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re6y Letter froh OO f'I
er4the Tmum Dewo tti Affairs A p
Taking In Marylm4, Etc.
Washington, March 23--Just now a
owl is going up about the new Mary-
ad election law, by the terms of
tWch illiterates of whatever color ar
blranchised. It is charged that it is a
miocratic plot to recapture the State
gm the Republicans and fearful
beats are made that the next Cow-
eas will certainly "enforce the 14th.
amendment" and cut down Maryland's
agesentation in consequence. All
hIa in spite of the tact that the new
laryland law is almost a copy of that
Bleh has been enforced Massachu-
ts for years and has on universal
mmendation for its' wOIlo It is
i-.offically announced bre tha the
piblcan managers an4 the Repub-
lea Congrsslitte have!
hir eye on Maryland a are viewing
ilfnmdisgised alarm." hat isgoing
o their. Chairman Thbiher, of the
seablcan Cngressiona Committee,
ys that Congress must e influenced
, the action in to take ae-
Sreducing the station of
land and all other where
aegro is eliminated a voter.,Mr.
further deliver himself of
faintive lament over prospective
to result to Democratic
from negro chiMament
Is the whole story. a Repub-
lto or re-
-n-Bb^pe jU-but R MAbe
the subject-was last year
been found. tha entforee-
will cut both.ways. If the South-
States s d, the system
t in 01n: U for instance,
ten Republican htte voters
- outweigh five hu
ones, there might ii
iemse for complaint.
to criticise the c
d Weyler's method
of Marinduque in til
Ie garrisoned towns
all disobeying th
of warfare" is dil
their property is ti
the interior of the 1
ted." The inha
are said to favor
The country iI
what Mr. McKinle]
eyler proceeding, "It i
; it is extermial
it can beget is th
and the grave.
nants the same sor
ding the non-ghtin
into a few towns ant
or with fire and s
of the wilderness
Ihh he is begetting o
lWn words can be taken
A most astopndipg 1
memd from the Depart
p reference to the *pp
P sor to Consul
Sried of well doing a
deed be seri-
als here are
is to the es-
pf all natives
has been or-
p order being
land isi to be
pitants of the
is vpt forgot-
said of the
Ion. The only
it of the wil-
Here he is
) through his
rrd. It is the
md the grave
rer there. His
letin has been
plntmmnt of -a
lay, who has
about to return to theMnitebd a
he State Depa & t er tw rem con-
ted with the ngce aty of either
wring the post vacant or of baeng
ceed to decide wheth te new on-
H shal be accredited 4O, oo or
@ward VL In this IM f It has
A forth the folowiguaiadlarj-
tnent. "It is the r t o rseconise
lceto *iministfetmons and it is pre-
F- that when a chal e is made In
r consular rep t Ions South
W ha wmis4ifi ow.. n...
eBrtitsh ocapied Plhbdelpbh
d"rIL a great part oft
Wdlater, atrh w ha0
wmn mur lmdeie4euwe and had it
by all he elvillsed p
Washington was, i the War of
seined by the British and sabieted t
Brutal vanialsm M h -E a na b
prtM4-s now in South Africa. [ the
.mop ean courts had than macepted m-.
gland as the 4 beto egvz*foat; sem i
hither their oakW al sspre-tgt'ves ac; ^
edited to gimd, and generally
united in iging the American re7
public; denied our national evitemeie,
and .,Astted only England to their
commercial and political scheme. -I
North America; suppose, in brief, that
the treatment now proposed for the
Boers by a United States admin-
istration had then bepn accorded
us by foreign governments-what
would have been our predicament?
It certainly seems that something
mori than a mere denial is required
from Representative Mudd, of Mary-
land, who is charged with complicity
in the census frauds., in his district.
When Abell, the dishonest enumerator,
was first.arrested, he talked very free-
ly of the whole affair, volunteering the
statement that he understood the law
to direct the enrollment of men who
had been dead not more than a year
and to leave to the enumerator' Judg-
ment the enrollment of men who had
been dead a longer period. When asked
by whom the law had been explained,
he said, .unhestatingly: "My cousin,
Enoch Abell, the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Leonardtown; Jack Ching, a
lawyer down there, and Mr. Mudd."
This was- said more than once, and
with apparent confidence. When. Mr.
Mudd appeared at police headquarters
however, Abell's recollection changed.
He expressed his readiness to deny
that Mr. Mudd had had any part in his
instructions, though admitting every
other detail of that interview. Again,
when Mr. Mudd announced that he had
not known Abell before his appoint-
ment to the local police force, Abell
took that position also, altho,-h on
the day of his arrest he declared he
had. seen the representative'often and
talked with him on political subjects
at Ieooardtown and elsewhere. Abel's
earVler sttemens can be--and will-
be sworn to by a dozen witnesses.
The Anax*gorean Literary Society
met in regular sesson at the 'Seminar
West of'the Suwannee Tuesday after-
noon, the regular meeting day being
changed from Thursday to Tuesday.
The question for debate was, "Re-
solved that intemperance is a greater
evil than war." After a spirited debate
the judges decided unanimously in fa-
vor of the affirmative. In the irregular
debate the house also decided that in-
temperance was a greater evil than
The first annual banquet of the
Society has been called off for thih oear
and a picnic to Lake Hall will be bad
in its place. The picnic will be on
Monday of commencement week.
On the grounds will be erected
a speakers' stand and appropriate ad-
dresses will be made both by the ac-
live and the honorary members.
At this meeting of the Society it
was decided and a resolution was
passed to the effect that the Society
will never have more' than six honor-
ary members. By this means it will be
seen that more honor will be attached
to this office than has heretofore been
In other Society of a like nature where
there'are many such members. In ease
of the death, rjp~ws-.-Ua. or removal
of an honorary member his place is
then filled by election and an enlarged
picture of the deceased member will
me hung in the society hall. The Anax-
agoreans think they are pu -ulng a
good policy in this matter,and as more
hoMs and dignity is attached to the
d6ce they are very careful In the selec-
tioa of the first six. Only four of the
mix have been selected so far, as fol-
low: William D. nIowhain, ex-Gover-
nor; William S. Jenntin Governor;
Wilam B. Lamar, Attorney-General;
Albert A. Murphree, President of the
West Florida Seminary.
AsipSmgemn*. were made at the last
meeting for the commencement de-
bate of the society and it will be held
on Tuesday night of comm ne*ment
week. Thd society have elected debat-
JARCH 28 1901.
_ would like to havw
dueced .for exhibitlo
TO REDUCE lE ,COTM ACREAGE.
At the earnest request of Hon. Harvey Jordan, of Georgia,
President of Southern 'Cotton Growers' Association, and
prominent. farmers in this State I iasue this call for the
Sfarmers ih every county in this State to meet at their respect-
ive Court Houses tn the first'Saturday in April to consider
the advisability of reducing their cotton average for the
present year, and also to discuss ways and means for protect-
ing the price of our staple from present manipulations. If
the cotton acreage of the South be increased, the price.of the
staple will go down to 6 cents next Fall, which will result in
the greatest financial malamiyy that has beUlle the farmers
of the South in years. Now is the time 1pr action, because
the price of the staple will be fixed according to the acreage
planted this Spring.
Let every cotton farmer in this Stat attend these County
meetings on the first Saturday in April, and determine to
protect their property from utter annihilation.
B. E. McLIN,
Commissioner of Agriculture.
question to be discussed and the dpbat-
ors who are to take part will not be
named until the debate is ready to be
opened. The young ladies of the insti-
tution and the faculty will be the
guests of the society at this meeting.
An impromptu debate always creates
a great amount of interest and it goes
without saying that the society hall
will be acked.
of that district to find out the guilty
ones, as the sending in.of false alart
is a very dangerous thing for Tallw-
hassee, causing people to pay no atte4-
tion to 4re alarms..
L. M. Lively, Chairman;
A. C. Spiller,
L. C. Yeager,
Fire Committee City Council.
Mr. James T. Pe
Bros'. very efficient
chased the Cureton
Chesley's and Mr. 1
northeast part of to
the building at onel
attractive as well a
LAID TO REST. The "wing order has been issued t
The body of Council Ashley did not and to the various newspas
arrive here until Sunday afternoon. It througqet the South, with a requo t I
was taken at once to the undertaking for pultrWtion for the benefit of Con- 1
parlors of s. P. Rosier & Co., where. it fte veterans:
was kept until yesterday afternoon. New. tIiens, March 16, 1901. To al
While it was in charge of the under- Cmi e amps and Comrades-- ]
taker many people called to take a last T ftl :imanding calls atth- a
look at the dead soldier, but were' dis- fact that the same custom
appointed, the casket being hermetic- w S eretotore existed in reg
ally sealed, and having no glass over to meant of sponsors ad
the face asis tosually the case. ma or in the past will app y
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, reunion.1
the Governor's Guards, of which comr- nare fastpassingaway
pany Ashley was a member prior to his' be too few to hold re-
enlistment for the Cuban war, am-e justiee demamn
bled at the armory and mareedn ahold be broadened
Monroe street to Ronar & C5o's ,asSWS. to reach, now whe
taking esnt-WbU. where' 4 ra, every one I
formed an escort to the ar ven to
slen which slowly swendd it way toap a ative woa-
the cemetery. I era ow -ad their eVed casa
Rev. A. C. Woodward conducted the It Is a beautiful custom, and is An
funeral services and the following gen- keeping with.a chivalrous spirit of Pe
tUemgen acted as pall-bearers: L J. Van, old soldiers of the South, is elevate
John H. Horton, Bascom Dickey, Geo. anid ennoblamg, and is right from evi ry
Cook, Herbert Handley and Ernest t*andpohint that all the heedqu rts
Moon. iA the association Ahoild have a sp -
A salute was fired by. the Guards at so' and as many. maids of honor as
the conclusion of the services and the desired. Ths applies to general,
former comrades of the deceased, hav- apartment, division and brigade h d-
ing performed their last sad duty, quarters a id to all the camps.
marched back to the armory. Nearly very dollar of money w ch
Is require, for help for the living, nd
DEATH OF A CHILD. for care o the graves and mon ts
The angel of death invaded the home for "Our )ead," is raised by the r-
of Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Gwynn yesterday vivors of 'the glorious women of he
morning and robbed them of the Conede-.y and their descend tp,
sweetest flower of the home circle, these oMe young women. N 1-y
their Infant child. every act 1f mercy, and nearly e ry
Little -William Perkins Gwynn had good deed which is done can be
been ml for some time, suffering from to their living and devoted han
spinal meningetis. As ehrly as Satur- The ommrndaing there re,
day an& Sunday it was realized that feels that they are called upo to
life hung by a slender thread. fill the pots of duty, they should
The best medical attendance, the be given the posts of honor.
most expert trained nursing and, in The re e desires the o
fact, everything that human skill could custom adheredto of the appoint t
suggest was done to save him, but of a sponsor by the general, t-
nothing could stay the ravages of the ment, division and brigade co d-
dise ers and by every camp, with as m
The funeral will occur to-day. In maids of honor as desired, there
their affliction the heartbroken parents no limit to the number, but with
have the profoundest sympathies of. distinct u'Aerstinding that the r-
the entire community. union committee at Memphis will
entertain and provide for one
and one maid of honor from
FIRE ALARM BOX REMOVED. department and division h --
To the public: term, as the expense for the en
The repeated turning in of false ment of a large number would be
alarms of ire from district box No. great for the reunion commnitt to
26-four false alarms having been bear, neitherwould there be room
turned in in the last ninety da-the platforms, etc., for any large u r,
fire committee has ordered the tele- but it is earnestly hoped _and
phone compaL to remove alarm box that all the rest will attend and
No. 26 from its present position'and the Memphis reunion with their
place same in the front yard of Mr. ence.
Harry A, Fish, one block south of its
present position. A Superb Grip Cure.
L A standing reward of $10 is of- Johnson's Tonic is a superb Grip < n.
feared to anyone furnishing to the fre Drives out every trace of Grip P, Km
committee, information that will lead from the system. Does it quick. W kin
to the conviction of the party or par- an hou itiemers the. blood and in
tte taming in to nentrai Wtthe ffleets of the po n.
ties turning in false alarms. Within a :day it places a Gripvi tim
3. The telephone 'company have Ibvmnd ihn nint tf dammer. Wi a
at thiso as.&
ons, one of Levy
amen, has per-
lace, between Mr.
IeDougal's, in the
, and will add to
Making it a very
VOLO xXINO 5*
SHOT 01 STRIRT
A Iu. killed Hre: Lat Sit-
WAS NO APPARENT CAUSE
fle Had Been Itiftu a Good Time
Together at a Wloo A" Day.
Saturday night, jpst after 8 o'clock,
a pistol shot on Mt4nroe street, in the
very centre of the business portion of
the city, attracted considerablee atten-
tion. Chief of Police Braswelll was
near at hand, and rushed across the
street to the St. Jmes Hotel, where
the shot was flre" and arrested the
only man standingaround who could
have fired it
About this time *r. E. F. Duke, of
the St. James, cne out and dis-
covered a man lying on the ground.
It was so dark thechief had not seen
him. The man arrested, a well-borer
by the name of Btrd, from Live Oak,
was then locked up, a smoking pistol
being taken front his pocket, and
physicians called tj the wounded man.
The latter proved to be a furniture
drummer from Acksonville named
Breck. The wooud proved to be a
fatal one, having e tered the corner of
the left eye and penetrated the brain,
and in about an l.or he was dead.
Bird was then turned over to Sheriff
John A. Pearce and put in the county
jail. Sunday n1oaling Judge Whit-
field summoned )L coroner's jury and
held an inquest, aj which, by order of
the jury, Dr. Pirick made a vpst-
mortem .examintrp. The latter de-
veloped that thi Istol ball had com-
pletely severed |te brain from the
spinal chord at lintersectionwith the'
former, and thekiry rendered a ver-
A DOUB WEDDING.
Sunday, the 1 Instant., there was
a double wed near this city in
which a great of our young
people took co- interest. We
refer to the of Miss Claude
Hartsfleld to Mr Jackson Gray and
Miss Clara He etaeld to Mr. E.
Tngpton All t e parties to this im-
portant event residents of Leon
county, except .ne -tnn,- who re-
sides at Smith Creek, in Wakulla
The brides are "oth the daughters of
School CoIer Gilbert Harts-
field: and their popularity was attest
by the attend'snei at the wedding of
a very large crowd from this city..-
An important M
the Railroad Cod
last between tlu
Line Railway an4
The charge bel
freight rates at T
of Tampa appeal
Company and .]
so was argued before
imision on Monday
the Seaboard Air
the Plant System.
ig discrimination in
npa. Mr. F. C. Boyer
ad for the Steamshipp
Ir. W. A. Carter of
ence for himself jd family. They
ill move in as sojn as the house is
Mr. Harry D. Ha.t. the Tallahassee
irniture man, is having the Gilmore
:'Davis Company apt a thirty-foot ad-
ition to the rear mnd of his already
ery large furnitureemporlum.When it
s completed he wol have more floor
pace under one rof than any other
business man in "talahassee-and it
rill, every inch of 'it, be packed with
esirable goods. I
Just north of th Presbyterian par-
onage Contractors raylor & Child are
erecting a very prey little cottage for
Kr. Wallace 'Quarterman,, book-
keeper for the Fifst National Bank.
Madam Rumor says that when it is
finished he will be ready to move in--
lot to keep bachelpr's hall, either.
Prof. Murphree'sL cottage, one block
rest of the Capitoql, is nearing com-
pletion. It will be bne of the most at-
ractive residence in that neighbor-
hood of pretty homes, and will be en-
cloced, as soon as x. has time to grow,
rith a pretty greej privet hedge.
Otner new cottaos completed within
he two or three weeks last past, are,
ne belonging to Mrs. Wilson, on the
ot adjoining Prof. Murphree; one bit
longing to Mr. A. 1L Tully, on the cor-
ner back of Mrs. Nellie Bassett, and
still another belonging to Mrs. B. A.
Meginniss, on the opposite side of the
street south from Mr.Tully's.
LE MERS PATENT ISSUED.
Letters latent pzave been granted
for the incorporaton of the St. John's
Towing Compa, at Jacksonville,
with a capital of p4,000. The general
nature of the business to be twnqacted
by the company ll be the establish-
ing, maintainly g LA doing of a 'gen-
eral towing busis in the waters of
the United Staesby the use of steam
tugs, ships, vesse, boats and barg
of such kind and ratr as-may .be
found most adantageous therefore,
and the corporation shall have the
right to purchase, acquire, hold,. use,
mortgage, or oth4rwie encumber, sell
and convey any l estate or personal
property. The f incorporators are
Montgomery Cons, J. A. Ritter, A. E
Wald, John Pricd T. E. Murphy and
Letters paten have been granted
incorporating th Florida Telegraph
and Telephone nation, with head-
quarters at Inv ess. The capital
stock is $5,000, which may be in-
creased to $250, The association
will construct, intain and operate
telegraph and hone lines, offices,
exchanges and i ents, conecting
with other tel h and telephone
lines, and deal real and personal
property. the incorporators
are William K. Jackrnn, president;
James P. vice-president, and
J. M. Young, and treasurer.
o with the facts.
t' Breck, Bird and
*. named VonKamp
: convivial day of it,
d latter were trying
rd and go to their
A VonKamp had got-
o Breek left the
ed, holding" on to'
They reached the,
e street, at the en-
es Hotel, the shot
djdbeen drinking, but
dunk and the only
advanced is that they
ng dice. Bird had lost
and perhaps thought
money. The latter was
rer, as Breck had no
Ind had only deposited
01 at the saloon.
Governor Jen ngs has made the fol-
lowing civil appointments:
IL W. Bennet of Jacksonville, to be
notary public fcr the State at large.
Hugh B. Sutton of Pensacola, to be
notary public for the State at large.
John Raymond of Dade City, to be
notary public for the State at large.
C. E. Allen of LeCanto, to be notary
public for the State at large.
J. E. Chavous of Old Town, to be su-
pervisor of registration for Lafayette
Thomas Pollard of Jacksonville, to
be notary public for the State at Large.
J. Whiting Hyer of Pensacola, to be
notary public for the State at large.
W. Irving Porter of Dade City, to be
notary public for the State at large.
Ed. A. Eshe of Jacksonville, to be
notary public for the State at large.
Isaac A. Stewart of DeLand, to be
notary public for the State at large.
William Hunter of Tampa, to be
notary public for the State at large.
Lawrence Horn of Pensacola, to be
notary public for the State at large.
P. B. Bedford of Jacksonville, to be
notary public for the State at large.
The following new enlistments have
been reported to Adjutant-General
Michael Halpern and Lewis Otto, for
the Key West Guards.
Ed.;Sullivan. T Tiann Ovid Ander-
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diet in accordau
It seems tha
had been having
and the former
to escape from
ten away, bmt
saloon Bird foi
his arm. Just
opposite side of
trance to the St
Both men hI
were not very;
had been throw
Breck had his n
not true, fiowe
money on him
$3.00 and a pisi
Has won success far beyond the effect
of advertising only.
The firm hold it has won and retains
upon the hearts of the people could
never have been gained by even the
most lavish expenditure of money.
The tiue secret of the popularity of
Is explained entirely and only, by its
Based upon a prescription which
cured people consider.l incurablc.
which accomplished wonder. astonish-
ing to the medical professeioi,
Includes the concetrat.l vines o, th,
best-kniown vegetable remedies such
as sar.iaparillaL, yellow dock, pipsis-
sewa, uva ursi, mandrake and dande-
lion, united by an original and peculiar
combination, proportion and process,
curative power peculiar to itself.
Its cures of mild and extreme cases
of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis, and
every kind of humors, as well as of ca-
tarrh and rheumatism-prove it to be
the best blood purifier ever produced.
Its cures of dyspepsia, biliousness,
nervousness, loss of appetite and that
tired feeling, make
beyond question the greatest stomach
tonic, merve-builder and, strength-
restorer tle world has ever know.
It will cure you or any one ia your
family of any of these troubles
You can rely upon
as a thoroughly good medicine. Buy
a bottlq sad begin to take it today.
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ayutday was a and gloom
Y, yet there were a atumber of per-
01W in ifrom the country, ten or twelve
-way. Among tbM number were
theRev. Mac. Gardner, of Lake Jack-
on, who owns over -40 acres of good
twnIng land on and pear the lake.
e tIs a huster who i not afraid to
o0l his hands by laUbo'. Such a man
IS a credit to any race.
Bishop H. Turne of the A. M.
B. Church, belongs to a class of men
Who was born early in the 30's, still
he is possibly more interested in the
mission work of his chUrch than any
other man in It. Mrs enamin Dl-
worth argues that the population of
our lovely city, situated upon the
hills, like that of Romae, should in-
crease. She carried this argument into
practice by adding one bright-eyed boy
to its number.
Mr. M. P. Hunter, who recently re-
turned from Maharrr Medical College,
at Nashville, Teun., is confined to his
bed. It Is earnestly hopqd that he will
soon recover. Such a yeing man adds
something to the develoitnent and pos-
sibilities of the race.
Everyone should feel Mnxious to add
his quota of means and influence in
making his neighborhood d and town all
that he possibly can, and not become
subject to the jerks or fits of nervous
prostration for fear a newspaper or a
community might make a dollar off
him or her. Such a person-is a fit
subject for a sand hill, where it can
blow in his eyes every time they are
Some would place a discount on the
ignorant laborer who makes the coton
and the corn, manyft 'whom are un-
able- to read intelligently, but if he
is honest and industrious he is doing
a thousand fold more to develop the
material prosperity of the State than
the smart Alee who tries to live with-
The compresses and cotton seed oil
mills dotted all over this South land
are monuments to the negroes' indus-
try and patience, and to the white
man's ingenuity, far-sightedness and
The turpentine Industry-of this State
has a late birth, yet it seems to be
healthy, from circulars issued by Mr.
Cay in regard to wages, but the colored
man will work for Mr. Kay or Day
just so he gets his pay.
The man who came uD the street
smiling the other day said he was per-
fectly satisfied with the pi-ces lhe paid
for things at the Baltimore Clothing
House. Yes, and I'm gwine thar agiv.
It is pleasant to note the pubic
comments made about the State Nor-
mal and Agricultural College by some
of the* leading papers in this State.
We hope to see our fair school enjoy
the same enviable reputation as that
of the Tuskegee Institute under the
management of President Booker T.
Washington. Why not? We have the
ECZEIA, ITCHING HUMORS, PIM-
PLES CURED BY B. B. B.
Bottle Free to Sufferers.
Does your skin itch and burn? Dis-
tressing eruptions on the skin so you feel
ashamed to be seen in company? Do
scabs and scales form on the skin, hair
or scalp? Have you eczema? Skin sore
and cracked? Rash form on the skin?
Boils? Pimples? Run Down? Skin Pale?
Old Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcer? All
these are symptoms of Eczema and im-
purities and poisons in the blood. To
cure take B. B.B.(Bottanic Blood Balm)
which makes the blood pure and rich.
B. B. B. will cat s3 the sores to heal,
itching of eezema to stop forever, the
akin to become clear and the breath
sweet. B. B. B.is just the remedy you
have been looking for. Thoroughly
tested for thirty years. Give it a trial.
For sale by druggists at $1 per largebo-
tie; six large bottles (full treatment) $5.
Complete directions with each bottle.
So sufferers may test, a trial bottle given
away. Write for it. Address BLOOD
BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your
trouble and free personal medical advice
esses of Bethel A. M. E. Church. Ill
health has prevented Mrs. Angelina
Dent. from active service. We are
grateful to the public for the encour-
agement given these noble women.
A PROMINENT NEGRO DEAD.
t omrp ins o MW
Sloal heared ChISf Eto
Ieson os G o babnr J as.
HIo imMay who is pe& -am.w
whhove ll educatoa needs of the e
Im w be. e
MaE wm n R MaURRAaZ
soil, the climate, the students and a
competent corps of instructors, with
a loyal hearted Chief Executive in the
person of Governor Jennins, assisted
by the efficient State Superintendent,
Hon. Sheats, who is perfectly familiar
with the educational needs of the en-
tire State, and the other members of
the Board of Public Instruction, all of
whom are willing to see the young men
and women advance.
Hon. Walls, who is looking after the
agricultural interests of that institu-
tion, is a man of broad experience
along his line of work. He poses3as5
the do spirit It is constantly mani-
festing itself but it will take time to
reach the desired results, which will
not terminate like Jonah's gourd vine.
Tallahassee is so well adapted for
the organization of an orphans' home
for colored children. It is so much
needed. I believe our business men
would give it their support, if suitable
persons were at its head.
The bazaar on the 21st and 22d inst.
at Bethel Baptist Church, under he
management of a committee of faithful
ladies, was well attended and the re-
sults were encouraging. Madams Al-
len, Proctor, Locket, Shepherd, etc.,
deserve very high commendation for
their efforts to make the occasion a
Dr. Jerry and family lent their pres-
ence and aided in a more'material way.
The people feel that the doctor is very
big-hearted. Of course he is. Mrs.
Mamie Purcell, who went to the coun-
try to spend a while with her parents
on account of severe illness, is rapidly
Work In the Caisson.
It Is the strain within the bowels of
the working chamber, unnoticed gen-
erally while there; the change oi com-
ing into the outer air that the sand hog
(the workman) dreads. Under an air
pressure the blood is forced away from
the extremities. It is driven from the
exterior into the central organs, espe-
cially toward the brain and the spinal
The man, exhausted by toll under
these conditions, climbs a long ladder.
He is in the airlock again, with the up-
per door alone closed. The lock tender
jerks up the bottom door. With a twist
of the valve he hustles the compressed
air out. The ordinary atmosphere rush-
es in. The upper door is thrown up, and
God's sun and air come to the prisoner.
The reaction is too severe. The blood,
released by the sudden vanishing of
30, 40, 50 pounds of air pressure on
each square inch of the body. 'refuses
to act normally. Heart and lungs weak-
en, vitality ebbs. A sand hog is never
sure that the next trip may not be his
The practical limit below ground is
50 pounds of air pressure. The men
that can work in that atmosphere are
masters of their trade. Yetlnow and
then a man is met with wi6 has the
strength to go farther. Cromwell
Childe in Leslie's Monthly.
Where the Leak Was. c
Once, years ago, when Daniel Web-
ster was secretary of state, there was
an important foreign matter up for dis-
cussion before the cabinet, and the ut-
most secrecy was of course maintain-
ed, but the whole thing was blazoned
about in a few hours-after the cabinet
meeting. So the president hastily sent
for his cabinet to talk over this leak.
Each man had a different idea of it.
Finally Mr. Webster arose, saying,
"You, gentlemen. go on with your dis-
cussion, and I'll be back in a minute."
In a few minutes he returned and re-
peated every word that had been spo-
ken nla the room in his absence. He
explained that if, by standing close to
the door outside the cabinet room, you
held your ear to it, you could not dis-
tinguish one intelligible word; but if,
moving back from the door and a little
to one side upon a certain spot in the
carpet, you kept an attentive ear, ev-
ery word could be plainly heard as
Some enterprising eavesdropper had
been experimenting with the door and
had found that upon that exact spol
there was some acoustic property of
the door or room that conveyed the
sound in perfect entirety.-Saturday
A Modern Mother'sa Diary.
Tonight Clifford has said. -
"Mamma, are the stars holes in the
sky to let the rain through?"
I cannot sleep, such is my agitation.
Clifford is scarcely 5 years old, where
as, according to the best pedagogical
authorities, Martin Luther did not asl
this question until he was 7 and Alex
A Peoty Prement.
Apropos of Queen Wilhelmina's nu-
merous wedding presents a very sim-
ple but highly prized offering were two
pure white doves, with bows of orange
ribbon tied about their necks, Which
were brought to the palace in a basket
by two little girls and smilingly accept-
ed by the young queen, who Ia very
fond of birds.
Mrs. C. E. VauDeusen, of Kilbourn.
Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble
and constipation for a long time. She
Bays, "I have tried many preparations
but none have done me the good that
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
leIs have." These Tablets are for sale at
Wight & Bro.'s Drug Store. Price 25
cents. Samples free.
A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's Great Discovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gra vel, cures diabetes.
seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularities.
pt the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women, regulates ladder troubles
mn children If not sold by your drug.
gista, will be sent. by mail on receipt of
t1. Oae small bottle is two months'
In good condition she is sweet and lovable,
and sings life's song on a Joyful harmonious
string. Out of order or unstrung, there Is
discordance and unhappiness. Just as there
Is one key note to all music so there is one key
note to health. A woman might as well try
to fly without wings as to feel well and look
well while the organs that make her a woman
are weak or diseased. She must be healthy
Inside or she can't be healthy outside. There
are thousands of women suffering silently all
over the country. Mistaken modesty urges
their silence. While there is nothing more
admirable than a modest woman, health is
of the first importance. Every other cn-
sideration should give way before it. Brd*
field's Female Regulator is a medicine
women's ills. It is
est way to cure leu-
corrhea, falling of
ness, headache. -
backache and gen-
will be astonished I .-'
at the result es-
n~a1vf vnu have i l
Se sst -t eit. he
no eaort an Mde to dagee.
mtrow up, yet when the Inexorable or-
the mes thhe four s of heave,
obre natking up, bas it were, the family, a
l matter nto a new mess, and the old
!eas a rule, they learn each
other's history to the minutest detail,
unless man hood fortunses to be disagreeo-
able d to adist fine a mClose attachments
grow up, yet when officers theo inexorable or
waser arrives from Wasington, sendinpa-
the mess to the fourwent ts of heaven,
breaking up, theast wereto the Philippfamily, an
warm hand shake ends it alL Each of-
other to Chinto a new mes, and the old
It was my good fortune to be Intro-
dueced to as fine a mess as ever broke
bread together on a man-of-war. Thover
dthe worofeld Oners to one another lieu-
was ant commnspiration. Finally thgone pa-
ration came. One went to some navy
yard, another to the Philippines, he re-
other to Chinact, another to Wash orng-
ton, etc. They were scattered aYou kovnow
the world. One day, follow eating the i'seu-
movemnant commander, who had gone up.
for promotion, I inquired when he had
"Why, not in several months," he re-
plied. "In fact, not since he was or-
dered to his new station. You know
movements after a mess is broken up.
We form new associations, new
friends, and the old drop out of sight.
We never think of writing to each oth-
er. It is more than likely ye shall nev-
er see each other again & long as we
live, and we haven't the time or In-
clination to worry over each other's
fate."-New York Press.
,' 0 IKSDAY, MA H 28, 1901.
ander the Great. in a:1 pro.ja ilitJ, not An
until be was 9. Charles
I know not what to think. states
One moment I feel assured that Clif- omnsn, Id
ford is 'evincing an unaffected humor, year at
only In the next moment to jbe over- ehampl
whelmed by the suspicion tlat he Is gatta.
bidding for newspaper notoriety mere-
ly.-Detrolt Journal. J@s- U
Lep ed it o. bought 700
Towne-Has he sent you a beck for ces county, e
your services? tore bome
Browne-Yes, but It Isn't for the
amount I expected, although I let him |
Towne-Your writing's bad. Maybe
he didn't decipher the amount. -
Browne-I'm afraid he did e-lcphe
it. I wrote $100 very plainly and he
sent $10.-Philadelphia Press.
Verl andd the britte
No outsiders, not even me of
the press, were allowed to be present
at rehearsals of Verdi's op "A
production of a work of min ," said
Verdi, "is an affair between t work The
and the public. I do not write for the
press, but for the public, who sup- in
port me if my work is good or ho will
pxecute me if it is not. I do t care
for aught else." M. de Nevers us de-
scribes Verdi's attitude at a d ess re- AU ,
hearsal of "Otello" In Paris, w en the pe
press was present against his hes: Infix|
"The critics were all placed in the
corbeille of the amphitheater, me ten
rows of stalls having been learned
away to make room for a tale and
chairs for Verdi, Bolto and the direct- Castor
ors. MM. Sardou, Mellhac, alevy, and
Obin, the director of fine a and contain
two or three dignitaries and offi lals of cSUbt
the Opera sat behind in the re gaining and
rows of stalls. Among the criti were COli
MM. Reyer, Bruneau, Joncier Bel- l.
laigue. Pessard, Corneau and arcey. and
The foreign press was represent ed by Ston
M. de Blowitz and myself. 'nd s Ver- The C]
di came in all stood up, with h ts off.
and cheered the wonderful mac The C EN
orchestra joined, of course, in tie ova-
tion, and it was to the musician that
the master went, and, bowing h s ven-
erable head very low. he thanked them
for the kind demonstration and shook
hands with the nearest, but nev once
did he turn our way except for o e mno-
ment, when he took us all in ith a
side glance--an ugly one-and t in for
the rest of the evening, some five tours.
Ignored our presence complete '
A black cocker spaniel has hi upon
a pleasure so novel in canine society
that it deserves recording, sas tle
New York Post A young laiy of
the family to which he belongs
once teased him by scuffing abogt the -
rugs of her home until she could give T
an electric spark of considerable snap
and then discharging it upon thqt nose
of her pet, the spanieL Not long; after
this abuse the dog was observed to B: pyT q
roll upon the rugs entirely of his own : g fiare
accord and then to run to the brass
bedsteads and obtain a spark. This eae,
he continued to do, and his owa ob- l 8kw Z
servations seem to have taught him the most i
that he must approach metal in order strongest i
to receive the spark. In one roopn he uader sach
runs to the bedstead, in another to the
the pricking of the spark he ever @ 0 ,
falls to wag the remains of hIs tall, *
and his face assumes a decided ex- every SktI
pression of pleasure. tting, dl
"So you're going to ,
man, Bridget?" "
"I Suppose you'll hav ,
trouble I with him I've -
"Shure. what's that, mnmp
"Oh, be won't give up
You Have Always Bought, and which heas be
or over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per.
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Or w9--Allow no one to deceive you in this.
tterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex.
kts that trifle with and endanger the health of
and Children-Experience against Experiment,
Ihat is CASTORIA
s a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop0
thing Syrups. It is IHarmless and Pleasant. It
; neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotic
ce. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
ys Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
t relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
tulcuncy. It assimilates the P oml, regulates the
i and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Idren's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
NE CASTORlA ALWAYS
Bears the Signatur of
bid You Rave Al1ays Bouigt
In Use For Over 30c Years.
rNg c auruml r cmU C ? m-URa l s TC. .N4 YORK ciTr.
po e *o
out the gt
Sold by all
bottle; six b
Full line of CooStoveRa andHeaer A full line of
Full ine of not~ Sto l. e..n .o._ tad "n n Fitting-% 4
rial, both steel anLIron. A _fulr t inlo Steam Gtiuges, -Oflekat r, L
Pipe Fittings, lnje' ., InsPira.." .Whistles. SeAMltin, LOedb-r.
Valves. Also a tul, line of Rtubber and Lathere atid a u it.
Hooks and Steam king. A full line of -
brated Chastanoog4 Cae 4ills, all sizes. Call on
L. AC. yEG
L. C.0 YAEGFWJ
e dangers and dis-
a of Blood Dis-
Burning and Itch-
ions are among
e tortures. The
ms soon collapse
Lemedy) Is a safe
cd certain cure for
t humor of the
Francs, the .new United
r to Greece, Is a splendid
In 1876, during his senior
ie, won the single scull
In the Intercollegiate re-
InUer Settles Down.
ler, the poet, has just
res of farm land In Nue-
ex, and wil make his ft-
The State Teachers' Institute will
open on the first Monday in April. It
will be held at the State Normal and
Agricultural College. The session will
continue for two months, including
April and May. All the teachers who
desire to better prepare themselves for
the high calling of educating the
youths of the country should avail
themselves of the advantages of this
State Teachers' Institute, which will
be under the management of some of
the best educators in the State.
The Ministers' Union of Tallahassee
met at the C. M. E. Church on Tuesday
morning with a number of minist is
who united and are enthusiastic that
said meetings prove a blessing to many.
The union adjourned to meet again
next Tuesday, 10.30 a. m., at Bethel
A. M. E. Church. Rev. Holloway, pres-
ident, Rev. Hall, secretary.
Madams Fannie Anderson, Fannie
Briggs, Bettie Smith, E. T. Singleton,
Hallie Jones, Minnie Moore, Narcena
Thomas and Sarah Coachman are
among the active and faithful steward-
Purifies the blood,
buldAs up the weak
a 4 debilltvted,
th to we *"d (
diMeas, and ia-
p~air once shut
Drmggists. $x a
re, Hardware, Crockeryware.
I :_ .-
THE WEEKLY TALTLARAS AN:
Irol %IMWt;. .
g CHurRCH. South.M. M. B. HMabry, P .-
M. S'rviee8 preaching enwry Sabhr. 11
Prayer 4feeting, Wednesday at 730 P. M.
WSLEYA METBODIST CHUCH. J. B. Watts,
SinBchare. Preaching at the old Semi-
a every -third sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.380
r ^~ryer~ meeting every Thursday night.
L nd"VSy l 2:30 p. m. every Sunday alter
.nc~ass.me.tg Snday night, 730 o cl ck.
ir3uBB=AN C UORH. Rev.S. L. McCarty.
servi will be held regularty every
004ay at 11:A.M and'.0 P."oS. eatsare
and-the-public^ Cordially invited to at-
Bo nd, School at 1000 A.M Prayer
M-" "e 8. M. Union Chris-
eGSeavor meeting, s:30 P. M., Sunday.
BAPST cU1BCB.-ev. o. Provnen.
V!t. preaching at U a. m. and 7p. m.
Sunday. Sunday School at 10 a.
VI eetSul Wednesday 7 p.m. A cordial
meO iSex d e to all. -
.. JOIs ?E, Xov A CHUCH. Dr. W. H.
Pastor. Services: Preaching every
wrd oi _i. 7IMuP.M. Friday eveaiawr
ast 7O 30 P.*f. SndY School at 10 M.I
CAfn. wL CBIte V J. L. Btbgv] lt e-
0ics h Man and Sermon at 9A. W
satSvI 1. Vespers and Bnedi-
0O1 week dayS. U.K'S.45 A.. .
ie iTOY.i lor sae at all
ie at cot prices ata w
Oe. i, &,hurch u 90ds 8lnoit 9:.n.
.o.fesoJ tey Superintendent Preach-
A p.m udaynight. Cla Meet-
a T urelday night. 11 F. BIUNSON, Pastor.
c m. TIGo The Board of Di1ec-
sof the LraY Aesocmition hold their
iaets of the third Friday evening of each
SOstoatS n. at the library.
Thoewho are interested in ChnMtaDmSd-
W. C. Le were the services wil be-held
w..davewat1i.W .,%% ednesdays at 7: p.m.
or eRegular netiss of LEON a"s No..
are held eery Tuesday ove at their
I e n at 8 o-'elocd. All 1r( 'iners in
god H oa 're Invited t4) attend.
goodtanding. ON sG.
ing sS smth,
athla7oird ThUlfsdY e -8-F Itr-
at their Lodge Room. at inite0 attendL .
w in go odamiilNTOedR.. C.a P.d
W. H. CHAIbC, sBeribe.
T PAUL LOF 19NO 1
No. M L ueets oon
Fourth Tvenn each on
as on 1.pE R nBRICK, Dictator.o
]. W. C MAcR. MB Port.
IMORB OJ r PITHa.
ClWOsLodge No. I L of P les every
aira ar eordiallY invited to attend.
ihJu are LIUS ALL. C. C .
J. F. HILL,IL ofLS o 1 29
ST. PAUL LODGNI.
W&l~ ig ineCtD3 every Wednedgy even-
at eight o'cock,ais Lod therOp' epa
el All membe of the ethOrder i
doadimg a&recOrdia7 invited to
A. M. M STAWoeD,WQ oJ
per Or. 1ile hed 0onthe Second and
ac- month. at 8 o'clock, P. m.
W. M. McIiromT. S sc "v
g. m. B. BRIVAR1
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Offle over Capital City Bank,
t4l.TAnASPV, .- FLORIDA.
T. MYERS. __
I ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BI LBEWIS, DENTIST.
adute 1894, mvety Maryld
idhimoe; Post Ofrdu&te 1893.
Saskell Schoo)l0 Chicago.
W Preservation of Natural Teeth,
old Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
Hates a Specialty. Gas admnitered.
J. H. WTT.T.TAMS,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
Bepairs all kinds of Household articles of
yday use. Trunks, BaH. atchels ocL .
sy., Fasterings, Gum, P 9tol Shoot,8 gO
mbrella, also Bicycles and ewing
_me. Shop on Jefferson Street, near New
ty Market. Work done on short notice, mand
low ories. .a-tt
A. J. FISH,
contract r ,
-- AND DALE IU--"
.imloer, Laths, Shingles, Etc., kept
stock at all times.
J. F. HILL,
S F Purishig 0oods,
Cl GR STORE
nrroe traat. annmaaltA St James
I saw the filure of a man stooping over
somecthino on ihe Nffot
me. Supposee man say, 'Stop!' you
sabbee what to do. But no t'ink dan-
We passed from the room, leaving
Kung stretched upon the floor, the fa-
tal sign which he had so often used
stamped indelibly upon his forehead.
Closing the door behind us and duly
locking it, we entered another chamber
and once more saw the light of day
struggling to pierce through an ill de-
fined window. Yon immediately went
to the door and, opening it, peered out
"All clear." he said. "Come."
We needed no second bidding. Pass-
ing through the door, we found our-
selves lu a little garden, which we trav-
ersed with all speed. Yon made for a
clump of trees some 200 yards away,
and notwithstanding our enfeebled con-
dition I think we cleared that open
space in fairly good time.
Entering the shelter, we stopped to
breathe, and I turned back to look at
the place which had been our prison
and which but for Yon would have
been our a im-
A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca-
rets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box today; 10c., 25c., 50e.
Sample and booklet free. See our big
B&A WER SALVE.
Ote met heealla vel In. theworld.
Foley's Kidney Cure
ian a kidneys aod M addeN o ight.
Foley's Honey and Tar
forch Mwreamfewr.. No piate.
Foley's Honey and Tar
eaiAs IRigs ad Mogs tgbe coax
THE YELLOW MAN.
(Continu d om Seventh P.tge.)
You. "'Ave got boat. Must lun down
"And Woocbing?" asked Jim.
"No can tell, no can stop. Pelhaps
Wooching no like follow now Kung
gone." He went to the door which led
to the passage and locked it carefully.
"Good," he muttered. "Makee that
piecee fellow stay behind a little lon-
"And these things?" said Jim. touch-
ing his chain.
Yon looked round, then suddenly ran
to the body of Kung and began to
search it. In a moment or two he drew
from one of the pockets a bunch of
"My fink 'ave got 'ere." he said.
He was right. The keys were found
which fitted the locks, and presently
we were free.
"Now." said Ton. "you make follow
no .- f.ter hour as the boat sped
r' 1:;:.... ..a. ..d. cilaunu idat se-d.
on the Irow oif a considerable eipi-
nence. ia:il i'-i ct:ttage from which ire
had escaped. an abode of the poorest
description. nestled in an Indentatiou
some 50 or 60 yards from thb l)ase Cf'
the pagoda. One would never assocl-
ate the two. and as these old pag .its
are usually encrusted with rce -rential
superstition it is hliby.v ;r-,a;! tlat
any one an!,hting on C(liing-hi wo4ld
keep a respectful distaniee from tjhe
venerable structure. in this way Kupg
could surely count on immunity from
Yon gave us a respite of a moment :or
two and theh led us onward through
the trees. His face was now ghastly in
its paleness, and. notwithstanding a
brooding determination of the brows
his jaws clattered nervously together.
He seemed fully to realize what he hid
done. and a terror over .which he hld
no control took possession of him. MIt
he led us on quickly, surely, and, 1
knew that his anxiety to get away
from the Islanid would insure us as fn-
For Over fifty ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfectsuccese. Itsoothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhea. It will relive
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggists in every part of ie
world. TwenI-five cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Window's Soo0h-
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.
as lay within his power a quick and a
Presently from a thick clump f
shrubs we emerged upon the river, a d
a few paces farther on, hidden amo g
some tall rushes, was a sampan. T
Yon pointed excitedly to it.
"Good sampan, good boat, ple4y
glub. Makee lun down the liver all l.L
Makee Shanghai side thlee-four day"'
He unmoored the boat and drew it
alongside the bank. Jim looked at hin,
at me and then back in the direction jof
"And Wooching?" he said.
I began to be apprehensive and look-
ed him inquiringly In the face.
"Well?' I asked.
"He is still alive."
"Wooching no make trouble njw
Kung go." said Yon. "Kung be belopg
"Come. Jim." I said. "I am satisfied.
Let us thank God if we can get away.
It would be madness further to tei pt
He hesitated for a moment, but foi a
moment only. Then he said. "Get 14i"
1 needed no second bidding. He fl-
lowed. and Yon. pushing the boat 1ut
into the stream, leaped aboard. Tloen
with all haste we got out the oars abd
pulled for the opposite bank. Yon regu-
lating the great steering scull aft
Slowly and without mishap we drop-
ped down past the island, and ere long
a bend in the river hid even the pago~la
I breathed a silent prayer.
THE LAST OF THE YEfILOW MAN.
Of that voyage down toe great river
I have nothing startling to relate. Of
course there were many alarms, for vwe
feared greatly that Wooching or soine
other m.uber of the diabolical associa-
tion would give chase, but fortunately
such did not transpire, and except for
the inconvenience of such a method of
traveling we encountered nothing
which happily we were not able to sur-
mount. Many an anxious glance was
cast back along the river, and any junk
that overtook us we regarded with the
utmost distrust and could scarcely real-
ize when it passed without molesting
'us that it contained no enemy. What
was happening away back in the pago-
da it would be hard to say. But Kung
was dead-Kung, the all powerful and
implacable enemy. This. too, seenied
a thing which it was scarcely possible
irned to Jim and
:tor drew a cover-
said the doctor.
no apparent rea-
o dead men."
"Certainly. Come this way."
For some half dozjn steps he led us
along the passage, topping before a
door on the right, h ich, extracting a
key from his pocket he unlocked. I
entered after him. t embling with ex-
citement. The bod3f was stretched on
a low bunk still d missed in its cooly
clothes, which her4 and there were
slashed and soddet. with blood. A
coarse towel was, flung carelessly
across the face.
Upon this being reinoved a most hor-
Counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve are liable to cause blcoa poisoning.
Leave them alone. The original has the
name DeWitt's upon the box and wrap-
per. It is a harmless and healing salve
for kin diseases. Unequalled for piles.
All dealers. ';_
C pital CityLiyeryFeed
uble and Single Teams,
BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.
ae tisfeioa l Intended
W. C. TULLY.
Loss of mental energy, lad
power, failing memory or ina
centrate the mind on the w
there is nothing so good a
Nervine. ts powerful inM
ing up and- trengthenig the
nerves, makw this great m
able bran-food and rstorati4
lity to con-
.waftly town tme pet re f I eat and
thought of what had een. of the terror
that had so long hungover me. And it
was ended. Was it? We were still in
China, and but half of our work was
complete. "Woochinr must die. Vol
must kill Kung.'" s my father hWdl
written long ago. Vell. Kung was
gone-- gone the way f all oppressors.
smitten by the crea ltre he despised.
All powerful and skilled in the reading
of men. he had yet fa ed to read aright
the heart of Yon. Ii rause forsooth a
servant like Yon wa4 to be beaten for
disobedlhinee and then forgotten.
Yon's regaining of grace was told in
a few words Aftir his branding.
though his heart wag full of revenge,
he feigned r
less in his might. forgot that a cooly
may have a soul S.oin time Yon was
permitted once more to be of use Tlhwn
he thought of us anxl how we might
belP forward his rev ge.
Well. Kung was gtne. hut his lieu-
tenant was still at la-ge. aud notwith-
standing Yon's bell that Wooching
would let us rest P was doubtful.
knowing the pertinacity of that dread-
ful man. 3
Well we reached shanghai without
mishap and after staying there for two
Like Oliver Twist" children ask for
more when given O e Minute Courh
Cure. Mothers ondo' it highly for
-croup. It quickly cuK1s all coughs and
colds and every throEand lung trouble.
It. is a specific for gripe and asthma and
has long been a well iown remedy for
whooping cough. All ~ealers.
days took ship for TEongkong, Intend-
ing to make our w y back to Mel-
bourne with all dispa ch. Yon was to
accompany us as f r as Hongkong,
where we had promiid him sufficient
remuneration to set lm up for the rest
of his life. Indeed Jm wished to take
him across the great Vwateri, bdt I suc-
ceeded in dissuading!him of the idea.
Yon was a most excellent fellow in a
pagoda or on a river" but just a little
too violent for a peaceful English
Though he traveled with us as our
servant, he nevertheless slept forward
with the other cooly passengers, and
on the morning of t.e second day out
the captain came to Jim and me in our
cabin saying that there had been a row
among the coolies antl that our servant
was seriously injure Of course our
thoughts naturally ftlrw to the society.
and, begging the skApper to show us
the way. we hurried forward.
Yon was still alive and that was all
that could be said (Of him. Ills eyes
were glazed, and I .n't think he rec-
ognized us, but. though it may only
have been my fancy, just before he
Treats All Diseases.
niS. Xethod Invariably Cares All
Catarrhal, Broachial, Lu8g, Stma.
S ach, LiverKildey aad Other C.om
;plaints, as Wel as All Diseases
ad Weaknesses of Womea.
SIn Dr. Hathaway's most
P extensive practice, cov
Serig a period of more
than 0 yearsbe hasbeen
St-llel upon to treat all
Manner of diseases of
S ines .and women and
Salogthbe whole line of
Human ailments he has
been uniformly see-
S Dr. Hathaay's me-
S thlod of treatment gets
S- directly at the seat of
the trouble, purifies the blood
klaeef tones up the whole system and
BtIG neutralizes the poisons which
lro0itce the diseased onditions.r
All 2J1 east Yearly Pe restores to perfect
health thousands of sufferer;
from Catarrh, Bronchitis. As
thne. Hay Fever, Lung. Complaints, 6tomnach
LTver and Kidney Diseases. Piles. Tumors, Can
cers. Eczema and all manner of skin affections.
%- Dr. Hathaway also treats with
W1 Ithe greatest success all those
-1Me many distressing weaknesses and
1iseases by which so many women are afflicted.
E4Ialr il Dr. Hathaway's oices are fitted
A- with all the latest electrical and
AP other appliances, In the use of
whik. as well as the microscope, ne has world-
Wd< fameas an expert. All of the medlc nes
use4 by Dr. Hlathaway are compounded In his
W,,raboratories. under his personal direction.
and speciall remedies are prepared for each in.
divi ual case according to its requirements.
.,i Dr. Hathaway has prepared a
.ainMh. applyingto the different diseases
vhieh he sends free on application: No. 1, for
Men; No.2, for Women: No. P. for Skin Diseases;
No. 4, for Catarrhal Dseases; No. 6.for Kidneys.
Dr. Hathaway makes nocharge
''<" for consultation at either his
Fu*. office or by mall.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, AL .
s5 iryan Street, Savannah, Ga.
nibe sight presented itself, for Yon's
knife had struck when and where it
could, but cut and dead and awful as
he -was I immediately recognized the
features of Wooching.
Without speaking I looked at Jim,
an4 he looked at me.
"It is horrible," I said as we turned
And that was the last of the yellow
4any years have passed since then,
and the girl of my heart has long been
thQ wife of my bosom. Once more we
liv as those about us, injuring no one,
tf ng no one, for, as my father had
pr hesied, with the death of Wooching
an Kung our persecution ceased,
gh it was long before I could bring
m If to believe it, and to this day I
never look upon a yellow face
ut a shudder.
m, I am glad to say. Is getting quite
again and only now needs a good
wi to make him supremely blessed.
B he eschews matrimony with a zeal
w thy of a better cause. And yet he
h confessed that a woman like Cecil
m* bt tempt him to the direful deed.
B as there is only one Cecil I have no
hope for Jim.
4ut he always stays with us when he
is It howe. and to my boys he is Uncle
Ji just as he was to me. And some-
ti es when all the house is quiet he
an I sit over a glass of whisky and a
pilt and talk of the awful days that
ha e gone, never to return; of Knng,
th Society of the Hidden Meaning and
of Voochiug, the yellow man.
re you sick? If so, investigate the
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me icine. the dose is small, yet it quickly
p uces the most gratifying results, di-
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loa their palor, the eye becomes bright
an the step elastic.. Price, 50 cents.
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n "eInventive Age"
ode. No f pt secured.
ticto cnfidential. Address
^ SMIGGERS, La.ye, C..
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I Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most
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pleasant and refreshing to the tas;e, act
gently and positively on kidneys, liver
4nd bowels. cleansing the entire syste m,
ispel colds, cure headache. fever. bab-
uual constipation and bhiliusness.
lease buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-
y; 10, 25. 50 cents. -old and gupran-
to cure by all druggis:s.
Ideltalr and gwEm1ier
y" Dealer in Marble Foreign and
mestic. Orders Filled on Short Notice.
his cuts and prices before. sending
)ney outside the State. 44-1v
W. A. NOWLIN.
all ISrNu Wago ii
ilLACKSM1THING and REPAIRING
"Excessive application to my studies
and hard work in the ministry undermined
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ous system. My memory failed, my mind
was dull, my thoughts confused and I was
so nervous and restless that I could
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OULD1G AID BUILDING IATERIAI,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P A Family Medicine Chest
A family medicine chest for ten cents
Sa pretty litt- enameled metal box
o have the means of keeping the
hole family healthy, from baby togood
d grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
t a tbx of Cascarets Candy Cathartic
r ten cents, and see that you always
ve them in the house. Colicl sick
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perfectt remedy always at hand. Save
r doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
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ep you well. We recommend Casca-
is to all our readers.
tc Largest and lost Complet
Establishmin t Smot,
.EOS. RHER NSOH
The last of the ycello
died I thought he t
smiled. Then the di
ing over his poor fac
"Sudden quarrel fo0
son. Knives-and t
"May we see the o-
. 4 *'Y.**N
5;4)330.TWM~m, iiom534PrlW .
TAT^ AHAA8S1US GUfAiS.
The members of the .lorida Legisla-
ture for 1901 have already commenced
to arrive. By Monday afternoon they
will all be here, unless some few are
forced ) y Providence or other good
reasons to delay their coming. At noon
Tuesday they wll meet, the Senators
and members 6f the lower house in
their respective ends of the Capitol,
and for the succeeding sixty days will
be engaged in Lgislation for the ad-
vancement of our fair State.
During that time. the people's repre-
sentatives, from every county, will be
guests of Talahasee. This is an honor
for which we pardonably feel proud,
and it goes without saying that Talla-
bsseseana will do the honors to per-
fectlon, leaving no stone unturned to
intersperse with all sorts of pleas-
antries the arduous and responsible
labors the TAgilastors and attaches
have before them.
For the Presidency of the Senate,the
Speakership of the House and various
other places of honor and emolument
there will no doubt be spirited con-
tests. Leon county has no candidates
to put forward, and the Tallahasseean,
therefore, has viewed the campaign
for the two first places named above in
silence, believing that to be the best
thing to do under the' circumstances
mentioned, and especially when all
things are so near equal that the com-
mon intrests of the State will be as
well preserved by the election of one
as the other of the candidates in the
In this connection we are pleased to
note that 'no bitterness has been in-
jected into the camIpaign, and that the
prospects are good for a perfectly
friendly termination. This is well, for
when too much feeling enters into the
organization of a legislative body it
is apt to have its effect in shaping
some and retarding other important
Carefully scanning the list of sen-
ators and representatives,mostof whom
it has been our pleasure to meet in the
past, we believe that we can say with-
out fear of successful contradiction
that the Legislature of 1901, to assem-
ble so sodn, will be the most intelligent
body of men, as a whole, that ever as-
sembled in the Florida Capitol in a
similar capacity. Efficient action is,
therefore confidently expected of them
upon- the many important measures to
come up at this session, and they are
expected to pursue business methods
from the start, so that no public inter-
est shall suffer for lack of attention.
On behalf of the people of Tallahas-
see, we bid them thrice welcome tc
their Capitol City, and bespeak foi
them a ~)beral portion -of enjymet
to make thelr work lighter during theoi
stay among us.
'.,T n, CoveON QUlSTION.
S ti e epblidh a call eis6e
by Hon. B. B. McLin, Commimlsner o
Agriculture for FloriWa, which explain
itself. The question dealt with in thi
call-the cotton acreage-is one of mor
importance than a great many peopi
think. The recent fearful slump lm
prices, together with the discovery tha
a great deal more cotton, of last year
crop, is in the hands of the farmer
than was at first supposed, -has en
ated consternation in many quarter
and immediate action is urged by som
of the leading cotton-growing section
to keep" the acreage down this year.
Along this line the following frow
the Quitman, Ga., Advertiser will in
terest many of our readers:
"There is a momentious question
now staring the farmers in the fac
which must be settled and that too i
once. This question is of vastly moi
importance than politics or any of th
many great-problems which are coi
stantly being brought before us by po
Iticians and other public men. They a
about to place seed in the soil for th
year's crop, and they are dependam
solely upon their production for a
existence, so the all-important que
tion is, 'what shall we plant in ord
to realize the greatest gain?'
"Cotton has for years been the stap
article of this section, and each ye
the average has increased. The pa
.year brought forth a large production
but the consumption not only kept t
the price regular, but sent it to
higher point than it had reached
years. To-day the price is but 8 cen
while on the-same day last year it so
for 9 cents. There is a tremendo
quantity now on the market, and ma
speculators are all but bankrupt by t
unexpected decline. All who have he
ulator, for which he is dealing In
re. Our advice would be, plant
ugh cane, corn and other products
ch may be used at home, to fall
k on in case your judgment on the
on question is wrpng. With hog
hominy in your storehouses, you
be better prepared to face the los-
side of an uncertain problem."
IT RECOILS WITH IrMfUTr.
The opponents of woman's suffrage
are so arrogant that they bring ridi-
cule upon themselves sometimes. The
following instance is so good that not-
withbtandjiug we are not numbered
among the "suffragists," it will bear
repeating for the excellent lesson it
conveys to that pompous class who
think they are the "whole push.' It
"Opponents of equal suffrage have
"eade a wonderful invention-an elae-
yardstick. By a Judicious use of it,
ey propose to prevent women from
v ting. Whenever any woman does an
unwise thing, they charge it against
the whole body of women, and gravely
affrm that all women are unfit to vote.
few days ago some of the Daughters
o the American Revolution, in a con-
d election, lost their temper, and
tnto a verbal scrimmage, which
'as telegraphed from Main to Mexico
ai an evidence of women's unfitness
for self-government The Boston Daily
Herald, with owl-like gravity, in a
I fading editorial, contended that:
*"The Washington action -does not
rnder it probable that women with
f 11 suffrage rights would be a success
i public affairs, since if women are to
ve the suffrage all women must be
mitted to it The misbehaving Wash-
1 n women must come as well as
e more properly conducting woman
"Yet, the same day, the Herald re-
Srded the fact that a number of Irish
mbersof Parliamentrefused to obey
t authority of the Speaker, and had
be forcibly removed by a squad of
Sicemen. Whereupon the Herald re-
ks that: *
"The rumpus may be taken as
oofs that the Irish factions are even
Sore thoroughly united than was sup-
p edl, and are starting out to follow
t e tactics laid down by their greal
I rlamentary leader, Parnell.'
'Here is the elastic yardstick ap-
ed respectively to the Irishman and
t woman. The Herald does not pro
Sp e to disfranchise all Irishmen.
* "That verydaythe Herald chronicle<
a assault committed by Senator J. H
L iger, of Montana, upon A. B. Keith
'Last night the men met in th<
1 1by of the Senate chamber at th(
c -e of" the :extra begsion. Geiger
Sr shed at Keith, who struck him -a
Sh avy blow on the forehead with i
* aded cane. The Senator was stunned
E fore he recovered Keith had walked
Saray. Snattor Geiger is, nw searchinA
Sf r. Keith with a revolver, having
r t reatened to kill him on sight A
s ooting affair is regarded as certain
r Ven they meet'
ut the editor-does not suggest th
d franchisement of all the men o
r,r ,ano. even ofthe Montan
I s or. Again the elastic yardstick.
f ive days -be-fore 'a fierce fAstic
s Uht' was chronicled between the Gei
sun and ech deputies in the Au
e (tall Ger'*- and Cseeha s.oul
a fever be d is naemsed.
t ."Mrs. Nation enforces Kansai la
s b smashing illegal saloons. She
* cited as an awful eample of womene
'- i polities.' But no one' has propose
. t disfranehise the illegal liquor dea
e era, or maty oicilal who refui
* to enforam ,* -'s of Kansas."
Fred. N. Varn, plaintiff in error vs
Asa D.Alderman, defendant in error
Where a county court is organized ii
a county ap authorized byl thfonsti
tution, such court has juridicM ojn
suit in tqt county t, r1c6) ip4
written obligation for the paynt 0
money, where the demandinvilred4pe
not exceed $500, and the Circaut Cotr
of that county has no jurisdiction t
etertain original jurisqictlon of thai
sait so long as the county court exist
in that county, ven9 though the cause
of action sued ulon accrued prior toth
organization of the county court.
Jefferson Varn. for plaintiff in error
J. L. Albritton, for defendant in erroz
A. T. Stubbs, plaintiff in error, vs. The
Franklin County Lumber Co., a cor-
poration under the. laws of the State
of Florida defendant in error.-
The authority conferred by section
1,035, Rev. Stats., upon clerks of the
Circuit Courts to enter final judgments
upon defaults confines them .to the
entry of euch final judgments in suits
for money founded -upon contracts
written or verbal, and such clerks have
no power to enter judgment upon a
declaration or a count in a declaration
Fred. T. Myers, for plaintiff in error.
no appearance for defendant in error.
W. B. Bonaker, L. B. Boyd, T. J. Minor,
D. C. Lancaster and T. L. Hughes, con-
stituting the Board of County (Om-
miasioners in and for Polk county,
Plaintiff in error, vs. the State, of
Florida ex rel. Samuel P. McFarlane,
relator, defendant in error.-Polk
Carter, J. .
1.Whenever the Local Option Article
of the Constitution has been put in
force or active operation in a county
iby virtue of an election duly called
and held, so long as it remains in force
no license to sell intoricating liquors,
wines or beer in that county can be
granted; and the county eominpstioners
of that county possess no power while
that article remains in force to grant
a permit to any person which will en-
AOI-I 8H "TREATING."
"Last week we referred to the dis-
pnsMary law now in force in South Car-
olina as a good thing for this State, if
it -ccompll hed nothing more than the
destruction ofthe i-femone "treat-
ng" system. Thepapers, many of
them, had not reached their destina-
tion before the necessity for stringent
uieasures for the abatement of the.
system was emphasized in a ghastly
On the main business thoroughfare,
right in the heart of the busiest part
of the city, almost under the portico of
the St. James Hotel, a man was shot
and almost instantly killed by an ac-
qitaintance of a day, for no other rea-
son, it seems, than that he desired to
terminate a day of conviviality com-
menced over the bar, against the will
of the party being treated.
- The whole story is too horrible to
dwell upon, but it is more forceful
,argument than anything we could
,say that the treating system is ten-fold
more pernicious than all the other
evils connected with the whisky traffic.
And this is only one instance of hun-
A --a o 6 --- A -
Mary A. Simmons, plaintiff in error, N
vs. T. Harper Bevill, defendant in SF O E' y .
error.-Alachua county. -
Appellate practice-Where service is T B
made of void writ of scire facias ad SW HERB
audiendum errors, and the defend-
^^'"*l LIVER REGULAT II
ant in error does not appear, writ of
Where a scire facias ad an-
diendum errors is made return-
able to a day and term of Blo.es Conspation, eartburn, Indigestion, Headache, d
the appellate court that had already gnts recent fro a Disordered Liver, such as
passed at the date of the issuance of Appette, Desyo, Blues, Weakness, Tired Feeling
such writ, and the defendant in error I n c vity of the Mind.
and vity of the Mind.
served therewith has not subjected p B d
himself to the jurisdiction of the appel- It stimulate nd purifies the1
late court by any manner of appear-
ance, such writ, and the service there-
of, are nullities, and do not give to thee
appellate court jurisdiction over the 9y L
person of such defendant in error, and Cures ore or Inflaned E Granulated Eye Lids, and is sot0 g N
the writ of error will be dismissed. tre ning to Weak Eyes.
W rit of error dism issued. O ] q (g O 'P ao.
Those. F. King& for plaintiff in error; Sold i on a Gua 9tee- O U e, 0
no appearance for defendant in error. ever pains the eye use it, but is guaranteed to cau
-Part saac ney, plaintiff n er- ore eyes quicker any other remedy ever used.
Ex-Parte Isaac Gainey, plaintiff in er-
ror, vs. The State of Florida, defend- IM A
ant in error. Im ORTANT
Per curiam. rse rs and Stock Dealers
Habeas corpus-Ball. in homicide. To Horse and
Section 9 of the Declaration of all means kep
Rights in the Florida Constitution of f you own mules or h you should by all means keep
1885 provides that "all persons shall j command
be balable bysufficientsureties, except d S hot Colic uI
for capital offences. where the proof W alker s D licCu
is evident or the presumption great." FOR M LES AND HORSES.
Where, in a proceeding by habeas cor- of colic in
pus brought by a party charged with It is guaranteed to re any cas of colic Im be h
murder in the first degree to test his ten minutes. It is the wor great specific for colic. It can to
Headaotcu to eechi-, Ju Tem,
A. D. goo..
The Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf
Railway Company, a corporation un-
der the laws of Florida, appellant, vs.
The State of Florida, appellee-Brad-
1. Section 5, chapter 4,205 laws, ap-
proved June 2, 1893, providing a rem-
edy for enforcing compliance with thbA
requirements of section 1 of that act
authorizes the proceedings for. that
purpose to be instituted and conducted
2. The Legislature under the police
power may in proper cases require rail-:
road companies whose roads cross or
meet each other to construct such
switches, side tracks and connections
as will enable them to transport cars
to and from each other's lines. Such
regulations do not amount to a tak-
ing of the company's property for
which compensation must be provided.
3. In the absence of a showing that,
as applied to a particular case, section
1, chapter 4,205 laws, approved June 2,
1893, is an arbitrary or unreasonable
regulation, the court must assume that
it is reasonable, and consequently a
valid regulation, passed in pursuance
of the police power.
R. H. Liggett, for appellant; W. B.
Young, for appellee.
.'" 2 -
*ered bythe uperviss of registra- The following rule quasi chase from the party aga
tion the several countiUs and their estopaby the election of was awarded all of the right
deputies. eat or remedies e: iseg sought to be enfored
eral counties and their deputies. "A partt can not either in the of writ, and had been amiaW
Judgment reversed. i litlioq or in dealings in occupy the poseseion and e
In- congq1 e t poeltions. Upon rule such rights and privileges by
Eppes Tucker, Geo. P. Raney and election is founded; a man not such purchase, irrespec,
Jno. A. Henderson, for plaintiffs in er- be allowed to approbate and obate. mandatory writ, thus ob
ror; no appearance tof defendant in And w a man has an ele be- adversity of interest between.,t
error. tween several Inco*tnt es of Wties, and leaving no further
action, e will be confined to that issue between them, such writao
J. E. Robeson, plaintiff. in error, vs. which first adopts; the on, if will be dismissed. .i
The First National Bank of Orlando, made th knowledge of the t, Writ of error dismissed.
a corputation, defendant in error.- In i binding; it cannot with- John E. Hartridge, for plaia 1
Orange county. drawn thout due consent: cannot error.
Carter, J.: be withdrawn though it has been
L Equitable pleas flAed in actions acted u n by another by an change County of Duval, plaintiff I1
at law are properly stricken out on of posit n." A. W. Knight, defendant in erro,
motion, where the matters therein al- ( J., dissents on th facts of Duval county.
leged present no equitable defence and the Mabry, J.
are available by pleas at law. reversed. i. The face value, or par
2. Bvidnce examined and found in- W. Owen and R. H. tt, for a bond for the payment of no
sufficient to support the verdict. apellan ; A. W. Cockrell & n, for interest thereon at any ie,~t
Judgment refused. appellee Continued on Eighth Pag
Jones & Jones, for plaintiff in error;inued on EKhth
Beggs & Palmer, for defendant in er- Will Craft, plaintiff in ror, vs. A W dmWafta Dve .
U eoheFoadidaardfefhat quate
ror. The te of Florida, def dant in many *erfl a d e ato V s
-y wonderm dwinoveiks
im- error- Baker county. hut m.e that have a eom --
Simeon Strickland, plaintiff in error vs. Taylor, tl-han t ats terlin gm,--
The Louisville and Nashville Rail- Crina law-Perjury co ted be- 'the very eme o .-
road Company, a corporation, de- fore d jury-Indlctme for. and neter a,.I woa or e
it whbout derinv the
fendant in error.-Walton county. 1. A investigation by a d jury hwe Bitte i "
Per curlam. of ac e that is within its ric-
Appellate practice-Failure to file ab- tion to vestigate and to in for is Thousand of Childrlt
stracts of record-DimissaL. a judic proceeding in a co of jus- are made happy and comfortab e
Where there is a total failure to file tice, a perjury commit before John R. Dickey's Old Rehiabl Eye W
abstracts of the record as provided for them I such an investigan falls r flamation rt a bi andred
by rule 20 of this court, as adopted Sep- within t phase of the e pro- imitation. The genuine is the oy
tember 16, 1895, the writ of error will vided f by section 2,561 of e Flor- preparation, is put up in red caout
be dismissed. ida Re Statutes. and has the name blown in the boft
The writ of error dismissed. 2. Inlan indictment for plrjury it t f 25c. at Wight & Bro.
D. L. McKinnon, for plaintiff in er- is an es ntial allegation that .e party
ror; Daniel Campbell, for defendant in charged iras duly sworn, and hat the
error. oath wag administered to him y some
one aut orized by law to minister
William Mitchell and Anthony Mims, such oa OPE N IN G
plaintiffs in error, vs. The State of Judg ent reversed.
Florida, defendant in error-Duval Leoni as E. Wade, for pI ntUff In
county. error; Villiam B. Lamar, torney- -
Per curiam. General, or the State.
Appellate practice-Failure of plaintiff SPRING nd ST
in error to file briefs-Dismiseal. The Jafsonville Terminal (Cmpany,
When the appellate cpurt reaches a Plaintiff in error, vs. The tate of
* criminal cause in its !regular order Flori& ex rel. W. B. Lam, Attor- M IT4T NE ?
Supon the docket for fin l adjudication ney-Gjneral, et al. etc., defe nts in
* and finds that no briefs have been filed error-4Duval county. i
r by either the plaintiff in error Per curiam. M arch 20, 1901
r or the defendant in rror as pro- Appellate practice- Dism iss where
- vided for by rule 21 of the Supreme all adversity of interests sealed be-
Court, the writ of error will be dis- tween parties.
r missed. Where a writ of error is en by a AISSTW flE A
Writ of error dismissed. party against whom a peremp ry writ *
Geo. U. Walker, for plaintiffs in er- of mandamus has been award and it TALLAHASSEE, F IDA.
ror. is made ito appear satisfacto to the
-apellate court that subsequent to the
Robinson W. Cator, William H. J. Walt- grantinglof such peremptory t the
era, William. H. Pagon, J. McKenney party fof whose benefit such t was
. White, James H. Cator, Franklin P. awarded acquired. by am e pur-
Cator and George Catbr, copartners,
doing business under the firm name
i of Armstrong, Cator.& Company, ap-
- pellants, va. Maurice .Emanuel and
a Adams J. Corbett, as assignee of 0. U -
Maurice imanuel, appellees.-St -' (s
f Jbt's codat. .ONDERFUL
B Appellate practice-Failure to file ab- er 1r
. : Whre thereIs total alure to file U
t a." of .e ord as ."reqie by Nerg i Nervods or Spasmodic Pain '
Srte~ f 16thi, 1a89 rthe adopted Sep- be Coic, Backache, Sprains, Bruises, Lamn
.t ter.mbe 1., 16 .895, the appeal will be Cramp Colic, I e, Dysentery, Stings of Inset,
e (,ni""ed awenings of all Stiff Neck, Soreness, Sore T
Appeal dismissed. d. Stomach or S iknes. In cases of Bad
W. W. Dewhurst, for appellants; A. dk or Pnuemo nia, a nords
; W. Cockrell & Son, for Appellees. I I I I
r i i
E. L. J. Banks, appellant, vs. Emma
Banks, appellee.-Duval county.
The only foundation for an order
for alimony, suit money and counsel
fees pendente lite, is the fact of mar-
riage between the parties, and where,
at a hearing for such order upon bill
filed by the alleged wife there is no
proof of the marriage or living to-
gether as husband and wife except the
allegations of the unsworn bill of com-
plaint, while the defendant by affidavit
specifically denies under oath that he
was ever married to the complainant
and that he ever lived with her xas his
wife, the court is not justified in mak-
ing any order for alimony, suit money
and counsel fees pendente lite, or for
the appointment of a master to. ascer-
tain and report sums of money to be
allowed for those purposes, with powel
to take testimony in the premises.
Walker & L'Engle, for appellant;
Thos. A. Ledwith, for appellee.
At this season the housekeeper must look
specially after the baking powder.
As she cannot make good cake with bad eggs,
no more can she make take that. is light, delicious
and dainty with inferior baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the
preparation of the finest food. It imparts that
peculiar lightness, sweetness and flavor noticed in
the finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
which expert bakers say is unobtainable by the
use of any other leavening agent.
The "Royl Baker and Pastry
Cook "-cont aiau ova 80 most
practical UmW vahimWe cooking re-
potal card with your full address.
There are cheap bakltg powders,
made frm aum t ae
bann jare t
add adaagerous em tofood.
. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
*. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor left last
Dentist. Dr. K. A. Shine.
A. L. Shepherd and wife, of
spent a few days here the past
N. C. Holliter and family of
Dakota paseed through here last
bound for Panacea Springs.
na tor the Clear Skin, the Bright
the Alert Gat and Sound Health,
M.. A. mons Liver Medicine.
Oilman J. Winthrop left early
ek for Sewasuwri, 'ann, where
Sresumme his t '- at the Uni-
of the South.
M. Lud and Mr. A. P. Beckett.
hicola, were here on Friday.
W. H. Mabry. of the Methodist
1 Church visited Bermi"nuibm,
hed cheeks, trobbing temples,
a. lassitude, lest appetite, sallow
xion, pimples. blotches, are warn
Take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Dr. Carur went up to Chatta-
thn week and will then go as far
Greenville before returning
is building a great many
etoums in various parts
city. They are all neat ad com-
Sottages and will add much to
if te town.
m tenhi feeble dige vi
coland of &twheor lees tevere-
S results, wSen food is taken
is at. all difficult to diget.
e's aeam Vermifuae aot as a gen-
and permanent tonio. Price, 25
SWight & Bro.
IdB't help getting a cold never
it; but carrying home a battle of
Bod Hebound Syrup, and using it
otedq will cure the worst kind of
or cold. Price, 38 and 50 oents.
r. Bobert Gamble, of ornom. sville.
was intown again this week on a
ed baineus trip.
mg the prominent railroad men
Scivt Tuesday of this week having
before the RailroadCommis-
were pt. D. B. Maxwell, perO -
t of thebord Air Line, Mr.
the Atlantic, Valdosta A Waycrom
Iway, Mr. James Mangles, General
CWB Agent of the Plant System, and
Car Service Amaociatioan
metipation of the bowels mar be
ycured by a fewdosesof Dr. M.A.
moam Liver Medicine.
r. J. W. Coks of this city, who hbas
Switch the Covington Company at
ville, has taken the road as
mier for the Covingtone.
i. W. N. Camp, of Albion, one of
largest p pate miners in Florida,
at the Cpial yesterday.
B Parmlee and children and MSM
l Wiliams after spending a very
ale week a t -Ps Springs re-
led home On Monday.
e best that money can buy should
our a&m in choosing a medicine, and
0 is Hood's Sarsaarldla. It sur
r. W. A. Papy, thestreet contractor,
utioa graded pank platform at
Where the Tanka...eea and
join. ,This wil be an im-
poietthat wll pevent&a good
L Jan T. Parkens, the efficient
kof esrs. Levy Bros., wilsoon
aomeforbhimself on the lothe
rmchased from Mr. Glover
, between Messa. Cheusey and
. .. .
Mr. Ormond Chaires was in the city
Dr. W. X. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
Mrs. Arvah Hopkins and children,
will return to St. Marks this week.
Mr. D. -aclachlan returned Sunday
to his home in South Carolina.
Mr. Jas. A. Bull visited Thomasville
during the past week.
Pneumonia follows La grippe, but
never follows the use of Foley s Honey
and Tar, the great throat ang lung rem-
edy. Take no substitute. Wight & Bro.
Miss Seeley and Mrs. Harris, of Ro-
chester. New York. are guests of Mrs.
R. H. GaCmble.
Mr. and Mrs. Minary and their son A.
D. Minary are recent arrivals at the
Mrs. Wallace and Miss Viola Wallacc,
of Silver Spriniga, r. visiting in this
"I had a running sore on my leg for
even years," writes Mrs. Jas. Forest, of
Ohippewa Falls, Wis., "and spent hun-
dreds of dollars in trying toget it bealed.
rwo boxes, of. Ban9er Salve entirely
onurI it." No other salve so healing..
Wight and B .-
Mr. Ben Buiud paid us a hured visit
this week. ie is moving back from
Theoas City to Lloyds, where he will
open up a new stock of goods.
Mre. JJ. 4ener,.:.superintendent of
the Gas and el py. wo went
to Phiradflph'I oa b e l week,a
return.,oop ua4uday. last.. ,....-.
Many a anamn has been insured against
Brights d i .abetes,. or other dan-
geruus ailment by a fisty cent. bottle of
Foley's Kidney Cure. Wight & Bro.
Mrs. Alice Walker, of Valdosta, Ga.,
visited her old home being the guest of
Mra. T. H. KRnIdolph.
Mr. E. B. O'Neal and Miss Cora
O'Neal, of Bainbr die, and Miss Grace
Hammond, of Thomasville, were here
Thursday, ,m route to Apalachicola.
Mrs. P. N. Cramer and Miss Cramer,
of New York. were here during the past
week on their way to Carrabelle, where
they will reside in the future.
For allpulmonary troubles Ballard's
Horehound Syrup, taken in the early
stages, proves certain and sure specific.
It is' equally effective in croup and
whooping cough, and if toed in season
prevents the further development of
consumption. Price, 25 and 50 cent.
Wight & Bro.
The pastor of the Presbyterian church
will be absent on next Sabbath, March
81st, and there will be no services at
that church In consequence.
Governor Jennings, Mrs. Jennings and
Mster Bryan have returned from Mi-
ami, where they were the guest of the
Florida Press A-ri*ouinn
t Odlms tie Globe.
The fame of Buckle's Arnica Salve,
as the best, in the world, exztnds round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of cute, corns, buns, brueds, sores.,
scalds, bole, ulcers, felo acs
and all skin erpt Only infallible
pe oure. 25c a box at all drugg.
Mr. W. A. Garter, B. T. Richard, D.
E. Freeman and F. C. Bowyer, promi-
nent members of the Tamper bar, was
in the city Monday and Tuesday having
Inworfut businee before the B. RB.
This famous remedy should be in
Tw hnmaht in time. saves buvula reme-
Hon. T. L. Clark, of Monticello, one of*
Jefferson's reprewenttves in the Legis-1
lature, was on a business trip to theCap-
ital during the past week.
Beware of Green Fruit.-Now in the
heated term people should pay attention
to tneir diet, avoiding unripe fruit and
sta vegetables which invariably bring
on cramps, cholera Mobus, or diarrhea.
Children are particularly subject to
co.plOnafn of this kind, and no mother
can feel safe without having a bottle of
Pain-Killer. It safe, sure and speedy
cure. Avoid substlitutes, there u but-
one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25o.
The T. L A. will hold their annual
election of offle*s for the enmuing year
this afternoon. It is hoped that the
present very efficient president will conam
sent to contmee as the leader for an-
The street committee of the council
will at the next meting of that body,
recommend that an experienced civil
engineer be employed by the city to ad-
vise the committee as to the best manner
of working the streets. This is a move
in the right direction and will very
likely be the means of our getting better
retarai for the money a t on the
streets. With street so y amid so
liable to wash every time it rains, the
advice of an epeerced engineer is
very neoeenry. The committee will
recopmend thas Mr. Bushnell be se-
leeted for the position, and certainly it
will be a wise WseletOn
Now is the time to plant.-Too
late for cold weather-Just
after the rain.
Mrs. S. A. Marcus and son returned
Sunday from a. visit to Atlanta.
The curative properties, strength and
effect of Dr. I. A. Himn.w. Liver Med-
icine are always the same. It can not
Mr. J. W. Campbell, sheriff of Walton
county, was in the city yesterday a-
tnding to business at the Captal
Mr. W. L Wight, of the fir-of
Wight Bros., left yesterday for Mari-
an but will return home today.
Mrs E. Smith, View, Ga., writes:
Have meed Dr. M. A. immnvmu Liver
Medicine for years fith better results
than I received from any other medicine
for dyepsia and lmoss of appetite. Itis.
milder and does its work better than
Black Draught and Zeilin's I used.
The rainfall here l Saturday was
225 inches and 1.36 on Sunday, making
a prl.pitation of 8.60 inches for the two
Mr. C. M. Patton, formerly with H.
D. Hartt, has gone on the road as drum-
mer for a Chicago home.
Headache often results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and coo-
tipation of the bowels. A dose or two
of Ceuberpi*p'a Stomach and Liver
Tablets will correct these disorders and
cure the bea-che, Sold by Wight &
Mr. Lewis W. Zim, editor of the Datil
Pepper, at Evaville, after attending the
State Press Association meeting, is back
in the city.
No one knows the unbearable torture
one undergoes from piles unless they are
so afflicted. Tablet's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment is a quick, safe and painless cure.
Price. 50 cents ih bottles. Tubes, 7.5
cents. Wight & Bro.
Col. Fred Robertson has returned from
his pleasure trip to Miami, where he at-
tended the meeting of the Florida Press
Association last week. The Colonel says
he bad a fine time, and could not have
been more hospitably treated anywhere.
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 troubles. All
Mr. John Demilly, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Whiting, two of our winter
visitors from Bridgeport, Conn., sent
down to New Port yesterday on a short
Our winter visitors should not miss
going on a picnic to Wakulla Springs.
it is a trip full of interest, and is well
worth the drive to see. These pleasant
spring days are simply ideal for such an
An Honest Medicine for I frippe.
George W. Waitt, of South Gardiner,
Me., sa)s: "I have had the worst cough,
cold, chills and gripmnd have taken lots
of trash of no account but profit to the
vendor. Chamberlain'. 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 hve all let
me. I congratulate the nm,,ufrcturers
of and honest medicine.- For sale by
Wight & Bro. andaliomedicine dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ginsberg went on aashort
visit to Apalachicola thes w. ek.
The weather clerk a doinbetter tlii
week. Keep it up for the next two
months for the eyes of all Flda will be
turned on Talaaumtee duri that tise.
u 3. ah1, the and pubise0r
rays t.Mt noe dose of Bean'suey a1d
Tar restored bin voice wbeuelaraeshn
t'weateed to pwent hisleture atGe
tral Music Ha, Chicago. Nothing else
as good. Wight & Bro.
Mr. W. B. Schrader, of he Cohen To
bacc Company, in Decatur county, Ga.,
was in the city yesterday.
Hon..Robert H. M. Davidson, of Quin-.
cy, a member of the Legilature from
Gadaden county, was in the city on baus-
iness last week.
Comfort for the Feet.
Corns, buanions, ingrowig and club
nails, febid oder and disordered feet coro
recited without pain. Da. RoOT. E.
WIr.wAS, Surgeon Chiropodist, Mas-
(t yoe q saaythibnm the Cake
lia'eJalry notice, at T. T Byrdk
Cotton Seed Meal
per eMk at c Lkes BBs.
DBoi .-Finrt elam board can be ob-
ti *rn;M ly" at Mrs. Qreenhow's,
on an treet. 47-4m
0o'_ CouA gk yrup.
C sGo eke. Guaranteed by
W t < a Bro.
Two good horses at Kempeu stbl.
Apply to B.IL J. BAmi x.
A ;batiUful line of Hamb"rg and
Law* Embroideries, also aces at, Ball
Bua your Seeds of the Tallahaee
e icte. Yoar Boweds With Cawaets
CaGdy Cathartic, cure coaFtipaumo.
forevw. 10,. 25c. If C.C. C. ail,
druggists refund money.
U Proof, May Seed Oats, for sale
by L:C. Yaeger.
O Bakdery Goods are up to date.
Uall ad see the good things Cturned out
ever day at T. B. Byrd's.
V. F. Balkcom
Strikes a Rich RInd.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nerois de-
, writes F. J.Green, of Lancaster,
N. "', "No remedy helped me until I
began usint Electric Bitters, which did
me good than all the medicines I
ever used. They have also kept my wife
in e ent health for years. She says
Electric Bitters are just splendid for fe-
male troubles; that they are a grand
tonic and invixorator for weak, run
down women. No other medicine can
take its place in our family." Try them.
Only SOc. Satisfaction guaranteed by
A well known critic declares the new
farce "Brown's in Town," which comes
to the Opera Htuee, Thursday, April 4,
to be the best in many years. The act-
ing is sadd to be uncommonly good, and
those familiar with the standing of
players can see that the company is a
capable one. The substitution of a
colored maid for the Idnventional Irish
or German maid and t"e omission of a
mother-in-law and an old maid and two
big novelties not usually seen in farce.
Mrs. T. Costa was called to Apalachi-
cola last week where her brother, James
,B. Austin is ill.
The Tallahassee tailoring Co.
Wil ma ap suots to o4 from twelve
(.12) o and upw i rd. Pants at
a$&7 d ward, wooing to the cost
of mata 'Cleaning nd repairing at
reasoMblerkt. Apr sng club wil
be organized for the nfit of those
who wish. to join Shp at St. James
S J. MKia GeWral Manager
" ,- : "- -.-
TO THE DBsaJ.-A noIc lady, cured of
her Deans an Noiei the Head by
Dr. Niaolmson'a Arifl Ear Drums,
gave $14,000 to his I t sitwo tha deaf
people uname to pm te Ear Druma
may have them free. rNo. 1174,
The Institute, i8 0 ghu Avenue, New
Finest Cigars in Tallahassee, at T. B.
Byrd's, try them.
Seed corn and seeds of all kinds i
Wight & Bro.'s.
To Cmre Coastlpattm Forever.
Take Casoaretm CandyCathartic. 1
or25c. IfC.C. C.falt o cure, drm
gts refund money.
Up-to-date static at Wight
Usually a racking and a general
feeling of weak F y's Honey and
Tar is guaranteed to c4e the grippee
ough and make yon and we
Take no substituteo. WptBro.
Ate^^^- M r w
"The Cheap Supp Grocery"
icks, Cotton, Wheat.
lody desring to invest or eclate can
**Guide to Investor and Spculators"
I as our Daily Market Letter free of
upon appWi.,tod to
;rge Rkaller *& Co.,
INKERS AND BROKERS,
a of New York Cons. Stock Exchange.
No. 70 Wall Street, New York.
To the Deaf.
ich lady, cured of her deafness and
.in the head by Dr. Nicholson's
Fial Ear Drums, gave $10.oO to his
so that deaf people unable to
re the Ear Drums ma) have them
Addrens No. 1296 The Nicholson
ite, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
mnally's Candies received by
W at Wight & Bro's.
is in Jackson, Leon and Taylor
Mes. Ma. Robert Gamble, agent,
assee, Fla. 43-tf.
Dr. Ford's Dyspepticide
the noxious germs of dyspepsia
he system, absolutely cures the
Sand causes the stomach to 'urnish
y blood for tissue and nerve build-
r. Ford's Dysepticide thus dif-
other remedies. Wight &
I am sfAlling the famous
Queen Quality Shoes
Oxford Ties $2.50
The best line ever offered here at
these prices; also keeps a full line ot
Men's Han Shoes and other good
mases. Please calling.
The undersigned, having
t us Attention Combined
Will be our claim upon the
Careful attention given to w
assumed charge of the Kemper
of his friends and the public*
with Liberal aTmtD
public for patronage.
nter visitors and hunt.
R. J ANNERMAN,
j Real Estate Agency,
STA T.t.A WArM .,S FLORIDA.
0000 acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and W
F in tracts ranging from a quarter ion to fifteen thousand a=r
at prices; rated according to ber, location, etc.
desirable city and suburban Res ences and Building Lots in as
Tallahandee, the most picturesque d attractively located city in te
with bright prospects of improved es conditions. i
so improved Parms in Leon and ining counties, suitable for eol
tiva Stock Raising and Dairying.
of the most desirable of thi n is a tract of 800 acre of the
finest rmg Land in Leon County, th garden spot of Middle Floia1
and health, .fertility and scenery naurpased by any section in
the th Especial attention i called this tract which will be msold at
farther particulars call on or add- with stamp the mder e
W. W. McGRIFF
j Tallahaean e
kdeztakeo: ouzal Di0otoz
TAT.T AS us
rezt door to Gilmore & Davis Co, Wight Bros. Drug Store.
lot and varied as.
sortment at wholesale and
T. B. Rice, a promi
Greenboro, Ga., writes
"I have handled Dr.
tive for eight years, a
known of a single 'in
failed to give perfect sa
ties who once ure it al
manent customers. We
article than all the oth
soothing syrups and,
bined." For teething cl
Plows and Plow Gear
Cake Ornaments of n
signs at T. B. Byrd's.
Seed Oats at Yaeger's
Desirable City and Su
for salp. Apply to F. C.
more & Davis Co.'s Stm
Plows and. Plow Gear
Fresh stock bet
Seed, at Wight & By
All kinds Agricultura
,ent druggist of
d have never
ance where it
rys make per-
ell more of this
ic drops com-
ildren it has no
Gilmore, at Gil-
Pfg1AAY1, MARCH 28, 1901.
; THZ WRITING OF KUNO.
Nor a long time after this neither of
U spoke, for we feared that some one
Might be listening, and pride-forbade a
dIsplay either of fear or of regret We
hald staked, and we had lost, and now
the end was come. But deeply morti-
fybng was the thought that we had
walked so easily into the trap. Before
detUng out we had duly calculated the
Sbances of success and defeat, and
p mv with the latter staring us full in
re face we had hoped to go under
ghting. But to be cooped, chained in
his manner, with no ultimate hope of
emeape or fight, plunged us into the ut-
miot depths of despondency. It was
our own fault. Well, does that knowl-
adge make misfortune any easier to
With a refinement of cruelty thor-
oughy Chinese we were so triced up
hat It was Impossible to move the
Jaad either way for more than a foot
or two without experiencing a bite
Mexm the sharp teeth of the collar. To
alt down, to kneel,- to rest ever so
lightly, was utterly out of the ques-
tho. and, what is more. I knew that it
amy strength failed me and I fainted 6r
otherwise sank exhausted I should suf-
fer a most horrible death from stran-
What was the Intention of our ene-
mies of course we knew not, but after
enduring for some hours the agony of
This Imost trying position two men en-
for Jima unfastened his chain and led
hiziu aw-ay by the collar as one would
3ca.1 a dog.
"1 don't know what this means, lad,"
he said, "but if it's the end, goodby.
You forgive me?"
*There is nothing to forgive."
"Much-much," he muttered broken-
ly. And then as they dragged him
through the door I heard him gasp a
last "God bless you."
Then I was alone once more with my
thoughts, and the 'gloom seemed to
lave taken to itself a gloomier hue,
while the awful stillness grew more
profound. The presence of Jim, even
though I could not see him, had some-
thing of tlpe nature of consolation. I
could speak, I could hear him speak,
and, though the little we had to say
was full of the sadness of death, it was
good to hear the sound of a voice I
For a full hour or more they left me
thus alone, and gradually my brain
was beginning to wander, my limbs to
refuse the task allotted them of sup-
porting me. Visions of strangulation
and the sharp cutting of iron teeth into
soft flesh began -to haunt me, when of
a sudden the same two coolies who
had dragged Jim off entered the cham-
ber. Without speaking to me or to
each other one of the men cut the
bonds which held my arms, while the
other loosened the collar chain, thus
allowing me to collapse upon the floor.
Then they placed water and food with-
in my reach and without a word de-.
parted as silently as they had come.
For the first few minutes a joyous
stupefaction was mine. for I had fully
believed that the intention of Kung
was to have me stand there until my
legs absolutely refused longer to fulfill
their functions, when strangulation
.would of necessity ensue. But this
A THRILLING STORY
OF THE BOXERS
SBY CALTONm DAWI E
Copyt, 1 90.
By Paul R. Reynolds.
ed now. It was out to prolofhg the tor-
Once the circulation had returned to
my arms, the process of which was in
Itself acute agony, 1, having carefully
marked In my mind the exact position
of the food and water, stretched out
my hand to them, and, though I knew
not if either was poisoned, I cared but
little. It so, an end would be made of
me once and for alL But this was not
Kupg's way. The water was pure, the
food palatable, and, having eaten and
drunk, I felt inconceivably refreshed.
What happened then I know not
but, wearied out, I must have fallen
asleep, and for aught I know I may
have slept for hours. However, out
of that sleep I was suddenly awakened
by the sound of a gong, and when I
looked up I was astonished to see the
chamber'in a flood of light and the thin
lipped Kung seated in his chair of au
thority, supported by the diabolica
Koon-Si and two other men.
Presently the door opened through
which I had last seen them drag my
uncle, and. to my inexpressible relief
I saw him led in once more. He was
horribly pale and emaciated, his blue
eyes shining with a mad sort of light
STATE Or OHI CrrY oi ToLzDO,
UCAS COUNTY. .
FRANK J. CHBNuY makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J
CBENEY & Co., doing busineesin the City
of Toledo, County and State* aforesaid
and that said firm will pay the sum o
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eicb
and every case of Catarrh that cannot b
cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed ii
my presence. this 6th day of December
A. D. 1886.
[MAL] A. W. GLEASON,
Ls .J Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken imernally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send fo
F. J. C4BENY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
but" when he saw me a glad look
brightened his face. However, he did
not speak, and 1 had nothing to say
save such as would cause Kung in
finite satisfaction. But we understood
each other, Jim and I. We were still
He was quickly triced up to his old
position against the wall. and then al
most immediately after there entered
through the same door a man bearing
a burning brazier. This he deposit
between Kung and me and turned th
irons with a malicious movement
stared at the glowing coals spellbound
horrified. Was the wretch going t
torture us? I looked at him, and h
smiled. Without a doubt he read m:
Then a long and painful silqn6 fto
lowed, broken only by an occasion
low.crackle of the fire. As I have said
the horror of these men was intensified
by the extraordinary silence they in
variably maintained and by the se
crecy of their movements. But press
ently Kung spoke.
"I presume you have seen the wri
ing of Kung?" he said.
Seen It! Heaven, but it had corn
between me and my sleep for man
years! Now I was to feel it upon m
"It is written In many ways," h
continued suavely, '"though we always
use the one design-that of our illu
trious society, of which I am the u
worthy chief. If you have not seen i
you shall-and feel it too. It is
mark we sometimes place upon the dl
obedient, but oftener upon the enem
It is a very interesting operation.
promise that you shall take part in it
He smiled again; he always smile
with an easiness which in some i
definable way proclaimed power. TI
man knew what he could do and seei
Neither Jim nor I answered, and
our obstinacy he smiled more dark
still, while at the same time the cc
ners of his mouth curled with unmi
"Mr. Carter and Mr. Gray," he sal
"your names are strange to me, b
awfulcries. But Kung was adamant. to rise between me and, this man
Those about his chair looked on with through which I vainly strove to see. I For 20 ar os LH a W
L calm, impassive faces. "Behold our visitors," said Kung. C .o1ZAX 33t za
S "He did nothing," cried Jim. "Why "As I have said, I know not their ,Prepured
d should you torture the poor fellow?" names, but perhaps my brother has
3 "It is our pleasure," answered Kung. met them before?"
"I want you to see how the society The stranger came close to me and QA
e punishes the disobedient From that peered into my face, and I drew back
you may Imagine the treatment it with a shudder. It was 6he yellow
metes out to those who would encom- man with the strange eyes, Wooching. N i
pass its destruction." "You see," said he, turning to Kung /
With that the man with the iron ap- and speaking in English, *he recog- T h
e proached the unhappy Yon, and though nizes me. Well met, Mr. Ki gston." 1 ,a
y I closed my eyes I could not shut out "Kingston?" cried Kung, btunding to ....
y the horrid yell that followed the appli- his feet of u Pu m
e cation of the brand nor the subsequent "Aye, Mr Davie Kingston, son of $
e smell of burning flesh. When I looked captain Kingston, who sailed away all t e
Is again. Ah Yon was lying apparently with the writing of Kung. fhis other U J -l
quite dead upon the floor with a fright- is his uncle, Mr. Davie. This is an un- Peo le
ful scar upon his breast. ex tedlesue, entleen. Be- |
a "We have oun ly singed him thintime ve me, after the adroit manner in Suff r pURES
SSaid K .If he offends again, our h ououtwitted me in London l
writing shall burn deeper here," and no hopes of meeting you btheson II
y. he tapped his forehead with his long rano ho C oghLf At a late period, if t 1s -.a UW S
With that he waved to the men, one you have time, I should like you to tell rDi
SWith that he waved to the men. one how you did it, for, believe me, 3 DLi .a .A
Sof whom seized the wretched victim b your getting away was a severe blow *
n- his legs and dragged him from the to our prestige. We believe that we L Ve ,
In- chamber. need only play with you until we wish- |
CHAPTER XXVIIL ed to strike. In your England one has
at woocmGo. to be extremely circumspect. Here it
ly After this horrible experience we .-- ----
)tr were left in peace for some considera-
is* ble time, or at least I was, for Jim had
been removed to a separate cell and I
Id, knew not how our captors were treat-
from A ltrlp by the ate-m41p1 a I Laze il3 ,xlce =ponied by
dtok yor re ncat e was broken only by the daily vit e
Hongkong hotel From there you of my jailer. who brought me food
ought to ng d one Koon-, athe worthy and water with unfailing regularity. t o th skin,
carpenter ho crossed one ur path and isworthy but who never uttered a word. In- copper
canomore. But being uableth and isver deed. even If I could have spoken Chi- .p. Loc
n me. Butbwen n.e o _. nese. I should have been just as unhap- McM
his whereabouts, which might puzzle ...cr. adboeth m wo the3d is 1i
much wiser men, yon called in th aid pay trcumstanmed., for tue man wno h heado far o_-
of one Ah Yon, who quickly unearthed waited upon e. unfortunate wreteh, .yf wn the blood is
the illustrious Koon-Si. Strange, is it was tongueless. promptly ad effectuay of this
not? And yet not strange. Ah Yon. It being quite impossible fo me. sit- lent de ct poison.
like Koon-Sl, is a member of this so uated as I was. to tell night from day, S. S. S. is the only safe d infallible
clety, and you rendered it com ti I reckoned, having no other way of cure for this disease, the y antidote
lv easy for the one to play in th reckoning, that my jailer -paid me a for this specific poison. t cures the
bandy of the other Whte you y to th morning visit, and in this way I kept worst cases thoroughly and ently.
ht hen you set o count of the time for sIome three or --- C-- .-N nb fall of
to match yourselves against me, you count of the time for soe three or 1 Cn -. M r Be Boo
were not thoroughly equipped for the fourweeks. Then my figures got mud- I tried
eenout ter.uiped or th died, and in the end I abandoned my IMldoctors, but
For the first time I was almost con- endeavors. With the spirit low, the did me o ; I as wo tt s l the
time my came out e a in MT
sumed with rage as I thought how eas- physical frame exhausted ad hope thmouth my bodywas co
Ily we had been trapped. Of course gone, what was there for me but to with copper colo lotches ad cifensive
S u sink Into nothingess.and ass awa? os I suffered severe from r tic ain
Ah Yon was worthy to rank with the sink into nothingness ad pass away in my shoulders and arms. My could
rest of his detestable race, but we had And feeling thus I gradually fell into aveheenorwr;onls thonl se dasIwm
lked hm and had treated hm w such a comatose state that even Kung understand my esunf. I had about
liked him and had treated him with a lost all hope of ever being again a
the utmost kindness and consideration, and his intentions no longer plague I decided to try s.
the utmost kindness and consideration, me. It mattered nothing what came. little faith left in any
Indeed I had almost grown to fancy me It mattered what little faith et in any --
Indeed I had almost grown to fancy Only if he did not move soon I knew medicine. After taking
that be in turn had conceived some- nthe third bottle I noticed
thing more than a passing Interest in thathe would come too late. a change in my condi-
us. Oh. these yellow men, they were Then after long waiting, another o ng,s asnd I ete r-
horrible beyond all imagining manscene was enacted in the drane to gave S. S. S. a
"orbYo b," contain Kng, One day, long, long after the punish- thorough trial. From
"AhYon,"naluaontinuedKung, "has ment of Ali Yon, the lights flashed that wti a ontheimprove-
been, au innfvlunabeai ht hog enlina- once more in my cell. men ran to and seemed to have the dis. /
Sf ease completely under
tion, but unfortunately he has feelings. fro, and, to my joy and amazement !ntrol the sores and
Those feelings have at last brought Jim was prEsently led in. He was still ulcers Haled and I was u
Shim under my displeasure. Weakness- oon fre 'from all sigs
es of this description must be check- upright and carried his head as a man of the disorder; I have
e who is ready to face any fate, but he beentrp and healthy ever
Sed." wa very thin and haggard, and In I. W. SM'r Lock Box 6 I
He nodded, and some one ran to the was very l and haggard, and inistheonly y
Snd ed, and e ton spite of his bearing there was the table blo
door and called, and presently Yon en- weariness of death in his face. known. x,Ioo is
t tered between two guards, a prisoner He stood stock still as he saw me noeed for3 that
f like ourselves. His arms were bound, and then took a step forward, peering it contains of
t his dress disarranged, and his face, es- closely. pooson.
L specially when he saw the brazier in "It's Davl?" he gasped. fe book on
I the middle'of the floor, took unto itself Y es." contains valuable o a
a look of the most abject terror. this diase, with full difor self
; "This man," said Kung, "worked *hank God' t2rt_ ,We charge notlifer ~e
2 well to begin with, but he was not He said no more, and really there cal dv ; cure youralf t Bue.
F proof against kindness, and it is our was nothing more to be said. Know- THE FT SPECIF CO, TruitTA. AL
t Intention to eradicate such a contempt- i -
I bible weakness. Gratitude is a com- Indigestive poisons are the bane of the :s diftereuL. ; .was gio;u you ru
mendable quality and one with which dyspeptic's life. When:sick. see If your come. for it relieves me of a reat anx-
L we are much in sympathy, but we hold f so tak causedby indigettve lety, a I shall now be able devote
3 that loyalty to the cause is the first Thifisthe oSyhcera wi y o bei myself to the pursalt of Gen-
principle of existence. This man has permanently cured, because it is the tlemen, I give you welcome t hina."
l not been loyal, and so he must be pun- only way of being permanently cured, I could only look at him th burn-
lahed." but it is the only way that gets rid of in, wo during eyes, my bra with a
"In what has he offended?" asked the poisons. You know that fermented confused motion hurriedly tracing
V JIm. food is poisonous. You k4ow that poison the past, but Jim spoke, despite
S "We believe it is through no fault of unhealthy. oha fker ti Cordia the treatment to which he d been
8 his that you have been enabled to clears the stomach of frmening foodnsubjected his voice was clear d rm.
e make our acquaintance under these digestive posons It cures indigestion "Why do you talk'" he sa "We
L most auspicious circumstances. It is an.l the diseases that come of it. Head- recognize that the game is p. We
through no fault of his that the illustri- ache, dizainem, hausea, stomach-ache, played e tool and must pa for our
ous Koon-81 was enabled to carry out weakness, .flatulence, constipation, loss folly. e were not afraid come
our wishes. It is believed that on of appetitite, irratabilty, etc. These are hither. e are not afraid to hence."
e more thax one occasion he sought to a few of the symptoms,aused by mdi- "Bray ly spoken," answe Woo-
warn you. That is a crime tor which festive poisoms ced byDShaker Uiges- ching. it Is inexpressibly plisng to
Y he must be punished. We do not usu- At diruiistr price 101 cents to 1.00 know th t our guests are me f such
ally view with indifference the pres- per bottle. I undaunt courage. I would I d met
o ence of a traitor in the camp." you earli r."
e Then he spoke to Ah Yon In Chinese. ing him as I did and tle occasional "It is ot my fault," said m. "I
His face changed from suave amiabil- cynic frame of his minq, I was sure have sea-hbed long enough for ou, but
ity to that of intense malevolence, anm! the thought would obtrule itself, Was your co age was only equal o mur-
n he harangued the unhappy Yon with a there so much to thank Ood for? The during w men and old men."
r, vehemence which was quite terrific. condemned criminal, as he stands upon Wooch ig smiled. He was t an-
Yon replied in a quavering, pitiful tone, the fatal trapdoor, as he f els the noose try. eWV should he be? Ile Id not
denying his guilt, but the judge was nestling round his throat, might have have hod to succeed so easily
as implacable as death and turned a as much cause to.thank God that lie is "I thin you wront me so what
deaf ear to the appeals for mercy,. not already dead. There is not always and do i1 t rightly consider all he cir-
r With a sign he beckoned to the two hope while there is life. cumstan A. Why are you he ? You
men who had escorted You into the He was triced up as before, while my do not a swer. I will tell y To
chamber, who immediately seized the chain was shortened, thl4 cominlling kill Kun and me. Why? cause.
culprit and flung him forward on his. me to stand'upright, and frr some min- through r agency, your sis tr and
face. The terrified shriek that escaped utes I was filled with conjecture as to her husb d met their death. It' is
k the unhappy man resounded through- what would happen nixt. Kung's very nat L 1 have no fault find.
d out the chamber, chair was vacant, but ready to receive But consi r my case. My fatl r was
y "You shall see now." said the fiend, him, and presently he appeared in comn- betrayed o death, and 1 pursi the
-. turning to us, "how the writing of pany with Koon-Si and another. lIj betrayer. What is natural in e in-
d Kung is made." greeted me with a smile, Which I have stance canot be unnatural in noth-
l Ah Yon still continued to shriek for a dim recollection of retumining with a er." b
mercy, struggling madly the while with stolid stare signifying nothing. IKon- The ca ness of this man, the cm-
Shis captors, but with arms bound he Si grinned as usuaL The other China- ness of th all, was amazing. was
L was entirely in their power, and with man, who wore a rich silk robe, kept very odd think that this indi idual
d but little trouble they turned him on an impassive face. in the silk robe, who condescend to
Shis back. Then, while one pinned his From Kung and the carpenter my argue so plitely with his enem was
g shoulders to the ground, a second knelt glance went to this individual and
Son his legs, while a third withdrew a there rested. For there was something (Con ed on Seventh Page).
! redhot iron from the brazier. At the horribly familiar about hisface, and I
. sight of it- the fatal sign of the so- cudgeled m y brains as I h aid not done < -- T --
o city, for such it was, wrought in iron for weeks. Bat whether my sighthad t O R S _
t -Yon set up a shriller screaming until grown dim or my intelligence dull I
the ghastly chamber rang with his knnw net: this I know. a mist seemed -
In the Circuit Court,
Circuit of Florida, in
JRobert H. Mickler vs.Be -
own right, and L I. .mlti j ^j
rightO h we sitihs
closure of Mortgage i-nhiso
and flied bis affidavit hereinin
hi.belief that. ani it having
pear by said affidavit duly flha .
Complaint that the said df
L. bmith and L. D. h
band. herein, are bo hi
State other than the
and tnat they are both resideti
of Go I, and that the rest,
:L. -mith z %tlanta. Oergial
dence of said L.D. Smith iN,. ;:.i
And that there is no lprou in t
Ida. the *ervicc of a Sub% I. "
would bind said named u1e, f*
said named defendants are eae h
one years of age.
It is therefore ordered that sa.
BesdieIL Smith, and L 1.) th'
do each appear, and each h
required to appear, to the ,ifl ,f
here, at the office of Clerk of
Court House. in the city of Tallil
on Monday. the first da'. of Apf
And that this order be publishkl
four consecutive weeks in t-ie olle
seean. a news- paper published I
Witness Council A. Frvan. l erk o
and the seal of said Courit, this
ruary A. D. )101. "
Cealerk Circuit Court LCO'U oA
State of F orida. iC
County of Leon.
I. Council A. Bryan, Clerk of the
in and for the County aforesaid .ie*
that the above and foregoi19g is a true
copy of the order of lmiliatio in
and of record and oa lile in my foiff
Witness my hand and official
day of February, A. D. Ix)1.
[SEAL] COUNCIL A. yA
1ade Under Section 3S, Chapte-i,
Showing the amount of taxes
Tax Collector of Leon county, M
Collected for the current yega I_*
apportionment of the sum"t _
fundsfor whic h uch taxesha
Total tax for year it incltuo1 t
Am' t collected and paid to Febru.n 8l
ary 12, 1901.................. ebr o
General revenue... $ 7.301 86
Am't collected and
paid to Feb. 12.
1901 .............. 277
Fines, forfeitures... 2, 8 I ,21
Am' t collected and
paid to. Feb. 12,
1901.... ...... 1071. -
Ain't Collected and
paid to Feb. 12,
.1901..... ........ K tn-
County Schools..... ll.3:0; 2 .1
lancluding polls..... 1,:30200
Am't collected and35
paid to Feb. 12.
1901............. 424 55- 192
Attest: CoUN('ILA. ftA1!
Clerk of Circuit Court, Leon Countv.
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TEWMSJ&1LY TATiitIA-MA8Sq1,lAW, !'tujjflO3DAi& NkROH28191
I-THE YELLOW 73AN.
4COPtued from Sixtth Page).
a w m tue smange eyes who
|.walked up our garden path that
Id day at Windsor, who had flled
life with a terror which will al-
p be a part me. Woochin, the
Oeable yellow man, the subject of
many fears, so many dreams. I
m scarcely realize, though standing
e to tace with him, that this polite
le gentleman was the fiend who had
pbght such horror to me and mine.
Was like one confounded, amazed,
I strange as it may seem, his dread.
presence now awakened in me a
lug more of curiosity than of ter-
even though I knew that death
t of his eyes was staring me in the
g Jim did not answer Wooching i
ged to Kung with a smile. And e
Sit was impossible to realize that
mge two men, so quiet, so polite,
i.de-such awful power. The im-
lve Kung, with the thin, curling
the meaning smile. Was it possl-
that this could be the man who
zed a crime in China and had it exe-
ined in a country town in England?
here was no sign of power, nothing to
press one, as It were, and yet bis
was as sure as death Itself.
8J fear our Illustrious guests realims
i force of my argument," said Wooe
. "Well, it is an excellent thing
4tave a good understanding, and I
pe it will enable them to bear philo-
hlcally some of the surprises which
e society has in store for them."
He went back to his position by the
hair, and then Kung rose slowly and
pe to me. For a time he stared me
lIely in the face, as though he would
evour every feature. His little black
yes, at first cold and inscrutable, be-
an to glow, and presently they gleam-
I like fire.
"It is a long time ago." he ,said, "and
cannot trace a feature. Yet you do
It deny that you are the son of Cap-
tI Kingston 7
"I do not deny it."
"You are not wise. A serpent breeds
erpents. and as they are dangerous we
His lips writhed, his eyes gleamed.
rte memory of my father stirred all
hat was black and wicked in this
Ban's natu. lie was no longer the
passive yellow man, but a seething
aidron of wrath which. I feared.
would presently bubble ,ver.
"So." he continued. "you are the son
i that dog, that wretched traitor who
betrayed his friends, that miserable
nature who thought he could pit his
cool's wits against mine? The dog!
But he perished, as all .perish who
wouldd destroy me. Our friendship is
cred, our hate is death. For your
jther's crime I swore that I would ex-
muate his brood, and with you will
the last dog and son of a dog!" and
his long. yellow fingers he struck
fiercely across the eyes and then
t in my face. .
"Fools," he went on. "to think that
culd grapple with me and hope to
win where the emperor himself
lled. Kung, the boat builder, is
-hi' today; tomorrow where?
wherever he goes the sign rallies
faithfull round him. You have seen
twice maybe? You shall see it
and you shall feel It, too. before
j Sew from the chamber, shouting
g In Chinese, and the others
followed him, extinguishing
lights as they went. But Jim this
was left to keep me company, and
had no doubt that the last order of
bIg had been to this effect. What
Ir the meaning of it I could not
m but I was glad of the company
haUghIp It was some consolation to
|tr even the rattle of Jim's chains.
For some time we did not speak at
Under such conditions there was
thing left for us but to deplore our
at, nd as Jim was one not much
given to railing at misfortune we spoke
hat little. We knew that the end was
st far off, and my prayer was for a
seedy death. 1 did not want to die,
it I had grown so accustomed to the
ought of death that insensibly I had
abbed it of some of its terror. What
I teared was the torture, the threat of
King foreshadowing some such horri-
hle fate. I knew something of Chinese
hrtures, and ere I was subjected to
beta I prayed devoutly that God would
ihrike me dead.
For a long time we' were left In
PIeace-perhaps an hour, perhaps three.
I no longer attempted accurately to
ge the time. I only know that I
hd grown very uneasy and that the
tarp teeth of the collar were eating
eer and deeper into my neck. I be-
PSato Imagine all sorts of horrible
,Wen suddenly the door opened
wrenched it from its fastening in the
wall. For though it was no difficult
feat for a free man to accomplish the
chain was so arranged that the person
whom It confined was utterly power-
less to loosen it. And then if by chance
he did succeed in freeing himself from
the wall he was still held captive in the
Jim's release followed quickly, and
after a silent handshake with me he
turned to Yon.
"I thought you would be sorry, Yon."
he said, patting that worthy on the
shoulder. "Get us out of this. and you
shall live in luxury all the days of your
"No wanted luxuly," said Yon. "My
least make buin. buln-you spbee?
My wanted levenge. Kung too muchee
duel. too muchee no good. He make
tolture. I make tolture. Can do. My
'elpee you, you 'elpee me."
"It's a bargain, Yon."
Though we were free of the wall, we
were by no means rid of the collar and
chain, nor could we loosen them.
though we wasted a full five minutes
in attempting to do so. The collars
were locked and- so Ingeniously that
without the key a hammer and chisel
would, be necessary to\ force them.
However, we wound the chains round
our bodies, fastening them to the ends
of our loose blouses. I found mine a
cumbersome appendage to carry, but I
could have borne it gladly and lightly
had it been ten times its weight
The stranger came close to me and peered
into my ace.
but of a sudden, mingling with it, was
another sound and one which puzzled
me considerably. Like a sob it seem-
ed, a groan almost Then the stillness
of death followed, and my eyes wan-
dered back to the glowing brazier
which wrought strange lights and
shadows in the darkness, but my ears
were listening at the door.
"What was that?" whispered Jim.
But after waiting for a few moments
longer another shadow slipped through
the darkness and came toward us. At
first I thought it was the wretch re-
turned again, but suddenly a voice
came to us through the gloom:
"All IU. You belong there?"
It was Ah Yon.
OF A YTON AND KUNG AND A PAGODA.
I almost shrieked aloud with joy.
Why? A moment's reflection gave me
pause. Truly it was Ah Yon, but for
what purpose? He had been false to
Kung once, and his punishment was
such that he was little likely to offend
again. Yet his unexpected advent,
coming at the psychological moment,
was answerable for my great revulsion
"Yes, Ah Yon," said Jim, "we are
here. What for you make come?"
"Maker set flee," replied the China-
man excitedly. "No 'ave time to lose.
In 10, 20 minute Kung. Wooching,
come. make see play. After pelhaps
you belong dead men. No can telL
Some time make more tolture. Some-
time kill Kung no 'ave love for you.
Wooching well duel also. My 'ave
come make look see."
"You think we have a chance?"
"No can tell. Pelhaps. Sjpposee no
'ave got chance, my no belong comVe.
My t'ink 'ave chance suppose you be-
long blave man."
"Try us." said Jim.
As he spoke Yon kept hopping from
me to Jim. testing our chains and jab-
bering excitedly to himself. Then he
seized the brazier and. using it as a
light, Investigated our bonds still more
closely. A grunt of satisfaction escap-
ed him. and. depositing the brazier on
the floor, he set to work upon my chain
and in a very short space of time had
seemly and a man bearing a bra-
Ikr entered the cell. That t wV the
Lr. J. W. P atterno. *is
foa. la&, ays: "*InsJaiuaryI bada
bad cold on my hln, d mmd
dosen different coog O S
Sprecriptions from two do m, bat
worse all the time. I finally
ta bottle of Foet' .
and after using two-thds o & t, I
j-ntirply cured."* Wigh & Bmo
~b SCaM &id~
always bring high prices.
To raise them success-
fully, a fertilizer con-
taining at least 8 %
Potash should be used.
Our books furnish useful information tn
Sall subjects relating to
cop raising. They are
Jim caught me. xon rurnea round and
lowered the light, and 1 saw a man ly-
ing In a pool of blood, and I recognized
him as the wretch who had mutely
taunted me with the irons. The pres-
ence of this body accounted for the
noise which we had heard-previous to
"'lm poor dumb blute," muttered
You. "No can make ely. 'Im gloan
well small. Solly. but 'im make top-
side now. No more trouble."
On we stole quietly along a narrow
paved passage which extended for
about a dozen paces and which ended
abruptly in a flight of steps. These
Yon mounted, hesitating just a mo-
ment to listen. We followed close in
his footsteps. Jim next. I bringing up
the rear. In this manner we very rap-
idly reached a higher level, and then
we paused once more. You drew close.
"Makee well raleful step." he whis-
pered. "You 'oldee me. eap'n. Your
friend 'oldee you. Makee knife leady.
No can tell."
We did as we were bidden and in our
bare feet stole along through the dark.
for at this point You had dropped the
brazier. Fortunately he knew his way,
and after creeping on for some little
time we came to a further flight of
steps which. to my joy. I saw were
bathed with light Indeed as soon as
we had reached the top of them we
were enabled through a great funnel,
as it were. to see the sky.
"We are in the pagoda?" whispered
Jim. Ah You nodded.
But how to get out? So far we had
been fortunate in eluding the vigilance
of any one who had been left to guard
that strange subterranean prison or
habitation, but we were not yet out-
side, and even supposing that we were
we were still on Kung's Island and
more or less in the power of him and
I looked ul and around, but could see
no way out of the difficulty. The walls
'rose sheer to the dilapidated top, and
even the first window Was 20 feet
above us. There was no door that I
could see, but a small passage led off to
our right, and when Jim pointed to-
ward this Yon nodded.
"The only way," he said. "It make
though Kung's loom. Come. Look,
see! Pelhaps Kung no there "
We crept on as silently as before in
the same order and presently perceived
a light shining through a crevice. Yon
'lackened, and we instinctively follow-
flARCH AN D THE LION
Something Better Than the Old Saw.
The saying about the lion and the
lamb in March often proves false. but
there is another and a better one which
is literally true. When March comes in
and finds you taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
to purify, enrich and vitalize your blood,
iyou may expect, when it goes out, that
t will leave you free from that'tired
feeling and with none of the boils, pim-
ples and eruptions which manifest them-
selves because of impure blood in the
spring. If you have not already begun
taking Hood's Sarswporilla for your
spring medicine, we advise you to begin
today. We assure you it will make you
feel better all through the coming sum-
ame-man I had sen enter before and
that he bore the same brazier I had no
loubt, but as the chamber, save where
the fire stole out from the holes In the
broader, was in complete darkness I
could not see his face. However, It
mattered nothing. I knew why he had
Presently the wretch squatted before
the Infernal instrument and began os-
tentatlonly to turn the Irons, and
when he thought they were sufficiently
heated he withdrew them from the fin
and held them toward us through the
glpom. And once more I saw the fatal
sign, but this time red hot, and already
I felt It qn my forehead. But our time
was not yet come, for the man return-
ed the irons to the fire and then, like a
shadow, stole softly to the door.
With eager eyes I watched him dis-
appear in the gloom, and presently
came the sound of the door being shut,
At this season of the year there are
always many deaths, particularly among
children, from summer complaint, diar
rhoea, dysentery. cholera morbus,
cramps, etc., and every one ounht to
know that a sure and speedy cure can
easily be obtained by taking Perry Da W W, .
vi' Pain-Killer in sweetened water
every half hour. never fails. Avoid I- c .
sulstitutes. there is but one Pain-Killer, =n 1 -0 4
Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50- ast Freig and x Psmener Route to New York, Boston ad the East.
Si Shcrt il Ride to Savann h.
me tingle with apprehension. For a Short i Ride to Savann ah. Four
little space we stood irresolute, and T ENCE Viapaaehips sailing from nnah Four
then Jim, calling to me. "Come along, ships each week New York, making close oonnec n with
Davie." rushed forward. 1 at his heels. New -Boston-ships, or Sound liners.
Pushing open the door. we entered. 11Uticket agents and supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for general
and In the far corner of a low. long in on.sailingsched teo ervations,oreallon
chamber which was lighted by a soliW PEASANSGeneral and Pasener .New ier5No ve. New York.
tary lamp I saw the figure of a man W, HgAWKINS.Gen. Taept ,221Weit Bay stret.Jalea.
stooping over something which lay up
on the floor. Rushing forward. I rec-
ognized in the man our servant Yon.
but be was so intent upon tihe thil;g
beneath him that he never raised his
head at our approach.
"Yon. Yon." cried Jim. "what have (
you done?" RAIL ,AY
"Look see. cap'n." was the gloating D A aIY L AVYc
reply. He rose as he spoke. and I saw DOUBL DAIY CE
that his long knife was smeared with le Effective February 31901.
a substance the name of which I guess- NORTH-&FAT. I1441 6 i 16 f OUTHERN DIVISiONI : -7 I 81
ed only too well. .v Jacksonville.... .. ... 7 4 p :0a Lv Jaksonville ......... .......! 910, 740p
t tr Fernandina ............ 3 9 -5p .. .... Arialdwin ............ ......i 94a 4. 825p
The thing beneath him was a man. rEverett.... O* ....... 0Spl1000p 931 p ArWWaldo.......................11 i15a 0laO p
but the face was so transfigured with 4Sravannai ...............31 pl 50p 1145 a ar Gainiville............. ........ 11 p .......
rut tFaieax ................. p 24o0 a ...... ArCedar Key ....... ..... ....... 935p ......
blood that at the first glance I failed to r rDenmark ...............46p 252a .... .. Ar Slver rings .... ..... Hlp ......
recognize it. A second, however. drew r Columbia............... Olp 4:Ma ...... Aridola ................ ...... 23pLw
er Camden .............. p 641 ..... ArWildwood............ ....... 214p 13a
from me the one word. "Kung!" r Southern Pities...... ...37 pl10a .... .. .r laesbur-g.. ................. 252p 33a
"'Yes," said Ah Yon. and in his ex- ir aleigh.................. 2!all50a .... ..ArTavare........ .... ....... 321p 420a
Ar Portsmouth............ W 0&550p ..... Arorlando ........... ... .. 445p 720a
eitement he grinned with a frenzy rRichmond............. 5Sa 535 p ...... Ar %inter Park ...... ......... 53p.....
which was perfectly idiotic; "this be. r Wahington.............45a 930 p ...... ArDadeCity.. ........3..... 3p 3
S r u "Baltimore ............ i.0alI35p ...... ArPlantCity ............ ...... 418P 405a.
long Kung." Pphiladelphia....... .. 30p 256a ...... ArTampa .............. ... .. 500p00
"He is dead ?" New York .......... p 613 .... .. No. 2 leaves Tallaha going east at 1.43,
"Makee look see." and be touched WEST. DIV. & N. 0. 3 I I 1 arrives Monticello 3.1. ve Oak 4.44. Lake
Math e b ody contk ptuouse. with his bare vJacksonville .......... Op7 p 906a City5.25 Jacksonvlle 2 p. m.
the body conutmptuously with his bare Ar Lake City ............ 1913 p p 110 *No. 68 leaves *ckaoville daily af
toes. "My make one-two-thlust He OArLiveOak ........... 00p444p t11p 4.25p.m., arrives FeraZdlna5:5. m
fall. Good. Kung make no wore to .A.r Madison............... 4 p3 S5p 104p Connection madeat Feandina with Cumber-
Ar Monticello ......... 10 a3 15 p 3 15 p land Route steamers, leaning Fernandina 1 W
ture. He o mIore ti'atee poor plecee -Ar Thomasville .. ..... 0 a:........ .... p. m. daily except Sund arriving Brumwick
Chlnaeano miho saree dt g 1th!" And .Ar Montxomery .......... 810ia............5.-0p m.
Chnama h" And I ..... ......... .... a *Leave vernandina forilacksonville7:40 am.
again he .IpurJne the Im)(dy and began Ar Tallahase s............ 100a143 p 335p and la:40ps m.
to ra at it .n i native ngue. "MyArQuincy ............p.............. 4. 4p Arrivals at Jacksonvle from the North and
to rai at it s ativ tonue. My A verJuncion .. .... ...... 5 15p East, No.27,at7:30a. .; No. 31,4at 3:50. p.
make mark. you see. Kunug make .,r Pensala.......... .. PI a p m. p lNo. 35at8-3 0 p. me Fromnthe West, No.
l n woe r Mobile .... ................ SO5 at 725 p.m.;No. 4. ai8:45 a. m. From "
plenty mark once. He miakla no more ewre ...... .. ...... 740a outh,No. 44,at9)Oa.L .; No.66,at3:55 pm.
mark." As he slm.ke lt- pointed with A
his dripping blade to the mail's fore- Train No. 44, the wad Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train weeen St. Auxustine,
head. and ther I ,:iw frr iry cu.,t the Jacksonville and New Y via tRichmond and Washington. Including dwwing room, compart-
ead. and there I saw frhly cut the. ment, dining and oars. Day coaches between st. Augustine d Washington. TraIa
sign of terror which had Ieen before' 31 and 44e arryPullum s sleepinears betweenJacksonville and tDMnia,
No. 6. Florida and A tic Fast Mall, solid vestibuled train, consistiq of day coaches. mall,
my eyesfor so many years. baggageand xp ea ween Jacksouville and Washington, and Pilman sleeper between
It was with many curious emotions. Jacksonville and New YV .r
that I looked down pon t arch ene-: N. .3 and 4, Pullman sleeper Jacksonville and t I.ouis via MoUticello, rhomasville and
that look down upan w are Montgomnery. p 1
my, for though he lay th-re dead at. Steamer for Key We d Havana--No. 27 makes connection atP-t Tampa with steamers
any feet it seemed impossible to realize leaving Mond 1eeper and r d Jackso ye.
No. 2 and 1. sleeper NewOrlIans and ackso.,ville.
that this was really the end of bhimn, l Informoat at Cit eet Oceby P. Hopkins, AgentDONELL
-w"oV. R M' BEE, it. E. L BUNCH. 1.0. MacDONELL,
who had been to me a living unight-. Gen'1 Supt, Gen. Pas. Agent, 'Asst. Gen. Pas Agent,
mare. "Kill Kung.' my father had Portsmouth, Jacksonvile, Fla
said. It was all very strange. .. -
"And now," said Jim. "what is the .
next move' Carrabell Tallahassee & Georgia R. R
"My 'ave worked many day." said "
PASS 'ER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPf. 3, 1900.
(Continued on Third Page.)
Read Down. j. Read Up.
I STATIONS i
A M-.A. M.
.....1....... 1J -." 1 i ..... Carrbelle .. .......... 0 50 ............. .....
;-4 ...... .... .. 11 S S .5..... re ..... 1 0 .. ... .... ........... .
......... .... ... ... .. ll 13 ..... Mcntyre ..... Is 8 9 5 .............................
...... .15.0.... s.... 15 I ........................ ...
S...... ........... .. n .... aoppy....... 910 ..... .................. ...
.. i........4.......... i t 421i ....o 4. jmre ...... 2-1 9-V5.... ................
...... ........12.. ..1a1229.. amn .... 60 8 ....3...45 ............. ......
..23..0 ....Hilhnardvile... 37 830.e...... ...... ..
P.. .i il0.l.... spn ui.... 40 8 .20. ................. .
... It. 40.... .s2... So ........ .........
At Aa ehieCanoraawil leave palaehicola daily ata6 -o a. m. Returning lea
D YS Carrabele daily 11. a m. F. W. A STilOG, Gen. Pa. Agt., Tallahae a.
SPowder TARRIT CAN BE CURED
anD em ( cleasleoiuMUR OK'S CATA RRU CURE.
arnm the, article it comes ia
,akes it clean. For greatet
Ca I~It Coes to Every Part,
6d his example. I ZsdZT t
As we approached there was a sud-
den clatter as of bolts withdrawn. and
presently the door swung open. Then
a man's voice was heard hurriedly
speaking. and shortly after its owner
appeared In the doorway, but he was
like a shadow In the (indistinct light.
and I failed utterly 'o identify him.
The voice within next' said something,
to which the person in the doorway
answered politely, as p servant would
to his master; then. closing the door
softly after him, he cane toward us.
We squeezed back against the wall
and held our breath, and the man ac-
tually passed within it foot of me. As
his figure disappeared at the end of the
passage Ah Yon glided swiftly after
him, and we waited ip the horrible ex-
pectation of hearing another death
groan. But. much to my relief. our
worthy friend himself returned, and
whispering to Jim and me as he pass-
ed. "Makee leady suppose my make
call," he slipped froti us and went to-
ward the door. PuShing it open gen-
tly. he disappeared within.
What was happening now it would
be impossible to say, and Jim and I
shrank still closer in against the wall
and listened Intently. It was a terrible
ordeal that waiting there in the dark.
expecting we knew* not what. and to
me the seconds. fraught with horror as
they were, crept onward with heavy
feet But presently the stillness was
startled by a cry. a groan. a sort of sti-
fled shriek, and I felt every nerve of
Ye. KABDH 988. 1901.
of Jackonvuille, Continued fteo Fourth Page.
after its issoe, in the absence of any-
b _I1lSiy/, of Jacksonville, 'thing showing the contrary, is the
f. sd l the ity. principal and interest then due on it.
G'. (ede and Mrs. K. C. Por. 2. Under Chapter 4,077, actq of 1891,
uW York are recent arrivals at Duval county issued bonds to the ex-
tent of $176,000, to be known as the
Sad Mrs. John W. Knight, of St John's River Improvement bonds,
R --fidg N-. J., are guests of Mr. bearing date November 1st, 1892, and
SFred T. Myers. having attached thereto, as required
S Adah Elam., of Atlanta is at Tal- by the act, interest coupons bearing
-wfor a visit during the session of interest at the rate of five and one-half
s-g-elatmre. per centi per annum, falling due semi-
Th is What They Say. annually on the first days of May and
31ie who take Hood's Snrspsrills November of each year thereafter, and
or f, ecz ma, eruptions, catarrh, said bonds were placed in the hands
SoT dyspepsia, say it cures of the county treasurer of said county
e ai permanently, even after to
land permanently, even after to be sold under the direction of tie
Oh medicine with the utmost con- board of trustees created by said act;
MM that it will do you good. What by direction of said trustees said bonds
O 2 done for others yu have every with coupons attached were advertised
for believingin will do or you. for sale, the bids to be for the whole
CAmtipation is cured by Hood's issue to be delivered either on Novem-
ber 1st, 1892, or for the whole issue,
iL H.V. R. Schrader and Young $50,000 to be delivered November 1st,
atr Herman will leave Sundsy to join 1892, $90,000 on February 1st, 1893,
br hUsband at Greenwood, 8. C., where $50,000 pn April 1st, 1893, and $25,000
thy expect to make their future home. on Jun 1st, 1893, with the further
Mr. V. C. Balkeom has purchased the statement that no bids would be con-
eOire interest of Mr. H. V. B. Schrader sidered git less than par. An offer was
Ni No drug store. This sevets Mr.
Schrader's connection with the business. made and accepted of $101% for the
'4 the store. Since his coming to Talla- bonds to be delivered $50,000 November
.Imbe1, two years since, Mr. Balcom has 1st, 18, $50,000 February 1st, 1893,
e many friends, whowishhim much $50,000 April 1st, 1893. and $25,000-
June 1st, 1893; held that by the terms
of the contract the purchaser was to
CASTO R IA pay a premium of % on the face or
W LUfls and Children. Mr. Franklin S. Stebbins, of Roches-
ater NewYork, Is visiting his friend, Col.
1k ihl Yn aVi Ahiiki| JrJ. H dges ofthim city.
Baus the Mr Eugene Britton, who recently re--
i t Or of o turned home from Missi-ippi, will leave
Monday to accept a position in Mobile,
Mr. and Mrs. Shanahan, of Apalachi. Mr. M. M. McCord, who has recently
cdla, visited Tallabassee this week. completed his junior course in the medi-
cal department in the University of Geor
Messrs. D. C. Campbell, L. Herzog, C. gia, at Augusta, is home for the summer
G. McCormick, J. D. MacEachern, F. vacation.
F. Doyle, B. B. McCaa, and W. L. Dig-
Xins, of Jacksonville, visited the Capital Mr. James Pringle, of Thomasville,
duMarg the past week. has bought the interest of Jno. P. Rob-
erta in the grocery firm of Roberts &
O5ceof Pay Card, Deer Lodge, Tenn., Johnson, and has assumed charge of the
Manth 19, A. D. 1901. mS. BELToN. business. The new firm will be styled
Pringle & Johnson. They will deal in
Dr. J. L Homey, of Fernandina, As- general merchandise and choice grocer-
isutte Health Officer, whle in the i The TALLAWASSAN takes this oc-
istaint State Health Officer, while in hecasion to extend a hearty welcome to
citylast week on official business, made eaio t e n at lm
an t 1miw*tkon of the condi on of the Mr. Prmgle and wishes the new firu
St. Angetiue branch, east of the city, every success.
and o his return home, wrote a letter Sheriff Pearce recently arrested Chs.
-calmag the attention of the City Council Williams, a negro. who had in his pot-
to its easanitary condition. The Coun- seeson a saddle which was stolen with a
cil referred the matter to the County horse from a rack in this city;on Febru-
CmDmiasioners. Mr. Yaeger, chairman ary 9. The horse was the property of
vf that bporable body, says the matter C. M. Poppell, a white farmer of this
uilW be taken up at the next meeting, section. No trace of the horse could be
and everything i necessary will be done found, but the recovery of the saddle led
to 10t it in perfect sanitary condition, to finding the horse, for this week. Mr.
Pearce received a telegram from a Geor-
Mr. W. D. Wilson requests us to state gia bailiff stating that he had recovered
tatApril 1st is the limit of time allowed the horse. Sheriff Pearce has done some
by law for payment of city taxes, and ofhi.fine detective work on this case,
Qregfts that payment be made by that and as is his custom, has recovered the
tie, as b does not wish to advertme stolen property and landed the th et in
any property. 2t jail
Mr. W. G. Gramise and Miss Grace Another team running down Monroe
Oraume of Connecticut are recent ton- street yesterday afternoon caused con-
st arrivals. siderable excitement but no further
S. damage. They finally stopped them
tethae preparations are being young live oak near Bloxham Park.
made for the opinig of the rhe team was left standing unattnden ,
SSODtA TWATE SE "ASON. wale the driver went about his business
SODA WATER .SEASON shopping. This has been the cause of
All the latest-and fancy drinks, all the recent and too frequent runa-
and ice cream that can't be excelled ways we have had during the last few
cu we found next wee at V. ., weeks. It is a very dangerous practice
can be found next week at V. F. and should be stopped by the city -coun
Balkeom's Drug Store, successor to cil pessing an ordinance forbidding it
chnrader & Balkcom. and fining anyone t Ity of the practice
Sin the future. A wild and frightened
"'4, .-- runaway team may cause the death ofl
-* some of the little children that frequent
m,, '-., our streets and cause heart-rending
/ii-* J borrow to some poor mother.
The most beautiful thing in
Legislaturemnc whot desire a quiet
place, good fare, and economical terms
will find the tame by stopping at the
"Townsend House" during the ensuing
term of the Legislature. Guaranteed t
give the best fare in Tallahassee for the
aame money. Said house stands on sec-
ond block about 150 yards northwest o
State Capital building.:
Ms. 8. D. HroreowR,
the world is the baby, all Hu.er's Candies.
dimples and joy. The most
.& thing is that same baby. A fresh shipment and large as
pitiful thing is that same bay, sortment received this wek at
thin and in- pain. And the V. F. BALKCOM,
-mother does not know that a Successor to Schrader & Balkcon
Jie fat makes all the differ- Op era House, One light, April 4t
ence. One long merry laugh.3
Dimples and joy have gone, -
and left hollows and fear, the
lat, that was comfort and
" ador and curve-all but pity
mad love-is gone. I
The little one gets no fat .
fromler food. There is some-
thng wrong; itis either her food K
or food-mill. She has had no
fat for weeks; is living on what .
par value of the bonds, which was the for plaintiff in error; William B. La- appellant; W. .. Young, for Appell
principal and interest due thereon mar, Attorney-General, for the State.
when they were delivered. Thomas Sher ck, appellant, vs. W
Judgment reversed. N. J. Jones, Appellant, vs. Cora Bryan, iam P. Couo r and Fannie D. Corn
H. Bisbee, C. D. Rinehart and R. B. by her next friend, Mark Addison, in her own eight and as executrix
.Archibald, for plaintiff in error; John Appellee.-Bradford county. the last wil -of bherman Conant,
C. Cooper, for defendant in error. Per curiam: ceased, ap lees.-Polk county.
Appellate practice-Failure to make Per curiam:
Willie Gavin, plaintiff in error, vs. assignments of error: Appellate prctice-parties to
The State of Florida, .defendant in Where the abstract of the record peals-Joint defendants must
err9r-Wakulla county. contains no assignments of error, the parties. S
Taylor, C. J. appeal will be dismissed. Where a d cree is a joint
Criminal law-Challenge of juror must Appeal dismissed.
precede verdict-Section 2,851 Re- Thos. E. Bugg and J. T. Wills, for
vised Statutes construed-Reason- -
able doubt as to any essential fact RE A ESTATE E
necessitates acquittal-Murder in -BARGAINS
second degree. TWENTY-FOUR ACRES OF LAND IN THE
1. Section 2,851, Revised Statutes, ng orporte limits of the city.embracing build- THE MAD A
igotsand truck farm all contiguous and de- THE BFWTMADE. A
provides that "no member of a grand stable. Apply to W. W. McGRIr.
jury which finds a bill of indictment eUR HUNDRED CeiES OF FINE FARM- d asortd pjejs.
shall be put upon a jury for the trial 1" ing land on Lake Iackson,one mile of lake
of that indictment, if challenged for 44-or pasture. Apply toW. W. cG r.
that cause by the defendant" The in- E EIRABL RESIDENCES ON MONROE
hibition here placed upon the serv- D1 and McCarthy streets Warehouse and |
Ing o a grand juror as na memberof building lofs, at andnear dppot. -outhern sub- C igar I]
ing of a grand juror as a member of and Long Grove Addition. Will be sold at
the trial jury to try an indictment a bargain. W. W. McGaI. m
found by him as such grand juror is CEVERAL of the most prominent residences in O
found by him as such grand juror is the city-on Calhoun and Clinton streets-
expressly made conditional upon a unsurpassed for business convenience or social
challenge being interposed by the de- surroundings.- such as are not on the market for
challenge being Interposed by the de- a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want to ave their reg
fendant for that cause. The effect of to buy. W. W. MocGirLF. r
the statute is not absolutely to dis- one lot to a I b P I TI FOM
qualify a grand juror from service on 000, upon which are paying invetmen
now in operation 12 per cent. net. Apply to W.
a trial jury to try indictments found w. McGrif
by such grand juror, but makes it only IOR SAL CHEAP--ONE-EIGHTH IN-
teret in the Iong Grove Lots. 1 9
a ground of challenge for cause, which Sept. 14,18B. R MUNRO. te k
challenge the defendant. may waive F -R'SA LE- -On Saturday, the 20th of April, SC C
or not as he sees proper. By accepting .1901. to the highest bidder, the property
Sn r known as the leeler place, half a mile northeast t nnkft
the juror, without exercising this right ao Tallahassee, on thme Mico-ekie road, consist- .
the defendant waives such right.and 0 down at eof ale, balance When deeds nd at he Will
are'found O. K. All expenses of conveyaneing,
it is tOO late after verdict to claim the etc., to be assumed by purchaser. By order of i hi 8
benefit of it. -' oJ. w m .Vn8
2. When, to support a conviction of AL SMEN. fervent kin
guilt, certain facts are essential, then AN D-up to datecommercialtravelers.
a reasonable doubt as to either of these WV if you are not worth $1. 500 and expenses U m r fl .
facts should produce the defendant's don'tawre Box 89, chicao, 1im. A h .f.
acquittal. tAESMAN WANTED -For **Zanzibar"
3. When the proofs show that a o Ati-Rust Paint, guarteedive y ears.
-.Whnth pof widelyknown. Side line or exclusive. GAa-
homicide was perpetrated by an act FIED OIL Co. (leeland. O. nem e sMOe
necessarily and essentially imminently FOR RENT.
dangerous to another, and where there a R NT--Ten acres of land known as the W. N. T YLOR.
is no cause for the act, no provocation J Pell's place. InQuire of A. J. FISH. 2t
and no passion, and wa, not accidental,
but' reckless and wanton, and evincing A
f a depraved mind regardless of human
t life, though without any premeditated A r i Ae t
Design to effect the death of any per- A r h
son, such a case falls within the deft-
nition of murder in- the second de-
\: To those in search ,
, 4. The majority Of the #6urt (Tay- of firt-class .. l
e lor, C. J.distenting), find the evidence M l k
9 sufficient to sustain the conviction.
e Judgment affirmed. f HAUDWARE[ W rk
- Nat R. Walker and R. Don McLeod, _
Askfor of all kinds of
the rough and
flOII&D lhI 5~f ber, mould-
rails, bahisters, -
Porch coaumns, brackets,
i S mental, ad turned and sc 1
h Lime and Cement for sal
.B^B^EE-S^&a^H antage of our expe- 1 O
J. w. collm. seaquaer for rience as 0a teeO 0r Wo
Staple ories. He know the needs
ofte mas of the people and caters CoftlaCtS'.T
tothem for the purpoeaof building up
and holding trde. He also carrieOffice, S op and Lumber
several other lines in which he mBInD- -AND--- Office, op an
tains the same reputation. You can lot s0
sve money by calling on him.
."ars, Phone |7-
E. L. GROSS, "" Stor
In helping you select what Nel w St
C mission Broker best suitedm t yo
-l -~- .mnt. We are nbt mak-
against two or more parties,
them all jointly, all of them aM
1- made parties to an appeal
t and when one of such necessary
f ties is omitted from the appeal,
does not appear in the appellate
such appeal will be dismissed.
P. 0. Knight, J. B. Wall, Joi
Henderson and Geo. P. Raney, for,
e pellant; J. C. Cooper, for appeifn
STATIONERS SELL THEM.
THE ESTERBROOK M TEEL WM
26 John St, New Yo&k.
alers Like j I
lar customers smoke
lia Cheroots s
w that once a man 1
hem he is fixedI,
lave no more trc t
to satisfy him withi
,f Five Cent ci g |
d Virguu OCroots axid tha g
dealer. Price 3 for 5 cents
All kinds 4
the latest r
1 work of every
ceive prompt attention.
be Rrst-Class ii Eve Parn1
on Sea Board Air
h of county jail.
0.0 BOX I
,! New Goods!