Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
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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 25, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00042
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
lccn - sn 95047416
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Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

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Z5rAB3 1M3S 1861.
IN.TRICE, ruoluhee ana Proprsotorj




future generations widl rise up and call Henriette. The members of the club tucky, and Representative from' PosK nard, first lieu nant commander; C.
you blessed. Flbrida Voter. and the following girls enjoyed the county, will deliver the anniversary A. Bryan, e nd lieutenant corm-
EX1E SAU AN A ride: Misses -Hattie PerKins, Ebe address. Col. Dowden is an Odd Fellow mander; A. Woodward, adjutant
A STATE LIBRARY. Quaile, Bessie! Damon, Susie VanBrunt, of high rank, and is reputed to be a and secretary; homas Costa, quarter-
Now that the question of moving the Ethel Baker, Clare Bowen, Clifton speaker of much excellence. All Odd master and t urer. All Confederate
Capital has been settled, anu the pres- Byrd, Blanche Peret; chaperones, Fellows and the public generally are Veterans and ns of Veterans are in-
STime fr completion f thent capitol will be enlarged; more ad- Misses Edna; Evans and Virginia invited to attend. vited to meet ith Lamar Camp in
equate provision should be made for Joost. Word cannot express what a memorial servi on the 26th.
thn e proper keeping of the records. To nice time they had on that occasion. EDUCATIONAL.
do this a State Library is necessary, The next h opening of interest was The following is an extract from an A DLAYED HAIRES LETTER.
and a librarian to keep in order the a social give y the club at the real- address delivered by Judge Horatio Chaires, Apri 2.-A certain man
books and papers of library. One good, dence of Mr. i. A. Rawls last Friday Davis, of Gainesville, Florida, before a here has been aging war with the
large room will meet the demands for iight. Games: were played, and then Teachers' Institute held 'in that cit5 mumps. He ve likely had a Gilderoy
T MArs to come; the salary of the librar- ce cream, sherbet, cake and fruits of some time ago:/ experience with hem as he was cooped
all lan need be no great sum, for sincescriptios were served, andmore t has been said that the hand that up in the ho all last week, appear-
Suties would be light the greatest* games were lilayed. The members of rocks the cradle is the hand that ruls ing Monday m rning with his head
expense would be in cataloguing and the culb and tihe following little misses the world, but I believe that the h.nd enveioped in white fascinator or
arranging the material already on were present Kate Mickler, Hattie that leads the child along the pathway something of t kind. If we were not
th Senate Committee on Rail- hand. This is not much. Perkins, Susie VanBrunt, Ebie Quaile, of learning has as much to do with 'tie afraid he would this in print would
Sthe There is no State in the Union that Eunice Rawls, Clifton Byrd, Minna ruling of the world as the hand that say hs name i J. H. Patterson, our
roads and Telegraphs has a more fascinating history than- Lewis, Ruby Diamond and Bessie Da- rocks the cradle. Education, in its efficient postmaer.
Florida, not only in Spanish and Brit- mon. They departed for their homes, true sense, is not the mere instruction Orange Blos4ns are very numerous
|---- ish days, but also in .-e eighty years but they did pot go to sleep for some in different branches of stud: the at this place, aid they are living now
of territorial and State life. To maKe time, thinking what a nice time they mere teaching of a certain prescribed in joyful expectancy of the annual
Sthe many measures nowbeforethe htis known to future generations the nad. When they did go to sleep they curriculum, but it includes th3 c.ltiva- tLaster egg huntunext Friday afternoon.
slature, this section of the State, records must have teen preserved. dreamed all the rest of the nigh.. about tion of the mind, the habit: and the They Will be e tertained in the even-
all that territory lying west, southreco Whatrds mighty empires may not have what nice things they had to eat. manners. It means the unfolding and ing at the hom of the lady manager,
southeast of us, are perhaps as existed and no trace of tnem now is to The old saying "so far so good," is evolution of human nature and the lift- Mrs. H. P. Wo dbery.
h interested in the bill to extend"oe found, because there are no records. very true in this case, and the next ing up of man to the highest possi- A letter front a former Chaires boy,
time for the completion of oe Tal- And already it is becoming difficult to good thing will be at the res.uence of ability. Webster defines education as who is now in!the Philippines, to his
South Eastern Railway, pere find out about many things that one Mr. R. J. Evans on May 10. Refresh- "That series of instruction and dis- mother is intensely interesting, as it
More generally known as the would like to know concerning Florida ments of all descriptions will be served cipline which is intended to enlighten gives a detailed account of a fifty-one
tesville road. in ante-bellum days. to grace the occasion. the understanding, correct the temper, days' trip on the ocean, and describ-
lls have been introduced in both Florida is increasing so rapidly in and form the manners and habits of ing five ports along the route.Gibraltar
aches of the Lebiplature provid- population and wealth that there is DUPING THE NEGROES. youth and fit them for usefulness in with its lovely scenery; the stone city
for the extension of the charter no longer any adequate reason for The information should be circulated their future stations." of Malta; Columbo, where he took a
the 31st day of May-the date on making the Secretary of State assume among the southern negroes that there You have undertaken to educate and jnricksha excursion through the town
cch it expires-for one year. That also the duties of a State Librarian. is no demand 'at all for laborers in Li- education means elevation, and the el- and could have gone out in the country
extending the time until August A--s own particular duties are enough beria, and that all emigration societies ovation of the mind alone will not all for five cents; Singapore and Port
for the completion of the road to nor should the books belonging to the : "signed to ship negroes to that coun- make good citizens and happy men and Said, the great coaling station. He
ry in Taylor county, and for one State be scattered in nooks and cran- -try are little better than catch-penny women. Your distinctive duty, it has says a great many accounts the news-
Sfrom the passage of the act for nies and out-of-the-way places, ipac- frauds. As many of the emigrants been said, is to ring the rising bell in papers give of the horrors of war are
completion of the road to the Su- cessible, and a prey to moths and de- as can find money to pay their passage the dormitory of the soul, and you not to be believed.
ee River. cay. There is not in Tallahassee, and back have returned to this country must remember that the dormitory of Mr. G. A. Chaires' many friends re-
e Senate Committee on Railroads if not there, perhaps not ,n the State, showing evidences of great hardship the soul contains the manners and the great that he is again sutfering with his
Telegraphs have reported favor- a complete file of a newspaper since and suffering and telling tales i at habits as well as the mind. Never for- old trouble, asthma. He spent several
upon the Senate bill. and the 1824-perhaps not since 1845,-or even aught to discourage the movement.The get that you are laying a foundation months recently at Punta Gorda, Nas-
lase Committee was to kave taKeo since 1865. method of the societies are to send upon which a most important super- sau and other places in quest of health.
on last evening, but were asked to Florida owes it to herself to preserve qlausitle agents among the colored structure is to be erected. Mr. Jim Fleming and wife have
y the matter unat next Tuesday her people's history. people of the south with brilliantly il- The teacher should be proud of his moved into the cottage near the'Meth-
the opposition to prepare their side. Columbia, S. C. Edwin L. Green. luminated posters and pamphlets rep- profession. The weak spot in your odist Church. We welcome this young
Sis an important, road to middle, resenting Liberia to be a land of milk professional armor is that so many couple in our naidst.
and south Florida. It will give NEW SCHEDULE. and honey, like Canaan of the Israel- enter your ranks with no intention of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boyleston in-
outhern section o the State an T ites, and selling tickets to those who making tea2:ug a life time business. tended attending divine services at the
t straight line outlet to the The Tallahassee Soth Eastern Rail- wish to go. 'The tickets are paid for The lawyer, the ctC.- the civil n Caital City Sunday, but the rain pre-
thwest and west and middle Flor- way commenced a new daily schedule 7n the installment plan, so much a gineer, enlist for life; the teacher, in vented.
a much shorter route to the south- yesterday morning, and will continue month, but it the full price is not paid -too many instances, till he can get A party of young people went on a
portion of the State. it hence forward. For the present pas- Wvithin a certain time all previous pay- something else to do. Desire to change stroll the other day to gather some of
he people behind it now are men of senger trains will leave Helle Air mert are forfeited. In this way the has wrecked many a man. The voyage .,e flowers that grow in. such profus-
too. Men who expect to buil- Crossing every morning at 8 o'clock on,mnanies lhIve nmad a profitable en- of lifA is not an easy one. It is not ion 'round here. Many lilies, violets,
e hence only a reasonable time and arrive at Wacissa at 9.15 a. m. terprieo of the Liberian cause, because given to man to float lazily along the etc., were found wasting their fra-
e for. Half anhourbefore the leaving tim o in o hir subscribers ever moving stream. He must ship his oars grande on the desert air, and sweetly
South Eastern is being opposed above mentioned, backs will leave the re,-eee.:s in i-.lAying with the con- and work manfully if he wishes that breathing forth in "perrumed silence"
Drew road, which is said to Leon ant. t. James' hotels for the p.ur- ,,jio-,; (f P atuaat.. A nan with voyage. to be a successful and happy .ne love or God. Such i calculated to
a log road, and the projectors pose of conveying passengers out to 1 or.000 ,or ,.000 can nmake a fbrtun one. io your profession, as in all call fort every tender sentiment of
new road from South Georgia Belle Air Crossirg. If anorderbegi-c,. n. ie 'e. tr~e there but labor is a others; hope, perseverance and indus- the heart An occasional glance at a
through Greenville. The Talla- the previous day the acks will clll rrug o'. t, market try are necessary. In all pursuits of certain young couple brought to mind
South Eastern will be of much anywhere in the city for tinies of despondency come. Ap- what the poet says about a young
vice to .he people of the State, Returning from Wacissa daily n aren't failure of results dishearten and man's fancy in the spring.
r,and the arguments all seem train will leave at 4 o'clock p. m., and N .. TOM. aiscourige. We ask ourselves, cui Miss Lilla Srpith spent several days
its favor. Nevertheless, the arrive at Belle Air Crossing at 5.15 p. lThat tro1igy in the musical world, bono? Why struggle on? Remember last week very pleasantly with Miss
of the latter uave got to do m., where hacks will rieet each trair .Ili l Torn, anwf-earcd at the Pike last thaft: .hest results are seldom appar- Gertrude Tynor.
Swork, or the other fellows to convey passengers to town. night. It *w^ld hbe but a multiplica- ent at he time of action. The seed A few invited friends will dine with
d in K .Tie measure. Ths offers an excellent opportunity tion of words to attempt to describe time anid the harvest do not come to- ..Ir. and Mrs. Orman Chaires on tie
_- e --'" for hunting and fishing-especially the the wonderflil talent for music this gether-;but sow good seed. cultivate 7th. this being Master Taliaferro's
ST THE DISPENSARY. latter. The Wacissa River is said to :qlored man has. There has never been well an the harvest is certain, birthday.
SApril 20.-I find this par- Deteeming with fresh water fish of all nis equal. Last night he, as usual, de- I Ars. Snipes 'ate ripe -strawberries
the Smter20.- County Timspar- kinds, and between 9.15 a. m and 4 p lighted all who heard him. In his play- LUXURY OF TRAVEL. from her garden last Sunday.
ini. persons are given an opportunity 'ng of Beethoven's Sonata, Pathet- .. is about time for picnics to legin
editor, who is a Represent- for a fishing trip of about the right qe, Paderewski's Mirette. and In this age of progress and advance- t Lake Erie id Jacob's Well. Per-
theLegddmerit do we realize the improvements haps every oneJdoes not know Chaires
n the Legislature: "It is sai length to be pleasant and successful. theirr high class compositions, he dis- that have been brought, about in the aps every oneocs not know Chaires
bill relating to county dispen- playedd his marvelous memory and ap- thathave been t. ut the easy reh of such famous
'for the sale of whiskey will be Areciation of the fine Phrasyig in them. passenger, train service of the rail- places(?)
ced this session and its passage April Showers.reiation ofase fine cthrasig in th roads a to frequency, speed and lux-Observer
It is said on reliable authority Wash away ile fitlth and waste th He gave a- number of imitations of uriousnkss? In this connection Florida
the whiskey distillers of Iouis- have Pc.-tu..ulatled ,diringm winter various sounds so accurately that one ranks foremost. The Seaboard Air 'I have been trouhld with indigo
H have engaged forty rooms at the In like manner Ht lds ..'alarulla x not s being h!m would believe they Line ilway has in effect a complete otf for ten earns, hi ve ritn armv
Hotel for lobbyists, who will be pels fiom the blood iunrite t hv. ar th sons from the insument schedule prepared for the comfort of mthin-ndspn mhne to no nr-
here to endeavor to defeat the won deposited during rlte season imitat.Cicinnati Enquirer all travelers, visitors and Floridians. oe utl I K Di
This last statement of our Rep- there has lWen but little pwrspiration an At Munro'From tampa, Orlando, cala, Gaines- O a ntHid trie oo heSlo DtshlrdCp
tive reminds me very forcibly perhap. constant in ii April 2, 1901. era House ville ad other South Florida points balre rel tewo ttlhe n a:ll gotther
statement of the Apostle eaul in and vitiated air. It is a o<.n to tire, Apr two trains are operated daily from i tk I feel more lk
1:14, 15: "to the Corinthian Church, 2 mothers, usnd their r t s, t her indoors. an A PITIFUL SIGHT. .ackovlle and return, and at Jack- tan I have felt in twent vears." An-
1:14, 15: "And no marvel: for iho ep*-nd their time indoors. y sonville the Seaboard Air Line Rail- derson Riggs of Sunny L-ne, T-x.
himself is transformed into an It gives the blood richnessandvitality Willie Robinson, who resides with way hs connecting service to and ouands have testified as did Mr.
of light. Therefore it is no fitting it to nourish ant] strengthen li his widowed mother and several sis- from Ike City, Live Oak, Madison Riggs. All dealers.
thing if his ministers also be n rves, muscles and all the irea' oruan- ters, on Lake Bradford, is in a pitiful Monticeilo, Tallahassee, Quincy and
rmed as the ministers of right- *>f the body. It cures Il spring humor condition. About ten days ago he was River Jpnction, in order that the tray- -.ARD TO PURCHASE
s: whose end shall be accord- and banishes that tired feeling. reported as having been afflicted w..a elers miy visit any point on its lines
their works." But I am afraid It is the best medwine m.nwyv can bIn hydrophobia, but this proved untrue, in Florida without delay. These trains The Pecollar Red RIbhon of the
e whiskey devil is only publish- for all diseases cased by impure or im- His mind seems to have given, way all carry first-class through-fare French Legion of Honor.
f rumor to cover up his real poverished blood. Y u should begin i; entirely, and he sits and stares straight coaches' and Pullman sleepers on the The peculiar red ribbon which mem-
Sand that he will not render today. in front of himself most of the time. night trains, so that comfort is comrn- hers of the Legion of Honor of France
of t pee e efficient Then he becomes frantic and has to be bined ith TdispatchWEST. are entitled to wear is to be had in
This would not be consistent r. Green A. Cl res and his son signs of violence, however, and the The seaboard Air Line Railway New York atone establishment, which
persistent efforts totbetoinsthe G r. ree A resJ r o ant Panah o mother will not consent for him to be operates the only through Pullman is naturally sought out by Americ'ans
persistent efforts to retain the G. A. Chaires, Jr., are now at Panacea. sent to the State Hospital for the In- sleeping car service from Jacksonville honored with this decoration. But
teen disgrace, which Con- Mr. Chairs uthas been very ll at his sane. It is alleged that 'he first to New Orleans daily, including Sun- they never have the satisfaction of get-
nour rjust wiped off the fair e-ven home atires, Fla., but has rapidly showed signs of lunacy in over zealous- days. This train passes through Talla- ting the ribbon :until the firm that has
of our grea(not nation.y Chran even improved after dnkng the health- ness in religious meetings being con- hassee, eFuniak, Pensacola and Mo- the exclusive ale of it has received
Sadvertiseson (not to say Christian giving waters of Pabeen ordered. dncted in the neighborhood by several bile. At New Orleans connections are official notice tihat the persons applying
W tradvertust") incur the woe of Al- the steambonies have been ordered for "Ho iness preachers. made fQr all points in the Southwest have the right to display It
God pronounced against those propeilors. The large pumping engine THEIR LAST CHILD DEAD. land fornia, also Seattle and Port- clerks
or selling intoxicants. "Woe ordered for the big pool is on its way. the other day t a would be purchaser
That giveth his neighbor The tower for the wind-mill will be Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Fleming, of The Seaboard Air Line extends un- the other day ta would he purchaser
iat puttest thy bottle to him, completed in time for the summer sea- Watertown, Fla., lost their baby, excelled, service. Two through trains of the ribbon. 'I know that you are a
teit him drunken al" Heb. so Ethel, at the residence of Mrs. Cantey, every day leave Jacksonville for New member of the regionn and have a right

Principle is the same whether Mr. Eugene Hutchinson has engaged in this citi, early Tuesday morning. York, reaching Savannah, Columbia, to buy the ribbon, because I read your
friendship or for money. But a cottage for the summer and wi. oc- Mrs. Fleming came to Tallahassee on Southerp Pinp, Pinehurst, Richmond, name In the paper and know who you
a argue that the State will be cupy it with his family. a short visit, and the baby was taken Washington. Baltimore and Philadel- are. But we hnve not received official
cially. I reply that a man Mr. Greenhow expects to bring car- suddenly ill, and died in a few days. phia. T~ ese trap's are complete in all notification of our appointment and
real friend to his State who peters from Tallahassee this week The remains were takes to Lake City of their appointments, and are you have not y r diploma. So I could
the character of his people and commence building his cottage. cemetery for interment. equipped with Pullman's most modern not sell you any f it.
A brewers' association sent Two or three other cottages are pro- The fact that Mr. Fleming lost his sleepers, whi h are operated through "We bad to ke this rule first be-
to Mr. Gladstone some years .-ected, but as the cantracts have not house and two little girls, aged 3 and to New York, and vestiguled coaches the r e red
Death to ask his inuence in been given out, names of the parties years, by tire, only a few months ago, to Washirgtor. With this train serv- cause the Frenh government required
certain favors from Parlia- are withheld for the present nakes this, the loss of their last little :ce connection-r art made at Washing- It of us when we received the agency,
d urgeds a omnsideration ie.d r te extremely sad, and their many ton for Pittsburg and Buffalo, and at but we also realize the necessity of it,
of revenue the Government Am tUmas~r a -m hands express deepest sympathy for New York for Boston and points be- All kinds of per ns who have no right
'from this business. The There is no disease ma e uncertain in n them. e ond. to this ribbon try to get hold of It All
SMan replied "Give me a ntrea tha dyipepsau. Physicians amy that The Seaboard Air Lne Railway -of them pretend when they find that
atio not wasting their the ptomof no two green. Iti A W e De y. Company owns and operates ItOwn we sell It only to persons entitled to
in strong drink, and I i met difficult to make a correct The at quarter of a century record n Jaekonilnou, ho n wear It either at they are member.
You where to get the reve- do No mat how severe, or u many wonderful disovree in medicine, rn ct nville N to Rihmond, of the legion or t they are buying it
Sword thunders forth: r wle t. le in a hut none that have aaepli or attention has be ivenVby ch on behalf of pemons who do belong to
that buileth a town with de of the stomach, blood a never remedy, Browns' Ireo B It srms to double daily passenger trains are op- the order. Thribbon is not ke any
establisheth a city by in- 'I Bittes is soldd by all deaL hr eootan, the very elements of hjd th, rated to and from all Florida points. other, and we kw that If any of this
2:1L. Gentlemen, do yo an neither W a, or ean take From Norfolk, Va., Ocean View, Vir- ribbon In bought In New York that it
at when the State enBOYS' 80CIAL CLUB. It withoudingthe oeed ginla Beach and Old Point Comfort comes from us. or that reason we are
ntuca _toa"e U that IMeO as jM ,s ame b n g tat the are reached at onvenlent hours, at particular to te extent of reuirine


Abstract of he Daily Proceed-

ingsor0 Ath Houses


For the Conv~zience of Readers Toc
Busy to *ad the Journal

i1ou._, APRIL 1.5.
The Hous.e rn.k ruuIu ifxet to .1ed()jori:.-
ment; the Spei r inI the chair; 14.11ow-
ing mnwnebers ia erei1 to IJ"-ir Iznmu i
AMr: Speaker,*Iissm At.dermm., Bafts-s.
Blair, blaniton,'jrw)H. wrlu
lord. Burr, (anfubel I. Uanibers. Clarke,
Mist-, Crawfo2;. & or het. levjdsoll'.
D~avis. Dowd, llwdtq. Duc kworthFill-
ton, IGii1*n,G, qty. Gsi igs, Gr~ant, Bar-
veil, TUendrj, at'pkins. Hue t.-r. Jaei-
'.on, Jaeohly, Mlinso~ill Jones. Kuu,isitcv
Lee. L.'Engle, It iEIroA.4MeG(thin, 5MC-
Rae of &e(%*Rap of P111Ila 11),Ost-in."
Parrish (of ml ~sPart It~h I f Malnatee,
Pinhoister. R ork.y, Ratflerson, Redding.
Rivets of AlaLoa IRivers of Columbia*
Rtussell, Redg Smith, Sparkman,
Themas. UrnistdWall, lav s
son, Wolfe. andre wads'-4;.3"
By Mr. Godfu -y. 11 R No. 20): Rtisolvt i6
that tlie 541rgeJ t-afarms is e iwotructt-d
to provide 41,;ree roll top 'It -
to replace *ie ones now in
use by the Cl~~erks Af the- ~oie
the desks to beupplhkd as early a,;i~s that the _;is und rtcurds- may i~i
properly and sagely kept.
By Mfr. Bu~fo T3 BNo). 2 1: To amend
-14ci jol 1*2;)53 of t- 1lRe~vised j atuttUts tof
Florida ii latij.~ to c#Jnipqesationi of
Aher~ffs. W4ferjih t'w Coils 11111tee onFf
iiatiee .and 'Ca 'Llfl.t~,
lh M31r ('i Il-a Ij1 1No. 212: TO a 1 jn A
ande~ 2170,, Art !~j i.11.11St.(.,ion 2,I-.
A ~ ~ %,h 5-r A'tiu218 ubC~1~l.
I of tlat lRe%*1 S oftse -V i *..,of

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t-41' r.-ote a MIh~iclntl ezmetfor
thn'. Town.of ?4,11(1t4A 'rila 111 1) S*-Icy
;w i, pr-mr ~ '~e it j ramc z .'i~i
*-oevrr.. mill tllofis,1 iv~ e ic. rport:ifon!
of said -t -ite. 4t.:e re I t4) tIt- .Coil. -01r
ByM I% j# 4 0511 I'DNo. 21 : TVi bs'd-
lis hi ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 1 a:u- u r i i i ~ ~ i s 1 w 1 ~ r .
accent o Wlae ;arti~v
dj~li to p m void e Ag~r fil nt. i nmin~gee.ei r :vit i

If B No. 215S:(A iineot-i- ra tts~t, fe
idas Histrica 'f ,fsc ')
By Mr. [).rmf"', ItH11,No. 2m;~*.
.tiuell Srectoti, 4*aned 2)f pter *N
of thle Lawvs oftfr llik.,r, :v LN,
mvo ult- ekis at4l i pz- .iding f,,,-: Itleu
'''.- (of Trial Ts*a.els if] ColinliyJae -
Refverneito(C 1-11'iiJmiiiuery.
By Air. ;1,, e.. 111 -Nu.D.217. 7C
.,ni'qnd iiuil 4 &j: U ti S 8at U I (.1 )
Honida relative.At wriis of ext'o~
Roterre-d t~u. C- ii oh J udiciary
K r.. .II H o. 2 ~ : r o r

as required. Aoroved June 5, 1899, and
designated as tWiapter 4706, Laws of
Florida. Paasef
H B No. 19: amend Section 1 ot
Chapter 4179, e9itled an act to provide
a Board of Pl iphate Commissioner.
and an Ir specto of Phosphates, and to
define their dutrs and authority,togjraat
the right to min4 phosphate in the bedes
of navigable waters of the State of Flor-
ida upon certaIponditions, and to pro-'
hibit personal unlawfully mining-
the same. k .
H B No. 22: i o require persons run-
nmg or operate, log-timber or turpen--
tine carts or wveM' or persons habit-
uaJly bauling vy loads on or over the -
publie ad8 in Mate to keepthbepor. -
ion uch rmmd by theI iV repair,.
H B No. 28: 4n relation to special/
rdagM rOe e of a t telegraph com-
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-%OWN Wibon of 4th, Wilson of 7th9
Whereas, Almighty God has, in his
widom,. sen efit to remove from this'
world the HonorableThomasP. Chaires.
ate member of the Senate of the State of
Wod"; therefore, be it
Resolved by the Senate, That the
President be requested to appoint aoom-
mittee, to consaisof five Senators, who
hall draf suitable resolution in com-
memoration of the late Hon. Thomas P
haires; and be it further
REmolved, That the Senate opt apart 4
W'clock p. m. Tuesday, April 23d, for the
purpose of giving the members an op"
portunity to pay tribute to the memory
of our dec wasw colleague. Agreed to.
By Mr Palmer of 14th, 8 B No 124:
To provide for the holding of political
prinury elections in the State of Florida.
and to provide penalties for the violation
of the wame. Referred to Com on Priv-
ileges and Elections.
By Mr Crill, S B'No 125: To provide
for the apportionment and redistricting
of the State of Florida into three Con-
gressional District. Referred to Joint
Committee Representatives on Reditrictipg the
By Mr Whidden, 83 B No 126: To ex-
tend the time limit for the commence-
ment and completion of the Alafia. Man
Stee and Gulf Coast Railway. Referred
to Corn on -ailroads.
By Mr Bu'ler, S B No 127: To establish
0ate Board of Medical Examiners and
to prescribe their duties and terms of
Office, to provide for a uniform system of
aedi(al examinations and certificates
to define the practice of medicine and
surgery, and t, fix penalties for viola-
tions of this act. Referred to Com on
Public Health.
By Mr Adams, S B No 128: To legalize
and incorporate the town of Jennings. ii
the county of Hamilton, State of Flor
ida, and to declare the incorporation of
the town of Jennings valid and of full
force and effect. Referred to Com on
City and C uarty Organization.
B B No 53: To establish a rule of evi
dence for the proof of book accounts
S B No 19: To provide for the con-
struction and maintenance of drains b3
the several counties of the State of Flor
ida. and:to provide for assessments of
the costs thereof against the property
benefited thereby, and further to provide
for the collection and enforcement of
such assessments, and to legalize all con-
tracts for drains which heretofore may
have b en entered into, and assessments
made therefore, made by tLe county
oommumaonersofany county in theState
of Florida under Chapter 4807 of the
Laws of Florida. Passed.
8 B No 8: To confiIrm, amend and sup
plement the municipal corporation #f
the town of Orange Park, Florida, and
to give it certain powers and privileges,
4in relation to the assessment, levy and
.41ection of ta os. Passed.
SB No 78: To amend Chapter 44977
Laws of Florida, the same being an a t
9 orpore the city of West Tamp.,,
AI Hiilsborough county, Florida.
S B No 36: To repeal Chapter 4216 of
the Laws of Florida, epttled an act to
prohibit shooting, seining or trapping of
hin theaters of tain lakes in the
?iunty of Polk. and to provide a penalty
for violation of the same, approved May
M, 189. Passed.
SSB No GO: To authorize the county of
Momroe to issue buds for the prqose of
mnrobasing site for pu lic shoom ana
samory, erecting substantial- buildings
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Is difficult digestion, due to a
weakened condition of the stomach
*nd its inability to properly churn
(he food; or to unhealthy condition
o the gastric juice, too much or
o little acid, too much or too
little pepsin
Hood's Sarsaparilla relieves all
the distressing symptoms of dys-
pepsia because it promotes the mus-
t testines, aids nature in the manu-
facture of her own digestive secre-

lons, which are far better than
any artificial pepsin, unlocks the
Jewels, stimulates the kidneys and
tones up their mucous membranes.
So prompt is its effect in many
vAses that it seems to have almost
a.magic touch. *
Begin to take it NOW.
ftftere EvyI-" i was trou-
Swith dyspepsa, s red everything
Sdeath, could not eat without terrible
ess Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
(eat heartily and I am welL" MaR. Euom
muRnT, Danbury, Conn.
at Thee Time a Day-"Hood's
aara has cured me Qo dyspepsia and
1 never felt better. Can eat three good
feals every day." 7P PohGMU, 437
out Pennsa St., Tmiuf it.)U mid.


Us aold by all druaists. Prepared only
to C. L HOOD & CO.. Lowell, Mass.

i6 .- :

I XAw ha' lif
AlAft I" I S .

housea -Mrbding c ntMea
Ahs we a wl n aun a on

toIsland of K ey Wes. Paded.

sMilitia, to be known as the Firs Nava

Battalion of the Stats of Florida," ap-
proved Jue 4, 1897. Passed.

there B No, re airng the counthe nam of
house and building a county road on the

the citysland of Pensacolay We. Pawed.
S B No 1750: To amend Section 3, Chap-
ter 4569, Laws of Florida, entitled "An
act to establish a Battalion of Navahe
Mili B tia, to To amenasdthe First Nava

ScBattalion 1458 of the e State of Florida" apof
proved Jue 4, 1897. Pase ed.
8 B No 47: To change the names of
Hillsborough River and Mosquito Lagoon
io Indian River North. Passed.

nFlorida, etitlevy and collar action of revenue forh-

pter 423. Lay shootings of Florida. approvedan
act to amend Sections 280 relating o the
Flune id189Agri9. ultrasollege. Passd.
8 B No 27. To ramend ppeal agrph2 of
Section 1458 of the Revised Statutes of
Florida, relatining of tha: peals operating a per-
a superseded. Passed.
S B No 47: To acontinue the action 1 wersf
Chapter 478i of the graws of the State of
Florida, entitled an act to pronmpany.b ih-
ing in the fresh water lakes of thus State-
with seines or nets or by any set device,
or by shooting or gigging, approved
June 3, 1899. dsted.
8 B No 26: To repealthe commoertain law
rule relakeng to the commission of
the crime of rape by a b'iwy un-
der fourteen years, and providing for
the determining of the capacity of a per-
son charged with the crime of rape.
S B No 6: To continue the powerstle
rights, privileges and rathe of the At-0
lantic and Gules Raily inCompany
8 B No 26: To makevalid certain in an
struments, d "An actively acknowledged.
and to make the record of sammie notice to

all personstage and Poprovit Wade in acknowh-

tedging simils arinatments in futurapoved ne b..
c iiam Pase ed.
8 8 No 154: To repeal an acg entitled
an act to authooting any decounyer, ofli Mon-
roe to bond itself in the sum o mle00o te000.
for the purpose of construct relating a public
highway andonecessary tsseln& noo
Key Webt with Key Largo," approved
May 25, and, being Chapter 444e of the
Laws of Florida. Pased.
Se BNo52Jo to amend section No: Rofan
That entitled "An act to prescribe thd,
powers of the HBood of RepCommion of
Pilotativesge and Po Wardeso upon the pand or t o
prthe of this State, apll be referroved allne 1.

1891. bel having for their 4046 ofe the enawot-
8 D No 11: Psohibisingkilling, cap
twring or shooting any alligator.
crocodlef a ater-fowl, or any wld bird
(exovept crow), within one mile of the
incorporated town of West Palm Beach,
FlorwdA. Passed.


The -House met pursuant to adjourn-
ment, the Speaker a the chair; the fol-
lowing mrmbeis an weielJ to their
Mr. Speaker. Messrs. Amos. Anderson.
Bates. Blair, Blanton, Brown, Broward,
Buford, Burr, Camppell, Chambers,
Clarke, Close, Crawford, Corbett, Da-
videon, DWvis, Dowd, Dowden, Duck-
worth, Fulton, Gillen, Godfrey. Griggs,
Grant, Gunn, Harvell. Hemiry, Hopkins.
Hunter, Jackson, Jaeoby. Johnson,
Jones, Koonce, Lee, L'ngle, "McElroy,
McRae of Pasco, McRae of Putnam,
Ost* en, Palmer, Parrish of Holmes,

Parrish of JManatee, t'inholster, Porter.
Raney, L-uleron, Redding. Rivers of
Alachua, Rivers of Columbia, Russell,
Shumaker. Sledge, Smith, Sparkman.
Thomas, Umstead, Wall. Whaley, Wil-
son, Wolfe, Young and Zewadski.
By Mr. Rivers of Alachua, H B No.
219: To ametd Section 2248 of the Re-
vised Statutes, of the State of Florida.
relating to consolidation, lease and pur-
chase of the stock of Railroad and canal
companies. Referred to Corn on Rail-
roads and Telegraphs.
H B No. 220: To regulate contracts of
Insurance upon personal property in this
State, to fix a measure of damages in
case of loss, and to prescribe a Rule of
Eyvdence therein, and to provide for
attorneys fees in suits therein.- Referred
to Corn on Judiciary.
By Mr. Raulerson, H B No. 221: To
define the requirement of the Statutes
am to the number of publications required
for legal notices. Referred to the Corn
on Judiciary.

Stte, and to repeal parts of Chap4ir
458, Laws of Florida, approved June 11,V
1807. Referred to Coin on Privileges and
Elect -.
By Mr. Jackson. H B No. 25: Requir-
ing employers to give the cause for dis-
charge in writing 10 agent or employee
when dicharged if inf eted to do so.
Referred to Cnm on Omanized Labor.
By Mr. Wolfe, H B No. M26: To amend
and supplement the charter of the city
of Pensacola, Fla, designated as Chapter
4813, Lawe of Floida of 1895. Referred
to Com.on.Cty and County Organiza-
By Mr YounF, H B No. 227: To extend
the time limit for the commencement
and completion of the Alafia, Manatee
and Gulf Coast Railway. Referred to
Corn on Railroads and Telegraphs.
By Mr. McRae of Putnam. H B No.
228: To incorporate the town of ielrost,
Fla. referredd to Con on City and Co.
org nation.
By Mr. Koonce, No. 229: To provide a
penalty for-failure or refusal to pay poll
taxes. Referred to Corn on Education.
By Mr Campbell, H B No. 230: To re-
quire the construction of fences in all of
the counties of this State before plant-
ing a drop, and to provide a penalty for
the failure to construct such a fence.
Referred to Corn on Agriculture.
H B No. 48: Fo repeal Chapter 4559,'
Laws of Florida of 1897. ent tied an ac
to prohibit the taking or catching of fish
with gill net or seine from waters Mf
tHlmoa-sa river and its tributaries
Pa-as d.
H 0 No. 59: To require the several
BMardi of Public Instruotion of the Pev-
eral counties of the Stale to mak.
monthly reports of all recepti and l :--
bursemaents of m n-.y to the C. u' y
GummW'nioners of their respective coun-
ties. Passed.
H B No. 62: To prohibit the carrying
away or concealing of the personal
property of another with malicious or
mischievous intent but with intent to,
steal and prescribing a penalty for the
same. Passed.
H B No. 68: To provide for the admis
aion iM testimony of parties convicted ofl
crime! and providing for the admission
of ev4.tence effecting the credibility of
such witness. Passed.
H B No. 76: To prohibit shooting -
Caught a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke, manager for T. M.
Thompson, large importer of line mil
linery at 1958 ilwaukee avenue, Chi-
cago, says: 'Darang the late severe
weather I caught a dreadful cold which
kept me awake at night and made in-
unfit to attend my work during the day.
One of my milliners was taking Chanm-
berlain's Cough Remedy for a severe
cold at that time, which seemed to re
iieve I or so quickly that I bought some
for mF self. It acted like magic and I
oegan to improve at once. I am now
entirely well and feel very pleased to
acknowledge its merits." For sale b3
Sight & Bro., and all medicine deal-
dwelling h-auses or sweaub 'a s, eu i t,
pr; vide punishment for same. Passed
H B No. -79: 'o amend section 216V oa
the Revised Statutes of the State ot
Forida relating to the amount of capital
and par value of shares of banking own
p-ais. Paosed.
4 B No 80: To amend Secti. 19 of
th of Florida, relating to the tr -
ritoal power of constables. Paed.
H B No 105: To protet stock fr
barb wire fences, and to provide for the
.*man and disepsition of the proceed
diereof if not repaired by the owner of
maidfence. Passed.
Senate met pursuant to adjournment,
the President in the chair. rhe fohlo-
u.g Senator, answered to their names:
.r. President, Messr. Adams, Baker,
Blteh, iroome, Butler, Carson, CottrelI,
Crews, Crill, Dennam, Damick, Harris,
Kirk, Law, Miller, Myers. McCaskill,
acreary, Mac Williamns, Neel, O'Brien,
Paliner, of 14th, Peacock, Roerw, Rouse,
Whbidden, Sams, Wilon o1 4th, Wilson
of 7th, Waasworth and Wdlams--82.

5, B. No. 71, making incurable in
sanity a ground for divorce of husband
and wife. and regulating proceedings in m
such canes piused.
By Mr W hidden, 8 B No 129: To es-
tablish and keep in good repair hard
public roes and highwa3s a in DeIot
c ,unty m this State;dmiecting the Botrd
o County Commuioners of aid county
to levy a special tax to p .y for amae; to
purchase necemary tools, implement
and stock to be used in working smi.-;
to pay all expenses of same and declare
uig all ruads midecouunty heretofore es-
tablished according to law to be public
oasmi, referred to Coat on Judicary,
By Mr. Lawh B No. 180: Rquring
the County meiisseoners o toe 'sev-
eral c .unues of Fiorida to provide, for
the purchase of bloodhounds and o0
p aces for the safe keeping of same for
the use of the bberiffs of uoh counfie-.
Referred to Lomt on S1ate Affairs.
By Mr. Carnun. 8 B No. 181: to pro-
vide for the inspection and analysis of
and to regulate the sale of commercial
fetuizem to prohibit the sale of fraudu-
lent or adulterated commercial ferutlh-
zers, to fix penalties for the violation of
the *provisions of this act andto pro-
vide for the collection of a license or in-
slection fee from the manufacturers or
dealers in commercial fertilizers. Rce
f, rred to Cow on Agriculture.
By Mr. Caron, 8 B No. 182: To pro-
vide for free school bouks an the coun-
ties of this 'tate. Referred to Corn on

flal's Great Diseovery.
One smalt bottle of HalPs Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men

By Mr. Jacoby, H B No. 237: Pro-


Every woman in the country
ought to know about

Those who do know about it
wonder how they ever got along
without it. It has robbed chld-
birth of its terrors for many a
young wife. It has preserved her
girlsh figure and saved her much
suffering. It is an external lini-
ment and carries with it therefore,
absolutely no anger of upsetting
the system as drugs taken intern-
ally are apt to do. It is to be
rubbedinto the abdomen to soften
and strengthen the muscles which
are to bear the strain. ''is means
much le pain. It also prevents
S morn n askness and all of the
ekber. Aw ~~a-winfartaianf _

. ....-a-iwtn of the State of

wideI for WOJonseRlo. S
Alabama to the State of Fltionrid wI*
the assent of the State of Alabama and
the Conare of the United States. Was
laid on the table.
By Mr. Raney. H Joint R No. 236:
Propeing amendments to Section 8,of
the Co, itution of the Stotef Florida.
lReferred to Corn on Con A nd mm.' .
H BNo 239: To amend Section 128M
of the Revised Statutes, of the Sate of
Florida, relating to 'he par value and
payment of subscription to the capital

took of corporations for wA
feared to Con on Judiciary.
H BNo. 140: To amed
of the Reviked Statutes of the
Floridarelating to appeal aj
dew. to mCo n o j
Bylr. Gann, H B No. 241:
ing the issuing of warrants o e
ihg any liability by the County
swomes of any county in exe
amount theretofore provided b
Referred to Corn on Judiciary.
(Continued on 3d Pag)


By Mr. Palmerof l4th,S B No. IN
Forth relief of George IcKinmeymd
other. brsat law of the estate of P.
McKinney, deceased. Referred to Com
By Mr.MacWilliam,. S Joint R No.
184: An amendment to Section 8. Ar-
ticle XII of the Constitution of the Stat
of Florida, relating to county schWol
levy. Referred to Corn on Consttu-
stional Amecdment.
8 Con R No. 11: Relative to appoint-
ing a joint committee to whom shall be
referred all bills having for their Imr-
i.wose the passage of a primary election
law, adopted.. Adjourned.

The House met pu giant to adjourn-
me at. The Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to their
names: Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos,
Anderson, Bates, Blair, Blanton, Brown.
towardd, Bufoid, Burr. Campbell,
Chambers, Clarke, Close, Crawford,
Corbeti, Davidson, Davis, Dowd. Dow
den, Duckworth, Fulton, Gillen, God-
frey, Grgg, Grant, Harvell, Hendry,
Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, Jicohy,
Johuion, Jones, Koonce, Lee, MeRie of
Pacon, McRae of Putnam, Osteen,
Palmer. Parrish. of Manudte. Pinhulst-r,
Porter. Raney, Rtulerson, R-d.ling, Riv-
ers of Alachua. Rivers of Co umbia, Rus-
sell, Sledge, Smith, Sparkman, rhomas.
Uiustead, Wall, Whalev. Wilson, Wolfe,
Y..ung and Zewakdski-62.
By Mr. Clarke. H R No. 21: It is tie
sense of this House that in rejecting the
Resolution offered Aprdil 13th, regard-
ing the dispoiii ,n of bids for leases ot
itate pti soniers by the B ar of Coin. is-
When wear begins to exceed repair in
y.,ur body you are going to fall sick.
The sikn-. of it a e lo s of flesh, I alenep ,
weakness, nervousness, etc. The repam
neededd is food. You think you ea'
nouuugh, and yet you feel that you wear
out more tis-ue, energy, nerve -f ce.
than your fo.'d makes for you. The dif-
ficuliy is that you do not digest enough.
And this is so s -rous it is worth sitting
town seriously to think at out If you
-an't digest what you eat. take a few
1,oes of Shaker DigesUtve Cordial. The
, ffectof it will be to mnertase your flesh
and make you feelstronger. You won't
fail sick. Proof that it is in control of
your repair apparatus. It's easy enough
to test tais for yourself. Take a few
bottles of Shaker D-gestive Cordial.
Suld by druggist at 10 cents to $1 00
per bottle.
sioners of State institutions, that we in-
tended thereby to assume no. responsi-
bdity in disposing of said bids, preferring
to leave the disposition of the matter
entirely to the judgment and discretion
of the Board ot Commissioners of State
Institutions under the law. Went over
until tomorrow.
On motion of Mr. Hopkins of Leon,
the pr vileges of the fl *or were extended
to Mr. John W. Henderson of Tilabhas
see, during the section.
On motion of Mr. Oillen of Columbia,
the privileges of the floor were extended
to IL MI Scarborough of Lake City,
By Mr. Buford, H B No. 231: Relat-
ing to expert witnesses in civil causes is
the circuit courts of tha State, fixing
their compensation and prescribing the
mode of taxing the same. Referred to
Com on Judiciary.
By Mr. Jackson, H B No. 232 Pr3-
viding for working the public roads f
the counties of this State with state cC-
vcts Referred to Comn on Publiho Roads
and Highways.
By Mr. Brown, H B No. 088: To
amend Setin 5 of Chapter 4357 of the
Laws of Florida, entitled an act to pre-
seeibe the mode of procedure in aMes of
supposed imsamny, to provide for corn-
peltint eovmmnatioo, to define the duties
of county and circuit judges, and to re-
peal all laws in confi At with this act.
Referred to Corn oa Judiciary.
By Mr. L'Jagle, H B No. 234: Au
thoruang the city of Jacksonville to levy
a speci taltx for the support of a free
public library, and to authorize sand city
to enter into an obligation for the sup
port thereof. Referred to Corn on City
and County Organmauon
By Mr. Wolfe, H B No. 235: To pro-
habit attorney at law in this tats fr.,m
becoming relies on official bonds. Re
erred to Coin on Judiciary.
By Mr. Davidson, H B No. 236: To
provide tor tie appointment of a board
uf eia'upf"er<, to exmine all surveyors
who may be engaged in fixing the metes
and bounds of lands In the State of
'orida. Referred to Corn. on Educi*-


O 3Bears the


The Kind You Hae Always B

In Use For OIer 30 Years.

AmCricai Bcaut

JSunmiine m'

.th' Perfect Rose

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Hardware, Hard*are. Crockery

Full line of Cook Stoves, Ranges and dealers. A tul line of wa
rial, both steel and Iron. A full taneof Stean Fattings, consis-t'-
Pipe Fittings, Injectors, Inspirators, Whistles, Steam Gau~es, Ofi(k
Valves. Also a full uine of Rubber and LUather Belting, [LL' 5E
Hooks and Steam Pajking. A full itae of H sr ias aal dtrj.r l aa
brated Chattanooga Cane MAla, all steee. Caoll on

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The Kied You Mwos Awo W -. A which Mhaai be
in use for over aso ya, -- baw uiatafr o
and a" mbrn mde Mdet hIs pPe.
s-endl ide% o Its lastalhmty.
43 a AMM aI t xe you lk thU.
AU Inhntm* AuI '-are etgR.
perimtso tba W the bel
Inbats a" #* C: i"- Experimen.

What Is w TORIA
Castor& is s ttt r o ~ eM PrMegor.e, D""
and Soethaig Syrap It Is N Mm s Mad Pleasant. It
eoatalm neither Opl m, I amr ether Nareses
smbstabme. Its age is its It destroys Wr
and allays FeverishesMs. It Diarrheea and Wild
Colic. It relieves Teething r--es Constipatim
and Flatuleney. It iml the Fod, regulates tte
Stomach and Bowels, gi b healthy stand natural seep.
The Children's eaT Mother's Friend.





(Continued from third page) Caskil, Moreary, MacWilliuin., Neel, clos and c reless felling of timber. A ly bedelM Chet.
__ By 11w. ~ O'Brien, i*mer of th 14th, Peanock, Pawsed. TIE AM E At. f ten ce.4.
BYM. No. Sta (by quest)L H B Rogeri'Rueeam 'caracH outb. M. -. B. abry, Pa- pnaeof t ptist Or of the 4th, Wil-on of the 7th. Wadsworth ing of cone-aled weapons in thi Sate, |E WELL you me of keeping
e thrd e vsryS ab o B1p a no"*Referred to Com a.d Willian-8 and t provide penalty therefore. Passed W E Wwhoe thy. frombaby togo
pM. ath Scool 9:13A.V. anO A L oo your druggit

AN TrODTCC. J. B. Wo atmtt-dSection8 of oCna t"ter 4iM of th By Mr. ers8 B No. 135: :For the dwekings or other ocpiett houss, I andS hatthHad oftheGreat- -
iton e. endgay at 11te o. and 7:e 0 ofor. h e l acti o ) 4Po- regulation, diTR solution and winding up street hcars or vehicles. Passed y y o r have the house. Colic,
deetatyde or.thedivsinofc
pyer-meeting everyTh sooo ri o thc o of the business of corporations. Refer- No 95: In r nation to the entry A you your swtlhattcontainsi headache pmples, deeplees-
M-i?. .2.80._. e -.u-afrer... .h deees. ,. o ... .n h ear r r rA
Ischool districtsand for t e ctio b red to Com m ittee on judi ary.ofj te and decre on superesedas Sic A ?and ou ncl of min doak e waA nearly every= their ai-
Sof th tree school trustees an djcy1aHyd are b
^ SW U t, 7 WW. l o8BNo i 1 .Au.n h orizing the ciy o and &ppeal bo dud, agantprincipalsa ndHa ive you y -
1 illb hlr. a eid :P .at are e ryorlevying, collecting and Jdbbursine support of a Free Public Library, and to th3 Paed* ste eerr er a perfect ieme always at hand. S
at 1e ubli nearly iviteo at- 1 Refer raes ppedJune authorize nid city to enter into a obl- ST No.90: To provide for thereprint- o c your doctor and prevent seous
School at10 atonforthe pportthereof. frrd n e and dtrbut Are You a Perfecy ne by the ue the sweet, dinty little
SUon Mr. palmer HBNo. 244: o pro- to Co on City d outy Orgniz- enu ratedvoluesof Florida Supreme tr tive, Vigor pieces of that make yu well and
vor meeting.3.P. M.: Sunday. Vide for the inspection and ana ye of tBie. No To.Courts, now out of print Passed. maf.Wercm ndas-
s HURaOCH.ev. 8. M. Provence and resuscitate the sale of commerci al nMr 'ri.. N 1 our Reports, now out of prit pased oeo d kep you w We recommend Casca-
reachinat11 a.m. and7p.m.fertilizers, etc., to rohhit saley r n. o : To a d ourne. e before ret to rad
day. sundaySchool at 10 a. m. r e p arne,.d Chaloter 4684, Laws of Florida. suit a one to
suntn WdnSdla p c fraudule nt or adulterated commercial approved Junie3, 1899. (an act toprovide huo an
s extended f ers, etc., to fix penalties for the for and encourage the orgarnzation of a HOUSE, APRIL 18. ista ndok T n pha i wet,
SnCOPAIe Cac. Dr. W. H. violation of the provisions of this act and corps of volunteer militia for servic- as The House met pursuant to adjourn- whan shoPdrwear e nt
astor. Services: Preaching every to provide for the collection of a license a land force and .enforce the discipline ment for a cure s as simple as h
1A.M-; 7"P.M. Fridayevemlaser- orInspection fee from the manufactur- tliereof.) Itefrred, t Co on M iua. The Speaker in the chair and the fol- t n.headdIForover2o arT DR.J.NEWTON
BaOP. Sunday B J.. S era or dealers in commercial fertunizes, By Mr. BAker, SB No. 138: To appr lowing members answered to their ae r ia e rTUA CA aDt.ountrWiacO -
tHighceMaieandSermron at9 A. M* pria.e m Loae ) tocarry o,,i. ieprovmsona Mr Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander- teehas been for Iears r-erthan
thator all nali.v.combined. B thBurcvof IaRi
3i0 P. M. Vespers and Benedio- By Mr. Wall, B No. 245: To p0'-t oan act p& by the Legislat u of the 'son, 'Bates, Blair, Blanton, Brown, -,ar s oi.. con been tlU omrv
P.M vent the shooting of live pigeons, owls ",tate of Florida in the year 1895, that Broward, Buford, Burr, Campbell, tho trdimicaprpAti. andt he people gcneraliy. ilis
eek das, 5:4b A.M or other birds for amusement or as a test proof -ty e obtained t,y the survivors Chanibers, Close, Crawford, Corbett, roafltd thana:Sro disehaveso h
DEPO1SosRY.Illes for sale at all of skill in markminship. Referred to of decendatits of the soti.ers of the In Davidson, Davis, Dowden, Fulton, God- h-sserces 'nderthat tbeynht bemadowubo.
t cost prices at TheTi fT-A8iJSeq aCormon ilGame. nwsneI y theadqmini.s.i *nof hiswonderfulsystemcftreat-
t o r dian wars in Flor.a, who may Ie n it- frey, Gornto, Griggs, Grant, Gunn, ment. wrpcks 4 um:manity have come to him for
consultation t n medicinef, whoa few nintbo later
C coeBy Mr. Davis, H BNo 246: Rquiring teti to Cngrh1us froib the Governnthntc o Harvell, Hendry, Hopkins, Hunter, ii"-nnLauu m in m tvor sh-o
J l ile Superintendent Preach- .m ners of thseveral ihe Unittd S; Rferred' to the Coni- Jackon, Jacoby, Johnson, Jones, mAll nlseaw tr thanks. iiyMdi"eses,
im G.ileySuperintendentandP.m. Preach-.cou.ties ot Florida- to provide f r th- tulle-t.e Appr,.pri.tlo-s. Koonce, Lee, McRae of Pasco, McRae Dr.pcthawayr to ment all dtLr-e
Meeting Tuesday night. ClamMeet- purchase of bloodhounds and for places tI BN,.t 169: ,'o r *rlt-t. the hi,- of Putnam, Osteen, Palmer, PtrriKsh of clr. t) idney Co aint, nja.s
day night.. F. BIMBeo, Pagtor.for the safekeeping of same forte use tory ire sdier of the Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, Pinhol- :a frms4 and broncdiordvr.
of the sheriffs of such counties R-ster, Porter, Raney, Raulersqn, Red- Varicocel. Dr.atment of Vencelo and
S EETIG The Board of Dree- erredto Cm onJudciary. r r er rl t ears ter Porter, Raney Raulersn, Red- Varicoe t
iorary Association hold their ding,;Rivers of Alachua, Riveas of Col- Sh b;.ture4 Stricturewithonttheaid of knifo
o on the third Friday evening of each BILLS PASSED iMr. Wislow, !ottIhuiIg Syrup ha. umbia, Russell, Shomaker, Sledge, ptiflnt trty this method at his own home
lat 8 m. at the library. House Bill No. 133: Aunthorizing the en used lor over litt) years oy auil Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, Jmstead, wit<-tfitvin.itor'I!"oso tilie from bwsinm.-. Thisis
lwo inte resdenc ftal passage of oidinmnces by incorpomited tons of others for their children whit. Wall, Whaley, Wilson, Wolfe, Young "n.Drathawavtrails to6pthartiaratten n -
il ewis where the ser ices will be held cities and towns and the promulzation taiung, with perfect success. It .ootheb and Zewadski-61. t -f-it fhroxaokwhicba-- at
'suatl*a.m.." edneedays at 7:50 p.m. of rules and regulations by the Stat' me child, softens the 4us, allays ai H. R. No. 21: Resolved by the House as treon iap cation.
L O.O F Board of Health to enforce and compel tNm, cures wind ulic, and is the vest of Representatives of the State of Flor- E .a sEvervetrsetaken byDr. tthawa nufactuers--
e.ular meetings of LaosN LCU No. the vaccination and re-vaccin tion u, remeJy for liarrhuta. It will relieve ida, that it is the sense of this House TpA.-'i naturlealundeirhivganern,-al oA ,.SH --
A eld every Tuesday Bvening, at their citizens and residents of the Stare o ,te poor little sufferer unwediately. that in rejecting the Resolution offered )marep-na from the pnrestandallrm-t igs in
eomo m,gareln tok.Btinerdin Florida, and prescribing the duties of sold by .truggists in every part of th. April 13th, regarding the disposition shown lira b lt under his personal oversighL
sting a B. W o O. N. G. certain officers and persons to that enl world. l'wenty-tive cents a bottle. B of bids for leases of State prisoners by and al romwamal noehaef rconsul-

o W X WL SON G r BILLS ON THIRD READIN-. v t rn" a r 4 o hd u r e aes 8 tAR CHA LESTON, S. C.
.C .. aH B No. 71:providng certainhe protecnalties fon and urn d ak for cul"r. Winslow', Sooth "W tatin- advice, either at hs office or byl

S L odge, No eteond the catching or takin of fish with eines teacher u er and mak- ew liver stimulant and intestinal tonic Committee o Judiciary.
Regul" meetings of AU- ure, refusal or neglect to co-nplv with ig 'yruli.' U k n other kind. A Ti fo o ofc all cost of medicinesand probe
OAPNura o y eveningare held c t mon the provr drag ons of the same. Idthe itely A transaction in whicgurnteed tou cannotre By Mr. arrish: H. B. No. 252: To

oizo l B. PHILBBICK, Dictator, mum length of bar and sizeBof mesh for ionlouucsn.-. >r money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure regulate the-Ataking or catching of fish UI lDIgi B D
er. oter net in the waters of Indan rvr, B 141: aresco.-rng of the soldiers eon- Try a box toay; 10c.,25c.50c. in the wates of e State of Florida.
1tk e T Roomi at 8 o'clock. A A]Patn-, postponed.,-se- is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick- Vr. Hathaway&Co.
.ji n Banana river and treek, the St. Lucie veug lands grBnNed w or hea d by t headache, furred tongue, fever, piles 25 Bryan Stt.mmiee on Fishe ies. aEaShS
w. TS O m.lMNTOSH. ., rvr and sound andC. their tributaries iPtlte for ad l pldier Repo ferre, ad co d athusad other ills are used by BILLS PASSE D.
o.W. I[ cNOr. Scribe. U B No. 71: For the protection and Coin 9n Nn ricuitte.Memo No. 101: A memorial to43-ly
invit OF OO. preservation of food fihs, to prohibit uchBy landr. here B No. 140 Referre the Board of Commissioners of Stae nds heress ofore United States of Amer-red to
felnalie p odge, No. Wk, meetsseoond the catching or taking of fish with seinesi!ng tnaciwrt SUlnlntr ecaiu,4% and anak-ew liver stimulant and intestinal tonic Committee o Judiciary.r. V.*/.N. 5:T
Thursday eveninUS BALL CChmon th or drag nets and t prescribe the-mini- aoprition eror. Referred t re by alt druggists guaranteed to cure Bya relating to lands for the Seminole
SF. HILL, K. of B.Dictator. mum length of bar and size of mess sh for CoinBy M. FBuer. 143; Fmoney refunded. C.sC.iC. are a sure regulate theaklng or atssed.hing of fish
ST.PALLODGEO.6 other ne stin the waters of Indsfen riv 14: trees of rising te mor e of con- hi. Try a bidsox toprefday;erring to leave t in the watesB. N o. 06: e State of Florida.

I. of heE. Torugas group of lads from custody tle fered Com ita. disposition of the matter entirely to produce som in the State of Florida.
tee. llCeesO B the OTier in g Bod Sta rivers -and Creek, the St. Lucie vey tg ti te d to or relda t stitutinamples uand booklet free. Set our bigat to organize a municipal s an
arecoriallinitedto driver and sound and their tributariesn te or pensan ocler of the Circu s t aken up. government. for the town of Genoa, PASSED.

Ese convocaNon of Florida R. A. Militia of the State of Florida, approved e N.u 144: Td authiorze ofileers ot Stoke out all after the words "there- Passed. =M e ora
a Lodgewi be held ofn the S very Brevatd and Dade counties. Pasd. orporaion to exvute bg in t H. Memond insert the following: No. 101: A memorial to
eMondayi of each month ate 8 o ock H Memor niake valid certain in-from uch lands made. Referred the Board of Commissioners of St.e ongre of e United States of Amer-
W M.Mcrdially.ULIUS BALL. C.. the Board of Health praying that a ra- o Ju. icary. Institutions, that we intend thereby to ica relating to lands for the Seminole
'j. f. HILL, K. of R.o JA n Lo o. a nd to make the record of she same yno- B utler, S B No. 14; Fhe sue, c assume no responsibility in disposing Indians of loridaTE, APassed.
ST. PAUL LODGE NOd third Monday e protesting agssnt. t transfer of l jwroupteLti, of range orstock o f said bids, preferring to leave the H.LB. No. W0: To regulate weights ofo
oth S. of heolock, P. M. H Borugas group of ilamend from u4 of taxyae t terie and tCo he n Mi ue of ta ativ. acdis tion of the matter entirely to produce solti in the State of Florida. -

m eeug evSynl eFday even- of the United Stats. public roads and bridges rof ure several By Mr. OAan, -a B No. 146: To the judgment t and discretion o the Passed. E AS PATETABITY
e door east the annexmcounties of tQuaantine Stationv a) the Unite-; aienl C BctuSti 13910 of tise Revised Stat Boar of Commissioners of State In- S. B. No.6: To repeal, an act en- Roe n nte"

All members of the order in" ts Navy D parties Passd. ues "th"tatetFlrida,relatingt stitutions under the law. titled an at to organize a municipal without permanently
arecordially invited to attend. H B No..15: To amend Sec-tn 3, thecompen.satiuon o clerks rof the Circuit WIS taken up. governmental for the town of Genoa,
A STAFFORD. W. C Chapter 4569, Laws of Florida, entitled Cur s Clerk an d Recoroder Refer M Raney proposed the following Florida, sale being Chapter 4311, n
l PHYMASONIC. an act to epctabl ing a Battallion of Naval reof trred C n u dciary amendment: Lawsf on the indeiniterida, passed May 2, 1893.0 UPP Lw BROS. hnt .
S-f lor DA. be parMilit ners of the tate of Florida, approved No. 14: To authorize officeversal o Stke outfall after the words "there- Passedon of Wadsworth and ill-
T covwillobe healdonthe ieeond and June 4, 1897. Passed. corporti ions to ex-cute b,,mde inc curt by' rnd insert the following: Adjournecf t /lilci', SSI
Mondays o eac month at 8 o'clock H B No.-17 To make valid certain in- P euin ths Rrferred to CoL oial co- Ony to avoid assuming any reso iams-31.
w -. M. MCITO,- a..Secretary. struments defectively acknwle geds. I a to coility as to any action of the said APROF LS. Ev bod Sas o.
Sto make the record or the apme no- 145: To provide for the iue, cus- Boar in the matter of such bids, and .
r" e npotmene o andJAcomCK oden1 tOonofLen ttyhereot; compn, sale a dpetranfe of etor rvthe right to take sucrovh Legi-denate pursuant ar tournament. th
we hel o treeof the ru ourt Paed bolerxcept ocooives, alar districting te State of Florida into two n o t de,
th atTORNEYAT'clock, -P.AW. H B No. : To v amend Section of ~ Cboter. ireg i and the i ssupeoftax laciva nation in the matter of convicts hrees idei. Thefol -. ..t. steact
Om e overCapital City aReer Chater4338 Laws of Florid., being an riet di. and prencribing che duts of cer- as it might deem, upon ofull investia- othe Jintor answmmittee on Redistricting e lail s 4

Ad rned a P ty rhere.or; and to compel e do y tocontractor roawork M the Stnate in Congressdiona Dastricts. an bo aithei entre am
act to provide for ettablishiag. working, ftai officers in connection therewith. .ion .our duty to take. Adopted, and ,.1r.PedDnMer. dm.hS,
and ENATE, andmaintainingthL 1 .ecto of olrs, affixg a 46 to Committee on Public providena forn Dimick Hent of arrs, Kirktual oon and bliun

1T. MYES.-- president dm the Chair; the following Judiceary. By Mr. Watson: :. B.No 248. To his duties in the State of Florida. Re- d .y 10 r ,n.
oun A AuSenators answered to their names: amnd ection- 1190 of the Revi StatTs amended. a terw, Miller. Myersmittee on Flheries- eed to curev all grue s.
ATTORNEY A LAW, Mr. President, Mes. Adams, B, BIL PASSED. 432 of the Laws of daentitledM Neel, O'Brien .

ALLAHASSE. FLORIDA. BlitchBies for failure there. asn, t- S Joint RNo. 20: Pr. losing an property sub Acnaqt fordin th asse toe lle Authorizing 4he town of esburg to D A
re, C rews, Cri, Denham, uDiges of Ject to ectyyo d sale under execution. Portr move reconsider the vote appropriate oney for the securing of J U -- e

.--HarriKirk, Law. Miler, Myers. M. Constitution of F o.da. Passed. harp mr 5o te iol oFlort i evidence a.inst Persons selling m- y e n
SUGEON courts and pr uting attorneys thereof e Ierred to on Judiciary take yesterday on the indefinite x ouse, Whi en, Sams, Wilson oL 4th, .l
SJohnson'arers Tonc s a superb Grip cure. H 85: T amend Sections 1,ever2 an Wilson of Wadsworth and Will-
S-TA -ASSE -FLORIDA. ves out every trace of Grp Poion of Chatr 4884. La o f bei ony ou McRae of ill B No. 151: To
prom the systemng par. Does t judges fromWithin an act t e or worki, repae n n passed informally.l M le Fo n an
Ipracticing law before sJch judges. totce laws td comp-l stationary engin- 'NTRODU "TION OF BILLS INTROpUCTION OF Iv,,LS.
l 94, -rH BNo.10:d, an hour it enters the blood a p- ei stotakeou otining the publafixig roads an- nyco .a edd_ (on-ued
H0BWALKER Pt r 1r93, to neutrao.ze the effects of the proceson d brides in Levy county by Hcontract, at o t e t:le "n act eumpioa ei a e his cuts nd prices before sending

*811 W 0101 t11 Witmen a E d it pesa n prip ities tto ovide peil I ges or efail the reo e vReerael theri ct,"m ct. os,^ p Aroe fo 19f ofo anvCrnte the Cone outsie- the ..te. 44-1.
SenatoE tPo L ther names: a Remerred to Chaptteeronerred t Committee on Ahree tons If- s, bhu

week, ruddy cheeks attest return of per- b B 91. To amend Section 1 of Cap- City a ountyrganzation. merits o ,ene. It is a coer, .
Preservation of Natural Teeth, feet health. Price, 50 cents if it cures te-r 4780, Laws of Florida, in reaction t. By Mr. Campbell: H. B. No. 250: To medicine. t'he dose is small. yet it quicly
Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal Ask for Johnson's Chill ani Fever Tonic- prohibiting the instruction of wag-. perm) married women to contract and produces the os gratify.. rests. di- W N W LI .
a Specialty. Gas adminitred. Take nothing else. roads, and breaking fences by the nial- be contracted with, to sue and be sued, getionimpZ' the ec lips n chek -
I-1- and .o nefine the effect of judgments lose their pal,. r, the eye liecon-s bright
S-- ----: --- --- and decrees against them. Referred to and the step'elastic. Price, 50 cents:
Committee on Judiciary. Wight & Bro \\
..TTTT A By Mr. Clarke: H. B. No. 251: Pre-
I*H. W. TT T-AXq, scribing the mode of conveying lands
GUN AND LOCKMTH, granted to or held by the State for yL F d
I-: DS+.----1 D.educational purposes anu confirming t i eryFe
al AinASSE, l- arOBlDA. o and violating conveyances of such AND
all kinds of Household articles of CT ":--- ----
day nee. Trunks, Bags, Satchel. Loki. SoreEytes Pre ede Blindness. SALE STABL S, -
Fastenings, Guns, Pistl8ooting Ot's r linesSALE. STABLES ATR o
abrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing Ma- When the children's eyes are sore. WITH
arke Work d on Jefferon Street, nt andew lok cut! Don't let a simple trouble Double a .ld Single Teams,
.rket Work done on short o TA Jt ruin them for life. Get a bottle of the BOTH LSCAL AND DISTANCE. 1 I
r ineJohn R. Dickey's Old Reliable SADILE HORSES
E mL e Water and use it at once. Ic doesn't
hurt the forest eyes and the good effect Patronage l- intended T'A A[ASIp. ILA.
.+ HILL/is almost immediate. The genuine is
always enclosed in a red carton. At R peactfull y,-
Wit'sght & Bro.'s Drug Store. W. C. TULLg. BLACKSMIIING and REPAIRING
Vs Punis~ ^ 3)0Doctors ind -

Mle Street., oppositeit_ ..Jamesoctors Ador

-..d A Good Cot Adyise
stock of Gent's Fulhingt.. .
S Fall stock of Stationeryh "he remedies they think best suited-to "Nervous prostration used the most

S'e feeds of their patients. When ie severe pains which would nove around in
i r es Lines o--f .aae.o *s, AIsease is of a nervous nature, with hei- different parts of my bo Everything
SOL BooKsSO, Leading agar e S ache, sick stomach, failing appetite, infi- I ate caused me distressand at night I
*me, Periodicals and Day Pa- r i gestion, restlessness, loss of sleep and&a suffered so much with xi head that I
alne o gn harsandI Tba0 general run-down condition, a nerve toc could not sleep. Seved hysicians pre-
lineCigarsand Tobaco and brain food is an absolute necessiV. scribed for me and at s one doctor
I II-Th e-.-l-- I k. q .n al reA-melAn far weak. debW advised me to take Dr. Miledi Nervine




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Worn .
J~amM-0. rtIO, Editor and Proprietor.

An effort is -being made by the
management of the Tallahassee
-Sio i Eastern Railroad to get an ex-
teasion of their charter for a short
aime to enable them to build the
oad. Only the actual time necessary
:to do bie work is asked for, and the
friends of the measure, relying upon
the justice of their cause, believe it
will go through.
There io opposition, however, from
-A determined source-and the advo-
ing chance fpr victory.
-/he opposition to the T. S. E. cex-
1tenson are fighting upon two
.grounds, viz: That the Constitution
forbids it; and that time enough has
Already been given.
It is true that the Constitution
forbids the granting of new charters
lbythe Legislature, but ih is the opin-
:i4on, many well versed in the law
:that his inhibition is no barrier to
the extension of a charter already
Granted. In fact, that point does
not in .the least trouble the projec-
tore of .the road. They are willing to
-go head And complete the work
m.pon the extension and that is all
-Att is wanted by those of the people
rof Florida most interested.
As to the second argument, it is a
well known fact that these and other
,people have been anxious for a long
Time to complete this road. But its
-general manager, the late R. L. Ben-
mett, though slowly dying all the
time from consumption, held onto
.ae belief that he would get well
.enough in a few months to go into
the woods and complete the work be-
:gun. He controlled it, and no one
*.elh could do anything; nor did he
,ever realize his hopes.
This was a misfortune both for
himself and the people of Leon, Tay-
I Ur and Lafayette counties, for had
hi health permitted it is well known
ihtM he would have done the work'be-
;fore oe expiration of the charter.
,It will be argued on the other side
i-lht he should have turned it over to
some one else in time. That has
Seen known by most of us for a long
period, buIt unfortunately Mr. Ben-
naetwassofirmly imbued with the idea
that he would get well and build the
road that he could not see the neces-
.sity for it, not even when his last ill-
ness was upon him, less than two
Months ago.
It would therefore be an injustice
to visit further misfortune upon the
. -settion most interested by refusing to
.-grant the short extension asked for.

Inconnection with th e President's
.junketing tour there is a story
which is furnishing considerable
Amusement for the Democrats at
Washington. A correspondent at the
National Capitol gives this graphic
recital of the facts and the conse-
"The guilty flee where no man
pursueth, and the managers of the
administration junket across the con-
* tinent have been thrown into a panic
by the discovery that the magnificent
.private parlor car in which the Pres-
ident was to travel was named the
'"Imeprial," the name standing out
-boldly on its side. When this was
.found out, there was a tremendous
flurry until another car could be
substituted. The incident is the
,source of much amusement to rail-
road officials and others, and is being
-told with relish. As ,the result of the
-nice discrimination of the committee
-as to names the President will ride
ia/ the richly finished private car
cOlp pia. TheImperial andthe Olym-
.pia are the two most sumptuous and
nuxrious private ears built bv the

Hanna will not be able to hoodwink
"all the people, all the time."

While Southern men appreciate
President McKinley's selection of
Palmer and Buckner followers
rather than disreputable negroes for
high office in certain Southern
States, they realize fully that the
appointments are made chiefly in the
hope of splitting the
and organizing a white man's Repub-
lican party in this section, and in
the hope of ultimately carrying ;ome
Southern States. Unfortunately for
the President, a decent Republican
annex in the South will not be made
the easier by associating a change of
political allegiance with a cash con-
sideration in the shape of official sal-
ary. A respectable white Republican
party in the South must be based on
convictions, not on bribery. With
the bribe openly displayed, it will be
useless for the bribee to talk about
the workings of his conscience. The
venal may be attracted by the spoils,
but their very venality will be a
warning, and men who have respect
for themselves, and therefore influ-
ence with the people, will be slow to
iqcur the suspicion of improper mo-
tives by joining the organization.
The South may some day be split by
the wedges of office, but it is thought
more than likely that several wedges
will' be crushed in the crack before
anything much is accomplished.

Writing the TALLAIIASSEEAN last
week over the nome de plum "G," on
the subject of State life insurance,
an esteemed correspondent declared
that hundreds of thousands of dol-
lars w~uld be saved to the tax pay-
ers by the establishment of a life in-
surance department. The typo left
out the words "of thousands," mak-
ing his article read that "hundreds
of dollars Would be saved," etc. We
adopt this method, therefore of call-
ing attention to the omission and ad-
ding that the subject of State life in-
surance is one which this paper has
advocated for many yeai-s. In time
the State would control the busintse
within its borders, for no one would
rather risk a corporation they knew
nothing about than the State, and
the bulk of taxation could be raised
in that way, thereby almost relieving
entirely that large class of citizens
who are too poor to carry insurance
and hence too poor to pay taxes.

One of the most disgusting things
on earth is for a man who has tried
to lead a temperate life all his days
to get a batch of circulars advertis-
ing a special brand of whisky manu-
factured especially "for the jug
trade," and have the dose repeated
every few days.

A Fine Old Government Cleek.
It Is a fine old clock which stands in
the senate lobby fronting the main en-
trance to the senate chamber. For al-
most a century it has been ticking
away, night and day, and now it Is as
good as ever.
The old clock is about eight feet high.
and its frame is solid mahogany. Its
face Is about a foot and a half in diam-
eter, and the name of Thomas Voight.
Philadelphia, shows by whom and
where it was made. It used to stand In
the old senate chamber, now the su-
preme court room, where Webster and
Clay and Benton and all the famous
men of the past debated great ques-
tions. If the clock could only talk. it
could tell many tales of dramatic inter-
Upon the mahogany case is carved a
large shield, with stars to represent the
states. When the clock was built, there
were only 17 states in the Union.-
Washington Post.
A Queen Wbh Married Her Drothers.
At 17 years of age Cleopatra was
married to her half brother, Ptblemy
Dionysius, who was then 13. This was
because of the will of his father, who
left Wim the throne on condition of the
marriage with his sister. They reigned
Jointly under the guardianship of the
Romans until Cleopatra became dissat-
Isfied with her brother's attempt to
gain sole power. She plotted against
him. and, obtaining the aid of Julius
CAesar, she brought about Ptolemy's
death. Thereupon she married another
brother, a boy of 11, whom she later
poisoned, assuming sole power 43 B. C.
With her death (30 B. C.i ended the dy-
nasty of Ptolemy in Egypt.-Wonman'su
Home Companion.


The olive tree in Its wild state to a
thorny shrub or small tree. but when
cultivated becomes a tree 20 to 40 feet
high. with no thorns. It lives to a good
age. The leaves resemble those of a
willow, the flowers are small and white
and grow in clusters as grapes do, and
the fruit is greenish, whitish, violet
or even black in color and generally
oval in shape. It is produced in great
profusion, so that an old olive tree be-
comes very valuable to its owner.
Among the Greeks the olive was
sacred to Minerva, the goddess of wirs-
dom. It was also the emblem of pu-
rity. A crown of olive twigs was the
highest honor that could be bestowed
upon a Greek citizen. An olive branch
was also the symbol of peace, and
the vanquished who came to beg for
peace bore olive branches in their
The American olive Is remarkable
for the hardness of its wood. It is
found as far north as Virginia. Its
fruit is fit for use. and its flowers are
The fragrant olive of China and Ja-
pan has extremely fragrant flowers,
which are used for flavoring tea.
Turke y Drove In Athens.
The turkey merchant Is the most
wonderful of street venders. He ar-
rives with 200 or 300 birds, which he
drives about town for a week or two,
selling them one by one. He Is armed
with a long pole, with which he touch-
es up lazy or quarrelsome birds. They
gobble continuously, and he shouts
above the din, "Gallous, gallapoula,
gallopules!" ("9'urkey cocks, little tur-
keys. little hen turkeys!") When one
drove meets another face to face or at
right angles, they pass through with-
out confusion, and no bird changes
masters.-Scribner's Magazine.

maae Foer Apoplexy.
The medical profession recognizes to&
day as it has never done before the re-
markable aid of massage. It has done
marvelous things for paralysis, even
for apoplexy, at which doctors once
looked on helplessly. Apoplexy is caus-
ed by a clot of blood on the brain, and
If that clot can be broken up, if an
emptying can 6e effected of clogged
veins, recovery Is in sight. Constant
massage of the of the forehead and skull will
do it (this has been proved over and
over again. while paralyzed limbs, by
patient, constant kneading, can hGve
new life rubbed Into t* *m. -Good

Some railroads advertise to carry
passengers through without changes
but they make a fellow pay just the
same.-Chicago News.

In Paris the public authorities supply
gratuitously sulphurous baths to all
workers who manipulate lead.

A Poor Millionasre
Lately starved in London because he
could not digest hia f .od. Early use of
Dr. King's New Life Pills would have
aved him. They strengthen the stomach,
aid digestion, promote assimilation, im-
prove appetite. Price 25c, Money, bck
if not satifged. Sold by all druggists.

Last Friday the horses belonging to
Flagler's East Coast hotels passed
through the city on their way to Col.
Bradford's, where they will, as usual, be
pastured during the summer months.

Mr. and Mrs. Boxhorn, together with
their mother, Mrs. Coter, made a sad
return to their old home this week, com-
ing as they did for the purpose of bury-
ing their little boy. The little fellow, we
understand, died from a severe attack of
the meales during whicn he took cold
The bereaved father and mother have
the sympathy of their many old friend'
here. Mr. and Mrs. Boxhron returned
immediately to their present home in
Dthan, Ala. Mrs. Cotnea re-
mained over to pay a visit to friend s.
Our theatre goers and music lovers
will not fail to grasp the opportunity of
seeing and hearing Blind Torn when he
appears at the Opera House Friday even
aug. It will, in all probability, be the
last time rom will perform before a Tal-
laha-see audience and, if for no other
reason than to see a most wonderful
musical phenomenon our citzens should
certamly witness his performance. For
the same reason,the young people of our
community should te tiken. Tom is one
of the most wonderful freaks produced
in the last century. A freak that we cati
venture to predict will not be equaled in
,he new.
At Munro's Opera Housie, Friday,
April 26, 1901.
The game of ball Inst Saturday be-
tween the West Florida Seuminry nine
and the Crawfordville nine. resulted in
a victory fr the home team. The game
was called at the end of the fifth
inning because of darkness, the score
then being 13 to 10. The rooters were
out in force, but the windy, blustering
weather prevented a very large audience
from witnessing th" game. There was
rOme good playing on, hoch sides, but tmee
home teams batmng was too heavy for
the visitors ahd s. they vincor4. W'e
hope the boys will try it again.

"The blood is the life" Science has
never gone bey..nd that simple statement
of sc. ipture. But it has illuuinau"l
that statement and given it a meaning
ever broadening with the increasing
breadth of4 knowledge. rbhen the blood
is' bud" or impure is is not alone ihe
body which suffers through disease.
The brain is also clouded, the mind and
Judgment are affected, and many an
evil deed or impure thought may be di.-

fr, I wo
That it
The day'i
The starlii
I would be
When tc
I would be
The dream
I would 1
A pillar
A pillar
IBt, at de
What nem
'Is not all s
"I love y


He I Wiling! to Go a Less Way
Aroud to Aioid Feroelous Al-
mals, Even oulagh Selenee Says
They Will Fle t plan's Approach.
"I have read In lihe papers certain
scientific assert ns that no wild ani-
mal will volunt ily attack or pursue
a human being, 1but that, on the con-
twtry, the fierces- of them, as tradition
and the tales of woodsmen classify
them, will make haste to escape the
possible sight ol man, unless, in des-
perate cases, hunger may urge it to ap-
proach him, its Zost dreaded foe, such
cases being extremely rare," said a
matter of fact and* veracious New York
business man. j
"If that is so. II had a little experi-
ence once with a (wild animal that must
have been the m st desperately hungry
beast that ever longed for food. The
occurrence was northwestern Penn-
sylvania, where eone winter I had some
business that called me ten miles from
the county towi to one of the back-
woods districts. It was late in the aft-
ernoon when I sorted on my return to
the village. Thelway was over a lone-
ly, narrow, crooked mountain road, bor-
dered by deep wpods much of the dis-
tance. Toward usk, as I was round-
Ing a short turn n the road, my horse.
which had a gooil deal of spirit, shied
suddenly and sprang forward on a
furious run.
"At the same iastant an animal with
glaring eyes pluinped down from some-
where and landed in the sleigh at my
feet It had evidently leaped from a
tree at the horse, the quick movements
of which nervous animal had defeated
that purpose, and the attacking animal
had alighted with its fore feet on the
robe that lay across my lap. It glared
furiously at me, rith its face not more
than two feet away, as It clung to the
robe with its sharp claws, growling
Sercely. I had never seen a wildcat,.
but I knew instantly and instinctively
that I had one t* deal with here, and
It seemed to be j very large and say-
,age one at that. I had no weapon, but
fortunately the whip that stood In Its
socket on the dashboard was loaded at
the butt.
"Cliziging to the reins with my left
hand-the horse was running away-I
quickly drew the whip from the socket
and struck the wildcat on the head
with the heavy butt. That caused the
animal to loosen Its hold on the robe
and drop into the snow at the side of
the sleigh, but the agile and furious
beast was up In the fraction of a see.
and and with one bound sprang on the
back of the sleigh, which had a low
"Although the horse was running
madly away along the narrow and
crooked road, throwing the sleigh from
side to side and threatening it con.
stantly with destruction against some
rock or stump, I was obliged to drop
the reins and leave the result of the
runaway to chance, for the wildcat
was struggling desperately to gain a
foothold In the sleigh and fight me at
close quarters. 4 knew that If the
sleigh should happen to-come into col-
lision with any obstacle heavy enough
to wreck it I would be no match .for
the catamount, now wrought to the ut-
most ferocity, fighting it on the slip-
ping snow, even if I were unharmed by
the collision, so I strained every nerve
to conquer the determined beast while
I still possessed the advantage of foot-
hold in the sleigh.
"Once I thought it was all up with
me. for as the sleigh was carried
abruptly round a short turn in the road
by the speeding horse one runner
struck a stone or a root, and the sleigL
careened and ran at least 50 feet on the
other runner alreze. I mechanically
threw the weigh, of my body toward
the upper side of the sleigh, all the
time raining rapH blows on the head
of the wildcat wl*h the butt of the
whip. and force" 'leigh down to its
balance on both rs ,* again. A few
more blows after .t. and I was re.
Jolced to see the determined and tena

clous beast first loosen one claw. hang
for a second or so by the other, while it
tried to seize the top of the back of the
sleigh again with its teeth, and then
tumble to the road and lie motionless
In the snow.
"I dropped baca on the seat limp
and weak and too much unnerved to
make the Ieat effort to obtain control
of the run.n.'- wkleb was still rush-

"Last winter I was confined to my bed
with a v-ry bvt cold on the lunes.


mid be to you the breath of bahs
s from folded blossoms, wet with dW4M
Sfirst dawn ray I would be toy0O
ght's cheery gleam, the
a pillow to your cheek
ia is doqe and care hath ceased W
the dr ream your soul doth seek.
whose Jyso waking hour can sim
,gth is ebbing ad the iroat l gOB
be the firt staff within your band.
of cloud ii a sun beaten land.
of fire where night's black adoisM
death's threold, tender, flithfl- l
ed to tell bat which heart's truth hath
aid, beloved, when I my,
you." b.Aing woman and your own?
a. ridgp in Woman's Home Co.


A fitting figure of eternal rest f
You typify the changelesS faf of man
When, having coursed morta ty's brief
Down the hilis of Time. his ltie shall end,
*And all his doings, be they banned or blevi
PVrftervFuie, with oth-r dteedt shall blend.
-John A Foote in osary MagaiOf.

Raliiro Mas'* Pra-er.
An old railroad maji having been
converted. was asked to lead in prayer.
The following was th response: "O0
Lord. now that I have fgged thee, lift
up my feet from the ro h road of life
and plant them safely an the deck of
the train of salvation, jet me use the
safety lamp known as rudence. make
all the couplings in tbetrain with the
strong link of thy loi and let my
hand lamp be the Bible& and. heavenly
Father, keep all switches closed that
lead off the sidings, epeclally those
with a lind end. 0 L If It bethy
pleasure! have every sEnaphore block
along the line show thi white line of
hope that I may make he run of life
without stopping. And Lord. give us
the Ten Commandment for a sched-
ule, and when I have wished the run
on schedule time and B1ulled Into the
great dark station of dfnth may thou.
the Superintendent of.the inaiverse.
say. 'Well done. thou god and faithful
servant; come and sign te pay roll and
receive your check for eteral happi-
mess.' "-Railroad Gazet




March 2C 1901.




House old Medicone.

Cures Neuralgii, Rheumatac, Nervous or Spasmodio ain* -
Toothache, Headache, Backache, '. .*as. Ruises.-Lamne
nes, Cramp ColC. Diarrhoea, Dys *"< .-%*.er b Asiectm%
Swelling of all inds, Stiff Neck, -S eneo, wm're knroa,
Sick Stomach or Sea Sickness. In cases of Bad (Cughs,
Colds or Pnaemu ia, it affords u


0o Oviinre, No ETaz



S* : --POR--

Billiousness, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestion, hIead.he, and aI
Ailments resulting irom a Disordered Liver, such as oss of
Appetite, Des'iondency, Blues, Weakness, Tired Fe ing
'rd Inactivity of the Mind.

It tm lt

Sore or Inflamed


on a

Never pains th
sore eyes quid

s and purifies the Slood.

iese Eye Water
Eyes, Granulated Eye Lids, and is nothing a
rengthening to Weak Eyes.

uarartee--..o Care, o Pag.
eye to use it, but is guaranteed to ure
er than any other remedy ever ied.

To Horse owners and Stock D4iers.

you own mules or horses, you should by all means k p at reOdy
.ow command

Walker's Dead Shot Colic Cure
It is guaranteed totelieve any case of colic in mules horses .*
minutes. It is the orid's great specific for colic. It ei be Wa8l2
redby amy one who1 a intelligence enough to know hoef to da

------- ..'the r road.
mag wstil m nertan by the gatb- Chimese Method *K-w
enga re ss. The bhee ran at least Many travelers nt nt g
ree es farther a~4then began to have commented tui thefrl
ow Up and at laststt pped half Y singular I e-k of knuo dge of
up a long and steep IWI from sheer tances across tl:..r t itr.vy or
eSt 1t had by timee eOT- their towustit .i : l l.o
ered sufficiently to tak, charge of the nese. If alt. t ex.l( i q-l( j
horse again and drive the rest of the distance to he ex .
way to the town; whtph wasn't far, that it is 20 li (o:w-u1.,;4 a mu
and where I arrived With the horse upon arrlrirg t t::, ta; .',
covered with foam, a slelb splintered surprised o li:naI '..
and covered deep W ars and the tov.n frOn a. .-, Ire
scratches made by the desperate wild- come s 24 li and .eI cost of
et and myself so badly used Up by neying liback agali isforrslt
ervs abock that It It w three days greater than tti:e t o to it.
before I was able to gwt about taal The Chinese m'asiur instance ,
ii anything like good condition. I rule. but by the aluil of phyrag
ever beard whether tge wildcat was ergy required to trav o e thenm
IlWed by my blows or pot. but I have wage is based.on a Iii, of enera,
Idea he was. I hb so. Science amount that it takes em to C
ay. be all right in dec ring that wild given load, one picul ne 1 l, a,
Ilmals will hasten to ee at the very ground. If the road om A to
OSpiclon of man's a roach, but if : down hill, the distant is regard(
ever I am gqing any here and hear less than the actual li ar distati
Viere are wildcats In t direction I'll cause it is supposed togake less
go around some other way."-New to travel in that direion, or, is
Pork Press. .. Chinese say, 'the li a jhorL" it
S A MOUNTAIN 1 ,AKE. urally follows that ilnirfaling hl
S- I other direction, from b i to Ai
Nipid listener, in your 4eid road beig a gradual t ,
e minjlWall the songs lt brooks have s road being a gradual t,
e- y and years, the hills amog, expenditure of ener
e babbled of their trials, ith foamy tea%, "The 11 are long." and oCer to -q]
SUntil, an wearied, having ch their goal, fair compensation for r
msotly soothed their orron and their fema. r t liet a
carriers must see thate e i jjw
Like sentinels the stolid mountains stand the charges are C lTpridin*l
About you, drs't in garb of gorgeous green; creased. With this cAilaiiatlfO Wi
At early dawn their mirrore Shape o has often appeared as vgy t
r'outline pas bas often appeared as'v
U shimmering outline. painted by the sun,
Upon your tce, athwart hl,'leaning imsad Chinese becomes simn and reat.
rfade frn view until the 'iy is doMn ble.-Leslie's Weekly.


"1 1



--/ f

ROYAL Baking Powder is indispen-

sable to the preparation of the 'finest

cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins.

Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to
buy other powders because they are cheap."
Housekeepers should stop and think. If such
powders are lower priced, are they not inferior?
.Is it economy to spoil your digestion to save
a few pennies?

The "Royal Baker and Pastry
Cook "- containing over 8oo most
practical and valuable cooking re-
ceipts- free to every patron. Send
postal card with your full address.

Alum is used in some baking pow-
ders and in most of the so-called
phosphate powders, because it is
cheap, and makes a cheaper powder.
But alum isacorrosivepoison which,
taken in food, acts injuriously upon
the stomach, liver aul kidneys.


Mr. W. S. McKnight, of Kissimmee,
i here on business.
The Dentist. Dr. K. A Shine.
Mr. P. M. M. Fmkel, of Pensacola, is vis-
itirg the Capital Cit}.
Mr. M. F Simmons and wife, of Kan-
gs City, are recent arrivals.
Mr. Ash ey Gu ardeau, of Jacksonville,
visited Iallahasaee on Sunday.
Mrs. T. M. Dozier, of Jacksonville, is
paying a visit to friends and relatives.
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
dears the complexion, gives buoyancy
to the mind, cures Headache, regulates
Stomach, Bowels and Liver.
Rev. William J. Kenny, of the Ro-
san Catholic Church of Jacksonville,
paid a visit, to the Capital during the
pat week.
Pitts' Carminative aids digestion. regu-
lates the bow, Is. cures Cholera Infan-
tam, Cholera liorbus, Dysentery. Pains,
Gripig, Flatulent Colic, Unnatural
Drmir from the Bowels, and all diseases
incident to tething children. For all
m*mer complaints it is a spific. Ptr-
fectly armilews and free from injurious
drug and chemicait.
Mr. Frank Dhew, ot Jacksonville, is
ImrB G Jmportant busint--s in connec-
with railroad matters now before
is Amile Perkins has been selected
of honor to the spoi sor for tht
M r. brigade at the Confederate reunion
1 Fprusudina
Free.-Dr Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, 1008 plaes. 700 illus
tnratioms, is sent free on receipt o0 stami s
todelra) expenseof mailing only. Sind
31 one-cent stamps for pajler covers, or
81 stamps for cloth, to Dr. R. V. Pierce,
468 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.

A gsme of ball ws played between
W. F. S. bo sF ard the I oys of the Leon
lca& my. The W. F. S. won with a
score of 35 to 12.

Mfems. J. E. Baars of Pensacola, E .1
Hays -f Gieenville, B. L Lewis of Jas-
peg and Edward Fitzgerald. of Sanford.
are recent arrival,
F. .J. Frn, W. C. I touelaa. M. A. Red
ding, T. F. Dole. .J 0. B11. E. iB.
Emery and B. H. Roughton of Jack-oi
ville, visited the capital during ti
Wcarly e\ery person needs a ton;
medicine at this time of year to brace u,
and invigorate the nervous system. t
cehtnse the hotels, liver and kidneys'
Htrbine is the tes-t and safest r-medv'it
do this, as it will cure constipatior, reg
late the liver and enrich the blood
Price 50 cents. Wight & Bro.

Our local Inimrods are fnujoying fine
fshing these days. The heavy rains thi'
spring have caused the river to overflow
and this a orked the ponds and lakes
with a fine lot of firh of all varieties.

spring coughs are specially dangerous
uni unl sm cured at once, serious results
often follow. One Minute Cough Cure
acts like magic. It is not a common
mixture but is a high grade remedy.
All deakIrs.

A. K. Bawkes, the famous Atlanta
Opti( ian. direct from the lhme dfice of
this great Opticaul House. or one of his
Pieartical Opticians, will remain at the
store of his agents, A ight Bros.. for
three days lrly, beginning April 25th.
This will give the citizens of Tallahassee
and vicinity a rare opportunity of hav-
ing their eyesight tested free by one of
the ncst renowned as well as reliable
Optich ns in the United States.
Mr. Hawkes has all the modern appli-
Sances for the scientific adjustment of
Spectacles and Eye .Glares to the -eye.
There Ki nooptician in the United States
' hM enjoys the confidence of the people
" aore than Dr. Bawkes. BHL name is a

Col. Frank W. Pore, of Jacksonville,
is at the Capital on business.
Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
68. 48-10t
Mrs. H. Seagrave-Adams of Daytona
is among the recent arrivals.
Mr. Thomas A. Davis, of Seabreeze,
has been in the city for a short stay.
Those famous little pills, DeWitt's Lit-
tle Early Risers will remove all impuri-
ties from your system, cleanse your
bowels, make them regular. All deal-

Col. J. L. Lee, of Lafayette county,
Ias been in the city this week on buti
Mr. J. W. Hawkins, of Live Oak.
sheriff of Suwannee ,county, .is here --n
business. .
If troubled by a weak digestion, loss
of appetite, or constipation, try a few
doses ot Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.* Every box warranted.
For sa.e by Wight & Bro.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Clark, of
Iowa, are pleasantly located at Mrs. R
U. Longs.
Mrs. David Cay and family moved into
town this week and will make this their
future home.
Skin troubles, CULut, burn, scalds and
chafing qui kly heal Ity the use of De-
Witt'bs W tch Hazel Sbive. IL is im-
itated. Be sure you get DeWitt's. All
Mr. F. U. Laxley, a prominent lum-
berman of Apalachicula, was a recent
visitor to the city.
Mr. atin Mr.. %1 .y Wih.teley. of Ii *
dianapolir, are amon-g ihe recent an-
rivas a ilthe L. Given Up To Die with Croup.
Mrs. P. L. Cor uier, of Mannington,
Ky., writ-: "My tfnee--ear-olt girl
ied a trei ee case of croup, the doctor
.aid she could out live, and I gave her
up to die. I went to the store and got
a bottle of Fo ey's Honey and Tar. The
tirAt dose gave quick relief and saved
ser lit ."'
Mr. M. H. Lynch, is off for New York.
here lihe will enter the service of Illh
oib, CeniYl, Ri-lroard.
Colb nel VV ,niiaml B3aSiell, ot Pensacola,
resident of the State Pilots' A ociation,
again at the Capital.
Mr. C. H. Pai'n, f Uarralielle, secre-
try of the Franklin Lumber Company
was in the city ti is week.
"I had pilet bo bad I could get no rest
nor find a cure until 1 tried DeWitt's
Witch Hazel alve. After using it once,
I forgot I ever had anything like Piles."
N C. Boice, S mers Point, N. Y. Look
out for imitations. Be sure you ask foi
DeWitts. All dealers.
Dr. R. C. % white, Port physician of
Pensacola, has been in the city this wet k
on business before the legislature.
Messrs. T. E. Harris, Oeala Banmer,
J. F. Sherwood. Inverness Chronicle,
were in the city during the past week.
Hon. John Eagan, of Pensacola, U. S.
District Attorney for the northern dis-
trict of Florida, arrived today for Pen-

Mr. C. G. McCormick. of Lake City.
superintendent of agencies for the
Southern Express Company, is at the
The memorial exercises which were to
have been htld Tuesday alternoonin the
Senate chamber in memory of the late
Hon T. P. Chaires was postponed be-
cause of the absence of several members
of the &Dnate, until May 7th, whenult
will be held in the evening at 8 p. m.
King of Malara jsi King of all Ohill
Cures and King of all Tonics. It drives
malaria from the system and makes the
weak strong. If you want the best you


Malaria cannot find a lodgment in the
system while the Liver is in perfect
order. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi-
cine is the beet Regulator.
Mr. John A. Graham, wife and
daughter came from St. Mark on Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Connect of McEn-
tyre visited Tallahassee during the past
Hon. Geotrge E. Waldo of few York,
left last week taking his wift and sons
A Testimonial from Old angland.
"I consider Chamberlai'*e Cough
Remedy the best in the worlf for bron-
chitis," says Mr. William savory, of
Warringtou, England. "It pas saved
my wife's life, she having bee* a martyr
to brochitis for over six yvers, being
most of the time confined to h4r bed. She
is now quite well." kSold by? Wight &
Bro., and all medicine deoleres
Miss Jeanet McKinnon. of Marianna,
is theguestof Mrs. E. L. Wilshn at the
SLon. I
Mr. S. V. Coxetter. of Jaeksonvilie,
has joined the Legislative throng at the
Hou. John Denham, of P esacola is
here looking after legislation* for Padn
Sick Headche d
is the bane of womni. What is wanted
is not relief elne, but relief &nd cure.
Dr* Loyal Ford's Dyspepticid will cure
sack headache for all time. t makes
the stomach right.
Miss Florida Cotton Barnes' of Mari-
anna, is the guest of Miss !B'izabeth
Mr. Edward Fitnzerald, of Sanford, ar-
rived tnis week to accept a pq ition in
our offie.
You cannot es'Joy perfect health. rosy
cheeks and sprkling eyes if your liver
as Aluggish and your bowels clogged.
D. H Uit's Little Early Risers demasne the
wholh. system. They never tripe. All
Mirs Winu.e.a lt unis, ot Lloyd is the
guest of ar,. Anna Lloyd Bond at Jjs-
mine Inn.
Hon. W. H. Ellis, of Qumncy is among
the many prominent visitors in the city
un business.
Rich, warm, healthy blood is given by
Htud'as Saraaparilla aud thut coughs,
-olds and .pneumonia are prevented.
Take it now.
Mrs. Kettle, of St. Augustine, has
joined her husband, Fred W. Kettle, at
Judge Long's.
Charles G. Myers was home gain last
week from an extensive trip through
4 est Florida.
Mr. John P.-tersou, Jr., ol Auburndale
,na, been appointed notary public for the
state at large.
Gen. David Lang came up from
Jacasonville this week, and, much t,'
she pleasure of his numerous friends
here. is again shaking them by the
At No Time is rin Secufe from
of such disorders of the stomach as
cholera, cramps and diarrhcea;
but these complaints are common during
the heated term, when it isdangxtruus so
neglect them. Pain-Killer ma a remed)
that has never failed and' the severest
attacks have been cur d by it. Avwis
substtutes, there is but one Pain-Killer,
Perry Davis'. 25o. and 50c.



We do business one way to all
comers;, one price to ll We
Guarantee anything thatbears
the name of Williams, oe "your
money back." Wet buy the
hb LmWa &41 theae heat. *

An ounce (
pound of cure
Hoiehound Sy
i staff of phys
,two mecluded.

F prevention is worth
and a bottle of Ballar
up used in time is wor
;ians with a drugstore
Price, 25 and 50 cents.
Wierht & Bro_

Our Bakery Good ie up to da .
Call and see th ood things turned o t
every day at T B. Byrd's.
Plows and ow Gear at Yaeger's. j
If you to nt to get cool vi't
TWigh t & B 8. soda fountain.

The Tallah ssee Tailoring Co.
Will make e its to order from twelve
($12) dollars nd upward. Pants .it
$3.75 and upwo rd, according to the co<
ol material. (leaning and repairing it
reasonable price. A prs-ing club will
e organized for the benefit of those
who wish to join Shop at St. James
S. J. MII;LBR, General Manager.
TO TBHE DBA r-A. rici lady, cured of
aer Deafnesse ad Noises in the Head by
Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $13,000 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, Ney
Finest Cigams in Tallahassee, at T. B.
Byrd's, try them.
To Car Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. l~e
or 25. IfC..O. C. fail to cure, drut-
uia mfnun a snewV

w w.


Mr. J. Rembant and wife. of Birming-
ham were rn ent vistors here.
Miss Ea Taylor is home from a visit
with friends at Jacksonville.
*Editor Stone of the Breeze, DeFuniak,
spent Thursday at the Capital.
Mkj. J. A. Enelow Jr., of St. Augns-
tine came to the city on Friday.
Mr. Mason B. Goudy, of Apalachicola,
is a recent arrival at the Capital.

When you ask for Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine, see that you get it and
not some worthless imitation.
Hon. John N. Crooks, the big mill man
of Apalachicola, a i ore n I usines.
Mr. R. C. Curv, of River Junction, is
on a business trip visit to the Capital.
SCaptain R. E. Rose, of Kissimmee,
State Chemist-elect, is again in the city.
A torpid Liver causes Depression of
Spirits, Indigestion, Conatipa4on, Head-
ache. Use Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine to stimulate that organ.
Hon. Robt. Davis. Florida Congress-
man from the 2nd Dstrict is ib the city.
Dr. L. S. Smith, of Arcadia, and Mr.
W.S. West, of Valdosta, are ia the city.
Senator Stephen R. Mallory was shak-
ing hands with his many friends yester.

Mr. W. J. Owen, a prominent --9
o the Franklin county bar, was inI
city yesterday.
Rev. J. C. P rter, 'of Ocalas, aeto
the Capital last Thursday, leaving t-
urday for JacksonvilIle. '
_Mr. 0'Brief, of Pensacola, visited her
husband, denator J. Ed O'Brien, at Jes-
amine Inn, the past week.
Miss Catherine McIntosh left last w4k
for Daytona as a delegate to the Chrs.-
tian Endeavor Convention. I
Professr C. L. Hayes, president >f
the State Normal College at DeFunit,
is in the city for a few days. -
Col. M. M. Scarborough, of Lake Cir,
circuit clerk for Columbia County, "I's
here on business during the wtek.
A Raglig, Roaring Flood ,
Washed down a telegraph line whikh
Cha. C. Ellis. of Lisbon, Ia., had to *'-
par. "Standing wait deep in icy w -
ter," he writes, "gave me a terrible c Id
and c ugh -It grew worse daily. Fuima y
the best doctor in Oakland, Neb., Sio x
City and Omaha said I had Consumpt n
and could not live. Then I bwgan uslig
Dr. King's New Discovery and was w -
ly ueared by six bottles."' Pitively g -
anteed for Coughs, Colds and all Tr it
and Lung troubles by all dru
Price 50c.
The Boys' Social Club entertained
young lady friends Friday evening
the residence of lion. W. A. Rawls.
Hon. A. G. Hartridge of Jacksonvi ,
State Attorney for the Fourth Judia l
Judicial Circuit, is at the capital on
That strange human freak whi uJd
to amuse our grandfathers 40 years ab,
Blind Tom, gave two performances at
Opera House yesterday. There wa a
large crowd present, ard his perforp-
ance delighted his audiune-Uoloruo
Springs Gazette. ,
3uuro's Opera H use,, Friday, Alril
26, 1901.
Ladies and gentlemen, Girls i d
1 extend you a cordial invitation to
The Acme Ice Cream Parlors, St. Jasres
Hotel Building, one door south First a-
tional Bank. I am prepared to le
you with Ice Cream made from ral
sweet cream and pure fruit flavor. s-
sorted Cake. Strawberries A ith cre ,
Ice Cold Milk, Confectionery, Fruas.
Nuts, Figs. Dates.
The Aeme is first-class in all its p-
purtenaces, and will he keptup to a hh
standard of excellence, an service eqa9tl
to any Ice Cream Paarlr in the Sooth I
mlhcit or lers from families, which 11
receive prompt attention and be delv-
ered at residenc es.
Very truly,
Pecea Grove
A very desirable farm, 90 acres 3 mi
west of Tallahamee on Bainbridie ro1.
grove 200 to 300 bearing Pecan tre e 9
to 10 years old, pmasterel House wJ
piazzas and kitchen, extensive LeCoie
and Keilbr groves, inm spring we
fence. Apply to T. J. Bernard SoI.

University of Virgia.
a32 Summer. July 2 to Sept. 1, 1901. .
peeally helpful to beginners; to candidates r
admifAon to the bar; and to oracUttonero mn o
have larked systematic lnutuctIon. Forca*.-
logue, address
RALEIGH 0. MINOR. Secy., a
Cartoettesville. Va(

Miss Blake's Sanitarium
Next door north of Leon Hotel. op0
all the year. Graduate nurses. For par-
ticulars apply ti
MIss SAiU.BI E. BLAKE, Prop'r,
76m Tallahassee, Fla.
Wight Bros. deliver ice cream
blocks to any part of the city: S
A. N. Bevi B.scoem, Fta., w rit.:
Hlve used D M. A. Si.ninons Livsr
tedicrne may years; keep it on haid
all the time. acts hike a ch4rm on te
liver. Our Pysicians recimminend 6
Think it far better than Z-ilin's aid
Black Draugh{ [

The undersigned, havi
Stables, solicits the patrol

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assumed charge of the Kemper
of his friends and the public

Fancy Turnouts

Courteous Attention Co0

Will be our cla
Careful attention
ing parties.

ilned with Liberal Treatment

im upji the public for patronage.
give 0o winter visitors and humt.

4 Mar^n- agoa

Real Estate Agency,
200,000 acres of Timbered L--d for sale in Middle, East aiid West
Florida, in tracts ranging from a qrter section to fifteen thousand acres,
at reasonable prices; rated accordin~to timber, location, etc.
Also desirable city and suburbI Residences and Building Lots in and
around Tallahassee, the most plctursque and attractively located ci.y in the
State, with bright prospects of improved business conditions.
Also improved Farms in Leon"'d adjoining counties, suitable for cal
tivation, Stock Raising and Dairi.
One of the most desirable of t is class is a tract of 800 acres of the
finest Farming Land in Leon Coun, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scery unsurpassed by any section in
the South. Especial attention is cled to this tract which will be sold at
very reasonable figures. ,
For further particulars call on r address with stamp the nndcrsigd,
Tallahasstean 4 e,
A Tallh, i



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Can get you up anything in the coe
line On short notice, at T.B. Byrd'ts.

Cotton Seed MeaM
$L.00 per sack at Levy Bros.
BommARD.-First class board can be
tainted "reasonably" at Mrs. Greenho s,
on Calhoun street. 47-41
For Sale. ii
Two good horses at Kemper's stable .
Apply to R. J. BANNERM
Seed Oats at Yaeger's A
Buy your Seeds of the Tallahaase
Drug Co. A
Educate Your Bowels With CaSnCIag
Candy Cathartic, cure coomfp-t
forever. 10c. 25c. If C. C. C. f
druggists refund money.
Seed Oats.
Rust Proof, May Seed Oats, for se
by L. C. Yaeger. -
All kinds Agricultural Implement t
Cake Ornaments of most beautiful .
signs at T. B. Byrd's. "


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The most complete line in Men's
Shoes, all grades; alto Women's,
Misses' and Children'si Shoes, in
high and low cuts. (9ents' Fur-
nishingS Negligee Shirts, Shirt
Waists, Underwear in 'all grades.
Hats for Men, Boys anc. Children.
Trunks, Bags and U(at Cases.
Specialties in Summer nothingg.

. B.MeginnissJr

Most women with 'female weakness
suffer dreadfully from pilesi in addition
to their other pains. Phey muiy be cured
by using Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment. Price, 50 cents in bottles* tubes,
75 cents. Wight & Bro.

Stocks, Cotton, Whea
Anybody desiring to invest or speculate
get our "Guide to Investors and SpeculatotA
as well as our Daily Market Letter freeao
charge upon application to
George SkaUer & Cc,
Members of New York Cons. Stock Exzhae.
No. 70 Wall Street,.New York.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lumblo
and sciactic pains, yield to the peneLt-
ting influenced of BIilard's Snow LIt-
ment. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Wight & BrCf
To the Deaf.
A rich lady, cured of her deafnem Ad
noises in the head by Dr. Nichola's
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10.000 to is
Institute, so that deaf people unabeKo
procure the Ear Drumni ma have tban
free. Address No. 1296 The Nichoim
Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, NAw
York. 14-1$
For Sale.
Lands in Jacks m, Leon and Ta#ar
counties. Maj. Robert Gamble, agest,
Tallahassee, Fla. 43-tf
Dr. Ford's
expels the noxiotus genus of dyspepia
from the system, absolutely cures Qe
disease and causes the stomach to ournb
healthy blood for tihsue and nerve buiJ-
ing. Dr. Ford's Dyspepticide thus f
fers from other remedies. WightS

Nunall's candies are al4
fresh at Wight Bros.


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B. No. : A bil to be e eMICE QUICK TO LEARN.
15i 7, R ised Too act authorizing the-paseage of ordi-g osay. ist.e man who **
""anceg byincorporate antowns, Temiuteresting Pets.
and to prescribe a school Exercise i as bd as too little for the. and the promulgation of rules and
Referred to Committee on growing girl. It is veryasy for her to regulations of the State Board of Out on Forest avenue Is a mouse
overdo, and this is especially dangerous Health, to enforce and compel the vac- fancier whose residence, lest be lose
Mye.r Myers: S. B. No. 152: To at that critical peri of a young girl's cination and re-vaccination of citizens caste with his neighbors, is withheld. w
.inthe .ung of creditors' bills life when she croses the line of woman- and residents of the State of Florida, In a pen he has half a dozen or so or- ms
stating judgment Referre hood. It is not an and prescribing the duties of certain dinar field mice. -
o Coummai.ttee common thing to oeicers and persons to that end, and "They are the most sociable pets 1 In
BILL PASSED. lay the foundation providing certain penalties for fall- ever .had," he remarked. "and any one to
L. B. No., 113: A bill to be entitled for years of after re, refusal or neglect to comply with of them will rise to attention as he t
act to incorporate and establish a misery by neglect of the provisions of the same. Passed. o roach the pen a
IiPSDgovernment for the town of necessary precau- H. B. No. 19: A bill to be entitled an hears my tep approach theabou six te
Punta Gorda, in DeSoto county, Flor- tons at the first act to amend Section 1 of Chapter 4179, have had these young ones abut six
da, provide for ,ts government, pre- A change of life." entitled a act to provide a Board of months. They don't live long when it
cribe Its jurisdictionand powers, and The use of Dr. Phosphate Commissioners an. an In- cooped up. and they will come freely u
to abolish the present corporation of Pierce's Favorite spector of Phosphates, and to define to my hand to eat or drink. Some of t
said town. Passed. Prescription not only their duties and their authority, to them are so tame that they will climlt ef
H. Memorial No. 37: A memorial to establishes regular- grant the right to mine phosphate in to my shoulder and display not the W
S Conressial N of the 7: A mted States ni but t gives the beus of navigable waters of the lightest alarm at being touched. They c
regard to a waterway across the Pen- manltto the entire State of Florida upon certain condi- haven't acquired so much faith in all u
ieaBia of Florida from the Atlantic It th bestoanly organmed. tons, and to prohibit persons from humanity however, and have refused i
Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. Passed. ine for diseases mining unlawfully the same. Passed. humanity, however, an a a
Adjourned. culne for diseases .. B. No. 22: A bill to be entitled an to trust any one else so ear.l for an a
because r to women act to require persons running or oper- "Wile mlce cat a great deal for an 2e
Sbcause it cures the eating log-timber or turpentine carts animal so small when food is abun-
HOUSE, APRIL 19. causes ot disease or wagons, or persons habitually haul- dant, they can exist for a surprising h
The House met pursuant to adjourn- complnetely and p ing heavy loads on or over the public long time with next to nothing. Any ev
ment. The following members "Favorite Prescrip- roads of this State, to keep the por- one whose house has been invested do
answered to their names: tion"F contains no tion of such road used by them in re- with mice and who had passed weary el
Mr. Speaker, Meisrs. Amos, Ander- alcohol, neither pair. Passed. weeks when everything that possibly n
son, Bates, Blanton, Brown, Broward, opum, cocaine nor H.B. No. 88: A bi to be entitled an weeks when eerythng that possbfully un t
Buford, Burr, Campbell, Chambers. any other narcotic, act to amend Section 2378 of the Re- could serve as food calling to
Clarke, Close, Crawford, Corbett, "It cannot disagree vised Statutes of the State of Florida, de y i t
Davidson, Davis, Dowden, Duckwortu, wit the most de- aeflning justifiable homicide. Passed. service an active ferret, will appreciate tb
Fulton, Gillen, Godfrey,Gornto, Griggs, cate constitution. H. B. No. 84: A bill to be entitled an this fact He is a mighty aggressive l
Grant, Gunn, Harvell, Hendry, Hop- "or a number of act to provide for fixing the amount of and tireless forager after food. not a'
kins, Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby, John- months I suffered with oail bonds in certain criminal cases by hesitating at walls or similar obstrue-
son, Jones, Koonce, Lee, L'Engle, Mc- female trouble," writes Miss Agnes McGowne. the Judges of the Criminal Courts of tions. through whiclt he patiently
GlMin, McRae of Putnam, Palmer, -of i212 ank Street. Washington, D.C. "I tried Record of this State, and te approval a a path. As a test of persistence
Parrish of Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, permanent good. The doctors said it was the of the said bonds by the several Sher- in this line I hung a basket of food
Pinholster, Porter, Raney, Raulerson, worst case of internal trouble they ever had. I iffs of the State. Passed. b a roe and after
Redding, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of decided to write to you for help, I received a S.B. No. 35: A bill to be entitlen an from the ceiling by a rope and a holer a
very encouraging reply and commenced treit-
Columbia, Russell, Shoemaker, Sledge, meant at once. I had not used your *Favorite act to amend Section 10 L Chapter a week's fst plced mouse a hole
Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, Umstead, Prescription' a week before I began to feel 4537 of the Laws of Florida, approved in the ceiling above the basket. He
Wall, Whaley, Williamson, Wilson, better, and, asIcontinued, my health gradually June 7, 1897, entitled an act to amend descended some eight feet or more on is
Wole and Zewadski-3. erce's Common Sense Medcal. Sections 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 12, 22, 24, 25, 30, a slender cord and safely reached his
The Speaker announced the appoint- d Pierce's Common Sense Medical 37, 40, of an act entitled an act to pro- haven, later climbing up again.
ment of the following visiting con- Adviser in paper covers, is sent free on vide for the registration of all legally "All of my mice I have taken from p
mittees: A committee to visit the Agri- receipt of 2m one-cent stare to pay qualified voters in the several counues nests about the premises and notice d
cultural College at Lake City, the expense of mailing only. Address of the State, and to provide for general that they invariably seek shelter be-
Chair appoints Messrs. (mstead of Su- R. Perce, Buffalo, N.Y. and special elections ane for the re- low or behind something never in so
wannee, and Lee of Hamaon, on the t ore-turns of elections, approved May 25,
art of the House. tatutes of the State of Florida, 1895. Passed. exposed a locality as almost any other it
Also to visit -the Insane Asylum and lating to the jurisdiction of County Adjourned. animal would select. For a nest pa-
the State Reformatory, the Chair ap- judges' Courts. Passed. per, cloth or any soft material seems
the State the Chair a Judiciary substitute for H. B. No. to satisfy and the exceeding fineness M
113: To amend Section 2004 of the Re- HOUSE, APRIL 20.t fnns M
Cures Blood Poison and Cancer. 1 e P. with which it is chopped suggests some
re lood woiso a ancelhr. vised Statutes of r'lorida. Passed. i ne House met pursuant to adjourn- mighty artistic work with their teeth."
Earning sores, swellings. ailingg hair. S. B. No. 71: Making incurable in- ment. The Speaker in the chair. The f-Portland Express.
mucous patcha's, ulcers, scrofola. a,-hing sanity a ground for divorce ofhusband following members answered to tier -ortlad Express. W
bones and joints, itchinsr skin, boils, and wife, and regulating proceedings names: w
pimp'es. etc. by taking Botanic Blood in such sases. Passed. Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander- A VERY PARTICULAR BIRD. d
B: lm (B. B. B ) made especially to cure Adjourned. son, Bates, Blanton, Brown, drawar., --
maligant blhdm and skin trouble,. ":- -t Buford, Burr, Campbell, Chambers, It the Bathing Dish Didn't Salt HIE. i
B. B. B. heals every sore and makes the
blood pure and rich. Over3.000 cures SENATE, APRIL 20. Clarke, Close, Crawford, CorbeL, He Went Unwashed.
worst and most obstinate by t.k- Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Davidon, Davis, Dowden, Duckworth, "Birds have as much character a o
ing B. B. B. D[ug.ists. $1, le4cribe Tne President in the chair. The follow- Fulton, Gillen, Godfrey, Gornto,Griggs, human beings," said a specialist on -
trouble and trial botdti n, free hv writ ing Senators answered to their names: Grant, Gunn, Hendry, Hopkins, Jack- birds. Some are the most arrant.little c
ing to Blood Bailne Co, AI)lanta. Ga Mr. President, Messrs. Adams,Blitch, son, aco iy, ones, Koonce, Lee, aristooats, while others are regular lit- ,il
Broome, Butler, Carson, Cottrell, L g, n e Paustam tie plebeians. I bad a little fellow e
points Messrs. Porter of Monroe, and Brewm, Butler, Carson, Htreis, Palmer, Parrish of Holmes, Parrish of
points Messrs. Porter of Monroe, and Crews, Crill, Denham, Dimick, Harris Manatee, Pinholster, Porter, Raney, some time ago who, despite all my ef- il
McRae of Putnam. Kirk, Law, Miller, Myers, McCaskill, Raulerson, Redding, Rivers of Alachua, forts, would not bathe. Each morning N
To visit the State.Normal School at McCreary, MacWilliams, Neel, Palmer,'INd
DeFuniak Springs the Seminary West Peacock, Rogers, Whidden, Sams,. vers of Columbia, Russell. homaker, when, with his white porcelain tub in .
of the Suwannee, and the ColoredNor- ilson of 4th, W hson of ., Wads- Sledge. Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, my hand, I approached his cage. he J,
malhe Schooluwannee, and the Colored Nor- Wilson of 4th,and Williams29on of ., Wads- Umstead, Wall, Wilson, Wone and Ze- would resolve himself into the sulkiest.
mal School at Tallahassee, Messrs. worth and Williams-29. wadski-57.,laih
Hendry of Lee, and Dowden of Polk.. INTRODUCTIN F BILLS. TRDUCTIN OF BILLS dreariest little ball of feathers you can
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. Bto 2 T possibly inmgine. I coaxed and plead- 14
By Mr. Rivers (by request): H. B. By Mr. Palmer: S. B. No. 153 To By Mr. Gornto, H. B. No. 264: To ed; I even bribed. Bathe he would not. *<
No. 253: To regulate appedate pro- confer upon electric railway companies, amend Section 3024 of the Revised
ceedino s in the Supreme Court in wnen operating outside the incorpor- Statutes, relating to coroner's fees Re- So consistent was he in his determina- th
criminal cases. Referred to Committee ated limits of cities and towns in this fer. %d to Committee on Judiciary. tion not to bathe that 1 named him ,
on Jauicary. btate, all the rights, powers and privil- By Mr. L'Engle, H. B. No..265: To Tramp. One morning 1 broke the tub, s
By Mr. Jones: H. B. No. 254 To eges of eminent domain now exercised provide for the surrender and*cancel- and in its place I took a shallow blue 19
amend Chapter 4684, Laws of Florida, and enjoyed by railroad and canal lation of certain tax certificates and white dish of Japanese ware.
approved June 3, 1899, entitled an act companies in, this State, as to and con- which have been declared illegal by Tramp eyed me for a moment with all
to provide for and encourage the or- cerning the condemnation of private the Supreme Court of the State of his old hostility, and then as he caught
organization of a corps of volunteer mil- and public property for right of way. Florida, being for the unpaid taxes sight of the pretty dish he flew down S
itia for service as a land force and to Referred to Committee on Railroads. of the year 1890, which were sold afte from his perchwith chirps of joyand
enforce discipline therein. Referred By Mr. ....: S. B. No. 154: To August 4, 1891. Referred to Commit- darted into the water before I could in
to Committee on itildia anu btate provide a penalty for selling liquors tee on Finance and Taxation. fyarted i wat before ould
ommitee on a anu tate in counties or precincts voting against By Mr. Gunn, H. B. No. 266: To take my hand from the cage. of
By Mr. Clarke: H. B. No. 255: To such sale, and to provide a penalty for amend Section 2527 of Article 13 of the "I had found the way to his heart,
provide for the issue, custody, redemp- seatng liquor wit out first paying the Revised Statutes of Florida, relative and his morning bath now became a et
tion, sale and transfer of tax sale cer- Acense required by law in counties' to burning of woods. Referred to Corn- daily source of joy to both of us. But h-
tificates, and the issue of tax deeds anu voting for the sale of liquors; and to mittee on Agriculture. ont fatal morning I broke the blue and r
prescribing the duties of certain offi A- wthr of ummer By Mr. Parrish, H. B. No. 267:" To white dish.. In an apologetic manner I
cers crin connection therewith. Referred r ,hi weather of u e oan protect the sea turtle and their eggs. brought to Tramp once more the regu-
to Committee tion therFinane and Taxa-with. Referred proacpfhin.e itis reaper will constantly Referred to Committee on Fisheries. nation white bath dish. hoping that his
to Committee on Finance and Taxa- k.,.p hefeere its readers Trerhina, i remi H. B. No. 268: To legalize the acts cn i were b ti t s
tion. Mdv wHiB h. 2hre known, is being urn- of all Notary Publics of the State or cleanly habits were by this time so in-
By Mr. Gunn: H. B. No. 2oo: To ver.all uSed to preventan-I counteract Florida-up to April 1, 1901. Referred grained that he would overlook the i
provide for counties in the Late of I. tfectT .t warmn weather upon small to Committee on Judiciary. prosaic appearance of his tub. Not so. tr
Foida to acquire ownership and ds- children, and i is hoped that alli moth- By Mr. Anderson, H. B. No. 269: To An angry flutter of wings, a threaten. r
poem of lands and other property that ,.rs of this community will keep tl e r provide for the issue of bonds by the ing little beak, a perfect tempest of
may be sold under judgment and ex- ehilur-n in healthy condition by giving o f he ins o no o- hi ittle bak a perfct t dt of
ecution in certain cases. Referred to :t, fr it co-ts only 25 cents at druggists; town of Chipley, in Washington coun- shrill cheeps and twitterings and then ti
Committee on Judiciary. R e r to ,.,i it ctnt o U. J. 1ontett, d D.r ty, for the construction of waterworks sulky silence on the topmost perch.
H. B. No. 257: To amend Section 20 St Luis. 31..- and a p school building, and pro- 'So it went on till I secured another
tf the Revised Statutes o. Florida, de- --. viding for the payment of the interest blue and white dish and then peace
fining the boundary lines of Liberty prescrie rules of evidence in such on and te principal of such bond rm o do t
county, Florida. Referred to Coin- cases, and to prescribe forms of in- Referred to Committee on City and and harmony and morning baths A,
mittee on City and County Organiza- o.ctments and informations in such County Organizations. aga"- -New York Commercial Adver-
tion, cases. Referred to the Committee on By Mr. Hendry, H. B. No. 270: De- tiser.
By Mr. Palmer: H. B. No. 258: To enemperance. fining how lands or territory within
prevent, suppress, and finish the il- By ,r. Butler: S. B. No. 155: To corporate limits of towns and cities --
lelal sale of spirituous liquors, wines establish a standard of weights and may be reduced. Referred to Commit- BeOB't Count -or ach.

or beer in cities and towns. Referred measures for the State of Florida. Re- tee on City and County Organization. "Lovely wedding, wasn't i?" asked ',
to Committee on Temperance. ferred to Committee on Agriculture. By Mr. Brown, H. B. No. 271: To the maid of honor.
By Mr. Sparkman: fH. B. No. 259: By Mr. Crews: S. B. No. 156: To establish and keep in good repair hard "Quite so," admitted the bride's dear-
To provide for tne appointment of a prescribe the compensation to be paid public roads and highways in DeSoto est enemy.
Commissioner on Fisheries anu to de- witnesses in the courts of County County in this State; directing the "Every detail perfect," suggested the
fine his duties in the State of Florida. Judges, and Justices of the Peace, and Board of County Commissioners of maid of honor geste th
Referred to Committtee on P fisheries. before coroners on an inquest of the said county to levy a special tax to maid of honor.
By Mr. Anderson: .,. B. No. 260: dead. Referred to Committee on Ju- pay for the.same, to purchase neces- "Oh, I don't know. We might make
Declaring the town of .,iipley, in the aiciary. sary tools, implements and stock to an exception of the groom, don't you
county of Washington, to be a legally By Mr. Neel: S. B. No. 157: To es- be used In working same; to pay all think"?'
incorporated town. referred d to Corn- tablish scholarships in the State ,or- expenses of same and declaring all "Oh, possibly, possibly." admitted the
mittee' on City and County Organi- mal School at DeFutiak Springs, and roads in said county heretofore estab- maid of honor, "but that's a minor de.
nation. to make appropriations therefore. Re- lished according to law to be public tail, anyway."--Chicago Post.
By Mr. L'Engle: H. B. ,.o. 261: To ferred to Committee on Education. roads. Referred to Committee on Fi- -
amend Section 1394 of tne Revised By Mr. Whidden: S. B. No. 158: To nance and Taxation.
Statutes of the State of Florida, re- appropriate $2000 to defray the expense BILLS PASSED.
lating to- the compensation of Clerks of a4d maintain an exhibit at the Pan- H. B. No. 122: To repeal Chapter Scrofula the C use.
of the Circuit Courts as Clerks anu Re- American Exposition, at Buffalo, N. 4170 of the Acts -of 1893, entitled an Eczema, catarrh, hip disease, white
orders. Referred to Committtee on Y. Referred to Committee on Appro- act to protect eamen from mpositin, swelling, and even consumption have
Judiciary. prialions. and to provide for the appointment their origin in scrofulous conditions.
By Mr. Woue:' H. B. No. 262: To By Mr. Miller: S. B. No. 160: De- of shipping agents. the slightest taint ofeerofu.tnt t
provide for and regulate the holding clearing the town of Chipley, in the H. Joint R. No. 40: Memorializing blood, there is no safety. The remedy
of primary elections. Laid on the table county of Washington, to be a legally Congress in regard to the further im- for this disease in all its forms is Hood's
subject to calL. incorporated town. Referred to Corn- provement of the Chattahoochee, Flint Sarsaprilla, which goes to the root of
By Mr. Williamson: H. B. No. 263 mittee on City and County Organiza- and Apalachicola rivers, and Apalach- the trouble and expelsall impurities and
To appropriate $5000 to defray the tion. icola Bay. Passed.
expense of and maintain an exhibit at By Mr. Dimick: S. B. Ao. 161: For H. Joint Resolution No. 39: Memo- disease germs from the blood.
tne Pan-American Exposition a( But- the relief of R. J. Chillingworth. Re- rializing Congress asking for a survey
falo New York. Referred to Committee ferred to Committee on Claims. of the Upper Manatee River, in Mana- The best family cathartic is Hood's
on Appropriations. By Mr. Miller: S. B. No. 162: To tee county, Florida, from Rye, Flor- Pills.
BILLS PASSED. provide -or the issue of bonds uy the ida,. to Ellington, Florida. Passed. i
.108: To amend Section town of Chipley, and providing for H. B. No. 102: A bill to, be entitled
H. B.a No. 108: To amend ectson 3 the construction of water works and an act for the relief of L P. Olin.
of Chapter 4120 of the Acts of 1893, a public school building, and prowv,- Passed.
Laws of Florida, being ation a to be paid mg for the payment of the interest on Adjourned.
scribe the compensation toand the principal of such bonds. Re-
cours of this State, and to provide for ferred to Co itteeon city and Coun-r Ctarrh Canaot Be Cared |
summoning defendant's witnesses. With local applications, as they cannot
Passed. reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
LB. No. 42: To prescribe the jur- --..- .. .. .is a constitutional disease and in order
'Lcon of County Judges' Courts, and A QUICi CURE tO re it you mut take internal
to Wovode for Justices of the Peace Is- FOlR COUGHS renediea Hal1s Catarrh CW isl taken

V"SS w-o"in-qu-ti ty. 13, 1 Q010. I
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. >

.* -'...^ ..*- -Hrfd,.-

Nine= fERBINE.

Tenths _s ......

of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

all th
e DEGULATES the Uver, Stomach and Bows,
People n Cleansesthe System, Purifies theB

Suffer CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipat!iU

from a u Weak So mach and Impaired Digestl

Diseased', Evert B iari teit Satfifa.
Liver Price, Cents.

Pr l JAMiES F. BAMIARD, St. Louis,
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s /

1901. S |

age to 0 ftt at yrida. a
'AD W-19tatet hi'kinla.dI' 'etc. Tjw.meeti h
Dr. George H. Gwynn' soace at io
4m"h aA'mtou p swddne in the Star
LC E R $ wtnoot license wil pinn e take due
1 w' of and overnthemselvesaccomxtings
Sores and Ulcers never itbeome of thePresidet.
-b ti.. .Tho.V^-x--L- T MP, i rl
less the blood in poor wcodt-- 30. GWY wN
uggish, weak and unable to t Of Gt. W. LAA-, See
he poisons that accumulate i AU---- -
stem must be relieved of the U _y -IATt T.- -
latter through the sore, and --
life would follow should i~ before ade uader Secio 6. Chapter
he blood has been made preand 8Oflthy f lOridoa.(18s93J
nd allimpurities eliminated from ~sys sbow the amount of taxes c
m. S.S Sbeginsthecurebyrst'leanf "ax Colleetor of Leon county. pj a
g and invigorating the bloo&b A diLng olleeted for the current year to'
p the general health and ia1ov*^ from nds for which uch taxes have
.. DRstem A M ~". I1ndin ploll ta with county
11 syse b A Total tax for year 1900. including
SI morbid, lltax (1 ...... _2 .
fetematter. m't collected and pid to Pebru- l
When this has been accompished zye1 r l0 1 ................
charge gradually ceases, and the ore of
lcer heals. Itis the tendency of t eold APPOwrTONN It
idolent sores to grow worse and r I General revenue A 7.301 w
nd eventuallyto destroy the bones. ,ocat m't collected and
applications, while soothing andjt some paid to eb. 12
extent alleviatepain, cannot react# seat i e..i...t... ... 277- 3
f the trouble. S.S.S.does. andno tti Am'i collected 2.d
ow apparently hopeless your con ition, aid to Feb. 12,
ven though your constitution has ken .culve.. et 2......
own, it will bring relief when nmging Am's. collect. d and 1
se can. It supplies the rich, prlooIl pai. i to Feb. 12.
necessary to heal the sore and 9f1risb .l..... -.. -i
he debilitated, di eased IxbolY.y.s anciling poll ..... 1",:, U ou
Mr. J. B. Talbert, Lock Box 24w5 WinM i- .. ..
nvs: "Six years ago my legIq f:om tthe .betao ..,
e foot was onesolidsore. Several ph Am' collected and
eated me a:id I made two trip to Hot Sngs, I tid to Ft 1.
at found no relief. T was indeed to try &S. pI1t "*. -- .. 4 5
ind it made a complete cure. I havebee per- 11............. 44 ,2 2
ctly well man ever since"
S S S is the onlypurel veg. Attest: c,-. 1
table blood p ifer Clerk ,o Circuit Court. LwAon ounitv, 1 41
known-contai4 no
poisonous miners to T. S. E. Railroad --
S i ruin the digestion and Will n1 a lin.,enser train on Tued, LT
dd to, rather thap relieve your af er- days and Igs. If your flesh does not heal roily Schedule e&-ctive Dec. 1,
hen scratched, bruised or cut, your ood Read down.
s in bad condition, and any o
Seni for our free book andwi or o:5 a m. n. Ar..tallinfh- T- .
physicians about your case. We aI %Bell Air c'ros.silit n)
harv- for this service.
Tricketq will be for sale at Dr. r
Store. Thomas ity and at the train
minute-hefore leaving.
I the Circuit COurt. S'tof'i Jical l aFor information a' to frn'ight or expire ad
("rcuit, Lmou (OJulty, Flol.: I. to Dr. Lewis. agent, or Capt. Thomas, S
( hais'*r. Hark will meet train at Boll %ir crmmir =
irtiha F. Tumlin. widow. Thona H. oIt a.d retunriting leave Tallahassee in time to
.laud fto-s. infant-s by their next 'I., for Thomas City.
M ,garet R. Robs, and Napoleon B. os. R. BwKNkrr, General M
( omplauiants. Tallaase7y
Vw. .4
Scarbroigh and Jame it. voore, a at- A WHy Aniwei.
ministrator o the esta of vewt .t J. I ,
dectase'l. -arah A. Bliaknon. wid -.w. Jfsie The shah of Persia once aside a
M. %% arlk-k and J. T. Warlick her hus d group of his courtiers whom ithey
mhustand, Fli h. Miore s an'd J., e it. no thought the greater man, himwsf a
her hu-sbmcd. New:on J Roe and Fred.k his father. At first he could get hbo
John Kte, Defendants. plyo so dangerous a quedtlon. the a.
it i-avTi IX eu made to appear by the afliavlt ply so
quired by law its th' -eau-s m.t the ded-. Swer to which might cost the conftie
its. Samuh A. Bhtekoui. is. a re-ide -t their heads.
un county, -tate o; labam>, Jeie M. ar- e he
:k aud J r. Warl ek her hulmind are e-i At last a wily old courtier pad,
cents .i Rome Flo.d county. (co-'ir aM.. ha "Your father, sire, for although yea
olle-on and I. Tolleson ht-r hu I.lLed.
Ila L .VosreandJiue- It. voo e h-er husLnld, are equal to your father in all otbre.
ewton I Kcow and 'ralerlek .johnu ar- spects in this be is superior to yor
et-of CelmtaUrnc Ci'ounly .llalamna;thas t-eeo
no pier-n i, lis tate the drvic- of a u that he had a greater son than any yol
ma ul'oi wlhm. would lbind .aid d f10 d i-d have."
i. it i af'-i ', lielih.t tl- age of ach o th v
id efe, over twenty-ne t' year- i
enrfohre tiat the *ad deiei, lanitbe Engllsh Roads.
dul thlvwy ,. rib rrr-ired tio ap tear to th
li of cani *:l ierl.t, at the odi--e of ~ After the abandonment of B*itlg
i rbof tai.i c,-t iu th.(e ity of -uln a. ce ai, by the Romans the rounds fell into di
loIday Ihe vl2thslay of May. A. I). IM( tid .
at thahu order le auilhel once a week lor use and bridle paths formed the on0
n.-eeutive eet'- in the Aeekly Tallaha--e ua. means of omluniK(-tion. Not u"t
'ev. l< er puibl'hcet fn the t. ity t Talluai--
e. Leoan outy. ,lorfda. the sixteenth year of Charles II-tlot
Nliieaadorderedthis llthdayof April, AD. i. i s G76-was any systematic effr
L.-3L] COLeCIL A. BRYav. m made to improve the roads of E
Clerk Ciniuit cort. land.
TATE or FLORIDA, T ?'te 9a
I, Cumwi Bry -n. el'-rk of the Circuit 3 rt The word topaz comes frou t
and for the county aforts:i., do henrb) Greek verb signifyil to gueBS. t
tle ortal rderol publicatin in the ( Jewel was brought f o the east i
anta K. lunlin et al. v-. W ' reported to have come from an isla~id
d Jam-s R. fire. ao adminin srao n, et al. and men guessed at the location of t6i
In lestimoy whereol 1 have her, unto set ,. isle which produced such beautita
rad and official 2eal thcs lIth day of April gems.
('ornciL A. BR VAN, ____
Clerk Circuit Court Leon cuunty, l'lorida Perfect digestion is the only found'
a2:w tiln for per'eet healtlih. The food w
Notice to Phvsyila.s. pat makes all th, blood we have, which
HhyNIRiGE." in turn feeds ev ry Iwrve. mulle aid
Examiners an and for the 2d Judicial I--.
ictof the -tale of Florida will convene i1 ttie the appetite, aids d,;.stion. givestSM
ty lf Tallahias-ec. the I capital, on the :ecoIdI "nd vigor to a'l the Iiunetions and ef-
-s'a in\l May. 1i 1 being the l4'hdta of aid suresl good health. Price. W cents.
tlith. for tila, i<'. (ci loduclin examiiia.- W ilht & Bra.
o.s and granting cct tficates to practie m-edt B-




simple 8 Caavt1 Ihtug .
A man may enjoy bounding health
sad know very Iftle about the cause of
his happiness, atd, alas, a man may
auffer all the woes of dyspepsia and
have no certain knowledge as to the
emse of his misery.
"i'm a confirmed dyspeptic. That's
*He reason I look so o14," said Mr. Col-
tnder, gazing almost enviously at the
ged bronze face o0 his former chum at
college, who had dropped down from
the country into !Mr. Collander's City
"What you nercl is simple country
food, man," said this old friend, clap.
ping him heartily on the shoulder.
"Come and visit my wife and me on
the farm for awhile, and we'll set you
up. It's rich city living that's too much
for you. Now, take breakfast, for in-
stance. All I have is two good cups of
coffee, a couple of fresh doughnuts, a
bit of steak- with a baked potato, some
fresh biscuit or muffins and either
griddle cakes or a piece of pie to top off
with. What do you have?'
The city man looked at his red cheek-
ed friend, who stood waiting for the
confirmation of his idea.
"A cup of hot water and two slices
of dry toast," hei responded soberly.
"But if you think a simple diet like
yours would help ne I will ma'e one
more atit (iiipt to be a healthy man.*"-







Youth's CompanioLI

Joe Mantoeh's PlatolN. .
Y.*, :!inton. the famous gunmaker,
.-::',:.,i;: lIoun>low heath when he
S.i.;,l by a highwayman. On
h;t:i-...g iih:' siummois to "stand and de-
liv,,"" M:inton recognized a pistol of his
ow. 'i;;:it. leveled at his head. "Why,
oi;'.iini it. you rascal." cried the in.
di;,n,1t guna ina' er, "I'm Joe Manton.
and that's one of my pistols you've got
How dare you try to rob me!" "Oh,
you're Joe Manton, are you?" said the
highwayfian coolly "Well. you charg-
ed me 10 guineas f r this brace of pis-
tols, which I call 4 confounded swin-
dle, though I admitithey're a good pair
of barkers. Now mean to be quits
with you. Hand dte over 10 guineas.
and I'll let you goibecause you're Joe
Manton, though I know you have got
S50 at least about y u."
Joseph swallowed his wrath and
promptly paid the 10 guineas. But he
never forgave the highwayman for get-
ting a brace of his best pistols for nix.
and be made himself a special double
gun with barrels barely two feet long.
which he always carried about with*
him afterward wlen traveling and"
christened "The Highwayman's Ma&
ter." With this wepon I have heaiK
that he subsequently shot a highway-
man who stopped his chaise and mor-
tally wounded hi b.-"Kings of the
Rod, Rifle and Guns.r

Then He Hi rrled Up.
He was too mode t to be a'success-
fl lover, and ;e b d lef 40 years of
AU life go by wit out ever coming
So an emotional poitl.
He was In love with a fair being of
suitable agem but be'would not tell her
wo. and though she knew It she could
not very well give him a hint about
the situation.
She was willing because she had ar-
rived at that time of life when a
woman is not nearly so hard to please
as she might have Ipen at some other
time, but he was stupid and went
away without a word.
He was gone a long, long time. and
when he came back he found her still
"I have come back after many
years." he said to her as he took her
hand in greeting.
She had learned something In the
years since she hbad seen him last.
"Well. for goodness' sake. Henry.'
she exclaimed fervidly, "why don't you
take them? I'm 35 pow. How many
more years do you want?"
Then a great light; shone' upon him.
and he did not wait for any more.-
London Answers.

The Mauftaesure of Plate Glas..
The casting table of a plate glass fac-
tory is about 20 feet long, 15 feet wide
and 6 iDehes thlek. Strips of iron on
each side afford a bearing for the roll-
ers and determine the thickness of the
plate to be cast. The molten glass Is
poured on the table, and the roller
;=Ming from end to end spreads the

The Best Remedy for RhemIqtiam

All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for heuioatism are delighted with the
ick relief from pain which it affords.
When se*4ing of this Mr. D. N. Sinks.
of Troy. Ohio, says: -8ome time ago I
had a sewvr attack of rheumatism in
my arm and shoulder. I tried numerous
remedies hut aot no relief until I was
recommended by Messrs. George F. Par-
sons & Co.. druggists of this place, to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They.
recommended it so highly that I bought
a bottle. I wss soon relieved of all
pain. I have since recommended this
lament to many of mv friends, who
agree with me that it is the best remedy
for muscular rheumatism in the
market" For sale by Wight & Bro.,
and all medicine dealers.

us tu a Onsrus uaaaee. Lin
sm, after cooling rapidly. Is transer
I to the annealing oven. where it re-
ins several days. When taken out.
s very rough and uneven and in that
te is used for skylights and other
poses where strength is desired
her than transparency. The greater
t of the glass. however, is ground.
toothed and polished.

Polite oBr.e Co.uters.
A stranger who had an appointment
to meet a friend in the Chambers street
ferry house, which Is used by Erie
commuters. was greatly puzzled the
other afternoon by the actions of the
men who passed the ticket taker's win-
dow. Nearly three-fourths of them
took their bats off to the ticket taker in
the most polite style.
The stranger thought that possibly
the ticket taker's wife was in the box
with him, and he went back to look
again. There was no one in the box
save the ticket taker, who looked good
natured, but not i imposing. When his
friend arrived, the stranger said:
"Is that the president of the Erie
road in that box ?*
"Certainly not. -Why do you ask such
a question?"
'Why, every man who passes him
takes his hat off, gives him a marching
salute and walks on."
The friend smiled pityingly at the
stranger's ignorance and said it was a
trick of the Erie commuters to carry
their tickets in the crown of their hats.
They took their hats off so that the
agent might see the ticket-New York

A Historte Throae.
The biggest episcopal throne in Eu-
rope is at the Exeter cathedral. Com-
posed of the very best oak. wilh mag-
nificent carving executed by the most
expert designers of the day. the throne
soars upward in beautiful tapering pin-
nacles, which rise up to the lofty roof
of the sacred edifice. The throne Is
not only the biggest, but one of the
.oldest. It was saved from destruction
by the Puritans by the ingenuity of the
Cavaliers, who when the Roundheads
marched on Exeter pulled down the
throne and divided it into 365 pieces.
one for every day of the year. The
pieces were safely secured in many
hiding places, and when peace was re-
stored the pieces were put together
again without the aid of a single naiL

Choice Vegetables

always bring high prices.

To raise them success-

fully, a fertilizer con-


at least


Potash should be used.

Our books furnish useful

information on

Epigrams In Fletion.
I always pray that I may never out-
live my illusions or my front teeth.
though all else may fail me.
Admiration is like porridge--awfully
stodging, but you get hungry again al-
most as soon as you've eaten it.
A good nose is an abiding resting
place for vanity. You know that it will
outlast your time and that age cannot
wither nor custom stale its satisfactory
The quality of mercy should not be
measured out by teaspopnfuls in a
medicine glass, but should be sent
round In a watering cart by the county
They've no sense, men haven't. The
very best of them don't properly know
the difference between their souls and
their stomachs, and they fancy that
they are a-wrestling with their doubts
when really it is their dinners that are
a-wrestling with them.
It is the duty of all women to look
happy-the married ones to show that
they don't wish they weren't married
and the unmarried ones to show that
they don't wish they were.-New York

The Matter of a Semleoloe.
A Russian military paper tells of
a lieutenant who overheard a sergeant
giving a recruit a short lecture upon
his duties. "The military service,"
said the sergeant. "requires little pray-
er to God and a strict attention to the
orders of a superior." Somewhat as-
tonished at this singular definition of
military duty. the officer ventured to
ask the sergeant for his authority,
whereupon the sergeant produced an
ancient volume containing the follow-
ing: "The military duty requires lit-
tie: prayer to God. and strict attention
to the orders of a superior."-Army
and Navy Journal.

A Preesation.
Husband (going to his rich aele's
funerab-Put a couple of' large hand-
kerchiefs into my pocket, dear. The
old gentleman promised to leave me
10.000. and I shall want to shed some
appropriate tears.
Wife-But suppose when the will is
read you find he hasn't left you any-
Husband-In that case you had bet-
ter put in three.-London Fun.

Gates of the Land of Promise.
No one can watch a load of immi-
grants land without being struck by
the astonishing signs of hope and con-
fidence about them all. There has
never been any exaggeration of this.
Incredible as it may seem to one who
knows how grim Is the struggle for
life among the masses in America. It
Is evident that this is still the land of
promise to the poor of Europe.-Scrib-
The largest sponge ever sent to mar-
ket was from the Mediterranean. It
was ten feet in circumference and
three in diameter.

The first street lighting In this coun-
try was done in New York in 1697.

The first export of cotton from this
country was in 1785. In which year one
bag was sent from Charleston to Liver-
pool while 12 were sent from Philadel-
phia and one from New York.


Poison Proof Animals.
Neither differences of organization in
mfimals nor In the constitution of the
Poisonous substance generally afford
any clew for interpreting an exception-
al want of effect, Unaccountable is
the immunity of rabbits against bella-
donna leaves (Atropa belladonna, dead-
ly nightshade). You may feed them
with belladonna for weeks without ob-
serving the least toxic symptoms. The
meat of such animals, however, proves
poisonous to any ope who eats it, pro-
ducing the same symptoms as the
Pigeons and various other berbivora
are also to some degree safe from the
effects of this poison, while in warm
blooded carnivora It causes paralysis
and asphyxia. In frogs the effect
is a different one, consisting of spasms.
The meat of goats which had fed on
hemlock has sometimes occasioned
poisonous effects. chickens are near-
ly hardy against nux vomica and the
extremely dangerous alkaloid, strych-
nine, contained in; it. while in the
smallest amown it is a fatal poison to
More remarkable yet in this respect
Is the immunity of Choloepus hoffman-
ni, a kind of sloth living on the'island
of Ceylon, which, when given ten
grains of strychnine, was not much af-
fected. Pigeons are possessed of high
immunity from morphine, the chief al-
kaloid of opium, as well as from bella-
donna. Eight grains were required to
kill a pigeon, not much less than the
mortal dose for a man. Cats are ex-
tremely sensitive to foxglove (Digitalis
purpurea). which on the contrary may
be given to rabbits and various birds
in pretty large doses.

,PFined For Death on Board.
"The only place, as far as law is con-
cerned. where it costs money to die
from natural causes is aboard a steam-
ship," remarked a vessel owner. "The
purpose of the law was excellent
enough. There was a time when emi-
grants were being brought to this
country in very large numbers, or 'by
the shipload.' as it was termed. There
is no doubt that there. was crowding in
the ships that brought them. and to
prevent this a law was passed impos-
Ing upon the ship a fine of $10 for
every death that occurred during the
passage from natural causes of per-

SThel Best Chill Tonic .
is positively the King of Malaria. It
drives the malaria from the system, it
stimulates the appetite, it drives away
the languor, by its strengthening and
invigorating qualities. If you want the
best take the King of Malaria. Wight&

S ad~...

Slander ag the Cook.
Here Is something that a woman
who knows says is a sure diagnosis
of the status of the cook. If you have
a good cook. you may be more or
less sure that she will look too fre-
quently upon the wine when It is red.
It is an unfortunate fact. but if the
cook is less than a $40 'cook as
little annoyance as possible may be
expected from this weakness. Possi-
bly it will never make itself manifest
enough to be known above stairs. But
if the cook has risen higher in the so-
cial scale of cooks than $40. then look
out. A cook who is rated at over $40
may be expected to smash things.
If one chances to make a morning
call at the house of a friend and dis-
covers the servants crowded up stairs,
frightened and trembling, while from
below come the sounds of ironware
skating across the kitchen and pottery
crashing against the wall and be-
tween times the voice of the masculine
head of the family gently expostulat-
Ing or commanding in would be stern
tones, then it may be known that that
household has reached the dignity of a
$50 or $60 cook.-New York Times.

Huxley and the ClerSrmaS.
A rash clergyman once, without fur-
ther equipment in natural history than
some desultory reading, attacked the
Darwinian theory in some sundry mag-
azine articles in which he made him-
self uncommonly merry at Huxley's
expense. This was intended to draw
the great man's fire. and as the batter-
ies remained silent the author proceed-
ed to write to Huxley. calling his at-
tention to the articles and at the same
time. with mock modesty, asking ad-
vice as to the further study of these
deep questions.
Huxley's answer was brief and to
the point. "Take a cockroach and dis-
sect it."-Argonaut.

After the fire in a Buffalo residence
Iad been extinguished by the depart-
ment and the family were preparing
to settle down again for the night a
little girl who had been awakened by
the disturbance and had come down
half dressed was asked by a neighbor
if she had been much frightened.
"I should say I was." said the young
lady. "When I first heard the alarm. I
just chattered in every limb."-Buffalo

Just Her Way.
Jack-Well, then. since you have bro-
ken off the engagement suppose you
-I-- _- hanjlr that -intw-




Rival,"t adr "Repeater"
t l Mm, tk mso otm and mi ywm get t&e best shells that mmoey can biy.

There are hundreds of queer myths
and traditions given to account for-the
fact that the sea is salt. The Arabs
say that when the first pair sinned they
were living in a beautiful garden on a
tract of land joined to a mainland by a
narrow neck or isthmus. When it be-
came known to the Holy One that his
people had sinned, he went to the gar-
den for the purpose of driving them out
and across the narrow neck of land
Into the patch of thorns and brambles
on the other side. Anticipating what
would be the consequence of their hqi-
nous crime, they had prepared to leave
their beautiful garden and had actually
gone so far as to send the children and
goats across into the thicket.
When the Holy One appeared on the
scene, the first pair started to run, but
the woman looked back. For this the
man cursed her and for such a crime
was almost immediately turned into a
block of salt. Compare with Genesis xix.
26r The woman, more forgiving than
her husband, stooped to pick up the
shapeless mass of salt, when imme-
diately the narrow neck of land began
to crack and break. As she touched
what had once been her companion she,
too, was turned to salt just as the neck
of the land sank and the waters rush-
ed through. From that day to this. the
Arabs say, all the waters of the ocean
have rushed through that narrow chan-
nel at least once a year, constantly
wearing away the salt of what was
once our first parents, yet the bulk of
the two salty objects is not diminished
In the least.

How General Butler Freed a Man.
General Butler's gift for springing
out and taking advantage of every
technicality was fully illustrated in the
famous case of a respectably connected
man in Boston. who. being affected
with a mania for stealing. was brought
to trial on four indictments. General
Butler was tihe prisoner's counsel. If
the prisoner was convicted on all four
indictments, he wou!d be liable to
imprisonment for A)O years. As the
court was assembling General Butler
agreed with the counsel for the prose-
cution that three indictments should be
quashed on condition that the prisoner
should plead guilty to the one which
charged the theft of the greatest
The prisoner, to his amazement, was
ordered by his counsel to plead guilty.
"Say guilty, sir." said the general
sternly. The man obeyed, and the
other three Indictments were not press-
ed. But when the counsel for the pros-
ecution moved for sentence General
Butler pointed out a fatal flaw, mani-
fest to every one when attention was
called to it. In ten minutes the aston-
ished prisoner was a free man. It is
said that the court laughed at the rise.
the cleverness of which it was impos-
sible not to admire.





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aS = '= aMalG Seam.
iht and Luxurious Paamenger Route to New York, Boston and the East.
hort Rail Ride to Savannah.
palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Four
each week to New York, making close connection with
, New York-Boston ships, or Sound liners.

All ticket aenta and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write .r --v i:
infonnation, sling schedules, stateroom re- ervations, or call on
W. H. PIEAS*NTS(T. T-aflic Manager. New Pier 35 North River. New York.
WALTER H &KINSi. Gen. Agt. Traffic Uepl), 224 West Bay street. Jacksonville, Fla.
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No. leaves I allahasee going east at 1.4a,,
arrives 'onticello 3.15. Live Oak 4.44. Lake
City 6.27. Jacksonville 7.2 p. m. I .a 4 goIgr
eist leaves T llahzuee 4:45 a. m- arriving
Ja- ksiville 10.15 a. m.
*No. 68 leaves Jacksonville daily at
-4 26 p. im., arrives Ferandina 5:60 p. m.
Connection made at Fernandina with Cumber-
land Route steamers, leaving Fernandina 1:30
p. m. daily except Sunday, arriving Brunswick
500op m.
+Leave Fernardiaa for Jacksonville 7:40 a. .
and 12:4Op. m.
Arrivals at Jack'onville from the North and
East, No.'27, at7:30 a. m.: No. 31. at 3:50. i.
m. : No 365at8:30p. m. FromtheWe&4t. No. 2,
at 7-25 p. m :No. 4. at 9.00 a. m. From the
South, No. 44, at 9 0 a0.. ; No 66, at 3:-55 p. m

Train No. 44, )he Ilorida and Metrololitan Limited, vestibuled train between Jacksonville
and New Yoea. via Richmond and Washington. including drawing room. dining
and observatu cars. Day pcowhes between Jakkronville and Washington. Tralas 31 and
14 carry Pull Buffet sleeping car; between Jaek-onville. and Tampa,
No. 66 Florid and Atlantic Fast M:il. olid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches, mail,
baggage and ex rte- caresetween Jacksonville and Washington, and Pullman sleepr bt-tween
lac6sonviIleaIm New York.
Steamers for i qy West and Havanna--Leavo Port Prampa Sundays, Tue4days and Thursdays,
11 (Ni 1n m &
Nos. 2 and 1, lee er between New Orlcns and Jacksonville.
Full information at City Ticket Office by R. P. Hopkins, Agent.
V. E. M' BEE, tt. E. L. BUNCH. A. 0. MacDONELL,
Gen'l U*t., Gen. Pas. Agent, As-t. Gen. I as Agent,
Port4touth.|Va. Jacksonville, Fla

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Conections-At Tallahabee with trains on A. AL. At Carrabelle with Apalachicola steam em
At Apalachieola wSth Chattahooche. niver steamem. -
U. s. Mail Stean~er Cre-cent City will leave Apalachicola daily at 6:30 a. m. Returning leave
Carrabelle daily, 1.00Oa. m. F. W. AhtMTtONG, Gen. Pas. Agt.. Tallahabbee. la.



D-4~-asma- Rfiand Plesaf~ntiI-M


Schedule Effective April 21,1 901.
L-I1. I *44 I 05 I 35 1 ht'UTHERN DIVISION. 1 1 27 1 31"







Onion seed, Griffi.g'sScces- F
Matchtess and Money--wA L l l-J n F dd,
FW; etc_.. etc.

Stck f Fresh Field and Garden Seed Always ona Hu

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sons over 3 years or age. Tbhil
put a stop to overcrowding, or. at
least, it is supposed that it did. which
is about the same thing. Ships do not
fancy having to pay fines of this kind.
"Of course, in comparison with the
great army of persons who are brought
across the ocean from month to month.
there are very few deaths, for the stat-
isticians 'have been kind enough to
show beyond a doubt that the steam-
ship is the safest means of transpor-
tation in existence, but. just the same,
there are a considerable number in the
course of a year."-Washington Star.




We live by our blood, and on
A. We thrive or starve, as
umrblood is rich or poor.
There is nothing else to live
an or by.
When strength is full and
_nrits high, we are being re-
freshed, bone muscle and brain,
i body and mind, with con-
tinual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
When weak, in low spirits,
uo cheer, no spring, when rest
s not rest and sleep is not
sleep, we are starved; our blood
is poor; there is little nutri-
ment in it.
Back of the blood, is food,
to keep the blood rich. When
it fails, take Scott's Emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
whole body going again-man
woman and child.
Ifyom have not tried it, send for free sample.
An agreeable taste will surprise you.
S. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
.4wi5 Pearl Street, New York.
50o. and1 .oo; atll druggists.
Gen. E. B. Railey. of MnnticEllo, is at
the Capital, int-rested in pending legisla.
Mra. Wilson, of Marianna. arrived on
Thursday and will spend some time with
her histhand, Senator C. L. Wilson, at
the Leon.
Kaliri(a tiEndorsed by the best Physician
and guaranteed to cure Chills, Fever and
Ague. All drugsists or from Moffit
West Drug Cc.. St.. Louis.

Mrs. Chapm. of Gamut-sville, is at J;,s-
mine Inn, where she %vill remain for the
spi ag minonths with h-r husband, Dr. S.
B. Chapin.

Mr. L. L. Peek, of Madison county, is
is in the city this week.
Mr. T. E. Bridges, of Arcadia, is in
the city for a few days.
Judge Haskill, of.Palatka, has been a
visitor at the. Capital city during the
past few days.
Judge T. LE. Owen, of Jacksonville,
came to thevcity on Tuesday.
Mr. J. W. Lewir, of Branford, is a re-
cent arrival at the Capital.
Hon. Peter 0. Knight,-a leading law-
yer of Tampa, came to Ithe Capital on
Hen. W. B Shepherd, Collector of Cus-
toms for the port of Apalachicola, is i.
the city.
Rev. W. E. H. Mabry. Rev. John
Mickler. Hon. Win. N. Sheats, Judge J.
T. Bernard, Dr. Rush and wife have
gone to New Orleans, as delegates to the
'er, ral missionary conference of the
Southern Methodise Chuich.
Mrs. E. B. Brition and Miss Mable
Britton, of Baltimore, for the past two
months guests or Mr. and' Mrs. J. W.
Britton, left for home last week.
Seven Years In Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" inquire the
friends of Mrs. L Pease, of Lawrence,
Kan., They knew she had been unable
to leaveher bed in seven years on ac
count of kidney aud liver trouble. ner-
vous prostration and general debility;
but "Three Bottles of Electric Bitters en
abled me to walk," she write,, "an iin
three months I felt like a ntw person.'
Women suffering from Headache, Back-
ache, Nervousness.Sleeplersnups, Melan-
choly, Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find
it a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfac -
tion is guaranteed. All druggists. Only

Tax Notice.
All taxes not paid by April 30th will
be advertised and sold.
6-4t Tax Collector.






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Direct from the home office of this great Optical House, or one of his practical.
Opticians and will remain at the store of his agents,

Wighlt Bros., Druggists.

His Engagament is for Three Days, Onry Beginning

APRIL 25th.
This will give ,.te citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity a rare opportunity of
having their
Eye-sight Tested Free.
by oe 0o the most renowned and successful as well as reliable opticians in the
b. S. Mr. lHawkes has all the modern appliances for the scientific adjustment
of glasses to the eye. There is no Optician in tne U. S. who enjoys the con-
fAdence of the people more tnan Mr. Hawkes. His name is a familiar word
throughout a section of country inhabited by over twenty-five millions of
people. Mr. Hawkes has probably adjusted glases to the eyes of more people
oof national and international fame than any otner Optician living. This firm
was established in 1870.
th Eye Strain
is often the cause of headache, dizziness, nervousness and dimness of vision.
This can be cured in many cases by the correct fitting of his Crystallized
lenses to the eye. Call early, he positively remains but three days, as he has
other engagements for later dates.
CAUTION.-I would caution the public against buying spectacles from ped-
dlers going from house to house with a lot of spectacles representing them to
be Hawkes" or selling the same grade oi goods. Hawkes' spectacles are
never pedaled. Many of the inferior glasses that flood the country are pos-
itively injurious to the eye.
Frcm tx P;esid lnt of the Unitej States, Grover Cleveland.
Executive Mamslon.
,i'3 f" a 1'- Washington, Dec. 2, 1896.
S'Hawkes, Esq.- My dear sir: I find your Crystallized Lenses well
Wslted to my eyes for far-seeing. And I shall enjoy them on my shooting
trips. Yours very truly, Grover Cleveland.
The Creat W arrior and Statesman.
Mr. A. K. Hawked-Dear sir: When I require the use of glasses I wear your
pantiscopic Crystallized Lenses. In respect to brilliancy and clearness of
vision, they are superior to any glasses I have ever used.
Respectfully, Fitzhugh Lee,
Consul General to Cuba.
One ot Our Createst Statesmen.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes-Dear sir: The Pantiscopice glasses you furnished me
some time since have given excellent satisfaction. I have tested them by
use, and must say they are unsurpassed in clearness and brilliancy. by any
that I have ever worn. Respectfully, Gen. John B. Gordon,
Sxt-Gov. of Ga. and U. S. Senator. .

I A. K. Hawkes Received Gold -Medal
S"Highest Award Diploma of Honor
. w r m,, a rior Le Grinding and Uxcelleacy in the mwntwtmtre of Spectacles



Professor John F. Forbe.i, of D -L-nd,
President of Stetson University, came to
the Capital this we 4k.
Mr. J. M. Gornto, of Mayo, Tax Col-
lector for Lafayettp county, is on an affi-
cial visit to the Capital.

For Infants and Children.
(he Kind You Have Aiways Bouht
Bears the
signature of

Real Estate.
Desirable City and Suburban Property
for sale. Apply to F. C. Gili:ore, at Gil-
more & Davis Co.'s Store. 3 tf
Col. M. [owden who will deliver
the anniversary address next Tuesday
evening at the Odd Fellows' Hall was
past Grand Master of Kentucky for 12
years. Those who fail to hear him Tues-
day night will miss a treat
Mr. W, M. McIntosh, Sr., has re-
turned from Jacksonville. where he at-
tended the session of the Grand Lodge of
Odd Fellows.
Mr. ,. W. (ockie'l. Jr.. of Jackson-
wile, ha' been in this city recently look-
ing afler.tue i the Supreme Court.
Mr. G. W. Lamar, of Savannah. father
of Dr. G. W. Lamar, of Quincy. Assit t-
;nt State Health Officer, is visiting Tla -
lah ssee with his son.
Editor Columbus B. mnuth, of the
Jasper News, was a pleasant vistor to
this office yesterday. lie came up on
bu.sine.s b +fore the L'gi.,laure.
Blind 'l ous aptaueu at the raid Op.
a a House last night and his rvimarkable
Ability was again demonstrated. Hit
playing of popular and c asaical music
-nd his immitations were excellent in
?very way and elected frU quent and enr-
-,humsl!-tic applause.-Pueblo, 1'ol., Daily
At Munro's Opera House. Friday,
April 26, 1901,
Mr. Frait .u. Mlour, or Co umbia,
i C., architect for the S.aboard Air
Line and Southern Railway. wa.s hert
this week to confer with the joint com-
mittee on improvement of the State
Prof. Charles Lane, the noted Georgia
trumcrist, gave a lecture at the Opera
qiouse laet Monday night, under the au-
s-pices of the :State Seminary His sub-
ject was "Lessons not Learned in Books"
and pleased a large audence.
Stepped Into Live Coals.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Buckley's Ar-
nica Salve wholly cured me after every-
thing else failed.'? Infallible for Burns,
Scalds, Cuts, Bruises and Piles. Sold by
all druggists, 25c.

J. W. Collins i headquarters for
everything in the line of Fancy land
Staple Groceries. 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-
tain the same reputation. You can
save money by calling on him.



a Broker


Pay Card-Office of Inventor, Deer
Lodge, Tenn., Box 45. Stamp! Betton.
The TALLAHASSKKAN was honored
Monday by a call from Editor J. M.
Cal.4we l, of Lake City. Brother Calil-
well has sold his newspaper and job
office and is now a gentrlpian of leiisre
in quest of health. His hosrs of frio'n,lq
through< ut the State hope that he will
find it.
The cold wind for the past week has
done some damag- to the cotton crops.
The amount of damage is as yet how-
ever undetermined. According to Dr.
Carter, who has charge of the U. ;.
weather bureau at this point. the ther-
mometer went down to 40 degrees Mon-
day and Sunday. There certainly was a
white frost both mornings. One very
reliable colorednman claims to have had
a thin layer of ice in his chicken water
Miss Ella Nash. of this city, has b'en
selected by R. E. Lee Camp, United Con-
federate Veterans of Jnaektonville, to
place upon the grave of the late Cot. G.
Troupe Maxwell. a form r Comma ilrr
of said camp, a fl ral tribute on em, -
rial Day.


.JJJaj.LJ JJ.Ii .L Jl.J i
I eorpor.tte limits of the cit., Oenbracing build-
ing lots and truck farms all contiguous ad de-
sirable. Apply to WV. W. MC-UKIFF.
Sin land on Lake .lackcon, one mile of lake
shcr.e for lja-ture. Apply to
44-tf W. W. M.cGitI-.
D E,-HABL.E 1tEliNa'Es ON Mu.\.N
and McCarthy Streeis War-lhouse a3n
building lots, at a;d inear 'lpot. -otillrri Mis
urbs, and Long Grove Addition. ;WilIl .e 'snli a
a bargain. W. wV. .3cG;IFF.
s EVERAL of the most lprom~uAt re-ideiices i
k the city-on Calhoun :nd i. intom -treet-
unsurpassed for bii ins coevceiincnec o 0 '-ei:t-
surroMnlingtg, a'wh ta.s are not on i ien m.:rket for
a lifetime. For tens apply earit, if o&i want
to buy. W. N. Md R F.p
.1 one lot to it whole block, ftoln Sl. 04ito
e,O(1O, upon which are p;.aiin investniili-
now ill operation 12 per cent. neLt Apply to W.
W. MeOritr.
OiU l AL b C.lvI'Az ).\-'ont I 1s
Sternest in the Lonu Grove Lots.
Sept. 14. 18W. t R MrTkTNo.
F)(R ILENT--lann i ., :o) acre's ti t'-qu1 i tr
mile south of Tallahat.see. wVill s .i llol-t,
hold furniture, piano. several pities old in;aio!
any. mplenents. famuilVy h rs. phakrt n.
etc. MRS. J. M. IRADNER.- For cfercuec see
W. A.Denrilly, aeniit if
lV r;i K t)OM (UTI T ( 1 H KENT. -Apply to
F Mrs. R. McDougall, r-outh Boulevard Street.


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of first-class ..


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and you have the ad-
vantage of our expe-
rience as .




In helping you select what
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The competition drill of the overL- au-nence. The genius lisp-ly i by this
or's Guari.i *, .. 11 tn ..m- 1'eninn. musical prodigy is truly wv)on llefuil. Hi
Corporal E. D. MN11. won thenmdal. renditions of selections from Ithoven,
The altend:inie w.- n',t t lar~et as was ,lascagni and his own coirn:itir.s and
hoped it woni1 'd his inltationq demon'-trate *ii, Ibiorrnal
Professor 1'. D.S Ti-ker, Pr.denof iieory and lits mastery of the iistru-
the State Normal and Industrial Conle, 1ment.- acoma Da ly Led.*r.
left Tuesday-for Palatki. whlre tile an- AtI nmros Ora Hou" 'i ay April
nual m,-eting of thie (,loredt Tetnchier' 26, 1l. I-
State Az.sociation will be held this i'eek. --.. .
Mr. A. M. Will!i:iinmn. editor of the
Blind Tom appeared at the Taco6ra Daily Floridian. and wife. '! .1t ckn-
Theatre last night to a very enthusiastic ville, are in the city for a short stay.



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26 Johu.St., New York.

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m som thing about It

SOldVir gnia Cheroots.

Sas 3,oo t o of r them are being *
smoked thiC s ye r. anybody about
St em, if you ha e never smoked them a
y urself. T y have Mmade their 0
0 o1'n reputation and their own place
mi -the cigar tiade, wholly on their
B mrits. CThree good smokes for ve g
cents, and no aste l
TCe hundred million Id Virginia Cheroots smok ti. i
year. Askyor ow dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents.
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ir Work to First-Class im Every Particular.
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