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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: May 16, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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JOHNrAI 1881 sherandPropretor
JOHN C. TRIOE, Publisher and Proprietor..'



Y 16. 1901. VOL. XXI, NO. 12.


Abstract of the 1aily Proceed

ings of Both Hoises


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

The House met pursuant to
The Speaker in the chair.
following members answered to
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos
Anderson, Bates, Blair, Blan-
ton. Brown, Burr, Chambers,
Clarke, Close, Crawford, Cor-
bett, Davidsun, Davis, Dowd,
Duckworth. Gi 'en, Godfrey,
Gornto, Griggs, Grant, Gunn,
Harvell, Henry, lopkins, Hun-
ter, Jackson, Jacoby, Johnson,
Jones, Koonce, Lee. McElroy.
McRae of Pasco. McRae of Prt-
nam, Osteen, Palmer, Parish-of-
HIolmes, Pinholster, Raney,
Raulerson, Redding, Rivers of
Alachua, Rivers of Columbia,
Russell, Shomaker, Sledge,
Smith, Sparkman. Umstead,
Wall, Whaley, Williamson,
Wilson, Wolfe, Young and Ze-
Mr. Palmer of Orange submit-
ted the following:
A Concurrent Resolution re-
lative to the Jacksonville con-
Whereas, on the 3d, day of
May, 1901, a disastrous confla-
gration occurred in the city of
Jacksonville, the commercial
gateway and metropolis of our
State; and millions of property
were destroyed and thousands
of her people made homeless.-
Be'it resolved by the House of
Representatives of the State
of Florida, the State concur
First, That it is with profound
regret that the Legislature has
learned of the extended and
destructive fire and its ravages.
and extends to the people of
Jacksonville its sincere sympa-
thy in this hour of terrible vis-
itation of flumes.
Second, That this resolution
be spread upbn the journals and
certified copy be sent to the
Mayor of Jacksonville.
A adopted.
By Mr. Brown, H B No. 354:
To repeal an act entitled an act
to provide for the regulation of
railroad schedules, freights, ex-
press, sleeping car and passen-
gers tariffs and building of
freight and passenger depots in
this State; to prevent unjust
discrimination in the rates
charged for the transportation
of passengers and freight, and
to prohibit railroad companies,.
corporations, persons and all
common carriers in this State

from charging other than just
and reasonable rates, and to en-
force the same; and to prescribe
a mode of procedure and rules
of evidence in relation thereto;
and to provide for the appoint-
nloit and election of commis-
sioners, and to prescribe their
duties and powers, approved
May 8, 1897, and to repeal all
acts revising and amendatory
thereof; referred to Committee
on Railroads and Telegraphs.
By Mr. Lee, (by request), H
B No 355: To authorize sher-
iffs and other peace officers
to arrest persons on Sunday,
with or without warrants; re-
ferred to Committee on Judicia-
By Mr. Williamson, H B No
,856: To authorize the town of
Clearwater to issue bonds for the

of the State of Florida. referred
to the Committee on Public
Roads and Highways.
By Mr. Osteen, H B No 358:
Act to repeal Sections of the
Revised Statutes of the State of
Florida relating to the State
Board of *Health, referred to
Committee on Public Health.
H B No 193: For the preser-
vation of wild deer, birds and
other game, and to prescribe
the time within which they may
be hunted, and prescribing a
penalty for any violation there-
of. Passed.
S B No 85: To amend Sec-
tions 1. 2 and 3 of Chapter
4774, Laws of Florida, being
an act to provide for working,
repairing and maintaining the
public roads and bridges in Le-
vy county by contracts, and to
provide penalties for failure
thereof. Passed.
S B No 171: To extend the
thne for the building and com-
pletion of the South American
and International Railroad.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
ment Mr. .Crill, the .President, pro
teir., in the chair. The following
Senators ainswred to their names:
Mlessrs. Adams, Baker, Blitch,
Broome, Butler, Carson, Cottrell,
Crews, Crill, Kirk, Law, Miller,
McCaskill, McCreary, Neel,O'Brien,
Whidden, Sams, Wilson of Tth and
Introduction of Resolutions.
By Mr. Sams: S. R. No. 22:
Whereas, the Senate of the State of
Florida has heard with profound
sorrow of the disastrous fire that oc-
eurred in the city of Jacksonville
on Friday last, causing the loss of
millions of dollars' worth of prop-
erty and making homeless about ten
thousandoof its citizens, whose con-
dition was such as to cause an ap-
peal to be made for assistance; and
Whereas, the Senate not being in
session when ,the ..appeal.. reaecbe
Tallahassee; several of the Senators
called upon tlhe Governor and urged
that he place the sum of $20,000 at
the disposal of a relief committee
for immediate use, stating that the
Tegislature would undoubtedly en-
dor,-,1 s.< h1 action of thle Chief 1Exe-
culltilv: tlereWrore, le it
l':s-o(lved, That the action of the
Senators requesting tihe governorr
to senI $'ll ,(000 to J.acksonviile for
iiunicnthi,(,< use is hiercb endorsed
a d1 p)!Provd I)V this Iodk.
'-soi ved, fuLrther, TIhiat lthse res-
olutions 61. spread uipon the Jouri.l
(f this bodv.
Adopted .
Introduction of Bills.
By Mr. Oltrien: S. B. No. 222:
To appropriate $20,000 for the re-
lief of tlie city of Jacksonville.
rules s waived and passed.
By Mr. Miller. S. B. No. 223:
To amend C('hapter 4876, Laws of
Florida., entitled an act to incorpor-
ate the town of'Vernon, in Washing-
ton county, Florida, and to provide
for the election of municipal officers.
Rules waived(l and )passed.
By Mr. McCreary: S. B. Xo. 224:
To provide for the participation of
the State of Florida in the South
(arilina and West Indian Exposi-
tion, and making an appropriation
therefore. Referred to Committee
on Appropriations.

By Mr. Kirk: S. B. No. 225.: To
extend the time for comencing work
on tfe Western Peninsular Rail-
Company, and to extend the term of
its completion and securing and con-
firming to said company all its
rights, grants and privileges here-
tofore arranted, and giving to said
company the right to change its
Southern terminus. Referred to
Committee on Railroads. .
By Mr. McCaskill: S. B. No. 226:
To amend Section 13, Chapter 4192,
.Laws of Florida, relating to teach-
ers' examination. Referred to Com-
mittee on Education.
By Mr. Butler: S. B. No. 227:
To prohibit the transportation for
sale of food fish caught from waters
in Lake county, beyond the limits of
said county; and to fix aipenalty for
the violation thereof. Referred to
the Committee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Carson: S. B: No. 228:

resolutions o* iR"
SThe following
respect on the de w
.tant-General PatriAW
were passed by the
House of 1epresezta
ring their session ofMa -
Mr. Broome, Chairmai
Special Committee appoh
draft suitable resolution
respect on the death o6!
tant-General Patrick Hou
submitted the following rep re:
Senate Chambet -
Tallahassee, Fla., May 7Al960.t
Hon. Thomas Palmer, '-
President of the Senate-
Sir-Your .Committee tq dra
suitable resolutions expiv
of the sense,of the Senate itarefM
erence to the death of Adjutant-
General P. Houstoun, present
the following:
Whereas, it has pleased Al-
mighty God to remove "from pu
by death General P. Houstouny.
Adjutant-General of the State.
and a distinguished citizen; an-
Whereas, it is proper that the
Senate should give some public"
expression of its feelings 4id-
sympathies on so mournful an
occasion: Therefore, be it
Resolved, That we tender r
deepest sympathies to the f%
ly in this, the hour of
great bereavement, withy
hope that they may receive
solution in the knowledgW
the character, and virtues bo
deceased were fully knowign
properly, appreciated b.
fellow-citizens. -
Be it further resolved,
by the death of Gen. Hous,
the State has been deprive :,
one of her most useful, exe
play and public-spirited
zens, one whose public and
vate virtures are worthy of
pect and- emulation; and ifJ-;
love one's country, to obey i.
laws, to-defend its rights, a
to labor in the promotion o
interest be desettispa
commendation, then do we
award him our praise, for he
possesses these virtues in which
both the public officer and the
private citizen are absolutely
necessary for the preservation
of our republican institutions
and the success of popular gov-
Be it Turther resolved, That
the Secretary be requested to
transmit a copy of the resolu-
tions to. the family of the de-
ceased. Very respectfully,
Chairman of Committee,

Mr. Wolfe of Escambia,
Chairman of the Committee to
draft suitable resolutions rela-
tive to the death of General
Houstoun, submitted the follow-
ing report:
Whereas; Death, the silent.
reaper, on the 6th day of May,
1901,- at Tallahasse, Florida.
garnered for the harvest of
glory above the form of Gener-
al Patrick Houstoun, Adju-
tant-General of the State of
Florida, and,
Whereas; General Houstonn
for nearly a half century has
been prominent in the civil and
military life of this State as a

soldier of the Confederacy, the
President of the Florida State
Senate during two sessions of
the Legislature, and for the last
eight years of his life Adjutant
General of the State of Florida,
Whereas, In all the relations
of life, both as a private citizen,
a soldier and a statesman, he al-
ways exhibited the qualities
that should distinguish true
manhood in its perfection.
Therefore be it resolved by
the 'House of Representatives
of the State of Florida:
1. what the members of this
body ave learned with deep re-
gret: of the death of General
Hous un, by which unhappy
event the State has lost a pure
and upright statesman, the
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the wounds of the Iroken
3. That these resolutions
be spread upon the Jour-
nal of the House, a copy.du
y < rolled be delivered by
he Chief Clerk to the family of
he late General Patrick Hous-
un, and that asa further mark
f respect to his memory this
house do stand adjourned until
o'clock to-morrow morning.

Report on Streets.
kTallahassee, Fla., May 9, 1901.
Son. Frank W. Armstrong-
"resident City Council of Tal,
lahbasee. Tallahassee, Florida.
-S Your Committee on
rSeets begs leave to make the
Following report:
i For a month and a half last
vast, the Chairman of this Com-
Inittee has employed Mr. .1. W.
-jushnell, an engineer of great
ability and energy ae a salary of
SW0.00 per month to do the en-
gineering work of the city with
the expectation of requesting
the Council to appoint him as
City Engineer, if we should dis-
aoover that the value of his ser-
|ce should justify such action
m our part.
".After a conference with Mr.
fshnell, we decided that the
st economical plan to pursue
native to working the streets
nuld be to take one street and
centrate the most of our
e and energy upon grading
.in such manner as to make
ctically a permanent piece
.work out of it. It is not a
t of our plan' to absolutely
lect the work on the other
ets, for we fully realize that
a scheme would be thor

Sto .do all necessary work
her streets at the least pos-
e pe l e. -. ..
In .pursuance ofi te above
mentioned plan, we selected.
Monroe -ireet, the Broadway
of Tallahassee, as the one upon
which to begin our operations.
With the limited force at our
disposal and by reason of the
crudeness of our appliances for
working, we have been able to
make headway, but slowly.
The work has progressed as far
south on Monroe street as the
Hirschberg residence, and that,
which has been accomplished.
is still in an embryotic state, but
when completed will, in our
judgment, be as fine a piece of
street work and as permanent
as could be accomplished with-
out the use of stone, brick or
asphalt. We have been advis-
ed by Mr. Bushnell that for five
years scarcely no work will be
necessary upon it, an'd even af-
ter the expiration of that time
the work required will be in-
It was the intention of former
street committees to have a
6-foot grass plot or quasi park
in the centre of a portion of
Monroe street. It is our pur-
pose to carry out their intention
as far as we can, aside from
the ornamental feature of the

plan, which will add greatly to
the natural beauty of the street,
the great economy of it is evi-
dent when we consider how
much the surface to be graded
and kept in condition is lessen-
Many and loud have been the
complaints that have come to
the ears of the Council, relative
to the condition of the side-
walks in many portions of the
city. In recognition of the jus-
tice of these complaints and the
necessity of systematic, but con-
servative reform in -this drec-
tion, we have adopted a plan,
subject, however, as a matter of
course, to change, if it meets
with the disapproval of the
Council. Our plan, as adopted,
is -to have sidewalks properly
graded .and curbed, as the work
ft -1%M a-ah aa m wh ro-At n

distance of a block on each side
of the north end of Monroe
street, except the sidewalk
abutting the property of Mr.
Jno. S. Winthrop. which al-
ready has been curbed with
stone in a very substantial man-
ner according to the official
grade lines made by this gentle-
man under the direction of Capt.
Bushnell. Our object is to
make a model block of it so that
it may serve as an educator to
the other abutting property
owners of the city. It is need-
less to say-that as long as the
material with which a sidewalk
is curbed endures, it will need
practically no further work


Of Leasing State Convicts to

Mine Phosphates


By Citizens of all Classes Asking for
a Change.



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upon it. In our judgment we The following petition has
have adopted the proper man- been presented to the Legis-
ner of handling the sidewalk lature, being introduced in the
question. We have some diffi- House by Mr. Jackson of Cit-
culty at times in persuading the rus:
abutting property owner to ful- To the Honorable Senators
fill the requirements of the Corn- and Representatives in the Leg-
mittee, but we hope to arouse islature of Florida. Session of
such general enthusiasm, and 1901: Tihe undersigned, who
interest in our work that the are principally pel'rons, firms
people, seeing the wisdom of and corporations engaged in
our course and the reasonable- the phosphate industry in this
ness of ourdemands, will gladly State,and who employ free labor
co-operate with us in our street in their business, desire to state
work. In case any abutting to your honorable body some-
property owner should decline reasons why the employment of
to properly grade and curb his convict labor in the tphosphate-
sidewalk, it will be our duty to business in this State should.
avail ourselves of the provis- cease.
ions of Chapter XVIII of the We assert that the present
laws and ordinances of the city depressed condition of the trade
of Tallahassee. Thus we will is due principally, if not solely.
state in this connection that it to the fact that large numbers
is essential, if ouri street work of the State convicts are held
is to have the permanency here- under lease by certain miners
inbefere described, that the of phosphate rock and kept con-
sidewalks should be curbed as stantly employed, under neces-
the work progresses. Wooden sity of keeping said convicts at
curbing can be .used at a rela- work in producing rock, with-
tively small expense by each out regard to the condition of
abutting property owner, and the nmaket, or its effect in de-
will last about ten years if first-' pressing prices. In this way.
class, all heart, lumber is used. one of the greatest industries of
We have no intention of dis- oiur State is kept in a languish-
turbing any curbing of a per- ing state, and our citizens who
manent character that has al- have invested in the aggregate
ready been put in. even though millions of dollars inrthis branch
it should not conform to official of industry have already sus-
grade lines. While the reform tailed enormous losses, and are
regarding sidewalks, suggested threatened with still further
by us, may appear to some disaster.
members of the Council as he. r We assign the following reas-
ing somewhat r:.dical, we think on0 for making such a change-
that upon a carefuIl considera- iu the present system as will ex-
tiol of tile subject they will con- clude the employment of State
clude that it is proper. If convictss ill phosphate nuinng.
it be true reformation should to-wit:
be accomplished at -some lime. 1- That -practically ail th.i
when, many we ask. is it to tak:k cruelty and inhum anity incident
place. it not now? If each ('>ain- to the leasing of convicts aintL
cil throws tlie ri-,ponsibility their employment lhas beei de-
upon its successor, when will veloped at tlie phosphate mines.
the work be done? \Ve are of 2. A proper regard for- hu-
the opinion that now is as good inanity requires that these con-
a time as any for thi reform victs should not )e placed, es-
movement to be ina.:ugurated. specially during certain months
W\e will go further and say that of the year, in phosphate pits,
it is preeminently .tie -properli where they are compelled to en-
time, nowv that.'the capital is to d'ire hardships, which are well-
remain here for all time and to nigh.insiurportable.
be greatly enlarged now that 3. Any system of dealinI with
our railroad facilities are to be the State convicts sholI, not he
increased and increased in emi- permitted to contiie which
,,ration invited wthi)i our bor. concentrates in one l).i:litv of
ders. \We certainly ought to b)e the State such a iarge mtasis of
able to show to all those, wlo( convict labor inv coti4etiln with
desire to .cast their lot among free labor. 'We ask you to look
us, streets and sidewalks well at the results of this in the hard-
adapted to travel of :ll kinds. rock phosphate belt. The small
Therefore. believiujg it to be detail merchant has Ievn mracti-
to the best interests of the peo- c:illy driven out of nlusin,.ss:
pie of Tallahassee, .we hereby free labor is disorgamniz.-d, a:
recommend that Mr. .1. V. 'the general condition of bilsines'-
Bushnell be appointed city en- as a result of the employment (,of
gineer, provided his service can these convicts in thle mines. is
be secured at a salary which the worse than it has ever been in
city is able to pay. o this section of the State.
JOSEI'II EI)Mox)son., 4. Some system shou ld be do-
Chairman Street Committee. vised for the employment o,
-these convicts, if they are to be-
Working 24 Hturs a Day. leased at all, over the State gen-
There's no ret for those tireless little erally, so as to prevent concen-
workers-Dr. King's New Life Pills. tration of the evils and minim-
Millions are always busy, caring Torpid ize the bad results as much as
Liver, Jaundice, Billiousnf. Fever and
Ague. They banish Sick Headache. possible.
drive out Malaria. Never gripe or 5. The system of hiring con-
weaken. 8mall, taste nice. work won. victs, whether State or county,
ders. Try them. 25 at all dru to. persons engaged in such in-
CONFIRMED Bk THE SENATE. dus tries as the phosphate bus-
The Senate, in executive session, iness, is a vicious one. If you
confirmed -the following appointments will investigate the condition of
sent in by the Governor (or their ap- affairs, in Alacha, ]Krion and
proval: affairs Alahua, on and
Hon. Chas. B. Parkhill, to be City Citrus Counties, were Such



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Attorney at Pensacola; Judge A. C. system is in operation, yoet will
Blount, to be Judge of tine Criminal find that there are gross abuses.
Court of Recora, and Hoe. J. Walter suchas bere are gross abuses
Kehoe, to be State's Attorney for the such as bringing false charges
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B1eru 27 hallway tunnels in Eng.
k"4Vfteerof m=He long.
1k lbe. ve Commonwealth states of-
An la there are some 12,500 miles
Te New York Street Railway Jour-
aAotestheat the gross receipts of the
--" Utn and Brooklyn Rapid
an ncopnPes are greater than the
Pomb"e4 receipts of all the street rail-
ay companiess in England, Scotland
Jaw reland.
In 1880 Iowa had 4,811 miles of rail-
way, and with the opening of the pres-
,et year It had 9,336. When the ex-
tensions now under way and the dou-
ble track construction now commenced
ame finished, as they probably will be
at the end of the year, several hundred
angles more will be added to this total.

Do you work modestly for all it is
worth? -
In the game of matrimony it costs a
good deal to call
A, bride who lives with his folks has
mot much of a show.
How -readily the people believe the
ties told by your enemies!
After a successful entertainment
watch the "committee" fish for compli-
Tou knowihow other people bore you.
1o6k yourself over. Maybe you have
About the only difference between a
0nan:and a dog is the man eats first.
'The ~man eats first in order to hurry
away to his work; but, as the dog has
authing to do, he can wait.-Atchison

VWho will ride up the avenue with
WPresident McKinley in 1905? This is a
hard one. and a chromo goes wibh it.-
)&rmingham Age-Herald.
If some Marconi would rise up now
and introduce wireless politics, what a
devolution would be wrought in the
silence of government!-Exchange.
When the state pays legislators a rea-
szonable amount, the standard of legis-
lation will go higher. No man can be
*expected to remain in Nashville for $24
A week who has anything to do at
etome, and the man without something
to do at home is a -poor legislator.-
IMemphis Commercial Appeal.

'As the late William H. Seward said,
there may be "a higher law than the
'Constitution." but it Is pretty safe to
2)et tlierti is no better yacht-New
Tor' ..rld.
J .sti w\Ly it is considered necessary
.to work in secret when yachts.are be-
Dng constructed to contest for the tro-
why that has'so long bee# held in this
country is a little difficult to under-
ltand. No changes could be made in the
Shamrock even were thej plans of the
Constitution at hand, nor 'vould any
Al~erations be made in the Constitu-
dion.-Philadelphia Inquirer.

W a disease sold as ant quity, and as
poug as the newest borit infant.
It has infested the blood of humanity
*mi.ancient times down to the pres-
eat minute.
* ^ It is hereditary or may be acquired.
It appears in swollen glands, scrof-
alous sores, hip disease, boils, pimples,
4aptions, and, as believed by higlih
authoritiess even in the f risot catarrh
:and rheumatism.
It can be cured by taking Ileod's
iarsaparilla faithfully and persistently.
We know this, because Hood's

Sarsaparilla has. done it
It will cure you if yod give it a trial.
You should begin to take it today.
Hip Disease-"I suffered from hip
diaesae; had 5 running sores; used crutches
and each winter I was confined to my bed
Sweeksw at a time. Hood's Saaparilla
Sacomplisbed a perfect cure-saved my
L. I have a good appetite and feel strong
a WeL" Ann ROEM, 49 Fourth St.
Wall iver, Mass.
IN Hr Eyeo-" My little girl had scrot-
mlant orems appeared in her eyes. A ferv
as C of Hood's Sarsaparilla entirely
iag hMer and she has never had scrofula
ab ie." M s. RowA POP, AlphaOregon.
N.B. It you decide to take Hood's Sarsa-
paris do not be induced to buy any other.


I'W b ala i ldrugaiat. Prepared only ,
ay L.BOOD & 0C., Lowell. Ma.a. J

g ._.y'u liUfe a k.

If it Ioa a

Greasing the inside, round the top. of
the basin or saucepan in which you are
boiling sugar or molasses for candy,
frosting, etc., will prevent it from boil-
ing over. .
Cold meat slIced can be made very
acceptable by dipping in beaten egg,
then In finIne cracker crumbs and fried
In hot fat. The covering prevents the
meat from drying up.n
A variation of the old fashioned bak-
eCold apple is to pare and core one dozen
large apples, fill with sugar and Ii lit-
tle butter and nutmeg, put in the uven,
and when done remove to a fiat dish.
lee top and sides with cake icing and
stand away to get cold.

Iowa claims to have more banks and
larger bank deposits than ever tWfore
In her history.
. Tennessee by a new law forbids the
employment of children under 14 years
In mines, factories and workshops.
A new inheritance tax law in Minne-
soia, avoids the unconstitutional fea-
tures of the old law by providing for a
tax on both real and personal proper-
ty. The rate is 5 per cent on collat-
eral and I per cent on direct inherit-
ances, with an exemption of $5.000.
As the hot weather of summer is ap-
proaching, this paper will custantly
keep-before its readers Teethina, a rem-
edy which, where known, is being uni-
versally used to prevent and counteract
the effects of warm weather upon small
children, and it is hoped that all moth-
ers of this community will keep tl e'r
children in healthy condition by giving
it, for it costs only 25 cents at druggists;
or mail 25 cents to U. J. Moffett, M. D.,
St Louis. Mo.
Select your best stocks from which
to raise queens.
Give plenty of drone comb in the cen-
tqr of the brood nest.
If two or more hives cluster together,
do not put all in one hive, but divide
When the season opens, give your
bees abundance of room for storing
Any location where basswood and
clover thrive is a good situation for an
During a scarcity of honey bees will
not increase so rapidly as if the honey
flow is heavy.
Queen cells should be built In strong
colonies. It is no trouble to keep a
colony strong if it is supplied with
bees and bread from other hives.
Pollen s gathered by bees for the pur-
pose of feeding their young brood. It
is the substance they carry on their
legs, which is often mistaken for wax.
Parent stocks tfot have swarmed
must depend upon young queens for
their existence, and if anything hap-
pens to the queen they cannot raise
another on account of having no broed
of the right age.


Vereschagin, t e painter of war
scenes, has been gathering material In
both camps in the Philippines.
Daniel C. French, the sculptor, is al-
ready at work on his design for the
Lawton monument, the fund for which
has now reached the sum of $4,000.
M. Emile Faguet, the new immor-
tal of the French academy, belongs to
the band of modern men of letters in
France who rank, for instance, with
such writers as Jules Lemaitre, Ana-
tole France and Ferdinand Brunetiere.
Before Toilstol's manuscript goes to
the printers a' third copy has been
made, to include corrections and
changes. The count spent five years
getting the material for "War and
Peace." His wife and daughters are
his copyists.
Paintings by Vaselay Brozzick of Bo-
hemia, who died lately in Paris, may
be seen at the Metropolitan .museum
and the Lenox library in New York.
*They are "Christopher Columbus at
the Court of Ferdinand the Catholic
and Isabella of Castile" and "Rodolphe
II at Austria and His Alchemist."

Always beat a gridiron well before
broiling meat, fish or bread on it.

The late Charles H. Hoyt did not
leave a dollar of his fortune to any rel-
Lady Francis Hope, formerly known
to us as May Yohe, has been a decided
frost in Chicago.
Bjornsterne Bjornson has just com-
pleted his new drama, "Laboremus"
("Let Us Work").
"La Citta Morta" ("The Dead City"),
*DIAnnunzio's play, has been forbidden
by the Milan authorities.
Thomas E. Shea has the honor of be-
ing the last star to appear upon the
stage of the Star theater, New York.
Ada Rehan, who recently closed her
season in "Sweet Nell of Old Drury,"
has gone to Ireland, where she will
spend the summer.
Three American musical comedies
are running in London, "The Fortune
Teller," "The Girl From Up There" and
"The Whirl of the Town."
At the Theater of the Muses, Ancona,
Italy, the "Quo Vadis" of Sienkiewiez
is to be presented as a lyric spectacle.
The music is by the composer, Giuseppe
A rich woman of Moscow has left a
fund to provide for a prize every five
years to the writer of the best play
dealing with the question of Mothers-
in-law, the only proviso being that each
piece shall contain the character of a
son-in-law who is a villain.
Many of the most successful actors
of the day have other accomplishments.
Josqph Jefferson, Robert Edeson and
William J. Le Moyne are painters of
ability. E. H. Southern and Forbes
Robertson have also executed credita-
ple conceptions. Walter Hale is an
etcher of merit.

The weight of the air which encircles
the earth is equal to that of 581,000
cubes of copper, each 1,093 yards
There are 28 pounds of blood in the
body of an average grown up person,
and at each pulsation the heart moves
ten pounds.
Dr. Willoughby Gardner of London
indorses in a medical paper the lately
developed opinion that sugar iN a great
creator and mainaiiner f physical en-
ergy. t
A white object can be seen at a dis-
tance of 17.250 times its own diameter
in strong sunlight-that is to say, a
white disk a foot across can be seen 17,-
250 feet away.
A new cotton ginning machine en-
ables two men to gin 4,000 pounds dai-
ly, and under the old system they could
turn out less than a hundredth part in
the same amount of time.

A Sure Thing for You.
A transaction in which you camnn&
lose is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick-
headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca-
rets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonio
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a; 10c., 25c., 50c.
Sample and booklet free. See our big

Contralto, 2:10, was in the money in
her first start on the European turf.
Major Ross, 2:151e, trotting, has been
added to the Boston speedway brigade..
Jilmmie Timothy has a promising
green trotter by Manville, 2:18, in his
stable at Mystic.
The green pacer George T. Bennett
turned the Pleasanton (Cal.) track in
2:13% the other day.
The colt by Stam B, 2:11%4, out of
Whisper, dam of Zumbro, 2:11, is
named General Chaffee.
Alice Mapes, 2:14%, the fastest 2-year-
old of 1900. was a prize winner at the
recent Brooklyn horse show.
General, 2:14%, Is owned In Marlboro,
Mass., and they say he has the stall
once occupied by Tennahinch.
Grant Lapham has commenced work-
ing Phoebe Childers, 2:10%, at the Ala-
meda (Cal) track and drove her a mile
in 2:20% recently.
Charley G is a brother of the pacers
Rey Direct, 2:10, and De Veras, 2:11%,
but is a square trotter and has shown a
mile in 2:18 at that gait
Joe Ream trainer at Bitter Root farm,
says the foal by Prodigal 2:16. out
of Elloree, 2.08%. is the finest looking
colt Prodigal ever sired.
A Pennsylvania firm has recently
claimed the very original names of
Green Mountain Morgan, Black Hawk
and Ethan Alien for three young stal-
John J. Scannell, owner of The Ab-
bot, 203%). and Peter Duryea have do-
nated handsome silver cups to be trot-
ted for in the wagon races at Elkwood
park next summer.--Horseman.


Hall's Great Diseovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Great Dia.
cover cures all kidney and bladder
troubles, removes gra el, cures diabetes,
.seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularities
of the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women .ip.. Sa...a na.,

Senator Hoar was graduated from
Harvard 12 Fears before Vice Presi-
dent Roosevelt was born.
Lord Roberts is a poor society war-
rior. He is losing In London all the
prestige he gained in India and Africa.
President Diaz of Mexico, who greet-
pd President McKinley by letter at the
border, is as strict in his diet as in his
attention to the lawmakers of his re-
General William Bull Franklin, Gen-
eral Samuel G. French and the Rev.
Father Deshon are the sole survivors
of General Grant's class-that of '43-
at West Point
' I General R. Petroff, the new prime
minister of Bulgaria, although barely
40, has been minister of war three
times, having first held that office
when only 26 years old.
John D. Rockefeller is said never to
%asue orders to his subordinates. He
merely suggests, leaving action to the
heads of departments, whom he holds
responsible for consequences.
Baron Lambermont of Belgium, who
has been accepted as arbitrator by
Great Britain and France in regard to
certain questions in dispute in west
Africa, was president of the Brussels
conference in 1890. .
J. Pierpont Morgan, Elbridge T. Ger-
ry, ex-Judge Howland, W. Bayard Cut-
ting, Richard M. Hoe and William C.
Schermerhorn are a few of the million-
aires who "pass the plate" on Sundays
In New York churches.
Tom L. Johnso. says of his hand-
some house on Euclid avenue. Cleve-
land: "Here's where I forget all about
politics and business. I make it a
hard and fast rule never to think of
them after I pass the door of this place,
and that's why I'm so healthy a man."
Baron Kentero Kaneko, Japan's new
minister of justice, is one of the best
English scholars in Japan. speaking
the language with fluency and writing
It with almost the same idiomatic pre-
cision as a native. Hlie is a graduate
of Harvard and acquired his legal
training in Japan. He is 47 years old.
Brigadier General G. Norman Lieber.
judge advocate of the army. who. hav-
ing reached the age limit, will retire
shortly, Is a son of Francis Lieber. the
distinguished publicist who was pro-
fessor of economy in South Carolina
college, whence, before going to the
Harvard Law school, General Lieber
was graduated in 1856.
A printer's error has resulted in a
queer state of things in Homer. Mich.
At a recent election Samuel Wodlley
and W. J. Webster, both Democrats.
ran for school inspector and member of
the board of review respectively. The
printer transposed the names, but not
the offices. Both candidates were elect-
ed, though neither got the place he

The salary of the young king of
Spain is $7,50,000 a year.
At the king of England's dinner table
there are separate servants for each
The czar of Russia scarcely ever
looks at a newspaper. He reads books
without end, but papers he cares noth-
ing about.
Letters written by Queen Victoria
are already Increasing in value in Lon-
don, and the other day a brief three
line note of hers, written in her own
hand, sold for 25.
The emperor of China is now said to
be suffering from the effects of to9
much tobacco. According to reports,
he smokes cigarettes continuously and
as many American cigars as he ea
The Duchess of Connaught, although
German by birth, is said to be an eu-
thusiastic lover of everything Britisl.
She has delighted the Irish tenantry
by engaging three women instruct r
In the Dublin schools to teach beir
daughters music, painting and litera-

ture. Her house in Dublin is said'to
be charming since she and the d ke
refurnished it.

Rock=aBye Baiy
These am sweet words, but how '
.pain and suffering they used to mean. 'I
different now. Since Mother's Friend las
become known expectant mothers h
been spared much of the anguish of
birth. Mother's Frie is a liniment te ie
applied externally. It is rubbed thorou~lily
Into the muscles of the abdomen. It gives
elasticity and strength, and when the fiial
great strain comes they respond quickly aind
easily without pain. Mother's Friend1 is
never taken internally. Internal remedies
at this time do more harm than good. If a

"woman is supplied with this so!end.d Ini-

Philadelphia letter carriers will have
lighter uniforms, but no shirt waists.
The mayor. city attorney, cIty treas-
urer and all the aldermen of Eureka.
Ills, have signed an agreement to serve
without pay.
SAccording to the latest census 72.000
,persons Inhabit the Eighth assembly
district of New York city, which com-
prises less than 100 acres.


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The queen of Holland has nar
war vessel after her lover-hu,
But, then, the honeymoon is
over yet.-Buffalo News.
Queen Wllhelmina's refusal to
her husbaml's debts puts the pr
consort in an embarrassing p
His state allowance is regarded
meager, and he is not permitted
work for a living.-Kansas City Star

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OHUIRI. It i. strange that none of them has
M t uth.N.B H.Mabry,Pa- ever thought of skating to the north
M: S pc .n reaching every" Pmoiits 11 pole.-Washington Post.
Aryer.. taP eSbbath tI T.M P.. Let us be Just to Vesuvius. It smokes
paer eetinWedneedataT-P.M. a great lea!, but It doesn't smoke ciga-
WSLEy VAkN M rODIST CnuMCE. J. B. Watts,
s charo reaching at the oldrettes.-KansasCity Journal.
every th ird .idayat 11 a.m. and 730 In Chicago the old saying, "Kiss and
" Thool 2:3au p. m.every Sunday aer never tell," seems to have been remod-
o lass.incetiug Sunday nh%7:30 o'ckok*. eled Into "Never kiss and tell."-Boston
p y ARI C ev.B.L. MCarty Some Kansas statistician has figured
rator. servime- will be held regularly evyey
,ndayat ll A. and -00 P.. Seatagre that every baby Is worth $1,000 to the
eeandthe public cor 1 invited toat- state. It is safe to say he didn't ac-
SSng.Weaneaj y.,17:30 M. Union Cbris- cept the parents' figures. Atlanta
go Endeavor Meeting. 3:i0 P. M., Sunday. 3 Journal.
Atr. ec.ngR tva.'m. iad7 .m. It would seem as if Waterville, Me.,
'v*y Sunday. Sunday School at 10 a. m. belles itq name, inasmuch as its citi-
p rer MeengWednesday 7 p.m. A cordial zens have paid fines, amounting to $5,-
,eo-me os Eextended C r. 000 for illegally selling llquors.-Bos-
-. JOHn Ser.ce: Preaching every ton Herald.
uter, P.St... MFriaeve n er-
av M. n.) Sna School at~0A.. It is only the oil well which gushes
s at OLi7CC RC ee.J. L. lisgoe hie- that is heard from. The dry holes are
Caocrvies: Higb Ma and Sermon at A. M" never mentioned; hence the impression
o_ 3 "P.M. VeSpers and Bnedic- gains ground that there are no dry
On week days. 1a:45A.M. holes.-Dallas News.
LE DEPOs1ToY.Biblf* or sale at all When a real prince is stripped and
s1m at cost prices at The T'I HABMAN searched for dutiable articles by the
O.ce. Church bundS school at9_3a.m., minions of our republic, "triumphant
esor.J G. Rhiley superintendent. Prach democracy" may be said to have ar-
tP- .mandauesdaynight. ClamMeet, rived.-New York Mail and Express.
rae y Nght. The result of England's struggle for
ing Tur m F. BuNmoZN, Pastor. -commercial supremacy has been the
DIrs of the LiOi.Y As caot O hd er destruction of her agricultural Inter-
eetrins of the t ird Friday evening of each ests. It is to be hoped that agricultural
ontb at 8 D. m. at the library. Germany will not fare as badly.-Bal-
Those who are interested In Chrti-n i ore Sun.
Thoe will b welcome at theresidence of Mr. timore Sun.
.C.Lewis where the services willbeheld The Missouri crop report Is the most
undas at 10:30a.m..ednesdaysat7:;0p.m. favorable issued in years. Indeed it is
ular mtin o Lo LDe No. believed that the farmers of the state
held every Tuesday Evening, at their have never had such bright prospects.
ode Room, at 8 o'clock. AllBrtnGers n Glorious old Missouri! She ,deserves
eod standing are invited to attend.
gooastandingaeW. B. WILSON, N. G. all the good things that can possibly be
I. L. COLLIK, R. showered upon her.-St. Louis Star.
sCAPXZNT.-RegUlr meeti f A
NCApXMN T N2, aree t
third ThursdayEvenings 1 e month MATRON AND MAID.
their Lodge Room, at 8 O'clock. A Pat
as standing are invited to attend.
rbin goodsW.. MtcINTOSH. 8R.,C.P- Mrs. Aguinaldo is a member of the
W. H. C HANcCY. Scribe. Manila Women's club.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. Mrs. Antoinette A. Keenan of Mil'
Tallahlasee Lodge, No. 3,. meet8seolnd waukee has given the public library in
and fourth Thursday eveningsof each month that city $10,000 as a memorial to her
A Masonic Hall E. PHILBRICK, Dictator. husband.
W. H. CHANCE. Reporter. Mrs. Lucy H. Boardman of New Ha-
S INGHTS OF P1TRIAS. en, the founder of the Boardman Man-
Cicero Lodge No. I K. of P.. meetsevery
rday evenin Castle Hall. Visiting al Training school in that city, has
hts are cordially invited to attend. made a gift of $12,000 to erect an addi-
J. F. HILLK.of S.- 2s tion to the building.
ST. PAUL LOPGE NO. 15 Mrs. L. 0. FPerson, Chicago, has in-
B. of the E. ) .vented a condensed food or emergency
oldis its meeting every Wedneuday even- ration which is said to possess great
at eight o' clock, at Its Lodge room up-
S ot eie door east oftbeannex of theOpera merit. The Japanese government has
vSe. All members of the Order in good negotiated for a supply.
jandig are cordially invited to ttend.n
d arSTAFORD, W. C. J. Mme. Patti declares that no one who
MASONIC. wishes to retain all the freshness,
a regularconvo on of Florida I. A. sweetness and power of her voice
apter No.1, will be held on the Second and should sing in opera more than twice or
fourth Mondays of each month at 8 ,.' e ck at the most three times a week.
t. w. M. McISrosH, SR.. Secretary. Mrs. Cushman K. Davis will make
o Regular meetings of JACKs0 LODO Washington her permanent home and
o.l, are held ontherfirtandtr Mon~oay s now endeavoring to dispose of her
o W.nh McT H. S'.. S eL.eertarv- property in St. Paul. In Washington
she will live on H street, opposite the
Metropolitan club.
rufessixal firds. Lillie Langtry is really a wonderful
woman. After going through several
DLjr x. BREVARD times what would have been annihila-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tion to 999 women out of every 1,000
PHYSICIANshe has won a new triumph in London
ALLAHASSEE, FLIDA with her new theater and a legitimate
Mml. artistic play.
A o Miss Helen M. Gould gave $10,000 in
w. WALK January last to build a Young Men's
ATTORNEY-AT-!AW. Christian association headquarters al
Office over Capital City Bank. Fort. Monroe.- Miss Gould's gift was
Made on condition that her name be
t.T.AHASBE, kept secret, but her name came out
&ly when active work was begun.
iD T. MYERS. Describing the perfection of the resi
? T -- she takes during her vacation, Minme
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Melba says: "I get up in the morning
TALAHSS. -. FLoBID&. and put on the same gown that 1 mean
to keep on all day. I never change ii
--- ,inin-, to night. Indeed, 1 d

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T6T.T.AWASA IT ]TI.A Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup h
been used for over fifty years by
alion of mothers for their children "'
Graduate 1894; UYmveFY M teething,O with perfectsuccese. :"Itoo
Baultmore; Po8t tfr&uat4 1893, the child, softens the gums, allays a.
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Preservation of Natural T( Sold bydruggists in every part of th
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Repairs all kinds of Household articles of
day use. Trunks, Bags, Satche Lock& .
Fastenings. Guns. PisWtls. Shooting Out
Umbrella, also Bicycles and Sewing Ma
Shop on Jefferson Street, near New
o Market. Work done on short otice, and
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Miss- Margaret Howle. the Scotchwo fl. F O I In
man who is trying to hwenune the tirst y
woman lawyer In (re:It rl:,in 1> w

ait teclt1' I .11a 1 For honest treatment and a speedy;cure write
membership. is y 1A;g a .*. n-- or go to Dr. J. Newton Hatha ay whose to
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Po n : Conuacted or Hereld- JaW aa eak Balr st
T': r Vt- lgE :. 310 d tarySyplhlsinauits ey a Unaa Painfuliu a
-- terrible stages, producing copper-colored cult. Too Frequent, Bloody or Milky Urine yo
Tnless Pat S 'h-~'y is curbed some spots on face or body, little ulcers on the al lftnctionual diseases of the Heart, Lungs n
otr brit :;. is lrtdae t in the mouth or throat, fallug out of Liver and Stomach; also Catarrh, Rupture
other bright gat:'h"r will lay aside thi l the hair or eyebrows, decay of the flesh or iihumatlsmi, I'iles, Fistj-a und all Bloo ki
faro box to cpcn a clearing house for tone., completely and forever eradicated and Skin and a. Female Disease- re
crime.-Baltimnore American. without the nsa cf inurious drugs, l .aia lb t.dmted aearditn toa t!hi baLet aad b- r
pcr nation o natr syste in. a a pure, strong and l.callh- ir.t Uois lJjwnt0LiedicaiLscieicc.
Speculation on Wa!l street has now f sti.te. ~A y ycorrespon-
reached the point where a large. circle .14.4 or enlarged veins, which 1j44,d, "diuce always sue-
of insiders and outsiders are guessing a ;. 1i% lead tj a complete loss of r'i:;i'. v'rit~.1- fr i nibo'kjist published anm!
as to its lasting or breaking. -Philadel- s:al pawer: al,,) llydrocele, Gonorrhwea.; d you caouut ail.
SCket, Strictur-e and all Private and Vencre- II '- HATHAWAY, M. 0.
phia Press. DIL~ases "d Weaknesses of men quie:: o:*.-waytCo.,
A New York doctor has Invented and .S- -,vannnh G .
patented a new kind of coffin. There I
-are a few people in this world who areND MATRON AN MAID.
observant of the eternal fitness of JINGLES AND JESTS.
things.-Baltimore American. A Meeting. Mrs. John Elitch, ir., of Denver
Mr. Stead now announces as on the We sat at the table together; courts fame through t p possession of
programme a war between the United She cast a glance over at me; a unique pet, a live Atustralian kanga-
States and Great Britain. We forget Her face was the face of an angel- roo.
A face I was thankful to see.
where Mr. Stead's last war was, but I fell neathh the spell of her beauty, The mother of Gover or Beckham of
we recall that there was no bloodshed. Praised fortune for letting us meet, Kentucky was itso theIlaughter of one
-Detroit JournaL And, blissfully dreaming, I ordered governor, the sister of f second and the
The head master of the Cambridge The things that wanted tocousin of a third.
Latin school says basket ball makes the Her eyes were of velvety softness; Ethel Costello of Kalamazoo eloped
girls rough, loud voiced and bold. Too I looked on her face and was glad,wa a widow in six
And I felt something sweetly alluring when she was 15, wa.' a widow in six
many girls of that type are in evidence In the shy, demure manner she had. months and while still;a young woman
already without the schools aiding Her form was the form of a goddess; has inherited $2.S(,000 rom the uncle of
their development.-Buffalo Courier. Her face was enchantingly fair. her dead husband.
I was manlier, nobler and purer
An English expert says that Sham- For sitting so close to her theme. Miss Josephine Boyen Holman, an
rock II will sail best under, a jack yard The waiter bent over her shoulder Indianapolis girl, whois to marry Mar-
topsail breeze. Arrangements will be I listened, expecting to hear coni, is herself an en usiastic labora-
made with the weather man to put Her ask for a cup of ambrosia; tory worker and has devoted a great
such a breeze in training. Anything to Her presence made heaven seem near! deal of her attentioif in that line to
make the races interesting. Denver I thought of those days on O-mpus electricity
Reulia. When goddesses banqueted there; electricity.
Republican. She ordered "some buckwheats and sausage," Mine. Bernhardt I a recent inter-
Forest denudation has made floods And I nearly fell out of my chair. view said: "An artist lust in America
an accompaniment of the early spring -Chicago Record-Herald. remember that her audience will be
rains. During the last 50 years the for- A Pointer For Papa. peculiar because it stains so many
ests of Pennsylvania, Ohio and We Lovely Daughter-Pa, Mr. Nicefells intelligent women. They, and they
Virginia have gradually disappeared 2o!5 to me lt night and I re alone, make possible any success on
until the hillsides are bare. Fires have proposed to me last night, and I r the staglone ake possib any success on
taken away the undergrowth.--St Leo- ferred him to you. the stage of this cour ry."
taken away -Well, I really don't know much. Mrs. Fairbanks, th< wife of the sena-
is Republic. about the young man, and I'll have to- tor from Indiana, is great believer in
Daughter-When he calls to see you the value of properly marking histor-
BRITAIN AND BOER. about it, you are to receive him kindly Ical spots and as pr sident general of
-real fatherly, remember-and help the Daughters of the kmerican Revolu-
If nothing else will move the British him along all you can until he asks for tion will probably exercise her in.
lion, the war expenses may budge it.- my hand, and then you are to look fluence not a little i 'that direction.
Boston Advertiser. alarmed and talk about what an angel Mrs. Washington Roebling, long a
Joe Chamberlain Is the evil genius of I am and how many millionaires and prominent member yid vice president
the British empire. He is the costliest dukes and princes I've refused, and of Sorosis, has resigned, much to the
Englishman to England that ever lived, then you are to reluctantly consent and regret of the club. The reason gen-
-St. Louis Republic. give him your blessing. erally assigned for Jier resignation is
England may have made a compara- "Oh, I am, am I? But suppose I her disappointment at failing to be
tively poor showing in South Africa; don't-then what?" made president of Sorosis at the last
but. on the other hand. its new loan be- "I shall marry him just the same."- election.
ing subscribed, for six times over Is a Tit-Bits. Miss Calista Codard has given 2"2,000
rather rich showing. Philadelphia for a memorial hall to thle village of
Times. led, White and Blue. Springville, in Erie county, N. Y. It
When the English budget was intro- Brides must on their Wedding aywill be handed ov.r to the village
duced, somebody said that every Boer Something old and something new, authorities with prolpr ceremonies, and
killed bad cost $5.000. T fe truth is Something borrowed, something blue. it will be opened to school entertain-
that figure is ridi.'ulously low. T*he Brt- So, when fair Marguerite was led ments, church gatherings, scientific
ish have certainly not killed 10,000 Down the rose strewn aisle to wed, lectures, etc.
Boers. If it has cost them $7.t)0.006.000 She had followed to the end One of the greatest European heir-
to kill 10.000 Boers, that is $75,000 per The rule that luck should her attend. esses is Miss LuciennePremelieHirsch,
Boer.-New York JournaL Borrowed blushes on her face granddaughter of the late Baron
The Boers are without a ship upon That the ue of love should grace, Hirsch, who is now 18 and will shortly
the seas. without a cent of credit Bridal trousseau very new,
The groom was old, and she was blue. make her debut in Brussels, where she
among the bankers of the world and -Baltimore World. has lived in strict retirement. By the
deprived of every productive industry, Goes itho st Sayflg. will of the late baron most of his im-
yet are they not fulfilling the threat Teacher-Now, Tommy, suppose ou mense wealth goes to his grandchild.
they made when they said their con- her Mrs. eacher-owchel Van Deventer of South
staggeror mus pty-aye, and o i boy his choice of them-you would tell River, N. J., a daughter of Abraham
wt -rmn G a dhim to take thea bigger one, wouldn't Van Deventer, a Revolutionary soldier,
wou3-Boston Globe. is a charter member of the Monmouth
)oTommy-No, mum. chapter, Daughters of the American
S "Ii is with a good deal of pleasure Teacher-Whyo Revolution. She has received the gold
and satisfaction that I recommend Teacher--Why?
SChamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- Tommy--Cos wouldn'tt be necessary souvenir spoon presented by the na-
g arrhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. -Tit-Bits. tional society to all real Daughter"
I W. Sawtelle, of Hartford, Conn. "A At the circs. The report that Mr. Morgan was sur-
t lady customer, seeing the remedy ex- "
posed for sale on my show case, said Same old circus, fering from trust prostration appears
t '.a ray believe that medicine Same old band; to have been premature.-New York
saved my life the past summer while S:' ame old sandu World.
at the shore,' and she became so en- 'V Same old beasts and : J. Pierpont Morgan has taken a $50,-
B thusiastic over. its merits that I at S; Same parade; 000,000 mortgage on England, but has
once made up my mind to recommend ; Same old peanuts, ot s et succeeded In getting the rest
it in the future. Recently a gentle- Same lemonade; of Euro under his cntroL-Ex
man came into my store so overcome Same old jest; change.
With colic pains that he sank at once Same old crowd, with When J. Pierpont Morgan gs to
t to the floor. I gave him a dose of Brand new zest. hen J Peront Mora to
e this remedy which helped him. I -Chicago Record. heaven, he will probably v'ant the

Repeated the dose and in fifteen min- work of Gabriel St. Peter ard tke re-
e utes he left my store smilingly in- Can't Down Hism. cording angel done under on-.;Uia;age-
e forming me that he felt as well as Miss Kittish There is absolutely ment so as to save.operation- e:-ensesa
ever." Sold by Wight & Bro. and all nothing that I can see to admire in Mr. _________i n -_
medicine dealers. Skidds.
Miss Tillinghast-I can see one thing, p itA
but only one. ap
Miss Kittish-What is that? 8ND
Miss Tillinghast His absolute un-
snubbableness.-Leslie's Weekly. SALE STABLES,
More Ieonoeiasm. Double and ingle Teams.
He called her his idol once BOTH LOCAL LTND DISTANCE.
And bent his knees before her; SABDOLOLN HORSES.
He only begged to be
Permitted to adore her.
He spells it "idle':now Patronage 4,Solicied
And tells her it is galling atisfc ti < n
To him to see the house
Run down while she is lolling.
-Chicago Record-Herald. f epectfully,
Vapreeedented ThogbKhtfalMess.
Mr. Gasper-I am going to have the ;
f a Lcourts look into the sanity of that man
who lives next door.
Mrs. Gasper-Why? he'ves
Mr. Gasper-Well, he's taking lessons :
on a horn and told me if his playing an- For lack O nourishment are
(00 -0 d 9 --noyed us he would give up learning.- severed knife. In ei
Ohio State JournaL severed with a knife. In eith
been interfered with. Nerves
is the food of love" wants known through headache,
O* __"^ O The dreamy poet wrote.
,irI H .-"With trope I feed thee, tender godI gestion, fluttering of the heart, i
r J tiI on how the printergloat eral weakness. Feed the hun
And laugh with orrid unction as make them strong and vigorous
( Aemble they the type, with the great nerve food and
And for the poet's "trope" contrive nerve a
S-To have it printed "triperl"r J "My nerves became so
B-Drait joum -- ....A, 4I*,.4

A Family eIIeat eeLa
A famib medicine e. for tea cemnt
a pretty littli- enamelW metal bon
ou have the means o keeping tr
hole family healthy, fr baby togood
d grand-pa. Go to yo-_druggi@ san
et a bc of Cascaret Cady Cautha
r ten cents, and see tht you always
ive them in the house. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, leepk-
sm. worms and nearly every odie aD
wet are ,ured by some form of nom-
ipation and in that little box you have
perfect remedy always pt hand. Saw
our doctor bills and present serious ill-
6ss by the useof the swkt, dainty little
eces of candy that malb you welF and
rep you well. We recotnmend Casce,-
*ts to all our readers.

le Lar[est ail lost CmipIet

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that Die

just as dead as though they werc
er case the base of supplies has;
that need nourishing make their
, backache, loss of appetite, indi-
irritability, sleel essness, and gen-

gry nerves, buind them up', and;
s, full of vim, vitality and& power,
tonic, Dr. Miles' Nervine.

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Land of Flowers.
Patn~s" ed1O THURSDAY. "tthe Offlce,
Stret.Tllamee, i ona.
JOHN C. TRICE, Ed. and Propr.


The death of General Patrick
Houstoun, which was chronicled
in these columns last week, re-
moves from earthly habitation
and association one of the most
conspicuous figures in all Flori-
da. He had in one way or an-
other been identified with the
State government for many
years and no man was more
conscientious ini the discharge
of his duties.
It was as a soldier, however,
that he was apparently most at
ease. Commanding in appear-
anee, dignified, and endowed of
Chesterfield-an manners, he
won the respect and admiration
of all those whom he came in
contact with in or out of the ser-
As a Confederate soldier he
won distinctions that will always
keep his memory fresh in the
minds of those who fought the
battles of '61-5, and as Adju-
tant-General of the Florida State
Troops for years past and up to
the time of his death, he was
1broughlt into close relationship
with the younger men of the
State and there always existed
between them the most cordial
feeling- and pleasant associa-
tions. /
As a citizen his first thoughts
were always for the public weal,
and to this was largely due the
fact that his large estates never
accumulated great riches.
In all the walks of life he will
be sorely missed from his acwus-
tomed ph'ce.

"Poor Jacksonville' is he;i d
on every hand and yet people
do not realize to what extent
the disaster reaches. -Nearly
the entire town wa> swept) al-.y
within lthie brief period of six
hours. For'r two iiles in lengthl
a nid Orne one itnd one-quai!er
miles in width, nothing re-
imains but a few broken br < k
:and twisted iron of what was )Hi-
ly a few days ago a prosperous
:aad great city. i
Thousands are walking thlie
:streets from morning 'til nigit,
yet the pittifiuly few l)Ilsiness
houses left are almost as empty
:of buyers as a last years bird's
nest. The people have nothing
,to buy with, and bein.l too poor
to get away have nothing to do
Ibut walk the streets aniti he-
mioanT each other's fate.
Can a iiore p-ittiable condil ionl
of affairs he inimagined?
Thousands of dollars in mon-
ey and many more thousands in
valuable have been sent, yet
the relief committee has been
-compelled to issue a second ap-
peal -for hell). The responses
will ino doubt be liberal, but
they will not be adequate to the
needs of the thousands of home-

less people.
Food, clothing, etc., will help,
and will be thankfully received,
and properly distributed if ad-
dressed simply "Chairman Re-
lief Committee, Jacksonville,
SFla.," but some money is nec-
essary, and it must be contrib-
uted largely by outsiders or
' hundreds will die of privation.

I The Jacksonville Telephone
Company, under the manage-
ment of Messrs. W. N. and C.
J. M. Shine, formerly of this
city, now has many phones al-
ready in operation and will soon
be in position to carry out all
their contracts. They were hit
hard by-the fire, but are undaun-



and Mrs. G. W. Camp, and the
attendance at the closing exer-
cises held here last week was
the largest ever assembled on
such occasions in W akulla coun-
The discipline of Prof. Camp
has been attainable and no one
blames him or his most excel-
lent assistant, Mrs. Camp, for
the pranks played in his clos-
ing exercises by Cupid that ca-
pricious "Little God of Love"
who laughs at locks and -iron
bars and falters at no obstacle.
The spacious Court room in
Crawfordville was crowded to
overflowing on the last night,
but the audience were orderly
and attentive, and the exercis-
es were drawing to a close when
Judge McLeod's baby became
fretful and he took it down
stairs into his office to quiet it.
The next part in the program
was a recitation, and when it
was announced there was a
slight pause-two young ladies
and two young men were absent
from the stage, but the pause
was unnoticed. All were soon
back in their places and the
young lady stepping to the front
rendered the most beautiful,
pathetic and touching recita-
tion of the evening. The ap-
plause was loud and long. The
rendition had been clear and
faultless, and not one in that
vast throng had the slightest
suspicion that the fair young
speaker had. during- that brief
pause, becorne a bride.
The parents and brothers of
the young lady sat in the audi-
ence. and the oldest brother,
suspecting that something of the
kind might happen after the en
entertainment, got his sister frorn
the stage and hurried off home
with her before the exercises
had fairly closed.
The surprise of thlar brother
and t he surprise of everybody
who attended thle eX-r'ises tihait,
nilht can wevl )be illn;lined

When the young nhusaaml drove
to the home of his bii I ast

hi1s w1ile.
'Pliv bride. M,tiss IAthl L Iee
Snmill?. is the pl"f-tty ;ihd talelt-
t4.- ,L d utJer i' f IM' .1J. W.
Suil'l i. a prominent fl'l~Naval Store
3i. liii ;'act-Iir-elrO~fu.. ioit. andI(
ilie i'-oonii, Mr. WX. \W. Wal ko*.
,.11., iS Itile okb-'S -son (if '%\.
WV. Waliker, Sr.. olle of the
111OS ; 1)101111 4llt it CiyiP-Is :1114

Z-! VOerll2' l('o rafr
Teh jovnL'ill di ,e ar'e happi
ellim'1I1'- 01(4iIoflevlllooII:a1
11o11i..110. (1all is sel'PIIP.:114'1 de
lighitful 11ow.
Professor' arid ii Casn, 1)h~
Neave thijs week for Vii%'lla Rico),
Ga:., and 1cai'l'y' with them thi'-
love 'and estee'l of all1 tie po.-
hils a-nd paitio:-; of othe. Wavm:kl-

The WVashington Life,
1-; ti1teEldte *t and best Ilrtliu'raee C06f1
rdilV. Onf dollar a woic vv~ill i
tho eA lct20-v-ear i'-ynu'flt polic-. FIaf
iv veivs %NilI swctir,- ordinary life 2N)
tavtnelit, non,-porfectable. i-our imImey-
anad 6 pe'r ce-nt i':icI if you iive. -,m i ;I
T*!t'. v.' ue if' you die. For pfull th"a--s
('21 Uoil J. C. 'ri(cv.

Commencement Progrimme.
Sunday, 8:)0 p. mn.-Bareal-
;wreate Address.
Monday. 8:30 p. m.--Platonlic
Annual Debate. Question, "Re-
solved. That Cuba should be
annexed to the United States."
Affirmative. Guy L. Winthrop,
W. H. Provence; Negative, F.
F. Coles. Robt. McCord.
Tuesday, 6:30 p. mn -Anaxa-
gorean Annual IDebate. Ques-
tion. "Resolved. That the Uni-
ted States should take no part
in the Partition of China." Af-
firmative, W. B. Crawford, Ju-
lian Howard; Negative, A. B.
Clark and W. M. McIntosih.
Wednesday morning 10 o'clock
a. m.--Cndergraduate Exercises.
"Beginings of English Fic-
tion,"-Gaston Day.
"Public Education"-F. A.
'"Play and its Significance"-
Mary Shutan.
'"Dixies Uncrowned King"-
WV. B. Crawford.
"'Napoleon Bonaparte" F.
B. W inthrop.
"The Dreyfus Case"--B. A.
"Reflections on the Countrv's
Present Conditiou"-II. Whar-
Wednesday, 10 a. m. and 8:3(
p. m.
'I'% I AI A- -P JI-.t

"Dixies Uncrowned King"'-
W. B. Crawford.
"The Problem of the 20th
Century"-A. B. Clark.
Wednesday, 8:30 p. m.-Grad-
uating Class Exercises.
"The Master Touch"-.--Miss
Bessie M. Saxon.
"Southein Poets"-Miss Lei
la Jackson.
- The Problem of the 20th
Century"-Asa B. Clark.

Says Be Was Tortured.
"I suffered such pain from c orns I
could hardly walk," writes H. Robin-
son, Hillsborouih. Ills." "but Buck-
len's Arnica Salve oompletely 'cured
them." Acts like. magic on pains,
bruises, iuts, sores. scalds, burns, boils,
ulcers. Perfect healer ofrskin diwases.*
and piles. Cu-e guaranteed by all drug-
Aists. Price 2. 5:.



Ban theThe Kind You Have Always BcuqM

Our rrinitnu F[)epartunel;t having
beepnirmo-t! :) (-itrfnew (quarter-s Just
prt-viroui fi, t'41 rri':i; fl-. w.tx'- -re in a
position t-i fill tall orelersS rtir riflt.n~-n
rulijit:.11(1 .jIj 411? (:ig PO)PI as her.--
tofore. Rehpvc~fl lix-,
Ti-: Ii:T. &-XW. 1.. w~w CMAY
116 W! s' For-;-,th St.. .1 ~k~l-~~ a

The Farmers' Institute was held in
the House of Representatives last
night Thne House not holding a night
session so that the Institute manag-
ers might have tne hall for the pur-
pose and also that the members of
that body might attend. The Institute
was quite well attended, and proved
very interesting and should prove very
profitable to those who took advantage
of the opportunity given them to hear
new and up-to-date ideas on agricul-
ture discussed. Dr. H. E. Stockbridge,
the efficient head of the Agricultural
College and Experiment Station, had
the direction of the Institute-which
was presided over by Hon. D. H.
Baker. member of Senate from Baker
The speakers dealt largely on the
cattle industry of tne btate, though
other subjects were most ably dis-
cussed. The first speaker was Capt. J.
H. Stivine. whose subject was "Im-
proved Grasses and Cattle."
Capt. F. A. Henilry, Representative
Irom .ee county, gave some interest-
ing facts on the cattle industry that
he had experienced( on his own range
in South Fiorla. Captain is a good
talker and he made his remarks very
ii;i ,resting to his hearers.
Hie was followed by Dr. W. E.
French of Daytona, on "Salt Sick-
ness. 1Jr. French spoke of the investi-
gtions carried on by himself of the
salt sickness unl-;'r the direction of the
-.xperiment Station. Such experiments
being carri,-d on as the result of a !
resolution passed by the last Legis-
lature. As a result of his experi-I
ments he showed a "brick" which the
cattle on the ranges would lick and
thus secure irmmnitity from tle (1s-
Ce's13. Hie was listened to with the
(-os, st attc.nioii I.l his audience. and
if his remr.dy is :; ;:e,-csful ss he
(.-ioin it -ill be n.v-aliaiie to the cat-
t!e raisers of our State.
Capiut': .h.he-.. in his rmParks.
s--oke of thr in-; tni.-ty- of the stock
(i(,l; i- the S0'Uite. at ,i'ig thait some
fir> n ,str'y dn;:"ig the-. lost e ght or nine
months, l; :ai',-5 tho:isai.i s (of (nol.;'s
more (fully $200.'00) beY:-: investor:
in the ind;(,stry in the border counties
of So'tTih Ceoorgia. These larger in vest-
nments were due. Captain Stephens
claims, to th- in::one-v of the work of
the Experinen:t St-:tiun in'ler Dr.
Stock'.;r'.g o'; >i5oe manae.m",ent.
)'.'.Sto k},:'!,i'4.:.te next ,sne! -l:er told
( tLt!eSpJ' .il'l'i;ttt il a ; a:!va:tI' s Th;it
triorida poss;esse.i fo: the production
of bheef(f of s gol o.quality aind at a
m.!ich (che.r, cost than elsewhere.
These a.idvantages consisting of not
alone in one o.,:' magnificent climate.
v.h-h re- :( ::ed :;.l '1(f.- sary the ex-
peNi'irr~s o(f m'-," -ims of money for
the i(r.:'T ho' ir..; of the et-ttle, bit
arlro (-,:;;std of ;; :' vaxietier of :tr-
not !>e 0"y.-".... i "
ar(l (heap:',s.- s; r(eg.i;ds cost. i ary
ot'-er :' -to"t- :i l::'en. Among other
fo,!i prodn'ic on,. !'e ,-spoke of the c-as-
sava. ani 'tr- v.-Li Ih. (e 3-ah,. would
pro.d e abi)'- six tinm's the a ;Iount
of food as tJas t '-i;14i be produced on
;an ;(r :' 'f rr. ; .
Dr. Stovbri.hri'g:. v a- thi' last speaker
of 1110 eC' iiniig. ;I.'l .-S most interest-
'.':t' l (loi.:!,- ,7 ;: .i.:scou,.irse. W'te trust
the Di,, or l- il hiold another Institute
neri., :u :rl'.'1:': 'e and advertise it
miorFe tI';').2 y, so that more of our'
Leon (' c':':;. farmei's may be able to
take :.'V:;i:'.e of the opportunity to
hear Iliin. %

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at Tallahassee, i "n the Countyof 'Leon or so much thereof as wUl be ,iece.sary to pa%- .te amoUU
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The State of Florida: To all whom it
may concern. All persons interested
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 Florhia, on the first
Monday -in June next, and show what
interest, if 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-
lama Railway,. company a oody cor-
pprate organized under the laws of the
State of Georgia, and having 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
a the said county of Leon, and lying
in the southeast quarter, and the east
,alf 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 2,
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 eook E. E. of the
records in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court aforesaid, and by deen
of the 28th of December, A. D. 1897,
from Eva S. Leonard to said Roberts,
recorded at pages 488 and 489 of deed
look G. G. of the records in said
clerk's office, and run west 3.40 feet
and thence south 100 feet., and thence
e'st 31-40 feet, and thence north 100
feet to the point of beginning.
Winess my hand nd sealof office,
.- is May 8th. A. D. 1901.
Clerk Circuit Court, Leun County. Pl1.

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e Dentist. Di. R. A. Shine.
rs. Edwards, of Lloyds, is
,hpr friend, Miss Taylor.


ite's (iai Vmuifuge not only
ally dtaitroys worms, it also in-
the appetite. aidi asesinilation
transforms a frail infant into one of
breath. Price 25 cents. -
Wight & Bro.

V. H. Balkeom returned home
week from a pleasant visit to
A contortionist entertained the Leon
I guests last Friday evening with
very curious and remarkable

King of Malaria is King of all Chill
and King of all Tonics. It drives
from the system and makes the
strong. If you want the best you
take King of Malaria Tasteless Chill

.and Mrs. T. J. Roberts have re-
ed to their city home from a visit
their country place.
Suicide by poison is not more cen-
rable than by refusal to cure your-
ef of Female Troubles with Sim-
ons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.

Governor Jennings, accompanied by
iAjutan,-General MacWillams and
1. T. V. Kessels, went down to Jack-
0ville last Sunday on a visit of in-

-'1 had liles so-bad I could get no rest
or find a cure ul.til I tried DeWitt.'s
irtch l hzelalve. Altet using it once.
forgot 1 evur had anything like Piles."
SC. lice, Somers Point, N. Y. Look
ut for inuitations. Be sure you atk ior
eWitts, All dealers.

bliss Sweeting, ....e charming daugh-
r of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Sweeting,
turned home last week trom a visit
Sxending over several months to
lneuds in West Florda.
You cannot accomplish any work
business unless you feel well. If
feel -Used Up-Tired Out," take
M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine.
Miss Sabel. of Bagdad, Fla., is the
est of Miss Cassie Sweeting, having
rned with her from West Florida.
Children whb are weak, fretful or
blesonme should be given a few
*JGE. T ey will then have rosy
ks bright eyes, win be happy and
aghing all the day long. Price, 25
ats. Wight & Bro.
Amcng the conspicuous vis .-ors tlis
week are the rival Tamopa. factions,
representing friends or opponents of
the Tampa charter bill. The fight over
the charter reminds the old-timers of
..-e memorable fight over the Jack-
sonville charter years ago.

Old "Unvle Frank" Jones. who was
for mary years a familiar figure on
our streets with his basket on his arm
delivering newspapers along Monroe
street, dcd this week and was buried
iu the city cemetery.

Rheumatism is conceded to have its
origin in a poisoned condition of the
blood, and to be most successfully
treated by IIERBINE, which acts upon
the liver, kidneys and other blood pur-
ifying org:ans, thereby divesting the
tem of the offending agents. Price,
50 cents. Wight & Bro.
Mr. W. it. WVilson has contracted to)
nave the front of his store and the one
adjoining, occpied .>y T. H. Randolph
'- & Co.. vntir.l.v remodeled. When his
plans atre ,arI.',i'd out they will present
ili ":.X(',einly h'nldsome appearance'.

S .ur. Arthur Ranuolph is still at Pan-
acea Sprngs. to which pleasant re'-ort
01 he won? last week because of a recent
attack of fever. H!e is fast recovering.
e are giad to announce, and having
delightful time on the bay.

he Senw to hil appropriating $100,-
0 0 for adhling lhe needed impropve-
4 ments to "he ("iditol building was up
S^ ftor comusidl.rticnn in the House to-day
and atter bling amended, reducing the
apProprintidn to $75,000, passed that
body to tlhe third reading.
Mr. Wil1:nm Broos, a prominent
38 -, citizen of ('trus county, is a guest at
the Leon hIotel. Mr. Brooks is the

rother-inF-:w of Mr. Thomas Pal-
Ser, who ii so well known and ad-
ired n 'Tal;iahassee's social circle.

. .he Spring Term of the Leon
LOity Cir(-it Court began mois week
3ith a doelet of eighteen: or twenty
I 'inal cases for trial. The Grand
Jl?" was oirganize-l with Mr. W. F.
ile for foreman.

Night Was Her. Terror.
"I would rough nearly all night long."
'Tites Mrs. Chas. Applepate, of Adexan-
Ind.. "and could hardly get any
p. I had consumption s3 bad that
fI walked a bleck I would congh
tfulliyand spit blood, but. when all
her medicines failed, three $1.00 bot-
It1of Dr. K-ng's New Discovery wholly
d me ,nd I gained 58 pounds." It's
O-lutelv guaranteed to cure Coughs,
Dtds. La Grippe, Bronchitis and all
roat anri Lung Troubl's. Price 50c
a ta$1 0)0. Trial bottles free at all drug-'

Ursion Rates to Memphis, Tenn.
On account' ,f the Reunion of United
.fed f.rate Vt trans the Seaboard Air
Railway will sell tickets from sta-
on is lines to Memphis and return
t h very low rate of one cent per mile.

ur. w. *. LeWis, uenus.P rnone 1o.
Q% 48-10t
Mr. J. W. Thomas of Atlanta is a
recent visitor at tWe Leon.
SSpring coumb are .pecmaliy. dangerous
and unlers cured at once, serious results
often follow. One Miaute Cough Cure
acis like magic. Ir, is not a common
mixture but is a high grade remedy.
AU dealers.
Messrs. J. C. Terry, of Apalachico-
la, and A. B. Porter, of Carrabelle,
were in the city last week.

Health, borength and Nerve Force
follow the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine, which insures good
Digestion and Assimilation.

Hon. John W. O'Neil, a prominent
resident of Madison county, was
among recent visitors.

Mrs. W. C. Butler, who has been vis-
iting her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Brome, returned home ths week.

If "Out of Sorts," Cross and Pee-
vish4, take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
Medicine. Cheerfullness will return
and life acquires new zest.
Mr. W. B. Forbes, of Pensacola, one
of the promoters of the Florida An-
nexation to Alabama movement, is
stopping at the Leon.
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Ar-

Mr. W. J. Hillma, ot Floral City is
at tne captak
Mr. John A. Graham," eSt. Marks
lumber man, is int e city. .
General Allej Thoma, fon,. Solon
B. Turnman and Col. Peter 9.m Knight,
are recent arrivals from Tampa.

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 rectumh is
produced. They should be curd.TAB-
will cure the most obstinate cases.
Price, 50 cents in bottles Tubes, 75
cents. Wight & Bro.
Col. Wm. Lanmb, of Fort Fisher, and,
one of the most prominent men inf
Virgnia, was a guest at the home of
ex-Governor Bloxham ths week.

Mss Clem Hampton of Live Oak is
the guest of Mrs. W. NN Sheats.-

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.

Mr. W. W. Stripling of'Palatka
a recent visitor in the city.


Purify the Blood

nica Salve will cure the worst case By taking the old reliable Botanic
of piles on earth. It has cured thous- Blood Balm (B. B. B. : cures uicers.
ands. For injuries, pains, or bodily scrofula. eczema. pimples, itching skin,
eruptions it's the best salve in the aching bones, boils. carbunclis. If youe
world. Price 25 c a box. Cure giar- are all run down take B. B. B. It will
anteed. Sold by all drugggists. vive life vigor and strength to the hloodl.
B.8B. B. makes thp hlood pure ard ric-h.
Mrs. W. D. Hartt left last week on a Druggisk.*$1. Trial treatment free. lih
visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. F writing Blood Balm Co., Atlant-,Ga.
Knight. at Birmingham, Ala. Messrs. Chas. G. W. Allen and G. W.
"Last winner 1 was '-onfited ) m i bed vatts of Washington county, were in
with a v-ry b.I cuid (n th. !u.!s. .the .city during the week.
Nothing gave me relif Frin.ll ni .
,vife l,,11 hr H !),,ti, of One Minute DeW itts Little Early l.srs schra
Sithlie remot-:" i oarl, (t th- howv-'l atil re-
(:ouzh C r(- ,hat effe.-te d a speedy cure. tho remott ii rt.< of the awt re-
I cannot s eak too h,.,hi;v of thar, excel- ove the- iflaorities i-pe.ddyi witIl nt,
lent r-enridv." Mr. T K. Houseniii. ediscaml:rr. 'l'i are. nou-i for th,'u"
Mfanataw-u v. Pa. All de-alers, ef alers. F :sy lake. ever grilw-
ARl dealers.
Mrs. C. J. M. Shine and children of Hon. John A.' and C. M.
Jacksonville, came here during the Cooper. prominent members of the
week on a visit to .er father,; Mr. W. .,acksonvie bar, w're before the Su-
D. Hartt. I i,'T.e Cr., C thS.oWeek .


When the liver fails to secrete bile.
the blood becomes loaded with bilious
properues, the digestioh becomes im-
paire( and the bowels constipated.
ERBINE has a direct action on the
liver and excretory organs, and a few
doses will cure any case of biliousness.
Price, 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
Mr. B. 0. Bowden, a prominent citi-
zen of Brooksville. who has been in
the city for several weeks, returned
home to-day on the east-bound train.

Biliousness is a condition charac-
terized*by a disturbance of the digest-
ire 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
-.ipd r.-ulate the bowels. Try them
.i,'-1 vo; :;r'1 certain to be much
)l':m!s; with the result. For sale by
Night & Bro.
Vry. ,. i' Axteli. of Jacksonville.
"-: ', -, --i r. irs. H. E. B,-nnett.
>.n Ai ..s; a S rtr. t.
17::- fi t r- '. '0 i -i l.-'-'" y r.Ih Pnit
' ( l, -r ;>' tlh.s .... ;', t"r .v;.'-r. tipna
i'" .-ioi. "- i-' ..i ; at ."l ...nt'^*r (i.-
a r u er.. re.v i 'sh'eo your a-i's
- ursee it in ...-.. ,.'-.- ,r .1' ihe- kit !1. h1 1e-
s-'e ihaut v i -! to ;o -otWer r'im-dy
hut tli- ',nm ,.i P, y Davi-
Pailii-l -if-r hii" '1 r .I-'V i' Avoid1
-i .ti t, *. i;r ,i- ,-n P- i. !.,r,
'.. r- l).R<- ". I'-i., \)5 :8eil! 50 :
A.rt-. Anri-' Hoi)kins, of Orange
.\ a i-ster oil the late General
ilotstounlf, left for homine on Thursday.


the new r'-medy for costive-
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Tablets. Every box guaran-
Price. 25 cents. For sale by
& Bro.

Mrs. M. R. Cohen and children of
Jacksonvlle, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Cohen.

Don't dbspair 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 oc Bro.
Mrs. S. B. Chopin of Gainesville,
after spending a few weeks here with
her husband, Dr. Chopin, has returned

Sixty-three (63) years a drug store.
We have moved into the Lively old
stand, with everything new from the
front door to the back, upstairs and
We have more space, more goods- ard
are better equipped to please )ou.
Our offices are .in rear and up over

First ,ind Foremost
In the li'-hl of mint tic nt is l-lowl'-; S-,r
- I irilia. II nos't-;-es-ae :tfiial "l i l ln-
i 1 .- >w- l-'d (;or pro ihtle" Ib if.ilelt'
i <:r inme ,,erishe'l hi)odl. ir you Ia ve
r erllie la'.;2ttsri-. i spe* s' -crofrit' o- r 'ca
It rI i-rh vi ti .. -'1;i ke i[tleHo S. "'s a il'trill:,
a" i( l r e <- 'r If n'l. ;I:re ri V 1
:i!.t r- el e:-k :a tJ, li'ed. you ile:iy -u
tur'- \i wvil oi oi ge->it.
hie avot it- family 6' ;i*l-arti" i iHo, i;'s
Miss Can ie Macon. who has been,
during tme past w-n:te., attending
s, shool at the West Fl,'i(ia ,Seminary.
le- laust v.cek for her home at Green-
.. I .ss. C. "v. .eve;o, .. S. McFalls
and. r'. McCall, prominent citizens
of Hillsboiough county, are a. the city.

A lFirenmans' ('l "1 sttiuck to nty engine, althioutI. every
JoiI;t ached aindi every tnerve was racke-d
witl! pain.', w rtes U. W. ikllliny, a
,'*<.- nillot've teieman ol, Burluii.ton.
Iowa. "'I was weak adld 'ale, without,
any appetite atld all run down. As I
xis at ,;iti to Live up. 1 ,got a botIUle >t
" Electric Bithirs and, after taking it, I
e ;:s wll s 1 everad i( n m lile."
'tVeiak. sick;v. inti down p-opl always
g1;iis lite ie. strength aui vigor from
their u-e. '1 ry l-ini. Sat.i:-fae'tion
,'iamrant, ed by all druggist. Price 50t
The House last week passed a bill
to extend time for tne completion of
tne Tallahassee Southeastern Railway,
and shortly a force of two hundred
numn will be grading on the line.

Among the prominent members of
the Florida bar before the Supreme
(ourt this week were Messrs. J.1. C.
Langley and J. B. Gaines of Leesburg.
V. 0. "Knight of Tampa and L. M.
Green oi Ocala.
That we have other progressive
farrn.ers in our county is prove-I by a
magnificent specimen of the "Vetch"
family of forage crops that is hanlng
on exhibition in our doorway, which
was brought in to us by G G. Gibbs
The specimen bunch measures fully 8
feet in length if not more, and show
a luxurant gronth. A field of s-.ia a
forage crop would be worth many
hundreds of dollars to the armer #os-
sessing it.

You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver
is sluggish and your bowels clogged.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers cleanse the
whole system. They nerer gripe. All

Mr. B. F. Isler, one of the progress-
ive farmers of old Leon, brought to
our office an unusually lafge egg
that one of his fine Plymotuh Rock
uepns laid. It measures 6 3-4 inches
around by 8 inches long, and is one
of the beautiful golden color that is so
much admired. It goes to show the
value of having a good breed, in your
poultry yard. Such eggs should be sold
by weight, as they are equal to two if
not'three of the common variety.

Sometimes a fortune, but never if
vnu have a snllnw pomnirIeion a inn-

upt. W. B.
System, came
in his private

Denham, of the Plant
over from Thomasvilkl
car early in the week.

Skin affections will ieaiily disappear,
by using DeWitt's Witois Hazel Salve
Lok out for counterfeits If you get
DeWirt's you will uet gfuit results. It
is ihe quick and positive cure for pile*,.
All dealers.
Mr. Robert Gamble of Thomasvlle
was a recent visitor among his many
Friends here.
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.

Mrl W. H. Tucker of Tampa, was
among the many Tampaites in the
city -during the past two weeks, look-
ing after the new charter proposed for
.that city.
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook. N.
C. says he suffered with piles for fifteen
years. He tried many remedies with no
results until he used DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him
All dealers.
Mr. S. W. Johnson of DeLand vis-
ited .ie Capital City last week.

Cyclists should always carry a bot-
MENT, in case of accident, if applied
immediately,' it will subdue the pain,
prevent swelling and discoloration,
and quickly heal the wounds. Price,
25 and 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
Prof. George W. Camp and wife of
Crawiord ville were here last week en
route to Georgia.

"Our little girl w;,s unemonsious front
strarnviilationi luring a uldden and tr-
rible attack of group. I quickly secur.
ed a bottle. of One Minut- Cough Cure.
c:iving her thre- dow,.< Th- croup was
mastered and our ittlo darling s.p-lily
r(.overedJ.'" so -rits % L. Spatfor;,
Chester, Mich. 11I d':i!rs .tr
Jersey Bull. Billy of Orange, regis-
tered. No. 59,394. at residence of John
Donk, ready for service, at $1.50 per
Iead. ;t*

l ) ~i:,Fie U'au lies
uyjlar s j:.:st receive]
;at Balkcort,'s Drug Store

Ladies and Gentlemen. Girls and

I xion "uti lt l-i;O n 'itat itonfI 1o
fhotel B11114111'..ce l. (1,-r-tilthil'Fi rstN.
t0-11Al l'1iik. I all)I'r-pa-uremato' Se-)
you with i b C.(ret mut ittah'from i-eai
We\t Unam aaen ad jilmv(-fruit Ihlvor A~-

Ut.!t- Aetece- i, '~-U1. it all its :tI!-

it) ;tey e (~e C-t' il# ~m'.-Ill d010 S 'orA I
OUTOIe't re-rs frSmgI fawlw tMue~mwii
ered Eat r-s~h*m..'.
'e-rk' iulv
LEDWIN 1". 14i KF.
PrIi-oj er- t r.

iMiis Blak, s Sj(itayjtirn.

N -x- oblo toirith ) f~ l~')) Ift-.~
al! th-. year 4 r'iditle ymr-t;.Fi'
ti('uiztr- ;epiv to,

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An i .iin of ev 'iitiio is 've)rlth :i
polunt of cilii-r flit Z- t. o i' (i ll..i;'ir(i'-
![ieli o nil S% reip nli- l lid ii .i is -i-t ii
a starll (tI j' lvsi i:-'i.- \\ : ii .> lilir sii r.:- '.)i-
two Ut'-inlt'ed. Price, ii(ad 30 t. is.
`1Vi, .l itt & itro.
Our -.k-.ry lin;oi- ::ri up to dltte.
(Cail andi s tif.e :', n.i. i t'urnii d out .
everi'y 'iay al T. i ';'. -r's.
.,Piw,)w- anlI Plow (;;ia- at V:t.',r's. I
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To Quench F'-.Zcii Ora.,,
Your Thirst
B lk:n,,n's D:-rug Store.

TO THE DEAF.-A i(-h iady, cured of
her Deafness atd Noises in the lHead by
Dr. Nicholson's Artilicial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to hns Institute, so that deaf
people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 1174,
The Institute. 7M0 Eighth Avenue, New
Finest Cigars in Tallahassee, at T. B.
lyrd's, try them.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOc
or 2.5c. If C. U. C. fail to cure, drug-
gist, refund nonev.
Emitaine our line ,"f stfitionary
before Pr',hasing- Wi/ht hiros.

I Know

I have the finest line of 5c,
10c and 15c Cigars obtain-

I Know My Soda Water and Ice
Cream, is, if possible, b-tter
% than the be-st.

I Know .Ater one trial you will
I agree with me.

WHY. N' T Get your
worth "

pan get you up anything in the Cake
ie on bhort notice, at.T. B. Byrds.

/)otton Seed Meal
?1.00 per sack at Levy Bros.

JOARD.-First class board can be ob- u
ta d "'reasonably" at Mrs. Greenhow's ul
" Calhoun street. 47-4m
D uy your Seeds of the Tallahassee
S The
Eccate Your Bowels With Cascaret. Shop,
A c- / ho e ,

0,uuy Uasnaruc, cure constipatior
e 10 25c If C. C. fail.
r ,ggiats refund money.

University of Virginia.
I Summer July 2 to Sept. I, I. Fs.-
ly helpful to beginmers; to eanliulats for
ad ion to the bar; and to Practitioneirs who
ha1 lackd systematic instrmcUon For cata-
log e, address"
Chariottesville. Va.
Vighyit Bros. delirer ice cream in
1d('ks to any Ktrt of the city:
(Cake On aments of most beautiful de-
aig. at T. i. eyrd's.

Socks, Cotton, Wheat.
A body dc-siring to invest or spe-culate can
getur '-Guide to Jnvetors a.d speculators"
as jell :as our Daily Market letter frte of
chase upon application to

Gorge Skaller & Co,
Menrabers of New York Cons. St4ek Ex(haneg .
SN. 70 Wall Street, New York.
Neuralgic pi ns. rhl'imatism, lumiiIl:tgo
and sti(:tic pans. vield to the liwnetra-
tiiig influm,,-.. of BilItri l's Snow Lmii
ment. 'rice 25 .;nd .'1 (:.tit-t.
Wight & Bro.
To the Deaf.
A rich lajy,. ured of her -leafnes-i and
no*e's int the head hby )r. Nicholsm'.s
Artificial Ear Drums. gave $Sl0.000) tolhis
Institut-., so that delIf people) unable to
pro.ure the E;tr Drums ini hlive therm
freet.. Addr.-.- No. 129.6; "ri," NichIolIson
Institute., 780 Eightih Avnuie. New
York. "14-1v
For Sale.
Lninds in Jacks-.,. Lt-on and' Tavlor
counties. Mitj. Rolert Gamble. agent,
T;alldir.ssoe. Fla. 4:-tf.

high a
I Fats f




most complete line in ten's
all grades; also WomIen's,
' and Children's Sho4, in
nd low cuts. G(ents' iFur-
fs, Negligee Shirts, shirt
s, Underwear in all grades.
or Men, Boys and Chilren.
s, Bags and Coat Cases.
Cities in Summer Clothing,

D.B. Meginniss,Jr

Most women with female weakness
suffer dreadfully from pile- in addliton
to their other pains. They may be cured
by using Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment. Price, 590 cents in I)ttles- tules,
75 cents. Wight & Bro.






Dr. Ford's Dyspepticide
f'Xpostlste noXie iu.,s !,;r is -.fd ey sfk'ia
'roe thle systemu. ;hcatit#-lv' ctiresthe
et~&ee'lelt taiist-s tOetmn-~i;-lhito?. mirnish
11'hY lhsId-), hI tort i-".ii andtlnpri-e Icid
ivw. Dr. FPard's Livsjeepjt ioe Oms kiidif-
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'200,(00 acres of Timbel'red La:ud ftor seiie in .Ilble-, 's and West
Florida, in tracts ranging from al (jiart er s(,e'tiol to lift-Len thoiusaruil acres,
at reasonable prices; ratod ac(,)rd4ing to timi!.er, il c.iti., etc.
Also desirable city :and sutirbaln lResilv.nces and Btuilfliii Lots in and
'around Tallahassee, the most picturesqueit and attractively located city in the
State, with bright prospects of improved businesss conditions.
Also improved F irms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for cul-
tivation, Stock Raising and Dairying.
One of the most desirable of this class is a tract of 800 acres of te
finest Farming Land in Leon County, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section in
the South. Especial attention is called to this tract which will' be sold *t
very reasonable figures.
For further particulars call on or address with stamp the undersigned,
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Dueba e England Is down to a point

StheJau m the Britnish govenl ent ss -
0hass000d000 behind, the English mind

t she'll begin again Just at pride s els soon re
parts of the tor aof the Dukmule and
Dahe of YorkEngland who are spending

When Great Britadin ohave ex-i
ate the resorcethods of the ordnomary
Staxpayer se to ake goodthe expenses o

tae Boer war, It may bethink Itself to

nteres arbehind, the fonglish minde-

Remarriage otuted thated p ersonie wthe-
PO a year after thee granting of the ande-
cr hat been forbidd en in Wisconsin.
one8tiut ing" therying byloni mesa of a
ouis mtRepublic.
When Great Britaineshal have ex-
baulted the resources orfthe ordinary

penal statter to to save good.the expyflowernses or
the Boer war, It may bethink Itself to
make an assessment on Alfred Belt and

traeciling arbhodtus, from extbillinctiores in whosthe

o eqal after the granting of the earth's surface

Ias produced profitably a variety of the
that of Californbidden In Wsa.cnsln
CA new ticut In Pennsylvaniag by makes itof a
Penal statute to save the myfiowernk, olor

ting or polishing arbutus, frompextinctis whonere chil-n the
drstate. obtain them.

No equalgo aexpended more money forface
parks lastproduced profitably a variety L of tendon or

Efforuits re beine and shrub equal to
have the city buy and preserve the boy-t

hIng or polishing compounds where chil-on.
dren can Franso Is now in size the ninththem.

Chicago expe nion anded, aording to they for
parkslast ensyear than either Londation of 342,782

London is the most expensive port in
the world. Ships which can discharge
In three days at Liverpool or New York
take 14 in London owing to lack of fa-

If people only knew what we know
about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would
be used in nearly every household, as
there are few people who do not suffer
from a feeling of fullness after eating,
belching, flatulance. sour stomach or
water, brash, caused by indigestion or
dyspepsia. A preparation, such as Ko-
dol Dyspepsia Cure, which, with no aid
from the stomach will digest your food,
certainly can't help but do you good,
All dealers.

Mme. Patti includes billiard playing
among the good exercises for singers.
Florence Miller, aged 6, keeps books
for her father, a real estate operator in
Bloomington, Ills.
Fraulein Tiburcius, a lady physician
In Berlin,- has celebrated the twenty-
ifth anniversary of her entrance into
the medical profession. She was the
Arst lady doctor in Berlin and started
her practice in 1876.
The widow of Vice President Breck-
Inridge of Kentucky will under a. re-
cent grant receive a pension of $8 per
month and a back payment of $1,3,0O
cash. She is 76 years old. Her bus--
band was a major in the Mexican war.
The Countess of Warwick bhas the
most charming garden in England, fill-
ed not so much with the fashionable
flowers of today as with the old fash-
ioned favorites of long ago, that are
allowed to grow in untrammeled luxu...
Fraulein Greta Baldauf, a new Ger-
man poetess, was a waitress last sum-
mer at the restaurant Zum Krokodil at
Baden-Baden. Admirers of her talent
have found her a more agreeable situa-
tion. Her book is called "Lieder eines
Madchens aus dem Volke."
The Countess of Minto has suggested
to the people of the Dominion of Can-
ada that as a fitting memorial of the
late Queen Victoria they establish cot-
. tage hospitals for the sick and injured
in the remote districts of the provinces.
She has already received an anony-
mous gift of $2,000 for this laudable
The position of law clerk of the treas-
ury department at Washington will
after July. I be held by Miss Clara
Greacen of Michigan, the first woman
to hold the-position In the history of
the department. Miss Greacen lhd no
political influence and won her promo-
tion by sheer ability and fitness for the
At the recent Colorado elections Mrs.
Margarpt Robins was unanimously cho-
sen city treasurer of Idaho Springs.
At Aspen Mrs. E. A. Kenney was re-
elected to the same office by a large
majority. Mrs. Jennie Gale was elect-
ed city treasurer-at New Castle, Mrs.
]mma C. Palmer in Greeley, Mrs. Clara
A. Clark at Alma, Mrs. Mary Shanks
at Ouray, Miss Nellie E. Donahue at
Victor and Mrs. A. N. Frowine at Man-

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LTpopular idea expressed in. the
"the art of selfefense,"n shows'
opinion that the chief enemies a man
to defend himself from are visible
ani external. But the real danger of
every man isAtom minute and often in-
visible foes. In the air we breathe and
the water we drink are countless minute
organisms league against the health of
the body.-
The one defense against these enemies
is to keep the blood pure. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery thoroughly
purifies the blood, removing poisonous
substances and accretions. When the
blood is pure there is no harborage. for
the germs of disease which find a lodg-
ing only when the blood is impure and
"I consider yor 'Golden Medical Discovery'
one of the best medicines on the face of the
earth," writes Mr. Win. Floeter, of Redoak,
Montgomery Co., Iowa. "While the south-
west. three years ago, I got poi with poi-
son ivy. The poison settled iW t blood and
the horrors I suffered cannot be in words.
I thought I would go cray. I tried different
kinds of medicine, tried different doctors, but
all the relief they could give me was to make my
pocket-book lighter. I then began taking Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Took four
bottles without relief. Kept taking it. I took
in all ten bottles and got entirely cured."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con-

Split In a National Order of Saloon
CINCINNATI, May 15.--Two convdn-
tions, both claiming to be the Knights
of the Royal Arch, a national order of
saloon keepers, are in session here to-
day. The one which holds the archives
is favored by Supreme Organizer C. S.
Rogers of Hot Springs, Ark.,..who is the
the real founder of the order. The offi-
cers claiming to be the real representa-
tives of the order are all from Hot
Springs except one, who lives in St.
The opposing faction is" headed by
John Gay of Chicago, John Valerius,
Joseph Wesccamp and Joe Miller of
Cincinnati, and Ben H. Schaeder of
Louisville. They will meet in the Rob-
inson opera house and expect to gain
enough delegates to reorganize the order
or form a new one. Their objection to
the regular faction is that the finances
have not been properly managed. Rog-
ers denies this and offers the books to
show how the money has been applied.

Freedom of Press In Ohio.
COLUMBUS, 0., May 15.-The supreme
court today handed down a decision in
the application handed by a Clev land
newspaper for a writ of manD&rmnn
against Judge Boston G. Young to com-
pel him to permit she publication of
testimony in the Johnson murder cases
at Upper Sandusky. The motion is de-
nied and the order continues in force
luring the trial of the remaining num-
ber of the gang who are under indict-

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 successful, and gained
its wide reputation and extensive
sale by its success in curingg 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.

Melvin 6. Dodge, who was graduated
from Hamilton college in 1890 and aft-
erward became its librarian, has been
appointed librarian of Leland Stanford,
Jr., university at a salary of $5,000 a
The William L. Wilson memorial
fund of Washington and Lee universi-
ty has been Increased by a gift of $500
from David R. Francis of St. Louis.
The fund now amounts to more than
President N. J. Morrison of Fair-
mount college, Wichita, Kan., has just
visited Franklin Falls. N. H., to secure
some sprouts from the elms planted by
Daniel Webster. which he will set out
in the grounds of Fairmouat college.
Robert C.- Winthrop. Jr., has given
Bowdoin college some Interesting rel-
les of its first patron, James Bowdoin.
including an old dress suit of black vel-
vet lined with white satin. There are
also an old dagger and a pair of duel-
ing pistols.
Princeton alumni have raised $80.000
for the gymnasium building which it
is proposed to erect on the university
grounds. The total cost is estimated
at $200,000. and at least $125.000 of
this. It is thought, will hav been sub-
scribed by commencement. -

T-Ir Lj-nL. noD ern rfr-faIrf



Serious Condition of Affairs

In Albany, N. Y.


Mob Rushes Upon an Electric Car,
Brutally Assaults .the 3Motorman
and Upsets Car lan Gutter-Militia
3lay Be Calle& Out.
ALBANY, May 15.-Riot followed the
attempt today of the Union Traction
company to resume the operation of its
electric street railway system in this
city, which had been tied up by the
strike of employes inaugurated Jast
week. The company had secured 200
men to take the faces of strikers, and
last night housed the newcomers in the
Quail street barns, where they were
guarded by police and deputy sheriffs.
Outside the barns a large number of
strikers and their sympathizers as-
sembled during the night, the crowd
growing until it numbered 2.000 or more
by the time the company was ready to
send out its first car.
Twcpolicemen were on the platform
with the motorman and two guarded
the rear platform. The crowd greeted
the appearance of the car with derisive
and insulting cries and obstructed its
passage, but a squad of, police cleared
the way and it passed on and from the
vicinity of the barn.

Motorman Assaulted.,
-Half an hour later a second car
emerged from the barn. The crowd
immediately made a dash for it, some
of them hurling missiles at the motor-
man. The police could not withstand
the rush of the mob and same of the
rioters were soon upon the platform.
The motorman was struck several times
upon the head, until, bleeding and
senseless, he relinquished his grasp of
the handles. On the rear platform two
men pulled the trolley pole down and
bent it until it broke. The car had ob-
tained some momentum, and striking
the switch went off into the gutter.
Once the mob had accomplished their
purpose, they withdrew with cheers.
The police arrested four or five of the
rioters. One of the trolley wires fell
on the street, a few minutes after
having been cut, putting one line out of
Boy With a Brickbat.
The car which had previously left the
barn made several trips up. and down
town, not carrying any passengers. At
the corner of State and Pearl streets,
when the car came upon its second run,
a boy threw a brick at it. .A man who
saw the act caught the boy by the shoul-
der. In an instant the mob had torn
the boy away and assaulted the citizen
who held him.
Nearly a dozen non-union men whom
the company brought from out of town
deserted after the attack on the second
The indications are that if the com-
pany persists in running the cars the
National guard will have to be called
No attempt has been made to operate
the United Traction lines in Troy, Co-
hees. Renssalaer and Watervliet, %on
which the employes struck when those

in Albany walked out.
..-- Labor Troubles In Spain.
SEVILLE, Spain, May 15.-A mob of
strikers here, while attempting to force
a number of workmen to leave their
tasks today, came in conflict with the
gendarmes. Many were wounded and
70 arrests were made. The strike is
When your stomach begins to trouble
you, it needs help. The help it needs.
is to digest your food,, and nntil it gets
it, you won't have any peace. Stomach
trouble is very distressing, very obsti-
nate, very dangerous. Many of the
most dangerous diseases begin with
simple indigestion. The reason is that
indigestion. ('ot-digestion, not-nourish-
ment) weakens the system allows dis-
ease germs to attack it. The antidote
is Shaker Digestive Cordial, strength-
ening, nourishing, curative. .It cures-
indigestion and renews strength and
health. It does aid by strengthening
the stomach, by nourishing it to digest
your food. It nourisles you. Shaker
Digestive-Cordial is made of pure herbs,
plants and wine, is perfectly harmless
and will certainly cure all genuine
stomach trouble. Sold by druggists,
price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle.

Tom Reed is so big that when the
money once begins to stick to him he
will take up quite a collection.-Wash-
ington Post.
Having acquired about all the rail-
roads In sight, it is but natural that
Mr. John Pierpont Morgan should take
to the water.-Washington Post.
Count Castellane's physicians have
ordered him to take a rest. It is not
specified that it shall be the rest of the
Gould millions.-New York World.
It Is said that W. W. Astor cannot
learn French. Perhaps, after all. Mr.
Astor is not deliberately disagreeable.
Perhaps he is only dense.-Washington
If Mary Wilkins continues postpon-
ing her wedding, there will be reason
to suspect that she has fallen a victim
to the advertising mania.-Seattle Post-
The Duke of Manchester is giving
Papa Zim a good time in London. The
duke doesn't mind the exwnn in,1 a

Payment by the incipal of part of
the- contract prl. is, a ratification of
the agent's atflu Iaking the contract
(46At4R p.30[ "A1
Where a pCa procures another to
write a lettefteor him he is presumed
to know f.s contents whether be did
or not when the person to whom it is
sent acted upon it. (32 N. W. Rep..
755.) r
A contract may be enforced against
one person; shown to P"ve been the
real. principal, although ., purports to
be the individual contract of the agent
by whom it was made. (101 Fed. Rep.,
It Is immaterial whether a contract
was authorized prior to its execution
oi subsequently ratified. If a contract-
ing party could qutborize it in the first
Instance, he coulf ratify it subsequent-
ly.. (86 Ills. App.Ct Rep.. 216.)
The burden is upon him who seeks
to avail himself of the acts of an agent.
in order to charge the principal, to
prove the authority under which the
agent acted, to establish the agency
and the extent of same. (13'P. S. Ct.
Rep., 143.)


Sugar exists in the sap of leaves of
nearly 200 different kinds of trees.
Palms never live more than 250
years. Ivy has been known to live
450. chestnut 860, oak 1,600 and yew
2,880 years.
The surest way, of getting water
where it is needed-close to the roots
of plants-is to sink a tin can with per-
forations in the bottom by the side of
the plant and fill this with water. This
puts. the life giving fluid where it is
needed most.
The largest tree In the state of New
Jersey is a white oak. situated three
miles north of Mickelton. Gloucester
county. Its dimensions are: Height, 95
feet; diameter of trunk three feet above.
the ground. 7 feet 10 inches; spread
of branches, US feet. This tree" ante-
dates the setthiluent of the colony.

When people past 20 look peiusive,
they are told that they look "sour."
The average man does not want you
to give him advice. He wants to give
you advice.
We have noticed in telling a trouble
to AL friend that he shows a terrible
longing to ring off before we are
Less objection should be made to a
man marrying a young woman for a
second wife. When he gets old, he has
a nurse who gets nothing but a lot of
old furniture for her services, and his
children are spared the care of him.
Where did the notion originate that
women are better looking than men?
In the case of all other animals the
male is the better looking. Why was
an exception made in the case of man?
Was such an exception made? Is it
not a fact that man Is better, looking,
than woman and that there is just a
popular saying to the contrary ?-Atch-
ison Globe.
"I have been suffe ring from Dyspep-
sia for the past twenty years and have
been unable after t lying all preparations
and physicians to ge t any relief. After
,aking one bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure I found re lief ard am now in bet-
ter health than I have been for twenty
years. I can not praise Kodol Dyspep-
sia Cure too hiph ly," thus writes Mrs.
C. W. R oierts, North Creek, Ark. All
de alers.
Her Limit.
"Is your wife a good cook?" asked
somebody of the young man who had
recently married a Vassar graduate.
O'Well," replied the proud young hus-
band thoughtfully, "she can boil water
without burning it."-Somervile Jour-
The Billing Last..
When it comes to love affairs,
After the round of successful wooing,
Aside from ordinary cares,
The billing lasts much longer than the cooing.
-Dallas News.

Boston Society "Man."
Elderly Lady-Was that your sister I
saw you with yesterday, Johnny?
John], (aged 6)-Do I look like a fel-
low wvh'd waste his time on sisters?-
Boston Transcript.
Rejeeted Addresses.
H Bow- frequently in this sad land
Some grief our joy displaces!
I culd not win my lady's hand,
Because it .ld four aces!
-Atlanta Constitution.
Presto, Change!
Jobbs-Yes, 13 is an unlucky number.
I sat down to dinner with 12 others,
and what do you think happened?
Knobbs--I really can't imagine.
Jobbs-The dinner disappeared.-Los
Angeles Herald.
Passing It On.
The grumbler grumbles till he steeps his friends
in dismal plight,
And then he goeth on his way, his spirits toned

oJiad PIse
ThoerisK poison so highly contagious
Wso d eepi S destructive Do'th
too sure you cured because all et
signs of the have disppeed a -d
the doctor yon are well. Manyper-
sons have n dosed with Mercury and
Potash for months or years, and
nounced cr- to realize when too
that the was only covered up
driven from the
A" o surface to break
outagain,an "o their sorrow and mortii-
cation find nearest and dearest to
them have b n infected by this loth-
some disease for no other poison is so
surely tran from parent to child
as this. Ofte \bad caseof Rheumnatis,
Catarrh, Scr= la or severe skin disease,
an old sore or. lcer developing in middle
Jife, can be t06ced to blood poison con-
tracted :I o-- -f P .L
in early
life, for it rem s smoldering in the sys-
tem forever, properly treated and
driven out in ie beginning. S. is
the only antidoe for this peculiar virus
the only remedy known- that can over-
come it and dri it out of the blood, and
it does this so t roughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to embarrass or mmiliate you afterwards.
S^ ^ cures Contagious Blood
Poison in any and all
stages; contains no
mineral to break down
S your.onstitution; it is
purely vegetable and the only blood puri-
fier known that cleanses the blood and
at the same tinte builds up the general
Our little book on contagious blood
poison is the most complete and instruc-
tive ever issued it not only tells all
about this disease. but also how to cnre
yourself at 1ome. It is free and should
e in the hands of everyone seeking a
cure. Send for .it.


The novel "IKing Washington" has
been dramatized and produced in -New
Rudolph Aronson has gone to Europe
to recuperate from the effects of his re-
cent illness.
May Irwin announced in Chicago re-
cently her intention to build a sky-
scraping apartment house in the Windy
City. i
The Washington Post predicts a play
famine for next season and says that
many of the old successes will have toi
be revived.
Marie Burroughs Is likely to retire'
from the stage, as her engagement to a
well known NewYorker has just been
announced. {
Free accident Insurance tickets are
now being given along with the pro-
grammes in manu London, Berlin and
Paris theaters.
Julia Marlowe |s to spend the sum-
mer abroad maki, a study, it is said,
of the methods it vogue in the prfncl-
pal theaters ofEu ope.
A Paris charity buys tickets to then-%
ters at rates benevolently reduced by
the managers an gives them to work-'
ing girls carefully chosen for their pov-
erty and good cha icter.
It is said that I einrich Conrted. the
manager of the le inng German theater
of New York, will receive the degree of
master of arts fro Columbia universi-
ty in June as a re ignition of his serv-
lspe to the drnma i


Princess Louise is at the head
league of rainy daisies in Bavaria.
Germany's crown prince is
to emulate his father's many sie3
He has now taken up the study of
The sultan of Turkey is e
fond of his children, for whom be hut
tiny theater wherein they play ha s
parts for his majesty's delectation. f
The empress of Japan, who has beh
married 30 years and has five childz
still spends a daily hour in her gyn
slum. She is a skillful horsenvo~n
King Edward VII of England is
spend August In Homburg. a resW
that is growing in popularity anm
Americans. The Duke of Cambrid
will be in Homburg at the same tiWn
Queen Alexandra was not included I
the first census of her husband's
She was in Denmark. This wasts
first census for at any rate 60 year A
which the queen of England hasb
figured. Queen Victoria was not 0o0
out of the kingdom in census week.

To fountain and Sea Shore Resowt
Before completing arrangements f.,
your summer trips or deciding upa
places at which to spend the suma
you should call on Ticte: Agents '
Passenger Representatives of the Set-
board Air Line Railway. They a
specially prepared to furnish infom,
tion as to lowest rates, quickest c
ales and moat attractive routes to e
Mountain Resorts in Wetern No*
Carolina and Southwest Virginia. at
to the Seashore Resorts of Ocean Viey
Virginia Beach. Old Point Comfort,
great Eastern Resorts along the JaeT
Coast and other popular places reach
via the Seaboard Air Line Rail.
This Company is offering lower ne
than ever with perfect train service an
fast through schedules. It will intent
and benefit you to call on Seaboard Ak'
Line Railway Agents.

Made Under Section 35, Chapter 4115,lIm
of Florida,(1893.)
Showing the amount of taxes charred to lk
Tax Collector of Leon county, Florida, to k
collected for the current year I!x, aml tie
apportionment of the same to the uevw
funds for which -uch taxes have been
including poll tax with county school fuV.
Total tax for vear 1ISOM, including,
Poll tax (1:10"2)........... $ 24,982 a
Am't collected and paid to Febru-
ary 12, 1901..... ................
$ *24,(07

General revenue S
Am't collected and
paid to Feb. 12,
110 1 ..............
Fines, forfeitures..
Am't collected and
laid to Feb,, 12,
tlon.. .....
Bridges. culverts.ete
Am't collectfld and
laid to Feb. 12.
1901..... ........
County Schools.....
Including polls .

Am't collected and
paid to Feb, 12.

* Attest:
"-lerk- of Cirmcit Cnourt

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T. 5. E. Railroad
Will run a passenger trin on Tuesdays, TNl-
* dayf and Satunllvy of each week.
m Schedule effective Dec. I, 100.
Read down. Read.

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ILb to te U,1U. I iAmir cru I
Sada Yacco and tto Kawakami, the) I
Japanese actors vho excited some in- Tickets will be for sale at Dr. Lewis' Dru
terest a year ago .in New York and a store. Thomas City. and' at the trail twety
great deal later irl London and Paris, minutes before i or express,
For information as to frciglit or express, aw
have returned to Japan with more than to Dr. Lewis, agent, or Capt. Thonits, t nou ~
$200,000 as the result of their world's orat meet train. at Bell Air rosin,
tour. They will d ote this to the eree- returning leave Tallhasce in timur to meet
tion of a national theater in Tokyo. for Thomas City. B Err,, enera
----- -. L-. B $E T1, 'eleahls aaere .

S MtQtit. RtnQual-S.
For 20 TeYars hs L aLd W

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of Pure Juice from Natural Roots

Pe ope DEGUISTES lver, Stomach and Bowds,
People Cleanses System, Purifies the BMoi

Suffer CURES Malari Biliousness, Constipatin,

from a u Weak Sto al Impaired DigeStiOL

Diseased Er y ette to e SatesfacioUn.
Ta nza.Gran ^x y -r.3.
Liver, ts.

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Potato is ie ~ :eitalde to serve ith
Ash. also culriiiibt;- w tlery or lettuce.
Put wafers or :any thin soda crack
ers in tIh ov',~ o i rown. sprinkle with
grated cheese anl serve with said.
Fruit desserts are espet-ally desira-
ble at this se:nson Sliced oinuges, not
In the wide but ii thei broken slices,
are very tempiling when tlavored with
maraschino and decorated with mara-
Wehino cherries.
A delicate way of serving turnip is
-t cut the vegetable while raw with a
vegetable scoop and then boil Wde
Settle balls until tender. With care
vb1hape can be preserved. When
oe serve with a hot sauce of melted
butter, paprika and chopped parsley.

Confederate Dead at Arlington.
WASHINGTON. May 15.-Quartermas-
t6r General Ludington has entered into
a contract with R. W. Darby of this city
for the removal of the remains of the
confederate dead in the soldiers' home
plat in Arlington cemetery to another
section of -the last named cemetery
which has been set aside by the secre-
tary of war for their reinterment.
Southern Railway Agents.
CHARLESTON, May 15.-The Southern
Railway Agents' association is in con-
vention here today. About 60 delegates
are, present from all parts of the South-
ern system. They were welcomed by
Mayor Smythe and representatives of
the commercial bodies this morning.
Topics of interest and importance to
traffic are being discussed.

Delinquent Tax List.
(Oontinued from Fourth Page.)
Jomephus Hooper ............N half of ne quarter and Lots No 3.
37 91-10U acres and Lot No 4, 58
5.5-100in ......-....... ..... .. 33 Is l1w 176.46
All lying s of Forbes purchase line
SGry, gent for ...... ........................... 35 Is 1w 370 6 09
Ths Gray, agent for Shelly *
Gray......................... Half of se quarterlof nw qr and
half ofne qnarter ofsw qrof 9 Is 2w 40
half of sw qr of ne qt andn
half of nw qaurter of se quarter of 9 Is 2w 40 200
Unknown... .................Allof ........... ........... 26 Is 2w 640 5 66
R SPBaci .......... ......Se quarter, e haf of sw qr-
sw quarter of mw quarter and
s half of nw quarter of sw qr 32 Ie 2w 300 3 50
i CH Coe.................N half, sw qr. nwnluarter of meqr
and n half f sw #r of se qr....... 14 Is 3w 540 5 15
V M.....................W half of sw quarter of...........9.. 2s 1w 80 110
M D'w; also FM Oliver..8 half of ....... ................. 1 2s 2w 320 305
Olimons................. Nw quarterof....................... 8 2s 2w 160 181
JI eee and RW AshmoreN half of n quarter. nw quarter.
anddn halfofsw quarterof ....... 3 2s 2w 320 335
J Pearce and R W AshmareNe quarter of ncqtbtrter oi....... 12 2s 2w 40 78
............. .......halfo .................................13 2 2w 3-20 305
amown.S................... 8 half of ..........I......... ....... 7 2s 4w 320
Sw quar.erof......... 8 2s 4w 160 466
-JBPWalker ......... half ..................... 2 2s 5w 320
All of the w half and e of the --
Ocklockonee rive of ........... 2 2s 5w 20
All except e half of e quarter of se
A P aent for Henry quarter of.. ..... .... 11 2s 5w 300 8 83
A Pearce aent for Henry
Oe estate.................. TC t 306. 0 P I ...... ........ .......... ... 4 02
A Andrews.............TC Liots 163 and 136, N A....................... .........o1023
Oli-.............. .....T C In t 219, N ................ ....... ............ 3 72
........ .........Part of TC Lot A ***
scribea t )- wit Commencing at the
corner of said lot and rua n 174
feet. thence west 91,5-10 feet
thence south 17 feet. thence e
915-10 feet to th- place of begin-
ning............................... ...... .........4 61
lenrietta WUlLm.m............Lot Hof TO Lot5 .5 N w A. a; per .
plat recorded in ed book H H,
page 591......... 268
lenHenshaw...............Sub-divisio No 5, ,7and .................2 68
heerae for Mary 5,NW ................................. ......... 4 02
V Chester................... 55 feet offthe e en of T C Lot8N
S....... ................ .......... ...........................1 57
...- .... .................W naif of e half of rCLot 21 N Y2
... ..o ......... ........................................... 01
ot8,%Co.............T Cot8, 8 o .... .. ...........................2 9
T Chester agent for Mary
VCheter.......... ....Ehalf of TC Lot Co .................. 402
WE .... : ............ ..........PartofTC Lot 501 2C Y.begin- ........
nine at the ne mer of said lot
and run south 74 feet, thence w
170 feet, thence n 75 feet and
thence e 170 feeftto the place of
beginning ..............r...................... ............... 6 10
1 Megmniss admr Mrs Ellen ^ ^ .... ........l
Wilsestate ............TC Iots52, 53. & 4 and 55 S
AM nissadmrMrsEllen ............. ....................................17 05
wIllans estate .............25 feet of the e side of T C Lot 70
and71. S 0 V ... ............................ .............1 87
W. A. DBMILLY, Tax Collector.

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Wa shing Powder
&hat brightens your liver and cot gl&e wil clean the
Kitchen Crockery. Gold Duot is a dirt destroyer
nothing more. It never harms the article it comes in
contact with. It simply makes it clean. For greatest
economy buy the large p acl&oge.
The N. K. Fairbank Company.
Chicago, St. Louis, New lok Bostm.

California state Is 850 miles long and
contains 158,300 square miles.
Florida will contp ue for four years
at least to lease ts convicts to the
highest bidders.
Over 35,000 persons in Illinois belong
to associations Interested in preserving
and fostering the birds of the state.
A tax has been levied in Tennessee
on Pullman and other cars operated in
that state and owned by nonresidents.
We offer One Hundred Dolars Re-*
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. C"IENEY & 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 & 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, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best

Sports the MIee

W. Bourke Cod&n has given $250 to
the fund for endowing a chair at
Washington and Lee university in
memory of the late William LI Wilson.
The teachers of Oklahoma have given,
to Governor Barnes a pair of driving
horses in recognition of his work for
the schools and colleges of the terri-
United States Senator Bacon of Geor-
gia has given $500 toward an endow-
ment fund of $100,000 for the Georgia
State university. He is an alumnus
and a trustee of the .university.
President James K. Patterson of
Kentucky State college, Letington,
Ky., has announced that he will give
$50,000 for a college library in memory
of his son, who died a short time ago.
By the will of the late James J. Mc-
Comb of Dobbs Ferry. N. Y., $1.500 is
to-be paid annually for five years to the
Southwestern Presbyterian university.
Clarksville, Tenn. If at the end of that
period the university has been "estab-
lished on a firm foundation," it is to re-
ceive the further sum of $30,000 for the
support of professorships.

Professor Starr of the University of
Chicago is added to the no kiss of wo-
man coterie. He is the same savant
who prophesied that the American peo-
ple would in time become a race of In-
juns. Does he lead the way?-St Louis
Professor Crook, the nonkisser, says
that "the scientific temperament is in-
imical to the love germ." Science is
knowledge based on investigation. How
can a professed scientist pass upon the
"love germ" If he has made no experi-
ments? Goethe was rather more of a
scientist than Crook is-and what a
lover!-New York World.
The University of Chicago and the
Northwestern university each has a
professor who claims that he never
drank intoxicating liquors, used tobac-
co, swore or kissed a woman. How
perfectly lovely! And did either of
them ever run away and go swimming
or eat green apples or throw stones at
the squire's dog or fall out of a cherry
tree?-Chicago Record-Herald.

Germany continues to discuss Amer-
Slcan opinion concerning Chinese indeni-
nities in an injured but apologetic tone.
Germany has been more injured by its
own blunders in dealing with the Chi-
nese Imbroglio than by anything the
Americans can say.-Pittsburg Dis-
The example which Christian nations
have set China is as remarkable as
anything furnished by the century just
ended. The Germans are still at it.
They are everlastingly "punishing"
somebody, and the punishment consists
of killing every one in the village and
then, after looting, setting the village
on fire.-New York Herald.

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A very? fahlonable shade among
English novelties is "dun color." The
new tint is a pinkish tan.
Some of the smartest of the Paris
made tailor gowns are finished with a
Louis XV coat, with. basque rapportee
-L e., with rather long basque added
Very large, overdecorated hats are
undoubtedly in high fashion, but the
pendulum of the toque has swung back
again, and the mammoth headwear pat-
ronized here is no longer in favor
among the leading elegantes of Paris.
The flaring, billowy decorations on
the skirts of elegant summer gowns
are newly arranged below the knee,
and on the latest models from over the
sea appear in the most graceful artistic
and charming guises.
Among the summer dainties are pret-
ty garden party fichus and berthas of
lace and chiffon to be worn with draped
picture hats to match. These zephyr-
like wraps only cover the shoulders and
measure 1% yards (scarf length) in
Trimming cloth and light wool cos-
tumes with stitching and strappings in
straight rows or with bands neatly pip-
ed, corded or finished with a point and
lapped, one over the other, seem des-
tined to remain in vogue for some time
) com e.
Of a great number of the most fash-
,i':m'ile gowns this season the gored
'.,'t. with ian added flounce set on
',.$;:1:. ;:4d1oe in circular form or ar-
u: 1 to i-rve upward very gradually
S:. is :-arried toward the back, is a
'rn favorite model.
The newest French sleeve models
:o:.: the :.'.ost approved forms of the
-.h; v tyles arranged in every sort of
tfnaint an:l fanciful form, and also the
simply coat shapes with a picturesque
fiish at the top and about the'wrists,
the wrinkled mousquetaire forms and
the graceful bell styles with dainty un-
dersleeves of gathered mull, batiste,
net or chiffon.-New York Post.


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Fasst Feight ;andg Luxurious P anger Route: to New York, Boston and the Ba.
Short Rail ide to Savannah.
THENCE via palatial express steamships sailing fromISavannah. our
ships each week to Ne York, making close connection with
New York- ton ships, or Sound liners.
All ticket agent and hotels are sup ied with monthly sailing schedules. Write or er
information sailing schedules, stateroom reervatlon c sa
W. H. PLESANTS. T-affic Manager. ew Pier3.5 North River, New York.
WALTER IJAWKINS. Gen. Agt. Trafi L'ept 221 West Bay street. Jacksonville, Fla.
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iaboaii Air tine



From all Florida Points.

Tickets on sale daily.

Rates from Tallahassee

$42.30 and $46.15.

Corresponding rates from other points. Double daily
service, including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington
Quick schedules, latest Pullman equipment. For further"
information write

R. E. L. Bunch,
Gen'l. Pass. Agent,
Portsemouth, Va.

A. 0. MacDonell,
Asst Gen'l. Pass. Agt.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia R. R

Read Down.


A lazy liver may be only a tired liver,
or a starved liver. A stick is all right
for the back of a lazy man. But it
would l e a savage as well as a stupid
thing to beat a weary man or a starving
mtan because he lagged in his work. So
ina treating the lagging liver it is a great
:nostake to lash it with drastic drugs. In
ninety-nine cases out of a hundred a
torpid or sluggish liver is but a symptom
of an ill-nourished body. whose organs
are weary with overwork. Let your
liver alone. Start with the stomach
and its allied organs of digestion and
nutrition. Put them in proper working
order, and see how quickly your liver
will become active and energetic. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has
made many marvelous cures of "liver
trouble" by its wonderful: control of the
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
restores the normal activity of the atom -
act, increases the secretions of the blood
making glands, cleanses the system
from poisonous accumulations, and so
relieves the liver of the burdens imposed
upon it by the defection of other organs.

The Jeweled feather is an artistic and
favorite motif in ornaments.
A most striking new belt is a flexible
band woven of bright silver wire with
a large gray silver buckle.
Light green enamel presents itself
very strikingly in connection with rose
gold In lorgnettes, and the lorgnette.
regardless of eyesight, gives the last
touch of all that is chic to a fashiona-
ble costume.
The almond and the walnut perfectly
modeled and life size in silver and in
silver gilt represent other new attrac-
tions in the ever popular pendant. They
open in the middle and may contain a
tiny powder puff. a mirror, pincushion
or the like.-Jewelers' Circular-Weekly.

New York reformers are never so in-
considerate as to leave no material for
subsequent reformers to work on.-
Washington Star.
It appears that most of the derricks
formerly used in the Buffalo fair build-
ings are now being utilized in that city
for the purpose of elevating the prices
of rooms and board.-Sioux City Jour-
Chicago is pluming Itself on being
one of the best places in the country to
study birds. Over 200 varieties have
been seen outside of those in the com-
mon council chamber. -New York

Two hundred bushels of po-
tatoes remove eighty pounds
Sof "actual"Potash from the
soil. Unless this quantity
Lis returned to the soil,
XW 'the following crop will
materially decrease.

Read Up.


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F. Stop on signal for pa.sengera. I
1 iconnections-At Tallahassee with trains & A. L. At Carrab3lle with Apalachicola stearnet a
At Apalachie61a with Chttahoochee Kive teamer.
U. 8. .Mal Steamer Crecent City will letre A&pJaehieola daily at 6:30 a. m. Returning lear
Carrabelle aily, 11O0 a. m. F. W. ARMSTILONG, Gen. Pas. Agt.. Talahassee.' la. .




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Refugee and Valentute Benams. Genuioe .
Bermda Onio seed, oxiGig's su1ces.
sion Cabbage. Matchless and Money- and Field Se
Maker Tomatoes, etc._. etc.

ICplte Stock of Fresh Field and arden Seed Always.

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16. 1901.


VotmUnued from First Page.
.These are, in brief, some of
the seasons why relief should
be extended by the present Leg-
We respectfully submit that
the amount that the State can
obtain per capital for its prison-
era is not the sole, nor yet the-
principal, element to be consid-
ered. The safety and welfare
of the free citizen, the protec-
tion-if the capital and the labor
of the business man and: the
worker, and the saving oft the
helpless convict from barba ity,
are- considerations which should
* first address themselves to those
having power over this matter.
We earnestly protest against
the present system, and as ar-
nestly pray your honorable Ukdy
to so change the laws as to term-
inate these evils. Yours 'res-
(Signed by 600 free-labor op-
erators, miners, merchants and
others directly interested in the
phosphate industry of the


Continued from First Page.
and property of the South Florida
Military and Educational Institute,
and for the enlargement of the 'ar-
racks and laboratory, and to pro ,ide
for heating the buildings when fur-
chased. Leferred to Colnmittel on
Bills Passed.
enate Memorial No. 85: A mbrm-
orial to the Congress of the United
States asking for an appropriation
for removing shoals from the chan-
nel of Suwannee River, up to Athe
town of Ellaville, in Madison
county, Florida. Passed.
By permission, Mr. Broome inlro-
duced S. R. No. 23: Having been
informed by His Excellency, W: S.
Jennings, Governor of Fitorida, that
Hon. P. Houstoun. Adjutant-Gen-
eral of the State, died this mornuig
at 11 o'clock. Therefore bei it
Resolved, That the President of
the Senate appoint a committee to
draft resolutions expressive of the
deep regret felt byv the menlbers of
the Senate at tile death of the Ad-
jutant-General. Passed.
By permission, Mr. Law intro-
duced Senate Resolution No. 24:
Whereas the Senate appreciates th(
great loss sustained by the State in
the death of Adjutant-General Pat-
rick. Houstoun; be it'therefore
Resolved, That the Senate do now
adjourn' until 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning. Adopted.
The House met lurstuant to ad-
journmnent. The Speaker in thli
chair. The following iniiil i'r;
answered to iheir ni ames:'
Mr. Speaker. Messrs. Amos, .\n
derson. Blair. Blantoi, BrIIown,I lI
ford, Burr, Camiipell,. (C'liiiliers
Clarke, Close, ( 'rawfordl, o'rlteit

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Babies and children need |
proper food, rarely ever medi-
dcine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is S
wrong. They need a little |
help to get their digestive |
machinery working properly.

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will generally correct this will put from one-
fourth to half .a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
amazed improvement For
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonfuL according to
age, dissolved in their milk,
if you sodesire, will very

Florida, relating to inheritance from
infants. Referred to Committee oni
Colninittee Substitute for S. B.
No. 8: To give the prosecuting at-
torney of county y courts the right to
process for witnesses, and to eml-
power him to administer oaihs and
to take the recognization of wit-
nesses. Passed.
S. B. No. 190: To validate, ratify.
confirm and approve actions of
County Commissioners in relation to
thle leaving out, grading, construct-
ing and paying and i meeting coI-
tracts in relation to the samel, of
paved, mnacadamized or rock public
highways and roads. Passed.
Mr. Wolfe, of Escambia, submit-
ted the following resolution: Re-
solved that this House do stand ad--
journed until to-morrow morning at
9 o'clock, out of respect to the inem-
orv of the late Patrick Hlotistoun.
Adijuant-(Geneiral of the State, and
1liatt lieh Speaker (10 ai point i coM-
iite' of iirie to- draft suil;a Ie reso-
lutions ;a11iidl report s.lic(' toI Ih
lIlous'... The Spliake'r i)lpointed
l-srs". \VoH'(, of E s-c;ml)i;. W;all of
I'11 11 ;iId .|11m( iilln of .issaII.
Adjollu Irnd.
Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 7. 1879.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-Dear Sir: I can-
not too strongly recommend your
TEETHINA ((Teething Powder) to
mothers as one of the best medicines
they can obtain for the debilitated
and sickly infants. I have used it with
very satisfactory results the past sum-
mer with my child, and while we have
heretofore lost a child or two from
teething under other remedies, our
present child. that has taken TEETH-
INA, is a find, healthy uoy. I am, very

A. P. BROWN, M. D.
(Brother of U. S. Senator and Ex-
Governor Joseph E. Brown.)

Bearithe The Kind You Han Always Bog
Monthly Financial Statement. Board of Pub-
lic Instruction of Leon County, Florida, for
April 111i.
May 7-54:. H W Demilly.......... $ 81 (1Xf
W4, Hl Chair(n.................... N 141l
545,M W Coittii. ....... 1a (It
;U;. C W Wlrev mrd ........... .Al (*
547, M H ltandoi.h............. 50( t)
4A,.I F Montuome y........... ,M lx
54', Ot-t ar Anderson........... .5 n l
.i Ora Waird 2 n.on's........... (
l.,.S E (nardncr..... ......... I
Pt .%2,H PI WIoodbuiya....... .... 75 (N1
5-.'I. emn ra Willianis 2 mo' s.... "7 W
.54, A rne -cQuecn.... ...... 25 (I
V.', VM. Bailey............ (10
i.ADawsen Boatwright....... 25 (0
S:May Miller ........... ..... 3: 00
.8, Ola Pal.e..... ......... .. 2itW
559,J G Riley..... ........... 5C 00
560. JonasFrazier ........... 300
.,61F GJohnson........... .00
.56, Irene Baker............. :a 00
563,M CForbes............ .. 30(0
564. J H Morgan............. 3a (M
565J W TDavis................. 3500
%i6,Fannie bii bhewood 2 iron's A) (60
567.Amanda Padish 3mo's.... 45 00
568.Lilla Hilyard... .......... ] 00
560,EJ Attaway....... ...... 1800
7(,A manda Parish 1 mno...... 15 (A)
571,Enmma Reed ........... 18 00
7M7aryCarrt"...... .......... 1500
573,Ji nitor Leon A.cadmy... 5 00
574,Janitor Coloied Graded
SchooL........- 1.. ..
575.Tali bhaeeWatei Woiks.. -12 00
57eH1 Wi odbeiy supplies to
Chairs SchooL......... 640
i577, Tallabasseean.............. 200
578,SuIt's ialary...:.......... 8300

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Davidson, Davis, Dowd, Duckworth,.
Dowden, Fulton, Godfrey, Griggs,.
Grant, Gunn, Harvell, Hendry,
Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, Jocoby,
Jones, Koonce, Lee, McElroy, Me-
Giffin, McRae of Pasco, McRae of
Putnam, Osteen, Palmer, Parrish of
Holmes, Parrish of Manatee, Pin-
holster, Porter, Raney,O Raulerson,
Redding, Rivers of Alachua, Rivers
of Columbia, Russell, ledge, Smiht,
Sparkman, Thomas, Umstead, Wall,
Whaley, Williamson, Wilson, Wolfe,
oung and Zewadski-60
Introduction of Bills:
By Mr. Chambers: H: B. No.
359: For the relief of Tulis E.
Briggs, for services as stenographer
in Circuit Court, Marion county.Re-
ferred to Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. McRae: H. B. No. 360:
Relating to the election of United
States Senators by direct vote of the
people. Referred to Committtee on
Privileges and Elections.
By Mr. Umstead: H. B. No. 361:
To amend Section 2438 of the Re-
vised Statutes of Florida, relating to
breaking and entering with intent to
commit a misdemeanor. 'Referred
to Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Anderson: H. B. No. 362:
To better protect shippers. Re-
ferred to Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Chambers: H. B. No. 364:
To amend Sections 875 and 877 of
the Revised Statutes of Florida. rel-
ative to fences. Referred to Com-r
mittee o nAgriculture.
By Mr. Dowden: H. B. No. 3(63:
Making appropriations for the pur-
chase 1by the State Board of Educa-
tion of the grounds, buildings and1
property of the South Florida Mil-
itary and Educational Institute and
for the enlargement of tlhe barracks
and laboratory, and to provide for
heating the buildings when pur-
(-haed. Referred to Commiittee on
Bills passed :
11. B. No. 1S4: To amend Section
1S21 of the Hevisc'd Statutes of

"I have been troubled with indiges-
tion for ten years, have tried many,
things and spent much money to no pur-
rose until-I tried Kodal Dyspepsia Cure.
I have taken two bottles and gotten
more relief from them than all other
medicines take-. I feel more like a boy
than I have fel i twenty years." An-
derson Riggs 4f Sunny Lane, Tc-x.
Thousands have testified as did Mr.
Riggs. All dealers.

Pay Card-Office of Inventor. Deer
Lodge, Tenn., Box 45. Stamp! Betton.
Pimples, Boils and other humors
appear when the blood gets impure.
The best remedy is Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine.
Grain Cradles, AcCormick Mowers,
Reapers and Binders, Rakes and Grain
Cradles and a full stoce of repairs for
the above, at Yaeger's.
G more & Davis Co. are head-
quarters for all kinds of Harvesting

That New .t Balkcom's is
Walnut Cream sid to be the
best in town.
Just received. Carload Reapers,
Binders, Mowers, Rakes, etc. Give us
a call. We cannot be undersold.
Gilmore & Davis Co.
Real Estate.
Desirable City and Suburban Property
for sale. Apply to F. C. Gi(h:.ore. at Gil
more & Davis Co.'s Store. 3 tf

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.
Bearing Down Pains indicate Dis-
placement of Womb. Curable quickly
by using Simmons Squaw Vine Wine
or Tablets.
To the teachers of the Public Schools,
Leon county:
h 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 Scuool Board will be
held on Monday, the 3d of June, at 9
o'clock, a. m.
Supt. of Se.jools and Secy.

Six months after the final publi-
cation hereof, I will present my 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.
May 9, 1901. 11-6m

During the summer season cramps
come upon us unexpectedly; you should
be prepared for an emergency of this
kind, as otherwise you will suffer aiony
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.
Sick Headache #
is the bane of women. What is wanted
is not relief alone, but relief and cure.
Dr Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide will cure
sick headache f.r all time. It makes
the stomach right.

corir te iinits of the city, ci: iltra-in, huiM-
ing lots and trui-k farms all coilmitii-ot and tidc-
sirable. Apply to W. W. .MIcuRIFF.
ing lar.n on Lake .laikt'-uon,oe mile of lake
shore for pasture. Apply to
4,1-tf W. W. MNCGRIFF.
and McCarthy Streets Warehouse and
building lots, at and near !.po)t. .-outhacrn stib-
urbs, and Long Grove Addition. Will bu sold at
a bargain. WV. WV. MCGRIFF.
EVER A i. of the most prominent residences in
U the city-on Calhoun and 'linton .treets-
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. McRGPRFF.
Sone lot to a whole block, from $1,000 to
88,000, upon which are paying inv-estments
now in operation 12 per cent. net. Apply to W.
W. McGrif.
S terest in the Long Grove Lots.
Sept. 14,1898. R.MUNRO.
tiOR SAKE -One 4-yoke lo, team and airt.
Addre-s .. B. IIHARVEY, Ward, Fla.
FOR SALE--Good three- room cottaiee on west
end of JefIer.-'n Street, -aqpiy to W. L
M ooR-. 10-.4t
OR RENT--Farm of .50 aen-s three-quarter
mileQ -outh of Tallalhas-see. Will sell house-
hold furniture, piano, several pigtces old mahlog-
any. farmiug mplenent., family icrse. phaeton,
etc. MRS. Mi. ISRADNEF. For referen-e see
W. A .Deilly. agent. tf
FIVVE RnOM < () TAT-TO RN K I.--NAppl to
Mrs. R. McDougall, South Boulevard Street.
APPLICATION will be made to thl Circuit
Juage on the 2)th l day ofl Miay, IIN) for a
charter for the Merry hell society The object
of which shall be the care of it- sick and the
burial of its dead. EDWARD HORTON.
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Our stock is complete,
and you have the ad-
vantage of our expe-
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J. W. Collins is headquarters for
everything in the line of Fancy land
Staple Groceries. He knows the needs
of the masses of the people and caters
to them for the purpose of building up
and holding trade. He also carries
several other lines in which he maJn-
tains the same reputation. You caji
srve money by calling on him.

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Notice is hereby given tl:hat the lolwing-n
settler has tiled notice final proof in support of his claim. a(d that sa
proof will be made Lefore ( ei k Circuit (Cou0t
Tallaha-,sce, Fla.. on .iune s. I). v.z: Rg
Ann Toliver, of lamonia. I la.. I<. : ;7a,
the Llet 1. Sec. S. Tp. :3 N., It. '2 E *hc an
the following witut-.s to- pr ve her continuoM
r-idenCe |nl aind aulti v-it ior i aid land, i:
t H. T. Felk.el, of Ttll;>las.;-.'. I 1;i. : Frank D.
hart, of ralahiaL'-ee, F;a.: hnlrly rhan.ofjTl.
S iahasee, Fla. : Aing.lii'-Itiil.irt. oi 'fla'tIahaess
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N any one who smoked the same kind
0 of Five Cent cigar any length of
time ? Five Cent cigar smokers are
always dissatisfied-always trying 0
something new-or something differ-
ent, as there always seems to be some- *
O thing wrong about the cigars they have m
n been smoking. Ask your dealer for .

0 Old Virginia Cheroots

They are always good.
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rough and
dressed lum- --
ber, mould .
wings, stair
rails, balusters, -
porch columns, brackets, mantels. grills, ftlan
ments, and turned and scroll work of every des
Lime aid Cement for sale.

All orders will receive prompt attention

We Guaantee Our Work to be First-Class in Every Pa
S. Prices Reasonable.

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air Line,
lot south of county jail.

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