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: May 2, 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: VID00043
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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')"^LJ~r^U I I and tebuw-g.-Lecsburg Commercial. TU i 0 1' 1 M AIu elra' is v:illy sJs od LEuiLA
`1`9 Comrci. C;r nive win,: interests will be
-- GENERAL OlRDER NO. 8. ulitiy protected. and the "tour-
GENERAL ORDER NO. S. .ots will be allowed certain ex-
t LS4 b3 Louisville, -Ky., April 22, 1901.- .-mntiors that will prevent their bwi:g
a the Shoting of .Tintmb b Hear Aro,. .d Thinks it Wil be a Great m A trr t D ito H terf rred with. ceed
R and camps have kindly offered to vote Tree ToOa::1itttialtl provision rel::t-
Soingwa me at the Memphis Reunion as Sccess to Yca1 o-tii son' is a tlBth
i" my own successor, I consider it only Nin it gy Success t' is Yeare of inl !he biIi. 1, ',let, tile
fair to all that I should announce in ur.e is said t) be ('Prciully drawn :vid
advance that I shall not be a candi- ____ every precaution tkcn to n:-;ke ,L
date for re-election. Nor do I desire stani the '(.,, of c'o.stituttionality L--
'then T ?te Confederation to re-elect me siM- !'oA- lhei T h darors ti '
pMI ED THE NEXT DA piy as an endorsr"ment of my admirns- ORO- LL RECEIVED THE RIG"T PLACE SELECTED co-- LD I s VERY Dr
tration, with the understanding or ex- WANTS A FLIORI)DA BADGE.L
pectadon that I woulL resign immedi- Mrs. T. Hl. Randolph, president (fi _
ately afterwards and Lnus permit the Anna Jackson Chapt(er, D)alg'ites of
4 c(croner's Jury. I)ccr-.~ the Sho. erection of my successor. I do not ap- Veterans Carried Back to the Days Other flatter: Relating to Florida and the C erav, has recid th e of R rs T
prove of this custom, and I do not. lohwing 't-"r, which will be of iftcr'esT
in- Justifi:tbl. consider it fair to my successor, who They DefendeJ the Confederacy. Hr Present Status. towany our readers: Busy to lld the J .
would thus be placed in the attitude !etnoir, (a.i. Ai tri 21 >5: Dear Mr..y
o, accepting second hand the high R m-- note in the rl. ,ll -
position of Commander-in-Chief. Iflite f t
Saturday afternoon, at Popeville,-in y administration shall be cons-iered Oce more the young aind the old Max Krause, Lae hustling Savannah s.ean tlat your -baJetr of the I)..,ih-
the wcst(-rn part of thns county, B. F. worthy of your endorsement, such en- ee together and marched hand drummer, and pirsiu'.t of "ne T. P. tors of th: (o..ioh proio.e :- A
lto n ^as sho^t and killed by R. A. can e o~fieialy gwven by in hand to the "silent bivouac of the A.., has been in lte city several days i"g Tmitong otway. Doctors Phil brick and mean of a suitable resoluti se cau," to hear eulogies spoken of the tliis week. I.lx travels all over Flor- o'(uty. I v.old like oae for aay n-at. The irrsc by yo in convention a ssembled. As brave deeds of the South's heroes, 'aa, al is perhaps one of the b.At ,l1.r. HIe ipf:,s a crros m i.on 1i e following Sunators tr
Gunn, in response to a telephone mas- your Commander-in-Chief, I have eon and together attested in patriotic song posted men on. LAe commercial co..- "'I;i.;sce ,uts as all -,, th ir nam. s:.
geo. wo::t down and did all they could dcavored to serve you earnestly and their appreciation of the "cause" for ion ot ite Soun .ar can be found. s th Coy wr r. nt M Atho
r -t own an dia which those heroes had laid down file Tallanassetan man mnt inm v-s- .ediC ri rI: He t"rd the sr- Brooue, Butler, (asson. Co.wl,
Sfor the wounded man, but he died Sun- fithf rul y. their lives terda-y and learnd some facts wdhica vcje a a I tna:,t of thb old ':,1- Crews. ('rill. larris. Kdirk. I A. V ill r
a y afternoon from internal hemor- hle u n a labor of love, will be Even nature seemed to smile, as the may prove intt'resiig reading. ha.;'e ti;ds." :pt. l,,:viw. aftl.- ye.s, MCaslill, M.erear .:Wil-
ge .ced by the for your co er- ovely skies above and oalmy breezes "What is the condition of the. w,;rd Coman:," 2, S.. on0d Florid t Cav- lis. Neol, Palm r of 11 h. lIou:e,
tIe dr it s ao, o Ur a ai T oe youp cond i r- and the gift of beautiful flowers added State?" ne was askeu. :ahr. anII' at ti e ,l.) of the war w,;s WVhidden. \Vils'm of oth. v:adtwo:vi1
The dillieulty, it seems, arose over ation. The present condition of our h Well," he replied, "there is on 'nn of Sub- rit o and Williams- .
the settlement of an account of a tur- Confederation is the most prosperous m h to the occasionr of the one nin which prevented a goneyi "'*n l .,. .t o.Is. f u-l):s ri. Sot.h- IN TRODi-CTIO OF iil LS
I The Anna Jackson Chapter of the one nug wien I[reventtd a genera l',l't a.,, ".i i id'). a ', SO),h-
entine hand. Tilton was the head of anu s.ast elory Ion its eory, nd IIDaughtcrs of the Confederacy had ar- booth n conu- nerci l circles this sea- et e ia, rig that MaW: S. No. '; :
the firm of Tiltoa & Co., turpentine op- or my business to relinquish the work ranged a more than usually attractive son. In the long' cotton section of miia. to <.-i. '-(.C ek. o te tT- Cv By r. in,.\niac l. Ite
grators, and liemmingway is a m- in w,!cn I have taken so much inter- program for the services, which the State tie farmers sold early anai AI an. .at hsi ... on a..taV n i .i .
an for L. C Ye.ger & Co., who arc et ad pide. Upon t Sons, an caused an added interest and drew realized good prices. Tiey are h:l 1, ; re ( h:(tr here have o- fe to .ldiciary ('ount.e
ban for L. C Ye1 Ahl-1nger & Co., who arc est ad pride. Upon tewSons, an.1
kwgaged in the sam e busias., Upon the noaie order o. the Daugh- large crowds to witness and pa1-tici- and prosperous s a result, vwhle *, hi l,. r'.lt he n, l of ite (tW I
One of Yeager & Co.'s -' .n ter will fall the mantle of the vet- pte in their observance. nnymny merchants are s..ll holding t0i ;e:-P< .l ',.tr, a ".uu: having one n- tii i
OPe at 4 o'olocks tnh p 1.*0tI tt vean jndhi cr diftren t o tlem Prh Ci rugi e our No
y and went to work fo. 'ilnoa r- eran herons when they cease to exist Promptly at 4 o'clock the proces- tton. It has already dline to the "he :r, ,f y, r Cha:t:-r n ,i, oe se[ ing ii. te ,li iors wi
a -. ke-.~ mingway agreed t o vit himn as an organiz-tion Each succeeding sion, whlch had formed ian front of t whre they lost from $ w5 to ,2 h t.i, ithi k,:n re ol,'(ts or, i whi..i l :;o Ci selling toxi"1ti' i s
.ay ia Tilton would pay an .-c'tolr!ct hle reunion shows too plainly that their the Leon IIotel moved towards the a le. If they had sold early in the s rn. I : v'y ntee'ely. coutlia pesf n o
owed. Tilton consented a.t ir .t, out a ranks are made thinner by the cemetery. Headed by a local band s o-wn and rezed thOe sal Iar" a', rsol dc m1ntt. hr. onbai. lf of < ('orin
e or two later ref'wse.l. atld Hem absence of those who have crossed playing a patriotic tune, first came the they were entitled to things wo,.lda .. s. toan ovidCit rlif ., tl" .Nu
ngay being at I,)pc il'. on oc.h-re over the river and joined their com- Governor's Guards, then followed the have been q(ite different. However:, I FE rS :\'FiNT ISSI l r tI u
veterans and l a e a l'1!(. an d their To rts ri.
iess, found his ma.i ,,n',i was oing ra(:es on the other side. veterans and their carriages. t e only a r uto o section oft e l, '" ,nt hat.: bh.n isnfi 't. foir i'il1 athoriz ti Suprm< ioi
-.take him back. Tilt.)n. :. t iel)i'ts t1 he o,)jects of our Confederation are In h e first carriage was the Hon. Seian t believed that as a whe. :, rl-')'ai n l tie folloV91g ojf Fo1i: i, To Uc tonii"sioneR t<.
gain promised to pay th a- historical and benevolent and are not Dennett H. Mays, the orator of the ida to-da enjoys the great s ." 'nited es a:t t court in the f e
rnt. for the purpose, as some seem to im- day, General Win. Miller, Col. David r- tasure of prosperity of any SLaten .... ;t a....: : e, wth a s (aita Is and !'serilin i. dutie of
piurose s t oi.m of f.eit asometal se em t To ur o i d th fmae
t ay afternoon Hemingway of kping aliv th old fling and Mr. George B. Perkins, f 1i, :0, t .a.:, ", cu. vt sh Con.issionrs. a-d rviii for
Vuagain at Popeville, and Tilton of antagonism, which was buried at i h iie i the other carriages were Mrs. s- -mH ,o e Stat ae o d, i:) a1 hu :ov (io:l.or i;ct their empensation. Advacd to thirn l
n-declared he would not pay the oatto when the great and ten- an the lades of the A a Ja- abo t location h was t d al
unt. Hemmingway replied that if ter-hearted Grant closed the terms of son Chapter of tWe Daughters of the e-. i11 e J a ir o nillbe,.. l '.,.' :;-s- a n, o .11Itr- A I
Twas worth it the company could surrender with the knightly Lee, who (,onederacy. l e. il 0, b, own n s'Yor erat', r. No. sad To aaend ,ins 2
t the amount, for he (Hemming- sheathed his stainless sword and gave As the.procession passed the Metho- _reat success," &M said, and, lcomlyg e bl' g .u d.. i..s. l. s, r s, 2 No. A T -l -,- rtirs ps' ".e. to
) would swear that he (Tilton) to hiis -eornle a noble example of dist Church the children, composing -2ihusiastic, w promised to pay it. splendid citizenship the Sulday schools of all the differeat t l .of mJacsonvile as th rds followed and Tilton seemed While yet we have Le opportunity. !churches of the city, joined in the pro- dintsng the fist State fur was a We ,,,.,:' :. t : "mshohim i heslovd ndd o al ,e Mr. A. L. Woo0r bernk, t'. ,"liee .e .-l ,t "t-. o. f.-itmt an.-e .. S-P. "..te ""e.: il: T ovidn iu ."".
lose his temper entirely. He is said we should not fail o avail ourselves cession, marching 1u double rank, and, g tor f,;n. rorsc n ',V., ae wie-.i W. :-,, .:tt
have puUed Hemmingway who was of the privilege of meeting it them ani hearing bouquets and garanrds o e and oreassv, a, t ,i. At s,, .o s o i t
the smluer man, from his buggy so that we can catch some of their flowers, while on the sidectlks alon. of the fer r~wh that si'dof ':,. : (. -i c, .-. t and RIg gll i t. o., et ---
y t aknocken d ad c huffe -im around l spirit afd strike for the lofty heights reds -. nProcession w nthiend tQf uniasm n-c-to,-e to make aof a u *.iC.ilc ar': ti u a sl(ifj :r- o. .To lgalim e teo -
f tbystandrs seprrated them. Hem- of their integrity and- honor and pa-eir zens. m O. .: Oh- of sucheaithi g, -a th Tihe .Soutaeri Investment CGm~.n- rwhh the tn o exi"L
n -then" gof in his. buggy to triotism.- Lt not-hoh feel that itL Arriving at the .cenief tie a" h' _eakr fag ,f Jacksump onvels pwitg: '.9atdor.ile,..s.pinl-of iO- lthe. no. d t ,a n ,
e. Tilton was* in a rge and abus- incaabIe vithour love arid loy- tor was escorted' tof the platform. be. p- jA f I 000, ro ov. o d tn- of f
Aim all the while. As he sitAed at*' f r whole y and for -our nd which the veterans took their. subject to another, "she eeds O ct bl,tgs, ,;,y and sell stc.,;, d 2t ai. t. A of- t R ad
Stt places, while the Gua's -arcuhedt lg to, make her one of the l-g- ,io-row and loa. money. J o Statutes of Florida, in relaion to of-
"Frank, you must be a fool. :we cnersh and' lb, and regard 'als .the... .d the- gMer'. yP s .. t- ul'r'n--oat :n ti l t'. a ... as .a r
this Tilton again assaulted h:m, sacred the Stars and Bars which our graves of the dead heroes. 1 e t o- ithen willet ate t mro, n-th Te inte er -oty t3r1, f 0 1 *_ .1m
hI amingway shot him in the LmAers loved and defendedd so gal- dev. Mr. A. I Woodward opened the I believe she will get f some atti in The E. 0. Painter oerftliz o cal s ce t '
e.,ach. l ntly, and over which our motfhrs services with a very beautiful and imn- fhe near future,n and, when she des, _a., DeLan a capitn f o ial us rcr
Acoroner's jury was summoned Sun- sLitched and prayed, while their tears p)ressive !r'yer, alter vhich the cb"ir jnst watch her grow. .- $1.) 0 to manufacture, sell and local proft. Passed. -O
IAh morning and after hearing the tf-i for their loved ones who ha. sang a national song, and then tReturng to the quson ora ,n :. mport, buy and sifr- B. No. 7 To lealze cor-
ts in the case, returned a verdict of .fallen upon their shields, with their :'-autiful hymn, "Oh Paradise, Oh Par- tate Fair. your readers v.ill per-ha-s tir r:,.terials, and .,eal in oration of the town cf Mulberry, in
.ebtifhable homicide aces to the foe, or who were lghting tdisht." te gtad to know that the date seleottd xis lie ivc,.,rpor-a;tors are E. o. Polk county, Florida, and .to declare
On complaint of Edward Tilton, with all the chivalry and manhood during the singing of thi. hymn the -'r our fair will not conflict with ai;.-r, ia S ,oi n in: s he onanld onn l
Irother of the deceased, Hemmingway thae was in them for justice and right, senool children cnmie forward and s." continued Max. "I vs ,.r i, ,,e n own ofMuM- ry valid tn of fsl
Tih arrested and brought here by and for the glory of their country. strewed the graves With the lovely W-eshr at the ietig h,'d swm tim _.--__- .. own ato n kmefficts Aow t sssme)wer saio
X eriff Pearce, but he has since been And. though we may feel that it was towers which they hau brought for 1go in Savannah, and asked them G:r- Pp'urr. ,l, LARK'S LCT"I'R R.:
.tlease(d, no prosecution being urged all for tile best, as God doeth all the purpose, and then Mr. Perkins ticlarl not to ix a date n.tig ':- wil gve a id taes and to fix the vaat f !r
Tilton and Hemmingway were re- Lhngs well. we shall never believe, with a few well chosen words, intro- with Jacksonville's State Fair, and it "l!t--'- on i"i .n rty thereo, and to rcsri i ho ti
Slted. and both stood well in the com- anua no true man would have us be- duced Mr. Mays. wIn. dpPided to look out fo;r tht." P;:.y n:i'iaig war .ce:n ~ m" thE a fol r as ssssnaet and colo-c unity. Surprise is expressed by those slieve, that our brave fathers gave up Mr. Mays, the distinguished son of Jrst then somebody hailk'd him, e -,\r. 1 Alio. i.', .-s on 0 c1l.,n, Sm
vho knew T'ilton well at his action in their fortunes, their homes, their the grand old county of Jefferson, is teu'ped to shake hpenls and we as .'l ;... f ,r--t.o i N. :T e ,s n Cia4.nM:l n
the case. Hie was generally regarded as loved ones and their lives for a cause too well known in Leon county ah d the of a bevy of interested lis- ,' ill,:u.,,i,ons wii os' 0 the R,-.i. Stut s. of h e S::,t,
I entecl, wholesouled fellow and was which was wrong. We do not believe throughout the State to need any fur- tmners on Monroe street. Max is a le g,.- t.ken dii,.,ng t I lctuhe ,-s Il "ila. rclting to Poffi-,. ,i:t-c,
11t disl_,scd toward rowdyism at all. that might works right, nor shall we their introduction. His speech was ready talker and always has an audI- i," y,.,'s i-,,i.un<' i the far t(--r an, roniber. PasChd.
It is accounted for only through the ever acknowledge tnat the result of like the man, forceful and direct. He annc wherever he goes. ;nd l:i,. la r '.sls to A1 1)rm. d.
S act that he ilew into a passion and ihe great war detractedone jot or tit- did not go into a discussion of the Ne::ry -.,j d-::;:i',',.g ;tcr-opui( ;> id) ..., A'PI;, -
i't connlete control of himself. 'tle erom the rights of mankind, or merits of the "lost cause," but coi- Apiril Shlrvers. vt ,'. \ill I;I l iv<,i. (i.)::.h1i, ing 'vt' 'i' h: Ilouse r,-et ;l) i'-:i' t d) *,Jtri.?li-
The anair is deeply deplored by from the glory of the immortal deeds fined himself to praising the brave Vas; yi-. thie fi:h mu Ird -:u(i. it:;t .i.,nii : .i-iiS" ;ild msi:So *nesl. The( Si'ahT'"" in the (.I:'!r. Th,
weryhoey, I of those whose names we bear. But- women of the South, whose patriotism h -,c -inlwlitv.,! |we.are re.idy to grant to Union and during the war did so much to help hi lik,- lifMl-r 1l,'.,Is s:i,:-'i;,:;';.i ,x ;;.;-,'i:,"s Of .ih "'L.-,V:i'I":.l-I"S C' ...... i .. s:
CORLEY-WILLIAMS Confederate veterans alike equal hon- and encourage the Southern armies to pt .i ftim ihr l,,,,t! i;:.iirit t, ih.i' l;.;v *Id lau;l. M-. S':); ,i':., Y-:s:.- rA,;.;u Andor
9 a esty and equal loyalty in the separate continue the unequal struggle, and ,,,.en ,!.;i,) u,-i',., ;Iri-,-,sn x!. :, .-.--. -- .. ,n. 'si ;;l:'ix. i-. !tov:'' ;;u'o).:'u-d
On Tu d.-ty, April 3, 1901, at 8:30, causes for which botu suffered an, whcse love since surrender has (lone s;) bitei lsi:s lan'rt lihi: Ii'f' iP.rr:.Oti'tlidi a' ,' ( ,. .l, Ai ,(I.A :.'i;.Ni2 S. S.!'r:; ,!; li -r. ', 'h, ,;,**..;. r",^;s,, ('r-,w-
'0clock, ;".ir. Eartley Corley and Miss Ght and lied. They are American mucn'h to perpetuate the memory of the i-erl'ai, 4'oiist;l;:t c(', fine.&tert 1" ii'itrf' Ce',: I; .':"-t .!,-iii.;:,;"'-; asIs r.,>-? th1 fO.ll- f's. Co; i,;';,-i~i.;ru I i'j: :.
Maudc \ iiliams were p carried at the lg an d w it d o e r e A in n c on Ic 1. <;id ,h ,': he{, .Itn,, ;...; ,-:Y! ->rpL-
L aee'r H-ca. The words that mtdel common interests, common unity and lie dHm- ntt forget to address the vet- Aitoiers, It u--k. fi;..s, t ;ih(--'r..e l a '. .1. \'i',g;t of Ari.(. to b-- co" ."':. (..:, .',,, f, i;s ) a'
common loyalty places the names of crans standing in ligi ne lcsid him. bhut -,, bp - thorni h".:;'_d and wife were impres- }its national heroes side by side in the with a burst of eloquence procl:timdri It,;, <-s ;li h l.,.- ri,-h,, s.,,..-, v-ta';t.. .1. "l. l;:!',,)-k i:' !",)rl Ogie:., ) b.s *.Th. :';:,"'. ,' i\;: ;,r i'u,-:-:'... <' :., ish ot
niely si)okcn'by Rev. -J. Anderson. D. !temple of fame, ana points with na- them to be the survivors of 4ha g'anfi- ili ir. i'. t< pie :!!'i usl ia'!.,4;s '1' '-a: -"a fic 'ii" :: t lgi!ad ..'. j or 'i |" P;!.-I-.
ii t'i v-. rcrable editor of the Flor- tionai. pride to the most glorious bat- est soldiery the world had ever ae-'n. u ri i ;'l 'I-, :i'-. t' v.i. .'. A -t.-:-:1 'i>, .,',^t. t dma Ciiistdan Advocate. i tleffle'ds wnich -_.e world has ever in a few brief words he slowed th". if .< iudsS r 1; ,';;i .' ,;,- <' '., ias :" :)tLr;lct 1. S ':-i.i "* ,-. .... -' ,': '
S T he i;'.' i-:.r hia Lc-2n artistically .nown. And irom those great ba-tlc- grandness of the Son'th, pro'licing, as !,i ; :i-";i:.'-l I (: ()! .' ,, !.; ,* ; .'" -, ; Z: ii ;.:.l
and ,idce-d"rtei,....c. dh-eorated for the in- fis, mlde acr wned wvith the blood of she has, such men -as W-ashingtan and i, ,,-,.-. ':.: *' < l '''' '' ':".I ; ) i ,. ,,-, ,,- ,.: ,',.. ;. '
teirs -':, (;(,-.ston wit. evergreens our heroes, let other countries take .Jefferson, the men who could( c anceive ,,,r *a, i 'si -,- !,y i';i|> ."- -)r :;- i .... :., 5:'; ;ii. ;,<" ';* "." :i; I .; ...... :". : -
St'g vin.s and ther-e was a warning. The s?-me stock that fought and carry on the Revolutionary strt, g- !- .'.rig.. r 1 i,;v...l. ". u sh, ;, *;):' iii .... I"','.i i(,., (' *, !. .
Prol,';. :: .f 1 -;coice roses. It was a then will fight again when our country gle; Le men and heroes of the late :,,-i:tV. t i "; ;'; :i.," .1\i' ;, ;.; l,;;,'i<: fur," i :::'." '-" I .. -." ";
; Pr' a'. '.-...',i-ig. Only the family c.,lls, sihou'hrr to shoulder, under one war, nnd since then the heroes of tAe --" :;. :-,,.;,. :'" :- i :'-' "" '"' ::-
an(l f. .-.: ii' were present, but lt.? an. writh one p)urpose, an invin- reconstruction period, who,| by their A -1'-.- "'' :' '.,
i t '",,. ;i -.' ; l C I '*'.J.y t h4t a ,t 'c i- (. ae" arm y o f r :!tr io t s o ld ie rs a ; in s t d e te rm in a tion, a n d b ra ye rs re f uis .ld o :( :,: ,r ,, :. -,- .:i) ,' ... ''
- Pa'' t .. ..... ve t wvith l to be t'pm* le' under roat! by th-r A n-'"y :-l, fas"n ":, ..' ,'... ''. "*i' .: :
"" (,.ltll. vent wit ll cly eo 'tn ')n Olol m v ..." : t;:. + ,'. ....

,-, By order of former slaves, and by standing fa' t for;. t1..- SothIL Car olina .:, v. s i I
." ,-:.,, v.-'ws elegantly attired in 1, isero Hindman, their rights as fre born aren, have d 'ce(d i ti liouse of ir pi.. nt :tis s;, ', '
a ':: )f Ilhit, organdie -trimmed Commandqr-in-Chief. snatched victory from defeat, until to- ,i rday. d, ;s *,.:.:; .. -
tha- :,:1:- lousseline embroidery and J. Elliott Riddell, uay they have m-ide their beloved g"o to press that tIe c.Wal'::4 to A. A\ "!'N.. s:m s, -:n: i '. : .
-+: : with gloves a.nd slipne.s Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff. Southland the grandest as well as one w.-om tne bill was rc,2: ;-d will .- m a .i :,n, at,.,-:, a ... ;: oh... I l.ii- .- L' ''.. .: 1' '.
to ia-t1l and carried a beautiful bou- of the most prosperous sections of ..,e :a fa:vorao-: le ir'o:'t up); it. T 1 I y. i : si t :;" ";: s 'C: i '' "'n.
uqnct. oi 'ridal ross. The groom i An Uncertain Disease. counLry. After Mr. May's speec., the was introduced by Mr. Vvall, of -.,... s'-"'- : C. F.. \.7n. ffth sir- o
-(Io;.d ve-.y handsome; and the re- There is no disease more uncertaiin n its ch5'ir sang, during whirh the collec- nfai. "", '. :.t; .:: :) o ,n ~.,arti':;t'-c --,
tPt-.. :1,_-.d a silence which bent-, nature than dyspepsia. Physicianssaythat tion was taken up. The fiptal hymn There is a vry strong l-,Ihy tiy ;' -'a: -..-ls, C> o aley. :le. ; -. ".
t. t.' ..' :-'n yet beautiful care- the symptoms of no two cases agree. It is was "God be witn you tin we meet to push the biil. The latter h"s i. .; ;,: ,.i.,,,: Teniole, Clarence t:"rre : :'' :: .. to o:. ,i "p.
M10: ', rc spoken clearly. After therefore most difficult to make a correct again," in which the entire audience i 'oiknng fur it all timing the p1're.t *j o:.;:"!. n:.;d A. 15. Hartsfield. "rvi the la.u- at, St.,, Ai'" ,'
fhic'h, after congratulations and well : diagnosis. No matter how severe, or under joined with much fervor. Rev. Mr. I session. .l:1. Referred to Committc on Coin.
,wishes weie said, tables for four were' whatdisguisedyspepsiaattacks you, Browns' t rovened. .hen pronounced the bene-1 The provisions of the bill have be n n-V INTO N-\V QUARTERS (Po an, Navigation.
laid and delicious refreshments of ronBitters will cure it. Invaluable in all diction. vept very carefully guarded from tie MOED Ii'r W hAR his By Mr. Gunn: H. B. No. 27;: For tie
alad, strawberries, cake and ice e ftht d b The Guards fired three volleys over general public. The supporters of t Dr. ilrt Williams has moved his
.ir Iron Biter isRefe to Committee on badance and
']I courses by two charming young and the crowds silently dispersed, the- law will produce one million dl- buitoling, onthe old Lively stand. Taxatne -
es, Miss Mary Williams and Miss CREAM PARLO. while the band struck up the soul-stir- lars net per annum, and it is proposed 'The latter building has been over- By Mr. Zewadskl H- B N .
Genie Russell. In the St. James Hotel building Ed- ring strains of "Dixie.' to utilize this immense sum tow hauled, reodled, etc and is now one pteci and enlarge the wer of
A number of beautiful and valuable i win F. Duke has established what a We cannot close without speaking the construction of good royals half th rettiestbusiness houses in thethe city council of Ccaa in elation t
)resents were sent in by friends here great. many Tallahasseeans have long of the floral decorations, which, as throughout the State. I iit D illiae s wi be gla1 toh licenses and taxes upon anpr and all
nid at a distance, among them a wished for-an ice cream parlor, where usual, were beautiful beyond descrip- There is no question of the necs- meet al his old patrons at the new business carried on or managed n said
hime clock by the Leeburg Lodge gentlemen and ladies may call and tio. Many lovely wreaths were hung sity for and value of good roads. Thy me al ol ro city. Referred to Committ on City
nights of Pythias, were much ad enjoy a plate of cream or any of the on the trees in the grounds, commem- alone would save thousands, perhs stand" and County Organization.
Mired. cool, refreshing summer beverages orative of some loved one, or some millions, of dollars to the farmers ,fj By Mr. Anderson: H. M. N. 78: To
The bride ip ,n, nf Tu,..,o most without being elbowed by an obnox- especially prominent officer or private this State, but the question of cost h is Quite an audience wns present at the Congress relative to a lighouse at

3.:ABLAu1u TIEDj1881*
T. I~CE, P ublsishur ands Proprietor.i

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A 17


00U0Dy court house, and building a
owny7 road upon the island of Key
West. Passed.
H. B. No. 17: To protect. sheep from
40oM. and to .provide for the collection
V 'damages by the owner of sheep
Iflled or injured by dogs from the
owner of said dogs. Passed.
H. kB. No. 174: Prescribing a defense
ffor killing and injuring a dog. Passed. I
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
Iment The President in the chair. 'he
Following Senators answered to their
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams,Blitch,
Broome, Butler, Carson, Cottrell,
'Crews, Crill, Denham, Harris, Kirk,
Law, Miller, Myers, McCaskill, Mc-
,Creary. MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien,
.Palmer, Peacock, Rogers, Rouse, Whid-
,den, Wilson of 7th, Wadsworth and
Mr. IAw presented a memorial from
the Hillsborough County Bar Associa-
tion asking that a Constitutional
:amendment be passed and such other
means carried into effect as may be
proper and necessary for the relief of
the Supreme Court.
Also for "the early passage of an
amendment to the Constitution of th's
State, authorizing an increase in the
salary of the several Circuit Judges
f this State."
By Mr. Palmer of 14th: S. B. No.
465: Fixing and regulating the time
for holding the terms of the Circuit
Court in and for the'Third Judicial
-Circuit of the State of Florida, in and
for the county of Columbia. Referred
to Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Crill: S. B. No. 166: To
amend Sections 2218, 2219, Z223 and
2225, of the Revised Statutes of Flor-
ida, relative to insurance and surety
.companies. Referred to Coirmittee on
-By Mr. Blitch: S. B. No. 167: To
Regulate the sale of pistol cartridges.
iieferred to Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Harris: S. B. No. 168: To
amend Section 1 of Chapter 4493, Laws
of Florida, entitled "an act supple-
mentary to an act entitled an act to
establish the municipality of Key
aund prescribe its jurisdiction and pow-
ers," approved May 16, 1889, and to
extend the powers of said municipal-
uy. Referred to Committee on City
i.nd County Organization.
By Mr. Law: S. B. No. 169: For the
appontnment of Assistant State Attor-
une's, their powers and duties and their
conimpensation for such services. Re-
ferred to Committee or.-Judiciary.
By Mr. Palmer of 11th: S. B. No.
170): In relation to the examination
and licensing of pilots by Pilot Comn-
wnissioners. Referred to Committee on
*Commerce and Navigation.
Com. Sub. for Senate Bill No. 86: To
pr!,scribe what shall be deemed a law-
ful fence in part of townships 4. and
S44, ranges 20 and 28, and to exempt
said territory from the provisions of
Sections 875, 876, and 878 of the Re-
vised Statutes of Florida. Rul s
.waived and passed.

The house met pursuant to adjourn-S
ment The Speaker in the chair. The
ohllowinj members answered to their
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
son, Bates, Blair, Blanton, Brown,
Broward, Buford, ]Burr, Chambers,

.An Honest

Tired Feeling

There is an "honest tired feel-
tAng," caused by necessary toil and
,cured by natural rest.
But very di:1'erent ia "that tired
,feeling," from which -so many corn-
'plain and which r::.y even be
,classed ars a i'.: .-:.
That tir', iccn,:d. tes yc' 1 to
.bed tired ._.1 ,. '':-: y-/x u. '.d.
You L.: D. no a:h-vetite, ,:ave l:.l-
rious taz;te, ( -II 1.:.'. .. L r n. rer-
vous and irritable, blue, wtik .(:d(I
In such conditions INood's Sarsa-
parilla does a world of good.

It begins in t
.the blood, purify
-ng vitality, the
:-elt by the stoi
.liver; appetite co
is removed na
.cease, IAat tired
:you feel like a B
This has been
It will be you


Sold oy all dr
by C. I. Hood &


the right place-in
ying it and impart-
n its tonic effect is
mach, kidneys and
mnas laa-slr all wasWCO

Cai ;Iaffive

An mot reommead lPitt.' Csi.
ulnative No strongly. I so" say,
l owe my baby's fife inb
I weaviony ask anmU mbers -wh F
bav, sickly or delicwateehwree jeNo
to try ambottle maed s wbat do
wosal will be. Respectluly,

Peasaloa s aulo,

Close, Crawford, Corbett, Davidson,
Dowden, Duckworth, Fulton, Gillen,
Godfrey, Gornto, Griggs, Grant, Gunn,
Hendry, Hopkins, Jackson, Jacoby,
Johnson, Jones, Koonce, l'Engle,
McGiffin, McRae of Putnam, Osteen,
Parrish of Holmes, Parrish of Mana-
tee Pinholster, Raney, Raulerson, ReJ-
ding, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of Col-
umbia, Russell, Shomaker, Sledge,
Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, Umstead,
Wall, Whaley, Williamson, Wolfe and
By Mr. Rivers of Columbia: H. B.
No 279: To amend Section 1 of an act
entitled an act to prevent the cutting
or removing of any timber from lands

-A is it.. t wealitr ofut -nmieii-r I ;p
prtac-lhin;. Ii -4 | p4wr '%ill conis;rianl
geep lts.r U 1114readers T.-ethlna, *' rem
-*. -i w .il.h. wlhne kniowl. ihs u in^
v Iei iH| l e.tiel I t) ireve:it antdcl c. iIi-er.a- lei. etiet.. oit warn wtatittr uponi sull
.l,,i dren,. ;usid i is .ht all ii'. >-l
eis for h!is 'iiiias.nii ty will lki'-p ti e0
-lild'r.n in l-alltihy c,,oistioni ls' in*.
i, Sr it en t.' oii'v 25 c.'-u' a ilu1 gs-t -:
F 111 .'I l5 cef',i,. ii> ) J. d0!r4't, :A D..
iSt Louis .\,.
heretofore or thr.t may hereafter be
sold for taxes, tb same being Chapter
1-61. Lawvs of F.orida, approved June
1, 18')5. Refer:cd to Committee oin
By Mr. L'Engle: II. B. No. 280: To
inen d S.rctiot.s 2:218. 2219. 2-2.3 and
'225, of the :.eviiFd Statutes of Flor-
ida relating to insurance: and surety
.:::;,,n-s. IRe'erred t;0 CormittL t
jn F;:.;nce aid Ta::ation.
ly Mr. \,V'iFiamnEU: 1l. 1. No. 281:
in r!a on to ;:aid taxes duc the city
A Sure Thing tor 'ou.
.\ 'i I,'5 ,,., 5 m, i' ,- i ,i 5 ; 's < ;'l '
It i ,;ia i- t: X' ; ,;. :." ;. -i k
", .i|; l' t0 ll'l i. i' i ': 'i lt,. .- '*
a l t *A **t *v

-)f West-Tampa for the years 1895,
1896, 1897, 1898, 1859 and 100, validat-
ing the'ass.ssments and levies for said
years, and providing for the collection
-f unpaid taxes for said years. Re-
ferred to Committee on Finance and
By Mr. Redding: H. B. No. 282: To
require separate assessments of the
property of white and colored taxpay-
ers to requi-e separate returns of all
taxes paid by the same, and to require
the Comptroller to exhibit the same in
his report. Referred to Committtee on
Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. McGiffin: H. B. No. 283: To
amend Sections 1 and 2 of an act en-
titled an act prohibiting the granting
by municipalities of franchises or
rights to use certain streets for certain
purposes for any term exceeding thirty
years, or without reserving the right
at and after the expiration of such
term to purchase property used under
such franchise or right, approved June
1, 1899. Referred to Committee on
By Mr. McRae of Putnam: H. B. No.
284: To restrict the sale of certain
drugs, and to prescribe the penalty for
violation of the same. Referred to
Committee on Public Health.
By Mr. Russell: H. B. No. 285: To
amend Seceion I of Chapter 4493, Laws
of Florida, entitled an act supplement-
ary to an act to establish the munici-
pality of Key West, provide for its
government and prescribe its jurisdic-
tion and powers, approved May 16,
1899, and to extend the powers of said
municipality. Referred to Committee
on City and County Organization.

nut, n -,u ,,,,.r H. B. No. 118: For the prevention of
turally, headaches cruelty to children and animals, and to
feeling departs and rescue children from immoral sur-
iew person. roundings. Passed.
n the experience of H. B. No. 95: To amend Section 2 of
Chapter 4680 of the acts of 1899, the
same being an act entitled an act to
rs if you take provide for County Adoptions of Uni-
formity of Text Books in the Public
IV S Free Schools of this State. Passed.
od s H. B. No. 44: To repeal Section 2053
of the Revised Statutes relative to es-
p ri laf trays. Passed.
rillH. B. No. 34: To amend Sections
p ar- 37 and 57 of:Chapter 1869, being an
ggists. Prepared act entitled an act to abolish the pres-
oll Mass. ent municipal government of the city
owel of Lakeland; in the county of Polk,
and State of Florida, and to establish
organize and to constitute a munici-
d o l pality to be known and designated as
Lakeland, and to define its territorial
.Bboundary and to provide for its juris-
Sdiction, powers and privileges. Passed.
H. B. No. 130: For the protection of
1-d 0 Live stock from beasts of prey. Passed.

tion 2636 of Article 14, Chepter 7, of
the Revised Statutes of the State of
Florida, relating to the selling of
liquors in counties or precincts voting
against such sales. Passed.
Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
The President in the chair. The fol-
lowing Senators answered to their
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams, Blitch,
Broome, Butler, Carson, Cottrell,
Crews Crill, Denham, Harris, Kirk,
Law, Myers, McCaskill, McCreary,
MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien, Palmer of
14th, Peacock, Rogers, Rouse, Whid-
den, Sams, Wilson of 7th, Wadsworth
and Williams-28.

By Mr. Whidden: S. B. No. 171: To
extend the time .for the building and
completion of the South American and
International Railroad. Referred to
Committee on Railroads.
By Mr. Adams: S. B. No. 172: To t
amend Section 2588, Revised Statutes
of Florida, in regard to voluntary es-
cape by an officer. Refered to Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
S. B. No. 173: To amend Section 591
of the Revised Statutes of Florida, re-
lating to the issue of bonds by coun-
ties. Referred to' Committee on City
and County Organization.
By Mr. Law: S. B. No. 174: To
amend Sections 1 and 2 of an act en-
titled an act prohibiting the granting
by municipalities of franchises or
lights to use streets for certain pur-
poses for any term exceeding thirty
years, or without reserving the right
at and after the expiration of such
term to purchase property used under
such franchise or right, approved June
2, 18t99. Referred to the Committee
on City and County Organization,
By Mr. Palmer of 14th: S. B. No.
176: Fixing the time for holding the
terms of the Circuit Court in and for
the Third Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida. The rules waived and bill
By Mr. Adams: S. Joint R. No. 177:
To amend Section 12 of the Declaration
of Rights of the Constitution of the
State of Florida. Referred to Com-
mittee on Constitutional Amendment.
By Mr. Rogers: S. B. No. 178: To
*ippropriatc $2500 to aid the Florida
State Fair Association in making a
display of agricultural resources of
,he State at the State Fair to be held
:n Jacksonville in November. 1901. and
;o provide for the payment thereof.Re-
'.ered to Committee on Appropria-
j,y 1!r. McCreary: S. B. No. 179: To
.ro0ide for thse certification of teachers
,o provide reqi-ire:c;l s f:)r the vani-
:ms grades of certir,'atxs. and to pron-
.de for th- relief of ag'd teachers.
fiefr-rcd to Co -mitto" on Education.
S. B. No. 1'-: To authorizee the Su-
)rime' Co'.rt of Florid:a to .lect com-
:nissioners to assist the court in the
performance e of its duties, ard pre-
scribing the duties of such commis-
.;ioners, and providing for their com-
e;nsat'on. Passed.
S. B. No. 70: To provide annuities
'or disabled soldiers and sailors, and
vives of decease-d soldiers and sailors
.)f the State of Florida. Passed.
SH. M. No. 72: Praying that t le -
lution or Memorial to Congress shall
be passed protesting against transfer
if Tortugas group of islands from cus-
.ody of the United States TreasurPDe-
-fartment as Quarantine Station to the
United States Navy Department.
S. B. No. 112: Declaring the town of
Montbrook, in the county of Levy,
State of Florida, to be a legally incor-
porated town. Passed.
H. B. No. 76: To prohibit shooting
at or into dwelling houses or steam-
boats, and to provide punishment for
the same. Passed.
S. B. No. 101: Relating to the limit-
ation of the hours of daily service of
laborers and mechanics employed upon
the puuic works of the State or Flor-
;an. P~d the municipalities thereof.
S. B. No. 144: To authorize the offi-
cers of corporations to execute bonds
in court proceedings. Passed.-
S. B. No. 114: To extend the time for
the completion of the Carrabelle, Tal-
'ahassee and Georgia Railroad, and to
preserve and continue the grant of
lands heretofore made to aid in its
construction. Passed.
H. B. No. 68: To provide for the ad-
missirin Iu evidence of parties con-
.'i .i< of **rime and providing for the
admission of evidence effecting
,. -." .dibiuity of such witnesses.
H B. No. 100: To provide for the
appointment and compensation of
stenographers of the Circuit Court.
H. B. No. 17: To make valid certain
instruments defectively acknowledged,
and to make the record of the same
notice to all persons. Passed.
H. B. No. 80: To amend Section 1259
of the Revised Statutes of the State of
Florida, relating to the territorial pow-
ers of constables. Passed.
S. B. No. 151: To amend Sections 256
and 257 of the Revised Statutes rela-
tive to school holidays and lost time,

and to prescribe a school vacation.
S. B. No. 141: Prescribing the mode
of conveying lands granted to or held
by the State for educational purposes
amn confirming and validating convey-
ances of such lands heretofore made.
S. B. No. 111: To provide for the
cancellation of all tax sale certificates
or tax deeds issued to the State or any
county for unpaid taxes assessed on

Hall's (r#mit lbi~esiery.
s:) I mb Il.- of Itl'dicG e.1 itI
co~wry cur-,- al kWdn-y ai.'d hls adil,.r
tiatiblsi s, reniove4 gia-~el, cur: sdiallpie;
*'-ni nal s-miss wn,4s. woa'k an 1 1! 11114

- I



v'dirg for the prymni (of Oit-:'ney's
fLs ;Indl double d('s or ii k;;i-
,.ng o0r injury of domv'stic liv' stocl.
*uidr c(-irtan co ditiors: by the (-R)nT-
"aneies refusing or negc',-ting to fnce
;heir roads as requii-rd l;y Ciha)ter
,00.; Laws of Florida. a .'sod.
A djonrned.
The House met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to tneir
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
-.on, Bates, Blanton, Brown, Broward,
3uford, Burr, Chambers, (lose, Craw-
ford, Davidson, Dowden, Duckworth,
Fulton, Godfrey, Gornto, Griggs,
Grant, dunn, Hendry, Hopkins, Jack-
,son, Jacoby, Johnson, Jones, Koonce,
uee, L'Engle, McElroy, McGiffin, Mc-
"Aae of Pasco, McRae of Putnam, Os-
teen, Palmer, Parrish of Holmes, Par-
rish of Manatee, Pinholster, Raney,
1iaulerson, Redding, Rivers of Ala-
chua, Rivers of Columbia, Russell,
Shomaker, Sledge, Smith, Sparkman,
i homas, Umstead, Wall, Whaley, Wil-
liamson, Wolfe and Zewadski-57.
By Mr. Amos: H. R. No. 28: That
when the House adjourns to-morrow it
adjourns until Monday morning at a
o'clock. Adopted.
Mr. Umstead of Suwannee offered a
petition from .he-town council of Live
Oak, Fla., against extending the char-
ter and land grants of the Tallahassee
and Southeastern R. R.
By Mr. Buford: H. B. No. 286: To
amend Chapter 4794 of the Laws of
Florida, approved May 22, 1899, the
same being an act to prohibit the
catching and tatang of Ash from the
fresh water streams and lakes of Cal-
houn county, State of Florida, in the
months of April and May of each year.
Referred to Committee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Hendry: A. B. No. 287: To
extend the time for the building and
compieL.on of the Soutn American and

Pretty -


We have three children. Before the
birth of the last one my wife usel four bot-
tl:s of MO MIER'S FRIEND. If you had the
pictures of our children, you could see at
a g ance that the L st one
Is te-lthiest, prettiest and
fl!cst-:ookingoftIem all.
ky w'ife tLiLks Mother's
Friend is the greatest
anI grandest -
remedy in the t -
world for expect- -
ant mothers."- i
Written by a Ken- \
tucky Attorney-at i


reverts nin.--:;rths of the
Fii r-i sj r;ls' la i.iillnt !o chilu-
Sl. .

International Railroad. Referred to cat on o: Judges. Referred to
Comm tee or Railro-ds. matee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Palmer: H. B. No. 288. To H. B. No. 2W0: 1To exempt from
appropriate $2,500 to aid the Florida ation property of the rotestant
State Fair Association in making a copal church in the missionary
display oi the agricultural resources of diction of South Floriua, which.l
the bate at the Staue Fair to De held voted to schools or education Co
in Jacksonville in November, 1901, and poe oniy. Referred toCo
to provide for the payment thereof, on Finance and Taxation.
.1efered to Committee on Agriculture.-: By Mr. Umstead: H. Join &. No.
H. B. No. lb.: -o amena Section r roposing an amendment of Seet
970 of the ,.evised Statutes of the State i0 o0 Article 12 of the Constitution

of Florida, relating to the disqualil-



real estate for any year prior to the,
year 1877, which are now held by the
State or any county. Passed.
S. B. No. 128: To legalize and incor-
porate the town of Jennings, in the
county of Hamilton, State of Florida,
and to declare the incorporation of the
town of Jennings valid and of full
force and effect Passed.
S. B. No. 118: To amend Sections
1 and 2 of Chapter 4383 of the Laws of
Florida, being an act fixing rule days,
and providing for the fixing of trial
terms in county Judges' Courts and
courts of Justices of the Peace, ap-
proved May 30, 1895. Passed.
S. B. ,No. 129: To establish and keep
in good repair hard public roads and
highways in DeSoto county in this
State; directing the Board of County
Commissioners of said county to levy
a special tax to pay for same; to pur-
case necessary tools, implements and
stocK to be used in working same; to
pay all expenses of same, and declar-
ing all roads inside said county here-
tofore established according to law' to
.e public roads. Passed.
S. B. No. 136: To authorize the city
oi Jacksonville to levy a special tax
for the support of .ae free public lib-
rary, and to authorize said city to pn-
ter into an obligation ior the support
thecreof. Passed.
H. B. No. 11: To repeal Section 10
of an act entitled an act to require
railroads in the State of Florida to
fence their -tracks, to provide for the
time and manner in which fvnce shall
be constructed, and to provide a pen-
alty for failure so to do and to pIro-
vide the measure of damages for cat-
tle killed or injured by trains or en-
gines on railroads not fenced, and pro-
Between the ages of fifteen and
forty-five, the time when womanhood
begins and motherhood ends, it: is
estimated that the aggregate termn of
woman's suffering is ten years. Ten
years out of thirty! One third of the
best part of a woman's life sacrificed!
Think of the enormous loss of time!
But time is not all that is lost. Those
years of suffering steal the bloom
from the cheeks, the brightness from
the eyes, the fairness from the form.
They write their record in many a
crease and wrinkle. What a boon
then to woman is Dr. Pic-rce's Fovor-
ite Prescription. It promotes perfect
regularity, dries .up debilitating
drains. heals ulceration. cures fe-
male weakness, and establishes the
delicate womanly organs in vig)ro::s
':umd permanent health. No o'iter
monvcin. rcan do for woman what :;
:lone i.y Dr. Pierce's ravc.'ite Pro'-

,,imilating fthe FoWdardReg tia-
t in1g tLhe S 176 a c bsa- ndBoM~e 1 ao

romote s Djggon.pCiterl'il-~
(less anldRest.Corltains nciulcr
Opiuui,N~orplinie inor I6iaeral.



Apcrrect Rmcm-dy rrcipl
tib, sour stoaiiL,D:3rEU., 4
Worms ,sccnvub~3, r. vcii 3h-
I acs al diLO0SS C."r LL2,Z




It takes keen common sense,
added to superior judgment and
experience, to be superintendent of
a railroad. Such a man never re-
commends anything that he has not
himself subjected to crucial test.
A prominent railroad sunri.te.4-
ant, living at Savannah, Ga., In
which city he was born, says he
feels better than he ever did, and
he had the worst Iase of dyspepsia
on record. He haid no appetite, and
the little he ate diagreed with him,
causing him to omit often. He
had pains in the head, breast and

stomach, but
tles of P. P. P.
man.' He says
could live forever
getP.P.P. His
on application
proprietors of thii
Dyspepsia in
and permoineitli
Debility and lad
the use of P. P. P
ills are eradicate
by P. P. P., as ar
table compound,

(C.'n~iiued o'i 3d Pagt)

SorTfTnanU and Children.

The Kind You Hayve

I Always Bought



l nd

You Have


using three bot-
felt like a new I
.the feels that he t
he could always
me will be given
Lippman Brothers, the
great remedy.
Small its forms is promptly



cured by P. P. P. ;General
of energy give place to vim and ambition through
Blood Poison an4 all its itcide"+al and hereditary
L by P. P. P. Rhe"wuatism is conquered and banishW
also Catarrh and Vl-lria P. P.P. is a purely vege
which has steadily grown in favor for years.
)THERS STO' Savannah. Ga.

e, Hardware,


full line of C..ik Stoves. Riliges -tall td-awrs. A full tIMeOOf q-i; m
rial, both -teel atnd Iroai. A ruii tone ofit eia a Fittinigi. co i-stI.4
Pipe FiLoaI~gs j. In or-c, Irespiri'nr-m, Whi-ttle, SLeA'n 4 ua;'Isl.1ii~.1ii I II
Val1ves. Also a liuli ue of It aisier aaol L ,ti -r B -lt~ta l, Li tL',,i
LI'M~ksI an-i S~.,amn P t.~iii'. A. full lia.i of Iifr I eia -1.11I ltr ,: *
ibrard iGhLELano.)j ~.~ 'sne AM-;, all :bIz-.i.Ciii on.


- -- mom

L JL %j JL i







204 1901.









Kell. 'RC*- out h.MX. E. H. Mabry. ltse.

prayer letinWefOu~ t :1P
WIFi.FYAN Y.FTaO11TCHU'Cit. J. B. Watt',,
tos4r ill ('1Iatrirt) ira'bing at the old s'enai-
i ry eV.-r) third Ak'ldtf i~at 11 a m mad 7:31U)

Vn rai-r-mtl~iutz every Thur-day aiight-
3(j .t-%._ll1Lectig Sunday night, 7:300o'C'cl k.
*pftESDY jTt;tIAN CHIURCH, Rev. S. L. McCarty,
m~t~r.-'ra~--6 will be hi-d r.'g..hrij- ever.%
Sria tI1*11 A A. aind ;f~lP.M. Ni. ts are
frqswi ICj1iiltihe Cerdia ly invited touat-
jetil!Weqi .-42V.7':30 M. N.Union Cbrigi-
tUd Fl Endt' or M, Nev"Iing.3:30 1P. N.,.sunday.
Bail'Ti.-T 'l 1ti~t''.-%.- M- I'ri.'.-enfic
p !ttt. 'll.etchiiaag at ii a. m~. and 7 p. Tn.
.'s .-uttdatV School at .0 a. mn.
prayer Ni.-t-tilig Wed'wdai.''I)7 P. M. A corijal
IfelcOWllk 'I'"S 'iI'dto 311-
,T* J()ltS5 EPISCOPAL CnuL'cII. Dr. W. H.
*-roPastor'. Services:14:Iruathing every
8"dit- I M.; 7:aloP. M. lFridtte3 evening .4er-
flowsitt-.:a' P. M. Suiiday School at t' A. Mi.
~'* Sr~~it Iigh le a'sb andtL hum at 9 A. M-
I aitte I.. N1. %46 th. uid'dk'-
014 Wo I t14 .NItie.a.4:4-A. 1-1.

prcb2t T+he T Lliat'Ei
tQf~ce .
;ir.1 ie.Vtii~Sutejrinltifheudet. Preach-
pr.e 1ia It. il"' ut'aiday night. class Met-
,nizThu~diY 119h- b. Fi. jitwsobl. P8stor.
DtIECTINO -"'Ihe 1BeardotIrc-
tors401' Lbratry Assitihiatitifl hold tteir
Motol s tte third Fi~rdany evening of each
' ujnt:. t; tP~. "i. at the libritry.
Thosu- %%itozire- interested in Christain Scd.
ene.e wils iw welcoes'tltd at the r('ideni4-ce of Mr.-
W. [.wu,% &whc-re thet' aer% t h swili be held]
Sundw. ti uIt :31) a~i..%'4*euaaesdays at 7:o) p.m.
1. 0. 0 F
i teirtiliar nietiligs of LOON L( Doz No.
it~, i,: -ver) 'iue-'day tivienina, at their
fjo Ige 10yml. tt t8 VCiock. All un t; ierb in
~ tare itivite.d to Attenti.
w. 1D. W I ziON I N. G.
i.L. &C01.1 INSh, S.
v %: i i 'i.-lit gullar ievtairgs .-1 AT!-
.41'~ c ~:i'dNioNz. Z.are' held ti -t. aS
AL -'A''ul v oti. wl6 q$ t;t~iitk. j I P aw-n
~r~~ ,dtn-'tire sinvite(* to ijrd:
'%VI CM. -'-j N I t S .S t .P
v;'y enuimigcof each :xx0I41

i P \'* I~ .~ij., rnetsev-I-r
r S -- ~ I s 4 N A vid i l
i iti t t1-11d. .

Ii'' '. -I *.s LI ~: -r Cn tC.


ft~* .1,- m 'rl ,.tO 1 Iiird No: 1D..
Sic- f-i-rt 1IfIrv

-ongres in rgarlto thefurthe im-

(Continued from Second Pay ) congress in regard to the further im- p
the State of Florida Refered to' provement of the,Chattahoochee, Flint
Committee on Constitutional Amend- and Apalachiola Bay. Passed. i to the
H." Ji. No. 39: memorial to the
ments. BILLS PASSED. Congress o- the United States asking t
S. B. No. 19: To provide for the for a survey and the dredging anu t
construction and maintenance of deepening of the Upper Manatee itiver, n
construction and maintenance of vatee county, Florida. Passed. s
drains by the severalcounties of the Con Matee Sub. for S. B. No. 177: To Passed.
State of Florida, and to.provide for as- Comn Sub. for S. B. No. 177: To
sessments of the costs thereof against amend Sec,.on 2169 of Article 3, Sub- s
the property beneftote tereby against Chapter i, Title 3, Part 4, of the Re- S
the property benefitted thereby, and ised Statutes of the State of Florida,
fur.aer to provide for the collec ion I vised Statuts of the State of Florida, S
andef to lregel a f h asssments, Iregulating the capital stock of bank- p
and enforcement of such assessments, I gd
and to legalize all contracts for drains S. B. No. 140: Requiring teachers' ,
whica may have been entered into, and summer schools and making appropri-
assessments made therefore, made by aatious therefore. Passed.
... S. B. No. 110: 'to prescribe the time
For Over fiftVi Yiar, for the qualification of electors for all r
Mra. Winslow'-* Soothing Syrup i Florida. Passed.
,'en used for evr fifty vtars liv :;il I H. Judiciary com. Substitute for e
innq of mothers fl r t hfiri'hiil'ren 'whi h. B. No. 113: To amend Sectioi 2t;04 i
teething. with kprfe-i the child, -oftt-ns% trh nmns. allays -0 o. Florida, relating to .igawy. Passed. i
pain, cures wi:il coli., a,,d i-. the L es,' Adjourned. !
r*me-ly for *iiarrhwca. It will rliev, HOITS_.. APRIL 25.
the poor little sulTfrer im,.i.i,-h The House met pursuant to adjourn-
Aold by drug;gists in ve-ry ;,:irt f tht ment. tie Speaker in the chair. The
-vorld. Twenty-five cents a ,,ottle. ,' fol wing members answered o their
ure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth names:
ing Syrup," and take no other kind. Mr.. Speaker, Messrs. Anderson,
Bates, Blanton, Brown, iBaward. Bu-
the County Commissioners of any ford, Burr, Chambers. Clarke. Close,
county in the State of r orida, under Crawford, Davidson, Davis, Dowden.
Chapter 4807 of the Laws of Florida. Duckworth, Fulton. Gillen, Godfrey,
SPassed. Gornto, Griggs, Grant. Gunn, Hendry,
H. Joint R. No. 199: Proposing an Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby,
amendment to Section 6, Article 8, of ,oi iison, Jones, Lee. Mctroy. McGif-
the Constitution-of the State of Flor- fin, McRae of Pasco, McRae of Man-
ida. Passed. a.ep, Osteen, Palmer, Parrish of
H. B. No. 13: Providing for arrests Holmes Parrish of Manatee, Pinhoi-
without warrants. Passd.187: Prohibiting certain ster, R-ney, Raulerson, Redding, Riv-
S B. No. 187: Prohibiting certain ers of Alachua, Rivers ot Columbia,
unnatural practices and prescribing a Russell, Shomaker, Sledge. Sparkman.
penalty therefore. Passed. I homas, Umstead, Wall, Whaley, Wil-
Adjourned. liamson. Wilson and Wolfe-5:.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn- By Mr. Brown: H. B. No. 292: To
ment. The President in the chair. The limit the powers of cities and towns
following Senators answered to their in levying, imposing and collecting oc-
naMr. Pesident Messrs. Adams. chupational or license taxes. Referred
Mr. Presien, Messrs. Adamhto the Committee on Judiciary.
. Broome. Cottrell, Crews, Dcnha:m. By Mr. Hunter: H. B. No. 2)1: To
Harris, Kirk, Law, Miller, Myer.s prohibit the issuing of permits or li-
"It is with a good deal of pleasure '(onses to sell spirituouls. vinous or
and satisfaction that I recommend nIaltd liquors within three nil -s of the
, Chamlerlain's Celic. Cholera and i)i- 1n ry li"E' of aniy ('Ony' in 'which



p-fcrv. N. M1. R' N,

Office over Capital City Bank.


1 .'pI'O(NEY AT LAW,


ra-';'te 1.94, University Maryland.
'. q,. Post Gra(luate 1893.
Sskell school Cbwago.

r.'- pr,-, -.rvation of Natural Teeth.
'.1 ~4 Cro)wris, Bridgework, and Metaa
Pl:t,,> ; Stecialtv. Gs; administered.

TLL.iS -E, ... -FrLOIDA.
Repairs all kinds of Househeld articles ol
everyday use. Trunks, Baias, Satchels, ..ocks
Ks, 'd..stui (. ina Pistolst. Ahotini r ut-
tA,. I'ntirlla.,' also Bicycles and Sewing MIa
chbi,-. Shop on Jefferson Street, near New
Qity lark,-i Work done on short notice.anc


Gent's Furnishing 00oos,

Monroe Street, opposite St. James
elect stock of Gent's Furnishings.
Full stock of Stationery,

Latest Lines of Readable Books,
SCHOOL BOOKS, Leading aga-
ziies, Periodicals and Daily Pa-
pers, always on hand.
Choice line of Cigars and Tobsooa

Iduorieis ag ii material men, anu i co
roviue for the summary collection of
Moneys due them for wages or mater-
als furnisi- Passed.
H. B. .,o. 179: To authorize sheriffs
o approve bonds of persons commit-
ed into their custody by committing
nagistraMes, and to fix their fee for the
ame. Passed. '
H. B. No. 50: To fix the fare for pas-
engers on all railroad trains in this
tate at three cents per mile, and to
provide penalties for its violation.
Adiourned until 9 a. m. Monday.
Lpril 29.

015ry etipeep-)s atoavte
n. rat 0i-'jI.ime of year to hi act up;
TAd. itr,' "v.r-,t le- i i.r"'s s-, m' t o. t
el. ft1ncp Ote. lov Os.liver tavd-t~IVkSi'.
MI rI'ia''4sqIthe I,, -] and s;Ject trt 1: t imo
U alp I' I:'. r ;rql e 'juh li.itli'.-4
Prive --W ecints. V'gh.& k '

She 11.1d not 81uazge'sted it, but it stoUnA--
ed iestiin:'ital to say so 11v was; at ;.11
She lo4ake,l at him -,I mbo''eut aniA 'i-
sworedl "Yes" quitef c i(thuai( tIPHr. EIvTti
IhItcIitt s.'iicla ., 'sifso ']I a alit1-
tel'feae; it ccouhld not lop i'd"NOittl1t:at tCA
W2,;. the 4-nd-that they 'Who 11:14ls.'en (
halmtpy v'oild forget it all and go in dif-
1Cfe-vat Wvays'!
hardly knt'e heauimv 011-e ve'. ci' 4I!
[lot WltUile v it hicr i- a~tl 1 '.11..", pill ,hi W v ?:0
glamiai4 was a t. tnu Lithre iva; ;;1it;I.
bac'k vf the glniiaariua'.-Si;he 'as swe't''i a;.-i
prieiIYtty itlhad 4.:.imly w4ay tanl.) g.E.
ta!4t'. :11141 la'-,;11(1- ,,, I vly .:d A
Bu~t shethadl :i.'1.iii )11* -a 'd
nua] alaf .:' the Imite vi mmV' lt. $1,:,<*-1' .u0'jp
t~ig a liiil'it--'t 'ii]i> ilt I a
satie uvv It-::-'4 c-A 11 *'W s.t Iti

Troets AMEsepOs
Mel Method Invriaby Ie LII

phints as W.IR as AU 'Dises
nd Weaknesse of Weui4.
In Dr. Ilauhm'ay's ma~
extensive p*Wct eeCO
ering a periscidof amore
titan 13~D yearsbe has been
tried iupon ptr.At all
manner of *Ise.Lcs of
men and v. onen and
along thle wbEole line of
imianIW ailments hie has
97-. been uflhlorvilly sue'
~. ~ ? Dr.llathawrjy' s auc-
;qk thod of trea~wutrnt ets
dir-etly at ttic seat of
Puritii ies -trtif!'. Src ~l lo
itov;tiic' ;t. IboIn tein alim!
the MWood. xi'iatra,_,:t' Vi. U)i~lS Whaich
ptroduice'the ds~~de': ~i
Y-arly lve rcttor-, to perfe.'i.
Treated. fr~'j ('atar'rii. Tlrok-ehiitis, As-
011 Iima l%!v FOVer, Jbing ('oinalalnt.% Stomnach
Liver ard lX~iizzwy T..'aev-. ,Pile's, Timor-.,(Can
cers, Eczm-na nd all In Utflc.- of sk1 'affeetions.
Dl)f.hathw:-av :il,; teats with
Diseases of tlic. 1gr-al t 't saee-i all those
Woraess ituny diZressint.r wtmec ssesand
diseases L~y which liSO rrl11y women ardietedc.
Electrical Dr. IVat!.away'soffil are fitted
with all the l-apt el ci'trcal and
ApplianCes, other appliances.'sin, he use- of
10lhttt. as well as thi !;ierowctope-. n -hats world-
wVidtt t:ltu" '-s a:J)*expert. All of th .medl~e s
1,y.'t oi r. H~aithaway are c'ompoui~ded In his
"Wi :i~i~atrirs. iner his !wn-fltni direction,
j4 -4 e!iet~earo prepare-d mreah In-
~ :i '.te: iorl~a to i ts eeurepareflt a
r~xaniritioo Dr. IT!at myvavh.i41-e, r
Fericbsof -s4'if-ex. min~clhn blanks
B~rI~S. :pprivrgto tis~ie~tdsnsi
~-s'ft: f-ee on iamylit'atiovs* No. 1, for
ti, '.:. for Wt'rne:xN'o. ?. for Skin Dls'asweF;
N' .foi- C4 t.-trrial lDis,'ases: No.5. for Kidneys.
I ri!it. '!hawiv ni:t.kris o!IOE'aigd)
f ~r con.3rbsltatliflin t'either his

* ~ J' Is.; .tNE.

-rhoiea R meni (ly." -ys ais i it A. uv, t;lt o ru0 i i. ) i-- i, -o- lill !ii :He F,' I:, :l.l ;1 go wit of 1' : r,:, it ..', !:*, ",, !
W. :Sarvtelle. of .etf !. Conn..... A hlim it d l by an electio1u heM4ld under Art- Inly cr, lom er, sfing thb :'- nedl 'l,, .... of *bo l lStite- (.. nltit i ion- .. \ !! .... if .. t'". t' -" .. -. \. -i :
pol for sile on v slow :<.., i. : it f d o m itt n lfln erte. of !a ., ;- !:. ': ,.: i ::: :i i .
to nme:'. re-,ly h l: ve ih:, nr. ,,i,, ,,r. Villi:m son: l. L. e* L. -.: d isi,,-;i. n :' i; : ...I .. -, it !
:x-c i ly e the palh p st imm r v,'hyl ", n e" t P'^ ti.i p :',e. of (hahapter 4698, s i,. t :;, i -, ,,! ... ., ,, : ,

it in 1e f1.ure. R er.iiy a -n 1:0 i sh l of pwi i,< :" a t.. to -t ., :.. I .-: -
int p c61npe inio >to ,e t o e )1 (' h- bl' igrelf"sn '* maorC 1, 1 1 : 2 t -- -:l th.>
,i ,t (ol k pair:-i .i w::t .', :2 k ;at) o "- I *tV -"s of L hi, oa-]-d Ie"--i-t'ed to .,, I. : : .. i .:,.
to the 'll .io r.o I :. .i .' o n 1V r y. V: i
t'ui5 p o"'.u v .'h'-h h-i'-ld, t- -i:, i .- )r 1-.: ,e : 1 p. .n No 0>. hin t I >. :. i ,. -1 :: i i ., ^ ; ., .. : ... : : :1 ., '- -
"N Y r. ae`Iial-1:1I-N1-,-: M' -: .*f. No.*7: pl
!-,i s t ltl he li t o n -. J i. iin : 1. -!" ,* *f' '! O .. : tb p* : *
i' e n te n ft ".... re r n. liy a ^ i .... :m : i... ... -
C ourt o... ."Du v .l "'uV ty.o .i -. R f; ;*ri r, d i ,r '. : ....... t o ft* ;e *. .on ',1 ,. \ :' ..'. w s, I t
!n ;: o lio-.i.l i an ;pr oprib i ",* : ..... ,, i. A .. l.

.t... m s, 'ieo rit and iof t Oi. n ;.,l-, 01 l t t .s le < n t N ,i; e t'nt'. ...e.-i' l rh I :! -- ; b ..... :- : n ',s ::-
7 ti o. s. RVef erred-,th a'-d l1V,'aI:-: -- si i ''ii t' on C om m erce a; d Navi- --'- .1,, ., J ;. -; -.. -i r -; s. .' 1v .*:
Bv Mr. MacW ils iams: S. .: sB. : r .o.n: he,. :, -. c i:. .- l-: '. ." N o ".' "A *d ): INo 7: .-* ,...
F r "o.e re i. of J. d o,.l i S. B. No : S o r t e l ; "t ..... i. : -.. '. th !";. :* :r p ;":l .
lices an se tntnograp ever in the "ire u Pis l o ieit oi m s and:' in e s oo-- e- i;>i ( :,:. n -..,, ..S ,.;:i .... :o (t T T k e : t h n ,.
(hCourt of \b luva.n ty ei.;i, ;fo. _-ue. c r ,:-e, of F l ...r:id:ia onm 'eafi.ed c o ('o iuimitt c P feat i .- ,., : '' t A.. '. : ;' ... i :'-
a is ii onof d oed eon!T. =1iI ;t .k

fer'd to Committee on Pu lHalth. Au ra topi e Com t. rio< ... du'cei : ,'to t, t- .w.i lr,;.,! '
By Mr. MaWilliams: S.- B. No. 18: To i.n tol: No. 29: To t. i,
limit the powers of cities rn.d 4ow as rin am nd .. ,-ction d of Chapter .. 7 L eaws A.! u a,. at io- it: .! :: ",,,i' I;;!,'. "Th n i :.< ",it :
levying imposing ar.tld coares oc- o ri h orida, entitled an act prescribing .1 w'er:t ::ry-ah:.t sco !.'i.. t* 'in a W!.: ('!n '':1' Ii t .ric:t, -:r ;trailed :i a
cupation or licensof taxes. Refr.. d to the method of obtaining permits to Jon R.'-No.titt -I t 1 .. . l... .. t
committee on City and County Organi- seel liquors wines and beer o in certaiteen Vlt iti e,11"';. T t, r. :a te 'i :-ns. f..a- ciih'."t. t-'-et" tro.-
za tion ases. rReferred to Com eem e r A ri tto. pttee on w ,as ui fipP. <- ,ua(fhik ,a :, t te '* I a l be. i r ui la : e -' :- hat-
By e Mer. SamsI : S. BPA No. 182: To es- th1.Temperance. cryin s.ooeul m f .'rl: :t''l, -t1i ; et tshcs t. (qe s r. -I.

Bt o provide for the better protection of S. B. No. 70: To provide annuities reckloens. s o'ur th f-r a, a pull r
life and health, to prevent the spreau for disabled soldiers and wives of de- t. '.l"l ,tik s ou 1'ia eC ">thr.l t1'.r from th ,...,s fd d
oflimit contagious diseases, ati d to relate d soldiers aond sailors of the State-, 'hws A! lt aft-r --it :t T.i-,l t';. ,. itl to tes .l
the p r actice of embalming and the care of Florida. Passed. 0 est iVAli-Ithwls-i4i.''. ra'ino. 1 T'k-":' i.1t'. tie '-'r i-

and disposition of the dead. Referred o- the3. No. 98: Authorizingpem anto re Not-w :r "TA. -' .V :..u-IIe t
to C fomittee on Public Health. nes rnig the Comptroller to duplicate Fuedsl.Pase. nt of' Fra t,.se f i 'n nee j
amend action 5 of Chapter 4747, Laws or destroyed before coming to the id. prot'tt'.I --t-,' is if or" Tl An ru :ni. <.. B i.. st.
of Florida, entitled an act prescribing hands of the payees thereof. Passed. Ite 10 st1 a pr'v ('1:11t1i. --l -..t a S I f' "Ar Aro .. >;'ar- ut r s trnh' !s l;al
upthe method of oblicentaxeining permits to S. Join Rs No. 25: Authorzing the rni' lw. a <: i, i'lo .It ul.a t- i an tI i'::' \i t a i ."at ,i toI
ommsell l iqors, wines andtCou beer in cer- acceptance of a donation to the Florida ir tn(e'rir-iettv -. r t : hiit'-: i.-: l. ilu i-:i:: t
tain cases. Referred to Committee on Agri efltral College. Passed. ,t t h ut
By Mr. SamsH.:B. No. 1.: To provide for the -. Te. til it i ". '.t e-. a. in --..;;g; l--'its (h 1(a't 'r. ii t
a State Board ofE issue of bonds of the State of Florida lt'l lll.' ilIls .s .. : .
toS. B. No. 162: Tohe better provide for the or the purpose of vi redeeming and re- .....h......, ; ., I o. -,, of r ;wl n d p ,
issue of bonds by the town of Chipley, funding at a lower raIe of interest the en l. : r "i''r, ll'l : t! t l';-t i'- ; .:irl I
lifor tindheal construction of water works fontstr dnuing bonds of the State, and for ',e ilto' it,',, '. stn ;- r ;-f ;:i.'st

of a o ublic school builand to pro- the disposition of tl e bonds now held Sia' : -lAl.r, "i .t .1 L .
his a 's l ,Te so to th l% hi.l. i w : "

viing or the p of embalming and the intcarest in the Sinking Funsda. Passed. t h i. a- t ;a~ D- s
and the principal of such bonds. H. B. No. 147:-To prohibit the id-dead. Referred No. 98: i tAuthorizingianrre' 1 r''% 't l ll T. C:''e'
to napping of children with intent to ex- duHi te.r s .,r.. .... i sc' i. ,!C'l.,. ,..- 1T1,,r;0%-h. .. i ...,F ,. h..o, ,. .

S. B. o 1ris: Declaring the town of tortai money fomrollers Warents guardian nts lost. irI 'e lars heI ol- :A A .. ..
amend, in th e ounty of Washington,ws or persons having thbefore custody of sucnthe ri ir !, at n ,, n- i t Il

ISoething was I%%taiitjlaer itao I I u t
ows-fat 0r' deustiuy-uvle'f sit' lo< s-
dt er -e to as she ut aI F mi -o itlh.e1r, a :, i .
sl liqors ,, bee in tace ce],tc o Vo -d (,;:nt th Flrd In tTi-d It i

"went ou ,t with ain intoj the street. pi-- .... L 1. l.. Fe1
on NtNeithtier spoke as to-i: w'nt alng the A..D ,te'
BISiqSSEwisuedfebndsofepdrowningaeo SAame c"al. als ieg a iss.s the ays, t).s ;
S B. No. 162 i To provide for the for the purpose of redeeming and re-sent-. ,"... i ern
iue of bonds iy the town of Chiple, fui ing at a lower rae ofinteresI.I"'litakeYoutll l ,li ,ll "
for the construction of water wor s outstanuing bonds of the State, and for ilt 'lil S
entand a public school building, and pro- the disposition f the bonds now held UPPatronage oted
owon and the princip n eye trave t over its out' :. intended
-that graceful rve t k to s:s o I.

\o der-how wac usehld h to aSlirer it, anw J:u.w- l ;h r.t

b _t -t ;v I I t a 1'~N

MUocloIr lImt



P)i *.1



That nervousness and headache go to-
gether. Thetworry and cares of business or
home, overiork, loss of sleep, improper
food-all tend to ir-itate the temper,
derange the digestion, weaken the nerves
and undermine the health. This tearing
down of thel life forces must be stopped.
The phhinaA tide nf health must he

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exhniistion incident to the
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A Family Medicine Cheat.
A fLmilv medicine chest for ten center
In a pretty little" enameled metal box
.ou have the m-ans of keeping tBe*
wh -le family lwahlihy, from haby togoo&
I ld grand-p ;. (-i to your druggist andi
Set a bI.x of 'C'weareths Cttidy Cathartic
'or ten cents., and .see th.t .ou always
have them in tihe- lion.-. Colic, sick
headache. dypepsia, piua|l<'-. .Iet'plep -
tiets. worms ai;;d nearly ev, r\ otherr ail-
.ient are, ured i b .soie tI ,mn tof IOn-
-tipation aaiki in 'l:ait intle I, x yua have
a peife- ren- dy ~i~d Jais t;. n;l. Save
-your doctor lWl1- iid II' I [i triius ill-
ne-s by the usefif thel:" .i i. .iarty little
piecisi of <-anuldy l it uilw ... .' ane
kvp y ,ou well. \We rt- I..; i ti ( usca-
,et, to all ,lir rn .ders.

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,il AIJ LrASSE!IA N: ?ftUR*3 Y. MAY 2. I~

W.ltellRU. -out h.m. E. H.1Mabry. ..

W.ry eliY *, SThursm
A~i. -1 1 sunw daynlgh 3itt 7 tA o'P. %I
par~srh~t1AN -:TUICHU, He.SJ. B. Mcatty
g~tr.-'-'r.~pmacllhe il]at tegtoldr3 nitvi
SU~tiI)all1:11 AnM.ay at 11 a P. 4.and "ts at

tia Er,:':t OrM.D mh~. P. N.,Sunidav a.e

pI $T. JOItIA (~s~AURH. PlRev~t. S LDMr.tyJ
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b 1'- -. fost Gr fuate .183.
'lijsk'31 0hooi0 CGwafp.
7- p-,.:, rvattion of Natural Teeth.
:d '.c-owns, Rridgowf'rk. and Meta1
Pl..-,:. S ..ePaitv. G:ts administered.

Rerirs .! kinds of Househeld articles o'
everyday use. Trunks. ia s, Sat.helB,. .cks
K ., '-.iseiigs,i G.ns.n, Pistols. -:ho.tinr Out-
fOt. nitmr.lai,4. also Ricycles and Sewing Ma
chi,.--. Shop on JefferS)n Street, near Ne*
,iry '.lark-i Work done on short notice,anc
at I-1 h :)rit a n35-tf

J. F. HILL, .

Gent's Furnishing Goods,

Monroe Street. opposite St. James
Select stock of Gent's Furnishings.
Full stock of Stationery.

Latest Lines of Readable Books,
SCHOOL BOOKS, Leading Masga-
zies, Periodicals and Daily Pa-
pers, always on hand.
Choice line of Cigars and Tobaceo

S. B. No. 162: To provide for the
issue of bonds by the town of Chipley,
for the construction of water works
and a public school building, and pro-
viding for the payment of the interest
on and the principal of such bonds.
S. B. ..o. 160: Declaring the town of
C.ipley, in the county of Washington,
to. be a legally incorporated town.
H. Memorial No. _-: Memorializing

issue ol bonds of te -L ateoL r e ri o i
for the purpose of redeeming and re-
funding at a lower rate of interest the
outstandingg bonds of the State. and for
the disposition of the bonds now held
in the Sinking Funds. Passed.
H. B. No. 147:- To prohibit the kid-
napping of children with intent to ex-
tort money fro .ae parents, guardian
or persons having the custody of such
c. and to affix a penalty for viola-
I tion thereof. Passed. "
H. B. No. 152: To protect mechan-


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ict, luoreis ah laternal men, anu ,to
roviue for thi summary collection of
honeys due Alem for wages or mater-
adls furnish. Passed.
H. B. .-o; 179: To authorize sheriffs
o approve bond of persons commit-
ed into.'their custody' by committing
nagisiraLes, and to fix their fee for the
ame.' Passeu.
H.'B. No. 50: To fix the fare for pas-
engers on all railroad trains in this
Itate at three cents pOr mile, and to
provide penalties fo4 its violation.
Passed. I
Adjourned until 9 ia. m. Monday,
April 29.

Treats AN Disewases.

MBi Method Invariably Cures All
Catarrhal, Broehial, I g,Stem.
ach, Live s Kitdey and Other Con-
plaints, as WeR as All Diseases
and Weaknesses of Women.

(Continued from Second Pag,) congress in regard to the further im- p
Sprovement of the Chattahoochee, Flint m
the State of Florida, Referked to and ApalachicolA Bay. Passed.
Committee on Constithtional Amend- a. H N 39: U memorial to the
ments. AW Congress o.- the United States asking t
BILLS PASSED. f for a survey and the dredging ano t,
S. B. No. 19: To provide for the deepening of the Upper Manatee hitver,
construction and maintenance of in Mnatec county. Florida. Passed. s
drains by the several counties of their Corn. Sub. for S. B. No. 177: To
State of Florida, and to.provide for as- amend Sec..on 2169 of Article 3, Sub-
sessments of the costs tnereof against Chapter 1., Title 3, Part 4, of the Re- s
the property benefitted thereby, and vised Statutes of the State of Florida, n
furaer to provide for the collect ion regulating the capital stock of bank-
and enforcement of such assessments, ing companies. Passed.
and to legalize all contracts for drains S. B. No. 140: Requiring teachers' "
whicn may have been entered into, and uumrnmer schools and making appropri-
assessments made therefore, made by nations therefore. Passed.
or Ov1 ....r. i S. B. No. 110; 'lo prescribe the time
For Over r'ifrv ,.-anr. for the qualification of electors for all r
Mrs. Winslow'- So'(1tling vrup ku:. Florida. Passed.
*eon used for (,-%r fifry v(-ars l'vy :ni 11. Judiciary kcom. Substitute for '
ioriq of -northers f"r their hilir!, ,r'li! h h. B. No. 113: To amend S2ctiou 2o604
'eAthing. witl Lrfe'-t sucress. 1 i-othe- of the Revised Statutes of the -.ate d
the child. noft-ns', "thi gums. allays -' o. Florida, relating to igawy. Passed. l
0ain, cures wi! d colie. a.1' -s dthe l.s' Adjour'n(d. '
-umely for *liarrho(a. Tt will relieve. HOISi.., APRIl 2'5.
r--A t uk ~ ''r nfTj* irii>. r 'f*i *1*-/ -*M -^ "Ii Lmr:^y j- aJ/i *. 1 1*f

.' .t \ 9 A. 3W i' II .IIl .t.tIt. *III;o 1 n-ouse me-, pursuan to acjourn-
S'.I.. .sBptr and UIii i t- told bydrugi.sts in *-v.-ry part if t ment. nie Speaker in the chliir. The
io ; 't'.** .. .vorld. Twenty-five cents a !t,,ttlh-. R foil wing members answer d ,o their
. -- ure and ask for "'Mrs. inslow's g,rooh names:
t l'ii' *, iltr :lt at ll ing Syrup," and take no-other kind. Mr. Speaker. Messrs. Anderson,
n .,iat The p.AHA5EBAN tsBates. Blanton. Brown. '-award. Bu-
S e , o. l l'. i. t e ut, rintendent. Preach- county in the State of r ,orida, under Crawford, Davidson. Davis, liowden.
reo:-; ..>or.16.1 '. ra** Chapter 4807 of the Laws of Florida. Duckworth, Fulton. Gillen. Godfrey,
r i Th. eet P d. Gornto, Griggs, Grant, Gurin, Hendry,
ag Thuttrsdy 9h1t.. F. BlimsPastor. H. Joint R. No. 199: Proposing an Hopkins. Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby,
SDT GTU' tT.No i(- ilS.rd ol Dire.- amendment to Section 6, Article 8, of .oa.iison. Jones, Lee, Mctroy, McGif-
ot4r TP' lNr Siation hold th,-ir the Constitution-of the State of Flor- fin, McRae of Pasco, McRae of Man-
esii, t. the third Friday evt'ning of ida. Passed. a.eo Osteen, Palmer. Parrish of
:ont' S ,. .iat thle brary. H. B. No. 13: Providing for arrests olme Parish of Manaee Pinhoi-
.Th. hsr" itcr-sted in Cbristain Scl without warrants. Passed.omeF Parrish of Manatiee, Pinhoi-
Those" al h( ttr.t-id he rsid. e of wthot arant ass ster. Riney, Raulerson. Redding, Riv-
Sw.,1 eti' i h. the.r('itfs wi'll 4rheld rH.i B. No. 187: Prohibiting certain ers of Alachua, Rivers o Columbia,
udat io a.m... ~edays at 7:.,0 p.m. unnatural practices and prescribing a Russell, Shomaker, Sledge, Sparkman,
u. O. 0 F penalty therefore. Passed. I homas, Umstead, Wall. WXhaley, Wil-
0 ,tOV'iiieiur .tiiKb of lON L DOE No. Adjourned. liaison. Wilson and Wo-i'--;).
.'" ..,t' "'ue.-dyY ,venint, att their SENATE, APRIL 25. IN rRODUCTION OF BILLS.
o l IM. at o'clock. All in te In Senate met pursuant to adjourn- Brown: H. B. o. 292: To
o .. vtr t, ivtdtotoAttnd:. By Mr. Brown: H.tB. to. 292: o
W. B. WlLsON, N. G. menit. The Pres.dent in the chair. The limit the powers of cities, and towns
L. CL. (.INS, N following Senators answered .to their in levying, imposing and collecting oc-
-titular mt'',etfgS A names: cupational or license taxes. Referred
is" n'. .:'-,.."T NN o. aret.held ti t; a. Mr. President, Messrs. Adams. Blitch, t the Committee on J.udiqiary.
rosid 'i' I'It,;tHe -wt'ti,1 41 -ac mo,,, ( tri,,Cottrell,oCrews,fDlnh.lmth or iene x .o ni ,fcrr
,,t ,. t.,, O'Clock. i I i- a Broom.?, ,ottr lt Crews Dcnh..m. By Mr. lHunter: Hi. UB. o. 29,: To
..'-I-: .dtip n art -nvite 'to attend Harris, Kirk, law, Miller, Myers, prohibit the i.ssung of peo-mits or li-
r i. \ K 1K lU'Sl. K., C- P- P -. -- -N.10. t -.-; --- ---"..--- 1
.v. S, v. ,s-rit,.-. "It is with a good dcnl (if pleasure cnses to sell suir.ituios, vinos or
a nd satisfaction that 1 reconimo.ln niad liquors within three pnils of the
:TS OF HONOR Chamlerl-in's Colic. Cholera al i)Di- :)mur ry lin of auv ('orLvy in which
S. n:". mee c mCh.e -i h- sale of such liq:vi-ws h'is e'-n mo-
+., m:h :iirh :.ea Ronm-.(]v."'* sazs 1); _.J A.
...ho f i c s:tv, i of nhl"tfrm.!, (C ,w. "A l. iluit, d by an election lti, uit..der A:-t-
t : i!.iicK. DicT;or'. I ly e-i to-mt'er, s-irh: t -n v .. 1, of TIl Stite Constintion.
*wl., .* ,. h.,,- p ) ). f) S* ,:>e on my .hw (*. : :,. f,,*r(,d to Comm itt-e on D om r;.)n'e.
..("T 'I T AS. o m0 :' r ,e-'. v hl: eve h:,r ',,:'-ir'( *V ,,'". WVtilli:-s. n : I. I. N"' "
,. -,. i" ,. ; i'., m<, .ts v-,y '-,' y li, p' ', 1ast n:,- w h 1 ', ; ':, *; in of tenr 46a).
r "'- ., : ,. -:, ..-': 1t ,' 1 -.. V i l -t e -: v.-i':- '>;I h).' h o I i r p d ;| t 'a' to -
I h *i ** "" i ",, 4 i.'i" C -t', i-' ." ov:.r its'' m (' i'- ( : l :** "" '- f')" : ., :)f a S ,.. ,
; .,,' ..-r s' M f ( (, ,, n' S O < 1 .*o .jo .. ) T..','i( I .' -,ll ,t '8 S o i; ti c
y M r. M a ; i lliam s: .. ly (180:: ''. :. it" : -. i. N o 2 :

.' 4r. o.Ct e t''Q i of .1-. i. W jl i ,.e .' ,,- 1 l r i. at h it h' te lmi 4 d
"Cou t cf Dur:l ,ounty, t- ,.. Re- 1' v d' e i'f i' ;)'i''(d to l' ('lrnittee ( o

for: cd ta Committee on Cl.n: '.> A' ,- oin-iat p < .
,) r. W iidde: '',', 'S.' ],. ,i, *. 1 ;1 To 'y ':. R:ss.l: H. B. No. 298: To
-t, L. .-I. ,. .,d L w ,-. ;1 l "

!i A' -* I ,- FOIDA levying, imposing and cole 'g o'- 0 torida, entikd an act prescri'iig
ILL V( occupation o! license taxes. Ref rr r d to the method of otainin perm its to
S, n.oimittee on City and County Organit sell lquors. wines and br in certain

Nation. aaes Refetred to Colnmttee
MAo.. W. ALKl,' B Mr,.. Sams: S. B. No. 182: To es- Te.eince. .
,.,.:.. .. ,G... .-. o ,.i f,,. -. v; ,''" ='.'! !'y V .4 ,:--.; .Xi. }} *, :., ; .- -;! .',.

AT-A W t. .i sh a State Board of Embalming,. ', ).

.. .. ;i-T, provide for the better protection of .. No. 70: To rovi e ann ities

I-. .g .A... ..- FLORIDA. of contagious diseases, and to regulate '";. soliers and sailors of the State

and disposition of the dead. Referred ..3. No. 98: Authorizing and re-
., ,s.i ((. to Committee on Public Health. nig the C omptroller to d Navi-
S;.'.:.* r. /.- t. t[,, t. ON O 1 .' t
By Mr. Harriims: S. B. No. Nr,180: To certain Comti'oller s Warrants, lost
Fo r l ,e rc( I ,:f of .1. !i. W lli ; ); .'^i- ,-:. ,- : ,) *i: tu(n .;>," tb p .i ]n ,,pt
ices Flia, s senrtitled abr in act prescriingit of the payees thereof. Passed.
^r'.t iISEE. -Court th ethod of ol training permits to S ;"Jo,. tNo. 2: Authorizing thee on
-ta-er cases. Referred to Co mo ttee on Ariultral College. Passed.
B ly .. .r. Wid S.-. B: :r: To yH. MrB. No.1:" H. To prNo.vide f To

ML ()iJ otTi5 if Amteir n.d I ._ e
p!i I(,IN .\T NND AWU IEON. limit the poaaersB of cites blndming. I au:S 5 t] fri'
YATI0~KS-A l O-.AW leprvying for te jinger protectio- o No 7rida, e|titl-d an Tt pres(nriting
pae oor !. pr it e ttoes. Referred to of oldie inn ries o
-AInA.I- -.c, th e m e th o d o f a n d th a
... .. a ispos n ovation. "e eaae Referred to ojrzng ade "' oi
p >,, .............y-Mrrs: S. B No 18" : To es- Temperance. t
......... ,,'- L.AW aeta d tsion P. Sate" Boardteof" 4E7malminaw r be.,LSfoASSE 0). .t

1, (,^ hY lthe practice of embalming and the aree of Florida. Passed.

A F- IDA method of obtaining permits to S. Join R. No. 25: Authorizing the
sell liquors, wines and beer in cer- acceptance of a donation to the Floria
-- -- -tain cases. Referred to CUmmt nLtee on Agriultural Colleg Passed.
nrr T^:C- T,,T-'lKT Temperance.... H. B .No-. To provide for th,(!

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was 4111hoi;411b. U'4aIn i:ri:.eif1 II'6"l1 1 a-I

Cryi wt'- i It I-$1 e1 I a of I ia't anItl I a t
clicatedIjie Was I. it cll, 4I' II,e pitlee.eI ''a :
reviO('l'.1'V iti. l 5 a ver 1 : w il, an If4i
-'1l1v 'ii h ad t rlain' tij..fwhn h

ihe ll,,~tsof lher % v(- wer4
It %vSa riVea I 1 aif Iot
Were i't) s'ea E'ui't-L joo!two' ~io I
a little pa~li'.
**T!;,.". 4,1,u lthink- \%-l, 11.1 d f tcI r Sfpa-
rate!' L !V.42
sen t1,..
"I Will to~ vil o 'y"*ioe.
141 Yi i, 1 .ttl 1l) st:ti th'.1
*dN jY not ? I j,'i'r is pi)

ranig hin hi- 4 a I -1V h.'ei (-.dI'i lj;' I-
her tiio'lerii 110a'.iiug !1-1-1 4) ,!teill (If-'
There Would bolI ;asj:IaiiI (", ....
in time. WellI it was wit he'r 4:i
Soniet lug w~as leading her iii ttpOn.-a ~ a
owis-fate or destinly-Whe'111s~. Ioe'.!-"I
to stay ill the SlnuShjine. 'S' )she ulr.:-x' I
to herse"AlfIas 111-hin ol 11 4-1- erWI"J!)., q!]'f
went oult with himt into the street.
Neither spokc as tlt-y wetit al, ,rig [lie~
broad, dimly 1iJlghtedavinEiIU. As to a
drowning mn az (otki(lSthe riei't'hijol 4f
his past life. so to tI'ese tchildren'11 of Nf
r'ane dearly. ;I,. in a. glass. tilt! t!s.t
incidletit--ahlltie jo.~ of their ('a'liy 1'.
-their marriage an( the da~ys tha~t fol-
A streak of 1rligt ivil acro". the pave
ment. throwing into bold relief her s'-. :
ow, and his eye traivkledl over its out11t';
-that graceful cutrvt4 fromt neek to ,
der-Itow lie 'wed to admtire it, and L:41.V

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-rl )44nirk-. Hetre1's to I 14111-(
Teark je. Nvi s~ frli' ll-* r ll-v-' ci't'ar
"TlV-1 : -w 1! u i--1 II'rv's to ie thre cock
bfars oi1o':sv, .thai-r'ever pll.-

'. :z'' ~vs !gs i'er i.) it-- rnt-i-
"Tiu o!'a (t'i mi'i atr k-,: t-ime that
tofvd v I(I IIc-' .!z, >e I': leus* ue n ,

and A.':A;,:o-ua:t, hA Ai-' t'.:14d I.

Viem'&-d I:! ~. r -t;,:-..r'i;'k;2pt'.d h

dat y54 at:a1:1% g.sIx) i :4I';uti-. l' i.'yLin'
uf a '4,11 :awu.'-* a- gt1l.'r

Capital CityLivcr

A Family Medieine Chest.*
A Nsmilv mf-hiicine chest for ten centep;
In a pretty little" enafneled metal box
*ou. have the nwans of keeping tie'
w'h .1e tantil!% I.-hy, front hahy togoo&
ild gratid-pat. (;4)tto your druggist andt
ret a 6.x of ('satretr.*Cauzdv Uathartic
'or ten centsU..and .4es11'et ou ~~always'
have then? in th-e- lioust-. Colic. sick
headache. dysivepson, lIO'1'.teepless-
cie5ss. w~ornitis ind ni fsri" ee'.v o *ther ail-
.1iesit are I ured hl 4' stin(14,1 Tift tofeon-.
'tipitior i aad in 'liat Ittle Li.x You '~have
a perfect ren.4 dy ;A',zo s .i. Save
your doctor bill:'-;:Yld pr(Ut(i t i,,lI5 ill-
ne-.s by the liscolS( l 1. t h h ty t~ itI
I)!ece-5 (f .'a thd v Ii11.aI~d~ a'ne',:n
k, vp yon will. We rt',i' n..; idot~ ca
it-is to al! imr rvilaers.

rhe Largiast ahut Yv C11idWe'

SIn Dr. IIathaway's most
extensive practice, cov
ering a period of more
tthaDn' years,ho las been
(ailed upon to treat all
rnuminr of diseases of
*1men1 andl v.omn and
alonp ti'm who!oe line of
Sli hunian ailni.nts he has
been uniorimly sue-
S Dr. IatliMway's mie-
St!od of tre;.trmnct gets
directly at the seat of
u,-i t tr(,.Iubl. lurirties tlhe blood
the BI0o-d. tn lru* :: whol. y'steou ani
trede thl di, ral;:.:i'the sons which
imrodmee the disc:ts" Y arl ry he rcstor.-s to perfeot
.!i Diseases i ltht t;;,):t-:.ands of snf''crrs
Treated. [fr:,' (': thmnia. ;;y F,' vr, Lusti 'omiplaints, Sitomach
I.iver anrd Ki .n-lt, Dti~' es, 'iles. Tumors. Can
(.ers. all 1irmner of skin affections.
D)r'. H athaway also treats with
Diseasesof tit,, t re:, est se .e,s all those.
Women nr.ainy distressini weaknesses and
diseases by which so) many women arre audited.
El ;.l Dr. I!athaway's ofi.esare fitted
Electrcal with all the late-.t electrical and
Appliances. other l.applialnet..e in the use of
wv'l-h. as well as tli : microscope. ne has world-
'.',idtli t:ia :'s ::n ,xipert. All of the medle.nes
.-i-d ly Dir. laii.iawvay are compounded In his
',v3W '*,i' r.:.torit'e. udler his personal direction.
:.i : .. r-:'dlteS are prepared for each In-
i, d.:1 case:.ccor(ldig to its requirements.
xh atioln Dr. h!atih:m'n y has prepared d a
'a, ~ .eriesof self-e xamination blanks
G"ZnOs. apilyrigtto] tlhi'difTerent diseases
S.h i, ,'-e !nl. ftr. on application: No. I, for"
2,r .' >nimen: No.?.forSkin Diseases;
-. r (':;:trriia! l)i-.a:tes: No. 5. for Kidneys.
Si l)r. I !'t-tl';iw:ty mniaesnochargo
.l r:'ra m ;. ;'VT0N IATHIAW.4VY, M. -t

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ry 1' rvo'In vlyi er& n to?.'e
nl h'ti tbtIi- ltime of. year to, tmef p
vl- ance tln' I'oi' .Os. l'frer nh41 k~i'vto0.1
i s. ri 'o sht-'R 'I cmndts(fo e'h rItol. e V-4'l t
U lip I T sas ~ i c;!I i '(4'"I j;61-11 Olf 1,4- d

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`*'livit u y.uthinak bud lbetter s4'jb~i.
rate' "
S'ltc hadl not muggrested it, but it soult I-
ed less br'dtal to sty so. Hie was at :'I
tine's j)441!e.
She loqlked at himt a ni1'ttan --I-
sworejl YesK" quit- ehutt h T' P.
tltl'it it st$iaelit'! as'if s5')t-oi ng 1 1 ,mg st 1:
tei'feie; it could not lie I li'tLaut Ct;.
w-.-;a~ the a'nl-thu'4 t he'Y. v-ho 1:11hd lnt'.'
Ii:,II'S (-mild1 forget it all and jio in dii -
It ImA coq'me ap :lit rt '; tI1f''V-t.'
hardly knewvy. x 14"''.m Ow (I v 4:)22
glauinmq % va-. g he', 'n(l tia'rt, `,-011i-1
back of the glitinwurii'.4-1ke 15 as:u.-I
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That nervousness and headache go to-
gether. The worry and cares of business or
home, overwork, loss of sleep, improper
food-all tend to ir-itate the temper,
derange the digestion, weaken the nerves
and undermine the health. This tearing
down of the life forces must be stopped.
The ebbing tide of health must be
heorred- and newr enerrv. new life new

p&tronage Solh ited 9
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4.I have been subject to attacks of
severe headache caused from overwork
and nervous exhaustion incident to the-
duties of musical instructor. When they
conte on I am extremely nervous an&d
press. Since I have been taking Dr.-
Mi' Nervine I find that one dose will
cur4 the worst headache. It is a splendid
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t frightened i ,l itei;,I. .hile Lm a-e of germination may be uscer-
wonll] 1(A. hemir hopes. Sercrtdry I,,,ow (I.,II,, the so.,:::!s of lr(inw.oe tainted. More than one hundred selIs
obot, however, was not quit'i sf si ... -, may of course be used, but this is' a
convenient I'nrnber. The percentage T1 T
pipriing in his facis. As all snibIl t-"*'- :: wnieh germinates may he us-d as a
St <,. ,; It:,:- ..- .' ',-.. :;:,. 1!,:. :-'!inie guidee to the amount of seed to plant, W ill c
men l~:I <' known' all along, the (,]l- hmi ;. < .:., ".:: : :;t- as already indicated. Sore a
'gates hi]d no idea thlat th1e Prlsi- ii^ ', ,*: :- ,-:: :. The cloths should be boiled in watyr of tha
d ... i:. : '.:-.. : !:.; i i:.;it !for a few minutes before using a heal it
lnt could modify tle language o h,:: a .. .. a second time, in order to destroy aiy h i har
the Platt amendm( nt, however $:. -. : i. i .. fungous spores wnich may have fallyvn A convene
Ton them. tion. harm
grossly unfair it, might be. They re- H. Harold Hume o
hCc-a, a. So lytbr-A H.. AH.Harold.Hume. forullnformS
alizd quite as well as any one else, .:: .. :t..ut fIur- "Lst wntr I was cnflied to my bqd S.
that thi was a law only to be tLr on ,... .- ,.. ::r t! with a vrv bI eold on tlh lun-s. J.T.Shu
,.changed by the power that made it. soN,:-1' (4'. l.y ;'e:,...;,-. .:.ti-e:;i.,d tLh N-.thini z g 've me relief Finallv my
What the-y really wanted to confer I) I .i. .r so'i-ui' r tD' .1 tz wife honHt a h.ttl of One Minnie
What they real-tivi s ia w1hi,0 [e i adle hi Po.ufh C.r- tha' cffet-d a speedy vcure. If not foray
about Was the interpretation that self uucomuoiify, merry at Iluxl.ey's I cannotts wak to,' h:l.h!y of itat -exfel- fifty cents in
was to be Iut on its verbiage. The ex;)i'se. This was intended to draw lIrt rpnmidy." Mlr. T K lti-e pem:n. Savannan, G
Ht- e ra.-t mnau' s tirt aind as. the Ittter- ,fqn'T-VW"pV. Pa. ,I1 dvulp-.* a

present administration has a well de-
served reputation for the fineness of
the constructions that it can put on
laws when it has a mind to do so.
The Cubans especially wanted two
:things; first, an assurance that the
United States would not step in,
any time it felt like it, under the
proviso giving it the right to inter-
vene, and overthrow any government;
-that might be established; and,
. second, an assurance that Cuba
,would receive commercial privileges,
-either by means of a reciprocity
treaty or some o'her arrangement. j

les reainied 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 res',denee
had 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 1 was." said the young

HE WiHKtY AL A lie died on the 8th of-April,' at thing whereby you could \asily-drag dlog
-X> i Westerly, R. I., where his factory has out a sermon its allotted o liours. ad ]
Land of Flowers. for many years been located. The He'was in full career and ha reached now
.Ter at. o-e, business will be continued by his lhantly the anatomical iari- Fill a bottle o

brothers, Edgar II. and Howard P. "An wlIt ftcsh do ye think it ,wad
t, ',' ,,i., ,m ,, Cottrell.* be?" he cried in stentorian tones.

"Aiblins ye think it wad be a habdie? 3
'THE SOUTH EASTERN. Na. na. It could nae be a haddib for
T E SOUT EASTERN. A Leend of the Salty sea to tak a big mon like yon in his belly.
The Tallahasscean does not tare to There are hundreds of queer myths Awee. aiblins ye think it wad 'be a
come tiresome by repeatedly harp- and traditions given to aLTount for theI salmon, but tell ye na, na. It wad
ig on one subject, w thnk t fact that the sea is salt. The Arabs na be a salmon, for deed I doubt if
ig on one subject, but we think the say that when the first pair sinned they they ever see salmon yonder. Aweel.
completion of the Tallahassee South were living in a beautiful garden on a aihlins ye're thinking it wad be a big
temr Railway is of sufficient im- tract of land joined to a mainland by a cod"- convincing proo
r narrow neck or isthmus. When it be- Here an aged and weary voice piped der are out of orn
rtance to the larger portion of the came known to the Holy One that his up from the body of the church:1
tate to bear repetition. people had sinned, he went to the gar- "Aiblins it was a whale?" fThere is co
den for the purpose of driving theni "ii iwaaw often expressed,
Last week we endeavored to show den for the purpose of driving them ut "An the deil hae ye. Maggie Mac- Root, the great
e tf e w d t and across the narrow neck of land farlane, for takin the word oot o' the wish in curing
Me of the facts why it had not been into the patch of thorns and brambles mouth o' old's meeiiisterr'-Lippin- back, kidneys, I
completed, and they are, in our on the other side. Anticipating what cott's Magazine. of the urinary p
pinion, sufficient to demonstrate would be the consequence of their hei- to hold water aj
pinion, nous crime, they had prepared to leave Condensed Reproof. it, or bad effect
hat the time has not been allowed their beautiful garden and had actually Occasionally there is to be found a wine or beer, and
o slip by on account of a fruitless gone so far as to send the children and proprietor of a secondhand bookstore necesst of be
goats across into the thicket. who is something more than the natur- during the day,
ttenmpt to speculate on the charter, When the Holy One appeared on the of his business would seem to indicate. ordurinary efnifecgh
s has been done in many other in- scene, the first pair started to rnm. but He regards his old and rare volumes realized. It sta
dances. the woman looked back. For this the rather as a collection than a stock of derful cures of
N that every obstacle has been man cursed her and for such a crime goods and experiences a paug when he If you need a m
ow that every obstacle has been was almost immediately turned into a parts with one. best. Sold by d
moved save the one-the time the block of salt. Compare with Genesis xix, A flippant young man dropped Into a You may ha'
charter runs being too short within 2 The woman, nore forgiving than secondhand b6okbtore kept by a man wonderful di
Meh to do the workwe think it her husband, stooped to pick up the of this kind. d b
h to do the work-we think it shapeless mass of salt. when imme- Taking down several choice old books more aboutfree b
s no too much to ask for the short diately the narrow neck of land began from the shelves. he fingered them absolutely Dr Ki
extension desired in this instance, to crack and break. As she touched carelessly and replaced them. They Co., Binghamto
The what had once been her companion she, h ippened to treat of abstrvise subjects lion reading thi
These ,people have not got to go too. was turned to salt just an; the neck and did not appeal to him.
nto the money markets and get the of the land sink and the waters rush. "Are any of these books for hiree" he
Wherewithal to do the work. They ed through. From that day to this. the askl d carehssly.* ,
SArabs say. all th1 waters of the ocean "No. young man." sharply aswered
Lre-prepared to go ahead as quick as have rushed through that narrow clhau- the proprietor. "They are for lore."-
he bfgislature grants them the nel at least once a year. constantly St. Louis R.public.
short tine asked for. wearing away the salt of what was SEED TESTING.
Tihe kedl fi g e r.monce ou.r first pareniis. yet the bulk of Seed of whatever Kind should be OP
The real fight being made against thi- two salty objects is not diliinished purchased only of reliable parties, and -
lie extension outside tlhost roads it in the least, it must be placed to the credit of our
seedsmen that the see sent out in by
,vould coice into competition with, is jar the largest percentage of instances
ICI i ig 4 How Genernl .-Ctler- rred a Man. o' good quality in every respect. The!
>igwa-ged by a road from Georg"ia, c rl ir::r, *: soprz:!nig reliability of the seedsman is at -stake
rhi-h will )be built whether thry gmet :-l t al:,:,:- i'. :!tu;r:e of every .. he sells seed which is not true to
in a.cre of lland or nol. aId which t(ri<:i! t.v ws r!!:. >;iTt"ed in t'. name, but it occasionally happens
In acre of land or not, ad whichll t '. ,t V& Dame, 1n
faiiuiis <--ase> o;1i ;a .'p'l::;l!- f*oni'cl.ted that the seed purchased is of poor ger-
nly runs across a narrow strip of mn, in o:.: 'i lo i,, nted inating quality. The seed is sown hy T M IL
the trucker and probably just at the
Florida territory, wit:h a I1!ni:: fir st!,n.:i was hIi)uiht *time _e needs plants he finds himself
The construction of thle Tallah:is- to trial on fwro- ir:! -t' vis. G,; e"jaL without a good stand. For this rea-
c South Eater will .ive to hr Buteri was tl:e priso:iwr's coins,.l. If son,as it is always a wise policy for the Iarc]
tou ate prisoner wa.s -oivi ind Lafayette county people every indi-til'ents. lie woiMd be liel,:e to the percentage of seed which germin-
dvantage that the other rod has inriso t f'or (;I -':::-s,. As the ate. All seed should be purchased
court was a. 'asemling (eXneral Butler some time before required for plant-
offer, and will heli) develop almost ag-remd with the coun11;- for the prose- Ing, and if the power of germination
Overy other section of the State b cltio til I sholl be poor, more can ue purchased inMI t AD
every other uo, i ono that til( indiv y u prisoner for sowing, thus avoiding un-
puttng the western andeast ashedthat the prisoner necessary and perhaps costly delay. TALLAt
putting thew and. should plead guilty to the one which i Furthermore, it a certain percentage
sections in closer touch with each charged the theft of tihe greatest iof the seeds are found to be capable of
other, while the Georgia road can amount. .germination, this will serve as a guide
The prisoner., to his amazement wa to the amount which should be
only help the two counties named, ordered b. his counsel to plead guilty. [planted. It only a certain percentage
The duties of the lawmakers is to "Say guilty, sir." said the general ;will give good, strong plants, then the
ae ard for the "greatest d sternly. The man obeyed and the required number can be secure by
have regard-for the "greatest good s nit wanting an additional amount of sed
other three Indictments were not press- planting an additional amount of seed
to the greatest number" in all things. ed. But when the counsel for the pros- over and above the usual amount --
The seel may be tested by sowing a
There can therefore be no question of eention moved for sentence General definite number in the seed bed, but A
impropriety in granting the exten- Butler pointed out a- fatal flaw. mani- tae better plan is to use a seed tester. A .
mproprity in rane t to every one when attention was The material required for a simple,
sion asked for by the Tallahassee called to it. In ten minutes the aston- efficient one consists of an ordinary The Fame
South Eastern. Ished prisoner was a free man. It Is dinner plate, two pieces of clean,
said that the (o.rt laughed at the ruse. white cloth of medium thickness and m
the cleverness of which it was limpo- a piece of a window glass having a S
The Cuban delegates arrived in sible not to admire, dame slightly greater than thatof
this country last week, called on the When required for use, the cloths
Presidnt and were entertained by StndereIgs the Cook. are dipped in -water and wrung ont;
resident an were enter e y Her is something that a woman one of them Is placed on the plate, a
' dinner; saw Secretary Root, who knows says is a sure diagnosis hundred seeds are counted out and
who discussed the object of their of the status of the cook. If you have dropped upon this, then the other
i t a good cook.. you may be more or cloth is spread over the seeds and this
visit with them. Then they pro- l"a e lok to fre.s covered by the glass. The tester
pared to start home. This in sub- quently upon the wine when it is red. perature of which is about 75 or 80
stance is the story of the visit. The It is an unfortunate fact, but if the degrees F. Cl
President simply "jollied" them,. cook is less than a $40 cook as The time required for germination
rllittle annoyarwe as possible may be varies considerably; for instance, let- ihest A
With the tact and smoothness of expected from this weakness. i'ossi- i tuce see, generally germinates in from Highest A
-which he is a past master, he wel bly it will never mnake itself manifest two to five days, while parsnip sed -. --
.i a enough to be known above stairs. But often takes two weeks or more,
omrd them to Washington and uir i te tnough the gerrfina on of seeds tof
ifi se tofk ito ris? In thehO c the. loo the latter class may be hastened by Thes. F.n
inatc thlein feel ta11 thiey were the cial scale of rooks thI n $2t. then look'thcm in warm water 100-110 W I C
finest tiling. that ever lmapp.n:d, out. A cook who is ratet *t over s-t degrees F. for twenty-four hours.
may IMe ebxl-t,,d to iis1is i thin':-s The seeds in the tester should be qx- Eye S
t|hen passed thwn on, l|aing flwl if one chan--. to nme a mI oirn'ng amined from time to time, and those Be sure t
.4clrcely awirwl'. of the fact tlihat hle call at the hot:m' oin ia r;idl ainl dis- which have germinated should be re- on frame. N
', ~, . .:.. .....-..1. v. cov-rs tihe s.r.\:;is f~~ali JIOL 5~if~i ti sII~gl' d wrI ltLf-ii r ofgriaonmy ei5C1-


1h-O, 1901.



us Atlanta Optician


d Medal,
ward Diploma of Hcnor.
Slisbhed- 1870.

nous Ghlsspe for Sale by

ight Tested Free.
hat 'la k,-s" is siamped
-v-r p'l d.

ure that Irritating
nd stop the progress
t Ringworm and
t completely.
ent. cleanly local applIea-
less to souiild tlsiue. it-Hath i
s Tihe only sure rewnily
s3 Ofitclililn skill diseases.
t drua Ists, or write to
ptrine, Savannah, Ga. .
Sole Proprietor.

sale by your druggist, send
stamps to J. T. Shuptrine

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IN ort"T' i h~vr!bv -ziven thit the fo-,lowin.- ,le-;vib A I tnft'wwll be %'i~ll j %-'pi,
at raill tI s -. in the Countty of Le~on, or %4trim-h thereof am will h, ne-e,,,irv b)Iayte.
due for taxtes reinn set oppu-;ite to he --%-n,-, toxteher wit'a C.)4 of sac1I We a`d. tj~i.

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f : N.I ,;,.. N..A -re- 1n I :o 7. .)i- .Itrts
ill fr. io l ....... ... .. 9

oi ; 3 h r- 1 .) :)1.... ..........o t..
SLyin -i nt: ti .. a 4
rLn -'. 1 iro.2 :hei .l, being toer
t in; thc -- lineopi.d -tion 11 31
-i said se,. II
Mrs 0. .Lo l..... .......... N ,N x terof.- 1o ;%cr:. ".

~n u ...... .. l ......... os O o a;.1 ran \,d'o .... 3.......
100s a 2 *-re sri t o .- o1

in ir u rtir .i:-o.. ............... 14
U Kn.ur.0.2.... ...............Lo.1, uinfr. a iffi. ..... ... 2
h r ................. .q uirter oit sw utrterof....... 3
All Ole.At ir it or e %w quarter of
Ss-e quarter of cion ............ 3
STIig 11 of tie tsuu tihl r-a-l...
Mrs. Llvie J. Price.............Thi:t pa-t fq ha iyiuf sof the S .
-Yi;u t'. irrr l ff..... .. 7
Mrs. LiveJ. Price.............. Swutr ..-of sw i r tirof ......17
N h!iul: in I ni hal of s half......... 1t
Mrs. LivieJ. Pric.............. qIirofsw lartroi- Of........2)
Unknown ..................... qua trnof n I-v- ,r of.'.. ..... 21
Mr,. Livie J. Price..........K h .ti o:f W q.t r aan I W Ittlf of
S. A. ard.. ............... N l qu:trter of.. ................ 2
S.A. of s! qu tr e half of sw
tn u rerand s htl fseq':a-t.rof.. 7 -
Unknown .....................v quarter ouw t-r of....... 4
,T. F. Tito upon Lumber Co...Nw ,.'ar er of s u r .erof.......17
Unknown ..r.-.*....a... ....... 1i
'-t. r. hompoll'onr tmber't),.. v h1 % t o"rU0 'I 'l i-i "' h% lf of sa
S= ,!u trtirk-n 1 >a n 5 i in the e half
A. Melnnins Adm nf wr r :.1- .. ... .... 2

ae dney Trouble
Don't K W it.
r To Vind aut.
r common glass with your
stand twenty-four hours; a
n sediment or set-
tling indicates an
unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble: too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
f that the kidneys and blad-
What to Do.
fort in the knowledge so
that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
kidney remedy fulfills every
rheumatism, pain in the
river. bladder and every part
passage. It corrects inability
nd scalding pain in passing
ts following use of liquor,
d overcomes that unpleasant
ing compelled to go often
and to get up many times
t. The mild and the extra-
of Swamp-Root is soon
nds the highest for its won-
the most distressing cases.
medicine you should have the
ruggists in 50c. and$1. sizes.
ve a sample bottle of this

oth sent

nlmer & onme eo swpartt.
n, N. Y. When writing men-
s generous offer in this paper.


1 87

2ni Ce 1-ti) i1300
2n .3e .10

John M. rant, guardian for
Laurle& and Bryaut Grant.. A two-t'iird! intire-t in s half of
IW qU Irtl-r of iic q'.lart -r ;and n
half of sw nu trter of ne quar er of 29
Smith H Jackson............... w hilt of e alf of-e quarter ot.. 8
Jim Riobinson............... W halfo: ni.;ianeran.l quarterr
of te qularte' of........ ......... 19
Mrs. H. J. Barnes............ E half ot se uIarter and I h;t;f of so
quarter of ie quarter of......... 22
W half of quarter. sw quarter
of nw qu: rter and I hali of nIt
quart-r .': nw quart -.r ......... 23
Se qu:rt-r ol nw quart r of......... 23
N half o! leuiiarer of ne quarter
and e half *>f it half of sw quarter
of n quir erof...... ........23
John Johnson. ............ half of sw u:arter of ne quirterof 23
Two acres, i rhe ne corucrof w al.f
ofa. quirtAur of........ 23
A. W. Gramling.............. W half -f n;-'rof .w quarter,
and w hal ofswqr ofnw .,u ter I
w half of ev quarter of sw quar.
ter of ........................... 1
Sc quarter if .e quairtr ansd ne
quarter ofe quarter of........ 2
Mrs. May E. Bolt........... Se quarter o.............. .... 33
W half oi -wpuarter. -e quarter of
sw qr and Ihaaf of ne qu irtwr of
sw quarterb".......... .......... 3t
Mrs. Martha S. Davis......... Sw qutirt -roPie quart r otf........:. 8
Se quarter of nw quirt r. except 6
acre- in the uwv corner toJ. H.
Perki .sOI.. .......... ....... 8
Ne quarter of nw q-iater except 9Y
acre- off thi u end of.... ....... 8
Nw quarter 9f te quarter except 9),
acre, off th-n en i of ........... 8
That part of tie quart'r r f ne quar-
ter except I 're in the 1iw corner
thereof thatt lies west of .-pr ng
branch of ................. .... 8
Mrs A K Laurie............ Se quarter and e half of e quarter
o ..... .... 22
Part of the w halt of sw quarter of. 23
deserilhel. t,) uit: iteginnitig at
the sw ornery of w ha'f of -w -Iuar.
t-roi -aid "ectioni 23 and run -e 3
ch iin-. thezice n 41)ch;iiin-. t'eniee
w 3 chain< and thence s4Oechains
to liegin ini ...... .... ....
Part oft ihe w lialt fof i w q- artcr of. 23
d-.scribbd, to-w?: Liegiinliii -- at
the *-w cr-i,- r of w half of rw
q':;artcr of ;id -ecti, *$ 2: and
ruini e 1' clitin., tlhei'I- it 40
chnins th;-n,'e w II'. c!-aii,.
'he ,' 'e s I't li-..i .s to x-:.iiii'iig ...
Mrs A K Laurle................ Wh ;If ol nie I-iart:' of...... 27
Mrs Mary E Bolt............ W- Ialf of s. i:quart r except that
p irt lvyi g,., t, Mc Li:ec sukie :iand
lo Sw -*U tr o'.-o .. .... .. "29
e* qurier Orr tie ji'ntpr and;in n-
i i arter f ii:tv -! r of. ... .... CO
M.. M.ry E Bolt........ .... Nw j:i:Iaerof ,ii :!ti tl r.e ha f>of
nw ,lu:irter tn'l w ein- tlr-
,er f.
i:,,-r. snr tli. t. (-Id(! of w h" ilf of
-v tci itr n p -o r
30; a W.V..w l -ltt .. .2 2
Wiley Miller ...... ...... The n !o w ir in the n::-i of w
h..lf ,ef .- l" i rr' r .. 32
The% 10. "< rfei t':e -I hnafof we.t
haJilf f s < qt rst:- or .... ... 32
Mrs A P Vickers and children 9 2 :Cr(.,4-< o01 iihe r o;h p.-rtio. n of
;'r'ria a FIlo-1:tr fat on:.i
T.o!< \':O 0 .ir t1 07 n .
J R Burch, a ent for Mrs S A E h:lf ofN (fow a Burchi c-tat: ............ tiona:l a ot N ;S in a
J R ButrCh ag -nt for Mrj S GE-e r i a ,Il F fractioal'.ot ...
Burh -ate No .......
Mrs .x P Vicicers and children Georgia and rl"orida frction:al t o
No 9 5
Mrs A P Vickers and children .7:,4 *.er>r. oT tf e end of Lot No 1 i .
iI fr;icti n:il:i ... '..... 7
Savannah Gr~eery Co ....... w quarter of e rterof of ........ 2
J K Burch, agniit for Mrs S A OIn, quarter i cre-st in I 3 a, r.s in
Burcn estate................ th-. co rer o s half if w half of
U41 -A uarieri, ...... 27
J It lurch,aent for Mrs A W 'ha of ne artr and nequanir 27r
Burch estate.... .......... of w u ;rt of 2x
m OLong--.......-- ...... :13 l-3:aceso-o land in thesquar-
t rrof ... ..... ... ..
Le nning 4.: feet n of the nw
coiner oif lol 14 in the N \ -:f
the 'ity of allah .s ee, and -un
th i-oe n ,4Q feet. theneo e '7-n.
fe-;t: thence 81f) eet. th,,ie e w
'7Nt feet to he place of b gin-
nine .... .
Mrs Susan J Roberts.......... E halr of w q- irter"of equ.-rterof 28
ex-ept 3 v"it wide offt the s side
front pibl e I ad ............
E W Hill...................... The n th'ee qu rt..r of e half of se
Thomas illiams.......... qarterof ne uarrof. ....... 27
Thomas Williams ...... ..... w quarter of r w quarter of.... ... 31
Mrs J E Mano .............. 5 5acre oi lad n the n- qirar-erof. 33
de cried. t wit: Commencing
at th nwqu rter of the ne quar-
ter .f -aid sm Linn 3.',. th-nee rn
S 17 2.53- l4 hlainl t, a 1n ois
whi.-h iq the lace 'f betinn;'e.
th nee nr e Il 0 ch t. t'1i-ce
7 25 OO(ch: gi to> 'he eelter of
the Quiney id. th -nee *i ,i5'r
d -ree-..w "1 .3 o4')h!;:-1-salonzg
the center of aild ra'd. ti.'-<-c n
2775.1 k chi s t) ti:e p int of
li.-inn i n
MrsJ EManson............. Also-n cre.. th"'neiquarte-rof.. .i
d at the, n r* oPI erof the n- qliar
ter -if.i:t6i -q ,>" :;31. tht-tne ,un
s 1725 10N) r.a- ,. th Ine'> e 104)
ch:iin. lth-ee n 172.- II-)eha:iit
a :nd the c O e10 chanis to tie
Charles G. Prince.. .... ....... o 2 ando : ,i i. .k .... .
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The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
Mr. A. C.. FreeWgan, of Punta Gorua,
is in the city.
C. -.. Lind, of Apalachicola, is visit-
ing in the city.
Mr. R. J. Love, of Quincy, was at the
capital this week.
Mrs. Maggie Tucker, of Bartow, Is
registered at the Leon. '
Mr. J. A. Kennedy, of Jacksonville,
to visiting the capital.

Ar. J. C. Reynolds, of Waycrola, Ga.,
aso pping at the Leon.

Mr. E. L. Sparkm'an, of Tampa, is
registered at.the Leon.
Mayor Hilliard, of Pensacola, was a
recent visitor at the capital
Hon. H. H. Spear, of Chattahoochee,
spent last Friday in w.e city.
Health, ocrength and Nerve Force
follow the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine, which insures good
Digestion and Assimilation.
It "Out of Sorts," Cross and Pee-
vish., take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
SiMedicine. Cheerfullness will return
and life acquires new zest
Hon. H. H. Lewis, of Marlanam, is a
recent arrival at the capitaL
Bearing Down Pains indicate Dis-
placement of Womb. Curable quickly
by using bimmons Squaw Vine Wine
or Tablets.
Mr. Max Krauss, the T. P. A. official,
spent a few days aere this week.
pimples.. Boils and other humors
appear when the blood gets impure.
The jest remedy is Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine. Johnny Cay and Edna
Wynre., who have been lor some ,
time visiting Georgia friends, have re-
turned home.
Humiliating Examinations by phy-
icians :'Pre avoided by use of Sim-
mons Sq!iaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
S wl'ich (.n:'" i9 out of every 100 cases
o[ Fcun:w.l Disorders.
Mrs. S. I. Chain, wife of Dr. Chap-
In.. secretary in the Surveyor General's
office, is here on a visit to her husband
and is stopping at Mrs. Bond's.
I You cannot accomplish any work
or business unless you feel well. If
you feel "Used Up-Tired Out," take
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
Mrs. McCreary and son, Elmer, have
S joined Senator McCreary here, ant. are
pleasantly located at Jessamine Inn.
Suicide by poison is not more cen-
ssrable than by refusal to cure your-
self of Female-Troubles with Sim-
imons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming is
up from Jacksonville, shaking hands
wit his many Tallahassee friends.

S jrinO ec ufghlm re l -eiallly dinnerouq
urd nukui curvd at onre,. e.riotas results
tDn follow. One inutle oughh Cur'
be.. like 11,1 ic. Ia i s "'t a eomm'ni.
ix hbut is a high grade rehiiepdy
Misses Elizabeth Pearce and Miss
da Cotton Barnes leit this week
St Marks on a visit to Mrs. Arvah
kins, a sister of Miss Barnes.

487 ?t Free.-Dr Pierce-'C ('oCm ,mon Retr',
...... Pdical Adrvisor. 100l fr p: 7T1O 1i.u-
;'r* ,|lOrt1, 4-l i N it i fP' I t ii : < 'ipi l : -t. -r i '-
Olmte-<'* I S :Im)ps for ;i 'rr .v. .. i
i fnipmis fir clotlh. io Dr. II. V. I':.rc' .
5 01 8 Main Stret, uitffilo. N. Y.

0 758/

Mrs. J. Y. Detwiler and little daugh-
SHannah, joined Mr. Detwner here
we k and will remain with him
il his business at the capital is lin-

S'fa ,- ;.: *',' i M-|,: ;s, i.'-W i,'Cs L ':-
.-"14 t ri,:) '. r -\I :-iP';I (*'P :;I;-t<' y~ 'i
*^ cl., "i;..;!,.. -Ir.;. r .:iil'u'. A ll (l,;: -

R. Riha.tid Hopkins, thce agcnt of
Seabecar Air Lii-e at this point, ia.
rarir ) kc(ip house in his
* Se rcsidcnce, facing Green

nt trou!.. gi I burns, calds a -d
g O 1 1_; h,:'I 'yv the i-e of D<-
6 lirli I;' .1 I e. It is in -
l r *: yoau ye t De Witt's. All

E. T. Spiller, who has been so
Several weeks past in Jackson-
iufliciently recovered to be able
to her home, whien she did
y. Her son Frank and daugh-
race accompanied her.

L)3 79 11

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2:) 13 39

4 o 1 iI

1j) 401
A'0 270

'Of M-laria, is King of all Chill
Md Kill,,, of all Towc-4. It drives
11`0111 the svstenn ae)d makes the
trong'. D`%ou want the best you
ke King (if Malaria Tasteless Chill

alarm from District 13 was
Ounday morning, and proved
small ncgro woman's house,
the -St. Augustine branch.
lost all ner household fur-

barely escaped herself.
so 1-ad I c-mld get no rest
IL '01-e ut-ril I tried DeWitt'h
Afteru.sing it, once.
zI 11'ad ri ytLing lih-e Pil

Dr.W*&Lk-%is,.Dentiot. PhOUONO.

Hon. S. L. Reeves, of DeFuniak, is in
the city.
Capt. John A. Cobb, of.Americus,
Ga., is in the city.
Mrs. Theodore urnbull is paying a
short visit to.Mrs. Bond.
Mr. S. V. Hough, of Live Wk, has
been in the city for a few days.
Messrs. P1. K. and J. S. Shaw, of
Quincy, paid our city a short VISIL re-
Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or Tab-
lets soften, relax and e.-pand muscles.
Involved. Decreasing Labor Paine and
Shortening Labor.
Mrs. Perry Holland has returned
from Atlanta, where she has been for
several months.

To Quench Frozen Orwigeade,
Your Thirst
Balkrois,'8 Drug Store.
Senator EL M. Dimmick, who re-
cently returned from a trip to Buffalo,
N. Y., is back at as desk again in the
Senate Cnamber.
Mr. Friable Chitenden returned this
week from college and will spend his
vacation at home with his parents.
Dr. William -this week moved his
stock of drugd into the old Lively drug
store, which Messrs. Gilmore & Davis
have recently fitted up for him.


The under..!!iorned havin(y -Lssuined. charge of the Kemper
0 1 '5
Stables, solicits the patrona his friends and the pablic

Fine Stock,

Fancy Turnouts

Courteous Attention Combined with Liberal Treatment
Will. be our claiin upon the public I*or patronare.
,1,1-(-fUl -j1,,LejjtiOjj (ri%,-eIj to winter visitors and lititiL


xteal 3]S*tate Agency,

IJ3111 WO-4

1V r av-1 :t--o ;r !i;i-,, to Iio-*.Vv).'I, WI".
I'ItY "V:A
as-.(.."' t 1w ill, 1A Ilk-I ItI*I--:-a I![(. all'I attf-w tiv.-IN, 1;),..Lt ;ILY In Lhi-

A[..;,-. A.,rr-,vocl F III Li-ll -,"d :L lj()Ifllllr coll"th-4, -;lut v)",,- f ar
tivatioll, Stock 11,61kill-I :1,14 D.61-011tr
of thot Tit-'st de-;1rable. 4)f tilb; iq a tract of SOO a-res of the
finest Farniiii Lawl In Leon Comity, the gmr-ieri slp,,t of 310(fle Florida,
mit for bkakh, fm-tilil ;m(l sot-m-ry immirtrISS('41 bV am- section in
the South. Eslhwial AWntion is called to this tm. a which w1i'l he sold as
very resoirtble fi-zitres.
For furdier particul3rm call on or address with stamp tire undmtgnoc4
W. IV. .1144A,"IFFID
Tall ahzmseca n Offi-e,

,%LV K-S qwr 0 Iftff a a 0 N-M
For Lifants and ChildreiL
(he Kind You Have Always Bought
Gignatwe of 4e.

Exclusiyely Wiffiams


We do husine'..; ofic way to -.111,
comers; one price V) all We
Cuarantee.mythi iq,, that bears
the naine of or "Yokjr
monoy b:,,c:t.'g We buy tile

Mr. W. Mosier, of Apalachicola, 14
a recent arrival In the city.
Major W. H. Covington, a prominent
turpentine operator, has come up froni
Carrabelle on business.

Senator Zewadski returned Mond&$
with his wife and son, and are pleas
antly located at Mrs. Bond's.
Try the new remedy for costive-
ness, Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box guaran-
teed. Price, 25 cents. For sale by
Wight & Bro.
Mr. Jonu S. Winthrop, aceompaiile4
by his daughter, Miss Evelyn, left for
New York Tuesday on a business trip,
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs4;
Walter Collins met with a serious an
painful accident recently. She and hel
little neighbor, Earle Mickler, i I
playing with a toy axe, and he acet'
aentally cut off two of the child'q
fingers, the middle and third of the left,
The marriage of Miss Essle Berni
reuter and Mr. Argo, of Jacksonville.,
-is announced to take place in Jackson
ville. Miss Essle is a Tallahassee girl
and her many frienus in this plac6
wigh her a happy future.
Don't d"-pair because you have a
weak constitution. The vitalizing
principle of HERBINE will amuredlY
sErengthen it In every drop of
HERBINE there is life. There is
a stimulating, regenerating power'
unequaled in the whole range of medil
cinal preparations. Price, 50 cents.:
Wight c Bro.
Miss Catherine h1cIntosh, who at4
tencied as delegate the annual conven-
,.on of the Florida Christian Endeavor-i
ers, has been elected State Missionary
Cuperintendent. On Mis litclnto3h'
invitntinn I wqQ dpipidiad M hnid] th&

If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
terribly annoying; but BucklenS Ar-
nica Salve will cure the worst ease
of piles on earth. It has cured thous-
ands. For injuries, pains, or bodils
eruptions it's the beat salve in the
world. Price 25 c a box. Cureguar-
anteed. gold by all drugggists.
Messrs. J. R. Williams & Co. is the
style of a new firm that will open up a
as rackdt" and 5c and 10c counter store
on Monroe street in a few days. These
gentlemen are newcomers in Tallahas-
see, and have rented one of Mr. K W.
Clark's stores on Monroe street, in the
old Floridian block.
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexing-
ton, Ky., when they saw he was tuo-n
ing yellow. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and he sager-e-1
tkrribly. His malady was Yq". 1w
jaundice. He was treated by the L:F-st
evetors, but without benefit. 1-t-n
h(-,%--as advised to try Electric
*he wonderful Stomach and Liv2r
rt-medy. and he writes: "After t tkisig
two b4-ttles I was wholly cured.- A
trial provee its matchless merit for
all Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles. Only 25c. Sold by all drrg-

The impression has evidently been
started around tue country tnat Tal-
lahassee is about to commence to grow
with accelerated speed. Svery day
new enterprises are being Lalkd of and
new business firms have come in to
open up business in our community.
Already the building of the Georgia
Pine has commenced to oear fruit, and
wnen the Tallahassee Southeastern
is completed, as it will be in less than
12 months, there will be nothing that
can hold us back.

1--adhma ftnA "' A -"A

BOARD.-Firsr. class board can be ob-
tained -reasonably" at Hirs. Grpenhow'r,,
On C41houn street. 47-4m
Buy your Seeds of the Tallahas8ee
Drug co.
Edmate'Vour Bowels With CascaretE.
CAudy cathartic, cure constilAtiox
forever. loc. 25c. if C. C. L;. tail.
druggists refund money.

University of Virginia.
T-2dRumintr. July 12 to #4epL 1, IqGl. Fr.-
Peei3lly helpini to 6-,-intiers; to e indi lates for
ad a IlLsion tu the bar. and to puneUtioners who
have la.-kod systematic instruction. For cut&-
lague, addrm
Ckarbottesw ills. Va.
Wight Bros. tUiver ice cream in
Uc CA-4, to any part of the city:
Cake Ornatuentsof _Wmjseautifuj de-
sigm at 'r. ii. Bvrdlis.

Stocks, Cotton, Wheat.
Anybody desiring to invest -or speculate can
get our '-Guide to Investors and Sjxeulahm' I
as well w our Daily marim Letter free of
Chwe Upon AwiLaLon to

George Skaller & Co.,
Member% of New York Cons. s:,tock Ex(.-hange.
No. 70 Wall Street, -New York.
Neuralgic pains. rhe-llratism, Inn bagro
and sevictic pains, viel-I to thf! p-netra-
Wig infla-rics- of hillard'-,4 Snow Uni-
tuent. Price 25and .50 cpiit4.
Wight& Bro.
To the Deaf.
A rich larly. cured of h--r dpat'n.-%a anti
noisAvs in t1w beivi; by I)r. Nioho1-A)n*s
rtifi--i I E. Drum-4, Vv $10.01m) to his
40 thtt, d-3f P'01)!-,b unable to
pnwtirt- Li; E-tr Dritm-t trut. have thein
freo. Addr*-s No. t,,96 riv- Nichok-on
I'lQuituto, 780 Et--faii Avortutt. Now
Y o rk'- 14- ly
For Sale.
Iut+i in L,--f-)n awl Tavlor
e()untt*-,. .1111. Ho!).-rt Gami_)j'e,
r;inai, nt -13 tr.
Dr. Ford's Dyspepticide
expels thi- nfoxi-ou-i :,rer tvi of dys1wi-igia
rrotn t1he sp-tem, al-,,Iutely cures the
.1ts-;v.zea11d vaiis-es t1w stinirwh to urnish
ho.--titliv blvul for!i+u- atid ni-rve Wibl-
irig. Dr. ]F)rd',; Dyspepticide thus dif -
fers from other -e(ueklies. Wight &

Nun all I s candies are (dicays
ftesh at Wqht Bros.


The most complete line in Men's
RhoeN all grades; also Women'i%
isse' and Children's. Shoes, in
iah and low cutA. f"ents' Far-
t- '01,
j Nhing-% Negfliggee Shirt-4, Shin
valsb%. Underwear in all grade&,
.) IV
--,rats for Men ioys and Children,
runks, Bags and Coat Case&'
I.pecialties in Summer Clothina. L

D.B. Me-giannisss, Jr

Mnst women with femalb weaknem;
4utfer dre-mifully frompile-iinad-fition';
So their other pain& They may he cured *
by usinic Tablers Buckeye Pilo Ointp-1
pent Price, .5 JO cent8 in hottlew tubei6':
15 cents. Wight & Bro.





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I Fine Candies

11upol a just received
at Balkcmn's brux Store
Hon- A. H. King, of Jacksonvillewas

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IHVILaLIU13, _t, was tieclUeU LU nium 111u, LaUjeS ana "ClitleMen Uirls and
a recent visitor to We capital on bus- I
next annual convention in Tallanassee.
mess. Boys.
I exten-I yon a eoro`ial invitzation to
Mrs. James B. Gamble left Tuesdny Piles are not only most painful, but`! The Arne ((-#, Cream Parbir,, S% J:imes-
LOY !New York, -.,;hei-e as usual she wilf also very dangerous, as the inflamed'' I .
i Howl B-1 114itiz. orto d,, r s-ovdi First. N
spend the summer. nodules are very apt to take on malig- i
was vi-sli, tivii! Lo s.-rv-
nant actian and cancer of th? rectum. is:, Y$111 %V:
produce.t. They should be cured.TAB-l' AL I(-#- Cr(-m 'iade from r,-al
Judge Liddon, of Pensacola, former- f.r. A.i 11141 jyii-e fruit il ovor As-
ly Judge of the Florida Supreme Court ,BR'S L1U0KTUY_-j PILE OINTMENNT;.-I sl-r*,d "a, e --,: all vrp;mi,
arrived on the east-bound train yester- will cure the most obstinate i; :' ',iinft I MS.
1 (, -.-.6twery, Fri.j*
(lay. Price, 50 cm-ts in bottles. Tubes, 75
cents. 'Wight & Ero.
hii, Actow o- first -f-l.i-s it, j,11 its -tp-
y Rev. B. P. Crane and wife are guests A -tervi!t- eq-rtl
ch 4-h-, aild sp it kf;i!., evvi if i Our iiviis
at the home of his brotllher-in-lav.% 61:1 I--,- Crewil 1" ir!,r i-i tht- 8 -it it I
knief Justice R. ]Fenwick Taylor. Mr. i s-h-ii tir te- -i frotm f wilik"I will
D. Wi t*- Lit Ie- Kaulv Ris. r,. 0--fisf- tile; Crare was chaplain of the First Fl.or-"
!, r ct-#%-(- III-111111A it teal ioll all,] be de-tv-
ilolt- I-yStew. Upy iw% er : r. i;(,. A:! Md Regiment in the war in the sixtiesji
It-., lers and Un I ted SO tes orsul to Germany,,'
I Verv frilly.
duri-ng both of Mr. Cleveland's admin-';
Senat.or Mallory left last week for a I Ei)wi.N DuK:,'.
istratiors. He is now a citizen of .1
visit to Apalachicola, iihere he con- Propriewr.
feared witn the business men of that: Pennsylvania.
city concerning the needs of the harbor I I C", JL 19 W C1, 3M X dL
and city. Aiss Florence Newman, who has
hoon n cirront Qiifforar frnirn miiqe-.dr .1 BOUS the A The Kind You Have Always Bwo

ajqmcbu.l I

Deen a greaL surierer irom muse-mar -i
rheuniatism, says Chamberlain's Pain
Balm is* the only remedy that affords:
her relief. Miss Newman is aMUCAI..
respected resident rr. village of
Gray, N. Y., and ma' ')is state-,
ineut, for the benefit of offiers sim---.
ilaily afflicted. *L-his liniment is for
sale by Wight & Bro. and all medi-
cine dealers.
Often become inflamed and painful.
Hundreds of old pe6ple have been
made comforUble by using John R.
Dickey's Old Reliable Eye Water. It
is absolutely reliable-absolutely
.painless. Send for circulars or testi-
monials, or get a bottle for 25 cts. at
Bond & Wight's Drug Store.
Messrs. Cay Bros. will this week
start a barrell factory at St. -Marks,
with a capacity of 10,000 during the
season. The company is incorporated
and will be known as the Cay Barrel
Company. It is an industry that has
long been needed in L.Js section, and
we are glad such energetic men as
these men are have decided to start the
enterprise. We wish taem every suc-
cess in the ir new venture.
Sometimes a fortune, bift never if
you have a sallow complexion, a jina-
diced look. moth nateb-s ard blotelws
on the skin-all of liver
trolible. But Dr. Kirg's New TYe

Cyclists should always carry a bot-
MENT, in case. of accident, if applied
immediately, it will subdue the pain,
prevent swelling and discoloration,
and quickly heal the wounds. Price,
25 and 5j cents. Wight & Bro.
Mr. D. MacLachlan, who has been In
the city for the past month, helping
our local gas company out of a bole,
returned to his home in South Caro-
lina last Wednesday. '

That New it Balkcom's is
Wainut Cream R-,id to be the
twat in town.
Jersey Bull, Billy of Orange, regf:s-
tered, No. 59,394, at residence ot John
'Donk, ready for service, at $1.50 per
nead. 3t*

Sick Headache
..f A, 1; C. .V I I, k xvinti-d
J.. I]*-.-. DI-sp-w-cide W'll
f!:-!(!;j.-h I' r all time. It make,
0i'. 4)III-ch 6411r.
-Nii. Win. Fisher, of the Pensacola
bar. came ap y2sterday for a short
business trip.
CITildir.- wbo aro w". 'r, fretful or
'rot! 1) 11, should be given a fw
'r Lk

M.Rs Blake's Sanitarium,
Next door n irth or I.&..,)n R )tA. open
all the Gra iuate For p;tr-*
ticular,431-ly to
Hiss SkLmr. E. BLAKF, Proj)'r,
7 Om Tallallmowe, Fla.
An onnee (if loteveittion is worth :t
poond of viire, stsit. a tiotwe of B411MA'S
flojehott-d Symp in Wne is worth
a stair of physici m-4 wirlia driiL,- qtwe or
two tuclu-jed. Pric.-, 2i md 50 cents.
"'i .111 & Hr'..
Our R:jk-ry U to-& ,I. Lis d-tip.
Uall mid S -*- t;ie rkm) I turn, d out
every day at 'r. B Byrd's.
Plows aild Plo;v fir"ar at Yap.ger&
,f yoi/ ermit to gget cool Viisit
Wigli t & L ros. soda.1 om, taill.

The Talalllm.,ee Tum1wing Co.
Wili make siiis it) 1,r-ler Ir-ptit twelve
(A1,211 (hillar-, am! Patitzi at
$3.75aml tilp.v ir-1, t.) dw e w
lot 111,411 VA. ( rt-lia-ring at
rpas-ma-w lirrv- -. A pr .., fill wi !
(I OF "AWX "I f -r t.:,- of t. -oo
v_,l) to S:11)*) .0

T_--y r-ill then have rosy Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks,:
eneekq, 11ri.--rlit eyis, -7-%_-L be hwipy al-A Rich Complexion. Only 25 c at all.
Lwzgllintg all the (lay Ion- Price, 2.3 drul, ists. r" i
cc i. i S. X% i0it
P41 W. Barrington, Prircinnl Oravied Aii Evi- I)rom-1
Tn- uri,, of the Govern- Selmol, Onincy, Fla., writ-s: I-Twe "W )II) Lis Ill.
or's C,!;n-(!s has ]):irn postponed. until uspd Dr. AT. A. Simmops Liver M-di- Pt' ""t- kit' I'$ !- t., jvr,-tw,- ;w 1-JInim-
next wevk. cine 175 ye,-)rs. Curcs Nervoiis Fe-d-
in r!ft- Avef.u#-. N,%%
ache, Chronic Constiration, 1rdigrs-
Rheumatism is concpded to have its Tornid Liver, Foill isrestb, I a
nrigin ip a -Lw)isoncd condition of Vie Grinne. Have ha.d enough of Zeilin's C-;, tr- tit at -r. fi.
blood. nn(I to he most successfully i and Bliek Drirght being "jlist as R' ,
tre, They don't fool me again.
ated by FIERBINE, which acts upon good
the liver, kidneys and other bl'ood pur- To Cure Constipation forever.
ifying orgars, thereby divesting the I
system of the offen din g.agents. Price, Cwjay Cathartic. 141c
50 cents. Wight & Bro. or 25..% If C. U. V. fial V, eure, drug-

J.,lit 1pro-qJI-ot'i of 1111,prov,-I !oil 1! t i

Sfttt, wit

gi.-;t.-; riltiml monev.
El.eirniie --jurlhic t)f sl(Wonary
bq/i)i-e Purchusi,,g- JVelltt Bros.

Mr. Mason Broome, of Quincy. son
of Senator Broome, -s in the city, much
to the piensure of his many friends.
]&,Lrs. J. F. C. Griggs returned with
her husband from Apalachicola this
week and. they are stopping at the
When the liver fails to secrete bile,
the blood -becomes loaded with bilious
properues, the digestion. becomes Im-
pairpa and the bowels constipated.
ERBINE has a direct action on -the
liver and excretory orgamt. and a few
doses will cure anv case of biliousness.
Price, 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
W. N. Camp, of Albion, the largest
phosphate operator In the State, waq st
this city with his lawver. Colonel Otis
.,,. Green, of Ocala. The Supreme Court
having denied Mr. Camn's petition for
a ThArdqmns against the Board of
State Ipstituttors. The case will be
taken to the Circuit Court of Leon

I h tvi- the flio-st line of 5c,

I Know

I Know

Wo and Do Ugars cobtain- -- I

abiv. Su,Pw R ZEAR,
My 9 ida Water and lee PP
Cream, is, if jxmsible. betI(!rTJ'ndO'zt:ke,:&F nera-IDJ-11'Zool
than the best. J a
Arter one trial yon will Next ef)or to Coilmort- & Davis CO., o-posite Wight Bros. Drug Store.
agree with me.

I Know

Sid x y N

Get your
wol tit ?


Can get you up anything in thi- W. ke I
line (in short IIOLit-A-, at T. B. Byrdm. SP RIN G

Cott on Seed Meal
$1.00 1*r sack at Levy Bros.


V. F. Bal k co m.,


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and raise it $25 more on the ground brick buildings in the rear of the he
that your eyes deceived you. You'd tels. each little house with a big stoll
better study your cards before you see tank for a bathtub.
my raise.' I went out to see the baths on in
"We all waited in breathless silence .first day in Kingston and was surprise
for a moment, then Carter quietly ed to see a sign nailed against the wa
threw his cards face upward on the bearing the words:
table. "Gentlemen Are Requested Not t
'You're right.' he said quietly. 'I Use Soapl In the Baths."
thought I had a spade straight flush, "Why are gentlemen requested not t
king high. In my hand. What I thought use soap in the baths't" I asked the bc
was a nine of spades was a nine of tel clerk, a dignified young woman <
clubs. I lose.' "-Chicago Tribune. dark complexion.
"Because It soils the water and make
steer Clear of Smoking Carm* It.unpleasant for the next bather," st
"I1 seldom advise my patients to stop said.
makingg. because I know it's a waste "But do your guests all bathe in tl
of breath to do so." remarked a subur- same water?" I asked.
ban physician yesterday. "In many "Oh. yes," she replied. "You see. tl
eses I do advise moderation in the use tanks are so large and tire pipes at
of the weed, and when a patient has a smalL It takes all night to fill tl
weak throat there Is one thing that I tanks, and the water has to last a
positively Insist upon, and that Is that day."
he shall not ride in the smoking ears
attached to railroad trains. Breathing A Blind sale.
that atmosphere for half an hor _will An exchange tells of a novel pls
up--#-i "- -- EW-1s ornesf- e-

IMaxy Displayed Wonderful Power'
*o Pereception and Analysis. Won
\ the Pool and Saved His Opponent
the Amount of the Last Raise.
"Manxy was one of the best poker
Players I ever-saw. He was a good GLIfTGNY
winner and a good loser. Hlie played
his cards all the time for everything Is more common than we may think, if
they were worth and then some more. we define gluttony as eating beyond the
aild be played a game that was simply lboy's need of sustenance and beyond
Iaisoluble." the stomach's capacity for digestion and
assimilation of food. That is a fair
The board of trade man leaned back definition, and it fastens the name glut-
In his chair and smiled reminiscently. ton on many a person who would resent
"Manxy not only had Btoyle down so the ter as an insult. The fact of this
tiluttonv is marked by its consequences.
that he could recite the po' er rule he oerloadcd stomach becomes dis-
backward and say 'sir' after ead' eased. TI-e popular term for the condi-
word. but he rose to the higher science tion is "weak" stomach. The weak "
of the game. He made a careful studil stomach fails in furnishing adequate nu-
of every man around the board, and he triton for the boxxy, and soon the" weak-
never played a card but what lie dart-d ness" spreads front the stomach to other
a keen, sweeping glance at every py o Golden Medical Dicover
or and drew his conclusions as toD r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
er and drew his conclusions as to wlai cures diseases of the stomach and other
they were about to do. If a player had I organs of digestion and nutrition. It
any little tricks or habits that asserted i enables the perfect -assinmilation of food,
themselves in spite of efforts to repress by which alone the health and strength
them, Manxy knew them by heart. of the body is maintained.
"I will never forget the night le took -Yo'tr medicine helped me somuch that I
Cannot praise it too highly." writes, Mrs. C. L.
Carter into camp. Carter was a good. Brook-s. of land, Androscog-in Co.. Me. "The
Cool, nervy player too." le-vas an old first d I took helped nm. I cannot forget
how I felt when I took it; I was suffering eve ry-
player and possessed splendid juldg- thing with indigestion, and my stoini:ch was so
ment. One night we had been playing bloated that it seemed a though it ist urst.
e h s an a My hu'aud stid lie was going for the doctor,
several hours. and as it was getting to but I ai1 if he would get me a bottle of the
ward daylight we agreed to have one I';olden. Medical Discovery' I weu0t'1 tr that.
SI had not taken it long when I felt rel-vc, l, and(
Wore round of jack pots and then gc have not had a touch of indigestion or stomach
home. We had our round of Jack pots. trouble since. I had been sick for four ears.,
three of wc and Ies' than four bolttls cured mc sonime
three Of which Carter wonl, ind thel people that knew me lt-fore I lx-gan to tale the
decided o011 one last collSolation jack ',Golh.en .Medical D)iscoverv' tell me that they
ot, with no iit ut t never -aw such a change in any one, anli they
pot, ith no limit but the roof and ao s thv.on't see ho 1I can do sn<-h l;rge
to cOlle ill. Carter -Iised lthe colle il waishiid-. a- I do now, when I had n t done a
to $0. and eveyody doPd out e wasihn fr so lonrs ."
to $0. and everybody dropped out Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness.
cept .Manxy and one other player _
Mlanxy called for three cIrds. s'!owinm.
that he hadl only one p:air ,*r iiillhi;!g :it do a nian more injury than smoking
all-lhe othlir iiuan took two -:ii-l1s, iindi- half a d.ze.;i vi.mrs in lthe opn air or in
eating tliht !:e (. ust have lit-tes of :: a pro perly vtlntilited room Ilihat is not
kind. or 'l le :1woultn'-t L v : :;l .' ", croV\d4, wil vi oi hr smriokrs. Smoke
for the pr'ii! ( o" l "yii:g :ny lO;ge. if y'ouiii n st, I s:iy. but steer clear of
and ii;cr s; I pat. making cirs. 'lihiladielphia t-corl.
"T ;::,t ,:( : :d li';!. ('i;-tvr hi t I r 110,v1,
bcon I:; ll !;::tl ( 'lrwt I,) a 11 raiik.! l r *n "n x
bluen :; \ it 1 u t'; o .thn ;in !i Ii' w'r. ; li Old .n:;l.';i St:tl :r.i e t-.

lie ti' 1 1::, 1' l':: .i ,';;.( l. : i ", ;.l. tf u t:, l;i1 ..-, ; l .,r r ; :t.
goO 'l !d ':.-<* :.. <-..:di, :\ io ;':. t. :.- :!.- ;.,, | ;.;i;|, I ,! l t!: ;,:' .A;)t I': -.' f l,4.i-

ot;-lh \ *i : . i. ;.:'t ;; :-,t ;::ln of 7".' i ,;:t ro ':i-e
th ln; i ',:'' i 2 :cr- ... i n:l4 ;.'0 !8i ot t i ;: ; :'. ;. :i 1


col,'-, ::lioii l !.::I ('a.1"r 1" h- "l ;1I silaighi lo .-l.,t'i" "i 1 ;Li'..; '!''."

th::t a slr:1:2ht flush, in slp;4!:-s. ki".' h|zi'l. vi',s u- that 11 r&li(fiii-'.".- r's st-e-
high, was .jislt ex.\.. ly h.-hil ('ui:-ltr h d ti* ".\Irol :;. ).-':, i drinlkial;. as- ihe pir-.
Been in his five (.hi' when lite piked luje i a mlig s).-t(I. ;i jiiut of p->in
them I' l. W i:e at Itie I itij l i i ., (-o0 i)':i iis
".M;!!y:y dtllilhrat-td a long tir-,ie oIM- |h( e,, drires:sli ii :i a ,',ei -*.'. a hull
fore hIe 4.!ii~e in withi his .,_). hlut he w;ii:-lc':!i :lt i sii;;i oh!i:'p-l o' :;!'rs.'"
was out .T.' or K10) on lhe gami lui(l This s.ttii;.s ; iliti'.est [; i:iti:;n i!n'ht'
as it was lht, last pot he d.leriiiind to th11, '(in iiSl:i!(-nc's. i in .Mr.. Kinn':1
standi a good bit of money in lI1e hopeIs d,,lis i!,:ti I-'sr:. !i ''nai ,,.ii ,. 'a ;Ia .l han:
of lma.iig a recoup. He drew to :1 pir aniotlr pit later ou. il.:ik-w, ;'sr .
of tens and ctaugli't one lilore. Manxy
started the betting -wilth a $10 bill. Thie T-'. ih. rn1n- l`u:;ttiie.
other e nitii dropped out, and Carter sav A g,!tli-t-ja on a c. iL;i <.n o-
the $10 and raised $.,2.>. That looked as- th,' su'> rl)s of (;li:-:-.- l;h i n.. .
though M.tanxy's surmise ;;lIoit lilt .il i t ; f ;ah:i':):i "n, :,": ". lie<- .,;i:
straight l!ush whic-h he thought Carter hr':i!'iy sbjtl(Jie d v.rth ;a .i.-s orf ;:iil;
was holding was good. lie tde'liberated lie ti-i(l he \v..i.::i s;x;1M..t. In..e
for solmne time. Then he said: slit.e dt(lint.d ;Il lpaiyl:.Hlit. "1 c.l],!,:i
*Carjer. 1 Ihiaik and everybody tIk' .-.y ifor "t." ,Iie .ii ii.n h.r oil
around here thin-':s you've got soine- .;i0d way.
thing li-ttl.-r tha.! foiurs". I was l;a:.-yin': j 'iha atl-e('lillm n ex1pr!s"'d h;s ;it
you for :hl;t. liit now I'll tell ou k;o-wh-tle; i(i:n-t ;a l wvcit o:i his w'ay
the $10 and r*$25.1Tat looked as- '",(,1.r'), of
SCarter. vhiit I'mi g.,i:Ig to do. I".* no but L it tthe ;;i.'c n ,-" r .. ct(' "
ticed ih:t youreye::--iglht is bald.l 1wdt that sn.all b4'y pi: yi jg. Sui'ly. i, It li;lh t
tobacco si:molhe when it is ri"git in front this i til h ly's s1n ,So !' put:l hi:
i\ \ of your fai'rn al-iway in''rferes for a hand in1 hi.s pi-et to give hi::mi tlie ."x
il(l(\ \ nouKiir or o i\vo-ilt-yfur vision. J.ust p)(,n-e, w.iinii he hi-ard a shi:;ll v\;i(i
\ as you picked ill) ycir eirds I ntioticetd "That's nat !ia laddie, sir." Then lihti
ga e that ytu pured a re;i'lt .loud of slioke )k was at :i;ilsr. :and thlie voic-e aiftt-irwan
lent c( i out of your meiih and that ihe cloud res;tuinidl, tils time dirt'ted Io)\.:i!l :
4i '- of smoke w,?s in your eyes wht'n yo*'U su:all Iboy ail the side door, "<;amtg cl
kSed atyyour cards. Now, I believe i Wullio. an :;mpeal till ihe nice gentnli
th 'l.u think you have a si':raight man at the gate!"-Liverpool Po-t.
flush, but I don't believe that you rilnd
your cards correctly. 1 am going to do
something that may seem to be awfully Real Nice Bathing.
bad poker, considering the hand I have, It nmay be doubted if a tub hath iil
S but I am going to play you for your Jamaica is a luxury. The latihbouse
poor eyesight. 1 see your bet of $25 make a brave shew in a row of lou


George W. Perkini Now a Com-
tranding Financial Figure.


laessant Industr7 and Applieation
the Key to His Succeess-Oaly Th:r-
ty-niae Years of A-i'--eg trdi-d
Today as L-a4:; laInsuaancec
Organizer lit Ameri'a.
Gt'orge V'. Per ins ,' enl vice pr:-'-
dent of the New YirV,:. L"i"' !,i:. :*l e
company, has xLen Iadtiitild :!: ; i.par'i
ner in the firis of .i;.11. n -.Z )..
Drexel & Co. of Phi'hall ";ih:a :lnid 3;:'-
gan. II:arj.-s & Co. of I 'ris. Hi.< r:'-s.r
forms one more uiAdetl v:i>;- \ vn:; i i -e
American boy may, shape h;3 life to
win success.
Mr. Perkins won hi:s ihi cl position in
the business wori'.l by u-d:-:;iit indl -
I try and applatien. I -ws ._9) .. :'
j old on .Jan. :1 last. .1Hi is a di (li'.-r in
the New York Security at: i com-
pany and of the Nat;:iial City i:an::.
His most cnspicuouS: pul:.c scrvn ;e
has ben ias pr s'dent d' the New Yw;r'k
and New J.irsey co servig 1thoe !'-I!i :,, T-:. :in 'i-3. ""

< C.

; :.:' v. pi l" .s.
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th g.. v,,,,... 1 .. ,': .- ..: : 4 .. ...:1... : ...
o lr t e v;i l'. .. i r. ':t '.'.

.clti" tL

WIh- ;,o.: 1 ,: 0 r 'l At '1 :. i:: i .n:e I''i -

dent of the C, ( 4. : ;. i ': ; 1> ". .t i...
the atg 'l y : :t .' I ;::: ';,,m in li.'
u'g So!n; ti (n 1".,: t i in 481(e 0.i- t s '
'. r. .erk S e- l; i i *. I i ;d 't

ident i pril 1 N I
old. u ant' ". ': i i-'" l ir. '3 'kin-
01 organizers 'l ;: ; .l s a in ti S : '
i or k.[ i ;ir 1 'i "' ": r k ;"*,, s .s,, l a t [; V n '.ir:

distinguist'd l; ust-f in titi' furaeigi
S1i:1 (s. l H e h ., i..! !; :;;'>;! ft^r st *.. .'

Iitld. in ioA. i ihe s :'d to the satisr

fthe ;in of llt' 'oIin' :;i 1 ; 1-iil-.. int pi-ob
wpaty ard s-i;ial pit g iu '.. l:,sh

in- lioiid li;!i iai:;!iltlld tilt COU!plii.-ai,
tr. irkiss that had aituseiu with Austri
presad ot. .d lIthe r, tissio o th.-.
gained lilotnew i:cno'lcess i fo; his col;si
tiol. liwe Was ,I,'-- ":i~t',itl vife '.-
ident Ap ril 1 i. h. ug his sk
f ul dip'asu. r- yU 'i Ico :n l nr. '- g'kint
as eas ily .he tlo dI. r b -i a;i'i-. russia
or;illiztrs of andt-(- I id in ister
wo ok.f Mr. Perkius -S pafrtici5s abro
disting nishd t linaiself in t e fiit of t
oidp:inS. in Iltn- he ittld to the satis
fast lon of all fieon.:-n ; ieil;icunelt prib
pleacs itn New York. ti'twn Ruhis colorn
paliy atdll .Zvv-ral Ea- u.pan govern
o me2ts. lie sraules. hite was th chouica
i tius t!atl hed an iiit loan and stri
rand an loaded the r:itAlitissia of these
Senany tor' Orders D. In S Go.

The diffnrewce between a senator an
n; ex-senator was for histrato
the i'romr Auia.y whn M u.arion Buthkil
ful oylilc[tycs. N. C., s ei d;s gianto
senate elevaIto at -Washington i Prussia.
ruThe require oin the e alor to go iiiistep
on [Le" (]'J st';ica \ i%.S u7;ii O-;iOUly ir
his favors a senator wishs without a
Oak-of 1 Mr. Perl-Jins'I fctats abroad
was to induce te l.M.i ,ioV'
rgrd to what li its intd tion hadf ex parts t
pa:-s iiluti in the l;;tist pirr ort of the
iously been. Thus if an elevotiatdor th
and go up iof a foenator leppened to ve
plcg in Ng that way. There were ssia oa
of passengers whenubl. was the elevator hitpp
promoter ofn ad said in the usuloan and th
Ciertuan loan last All of thes
loans were notable for their success.

atox-Senal torsn. Order Don't Go.
The diffnt up without betweenord of a senator ant
an ex-senator was forcibly illustrate
the other day whuctor. Mr. Butlearion Btl
of Uoneycutt's% N. C.. stepped into th
senate elevator at Washington. say
the New York Sun. T!ere is a rigi
rule requiring the elerajor to go Up 0
down as a senator wishes, without an
regard to what its intention had prl
viously been. Thus if an elevator wa
going down it would change its min
and go up if a senator happened to h
going that way. There were severs
passengers when the elevator stopped
on the senate floor on its way from tl
basement to the gallery. Mr. Buti
stepped In and 'said in the usual sel
atorial tone. "Down." But the elevat(i
i went up without a word of explanation
from the conductor. Mr. Butler looked
surprised for a moment and then "tul



Some of Them aUve Had Years of
Training in Drawirg and Color
work. and 'Some Hlave Studied In
FamOUS Old World Ateliers.



Although 11the vi'a 'rin'lilt5o
Ithe CX(-Cl1k4UCC'S Of fonds-, (i!ieis
clothl;l1g. all n20('an cal al?'lI--
knovwn to maTn :i::d a-' 11ownn!d ot Ler e
thn v ."e,*druu:1l(d if inl the P1i'loso-
I ))y of a hundmred Ycars vgo are can" :n-P

shoclk~i"; 1, .art 1IsC scfl'nillitit s of thet
bello!Mer. few of the On1:utarY cuh.,.;arv Y1
g~ve a ~in-m!'c11t' qvue: tion to the nri*!h-
er-% of ':~nsli:1.The :~vr~
jug 4 C'iUXl2-e us !g.*aV-n Of la~o 1I):i ~cli
l1Iw!Ce and Uiior i prp:thuVinta InayA
brie:.f cctonlhit 1,111,; to c:,iinils work-
!1gci. TI-e ollic'e of a iar,-e adveirti-4mig
?Gntmeii is oine of Ithe h~u;:ic,,t places in
town. A rflts are cuom-ian11y apIiwntr-0
Iinl- with (ies:gI-us for the Lrin. a small
nrii.v '.. m(ia A:I wth paint pots and bruli-
e's are lmovt'ringa.t waCl~i' It)oibe
snnt cut, and Ce'el yw!'ht. Pare -gay evi-S
denlces of fthe results. of ..- Ii',,4U4 !:uhor.
"WI~on a-cthe imn 'tm ,tL:Ip:1 hit lhvtze
'herolac' picti-vrS (!!1 (' 5003Oil t :tii*. ii
winuiN and lofty (or's'?" a: :.A d:1 re-
porte-r of one Of :1110.' uvn who k'cps
there stil ord n: i vs hlusy.
f"They nare not iUte p-ople yV,)tl!
them. I fancy." was- 11.1 .:-: WeT.. 4i
stead orfblK--d'g julwr-, xi'li
ability nvcs-('sva.3' o xictAda v!i'..evas~i
bi-ushi. our !',S~t r!;cn :ua-e ri't.l "'As. s.
fly this I eoaamn tha.t muaty of theifl
lm:mve hail Y( -v,; of !-att:':g in x ''

stndiwd alirfwtj in I:(. nthe :;t I%;t' j8~:'
kinow!) ]: n( -;':t xA-- I::. n: 11-

4(oili mh i 11a a~~':-'Avi

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~- !(lV4v 1. 'L- r v:;i, I r :. \- i

I ed f, C,:-_1 4,1h !.meIv n I ti ;:t'
Lb. to te OtilA-n, whu'ait :s>1I-:'I
Out 018' L:8 : ~:1s i t- i d foi- t-
pUrj)200 l:nli,1lzt n l". .u.,
:_ 191'l to 1o Ilahs lie ir'-a elcd fi-oil Mla.LW.
I to Cniifornia.
"Not tile least iof our- diticuitis."
said the adve4-Ii-uij gI,,- st:m:u
'ac-~to ut V i~
YWiho V nch else hut geabout i-
I)obta :11 'j1 SoO putj )~,hh 0 11
;_ tip Wlllnla :-dson thivil. p:-i llists. U
). a vacant W.111 or tlet-')i'ilt':afotuoo
r.u7e.f. It nv;Lds gulZt 1:it 1tt to (to I Ii:>
I- whe(n t ar:e a-co1oj-1 ;)ii. they iii -.
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ichlidiispqfly the newt drawings of
thg still popular io ster| The Ideas of
tlh foreign artists are tfen freely andI
converted into gandy 4sigans for ad-
vertising t!!he latest sonlgr a new cigar
without the least com station. since.
is the advertisers a rt. American
ideas Hre assimilated road just as
uni-eremoni( usly.
Not all tlhe large rep nro tions rf fig-
ures and f-jtes on our st s and along
the roof tolo' are hand ,rk.- Many of
them are ilracine made, By a process
akin to th:it of making Iographs ma-
chines have been iuvenrd to lay the
colors autcnatit-ally. 7he finished
product. iu!te devoid 4 personality.
presents accurately a cci. of the work-
Misread the l4U.

"How is it," asked the
you charge me 35 cents
says. 'First class hair cut
"But you haven't first
pliild tt!i l'aurl'r.-I'hi!a

.Ol Ii f -Abanda
"'Your neighbillr l"his ju.:
old (-(;n." .laid the' train
give soiletl hing!.".
"l's." i-'plhied the clerp
go t.i:ron't'ie tOi h -hollectioli
some lii!t hons to ntel
Phil:ldelpliihi Iletcord.

Fro M:Al.nil to Anti~tr
ing iiun i :- riv, r. l'ir tine
of :14l :oly 't wo ys."
,lalts "'I days. h1ilt the co
tlI solpti s'-a isl:inils.
ftr its rise blu:-et' to ri1

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Notice to 'lhylilt
ri'll: I NDl~ItS1m;o) r0'1"
I i':1 x tnine':- .1! :il'i for thi, *

victim, "that
then the sign-
15 cents'? "
lass hair." re-
elphla North

given me an
). "c(an you

man. "I will
box and find
the coat."-

is is "like go"
is out of sight
The voyage
;-se is through
lich nat-ouints
-r navigation

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at ve'r'able
id tonic, iV
remedy in all
trouble es.
no opiates or
digeszi. nand

-ial book on
nulTerer from
It is the
ing hook of
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(',eneral retlcu
.\lfl collect' d :1,1d
paid to i-eb. 12,
I.t:o ........ ....
Fine-, forfe-itir's..
.\mU'l tolel>t'hl ai-.l
r:tid to I-eb. 12,
190()1 ....
'ridhe,-. culvert, Mte
Ain't collect i and
pa:i to Feb. 12.
Coi.nty sciisl-.h,. ,']
nulu, iig iil;t*l-h .

Am' t collected awl
paid to Feb. 1i2
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the t.w ; rm often glts tle iflhta t:!;l his, tri tol i'e te 'c of I-lri.ii wi'
availaIble space is woilh lltiou :l;a i i -,1':i- ili M .v, 114 .li ei thi ille
dolinL 's to us andl to himi Thi e x( '- l ;:ih."r.> ii i sp i.s ; 4o!i'
rielne's of adveit isinlg it-un : i! ;. nI .rantinu,- cet it hlie;uat ti
ffir_:rs'. a2nd trl-limps would limake a
m:g-ty inltearesi:i ; lookk"
"Why do you s:4 Irainlps?" )
"(;h. the t ru ii-ipi are our .-i'rst1t enM f
nmis. They builil tires hlihmind omr \ '" -t
liillboards anl biuin them or else tear
theu down out of lheer wantouness."
When asked aboJt the price a Iblank :U Mm.;X.
brick wall ini a 'onspit-coi!s :'part of -r-.r-d. l.y --'-
New York would bring to its owner if ,f .,- ,-
he let it for advertising purposes, the --
advertising man lAughed and said he '-
could not tell that. but he did not initld
saying that he was now paying: $t;.jti i -i
a year rent for a wall in the middle of i i -
the shopping district. "This is not an .
unu-sual sum to pay." he added, "for l 13
such prominent positions."
Advertising firms are liberal sub-
scribers to all art magazines. particu-
larly to those French art periodicals hl the

Scrofula the Cause.
Eczcma, catarrh. hip diseisp. white.
w-weIIing. and even consumption h; ve
thi-ir origin in scrofulous eon-it';cns.
W ith the slightest taint of scroful: in the
lot i. there is no safety. The remedy
'or this disease in ill its forms is lHtod's
'iarsaparilla, which goes to the root of
the trouble and expels all impurities and
disease germs from the blood.

The best family cathartic is Hood's

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Weak Stomach and Impaired ig

Every Bottle Guaranteed to Gite Satis f

Price, 50 Conts.
SPrrpared b JAMES Fl ,. St


clne in the Sttite of "lWilla, according. to
..ct to Re-gulate the Praetice of ttef-e~lne in t.
state of Florida. etc. The meetilg 'till beidg%
Dr. eurge H. Giwynni's Oftie at 10(j, clqxck
All tInfse p-acdc~inr in the %-!aie of plo-d
without licensew~.] lease -1 ,.k.di- ( v tee
of and r..veruthemselvfsuircordii ~gly,1.v)r
ot the Piesidetit.
Tn so. Tu -,~.% 1 NI. 1)
GK(). ). NJaa,5& r.t:1r)
Made Under Section 35- Chapter 41j5,jL,,,,
of Florida.(1893.)
Showing tUlf., alnoUnt 0o' xe dtu th
fix C4,IICtitL 4)1 Lei'flcfiIi r,
-fllect-tLd t.r thle ,htoelpya lbeial,
mis r whiOel- ucii tzsX%! flit,~ I
I. *IdIfI F )WE ti..I: Vih4 )i' 4b,
Trotail tax for wtar l!,(),i! I'
An tn (4)ltit-ttt!and'Itd0
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A Story of Senator Vest.
Senator Vest Is older than his years

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THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1901.



There the Women Are Oliecd to
iHave Some Finnne!al 1i'-sources
When They Blarry-The Cos of Ae-
quirinza Military Husband.
In Bavaria every girl is expected to
get married. Ask a Bavarian. and he
will tell you that it is impossible for a
portionless maiden to find a husband.
If a girl has no money for a dowry,
therefore, she sets herself at work to
save one.
Marriage in Germany Is nearly en-
tirely a matter of business. The father
of the girl announces the sum which is
to go with her, 'while the papa of the
prospective husband holds out for


Delinquent Tax List.

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Gr. ......... ........ half of s" ,iu rter of nw qr and
n half of ile qiiarler tif A% qr S
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Tiv), o .: .l< F .I .S lillof ..... ..........
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society that one finds the baldest and
most businesslike matrimonial trans-
letions. There are few young men of
his class who have either money or
iny prospect of making any otherwise
than by a wealthy marriage. When
they inherit fortunes, it is the fashion
to dissipate them. anl when they don't
inherit it is against the prejudices lof
their education and training to s4ek
employment or to engage in any kind
of business.
Therefore Imost of them enter the ur-
my while waiting for a rich bride.
Daughters of rich brewers andl mer-
ebhants an- aeceptailhl to these- genile-
men. buil their great and pe-rsistent
dream is to .aplturet an Anni-r-ilii heir-
ess. They confess the matter frantily
to any o) i ;id every one who will lis-
Traveling Anmeric:an heiresses are' pot
so plentiful in G'nGermny as in I riapee
and Italy: still. they are to Ibe lotuid.
It would se'n., however, thal notwith
standing the f:et that Germnan titles
arn at least a litth i nore valunblel t6an
those of the Lani countries s thbey' do
not possess the same glamiour in femi
atit le eyes. hI'ceIS the German title
a)ptur.s tlhe American bag of gold
comparatively rarely. Perhaps it Ise;t-
cause the Teutonic wooing Is more a.-
rogant and supercilious than Lstnuat-

Of all countries Germany is perhaps
that in which romanticism flourihes
most. It is Instinct in its tradition', in
Its history and Its literature. Yel in
the affairs of daily life and pre-emi-
nently in its matrimonial affairs rili-
tarism rises to the plane of worship.-
New York Sun. i

All except ha'.f of 'e quart -r ofe "ePUNISHED THE PAINTIN S
qu1irterot............... ... .. 11 2- w 3 ) 883 UNI T
k Pie.. -t-e.a nt f.r Hl.nrv -- -
i ,1; t ... .... ........T C Lot :SI;. 0 ** ...... ......... :.. .. .........4 02 They Violated Editor Storey'* Oast
re.l V Ir.!vz... ..... ....r '' Iot.- 1.,3 a t 1 :13 N A........ ......... ........14) 2:1 Iro Rule and W ere Banged.
S.... ... .....*C I 29. -....... ....... .. .3 72
In B tinm ................rt of 'c "ot. X N :-V\ :i'nil 'in- "When we went to Chicago to ive
rar, .tr -wiI'lnot i:11, 11It !.1 i Just after the fire." said a woman who
feet. thence we t. i:t14 f .- has since returned to New York, 'we
thence south ltli t 1 t'1 th-nir
1) ;-1i> feet to the place oeof itc- furnished the house with all that was
nin. ........ .. ............ ........... ...4 61 necessary to make it attractive. One
nrietta WilliamI........Lot H ,f T C Lot .1 N a. )iur
riett illiam............ ttreore. in deeIook H winter my husband bought a number

T Chester a.cnt for M try young woman to come in and seethe
..r................. e. ....1 5. collection. I don't mind telling lyou
T Mo )rer................ w lfof ehai of T CILot 21 N ...4. that she wrote for Mr. Storey's ujws-
Annie Z Chto1i ......... TCIt 8 : *S-:9 (o............... :. paper, The Times. She understoodlart.
Cr h .-ter agent for Mary e had been reared in Boston andj she
Cihe.ter.................E ha'fof TC Lot 38 Si o4 ...................... ........4 02 had studied abroad.
*ph Miller.......... ... ... ar T C i.oI 54,5 ..; 4. Ie in- eI a r
Snine at the ne orner of lsaid lot "When the article on our colleItion
an! tilmaonth 75 feet. thence w
174)feet, thence n 7 feet and appeared, what was our Vrror to read
thence e 170 feet to the place of that each picture described had been
Mein dr Mr i ***** ................. ....... ............... 10'hanged' by a man who made a ispe-
illiami estate .........T C.Lots52, 53. 54 and t5. s -,9 clalty of putting up paintings. I My
C 'o ......................................... .... .......... 17 f husband was teased into a fit of :neu-
lanetate .............2 fen t If h- s.. ide of TC Lots 70 ralgia the next day by his "hipago
and 7T 1 ~ o'4............................................. .. 7 acquainta ees, w o expressed their re
W. A. DRMILLY. Vax Cllector gret that all his paintings bad betn

V From Monday to Saturday-at every
turn in the kitchen work-a Wickless
Blue Flame Oil Stove will save labor,
time and expense-and keep the cook
cunfor table. No bulky fuel to prepare
or carry, no waiting for the fire to come
up or die down; a fraction of the expense
of the ordinary stove. A

"'Vr!v well." replied Squire Murray.
"'V.'hil you're at it I'll slip down in
Murray Bros.' Iand havi, a drink with
Lock wood. lBut I'll be baek before you
The squire andn Mr. Lock wood wpnt
out. The squire was in search of the
spirit of the lnw at their root of the law.
Mr. Lockwood thinks they had a drink.
On the stairs, half way back to t!-
courtroom, with the echo of Rcekwitlh's
voice sounding inj their ears. the sqnir;'
"Lockwood." said he. "you've won
your 'ase."
Then thl'y wv.'r: in 'w l l] hoi.';'e T;',k
with finish s'm !m ina tit. -BlTffialo Ex
Pr es".
M dtlodite:n! Pnnctnuion.
Sp:kin: ii o1 \V. Ii. ("(Co Harveyv.
a Chica-' o imn.i .s;liil:
"An amntsll. i'c hwidn' .t)ok p|I;i-
whihl lel:i rvy v ;is a diitor per Which heI publlisih(d in ('li--a:_..,
IHarveyv. in talkili t .o otn' e ,I it', i: ir;
ners, took ext.'-tioni to tihe IIw:r! r
punctuation ill t i lpaper :Thre.,. !sint
enouilgh punetl.tion.' Ih- c: !pl:iii,'ld.
'ntd ('oin doesn't look right with,,ut it.
There ou.hlii to be a comma n;!e in':i 9,
often. then so often a <)u!oui. a:nd all
the. rest. Don't you think so'' lie .-woiunl
up appealingly.
"'I do. indeed,' heartily replied the,
partner, who was not wholly devoid of
humor. That's a great Idea of yours.
* Harvey. If I were you,' he suggested,
'I'd draw up a rule to that effect.'
"Harvey, thought it over, and the
thought cok Aided Itself. The next
day, therefore, a rule reading some-
what as follows was posted in -he of-
fice of Coin: 'Hereafter it Is the rule of
this office that articles appearing in the
columns of this paper must be punctu-
ated as follows: Every 12 words shall
carry a commla: every three lines a
semicolon: every four lini-s eolon: evW
ery five lies : I prid; ,x'l-:Iniiation and
question !n:-rks :: iv ) -. : ;;'-< ;s hereto
for- Thl" **,!*, ;; ;" *;:..- p-,,, -r w ;'


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"s vdW *tte bataefs t hat mmny cm buy.

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FL-I Freight nd Luxurious I's-senger T~ute to New Vork, Rtio-tn and tho. Ea~t. I
.,S ort'-Rail Rije to Savannah.
1IiJC. -MA- Via aI:Itial express stenoisbiijas sailing from Savaumnih. F1
W34. l'161's 'IIIweek to Newi o4I, niak iiieb) ('onne'ti)ctionI with I
N~ew Y ork-Bostoni 1hlps)', or Sound imeriits.4

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Schedule Ellecive April l 21, 1901.
N I 'I'll & '44'. *44 : ; : 7 -,t,1 il-:K'N I IIl N.% :7 7 1 ,
Lv .i kstiii ... .. I t 7 4 p ,, v .A i -o...i u .. .... .. . .1 tp
\r F. V rnatiii.;i .. .......11. a .r .4s t Ar i. aI in ....... ........ 44 Op
.r :v. -rett .. .V o! 1 (m I p -. Ar \VW .!do. .. .... ..... .I 15 l.N p
Ar .-av i!iaii ...... ... 5 ,o .......
Ar Fairfa.x .. ....... ii .... \r e,la r Key' ........ ......... ; .
\r -nnimark ..... ; 2 ; I .v. [ Ar.--l\ r rii.-.... ... ... I l' ,. ...
Ar l ii; .......... .. i .- 4 : a: .... Ar (-tlua .... ....... .... .... : 14 I)a
'r Cam n t .' .:7 1 .; t4- ;.; Ar .\Viiltwee ... ... ........ 14
Ar Southern Pines. '*:t ii ...: r .teA-l.ut .. .... ...... :2 i : laa
\ It, halig!, .................122 .1I Arlav\ar'. ....... .......... ..... 21 ia
r l'ort.mnouth ...... ..... .7 a ;:| .I. r ir ir;iiio ................ I 4 4. I a
... t ... .".. 4 5
Ar i lniond.... ... 4 ; ; I Ar iiter 'Park ...... ... ;....... ..
%r \w a-hlni iOn ......... .. S 4 3: .9:01ii .... r lr il>- (tCiv.. ... ......... ..... :, :{ C a
%r Baltim ore ............. a 1 : 5, \r Plant ( l .............. ... 4 1 I a
Ar Plhilaliephia.... ... 12 7 .2 2 .' 15a
A. ... .... .. :S .. 1 ,I
A-' ...... V..r1 5 ., 1 ;M.... aUii..a' 0 n it 4I,
tl *3. r. ,,. ... I 1; -nriv.- ot,tivello 3 15. Lie tak -1.44. like
Lv Jack.,liville l ................I.I; ":L Ii 90(ir 'ity .5.27 .Jack-o ille 7.2-5 p. m. 1. 4 *iig
Ar I ake Citv...... ...... ; :S pi 11 le -"T leaves .T l'ahnseve 4:15 a. m.. arri ing
Ar Live Itak.......... .... .. j ... ') II s p11 .i a ksi-.ville 101.,15 a no. i
tr M.adi-on ..... .......... ...i0 14I p "p *No. (IW leaves Jack-onville ldalU at
Ar Mo,. li.iil ... ..... Ii a. : l., 1:'25 p mT., arrives F+rnal.dinaI -):.0) p. m.
Ar Tallaha-sce ..... ..... .. 1201 ;:;:tt; 'er-
Ar Qui ny.......... ............. .. 4 2 pI land Houte steamers, leaving Fenaunlini ::;0
Ar RiiverJunmliot .. ... ... .... .5 lp p. m. daily except sunday, arriving Bruini ick
. r Pen-acola........... lE p ":()p m.
Ar Motl ........... .... ... ..... 3g +lA.-ave Fernandina for Jacksonville7:40 .m.
Ar v.w "rlha',..... ..... ... .........i 7 :;p and :40p mi
.--- -- .- -.. ~...- at Jacksonville from the Nort and
-. a-t. No. 27. at :: a. m.: No. 31. at 3:: p.
n.: No. : at::;u p. in. Frim the Wet, .12,
at 7:2 p. n.; No. 4. a; M a.& m. r i the
,>i,'il N 4.1.' P : N ):ov '.-=. ; No 6 at :: 'I.a

=I raili No. 4-1, the f lot ica m ud h I ii' iI o~ttin I 1111 it',t, i-ti It1led truij lIelite.', .1:ck-oi
aind New 1terk, via Mhit-in adi nda iAliiigltj1.'ii itlihi tr~iv ig rmom, d
and ol*-ervalioii cvirs.Day -oat-he- -tleveei 3 j. J'k' onill.' andtWa-.dnagtjun. -'Tr.dn!- 31
4 1 e.-arrv Pullman BulleAt s.-ep;iii ear- I.'ctwie ~inek nivvill, atndlTampa,~
No. 66. Floridna nd Atlantie' Iar-t Mc.ii. scji I v ies'ici'd uati. I-uimi-tiiig of tn ~nh"
lmitggag-e and exir~uetsars beivvet-i Jackuaav4ile unid W~itshimigtoll, and P'ullmianisle-ep -r b. 1
Jacksonville aidn)New York. 4 -
Steamers for Kt!y Wftt and IHav~atia--Lrai~b port fTuiainujA ~za3,r;, Tiue4dauw ndl I hur-
Ill I
Nosc. 2 anid 1, gli'el'er hbetween New 0rb3a1'aD%% J .ack-o-,vllle.
Full informati4i at City' Tif'kemtilfE.-.'b% H R '. lop~kifs, Agent.
V. E. M' ISEK, I it. F. IJ IPtNcH, A. 0. Matlii)N ELI,%
to LU Gen'l sujk., Get. i1w%-.Agent. As.t. (rem. kI a, Agi
F orthdi~out'l,Vj J JUwio-ovitll

you must have Potash. Carrabelle, Tallal

Fertilizers containing

at least 8 to io% of

Potash will



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F. Stop on migual for pimeengen.
Conintu.itMoj-At Jallah&iwe with tains oQ 8. A. L. As Carrabelle with Apalachicola .ste 4
At &palachicola with hiver itmeamen.
U s. mail steamer Cre-cent City will leaviv _Alptaehlcola daily at 6:30 a.m. n eturnlinleT
Carrabellc"tIy, 11.00 a. I F. W. ATUOw. Gte. Pas. Agt.. Tallahaee. il.


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uorN, Th.i: is the t!irA s;i 41,,- o r less he deposits a certain sun-it .
negotiations. -Littie by litthi ticch yields $20.000 for a lieutenant and I-comes of it .:.1 there va.-; a gil- for blacks.
to the other. li'iially, often after gradually less for each higher grade- "'I allhi' up::;n thle young woman
months of delay. thie contract is drawn .th -the- authorities. the income of from oistiGn and a-'.ed hlovv she had
up with minute specifications by a which is doled out to him semiannual. maj i, such a blundei. She wn.s in an
notary. and tl,'n the lovema .itng may ly. This is in reality putting a priev on agonized fame of mind .nd protested
beg;n. Tliht cou'tship is very circum- the man. because the greater nuuiber that she didn't write it handedd.' I was
scribed and is probably not altogtolher of German officers are very poor and sure she didn't. Then came the ex
satisrfacory. for the German ima;ken is can get the money required only from planation. A few weeks before there
a romantic creature. and the opportuni- their brides. had been an execution in the Chicago
ties she has for getting acquainted The money which a wife brings to .ail and Mr. Storey's ,'eperters wrote
with her husband before marriage are her.husband. unless there is an express that the man was 'hung.' Mr. Storey
very meager. notarial stipulation to the contrary. be- was furious and issued an ord6r. so I
The parental supervision is so Inbred comes absolutely the husband's proper- heard, that henceforth editors, report-
In the nation that even the government ty. Woman in the eye of the law has ers copy readers, printers and proof-
takes a hand in it with its servants. A practically no rights except such as her leaders must write and set up and
German army officer is a splendid crea- husband may allow her. He treats her read 'hanged' for 'hung.* The rule was
ture to the eye, but his pay is very very often as merely a piece of live inflexible. The young woman who
small, ranging from a matter of $5 a stock. If the woman rebels, which she wrote of our collection used the word
week for a lieutenant to $50 a week does very rarely, he displays a very 'hung' throughout her article and Mr.
for a full fledged general. In order to short temper and an aptness for wield- Storey's rule was enforced. But as
prevent the possibility of seediness in lng a poker or a walking stick in a unie lon.g as we lived in Chicago we were
appearance or style of living the gov- for which they were never meant always known as "that New Yor!
ernment forbids an officer to marry un- In a German newspaper one may 41. family who had their paintings exe-
ways find a column devoted to matri- euted.'"-New York Sun.
monial announcelnents. There is So
romance in these advertisements. The the SqalIre and the Summing I[p.
1man tells how much money hlie has asd At a lawyers' dinner in idufTalo one
how much he wants. Tilthe woman of the best stories tili was of Squire
names Iwr dowry. to the very pfennkg. Murray. wh, weiAhd :i10 pounds and
Very often the man has no mnioney ait who w:as lrn in 1l:',I:ld. was in the
all and expresses his desire to marry whisky ,,i::. h.dre and held his
into a iusai:ess. hbut the woman knows coul-I :n th, "" r T, courtroom
that it is useless to advertise at all tin- w:. I. : et:t r, .i in Irelhnd. The
I less she has some money. if it amour~ts fi-o.: the floor.
only to $1i30 or so. which may be '.:' :k reached to the
.garded as the lowest sum worthy or '" I ;:s of the room
consideration as a mitgift i r. L('kwood and
On the other hand. it is the woman's .vr verI trying out a
privilege-to name the calling which she :' r. There was no
prefers the man should follow. She sO'. 11" t!! squire Iatued.
usually chooses an official clPrk or por- to sun up?" he asked.
ter, a policeman or a car conductor, all l l :l ithl your hlionor." smid1
of whom have tenure of office and an .--.. wh. advis'e s young law-
old age pension. She has more of an "tI .k liah e nise :nd friendly
eye to stability than to ambition. ,' r. h,,n'h to do likewise.
It is in the so called higher classes of "i uup." said .tid.' Beckwith.

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This picture is the trade mark of
SCOTT'S EMULSION, arnd is on
every bottle of SCO(rT'S FTMUL-
SION in the WVorld, which iow
amounts to many n ;i:lions yearly.
This great business has grown to
such vast proportions,
First;-Because the proprietor:
have always been most careful iti
selecting the various ingrediecm1
used in its conilxsition, namely:v
the finest- Cod Liver Oil, and the
purest Hypophosphites.
Sicond:-Because they have so)
sFiIlfully comlni:ed the varnot-
i-"redients. that the V-t Issiile
results are o'btaincd byv its a-e.

Thirg='T;Ucau-c i't 1as made so
r^.-.ny sic ,. -el;c'ate children
s-0ong1 and"Ity, givenn lihealthl
and rosy check L i > -n many pcle.,
anaemic irl., b .,, l-' ak.d the lun<-s
and retsor-d to fijii .:.tli, so ialny
thousandd; itn the stages of
wTf .

ii you nave rot trmie it. seI lfor tree sampiiclt,
its agreeable inste winll surrrise -m. After meals you should have sim-
SCOTT & L:oWNF., Ccaniits.
09-4L5 Pearl street. :,-, York. ply a feeling of comfort and satisfac-
'*c. and $i.oc; all ruggis., tion. You should not feel any special
indications that digestion is going on.
.. If you do. you have indigestion, which
We hear that Messrs. Moffit Bros.. mars' not-digestion. Th's may be the
capitalists qf North Carolina, who were beginning of so many dIngerous dis-
in the city during the past few days, eases, that it is best to take it in hand
have completed arrangements to at at once and treat it with Shaker Di-
once commence the building of a large gestive Cordial. For you know that
lumber mill on the St. Marks branch indigr-stion makes poison, which
of the S. A. L. causes pain and sicknelss. And that
hP.-ker's Digestive Corfial hlers di-
Mr. George G., Gibbs, proprietor of gestion and cmres indigest on. Shaker
tue Tallahassee Nurseries, about one Digestive Cordial does this by pro-
mile northwest of the city, sent into viding the digestive materials in
our office a forage plant, new for this which the sick stomach is wanting.
section of the country. Its technical It al':o tones up antd ilren'gtens the'
name is Lne spotted medick, commonly digestive organs and makes them ner-
knowi as the Calitornia burr clover. fectly healthy. This is the rationale
The specimen sent us measured fully 3 of its method of cure. as the doctors
feet in height and was of a most lux- would say. Sold by d'ruwists, price
uriant growth. A fiema of that during 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle.
the winter months would settle all
question of a winter pasture, and be o- James MeArthur, a fpw nights ago,
incalculable value to the dairyman and robbed his colored companion, J. A.
stock-raiser. Whidden, at the Seaboard Air Line de-
pot, and escaped. Sheriff Iawkkns.
We see by the Thomasville papers at Live uak. apprehended and brought
that young Mr. Doss. who was recently him to Tallahassee Thursday night.
tried in the Thomas county Superior McArthur was tried Friday before
Court on the charge of murdering 'Judge Whitfield, and given sixty days.
young Sims last Fall, has been ac-
quitted. This will be of interest to Capt. Lewis has announced h.s se-
many of our readers throughout the election of the new non-commissioned
county, as Mr. Doss was closely con- oltcers of the Governor's Guards,
nected with some of our best citizens. which will be found in another column
of this issue.
The beum t iaro th-tia ar.. inst faver.l- The Governor's Guards presented a
pneum iap the system wr.ith H s S I- fire anearance Friday afternoon in the
ing up the system wit4i jo,"s S ,'A-p s
ril!a procession.
Dr. Jesse H. Mabry. son of Judge M. During the- stm-l.ur -- a-< ,. ;cr'ils
A. Mabry, is one of the recent gradu- c me up ni u-~ us xv. crt-eli.i: i.)u s'iou'd
ates at the University College of Med- h. pr.ipar. l f icine, Richmond, Va. He has many k;rd. as ht-eiprwvi-e yo; will s-.i -r a;.p,ny

iriends in this city, whio will be glad to for i(mirs. K.-'e-, i i) .. tlko t. '.in K.'I-i
hear of his success. He has been corn- I!iaod'y ;nit g.1 !:;. A io ..Ir,.- i-lr., Ii the
plimented with an appointment in the wr-p r. it wil suipr-u.. y::: .8w
Virginia Hospital. Dr. Mabry is a q.-uck *: rel'f 4 i i c ,t n A" ,I stt:i -
young man of stainless character, and u-s. tlior. iin .1t '1.' P:in-;' [v'. I'.-:'r
gives promise of a useful career. 1.:v .s'. l' i: <- 2. i's ;i ,0 "'rt .)

Your Best Work Capt. it. B. Lutterloh will build a
newo dwelling, the conr.ract for whi--h
Cannot Ir. ,ilonw n,:,:e-s ,VTi h:.' :* ;id n uias ibeen awarded to Gilmore & Davis.
without pur, hi-id Yu may h:%va 1 ,'lr. Thomas 1. Hall -me up from
pure hi-.,od i v talric Ht ,,l'. ars sp r:l; tS ...n gs th.s cuf..
Peow. Y41, r"r:,ot if:r>%' t .Springs this week.
will 'im I:.k-
-llg (, toil yti~ l ;-,: u \" iel. ,i'i" ,.- Mrs. R. L.. Parmley and childr2n.who
-ijgit to ]d3",,y,: s:,,4 h. h. kly it wi;I have socint the winter here, left for
give you a a plet'm. str,,th :a I -Iv .r -ra, ., on Fria. M. e
MAI .I <,I rlu.,uati.iu,, altan Itr \Villr. s :omraniisd them. r:d
scroula be the gizat .of Mis. Parmlcy during
the sun.mmer.
Ali riverr ills are I,:.- I hy i,:, 's Pills.
25 c-l t-. A Wn nderfai Di~covery.
xtev. J. B. Loy, who has been attend- The ,tst quarter of a century records
ing the Missionary tonferen.ce mn New many wonderful discoveries in wredicine,
Orleans, stopped over yesterday, after- but nnee that have ae(.,cmPlis',el o;wre for
oion l -ns jis wi sotiiiity tIn m that steriiig old !,'msehold
noon w-.a his wife .or a short i-isit to remedy, Browns' Iron Bitters. It seems to
their Tallahassee frienus. Mr. Ley, contain the very. elements of minl health,
who was for four years the much loved and neither man, woman or chiWl can take
pastor of the Methodist Church in this it without deriving the ionetit.
place, has many frienus here who were Browns'Iron Bitters is sold by LI1 deaer.
delighted to. greet their old pastor
again. Miss Sarah Raney and Master Lamar
i Raney have returned from a two-
HOW'S THIS? weeks' visit to Atlanta.
We offer One Hundred Dolars Re- Mrs. Wmin. N. Sheats, who recently
ward for any case of Catarrh that can visited her daughter, Mrs. Win. Harper
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Davidson, of Quncy, is back again at
F. J. C.AENEY & homeCo
Props.,. Toledo, fo. o
We the undersigned, have known Fred. C. Moor, a student of the Uni-
F. J. Cheney for the last i51 years, varsity of Marylan, Bali more, is
and believe him perfectly honorable home on his annual vacation.
in all business transactions ind fin- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Barnes, of Vic-
ancially able to carry out any obliga- toria, Tex., are here for a short so-
tions 'made by their firm.

IfL b1r..fLa CCLt. *U-&IV--,IL-AoJ
was called Tuesday afternoon and the
matter of sprinkling the streets was
discussed, and it was decided that what
w is most needed was an up-to-date
sprinkling cart. Our two hardware
merchants, Mr. L. C. Yaeger an(. Gil-
more & Davis Co. were requested to
write for prices oL such a cart at once.
As soon as the prices arrive, the cart
will be purchased at once, and dusty
streets will be a thing of the past.
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.), the
famous Southern blood purifier,
quickly cures cancer, blood poison,
pimples, boils, scrofula, carbuncles,
ulcers, eating sores, scrofula, ecze-
ma, aching bones, joints and skin
troubles.. B. B. B. heals every sore
and makes the blood pure and rich.
B. B. B., the finest blood purifier
made. Druggists, $1. Trial treatment
free by writing Blood Balm Co., At-
lanta, Ga.
Captain W. D. Ballantyne, of Fer-
nandina, was in this city this week,
much to the pleasure of his many
friends here. The captain and ex-Gov-
ernor Fleming came up in the interests
of the Confederate Soldiers' Home, in
Jacksonville, for which a small appro-
priation is asked from the Legislature.
The request is so modest, only a matter
of two thousand dollars, that it ought
cerLainly be granted by our solons.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
brorchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Arnionk, N. Y., "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had Consumpt;on in
an advanced stage, also used this
wonderful medicine and to-day she is
perfectly well." Desperate throat and
lung disease yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs and
Colds. 5b)c and $1.00 bottles guaran-
tee by all druggists. Trial bottles free.
Gadsden county nas been having a
hot primary contest over the question
of fence or no fence for several weeks
past. At the primary lasL week the
fence side won by a good majority.
If Gadsden farmers should ever try the
no-fence law once they would never do
away with it again. We of Leon
county do not see how we could pos-
sibly be able tgo back to the old sys-



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Mrs. Dennett Mays and son, of Mon-
ticello, came to tae capital Thursday
with her husband and ;attended the
memorial exercises on Friday.
Mr. Chas. A. Clark, of iowa, is a re-
cent tourist visitor.
Mrs. J. E. Rain, of Oleioland, O..who
spent t.-e winter with Mrs. E. T. Wil-
liams, left for home on i,'r.ay.
Three shad were caugh.F at St. Marks
is week. They were a new variety,
unknown to the fisnermep there. They
were sent un here. Fish Uomm.ssioner
i-.on. joan Y. Detwiler anid Gen. David
Lang promptly declared them to be
shau about one year old.,

Just received. Carload Reapers,
Binders, Mowers, Rakes.l etc. Give us
a call. We cannot be undersold.
Gilmore f i.,avis Co.
Gilmore & Davis Co. are head-
quarters for all kinds of Harvesting
Gi more & Davis Co. :sell the cele-
brated Deering Mowei's, Binders,
.akes, etc. The best in the world.
Grain Cradles, IMcCorinick Mowers,
rieapers ano Binders, Rakes and Grain
Cradles and a full stocA:of repairs for
the above, at Yaeger's.
McCormikl Mowers, tue best in the
world, at 1eger's.


(ard-;Vzct I "e11 f), t-m e-


inifcbntva-te-r Gajte
Pl'anr.-ed fzjr 1Hcy--F YG-,

TO 3 IE P L OD AT '17?L

Feet [ C:V i omt 'I IIIo'n, D"o- 5a;o:"Z
Supported bY ep-rcmi'se cf s-ever:al
Of tile '-:li.;t d G f Uh- eUnltc'.
States th'at ;biex r om'y for its'
COII)"tiflShall I,. f(41 icoltlill
coiilliitt(ee Of Cth0 :IL-::uua, :i.ociatiozi of
the Uni*ted Sl stt.'s N 'A:!Cad(emy 11a
hai ~ii1c-deojjij. jd 'U' jut' a t'olo' LC0-S
Sal fuava:l :!11,1d *tmei ~:t to be
erected alt i -- :. t~ery.- u New York,
says TheI;- 'r -
Tbes-e phi::n; ,r ftx :a water -ate
alnd aret-hof v. hi. t .t,)cl. t'mt-1tar.
ly a I-nillion tlU ',r of the
masureq~uu' ~- i.Li .LI2!. ~ it will
tower l`5 fx-t 1:1 aat
Aeccodin.'; to Vri t ',-vojamuin. the

WL11 lie locav'l l' 2 h e sa nt of the
Blattetry at th- ifo;,t (1 Ilroiul~-av. so
thaVt 1t1."ot(;p of t:1. 411 air:.g'awill b-
visiblel~i 0:i t ba*(,L( as 1':r north~

abot ::i 'c'~1: -thle Lay. In*!:sdL of
tVt'.;.e t'o w::'11s %.T!h 4!i a,.'y a%~-
;1mg .1 ialudi!ez 17");' 'a wide,
alt which vi-:it~il-Z 12i:''.c-n he
received. Gtv:'t-at w'je of Nwflte
Iflarlule will le'! to th :i'L
Tinlat r w: e i wl ~eof
:Pure Wizvh ub 'ha '- L f1eAt
-hal by L.I:-1co-It :c ; :l 19meL thick.
CiAc-issal i'ursof .1,;;-n Pl'.I Joucs

front. Bo(1leui !I Ut: !;"' N!.1 It tla'irfa-
moois ot'.'er:;to *1 lucr 4!?xIh:`:*;'1k.0
flag; weilaxc:i't h:fui o !1"'.
-md "Daui nthe u.- GsI(o:U-''
At the rear,. t-:- 1-mbu llb
situilnir f';1*'-.ase r f (um~ :' ,: i -t:y
aadt (':iu,tai'mLn ::v-:-e, 'i ,the' iui-

s(.ri;ptiolt;. "V.' lihave m-t tihe ,:':,y.
and they ;ire ours." ::il "i'ii' ;;ive
up the ship." l-.ide the ;rc-h, four
on each side. will be statues o fi':amous
naval comnai;It!(ers.
Great seals of the Un:t( d ;'t:.1es will
adorn the irunt. Thie ia's of the state
and city of New York will be a;i-sed at
the back. On the side wi;l be tLhose of
the u.nvy ai;l of the Naval acdemy.
Tablets It':ilriiie the naiut'-s of famous
naval coIman el-r.S will ;e secured to
tlit uipp"r part over the arch. On the
inztnr summit will be eublazont'd in
nve;:t ch;-actt:-s. **To the Navy." From
I:;' r:-;:r a wide marble walk of road
linld with statues will extend to


rIwrorx r~t-eui iNr~iift i' eoft( itx unmracin- OU lt'ul-
jug lots an~d truck farms all coil ig utit atidaijel 4-
sirahlel. Apply to IV. W`. McIj-_'RF

Ii land. on :L.uke :icl~soui, ou il ile of lake
4 1-tf W. W. MchIIFF.U
D E-111lABLEtE.II:N'.s(NV lW
naild *M(t'art!iv streets Warehlouse anid
urh~s, amnd IA)1g GroVe Atulitjr-n. Willt I he sod at
a ltiapmai. -WI. IV. mvl~fit-F.
_I-XER A'.of thiemo-t promilltmet r'-iotem v*usi
Stile vitv- onCafiaoutmmm 1iwl ,l'imt'ol trect_'
UmmsurpisedltMe rbzim- c C(IVIlic. or -e -ia
-imiroiiiiaiimg~. Su~h ;is at,( not oil Cime market for
a Iifetiiiv* For tem mn, I~ry it N 'i ai mt

me c-lot to a w~hoie* 1 C.] .fr.1,n~.1 I
~.M, 0!' mll.U;.011 Which anpzti' vii n\t;dl:
,tow inl oixratioim 1~2 jitr cvit. lneL Apip'y tc, 'W.

Ft'(i!'il lit i;lj.- Lopi'"gGroxw- Lot-.-
0RI, 'AY.--G in I thrmc- room ceftt:mi-e on ivee-t
encd of .ici'-crzon kteet, azippy 1, W. L
Atm:10 -itA
i '.N armii a.m50) arcs tic- 'i.c t r 0
F lmIe*S oijth lo1 0:I.&-. ill- 1hmi
:in.1 furitrcm. m ix m~cio pc:,r- al pivtIi*-v-. old
Cet. Nlh-. .. 1 l'.. M m-u For ri-fertune see

P south Bo~ulevard sue, t.
A PP!I 'ATION will be made to the CircuitS
t1. umge vi, the *2-5-tni'ay o.0A: %, 11. 4)1 or a
Ii :ter ior the Me-r~ .% ill -oviety. FT1 e olljcc(t--
of wilmi-A hu'haIxbe he came ,.f it. sick aum'lthe --
- uialm oIf t- deat. EDjWARDII[, tP.T0N.


To tlio'e in search II
of first-class. IL 1I



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Die; ..


Our stock is complete,
and you hi@ve the ad-
vantage (f our expe-
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In helping you select what
is best suited for your
wants. We are not mak-
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AlIin -IV';liv Of, fliMoMAmc -. i. o:'r
the bl~ 1. s. T: i,- 1 :.,I?;* '-'_ 1p
lthe oil)'wjil- Xitre s s hi : .1 .
v ;41c 4 c. iIfwb' l and II, l:mo:i ,.,,.
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is unusual with "Five-Cent cigar a

smokers," but it has been the every- *

day experience of hundreds of thou- 9

sands of mtrn who have smo ed

Old Virginia Cherootsj

during the last thirty years, because: .
i !e
they are just as good now-in iact,

better thaT when they were first made. a

ITrce hundred ilhon Old Virginia Cheroots smnoed this
year. Ask 'our own deler. Price, 3 for 5 ccnts. 6




architects and Builders.


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drss'-ed lum-
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ivgs, stair
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porch columns, brackets, mantels. grili, l.icv
ments, and turned atid scroll work of every d.-- .
irne and Cement fr sale.

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will receive prompt

oark to be First-Class in

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:t south of county jail.

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