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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: April 11, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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WEEKLY
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t ALLAHASSE-1AN


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JOHN C. TRi(E,. Publisher ana Proprietor. f


LEGISLATIVE NEWS



Abstract of the Daily Proceed-

ings of Both Houses



TOLD IN A VERY BRIEF FORM


For the Convenience of Readers Too
Busy to Read the Journal.


SENATE, APRIL 4.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. President in the chair.
The roll being called, the following
Senators answered to their names:
YMr. President, Messrs. Adams, Baker,
Witch, Broome, Butler, Carson, Cott-
rell. Crews, Crill, Denham, Dimick,
Kirk, Law, Miller, McCaskill, Mc-
Creary, MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien,
Palmer, Peacock, Rogers, Rouse, Whid-
den, Sams, Wilson of 14th, Wilson of
7th, Wadsworth, and Williams-30.
Introduction of Resolutions:
By Mr. Law: Senate Concurent Res-
olution No. 7: That a committee of
- five-two-from the Senate and three
from the House-be appointed to visit
the Insane Asylum at Chattahoochee,
to investigate the management of same
and to report with as little delay as
possible, as to said management, the
condition of the building proper, and
buildings, grounds, and its surround-
ings and any needed legislation. Laid
over under the rules.
By Mr. Wilson of 4th: Senate Con-
current Resolution No. 8: That. a com-
mittee composed of one from the
,Senate and two from the House of
Representatives, be appointed to visit
and investigate the Blind, Deaf and
Dumb Institute, at St. Augusti e, and
report on the condition of same as
early as practicable. Laid over under
the rules.
By Mr. Neel: Senate Concurrent Res-
olution No. 9: That a committee to
be composed.f, e nt on the part of the
Senate, and two from tie House, be
appointed to visit the "State Normal
School." at DeFuniak Springs, in '%est
Florida, exahine and investigate th:
condition of same, and ascertain what
improvements, if any, should be made,
and to report with as little delay as
possible, their findings to the Legisla-
ture, to the end that it may be advised
in the matter of appropriation. Laid
over under the rules.
Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Resolution
No. 3: That, the Chairman of the Ju-
diciary Committee be empowered to
employ the services of a clerk. Agreed
to. *
By Mr. Butler: Senate Resolution
No. 4: That 300 additional copies of the
Senate Journal of the 3d be ordered
printed, and that hereafter 800 copies
of the daily Journal of the Senate be
printed for the ,use of the Senate, and
that same be printed in pamphlet form.
Agreed to.
Introduction of Bills.
By Mr. WilsOn of 7th: Senate Joint
Resolution No. 20: Proposing an
amendmentt to Section 18 of Article
V of the Constitution of the State of
Florida. Referred to the Committee
on Constitutional Amendments.
iy Mr. Broome: Senate Bill No. 21:
For the relief of William H. Ellis, of
Gadsden county Florida. Referred to
the Committeee on Claims.
By Mr. Broome: Senate Bill No.


22: To pay the expenses of Circuit
Judges while in attendance upon their
respective circuits. Referred to the
Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Palmer: Senate Bill No. 23:
To legalize the action of the County
Commissioners of Hillsborough county,
Florida, in granting a right of way to
the Tampa Electric Company over a
certain public road. Referred to the
Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Palmer of 11th: Senate Bill
No. 24: To legalize and validate all the
actions of the County Cimmissioners
for Hillsborough county, Florida, in
and about the opening of a certain pub-
lie road, known as the Ballast Point
and Port Tampa Road, and in making
of certain contracts, and granting a
right of way in reference to the same.
Referred to the Committtee on Judici-
ary.


By Mr. Carson: Senate Joint Resolu-
tion No. 25: Authorizing the accept-


future by certain persons. Referred to
the Committee on Judiciary.
bly Mr. McCreary: Senate Bill No.
27: To amend paragraph 2 of Section
1458 of the Revised Statutes of Flor-
ida, relating to appeals operating as a
supersedeas. Referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
By Mr. McCaskill: Senate Bill No
28: To amend Section 3 of Chapter
4047 of the Acts of the Legisitaure of
Florida, of 1891, the same being en-
uidled an act to amend an act entitled
an act toprovide for the appointment of
a Board of Examiners, and to regulate
the practice of dentistry in the State
of Florida, being Chapter 4047 of the
Laws of Florida, approved May 25,
--. D. 1891. Refered t6 the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. McCaskill: Senate Bill No.
29: To regulate the carrying of con-
cealed deadly weapons in the State of
Florida. Referred to the Commmittee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch: Senate Bill No. 30:
To regulate the purchase, sale and
transfer of stocks of goods, wares and
merchandise in bulk. Referred to the
Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch: Senate Bill No. 31:
To punish the vendee for the fraudu-
lent purchase of goods, wares, or mer-
chandise from the vendor. Referred to
the Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Law: Senate Bill No. 32: To
abolish decrees of deficiency in suits of
foreclosure of mortgages in this State.
Referred to the Committee on Judici-
ary.


By Mr. Law: Senate Bill No. 33:)
To amend Section 1 of an act to pro-
vide annuities for disabled soldiers and
sailors of the State of Florida. :'p-
proved June 2, 1899. Referred to the
Committee on Militia.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Bill
No. 34: To amend Sections 37 and 57
of Chapter 4869, being an act entitled
"An act to abolish the present ramunii-
pal government of the city of Lake-
land, in the county of Polk, and State
of Florida, and to establish, organize
and fo constitute a municipality to be
known and designated as Lakeland,
and to- define its territorial boundary,
and to provide for its jurisdiction, pow-
ers and privileges." Referred to the
Committee on City and County Organ-
ization.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Bill
No. 35: To amend Section 10 of Chap-
ter 4537 of the Laws of Florida, ap-
proved June 7, 1897, entitled an act to
amend Sections 2, 3, 4. 6, 10, 22, 24,
25. 30, 37, 40; of an act entitled "An
act to phryide for the registration of
all legally qualified voters in the sev-
eral counties of the State, and to pro-
vide for generafltnd special elections,
and for the retui'. of elections, ap-
proved May 25, 1895. Referred to the
Committee on Privilhrjes and Elec-
tions.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Bill
No. 36: To repeal Chapter .4216 of the
Laws of Florida, entitled an act to
prohibit shooting, snaring or trapping
of fish in the waters of certain lakes
in the county of Polk, and to provide
a penalty for violation of the same,
approved May 30, 1893. Refered to
Committee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Law: Senate Bill No. 37:
To prescribe the method of filing all
tax returns presented to Clerks of the
Circuit Court by the Tax Assessor.
Read the first time and referred to the
Committee on Finance and Taxation.
Mr. Crill, Chairman of the Special
Committee appointed by the Legis-'
lature of 1899 to investigate the convict
system of this State, asked permission
to make a report. Granted.
Mr. Crill moved that the report be
read. Agreed to.
And the report was read as follows:
To the Legislature of the State of Flor-
ida: 4
Gentlemen: Chapter 4710, Laws of
Florida, reads as follows:
"Whereas, The present convict sys-
tem of this State is a shame upon the
name of Florida, and is in no manner
satisfactory to the citizens of the
State, and
"Whereas: The Committee appoint-
ed to investigate the various convict
camps of the State, in their report to
this Legislature, fully sets forth the
inhuman and cruel treatment the con-
victs receive at some of the camps, and
"Whereas, The present system of
leasing the convicts deprives the State
of thousands of dollars, as the lessees
invariably pool their bids and secure
them at a nominal sum and sub-lease
them at a big profit, and believing that


IAi.LAtLNUSSEk4 FLORID{I4I).'Ftll ;XAI~~~ll I.iU


Section 1. That the GovLAnor of the
State be authorized to appoint a conim-
mittee of three citizens of this State
whose duties it shall be totake up, in-
vestigate, consider and ripoit to t*,-
next Legislature the most human practical and profitable method of
working the State convicts.
Section 2. That for the purpose of
carrying out the provisions of this act
the sum of five hundred dollars is
hereby appropriated out of any funds
not otherwise appropriated."
Under this act this committee wa-.
appoinrtedI by Governor Bloxham. ,
The Legislatu-e of 189'! thus (:x-


fae-tue, of e,r .many and vatuabl(
stApat.s: all thbse tending to g jnern-
:'nd :(le p-os!,erity.
In the hope that this brief article aad
.outlii-c may auirat and call to its aid
those more aide to do it justice and
ca*lrrv it arw*nrri-*/ tt- .n i ;o.o,A'. -.


i~t~ 1Kii g LO U)bear

41POui: A1.


Ut~1UIIiiU~, Tl'o~ie of 0om- readers w
I r~ain,&~.G. d;)alCihrC(of witness~ing the

--AIRCH. he !...la f1-l*Ywa'od ConeCC
Paulinc urin;4torpr'rac
Lae'e.I~ lhF rn'-i I. Aarion ',) f III;- ow n inpov
P~fhf~ lgroMaru (i;vynf, 4'ti !iuve boee so tortl
)c~l~sL~~ ~ : lebet Folkiel, AE': ru :pn:t With t]
v~ a 'v~de, Guje r~'for, .'~:t ~I* i ~..~rrnhere a!


essly prt its seal of c ematio i ie P rd D Ot, ..p ., *V. j1. 1 'iepormI ildantce
iresszy pitt its sen! of c 'itlati,:: lt-..,'ie*rd..eD O-i- ,:iii1 ., 1"Ow- ilbe benefit of the T. I. A.,
upon the present lease system of this via Chaires, O!ivett ad. Marie L ev- I al ne sh uldit commandf th T I Arge
State, and by this act of the Legis- dock. Ruth ,Jolhnii.. Lbram McDoug- a li,:i-c. That their centertairnlent is
ture the people of this State have every all. Leonard D)onk. C(owell Dav.ins. li, e-' Thd, t tn ellence will be at-
reason to expect that a change for the Sh'nnon P-i.,kins, W\a lt Qunari'teiua. I'ine(by all who saw them last -yer.
better be made in the convict syste!ji Ird louE(hohled., Gok( e Carter, E!loise .'or liy :nf: who atevhodid not yrit-
of the State. It "is not necessary fj- .Mc(:-i. Ali,e Shir-er.i, luntcr Ban- ne.ss hath Prfornane we add anot (ll-
us to go into details as to the defects nerman, Rosa F ario 1- Helen Carter, ",in, fro: the Danville. Va., Re ister
found by the last committee of tWe Katie Barker, Katjleen Demilly, ;i 21, lh! Das'follows: ter
Legislature that visited the various Bloout Myvers, Ern't Householder 1 as folows:
c9nvictscamps. Abuses then exis:ir.g a Mos;iy Collins, Norm-mn Sutton, Jean "'ih, en(t'itainmht nt was a distinct
o the treatment of the prisoners, under Montgomery. surne ;sL in that t wofas the feas t of the
the frequent visits of the Supervisor of Homr.r Roll--Charhl- Demilly, Wal- wine at the lvst of the feast." Mr. Iley-
State Convicts and Convict Camps, demar Leydoek, Susii McGriff, Ruby Wo1m is ii;y itv mhast nev earlyd and as
have been 'reduced to a minimum, and Harker. Clifton Byrd, Lynwood Evans, ini 11is t hrs evn heart and as
we feel that the results obtained fully Ch::ri iwennard, John Clark, Philip |Ifewr ,qw.R. ,i e('snator ap recitof has
justify the expectations entertained (a':tIr. A irth;r VWilson. Robert Temple, fnw ueiv" l p I inu; nl a physt of hist
when the law was passed providing .iarryv \Vilson, Minna Alford, Edith I lin', -pt' iouly nlear hysteris a.t
for a Supervisor of State--Convicts; Dyr-, Eilahn ,rooks, Theo. Rosedale, twmI nd k pt th, lallthtr blhng
through the State Supervisor of Con- Nel"ie Davis, Lulu Keith, Ford Ba;rco, I app i rh n e an t croegh hist
victs the State came more neAly i'n Bernar'd B yrd, Sallie Iewis, Horace ";:oti al)oluir:,n( .o P'ia-iste, cellist and
touch with the prisoners than it pos- Vanttrunt. Mary ori.in. Julia tlis v l exlent, and tieir
sibly could through an administrative Ch:,ires, Clifford .uitton, John Mcl.in. "'(l: hi slh. dl't and trio simnirY de-
officer, who hes numerous daily duties Alitford Levy. Frenfh Wilson, .-S. ai vios. w il- Miss (ole's -itging wonI
requiring his time and attention.While "ah..i. Fra,,'--" i Johnsoa. Helen Alfordle V :ts of her auditors bv its sim-
the improvement has been and is all i"vein Roze::r, Russell Michler, Roy mi- "uni t iiied s h hnil oerfully de-
that could be expected under tie pres- ,l`iinion, ,:vert Er-own, Rebe('ta Ro- il't h l" to
ent system, it does not meet the de- zear. Minna Paion L-wiss Ro.or. i l Y:* i p "M r s t li y."
mands of a-n enlightened convict s.vs- i, ( a1 v0i1 i el 1ro's Opra
teni in acr-rd with the mofe h'.im.me D i)D T 1
treatment of prisoners. Oa- ; Thi ', M:ur-e 2 't1, Ri. .- --"
S:il 1. en-.t, Pe-.de It !S' N .e a- '. (S C FT.IN.
"Says He Was Tortured. is,-'-e,, S(;eli;sh-.rn R il,'-oal Comn- "' oNl '.' (i rds v-.r assem-
"'I sutTered s iich pai l iri cori.s i pany. at his home in the northern -it- li,' !us i ~i't for the iii-os of el-.eit-
could hard, wAlk," wrile' H. R hs",. -r of this 'it Mr. ,,.i t ha. ,e ; i;.\ .':|;,in, n3ide nec.tssarav h,
H' illsborough 1s.. -ult A a resriint o o0 ci ty Ai?- ao"t tweiv'e Ih- rY i4Lnation of Capt. E. A. Dickey.
like- nw- i. n: prains. L. iiises. <... "'sr. ha1 e, ornme here f:'omn Ihila- The luanimois choicee of the com-
s,.res. scal-hi. burn. b.Iils, ule:.s. Pe'-- d'lIhia in the int restof a water wv(aks )pany was Mr. George Edward Lewis,
feet healer of skin dieasess and pilt. corporation of that city, and obt'-ined ( one of our most )popular young men
Cure guaranteed by all ruggists. from our city council a charter for the and a rec-nt graduate of the Virginia
construction of our present system of Miliiary Institute. After the election
STATE LIFE ASSURANCE. aterworks. He immediately pushed the Guards marched flown to Captain
Mr. Editor:-Impressed with tie the 'stem to a quick completion, and Lewis's residence and notified him of
belief that the most important aid thus gave to Tallahassee what it so his election. In a few appropriate
beneficent act which could be enactW.1 much needed and had been for a long .vords he thanked the company for the
by our State Legislature would be; a Lime vainly striving to obtain, viz: an complime nt they had just paid him.
provision for the establishment off a ample snuply of water and an efficient The compnIany gave their new captain
Bureau of State Life Assurance,J I protection against fire. For that one three cheers and marching back to
beg to trespass upon your kindness to thing Tallahass.ee owes Mr. Bennet a theirr armory were dismissed .
give space to such views as I may be debt of ,ratit;ude tliht will be rea-dily Int selecting Captain Lewis the
able to adduce on this most important conceded by all who remember our Gua-ds have made a very happy choice,
subject. helplessness in the past whenever a as th11 military experience and knfowl-
Premising that I have but small ac- fire occurred. edge that lie gained at the Institute
quaintance with the details of such or- Mr. Bennet afterw.ards built a street will be of great benefit to them.
ganizations, and shall therefore not at- railway from the depot of the Seaboard
tempt to enter upon that phase of such Air Line through thd principal streets TI', FLOtRI)A AND METROiPOII-
enterprises, I shall, leaving this to the of the city, wv.hich while a great con- TAN LIMITED.
maturer judgment and experience of venience to all, did not receive suffi- 'e "lorid and Metropolitan Lim-
those who would be called upon to or- cent patronage to warrantt its contin- itedi.' wil continue to leave Jackson-
ganize and perfect its working ma- und o e, i tion. He ?then commenced vilic daily, including Sundays, at 10:20i
cbinery, confine myself to a brief ex- grading a line of raitroad between Ap- a. ri. over the Seaenboard Air Line RaTil-
position of the benefits which would a lachicoia and Carr,-'ielle. which, had way for N(w York, reaching Rich-
accrue to the State, and to the indi- it l(e-n cofmplet-d would Irhve prove:ld a moid, Washinglon, Baltimore Ind!
vidual citizens thereof. As matters great boon to Apalachicola, but lack Phi;tdelhphia.
now stand in regard to life assurance of capittAl iand the Ogreat cost of 8r'idg- A.)ril 8 to April 21,,' iinclu(sivo, lthis
in this State, hundreds of dollars are *;ig the AIalachio!ah riv( r comipell-1 ti-n will also i, oprated solid f-rrm
annually carried from the pockets of him to nriinqiish "hI" s'.heme. Ti (-next St. Augustine on Mondmhy.s We(i.nes-
its citizenship to enrich foreign corpor- | g-a t ';i,ic rk lp attract the at- da"s and Fridays.
ate organizations beyond our borders, tention of this woodleful'y o(ih.r' 'ti' f'ie April 2t; tihe Seaho-ird l Ar LTine
all of which should be and could be re- man was thoe 'i ;al.l:;s:sr-. anr(d G.ii;i(.c- v.; liv will i'o theo only line, op.)era ti"'g
trained at home. vill., ILilro:;d, nrowv ov.'ow; as il' ;lh si- d xs ,iiiunhle liiieiid service front
As thekt numberless organizations laluasse .in; Sou()i; | t.:vI. dri. i(onii ii Jaks-n.ville. lFlorida, to e.s-t,. rn ,it!(ie
have establkihed themselves within the bought oui' the 'riglits of the McLean elafy iin-iniding Sundays.
State, and so\far monopolized largely cr"dilots a'.(! !:uil thie roadl at f-.ar s iWrite A. 0.. M;cDoll. C. '. A.,1
-the constituency, of such organizations, Thomas City, thirty iilhs soI!he;t .Jaciksnvill, F1la., for infom.ition "--
the progress of a State organization of Tallahas:see, a-'d graited some ds- ga'-dini -n; would naturally be at first be propor- tance beyond trne Auilla. When con- operations.
tionately slow, but offering such guar- pleted the road will be one of the most
antee of solvency to which no private important tntnk lines of oiur Stale, and STILL ILAR(IER.
organization could approach, it would in fact. in the South, as it will be on
soon absorb all future investments in the most direct line from Tampa and I he paragraph which appeared in
this direction, and it will only be ne- Cuba and the great Northwest. Its the se columns two weeks ago about an
cessary todraw attention to the ob- importance to this city can not be esti- eight-and-one-half pound rutabaga
vious benefits accruing to attract the mated. At the time of his death Mr. has brought out the information that
earnest and enthusiastic support of the Bennet was actively engaged in push- Leon county produces much larger
entire citizenship, ing the grading towards Perry, in Tay- o the pat. A t of m sse
As the State would ever require only lor county. Although a great sufferer rfori e day a
sufficient revenue to operate the State for years, in fact through all his life, a
and county governmental machinery Mr. Bennet has undertaken and carried eays that they had been eeding fifty
and cancel its outstanding encum- forward public works that would have head of cattle from tree-quarters of
branches, therefore as revenue from the taxed the physical ability of the months, and have gathered svral
Bureau of Assuirance would be realized, strongest and most robust men. His that weighed over fifteen pounds I
a commensurate reduction of tax on willpower and courage has surprised a
real and personal property would en- his many friends and acquaintances any farmer in this county can beat this
sue, and finally all such taxation would here, and while his death has been to '


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be abolished. Again, as patronage of a certain extent expected at any time,
the institution increased, the cost of so precarious was his health, yet it OUR COLRED DEPARTMENT.
life policies would diminish until the came on that Thursday morning of On account of the lack of space, our
poorest citizen, relieved from taxation March 28 as a distinct surprise and a colored department has been discon-
and enabled to insure his life at a great shock to the whole community, tinted until after the session of the
minimum, would do so, and relieved of and called forth many expressions of Legislature. It will then be reAumAd,
financial burden and mental aniety regret and sorrow from among our and will be brighter and better than


A e Mr. and Mrs. Qiar'teoi-rmaln ff, aild
ie customary rice anld tr:,0i';,i:;ai ola
ioes were decidedly in ev'id e,.
The presents received were ma;iny anti
egant, coming from many parts of
i1e United States and Canada.

READING FOR CONVICTS.
SThree boxes of books were forwarded
1) the convicts by Mrs. R. II. C;ambld4
during the past ten days. viz: to Capt"
I. Kersey, Istachitta, Hernando coun ,'
Fla.; Capt W. G. Hillman, Flora
tity, Citrus County, Fla.; Capt. C. A
leal, Alachua County, Fla. Mrs. Gaul
e wishes papers and magazines se;
1 her for this object by the ladies a# 4,
gentlemen of Tallahassee.

CAT WITH SEVEN LEGS.
Mr. Henry Raker, a Wakulla cou
bscriber to The Tallahasseean, ea
town Monday and brought with I
pr exhibition at this office a kil


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A PRETTY WEDDING



Mr Quartermnan and Miss ce-


Doegall Unitd



IT WAS A QUIET AFFAIR


At e Elegant Suburban Home of he
'Bride's Parents.


'1 Ilahascl has never bein ithe fst-
of more beautiful wedding than waF
Lha which yesterday joined for fc
Mr Wallace S. Quarterman and Mss
Ma y McDougall.
e ceremony was pei formed :tt hIe
sp) ioons awl lovdly residence of ihic
bri e's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. ?1c-
Do all. Rev. Wallace S. Quartermin,
Sr. father of the groom, oilIi:tted, vs-
sis (d by Rev. S. L. McCarty, pastor of
thl Tallahassee Presbyterian Church.
e wedding party entered tie draw-
in room, which was gorgeouvsiy (lPeor-
at( with Florida s'milax, spir-a. Ibos-
toi ferns, begonias, wistaria. oratig) .
bl) soms, and a great profusion if -iii
flo ers, roses being especially abind-
an promptly at 11 o'clock.
1,'ur bride;smlaids, w.ho e gowns iwer
of vhite organdie, and each of wlon,
a -'io(d a bloiitiet of violets tiid-with
wl te s:ttin rib!.orqs, led the waiv. 'Tiy
w' e Miss Elizabeth I oarce- and 3iS.S-
Ki e Moore, Miss le:spie Saxon 'n(i
Mi's C ,ihtl*erin M.clntosh. Imiodlia ly
pr .cding the blridt. was thl"e mik oi
hi orf. Miss Eliza iK. McDoIug-ll, sis-l.
(ofI hlit( rideh. !lor gown was of wviite
ol-ri ilio, anid her bouquet of viil-ts

ofi ie bride's attendants wore Li 1I 'rni)

'hli bride's wedding gown wa an
e. nisite creation of blue crepq dc
(h ne trimmed with white chiffon land
w ite applique lace. She wore lnd cx-
ce dingly beautif.il white hat
'lie lovely bride, escorted by her
fa her. was met immediately under the
Ui usually handsome floral wediiing
b( I by the groom, and the marlrage
c_ emony was marked by beat iful
si iplicity.
Lifter the service a dainty 'wed ]ing
Ih ch was enjoyed by the bridal rty
a the residence of the bride's parents,
a the happy young couple left 4arly
i the afternoon to spend a couple of
w eks with friends and relative$ ir'
S vannah, Ga.
Pretty iiicidelt o.c.irr'(d !vh,-ie tlht
b ide ascended th c tairs of l'i,- Ion
t( prepare for the journey. Al the lenic
o the stairway she cut the ribbhi
.' ich xound the small cluster loo..ie'
t t shie carried. These small clusterss
e -h containing suggestive sovnvenirs
f to the flo.or below and we,,, .a-ii*rly
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LEGISLATIVE NEWS



Abstract of the Daily Proceed-

ings of Both Houses



TOLD IN A YERY BRIEF FORM


For the Convenience of Readers Too
Busy to Read the Journal.


SENATE, APRIL 4.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
m(.nt. President in the chair.
The roll being called, the following
Senators answered to their names:
M!r. President, Messrs. Adams, Baker,
Witch. Broome, Butler, Carson, Cott-
rell, Crews, Crill, Denham, Dimick,
Kirk, Law, Miller, McCaskill, Mc-
Creary, MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien,
Palmer, Peacock, Rogers. Rouse, Whid-
den, Sams, Wilson of 14th, Wilson of
7th. Wadsworth, and Williams-30.
Introduction of Resolutions:
By Mr. Law: Senate Concurent Res-
olution No. 7: That a committee of
five-two from the Senate and three
from the House-be appointed to visit
the Insane Asylum at Chattahoochee,
to investigate the management of same
and to report with as little delay as
possible, as to said management, the
condition of the building proper, and
buildings, grounds, and its surround-
ings and any needed legislation. Laid
over under the rules.
By Mr. Wilson of 4th: Senate Con-
current Resolution No. 8: That a com-
mittee composed of one from the
Senate and two from the House of
Representatives, be appointed to visit
and Investigate the Blind, Deaf and
SDumb Institute, at St. Augustie, and
report on the condition of same as
early as practicable. Laid over under
the rules.
By Mr. Neel: Senate Concurrent Res-
olution No. 9: That a committee to
be composed. ont on the part of the
Senate, and two from ihc, House, be
appointed to visit the "State Normal
School," at DeFuniak Springs, in 'rest
Florida, exahine and investigate th:.-
condition of same, and ascertain what
improvements, if any, should be made,
and to report with as little delay as
possible, their findings to the Legisla-
ture, to the end that it may be advised
in the matter of appropriation. Laid
over under the rules.
Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Resolution
No. 3: That, the Chairman of the Ju-
diciary Committee be empowered to
employ the services of a clerk. Agreed
to. *
By Mr. Butler: Senate Resolution
No. 4: That 300 additional copies of the
Senate Journal of the 3d be ordered
printed, and that hereafter 800 copies
of the daily Journal of the Senate be
printed for the ,use of the Senate, and
that same be printed in pamphlet form.
Agreed to.
Introduction of Bills.
By Mr. WilsOn of 7th: Senate Joint
Resolution No. 20: Proposing an
amendment to Section 18 of Article
V of the Constitution of the State of
Florida. Referred to the Committee
on Constitutional Amendments.
By Mr. Broome: Senate Bill No. 21:
For the relief of William H. Ellis, of
Gadsden county Florida. Referred to
the Committeee on Claims.
By Mr. Broome: Senate Bill No.


22: To pay the expenses of Circuit
Judges while in attendance upon their
respective circuits. Referred to the
Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Palmer: Senate Bill No. 23:
To legalize the action of the County
Commissioners of Hillsborough county,
Florida. in granting a right of way to
the Tampa Electric Company over a
certain public road. Referred to the
Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Palmer of 11th: Senate Bill
No. 24: To legalize and validate all the
actions of the County Cimmissioners
for Hillsborough county, Florida, in
and about the opening of a certain pub-
lic road, known as the Ballast Point
and Port Tampa Roa&, and in making
of certain contracts, and granting a
right of way in reference to the same.
Referred to the Committtee on Judici-
ary.


By Mr. Carson: Senate Joint Resolu-


By Mr. Law: Senate Bill No. 33:
To amend Section 1 of an act to pro-
vide annuities for disabled soldiers and
sailors of the State of Florida, a:p-
proved June 2, 1899. Referred to the
Committee on Militia.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Bill
No. 34: To amend Sections 37 and 57
of Chapter 4869, being an act entitled
"An act to abolish the present rmuninci-
pal government of the city of Lake-
land, in the county of Polk, and State
of Florida, and to establish, organize
and to constitute a municipality to be
known and designated as Lakeland,
and to define its territorial boundary,
and to provide for its jurisdiction, pow-
ers and privileges." Referred to the
Committee on City and County Organ-
ization.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Bill
No. 35: To amend Section 10 of Chap-
,ter 4537 of the Laws of Florida, ap-
proved June 7, 1897, entitled an act to
amend Sections 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 22, 24,
25. 30, 1.7, 40; of an act entitled "An
act to priyide for the registration of
all legally ,ialified voters in the sev-
eral counties (,f the State, and to pro-
vide for generarland special elections,
and for the retui' "- of elections, ap-
proved May 25, 1895. Referred to the
Committee on Privihltes and Elec-
tions.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: Senate Bill
No. 36: To repeal Chapter 4216 of the
Laws of Florida, entitled an act to
prohibit shooting, snaring or trapping
of fish in the waters of certain lakes
in the county of Polk, and to provide
a penalty for violation of the same,
approved May 30, 1893. Refered to
Committee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Law: Senate Bill No. 37:
To prescribe the method of filing all
tax returns presented to Clerks of the
Circuit Court by the Tax Assessor.
Read the first time and referred to the
Committee on Finance and Taxation.
Mr. Crill, Chairman of the Special
Committee appointed by the Legis-"
lature of 1899 to investigate the convict
system of this State, asked permission
to make a report. Granted.
Mr. Crill moved that the report be
read. Agreed to.
And the report was read as follows:
To the Legislature of the State of Flor-
ida: i
Gentlemen: Chapter 4710, Laws of
Florida, reads as follows:
"Whereas, The present convict sys-
tem of this State is a shame upon the
name of Florida, and is in no manner
satisfactory to the citizens of the
State, and
"Whereas: The Committee appoint-
ed to investigate the various convict
camps of the State, in their report to
this Legislature, fully sets forth the
inhuman and cruel treatment the con-
victs receive at some of the camps, and
"Whereas, The present system of
leasing the convicts deprives the State
of thousands of dollars, as the lessees
invariably pool their bids and secure
them at a nominal sum and sub-lease


future by certain persons. Referred to
the Committee on Judiciary.
Ay Mr. McCreary: Senate Bill No.
27: To amend paragraph 2 of Section
1458 of the Revised Statutes of Flor-
ida, relating to appeals operating as a
supersedeas. Referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
By Mr. McCaskill: Senate Bill No
28: To amend Section 3 of Chapter
4047 of the Acts of the Legisltaure of
Florida, of 1891, the same being en-
taled an act to amend an act entitled
an act toprovide for the appointment of
a Board of Examiners, and to regulate
the practice of dentistry in the State
of Florida, being Chapter 4047 of the
Laws of Florida, approved May 25,
--. D. 1891. Refered to the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. McCaskill: Senate Bill No.
29: To regulate the carrying of con-
cealed deadly weapons in the State of
Florida. Referred to the Commmittee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch: Senate Bill No. 30:
To regulate the purchase, sale and
transfer of stocks of goods, wares and
merchandise in bulk. Referred to the
Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch: Senate Bill No. 31:
To punish the vendee for the fraudu-
lent purchase of goods, wares, or mer-
chandise from the vendor. Referred to
the Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Law: Senate Bill No. 32: To
abolish decrees of deficiency in suits of
foreclosure of mortgages in this State.
Referred to the Committee on Judici-
ary.


tempt to enter upon that phase of such Air Line through the principal streets
enterprises, I shall, leaving this to the of the city, which while a great con-
maturer judgment and experience of venience to all, did not receive suffi-
those who would be called upon to or- cient patronage to warrant its contin-
ganize and perfect its working ma- ued (periatiton. He then commenced
wineryy, confine myself to a brief ex- grading a line of railroad between Ap-
position of the benefits which would a lachicola and Carrabello. which, had
accrue to the State, and to the indi- it leen completed would lhve proved, a
vidual citizens thereof. As matters great boon to Apalachicola, but lack
now stand in regard to life assurance of capital aInd ite great cost of bridg-
in this State, hundreds of dollars 4re 'ng ihe Alpalachi'-ola riv(r compell~d-
annually carried from the pockets iof him to r.-linquish the scheme. The next
its citizenship to enrich foreign corp)r- great pi;l,!ic work to attract the at-
ate organizations beyond our borders, tendon of this wopdefully enii -g:.tic-
all of which should be and could be ke- man was the 'rallah.asso- and G.i;ie'-
tained at home. i v;!.. Iil-roa,! now.v k'{owv.i as tile T;ial-
As these numberless organizatiOns lahasseeI and Soiheasie. -rlt. Hlnn'a
have established themselves within the bought ou' the rights of the MbcLean
State, and so'far monopolized largely creditors an'! luilt the road as far as;
-the constituency, of such organizations, Thomas City. tihi:ty mnilhs sotithe;ast
the progress of a State organization of Tallahassee. and graded some dis-
would naturally be at first be prop or- tance beyond the Au,'illa. When com-
tionately slow, but offering such guar- pleted the road will be one of the most
antee of solvency to which no private important tiiunk lines of our State,and
organization could approach, it wopld in fact, in the South, as it will be on
soon absorb all future investments in the most direct line from Tampa and
this direction, and it will only be ne- Cuba and the great Northwest. Its
cessary todraw attention to the ob- importance to this city can not be esti-
vious benefits accruing to attract the mated. At the time of his death Mr.
earnest and enthusiastic support of the Bennet was actively engaged in push-
entire citizenship. ing the grading towards Perry, in Tay-
As the State would ever require only lor county. Although a great sufferer
sufficient revenue to operate the State for years, in fact through all his life,
and county governmental machinery Mr. Bennet has undertaken and carried
and cancel its outstanding encum- forward public works that would have
branches, therefore as revenue from the taxed the physical ability of the
Bureau of Assurance would be realized, strongest and most robust men. His
a commensurate reduction of tax on willpower and courage has surprised
real and personal property would en- his many friends and acquaintances
Oue, and finally all such taxation would here, and while his death has been to
be abolished. Again, as patronage of a certain extent expected at any time,
the Institution increased, the cost of so precarious was his health, yet it
life policies would diminish until the came on that Thursday morning of
poorest citizen, relieved from taxation March 28 as a distinct surprise and a
and enabled to insure his life at a great shock to the whole community,
minlinm, would do so, and relieved of and called forth many expressions of


T1 i'J;, FLORI DA AND METROiPOLI-
TAN LIMITED.
The "Florida and Metropolitan Lim-
ited" will continue to leave Jackson-
vill-e daily, including Sundays, at'10:20'
a. m. over the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way for New York, reading Rich-
mond, Washington, Baitimore andit
Philadelphia. -
April 8 to April 20. incluisive, Ihi;,
train will also be operated solid fr-oni
St. Augustine on Monday.s, Wednes-
days and Fridays.
.. or April 2C, the Seabo;)rd Air TLne
Ra;tlwiy will I' l tle only line o I;(-i'i.g
s.)id v-siiiule jim iicdi service from
Jaekso;iville, Florid:-, to ea 't-s-tein -it.ies
daily including Sundiiys.
Write A. 0. MacDon-ll], A. C. I'. A.,
.Ta(ksn ville, Fla., for informa-nition re-
garding schedule-;S and s!:-' pin-. <-ir rs-a
operations.


STI'lLL LARG ER.


The paragraph which appear-ed in
tht.se columns two weeks ago -about an
eight-and-one-half pound rutabaga
has brought out the information that
LeAn 'county produces much larger
ones than that. A telephone message
from the plantation of Mr. Robert
Bradford to this office, a few days ago
says that they had been feeding fifty
head of cattle from three-quarters of
an acre of rutabagas for nearly two
months, and have gathered several
that weighed over fifteen pounds. If
any farmer in this county can beat this
let-him come forward.

OUR COLORED DEPARTMENT.


On account of the. lack of space, our
colored department has been discon-
tinued until after the session of the
Legislature. It will then be resumed,
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Section 1. ThattheaCovrt nor of the :f:u., e. o or many and vs:tabh av tt of n rY s
tate be authorized to appoint a corn- stp.s: all t tending to g..er .. y o. in ls infiire me
mittee of three citizens of this State :and -'ve l)rosieritvy. .i'' tl ..-. i e(,gtli to bear ti.eir g :rat
whose duties it shall be to take up. in- In the hope that tiS brief article and ,)TroV. ti
vestigate, consider and rcpoit to t' outliun may at:ra't and call to its aid
next Legislature the most humane ihose o mre able to ldo it justice and '1 1 AL i WOOl) CO
practical and profitable method of carry it forward LO a successful issue, l'hoe of o render who had the
working the State convicts. I rtmuin, &. G. )Cte of wi reserin wthe -ram of
Section 2. That for the purpose of i of wit sin the ram of
carrying out the provisions of this act !ON' ACAI)DIMY-MARCH le Anla H.leywo)dl (tonhr. ,o p, .'a
hrin their p~rrf'rmance h last
the sum of five hundred dollars i$ St-r Roll-' lle Stromn, Pauline -r -ill lir p tfrmance to last.
hereby appropriated out of any Aund, Laveier. Bulah Frr-l, Marion -a,: i, of i o tmprovement Ae
not otherwise appropriated." tBow."", birdie dgero, Marmy Gwynn, (-:,ti, h;ve t en so fortunate as -to
Under this act this committee was ')o Iul.s u...., Hlerbert Felkel, niak, larrr,' ", P e so .withtahem to re-
appointed by Governor Bloxham. l ar Lv:nder. Genie Crawford ;,-at tr ra':-m with them tin r
The Legislature of 189, thus (x- :,nni. ,m is. (:'nt (n R'vi, Ruth Rev,- t fi*rill.Tm There aarn on thc
pressly put its seal of c'-'n tlu atiO! l .ild:. ,.d:. !iciiardl. E've ypr, Oqta- ,il i ,r the bene it of the T. A..
upon the present lease system of this via (Chaires, Olivetta HItead. Marie Ley- hiii alnr should commande a large
State, and by this act of the Legisla- dock, R:th J.ohns'on. Abram MeDoug- audli'ice. Tat their entertain aent is
ture the people of this State have ever,!i ll, Leonard! )onk, Croweil Dan lv-ns. uniqaled in exellr ence will be at-
reason to expect that a change for the Shinnon :P.kins, W\Vallst Qu:,rtermanin. test by alxl l who saw then last year.
better be made in the convict system r'ed Householdeo., Gpeji Carter, E losee r by ;f who saw t m t
of the State. It is not necessary f,)- Mc'!,if, Alie: Shirtzki, !unitcr Ban- ls4r hat performance we add a clip-
us to go into details as to the defects nerman, Rosa Farrior, Helen Carter, fr the Danville weVa. a Reister
found by the last committee of the Katie Barker, Kathleen Demilly, fI ), l-: i 01,asfollows: tr
Legislature that visited the various BMlount My,.rs, Ernest Householder h 1l as follows:
c9nvictscamps. Abuses then existing a. M,,siv Coilins, Norman Sutton, Jean "Tpo eni(t'tainmont was a distinct
o the treatment of the prisoners, under Montgomerv. suirpne in that it was the "best of the
the frequent visits of the Supervisor of Horp" Rt:l--Charlcy Demilly, Wal- winat th lst of the feast" Mrly perfecty-
State Convicts and Convict Camps., nr Leydok, Susie McGriff. Ruby i i nearly perfect
,i'nH il:if (city has ever heard and as
have been reduced to a minimum, and larker, Clifton Byrd, Lynwood Evans, iok(- irt(. ei:'y h!s ev and reir has
we feel that the results obtained fully rCh:rli, i)en:amd .lohn Clark. Philip fwokl implrs na;or a part ,ofr his
justify the expectations entertained ,"arlt.., Arth lr W;lson, Robert Temple, itw 7qurls- !!e eri a phyt of his
when the law was passed providing i:.rry W\Vilsn, !MiAnna Alford, E-dith Il .lie c( p-rilpty near hysterics bat
for a Supervisor of State Convicts; "Dy-. Eman Brooks. Theo. Rosedale, Itm'e and ke*t thp l.ag hta r hughln
through the State Supervisor of Con- Neiij. i)avis, Lulu Keith, Ford B;rco, I !pe falne v eCl(.n l allsni through hist
viets the State came more nearly in 3Brnard Byvrd, Sallie lwis, Horace :;I:ig' al)p,'arn c.' liarist. cellist and
touch with the prisoners than it pos- Vanirunt. M:Ory GCorlman. Julia -oli v T p-h c-lent.and their
sibly could through an administrative C:.,ires, Cliffordl S''uton, John McLin. l" in s oh. :,- andl tio sigigly woe-
officer, who has, numerous daily duties Mitford Levy. French Wilson, "-S"rah' irs hle aud io's sinsn won-
requiring his time and attention.While ;',sha. F.:r's a Johnso,. Heien Alford i :rts 1tf ht ad(itonrs rf its sim-V
the improvement has been and is a:l yvelvn Roze::r, Russell Michler, Roy ffrfull
i.hat couil be expected under tile p fes- M,-'Kinnon. i.\r r Brown, Rebec( a Ro- it o' .i;:-' i hti 15 ") Lone-
eut system,. it does not meet the de- wz-ar. M)inna Pl'nton;, L'wis Ro.:;'r.
map(Is of an enlightened con-virt as- v s ra
tmn in a'epord with the more h o nc:',nm.-o i y i 1
treatment of prisoners. Mar 2 I'. .. 1- -
; l I ,. 'n ; : .f t j i 4 ad t o f t h e ;"-!l a- I
*Says He Was Tortured. WCs,. Soui:I b't.r' n R.aiload (C'n- i ro'. a rdds v, r'. ssenm-
"'I suffered such iiain' in. n cor-is. I pany. at his home in thie orthlei -I- ila s : iht for tiln umtrplos. of' 1. (ct-
could har(liy w4lk," write, R 'oIt si,.I. Iu ) b of this ,'it. r. ;1 ,.nuot a; b n t .c ;- Il.in, nia Cr:.e n.c ssary by
Haal (.orouht. "ils.."bu tr th* ." .t .-O a sid of oA( city f(i"- aoL twe). th .' i'ati; n of Capt. E. A. Dickey.r
like n':.gi. oi pains. uiss. (.,s. :'r,' ha-vin come here from h 1- 1 mo C oe of the com-a-
sres,. scald,. burni. b.-ils, nuiees. Per- i'.,,lia illn the inl rstof a water works I panf was Mr. (;eorge Edward Lewis,
feet< heatl.r of skin diseases and ,il' corporation of that c-ity, and obtained ione of our most popular young men
e guaranteed by all rugi.rom our city council a charter or te ana recent graduate of the -Virginia
construction of our present system of Military Irstitute. After the election
STATE LIFE ASSUR.NCE. Wal-erworks. He immediately pushed the Guards marched down to Captain
Mr. Editor:-Impressed with the I the sFystem to a quick completion, ;nd Lewis's residence and notified him of
belief that the most important and thus gave to Tallahassee what it so his election. In.a few appropriate
beneficent act which could be enacted! much needed and had been for a long words he thanked the company for the
by our State Legislature would be a time vainly striving to obtain, viz: an con >ilm nt they had just paid him.
provision for the establishment of a ample su;,ply of water and an efficient Thne company gave their new captain
Bureau of State Life Assurance, I protection against fire. For that one thrib cheers and marching back to
beg to trespass upon your kindness to thing Tallahassee owes Mr. Bennet a their armory were dismissed .
give space to such views as I may be debt of !.latitude that will be readily a Ir selecting Captain Lewis the
able to adduce on this most important conceded by all who remember our Guads have made a very happy choice,
subject. helplessness in the past whenever a astle military experience and knowl-
Premising that I have but small ac- fire occurred. edge that he gained at the Institute
quaintance with the details of such or- Mr. Bennet afterwards built a street will be of great benefit to them.
ganizations, and shall therefore not at- railway from the depot of the Seaboard


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A PRETTY WEDDING



Mr uartermnan and Miss 1c-

t-_ Dougall lDnitd



IT WAS A QUIET AFFAIR

a
At ghe Elegant Suburban Homc of the
'Bride's Pareuts.


'l llahassee has never beon t1(he s-cen
of a. more beautiful wedding than was
thai which yesterday joined for life
Mr. -Wallace S. Quartermnan and Miss
.Niary McDougall.
T'ie ceremony was pel formed at the
spacious ai'l lovely residence of the
briqe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Mc-
DoQgall. Rev. Wallace S. Quarterma;in,
Sr.,:father of the groom, olficiatted, as-
sisted by Rev. S. L. McCarty, pastor ot
tlx 'Tallahassee IPresbyterian C('hurh.
'Tie wedding party entered tihe drw-
ing:room, which was gorgeously decor-
atel with Florida smilax, qsp)i,. I'os-
ton ferns, begonias, wistaria. Working(
blo(sonis, and a' great ])roflsi')i of 4.-it
llo\1-ers, roses being especial l- abund-
ant' promptly at 11 o'clock.
iomr bridesmaniaids, whose go'.wnis w r(
of 'vliite organize, and each of whom
cal -i'ed a bouquet of violts tied wilh
wh t, s:tini ribbons, led ti," wavy. The,
w' te Miss ElizableIh Pe(.arce andl Mist-
Kai. .Moore, Miss Ites:sie S:axo( n ai
Iils (.tiathli'i ne Mclntoush. Imnt; diel-I ly
pre( di,-li!, the \brin e was tli m1i. oi
hioor. Miss Eliza H. McDnoug-.;l, si:: '.r
of hi bride.. Ilor gown was oft whitc
'or ..'n:l'i1, a4nd !her bouquet of violets
W'v: tied with inI ple satin ribbon. All
of he bride's attendants wore lt-'h')rD
!ias.
a1 he bride's wedding gown was. an
ex diisite creation of blue crepe de
ch he trimmed with white chiffon and
wlite applique lace. She wore and ex-
ce lingly beautitil white hat
lie lovely bride, escorted by her
fa er. was met immediately under the
iunisually handsome floral wedding-
bell by the groom, and the marriage
<'eiemony was marked by ibauitiful
si plicity.
Softer the service a dainty wedding
lii ieh wis enjoyed by the bridal party
attihc residence of the bride's parents,
.ar41 the happy young couple left (arly
in- the afternoon to spend a couple ot
nv.eks with friends and relatives ir-
Svannah, Ga.
.\ pretty incideiht occurred wlhn', tlit
I)l(!c ascended the stairs of !he' hon'
to prepare for the journey. At the oine
ofi the stairway she (ut the. riblb.c.
witich bound the small cluster- lotuiii
that she carried. These small clusters
e;:ch containing suggestive :-ouv-nirs
fe-1l to the floor below and we;.' ,-..a',.rly
e t(. discover what symilolic n'.nntie.
hi(i fallen to ler lot.
\All of the ofli, 'rs of tl,,- ;"i'*-t N::a-
tilnal Bank. with wlii-h Mr. ).,;rt r-
nan is connected, drove to t! e r. Si-
mn:;tl is connected. drove to :i!' r,'i-
d ince' in a hantl mOne -. ;;i' ii ;i 'v;i 1'-
toi'r nia!gnificent d!nak h;i: -'r. and
i v. w-ici'h, after tl> ',' ,e ,,a.. t; hy
di'Ove to the d<; t. Ji-' i'I e th
w'dd(iml party. Tia't w di!;;;a was
tiitife lprivate, only rel.ti .'ce of tlh'e
i'ridl- and grooni being in a;t. ti'ilI-e.
The entire party went to h,- drh-:ot to
see Mr. and Mrs. Quartermnpn o.iT, andi /
thei customary rice and trad;; a;iial ol


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slioes were decidedly in evidence.
"The presents received were many andi
elegant, coming from many parts of
the United States and Canada.

READING FOR CONVICTS.
Three boxes of books were forward(
to the convicts by Mrs. R. HI. (ambl
during the past ten days, viz: to Capt
P. Kersey, Istachitta, Hernando couni ',
ty, Fla.; Capt. W. G. Hillman, Flora
City, Citrus County, Fla.; Capt. C. A
Neal, Alachua County, Fla. Mrs. Ganid
ble wishes papers and magazines sel
to her for this object by the ladies a;,
gentlemen of Tallahassee. J

CAT WITH SEVEN LEGS.
Mr. Henry Raker, a Wakulla cou
subscriber to The Tallahasseean, ca
to town Monday and brought with
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SWKLY 'TAT IA'ASSEEAN, TUR8D *.. Y, APRIL 1901.
THE WEEKLY TALHA ASSEEAN, THURSDAY 7Z 1901.


TIPw",


M LEGISLATIVE A
Cocun ned from Fir
'The questionn of the m
ca "al and profitable
tSte connicts is one that
i%9 In Any light in which
'W*pwed and is claiming t
aMt same of the best mi
-nary- Bearing in mind
"aJn VwiMth a class, of
save Deen convicted of '
kthe laws of the State, an
haft the .penalty of the la'
Axg that the number of co
:tantly increasing, the q
Akow our convicts shall be
"obtain the best results fo
the convict and the least
tax payer is one that d
-M st careful e6nsideratiom
-Mot lOeaight of the fact t
cof good there is in the c
Fbe encouraged, that as 'fa
"reform may accompany
'Thbt the convict should
for his own good is mo
.and does not admit of si
r-adiction.
The question of labor
"walls, or labor in the
msnills and on turpentine
"todemned in some. see
proper restrictive legisla
'ployment of convicts in
a3hould have a more hum
,rncx- on prisoners that
walls. There can be no
the sunlight, healthy an
.and one-door exercise isI
health of the convicts
inent in a prison necessary
the space that must be
.?ach convict.
While we have no desi
bthe present lease conti
investigation shows that ti
SAnd -paying for the conv
ploy, under their sub-leas
Sin -excess of the price the
tractor leased them at, p
from $60 to $180 per year
'vict 'The policy of the
ever, as to her convicts si
--BRA.DLEY
,.entirely on the profits t
*derived from their hire.
laws are made for the
":people and property, and
tratioh of our convict s
look to the moral welfare
actionn as well as the safe k
'aenvicts, utilizing the
,convicts, making the sam
.also perfectly proper, so
.3ate keeping, health and
is looked after. Labor i,
necessityy in all penal ins
well being of the convict
idleness in prison result
v ie convict more vicious
:attending evil.
A careful examination
,'eat systems relative to th
icts ieads us to the -fo
,liusions:
A change should be
present system of leasin


Bad lio

1Breeds Hu
Boils, Pimples, Erupti
Sores, Debility, Langu
Kidney Troubles, Indi
That Tired Feeling,
All of which Hood's
.Vnes, by purifying, ec
-ritalizing thlie blood. ,
Blood tro,,les, left u
easee and multiply .,itl
asr the weeds and this


Ithe soil.
They need the same
nent, too.
They should be rooted


HO 0

(Sarsapa
,Stops 'the breeding of d
,And impurities in the blo
It also imparts vitality
raad that means a stro
body as well as a clear
You will look better
t er if you begin taking
g rilla TODAY. It

Purifi


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*"--My aon had pimples on
ralter a while became a m
"I began giving him Hoo
S ad soon the sores were ge
"They finally'healed wi
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tBSTRAACT
At Page. "'dpj
iost humane, CIz
working of ,
is far reach-
,h it may be "
thii attention iA .# &
nds of this A
d that we are ati
people. who mi ativey b
crimes under e a ntl
id are suffer- i ae sickly
w, and realiz- to try ~*a
nvidts is con- vem will
question as to Mae.
Employed to J ohkae's
r the good of
burden to the .


Railroads and Telegraph Mr.
Davidson, of Gadsden, chairman;
Messrs. Campbell, Corbett, Smith,
ma v ICrawford, Hendry, Close.
I al Bab* i Corporations-Mr. Griggs, of Prank-
y lin, chairman; Messrs. Wolfe, Ander-
NDRUG C son, Chambers, Parish of Holmes,
NKIN DRUG CSparkman, Raulerson.
recommend Pit", Ca'r Constitutional Amendments Mr.
*strongly. I nma My. Raney, of Leon, chairman; Messrs.
lby's liI eto e w. Palmer, Clarke, Amos, Davidson.
ly de all other wh t Mining and Phosphate-Mr. Jack-
orda l eat o M fe son, of Citrus, chairman, Messrs.
m ttle Ia" Wham Sledge, Rivers of Alachua, Gunn, John-

.LIZZIE MU ,AT. son, Gillen, McElroy.
S LIZZIe.MUMa Public Printing-Mr. Parish of
IStato Ga. Holmes, chairman; Messrs. Bates,Burr,

99 Blair, Shomaker, Hunter.


deserves your I W V" ]
n. You should &**of S VPf t
that whatever c
onvict should
ar as possible
punishment. fo victs. It is safe to say that J.1
be employed while 'at this time the convicts are in D
'rally certain, demand at remunerative prices for
successful con- their labor, the day will come when c
the State will have to care for and
within prison work them. We believe this an oppor-
fields, mines, tune time for the State to reform her
farms, while mode of handling her prisoners.
actions, under The State should not part with her
tion the em- absolute control of the convicts, their
the open air labor being disposed of in the most
anizing influ- humane and practicable manner.
within prison The S'ate convicts should be con-
question that trolled by a Commission of three monm-.
id balmy air, betrs, whose duties and powers shoulil
better for the .be prescribed by law.
than confine- The State Reform School Fairm, at
rily limited to 'lariarnna, in Jackson county, shou lid
occupied by 4be established as a State lennttentiy,
vThere all femal-s, aged, infirm and ali
re to criticise onvicts under the age of fifteen years,
ract, our in- should be placed and employed at such
he sub-lessees Larm work as they are able to perform.
icts they em- The Commission should also be given
ses, prices far -ower to establish two more farms at
original con- such points as may be most acceptable
)rices ranging in the different sections of the State,
for each con- Sneeze and Blow.
State, how- That is at ai i u r, u-t do when yx,.
should not rest ,nve catartaIi :n the hi,-ad. rhe way t
'*uie this dis. ase is to purify ithe ll o
hat might be vt h Hi111d'. ,Sir-;p;,iilla. T'his inm l,
Our criminal *' e s'ols lsmd lihe:l-s I i:ilt tile sutir-
Our criminal ,c, r bn Ms the .ll--^ un,,.. n.
(icis, ri,-bh lIds.the ih-t ov to.etit-: a, .
safety of our pprmtamme.y cule.s cat- rrh 1y -xi selling
the adminis- fo'> ill- ih l od thi. scroltulous iianii
system should a ,n w .i* it eipei.ds, 13B re ti g,-
e and reform- lo*'s.S
keeping of the The non-rritatin .* itihart;-H o'-II ;,('
labor of the ldiii-.
e profitable is
long as their when in their opinion it may be neces-
moral welfare -ary. In this connection, the establish-
s an absolute ng of one or both of the farms at some,
titutions; the Joint where there is plenty of hard 2
t requires it; ock accessible. to transportation,
ts in making should if possible be done, using the v
with all its :onvicts at such times as not otherwise
employed, in preparing rock for the
of the differ- ,'oads and streets of the State, the A
e card of con- state furnishing the rock to such coun-
llowing con- .ies as want to make rock roads, at
zost price at the farm, and disposing
made in our f the surplus to municipalities and
g and caring railroads for street making and bal-
lasting railroads. We believe per- '
manent and better roads would result v
0l from this than in any other way of
using convict labor. ,
Sm ors This committee has prepared a
bill, embodying their views, a copy of
ons, ihe bill being a part of this report.
ior, E. S. CRILL,
gestion and J. W. WATSON,

Sarsaparilla J. T. BERNARD,
Inrichinig and Members of Committee. c
The following is the title of the bill
ncheeked, in- accompanying the above report:
a. ii'iurally By Mr. Crill: Senate Bill No. 38: To
tles infestintg create a Prison Commission for the
State of Florida, to define their duties,
radical treat- powers and compensation; to provide
out in ring. for the purchase of certain lan is and
for the erection thereon of a Penitenti-
) ary in which to keep and maintain
Certain State convicts; to provide for
*i l the utilization of convict labor there-
Sf La on; to place the Statae Reform School
under the charge and control of said
liseaso germs Commission; to provide for the hiring
ood. of certain convicts; to provide for an
Sand richness, appropriation to carry out the pur-
ng, vigorous poses of this act, and for other pur-
healthy skinet poses. Referred to the Committee on
Hood's Sarsa- Judiciary.
The Senate then worked on bills
on second reading the remainder of
ei the day's session.
eS HOUSE, APRIL 4.


0 f The House met pursuant to adjourn-
OO ment, the Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to their
e can. names:
his face, which Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
iass of sores. son, Bates, Blair, Blanton, Broward,
3d's Sarsaparilla Buford, Burr, Clarke, Close, Crawford,
tting better. Corbett, Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Duck-
thout leaving a
Willow Avenue, worth, Gillen, Godfrey, Harvell, Hen-
dry, Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, Ja_-
coby, Johnson, Jones, Lee, L'Engle,
McElroy, McGiffin, McRae of Putnam,
Osteen, Parrish of Holmes, Parrish of
Manatee, Pinholster, Redding, Rivers
I of Columbia, Shomaker, Sledge, Smith,
SSparkman, Thomas, Wall, Wilson,


Engrossed Bills-Mr. McRae, of
Pasco, chairman; Messrs. Godfrey,
Grant, Osteen, Thomas, Koonce, Ja-
oby.
Enrolled Bills-Mr. Davis, of St.
lohns. chairman; Messrs. Whaley,
)owden, Chambers, Hopkins.
State Inctitutions-Mr. Wolfe, of Es-
amniia, chairman; Messrs. Clarke,Red-
Caught a Dreadful Cold.
M1:i,,n Koke, manager for T. M.
i'ir'i.p oni. I; ig. importer of fine mnil
. : go. -*'\s: -hirin, tie late s,-ver.
.t-,-Ih r 1 <;1ahi;I a dreadful cold whie-lt
i'-L fnil" awnhke at i.i lr and ialeit- I11
.ilii '11 ;lttelh mty work during tiheIdav.
)I,,. -o my ymill:ivers w.is taking ('h man
;V lam ,' t.'<>oilih lt-enedy fo,)r a severet'
,i'l, ;4 ilh"lt ii", vl:'.h seom d to re
-\~e } e i qjii-l,:-'v that I I igh' sfie-
*1 i -*f.* it ;In evd lik"e muit anll I
"';ilr t> Iilmpt.vz' :ilt i(ne. I til 11n 1w
i .' o. .' ; *i'i ;*- l very pl:*ts-d t,,
,i ,-I., .")ui !t, .rits." F, .-f s-e t\
i .:i; lir'>. :-'fl( vdll IJIUi l!cihii deal
rs.
ing. Y.ouig, ('ampbeli, Amos, Raney.
Pu'i!ic Lands-Mr. Wilson, of Clay,
chairman ; Messrs. Sparkman, Gillen,
)steen. Bates, Buford, Rivers of Col-
imbia.
Militia and State Troops-Mr. Smith,
Af Volusia, chairman; Messrs. Porter,
:rant. Burr, Harvell.
Privileges and Elections-Mr. Gorn-
o, of Bradford, chairman; Messrs.
hunter, Buford, Palmer, McGiflin,
o'orter. Griggs.
Mr. Umstead, of Suwannee, chair-
nan; Mes-srs. Dowden, Williamson,
i'homas, Brown, Rivers of Columbia,
Reduing. Lee, Broward.
I',;: lic Roads and Highways-Mr.
Painier, of Orange, chairman;
Mvl'-s:,,s. : ,ro.iward, Jacoby, Gornto,
lodfrey, Williamson, Hopkins.
Claims--Mr. Wall, of Putnam,
chairman; Messrs. Amos, Duckworth,
acksaon. Pinholster, Young, Rivers
af Columbia.
Fisheries-Mr. Raulersop, of Bre-
ard, chairman; Messrs. Parrish of
FREE BLOOD CURE.
An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers.
Is your blucol pure? Are you sure ot
I? Do cuts or s,'ratth-s heal slowly ?
),ws your skin it,-h or burn? Have youll
Pimples? Eruptriris? Aching Bones or
Back? Ecze," a? Old Sores? Boil-?
icrofula? Rheumnatis.tm? Foul Breath?
,atarrh? Are you Pale? If so pur fy
lour blood at once with B. B. B. (Botanic
3lto.d Bahlm). It makes the Blood Pure
lid Rich, heals every sore and gives a
Olear, sno- th, he:dthy skin. D ep-
peaterd eases like ulcers, cancer, eating
*,res. Painful Swellings, Blood Poison
ire quickly cured by B. B B., made es
,ecially for all obstimat' Blood and Skin
I'r,ulhhes. B. B. B. is different from
>thl r remedies because B. B. B. drains
lie Poisons and Humors out of the
loodl and entire system so the symp'ontx.
a;innot return. Give it a trial. It cures
wlien all else fails. Thoroughly tested
or 30 years. Sold at drug scores at $1
per large bottle, 6 large bottles(full treat-
ment). $.i. So sufferers may lest it, a
trial tbttie given away absolutely free.
Writ4 f,,r it. Addreis BLOOD BALM CO.,
524 M~itchell St.. Atlanta, (Ga. Write to-
dv. DeI-cribe trouble and free medical
advice given.
Manatee, McElroy, Griggs, Hendry,
Corbett, Crawford.
Public Health-Mr. Porter, of Mon-
roe, chairman; Messrs. Zewadski,
Young, McGiffin, Bufori.
Temperance-Mr. Huter, of Ham-
ilton, chairman; Messrs. Duckworth,
Gunn.i
Census-Mr. Pinholster, of Brad-
ford, chairman; Messrs. Blanton,
Blair, Dowd, Gunn.


Rules-Mr. Koonce, of Sumter,
chairnian; Messrs. Jacoby, Duck- !
worth! Rivers of Alachua, Wall.
Unfinished Business-Mr. Redding,
of Madison, chairman; Messrs. Um-
stead, Shoemaker, Dowd, Wilson.
Journal-Mr. McEloy, of Levy,
chairnian; Messrs. Harvell, McRae
of Putnam, Shoemaker, Gillen.
Legislative Expenses-Mr. Russell,
of Monroe, chairman; Messs. Ander-
son, Jones, Blanton, Blair, Bown,

A TEXAS WONDER.
,Hall's Great Discovery.
One mniull bottle of Hall's Great Dis
cover cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gra -el, cures diabetes,
semnnal emissions, weak and lamer"
hbcks, rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men
and w7/rnn -.rl nlatna i blahddo. *.tnikll,


,rivers


of Alachua.


City and County Organization-Mr. I
.larke, of Jefferson, chairman;
Messrs. Williamson, Godfrey, Cham-
bers, Gornto, Fulton, Jackson.
Agriculture-Mr. Dowden, of Polk,
chairman; Messrs. Anderson, Corbett,
Burr, Dowd, Whaley.
Indian Affairs-Mr. Crawford,
chairman; Messrs. Raulerson, Um-
stead, Parrish of Holmes, McRae of
Pasco.
Canals and Drainage-Mr. Hendry,
of Lee, chairman; Messrs. McRae of
Putnam, Sledge, Thomas, Close, Par-
ish of Manatee, Johnson.
State Prisons-Mr. Gant, of Suwan-
nee, chairman; Messrs. L'Engle, Pin-
holster, Lee, Davis, Koonce, Whaley.
Appropiations-Mr. Fulton, of Her-
nando, chairman; Messrs. Wolfe,
Dowden, Hendry, Campbell.
Game-Mr. Brown, of DeSoto, |
chairman; Messrs. Jacoby, McRae of
Pasco, Smith, Hopkins.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND
RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Harvell, H. R. No. 3-No
committee be allowed to employ any
clerical aid without the consent of
House. Adopted.
By Mr. Davis, H. R. No. 4-To pro-
vide for appointment of a committee
to investigate the failure of the In-
dustrial Insurance and Banking Com-
pany, to make returns to the Comp-
tioller of the State of Florida as re-
quired by law, and to suggest needc'l
legislation in reference thereto.
fly Mr. Zewadski, II. R. No. 5-
That the Judiciary Committee be al-
lowed a clerk. Adopted.
B1y Dr. L'Eng!e of Duval, Ht. IR. No.
6*-That the Committee on Finance
and Taxation be allowed a clerk.
Adopted.
By Mr. Wilson. H. B. No. 8-Pro-
viding a punishment for the violation
of all laws in the State of Florida
where the punishment is not other-
wise provided for by statute. Re-
ferred to Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Wilson, H. B. No. 9-To
empower the courts of the State of
Florida to review the action of the
County Cimmissioners of the several
counties of the State of Florida by
writ of mandamus. Referred to Judi-
-iary Committee.
By Mr. Rivers, H. B. No. 10-To
prohibit persons from hunting or fish-
ing on enclosures without the con-
sent of the owner. Referred to Judi-
ciary Committee.
By Mr. Rivers. H. B. No. 11-To
i-eapeal section 10 of an act entitled
repeal section 10 of an act entitil"
of Florida to fence their tracks, t(
provide the time and manner in
which fence shall be constructed, and
to provided the measure of damages
for cattle killed or injured by trains
or engines on railroads not fenced,
and provide for payment of attorney's
fees and double damages for the kill-
ing or injury to domestic live stock
under certain conditions by the com-
panies refusing or neglecting to fence
their roads as required. Approved
June 5, 1899, and designated as Chap-
ter 4706, Laws of Florida. Referred to
Comrn. on Railroads ard Telegraphs.
By Mr. Jackson, H. B. No. 12-
Limiting the time in which elections
held under Article 19 of the Consti-
tution may be contested. Referred to
Comn. on Privileges and Elections.
By Mr. Burr, H. B. -No. 13-Provid-
ing for arrests without warrants. Re-
ferred to Comn. on Jut.,iciary.
By Mr. Brown, H. B. No. 14-To
divide the State of Fl rida into three
Congressional districts; in accordance
with an act of Congret. of the United


States. Approved the day of
-- Laid over.
By Mr. Jones-To alhend Section 3,
F


Every $man loves to think of the
time when a soft little body, all her
own, will nestle in her bosom, fully
sati!fy!ng the yearning which lies in
the h:-rt of every good woman. But
yet there is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture in her mind
whi h fill her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of t-.e joy of motherhood. And yet it
need not be so. For sometime there
has been upon the market, we!l-known
and recommended by physicians, a
liniment called

Koibefs Eimend
which makes childbirth as simple and
easy as nature intended it. It is a
strengthening, penetrat.r. 1niment,
which the skin readi-y absorbs. It
gives the musclcsel2Sitcity .ond vigor,
prevents sore breasts, mocrn '. g s':
ness and the loss of the g.irli-h i '.;.
An intclli-c-t miotnr i-n ,rt.e-, :' .,


Chapter 4569, Laws of Florida, .;en-
titled an act to establish a Battalion
of Naval Militia of the State of Flor-
ida, approved -June 4, 1897. Referred
to Com. on .Militia.
By Mr. Jones, H. B. No. 16-For the
relief of Leslie.E. Brooks for services
as stenographer in Circuit Court of
Escambia county, Florida. Referred
to Com. on Judiciary.
By Mr. Young, H. B. No. 17-To


,make valid certain ins
fectively acknowledged a-(.
the record of the same t oty
parties. Referrd to ('oa.
ciary.
By Mr. Parih.i, II. i No
regulate the 'ari vieg of pi,
ferred to the (o ,. ,;: .Jiiciari
By Mr. lCniidr:. l. ; ..
amend Sectioun I ,f C(apter 4171,
(C o.>t .i '. ,, i Pafp. .


The Kind You Have Alwa3+.. Doiulit, and im hiaim ii e
in use for over 30 y-ear.I'm"'I borcie thme 5i-'I'hmttm of

fl~l~~li~% be:, Ita~l( liii) (his 4r.
.All Cotunterfeits, Iutit~atiom., and stil,..it sitt'-.am..t I-~.
im-rimlenlts that triple -%vitl* iilei~m~m m-~imo
Infants anid Chl.dren---I;;wrieinc'e a. i. A -ime


What is


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and Sm4l1it'Sr ips t.is; U... n) 11--,ia 2.-'~ I t
conftaitis utei(ther Opium, Io~laele'o i: ~(~i
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S8tomac~h aced Bowels, .g-iviiog' het...0my 1Y kild l':eh im*.Jcvp.
The Children's Patmcca-.-T'iic 3Mt he-r's Iric-mi.

CENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS

Bears tbe'Signaiture of


The Kind You Have Always Boiught

SIn .Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR CONPAYT. T7 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITV.









Victims of malignant Blood Poison a m4U&
fula were formerly look-: 'I*.il
Fearful >of conta..usf, their friend
\ \ them cotnpannnship and nmeicali
denied them hope. Their life "wow
S \ than death and their only ,reiefth
grave. Manysuch caseswere spedafly
sad from the factthat the sufferersco-
K traced disease by accident or heredt"
and through no fault of their owl.
Modern civilization looks with sxyum
thetic consideration upon all cases ofbloo 4
poisoning, and medical science, after
ing for centuries in darkness, has inr
evolved a ctre. Despair vanishes like an ea
spirit. Hope shines forth like a glorlsi
sunrise.

y t p p p

*\ (1,ippman's Great Remedy.)

This sovereign Specific cures all forms l
I Blood Poisoning in both men 'and women.
P. P.r1. is a permanent cure for RheumatiAm.
Sp. P. P. is the only logical treatment fog
Catarrh and the only remedy for Catarrh ki
advanced stages.
P. P. P. cures Dyspepsia in all its mana"o
forms and is a general tonic superior to all
S1sarsaparilla,.
Sold by all druggists. One dollar a bottW
Six bfttlei for five dollars.
S LIPPMAN BROTHERS,
PROPRIETORS,
Lippn an Block, Savannah, 0


ardware,- Hardwar, Crockeryware.

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'ti stwc1 and Iron. A full tine of Swe1 -J~ (I~-~4~ .m',
L~mm44,lama'COiuspinraori, WlxiStlesSLeain G1,11 0 k~ tl b
Msoa lull linac of Rubber add L, ier Below.~ 1,~-~L i 'rc,e
an] S-i -un Patktn-. A full line o(f d~rr.1,!-i4 awl ti Im'.~ '
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HAY, APRIL 11.1".1.
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,fttItll. BANNER A L L n the appointment of receivers. Re-.
the most healing salve In the tworit erred to the Com. on Judiciary. !
SCHURCH By Mr. Zewadski, H. B. No. 28-To 1,I
E~ Rci M. E Mabry, Pa- allow and regulate cheap insur nce '
t*or, r t. "saliath School 9:15A. FOiey S Kidney Cure companies to do business in State. -
A.- *eonpday at 7:* ~MP. 1r .
Prayer e r. "m o c -A rB.Wattig !k fd ,r Referred to Com. on Judiciary. ; FO Oest treat t
N" i' T aching at the old R~.emi By Mr. Zewadski, H. B. No. 29--To Fo Jo t .
r y"c thl-idunday at a11 m.an dl 7 r: X amend Section 4 of Chapter 4338, Or o to Dr. e
-.,-,'i. -,:n n m. e.v n. u.,a .,r t IOey S ioney and Tar Laws of Florida, being an act to pro- '- greatt reputation is
0b1. i,' c:i'g 4,ui4day night, 7:30 o l ek. forcAhMtw a4.srir N oplatS. vide for establishing, working and re- ___t .. ... .
Pt "uI'.'" Ie.d arir y pairing, and maintaining the public ated or IIeic;d-
:r. -"' will be h P.ld regularly every T
S* at IIy.u p .ite are Foley" HOney and Tar roads and bridges of the several coun- -:: .1
free a,'i t.,c 1.iimlic ol'rdlaly invited t a*at- g
free a i... 00,.0,I : A. M. Player ties of this State, and to provide :pen- r. .; en...,: r-< ; ;
tend l n .u t A. ni m heis is :i Astos oughsr i al
eten .' .:3 .M. Uniod Chri- allies for failure thereof. Referred *,
Si.an, I"i.t M. Pr', ene" LEGISLATIVE ABSTRACT. to Com. on Judiciary. :. ,-
*. -p at S eh. om. and 7 p. in. ByMr. Dowden, H. B. No. 30-To
S u uday School at. 10 a. m. ( tniuit is ro1 Pag ) bl 2 .tr
ever. UIt ti'WedI't@day 7 p. m. A cordial Phosphate Commissioners and an In- amend Sections 37 and 57 of Chapter ... .
welconm" i't,.i.i- to .ul. spector of Phosphates, and to define 4869, being an act entitled an act to .
.i" I.ti'AiA. Cnuin. Dr. W. H..
ST user Pr~achini e S .: Fridlevn grant the right to inephosphate in ment of the city of Lakeland, in thel .
vice t -.:, I: \1. Sundav School at R A.,. grn te r
View ,.t I,L.J I. .g, i ,- the beds of navigable waters of the county of Polk and State of Florida,
r ,. ,it, -and Sermon att vA. M" State of Florida upon certain condi- and to establish, organize and consti-
&oY I' M \a stt r" f.ti li e iie- I
Cat tions, and to prohibit persons from tute a municipality to be known as -...
'i i:t. A.M. mining unlawfully the same. Referred Lakeland, and to provide for its juris- For appointment of a committee to tstal
', .~ vri ts :The 'TI '.!A it alet-EA to the Com. on Mining and Phos- diction, powers and privileges. Re- v:sit ..ast Florida Semnarvy ;a:1 o
0ie:. phate. "Ir (her r'ifrs -iea. .. ith Florida MiliLary and DEu-
C. ,cr' iNt.'e By Mr. Zewadski, H. B. No. 20- MrT, Winow's S. )thing Syup t.i h1 i.stitlt-. d'(ie,. ; .
Prof.~ ... creating three Congressional Dis- --I'l i;-'ld "EI over fifty ve, by :iI .. s;i s, (' ,: .. N). 1- .
*nPr '. ,mL.day night. ClassMett- tricts in the State of Florida, and de- of ther for t'ieir r->ilr, i,.\v, -' ': .: to a,:ni i~: g ui'l .i;,l (- .;-
x F.BRitNSON, Pastor. fining the boundaries of same, and "il. ,t.t-ir tet uis, aI' I ) -it : r out lon : L:- V ,.
Dt .* I h ll: trh hl ir repealing Sections 57 and 58 of the ,.ind>5. -fte- I,,.I click, andi ;- .:'' .--t (": ,r tl!, ,2,. i. l. ::f :,.! .
tor1 ii i ti' Friday evening of e:eli Revised Statutes of the State of Flor- 0'M" 'ly to .liarrlimea. It will r !. )iii :to t 1- ,.- ..-: : -
I he ;),hir !it,.l,. tilffertr im -:i 'it:. Li .
S.o tl "i:t'r'hly ,, ida. Passed over informally. r rer im. i.
,, t-.;. i rt-tzettd in Cbrial i- r1 4gists tit every part o! I
n" 1' .!' riathe rue idn111 C eh'Mr. By Mr. Zewadski, IH. B. No. 21- 'orl, I w"-ntv-five ce,:t- a li.1 1h. I .. N,. -- 'l;:t v t' pr '. :j
unW.-,' ."i "t lt I L.dt is lI hS't:'" Requiring a special license tax to be tire anii ask for "'Mrs. Winslou'.s- .t,,,ti "a il nmi et to \t~o v l thi .' Vi..- "
HD DL.c. O F paid by telegraph companies doing "' ke no orher kin. ca(' i,;s of the State. Ador't!d. '
.: -: neaT of LEON L )Gi. Ni. business in this State. Referred to ferred to Com. on City and County I, M. le.cdh,- II. n :. :- '.w,
%adg" t. .a ,,'*lock. All nr4, t ,t the Com. on Railroads and Tele- Organization. "') i!; 'oig's.s of the Lni :-,;. '
. oon e iti" to attc N. graphs. By Mr. Harvell, H. B. No. 31-To in 1( :, R* I.. (*,.i ii.. l By Mr. Zewadski, H. B. No. 22- regulate the carrying of concealed 'enilisuli':r of Florida from thr, Al::n-, .
,.. .,K..--t etult r meet t- i to require persons running or operat- weapons in the State of Florida. Re- tic Ocean to the Gulf of Iexic. td IR r .n
nILLA *",wC i,'EN" No 2. are held 0 ?tr'4i
* athaI ";or,.tray'l.venins ol eac motuit. ing log-timber or turpentine carts or ferred to Com. on Judiciary. lhe rl'st time.! '" "
stI In.,s
atl e : .in, ar k.inv.tedto Pttend' wagons, or persons habitually haul- By Mr. Amos, H. B. No. 32-To re- i't yflowing members being ab-
e i. wM (INTOSH. Si..C.P. ing heavy loads on or over the public apportion the State of Florida into s:it on sl)cmal bnsine-s at ;ll c.ull iii,
W. H. CHANCt:EV. Scribe. roads of this .State, to keep the por- Congressional Districts. Laid over. thi: morning, appeared and answered i, it"
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. By Mr. Smith, H. B. No. 33-Provid- to tht(ir names: -
Tallaha-. '. Lodge, No M~2. meetcond We live in a country of whh t h ing or the admission to the practice own Campbell, Chni-
'ad fourth Tr'ity eveningsof each mon" prineipd sc.nune is stonmach-4ruble. Ing for the admission to the practice V
sE E. iHILBRICK, Dictator. It is more wide spread than anvy other of law in the Courts of this State of es, D son, Gornto, ris, ,
W. H. CiiANC.Y. Reporter. di-ea-e, and, very nearly more danger- the graduates of the law departments A Superb (G ip Cure. By
KNGHTS OF PITHIAS. ous. of the John B. Stetson University. .-,, ani..m
Cicero s,,,te Noi. I K. of P.. meetsevery One thing that makes it so dangerous, Referred to the Com. on Judiciary. ,, s. r t.-. .,r l p-'U,.. Ia..
Thursdavy 'v-'iing in Castle Hali. Vibitinui is that it i. s-) little udersltmo y. I ,, limit e r -y ir.,- 1,t (t Ip u .i,. th
gaghts are cordially invite to attend. If it were better understood, it would By Mr. Smith, H. B. No. 34-In re- I a,, Ith .st.-m. 1) -es, it i li. W i,: ll.rov
J. F. HILL, K. of R. 29 be more feared, more easily cured, less nation to the use of bicycles on side- ;,' h.r IT tm ,, m i n-uatrelez+, tilt' ,c.ti.,, e' ll i ii s ,ri.
ST. PAtl LODGE KO. K1 universal than it is now. paths, for licensing bicycles for ,. h ,ra.% lia Ihra.--..s a Utrio vp s..,i 12,
ST.So. those who wiOh to cured. tatke \ n : s n vi
0a it. s. of the K -day even- Shaker Digestive Cordial, thbe useit gates appointment sidepath commissioner, t,,,- 'h.- p. int i l l ,esn er. Wi .o'- title
'l at uht Io'l,,,k. at its Lodge rom up- t' the root of the trouble as no other and for construction, maintenance, wt uk. lwidy ,h weeks ;nt,L.-t turn ,.f -- rati
tairs, one Itor east of the annex of the Opera medicine does. The pure. iatrmles'. cur regulation and preservation of side- te-i ie.iltli. Pr,-e. )0 ceitl si it 'ur. :. i t
louse. All nine-mier of the Order in good %,k rtor ,lhili-i listhliCh ti aIi' Feverl'["igguc.
Wading arc coiialk invited to attend. alive herbs and plants, of which it 's paths by defining the powers and du- "I' kt. Ill.,,., e.on .. and
A. STAFFORD, W. C.J. composed, are what render it so certain ties of commission. Referred to the cial
MASO C. and, at the same time, so gentle a cure tiesof commission. Referred to the il
MASONIC. It helps and strengthens the somiach, Com. on Pub. Rds and Highways. Grant, Koonce, Mclae of Pasco, in- lect
TaerN uiar convoy eaton of lorand R. purifies and tones up the system. By Mr. Rivers, H. B. No. 35-To stead, Whaley, Williamson and Wolfe rere
Srth Mondays of each month at 8 o'clock Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to provide for a uniform system of text -14. and
p3. W.M.MCIwTsH, SR., Secretary. $1.00p bottle books for the public schools of the Adjourned. By
iFRegular meetings Of JACKSON LODOB tion of such road used by them in re- State of Florida, and to provide for To
1, are held on the frs M ays pair. Referred to Judiciary Com. o --- SENATE, APRIL 5. lab
eh month, at 8 o'clock .S.. c Byp air. Referred to Joint R No. Between the ages of fifteen and forty Senate met pursuant to adjourn- prov
w.M_ Mc-li. S.'eretv B- Zy Mr. Zewadski, H. Joint R. No. five, the time when womanhood begis .
24-Proposing an amendment to See- aid nimotherhood ends. it is estimated meant. President in the chair. The fol- mon
rfti rd tions 2 and 4 of Article 5 of the Laws that the aggregate term of woman's suf lowing Senators answered to their eria
H of the State of Florida, relating to fearing is ten years. Ten years out o? names: Mr. President, Messrs Corn
thirty! 'One Ihir4 of the best ljart of a Adams, Baker, Blitch, Broome, But-
R. E.:M. WREVARD. the Supreme Court. Went over un- woman's fe s fic! Think of the er Carson, Cottrell, Crews, Cri ibi
der the. rules. enormou- lies of time! But t me is not ler, Carson Cottrell, Crews, Cll, hibit
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, By Mr. Zewadski, H. Joint R. No. all that is lost. Those ears of suffering Denham, Dimick, Harris, Kirk, Law, .efe
LLAHSE A. 25Proposing an amendment toSec steal the hlom from the cheeks, the Myers, McCaskill, McCreary, Mac- By
o brightness from the eyes, the fairness Williams, Neel, O'Brien, Palmer of scri
tion 8 of Article 5 of the Constitution from the form. They write their record l ams Neel O Palmer of cri
.B. w. WALKt of the State of Florida relating to the in many a cre; se and wrinnkle. What a' 14th, Peacock, Rogers, Rouse, Whid- ,f J
S -- Judicial Circuits. Referred to the boon then to woman, is Dr. Pierce's Fa den, Sams, Wilson of 4th, Wilson of Judg
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Corn. 'on Const. Amendments. vorite Prescription. It promotes perfect 7th, Wadsworth and Williams-32. dicia
Office over Capital City Bank. By Mr.' Zewadski, H. Joint IR. No. heals ulcratn, cures female wknes INTRODUCTION OF RESOLU-
SALILAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 26-Proposing amendments to Sec- and establishes the delicate womanly or TIONS. proh
1H tions 8, 9 and 10 of Article 5, of the gan in vigorous and permanent health. By Mr. William, S. R. No. 5-That for
,i ol re n No other medicine can do fFr woman the President shall appoint a corn- limi
D T. MYERS. Constitution of Florida, relating to what is done by Dr. Pierce's Fa~voree mittee of five on Clerical Aid, and are
ATTORNEY AT LAW, to Comn. on Const. Amendments. -- that to this committee shall be re- viol
L [D. By Mr. Zewaddski, H. B. No. 21- commissioners for the selection there- ferred all requests for clerical help mitt
TALLAHA8BE. FLORIDA. Enlargin the chancery jurisdiction for. Referred to the Com. on Educa- for investigation, and report to this
*B -- E r ttion. booy
E, LEWIS, IE TIST. ^ S Titing for YOi. By Mr. Williams, H. B. No. 26- Mr. Williams moved adoption. Stame
A t in whiYh you TA1.TAH[ASSEE, FTORTIDA lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick- of instruction and for the transporta- The President appointed the follow- gr
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles tion of the Naval Militia of the State ing as the committee: Messrs. Rogers. B
rad ato e 1894, Universi8ty Mai'ylaid, and a thousand other ills are caused by of Florida for the years 1901 and Harris, O'Brien, Biitch and McCaski!l. Am
B~1miore; Post Graduate 1893, constipation and sluggish liver. Casca- 1902, and to provide for the expenses At Mr. Williams' request he was ex-
Saskell SchooL COlcago. new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic necessary for the proper equipment, caused. A


are by all druggists guaranteed to cure instruction and maintenance of the By Mr. Denham, S. R. No. 6-That mer,
H W Preservation of Natural Teeth, or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure ForjAq. Naval Militia. Referred to the Secretary be instructed to prepare med
Gold Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal thing. Try a box to-day; 10c., 25c., 50c. the Com. on Appropriations. a daily calendar for the use of the Prod
Plates a Specialty. Gas administered. Sample and booklet free. See our big g Mt B ad ave 2 o e te e
1-1V y d. By Mr. Blain, H. Con. R. No. 3- Senate, and have 200 copies printed e
each day, as per contract made with and,
J. H. W ILLI4MS, the State Printer for publishing same. Wig
UN.D..mMr. Denham moved its adoption.
GUN AND LOCKSITH, Agreed to.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. By Mr. Brome, S. B. No. 39-To
Repair all kinds of Household articles of
"U yday use. TrnunkS, Bags, Satcbels, LOCk.l
KeyM, Pastnin Gunss P l, Shooting Out Sere Eyes.Precede Blindness.
mShope on jefferson Street, near New When the children's eyes are sore.
C Stark work done on short noticeand look- out! Don't let a simple trouble DOI
slow oriceq 3c l-tt g ruin them for life. Get a lx)ttle of the
enuine John R. Dickey's Old Reliable
-. Eye Water and use it at once. It doesn't Patr
J F HILL i hurt the sorest eyes and the gi x effect
ILL, is almost immediate. Tne genuine is
always enclosed in a red canrton. At
ent's sh g Goods, 00 Wight & Bro.'s Drug Store.

SNEWS EMPORIUM

SCIGAR STORE eeln
111nroe Street, opposite St. James A Gd
lect stock of Gent's' F t rnihings, i- 0 i
ranl stock or Stationery. That's the way it begins. Li
disturb you. You are irritable
Latest Lines of Redable Booksa and wory over trifles. Your hc
SCHOOL BOOKS, Leading MaO and states at every sudden
Zires, Periodicals and Daily Pa- can't concentrate your mind
Pm, always on hand. t concentrate yourmind
*Oh ee line wof garsand Tobacco work, your memory fails and y'
choice line of ceep wcl at night. In the no

nrng courteous -o rTtoig feel weak and exhausted, with
-Aering courteous to e- tite for food and no ambition fc
wermnatkfull anluso it a aham at e o 0v -


FOR YoU:
mw


it and a speedy cure write
wton Hathaway whose
a sufficient guarantee of
n- atoffive -
%.oSUAftationo Dbymalla .

y Urinary Painfuls
It tT o Frequent, Bloody or Milky Urine,
ii tu.'tional diseases of the lleart., LungS
ver anid Stomach; also Catarrh, Rupture.
:* iiumiatismt, ile'i, Fistula and all Br od
id Skin Diseases and all Female Diseasem
.:;t,'i ac-ordin to the latest and b
'tliod.s kn:iwn to medical science.
,,^ IBy eorrespon-
TreaiB eni detce always sie-
i'. Write Fir freebook just published ant
L.lM t,:;ik.4f you calot call.
J. it.EWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
Dr. Uathaway &Co.,
- is ti seet, savatnn:al, Gga.

Ilish a law uniform with .the laws
O h(r .tiai"S r-elative to (livor,-ei
'P-lre a :'d divor'-e from -the bo nd
: 'i

  • -.? -.:." c I. N'). !"1 To r.e-
    : : of I.: for r-
    I r:n";:. I :s i,(l8 equp .;;.u S m ili


    iii' ci'p aw

    cc '4 'c2 u 4)A, '1'-at .1
    I. '-' Ls. -)0 4- it1 $100. iiN
    i w m a- .ss 1 11 i It~~-~t eml' d i'


    !nelivents to Section 9 of Article


    , of the Constitution. Referred to
    mittee on Judiciary.
    Mr. M,'-Creary, S. B. No. 11-To
    nrid Section 3 of Chapter 4537 of
    Laws of the State of Florida, ap-
    ed June 7, 1,97, of an act entitled
    act to amend Section 2, 3, 4, 6, 10,
    22, 24, 25, 31), 37, 10, of an act en-
    d an act to provide for the regis-
    on of all legally qualified voters
    he s-veral counties of the State,
    to provide for general and spe-
    elecl.ions, and for the returns of
    ions, approved May 25, 1895.. Re-
    ed to Committee on Privileges
    Elections.
    y Mr. MacWilliams. S. B. No. 42-
    protect contractors, mechanics,
    rers and material men, and to
    ide for the summary collection of
    eys due them for wages or ma-
    ls furnished. Referred to the
    mitt-ie on Organized Labor.
    Mr. Neel, S. B. No. 43-To pro-
    t the carrying of arms secretly.
    r'red to Committe on Judiciary.


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    ttle lings
    e, restless
    heart jumps
    noise, youth
    on your
    ou do not
    ring you
    no appe-
    6r exertion


    - -Maimu faitviis-

    4-CORS, SASH, BLIND,

    " And Bfiliers, Sni"lie
    ?OULDING AND BUILDING MATERIAi.
    CHARLESTON, S. C.
    -4:3-ly


    DESIGNS S
    PATIENTS N CRIGS
    A C A PATTABY f
    Book "How toobtain Patenft"
    ges moderate. Nofee till patents d.
    SLetter strictly confidentiaL Add.cm, 1
    6. MGM, Paa Lwy, Wam DC.


    Mr. Neel, S. B. No. 44-To pre- -
    be the mode of procedure in courts I Everybody Says So.
    justices of the Peace and County Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the mos-u
    ges. Referred to Committee on Ju- wonderful medical discovery of the age..
    Lry. '-asant and refreshing to .he tasle, act.
    SMr. Butler, S. B. No. 45-To etly an(li litively on kidneys, liie-
    Mr. Butler, S. B. No. 45-To nd wels. cleansing the entire system .
    Mibit the sale and transportation tflispel colds, cure headache, fever, bab-
    sale of fresh water fish beyond the jtual constipation and biliojus.eeW.
    ts of the county in which they rPlease tuyv and try a. lxx of C. C. C. to -
    av "10, 25). 50 cent!. Sold and guarar,,
    caught,. and to fix a penalty for -. 5 in. el and guara~.-
    ation thereof. Referred to Corn-
    ee on Fisheries.
    y Mr. Butler, S. B. No. 46-To JOSE IP DUNCAN,
    nl Section 145 of the Revised
    utes. Referred to Committee on I
    culture. .-
    y Mr. Wilson of 7th. S. B. No. 47- Dealer in Marble Foreign a&jm
    end Section 1 of Chapter 47S oft. on es'ic. Orders Fillhd on Short Notive
    (Continued on Sixth Page.) his cuts and prices t-fore si-ndim
    e *innev ouisile the.State. 44-17 "


    re yol sick? If so, live sti.ale tlih'i
    its of HerLine. It is a concentr;Ate
    icine. the dose is smnll. y-t it quickly W A
    lees the most gratifying re-u;t-x, ion improves, the lips and cheieks -
    their palor, the eye tecniews bright -
    the step elat-tic. Price, 50O cent. '
    ht & Bro.


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    a


    . NOWLIN.


    N 0vo0u

    "Worry overwork brought on
    nervous prost ito i and I got almost no
    sleep at all. 0j e entirely unfitted for
    business and t.avyed in hopes of finding
    relief. After jvsi'ing several sanitariums
    and spending. eve.al thousand dollars in a.
    vain search ft' health, I returned home
    worse than er. It took only twenty
    bottles of Dr. iles' Nervine to brace me-
    tin. mal 99si m -3 ..an SrMn-"


    S


    I


    SALE STABLES,
    WITH AN.uIACMUM OF
    uble and Single Teams.
    BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.
    ronage Solicited TALLARASe ILA.
    Satisfaction Intended fAl.an R,.
    -0-
    It-epectfully, an REPAIi;
    W. C. TULLY. LACKSMITHING and REPAIR
    r,


    - A A Family Medlelse Chest.
    Ik fmnilt medicine chest for ten cents
    Sa pretty litti- enameled metal box
    im have the means of keeping t"be
    vinle tamui1 I ealthy, from baby togoodl
    ".;1 grand-pa. (io ti your druggist ands
    a bi x of Cascarets (';..udy Cathartic-:
    '" ten ('eilts, and see that you always
    vlie h.ll, in the house. Colic, sidc
    ~ie;l:.ci.'. d.%spepsia, pimples, sleepleks-
    i ri.$ teirnin d.'l netrh e ervy other ail-
    to iire uret-l by sl t-'ie fir. of o -
    1.11tattioni al in that hltle box you havvr
    'ti reme11d ; tir delocer bill, aind pirevc'it serious ill -
    laby tfhei useof the sweet. dainty little*
    ( -t 4 a of Icaly Uthat maki- ui well anii
    L ep1 you well. We rectnaiimned (Caeca-
    Ktlp all eur readers.

    SLargest an lost CoQa 4
    S EEstalilishinim t o0nt


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    THE WEEKLY *ALLAmASSEEAN'

    Sand of Flowers.
    4lbisb-, E 'T -- TrRSDA,- at tthe OftBle-
    -S"uoeStreet'.Tallabassee. Florida.
    OTRIx C. TIaCg, Editor and Proprietor.

    AN IMPORTANT MATTER.
    Of the many important' measures
    already before the Legislature, two
    anemorials presented a few, days ago
    by the State Board of Health may
    be considered the most momentous,
    at this particular time.' They are
    signedd by President W. B. Ilender-
    _. on and Secretary and State HIealth
    SOfficer, Joseph Y. Porter, and the
    first one reads as follows:
    Executive Office, State Board of
    Health of* Florida, Jacksonville, Feb-
    ruary 21, 1901. Whereas, The
    prevalence of small pox throughout
    -ihe United States and its continual
    importation into the State of Florida
    as constantly threatening the public
    health of the State, in spite of the
    ;activity of4The State Hfealth Authori-
    :hies in their attempt to enforce rules
    -and regulations directed to its pre-
    vention and exclusion:
    "Be it it Resolved, by the State
    Board of Health, now in session,
    That our Senators and Representa-
    tive's in the Legislature soon to be
    assembled, be requested to empha-
    size to the people of the State of
    Florida the urgent necessity of the
    .adoption of strict precautions for the
    - -prevention of the disease of small
    pox by the passage of an act for the
    ,.-ompulsory vaccination of the citi-
    zens and residents of the State."
    And the second is in this language:
    "Executive Office, State Board of
    Healthof Florida, Jacksonville, Feb
    mruary 21, 1901. "Whereas, The
    Tortugas group of islands have been
    used by the Treasury Department -the United States for many years for
    location peculiarly adapted to pro
    .tect the health of the Gulf States
    :and particularly in Florida; andl
    "Whereas, Congress has author
    ized the surrender of these islands to
    the Navy Department and hias pro
    vided for the abandonment of th(
    Quarantine Station, located thereoi
    and its removal to Mullet Key oi
    Tampa Bay, which is already by
    license of the United States utilized
    :as a State Quarantine Station, tha
    amply protects the commerce o
    Tampa Bay, and
    "Whereas, The contemplated us
    'of Mullet Key lb the United State
    :as a general Refuge Station fo
    Treatment of vessels with conta
    *gious and infectious diseases in con
    mention with the proposed Quaran
    -. .1 1 1 1.1


    imne Station, 1re
    :the peoplieof Fl(
    nearness of Mi
    thickly settled lo
    Bay, and to th
    Mullet Key.


    atens me neatn o
    rida because of th
    Illet Key, to th
    ,calities on Tamp
    * military post oi


    "Be it Resove(, by the State Boar
    Senators and t1'presentatives of th
    State of Florida in the Legislatur
    .soon to be asserabled, be earnest
    requested, by resolution or memorial
    U -
    to Congress, to. protest -against th
    abandonment of the Tortugas group
    of islands by th Government, as
    general refuge station, and the estab
    lishment of such refuge station oi
    fMullet Key."
    These measures were present<
    by tie Monroe County Represefita
    ties and will doubtless have th
    hearty support of the entire Legisla
    ture. It is hoped, too, that this wi
    mot be the last of them. The country
    at large is protected from the in
    *asion of epidemic disease by.th
    Florida -State Board of Health, an
    it is the duty of the Congress of th
    United States to assist in every wa
    possible in carrying out this ver
    efficient service.

    IN MEMORY OF G. F. DREW ULME]


    The dark Angel of Death visited th
    .o .. V- T TT 11 ._.l_


    doctors of the city were called and did Board of Health, to enforce and com- amend Chapter 4032 of e Laws of
    all in their skilled.power to guard the pel the vaccination and re- vaccina- Florida, entitled an act rt relation to o
    dark angel off, but the Savior was call- tion of citizens and residents of the obtaining money or any other personal
    ing and he had to go. State of Florida, and prescribing the property under false pro ises, or for r
    He was loved by young and old, and d(aties of ceruaiX cliiccers and persons violation of contracts ad providing r
    had ,A large number of friends. Near to that end, and providing certain pen- penalties therefore. Refered to Judic-
    the end of his last few hours he sang altics for tailu:-e, refusal or neglect to iary Com.
    songs of the love of God and seemed comply wiin the provisions of the By Mr. Wolfe: H. B. ko. 92: Pro- I
    to be at perfect peace with God and to same. Ri-fti:'d t'o :lie Public HIeaith hibiting judges of courts 'nd prosecut- s
    be ready for death. Con. I ing attorneys thereof t&6 be partners j
    Blessed are the dead who die in the 1By M.'. Sar:,i: Sco. B. No. 0O: To in the practice of law, an4. judges from
    Lord! (chanig i,. 1.1 S i i t1.l Hiblb*!1rosigh practicing law before such judges. Re-
    He left a father and mother, four sis- ..'-r .ar1. ..os)(::,:;)0 ,'Igoin o iihliani ftrred to Judiciary Corn.
    ters and four bro cf-rs to mor'ru th'cvir i6 .c u3lrth. e1i' .id -o Comi. Cora- I By Mr. Lee: H. B. No. 93: To amend
    loss. He was interred in the icmily :'r; ,l a ,: ':,-.. h. i an act entitled an act to provide an-
    graveyard on the Ocklocknee river, at 1'y Mi-. O'J':eLn: : t. No. [: To nuitics for disabled soldiers and sail-
    Fort Braden Church, in the pres:. .. : i. f; ; : ..,.:... h v ardi ors of thie State of Flornda, approved
    of the mourning family and friends, (V, i.i;n o0 i'v :W- for the city of June 2, 1899. Referred to Com. on
    one of whom renders this to his mn'm- c :i.tc o.J i.eii, :, :o ,he Corn. on eiensions.
    ory: City and C;,..,:y ;;-;;:i:tion. By Mr. Fulton: H. B. No. 94: To
    S -1;V Ir. 6R1 : : m. ;. No. 62: Fix- amend Section 3 of an act entitled an
    Tis hard to say farewll, in 1-: ;:!.:' i ;.. i ing gas to be act to regulate the incspe ion and sale
    But farewell we must say, ..; ,. :.: :;;iis (ioing b-us- of beef, and to repeal O(hapter 3613,
    And meet him in that happy home, i;: C`s iP 1: i: : : towvns in the Laws of Florida, approved May 31,
    Beyond t,.e crystal sea. 't ~'* a!.. over pop- 19S5, also Chapter 3897, I ws of Flor-
    S:l ,.'e: !t( Cuom. on City and ida, approved May 31, 1 9, the same
    IHush ye! weeping,mournii'g,doir ones, Ci' iy OiL...iz .. being Chapter 40i8, Law| of Florida,
    Dry your tears and cease to sigh, '-y A\i;. i'. ;' ; a: n. B. No. (3: To acts of 1;)1. RefPrrd Jto Coin. on
    Hear what says the blessed Savior, mi : .s i Article Agriculture.
    Fear no longer, it is I. 7. ,, ', ::..; of ,iorida, y Mr. Williamson: ll{ B. No. 95:
    in i i. o o, '..*;' '- ;:::;;.st common To amend Section 2 of Cl apter 4680 of
    All the scenes of life are checkered, i,0) 1, C:Oi. On Rail- the Acts of 1899, the sane being an
    All the hopes of life must fad,;, r'u'1'-:,. act entitled an act to j provide for
    All its gilded joys are cankered. nI. 1. No. ; "'i. -. ltlt- the carry- county adoptions of l iformity of
    And its brightest sunshine shade. i,:- i .:;. o ri':\nvoiers in this Text Books in the p1)u bli' free schools;
    at,.. ... ( :. o .Jdiciary. of thii State. Referredf to Com. oni
    In this world our hands may weary, "y -'. i;:(oo: ,: *.. B. No. 65: To Education.
    Sorrow, too, our hearts may fill, a.: :--'en 1 uiof ah :ct entitled an BIy Mr. Williamson: 1 B. No. 9';:
    Then He speaks-our Lord and Master, .act t, p,,ihc :i;.1nuiies for disabled in relation to the examination and li-
    Saying to our hearts, be still. sol'iir:ir <,n: s:il us o4f the State of censing of pilots by Pilot Commission-
    l'',ori' i, i i:.. (i:;:.r *i4;70. Laws-of ers. Referred to Corn. on Commerce
    Borne by angels on their wings, F.i.,ia. 1i'. i-.i 0o Com. on State and Navigation.
    f Far from earth the spirit flies, Ati-is. By Mr. Parrish: II. It No. 97: To1
    SFinds his God, and sits and sings, By Mr. MacWVilli1nms: Sen. B. No.GG: amend Section 1 of Chapter 10)32, Law
    Triumplhing in Paradise. re.Pl tli -c) ;nino 1:," r*'nle relating to of Florida, the same beimg an act en-
    t the commission o01 ';e crime of rape titled an act in relation to obtaining
    i Death may the bands of life unloose, by a boy uitdu-r Fi'o).-eni years, and money or any other peri ;.nal property
    But can't dissolve our love, j rov\iiiiig o1 hlie ,iecr'inir..g of the under false promises, or for violation
    Though you've left us here below,, (!'nabilitiy pe),sso!'s c;ar'ged with the of contracts anrd provicfing penalties
    And join ed the family above. crime of i.upe. Reieried to the Judici- therefore. appro~ ed .Jun] 8. 181. Ry-I
    SJESSE. ary Comn. fprred to Judiciary Corm.
    S'ev .... No. 17: To :-mm;ind Section 1 l'y Mr. Clir-ke: H. BI No. '9S: \u-
    A4 Deep Mystery. of Ch.-ater 46i70. La.'.s of Florida, en- thorizing ;and reqniring" the' (Comp-
    ;i'',] "i .at lto provi'l' annuities for trof',,!'r ) (to Iilicate certain Comp-
    It i ;i |l sti r 'vs w'h y uw o 'th*n (!:(P ..t;r(' "
    I ik8,'l," il*. 'ywo. \-.uirses. ds i. d sol,( (,sdier's and slaiors. and troller;s W'ar.,ants, lost or destroyed
    l S. '.I i'Hi( y F iivi : '.: .i.s ,! -.-ocfl s*,liiers and sailors before com in t the hua'is of p)ayeps
    Si).zz- S.it .--; v.;t th1ii--'f 's hi (,f 0 t h t' Le of Pt y r,1 i,.'" approved .Ji I tiheri-of. It'Ife'ir l to .l ldiciary Coni:)
    v oved ? !a tE':- i ji r Is w'* I i v 1
    r ,.ver :i..mt ,' t t, .s w' *'-.. 2, '. ,-,,.ei rred to Coma. on State .lv Mr. v.-. : HV I. N : To esi":ab-
    r *,'u|e ?uclh l in..>:-. "I -uflL.r-il '.,r | '
    v-e;Urs w h ki"li v ,r'.u'i ,l ti- o.e-, Ml A irs. S. lisb a s;t;p.da:(ld of v.'(-igh s and njeas-
    r P:;t,)'. ,'Ie l ,of P,.P er .o.. I:,.. "-, t. ,Iy v. wvilfson of 7thn: Sen. I. No. s" s of 'ihe Sate of V'iori;la. Referred
    . :inie :,I-k pa .-d e so I ci'.. l ,i i,- -: : ;:. pora t. ih 'i T i-ia)a i3ay a nd to Com. on Agricultur-e.
    ,I,',:s un s.ilf, lbut E,.crie B .t.I-rs v.wh ,,I
    S c.red Iu..s. i .i. alt.,uW-h 73 v..c-a ,,. *in: -, (" '* '' iailw'y Company. and to By Mr. Ral.ey: 11. i. No. 10,): To
    am a :ul> !e< t ,lo all ni. h .u'.-w,.rk.'" .I ( ,r .C*'-iie its i voW-rs al.ti privileges. provide for the appointoint and coni-
    overcoilles (<,..-;tiplatio,;. :,provs' .\'- !' ,r1i '<1 to .hldiciary Core. p)ensation of strrograuihers in the
    - p,-ti;-, ,ves pItect healh. ;Oily l o -- iv "y laoris: S-n. ,B. No. 69: To Circuit Corrts. Referr'-d to .Judiciary
    o uall drug st .. ,athoizc t- county of Monroe to Conm.
    Si.;-iue nds for the purpose of pur- By Mr. Hendry: H. M. No. 101: A
    The Herald makes no apology for de-
    Svoting so much space in to-day's issue chasing sites for public schools and memorial to Congress of the lUnited
    e voting so much space in to-day s issue I
    Sto the Wet Florida Seminary, at Tal- armory, erecting substantial buildings States relating to lands for the Semin-
    n to the West Florida Seminary, at Tal-
    n lahassee.-This paper has the educa- thereon, repairing the county court 6le Indians of Florida. Referred to
    ional interests of the masses at heart. house, and building a county road Vom. on Indian Affairs.
    ,ional interests of the masses at heart.
    y upon the Island of Key West. Referred By Mr. Zewadski: H. B. No. 102: For
    I'The article in question was written by
    d a prominent educator in Tallahassee to Com. on City and County Organi- the relief of Mrs L. P. Olin. Referred
    a prominent educator in Tallahassee,
    nation, to Coin. on Claims.
    t and who knows whereof he writes. It ion. o Ca.
    S n an e n t t to P After receiving the reports of By Mr. Porter: H. B. No. 103: To
    S n n t t committees and receiving* a memorial .uthorize the county of Monroe to is-
    fessOrBUchholz, our late countY super- from the State Board of Health, the stue bonds for the purpose of purchas-
    intendent of schools.-Tampa Herald. S adiourned.
    e Senate adjourned. ng sites for public schools and arm-
    HOUSE, APRIL 8. ory, erecting substantial buildings
    She Didn't Wear a Mask, The House met pursuant to adjourn- Whereon, repairing county court house,
    r But her beauty was completely hi'l'ien ment. The Speaker in the chair. Fol- and building a county road upon the
    - by sores, blotches and prmples till she lowing members present: Island of Key West. Referred to Comn.
    used Bucklen's Arica Salve. Theni
    - they vanished as will all Eruptions, Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander- on City and County Organization.
    - Fever Sores, Boilh, Ulcers. Carbuncles son, Bates. Blair, Blanton, Brown, By Mr. McRae: H. B. No. 104: For
    Sand Felor.s from its use Infallible for Broward. B'uford. Burr, Campbell, )he protection of birds, other than
    Cats. Corns. Burn, Scalds and Pdes. Chambers. Clarke. Close. Crawford, jame birds, and their nests and eg."
    Corbett. Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Duck- Referred to Comrn. on Game.
    e LEON COUNTY JAIL. worth, Fulton, Gillen, Godfrey, Gornto, By Mr. Close: H. B. No. 105: To pro
    a Services were held at the Leon coun- Grant, Harvell, Hendry, Hopkins, tect stock from barb wire fences, and
    n ty Jail on Easter Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Hunter, .Jackson. Jacoby, Johnson, to provide for the same and disposi-
    by the Rev. Dr. Carter, assisted by Jones, Koonce. Lee, L'Engle, McElroy, tion of the proceeds thereof if not re-
    ri Mrs. R. H. Gamble, after which cards McGiffin, McRae of Pasco, McRae of paired by the owner of said. fence. Re-


    e were distributed, and a dinner provided Putnam. Osteen, Palmer, Parrish of erred to Com. on Agriculture.
    eby the ladies of Tallahassee. Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, Pinhol- By Mr. Davis: H. B. No. 106: To
    e ster, Raney. Raulerson, Redding, regulate weights of produce sold in the
    e Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of Columbia,
    "Last winter-I was confined to my bed Russell, Shomaker, Sledge, Smith,
    Y with a very b til cold on the lungs. Sruss. homae, Sed St,
    l Nothing gave me relief. Finally my Sparkman, Thomas, Umstead, Wall, The Eminent Kidney
    wife bought a bottle of One Minute Whaley, Williamson, Wilson, Wolfe,
    e Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure. Young and Zewadski--65. and Bladder Specialist*
    SI cannot speak too highly of that excel- Introduction of resolutions. -
    lent remedy."-Mr. T. K. Houseman, B Mr r R. o. 1
    a Manatawney. Pa. All dTalers. By Mr. Harvell: H. R. No. 11: That
    the chairman of the Committee on
    THE PRESBYTERY. Education be allowed a clerk. Adopted.
    n The opening session of the Presby- By Mr. Gornto: H. R. No. 12: That
    tery of Florida will be held in the Pres- the Committee on Pensions, Census
    d byterian Church this evening at 7:30. and Privileges and Elections be al-
    The sermon will be preached by Rev. lowed a clerk between them who shall
    e E. P. Mickel, D. D., of Madison. be engaged by said Committees or
    either of them. Adopted.
    - LEGISLATIVE ABSTRACT. By Mr. McGiffin: H. R.'No. 13: That.
    11 SENATE, APRIL 8. all bills, memorials or joint resolu-
    y Senate met pursuant to adjourn- tions be read and recorded by their
    l- ment. President in the chair. The fol- titles as written at the head of the
    e lowing Senators present: document, and not by the endorsement The iaverer aw Swamp-Ret at Work la
    & Mr. President,Messrs. Adams, Baker, on the outside. Adopted. M SLaboratory.
    Blitch, Broome, Butler, Carson, Cott- The Speaker announced the ap- There is a disease prevailing in this
    e rell, Crews, Crill, Harris, Kirk. Miller, pointment of the following committees country most dangerous because so decep-
    y Myers, McCaskill, McCreary, MacWill- under Senate Concurrent Resolution p tive. Many suddndeaths are caused by
    y lams, Neel, O'Brien, Palmer of 14th, No. 1, redistricting the State into Con- or popley are often the result of kidney
    Peacock, Rouse, Whidden. Sams. Wil- gressional districts: Messrs. Fulton of disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad-
    Introduction of bills. Hernando, Zewadski of Marion, Brow- vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
    R son of 7th and Wadsworth-26. ard of Duval, Russell ofMonroe and btheak oan.ord wae away cell by esl.
    By Mr. McCreary (by request) S. Jones of Eecambia. Then the richness of the blood-the albuman
    le B. No. 56: Fixing a license tax for run- For the relief of the Supreme and -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
    . ._- __ 1 a -. ...- -m sI \n w m afS ..,. *.iaMtn e


    State q Florida. Referred to Com. II, t3, CGwcui Cu.urt, Scoal
    on Agr culture. C.cula, Leon p-
    By !4. Umstead: H. B. No. 107: To Marta E. Tmlin. wi ow. Thio A
    regulate the carrying of pistols and .I ta ,, 'V- .
    revolve Referred to Ju'diciary Com. COi, I.,aiits a
    H. B No. 108: To amend Section 2
    of Cha ter 4120 of the Acts of 1893, initri,.- th ....., '.. .I 1.
    Laws Florida, being an act to pre- i ''.1 ea;r .,er.
    scribe .the compensation to be paid ~arlltia i-;. .. 'r, ,-
    S.. hulbtnl l. K.il:lL > '.I ,* .. .d i la-1t'A
    jurors and witnesses serving in the le! a,1,,i,. N,.\. :, ,
    courts .of this State, and to provide i',-in I y:t
    for sufrmoning defendant's witnesses., r,-i.gre, liv V i:,,. I 't
    Referr4l to Judiciary Com. ams;.irtii A. .. ,'it
    H. B No. 105: To authorize sheriffs .
    and otlcr peace officers to arrest per-; En.i ,tm. o .. .
    sons o0 Sunday with or without war- I:.. '":,.r
    rant. Ileferred to Judiciary Com. -idt-o, (i.,ur.i- ae .
    I- II, p l: 1:1, -L f
    By r. Smith: H. B. No. 110: To ,:i Colua w,,m 9 I o d 5
    ? :i li ;,ii. 1. ,a, I. a
    SCo int li-ed on o li Page .,t ,*i ,>ei ii t -, ', "'-_
    - -- .. -.---- ..... -. tliicr,.fc ,,',l'-,l ilh.l ;a- .Li l. ''! :ll \
    Monthly Financial Statement, Board of Pub- : ,l^. a4 ,[pi',, :. t o ti
    hc Instruction of Leon County, for Marchli, i r, -.,i:i i !w ie i
    190tlii I i .lR ,- t :I ,. ;.
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    economy of the household has so many
    enthusiastic friends mIong the house-
    keepers of merica.
    No article of food has received
    Such Pmpha tommienlatflo for purity
    and who e.nees from the most em-
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    the-great larity and general

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    attest| its superiority.

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    e Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shi
    . and Mrz. A. G. Hamlin. f Jack-
    "i1e are visiting at the capit 1.
    I. Hugh C. Macfarlane atd wife,
    Impa. are recent arrivals. "
    mpng sores, ulcers, boils, piimples,,
    [quickly cured by Banner Salve, the
    .bealhig salve in the world. .A sure

    Sanmiel T. Hodges. of Brickton,
    was in the city during the past

    aJaeis Griffin and wife. of Louis-
    Iy., were among the recent -tour
    als.
    cannot eijoy perfect health, rrsy
    and sparkling eyes if your liver
    hlish and your bowels clogged.
    t's Little Early Risers cleanse the
    em. They neter :r;tpe. All

    for W. 8. Jennings, accom-
    by Mrs. Jennings and Master
    hau returned from Jacksonvidle.
    8. Bryan, a young Jackson-
    wytr, is among thope visitingthes

    coughs are specially dangerous
    cured at once, serious result.
    w. One b inute Cough Cur-.
    :magic. It is not, a common,
    'ut is a high grade remedy

    native aids digestion :regu-
    bowels, cures Cholera Infan
    oera orbus, Dysentery. Pains.
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    m the Bowels, and all di s-a-ws
    -to teething children. For ali
    complaints itisaspecifc. I' r
    less and free from iijur.,-is
    chemicals.
    Gilmore Davis & Co. have
    eling the old Lively drug
    'ch will be occupied, wheti
    b3 Dr Gilbert Williams.
    W. Hunt Harris and famil.I
    Key West Thursday after
    are stopping at Mrs. E T


    Friday evening Charles
    If Georgia. will ie.t. *n the
    M of Lauxhlr" at the. Opera
    . He hah a widespread reputation
    greetedd everywhere with large

    icys' social Club, of West Florida
    Wy, gave a #traw ride la t Friday
    CI to their girl friends chapel
    by Miss Kate Moor and Edna

    * John E. Stillman, collector of
    h for the port of Pensacola, is in
    for a few daya.
    Dtestrick Skule gave a perform-
    the Opera House Tuesday even-
    :uderstand tlw performance was
    financial succe.

    -Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
    vrAudvier. 1008 M eau 700 ill.e-
    IS sent free on reeip of stups
    expense of making only. Sad
    ..t stamps for paper or
    for cloth, to Dr. V. PrV.
    it Buffalo, N.Y.
    N. Jones and wife .of Balef
    l wsee thi wee. MrL J
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    Mrs. Fannie Bear of Savannah, is pay-
    a visit to relatives and friends here.
    Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
    68. 48-10t

    Hon. A. C. Croom and wife, and H.
    C. Croom of Brooksville. spent th;s week
    at the home of Mr. T. H. Randolph.
    Mrs. Dimick, of West Palm Beach,
    will shortly join Senator Dimick at the
    Leon.-
    V. B. Conklin, Bowersrille, 0.. says:
    "I received more benefit' from Foley's
    Kidney Cure than from months of treat-
    ment by physicians."
    Mrs. Parmly and Miss Sadie Williams
    have returned from a visit to Apalachi-
    cola.
    Backaches are caused by diwsrder in
    the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure will
    make the kidneys right. Take no sub-
    stitute.
    Representative IN.. B. Broward *nd-
    family, of Jacksonville, are stopping
    with Judge R. C. Long.
    , .. J.i.Y. Porter,. Representative from'
    joq!u county. arrived on Thursday
    and is the git.*t .!Mrs. E T. Williams.
    Thoe famous little pirT&. DeWittfs Lit.
    tie Eirly suers wiffremove alt i ipuri-
    &F from your system. clease your
    owwels, make them regular. A' deal-
    *rs.
    Dr. B 0. Lewis. of Thomas City, is\
    visiting his brother for a few days.
    Mesrs. Davis Ivors aqdt Frank B.
    Mathewb. of Ja'-ksonville, are among
    the recent arrivals,
    1If troubled ly a weak digestion, loss
    of appetite. or constipation, try a few
    dose- or .Chamnhbrlain's Stomach anra
    Liver Tablets. Evwrv box warranted.
    For saie by Wight & Bro.


    Col. W. B. Randolph, ,of .Sanford, is in
    the ,'ity.
    Mr. Eugene Dickey, the efficient chief
    clerk of Mr. Eva)Is. left on Monday for
    Apalachicoia to amijnme charge of a stock
    of goods for Mr. Evans at that place.
    Mr. Dickey is an,-energetic young man,
    and will be much mi-sed her&. His
    family will join him later.
    Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scalds an
    chanting qu ky vheal by the use ofDe-
    Witts W itch- Hazel Sblve. It is im-
    itated. Be sure you-get DeWitt's. All
    dealers. .
    Judge E. C. Maxwell, of the First
    Judicial Circuit today opened the spring
    term of ,the Circuit Court for Gadaden
    county, at Quincy. Judge John W.
    Malone going to Pensacola to preside iWn
    the Ewcambia county Circuit Court, /
    Given Up To Die with Croup.
    Mrs. i" Uerdier, of Mannington,:
    Ky., wrie: *'My three-yearold
    had a severe cae of croup, the doctor
    said she could not live, and I gave her
    uptod f. I we to the sth e and got
    a bottle of Fole S Hmey s anidEar.'- Te
    firs dos gave qick relefl and ssed
    er life.".
    United States Mawai Fortes, -


    The Florida State Fair Association
    will meet here today to arrange for hold
    ing a State Fair some time in t e npar
    future. The Association will nanoe the
    time and place of meeting and all other
    necessary preliminaries. Jacksonville
    is the most likely place of meeting.
    though Tampa has offered $10.000 for it.
    A Test 1onal from Old England.
    "I consider Chambterlain'st Cough
    Remedy the best -in the world for bron-
    chitis," says Mr. William Savory. of
    Warrington, England. '"It has saved
    my wife's life. she having been a mar'yi
    to brochitis for over six years, being
    most of the tinieconfined to her hwd Shi.,
    is now quite well." Sold by Wighit &
    Bro., and all medicine dealers.
    Mrs. Churles Monroe has gore to De'-
    catur, Ga., for"a visit of two weeks.
    Madame Bunny seemed to have laid a
    bountiful supply of Easter eggs this
    year. judgi s from the amount of fun
    the little folks have had this week hunt-
    ing them.


    "I had piles so had I could get no rest
    nor find a cure until I tried DeWitt's
    Witch Bazel halve. After using it once.
    I forgot I ever had anything like Piles."
    E. C. Boice, Somers Point, N. Y. Look
    tout for imitations. Be sure you ask for
    DeWitts. All dealers.
    Mimg. Minna Austin, neice of the late
    Mr. C. H. Austin, was recently drowned
    n the Chattahoochee river, near Atlanta.
    She bad been ill with nervous prostra
    tration, and was not herself. Her father.
    Mr. Those. Ausat was well known and
    much esteemed in PIiorit years ago.
    Mr. L S. Hanks, of the firm of Hanks
    & Saxon. railroad contractor, returned
    from Kaisas last week, where he pur-
    chased a large number of fine males to
    rmse in grading the Georgia Pine Railroad.
    Mr, Hanks has also furnished seven or
    eigh.'.large dirt shovels on *heels, and
    intendt-d to comine:.ce acti ve operations
    on the r;vad this week.
    !ck Headachue
    is the bane of *,,n en. What is wanted
    is not relief alonrt, but relief and cure.
    Dr L(oyal Iord's\Dyspepticide will cure
    sick headache fo.r'\all time. It makes
    the stomach right.
    Don't forget that the performance of
    the Alba IHeywood Cdncert Company to
    be given at Munro's Opera House March
    18th is for the benefit of T. L A.
    Little M"is Evelyn Caneron Whitfield
    entertained he-r many friends and ac-
    quaintances at a lawn party Iuesday
    afternoon. Easter etg-hunts were the
    Stature of the occasion, and were the
    equrce of much pleasure to the little
    ones. .
    V w *m t good laugh, go to bear
    the Alba Heywood Company newt
    Thursday evening March 18th. fOr he
    benefit of the T. L A. at Munro's Opera
    Hoose.


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    '*I have been troubled with indiges-
    tion for ten years,- have tried many
    things and spent much money to no pur..
    p nte I tried Kodal Dyspepsia Cur.
    I ve taken two botesnd gott
    moe rel .. from them than all 6ther
    niedicieistaken. I feel more like a boy,
    ,than I have felt in twenty years." An-'
    demon B -iggs Sunny Lane, Te, .
    Thousands have testified as did Mr.
    ggs. All eletfs.

    Save Money.
    W.taemAs i nearest drhe
    -"t. o .*ao a- ew a to
    .;ia Ivwhb B- a- m ', r.


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    rlatd wnn ep ;week.- t *
    S i Mannk ad wife are gtprns







    A-torpid Liver ..c. es "Depr i-n of
    -ache Uye kfor. M D imnA. Liverm
    Medicine to stimulate that get it and
    w, of ,wh o himitave snt te win-
    Mrs. M.ae. liamy, of ot Aria,s wail
    rewill jostin week enrotr acWilliMaks.
    the Capitalck this wk. s return
    fMlria cannot ndseveal elodmenks at Tamphe
    A torpidwhLivthe Liveruas n Dprei of
    Spirit*, Indigestion, Constipatiewn: Head-
    achrder. Dr. M. A. Simmnn4 Liver
    Medicine tohe bestim Relat organ.
    Mr. Jhnu. Green, of thins, Ga, Lucy
    w,of Tallahassee duhi haven the presewin-
    ter here, left for home last wPPk.'
    Mrs. MaRo illiams of ae to Tallahnu
    will join Senator C. BA.RoMac Williams at

    halaria cannot find a lodgnmnt in the
    system while the Liver is in pprfpet
    order Dr.E J iBreckwaldons Liversianaedi-
    cine is the hest Regulator.
    Mr. ThJn. Green, of Indiana, was '-
    ited Tallahassee during the present
    past week.
    Mrs. Rogers. who pawe to Tallahliqmee
    with Senator C. B. Rogers, has returned
    home.
    Mr. E J. Breckwaldt; of Louisiana,
    baa been in the city for some time:
    Mr. J. Huewy, of Indiana, was a
    recent visitor in the city.
    Mr. S. W Wilhelm and wife were
    here this week on route to Apalachicola.
    Miss Conover and Miss Pritchard, of
    New Jersey, were in the city during the
    past week.


    Wanted.
    25 busheles Clay (p .#.
    tf JOHN S. WkINTHROP.

    SUMA L.W SiGHOOL
    University of Virginia.
    .2d Snmm 'r. Julyr2 to Sept. 1, 101l. Fs-
    peeially help'nl to beginners; to (mindidat.s for
    ad visionn to the bar:; and to o:actitioners who
    have la-ck'd systematic instruction. For cata-
    loque, address
    RALEIGH 6. MINOR, Secy.,
    Chariottestille. Va.
    The Nrost Stubborn Coughs
    resulting: from an attack of la grippe or
    heavy cold. must yield to ,he wonderful
    heali Ig propert!pe of Fo,:ey's Honey anti
    Tar, which strengthens the lungs andti
    mak* s them .!unil.

    Miss Blake's Sanitarium,
    Next door n rth of L'-on H:)t*l. open
    all th, yeir Grlduate nurses. For par-
    ticulari aply to
    MfIss SALLIE E. BLAKE, Prop'r,
    7 6;n Talahalssee, Phia.
    Wight Bros. deliver ice cream in
    bl< cks t, any part of the city:
    A. N. Bevis, Biscom. Fla.. writes:
    H ve used Dr. -.l. A. Siminons Liver
    4lvdic;w- many years; kep it on hand
    all the time. It acts like a h'-.rn on the
    l-ver. Our Physicians rec 'rnnend it.
    Th":k it far heater tnan Z-ilin's and
    Black Draught.


    An ounce of llrevntion is worth' a
    pot no of cur., an, a bottle of Ballard's
    Hoiehou,,d Syrup used in time is worth
    a staff of physicians with a drugstore or
    two included. Pric", 25 and 50 cents.
    Wigit & Br,.
    Our Bak-ry Goods are up to date.
    Call and see the zoo i things turned out
    every day at T. B Byry's.


    Plows. and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
    If you want to get cool visit
    Wight & Bros. soda fountain.

    The Tallahassee Tailoring Co.
    Will make suits to order from twelve
    ($12) dollars and upward. Pants at
    $.75 and upward, according to the cost
    of material. Cleaning and repairing at
    reasonable prices. A pr asiog club will
    Se organized for tre benefit of those
    who wish to join Shop at St. James
    Hotel.
    S. J. MILLzR, General Manager.
    52-1m.
    To THe DzA.-A rich lady, cured of
    her Deafness and Noises in the Head by
    Dr. Ni.chokion's Artificial Ear Drums,
    gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that deaf
    people unable to procure the Ear Drums
    may have them free. Address No. 1174,
    The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
    York


    Finest Cigars in Tallahassee, at T. B.
    Byrd's, try them.
    To Care Constipation Forever.-
    Take Cascarets Candy Gathartic. 10
    or 25c. If C. C. .,fai to cure, drug-
    gists refund nonewv.
    Examine our line of stationary
    before Purchasing- Wight Bros.

    Usually a racking cough and a general
    feeling of weakness. Foley's lHoney and
    Tar isguaranteed to cure the grippee
    cough and make you strong and well.
    Take no substitum. Wight & Bro.
    a -t

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    cordial invitation to
    b Ac cCrea Parlforrea., S amesr
    IHotl B"ag. one door south Tim Na:
    you ith Ice inide from real
    sweet &and Wnd pure !ruit flavor As-
    SM'ted Cae. trawborries ith cream
    Ice C-Id Milk. Confectionery, Fruits.
    mauts, ig4. Dates.
    he Acme is first-class in all its ap-
    portenaces, ani will he kept up to -i high
    starlard of ,,xcellenh'e, an rI tier=ic eq q ii
    to ar'y lee Cream P.trl.r in thi S ,ntn [
    s)belit ar'tlers front) fULrnlies. which wjil
    r ceive prompt a tpntion and be de'iv
    ered at reside-.ces. .
    S Vprv truly.
    EDWIN 'F. DUKE.
    Propriewr.
    Pecan Grove -
    A very desirable f;trmn, 90 acres 3 mile
    weqt of Tall -,ha'we om Bainlrid-e rowd.
    grove 201) to 300 bearing Pecan tres, I
    to 10 years old. plastere t Houie w.th
    ptazz:a tand ki cvi-n. extensive LUt-onre
    and Keifer groves. iron spring wern
    fence. Apply to T. J. Bernard & Sons.
    3t 6


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    'Levy Bres.


    am board can be ob.
    at Mrs. Greenhbow's,
    47-4m
    Sale.
    at Kemper's stables
    R. J. BANNERMAN.
    r's
    of the Tallabassee

    SWith Cascarets.


    Cindy Cathartic care constpation
    forever. 10c. 25c. Tf C. C. C. fail,
    Iruggists refund m ey.
    SSeed ts.
    Rust Pr.,)f, May Oats, for sale
    by L C. Yaeger.
    All kinds Agricul Implements at
    Yameer's.
    Make Ornaments of most beautiful de
    signs at '. B. Byrd's.

    Stocks, Coitn., Wheat.


    Anybody desiring to In
    get our "Guide to Invest
    as well as our Daily !
    charge upoi application t
    George Skal
    BANKERS ANI
    Members of New York (
    No. 70 Wall Stre
    Neuralgic pains, rh
    and sciactic pains, yi
    ting influence of B
    ment. Price 25 and

    To the
    A rich lady, cured
    noises in the head
    Artificial Ear Drums
    Institute, so that des
    procure the Ear Drui
    free. Address. No.
    Institute, 780 Eigh
    York. -
    For
    Lands in Jackson
    counties. Maj. -Rob
    Tallahassee. Fla.
    Dr. Ford's I
    expels the noxious
    from the system, a
    diseaseand causes th
    healthy blood for ti&,
    ing. Dr. Ford's Dyv
    fers from other re
    Bro.

    Nunally's can
    fresh at Wiglt BB



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    Shoes, all grades also Women's,
    Misses' and Ch$dren's Shoes, in
    high and low cots. Gents' Fur-
    nshings; Negligge Shirts, Shirt
    Waists, Underwear in all grades.
    Hats for Men, Be4s and Children.
    Trunks, 'Bags 'aid Co"t Cases.
    Specialties in S'unn er Clothing.



    D. B. Megibniss, Jr

    Most women With female weakness
    suffer dreadfully frrt pile. in addition
    to their other pains. They may be cured
    by using Tabler's BiL-keye Pile Oint-
    ient. Price, 50 centin iottles- tubes
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    to timber, location, etc.
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    eturesque and attractively located city in the
    improved business conditions.
    and adjoining counties, suitable for owl
    g.
    Sof this lass is a tract of 800 acres of the
    unty, the garden spot of Middle Florida.
    m somnery nosurpaased by any section in
    is called t6 this tract which will beIaold at

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    Bp^a1LhTUiB ABSTRACT.
    Shtbued froe'aThird Page) C
    U's to V i of the State of Florida, en- e
    ~a act to prohibit fishing in the fi
    U h water lkes of this State with I
    I. M or nets or by any set device, J
    4W- by shooting or gigging, approved
    SUSe 8, 1899. Referred to Commit- G
    S.e7 On Fisheries.
    1; < *' By Mr. Wilson of 7th, S. B. No. 48- I
    amend Section 1959 of the Re- s
    : 1. -Statutes of Florida, relating to e
    the execution of deed by a married S
    woman under age. Referred to Com- I
    Mlittee on Judiciary. i
    By Mr. Wilson of 7th, B. No. 49- 2
    'To amend Section 15 of Chapter 4700,
    ot the Laws bf the State of Florida, I
    entitled an act to revise and amend
    an act entitled "An act to provide for
    the regulation of railroad schedules,
    freights, express, sleepingg car and
    pasenger tariffs, and building of
    freight and passenger depots in this
    State; to prevent unjust discrimina-
    Mon in the rates charged for the
    transportation of passengers and
    freight, and to prohibit railroad com-
    panies, corporations, persons and all
    common carriers in this State from
    charging other than just and reason-
    able rates, and to enforce the same,
    and to prescribe a mode of procedure
    and rules of evidence in relation
    thereto, and to provide for the ap-
    pointment of Commissioners and to
    prescribe their duties and powers,"
    and to authorize said Commissioners
    to regulate, supervise and control the
    -. use and the charges for the use of and
    admission to passenger terminals
    and union depots, and to vest said
    Commissioners with judicial powers,
    and to provide remedies for the-en-
    forcement of the provisions of this
    act. Refered to Committee on Rail-
    roads and Telegraphs.
    By Mr. Carson, S. B. No. 50-To
    amend Section 1 of Chapter 4233,
    Laws of Florida, being an act to
    amend Sections 280 and 281, and to
    repeal Section 284, of the Revised
    Statutes of the State of Florida, relat-
    ing to the Florida Agricultural Col-
    -lege. Referred to Committee on Edu-
    cationt
    By Mr. Law, S. J. R. No. 51-Pro-
    posing amendments to Sections 8, 9
    and 10, of Article V, of the Constitu-
    tion of Florida, relating to the Judi-
    -clary Department. Referred to Com.
    on Constitutional Amendments.
    By Mr. Harris, S. B. No. 52-To
    amend Section 6 of an act entitled
    "An act to prescribe the powers of
    the Boards of Comdissioners of Pilot-
    age and Port Wardens in and for th
    ports of this State, approved June 12,
    1891, being Chapter 4046 of the Laws
    e' Florida. Referred to Committee on
    -Commerce and Navigation.
    By Mr. Harris, S. B. No. 53-To
    -establis~h a rule of evidence for the
    pr.of of book accounts. Referred to
    Committee on Judiciary.
    By Mr. Harris,' S. B. No. 54-To re-
    peal an act entitled "An act to au-
    thorize the county of Monroe to bond
    itself in the sum of $500,000, for the
    purpose of constructing a public high-
    wa and necessary trestling and draw
    bridges to connect the island of Key
    W1st with Key Largo," approved
    y 25, 1895, being Chapter 4443 of
    the Laws of Florida. Referred to
    -Vommitee on City and County Org 'i-
    ization.
    By Mr. Harris, S. B. No. 55-To
    provide for the fixing of the amount
    of bail bonds in certain criminal cases
    by the Judges of the Criminal Courts
    of. Record of this State, and for the


    approval of said bonds by the several
    Sheriffs of this State. Referred to
    Committee on Judiciary.
    C"S. B. No. 10-Providing for the ad-
    mission to practice law in the Courts
    of this State of graduates of the law
    deparmtent of the John B. 'Stetson
    University, was taken up and read.
    Mr. Sams moved that it be read a
    third time and put upon its passage.
    and it was agreed to, and the bill


    passed.
    By permission, Mr. Rogers intro-
    duced S. R. No. 7-Resolved, That the
    Chairman of the Committee on Fin-'
    ance and Taxation and the Chairman
    of the Committee on Appropriations
    "e empowered to employ the services
    ef a clerk to serve the two commit-
    tees jointly. Referred to Special Com-
    mittee on Clerical Aid.
    Mr. Wilson asked to be excused
    from attendance till the 15th.
    *ranted.
    Mr. Law asked to be excused until
    fThIursday next. Granted.
    Mr Kirk moved to adjourn. Agreed
    to, Adjourned until 1 o'clock a. m.
    Monday.


    HOUSE, APRIL 5.
    The House .miet'vur~sugttO adj6ifli-


    Stick T It.


    George L. Heard. of H;gh Tower, Ga..
    writes: "Eczema bit -e out on my baby
    covering his entire body. Under treat-
    ment of our family physician I e ~eot
    worse as he could not sleep for the burn
    ing and itching. We used a box of
    "Banner Salve" on him, and by the
    time it was gone he was we-ll. The d tor seeing it was curing hiui.said, -'stick
    to it for it is doing hnm more rood that,
    anything I have doi e for him."


    and to repeal Section 2847 of the Re-
    vised Statutes of the State of Florida,
    relating to the jurisdiction of County
    Judges' Courts. Referred to the Com-
    mittee on Judiciary.
    H. B. No. 43:. To amend Section 9,
    Chapter 4322, of the Laws of Fjorida,
    entitled an act for the assessment and
    collection of revenue. Referred to Fin-
    ance and Taxation Committee.
    By Mr. Gornto: H. B. No. 44: To re-
    peal Section 2053 of the Revised Stat-
    utes relative to estrays. Referred to
    Judiciary Committtee.
    By Mr. Wilson: H. B. No. 45: Pro-
    viding that no nolle prosique shall be
    entered in any. criminal case without
    the consent of the court in open court.
    Referred to Judiciary Committee.
    H. B. No. 46: Providing the method
    for the State Attorney advising the
    grand jury on any matter pending
    before them for their investigation
    and for the preservation of such ad-
    vice. Referred to Judiciary Commit-


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    e


    ,"miers, .Clarke, Close, Crawford,
    3orbett, Davidson, Davis, Dowl Dowd-
    n, Duckworth, Fulton, GiUe~, God
    rey, Gornto ,Griggs, Grant, Guim,
    [arvell, Hendry, Hopkins, -Hunter.
    ackson, Jacoby, Johnnson, Junes
    Koonce, Lee, L'Engle, McElroy, Mc-
    Giflin, McRae of Pasco, McRPe of
    Putnam, Osteen, Palmer, -Parrish o:;
    Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, Pinhoz-
    ster,'Raney, Raulerson, Redding, Riv-
    ers of Alachua, Rivers ,of Columbia,
    Shoemaker, Sledge, Smith, Sparkman
    Thomas, Umstead, Wall; Whaley, Will
    amson, Wilson, Wolfe, Young and
    Zewadski-66.
    Hon. E. W. Russell*and Hon. Joseph
    T. Porter, Representatives elected
    from the county of Monroe, and
    George B. Dickinson, Bill Clerk, ap-
    peared and took the oath of office
    before the Hon. W. L. Palmer, Notary
    Public for the State of Florida.
    The Speaker offered the report of
    the Committee appointed to inspect
    convict camps also the bill accom-
    panying it. (See Senate Journal.)
    Introduction of bills:
    By Mr. Jackson: ,
    II. C. R. No. 11: Proposing a special
    committee to investigate the acts and
    doings of the Board of Commissioners
    of State Institutions and the Com-
    missioner of Agriculture. Laid over.
    By Mr. Rivers of Alachua: H. B.
    No. 41: To provide for the. redemption
    of tax certificates now held or that
    may hereafter be held by the State
    of Florida after the expiration of two
    years from the -date of the tax certi-
    ficate, and to repeal Chapter 4673 of
    the acts of Florida of 1899 relating
    thereto. Referred to Finance and Tax-
    ation Committee.
    H. B. No. 42: To prescribe the juris-
    diction of County Judges' Courts, and
    to provide for 4Justices of the Peace
    issuing warrants returnable thereto,


    Catarrh Camnot Be Cnred
    With local alpplicatone, as they cannot
    reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
    ts a constitutional disease, and iv order
    to cure it you must take internal
    remedies. Hall's Catarrh Gure is lake,,
    internally, and acts directly on the blood
    and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
    Cure is not a quack medicine. It wait
    prescrilwed by one of the beattphysician.
    in this country for years, and is a regu-
    lar prescription. It is composed of the
    best tonics known, combined with thei
    best blood puriffers. acting directly on
    the mucous surfaces. The perfect com-
    bination of the two ingredients is what
    produces such wonderful results in cur-
    itg catarrh. Send for testimonials,
    free. F.J. CJ.UENEY & Co..
    Props.. Toledo, 0.
    Sold by druggists, price 75c.
    Hall's Family Pills are the best.


    e.


    H. B. No. 47: To ame'
    of the Revised Statutes
    Florida, relating to im
    debt. Referred to Jud:


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    By Mr. Jackson: H.
    epeal Chapter 4559, L
    f 1897, entitled an act
    making or catching of fil
    Dr seine from the wa
    assa River and its t
    erred to Committee on
    By Mr. Burr: H. B. I
    hibit State Attorneys,
    Drs and other prosecu
    his State from accept
    as attorneys' or other
    corporation engaged in
    freights and passeng
    within the State of I
    provide penalties for
    Referred to Judiciary
    H. B. No. 50: .To f
    passengers on all rai
    this State at three cen
    to provide penalties f(
    Referred to Committe
    aid .Telegraphs.
    I. B. No. 51: To req
    ti6ns operating street
    of the towns or cities
    provide separate cars c
    for white and negro
    to provide penalties f
    Referred to Corporat
    H. B. No. 52: To am
    of the Revised Statute
    same being entitled ca
    with unpiarried female


    property of another with malicious or
    of the State of mischievous intent but without intent
    prisonment forto steal, and prescribing a penalty for
    iciary Commit,- the same. Refered to Judiciary Com.

    By Mr. Godfrey: H. B. No. 63: To
    B. No. 48f : To amend Section 145 of the Revised Stat-
    aws of Florida utes of the State of Florida. Referred
    to prohibit the to Judiciary Com.
    sh with gill net I By Mr. McElroy: H. B. No. 64: To
    ters of Homo-
    ributariess of. Homo- regulate the purchase, sale and trans-
    Fishbutaries. Re fer of stocks of goode, wares and mer-
    chandise in bulk. Referred to Judic-
    No. 49: To pro- iary Com.
    County Solicit- y Corn.
    County Solicit- H. B. No. 65: To punish the vendee
    ting omicers in for the fraudulent purchase of goods,
    ng employment wares or merchandise from vendor.
    wise fromrying of Referred to Judiciary Com.
    eBy Mr. Harvell: H. B. No. 66: Pro-
    ers, or either, posing an amendment to Section 8-
    lorida, and to of Article 12 of the Constitution of
    its violation, the State of Florida. Referred to Com.
    Committee. on Consitutional Amendments.
    Sthe fare forin H. B. No. 67: To amend paragraph
    roa pe trains in 14 of Section 242 of the Revised Stat-
    or its violation utes of the State of Florida, in refer-
    ence to the duties of the Boards of
    e on Railroads Public Instruction. Refered to Com.

    (.n Kld:r.tion.
    uire all corpora- wi Udi: .ttion
    rire all corporal Ily Ir Koonce: H. B. No. 68: '.
    railways in any provide for the admission of evidence
    or the State to affecting the credibility of of such wit-
    r compartments nesses. Referred to the Judiciary
    passengers, and Co.
    or its violation. Co.
    or its violation. By Mr. Campbell: H. B. No. 69: To
    Ions Committee. 2 amend Section 2697 of Chapter 8 of the
    >end Seetion 2598
    end Seon 29Re .vised Statutes of the State of Flor-
    Sof Florida, da. Referred to the Judiciary Com.
    rnal intdercourae H. B. No. 70: To amend ;Section
    ee under the age o Um no,,n.. Q, 4k., ,., ,,, ao,_


    Coa
    aga
    of


    igress shall bI isseea protestln1
    inst the transfer ox Tortugas group
    Islands from custody of the U. S.


    try Committee.
    H. B. No. 53: To amend Section 2396
    )f the Revised Statute of Florida, the
    same being entitled Rape and forcible
    'arnal knowledge. Referred to Jud.c-
    ary Com.
    By Mr. Davidson: H. B. No.54: For
    .he relief of Wm. H. Ellis, of Gadsden
    -ounty. -ererred to Jutdciary Com.
    By Mr. Bates: H. B. No. 55: To
    mend 'i.ction 1 of an act tntitl-d to
    providee annuities for disabled soldiers
    Lnd sailors of the Statet of Florida,
    ,eirg Charter 4G70 of the Laws of
    Florida. Referred to Committee on
    Militia.
    By Mr. Young: H: B: No. 56: Pre-
    scribing the mode of procedure for the
    exercise of the powers of eminent do-
    main by cities, town, counties, cor-
    porations, public and private, and in-
    dividuals. Referred to the Judiciary
    Committee.
    H. B. No. 57: To legalize and vali-
    date all the actions of County Com-
    missioners fro Hillsborough county,
    Florida, in and about the opening of a
    certain public road kr.own as the Ba.l-
    last Point and Port Tampa road, and
    in making of certain cortracts. and
    granting a right of way in refercnve
    to the same. Referred to Judiciary'
    Com.
    By Mr. Young: H. B. No. 59: To
    legalize the action of the County Com-
    misioners of Hillsborough county.
    Florida, in granting a right of way to
    the Tampa Electric Company over a
    certainpublic road. Referred to Judi-
    ciary Com.
    By Mr. Shomaker: H. B. No. 59: To
    require the several Boards of Public
    Instruction of the se veral counties of
    the State to make monthly reports of
    all receipts and disbursements of
    money to the County Commissioners
    of their respective counties. Referred
    to Judiciary Com.
    By Mr. Clarke: H. B. No. 60: To
    establish a law uniform with the laws
    of other States relative to divorce pro-
    cedure and divorce from the bond of
    marriage. Referred to the Judiciary
    Com.
    H B. No. 61: To repeal an act to
    amend Section 20 of the Revised Stat-
    utes of the State of Florida, entitled
    "Census by Supervisors" and Section
    261 of such Revised Statutes entitled
    "On Failure of Supervisors Puperin-
    tendents to take Census," being Chap-
    ter 4679, Laws of Florida, approved
    June 1, 1899. Referred to Judiciary
    - Cornm.
    H. B. No. 62: To prohibit the carry-
    ing away or concealing of the personal


    the matters and dul es coming under
    eir supervision to -,< immediately
    d( before the House irdcpted.

    li0l', APKij


    The Hiouse met puir;,t at t3 ;Ijo1urn-
    ri~mnt The Speaker in the chair; fol-
    lowi-,g members were present:
    Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
    son, Bates, Blanton. Brown, Broward,
    Bufoid, Burr, Campbell, Chambers,
    Close, Crawford, Corbett, Davidson,
    Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Duckworth,
    Fulton Gillen Godfrey, Gornto, Grant,
    Harvell, Hendry, Hopkins, Hunter,
    Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Kooner-, Lee,
    McElroy, McRae of Pqsco, McRae of
    Putnam, Osteen, Palmier, Parrish of
    Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, Pinhol-
    ster, Raney, Raulerson, Redding, Riv-
    ers of Alachua, Rivers of Columbia,
    Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, Umstead,
    Wall, Watson, Whaley, Williamson,
    Wilson, Wolfe, Young and Zewadski-


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    On motion of Mr. Zewadski, Mr.
    )rter was added to the Committee on
    ate Institutions.


    Introduction of bills:,
    By Mr. Rivers of Alachua: H. B.
    No. 74: Fixing a license tax for run-
    ing hacks and other conveyances for
    the transportation of passengers. Re-
    ferred to Judiciary Corn,
    By Mr. Gornto: H. b. No. 75: To
    i epeal Section 2054 of the Revised Stat-
    utes.
    By Mr. Buford: H. B. No.76: To pro-
    hibit shooting at or into dwelling
    houses or steamboats, and to provide
    punishment for same. Veered to Ju-
    diciary Com.
    By Mr. Rivers of Co umbia: H. B.
    No. 77: To prohibit bribery in elec-
    tions in the State of F orida, and fix
    penalties therefore. Reered to Com.
    on Privileges and Elections.
    By Mr. Broward: H. .. No. 78: As
    to the incorporation of the social clubs
    or societies not for profit. Referred to
    Committee on Corporatibns.
    By Mr. Wolfe. H. B. -.. : Tr.
    amend Section 2169 of the Revised
    Statutes of the State of Florida, relat-
    ing to the amount of capital and par
    value of shares of banking comi.anies.
    Referred to Judiciary Commit tee.
    H. B. No. 80: To amend Faction 1259
    of the Revised Statutes of the State of
    Florida, relating to the territorial pow-
    ers of constables. Referred to Judici-
    ary Com.
    By Mr. Williamson: H. B. No. 81:
    To amend Section 2.643 of the Revised
    Statutes of Florida, relating to tramps.
    Referred to Com. on Agriculture.
    .By Mr. Russell: H. B. No. 82: To
    establish a rule of evidence for the
    proof of book accounts. Referred to
    Judiciary Corm.
    H. B. Npo. 83: To amend Section
    6 of an act entitled an act to prescribe
    the powers of the Boards of Commis-
    sioners of Pilotage and Port Wardens
    in and for the ports of this State, ap-
    proved June 12, 1891, being Chapter
    4046 of the L aws of Florida. Re-
    ferred to Judiciary Com.
    ' H. B. No. 84: To provide for fixing
    the amount of bail bonis in certain
    criminal cases by the Judges of the
    Criminal Courts of Record of this
    State, and the approval of the said
    bonds by the several sheriffs of this
    State. Referred to Judiciary C om.
    H. B. No. 85: To repeal an act en-
    titled an act to authorize'the county of
    Monroe to bond itself in the sum of
    $500,000, for the purpose of construct-
    ing a public highway and necessary
    trestling and draw bridges to connect
    the Island of Key West with Key


    Treasury Depai ~nt as Quarantine
    Station to the U. S. Navy Department.
    Referred to Comr. H. M. No. 73: Memorial from State
    Board of Health, praying for passage
    of act providing fnr emmnulsory vac-
    cination in the Sta4 of Florida. Re-
    ferred'to Com. on Public Health.
    Orders of the day.
    Mr. Fulton of Hernando, pursuant to"
    previous notice, moved to reconsider
    the vote taken on the motion of Mr.
    Z:-wadski of Marion, that exhibits of
    the Governor's message be .printed in
    the Journal on to-morrow. Not agreed
    to.


    Largo. Approved May 25, 1 95. Re-
    ferred t| Com. on City and Cqunty Or-
    ganization.
    By lSr. Amos: H. Joint RI No. 87:
    Proposing amendments to Sections 2
    and 4 of Article V of the Constitution
    of the State of Florida. ReWerred to
    Com. on Cons. Amend.
    By Mr. Campbell: H. B. N 88: An
    act to amend Section 2378 o$ the Re-
    vised Statutes of the State oP Florida,
    defining' justifiable homicide. 'Referred
    to Judiciary Com.
    Adjourned.


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    perfect health. Th"food we
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    'eeds ev -ry n,'rve. mpscl aind
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    Family Pride.
    se you take a great i-deal'of
    your business."
    n were Mr. Cumrox. "I used
    ride in my business but ma
    rls don't approve ofrit. The
    g we take pride in nqw is my
    's husband'spedigree.'--Wash-
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    Rogu are always found ou4 in some
    way. V however is a wolf will pt as a
    wolf; t t is the most certaFi of all
    things. ontaine.

    The Ited States has a lo ver per
    centage pf blind people than a _y othel
    country n the world.


    d S ction 1184


    CANCkR
    Sufferers from this h malady
    nearly always inherit it-not laicessanly
    from the parents, but may be .rom some
    remote ancestor, for Cancer often runs
    through several geinmTratio, his deadly
    poison may lay dormant in t blood fot
    years, or until you reach midd life, then
    i, frst little sore or ulcer a its
    pearance-or a swollen glqd in the
    breast, or some other part o the body,
    gives the firstwarning.
    To cure Cancer thoroughly Ind perma,
    gently all the poisonous vart must be
    eliminated from the blood-evry vestage
    A it driven obt. This S. S. does, and
    i the only medicine that can *each deep.
    seated, obstinate blood trouble like this.
    When all the poison has been forced out
    of the system the Cancer heats, and the
    disease never returns. I
    Cancer begins often in a smalway, as the
    following letter from Mrs. Shier shows:
    * A small pimple came on my jaw limot an inch
    below the earon the left side of my e It gave
    tae no pain or inconven-
    mince, and I should have
    forgotten about it had it
    not begun to inflameand '
    itch; it would bleed a
    little, then scab over, but 'L
    would not heal. This
    continued f'r some time,
    Then my jaw began to '
    swell, becoming., very
    painful. Thr Cancer be-
    ean to eat and spread.
    until it was a- larg- as a
    half dollar,when I-heard
    rof S. S. S. and determin-
    edto give it a fairtrial.,
    'nd it was iemarknble
    what a wo 'derfut effect
    it had frq the very beginning; the rebegan to
    ahealandafter taking a few bottles Iisapncarcd
    entirely. Thiswas two years :zo; tbce are still
    no signs of the Cancer, and my g eral heatlh
    continuess good.-MRa. R. SHItE, t Plata. lo.
    --S -is the greatest of all
    blood purifiers, and the
    only one guaranteed
    Surely vegetpble. Send
    SS t for our freq book on
    Cancer, containing valuable and interest-
    ing information about this d ease, and
    write ot physicians about youscase. We
    make no charge for medical ad.ice.
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    ida. at his offive ill file Galt El&x*
    county, on Monday tile day Of NPIL
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    doa% anti granting, Let t1licatts tO
    cine he the :-tite of lol-Wil, aveordilig a
    -jet to RegUlatel tile Practice Of Uel'i661*
    stateof Florida."ett'- 'I'lli'lli'vetingwill
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    All 041W. li- a(Aivills.- in the slate of
    without li(VIP-C WI pit-a-v take due IkOtktlW
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    young man who was on his
    with his best and loreliet
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    ways feel embarrassed whe4
    in company. l never know
    with my hands."
    "Snppose you just hold t!f
    said a boarse role 0 ,i
    The voice pe'rtaimed to aka
    looking man with a lmakon2
    and a large. ro-u1j looking
    his band. and the. youth lotft
    complying with the suggest4o,,,
    go Tribune.

    Bicycles are generally
    very modern inwvnmions, buttbu
    the ERypiian olelh.sks b-ra
    mounted otln two wiht'h(l fedy
    sembling the0 o1l velocipedes.


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    STATEMENT.
    Section 35. Chapter ll,
    of Florida 11893.


    By Mr. Wall: H. R.: Resolved, That
    the hour of meeting of the House shall
    be 10 o'clock a. m. until further orders.
    Adopted.
    By Mr. Zewadski: H. R: That a
    committee le appointed to wait on the
    Board of State Instit tions to receive
    data or information 1 -.ey have relative


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    * anal Other Punishments
    h Sn,'lli'leEnd ind ir'the Vie-
    btaillh ritat Are Winked at, it
    ordered. by the Offliers.
    rs in the French army are not
    ed I.y law to corporal punish-
    3y minore than it has been a part
    regulations governing the Mill
    adtlny at West Point that ca-
    tould bracec" or "qualify" on
    ws udll prunes. Nevertheless
    anch soldier is put through a
    pro)-ess which is most severe
    ceral times has caused death.
    eaci sohlier is known as Picton
    aint. just as the English soldier
    - as Tommy Atkins. Dumanet
    lhen he joins the colors that life
    11 skittles for a soldier.
    tllii:- which distinguishes the
    in lie French arny from the
    in A.merican colleges and uni-
    s is :i.aiit is suggested and al.
    lvri'dt Iby the commissioned offi-
    Ln .....-r will say to a corporal
    r ;:*;. ""Yoiu have a mian here
    s i: si :id so." naming some
    , .,. I!;olre than likely to be
    f ithe deference due to
    would do him good if
    S i ;! Blankett"
    S ;:i.-s on his heel and
    : the unfortunate sol-
    li!a'iiet. with saber.
    j. *;'. l>:bionlets and such
    S. ;'.. ald the combina-
    i i.;.11 the h:azers are too
    , .*i :1'. This is great sport
    S..:: -Trr-'aides. (especially if
    re l:. .L :irik. whicli they are
    o I;'. 'lHis diversion lhas rather
    pt of l;ivo r just now. because
    soldiers who have been tossed
    bait taste to die after the discl-

    me of the French barracks a
    menithod of punishment Is to
    Ce i'Tenildinig soldier up by his
    d then to spank him with a
    ayone't. In Algiers. where th"
    far removed in the outlying
    s from the central authority
    the n'rcvy of their tormentors.
    subjected to many forms of
    t lhe suggestion-of the ollicers.
    time ihe "vilo" was much Si
    ong the hazers in the Algerian
    f ocIu)p:ition. It consisted in
    a mamn in a deep bole made In
    of a reversed funnel dug by
    SiI the. ground as a place for
    ge of corn. The unfortunate
    left there sometimes for days.
    rdly anything to cat or drink
    'd all the time to the heat of
    while at night the place was
    ny died from hunger, thirst
    bile many others became in-

    itary authorities when" they
    ware of these tortures issued
    prohibiting such a punish-
    it is still practiced in isolated
    Igiers where no eye can see
    he officers are afraid.
    years ago Prince Piguatelli
    a young Spanish noble, ran
    his home and went to Al-
    join the- foreignn legion, the
    or men "pvith a past." His
    announced to the French milli
    horities that the prince had
    in the legion, but the authori-
    e able to get no word of his
    At last a soldier suggested
    iaps stranger, who wandered
    p and had considerable dilli-
    speaking French might bw the'
    The sergeant to whom the.
    ad spoken was drunk at the,
    became annoyed at the Spain
    k pken French, so he ord'retd
    stranger be placed in the
    rthbout more ado. Here the
    e young-man remained for two
    bout eating or drinking, and
    natureJ sentry broke the
    gat'e him food. As soon as


    rescued from the "vilo" the
    mn started for Spain. having
    roughly reconsidered his de-
    on to enter the celebrated
    ion.
    form of punishment which
    popular In Algiers was the
    A piece of wood, usually
    of a tree, was used. The
    laid on it usually bound so

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    use Chamberlain's Pasin BalR
    tism are delighted with thp
    f from pain which it affrdis
    elrine of this Mr. D. N. qioks.
    hio, wRvs: '-Rnmp time ao I
    re attack of rheumatism in
    Ud sh, ulder. I tried numrots
    hut oet no relief until I was
    ed by Messrs. George F. P-r-
    d. rugeists of this place, to
    berlin's Pain Balm. They
    ed it so highly that I, bought
    I wis soon relieved of all
    ve since recommended this
    to many of my friends, who
    k me that it is the best remedy
    Ilar rheumatism in the
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    that the middle of bis back would be
    resting on the wood. with bhis bead and
    feet hanging down to the ground. His
    feet were tied to an iron bar and his
    bands to another, and. left lying face
    upward, he was exposed for hours to
    the terrible heat of the sun. Some men
    have survived 12 hours of this torture.
    A form of punishment still popular
    among the French colonial troops-that
    is. popular with those who inflict it and
    not with those who suffer it-.Is the
    "crapadine." It consists of throwing
    the man face downward and tying his
    wrists and ankles behind his back so
    that his wrists and ankles are brought
    together.-New York Press.


    An Embarrasslgl Laugh..
    During a funny turn on the stage at
    the Walnut Street theater. Cincinnati.
    one night a man In the balcony leaned
    over the railing convulsed with laugh-
    ter. During an extraordinary burst of
    hilarity his false teeth flew from his
    mouth and fell in the lap of a lady
    who was sitting in the parquet. Those
    near looked up and saw the toothless
    man waving frantically to the lady to
    pick up his teeth. This caused a gen-
    eral laugh at his expense. The teeth
    were returned by an usher.-Exchange.

    Where the Guilt Lay.
    "You say the play was entirely with-
    out a villain?"
    "Yes-that is. if you choose to omit
    the author."- Indianapolis Press.

    Curiously. the men who are easiest to
    get along with are the very men who
    have no faculty for getting along.-be-
    troit Journal.
    INDIAN SIGNALS.
    The Long Distance Code by Which
    the Red Men Conversed. !
    The traveler on the plains in the early
    days soon learned the significance of
    the spires of smoke that lie sometimes
    .saw rising from a distant ridge or hill
    and that in turn lie might see answer-
    ed from a different direction. It was
    the signal talk of the Indians across
    miles of intervening ground, a signal
    used in rallying the warriors for an at-
    tack or warning them for a retreat
    when that seemed advisable.
    The Indian. had a way of sending up
    the smoke in rings or puffs, knowing
    that such a smoke column would at
    once be noticed and understood as a
    signal and not taken for the smoke of
    some camplire. lie made the rings by
    covering the little tire with his blanket
    for a moment and then suddenly re-
    moving the blanket and allowing the
    smoke to ascend, when he instantly
    covered the lire again. The column of
    ascending smoke rings said to every
    Indian within ,10 miles: "Look out.
    There is an enemy near." Three
    smokes built close together meant dan-
    ger. One smoke merely meant atten-
    tion. Two smokes meant "Camp at
    this place." Travel the plains. and the
    usefulness of this long distance tele-
    phone will quick-y. l become apparent.
    Sometimes at night '.the settler or
    traveler saw fiery lines crossingg the
    Aky. shooting up and falling, perhaps
    taking a direction diagonal to tlie line
    of vision. Hlie might guess that these
    were the signals of Indians. but unless
    be were an old timer he might not be
    able to interpret the signals. The old
    timer and the squaw man knew that
    one fire. arrow (an arrow prepared by
    treating the head of the shaft with
    gunpowder and fine bark) meant the
    same as the column of smoke puffs-
    viz. "An enemy is near." Two arrows
    meant "Danger." Three arrows sahid
    Imperatively. "This danger is great."
    Several arrows said. "The enemy are
    too many for us." Two arrows shot tup
    into the air at once meant "We shall
    attack:" three at once said. "We at-
    tack now." An arrow shot off in a
    diagonal direction said as plainly as
    pointing a finger. "That way." Thus
    the untutored savage could telephone
    fairly well at night as well as in day-
    time."

    The Best Chill Tonic
    Mi positively the King of Malaria. It
    trivs the malaria from the syste'n,. it
    itimnlates the appetite, it drives away
    hp langur, by its strengthenint and
    invigorating qualities. If you want the
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    SARAH AND THE "INDIANS."
    Rernhardt 'la ..(e I'fdorna F'or Themn
    at :'5 r (ei;s 11 ii Sarah IBernlmard, the ;;r. t French
    actress, oi(ce p..:y l ;In Suiai'an,. Ind.,
    at 35 cents a litad.I
    It \was iiiniiny ;::': ., and lBern-
    hardt was ;;i; ;I I( io r of the c(nill-
    try. On the v.a I' .14m Loui.sville to
    ll(linlln;il)ol;s the ;1 :;::, :i wv. -; sln l .-in-l at
    Sullivan 1by, the I .-vs that a s ';ri.us
    freight week I tl .1i-'ur dil a fetw nilhe.
    tip the Iroa;d! cuIomlplh';ly h.blockit" g hie
    tineks :nlld lit:ii;i::i: p:; l, ess in Int'':iii-
    i apolils imlp s.silep unit il t!ih nie:. da(!y.
    "Very well." .ai d he I l( ;!.'er iin ex-
    cel!ent French an:ld \wilih sliced calim-
    ness. "Since we c("nllot leave town
    we will give a perforaiiince lere."
    "Impossibe," saidil .Mine. l'1ernhard4t.
    also in French. "Quite impossiblee"
    "Not a bit." s.:iid the :nmana:Ier, and
    he went about it. The divine Bern-
    hardt, being under contract to play a
    certain numiiiber of nights, wa-; induced
    to consent. There was no "opera
    house" in Sullivan, but the Masonic
    hall was reiedl. and solne of the scen-
    ery was crowded into it. The local
    job otlice goit out n lot of handbills in
    a hurry. and Imess.iegers were dispatcb-
    ed to the a:tjoilninil towns to spread
    the gl;:d Inews that Ik-rnliar-dt, the di-
    vine Sara;t. nas to i)lay in Sirllivan
    that night tand that admission would
    hle :15 cents.
    "No iuse trying to c(.r ge ir. tropoli-)
    tanl prices iere." said tlhe Illnage(r to
    the treasurer. and tl;ht g lentleitlan sigh-
    ed and said he supposed not.
    In the early eve 't.il!g there beganI to
    come into town lo:ig I'!iesjorf green
    farmer waigOlns. each loaldling :a family
    party. When the house w:-s full. thie
    great ilernhardt cautiously too0k a peep
    at it from behind the flimsy curtain.
    "Mon Diou!" she cried, raising her
    Jeweled hands. "Look at the Indians!"
    But she played Fedora for them. and
    she played until 11 o'.clock.-Philadel-
    phia Saturday EveningfPost.

    HE USED THE SALT TEST.
    An Old Apache Clef's Knowledge
    of the Human System.
    In the early days of Union Pacific
    railroading -yictoria. Nana and Geron-
    Imo, the three chiefs of the Arizona
    Apaches, with 100 of their best bucks.
    came through to Green River. Wy.
    They had heard of the "heap wagon
    and no hoss" and had come to stop the
    train. Tiey made a lasso of rawhide,
    and 50 men on each side held on to the
    rope as the freight came down the
    Wasatch divide. The engineer saw
    when several miles away what the In-
    dians were up to. so he whistled "off
    brakes" and. opening his throttle, let
    her loose. The cowcatcher struck the
    rope and hurled the Indians in all direc-
    tions% literally tearing them to pieces,
    headless, armless and legless. The
    three chiefs went south to their cactus
    plains very crestfallen.
    Before they selected these men'the
    old Chief Victoria had them all eat a
    piece of rock salt about as big as a.
    pecan, run swiftly about 100 yards, sit
    down on a log or rock and cross their


    IntLk and 'l*nek.
    Two clerks I::nas
    eu.t, werl,'e in the euIp)loy of a wealthy
    nlerel-hatin. Thomas was always an in-
    dustrious lad. but Clarence was much
    given to frivolity and was extravagant
    in his habits. In after years Clarence
    married his employer's daughter and
    was made a partner in the business.
    Thomas continued to be an honest, In.
    dustrions clerk all his life, and his
    services were much appreciated by
    Clarence and his father-in-law..
    MoraL-There is no royal road' to
    success.-New York Commercial Ad
    Vertiser.
    Not PFffnl.
    Willie-I think I could die listening
    to Miss Trillerc-ing
    Cy Nick (Oh. Yvt may feel li!ke. 1
    Ing. but you'll Ipull tiroutlh I've Iieen
    through it cften.-Ohio State .Iourn.;l


    PUZZLED THE JEWELER.
    He Wanted a Second Hand Watch-
    and Finally Got It.
    lHe was evidently a foreigner, and ihe
    walked into one of the b)ig jewelry
    houses on F street and asked for a
    watch. lie would be pleasAl to exam-
    ine some "second ,hand watches,. he
    said to the clerk who advanced to meet
    him.
    "This isn't a pawnshop," observed
    the clerk haughtily.
    "No?" observed the man inquiringly:.
    "But you have watches?" And he polit-
    ed to the great showcase full of hand-
    some watches.
    "Certainly." replied the clerk. "Fin-
    est stock of watches il the city. How
    much do yon want to pay for a watch?"
    "How mooch?" asked the stranger.
    "Mooch as be is worth, so that he suits
    me. I have said that I desire a second
    hand watch-a good one that shall keep
    the -time."
    "e'-bere, sir; you are off your base.
    We don't keep secondhand goods. You
    will have to hunt elsewhere for second-
    hand watches."
    The stranger's eyes opened wide.
    "But you have him there, and there
    and there," he said as he began to ges-
    ticulate. "I have said s-e-c-o-n-d b-a-n-d
    watches," spelling it as though to make
    It plainer, "and they are here. every-
    where, yet you say you have them not.
    I do not comprehend you."
    "Well, I do you." replied the clerk
    sheepishly as he quickly got behind the
    counter. ""Just a little mix up. No
    harm done. I hope. Certainly we have
    watches with second hands. All our
    watches have second bands. We han-
    dle no others." And the stranger got
    his second hand watch, for which he
    laid down a $S'0 bill-Washington Star.


    Speculation and Theft.
    Some statistician, in emulation of
    Lombroso perhaps, has been figuring
    out the habitual employment of con-
    viets. He concludes that more men
    and women whose employers are the
    natfonaL. state or municipal govern-
    ments fall into evil ways and come to
    untoward ends than those who work
    for private individuals or corporations.
    A very large proportion of the men and
    women who have been handlers of pub-
    He moneys seem to yield to the con-
    stant temptation and begin to peculate.
    and some cynic avers that peculation
    Is the corollary of speculation. As a
    matter of fact, most of the big and lit-


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    ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.


    f1 tue w .: .. .. -.a hit'
    feel t Wl,.,.h ii ; ,;l l idt ;,. or halid
    the tlolgv,l ,ke ie s.-44 1''1-1t o ac-
    PI (l rt tl a 4'1e.il tiiip or for -t l,,a wat s ;z a il hzard-
    oUs. bi lie i,.<'pt..itd Ihe 'feet h rch vi-
    b .rated "crt. distinct and regular
    strokes.
    Now. what did the old chief know
    about p>lsanion of the arterial system
    or of h 'l-.; "nltion and indeed about
    salt in the system? I have lived near
    to Indian reservations and bare had
    occasion often to survey over their
    lands for railroads and other objects.
    and I have wondered where old Vic-
    toria got his idea. Is not the child of
    the sagebrush plains better posted
    than- his pateface brother? Chicago
    liter Ocean.
    A Love Letter of Prince Blamarck.
    "Onl ny window sill. among all sorts
    of crocuses and hyacinths, stand two
    camellias which always inspire me
    with strange thoughts. One of tlimn,
    slender aind pretty. with its ornainen-
    tal crown (top) and soft. pale--very
    pale-pink blossoms. but little folia-e
    and only two buds. transports nlt, to
    I; eddetin. holds itself raiser stiffly and
    lisps English. The other n::ikes far
    less impression of beauty as you loak
    at it. and its stalk betrays i ts g irl-
    ed twisting lack of care in its prutliii.g
    Froni-'fhe midst of the foliage looks
    out a dead branch, but the crown is
    ricb in leaves, and the foliage is groen-
    er than that of its neighbor. It gives
    promise of abundant blossoming in its
    eight buds. and its color is deip1 dark
    red and white in irregular gay variega-
    tion. Do you take the culmp:irisoun
    amiss? It is a lame comparison. more
    over, for I do not love c en mlltiis, [li-
    cause they are without odor. ani youl I
    love precisely on account of the fra-
    grance of the flower of your spirit.
    which is white,. dark red and black."
    Here is a picture ot the .Man of Iron
    with hiis ;armior- doiTed -arper's Mag-
    azille.


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    Short Rail Ride to Savannah.
    TiENc.E via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Fowu
    ships each week to New York, making close connection with
    ' New York-Boston ships, or Sound liners.


    .All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with nionthly sailin- sclicilules. Write for generate
    information. sailing schedutles, staterxnn Ie- ervations, or call on
    W. II. PLEAS \NTS. (General Freight an I iPassetiger 4gt. New Pier :1.8 North River. New York.
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    +Ar Ftrnan liia ........... :;:0 9 j. p 1 i a Arlaluhlwin ..44(.. ()
    ArEv-iett.... !2..... 1 05 pl 100 p 51 p Ar Wldo.....".. ... I i Sa 1 431
    Ar Sava: nan ............... 15 pI |l Ito ..r ainev ille ............. ..i .......
    Ar Fairfax ................ lla .... .. Ar Cedar Key ... ......... ,
    Ar Denmark ............... 3I58p: 2;5- a'.... ArSilver rings.. .' ; ..... .l.p
    Ar ( lumlia............... 521 (p 4:13 al ...... ArOcala.... .. i Z ..1 i2"41.a
    ArCam,,,leii ......42.... T| p3 .P;4a...... ArWildwvooil ...... ....... .2 14 TA
    Ar Soiatlhrn Pines...... ; Ii .a...... r .ur 3
    Ar Haliag................... 122 a p.... ArTavars.. ...... .......31
    Ar Portsmoutlh....... .... I 7 a) i 5-I,0 ...... Arorlanlo .... ..... ..1... 445
    Ar Richmond.............. .... 54 ; t a 5 ;- p) ...... Ar inter Park ..5: p .
    r Wa-iuigton .............8 45a 9: p .... r Dade City. I.......i 3.......
    Ar Ikltimn.re ............. liIt : aHl : :. r Plant City ..... .....! ...... 4 '
    Ar Philadelphia. p ........ 2. p 2 ....t. rT .pa..... "..... ..S. .
    A r N ew Y ork t .......... ;a .
    A e. t .. ..r. < .. .. No. "2 l.iaves "allh a-,s e o:ng east at 1.
    t)V. 1 i i arrives Vontieltllo 3 15. Live Oak 4.-11. Law
    Lv Jack.,naville........ ....... 7ill ;p 9! tia City 5.2.5 Jacksonmille 7. p. m. N o. 4 rv.~>ij
    Ar Lake City ................. ...... 13 1 I:i .vast I. a'-,s T lal;is Lee :3:l15i.m. arrividR
    Ar Live O(ak.................. I.. rI p 1 Ja-k ao.ville 9 a il.
    Ir Madi-un ....... ...............1 5 p i4 p *No. ( 8 leaves, Jacksonville daily t
    Ar Monlielio ................ .....12 I a t315 p 1 :2-) p. m., arrives Fl.reriadiin.li : p. vi.
    Ar Thomasvillc .. ..... ....... I(i;; ...... Connection nmaie at I-eLriaidina: with Cumber-
    Ar Montaomery ...... ..... .. 10 ...... land Route steamers, leaving" Fernaunliu.n 1 :1-
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    ArTallahaiscc...................I t a ;(Ap 5:(M)p m.
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    .Jlck-onville and New York, via Richmond and M a,;hington. including dr twinug room, eom.nat-
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    31 an-d -I carry Pulhman Bullet sleep.inr car-. Itwt en Jack-ontVi.l,. anuI Tamn.i,
    No. 66, Florida and Atlantic Fast M .l. solid ve-tihuled trdin, consi-tintm of iday ciehele ma1 ,
    laggage and express. cars between Jack-sodville and Wa'hiilgto, and Piullman sleep r b-tweft
    Jacksonville and New York.
    Steamers for Key *est and Havanna--No. 27 mikes conneetioa at Port Tampa with steamed
    leaving Mondays, Thur-days-anl satur.iays.
    No. *2 andl 1, sleeper bIetween New Orlr ns and Jacksonville.
    Fultinfokmatlon at City Ticket Office I R. P. Iopkins, Agent.
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    The many friends of Mrs. I. H. Hand,
    fiiedrly Mrs. Bull of this city, will be
    swryto hear that she has been very ill
    with heart failure, while Dr. Hand has
    also been ill with grippe.
    Mr. H. N. Sweeting, the jeweler, has
    on exhibition in his store an attachment
    to the ordinary piano by means of which
    a small child, without any previous
    knowledge of the instrument can play
    #he most difficult music. .He has delight-
    ed a large number of music lovers o-
    our city during the past week by renderf
    ing a large number of the popular airs of
    the day. The instrument never fails to
    call forth expressions of wonder and de-
    light..


    CASTOR IA,
    For I3fants and Children.
    T KiMd You Have Always Bought
    Iears the
    signature of

    Dr. Adrian D. Williams has arrived
    from Charleston Medical College, of
    Charleston, S. C., and will associate
    himself with his brother, Dr. Gilbert
    Williams of this city.
    The Alba Heywood Company fully
    sustained their reputation when they
    performed here last season. They return
    again this year under the auspices of the
    T. 1. A., and will givta performance for
    the benefit of that Association at Mun-
    ro's Opera House March 18, 1900.
    Did it ever occur to you that a little
    Perry Davi6' Pain-Killer on the end of
    the finger applied once or twice to a
    mosquito bite would counteract the pois-
    on and speedily reduce the swelling?
    Pain-Killer will also cure bites and
    stings of other poisonous insects as well
    as reptiles. See directions as to use u; on
    wrapper on each bottle. Avoid substi-
    tutes, there is butone Pain-Killer, Perry
    Davis'. Price .25c and 50c.
    Senator "Palmer accompanied by his
    "wife returned from Tampa Sunday.
    Mrs. Palmer who has been here several
    times at previous sessions of the Legisla-
    ture, has many fiiendsjn the city who
    will be glad to hear of her arrival.
    If your stomach is weak it should have
    help. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives strength
    to the stomach and cures dyspepsia and
    indigestion.
    Mr. Perry C. Snell, of Columbia, Tenn.
    was in the city this week on his way
    Shoe. He is delighted with the Talla-
    hamee country.|
    Mrs. Geo. W. Saxon. wife of the Pres-
    ident of the Capital City Bank. of this
    eity, returned from Baltimore Saturday
    where she had been spending a visit of
    several weeks.
    A charming young lady named Miss
    Emmie Flagg Perkms arrived at the
    home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo B. Perkins
    Monday evening about 8 p. m., conse-
    quently George wears a broad emile this
    -week. Congratulationsold fellow.
    Old Soldier's Experience.
    M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
    Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
    was sick a long time in spite of good
    doctor's treatment, but was wholly
    cured by Dr. King's New Life Pidls.
    which worked wonders for her health."
    rhey always do. Try them. Only 25c
    at all drug stores.
    THE LEGISLATIVE ABSTRACT
    Continued from 4th Page.
    change the names of the Hillsborough
    River and Mosquito Lagoon to Indian
    River North. Referred to Comrn. on
    Commerce an Navigation.
    H. B. No. 111: For the relief of John
    T. Detwiler for services and expenses
    as Fish Commissioner of the State of
    Florida. Referred to Corn on Fish-
    eries.
    By Mr. Whaley: H. B. No. 112: To
    prohibit the carrying of concealed
    weapons. Referred to Judiciary Cornm.
    By Mr. Campbell: H. B. No. 113: To
    amend Section 2004 of the Revised
    Statutes of Florida. Referred to Ju-


    diciary Com.
    H. B. No. 114: To provide a penalty


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    Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
    -will feed the nerve that is cry-
    ing for food-it is hungry--
    and set your whole body going
    again, in a way to satisfy nerve
    and brain from your usual food.
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    "Never mind, old man," he said. "I
    shall stop at the tavern and leave some
    money for you with the landlord."
    The old negro was not Imniressed
    with the stranger, but he called at the
    tavern and asked the keeper if an old
    gentleman had left anything there for
    him..
    "Oh, yes," said the landlord, "he left
    a silver dollar for you. What do you
    think of that old gentleman?"
    The negro gazed at the dollar and
    said:
    "He was a gem'man, for sho', but"-
    patting his forehead-"he didn't have
    much in here."-World's Work.


    A Woman'. No.
    "Learn to say 'no.' my daughter," ad-
    vised the wise mamma.
    "But why?" inquired the coy debu-
    tinte.
    j"Because it is more fun to keep the
    Oen guessing for awhile." .
    jThus. we see that woman's "no"
    dheans "guess" In stead of "yes." aS
    the proverb would have us believe.-
    altimore American.

    - EASTER EGG DYES
    at

    BALKCOM'S.
    S Tax NoUtice.
    All taxes not paid by April 80th will
    be advertised and sold. -
    W. A. DzaMtLY,
    6-4t Tax Collector.


    THU~8DYAPUIL 11, 1901.


    I


    oft Live Oak,
    W,N. b, Is lat week.
    c f-P ayy Card, Deer Lodg, Tenn.,
    .ae19. A. ..190L.. m8. B0To,.
    M. W J. .A. Holloway and children
    iee ;een spending a season at Newport

    MisA 8tuyvesant Peabody, of Chicago,
    tiased through the city on her way home
    ast week.


    e THE

    for warring weapons secretly on or
    abo i the person. Referred to Judici-

    SENATE, APRIL 9.
    S nate met pursuant to adjourn-
    men-. The President in the chair; The
    following, Senators answered to their
    nanmes:
    M-. President, Messra. Adams, Baker,
    Blitch, Broome, Butler Carson, Cott-
    rell, Crews, Crill, Denham, Dimick,
    Har-is, Kirk, Miller, Myers, McCaskill,
    McCreary, MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien
    Pal er of 14th, Peacock, Rogers,
    Ro Whidden, Sams, Wilson of 4th.
    Wil n of 7th, and Wadsworth-30.
    T e President announced the fol
    low ng Committee on the part Of the
    Se te under Senate Concurrent Re.-
    oluion No. 2: Messrs. Miller, Whidden
    and Harris.
    Ttie President announced the fol-
    low ng Committee on the part of the'
    Senate under House Concurrent Reso-
    lution No. 1: Messrs. MacWilliams,
    Wil ;on of 4th and Adams.
    Introduction of bills.
    By Mr. Adams: S. B. No. 70: To pro-
    vide annuities for disabled soldiers and
    wives of deceased soldiers and s.c;:.-
    of the State of Florida. Referir to-
    Com. on State Affairs.
    S. B. No. 71: Mak4ng incurablQ fe.
    sanity a ground for divorce of husband
    and wife, and regulating procee.'- .:1
    in such ,cases. Referred to Judiciary
    Comn.
    By Mr. McCreary: S. Joint 1. No
    72: Relating to the election of United
    States Senators by the people. Re-
    ferred to Com. on Privileges and Elec-
    tions.
    By Mr. Wilson of 7th: S. B. No. 73:
    To amend Chapter 4497, Laws of Flor-
    ida, the same being an act to incorpor-
    ate the city of West Tampa, in the
    county of Hillsborough. Referred to
    Cor~. on City and County Organiza-
    tion.
    *By Mr. O'Brien: S. B. No. 74: For
    the- prevention of cruelty to children
    and animals, and to rescue children
    from immoral -surroundings. Referred
    to Judiciary Com.
    S. B. No. 75: For the relief of Lee
    Daniell. Referred to Com. on Claims.
    By Mr. Sams: S. B. No. 76: To name,
    improve, regulate and inspect the
    Asylum for the Insane, located at
    Chyttahoochee, Gadsden county, Flor-
    ida; Referred to Com. on State Affairs.
    fy Mr. Wilson of 7th: S. B. No. 77:
    To amend the city charter of the city
    of %fort Tampa. Referred to Com. on
    Ci r and County Organization.
    I after considering the reports of the
    v ious Senate Committees, the Senate
    ad Turned.

    arion IsEaderse by the best Physician
    ma guaranteed to cure Chills, Fever and
    A&.Ie. All -drurgists or from MofB t
    Wst Drug Co., 8. L ouis.


    tarslhalIsi Absent-indedness.
    One day Judg.e Marshall, engrossed
    In his reflections, was driving over the
    wretched roads of North Carolina on
    his way to Raleigh In a stick gig. His
    horse turned out of the road, and the
    sulky ran over a sapling and was tilted'
    so as to arouse the judge. When be
    found that he could move neither to
    right nor left, an old negro, who had
    come along, solved the difficulty.
    "My old masterr" he asked, "what
    for you.don't back your horse?"
    "That's true," said the judge, and he
    acted as advised. Thanking-his deliv-
    erer heartily, he felt in his pocket for


    Au UsertI
    There is no disease m
    nature than dyspepsia.
    the symptoms of no tm
    .therefore most diffieln
    diagnosis. No matter
    whatdisguisedyspepsia
    Iron Bitters will cure
    diseases of the stomach
    V"owns' Iron Bitters ii
    BIRDS-EYE VIEV
    ORED P
    April has put in
    morning fresh, brig
    antiquated custom
    sons April-fool and
    letters is rapidly
    the happenings an
    to be. There are
    would like to eng
    some kind that wi
    better, brighter an
    be afraid to step of
    dertaking like a ch'
    fearing a fall.
    Tallahassee is j
    tivity, brought atx
    bling of the State I
    organization of -th
    Institute, both on
    We are .expecting
    during the next tw
    The Knights of
    their anniversary
    evening by listening
    sermon delivered b
    erson at Bethel.
    this city.
    The A. M. E. R(
    ited by H. T. Keali
    delphia, Penn., is
    mation.
    Wealth of Georg
    nished by Con
    Wright is shown
    ing tax returns of
    formerly published
    Journal. /The agg
    erty owned,by neg
    $14,118,179, as agai
    year. Of this $4,3
    *town property, and
    rented by farm lan
    $75 worth of mere
    j80 in cash solvent
    In plantation and
    The total number
    owned by negroes i
    -073 and there are'
    A WoUderftJ
    The last quarter o
    many wonderful disc
    but none that have ae
    humanity than that st
    remedy, Browns' Iron
    contain the very elem
    and neither man, won
    it without deriving I
    Browns' Iron Bitters i
    l I
    RB*ii 11 f^^^,


    the State as shown by the di-
    There are among them four-
    awyers, forty-three doctors and
    dentists. The report shows a
    d improvement in their condi-
    Georgia. In fact, their property
    shows a flattering increase for
    year since 1879, whe4 they re-
    a taxation only of $5,182,398
    of property. In 1889 ten years
    they had doubled their posses-
    returning for taxation at that
    $10,415,330 worth of property.
    w with smiles of congratulation


    L ESTATE


    BARGAINS.


    a Iseae. ers in
    nore uin its gest.
    Physiec y that teen l
    ro cases agree. It is
    It to make a correct five
    how severe, or under marke
    Attacks you Browns' tion in
    it. Invaluable in all on n
    h, blood and nerves, return
    i sold by all dealr.h every
    V OF THE COL- turned
    EOPLE. worth
    an appearance this later,
    ,ht and balmy. The sions,
    of catching per- time
    writing April-fool We bo
    passing kway with
    d things that use REA
    those now who
    -age in reform of
    11 make the world T corp
    d happier. Do not ing lots.
    Trable.
    ff in this noble un- 44-tf.
    ild in its first steps FOUR
    shore ft
    ow a scene pf ac- 44-. t
    )ut by the assem- DL an
    building
    Legislature and the urbl, an
    ie State Teachers' a bargal
    the same day. E heE
    some good things unsurpa
    surround
    o months. a lifetin
    Pythias celebrated tobuy.
    on last Sunday S one
    g to an appropriate gs0' 0'
    now in o
    y Rev. J. B. AHank- W. McG
    Ba'tist Chuich of F& (
    Sept. 14,
    review Number, ed- F10
    ng; A. M,, of Phila- known a
    of Tallal
    brim full of infor- ing of gt
    acre of
    $50 dow
    ia negroes, as fur- arefoun
    etc., tot
    iptroller General owner.
    in his consolidat- F JRP
    the colored people fold fu
    arming
    I in the Atlanta etc. M
    regate of all prop-
    ,roes in Georgia is
    nst $13,560,179 last SAL
    361,390 is city and widely
    $4,274,549 is repre- "ELDO
    ds. They own $72,-
    handise, have $93,- FOR
    debts and $469,637
    merchandise tools.
    of acres of land
    n Georgia is 1,075,-
    110,985 negro vot-
    I Dtseovery.
    f a century records
    overies in medicine,
    accomplished more for
    erling old household
    Bitters. It seems to
    ents of ood health,
    an or child can take
    the greatest benefit.
    s sold by all dealers


    STORE.


    J. W. Collins s headquarters for
    everything in the line of Fancy sand
    Staple Groseries. He knows the needs
    of the masses of the people and caters
    to them for the purpose of building up
    and holding trade. He also carries
    several other lines in which he main-
    tains the same reputation. You can
    seve money by calling on him.

    E. L. GROSS,

    Commission Broer


    Our stock is complete,
    and you have the j ad-
    vantage of our expe-
    rience as ..


    Contractorseas


    -AND--


    JBuideis,


    In helping you select
    is best suited for
    wants. We are not


    what
    your
    mak.


    at the progress made by our sister Quincy. S. S. Lane anitl
    State. Mr. 1. C'. or, iviN
    Presiding Elder S. H. Hernd n has the subimrfii of the city
    out a neat program for the ses ion of of strawil :rries on 1nhk
    the Quincy District Conference to be furnishing to person g
    held in Quincy the 12th inst., losing prices.
    Sunday evening the 15th. Re J. M. Rev. A. J. Kershaw,
    Wise and his congregation at Foun- pala(hic'l).. spent a few
    tain Head A. M. E. Church, closed Capital ('ity with d al
    their rally on last Sunday ever ng, in portedl uv'- $y0 rajm.
    which they reported having raised pst three, months. H'
    $40.41, assisted Revs. S. L. I is of push spirit.
    '


    ESTERBI

    THE BEST MADE.
    Send 10 cetsfor 1i assorted pens.


    i Then


    Old Vir

    m to waste, as th<
    * dut off and th


    1 1
    five cents, yo

    0 and of better

    * when you pa
    -U


    Five Cent Ci

    SThree hundred mil o
    Year. Ask your

    ***BE@UOE


    LL STATIONERS SELL
    THI FSTERBROOI
    2t'Johuna,3


    U


    ,is no end of


    mina Cheroc


    Lre is no finished end

    ow away. Whcf

    Virginia Che s I

    have more

    quality, tha. P

    -ifteen centtht


    IarS.


    Old Virginia Cheroots.m ol
    n dealer. Price, 3 for 5(


    W. N. TAYLOR. T


    TAYLQR.& CHII

    Architecij and Build


    Mill


    Work.


    [K'Y-FOUR ACRES OF LAND IN THE
    or:,te limits of the city, embracing huild-
    and truck farms all contiguous and de-
    Apply to W. W.MCGRIFF.
    HUNDRED ACHES OF FINE FARM-
    land on Lake .Jacks-on,one mile of lake
    r pasture. Apply to
    W. W. M<;lutry.
    LIABLE KEsIIENCES ON MONROEF
    d McCarthy Streets Warehouse and
    g lots, at and near depot. Southern sub-
    ad Long Grove Addition. Will be sold at
    n. W. W. MCGRIFF
    RAL of the most prominent residences in
    city-on Calhoun and (linton streets-
    ssed for business convenience or social
    dings. such as are not on the market for
    ne. For terms apply early, if you want
    W. W. MG'RIFF.
    CITY BUSINESS PROPERTIES FROM
    lot to a whole block, from $1. MO to
    upon which are paying investments
    operation 12 per cent, net. Apply to vW.
    rrifll
    8ALE CHEAP--O'E-EIGHTH IN-
    eat in the Long Grove Lots.
    * y,. R. MINRO.
    i LE- -On Saturday. the *()th of April,
    L to the highest bidder, the property
    LS the Peeler place, hal f a mile northeast
    hassee, on the Micco-ekip road, cnsiz-t-
    ood 6-room frame hou-e and fifty-two
    land, with improvements. Terms cash.
    n at time of sale, hilance When deeds
    id 0. K. All expenses of conveyancinr,
    be assumed by purchaser. By order of
    LENT-Farm of 50 acres three-quarter
    Ile routhpf Tallahassee. Will sell house-
    rniture, several pieces old mahogany.
    mplements. family here, phaeton.
    s. J. M. BAiKEza. tf
    SAT.ESMEN,.
    8MAN WANTED -For Z74zibar"
    Ut-Rust Paint, guaranteed fAre years.
    known. Side line or exclusive. GAR-
    )IL Co.. ( levland. O.
    FOR RENTs
    tKNT- -Ten acres of land known as the
    11' s place. InQuire of A. J. FISH. 2t




    POINTER!


    To those in search
    of first-class ....
    / ,


    lARDWARIE3


    Ask for
    the. .



    SCG.'


    A PtRrCT BLOOD FUR riR.


    --


    Manufacturers
    of all kinds of .
    rough and
    dressed lum- -
    ber, mould.
    lags, stairs T-
    rails, balusters, -. --,--
    porch columns, bracket, mantels, grills, fancy
    ments, and turned and scroll work of every desert
    Lime and Cement for sale.

    Al orders will 'receive prompt



    We G raitee Our Worki to- be First-Class i,
    -. Pces Reasonable.


    Office, .Shop and Lumber Yrd, on SeaBoard
    lot south of county jail.

    Phone Sto87! N.

    New Store! New..


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