Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00080951/00044
 Material Information
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 9, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00044
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
lccn - sn 95047416
 Related Items
Preceded by: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

Downloads
Full Text

i rv *


4F


I



V


WEEKLY


ENTABLI -HED 1881,
IN C. TRICE. Publisher and Proprietor.


CKSOYVILLE'S FIRE


LLLAHASS EE FLORI.)A. '1U ILSDAY, MAY
-'*^


F'
I


9. 1901. .


most the Whole City is in

.Ruins of the Flames



TENSE SUFFERING THERE


rompt KR;icf is Sent by
Jennings.


Governor


The greatest lire in the history of
Florida, e not in tne whole South, oc-
currea in Jacksonville last Friday, by
wuich almost the entire city was com-
pletely destroyed. One hundred ann
thirty blocks comprising by far
the largest and best portion of the res-
iden..- and business sections of the
city, were completely wiped out, and
-day are a mass or ruins. The prop-
erty loss is estimated by the leading
business men to reach into the mill-
ions-a conservative estimate being
between twelve and fifteen millions.
The loss of life, which would have
been appalling had the fire occurred
at night instead o0 at mim-day, was
not very large, but it is now known
that some fifteen or twenty persons
have lost their lives from the fire or
by browning in the river, into which
they cast themselves to escape the de-
vrouring flames.
Beginning in the north-western
eetion of the city, in the Cleveland
Ibre facLory, corner of Beaver and
West Davis streets, the flames ate
their way- to the eastward, spreading
orth ana south to tne river front At
first confined to a few houses in the
B eigbborhood of Cleveland factory, a
strong, warm wind blowing from the
oth-west fanned the flames and they
n began to spread from house to
-house with a rapidity inconceivable to
any one but an eye-witness. Burning
bhingles flying through the air started
mew fires in all directions, and soon the
.doomed city was a mass of roaring,de-
eouring flames.
For ten long hours the brave firemen
ht without hope, but at 8 o'clock
ti., the wind calmed down and they
enabled to get it under control.
nce was sent by the fire com-
es from all the neighboring cities,
eluding Savannah and Tampa; the
thus secured saving the city from
annihilation.
The burned district, commencing at,
4et Davis street, goes east as far as
B ean' creek, and north as far as
Laroline street down to the St. John's
river.
Of the old city only twelve blocks:
.escaped, forming a square in the-
south-west portion of the business sec-
tion, being bounded on the north by.
Adams street and on the east by Laura.
All of Bay street and the river front.
east of Laura was consumed.
A list of the public buildings con-
sumed comprises every bank but one
in the city, all the churches, the county
court house and jail, the Windsor, St.
James, Arlington, Glenwood aind
Nooney's Hotels, the opera house, the:
armory, the Elk club, the Jacksonville
Telephone Company, the city building,
all of the schools and a long list of:
others too numerous to mention.
At about 8 p. m. the wind died down
and afforded a blessed relief. The'
flames had lapped up everything in
their way from the Cleveland factory
to the Duval street viaduct and back
on Bay street to Laura, where the fire
. was gotten under control and did no
further material damage.
The next morning broke on a mass.
of smoldering ruins where a few brief
sours before had been a happy, pros-
perous city. Fifteen thousand people
were homeless and were only too glad
to have escaped _4e terrible conflagra-
tion with their dies, having lost all
but the mere clothes on their backs.
The catastrophe is beyond descrip-
tion. Such an utter destruction of a
city migut well cause the bravest
heart of her citizens to sink with dis-
appointment, but to-day, a week after
the fire, we find the citizens already
taking courage, and they have bravely
faced the future, and commenced the
task of rebuilding.
As usual in such cases of loss and
suffering, the American people re-
sponged at once, and from all parts
of the country assistance nas been
poured into the city. Up to to-day
over $50,000 have been sent to relieve
the distress and suffering, while cau-
loads of clothing and food have been
sent ififrom all sides.
The Secretary of ar at Washing-
ton sent army tents to shelter the
Snomeless people, and the ruined por-
tion is being fast converted into a
canvas city. .
ADJUTANT-GENERAL HOUSTOUN.
At half-past iu oelock Monday
morning, May 6, 1901, the death of
General Patrick Houstoun ocCUred
at his family residence, "T k~land,
one mile east of tls- city. Both
branches of the 1egldmr*ife qijourned


their session on the receipt of tie
S news of his death, and the next day
Passed resouUtiong aof Wp. on Rnl-
dKth. Alrth'ft^a flyptl# the
I vere put at halt mast. On every and


ber 27, 1837. His father and mother OUR CONTRIBUTION. Joint Committee introduced a bill in the relief of the distressed people. On
came to Talahassee while he was The Board of County Commissioners both branches of the Legislature to the convening of the Legislature both
very young, and hehas since lived met in their regular session Monday carry out the plans they selected, and -rances immediately made an appro-
lere. His personality was most and immediately appropriated the sum appropriating the above sum of money priatiti for the amount.
pleasing and attractive. He had a of $500 out of the county treasury for Tor the purpose. The bill was imme-
magnetism about him which drew all .e relief of the Jacksonville suffer- diately advanced to the second reading STATrE FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
classes towards him, and when once ers. The same evening, at a mass without reference to any committee.
acquainted with his manly, generous meeting at which were present the A large picture of the Capitol as it There will be held in Tallahassee
nature, mee acquaintance soon was representative business men of the will look when remodeled after the on Wednesday, the Lnth inst.; a Farm-
cemented -into closer friendship. In city, the following resolutions were plans proposed by the architect, was ers' Iostitute under the auspices of
appearance, he was handsome, both in unanimously adopted: placed on exhibition in the hall way the F orida Agricultural College.This
face and figure. His carriage was "Tunanimhe people of Tallahassee, in mass of the Capitol last Tuesday. It shows isone of ne series be.ng held in the
graceful; his manners courtly as were meeting this the 6th of May, have that the architect has left the main different counties of the itate, the
those of a gentleman of the "old heard wietingth deepest regret of May, have features of the present building intact first session of which was in Leon
school." When -ae Avil War broke astrous conflagration which on Fri- He .was added on each end wings 50x70 count organized a ago. The lcattle officore than
out he immediately volunteered, and day, ay 3, 1901, destroy ma ill feet,-and threestories high. In the a yea ago. The local oficrs of the
entered the artillery, being elected ion dollars' worth of pro i their second the wing on the Senate institite are Dr. W. C. obertson,ecre-
captain. His company, known s the sister cAs, Jacksoan iia, a in- ~ nd I-.. the Senate Chamber sident, and Mr. J. c Trice Secre-
"Kilcrease Artillery," did good service dered homeless and dst the eral ty. Te sessions will be under the
at the only two battles fought on thousands of hercitizens of Dr H. Stoe bridge of
Slorida soil, "Olustee" and "Natural Be it therefore resolved That theroom for theJusticon the college Experi
Bridge." Afterthewarheretiredtopeople of Tallahassee hereby extend while in the basement will be placed meant tian ie City who will
his plantation, to which he devoted their most sincere sympathy to the the State Chemist's office. The presenthave t known and succ ful ai-
almself uninterruptedly for many1 large" number of persons who have Senatd Chamber, Supreme Court rooms the tow atd succe ful agri-
years. At the solicitation of his many suffered severe loss by the terrible will be divided in various offices, to ac- cuturstsof the Late. sessions
friends and admirers throughout the over mmodate the offies now in the base- will b held, the first at 3 pm inthe
county, e beca a candidate in teconflagration which has swept over ment.m oces Court,; House, and the seco at 8 p.
county, lie became a candidate in the city of Jacksonville. meant CourheHos
1888 for the Senatorship of Leon Be it resolved further, That this The Representative Hall will be m. In the House of Represe tives at
county, and was elected by a large meeting heartily endorses the sub- placed in the norm wing on end, and the pital. Col. M. S. Dowden,
majority. At the convening of the scription fund now being collected by will also have galleries, while below chairman of Legislative co ittee on
Legislature he was elected to the Pres- the Daily Capital of this ~ity for the will be the Governor's and the Secre- Agric lture, will preside ov the for-
idency of the Senate. assistance of the distressed people of tary of State's office. The main east mer aId Senator Baker or ter over
He was first appointed Adjutant-Jacksonville and liberal s ontribu- and west entrance will be changed, ex- the litter. The practical nefits of
General by Governor Mitchell in 1893, tons to the fund thus being raise- are cept that the present wooden steps will fully acknowledged hery grev sessions
which position he held up to the day earnestly recommended be replaced with granite ones, and the fully acknowledged where sessions
of his death, having been re-appoint- Resolved, further, That the City Seal of the State will be placed over have been held. A promecent farm-
ed by each succeeding Governor. Gen- Council of Tallahassee be requested to the porches. The present narrow er of tis ounty recently te that
eral Houstoun married early in life appropriate five hundred dollars as stair-cases leading to the upper floor the institute held here last year was
Miss Martha Bradford, the daughtersoon as practicable for the relief of the will be replaced by one grand stair- worth $2500 to him. No far r or per-
o- Dr. edward Bradford, a large sufferers from the Jacksonville fre case, commencing at the center of a son interested in agricul I re-
sources of our State can no afford tri
planter living in the northern part of Resolved, further, Tha the action rotunda left open to the top of a misourc of opporState can afford theat-
.e county. His wife and four child- of ..e Board of County Commissioners new dome of graceful design replac- miss tae opportunity offe for hea-
ren survive him. His two sons have of Leon county in this day appropriat- lug the present disfigurement on the ing andch tweaking partublic is in the discussion
made Tallahassee their home, while ing lve hundred dollars: from the building. The interior will be re- to which the public is invi
his two daughters, Mrs. Perry G. Wall county treasury for the relief of the modeled and renovated, steam heat Program.
and Mrs. Ged. P. Raney, Jr., both re- sfferers from the Jacksonville fire is added, and new plumbing. Altogether AFTERNOON SESSION
side in Tampa, Fla. fully endorsed by this meeting." he plans if carried out will give the A ERNOON SESSION P. M.
he funeral took place Tuesday The next morning a called special State capital a building which will be Tree Planting, G. L Ta r, Presi-
afternoon, at 5 p. m., and in spite of meeting of the City Council was ac- up-to-.ate and in every way suitable to dent State Horticultural So4ty.
the inclement weather was largely at- cordingly held, and the sum of fve her dignity and importance, and that, Economy with Fertilizer, S..H Garts-
tended. The pall-bearers were per- hundred dollars was appropriated, too, at a maximum of cost of only kill, McIntosh.
sonal friends of the deceased. They and the same day a check for one $100,000, a cost so reasonable that no Discussion opened by Capt E. R Rose,
were Col. Raymond Cay, .Capt A. thousand dollars was sent to the re- taxpayer will have cause to complain. Kissivimee.
Shine, Hon. Fred. T. Myers, Mr. T. B. lief committee at Jacksonville, as the Florida and the Stock Indu '.ry, Hon.
lyrd, Mr. D. B. Meginniss, Jr., Capt. contribution of the city and county to FIRST AND FORjiMOST. W. H4 Cook, Pensacola. -
-.and MrT.axwell, Mr. John T. Dmy e distressed people. In the fiein of medicine is Hood's Sar- A .TERNOON SESSION-4` P. M.
and Mr. T. H. Randolph. Besionordes which many private sub- sapparilla. It possesses actual and un- Food Adulteration, Prof. 1. K. Mil-
In order to do full honor to the e- sriptions have gone forward, which, equaled merit by which it cures all Uis- ler. L* ke City.
mains of the departed, Governor Jen- ler. Lke Cty.
nings summoned CoL T. V. Kessler, A. together with the amount subscribed eases caused or promoted by impure Salt Sickness in Cattle, r. W. E.
D. C. Col. J. E. Lambert,Inspec through the Daily Capital, will amount or impoverished blood. If you have French, Daytona.
D. C.,eneral Col. .Frankmb ehilps, A.InspD.C., to several hundred dollars more. rheumatism, d Iia, scrofula or ca- Disussion opened by fon. Mr.
general, Col. Frank hilIs, A.D. DC.,Di ionoee.
Col. N. H. Harrison, A. D. C., members trrh you may te Hood's Sarsapa- Hend, of Lee.
of his personal staff, and the Chipley In the spring the birds are singing rilla and be cured If you are run down rew Oroducts of Old Res'rces, Dr.
Light Infantry, Capt C. B. Parkhlll, As they build their summer homes, and teel week and tired, you may be H. E., tockbridge, .ake C-y.
to attend the funeral.' Blades of grass and buds are spring- sure it will do you good. Question Box.
The procession headed by the Madi- ing,
son brass band, playing the dead O'er the mead the cattle roam. H ie favorite family cathartic is Atlanta, Ga., Nov 7, 1879.
march, was very impressive. *The cas- In the spring your blood is freighted Hood's Pills. Dr. C. J. Moffett-Dear r: I can-
ket was completely hidden by most Wv ith the germs that cause disease, not too strongly recom d your
beautiful wreaths and floral decora- r umors, boils, are designated THE GOVERNOR'S PROMPT AC- TEETrHINA ((Teething wder) to
tions, sent by loving friends. Behind Signals warning you of these, TION. mothers as one of the medicines
Lue bier the favorite riding horse of In the spring that tired feeling Knowing that the city authorities they an obtain for the ebilitated
the general was lead by a negro boy, Makes you every, duty shirk,- would be to a great extent powerless to and s ckly infants. I have it with
followed by a long line of carriages Makes you feel like begging, stealing, keep order and prevent the rough ele- very satisfactory results th past sum-
containing the pall bearers. Governor Rather than engage in work. ment from gaining the ascendancy, mer ith my child, and wh e we have,
Jennings, with his military staff and ut there's something known that Governor Jennings immediately sent to here ore lost a child or two from
cabinet, the immediate family and will a the scene four companies of State tee under other remedies, our
their large connection. Man, to health and vigor lead, Troops. A midnight special from Iree orese t child, that has takes TEETH.
In procession, borne by old com- You will find Hood's Sarsaparilla conveyed the Governor's Guards of this INA, s a fine, healthy toy. am, very
raues, waa the battle flag, wreathed in Just the thing you need. city to Jacksonville, where they joined lly,
ivy, which his regiment had followed the Suwannee Rifles of Live Oak; the A. P. BROWW, M. D.
so gallantly all through the Civil War. PLANS DECIDED ON FOR RE- Lake City Company and the Jasper (Brot er of U. S. Senator. and Ex-
The funeral was one of the largest MODWV TNG THE CAPITOL Company. The Governor also ap- Gove or Joseph E. Brow
ever held in Tallahassee The remains pointed Senator MacWilliams, of St. r
were first borne to the St. Jonh's Epis- The Joint Committee of the Senate AugPtine, Adjutant-General pro tern., AN
copal Church, and thence to the eeme- and House of Representatives, having who hurried to the stricken city and A URGENT APP
tery, where the last sad rites were per- the business of devltmng plans for the ordered Major Lovell, the commanding In ponse to an urgent from
formed. At the grave the military remodeling of the State Capitol, held officer, to declare the city under mar- Jac nville, the Anna Jae o Chap-
went trough with full the military a meeting Monday afternoon and ac- trial law. Other eomipentes have gone ter, D. C., will pack send a
honors asecorded to the high rank of cepted the design submitted by Arehi- since to assist the troops already there box clothing, food, and
the deceased, fring three volleys at eat F. P. Milburn, of Columbia, S. C In ptrollng the streets and guarding mo for dilbutiUon to a eWof the


VOL. XXI. NO 11 _


titled an act to amend Section 2634 of
Article 14, chapter 7, of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, relating to the
selling of liquors in counties or pre-
cincts voting against such sales.
Passed.
S. B. No. 152: To permit the filing o. "
creditors' bills without obtaining
judgment Passed
S. B. No. 168: To amend bectioni
of chapter 4406, Laws of Florida,' en-
titled an act supplementary to an act
to establish the municipality of Key
West, provide for its government and'
prescrie ts jurisdiction and, powers.
approved Aay 16, 1889, and to extend-
Lee powers of said municipality. -
Passed. 404
S, B. No. 156: To prescribe-the-com-
penation to be paid witnesses in the'
cout of county. Judges and Justites of
ne. Peace, and before soroaers on-an-
inquest of the dead. Passed.
S. -s No. 120: To amend 'Sectiodd
1821 of the Revised Statutes of thbee
State of Florida, relating- to indrti-
ane from Infants. Pawed:


LEGISLATIVE NEWS-



Abstract of the Daily Proceed

ings of Both Houses



TOLD IN A YERY BRIEF FOR1.


For the Convenience of Readers To(
Busy to Read the Journal.


SENATE, APRIL 29.
The Senate met pursuant to a(t
journment. The President in the
chair. The following Sen;ator
answered to their names:
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams.Baker.
Blitch, Broome, Butler, Cottrel..
Crews, Crill, Dimick, Harris, Kirk.
Law, Miller, Myers, McCaskill, M,:-
Creary, MacWilliams, O'Brien, Palmer
of 14th, Peacock, Rogers, Rouse,Whid-
den, Sams, Wilson of 4th, Wilson of
7th, and Wadswor.th-28.
INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. MacWilliams: S. B. No. 16:
Be it Resoived, That the Secretary
of the Senate, be and he is hereby
directed to communicate with the of -
ficials of the said Florida Coast Line
Canal and Transportation Company.
and request from said officials a re-
port, what work, if any, has been per-
.ormed or done by said canal com-
pany looking towards the completion.
of .the said canal since the first day o1.
June, 1899.
Adopted.
S. Con. R: Resolved, That the Sen-
ate, the House concurring, shall ad-
journ sine die on May 31st, aL 12
o'cloc.., noon. Laid over under the
rules.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. Peacock: S. Memorial No.
185: A memorial to the Congress of.
t_ e United States, asking an appropri-
ation for removing the. shoals from
the channel of Suwannee River up to
Lue town of Ellaville, in Madison
county. Referred to .Committee on
Commerce and Navigation.
By Mr. Law: S. B. No. 186: To pro.-
vide for the compensation of clerks of
the Circuit Courts ,or attendance on
Court, and for costs in all civil suits
Referred to Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. McCaskill: S. B. No. 187: Tc
promote good roads, declaring how
they shall be constructed, making
them systems of internal improve-
ment and drainage, authorizing
county commissioners to redeem land
sold for taxes, and purchase said land
advertised and sold for taxes and hold
and dispose of same solely in the. in-
terest of public thoroughfares in their
respective counties. ReierreN to Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Peacock: S. B. No. 188: Tc
require the owners of water-logged or
sunken logs .in the waters of the Su-
wannee River to remove the same
and providing a penalty for failure.
thereof. Referred to Committee. or .
Commerce and Navigation.
By Mr. Crews: S. B. No. 189: To,'
regulate the capture of fish in the
waters of the State of Florida, and De
protect the fish, and to provide penal-
ties for the violation of the provisions
of this act. Referred to Commmittee
on Fisheries.
BILLS PASSED.
B. B. No. 171: To extend the time
for the building and completion of the
South American and International
Rialroad. Passed.
S. Joint R. No. 116: Menorializing-
Congress to so amend the postai law'
as to extend the franking privilege to
members of the Legislatures of the re-
spective States. Passed.
S. B. No. 77: To amend the chair
of the city of Port Tampa. Passedl.
S. B. No. 92: To extend the time fe
beginning work upon the Pan-Ameri-
can Railway, and thereupon to con-
firm said railway all rights, powers,
privileges and grants heretofore con-
ferred upon the same. Passed.
S. B. No. 109: To provide a penalty
for selling liquors in counties or pre-
cincts voting against such sales, and
to repeal chapter 4746 of the Laws of
Florida, the same being an act en-


(
" i .


Ii.

I
I


V -




'a
V


81

AL

A


r &tvm -JIM N-a IvAl.





AL


'A












TEWEEdKLY TATJ1AAITASSERAWA THUR8DAkY, MAlt 99 1901.


I


,Irulda, i4yable to the edue tiongi
moo s14 ftor ithe purpose of
bonds already issued at a
lower rat4 of interest, and to provide
foer theLdisposlng ot the bonds and
Money now in the sinking funds of
rida. Referred to Committee on
-..Mdiary .
'By-Dermission, Mr. O'Brien intro-
dluced S.B. No. 193: To authorize the
elty of Pensacola to issue negotiable
-tonds for certain municipal purposes,
4and to provide a Board of Bond
rustees. Referred to committeee on
City and County Organization.
Adjourned.


HOUSE, APRIL 2I.
The House met pursuant to adjourn-
Inent. The Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to their
names.
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
-son, Bates, Blair, Blanton, Brown,
Buforu, Burr, Clarke, Close, Crawford,
'Corbett, Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Ful-
ton, Gornto, Harvell, Hendry, Hop-
kins, Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby, John-
son, Jones, McElroy, McGiffin, McRae
of Pasco, McRae of Putnam, Osteen,
Palmer, Parrish of Manatee, Raney,
Raulerson, Rivers of Columbia, Rus-
sell, Shomaker, Sledge, Smith, Spark-
man, Thomas, Whaley, Williamson,
Wiison Wolfe and Young-46.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. Gornto: A. B. No. 299: To
;amend Section 2639 of Article 15 of
'the Revised Statutes of Florida, re-
tAting to Sunday Laws. Referred to
'Committee on Judiciary.
*H. B. No. 300: To prohibit white
and -colored being confined or chained
together. Referred to Committee on
State Institutions.*
H. B. No. 301: fo prohibit the run-
ntng of freight and excursion trains
on 'Sunday. Referred to Committee
on Railroads and Telegraph.
H. "B. No. 302: To prohibit the skin-
ning of dead animals, such as cattle,
'sneep and goats, without the consent
ot the owner. Referred to Committee
son Agriculture.
.By Mr. Jones: H. B. No. 303: To
authorize the city of Pensacola to is-
:sue negotiable bonds for certain muni-
;cipal purposes. and to provide a
Board of Bond Trustees. Referred to
Committee on City and County Organ-
ization.
By Mr. Williamson: H. B. No. 304:
STo provide for the construction of:
sewers in the town of St. Petersburg,.
tae repair and maintenance thereof,
and for assessments against aoutting
property and the enforcement and col-
lection thereof. Referred to Com-
mittee on City and County Organiza-
tion.
By Mr. Clarke: H. ci. No. 306: For
the protection of birds and their nests
and eggs. Referred to Committee on
Game.
By Mr. Osteen: H. B. No. 307: To
prohib, any clerk of -.e circuit court,
or any tax assessor, or any tax col-
lector, in the State of Florida, from
speculating in real estate, or acting in
the capacity of real estate agent in the
State of Florida. Referred to Commit-
tee on Judiciary.
'Iy Mr. Hendry: H. B. No. 308: To
promote good roads, declaring how
,. ey shall be constructed, making
them systems of internal improve-
ment and drainage, authorizing
county commissioners to redeem land
sold for taxes and hold and dispose of
same, solely in the interest of the pub-
lic thoroughfares in their respective
-jcounties. Referred to Comm,-tee on
Pubile Roads and Highways.


Mood's Sarsaparilla
]"aa won success far beyond the effect
'ot advertising only.
The firm hold it has won and retains
upon the hearts of the people could
m ever have been gained by even the-
:most lavish expenditure of money..
-_Thc true secret of the popularity of
Rood's Sarsaparilla
Is explained entirely and only, by it-
an approachable MERIT.
MBased upon a pre.eription whicl:
cured people considere;d incurable.
-which accomplished wonders astonishb
iagto the mcdica! profession,
Hood's Sarsaparill.
Includes the concentrated values of tlit
>es-oivown vegetable remedies- such
M sarsaparilla, yellow dock, pipsis-
- .ewa, uva ursi, mandrake and dande-
2ion, united by an original and peculiar
combination, proportion and process,
,giving to
Hood's Sarsaparilla
_murative power peculiar to itself.
.its cures of mild and extreme cases
of 'ecrofula,. eczema, psoriasis, and
every kind of humors, as well as ot ca-
tarrh and rheumatism-prove it to be
thM best blood purifier ever produced.
Its cures of dyspepsia, biliousness,
aerbmsaelm, loss of appetite and that
tired feeling, make


.ood's Sarsaparilla
2)eyond question the greatest stomach
4onc, nervebuilder and strength-
wetore the world has ever known.
It will cure you or any one in your.
lgainly of ay of thee trouble
oan cam rely upon
Sfoode's Samr.parilla
s aa thbcighly good medicine. Buy
Bottle and begin to take it today.


quire and hold land necessary for such
purpose. Passed.
H. B. No. 123: To regulate the
turning of any wild woods, forests,
prairie, marsh or any and all lands
in the State of Flarida. Passed.
Adjourned.

SENATE, APRIL 30.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The President in the chair.The
following Senators answered to. their
names:
Mr. President. Messrs. Adams,
Baker, Blitch, Broome, Butler, Car-
son, Cottrell, Crews, Crill, Denham,
Dimick, Harris Kirk, Law, Miller,
Myers., MeCaskill. McCreary, MacWill-
iams, Neel, O'Brien, Palmer of 14th,
Peacock, Rogere, Rouse, Whidden,
Sams, Wilson of 4th, Wilson of 7th,
Wadsworth and Williams-32.
By Mr. Sams: S. B. No. 202: To
amend Section 582 of the Revised Stat-
utes of Florida, relating to tne per
diem of CountyCountyommissioners. Re-
ferred to Committee on Judiciary.
CONSIDERATION OF RESOLU-
TIONS.
8. Con. R. No. 12: Resolved, That
the Senate, the House concurring,
shall adjourn sine die on May 31, 1901,
at 12 o'clock, noon. Adopted.
| INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.


By Mr. Crill: S. B. No. 194: To an-
thorize the municipality of Palatka to
2 ri diissue bonds and. *n ..n*wA. ._ ...i.


I $ |





LA* & RANKIN DRUG CO.
AI 1ot recommem ltPs' Cm.
minativ te strongly. I amt .
I *we my baby's b if to.
1 earnestly ask all mother who
Iave sickly or delicate chbUwm J
to try *ea bottle ad ee what A
reslt will be. Respetfally,
Mau. LIZZIK MURRAl.
)Jhaea' Statiom. Ga.
MR

VA _Xso ah-a _



By Mr. Davis: H. B. No. 309: To
amend Section 2396 of the Revised
b,atutes of the State of florida,- de-
fining the crime of rape and forcible
carnal knowledge, and prescribing
punishment therefore. Referred to
Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Smith: H. B. No. 310: Re-
garding the making, staking and
buoying the Hillsborough River in the
county of Volusia, and the protection
of the same. Refered to Committee
on Commerce and Navigation.
By Mr. Smith: k.: B. No. 311: To
amend Sections 14, 58, 63 and 83 of
Chapter 4640 (No. 112), of the Laws of
Florida. Referee to Committee on
City and County Organization.
By Mr. Hendry: H. B13. No. 312: To
extend the time for commencing and
completing the Sanibel Island Rail-
way, incorporated May 27, 1897, under
the t&,ie of Sanibel Island Railway
and Construction Company. Referred
to Committee on Railroads anu Tele-
graphs.
BILLS PASSED.
H. B. No. 96: In relation to the ex-
aminations and licensing of pilots by
Pilot commissioners. Passed.
H. ,. No. 228: To incorporate the
town of Melrose, Fla. Passed.
H. B. No. 181: To amend Sections 1
and 3 of Chapter 4777, of the Laws of
.r lorida, entitled an act to keep in re-
pair all public roads and highways,
and to open roads and bridges and to
open new roads, and to condemn the
right of way for same in the county of
Brevard, State of Florida, and giving
to said county certain rights and priv-
ileges authorizing the levy of a special
tax in each commissioners' district,
and providing the method by which
saidta x shall be levied and expended.
Passed.
S. B. No. 54: To repeal an act en-
titled'an act to authorize the county
of Monroe to bond itself in the sum
of $500,000 for the purpose of con-
structing a public highway and neces-
,ary trcetling and draw bridges to
connect the island of Key West with
Key Largo, approved May 25, 1895,
being ,,apter 4443 of the Laws of Flor-
ida. Passed.
H. B. No. 168: To amend an act ap-
proved May 27, 1899, and entitled an
As the :,-t weather of summer is p-
protching. this ,paper will constantly
keep before its readers T ethina, as rem-
edy whi, h. where known, is being uni
verbally usi- 14 )oreveut anli cninteract
thp effects of warm weather upon small
children, and i is ioped that all moth-
ers of this community will keep t! eir
children in healthy condition by giving
it, for it cr-st onily 23 cenputs at druarists:
or mail 25 cents to U. J. Motfett, 31. D.,
St. Louis. Mo.
act to enable the city of Tallahassee
to exercise the powers provided by
Chapter 4600 of the Laws of Florida
entitled an act to enable cities and
towns to manufacture and distribute
gas .nd electricity and to construct,
purchase, lease and establish and
maintain within its limits one or
more plants for the manufacture and
distribution of gas and electricity for
furnishing light for municipal use and
for the use of such of its inhabitants
as may require and pay for the same
as herein provided, approved June 5,
1897, and to declare the manner in
which such city may exercise uch
power, and also to authorize said cit./
to locate, maintain and operate any
part of such plant without and ad-
jacent to or near said city, and to ac-


- The House met pursuant to ad-
journment. The Speaker in the chair.
The following members answered J.)
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
son, Bates, Blanton, Brown, Broward,
Buford, Burr, Campbell, Chambers
Clarke, Close, Crawford, Corbett,
Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Fulton, Gillen,
Gornto, Gunn, Harvell, Hendry, Hop-
kins, Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby, John-
son, Jones, Koonce, 14'Engle, McElroy,
McGiffln, McRae of Pasco, McRae of
Putnam, Osteen, Palmer, Parrish of
Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, Pinhol-
ster, Raney, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers,
of Columbia, Russell, Shomaker,
Sledge, Smith, Sparkman, Thomas,
Wall, Whaley, Williamson, Wilson,
Wolfe, Young and Zewadski-58.
INTRODUCTION OF MEMORIALS.
By Mr. Jacoby: H. M. No. 313: A
memorial to Congress asking for an
appropriation for the Chipola River
and Lakes. Referred to Committee on
Commerce and Navigation.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. Rivers of Columbia: H. .E
No. 214: To repeal Sections 244 and
245 of the Revised Statutes, Chapters
4194 and 4197, Session Laws of 1893,

A TEXAS WONDER.
Hall's reat Discovery.
One amnll bottle of Hall's Great Dis-
covery cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes,
seminal emisious, weak and lame
backs, rheumatlsm and all irregularities


for levying, collecting and disbursing
district school taxes. Referred to
Committee on Taxation.
By Mr. Denhaml: 8. B. No. 197: For
the relief of John D. Tusker for ser-
vices as stenographer in Circuit Court
o- Jefferson county, Florida. Referred
to' Committee on Claims.
By Mr. MacWilliamsi S. B. No. 198:
For the protection of birds and their
nests and eggs. Referred to Commit-
Lee on Game.
By Mr. Palmer of 11th: S. B. No.
199: An act supplementary to an act
entitled an act to abolish the present
corporatoin of the town of Plant City,
Florida, and to establish a municipal
government for said town, approved
May 30, 1893, and amended June 2,
1899.
By Mr. Wilson of 7th: S. B. No. 200:
To amend Sections 29, 32, 35, 48 and
6Z. of Chapter 4322 of the Laws of Flor-
ida, entitled an act for the assessment
and collection of revenue, approved
June 1, 1895. as amended by Chapter
4515 of me Laws of Florida, approved
June 5, 1897. Referred to Conmmittee
on Finance and Taxation. '
By Mr. Law: S. B. No. 201: To
amenu Section six (6), Chapter 4878,
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1899, entitled
an act to repeal'Chapter 4506, Acts of
A. D. 1895, Laws of Florida, and to
confirm, amend and supplement the
municipal corporation of the town of
Green Cove Springs, Florida, and to
give it certain powers and privileges.
Referred to Committee on City and
county Organization.
By Mr. Sams: S. B. No. 202: To
amend Section 582 of Lie Revised
A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you cannot
lose is a sure thing. Biliousnesm, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, pile
and a thousand other ills are caused bv
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca
rets Candy. Cathartic, the wonderfu-
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a surt
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c.,25c., 50c.
Sample and booklet free. See our bigi
ad.
Statutes of Florida, relating to the per
diem of County Commissioners. Re-
ferred to Committee on Judiciary.
CONSID,,tATION OF RESOLU-
TIONS.
S. Con. R. No. 12: Resolved, That
the Senate, the House concurring,
shall adjourn sine die on May 31, 1901,
at 12 o'clock, noon. Adopted.
BILLS PASSED.
S. B. No. 132: To provide for free
school books in tie counties of the
State. Passed.
S. Joint it. No. 20: Proposing an
amendment to Section 18 of Article V
of the Constitution of Florida. Passed.
S. B. No. 190: A bill to be entitlIl
an act to validate, ratify, confirm and
approve actions of County Comu;s-
sioners in relation to the laying out,
fgrading, constructing and pav-ng,
and meeting contracts in relation to
the same, of paved, macadamized or
rock public highways, roads and'
boulevards. Passed.
Was taken up and read a seconi-
Lme in full and put upon its passage.
H. B. No. 132: To provide a penal-
ty for selling liquors in cefnties or
precincts voting against such sales,
and to repeal Chapter 4746 of the
Laws of Florida, approved June 2, A.
D. 1899. The same being an act en-
titled an act to amend Section 2634 of
..rcle 14, Chapter 7, of the Revised
statutes of the State of Florida, relat-
ing to the selling of liquors in coun-
ties or precincts voting against such
sales. Passed.
H. B. No. 71: A bill to be entitled
an act for the protection and preser-
vation of food fishes, to prohibit the
catching or taking of fish with seines
or drag nets, and to prescribe the
minimum length of bar and size of
mesh or nets in the waters of the In-
Creek, the St Lucie River and Sound
dian Rivers, the Banana River and
and their tributaries, in the Counties
of Brevard and Dade. Passed.
S. B. No. 88: Prescribing the mode
of procedure for the exercise of the
powers of eminent domain by cities,
towns, counties, corporations, public
and private, and individuals. Passed.
Adjourned.

HOUSE, APRIL 30.


TRY


IT


^ Women suffer.
m from female
t oublesand
w n ss and
friom irregular
otH painful men-
ams, ought not
to lose hope if
doctors cannot
.. h lp them. Phy-
Ssiians are so
bisy with other
that
tley do not un-
dfrstand fully
tle peculiar ail-
S ments and the
delicate organism of Woman. What
the' sufferer ought to do is to give
fair trial to


which is the true Oure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, whp devoted hi?
whole life to the study of the dis.
f es dmnt c .r..Q-. .. A,: -.. .


/I
1I


Referred to CommiLcee on City d HOUSE, MAY 1.
County Organization. The Houe met pursuant o
xy Mr. Harris: journment. The Speaker in ttl
S. B. No. 201: To aid tae Homfor The following members a ed
Disabled Confederate Soldiers d their names:
Sailors. deferreu to Committee on Mi Speaker, Messrs. Amos,
litia. son, Bates, Blanton, Broward,
S. ". No. 126: To extend the Barr, Campbell, Chambers
limit for the commencement and m- Close, Crawford, Corbett, Da
pletion of the ..afia, Manatee ndDavise, Dowd, Dowden, Dtco
run ,.,oast Railway. Passeu. i |
Adjourned. (Continued on 3d Page)


Chapter 4336 and 4337, Session Laws
of 1895, relating to school sub-dis-
tricts and the levying of school dis-
trict tax. Referred to Coqimittee on
Education.
H. B. No. 215: To regulate the sale
of seed cotton. Referred to. Commit-
tee on Agriculture.
H. B. No. 306: To amend Sections
29, 32, 35, 48 and 67 of Chapter 4322 of
the Laws of Florida, entitled an act
for the assessment and collection of
revenue, approved June 1, 1895, as
amended by Chapter 4515 of the Laws
of Florida, approved June 5, 1897. Re-
ferred to Committee on Finance and
Taxation.
By Mr. Broward: H. B. No. 317: For
the felief of Mrs. Jujia F. Wightman,.
of Jacksonville, Duval county, Flor-
ida. Referred to Committee on
Claims.
By Mr. Wolfe: H. B. No. 318: To
amend Section 12, tdaapter 4342, Laws
of Florida, entitled an act for the as-
sesment and collection of revenue. Re-
ferred to Committee on Finance and
Taxation.
By Mr. Hendry: H. B. No. 319: To
grant to the DeSoto, Lee and Gulf
Railway Company an extension of
time to commence work. Referred to
Committee on Railroads and Tele-
graphs.
H. B. No. 320: To aid the Home for
Disabled Confederate Soldiers and
Sailors. Refered to Committee on Ap-
propriations.
By Mr. Hopkins: H. B. No. 321: To
amend Section 22 of Chapter 4338 of
the Laws of Florida, entitled an act
to provide for establishing, working,
repairing and maintaining the public
roads and bridges of the several coun-
ties of this State, and to provide pen-
alties for failure- thereof. Referred to
Committee on Public Roads and High-
ways.
By Mr. Young: H. B. No. 322: To
abolish the present corporation of the
town of Plant City, Florida, and to es-
tablish a municipal government for
said town, approved May 30, 1893, and
amended June 2. 1899. Referred to
Committee on City and County Or-
ganization.

SENATE, MAY 1, 1t01.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The President in the chair. The.
following Senators answered to their
names:
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams, Bak-
er, Blitch, Broome, Butler, Carson,
Cottrell. Crews, Crill, Denham, Harris,
Kirk, Neel, O'Brien, Palmer of 14th,
peacock, Rogers; Rouse, Whidden.
Sams, Wilson of 4th, Wilson of 7th,
Wadsworth and Williams-31.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. Blitch:
S. B. io. 203: A bill to be entitled
an act concerning the arrangement of
the entrances and interior of saloons
and other places where spirituous, vin-
ous and malt liquors are solid and dis-
pensed. Referred to Committee on
A emperance.
By Mr. Broome: To repeal an act
entitled an act making incurable in-
sanity a ground for divorce of husband
and wife, and regulating proceedings
in such cases, approved April 25, 1901.
Referred to Committee on Immigra-
tion.
By Mr. Crill:
S. B. ..o. 205: FoFr the relief of
W. C Hargrove, former tax collector
of Putnam county, Florida. Referred
to Committee on Claims.
By Mr. Miller:
S. B. No. 206: To amend Section 1
o. Chapter 4032, Laws of Florida, the
same being an act entitled "an act in
relation to obtaining money or any
other personal property under false
promises, or for violation of contracts,
an providing penalties therefore ap-
proved June 8, 1891. Referred to Com-
mittee on judiciary.
By Mr. Adams:
S. B. ,o. 207: For the relief of W.
M. Webb. Referred to Committee on
Claims.
By Mr. O'Brien:
S. B. No. 208: To appropriate
$20,000.00 to be used for the payment
for the buildings, fumigation plants,
wharves, and other property, including
boats, of the Escambla County Board
of Health, and to have title to the
same confirmed in the State of Flor-
ida for the use of the State Board of
Health. Referred to Committee on Ap-
propriations.
S. B. No. 209: Authorizing the city


- I I
i

I-


iD


The Kind You Have Al"ys Bought, and which has bee4
in use for over 30 yers, has -borne the signature o4
SaAld has been made under his peri
sdial supervision since its infancy;
wAtow no one to deceive you in this
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ext
periments that trifle *fith and endanger the health of
Infants and Children--Experience against Experimentj


What isJCASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opiunj, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishnes. It cures. Diarrhea and 'Wind
Colic. It relieves Teetting Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It asdAmilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's anaceis-The Mother's Friend.

GENUINE CA TORIA ALWAYS

Bears $he Signature of







The Kind You Have Always Bou t

In Use For Over 30 Years.
mC A CCmAa com POnp. TT MUIRAY STREET. M W YORK CITV.


*


HEAR


HER


A WOMAN'S STORY. I
JBC1I *-* This Is to certify that I havebees
with Scrofula or Blood Poison for a
years. The best physicians of Mobl t
city said nothing could be done for ltoek
Large quantities but found 1HLd.
My limb, were a mass of ulcers, as a 1
was sent to a physician in Mobile eatin
bodywasamassofsores. I ladi upall
B- / hope, and a a last resort tried P.I Pn
after usionfourbottle (smalsise), esom
have ent y disappeared, ad my
health was never better than at th
time, and people that know me think a VS.
de cure. BIZA TODD, M .
SWhat can be worse for
a woman than an other-
wlae beautiful skin cov-
Sered with sores and
Sertptons? Can you P O P
Blame people for avoi4- C I
Sg women thr.s af- Great I .
Sited ? They are to be
SPitied; but whatwoman wantspity? UIMsii
MN 1./iiof \ofdisfaurement, itemlt
and burning of skin diseases are aim at-
durable.
Allwomes ought to knowthat al lal as
bodily blemishes are caused by imp blood
and are curabe. P.. P. P. will ui t
*bloodand when the blood pancuaJp &V I
s kindiseases vanish.
P. P. P. Is a harmless vegetable
Sand never 1ails to eradicate from t
altraces of 6lood Poison, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia and
PROM ONE OF SAVANNAH'S PROnINENT
TO Tax ?RBIC:
I herewith re-o-u.tnd to the suferters of Rheumatism anud reunateML
IUppman'a P. P. P., as I have carefUlly tested it and foun4 pl.ineat relief.AUM o -
sm, who, tor years, has suffered.fra Rheumatism, has used it for the last LesrwtM
roo ulssadn has not suffered"sce, and is still using it. jWouldA not do 4tut
ticost c a orat anyprice. YOm*struly, CAS.i

Lippman Brothers, Proprietors,1
Druggist, HLppdnu Block Sro k rw e .


Hardware, Hatdware. Crockeryw4re.

|


Full. ine of Cook Stoyes, Rnges and Hsatos. A fu line of Waan Matew
rialt both steel and Iro.A U tne of 8eaFn ittings consistig *of &"IPf.
PiVpe FiptInjeto, Inspiraftwra, Whistles, Steam Ganges, Oaeck and Gb8
Vatives. a fll line of iAbber and Luther Belting, Ice Lsether, B31t
Hooks adtm P.kiag. &. f line of 9tr,,ss and Elraess [1.9ihr. Cle-
btd Chattaooga Case Mills, all sies. Call eGon

L. O YAEGER.


a 'A mm -" -M-a a W


-5'





I

31.









1~.

























1



-Ii
s-a


I.


of Pensacola to levy a special tax for
the support of a Free Public Library,
and to authorize said city to enter Into
an obligation for the support thereof


1-


mR








I


S TE WEEKLY TALIAHRAS8RAN: ffUR8OAY. MAY 9, 1901-
; f r :- ( ,


Meetn, Wedneosty atl:WIP. M.
ANIt r ODI-T CHSCH J Watkt,
in cha rl p eascing at t:3e pld Semi
*Whry Itb yd junday at 11a.m. and 7-730
pevyer.mceti g every Thursday high.
--'bml. 2"s0p. m.everv 2ug,dav ater
Css.meetig Sunday nlgft, 7.300' e "k.
rzm iA CUuc-, uev.s. L. McCarty,
ServimS will be held regilarly every
-" .n UA M and:-0 P.. teat are
the public cordially invited to at-
-ndav School at A: A.M Prayer
evorMees.a P. Sunday.
1S, UeRsoret Rev M N Provence
preaching at 11 a. m. snd 7 p. m.
Sunday. sunday School tt 10 a. m.
NO ,edn Wednesday 7 p. A cordial
is extend .d to all.
JOS"s IiMWrOOPAL CaHUCH. Dr. W. H.
Pastor S ceS: m Preahing every
._1 A.7.; .M p. M. Fiday eveningaer-
Sp. Mn. Sunday Schoo, at 10 A. M.
i OCCunCh. Re V. J. 1- g-t r-IS etc.-
ICihb Mass and Sermon at 9 A. M
aSi f. M. Vesperh aud hlenedlo-
week'days. a b,:45 A. M.
D.poSTtoYj.Bilthr ffor sale at all
at cot prices at The TA..A AnUS6wm
K Church sunday school $it92 a. im.,
orJ.G.iley superintendent. Preach-
ap w P.and 8 p. m.
I MAeeting Tudaynight. laaMeet-
;%ursday nght. [F. Ba. oeX. pastor.
AUw.iias' MrETIGO he Board of Direc-
Sof the Liorary Association Jhold their
onthe third Friday evenng of each
at 8 P. m. at the library.
Swho are interested in COistain Scm
Swill be welcomed at the reeldrnce of Mr.
.C.Lewis where the services *illbe held
Si at l' m.. % ednesdays at 7:0 p.m.
L O. OF
-Begular meetings of LaO LCoD .No.
Sheld every Tuesday Evening, at their


-IN-, ,L. s-Regular meetings of Au-
A&s Pm aNo 2 are held tt- f-rst
thjrd Thursday Evenint of eae'. month-
heir Lodge Room, at 8 o clock.: A Patrn
in Good standing are invited to attend.
W""-W. Mi. .uINTOSH. BS., C. P.
f; H. CEANCTr. Scribe.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
rbaine Lodge, No. aUK, meetssecond
fourth Thursday eveningsof each month
t Hal~E E. PHILBRICK, dictator.
W. H. CHACeyr, Repbrter.
NIGHTS Or PITHIAS.
Lodge No. I K. of P., meetsevery
evening in Castle Hal. Visiting
ts are cordially invited to attend.
JUI4US BALL. C. C
j. F. HILL, K. of R.S. 29
ST. PAUL LODGE NO. 156
(B. S. of the F. )
its meeting every Wednesday even-
St eight o'clock, at its Lodge room up-
{one door east of the annex of the Opera
E All members of the Order in good
a arecordially-invited to iAtend.
lA. iTAFFORD, W. C. J.
MANIC.
banlar convocation of Florida R. A.
itoo. 1, will be held on the Seon l and
SMondays of each month at 8 o'c )ck
W. M. MolNos, Sa.. Secretary.
W egUlar meetings of JACKSON LODGZ
., as held on the first and third Monday
mm month. at 8 o'clock, P. M.
W.M. MCINTOSH. SB.. Secretary.


gr.ssiuipir (ads.

. M. BREVARD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ALLAAEE, FLORIDA.

N0. W. WALKER'
ATTORNEY-AT-! AW.
Office over Capital City Bank,.
l~f.T.AHA(8E1t, FLOBIDA.
0.y1


T. MYBRS.


ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TALLAA8BEE ..- FLORIDA.


W E LEWIS, DENTIST.
TAT.T.ANWAMRi F LOITDA

tdUate 1894, Unveraty Marylan
iltmore; Post Graduate 1893.
Has 8e School, Ccao.'

Or Preservation of Natural -Teeth,
Ild Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
Ites a Specialty. Gas admmrinered.
1-ly
I-I

J. H. WTT.T.TAM ",
DUN AND LOCKSMITH
tAILAHA&RSR, LO IDA.
lemairs all kinds of Household eart l of
ryday ume, Tranks, Bag Sat, e LooAik.
Pm tewnings.Gum,.PteroWs.8oot -
SUbrel also BietyleBs and -
S Shop on Jefferson Street, New
Market Work done on abort not4ead
rleM. 4


J. F. HILL,



EWS + EPOnd
and
CIGAR STORE
nroe Street* opposite St. Ji
Ot stock of' -Gent's-Forni
Full stock of Stationery.


dz,


P me$
~Iwu.


Latest Lines of Readable Boo ,
SCHOOL BooKS, Leading M
Tunes, Periodicals and Daily P|-.
pers, always on hand.


Chapter; 4569,' Laws of' Florida, en-
tued an act to establish a Battalion
oi Naval Militia, to be known as the
r first Naval Battalion- of the State of
vlorida, appTovled June 4, 1897.
Passed.
Adjourned.
H. B. No. 154: To' amend certain
sections of the R. S. of the State of
Florida, relating to the volunteer mi-
litia. Passed.
Adjourned.


-... ......-. .... By Mr. Raulerson: H. B. No. 328:
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has Declaring the town of Fort Pierce,
een used for over fifty years by mil- in the county of direvard, State of
ions of mothers for their children while Florida, to be a legally incorporated
teething, with perfectsucces. Itsoothes town. Referred to Committee on
the child, softens the gums, allays all City and County Organization.
pam, cures wind colic, and is the best By Mr. Rivers of Columbia: H. B.
remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve No. 329: Concerning the arrangement
he or little sufferer immediately. of the entrances and interior of sa-
3old by druggists in every part of the loons and other places where spirit-
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be uous, vinous and malt liquors are sold.
mre and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth- uouans, vinous and malt liuors are sold
ing Syrup," and take no other kind. tee oand dismpensed. Referred to Commit-
ions in certain cases by officers By Mr. Wolfe: H. B. No. 330: To
whose duty it is to levy the same. Re- relate to transfer of stock in cor-
ferred to Committee on Judiciary. portions. Referred to Committee on
By Mr. Fivers of Columbia: H. B. Corporations.
No. 227: To amend Section 1 of Chap- H. B. No. 331: To authorize the pay-
ter 4745, Laws of. Florida, the same ment of $200, the reward offered by
being an act to prevent damage by the Governor of Florida for the cap-
phosphate works. Referred to Corn- ture of the outlaw, Morris Slater. Re-
mittee on Mining and Phosphate. ferred to Committee on Claims.
After considering reports .of various By Mr. Jones: H. B. No. 332: To
committees the House adjourned, appropriate $20,000 to be used for the
payment for the buildings, fumigating
plants, wharves and other property,
SENATE. MAY 2. 1901. including boats, of the Escama..a
Senate met pursuant to adjourn- Board of Health, and to have title to
ment. the same confirmed in the State of
The President in the chair. The fol- Florida for the use of the State Board
lowing Senators answered to their of Health. Referred to Committee on
names: Appropriations.
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams, Bak- By Mr. Wiliamson: H. B. -No. 333:
er, Blitch, Broome, Butler, Carson, To amend the city charter of the city
Cottrell, Crews, .,rill, Denham, Har- of ampa. Referred to Committee on
ris, Kirk, Law, Miller, Myers, McCas- City and County Organization.
kill, McCreary, MacWilliams, Neel, By i,.r. Dowd: H. B. No. 3&.: To
Rouse, Whidden, Sams, Wilson of amend Sections 3 and of Chapter
O'Brien, Palmer of 14th, Rogers, 4678 of the Laws ot Florida, the same
4th, Wilson of with, Wadsworth and being entitled an act to provide for
Williams-32. the division of counties into school
-districts, and for the election bi-en-
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. nially of three school trustees, and to
By Mr .Palmer of 14th: prescribe weir powers, and for levy-
S. B. No. 214. To abolish the pres- ,ng, collecting and disbursing district
ent m. cipal govirenment of the school taxes. Referred to Committee
town of Lake City, in the County of on Education...
Columbia, and State of Florida, and By Mr. Parrsh of Manatee: H. B.
to establish, organize and constitute i No.- 335 To organize a county court
a municipality to be known and des- in and for the county of Marion, and
ignated as the city of Lake City, and to provide for the appointment of a
to define its territorial boundary and prosecuting attorney for said county.
to provide for its jurisdiction, powers Referre to Committee on Judiciary.
and nprivilege By Mr. Palmer: H. B. No. 336: To
By Mr. Bkaer: amend Chapter 4778, Laws of Florida
S. B. No. 212: To provide for the (Acts 1899), entitled an act to amend
collection of poll taxes. Referred to t--apter 4065, Laws of Florida (Acts
Corn. on Finance and Taxation. 1891), entitled an act to keep in re-
By Mr. rill- pair all public roads in the county of
S. B. No. 213: To repeal an act to Orange and State of Florida. Re-
authorize the city of Palatka to bor- "It is with a good deal of pleasure
row money by issuing bonds for water and satisfaction that I recommend
works and a system of sewerage, ap- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di-
proved May 29, 1891, being Chapter arrhoea Remedy," says Druggist A.
4646,of the laws of Florida. Referred W. Sawtelle, of Hartford, Conn. "A
to the Com. on City anu County Or- lady customer, seeing the remedy ex-
ganizationL posed for sale on my show case, said
By Mr. Whidden: to me: really believe that medicine
S. B. No. 214: io abolish the pres- saved my life the oast summer while
ent municipal government of the at the shore,' and she became so en-
town of Arcadia, in the county of thusiastic over its merits that I at
uieSoto, and State of Florida, and to. once made up my mind to recommend
establish, organize and constitute a it in the future. Recently a gentle-
municipality to be known anu desig- man came into my store so overcome
nated as the city of Areadia, and to with colic pains that he sank at once
define its territorial boundary and to to the floor. I gave him a dose of
provide for its jurisdiction, powers this remedy which helped him. I
and privileges. Referred to Commit- repeated the dose and in fifteen min-
tee on City and County Organization- utes he left my store smilingly in-
BILLS PASSED. forming me that he felt as well as
ever." Sold by Wight & Bro. and all
H. B. No. 15: To amend Section 3, medicine dealers.


-,I


NIPA'N TAndS




Doctors find.


A


Good


- continuedd from Second Page)

Fnlton, 6illn,1 Gornto, Grigga, Grant,
Gunn, Harvell, Hendry, Hopkins,
Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby,, Johnson,
Jones, Koonbe, L'Engle, McElroy, Mc-
Gilffn, McRae of Pasco, McRae otPut-
nam, Osteen, Palmer, Parrish of
Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, 'Pinhol--
ster, Porter, Raney, Raulerson, Red-
ding, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of
Columbia, Russell, Shomaker, Sledge,
Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, Wall,
Whaley, Williamson, Wilson, Wolfe,
Young and Zewadski-63. *
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. Osteen: H. B. No. 423: To
pension the widows of sheriffs and de-
puty sheriffs who are killed in the dis-
charge of their duties. Referred to
Committee on Pensions.
H. B. No. 324: To organize a muni-
cipal government for the town of
Mayo. Refered' to Committee on City
and County Organization.
By Mr. Wall: H. B. No. 325: To
prohibit the manufacture and sale of
intoxicating liquor s as a beverage
within this State, except as herein
provided, and to regulate the use, sale,
consumption, transportation and dis-
position of alcoholic liquids or liquors,
and to police the same. Referred to
Committee on Temperance.
By Mr. Campbell: H. B. No. 326:
To authorize writs of mandamus to
issue to compel the levy of execu-
For Overp fiftw Vear.


H. B. No. 171: For the relief of
Annie E. Fitzgerald. Passed.
9. B. No. 138: To appropriate money
to carry out the provisions of an act
passed by the Legislature of the State
of Florida in the year 1895, that proof
may be obtained by the survivors or
descendants of the soldiers of the In-
dian wars in Florida, who may be
entitled to pensions from the Govern-
ment of the United States. Passed.
S. B. No. 161: For the relief of R.
J. Chillingworth. Passed.
S. B. i'o. 75: For the relief of Lee
Daniel. Passed.
H. B. No. 179: To authorize sheriffs
to approve bonds of persons com-
mitted into their custody by commit-
ting magistrates and to fix their fees
for the same. Passed.
H. B. No. 13: Providing for arrest
without warrant.; Passed.
S. B. No. 172: To amend Section
..88, Revised Statutes of Florida, in
regard to voluntary escape by an of-
ficer. Passed.
S. B. No. 166: To amend Sections
2218, 2219, 2223 and 2225 of the Re-
vised Statutes of Florida, relating to
insurance and surety companies.

S. B. No. 137: To amend Chapter
4684, Laws of Florida, approved June
3, 1899, an act to provide for and en-
courage the organization o a corps of
volunteer militia for services as a
land force, and enforce discipline
thereof. Passed
S. B. No. 211: To abolish the pres-
ent municipal government of the town
nf T.oiara i'4 1n 1 1the rntv of Calunm-


Wil


O .

DR. @ WAY'


HOUSE, MAY 2.
The House met pursuant to ad-
journment. The Speaker in the chair.
The following members answered to
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
son, Bates, Blanton, Brown, Broward,
Buford, Burr, Campbell, Chambers,
Clarke, Close, Crawford, Corbett,
Davidson, Davis, Dowd, Dowden,
Duckworth, Fulton, Gilen, Gornto,
,.riggs, Grant, Gunn, Harvell,Hendry,
Hopkips, Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby,
Johnson, Jones, Koonce, L'Engle, Mc-
Elroy, McGiflfin, McRae of PaEco, Mc-
Rae of Putnam, Osteen, Palmer, Par-
rish of Holmes, Parrish of Manatee,
Pinholster, Raney, Raulerson, Red-
ding, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of
Columbia, Russell, Shomaker, Sledge,
Smith, Sparkman, Thomas, Wall,
Whaley, Wiliamson, Wilson, Wolfe,
Young and Zewadski-63.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.


A Family JlMede e Chet
A family medicine chest for:ten emst
In a pretty litti" enameled metal boan
you have the means of keeping We -
wh 'fe family lielthy, from baby tgoog
old grand-pa. Go to your druggist auo
Set a b-.x of Catserets Candy Cthatb
Sfor tn c rnts, and see that you always
!have them in the house. Colic, ai
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, eleeplea.-
ness. worts and nearly every other all
: ient are ( ured by some form of con-
stipation and in that little box you have
a perfAct remedy always at hand. Save
I your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
nems by the use of the sweet, dainty little
pieces of candy Lhat make you well ana
S, epp you well. We recommiiud Caeca,-
rets to all our readers.

The Largest ani lost Co0ilet

S Estal mhicentSonti.


GRO S. HACOER & SON


feared to Cominftee on City and
County Organiation.
By r. Sledge: H. B. No. 337: To,
prohibi. fishing on bridges and pub-
lic aigh.was in this tate. Referred
to Committee on Fisheries.
isy Mr. Anderson: H. B. No. 338: To
prohibit the taking of oysters from the
wtaers of St. Andrews Bay and its tri-
butaries wi..L intent to ship the same
to any other port or place by boat or
vessel, and to prouwUit the shipping of
oysters so gathered. Refered to Com-
mittee on Fisheries.
H. B. No. 339: To amena Section 1
of Chapter 4876, iaws of Florida, ap-
proved June 1, 1899, entitled an act to
incorporate the town of Vernon, in
Washington county, Florida, and to
provide for the election of municipal
officers. Referred to Committee on
City anm. County Organization.
BILLS PASbE)D.'
S .B. No. 164: To authorize the Su-
preme Court of Florida to select Com-
missioners to assist the court in the
performance of- ts duties, and pre-
scribing the duties of such Commis-
sioners, and providing for their com-
pensation. Passed.
H. B. No. 202: To make it unlawful
Lor any person or persons, firm, joint
stock company, association or cor-
poration, organized, chartered or in-
corporated by and under the laws of
Lnis State, or operated or doing bus-
iness in the State under its laws,
either as 'owner or lessee, having per-
sons in their service as employes, to
discharge any employee or employes,
or to threaten to discharge any em-
ploye or employes in their service, for
voting or for not voting in any elec-
tion, State, county or municipal, for
*any person as candidate or measure
submitted to a vote of the people.
Passed.
H. B. No. 204: To make it unlawful
for any person or persons, firm, joint
stock company, association or cor-
Nearly every person needs a tonic
medicine at this time of year to brace ul
mnd invigorate the nervous system, t-
,.leanse the bowels, liver and kidneys.
dierbine is the best and safest remedy to
to tl i-, as it will cure constipatior, reg
-late the liver and enrich th- blood
Price 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
portion organized, chartered or in-
corporated iy and doing business in
tnis State or operated or doing busi-
in. this Statea under its laws, either as
3wner or lessee, having persons in
their service as employes, to discharge
amy employee or employes, or to
threatenn to discharge any employee or
employeess in their service for trading
or dealing, or for not trading or deal-
ing as a customer or patron with any
)arutcular merchant or other person
.r class of persons in business in this
State. Passed.
Adjourned.

SENATE, MAY 3.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The President in the chair.
fhe following Senators answered to
their names:
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams,
.uaker, Blitch, Broome, Butler, Carson,
Lottrell, Crews, Dimick, Harris, Kirk,
Law, Miller, Myers, McCaskill, Mc-
Creary, MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien,
Palmer of 14th, Peacock, Rouse,Whid-
len, Sams, Wilson of 4&.a, Wilson of
?th, Wadsworth and Williams-28.
IN'i ODUCTION OF BILLS.
B4 Mr. Whidden: S. B. No. 216: To
amend Section 948 of toe Revised
Statutes of the State of Florida, re-
lating to rates ot pilotage. Referred
to Committee on Commerce and Navi-
gation.
By Mr. Peacock: S. B. No. 217: To
provide for the sale of school books
in this State, and prescribing the man-
ner in which they are to be sold. Re-
ferred to Committee on Education.
By Mr. ilitch: S. B. No. .18: To
amend Section 2772 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, said Section en-
titled dredging for sponge. Referred
to Committee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Palmer of 14th. S. B. No.
219: To amend Section 991 of the Re-
vised Statutes of the State of Floria,
providing how suits may be revived
against the executor or administrator
of parties defenuanL where action ser-
vices. Referred to Committee on Ju-
diciary.
BILLS PASSED.


- statutes of the State ,f Florida, rela-
ve to estrays. Pass,
A-. B. No. 74: Presc ibing a defense
)r killing or injurin a dog. Passed.
H. B. No. 173: To protect sheep ) E'S
om dogs, and to pro ide for the col-
ction of damages the owner of
eep killed or damage by the owner
said dogs. Passed.
S. B. No. 169: For he appointment
assistant State Itorneys, their D A T _| _"
wer and duties an their compen- I
tion for such serve .s. Passed. 11 --
S. B. No. 131: To provide for the in- Removes all Corns, Bpnions and Warts,
section and analysis )f and to regu- w without pain, speedily and perm.an.. tly
te the sale of cometcial fertilizers, AU An3rsa ABOr-s.
anurial chemicals. c( ton seed meal, er IDIAS Oa (ILNK "i"PAM.T
stor Iumace. tobacco_ -.'terns, tobacco 4 LIPPklAN 6~0S. ," l.-
ist or tobacco m-ail"in this State; .*' aer.*X,
prohibit the sale fraudulent or lock
ultorated commercial ertilizers,
anurial chemicals. -44ton seed meal,
stor pdunace, tohaccof' stems, tobacco
st or tobacco mearlo fix penalties
r the violation of th. provisions of.---. "
is act, and to provide for the coilec- TRADE M KS
n of a license or ins action fee from I I AD COPYRIoM
e manufacturers or aler.s in comn- F 0TA.IE
al l s f 0 Notice in inventive Age,'
Is, cotton seed meal, tobacco stems, Book "HowtoobtainPatesPte" EE
S cco dust or tobacco meal, and to owgssoderate. No fee tpatentisee.
pea all laws or parts of laws in con- Letters stricUy confidtaL Addr
1let with this act. Passed. E. S GERS, Patest Law. WC.
5H. B. No. 228: To Acorporate the .
twn of Melrose, Flori a. Passed. ---
t. B. No. 201: To amend Section Everybody ays So.
3t4c (6). Chapter 4878, aws of Flor- Cascarets Candy Ca artic, the mosi
ida, acts of 1899, enti ed an act to wonderful medical di sviry of the age,
~ firm, amend and plement the pl-asant and refreshing to the taste, ace
municipal corporation f Green Cove gently and positively kidneys, liver
Springs, Florida, and give it 'cer- and bowels, cleansing ie entire system,
tain powers and privil es. Passed. diFpel colds, cure head he, fever, bab-
S. B. No. 193: To aut orize the city itual constipation t d biliousnemr.
of' Pensacola to issue n tiable bonds Please buy and try a bwrx of C. C. C. to-
fog certain municipal purposes, and day; 10. 25', 50 cents. id and guarama-
to provide a Board of nd Trustees. teed to cure by all dru isis.
Pissed. --
f. B. No. 199: An act supplementary s
tolan act entitled an act abolish the P A .
ofsent corporation of the town of JOSEPH I UNCAN
PInt City, Florida, and to establish a -
minlcipal government r said town, iflPlPilKPTI n Ilinil[e
Sroved May 30, 1893,and amnd deu UiUU lUG UA JM L
Jiie 2, 1899. Passed.
Adjourned till Monda Dealer in Ma Foreign and
Domestic. Orders Filledoan Short Notice.
HOUSE, MA 3. See his cuts and prices before sending
The House met pur uant to ad- noney outside the State. 44-1y


journment. The Speakel in the chair.
Tl'le following member answered to
their names:
I!r. Speaker, Messrs. 1mos. Ander-
so6, Bates, Blanton, Brn, Broward,
i (Continued on 6thhage )


Capital CityLiYv
AND


SAL
Double g
B BOTH L
SAD

Patronage


-E STAElES,
WITH '
and Sing Teams-
LOCAL AND DANCE.
DLE HO SES.

Solicited '
Satisfscton
Reviec'fully.
W. $. TULLY


W. A. NOWLIN.


MAV41LCTRZ~k Of




TALLAMASS I 1LA.
-0-
BLACKSMJTHING an+~EPAERDING.


Nevs Need

To feed the vi firesor they lose the power to regulate and
control the body. unnatural stimulants won't do. Like an air
blst on dying embe s they cause a sudden flash of heat-themn
alt is dead. Give thl nerves plenty of fuel, and the worry and
fretting, the headcaclIs, the nervousness, loss of sleep, deranged
digestion neuralgia, theumatism and heart troubles, that burn up
the brain substance and destroy the nerve-force, wi'l disappear
fniever. Don't wait till the fires are burned out. Beain now-


P.


.f th.dfem SeMaon -
IhI ismexperd-
It IstherMaltof
mt of experi-
Spractice of any
syse tre e this s o ne no
wori. Hewasgrad-
Sef triomn one of the
it edefal colbeges t
and perfect
aedsMedh i msutrgi.
educ ation byextea-
'she hospi prac e
ry In his professional career he made diseof-
eries which placed him at the head o his proe-
slon as a specialist In treatlag what aregenerally
known as private diseasesof me and women.
Th system of treatment be has more and more
perfected each year until Oday hs cares are so
Invariable as to be the m irel of the Ame l
profession.
Enjoying the largest of any specialist
In the worldhe stull m in system o nom
nal fees which makes a for all to obtain
Vis services.
Dr. Hathaway treats and Lo o Vitality,
Vari Stricture, Poisoning In Its dif-
Jerent stages.W Weak Back, Nery-
allmannerof rinary Complaints,
Icers, Sores and Skin Brights Disease
all forms of Kidney Histreatment
or undertoned men s lost vitality and
Sthe patient a we, vigorous man.
Dr. Hathaway's success the treatment of
aricocele and Stricture ut the aid of knife
cautery is pbenmi-' patiet Is treated
this method at his own without pain or
of time from buslaes. s Is positively the
ytreatbmentwhich cures thoutan operate.
r. Hathaway cans the attention of
eresfrom Varcee 1 Stieture to paes
7.262k36 Iand 31 of hk booketWOed.
Manluess, Vigor. Hesim copy of which will
sent free on -ppilntion
Write today for free book ymptoblank,
your complaint.
'. JEWWNHAIi WAY*., A
Dr. aCe.
BrYsSr weet, savamnah.,aa.
M olN tmTJSPArPZR WarTJxe


IX


A
'i






t

"-T


ury, Feed


Pres eription


9


-Ai


-Manufactuers-

DOORS, SASH, BLINDS

Ani BiliersT' Su lics

0IOULDG AID BUILDIIUG ATERIhL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
48-ly


I













TEE1 WLY TrA T-TA rAISSWuAN: TEL MAY 9, 190-11


' V.


W AN D
La nd of Flow@.



'OHN C3. TRICE, Ed. and Propr.

-EQUAL TO THE EMERGENCY.
'%here is no adjective too strong to
AWply to the Jacksonville fire horror. It
SismdiMficult indeed to find any redeem-
4g, feature to the indescribable catastro.
ephwehidh has laid waste the largest and
Ya- ett city of the State. But if Florid-
iUfs are seeking some consoling feature
4- the disaster which has been sc pro-
ductive of rief to the whole people,
"T)HE TATIJ.&PASSRAN would direct their,
--attention to the handsome and exceed-
'ingly creditable manner in which the
"distinguished gentleman who is now
*Governor- of Florida has measured up to
very requirement of this awful emerg-
-ency. ;, *
From positive land undeniable infor-
mation it can be stated that since the
news of the conflagration of last Friday
reached Tallahassee, Governor Jennings
has shown a devotedness and an untiring
energy in rendering all possible assist-
-ance to the-fre sufferers such as could
act be surpassed by any living man. In
ois efforts to keep perfectly posted as to
* "the actual condition and the needs of
toe t distressed people in the State's me-
a-o'polis, the-Governor has displayed and
exercisedd remarkable executive ability,
mast -admirable judgment and a single-
Snees of purpose which must forever en-
dear him to all the people of Florida.
'Tremendous as are their sufferings
Sand. their causes of sorrow, we would
,-ayte the people of Jacksonville that
.'they are to be congratulated upon hav-
Sia as Governor of our common State
..ne who poesseses both the spirit'and
ability to relieve their unfortunate con-
dition to the utmost extent open to any
mortal occupying the chief executive
-.office of this great State.
The separate acts taken by Governor
'Jennings to relieve the unprecedented
and terrible suffering recently existing
in Jackionville are too numerous to be
here detailed, but wl ea tLe present
trouble passes over and opportunity for
review and reflection remedial efforts
is presented, the course of Governor
-Jennings will shine- out as the great
pleasing feature of an unspeakably hor-
rible blow to the people of Jacksonville
;z and of Florida.

EXPLANATORY.
THE TALLAWAdSERAS has been so late
.reaching its readers for the past three
-weeks that we feel an explanation is due
Them. Each week, for the period men-
tioned, there has either been a break-
down in Aome parts of the machinery or
:an extra rush of Legislative work on the
very days that are usually devoted to
,getting out the paper, making it abso-
"Tutely impossible for us to get out on
time. This has been as annoying to us
-as it has been to our subscribers, for we
kn w that the time has come when a
Slate 'newspaper is no newspaper at all.
J Nearly everybody takes two or more
[ papers, and the one reaching them late
: has had 'its news featute supplanted by
the other. We trust, however, that our
readers will bear with us until we can
get everything running on schedule
Time again, and assure them that every-
thing possible will be done in the future
*to prevent such delays.

Annual Picnic.
Last Saturday, the 6th inst., the
*'-Woodville baseball club "gave their
-annual picnic under the spreading oaks
in the southern part of the village.
Over 600 people were on the grounds
during the day and everybody enjoyed
'themselves to the fullest extent.


At noon a bounteous repast was spread
-under the giant oaks that adorn the
Grounds and every one was invited to
partake. Free lemonade was furnished
by the barrel and the good people-of the
village saw to it that every one had all
they 'ouid eat and drink.
After dinner the club gave an exhibi-
tion game and played very good ball,
-but the attraction of the young ladies
.proving so much greater than the game
4o the young men, only three innings
-were played, the young people straying
-off in couples through the beautiful
_grove.
At night an icecream festival was
-,given by the club at the residence of J.
.. Robinson and was largely attended.
M music was furnished during the evening
tylrs. Ida Howard on the organ accom
Vanied by Jasper Weotten with violin,
-Mr. Robinson and h4s estimable lady
seeing to it the young folks eojoye
themselves to the fullest extent il 11
o'clock, when all returned to their homes
after thanking their hosts for the happy
.evening's entertainment.
A handsome cake was donated bi the
lub to the h ndsomest and mostpopu-
: ar young- lady at the entertainment.
The candidates were Mises Gertrude
Miller, one of Lloyd's fai eet daughters,
"aad Mis Mary awton, of Woodvlle.
-After a spirited contest the cake was
..ewarded to Mis ILawton.
.Mimes L. E. Maxwtll at d Evilyn
NWoottsn who are attending school at
'Talaansee, accompanied by their
friends, Mimes Baker and Morrow, were
ia *tt ndvce at the pcnic.
A jolplay rtM Ipd of
uff.. p1 Mma- q..


A Lite i C oast ruet o. STA L E B
In school for colored children the STALKED BY VULTURES.
was'a Uttle boye who would persist la wire. M a was %dag a Dk
saying -have wejjt' says a contrlbutot the nra e"FUwed theN.
to The Christian ueavor'World. i met with uro a us al not alt-
The teacher kept him in one night gether pleasant e0e e, writes am
and said: Anglo-Indian corespondent who has
"Now while I am out of the room done a good deal of large and small
you may write 'have gone' 50 times." game shooting in India, when I was
When the teacher came back, be one day stalking a black buck. Be-
looked at the boy's paper and there tween me and my quarry lay a lMg
was "have gone 50 times." On the fat field of black cotton soil bordered
other side was written, "I have went by a very low, straggling and thinly
home." growing hedge of small babul trees.
Had Loet Hi Pourtb. My only way to get a shot was to cross
One of Judge Howland's stories bad this. keeping the busiest tree between
to do with the old Maine farmer who me and the buck, who had not much
bad been married four times. Shortly to browse on and was therefore seldom
after the death of his fourth wife a moonless. I proceeded to do the bun-
neighbor stopped him and said: dred yards on the fiat of my stomach.
*"Mornin, Cyrus. How's the wife this This on loose. hard baked black cotton
morning soil was no joke. I pushed my rifle on
"Waal, to tell ye the truth." replkid ahead; then. wriggllnf past it until the
Cyrus. "I'm kinder out of .wives juIt muzzle was near my knee, I would pass
eow."-Detroit Free Press. It on in front again, and so on.
41rogress was slow, and I was so ab-
similar, but Diereut. sorbed that I failed to observe shad-
"Do you think I am capable of act- ows crossing and recrossing my path
tog a part?" asked the stagestruck and circling round until I bad gone
youth. p some 50 yards. Then the whirring of
"I do," replied the busy manager, wings attracted my ears, and almost at
"and the farther apart we are when the same moment % vulture landed oa
you act the better it wll suit me."-w the ground not 20 yards away. I look-
Chicago News. ed up. The air was alive with these
repulsive looking birds. Then It fash-
ed across me that I was being stalked!
iT GIRDLmS THE GLOBE. Doubtless these birds were attreeted
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, by my extraordinary method of pro
as the best in the world, extends round eedure and mistook me for a wounded
the earth. It's the one perfect healer or dying man making a Isa~t to
of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, "Msmadain w
Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches, llyIh some shady pot. Thi was ee
Pains and all Skin Eruptions. Only dally possible, as the Mpmh1s e-
infallible Pile oure. 25c a box at all curred in a ftmle AMItet were
t.rugggists. deaths by the wayside were at Ifre-
quent. By lookiag up I had evidently
shown myself to the buck, fw be was
Making It R ther Personals now off at full tilt. I therefore took
This is credited as one of General pot shot at the vulture at 20 yards, but
Lew Wallace's Turkish jokes: There did not allow for the sighbtlg sufficient-
lived in Stamboul. Turkey, a well to do ly and missed him Thb thought of be-
Turk named Ismad Ismail Hassam. ing waited for tU7 a .fck 'f vultu-res
He was endowed with oriental wit that while very mziw. :r:." :**:: well was.
stood him well in hand when be was in to say th-r t:. ';.-1'. -Pall Mall
a tight place. A neighbor called on Is- Gazette.


?-

; j
I
f '
I
i
i
L |
!
'. i
t
k
r !


John Alen: '- ir.
When lhe house vGcA'c to prohibit lli
nor selling in army c-nteens. John Al-
len of Mississippi wLs not recorded
Some good women of Mississippi noted
the fatt that he did not vote and
called on him for an explanation.
knowing that Mr. Allen had been at
one time quite active in the Congres-
sional Temperance society. Mr. Allen
replied that he was paired on'thq can-
teen question. "You see, ladies." he
said. "the situation was this: My wife
thinks very much as you do about this
legislation In regard to the canteen. I
have some doubts as to whether con-
gress will really promote temperance
among soldiers in this way. So I pair-
ed my judgment with my wife's con-
science and decided not to vote."-SL
Louis Globe-Democrat.

A Wisplnaee Letter.
The transposition of letters In the
same word sometimes produces the
most ludlerous results. In "The Siili
Hour," which was written by Profess-
or Phelps, is the fine line. "The still-
ness of the hour is the stillness of a
dead calm at sea." A large number
was printed and disposed of before it
was discovered that "clam" had been
prlted for "calm."

A IeMVTywelat*
"And then," she said in telling of the
fmantic episode, "ae pang to his
arams." A,

course. Do m doubt it?
"Oh, no," he replied, "but after see-
tug her I can't help thinking that it
aInt have Jarred him quite a bit."-
Chiago Pot.


IT DAZZLES THE WORLD.


No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has ben caused by Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. It's sever-
es. tests have been on hopeless vic-
tims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage, Plurisy and Bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarse-
ness and Whooping Cough it is the
quickest surest cure in the world. It
is sold by all druggists, who guaran-
tee satisfaction or refund money.
Large bottles 50c .and $1.00. Trial -bot-
tles free.


"Last winter I was confined to my bed
with a very bad cold on the lunes.
Nothing gave me relief. Finally my
wife bought a bottle of One Minute
Cough Care that effected ia speedy cure.
I cannot speak too highly of that excel-
lent remedy."-Mr. T.. K. Houseman,
Manatawney, Pa. All dealer.


CONDEMNATION PROWMWlNGS.
The State of Florida: To all whets it
may concern. AllU persons Interestei
in, or having any liens upon the prop-
erty hereinafter described, are hereby
notified to appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon
county, State of Floriua, on the first
Monday in June next, and show what
interest, itf any, they have in the prop-
erty hereinafter described, and to show
cause why such property should "not be
taken by the Georgia, Florida and Ala-
bama Railway company, a oody cor-
porate organized under the laws of the
State of Georgia, and haying filed a
copy of its charter In the office of the
Secretary of the State of Florida, for
the purpose of the right of way for the
railroad of said company, and to make
answer to the petition of said
company filed in the Circuit of
the Second Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for said county
of Leon, praying the condemna-
tion of such land for said pur-
pose, or else to be forever barred. The
said company desiring to extend its
line from the town of West Bainbridge
in the State of Georgia, to the city of
lallahassee, in the said county of
Leon. The property sought to be
taken is a certain piece of land situate
-_ the said county of Leon, and lying
in the southeast quarter, and the east
nalf of the southwest quarter of sec-
tion 28, township 1, range 1, north and
west and containing seven acres, more
or less; and more particularly de-
scribed as follows: Commencing 39 feet
north of the southwest corner of the
land of J. P. Roberts, containing 2u
and 70-100 acres, more or less, lying in
sections 27 and 28, township 1 north,
range 1 west, and covered by the deed
from Helen B. Dodd to said Roberts,
of June 6th, 1894, recorded at pages
500 and 501 of deed book E. E. of the
records in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court aforesaid, and by deed
of the:28th of December, A. D. 1897,
from Eva S. Leonard to said Roberts,
recorded at pages 488 and 489 of deed
book G. G. of the records in said
clerk's office, and run west 3.40 feet
and thence south 100 feet, and thence
east 3140 feet. and thence north 100
feet to the point of beginning.
Witness my hand and seal of office,
Lis May 8th, A. D. 1901.
COUNCIL A. BRYAN,
Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County, Fla.
4t

Tho e famous little pills, DeWitt's Lit-
tle Early Risers will remove all impuri-
ties from your system, cleanse your
bowels. make them regular. All deal-
ers.


OPE NING


--OF-


SPRING and SUMMER


MITT TNERY,


March 20,1901.




MISS ADELE GERARD,

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


A. K. HAWKES,


The Famous


Atlanta Optician


RECEIVED

Cold Medal,
4 ghest Award Diploma of Honor.

Estab- i hT-- .1 1870.

These Famous Glasses for Sale by

WIGHT BROS.
Eye Sight Tested Free.
Be sure that "Hawkes" is stamped
on frame. Never peddled.


DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
N TI rby wethat the following described lands will besold at pm a

t Tiallahasee, n the ountyof Leo. or so much thereof as will be necessary t y
due oer taxes bfwein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and a


Description.


Laurie and Bryant GranLt.. A two-thirds interest in s half of
nw quarter of ne quarter and n
half of sw quarter of ne quarter of
Smith H Jackson............. W half of e half of sequarter o....
Jim Robinson.............. W half of ne quarter and se quarter
of nie quarter of..................
Mrs H J Barnes............... E half of se quarter hands half of s
quarter of ne quarter of........
W half of sw quarter. sw quarter
of nw quarter and s hall of nw
quarter of nw quarter..........
Se quarter of nw quarter of.........
N half of se quarter of nc quarter
and 6 half ot n half of sw quarter
of ne quarter of ........ .........
John Johnson.. ............... S half of sw quarter of ne quarterof
Two acres in the ne corner of w half
of se quarter of......... ......
A W Gramling. .......... ... W half of nw quarter of sw quarter.
and w half of swqr of nw ,u'tu ter
w half of sw quarterof sw qur.t
ter of ...........................
Se quarter of se quarter and we
4 quar:er of se quarter of........
Mrs Mary E Bot........... Se quarter of........................
W half of sw qua r. se quarter of
sw qr ands haif of ne quarter of
sw quarter of.....................
Mrs Martha S s........... Sw rluart,.roi tie qurt -r of.........
Se quarter of nw iart--r. exce. t (;
Saeres in the nw corner to).J. t1.
i Perkin!of.........................
Ne quarter of uarterof 11w quarter except ii.,
i acres ofithe n end of.... ......
I Nw quarter of lie Inart.-rexcept)W'
acres otfftheen end of .............
4 That part of ne quarter of ne quar-
ter except 1 acre ill the iiw corner
thereof that lies west of Spring
branen of....................
MrsA K Laurie ............. Se quarter and e half of i e quarter
or ............. ... ... .... .
Part of the w hal of sw quarter of.
described, to %it: lieginning at
the sw corner oi w half i of sw -uar.
ter ot said -ection 23 and r:,n e :1
eh:!ins thence n 4o chain-. thence
w3 chains and thence s 10 chains
Sto beginning ............
Part of the w half of vw quarter of.
descnb4id, to-wit: Beginning at
the sw corner of w half of nw
quarter of aid section -23. and
run e lI', chains, thence n 40
chains, thence w 1' chain.
thence s 40 chains to beginning.
Mrs A K Laurie. ............. W half of ne quarterof..... ....
Mrs Mary E Bott.... ..... W half of se quarter, except that
part lyingeof theMiceosukie and
Llovds public road of............
Sw quarter of....... ...........
Se quarter of ne quarter and ne
quarter of .se quarter of..........
Mrs Mary E Bott ............ N w quarter of nw quarter e half of
'nw quarter :.nd w half of ne iuar-
ter of ........ ......... ..
30 acres t n end of w half o'
:* se quarter of....
30 acres off" the n end of e half of
sw quarter ...................
Cash. ........................ Then loacres in the S nalf of w
half of se quart, r .... .... .
"' The s 10 acres in the n half of we-t
Half of s e Quarter of......... ..
Mrs A P Vickers nid children 92!' acrer o0 the south portion of
Georiat a' d F!or;da fractional
Lots Nos (;6 andI 7 ,n...
J R Burch, a-ent-for Mrs S A E half f G4oria and Florilda ftr.-
Burch estate........... .. tional f.ot No 6A1 in...
J R Burch. agent or Mrs S .4 Geor.ia and P'orida fractioa l.ot
Burch e-tate ......... :.
Mrs A P Vickers and children G,,orgia and Florida fractional LLt "'i
No .W .
Mrs A P Vickers andchildren 47 4 acres ofrthe e end of Lot No ""
a ik tra e.ti.,,al .
Savannah Grocers Co ....... Sw quarter of se quarter of ......
J R Burch, agentufor Mrs $ A One quarter interest i 1' :'ret in 1
Burch estate................ thr. corner or s hahl if Wv half of
ne 1-uarter of .................... .
J Blurch.agenefor MrsS A W half oi ne quarter and nequarter
Burch estate... .......... of nw qui rt-r of
Mrs E C Long....... ...... 13 1-31 acres of land in these e qua:."
ter o0 ... .. ........
be.A ning 432 feet ii of the "nw
corner of lot 174 in the N 4A i
the City of Tallahza -ee, and ,un
thence n 840 feet. thence e 70N)
feet: thentce s 840 feet. ithence w
; 7)0 feet, to the place of b-gin-
: ningr .......
Mrs Susan J Roberts.......... E hal: of sw quarter of se quarter Of 2
except 30) eet wide off the s side
from- public road.....
E W Hill...................... The n three quarters of e half of sc
Hl ..... I quarter of ne quarter of.........
Thomas Williams........... Sw quarter of nw quartLr of ........
Mrs J E Manson ............ 5 acres of land in the ne quarterof. :
de-cribed, to-wit: Commencing
at the' nw corner of the ne quar-
ter s s 17 '25- -l chains to a -oiat
which is the place if beginning.
th nee run e 10 chains, thence
7 25- 100 chains to the center ,i
the Quiney road, theuce v e. '..
degrees, w 10 7.5 1(Mlchains:tloni!
the center of said road. tue
2 75 -1(- chai:i t) the p >int of
Mrs JE Abeginning .
MrsJ EManon... ...... .... Also h -) acresiiti ne W U.ir.of of ;;
d d.scriled. t -wit: (c ,u:hlnci
at the nw corner of the ne quar-
ter of said section :35, thence run
s 1727I-1K) chains. th nee e 10
chain., thence n 17 2.-o100 champ s
and thence w 10 chains to the
point of b ginning. .............
Charles G. Prin. .............Lots No 2 and 3, of block No. .
as p'r plat recorded in ne.d
Book H Ii page 5W2 in ne quar-
ter of ne quarter of ......... :.3
CharlesG. Princa. ............. Lots No 24 and 25. of block 3 as per
plat recardel i- Deed Botk II H
pawe 5.1"2 in ne quarter of ne qr
of ........ )
Mrs. Mary R. Jon s........... W half of w quarter of ........... :;
Mrs. MaryR Joi s............Whalfofnwof ..... .. .. ..s
Mrs. Hugh Mller ..............All of the e quarter lving in
Forbes purchase of..... :53
Mra. Mary it. Jon ............ All except sw qu trier of -w qr ly-
ing s of the Ocklockonee river of
fractional............... ... 25
Mrs. Mary R. Jo S...........That part of sw quarter of sw quar-
ter lying E of Pumpkin iead
T, branch of............. ...
Unknown............ .........Prac'i n half of se qr (ia and "
fraci se quarter of ne qua ter 2Oa
Sof ....... .. .... .....* .... ... 6
I Frac'l w halfofwquarter of. .. -;*

Mrs.aron ...........Ehalfandehalfofwhlof
Lot No. 1. 3h aereso No r i e
Mrs. B C. Loag.. .............LratNonfractio..n.iai .
"No. 3. 1.5 acres, No. 5. 80 acres
No., 680 acres 8ma No. 7. 80 acres


mail one day and wanted to borrow his
donkey to use an hour. Ismail made a
low salaam and said:
"Neighbor. I am sorry, but my boy
started on the donkey an hour ago to
Scutari. By now he is gayly trotting
over the bills far from the sacred pg-
cincts of Stamboul."
Just as Ismail finished his speech a
donkey's loud bray was beard in the
stable. which was under the same root
as Ismail's house. but in the rear. The
neighbor said:
"Ah. 1 bear your donkey bray."
Ismail protested that his neighbor
ears were deceived and that the nols*'
was not a donkey's bray. Then the
donkey. which was supposed to be Jog-
ging along toward Scutari. brayed
twice loudly. It was too much. and
the neighbor eried:
"Ob. that is your donkey. Ismail. Al-
lab help me. I can now borrow blm."
Then Ismail said:
"*Which do you believe is lying, e
donkey or me?"
The neighbor had to give Ismall the
benefit of the doubt and went away.

Why Spiders Are Not l 1sets.
The spider Is not an insect, thbeog
probably nine people out of ten would
class It under this term. With scor-
pions and mites spiders form a class ta
the animal kingdom known as Araeb-
nida. This name is derived from a
mythical personage called Arachne.
the daughter of a purple dyer of LydIa.
who was fabled to have challenged
Minerva to a trial of skill in spinning.
So Indignant was the goddess at this
act of boldness that she forthwith
transformed the hapless challenger
Into a spider, presumably In order that
she might have the best possible op-
portunity of practicing the art -an
which she prided herself so much.
Spiders -differ from Insects in five
main particulars. Their eyes are sim-
ple Instead of compound, they have
eight legs in place of six. they do not
pass through the metamorphoses
which are characteristic of Insects.
they have no antennae and their
breathing Is accomplished by means of
organs which combine the functions of
lungs and gills, instead of by tubes
pervading their bodies. These points
of distinction are sufficient to deter-
mine the fact that it Is impossible to
class spiders as insects.


Bardes eaef ef the Erst.L
In the east the camel today, as 1a the
days of Solomon, ts the principal beast
of burden In peace and in war. Across
the pitiless desert he strides. his great
pack nodding as he swings along.
Down the old, old trail that winds
through the hills of Lebanon. blinking.
they come in pairs. bringing cedars to
the sea. But the most remarkable of
all freighters is the eastern hamal, the
human burden bearer. All or nearly
all the freight of Constantinople is
handled by the hamaL He wears on
his back a regular-pack saddle, thin at
the top, where It rests.on bhis shoulders.
and thick at the bottom, where it ends
at his hips. A broad band circless his
forehead, and when be leans forward
the saddle presents a Oat, level sur-
tace--Munsey's Marszin.

Cheap.
Lover-You are getting prettier every
day.
Sweet Girl-Just now I am living on
brown bread and water to improve my
enmnlpx1inn "


2ai le 140
't- 2aIt:i 40



1 2, 2.. 1
1 211 2ec -1

2 2n 2- b ll

';i 211 2-. ito
2, 2,-, 1 t


16 QW
..


't)'


1')
211)
o.-O.oo,


S-. 12
Se.


211 :.,: j 3 71


34 (


17


200
'30
30 149I
10 .......
10 2S1


2e 120
lw ....


.... ... 131-'1
2f; 1: 1 I ....
.. .... .... N)0
In 1w 15
S In 1w 40
SIn Iw ....


6195

1407
321
127
......-


.. 5 487
.-, l I .... ......


2 501


In Iw .. ....$S1 68


2w ......
2w AA)


la :.w


100 716


19 139


2n 1w !'G4 38 3
2n lw 1-25' 25


2n 1w 555 ....
2a lvw 61
2a lw ...... ......


... 126t-100 79I11
10


lw 303 i-100
Iw :120
lw 160
lw 1640-100
*2e 40


375
957


....i 1i

220 1329

40 1
IS140t1




40 1


~5'


-t
5- -~


Sinfractional.................
All of.. .... .. ............. 1
',ying On the west side of a line
running from the nw corner of
maid ser. g|I deg. e and sanik-
ingthes huneofaidsection 11.31
52- 10)0 chains e of the aw corner
rofsaidasec. 11......:..
Mrs. EC. Long................Lot No 1.643.100 areas. Nao2
I59o10100 acres, No. 3. 43 20-
lOOacresand No. 4.14950.100
in fractional....... ....... 14
SLots No. 1.2. 3 and 4, being the a
M balf of fractional.............. 15
Mra E. C. Lonx..............Neqoarterof........ :1
Unknown....- ............Lot No. n fractional.............22
Those. Sherwood.. ............. Se quarter of s5w q arter of 3
All that part of the sw quarter of
Ssequarter of secton.............. 3
veJ P nof.theSt.Auatneroad.
Mrs. Uv icJ. ..... .......That part of a half lying a of the St
-- ru.... m-ttne road of ...... ......... o 7
Mrs. ivietJ. Price' ............Sw a quarter of sw quarter of........ 17
Nh T alfand nalf of a half .......... 18
T or e J. Price ............ e quarter of sw quarter of ......... 20
kown.iJ .. ........ f n quarterof ....... 24
Mrs. LvieJ. ............ w quarter and whalf of
s. A.q at w a .of.....................
S. A. Ward.............Nhalo so quarter e half of sw
U-,... *. qun.rt. and anhalfof se quarter of.. 7
, -----. f q--- -..... quar ter of nw quarter of........ 4
U nkn ow n .. 8w -qua rter of -e q uarter.. .. is
00 ^ ^ :: ^ ^ la~mL t/U .. hl fn n~m- tl='


41


'-,


a


John M Grant.-gumdtan for


lql % -.& ".V'%.--Mb -%
"tQMW-L




































































Prof. M D. West, of Blue Ridge, Ga.,
hais succeeded W. N. Shears. Jr., as-
clerk in the office of Surveyor-General
Scarlett.

The dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
Dr William Dutcher, of New York,
anoDr. T. S. Palmer, of Wa-hington.
D. C., were in the city last week having
business before th Legeslature.
King of Malaria is King of. all Chill
oCuand King of all Tonics. It drives
malaria from the system and makes the
weak strong. If you want the best you
will take King of Malaria Tasteless Chill
Tonic.
The Madison Silver Band came up-
Tuesday and furnished the musicc at the
funeral of General H uston. Trey play-
ed the funeral march -nd other appro-
priate pieces during the march to the
church and the cemetery.
Suicide by poisdn is not more cen-
surable than by refusal to cure your-
' self of Female Troubles with Sim-.
mBns Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.

"I had piles so bad I could get no res:
mor find a cure until I tried DeWitt''
Witch Hazel l-alve. After using it once.
I forgot 1 ever had anything like Piles."
E. C. Boice, Smners Point, N. Y. Look
out for imitation. Be sure you ask for
DeWitts. All dealers.
The spi ing term of the Leon County
Circuit Court will begin at Tallahasswe
on May 13. The docket thus for contains
three cnvil and eight criminal cases.

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.
The Grand United Oid-rof Odd Fel-
lows coloredd) of tht state have been in
session all this week. holding daily ses-
sions in Muuroel Opera house. This
afternoon they had a large parade
through our streets with the two local
bands playing popular airs.
Children who are weak, fretful or
troublesome should be given a few
doses of WHITE'S .tEAM VERMI-
k JGE. Tney will then have rosy
cheeks, bright eyes, wit be happy and
laughing all the day long. Price, 25
cents. Wight & Bro.
Mr. H. B. Horr, agent for the State of
New Jersey, was here this week to bring
to that State Isaac Mitchell whom
Sheriff Pearce had confined in the Leon
county jail. Mitchell was implicated in
the murder of a white man at Fleming-
ton,N. J., three yearsago, for which two
men have already been convicted and
hanged.
Rheumatism is conceded to have its
origin in a poisoned condition of the
blood, and to be most successfully
treated by HERBINE, which;ectm upon
the liver, kidneys and other blood pur-
ifying organs, thereby divesting the
system of the offending agents. Price,
50 cents. Wight & Bro.
Rev. E. W. dcark, of third city, went to
Jacksonville Friday night on the special
train that praried the Governor's
S Guards, and the next d y, took a good
many pictures of the ruins. The pmC-


- Mr. C. B. Mather, of McIntosh. wa
in the city this week.

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
68. 48-10t
Miss Elizabeth Tatum returned home
this we* k. She I as been absent for
sonietime on a" sit ic fr ends i i South
Florida.
Ur. J. F. McKinstry of Alachua coun-
ty, was in the city this week in the in'
terest of the East Florida Seminary.
Spring coughs are specially dangerous
and unless cured at once, serious results
often follow. One Minute Cough Cure
acts like magic. It is not a common
mixture but is a high grade remedy.
All dealers.
Health, strength and Nerve Force
follow the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine, which insures good
Digestion and Assimilation.


Mr
up to


A W. AiLeran ot V ellborn,cam'
tRe city this week on buin ss.


Mrs. George Lewis yesterday sent
down to the hungry soldiers in Jackson--
vilica lot of cuoked provisions including
boiled ham, eaten biscuit. which will
be very much appreciated by the uoys.
If "Out of Sorts," Cross and Pee-
vish,, take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine. Cheerfullness will return-
and life acquires new zest.
Miss Minnie Rogers, who has been
visitingihere for sou. e weeks left this
week for her home in Jacksonville.
Mr. J. Solomon, a prominent citizen
of Mariana, is a recent arrival at the
Leon.
Mr. S. D. Chittenden of the Tallahas-
see, Carrmbell and Gulf RPilrowid com-
pany, gave a delight ul picnic to a party
of friends this week down to Carrabelle
and over to Dog Island. The trip was
much enj-yed by all who participated.
* White's Cream Vermifuge not only
effectually destroys wormis, it also in-
creases the appetite. aids assimilation
and transforms a frail infant into one of
robust health. Price 25 cents.
Wight & Bro.

Dr. W. G. Gunn will leave Sunday for
Philadelphia. where he will attend a
polyclinic course at the University of
Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Eugene Dickey has packed up
her household belongings and will
join her husband, who has gone into
business at Apalacidcola.

A NEW SCORE.
Sixty-three (63) years a drug store.


We have moved into-the Lively
stand, with everything new from
front door to the back, upstairs


down.
We have more space, more goods
are better equipped to please you.


old
the
and


and


Our offices are in rear and up over


store.


We give you
.


* j :) ~ ., r. 1~
I *'I~ I ( !


TEW mu..~Y-T TqrAATA8I( e.TWH1 t M V )E.- AIM


Womans Wr k


in preparing appetizing and

wholesome fod is lighted by

this famous bakg powder.


Light Biscuit


DeliciousCake


Dainty Pastries


Fine Puddings


Absolutely pure. It adds

healthful qualities to the food.


ROYAL


Baking


The "Royal Baker and Pastry
Cook -most practical and
valuable of cook books -
free to very patron. Send
full address by postal card.


Powder


There are cheap baking powders,
made from alum, but they are ex-
ceedingly harmful to health Their
astringent and cauterizing qualities
add a dangerous element to food.


- -- J-P *S 5fl*Of,,Odft'fuinc i, upiv d=-'


S, -cit o maw,.or quincy, is intwo
Sdrt*oe a day or two.
* '-{* &L -r_


a recent arrival.
Judge Iaac M. Stewart
ital on business.


5is m s euap


When. the liver fails to se-rete bile,
the blood, becomes loaded with bilious
properties, the digestion becomes Im-
paired and the bowels mnatimpated,
ERBINE has a direct action on the
liver and excretory organs, and a few
doses win cure any case of biliousness.
Price, 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
The City Telephone Company of Jack-
sonville of which Mr. Walter Shine. an
old Tallanasseean, Is manager and cheif
owner suffered senerelv from the fire.
The los is e-timated at M0.0000. Walter
does not yield to despair however but
bravely faces the future and says he will
rebuild the system at once.
Biliousness is a condition charac-
terized by a disturbance of the digest-
ive organs. The stomach is debili-
tated, the liver torpid, the bowels
constipated. There is a loathing of
food, pains in the ,bowels, dizziness,
coated tongue and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested food
and then of bile. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the
disturbances of the stomach and cre-
ate a healthy appetite. They also
tone up the liver to a healthy action
and regulate the bowels. Try them
and you are certain to. be much
pleased with the result. For sale by
Wight & Bro.
We had intended to have full account
of the memorial gerivces held last Tues-
day evening in the ReautI Chamber in
honor of the late T. P. Chairs, but we
regret to say that lack of space in this
issue will not allow us to do it. The
same reason will prevent the nsertion
of several other interesting items f
news. All of which will appear next
week.
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.

Both Houses of the Legislature ad-
journed early today to accept the invita-
non of Prof. Tucker of the State Col-
ored Normal College to witness an en-
tertainment given in thtir honor. The
program will include some musical
selections of a high order.

Don't dbpair because you have a
weak constitution. The vitalizing
principle of HERBINE will assuredly
strengthen it. In every drop of
HERBINE there is life. There is
a stimulating, regenerating power,
unequaled in the whole range of medi-
cinal preparations. Price, 50 cents.
Wight .Bro..
Remember that fifteen thousand citi-
zens have been rendered homeless,
burned out with but a moment's noti e,
and consequently saved only the clothes
on the backs. They need money, clothes
and food, and fifty or sixty thousand
dollars will go but a short way in reliev-
ing such distress.

Dr. Rush. of Apalachicula. is in the
city tor a few days, a guest of Dr. W. L.
Moore.
Piles are not only most painful, but
also very dangerous, as the inflamed
nodules are very apt to take on malig-
nant action and cancer of the rectum is
produce. They should be cured.TAB-
uER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT
will cure the most obstinate cases.
Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75
cents. Wight & Bro.


While our City Council and County
Commissioners have done the -propo r
thing in appropriating (togethO) o e
thousand dollars for Jacksonville relief,
ihat should Dnt Irecent our citizens s
individuals siding -forward addition.
hubscriptioas. Every cent will be needed.
OLD PEOPLE'S EYES.
Often become inflamed and painful.
Hundreds of old people have been
made comfortable 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.
The entertainment last Friday night
at Munros Opera House for the bene-
fit of the Governors Guards was inter-
rupted bv the Guards being ordered by
the Governor to proceed at once to Jack-
sonville, where they have been ever
since on duty patrolling the streets.
One much needed improvement in our
city is a good sidewalk on the street
leading from St. Johns Episcopal church
to the two cemeteries. In going to the
cemetery last Tuesday afternoon the
crowd of our citizens, the ladies as we'l
as gentlemen, had to wade through the
mud in the middle of the street. In
some places the clay was very thick and
sticky much to the inconvenience of the
ladies especially.
You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver
is sluirgish and your bowels clogged.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers cleanse the
whole system. They never ripe. All
dealers.
The case of R. A. Hemmingway
charged with the murder of B. F. Tllton
was called in county judge's court for
preliminary hearing this morning and
upon motion of council for the defendant
the prisoner waived the hearing and was
remanded to the county jail without
bail to await the action of the grand
jury next week.


WHAT'S YOUR FACE WORTH?
Sometimes a fortune, but never if
you have a sallow complexion, a, Jaun-
diced look, moth patches and blotches
al- S-2- 12 -2 2 11"


Mr. Frank Arastrong made a business
triP to 4Psdwicols this week, being
gone sewbraldaya.-
Cyclists shoad always carry a bot-
tle of .pALLT4Apr SNOW ,LINT-
.I.NT, in cae of accident, ft applied
immediately; it will. subdue the pain,
prevent swelling and discoloration,
and quickly heal the wounds. Price,
25 and 50 cents. Wight & Bro.


One of the former Tallahasseana now
living in Jacksonville who suffered from
the fire last week was Mr. Frank Spiller.
His house was destroyed, but fortunately
his store on Bay street escaped.
Jersey Bull, Billy of Orange, regis-
tered, No. 59,394, at residence of John
Donk, ready for service, at $L50 per
nead. 3t*
The ladies of the Methodist church
gave a surprise "pounding" to their
Presiding Elder and wife this week at
the D strict Parsonage. It was a great
success and a great surprise to Rev. and
Mrs. Householder.

Sheriff Pearde last week picked up on
the streets of Tallahassee Nathan Mc-
Kinny, a negro wanted at Sylvania, Ga.,
where he was implicated in a murder for
which five men were recently sentenced
to be executed. The prisoner has been
fully identified and will be sent back to
Georgia for trial.

Fine Candies
uylers just received
at Balkcom's Drug Store

Ladies and Gentlemen, Girls and
? Boys.
1 extend you a cordial invitation to.
The Acne Ice Cream Parlors, St. Jamese
Hotel Buiding, one door south First Na-;
tional Bank. I am prepared to serve'
you with Ice Cream made from real;
sweet cream and pure fruit flavor. As-.
sorted Cake. Strawberries with cream,
Ice Cold Milk, Confectionery, Fruits.
Nuts, Figs. Dates.
The Acme iA Irst-class in all its ap-.
purtenaces, and will be kept up to a high:
standard of excellence, and service equal-
to any Ice Cream Parlor in the South. E
solicit orders from families, which will
receive prompt attention and be deliv-
ered at residences.
Very truly,
EDWIN F, DUKE.
Proprietor.
40 .& W 4' 3 03 M AL..
Bem.the ThelliadYMHaiAMimBli

4 t

Miss Blake's Sanitarium,
Next door north of Leon Hotel, open
all the year. Graduate nurses. For par-
ticulars aply to
Miss SALLIU E. BLAKE, Prop'r,
7 6m Tallahassee, Fla.
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure, and a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup used in time is worth
a staff of physicians with a drug store or
two included. Price, 25 and .50 cents.
Witht & Bro.
Our Bakery Goods are up to date.
Call and see the good things turned out
every day at T. B. Byrd's.
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
If yo7 want to get cool visit
Wight & Bros. soda fountain. i

The Tallahassee Tailoring Co.
Will make suits to order from twelve
($12) dollar and upward. Pants 4t
$3.75 and upward, according to the co"t
of material. Cleaning and repairing qt
reasonable prices. A pr sing club wIll
Se organized for the benefit of those
who wish to join Shop at St. James
Hotel.
S. J. MILLER, General Manager.
52-lm.
To Quench Frozen Orangeade,
Your Thirst
Balkcom's Drug Store.
TO THE DEAF.-A rich lady, cured of
her Deafness and Noises in the Head
Dr. NiLcolson's Artificial Ear Drun*
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that de4
people unable to procure the Ear Drms
may have them free. Address No. ll,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, Nw
York }
Finest Cigars in Tallahassee, at T. .
Byrd's, try them.
To Cure Constipetion Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. e
or25c. IfC. C. C. failto cure, dr-
gists refund nonev.


Examine our line of stationary
before PuWsing- Wight Bros.

I Kn I have the finest line of 4c,
10c and 15c Cigars obtan-
able.


My Soda Water and lce
Cream, is, if possible, bet er
than the best.


After one trial


agree with me.


Get your
worth?


you will


money's


V.F. Balkocom,


a get you up ay
lue o abort fotceai

Cotton So
$. per msack at Lem
BoA0B.-Firt claes
tainted reasonaMblyat
on Calbon street.
Boy yrow Seeds
Drug Co.
Educate Yer Bowels
Candy Cathartic,
forever. lc 25c
druggist refund morn


SUMMlER IMO


U


i the Cake


i Meal

board cawbe ob-
ra. Greenbow's%
4g-4m
the Talahassee


cas-sats

re constipatio
C. C. C. (ail,


SCH


University of
32d'Sunmer. July 2 to pt 1,
pec aly helpful to begin ; to c
admission to the bar; and orac
have lacked systematic in Ueti
logue, address
RALEIGH 0. J NOR.
c cl ttes
Wight Bros. deli er ice
blocks to any part o the c\
Cake Ornaments of oat lie
signs at T. B. Byrd's.



OOL,

, 1lq0. Es-
ndIldiates for
Utioners who
i. For cata-
Secy.,
sviie. Va.
cre fe in.
itil:
dutiful de-


Stocks, Cottqn, Wheat
Anybody desiring to tqn t or speculate
get our "Guide to Invest and SpLeulator
as well as our Daily Mlket Letter free
charge upon application tj
George Skaller & C(
BANKERS ANDI BROKERS,


1.
can
)rs'
Jof


Members of New York Cas. Stock -Exchange.
No. 70 Wall stret,.New.York.
Neuralgic pains, rhefmatism, lumbago
and sciactic pains, yi'd to the penetra-
ting influence of Ba ard's, Snow Lini-
ment. Price 25 and cents.
P Wight & Bro.
To the
A rich lady, cured her deafness and
noises in the head Dr. Nicholson's
Artificial Ear Drums ve $1000 to his
Intitute, so that de people unable to
procure the Ear Dru ma) have them
free. Address No. The Nicholson
Institute, 780 Eig Avenue, New
York. K 14-1y


For-a
Lands in Jackson,,
counties. Maj. Robo
Tallahassee. Fla.
Dr. Ford's&[
expels the noxious
from the system, a
disease and causes th
healthy blood for tias
ing. Dr. Ford's s
fers from other r
Bro.

Nunally's c(t
fresh at Wig/ht B


KE


The under
Stables, 'solicits
generally.

Fine


Courteous Ati
Will be
Careful at!
ing parties


I


Leon and Taylor
t Gamble, agent,
S43-tf.

Crms of dyspepsia
solutely cures the
stomach to urnish
and nerve build-
iepticide thus dif-
edles. Wight &


ies are always


signed, having
the patronage


SPRING


assumed charge of the Kemper
of -his friends and the public


pntion Combined with Liberal Treatment
ir claim upon the public for patronage.
mention given to winter visitors and hunt-


I


.4 '~'1.


Summer Wear


The- most complete line in Men's
Shoes, all grades; also Women's,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, ia
high- and low cuts. Gents' Fur-
nihings Negligee Shirts, Shirt
Waists, Underwear in all grades.
Hats for Men, Boys aid Children.
Trunks, Bags and coat Cases.
Specialties in Summer Clothing.




0. B Meginniss, Jr

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


p.



-


E-0





0


1*




0
Lf.





(Uf


0








0

C1


Go%







cm





2m.




C.2df


C,;

Co


0















am
4P


4--'


3'


t
1'







A









?


R. J BANNER1fAN,
l___ A r.


SRe l1 Estate Agency,
r T.T.ATTA SSE, FLORIDA.
200,000 acreI of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wet
Florida, in tracts hanging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acre,
at reasonable pri c rated according to timber, location, etc.
Also desire b city and suburban Residences and Building Lots in and
around Tallshb l, the most picturesque and attractively located city in the
State, with brightProspects of improved business.conditions.
Also improve Farms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for cal
tivation, Stock RPising and Dairying.
One of the ilost desirable of this -class is a tract of 800 acres of the
finest Farming I4d in Leon County, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section in
the South. Es al attention is called to this tract which will be sold at
very reasonable fires.
For further iculars call on or address with stamp the undersigned,
W. W. McGRIFF,
Tallahasseean Office,
TallahaaM6,F t


a-

Undez

Next door t


I


r. nwLmn

Lkez & Funezal Dizeotoz
TAT.T.AT ASSiSrj, FLA.,
ilmore & Davis Co., opposite Wight Bros. Drug Store.


.9
'I.,
I
f.
-k


ill


ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.


PER STABLES


Stock,

Fancy Turnouts
--AND-


I Know


J Know


WHY NOT


I I


10







I'


.THE WJMS&LY TALTLA1T~SWAmN: THUBSDAY, MAY 9, 1901.


(~slaul fostPa g.)'


?r aM",3,m, Campbel, Chambers,

.gg^11 pDowden,
" tm^wm FQ ," Uorntot
H,, B, Gint, barvel, Hendry, Hop-,
k. Xunter, Ja8o2, Jacoby,John-
M. Koo ALee, L'Bnge, Mc-
'McRae of Pasco, Mo-
PObatemKPhilmer, Pa4t
"TQ1 o1HOe PinholAster, Raemy,
Raulereon, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers
c Columbia, Russell, Shomaker,
Sledge Smith, Sparman, Thomas,
I'-VMA, Wall, Whaley, Willin-won,
W- l on, Wolfe, YoYung and Zewad-

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. Jackson: H. B, No. 340: To
amend Section 10 of COapter 4678, the
aame being an .act to provide for the
diVision of counties into school dis-
tricts, and for the eiec_.on bi-ennially
of three school trustees, and to pre-
scribe their duties and powers, and for
levying, collecting and disbursing dis-
trict school taxes. Referred to Com-
mittee on Education.
By Mr. Brown: H. B. No. 341: To
abolish the present municipal govern-
ment of the town of Arcadia, in the
county. of DeSoto, and State o- Flor-
ida, and to establish, organize and
constitute a municipality to be known
and designated as the city of Arcadia,
and to define its territorial boundary
and to provide for its jurisdiction,
powers and privileges. Referred to
%tonlmittee on City and County Or-
ganization.
By Mr. Browadr, by request: H.
BI. -.o. 342: An act in reference to the
care and supervision of State prison-
ers, and to repeal Chapter4758, Laws
of Florida. Referred to Comm..tee on
State Institutions
By Mr. Broward, by request: H. B.
No. 343: Fixing a license tax upon
persons, firms and corporations sell-
ing, buying or using trading stamps,
coupons and other gift enterprises,
ald to authorize counties, cities and
town In this State to license, tax and
regulate the same, and to provide pen-
alties for the'violation of this act Re-
ferred to Committee on Finance and
Taxation.
By Mr. Young: H. B. No. 344: For
the relief of A. J. Knight, W. G.
Brown, John Savarese, rancisco
Yaern, D. S. MacParlane, J. M. Long,
J. Henry Krause, administrators of J.
H. Krause,. deceased, C. L. Jones and
W. H. Beckwith, as sureties upon t.e
bond of W. E. Bledsoe, tax collector
of the county of Hillsboroug., and
State of Florida. Referred to Com-
mittee on Claims.
By Mr. Crawford: H. B. No. 349: To
classify the public- roaas and high-
ways of the State of Florida. Re-
ferred to Committee onPublic Roads
and ldghways.
By Mr. Chambers: H. B. No. 346:
Authorizing the* Boards of Public In-
struction of the several counties to
designate and appoint the treasurers
of school funds in their respective
counties and to fix their compensation,
and to repeal Section 240 of the Re-
vised Statutes of Florida, relating to
County treasurers. Referred to Com-
mittee on Education.
By Mr. Williamson: H. B. -No. 347:
"Relating to the limitation of the
nours of daily service of laborers and
mechanics employed unon the public
works of the State of Florida, and the
municipalities operating thereunder.
Refered to Committee on Lauor.
By Mr. GriggEs: r. J. Lt. No. 348:
Mewtorializing Congress in regard to
the further improvement of the Car-
rabelle River and East Pass entrance
to Apalachicola Bay. Referred to
Committee on Commerce and Naviga-
toin.
zsy Mr. Griggs: H. B. No. 349: To
amend Section 2772 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, said Section en-
titled dredging for sponges. Referred
to Committee on Commerce and Nav-
igation.
By Mr. Gornto: H. B. No. 350: For
the relief of W. G. Powell, Couit Re-
porter, Fourth Judicial District of
Florida, in thsease of the State vs.
the Hewitt Bros., indictment for
murder. Referred to Committee on
Judiciary.
By Mr. Parrish: ... is. No. 351: To
incorporate the town ofBonifay, in
Holmes county, Florida, and to pro-
vide for the lecetion of municipal of-
ficers. Referred to Committee on City
and County Organization.
By mar. Campbell: j B. No. 352: To
provide a penalty for shooting into or
throwing deadly, misses at or into lo-
comotives, passenger, express, baggage
or freight cars. Referred to Com-
mittee on Judiciary.


H. B. No. 353: To prohibit the sale
of intoxicating liquors in counties and
districts wherein the sale is prohibited
by soliciting orders to deliver same ih
such counties or districts. Referred to
Committee on Temperance.
BILLS PASSED.
H. B. No. 192: To amend Sections
7 and 9 of Chapter 4706, Laws of Flor-
ida, being an act to require railroad
companies in the biatae of Florida to
fence their-track, to provide the time
and manner in which such fence shall
be constructed, and to provide a pen-,
alty for failure to do so, and to pro-
vide. the measure ou damages for cat-
tle .- lied or Injured Dy trains or en-
gines on railroads not fenced, and pro-
viding for the payment of attorney's
fees and double damage for the kill-
ing or injury of domestic live stock
under certain conditions by the com-
panies refusing or neglecting, to fence
thelT rOsd required. Pased.
H. No. 176: To amend Section
23gof the Revised Statutes of the
State of Florida, relating to election
ot officers of corporations. eds
H. B. No. 34: In relation t the use
of bicycles on sidepaths, for Ticensing
bicycles, for appointing side th com-
inissioners and for the con traction,
-


g I


t Is a gooihng for te young ,I- nd
to vethe young wife. But .sympathy
wil not aate one jot of her nervoumzss
or lift her to that plane of sound health
where alone the wife and mother can
find ha:is
Dr. Ic's Favorite Piv.&ijion
meets every
Womanly's medicine and has no equwanl as
cue for. womanly and It esIt
tranquishes dries weakeilizes drai
the d uleration and
indnces refresh-
ing sleep. Its
cres female weaknesses previousto
the baby's ad-



Accept no substitute for tc Favorite Pre-
gives the mother abundant nutrition for
her child. "Favorite Prescription" is a
woman's medicine and has no equal as
lish *dries weakening drAi,
cures female weakness,
Accept no substitute for "Favorite Pre-
scription." No other medicine is "just
as good for weak and sick women.
"It affords me great pleasure to be able to say
a few words in regard to the merits of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Ptcsi ption and 'Golden
Medical Discovery,' writes Mrs. Flora Am. of
Dallas, Jackson Co., Mo. II was tempted to try
these medicines after seeing the effect upon my
mother. At an early age of married life I was
greatly bothered with painful periods, also a
troublesome drain which rendered me weak
and unfit for work of any kind. I became so
thin there was nothing left of me but 'skin and
bone. My husband became alarmed and got
me a bottle of Favorite Pl k.iaiption. After he
saw the wonderful effects of that one he got two
more, and after I used those up there was no
more pain, and I began to gain in flesh very
rapidly."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of 21 one-
cent stamp, to pay expense of mailing
only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf-
falo N.Y.

maintenance, regulation and preser-
vation of sidepaths oy defining the
powers and duties of said commission-
ers. Passed.
Adjourned.

BE dARE OF A %JOUGH.
A cough is not a disease but a
symptom. Consumption and bron-
chitis, which are the most dangerous
and fatal diseases, have for their first
indication a persistent cough, and if
properly treated as soon as this cough
appears are easily cured. Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy has proven
wonderfully succcessful, and gained
its wide reputation and extensive
sale by its success in curing the dis-
eases which cause coughing. If it is
not beneficial it will not cost you a
cent. For sale by Wight & Bro. and
all medicine dealers.

An Uneouth Mode of Burial.
Of all the modes of burial ever prac-
ticed by creatures in the shape of hu-
man beings the method of the Queens-
land nomads is certainly the most, un-
couth. After drying the corpse-in the
sun and knocking out its teeth for
keepsakes they deposit it on a frame-
work of rough poles and bury It under
a few armsful of rushes andold kan-
garoo skins, leaving the bush wolves
.to sing its requiem,
No member of the dead man's tribe
will settle within a mile .of his grave
for fear of being haunted by the
spooks making the burial place their
.midnight rendezvous. The metaphys-
ical opinions of the Australian aborig-
ines prove indeed that savages can be
afflicted with an abundance of super-
naturalism without betraying a trace
of anything deserving the name of re-
ligious sentiment.
They believe in evil spirits whistling
In the blasts of the storm wind and try
to exorcise them by spitting in the di-
rection of the sky, but for the concep-
tions of the deity, of future existence.
of repentance, atonement and con-
scienoce their language has not even a
definite word. From somewhere in the
land of their forefathers-eastern Asia.
perhaps-they have imported a notion
faintly resembling the Buddhist doc-
trine of metempsychosis and believe
that animals nay be reborn as men
and men as human beings of a superior
rank.


Burr's Self ControL
Aaron Burr was by nature and train-
ing a man of extraordinary self con-
troL He allowed no circumstances to
throw him off his balance. An anec-
dote told by Rufus Choate to the late
Richard H. Dana, recorded in Mr.
Dana's "Diary," Illustrates the callous-
ness which aided Burr so greatly in
controlling himself. Several years after
the death of Hamilton, killed by Burr
in a duel, Burr visited Boston. and Mr.
Devereux of Salem paid him some at-
tentions. The visitor was taken to the
Boston atheneum, where, while the
two men were walking through the gal-
lery of sculpture, Mr. Devereux hap-
pened to catch sight of a bust of Ham-
ilton.
The thought flashed across his mind
that 'Burr might not care to be con-
fronted with the sight of the features
of the man he had slain. But no. Burr
was undisturbed. He also espied the
bust, and, although Mr. Devereux bad
Instinctively turned away, he walked
up to It and said in a loud tone: "Ah!
Here is Hamilton!" Then, passing his
fingers along certain lines of the face,
he added, "There was the poetry!"
Hamilton's contemporaries gave him
credit for possessing a poetic mind.

Mlattery Prom the Mirror.
Does your mirror do you Justice?
You may think net.. r norhana -nn


The first royal speech transmitted by
telegraph was that delivered by the
late Queen Victoria when she opened
parliament ona ov. 15, 1837. The speed
of transmission was 55 words a min-
ute
Took Him at His Word.
"Men on newspapers often have
peculiar experiences," said W. A. Fair-
child of Chicago, "and such a one be-
fell a friend of mine some time ago.
The friend in question was city editor
of a great daily, and in the course of
his manifold duties it fell to his lot to
$zke to task one of his reporters. The
reporter in question was an English-
man, slow of thought and action and
miserly.of speech. Through the tirade
to which he was subjected lhe said
nothing, and when it finally ended be
left the presence of his superior with-
out any comment.
"But, as the result proved. he did
some tall thinking. City editors when
'riled,' as is well known, are not par
ticularly choice or economical in the
language they bestow on their unfor-
tunate reporters, and among other
things the Englishman had been told
that he was no better than-in fact,
was-a crazy man and that his proper
habitat was a lunatic asylum and not
the hall bedroom of a Chicago board-
ing house which he occupied. %
"The- Englishman took this part of
the city editor's remarks as his text and
acted upon them. He promptly went
to an asylum, had himself thoroughly
examined by three or four alienists
and secured from them an official cer-
tificate to the fact that he was sane.
With this he appeared at the office of
his paper the next day, and, entering
the editor's sanctum, he slapped it
down before his astonished and dis,
mayed superior. 'Now, you go and get
one,' was his only comment and for
once that city editor capitulated."-
New York Tribune.
Buakeed.-
"His name was Alexander, and his
weakness was the horses," said the re-
porter. "Surprising as it may appear,1
he won sometimes and enjoyed a brier
nodding acquaintance with fortune.
When the bookmakers got it back
again, he took to drink and in the end
went about trying to pick out a good
place in which to kill himself.
"He bought a drink Into a cheap hotel,
and the quality of the liquor led him
to believe he bad found the place. He
wished to do no man Injury, but any
one who sold that sort deserved to find
a dead man on the premises. He hired
a room, small, bleak, well calculated to
make a man willing to blow out the
gas, even if he had an aversion to it.
which Alexander had not.
"He plugged the apertures, closed
.the transom, hung his coat over: the
keyhole, turned out the gas and lay
down. Then he lighted it again and
wrote a few foolish letters of farewell,
so hard is it for even a tired mortal to
quit with no word. Then he put out
the light, saw that the gap was flowing
freely and lay down.
"He Doticed that it was ten minutes
to I o'clock in the morning. He fell
siti n am ear ai ..,. "IIa ---^. o a t _


; ..


guy-


A

p938


top and tilg wavelke! on
Thenm e the eftee The
of the complexion will be there a little
enpbtsted The expression of the
countmnance, the light of the eye, the
color of the hair. will be accurately re-
fleeted. all softened and made more
hame1nl1ous than yqur mirror showed
them before the gauze was used. You
may believe that that subtle bit of
white materially makes the glass tell,
nearer the truth than it did without it.

Thouahts eon marriage.
A little girl in Ireland was asked
what was the sacrament of matrimony.
twe said, "It's a state of torment into
which souls enter to prepare them for
other and a better world." "That,"
GMm the curate, "is purgatory. Put her
dewn to the bottom of the class."
"Leave her alone," said the parish
Ptest. "For anything you or I know
ts the contrary, she may be perfectly

"Courting," said an Irishman, "is like
Ing. Sure, a man must do it for him-
UfYR-E. J. Hardy's "Concerning Mar-


Varleose Veins.
An exchange gives the following cure
2r varicose veins, contributed by a
pMson who was cured by it- in less
San three weeks: Peel a potato; grate
It ee; place it on a white cloth long
s*ugh to well cover the ulcer. Warm
ft a little and apply in the morning.
bemew at noon; also at night before
Wiring. Let It remain all night Put
a three new poultices next day just
the same and continue to do so until
the ulcer is entirely healed. Wash the
icer every time the poultice is re-
newed.

Juveaile Diseouragemeat.
Elsie-Mamma, there's a funny old
msan in this Pickwick book that's al-
ways telling his son to beware of the
widows. Why is that? a
Mamma-Well, a widow is supposed
to be skillful in catching a husband.
Elsie-Gracious! I wonder if I'll
have to be a widow before 1 can get
married.-Philadelphia ress

Collectors Needed.
Weary Waddleton-De wurld owes
us fellers a livin.
Willie Wontwork-Dat's right, but
Its orful slow pay. Wot our perfeshun
needs is a collection agency.-Ohio
State Journal.


e lung tin dngad. and at ev*-
rj tiswn whleb they visited Dr. -h,
noticed that his colleague who always
spoke firt. made the same speech. Is
tact, so often did the professor give
that speech thaft the worthy doctor
klew It off by heart., and this fact led
the latter to think of a way of taking
the wind out of bis friend's satil.
On their arrival at a town in sou th
L.afcashire Dr. Dale asked Dr. Rogers
to allow him to speak first. an arrange-
ment to which the latter readily
agreed, so Dr. Dale rose and proceeded
to deliver tbh speech of Dr. Rogers,
looking every now and then out of the
corner of his eye 1o see bow that wor-
tby gentleman 'was taking this practi-
cal joke. Dr. Rogers sat.calm and "om-
posed, and when at length bis turn
came to speak he just as calmly rose
and delivered, to Dr. Dale's utter as-
tonishment, quite a new speech.
At. the conclusion of the meeting Dr.
Dale said to his colleague:
"I thought I had taken the wind out
of your sails tonight,"
Dr. Rogers replied: "Oh, no. I de-
livered that speech when I was here a
month ago."
The Cabsom sad Slemee.
The president of the French Acade-
my of Sciences remarked in a recent
.address that the cannon is one of the
most instructive laboratories that sci-
ence possesses. It was the modern can-
non. be said. which suggested the appll-
cation of explosive gases to the driving
of engines. The experience of the Im-
mense pressures obtained in cannon
also led to the use or pressures in
steam machines which a few years
ago would have been regarded as im-
practicable. TIus experiments intend-
ed primarily fqr the purposes of war
.ad resulted in the advance of the tri-
umphs of peace.

Both at Rest.
suppose." said the stonecutter,
"you'll wait 'Requiescat in pace' at the
bottom of your wife's monument?"
"No." replied the bereaved Mr. Peck;
"make It 'Requiesco In pace.'"
"That means "I rest in peace,' doesn't
It?"
"Yes. and I want you to sign that
'Husband.' "-Catholic Standard and
times.


The blood may be n bad condi
yet with -no extentzl 'g* no a0in
eruption or ses to dictate it. The
symptoms in such cas being a variable
appetite, poor digestio an indete-ribeble
weakness and nervousness, loss of -shb
and a general run-& condition of the
stem-clearly showlg the blood has
lot its nutritive qualities, has becomethin
and watery. It is in st such cases tha
S. S.S.has done some its quickest and
most effective work b building up the
blood and supplying elements lacking
to make it strong and
-F
"My wife used sey-
eral bottles of &S. S. &
as a blood puri.er and
to tone up a weak and
msmariated system,with
very marked effect by
way of i veuk flot.
"We regard it a
great tonic and blood
rinceton, M'
is t* greatest of a
tonic, and you will
sss findthe appetite im.
Sprovesatoiceistrength
returns, and Mnervosness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once'-more circulates
through all parts of the-system.
S. S. S. is the only urely vegetable
blood purifierknown. I:contain3 no min-
erals whatever. Send t our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write our
physicians for any information or advice
wanted. No charge for medical advice.
TlE SWIFr SPECIFIC ATLANTA, GA.

being one t'ortheoumii-. a clergyman
standing by tislied o t his cardcase
and. extracting from ita 5 cent stamp.
the smallest priced st.mp he had. of-
fered it to the bishop po use as a sub-
stitute for the much needed court plas-
ter.
"The bishop accepted it gratefully"
and in his turn took opt his own card-
case. In it be placed ie 5 cent stamp
and then. producing a ', cent specimen
of his own. hi. pasted Jt over the still
bleeding wound."-Ne4 York Tribune.
Muleting Wasger.
Wagner when a youpg man wrote a
sonata which had a fair success, but in
after life he made evepy effort to sup-
press it. Going to tje publisher, he
said. "Have you any copies of that mis-
erable thing still unsold?" "Yes.' was
the reply; "! have quite a number of
them in stock." "Send'them to me at
once. with a bill," said the composer
A thousand copies were soon after
ward delivered at his:,door. The bill
was a big one. but it yas paid, some-
what grudgingly. and Wagner thought
be had done with thi thing. What
was his surprise, then. at receiving two
or three mouths later on another con
signment, this time of 500 copies.
"1 thought you had q'ly a thousand
of these things." he pittested. 'That
was all I had in stock explained the
dealer, "but these havi been returned"
by my agents, to who 1I wrote that
you wished to have *e sonata sup-
6ressed." Wagner wl ced. but there
was nothing for it.but to pay the bill
And thereafter whenever business was
cull with this crafty blisher a few
hundred copies cf .ae ,nata would be
struck off on shopwor4 paper and de-
Bvered at the composers door, with a
memorandum to the ,ect that they
just come back froim remote places
here they had been snt for sale.
i -



W[ORMS


2. 01 5

2.161 I


12. (,j5 :5
Am't collected and
paid to Feb. 12.
1901............ 424 .55- 1221080
8?4 240K
Attest: Cou Clerk ot Circuit Court, Lconu.-owttv, lorio.
-I
T. 5. E. Railroad
Will run a passenger train on Tuesdays, Thurs-
days and Saturdays of each week.
Schedule effective Dec. 1, 1900.
Read down. Read up.

8 -00oa. m. Lv.... Wacissa....Ar. PM. 5:1&
o:15 a. m. Ar..Tallahassee...Lv. jp.m. 40B-
i (Bell Air Crossing)

Tickets will be for sale at Dr. Lewis' Drug
Store. Thomas City, and at the train twenty
minutes before leaving.
For information as to freight or express, apply
to Dr. Lewis, agent, or Capt. Thomas, cldfC-
tor at train.
Hack will meet train at Bell Air crossing, an.
returning leave Tallahassee in time to meet ta
for Thomas City.
R. L. BumrErr, General Manager,
Tallahassee. Fla.

ii WHITE'S CREAM

IVERMIFUCE!


2 0YmIWL iUc U
MOM@= 313'W AL ____mm
-.--.'~ JAEMS F, Bst. Louis
tiP 003000 Ct003C 000 ; Oto OOD~ppp C Vp i i33 33
@ So@


Ni

Te

of

all



St


ine=

.nths



I the

aople

differ


from a

Diseased

Liver.


Adversity' ound Reobin.
"This Is a cold world. A man can't
get a job unless be has a good suit of
clothes."
"Well, that's logic."
"Logic?l e can't get a good suit of
clothes unless he has a job."-Detroii
Free Press.
Contests er Iags.
From the remotest ages the egg bas
been looked upon as the symbol of crx'
ation, or new birth. According te thli
Persians, the world was hatched from
an egg at that season of the year which
corresponds to the vernal equinox.
Hence the Parsees still exchange gifts
of colored eggs at the new year festi-
val, which they celebrate at this date.
Among the Jews the egg entered iutn,
all the mysterious ceremonies ealied
apocalyptic and occupied a prominent
position on the household table during
the paschal season. Christianity ln-
vested the paschal egg with a new sig-
nificance-namely, that of the resur-
rection of Christ, and it was colored
red in allusion to his blood shed for
sinners on the cross.
A curious custom in medieval church-
es, for priests and choristers to join In
a game of ball at Eastertide, took its
rise from the Easter egg, which was
thrown from one to the other of the
choristett in the nave of the church
while an anthem was being sung. As
a missed egg meant a smashed gr the
more durable handball w9'- js~.--.nt L
But the smashing of e cor .-Aued
as a form of outdoor sport .rvrivals
are to be found among all Teutonie
and Anglo-Saxon people. A popular
game In England and Germany con-
sists in hitting one egg against anoth-
er, the egg that survives neiracked
winning for its owner the weaker an-
tagonist, until an entire basket of eggs
may have changed ownership. Anoth-
er game Is to trundle eggs down a hill
or slope, those which reach the bottom
uncracked being similarly victorious
over the others.

Tale of a FPrual Bishop.
"There used to be to a city In which
I lived," said a Cleveland man, "a cer-
tain bishop who, while possessed of the
highest principles and,whose aims and
ambitions In life were of the highest
character, at the same time united with
these a penuriousness In money mat-
ters that caused Innumerable stories.
IuIlstrative of this falling to be teacked
upon him. One of these related to a
eertain church conference which the
bishop and other dignitaries of the
church at one time attended.
"At one of the meetings the bishop
In endeavoring to open a letter neatly
with his penklnife was so unfortunate
as to allow the latter to slip and to
cut a finger severely. The injured
member bled profusely, and a hasty
search for court plsater ensued. There


OTHER BINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

EGULATES theli4, Sltmachand Bowds,
asestoeSystem, Pusrifi the Boo.


Emuy MbNO M WIN mSatluttm.

-Pr~xle, 60 Centa.
FuwITby AM5 E. BAWJADSt.L Los. ,Mo


I


I


A QUICK 'CURE
S FOR COUGHS
An. dC o.T


General revenue.. $ 7.301 i6
Am't- collected and
paid to Feb. 12,
1901.............. 277 7
Fines, forfeitures.... 2, os 21
Am' t collected and
paid to Feb. 12,
1901.... ...... 1o7 03
Bridges. culverts.etc 2.216 (;7
Am't collected and
paid to Feb. 12.
1901............. s.. 3
County Schools...... 11. :i.:: :.
Including polls 1. ,:(r2 on


- t grup on the Laramie range
Sa li title station called S
mere watering place for trains
tUnon Pacific railway. Near by ft
S gigantic pyramid of stone 60 f
high and 60 feet square at the i
which was set up by the railway as
monument to Oakes Ames and Olivr
aLImes.-
Sn the lottter eighties there arrived at
Sherman a shabby person of melan-
cboly aspect who put up a "shack"_j,
western for shanty-not far from the
monument. Ostensibly, he was pros.
pecting, and he continued to prospect
for three years without accomplishing
any results, so far as could be ob.
Served. At the end of that period the
management of the Union Pacific re.
ceived from him a communication de-
manding the immediate removal of the
monument from the premises, which
he claimed as his under the homestead
law.
The matter was regarded in a hu
morous light at first, but subsequent
proceedings developed the fact that
the squatter bad what lawyers call a
"case."
The stranger, It seems, had located
on a section of land which did not be
long to the Union Pacific-the same,
section on which the monument had.
by an inadvertence, been placed. HB
knew very well what he was about
and the upshot of the affair was that
the railway had to paf $5,000 for the
Squatter's tract in order to make its
title good.
The monument, by the way, is dis.
tant only about 100 yards from the
station, and it is a favorite trick of ex-
perienced persons to Induce green
travelers to attempt a run to the pyra-
mid and back during the two minutes
of the train's wait. In nine cases out
of ten they fall on the way beck,
bleeding at the nose, the air being ao
rarefied at that elevation of 8,300 feet
as to forbid such exercise.-Satunry

BTATEXIrT.
Made Under Section 36, Chapter 4116, iLt
of Flrida,(19J)
Showing the amount of taxes charred to gt
Tax Collector of Leon county, Florida, to be
collected for the current year 1o90, and tie
apportionment of the same to the seveug
funds for which -uch taxes have been levieg
includinrpoll tac with county school fund.
Total tax for year 1900, including
Poll tax (3302) ........... S 24,990
Am' collected and paid to Febru-
ary 12, 1901...................... 8949
L$ 24,09701
A15IUININ


-A-,


-----------


or


... ... ...


DR


+/


*" ++ + N


-$ ,040


-


-


1
!
I
1

I


. I






- 1 /


9


S'- I


THE WaSBKLY TATIT.ABA 18jEA N, W{URaBDAY, MAY 9, 190L
.. / !


I


:rere counting on the presumptN o tt *". ". :. : a. ee. a little bit
Mason and Dixon's line was the 'divd- of wood chipped off the corner, and I
fig line between tfie north and south Just put a little putty there to fill up.
and fo[ned, therefore, the plan of It won't do no harm, sir. when It's set
marching an army from Wheeling to hard. /
some point owt the lakes and thus dis- Customer (finding some more putty
severing the north at one blow. The Patches--Look here, my man, this
plan seemed so feasible that it is said won't do. Why, here's a- big lump right
to have materially aided the sale of in the middle of this leg. What can
Confederate bonds In England, but you say about that?
whet, Captain Garnett, a West Point Joiner scratchingg his head and try-
graduate, started to carry it out he got Ing hard to find some excuse by which
no farther than Harpers Ferry. When to retrieve his honor)-Well. sir, that's
he struck the mountains, he struck en- no harm whatever, and the putty when
emles who shot at his men from am- It sets hard will be firmer and harder
bush, cut down bridges before him, than the wood. So. you see. it will be
carried the news of his march to the all the better if you wait a bit. sir.
Federal. and Garnett himself fell Customer (sarcastically)-Here. my
with a bullet from a mountaineer's good man, just take this table home
squirrel rifle at Harpers Ferry.-Scrib. and bring me one made of putty alto-
ner's Magazine. gether. I want a good strong one. and
you can fill up the cracks with wood.-
The Honorable Board. London Tit-Bits.


SFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHE IS M


le wal,, ,, .idead ,,, ,,Repea .,,r
h tUP beringfmI take ned and ym wm get a ebetshens tat maeyaa bay.
. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.


PRECIOUS STONES.

The Methods by Which They Are
Tested by Experts.
In a lecture on precious stones re-
cently delivered before the Industrial
association of Berlin, Dr. Immanuel
Frledlaender said that the testing of
diamonds is comparatively simple. The
common test for hardness suffices. If
the stone resists strong attacks, it Is
certain to be genuine; if it does not,
the damage is insignificant, as only an
imitation has been destroyed. This
test, however, is doubtful with rubies.
If a ruby can be affected by a steeJ
file or by quartz, it is surely not gen-
uine, but such a test with a topaz Ia
liable to injure a valuable stone.
The test for hardness is of no avall
with emeralds, as this stone 14 not
much harder than quartz and in addi-
tion possesses the quality of cracking
easily.
For examining rubles and emeralds
the optical test is best. A glass mag-
nifying about 100 times suffices. Ev-
try expert knows that almost all pre-
dous stones have little flaws. Nearly
every ruby and all emeralds have
many defects, which are so character-
ktic that the genuineness of tihe stones
is readily established. Such a test is
very necessary with rubies, because
the imitations are very deceiving.
Their color is absolutely durable and
Soften much ,finer than that of the gen-
- line, although it may be stated that a
somewhat yellowish tint is always sus-
picious. ;.
The only reliable way in which gen-
dsoe rubies can be told from imitations


h


Is by the minute air bubbles of the lat-
ter, which become clearly visible un-
der the magnifying glass. These are
not to be found in the natural gem.
On the other hand, the Imitations laek
certain defects characteristic of gen-
uine rubles-certain vacuums, whose
outlines are much more indistinct than
those of the air bubbles in imitations.
True emeralds have similar charac-
teristic defects, such as Inclosures of
liquids and curious dendrites. Sap-
phires also show peculiar netlike for-
mations.

SOUTHERN MOUNTAINEERS.
The Part They Played In the War
Between the States.
It is odd to think, that the southern
mountaineer was not discovered until
the outbreak of the civil war, although
he was nearly a century old then, and
it is really startling to realize that
when one speaks of the southern moun-
taineers he speaks of nearly 3,000,000
people who live in eight southern
states-Virginia and Alabama and the
southern states. between-and occupy
a region equal in area to the combined
areas of Ohio and Pennsylvania, as
big. say, as the German empire, and
richer, perhaps, in timber and mineral
deposits than any other region of sim-
ilar extent in the world. This region
was and is an unknown land. It has
been aptly called Appalachian Ameri-
ca. and the work of discovery is yet
going on.
The American mountaineer was dis-
covered, 1 say, at the beginning of the
war, when the Confederate leaders


DelinqAient Tax List.
(rontined from Fourth Page.)
Joaphus Hooper ............N half of it quarter a ad Lits No 3.
37 9L- Jacres aud Lot No 4, 58.
553- 00 ............. ........ 35
All lying of Forbei purchase line
of...... ........................... ; 35
Thm Gramy, ament for Shelly
Gray........... ..............- half of s quarter of nw qr and
n half of ne quarter of sw qr of 9
s half of-sw qr of ne qr and n
half of nW quarter of se quarter of 9
Dtmown ..................... of ........... .. .. .. ........ 26
iPluacker-............ ...... quarter, e half of sw qr.
sw qqsrter of sw quarter and
s half Of nwv qu.trtr of sw qr 32
Bimey H Cae. .................N half, a qr. nw quarter of s fqr
ant n half f swqrof seqr ...... 14
Vakowna... ................ W half of sw quarter of-............ 9
itmD ow; also FM Oliver..S half of-.......................... I
0 Simmons-.................Nwquarterof........ .............. 8
JJ Pearce and R W AshmareNe quarter of n" quarter oi........ 12
Utakown .....................S h-dfof........ ................... 13
Vaknown .... .. ......o....... I hal of .... ............... ....... 7
Sw q .aarm er of ........................ 8
MIJ BP Walker ............E half of .. ......................... 2
All of the w halfts aid e of the
O)'loJkone3 river of ....... .... 2
All except e half of so quart-r of se
quarter of............ ... .... 11


Is lv 1'76.46


is lw 370


2w 40
2w 40
2w 610


300
540
8O
320)
160
40
3-20
3"20
1(60
320
260
300


6 09


2 00
5 0(;

350
515
I 81
78
305
4 66


8 83


J A Pearea a:ent for Henry
S Coore-tjt ..-w ................ T C Lot 3');. 0 P ................. .......... ..............4 02
AllredA Ai:lrews............. CTC boti 1'; a-io tl6, N A....................................10 2~1
lb0nKOliver ............. .....T C i 2l ). N .............................. ... .. .......3 72
a .................. .....Partof PC Lot 5 N.V A ad Iliion.dc-
scrlb-at wit.rComunnecinng at the
Scorner of s i:1 lot an t ru n 174
feet, thence we-t 915-10i-l feet
.^^ t~~ ience s c.th 171 fI-'t th! ne.-e
S- 9 .5--10 fet to pth l)l:tu of be,; u-
Snin ....... ....... .. ................. ... ...........4 61
Henrietta William3.............Lot Hof T 0 Lot 51. N W \.. ai per
plat recorded in doAl book H H,
ole page 591............... ....... ........................... 68
en enshaw..............Sub-divisioi No 6, 7 a 8of ..................... 2
]L63t57.N WA............................................. 402
WT Chester ageat for Mary
V Chastar..................55 feet nffthe e ead of TC L t 8 N
S 4 ei.. n .......... ...... 2"."1.". N ,............................1 57
SaerTxoorer ................. W nalt o e half of TCLot'2 N 01
()D% ........ ... .........................................2 50
INA...... ... .............. TClAotS8, 8%Oon........ ... ................................ 901
W T Chester agent for Mary ff ( o 8 o0
V CeerE hfofTC Lot ..................................4 02
.....................Part of TC Lot 50. 9% G%.begin-
". ninr at the ne comer of Mid lot
Sand run south 75 feet, thence w

beginning ........................... ......... ...............6 10
* l J MeJ e unisn admr Mrs Ellen .
.Wi.s..este ............TCLots2, 53. 54 and 55 17
coU "C%...................................... ...............17 S
AAMeihnim admr Mrs Ellen
wlia estate Se............5 feet of the silde of TC Lots 70
an 7_ 8d'70. 0^8% o ..............................................1 87


W. A. DBMILLY, Tax Colleelor.


Sam Rawson occasionally said a good
thing, and one of these occasions chanc-
ed to be the town meeting. The peo-
ple of Sam's village could not under-
stand bow the money appropriated for
the roads had vanished with such poor
results.
A stretch of road running past Sam's
house was in notoriously poor condi-
tion, although Sam declared that be
had paid liberally to have it put Ia
good order, and there was general In-
terest when Sam rose to make his state-
ment before the selectmen.
"I'd Just like to say one thing," he
drawled, heedless of the fact that he
had Interrupted an Indignant neighbor.
"I don't want to make any fuss, but
I'd just like to ask the honorable board
of highwaymen"-
That was as far as hbe could get. A
roar of laughter swept over the town
meeting and showed its effect. in the
red faces of the "highwayvwn." -
Youth's Companion.

Wherever Dry.
There Is a youngster In GOrald cel-
lege who combines the poetic Instinct
with a keen sense of humor. He Is
not a close student-In fact, he regard
books as instruments of torture. One
of the professors picked up a textbook
belonging to him the other day and
found on the fly leaf this bit of vernsn
which no doubt expressed the stA*
dent's opinion of it:
Should there be another flood.
For refuge hither fly.
And sbou!d the whole world be eubtmerge
This book would still be dry.
-Philadelphia Record.


A Pound of Cow@.
"My son." dsid the family man, M"
anxious to Ixcomne a pugilist. rD do-
ing my best to prevent bhim.
"Let him go ahead." b the friend
of the family, "and have i w one
pound him. You'll flDi a pied of
cure worth more than Ban M meEa re
ventlUo"-P hiajdhwphM E oMa
The Sort of Table lie Wanted.
The following conversation wa. over-
heard between a joiner and his custom-
er a short time ago:
Joiner-Please, sir, I've brought the
table you ordered me to make.
Customer-Well, put it down here.
my man, and let's see what sort of a
job you've made of it.
The man set it down in the middle of
the room, and the customer examined
It with the air of a critic.
Customer-Why, my man, there i.
here a crack filled up with putty.
Joiner-Yes, sir. Well, sir, I knoiu
about that, but it won't be noticed
when it sets hard.
Customer (coming across some more
putty)-But here's some more, my man.
What is the meanitp of *hta9

HOW'S THIS?


We offer One Hundred Dolars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CaENEY & CO.,
Props., -Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin-
ancially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their firm.
WEST C TRAUX,
West & Traux,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75ec. per bottle. Sold by all
Druggists. Testimonials ree
Hall's Family Pills are the best.


Fast Freight and Luxuriou Passenger[Route: to New York, Boston a

Short Rail Ride to S-avanna
TitrNCcE via palatial express steamships sailing from 1,Sa
I ships each week to New York, making close connection
New York-Boston ships, or Sound liners.
S11 ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailingscheaules.
info nnati n, sailing,schedules, stateroom reervatlon c,sa
W. H. PLEASANTS. T-aflic Manager. New Pier :1.5 North 1iver. New York.
WA TER HAWKINS. Gen. Aft. Trallie Depti 22. We-t Bay street. Jaeksonvi


How the Spanish Gypsy Dances.
I held my breath as i watched the
gypsy in the Seville dancing hall. I
felt myself swaying unconsciously to
the rhythm of her: body. of her beck-
oning hands, of the glittering smile
that came and went in her eyes. I
seemed) to be drawn into a shining
whirlpool, in which I turned, turned.
hearing the buzz of the water settling
over my head. The guitar buzzed.
buzzed in a prancing rhythm, the gyp-
sy voihld about the floor in her trailing
dreams. never so much as showing her
ankles. with a rapidity concentrated
upiim itself. Her hands beckoned,
reac:-ied out. clutched, clutched dell-
e"tly. lived to their finger tips. Her
hl;!.- straihrhtened. bent, the knees bent
andx straightened. the heels beat on the
tloir. carryiing her backward and
round. T're toes pointed, paused, point-
ed. and the body drooped or rose into
immobility, a smiling, significant pause
of the whole body. Then the motion
began again, more vivid, more restrain-
ed. as If teased by some unseen limits,
as if turning upon Itself in the vain de-
sire to escape, as If caught in its own
tolls.-Arthur Symons in London Sat-
urday Review.

CompaIlone I Misery.
. "I am not especially sensitive," said
the man with the billiard ball pate in
talking to friends with scanty hair
who had bien telling experiences. "but
I confess It rankled when an absolute
stranger hailed me as 'Old Baldy!' I
was sprinkling the lawn one hot even-
ing last summnir and had laid aside hat
and coat. I was somewhat astonish('ed
on looking up to tsee a stranger hanging
over the picket fence intently watching
me. I continued to play the hose. but
when I looked up again the ian was
still there studying and with evident
amusement. I glared at him.
"'Hello. old Baldy!' he shouted.
making a profound bow.
'Are yoa speaking to me. sir?' I de-
manded.
"'Hello. old Baldyr he repeated.
"'Why. you verdant chump.' I re-
plied. rushing toward him. with the
nozzle. 'I'll turn the hose on you!'
"'No. you don't." he answered. re
moving his hat with a flourish and
making another low bow. 'I'm the Ilm
it,' he said. I then saw there was not
a hair on his head. We went off to
getbhr and had a drink."-New York
Sun.


Unappreciated Efforts.
Unselfish goodness is seldom appre-
ciated in this world of ours. There was
that man in the electric car. for in-
stance. Having rung up three fares in
his efforts to stop the car for the lady
that sat on the opposite side, he tossed
after her the umbrella that belonged
to the little gray whiskered man on his
right. Neither the gray whiskered man
nor the conductor liked the thoughtful
Samaritan for his altruistic efforts.-
Boston Transcript.

Aeeepted.
"I am a self made man," said the
pompous individual, with his chest ex-
panded.
The other looked at him critically.
"Your excuse is satisfactory," he
said.-Brooklyn Life.

Before 50 the most healthful occupa
tlon is that of the clergyman. Tbhe-
doctors and the lawyers are close to-
gether. After 50 years, according to
the figures. It Is more healthful to prac-
tice medicine or the law than it is te
reach.


Schiedul~e Effectiv


NOI(TH & FAST. 1 *441 s :6
Lv Jacksonville.... .. ... II.ua 74ip i;6:Ia
tAr Fernandina ............ I ;g;-- a 9',p 820a
Ar v'-rett............ 12 ,pIO0op 851 p
Ar, avannah ............. 1 45 pl 50 p 10 30a
Ar Fairfax ... .......... --- p 24tla ......
rr Denmark ............... p 2la .... ..
Ar Columbia-............... 51 p 43 a ......
Ar Camden ................ 7 31 p 6 42 a ... .
ArSouthern Pines...... ... 13 p 9 a ......
Ar Kaleigh.................. 122 a20 p ......
Ar Portimouth ...... ..... 7 a 5 p ......
Ar chmond............... 456a 535p ......
-r Washington............ 845 930p .... ..
Ar Baltim-re ............-... 10 ct a II 5 p .... ..
Ar Philadelphia.... ... ... l.S2p 2S ;a.a
Ar New York ............ 3 15P 6: a .... ..
WEST. & NEW ORLEANS.I I 3 1 1
Lv Jacksonville ................... 6 :E, p 9-- 5a
Ar Lake City............ ....... I p1 Ida
Ar LiveOak ......... ......... ... 9 20 p 11 fi9 p
tr Madisn ........ .......... .... 10 14 pa 104 p
Ar Monticello ..... .............. lila 315 p
A*r Tllaha-ace..................... 1201 a t3.- 5p
Ar Qulney.......... ............... ...... 4 27 p.
Ar RliverJunction-... ........"....-....... 5 15 p
r Pensacoia............ ......... .... 0 p
Ar Mouole..........-..-.... -I....... 3-fi) p
Ar New Orleans...... .......... ......... 7 :Z p


a.
the Rast.


&nnah. Four
fn with

Write or geer

ie. Fla.*, W -


SEAROARD IR LINE



RAILWAY.


re pril 21, 1901.
I o OLTHERN DivISION. ,'


"17 1 31


Lv Jacksonville ........... .9 10n t p
ArBaldwin ................. ........ 944a 9(0)
Ar Waldo............ ........ ...............11 15a 1054b
A r Gainesville .............. ...... ll 55p ......
Ar Cedar Key ........ ............ p ......
Ar ilvtor -rings.... ..... ...10 p ......
A r (k-ala.... ............... ...... 123p l a00
Ar Wildwood..................... 214p 1 431
Sr l.eesblurg...................2. *-Up 3: Ma
ArTavares................. ...... 321p 40)a
Ar orlando .................... 4 45p 729a
Ar winter Park................. 53p ....
Ar Dade City ..... ......... ...... 33-p 4(00
Ar Plant City...................... 4 18 p 5 0&
ArTamipa.................... 500pl 615k
No. 2 leaves Tallahassee coing ca.t at 1.46,
arrives %'onticello 3.15, Live Oak4k44, Lake
City 5.27. Jacksonville 7.25 p. m. No. 4 igoip
east leaves T. llahassee 4:45 a. m.. arriving
Ja.-kaonville 10.15 a. m.
*No. 68 leaves Jacksonville daily at
4.:25 p. m., arrives Fernandina 5:50 p. m.
Coniiectioti made at Fernazadina with Cumber-
land Route steamers, leaving Fernandina 1:30
p. in. daily except Sunday, arriving Brunswick
5:00p nm.
+Leave Fernandina for Jacksonville 7:40 a. m.
and 2:0 lp m.
Arrivals at Ja(ksonville from the North and
Fast. No. 27, at 7:30 a. m.; No. 31, at :1:50. p.
m. : No :oatS:3op. m. From theWe-t, No. 2,
at 7:25 p. m.; No. 4. at 9 O a m. From the
south, No. 44, at 9:00 a.r. ; No 06, at 3:55 p. m


=Train No. 44, the Florida and Metrol olitan Limited, vestibuled train between Jacksonville
and New York, via Richmond and U ashington, including drawing roopm, dining
and observation cars. Day roaches between Jackeonville and Washington. Trams 31 and
44 carry Pullman Buffet sleehuinir cars between Jacksonville and Tampa,
No. 66 Florida and Atlantic Fast Mail. solid vestibuled train, consisting ot day coaches. maHi
baggage and express; cars between Jacksonville and Washington, and Pullman dleepar between
Jackaonville and New York.
Steamers for Key West and IHavanna--Leavo Port ,Tampa Sundays, Tue4days and Thursdays,
11040P. m
Noa. 2 and 1, sleeper between New OrleaIns and J.ackso-ville.
Full Information at City TiCket Office by R. P. Hopkins, Agent
V. E. M' BEE, K. L. RUNCH, A. 0. MacDONELL,
Gen' oupt., Gen. Pas. Agent, Asst. Gen. iPa. Agent,
Portsmouth .|Va.s. Jacksonville, Fla


Carrabelle, Tal ah assee & Georgia R. R.


PASSENGER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3,1900.


Read Down.


A. A.
11 0
fll 14
11 37i
1150
Wl 50
12304
1238
P.M.


Read Upx

-41
^ /
.4iii


STATIONS


.0 ..... Carrabelle.....
5.0 .... Lanark ......
13.2 .. Mclntyre .....
15.0 ....Curtis Mills....
19.2 .... .opceoppy ....
21.4 .... Ashmore......
29.5 .......Arran.. .....
W.0 ....Hilliardville. ..
40.2 ... Spring Hill....
50.0 .. ..Tallahamse....


a. M.
950
9 0
9320
910
905
845
830
820
8(00


od

...... ........ ....... .......
...... ................ .......
...... .............. ........
D...... ....... ........ ........
......o....... ............ ...
...... ....... ... ...........
D...... ........ ........ ....
...... ........ ...... ......


. Stop oa signal for pwgets
Con'e% '-At Tallalamq with trains on 8. A. L. At Carrabelle with Apalaehicola steamed
ktS Apalchioob with CbattMboehee Kiver deamem.
S. sail Steamer Creset City will leave -palat-oola daily at 6:30 a. m. Returning lev
an-aboallealy, 11. 00 mA P. W. A .MSTRONG, Gen. Pe Ag.,. Tallahamme. ila. ,



CATARRH CAN BE CURED


- II


-~ a m J -


MURDOOK'S CATARRH

!-a



I
* ---:-


81-;


IL -


-I




.1


j'


This is the Smallest



WirW KC51" AI OR WI

WLVDFanclj B V
CIy


-/.,.


t- -,.
hat'-


oU ICE


m


DOUBLE DAmLY SERvICE


..


is


I-


". =',, ',a,"
%. .% ." 4;


<^


-- A .


1


Mid- m














s. lainL. Bond lot an shde poM-
u J Jackanviae .fre. She
SOna triendf in th fty who will
e ote to hear it.
*,e


is the bane of women. What is wanted
Snot riSief alone, but relief and cure.
'Dr Loyal Ford'PDyjpide will cure
Si& lSAacbafor all time. It makes
the stomach right.
Capt Mac. -iorrougha, of Jackson-
Ville, was up Tuesday to Attend the
funeral of General Houstour.'
Mr. Sams, traveling representative9
of the Savannah Morning News, was in
the city yesterday on bustaess con-
Rected with his paper.
During the summer season cramps
come upon us unexpectedly; you should
be prepared for an emergency of this
kind, as otherwise you will suffer-agony
for hours. Keep.a bottle of Pain-Killer
handy and go by the directions on the
wrapper, it will surprise you how
quickly relief will come. Avoid substi-
tutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
Davis'. Price 25 cents and 50 cents.
Mr. Church Croon, of Brooksvflle, is
again in the city, visiting relatives and
friends.
Mr. R. W. Cary, a prominent citi-
zen of Pensacola, arrived on the east-
bound train yesterday.

That New at Balkeom's is
Walnut Cream said to be the
best in town.
Senator McWilliams succeeded today.
in getting a bill passed through. the Sen-
ate making an appr opriation for an en-
campment of the state trorA to be
held here:
Bearing Down Pains indicate Dis-
placement of Womb. Curable quickly
by using Simmons Squaw Vine Wine
*r Tablets.
Mr. James. T egMinnis left Saturday
for a visit to friends at Apslaqhicola and
to attend the Catholic fair being held
there this week.
Judge J. C. McKinnon of Jackson,
was a recent visitor here during the past
week.-
We hear that wedding bells evill ring
out proclaiming the marriage of* promi-
nent young people ip the near future.
Mr. M. G. Gibbon4, a prominent law-
yer and Republiman politician of
Tampa, is in the city on business con-
cerning the Tampa.charter bill.

Pimples, Bolls 4nd other humors
appear when the blood gets impure.
The best remedy is Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine.
Mr. David Cay, who recently pur-
bcased the property c.,rner of Monroe
and Jackson streets is putting an addi-
tional story to the building.
Mr. George Lewis is building a large
stable on his lot below his home.
Humiliating Examinations by phy-
sicians are avoided by use of Sim-
mons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets,
which cure 99 out of every 100 cases
of Female Disorders.
Mrs. Edwards, or Lloyds, is visiting
Miss Sallie Taylor for a few days.
Perfectly healthy people have pure,
rich -lood. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies
and enriches the blood and makes peo-
ple healthy.
Col. J. E. Lambeth, Inspector Gen-
eral, Florida State Troops, assisted by
*Col. Those. V. Kestler, of Pensacola,
made an inspection of the arms and
other military equipment that are
stored in the Capito, building.






It's Easy j






SThin, pale, anauic irl


Need a fatty food to enrich
their blood, give color to
their cheeks and restore their
health and strength It is
safe to say that they nearly
all reject fat with their food.





COD'VR OIL
WTYPW#fMWSAWnSE f.MA


is exactly what they reire
'it not only givesthem the u
portant element (codivwer oil)
in a pte and sly di-
gested form,but also the hypo-
phosphites which are so valua-
ble in nervous do M that
s comMpany Uannisa
SCOTS EMULSION is a


Mr. W. G. Massor, of Tampa, is ai
new arrival at the Leon.
Mrs. Ada Cohen, sister of Mrs. J. P.
Cohen. of this city, was among the
number of Tallabasseeans now living
in Jacksonville who were victims of
,"e great fire.
A slight attact of cramps may bring
on Diarrhoea, which is, in many cases,
followed by Inflammation of the stom-
ach and other dangerous complaints.
All such disorders are dangerous and
should in their infancy be treated with
the best known remedy. The merits
of Pain-Killer are known and it is
recognized as the standard specific for
cramps, diarrhoea, etc. Avoid substi-
tutes, there is but one Pain-Killer,
Perry DMvis'. Price -oc. and 50c.
The Chipley Lignt Infantry com-
manded by Capt. C. B. Parkhill, went
on to Jacksonville, after acting as es-
cort of honor at General Houstoun's
funeral here Tuesday.
%,URES ECZEMA, ITCHING HUM-
ORS.
Through the blood by taking Bot-
anic Blood Balm (B. B. B.), which
makes the blood pure and ricu, hea.s
every sore, scab, scale, beo1 or erup-
tion, and stops !_e. itching of eczema.
B. B. B. cures especially, the worst
and most deep-seated cases. B. B. B.
kills the humors in the blood. Drug-
gists, $1. Describe trouble anu trial
bottle sent free by writing Blood Balm
Co., dLlanta, Ga.
Florida Dixon, Delphin Jones an-'
Jonas Turner were on Saturday caught
.s shoplifting in Levy Bros', store. They
were locked up for a preliminary hear-
ing on Monday, when they were bound
over to await the action of the grand
jury.
Gilmore & Davis Co. are head-
quarters for all kinds of Harvesting
MacAnery.

The venerable Senator Miller, of Santa
Rosa county, will long be remembered
with gratitude by Tallahasseans. Hie is
proving himself a true friend of our
city during 'the present session of the
Legislature.
Don't bolt your food, it irritates
your stomach. Choose digestible food
and chew it. Indigestion is a danger-
ous sickness. Proper care prevents it.
Shaker's Digestive Cordial cures it.
That is the long and short of indiges-
tion. ,ow, the question is: Have. you
indigestion? Yes, if you have pain or
discomfort after eating, headache,
dizziness, nausea, onensive breath,
neartourn,, languor, weakness,. fever,
jaundice, flatulence, loss of appetite,
irritability, constipation, etc. Yes, you
have inuigestion. To cure it, take
Shaker's Digestive Cordial. The medi-
cinal herbs and plants of which Shak-
er Digestive Cordial is composed, help
to digest the food in your stomach;
help to strengthen your stomach.
When your stomach is strong, care
will keep it so. Shaker Digestive Cor-
aial is for sale by druggists. Price, -0
cents to $1.00 per bottle.
Just received. Carload Reapers,
Binders, Mowers, Rakes, etc. Give us
a call. We cannot be undersold.
Gilmore & Davis Co.

A fine shower of ra.n on Tuesday
laid tne dust and cooled the atmos-
phere very delightfully.
Lieutenant Markham, of the Gov-
ernor's Guards, who was disabled by a
sprained hand while at Jacksonville,
and in consequence received a furlough
of a day or two. He returned to Jack-
sonville yesterday.
Mr. Philips, manager, offered the
opera house free of charge to be used
lor an entertainment to be gotten up
in behalf c. the JacKsonville sufferers.
"Take care of the pennies and the
pounds will take care of themselves."
Large things are but an aggrega-
tion of small things. If we take care of
of the small things we are in effect
taking care of the larger things which
the smaller combine to make.
Take care of what you eat, when
you eat, and how you eat, and your
stomach will take care of itself. But
who takes care if such trivial things?
That is why, some day, the majority
of people have to take care of the


stomach. When that day comes, there
is no aid so effective in undoing the
result of past. carelessness ar Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
strengthens the stomach, and restores
the organs of digestion and nutrition
to a condition of healthy activity. It
cures biliousness, "heartburn, flatu-
lence, indigestion, dizziness, cold ex-
tremeties and a score of other ail-
ments which are but the symptoms of
-.sorder in the stomach and its allied
organs.
ar. and Mrs. Detwiler and Miss Han-
naA Detwiler went over to Apalachi-
cola last Friday to investigate the stur-
geon fisheries at that place. He re-
ports them'as being caught in quite
large numbers in the river.

Real Estate.
Desirable City and Suburban Property
for sale. Apply to F. C. Gilmore, at Gil-
Smore & Davis Co.'s Store. 3 t


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOk
FINAL DISCHARGE.
Six months after the final publi-
cation hereof, I will present 4y final
accounts and vouchers to the County
Judges of Leon County, Florida, and
ask to be discharged as executrix of
the estate of William Cooper, of Leon
County, Florida, deceased.
MARY COOPER,
1i Executrix.
May 9, 1901. U 11-4m


FOR RhNT.
Five room cottage on Call street; ap-
ply to Miss Jessie Meginniss. 4t

Gilmore & Davis Co. sell the cele-
brated Deering Mowers, Binders,
takes, etc. The best in the world.
McCormick Mowers, the best in the
world, at Yaeger's.
Pay Card-Office of Inventor. Deer
Lodge, Tenn., Box 45. Stamp! Betton.
To the teachers of the Public Schools,
Leon county:
The examination of teachers will be
held, beginning on Tuesday, the 4th
day of June next, at the West Florida
Seminary building, for white teachers,
and at the colored graded school
building for colored teachers. The next
meeting of the Scao6l Board will be
held on Monday, the 3d of June, at 9
o'clock, a. m.
C. W. BANNERMAN,
Supt. of Sciools and Secy.

Report ot the Condilin of tbe

FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
At Tallahassee. in the State of Florida, at the
close of business, April 24th, 1901.
RESOURCES.


Loans and discounts ............ ...
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured..
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. ..
Stocks, securities, etc. .........
Banking-house, furniture, and fix-
t u r e s . . .. .- -
Due from National Banks (not Re-
serve agents)....................
Due from State Banks and Bankers..
Due from approved reserve agents..
Internal-Revenue stamps...... .....
Checks and other cash items........
Notes of other National Banks.......
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents.... .......................
Lawful Money lteservein Baik. viz:
Specie ...... ..... ...... $3.15121)
Legal tender notes.... ... 15,1000J
Redemption fund with U. S. Treat-
urer (5 percent. of circulation) ..


31201
17,1AL 11
5.3.53.O
.WI.48
164.09
I'2,15U.40
61.29

20100

18,154.20
2,500.w


Total..................................416,4G7.31
LIABILITIES.


Capital stock paid in........ .. ......
surplus fund... ....................
Undivided profits& less expenses and
taxes paid ...... ..............
National Bank notes outstanding......
Due to other National Bank.........
Due to State Banks and Bankers....
Due to Trust Companies and Savings
Ban s............. ... ............
Individual deposits subject to check
Time certificates of deposit... .......
Certified checks........................
Cashier's checks outstanding...... .


50,0(PLOO
10,000.0-
7.9.6.34
50O,-ULtiU

7,043.41
:ml2.W 5
48.95484
l,O00IJOiu
361J.66


Total.. ...................... 416,407.31
STATE OF FLORIDA, I
County of Leon. (fs
I, Wmi, C. Lewis, Cahier of the above-
named- bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the beft of my
knowledge and beef.
WM. C. Lzwis, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th
day of May, 1901.


CORRECT-Attet:


B. C. WHIT"I1LD,
Notary Public.
GEO. LRWil
E. B. LEwIs,
Directors.


Statement of the Coldition of the
STATE SAYINGS BAUK OF TALUARHASE FLA.,
At the close of business May 7th, 1901.
RaSOU CE.
Loans .............................. $217, 4.8
Stocks and securities, etc............. 37,6 25
Due from Banks..................... 2Ls3.34M
Cash on hand......... ................ 16, 000.tk
4291.85L 97
IJABILTUr.
Capital Stock paid In................ 20,000.00
Surplus............................... 5,% LOO
Undivided Profits.................... 3,61.79
Due to Depositors..... ............. 26 l93 .18

STATE OF FLORIDA, 56
County of Leon. '-
1. B. C. Whitfleld, Cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the
foregoing statement is true to the.best of my
knowledge and belief.
B. C. WHIarWmu, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this. 8ft
day of May, 190L -.. sa
LMA I IL. M. SCARO6ROUGH,


tOouic'r-.Attest:


N totary 1Public.
Gun'Lxx
I~L RwLs,
W. C. La~vs,
Director,


STRIKES A RICH FIND.
"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lan-
caster, N. H., "No remedy helped me
until I began using Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
medicines I ever used. They have also
kept my wife in excellent health for
years. She says Electric Bitters are
just splendid for female troubles; that
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak, run-down women. No other
medicine can take its place in our fam-
ily.' Try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by all druggists. a

REAL ESTATE
__ AGAINST.
TWENTY-FOUR ACRES OF LAND IN THE
corporate limits of the City. embracing build-
ing lots and truck farms all contiguous anid de-
sirable. Apply to W.W. MCGRIFF.
44-tf.
pOCIR HUNDIREDY4CFlSOF FINE FARM-
Sng land on Lake Jackson,one mile of lake
shore for pasture. Apply to
44-tf __W. W. McGarvr.
D.EFIABLE RESIDENCES ON MONROE
and McCarthy Streets Warehouse and
building lots, at and near depot. southernn sub-
urbs, and Long Grove Addition. Will be sold at
a bargain. W. W. MCGRiFF.
SEVERAL of the most prominent residences in
S the city-on Calhoun- and Clinton streets-
unsurpassed for business convenience or social
surroundings. such as are not on the market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
to buy. W. W. MCGRIFY.
CIOME CITY BUSINESS PROPEcTIES PROM
. one lot to a whole block, from $1,000 to
$8,000, upon which are paying investments
now in operation 12 per cent. net. Apply to W.
W. McGriflL
XO)R-SA-LR CHEAP--ONF, TGHTH-irN-
V terest in the Long Grove Lots.
Sept. 14,1898. R. MIuan.
TTOR SALE--Good three room cttnge on west
* end of Jefferson Street, apply to W. L.
fMoon. lO-4t
F)R RENT-Farm of .50 acres three-quarter
' mile" south of Tallahassee. Will sell house-
hold furniture. piano. several pieces old mahog-
any. farming implements family horse, phaeton.
etc. MR.,. J. M. BRADNER. For reference see
W. '.Dewllly, agent tf
IV IK)OM ,rri Th REo iNT. -A ppl]vto
Mrs. R. McDougall, South Boulevard Street.
94t
Notice.
A PPLICATION will be made to the Circuit
Judge on the 25th day of May, 11)1 for a
charter for the Merry Bell society The object
of which shall be the care of its sick and the
burial of it, dead. EDWARD HORTON.
10- 4t
.


A POINTER!


To those in search
of first-class .


HARDWARE


Ask for,
the -,


ILMOEB&TSAYI CO


STORE .


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


Contractors~.


~...uilders,


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


what
your
mak-


MAY 9,


1901.


ANA~


THE B MADE. AL


I
I
I
I


2


\ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.


D) PARTMENTOFWTHI NTvkl:O)l, L AN-D
Eolieat iaiut-ville. Fi:i. -. 1-1i;i29,
Notice Ls hereby give:. thazt Oe thc imune
Wcttler has filed mnotiev of hisit. 'It:)' r ",Wake
finial proof iii support of his 1-1:-a .ntlthat SW
,,roof will be 1imade Lefore (li .k tu .m ( oUnur
Tallahasee, Flat.. On .1mws* H',l !!"$, vz o
Anti'l'oliver. otfamII(I.nia. 1Fla~.. 111.::1,P788 I fr
the LAt1.t .See-. tTp. :3 N.. Il 2 i '.11L 1ira
the following i% itiieesto ~ prwvu l.wr cotI)inuous
irc-idence upon n ud cultivation ol ..awd la".1 viz.
11. T. Felkel. of Tzall~alizu-ste, 1-1:1. :'rank t.
S hart, of lrall::ha.s-ee, Fla.: Hlenry flu~art, of 7hb
9 lahassee, Fla. ;Angelitze Dliuurt. oi ,.,-has
Flua. (10-5w) W. G~. RLtt-nNON, L-b-g-ster.


m


'S


L STATIONERS SELL THEM.
THE ESTERBROOK STEEL PEN CO.
26 John t., New York.


@1 mVOleel l IEOlI m





* is the one which you cut off and a
* tow away every time that you *

s s ke a Five Cent cigar. There is

E nearly as much labor in making this

- eCd as all the rest of thS cigar, and
* ytt every man who buys a cigar cuts *

/ itIoff and throws it. away. You get !
* a1 you pay for when yog smoke U

SOld Virginia Oherootsm


SThree huadred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked t6 g
S Yf A& yoe oav. dealer.ice, 3 for 5 ceats
0 so sonlnol900sonl lonesl*~l


W. N. TAYLOR


WiL CHILD.


TAYLOR.& CHILD,

Architects and Builders.


Mill

SWork.


Manufacturers
of all kinds of
rough and
dressed lum-
ber, mould-


Plans id
Speciticati us
Furnish,

All kinds of
buildings
planned and
constructed
according to
the latest ap-
proved


Mg, stair I_______ eth
rails, balusters, meth
porch columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable
ments, and turned and scroll work of every description.
Lime and Cement for sale.


ods.

orni-
Brick,


All orders will receive prompt attention.



We Gaaraatee Our Work to be. Brst-Class in Every Partic2lia

Prices Reasonable


Office, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air


lot south of county jail.


phone 87.


Line., 05


D_ nBox 4_


New Store! New Goods!


Ell tIUm


IRE WNiALLiY 2ATA~iAIR-ARWAN: TUSAY,


i
i
*
1


A PERfrCT BLOOD PURirI R.CENTS


I


I


I I -


w


. I


I


r


- I




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs