipation and biliousness.
Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-
day; 10, 25. 50 cents., Sold and guaran-
teed to (cre by all daggists.


JOSEPH pUNCAN


Mderl r a Em maer
BW Dealer in hlihble Foreign and
domesticc Orders kil d on Short Notice.
mtee his cuts and .ri.s before wending
m-ney outside therste. 44-ly


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LACKmxITHIN(t and REPAIRING.


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THE WEEKLY TATTLAHRA SRWAN: TIHRSDAY, MARCO 2t, 1901.


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A Faul Mledilne Cheslt.
A family medicine chest for ten cents
In a pretty litt* enameled metal box
you have the ,means of keeping the
whole tamly healthy, from baby togood
old grand-pa. g&o to your druggist and
get a bax of Caparets Candy Cathartic
for ten cents, ad see that you always
have them in:tbe house. Colic, sick
headache, dy pimples, aleeples-
nees. worms a neay every other ail-
ment are (ured jby some form of con-
stipation and n'hst little box you have
a perfect reme always at hand. Save
your doctor bill and prevent serious ill-
nees by the usee the sweet, dainty little
pieces of candyat make you well and
keep you well. We recommend Casca-
rets to all our riders.

Tke LaresttaiI lost Cou;le

Estai4hlcnt Smut.


GtOr s. oAPOIM &ASol


-Manufactuers-

DOORS. SASH- BLIDS


Lvw ammwSwasawa wa=u Jug Ptm. ULL Woo


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I8% ^aps more generally]nr

p.~ai'ty, as it grows older. W lre
ft was formerly ridiculed, as onerof
BM T'ilmans vigamesit is now d-
ti~ftel to be a pretty good thing
sand many of its features are being
enacted into law in other States. .
While passing through South COr-
qolina last fall (with the Florida
S Pres Association) the writer had :an
opportunity to observe some of its ef-
Zfects, and no one can successfully
.dispute that they are good. When the
temberance people resort to it for
S regulating the whiskey traffic, they
"will be able, in our opinion, to do
Some real good, and we seriously
i3oabt if they can ever go beyond
S regulating it.
!As every one knows, who is at all
Wafmliar with the drinker's habits,


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lhe commences getting on a sprie, as
a rule, by "treating" a friend, or oy
.being "treated" by a friend. This is
impossible under the South Caroli-na
law, for the reason that no liquor is
allowed to be drunk on the premises
1wheme it is sold. It is purchased )y
tthe State in bulk, tested by toe
:State chemist for purity, etc., then
repacked in kegs, jugs, bottles )r
cofhier packages suitable for distriboi-
"tion to the sub or city dispensaris.
The consumer goes into the latter
.places and calls for what he want.
THe is sure of getting it, for in ad -
CLion to the usual brand each packa e
:-must bear the State seal in wax r
*other ceiling material on the stopper.
-It is given him with the warning, If-
3he is a stranger, that the seal muait
mot be broken upon the dispensary
premises. Thus the obnoxious treat-
_ing system is absolutely destroyed.;
If there was no other feature io
c enimend it this would be a good ole
:in its favor, but there are others.
It cannot be objected to on tlie
,ground that the State, counties anl
.,cities would lose so much reveni
,~ither. The State,' buying in such
Large quantities,A-of course gets di-
..counts larger than the average
.wholesale houses. The profits oni
,sales are then very large. The citr
.dispensaries in South Carolina pa4r
:to the county and municipal govert-
inents about the same ratio of tax
;as our saloons pay, and an
:inense profit, we were told by the di
pensary people, goes to the State.
The only tenable ground we c
- see for objection is the interfere<
*with private business. This can
.excused only upon the ground th
"'The end justifies the means.
-Where the "greatest good to t
,greatest number" in a common
*wealth is involved, we think th
.such an interference as thls is pel
1haps permissible, and should like
hear from the brethren of the Sta
press on the subject.


FOREST FIRES.
'MThe 'forest fires that annual;
swweep our State have already mad*
their appearance in peninsular Flo
Sida, and may now for the next fe
z months be expected to continue thei
ravages. The fact is one to which th
. rapid development of the turpentin
industry in Florida lends a peculia
-significance, sensibly remarks th
-Pensacola Journal.
Now the Journal has no quarre
-with the turpentine operators, but i
continue: 'The State needs the
-and their capital; and they need th
;State and-its broad pine forests. O
-.only purpose in again referring to
-subject, of whose vital importance
,%m are iTrnly convinced, is to gge
-theidiisalbility of so regulating
.> h e*. idim..


would protect the forest, they would
confer both upon the State and
themselves an inestimable benefit
Or could, they bring themselves to
seek somd adequate legislation upon
the subject, the same end might per-
haps be reached by another road.
In any'case, it is only a question
of time when some precautionary
method of conservation must be
taken, and in all cases it is wise to
take time by the forelocks and meet
.the inevitable half way.
MISMANAGED GOVERNMENT.
The mismanagement of govern-
ment frequently crops out, but it was
never more clearly shown than in the
attitude of the present administra-
tion in the Sampson-Schley contro-
versy. It gave Sampson credit for a
battle he never participated in; at-
tempted to thrust all the honors
upon him (being-thwarted only by
the Senate), and banished Schley to
an insignificant South American
post with a'still more insignificant
squadron. Then when it came to pay-
ing bounties it dealt more unjustly,
as will be seen by the following para-
graph from the Savannah Morning
News:
"The other day Admiral Dewey
received the government's check for
$9,000, the bounty due him for sink-
ing the Spanish ships at Manila bay.
Within a few days Admiral Sampson
will receive his bounty money, a sum
that will be $12,000 or a little more.
Besides getting pay for the Santiago
battle he will receive about $3,000
for the fights at Manzanilla and
Nipa bay. The amount that Admiral
Schley will receive has not been an-
nounced at the Navy Department,
but it is said the sum will not be
more than $2,000 or $3,000."
MEN TO ENCOURAGE.
Under the above caption the
Gainesville Sun crowds a whole lot
of sense into short space. It says:
"Those men who are seeking to
build up and advance the interests of
Florida, no matter who they are, or
from whence they came, are the men
who should meet with the most en-
eourngement. They are the men upon
whom mainly depends the growth
and prospierity of the State. With out
their energy, enterprise and public
spirit, there would be little or no ad.
vancement. They do not work fo
themselves alone. They do not seek
to promote their interests at the pub
lic expense. They do not permit
selfishness, prejudice or malice t
enter into the conduct of their busi
ness affairs. They do not attempt t
tear down legitimate business. The.
believe in the creation of that sort o
wealth which comes from the devel
opment of natural resources, an
which is beneficial to all."


There is some objection, we under
stand, to the City Council hiring ai
attorney and paying the expenses o
conducting the proceedings beinf
taken against the' water company
We cannot see upon what grounds
The city made a contract with th
water company by which the latte
receives from the former $2,400
year and is allowed by a charter
granted in connection with the mak
ing of the contract, to charge certain
specified meter rates. When th
water company attempts to charge
more than the rates so specified i
seems to us that it becomes the dut'
of the Council to take such steps a
are necessary to prevent it. Th
small consumers, as every one knows
are among the- poor people. These
people pay more than their propor
tion of the $2,400 (for it is admitted
the small property holder pays th
lion's share of taxation). Then wh
should not the city protect them i
this fight, where they are unable, i
many instances, to protect them
selves?

u-fwa )i'ru in 4 ianineywm A w w va... w


.anc whih .wlldegrationt .ine.ne, l.ty o ,.in so a eand lighbtn and 7
of adding to Mrs Nation's bubble.- natuse seems slow to recrit her as delegate to P .6,k.ial sudu'as. "Pure -
like notoriety. Perhaps it wil tit lhas figured white and silvery in aa
the busting of the-ubbire -I Mary Woo Eunice imontly inya a B5epub- it will be hard for 4any to
world will be none.the w off means and Mad m are all con- been a mem- that the building is t a
world will be none. the wpe 0 fed to edsi s week. We lof Stare and e evitions ver palace. It will pa a new w
it. wish them a speedy recovery. .il be sent to State Luna- cle in the ahil line
Mr. C. J. English is improving Asylum.--Metr as well as y
Concerning the lenWd- piyici- fro an attack of .the munip, to the l wie t your l t_ -
pal of the Normal Dep ment delight of his many friends. Tt fn d ldro aluminnm has been r
the West Florida Semi fi, M.. MMary Way left last week t. f otle by has now point


Tallaasseeisfortuinatae it TheladiesoftheW. F.M. S. met uipaomle e e l e ts. wtyi en unf
the services of Prof. L. W. Buchholz h Monday afternoon, the pastor meet- e the b o in d t sla re o ch dy article e t
of Tampa, for years the county sup- .Mith heeo te. te t i fr .awi Bl ca y it e
o M e aropisttcan Exposition will cite much ft-

erintendent o public instruction ille visited Mrs. W. F. Snipes'Sun- ALUMINUM USES. orable comment
and one of the foremost educators in day. Mrs Roberts was en route KIDNAPED At NEGRO.
the State. Through his ability the Monticello on a visit.ifn e raa t h pnt n KeN w s
shole Miss Loula Smith, a recent gradu- saw the necessity etablishmg A short time ago ^party of (bor-
schools of Hifsborough have become ate of Stanley's Business College, hn places for the y who were gians visited Levy county, Fla., with
the equals of any in the State, has accepted a position as stenog- und to those gold den regions, a view to securing an4 carrying back
surpassing those in some of the older rather at Bainbridge, Ga. We wish He conceived the id of making to Georgia a negro; They founrt
and more densely populated sections. her much success. small houses of alumni um, and car- the negro and took'him before a
As a wide-awake, progressive, de- Mr. C.L'l. Hancock is busy these rid out his idea by ing sheets of Justice of the P'eac, who turned
voted educator, Prof. Buchholz has days looking after his large killing proper sze made for pment there, the negro loose. i nero
o saupaor, arrov ylu iteests near Lloyd aluIMminum entered in his way into afterwards forcibly se and takse
no supeor, and will prove a valua- merchants are making quite a se construction. lightness of to Georgia. Steps er taken in
ble acquisition to Leon." display of spring goods; one seems the white metal, coml ned with the Levy County to he thie guilty
Sto be going into the millinery bsi mnner in which it Id be stored parties punished for shis. Applica,
The Hon. Wm. Jennings Bryan ness on an extensive scale, aay, had recommend itself as be- tion was made to Governor Jennings
visited Washington a few days ago, One of Patterson Bros.' fine mules superior to any her material to make a requisitan upon te
and the big papers all over the coun- is sick, but hope! they will not lose so the purpose desi Governor t of Georgia g or Cly.
S o ss a hat ecom At hithe Pan-Amer Exposition att for the kidnap the
try are guessing at what he said he late arrival of .the cast-bound vitors will have the portunity of Governor Candler dy honored the
n t Democratic leaders in Congress. train nearly every day occasions seeing a small bull ng made of requisition, issue d u warrant for
This is something out of the ordi- much impatience to those traveling uted at Niagara Fallum n with the use anufac- Cltt and mailed it fw das ago
nary with Metropolitan newspapers. east, as well as those who are anx- uted gara l with the use to H. button at -oo, Fla.
They usually get such information iously awaiting their mail. elctcity gd there in
As te want, wer .t is as OBRMlarge quantities. Niag a Falls is the
as they want, whether it is absolutely OBSKRVER. prcipal aluminum n iufacturing f
correct or not. Really, they are to be- IAMONIA ITpEMS. pnl in the world, a the white i
congratulated for not manufactur- (By Bismark.) nacol .is a product of t wo princi- E
ing a story in this instance. All the white schools of this vicin- {ie factories located ce re, current OPE N
ity have closed, that of Miss Ellen rlyi g taken from boti of the great
IN MEMORIAM. Cromartie, at Forshala, being the power companies.
Chronantelis Pan-American arusture that--.r
One by one the old landmarks of last to close. .i hs e made of an rupture willat
our country in the persons of our Dr. Robertson has added a new lsted in thade Maofnual turers an d SPRIN '4 '1'II.
pioneer citizens are passing away, and commodious room to his resi- ral Arts Building In shape it
and soon the last human link which dence. i b ed e
connects the busy bustling present Ever since July 1, 1900, we have wi be ctagonal, and it will e as
with the earnest and heroic past will had double daily mail on this, the tla e as can buit iace of-1 MITN eRY,
have been severed and much of the Thomasville, via Sunny Hill, 22 tu and i t wi ll e adbe o
valuable unwritten history of our liamonia, Centerville, Bradfordville 24 t.r t wllrbc tnie of G o r
State will be lost. and Tallahassee Mail Route. 4 heet. The architure will re- M arch 2 1901
Miss Martha Jane Harvey was The peach trees are showing a full senthle the Spa h ilmnaissdane, .
born in Gadsden county August 9, and beautiful inflorescence and give rteiallyui th samei yl af n t
1824, and died at the home of her promise of a bountiful crop of tioth. Iuslings of thi treat. exposi-
Sbrother, near Jackson's Bluff, on peaches. Some farmers have begun th l will be a aut )t it that IS
March 14, 1901. Here she had re- to plant corn. wt wil new a iautg f ot it thalt -
T sided almost from infancy. The The colored people of Sunny Hill old ae uirati for aluni- TALLAHASSEE, e.ORIDA.
stirring events of the Indian Wars" and vicinity have hauled the lumber uidi. N out the f le oT tis
of 1835 and later, were vivid mem- and intend to build a "Lodge of Odd 8limjding at the exposit n will sag-
ories with her. This eventful period Fellows," about one mile west of said E s numerous a ieas invelt ive
murs whereby alumin u in similar r
of midnight surprises and bloody place, on the lands of Cain Meek, ly -l dl to t
- massacres no doubt contributed. colored. shets may utized add to the
largely toward the formation of that Little Fanny ee, infant (laughter
strong and self-reliant character of Mr. and Mrs Marshall Courtney, A 1 T
which distinguished her in after life. died of croup on thc 13th inst., ani.
S Her sphere of action was limited was buried Thursday evening, 14th
Sto the home circle and the immedi- inst., in the Hal Cemetery, near
. ate neighborhood, yet upon all whQ Sunny Hill, Rev. G. T. Brown con- j
r came within the range of her in- ducting the burial service. We ex- A W ND R UL
fluence she left an impression fou tend our sympathies to the bereaved e
good. parents and friends. H d in
Perhaps the most remarkable and A negro man named Dr. Daniels
t prominent traits of her character was found dead on'the lands of A. C. Cares NeuralgiciRheumatic, Nervous or Spasmodic gains,
o was her purity of mind, and the ut-' Brown, about two miles east of here, i Toothache, Ha e, Backache, Sprains, Bruises, lanne-
ter abl)sence of a criticizing spirit, and by a jury of inquest held by the nesa, Cramp Coli Diarrhoea, Dysentery, ting of Inects
Those who knew her best have often coroner of Thoma County, Ga., it Swellings of all Stiff Neck, Soreness, Sore Trot
said she was the most pure minded was decided that he came to his s ick Stomach a Sea Sickness. In cases of Bad C glas,
y person they had ever known, and death by natural cause, and he was i Colds or Pnuem iia, it affords
f those most constantly with her tes- buried where found. This occurred
- tifv that they never knew her to on Wednesday, the 13th inst. 0 ICK ELIE
s speak ill of any human being. This Mrs. A. J. Liles and two children L
is eulogy sufficient if no more were are visiting relatives in Bethpage l r NO doub 1TtO
said How few can claim such an neighborhood. Ms Liles is the 3 a "


epitaph. She lived a quiet and use- daughter of Mr. Thomas E. Dickey B
ful life, she was willing to sacrifice of Thomas County; Ga., and resides S E ET HE R
n self for the benefit of others, always in Camden Countyi Ga. We wish her SEE. I d W
ready to emulate the self-abnegation .a' pleasant visit. 1p V E R R E G U L A T O R
Sof the Savior she loved and served Rev. E. E. Rose, preacher in
g so many years, charge of Metcalf Circuit, preached VER REGULATOR
She had been a consistent member a very instructive and interesting
of the Methodist Episcopal Church sermon at Bethpage Church on yes- -- .
South since girlhood, was conscious terday, the third Sunday in this BiLimsess, Constipati Heartburn, Inigestion, IIcalcle, and all
of her approaching end and died in month. His subject was, "My Grace B ients resulting m a Disordered Liver, such a s voss of
r the faith. May God comfort the ?s Sufficient for Thee, etc." Here- Appetite, Des dency, Blues, Weakness, Tired Feeng
a hearts of the bereaved brothers and after Brother Rose will preach at Appetite, D Inactivity of the Mind.
sisters, all now in the decline of life, Bethpage on the first Sunday in each
and may they realize when they de- month and the Saturday evening be- I stimulate and purifies the m ood.
part hence a glorious reunion with fore.
n the loved and lost. A. L. W. Mr. Edgar E. Stickland returned
e home last week from Atlanta, where Japa Se Eye Water
e A NEWSY CHAIRES LETTER. he has been preparing himself to be G E r as i sthin n
t Chaires, Fla., March 19.-Will made an "M. D." in due time. Sore or Inflamed yes, Granulated Eye Lids, and is hin
y you please give a little space in your ning to Weak Eyes.
s valuable paper for the scribbling of rnh the bief Sod On a G arQteeO ure, P
e a country cracker ? We are not ex- aet phyWici that impure blood is the
actly in the backwoods down here case of the aio t of our dibem*. Never pains th ye to use it, but is guaranteed to cre
though,' for we do hear the daily ~Twe .ma. i theory ws med
Though, for we do hear the daily y as v ma of ro sore eyes quick than any other remedy ever us
e whistle of the locomotive, then an Bitter The many ..tkableeareseffected
r- occasional visit to your town also by t" f&mom" old hohold remedy areA
ufiie to pe that $be theory ineoe. PORTANT
d brightens us up a little BmSwa ImNam is d by all dlem
e In spite of a few balmy spring MITCHLL CRAZY. e 0 ers and Stock Dealers.
e days winter is still lingering in the- '4 OHN MITCHPLL CRAZY. 0 ore 0er d to e
y lap of spring, which is making farm- John Mitchell, a well known col- a ready
n ers late with their work. Boreas ored lawyer of this city, was ad- If own mules or h you should by all means eet ready
n seems loath to retire to his accus- judged to-day to be insane. Dr. T. command .
. toied habitation. This only makes L. Irwin, J. E. Johnson and W. C. read Shot ol c Ure
us long more for summer when we Tylee composed the- eaminig con- e rs ead Shot Colic re
can live out of doors and.have plenty. mittee. The examination was made FOR ULES AND HORSES.
to eat. 'at MitchelPs home, corner of Leehorses i
Mr. Sam Smith. T. H. LUovd's and Union streets. 4 is guaranteed to rre any case of o. mules oran i-


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Hot-breads,
biscut,
Q -cake,
Scrolls,

muffins,
crusts,
puddings,
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pastries
requiring
a leavening
or raising
agent.


isen with R yal Baking Powder, all these
ods are sup relatively light, sweet, tender,
1licious and wholesome.
Royal Laling Powder is the greatest of
ne and labor savers to the pastry cook.


besides, it ecoirmizes flour, butter and
id, best of all, makes the food
iestible and healthful.


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Royal Baker and pastry
contains o0er
accal a valuable
ag receipts-frle to
pa Send ostal
nt your Wul sse


eggs,
more


There are cheap baking pow-
ders, made from alum, but they
are exceedingly harmful to
health. Their astringent and
cautei;n*g ities add a
.dangerous to food.


moYM. s~mCi Po~63 CO., lMSWILLIAM STREET, NEW Va~r.


Met Dr. K. A Sine.
L Lemis, Dentist.. Phone No.
I 48-10t
,Carn, of enterxvlle. one of
prominent county residents,
city last week.
ar, of Quincy, Assistant State
Ber, made an official visit
leek. .
the Clear Skin,; the Bright
|rt Gait and Sond Health,
I. Simmons Livqr Medicine.
ine Stamborgh pne of our
r visitors, is registered at

n, of Vickaburg, Miss..
a vacation of two weeks
ends and relAti er.
am. P. Craighill, U. S. En-
retired/of italtimore, is in
t of Mr. and Mrs. Gro

eek throbbitig temples,
itnde, lost appetite. sall -v
pimples, blou:hes, are warn
|Dr. U. A. Siis pions Livter

ins E. Dickey. Of Q iitman,
hIing relatives here. We are
mr that Tomn expects to, re
told home permanently here

bert & Willhas, surgeon
i of Thomasville, Ga., has r -
his native town 1 r a visit of

W. Hinsey, oi Aapalachi-
|ere Sunday, en route home
Grand Lodge !of Florida,
Pythias, at Ocal.6
J. Evans and J! F. Hill, rep-
s from Cicero Lldge No. 1,
ied from the meeting of the
Sof the Knights of Pythias,
Ila the past week.
Llhawkins, of R'leigh, N. C.,
prominent citizen of our city,
0s week renewing old ac-

I often inherit feeble digestive
I colic of a more or less severe
results, when food is taken
,at all difficult to digest.
SVermifupe act as a gen-
permanent tonic. Price, 25
kht &Bro.


L Spiller, junior member of
1 Gdmore Davis & Co., was
bkeonvile, Sunday last, on
the very eri illneo of his
ho is visiting in that city.
-iturned home yesterday, re-
Eare glad to apnounce, his
ingbetter.
per, the Manager of the Cap-
L amt a Company,
adlphia, t bmdomicesm of
, tSunday on bdinems.
of te bow may be
by a few doss of Dr o.

was MdOyseri Tine
m.3d MM. n i-d. T. My-
of OolMal and Mi. J.
d CkadOM6, a"d their
-gl ing 7r a Lay.


Hon. C B. Parkhill. a prominent pol-
I ician of Pensacola, was in the city
Monday.
Among oth-r prominent -visitors here
this week was Mr. W. T. Coachman, of
Jdcks:,ntvi!'e
Pieumonioa follows La grippe, but
never follows the ure of Foley's Honey
an, Tar. the great threat ang lung rem-
edy. Take no suhstiute. Wight & Bro.
Mrr W. J I 1 tan, of Floral City, was
among thet prominent. Floriiuians visit-
ing the Capital this week.
Mr. L. W Zim of Evaville. left Monday
for home. a d wi'l attend the meeting
of the Preas Asociattion
- i0ou. Qtnrge S. hallmark, ( f Pensa-
cola. wlit aftisted the grand lodge of
the Knighit of Py hias at Ocala, was at
thlt CUlpial. thi. w-elk' en route home.
-[ itiui a runtilitil*4 ,re ou my leg for
ievef year.-i." write .1r-.. Jas. Forest, of
.;ulpp-wa Falis, Wit.. "'and spent hun-
dreos ofdo las ns trying toiget it healed.
Lw toirs it B.iier S alve entirely
zretd it." N,, tu',itr salve so healing.
VWight and Bro
Col. R F. it- u out Like City. State
Insipc or ou C Oncsci. wa- m the city
tuesday otn ilic' bu sites.
Mr. r. A. Jeuniiting. of Mobile, Ala., a
;argee lui pa.tl. e operator, was iu this
cuy tius we-ic on 1inp..rtant business
aiia.Litib at tI,. t.e .;a lal.
Cheap lnsur.~nce
Many a man haso Ieen insured against
light's di-east, ouabetes, or other dan-
*4,,us ailment by a lity cent bottle of
Fole/'s Kidney Cure. W ight & Bro.
Mr. F. M. bimon o 1, a prominent pol.
itician of TamLpa, wasat the CApital this
we**k having ima, ortant business with
the Board of State Institutions.
A normal department will shortly be
established in the slate Normal and In-
'dustrial College for colored students, at
Tallahassee.


Miss Elia Vason has returned to her
father's home three miles north of the
city. For several months she haq been
visiting her brother, Mr. S. J. Vason,
and sister, Miss Phinizy, in Augusta,

For all pulmonary troubles Ballard's
Horehound Syrup, taken in the early
stages, proves a certain and sure specific.
It is equally effective in croup and
whooping cough, and ift ised in season
prevents the further development of
consumption. Price, 25 and 50 cents.
Wight & Bro.

Mr. R.L. Collins and his mother. Mrs.
J. B. Collins, were called to Marietta,
Ga,. last week on account of the serious
illes of Mr. C. Collins. A letter
from them since their arrival announces
that "Joe" is much better. This will be
gloriosa news to his his hosts of old Tal-
lahasee friends.

Dr. Shelby's


COUCH REMEDY
"u famsIm remedy should be in
If bought in tim, saves buying reme-
d amie. aIts the renedv for the baby
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attempted to run away, but wai fortu
nately stopped. They did some kicking
that injured the carriage somewhat.
Eugene J. Hall, the poet and publisher
says that one dose of Foley's Honey and
Tar restored his voice when hoarseness
t ireatened to prevent his lecture at Cen-
tral Music Hall, Chicago. Nothing else
as good. Wight & Bro.


Hon. E. B. Bailey, of Monticello,
formerly State Senator from Jefferson
county was here yesterday looking after
important business at the Capital.
The letter or the new military com-
pany recently arg-wized at Mariannei
has been changed from I. to M., w t'i
the hope of reorganizing the Edcambla
Rifles,at Pensacola.
The lingering cough following grippe
calls for One Minute Cough Cure. For
all throat and lung troubles this i the
only harmless remedy that gives imme-
diate results. Prevents consumption.
All dealers.
Judge John W. Malone and State At-
torney George W. Walker opened the
spring term of the Circuit Court for Lib.
erty county, at Bristol, Monday.
The following new enlistments have
e reported to Adjutant-General
Homuton for the Franklin Guards, at
Apalachicola; William Sawyer, V. G.
agwe .Alton B. Pierce, Jr., H. B.
6 'W.D. ~Buzzett and Mike Nedley,
Jr.


Couldn't help getting a col never
cures it; but carrying home a bottleof
Ballarde's orebound Syrup, and uing it


a r t very ejoable trip to Cb
Mr.Owen B. se, of Conneeticunt, isa
reat arrivoaL ,
r. V. F. Qwusle is bllding a cottage
foerit t : theTownsed Home,"

Mh emuve Nopdr0 s' o agthand
~cc.t < Mr. x A. nMr l Liver Ned-
.iineaaways e qu It a t
be eqp--l
. George W. Vain, of Broofktvle,
vItedth Capital o Marday.
Mr. M0. Burns, o4 Live Oak, & can-
didate for re-election to the position of
jator of the State Senate, sn the

Dr. H. R. 8tout, of Jacksoaville, who
has had a patient here for the past three
weeks, left for home yesterday.
Mrs. F. E. Smith, View, Ga..-writes:
Have used Dr. M. A. Simnn w Liver
Medicine for years with better results
than I received from any other medicine
for dyspepla and los of appetite. It is
milder and does its work better than
Black Draught and ZJin's I used. -, .
CoL Fred L. Robfrteon, editor of the
Be ooksville New-BRegiter, and formerly
president of the Florida Pies Asocima-
ion, left on Monday for Miami to attend
the annual meeting of the association
now in session at that place,
Mrs. Rouse, wife of Senator Rouse, of
Wakulla county, who'has been seriously
ill at Miss Blake's San.t murim for tome
weeks-has so fully recovered as to be
atl, to return home th"i week.
lEfeidache often results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and con-
tipation of the bowels. A dose or two
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will correct these disorders and
cure the headache. Sold by Wight &
Bro.
Mr. W. K. Haile, of Jacksonville,
t11 da manager for the Southern Ex-
press Company, was L recent visitor.
Mr. c. v. Biscoe, formerly of this
city. but now a resident of Havana,
Cuba, was called to the capital Wednes-
day on account of the serious illness of
his infant son and after remaining with
his family for a few days, was compelled
to return to Havana.
No one knows the unbearable torture
one undergoes Iroin piles unless they are
so afflicted. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment is a quick, safe and painless, cure.
Price. 50 cents it, bottles. Tubes, 75
cents. Wight & Bro.
Mr. and Mrs. Parmlee and two chil-
dren, accompanied by Miss Sadie Wil-
liamF, went down to Panacea Springs,
.Tuesday, to spend a few days at that
delightful resort.
Councilman W. V1. quaile is having
his brick -dwelling houz-, corner of
Adams street and Way ne square, pre
paratory to occupying it fter a future
residence.
Their promptness and their pleasant
effects make DeWitt's Little Early
Risers most popular little pills wherever
they are known. They are simply per-
feet for liver and bowel tronoles. All
dealers.
Sheriff Pearce has captured James
Wilson, a negro wanted at Moultre.
Colquitt cta ity, Ga., for killing another.
negro four years ago.
An Honest Medicine for Laorippe.
George W. Waitt, of South Gardiner,
Me., says: "I have had the worst cough,
cold, chills and grip and have taken lots
of trash of no account but profit to the
vendor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is the only thing that has done any good
whatever. I have used one bottle of it
and the chills, cold and grip have all left
me. I congratulate the manufacturers
o' and honest medicine." For sale by
Wight & Bro. and all medicine dealers.
PoliceOfficer Dennard's fine horse took
fright Monday morning white standing
neir the depot, aind ran away. He was
not stopped until he got in front of Mr.
Yaeger's store. When stopped he had
only the shafts of the wagon attacked t>
him, and had hurt his legs quite se-
verely.
A pair of Kemper's horses attached to
a carriage standing in front of the St.
James Hotel took fright yesterday and


"The Cheap Supply Grcei
Has just opened with a faull lii
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Of Schrader'a Dr ugt-ore to.
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guarantee, .ir seeds .to gena-te
and be true to name. Third ex-
pearioce and liae enable them
to serve eyoW promptly and well.
Any rareseed not in stock will be
quickly procured.
SCHRADER & BALKCOM.
Mr. J. S. Witon has accepted a posi-
tion with the Georgia Pine Railway.
Many prominent men from various
s actions of our State, are in the city this
week hting interested in the opening of
the convict bids by the Boad of0
Itite lnasittiions. which, however, ow-
ag to the absence of the Governor was
noi opened yesterday. A dosen or more
bids havp bein received.
T.7B..Rice, a prominent druggist of
Greenfioro, Ga., writes as follows:
"I have bandied Dr. Pitt' Carmina-
tive for eight years, and have never
known of a single Anstance where it
tailed to give perfect sa-isfaction. Par-
ties who once upe it always make per-
manent custoasers. We sell more of this
article than all the other Carminatives,
soothing syrups and colic drops com-
bined." For teething children it has no
equal.


Stocks, Cott
'Anybody desiring to in
get our "Guide to Inve2l
as well s our Daily )
charge upon application u
George SkaJ
BANKERS ANI
Members of New York
No. 70 Wall Str
To the
A r.ch lady. cured
noises in the head I
Artificial Ear Drums
Institute, so that dee
procure the Ear Drua
free. Addroas No.
[natitut., 780 Eig i
York.


N'innally's (kza
express at Wight
F or~
Lands in Jackson
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Stables, solicits
generally.

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STwo good horses at
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Sdoor north of
f, year. GO duate,
lars apply to
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i Buy your Seeds
Orug Co.
Educate Your
Candy Cathartic,
if-prever.y day at Tc. .
id ruggists refund
Seed
RuntPrf, May
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and Speculators"
et Letter free of

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BROKERS,
Stock Exchange.
. New York.

f her deafness and
y Dr. Nicholson's
gave $10.G000 to his
people unable to
i ma) have them
19 Th Nicholson
le Avenue, New
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Tie, received by

Je.
Leon and Taylor
*t Gamble, agent,
43-tf.


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Courteous Atntion Combined with Libeal Treatment
Will be 1r claim upon the public for Patronage.
Careful attention given to winter visitorsandl hunt.


Dr. Ford's Dyspepticide
expels the noxious germs of dyspepsia.
from the system, absolutely cures the.
disease and causes the stomach to turnishb
healthy blood for tissue and nerve build-;
ing. Dr. Fird's Dvsp.pticide thus dif-:
fers from other iemedles. Wight &t
Bro.

Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's. i
Cake Ornaments of most beautiful de.
signs at r. B. Eyrd's.
Seed Oats at Yaeger's
Real Estate.
Desirable City and Suburban Property,
for sale. Apply to F. C. Gilmore, at Gi,."
more & Davis Co.'s Store. 3 tf
Red Seed Cane for Sale.
3.000 stalks at 50c. per 100. Mrs. J j
M. Bradner. P. O. Box 265. 3- r;
Plowt! and Plow Gear at Yaeger's. i
Fresh stock best grade Garderz
Seed, at Tight & Bro's.
All kinds Agricultural Implements :,;
Yaeger's. J

The Talahassee Tailoning C
Will make suits to order from twelv
($12) dollars and upward. Pants a
$3.75 and upward, according to the c<* *
of material. Cleaping and repairing at
areas male prices. A I)rsdng club wil
tie organized for the benefit of t .sf
who wish to join Shop at St. Ja.,e4
Hotel.
S. J. M.LLz. G.!neral Manager.
52-1m.
TO THB DEAF.-A rich lady, curedi I
her Deafoess and Noi-es in the Hen i hl
Dr. Nicholison's Artificial Ear Dr .,--*
cave $14,000 to his Institute, so that (1
people unable to procure the Ear D. "i.1
may have them frn. Address No. 1 174,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, N -
York i
Finest Cigars in Tallahamee, at T. I1.
Byrd's, try them.
Seed corm and seeds of all kinms 'it
Wighk & d ro.s.
To Cnre Constipation Forever.
Take Casets Candy Cathartic UK
or 25c. If.C. C. fail to cure, rur-
gists refund inonev.
Up-to-dqte stationery at Wigat ,
.Bro.'s.
Embroideries.
A clnice election is now bei'r dlis-
played by 19ss Adele Gerard, M.'ch '7.
1901. ( 3 2t
Aftr LaGrippe--What?
Usually a. racking c, ugh and a rtnt l
feeling of w akness. Foley's Ho,.-v atil
Tar isguarn teed to cure the 'wri) jw.
cough" and ake you strong a,,I wll.
Take no surtutsei. Wight & Br. .

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at reasonable pri rated according to timber, location,etc.
Also desire city and suburban Residences and Blildinig Lots in and
around Tallah the most pleturesque and attractively located city in the
State, with brigh opects of improved business condioons.
Also improve Farms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for *,.i
tivation, Stock Raising and Dairying.
One of the 4ost desirable of this class is a tract q< 800 acres of the
finest Farming ]Ltd in Leon County, the garden spot-of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpassed ]ry any section in
the South. Esil attention is called to this tract wldch will be sold M
very reasonable fires. "
For further yticdlars call on or address with stan the undersiged
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.CHAPTER XXV.
A Mt DoOW am YTANo-Tr.
Shortly after breakfast Koon-81 ame
and helped us to dress in our Chinese"
clothes, a complete outfit of which,
Avn to p big cooly hat and pendent
gptal, had been provided. But 1% was
ertheles a long and dreary dar we
aemt hut up In tbhe-bak parlor of the
iMstriomu cousin. I thought the sun
would never set, and when at length
e shadows did begin to fall I seemed
nMabeto ea J e I The &lr nter had
Vafd us two or three short visits dur-
bg the day, but he had nothing to re-
Lort. Ah Yon, who had been dispatch-
ed on a. scouting expedition, was not
expected back until the evening, so
Mat Jim and Whad nothing to divert
s but our own thoughts, and If mine
might be accepted aa criterion of his
they were not such as men gladly wel-

0iweuter, the day did eventually
draw to a close, and when the dark
had come Koon-81 entered with the
welcome Information that it was time
1b start. Our small preparations were
hurriedly made, and we quickly fol-
Slowed the carpenter to the door.
"Where Is Ah Yon?" asked my uncle.
"He will meet us at the boat Too
many going together might excite sus-
piclon." -
A wonderful fellow was the carpen-
ter. He seemed to think of everyhing.
And. though personally I did not liko
the man. I had to admit that for our
needs we could not have created a bet-
ter one.
Ot:i into the street we went, our big
sut:aw hits pulled well forward so as
to shude the face. and in this manner
we pursued our way without raising
remarks or any undue curiosity -from
the passersby. Koon-Si led us swiftly
and silently along, having previously
cautioned us not to speak; for, as he
said, the very streets have ears and
Kung Is everywhere.
It seemed to me that we were taking -
a direction contrary to that from which
we had come, though this was no cause
for wonder, as the island- was some
ilesrbelow the town. Nevertheless It
was anything but a pleasant Journey,
and I heaved a sigh of relief as we
gradually left the ill smelling alleys
behind and came'more into the strag-
gling streets which denoted the out-
skirts of the town. These in furr lav4
place to still more open country and
presently we began the descent of a
dope, at the bottom of which I toionght
I could detect the sparkle of water
"The river?' said Jim.
"Yes," answered Koon-SL "Here we
can embark with perfect safety, as we
* are some distance below the town."
He led us on for another hundred
yards or so along the water's edge, and
then, stopping for a minute and look-
ing round as If to locate the exact spot,
he uttered the cry of a night bird.
Waiting a little while, he signaled
again, but this time the cry was varied,
there being three distinct ealls. Almost
Immediately a sound like an echo came
ever the water, and this was followed
shortly after by the soft swish -of a
steering sculL Then from the gloom,
which lay like a cloak upon the river,
I saw a darker shadow emerge, and
recently a boat grated on the shingle
at our feet.
"Aboard quickly," said Koon-SL. "The
wind is tair, and the current is strong.
In two or three bours we shall be
abreast of Ching-hL"
The boat was steadied for ua, and we
instantly scraped aboard. The ear-
penter followed, one ocbe men shoved
e4 and presently we were spinning
--lown the great rrive
Jm and n aet n the ttf esmbn tt. a
troeture with which every Cimee
sampan is rigged. KomW sat on the
after thwart, facing ad seammg an
earlaid to with a wL. A mano the
bench forward also tgged like a gal-I
Icy slave Abeeqad sat stll forward
f hbl and kept a guo lookout. Ah
TYo, our wormt servant, stood aft, the
long steerIng scul In his hand.


It wast siange jounisy, that. rush
down the dark river, and it the pweul-
Iar :on4itbt* were not without their
effect on me it s small eae for won.
der. Jim was ".1 .APly" mite, and
I felt keenly that this was ao oecadm
for the use of idle woed. I knew that
WI th.oduhts hdl tc"aled no farther


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wI ALTON DAWE.

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concentrated in them, and as the boat
rushed on and on, swinging blindly, as
It were, toward destiny, I thought of
Cecil, of my sins and of such things as
stir the Imaginitton when a great
event. to foreshadowed. Truly wewere
In the hands of fate, and I prayed and
hoped.
For some time nothing but the swirl-
ing of the aters, the rising and falling
of the oars, the dirgelike soughing of
the wind as It swept down the great
black waterway, beat an accompani-
ment to our thoughts, but presently up-
on the canvas tilt which roofed our lit-
tle cabin I heard a sound not unlike
that which the rubbing of a finger nail
would produce.
Fora time I naid little heed to It, bhi
as It continued without cessation I
pricked up my ears and listened still
more intently. The sound came at reg-
ular intervals, and after a little hesita-
tion I connected it in some manner
with the swing of the big steering
scull aft. Then the thought of the
scull conjured up a vision of the man
who was working it, and Mr. Ah You
immediately stood before my mind's
eve-

STAT OF OmoCrrY oP TOLEDO, )
Lucas AO.um. 8
LUCAS .OUNTY. W AO
FAUK J. CHNKY makes oath that he
is thesenior parter of the firm of F. J.
CBMY& Co., doing bu ine s in the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will py the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886.
[SZAL] A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
testmonsias free.
F. J. CNzNmy & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggts, 75 cents.
als Family Pills are the best.

Ever on the alert and but sure of one
thing, that the unexpected always hapei
pens, I instantly made up my mind
that Ah Yon was signaling me, and
further to test the truth of this sur-
mise I got up, opened the flap at the
back of the little cabin and looked out
Ah Yon's face was but darkly seen.
ytt his .figure stood out distinctly, a
darker shadow against the dark back-
ground of the sky. As he saw me he
stooped, his finger to his lips, but at
that moment the voice of Koon-Sl was
heard, and Yon immediately stood up-
right and stiffened himself to his work.


"Look, wonder lte tAnd of Chfs*w-bl.
B it toe aperter, eneh"-ft t peak
and somewhat excitedly, thought, the
man who bad been keeplag the lookout
forward came and took T Y 's plce, the
ttr i forward in turn.
he or a ma there was peace on
teboat, and we sw ng on, 0.
ho at the moment I thought the
octtwe-- a little strange, a ftuler
mental neatigaton failed to lay bare
any aupo tant fact. ThatAh You had
meant to cemnnmkncate with me was
-b but that his comm"^on
was of any moment It would be di1-
cult to say. That he had been relieved
from his post aft was only natural,
conarl n the time he had o


ed and asked what Yon had been say. with the intention of easing the pre-s_ _---. -________ __
lug. sure round the temples I attempted to .... W-ITENS C
"He merely mentioned the fact that lft my hands to my head. To my e S W IE FUC
It was time to ke(p our eyes open and treme alarm I found I was unable t R M S VE R IFU-
our pistols handy." accomplish this simple movement fo"r Wm titM.. -
"Indeed," said the carpenter. "Ah the very good reason that my armsg y i--,'V'W ,-- -
Yon is % worthy servant He shall be were securely fastened. This also we Fw' 20 Y las Led aDl Wer u Aedie ? ,
rewarded." the case with my feet, which we j aX 3 J .x.zxg z r3rrz" xrse
"That he shall be," said Jim heartily. bound so tightly that I scarcely had j JAMES F. BALLA ,S
"Ah Yon Is an excellent fellow." any feeling in them. However, by S ^"-
But the subject of these flattering re- little skillful maneuvering of my
marks had slunk away, his natural wounded head I quickly realized the
modesty being no proof against such unpleasant fact that I was stretched at
praise, full length upon an earthen floor.

had still some distance to walk before I abandoned the attempt as one which, TA IN E
reaching Kung's house, we immediate- had not the remotest chance of success p.
ly set out with Ah Yon and one of the Then I lay listening, listening for some
boatmen at our head. Jim followed sound of step or voice, but nothi f m
next. Then came Koon-SI, myself and came to break the dreadful stillness
the other boatmen, the chamber. No solitary gleam f all the R m i ls m s
In this manner we pursued our way light pierced the awful gloom. The
In silence, and If the journey down was no more sound than If I lay burlid P nnR A G IitinB
the river had seemed to be charged deep down in the earth. : ,
with the horror of awful uncertainty It seemed to me as though I lay Sr a
thist creepg over unknown grsamd hours in the acutest agony, for, to ad
through the dark night toward a fate to the pates in my head, I began to e*-
*hleh no man might foresee conahild perence the agonies of thirst. Tbe f
for me al the ewn'mi of a hideous I mutely endured for some considei- S
Wightmare. I contees that my nerves be time, and then I began to call ($Dor M__m --
were strung to an acute pi"h, that help, for I had an Idea that perhapM It m m.o xx a',"
my tmoe"gn n pictured many strnge was the intention of my captors to sqb-" piV 50o
Sad ongros things. The knowl- ject me to this horrible form of death.
edge that one was entirely In the hands Rowever, nto response to the cry," I f w by JA r. W
oat this carpenter and his assoelates rently heard the creaking of a doei, ------ -
was not conducive to the tranquillity / :
of ome's mind. To me It seemed as ---
though I wanted to see something.
-Hitherto we had been groping in the
nda* and I yearned for the light.
Ae.et I could not do leksa than admit j

RIearkable Camres of 0Rhemais
.I


NANO.


Nevert-eleW *'A ihh' os- ad a marvelous
Inldent to Jim, who eould m e and o without whom it ae man bearing a entered the la the Cu
more out of it than L 't have quite Impo le e rtmet He came held It over rit of
the attered word is not always big proceed upon this desperate adventure. M* and. though I o but IidlAnt- Couity.-In Chaie
with m ; the ord nttered to Indeed. but for th hint my father gave ly,see his ace, I no e that he wes a 1d f v
easily forgiven of seeking out the carpenter I now saw "iff dressed cooly., u si La
No Incident of any importance mark- that our visit tq China would have 'Water," I gasped. ive me some. -r'meatSO S_, r'
ed ihe contlnuA (Ion of our Journey. It been dangerously: abortive. Faithfully tng to drink." |. la onth. da
was long and dull to a degree. and the be fulfilled the hopes which we .e did not answer, cannot say If -is --ftaitm, it
only setlsfaction we received from had centered in him. and I felt that it h" knew English, but thout a doubt by said alaavitddu
Koon-Sl. whom we Importuned with wa ungrateful IL the extreme to with- hi understood me, for e mmedtitely L SP th Mem
qnaeres as to 4istancMe, etc, was the hold from him the praise which was so placeed his lamp upon floor, lifted x he e -, DB
Invariable reply, "Presently." Every- e due. .te into a sitting a my back to a. t So. they M-
thing was "presently." and for want of Presently the leaders of our little par. tIe wall. and held a of water to of Ge Sd that the
a fuller answer we were forced to poe- t stopped. There wara hurried whis- lips. o& Lbmui Atlanta.
ses our souls toin patience. Perig among Eoon-Sl and the boat- J drank deeply, for throat was Ad that the is no
But at length the apparently intermi- men and then we went on again, but pt and dry, n e n until that m I- adthe oSiwef a
able journey drew tom close. Koon-SL. this~time more owly and carefully. nt had I known real pleasure 'as n a med de
who for some time had been intently uInU-uvely I ptel coser to Jim and t drinking. te man sin- o.tema B e
peering through the gloom, suddenly et that my revolver was ready. fot 4rly, I asked him ae I was, but Smith ad
_rtgdo each a and D--
pushed- his face into our cabin and danger emed to lurk in the very air, lthout replying he t up his lamp, requidedto pper and
said: "We have arrived, excellenaces and my nerves were strung to the high- i ne I heard the of the door ~ s offi
Look, yonder Is the Island of Ching-hL" est pitch of intensity. However. noth- aeak as he passed cG"unsHousnT the. ci y
We looked, but for some little time Ing came as yetj and still stealing on- vt alone once re with my thm order be
I could scarcely distinguish the land, It ward we presently found ourselves fac- thoughts I stared b into the uee tve'
lay so low. but at length it rose swiftlIng a tructuie which, seen through oo, which now deeper than "orda.
like a dark exhalation from the bosom the 1m. resembled a squat pillar or "er and gave way to bitterness of awitnees ca o unild A .
of the'river, and I felt a strange thrill mnney, but which in reality wa" the defeat. ruary,A. D. 190d
play about my heart This was the I- d*ldated pagoCla we had seen from And as I pictured it in that gloomy. (eal) AT. .
land of Ching-bl; this. for the none, the river. tavern of a room I to see how s ef Fr idat .
was the home of Kung; here It wasiwmrd this o qrguides led us, and as 4he adventure could had ^other County of ( on.
was to grapple face to face with des we emerged w in Its shadow and an I though ethha an ohrou Iiand A h y
iy. .while my eyes ere fixed with all In- alistic i tha the aboveand f
At a word from KotonI th e sn tent upon i~ I received a violemk y death. It was welCecil.fare. and o f recordT and op
-dblow on the be k of the head, which te d fellow, hadno .wit.emy and
lowered, and slowly we, beg a, to drift .be... ....... ...ad notsdayhand--b'ad
down upon the land. The carpenter drove me. face .premost to the ground.. ,befr.-Tehdt _u ,A .1
came and leaned over the tilt and held what fooredI have but a vaguefreytLA. -K
cmandrecollecion. Iumphed once again. Well, did I not
a hurried conversation which wasthat we I saw. as if i fancy, the quick rush Iways know which e was going to NOTICE OF 1
mh.oA yrin? It was only a qosaaon of time. To WeianMcabea
changed our course somewhat, making of figures here td there; I heard con- ght have been hourafter, A
for what appeared to be a break In the d mu as of many voices; .1 Itmight have been hour after, my it ARE H
Island. This, thanks to the current elt a man's knees on my back and hthae been tw a nting b my o warned thE at
which about here, where the waters strong fingers bout my throat, and len r oftheact of Je .nrYo
parted, ran with an increased velocity, then I remembered no more. hee came once the creaking of 1. m ra M
we soon approached sufficiently for one hInges, and this time wo men entered of Court. will ie tax t o S
to descry a little Inlet or bay, and Into CHAPTER XXVL he apartment, one f whom bore a wonveying the so a
this we steered. The boatmen, if not KUNG. )amp, which, upon approaching, he taming320 acMr and _S2
Koon-SI, appeared to know the lay of When consciousness returned to me, 3aeld over me. The ther. advancing. e&ns, iLth. I th.e
the land, and with that accuracy which tooped and with a ife severed the Tax ertat and a
men who live on ships seem to com- Dig down to the cause of your sck- .bonds which held m eet. Then, each. pWitnemoy hnt887 h l a
mand we made our way without mis. needs, if you want to get .well and stay oetling me under an I was lifted Court at Taaee,
hap. Once in still water, the oars were well. Most likely it's indigestion. The bodily to my feet, it was some (Seal.) dathis5 ay of Fe,.Ii
again brought into requisition, and ittigpoo of fermn time before I could them proper- t. o
presently I felt the boat's keel grate on od, left in the stomach by Indigrstn, A However, thonde toncmproer ,cA
e ontto henthter m hdach, nrag nerly However, thetioncame 5e a-aiems ,
th bottom. Then the carpenter slipped i e, stomaeae, nausea, rit- back, slowly at first, n with a rush, i
overboard and held the boat while Jim ability, and all the other well-known Oand during this I suffered an STATAMT.
and I leaped ashore, a feat we accom- symptom of ingestion. exquisite agony. B my guides, hav-
plished for the mere wetting of our They also cause many pains and die- fig but scant sym thy for such a Mfe Fm ( 41813
boots. Koon-S Immediately joined us. orders which are often laid to other trifling matter, se me and some- the amount t
"At last, exellenoies," he said, "we causes, and hence are not easily cured. what roughly h me from the Tax ColSectoro oLeolp county .-ft ai
are on the Island of Ching-h He whom Bt as soon as the poisons are removed, chamber. A gloom passage some 1.2 ulecontd ofr thecu tYear1q
we have come to find is here. The gods a these symptoms and disorders disap the
we ave comet because there is nothing leftto or 14 paces In len t was next travers- funds for which '-ucht"ox ht b
have greatlytfavoredwouruendeavors." parb aus eN ntgleft tooor'ltrsch'tes Ilave em
havegreatlyfavoredourendeavors" cause them. Nothing succeeds ed, and then we a three stopped be. ncludin olltawwith countysebcod
"Indeed, It seems so," replied Jim. bke Shaker Digestive Cordial, because fore a door upon w one of the men Po tax (3 90. ..... ..... m
"You are a wonderful man. Koon-BL it prevents the undigested food from knocked. Am' collected and ido Febru.
Thanks to you, we have accomplished fermenting in the stomach and helps the Almost instantly I was opened, and ry 12, l01.....................
what at one time seemed to be an im- stomach to digest it3 food. I was ushered into chamber not less $ W
possible journey think we have not bdrggists, price 10 cents to dreary than the one had just vacated, General revenue... $. .:ioi 8
come so far for nothing." b e albeit that it was bght with light 1 Am't collected and" -
"Believe me, excellence, you have not which might have een au hkir :ftor looked about inq gly, seeing noth- !. ...t e 2
come for nothing, nor have L I have or a day (I had lost count of time), I ing on three sides the room but the Fines forfeiture ... 21
Am't collect(l andl
waited long for this. I have suffered found myself in complete darkness: bare stone walls; fourth was hung paid to elb t12, a
much, endured much degradation, but and for awhile wondered what had' with heavy black c ins. My guides 1: I.... ...... 1I7 I-n- %
the gods are wise. and in their hands happened and where I was. But the swiftly hurried me o the wall facing Am't collect and
is vengeance." numbed feeling of the head which still the curtains, and almost before I paid to .Feb. 12, A
"Good. And how?" buzzed painfully awoke me to a reality, knew what had ha ned I felt a steel cointvy schools .. i :
"Now, excellency, with the aid of of my position, and with horror I real- band snap around throat. 1 jerked including polls ..... :r2 00.
these worthy boatmen, who know of Ized the fact that I was in captivity, my head quickly, t the sharp teeth i.'tG35
the habitation of Kung and his manner Then little by little the past came back of the collar imme tely cut into the Am't collected and
of Uving, we will make our way to his -the run down the river, the landing1 flesh. I heard the s rt chain to whieh j ..id to Feb. 12. 5-
abode. What shall follow we know on the island, the march and the blowJ
not, but this we do know: It is already from behind which had laid me low. r (Cortinued on enth Page. Attest: ofnaicuA.it
written in the book of destiny." Who could have done this? Where Clerk of circuit Court. {ome.trt
With that the boat was drawn up out was I now? And Jim-what of him? NOTICE O" AX DEED T S. E. n
of the current, and, looking cautiously Had he, too, fallen into the hands of To Thomas ow. F. c and All th. wrunap nger n
'about, though I could distinguish little the enemy? Who was that enemy, o o l a ..o f7d d saWrdatosn pt hd i.
in the gloom, I loosened my revolver. Had Koon-Si betrayed us? All these OU ARE H RE i ttNrTIFIEDt Schedule effective r.s 1900.
Then began a whispered consultation questions ran like lightning through ottheAoune2d, ,ouTreieFem within eaddolwn -__c a
between the carpenter and his associ- my brain, and to each of them my th tofirntday t he olt rda o M c a. m. |L....W ....Ar.1
ates, during which Ah Yon sidled upto tears answered darkly. Had Kung, the sribed, as~ ~Cerk .un tnuned by order o :15a. m. Ar..Tallh..L.. p.L
me and said in a low voice, "Makee omniselent Kung, secured us at last court, will isane a tax ato H. J. Richardon I Ai orling)
pistol all L" Yet It was all so sudden, this surprise; onuveying the Sy of 1, Township 2 Tickets will be for at Dr. L
South, Range 2 t, containing 32 Store. Thomas City. 4 at the tal
"All li, Yon," I replied. "You know the blow, too, had surely come from acres, located In Lean oty, Florida, based minutes before leaving
all about this expedition?" those whom I had looked upon as taxes oficate No. tax sale forto Dr. wis a sent, orai Toir
"Sabbee ,lenty. Be well caletfl. friends. And the pagoda-was it fancy, Witoa y s hand t he n seal of the Circuit tor at train. i a
Plenty dangelousn" or had I really seen one? ., Cour at Tahlai Leon county, Flor- Hack will meet train t Bell Air endans
Plenty dangerous." or hat realy seen one? (Seal.) ida. this 18th y of February A. J. returning leave Tallahise in tie ato
Here Koon-SI, who seemed to have All these doubts had'a most injuriouB 1901. for Thomas City. T a
eyes and ears for everything, interpos- effect upon my throbbing brain, ang oCrLA. BRYA. R.L. InT d










E~,TA TJs4-


OAMI XIM.P


--are two bands in Tal-
66 4Prowlo a the
S City, oth of which r rap-

mpoee o young men, of
con ,itutio. and mental
ty. It is hoped that theseyoung
will husband their sre'gt'h and
powers and tarn them in the
ehannela tha they may prove
n to our thri ing an pros-
city. Outings begiven
the Spring pnd 8.nt"*ner and
wil be on hand to make the
ons enjoyable.
pastors of the city churches
some of the roinispte from the
ct met at the C. MJi. Church
y, 10.30 a. ai d effeeted
r zon to be k awn as the
srs' Union of Tall~lseee, by
.g Rev. B. 3. HaLb.way pres-
and Bev. J. B. IT eran viee-
'dent and Rev. Hall secretary.
G. B. Shaw and Thompeon
active part. After fiaeen g
of the phases of church work
the outline that may be followed
the union, the meeting adjourned
d will meet again next Tuesday,
instant, atthe C. E. Church
a m
Sophia Rolack, of Jackson-
was summoned by telegram-to
bedside illness of her father,
f. Kemp, who received a serious
dent from. a fall some days ago.
r. Kemp was formerly very active
business circles in this city.
The ministers and friends of
shop J. A. Handy and wife, of
e A. M. E. Church, were sorry to
6ar of the-injury she received from
fall while attending the annual
inference at Datonia. Pleased to
ote her improvement.
Mr. E. W. Yellowhair was reel-
dted superintendent of his Sunday
ihool by acclamation on last Sun-
ay morning. He has served them
s superintendent for more than
renty years. Mr. J. H. Frazier'
as elected assistant superintendent
ad Miss Charlotte Cobb secretary.
The bazaar to be given at Bethel'
aptist Church on Thursday and
Iiday nights, the 21st and 22d inst.
ito be a very enjoyable affair. A-
ordial invitation is extended to all
Admission 10 cents.
IThe C. M. E. Church will have
I lawn entertainment on the 20th.
1l are invited.
Mr. William Anderson, who has
een in the service of the F. C. &
SIL R. now the Seaboard Air Line
s recovered from la grippe and is
w making the engine hot again.
The Easter exercises at the Bethel
X. E. Church are now in prep-
and will be held .the first
y in 'ApriL.
smtereggs" will be in the hands
aers asindmembers. Friends
dly requested to assist.
D ?OISON CUED ST .B. B.
| Nette tie r1 ee Serera.
iMpsad, ibs steso the kind

..i^ B.KBB 3io h BtoB d -BSiI).+

-alghesi the month? $ore


L__cmn the boyt- Hair and eye-
1s ado e I. the Mi mas of bois,
e uaalcers? thea dds worker-
B. B. B.i i~ wil completely
,.s the whles body fedes a pers
free ftem-rptinh_ and
me B. B. B. dralstms poison out
-system so the symptoms cannot
SAt the same trae B. B. builds
broke dowm eoamtmitm end


L BB.atial bottle will be given
freeof charge.
. B. for sWt by dnrggst at $1
bottle, rw a o e(full







awful situation I stood stock stll.
the meno retired, exth Pane).I

and 1 was left once m0 oSe
and my own darker thoughts.
*a time I stood toI move- buat
aeeuaseto the ,IttBtlsm;1

Imm tAW


I^;- '

1k ,:


-wibth ohboMghly thae e
Swlh t ~traditions of the yellow


et onthefaged floor.' Ten a o

a sudden a voice ried outad ad-aga
the lamps were lghted; and I saw be.
for me, seated on a chair, a .hh.-.
singularly dark and shrewd of feature,
who owned a pair of eyes which gleam-
ed like living slits of Are. He must
have been a man conlderably over 00,
tafor s hair was so,"*btnW more than
tinged with gray, andabout hs mAth,
which was very thin. and round hti-
ees there were wrinkles enunmver&e.
Thbouh dressed as a common cooly.
there was something uiu..takta
en-a.. ldii about the man, so that
his eeupatla of tthe chair while eth-
am stood around him seemed in nowise
nemagrWous. I think that men who
have been aeusa 6ned to enot'nvad in-
nsitbly taketo themselves certain
ais of privilege, so that in time they
come to fit them as.a second nature.
That this cooly was one who had comr.
mnded .men his very attitude -pr-
danmed. There was, unless I erred
greatly, a keen brain behind those,
deep set eyes. Thatquare jaw and
thin mouth proclaimed an todnmituais
will and a allows nature.
Of the men who surrounded him
there were three, and In spite of his
change of apparel I immediately recog-
nized the one on the right of the chair
as our esteemed friend Koon-SI, the
carpenter.: As his eyes met mine he
smiled, but without speaking, and I no
longer doubted that the cooly in the
chair was no less a personage than the
formidable Kung,,,and again and again
my eyes went to him, and though- at
last I stood face to face with him un-
der such dreadful conditions I could
hardly realize that this was the man
who wielded such awful power, who
had brought such destruction on me
and mine, whose image had pursued
me like a nightmare for so many years.
That we had been betrayed was now
self evident, but how came Koon-Si,
he whom my father hao entreated us
to Join, to be on the side of the enemy?
,That he was only a fool I could no
longer doubt unless he was playing
a deep game. I looked again, and
once more he smiled, but I had a mis-
giving as to the correct reading of that
smile. If Kung was the father of evil,
I verily believed that Koon-SI was his
own son.
And so for some little time we watch-
ed each other in silence. Silence seem-
ed a peculiarity of these people, and
under such conditions it was really
nothing less than a species of torture
rendered singularly Impressive. It
gave one time to think when thought
was least welcome. But eventually
Kung waved his hand, and one of the
attendants immediately disappeared.
Shortly after the -patter of bare feet
was heard, and presently two men,
leading a third between them, entered
the chamber, and my heart gave a
great thump. Was t Jim? "
His head was enveloped in a cloth of
some description, but as soon as he
was fastened in a collar like mine the
cloth was removed, and I saw Jim's
face; but. oh, so dreadfully pale and
emaciated! He blinked at the light
for a little while, .and then his gaze
went slowly round the room. As his
eyes met mine his face brightened up.
and be exclaimed, for all the world as
Sincerely and earnestly as if we had
been alive:
"Still alive, my boy! Thank God!" .
"Why do you thank God?' said Kung
in exceUent English. -.for so the cooly
occupant of the chair proved in very
truth to be. -What has he done for
you?"
It was a very pertinent question and
one which it' was not easy to answer
offhandedly with any degree of con-
viction, but Jjim replied somewhat dog-

The Best Chill Toie


,is positively the King of Malaria. It
Irives the-malaria from the system, it
-)-Ute L_ the appetite, it drives away
he Iangur, by its strengthening and
Sigo atn qualities. Ifyou want the
best take the King of Malaria. Wi-ht19t
r. .- .


states remove ighty ponnm4
S of'actua otash from th
Ssoil. Unlesstis quantity
: is retirped to the soil,
the following crop will
Materially decrease.


-t -* n
'Truly that Is so eWn"g-a small
matter, but sw atthing Tell me to who
am I Indebted for the Ipoor of this
visit? How Is It I find your exalted
excellency thus condescenditng to hob-
or with your mustrious presence my
conteaptlble abode?"
"Who are you that asks? said Jim.
"I am known by many names In
many provinces." replied the cooly,
with a curious smile, "but I have rea-
son to believe -that Kung ti the best
known of them 4al
"So jou are Kung?"
"You seem to know the name."
"I know nothing good-of it."
"And yet you take all the trouble to
come from England for no reason that
I can see except to pay me a visit.
Strange people, you English. So good
and confiding! It Is a real pleasure to
deal with you. My estimable friend."
and here he nodded toward the car-
penter. "has amused me greatly with a
relation of your meeting and your trav-
els. You came. I believe, with the
charitable intention of killing Kung?
Well. let me congratulate you on the
excellent chance you have of accom-
plishing your work."
He smiled most affably, and Koon-Si,
taking his cue from the master, grin-
ned decorously. a
"I admit," said Jim calmly. "that we
have lost the first set. but the game is
not finished yet."
Kung smiled. "For you I think it is.
I never yet knew a man win a game
once that collar was round his throat


MJ heart gem a- grant twmp. Was it
It handicaps him dreadfully. But no
doubt, since you are so venturesome,
you are a man who has been as.-ushbu-
ed to giving long odds. I fear, though,
that you are overmatched this time.
My good friend Loo-hL." here he nod-
ded once more toward the carpenter,"
"however, depicts you as a resolute

Mr. J. W. Patterson; night police at
Nashua. Ta., says: "In January 1 had a
very bad cold on my lung, and used
half doea different cough mndicioesm
and prescripin fromtwo doctors, but
grew worse all the time. I finally
bought a bottle of Foleys, Hoey and
Tar and after m twoir lds of it, I
watemely awed." WightA Bro.


*men especially when they prove, s
Wy O hw proved, to be the pe -mr
of no ordinary intenlgpce.
Jin passed this taunt.-. He was i nos
Postlon to bandy words with K ng,
\who beld the privileged post of master
Of tie situation. But his eyes went
toward the carpenter, and I saw the
:rst real shade of anger darken his

"Who Is that dog? he said.
K=ng smiled again, an oily. yellow
smile that was slckenl ly exasperat-
tag. Koon-81 scowled horribly sad
took a step forward, but with.a wave
of hN hand Kung restrained him.
"Alvery excellent gentleman-and one
who jas served me with a devotion be-
all praise. His illustrious name
I L and his revered father was
Chi- of patriotic memory. For cer-
tain reasons, however, he was called
upon to assume the name of Koon-8l,
a very excellent carpenter who, In-
stead of keeping to his trade, contriv-
ed to mix himself with dangerous mat-
ter .! The result was that he dlied sud-
denl', f tate which overtakes so many
people who will not listen to the dic-
tates ef reason. It therefore became
neceepary to fill his place, for he bad
beemf a man of some consequelice In his
day, and as unfortunately the melted
carpenter had an uncommon left nos-
tril I was forced to slit this honorable
gent~len9a's nose. But he bore 4t brave-
ly. It was all for the good of the
cause. And now, having explained so
much, I should really like to know who
you are and what debt. it. Is Iowe you

At this semn of the year there are
always many deaths, particular among
children, from summer complaint, diir-
rhot, dysenterv. chbtlera menlbu,
rannmp. etc, and -very one wh t to
know that a sure and speedy cure can
endAv be obtained by taking Pmrry Da
viw' Pain-Killer in sweetenwd water
every half hour. never fails. Avoid
nheittutes. there ia but one Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis'. Price 5c. and 50.

for which you would exact such heavy
payment? i
"My name is Carter," said J3n.
"And mine Gray."
"Carter-Gray," repeated Kupg. hon-
oring us with a doubtful look! "Curi-
ous. II have many very dear English
frienfAl this with an incoieivably
maliciouS smile, "but I don't fem to
recollect either name. Are au sure
that you remember rightly-tl t terror
has 4ot dimmed your intelleett'
"Quite sure."
"Nevertheless It is very strange. As
a ruae, I know my guests, el ier per-
sonaly or by repute, and I usimlly re-
ceivet them with open arms. I ave the
reputation of a warm embrace and. as
you mow, when a man has amrned a
repu-ation that is in any way slingular
he constantly strives to live 6p to it.
However, if toward you I bate in the
least fallen short of that 'Ipltality
for which I believe I am not known,
I shall strive manfully to ate for It


later on. There is some on
who knows many people who
ly are unknown to me. He w
any little omissions of mine."
as 1to go, then suddenly s
"Oh, by the way. it is some'!
saic the carpenter set off in i
his 4cestors! May I ask w
havrt told you of him ?'
"Some one." said Jim. "whl
bers that Kung is mortal .like
of "
"Aye. to be sure. Only with
feretice. Kung Is well served.
matters not. He of whom i s
soon be here. Once I kuow ft
who my guests are. trust iuE
tem as they deserve."
*He rose again,. and this
heavy curtains fell be-fore hi
the lights were extinguished.
ing of feet followed., and Ji
stood alone in the darkness.
"You are there. Jim?"
"Yes. lad." "
Then there was a silence bI
for many minutes, and I pee.
ly through the darkness, 1
catch a glimpse of him, but 1
was-too profound, only the
al rattling of his chains, ti
fro foot to foot and the he
=i pmaing to tell me that 1


coming
ersonal-
11 repair
-He rose
t agala.-
ttle time
arsuftof
ia could

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the rest


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to treat

time the
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eager-
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