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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: June 13, 1901
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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A ET WEDDING m.THE STATE COLLEGE PANICEA SPRI GS ;;w.b:gp;rpre, -THE WORLD'S SHOW
ptonicDebatike rw Society;"wafterhMr. suMTHer. eir cottage at I"
Meginniss, Mr. E. G. Johnston very tTHE STA ECO ndingwh-being le ft.
gracefully responded to the toasi, -eive thcnl ,londayen lto
"Our Alma Mater." The next ceive them monday when 1 left.
ria's pa r. F. F. Coles, who in TE P ICE OF COTTON.
Florida's State Treasurer a mo t riliant manner toasted New Faculty Elected for the A Short Visit to this P plar there ng to be an advance i All About How Things ar
Takes a Better Half followed b M R the price of otton at an early day: _w .I
led y oTakes a Better Hal.o toe Next Session Florida Resort:s the 'nnah MorningNe. Progressing
in a most. p n 3. m nr. and tlh-n it proceeds -to answer its
in a most pleasing manner. O-wn -tuestioi thusly: 'Mr. Theodore
Thi last toast of the evening, H. Pric-e, oe well-knowncottL
OFF FOR SHORT HONEYMOON "Tho We Love the Best," was re- THE BUILDING COMMITTEE ANY NEW IMPROVE NTS broker of w h SOUTHERN PEOPLE THEE
plied to by t e toastmaster, Mr. F.e thers is, as appears from an inter-
B. Winthrop in a short but well view with hi published in our col-
They Will Soon Return Here and Set chosen speech. This ended the first Is Already Preparing to Commence Mine Host Duval Looks ully unin. It y e tht aMr. Price i And W tThey are Doing
banquet of the Blue Ribbon Dining AfterHis Guests, interested in having it advance, an ing N Ntes.
up Housekeeping. Club, but all of the members look Work on the Dormitories. Ater His uest. g New Notes.
forward with' pleasure to the next --hope of hel ing to bring about a
banquet, in June, 1902. higher price but it nmst be adit-
Yesterday at 1 o'clock, St. John's A MEMBER. The Board of Managers of the Ye editor had the pleasu of tl that the seasons he fr Buffalo, June 8.-Tii orn
.Episcopal Church, this city, was Florida State College, at a meeting spending last Sunday, and a rtion views appeal to be good ones. in the Indian village wao trh. .-C
crowded with friends of the con- CHILDREN'S DAY. held in Tallahassee, the latter part of Monday, at Panacea S ings, "He point out that the outlook of a unique performance n i
tracing parties, to witness the unit- ast Sunday waChildren'Dayof last week, elected the following Middle Florida's great health and for the preset crop isdiscouraging honor of the Vi- i i
ing of two of the Capital City's most at Presbyterian Church, nd faculty: pleasure resort. Arriving a Sop- The reports rm nearly all sections party, now visiting the Pan-Amer-
popular young p -Hn. James the Presbytervi c a charming mu- A.A. Murphree, A. B., L. ., choppy, on the south-bound arra- of the cotto belt indicate a short ican Exposition. There w Indian
B. Whitfield and Miss Margarett during the rvice a charming bys- president. (Peabody Normal Col- belle, Tallahassee & Georgia ssen- crop. The sta d from the first plant- dances, hunts, ambushes. a sin,1
Randolph. No cards had been little one of the church and Sndv lege, Uversity of Nashville.) Ma- ger train Sunday morning we ing was so b that much of the in- battle, war whoops and other r,.
sued, the intention being to have the school. was the m boarded a tram ar, drawn two rea area was abandoned, and formanes, but all this was ru
ceremony very quietly performed p which was tharranged mus- H. Elmer Bierly, A. B. (Prince- fast mules, and were soon being fan- later on dro ht in some sections compared with the unexi..tei ,t
The weatherwasthreateng a program, which was arranged ton; two years graduate study at ed to sleep by the deli tful and untimel rains in others hurt dent of last night when the sturdy
down-pour being liable atoning, ay mo-s Jennie Clark, he organist Harvard, Boston and Clark Univer- breezes in one of the easy sw going the plant. Vice-President, tempted hi
ment, but notwithstanding all this Day; "Dear Savior We Gather cities summer courses, Chicago chairs at the hotel. "The crop f the present season is hosts and the small party who dined
hundreds of people turned out to a e or, Doxol University.) Physical science and The season, delayed by the gis- likely to be naller than it was with him, visited a log cabin in the
witness the happy event. (Wales) Choir Doxology; biology. lature being in session here, i just thought it iould be a couple of woods near the home of his host
Dr. W. H. Carter, the rector of aPearson Myers Ruby MLi Louise Miller, A. B. (Vassar pening up good for the su mer months ago. It will not go muchThe Vice-President, naturally in the
the church, officiated, and the cere- Gladys Bennett eresa College.) History. there, and engagements for oms beyond 10,1.000 bales. The stocks lead, had scarcely put one foot over
money was impressively performed, ys Bennett, Teresa Yaeger. B. Long, A. B. (Vanderbilt thus far exceed anything here fore in Europe are mall, and the amount the threshold when he was seized
after which the newly-wedded dierHymn," "Suffer T he Littleian So Children University.) Latin and political known at the Springs by long ds. on handtwo brawny Indians with f!
MieeotwF.WhDtheinlwltanwilbetdiery;" "Suffer The Little Children n nhs country iot more
couple entered a closed carriage and To Come Unto Me," (Hewitt)- science. Me Host F. W. Duval, is le than will be anted by'the mills at war regalia on, and tomahawks at
were driven immediately to the Solo, Ruth Reynolds-Chorus "If John C. Calhoun, B. S., C. E., M. and always on the lookout f the home, even i there should not be a their belts. The muscular Vic-
SeaboardAir Line depot, where they lo, Ruth Reynolds-se So Carethorus. "Gei A. (Washington and Lee Univers- comfort of his guests. The fi is revival in th demand for cotton President was startled and involun-
took the eaboardast-bound tra, wheat 1.38. bel)Soloists, Flossie Myers, (Gel- ity, Heidelberg, Berlin, Lausanne, excellent; fresh fish and oyste are goods. But r. Price says that an tarily set his shoulders back for L
took they will spend a short honey-it F ie Myerson MPe Strasburg, two years' residence kept on hand in abundance ah the increase in t demand is already struggle. Then from outside came
moon in New York and other east- ReLin Emma Pearson Myers, abroad.) Greek, German and Ro- time. The service is far better han noticeable, an that there are rea- fierce war whoops, followed an in-
ern cities, during which time they Ruth Reynolds. OffertoryOrgan. mance languages. ever before. Mr. Duval knows how sons for thin ng that the demand stant later by the sharp crack of a
will takes, duinthePan-Ameican x- time they yers rd Gd of Israel," (Ros- L.. Buchholz. (Graduate from to control help, and this sur mer in the very ne r future will be much volley of rifle shots. The tvo
position at Buffalo. Early in July ren, (Hosmer) Solo, Jennie the public schools of Germany and guests will know none of the little greater than i is now. chiefs loosened their lold on th.
they will return home and settle sin "Ld God of Israel," (nd fromNormalSchoolPr.Friedland.) inconveniences heretofore e eri- "All these things taken together Vice-President and he turned
down to housekeeping in the elegant Stand Up For Jesus" Postlud, Professor of pedagogy. enced along that line. justify Mr. P ice in expressing the around to see the space outside the
cottage just east of the Capitol, be- Organ This leave one vacancy to be The tram road is now in oper tion opinion that 1ere is going to be a doorway filled. with painted savas,
longing to the groom. v r cCart the an filled, the chair of rhetoric, English all the way, and while a little r ugh very consider le increase in the Jumping up and down, waving t, r-
The groom is Florida's talented preaed a rmon especily to the literature and philosophy, yet, it is far better than riding ver price of cotto He therefore ad- hawks and rifles.
and efficient State Treasurer, and preached a sermon espe listened to with The Board also appointed a build- in a crowded hack. Hands a at vises those wh have cotton to hold Sddenl he realized that a joke
the bride one of Tallahassee's most li attention b themat was listened to with ing committee as follows: Hon. W. work on the track, too, and in afew on to if for a ile. was iing played on him and lIugied
accomplished young ladies. She is rapt attention by them. A. Rawls, chairman; George Lewis, days, perhaps by the time this per "This may good advice. Those heartily. Indians and white (lKople
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. THE CROPS secretary; Col. John A .Henderson goes out, will have it built up a the who have cott must judge for crowded into the cabin, while th<
Randolph. Both have 4 large circle and President A. A. Murphree.This low places and all the jolts t ken themselves w ether it is or not. caitors of the Vice-President, Chief
of admiring friends throughout the The monthly bulletin, issued by committee will at once proceed with out. They are in I ssion of all of the American Horse and Chief 1,d
State whom the Tallaliasseean joins the Florida Agricultural Depart- the building of a dormitory for Te Bay View, which wased information it possible to get rela- 'loud, led him to a spot t r the
in congratulations and best wishes ment, shows the average status of girls and one for boys at the last summer for the accommod ion tive to the a ount of cotton on fireplace, which was an old-fashiion-
for a long life of connubial happi- Florida crops as to stand and" con- Florida State College, with the hope of men only, has just had a ide hand, the con tion of* the growing ed one with roaring, blazing logs.
ness. edition, compared with last year, to of having them completed in timefor verada built all the way around it, cotton and the respect of increased A picturesque scene was presented
be as follows: the fall opening of the college. Plans an--" thig season be as com rtactivity in the tton goods trade. by the Indians and the whites in
BLUE RIBBON FLUB. Stana-Upland cotton, 88; sea have already beeU drawk anda ,t as the old hote "As far as e are able to see their respective full-dress clothes.
The first banquet of fe Bule Rib- island cotton, 86; corn, 90; oats,95; petent architect is now at work on Mr. Deal, who recently mi ed their& is a 'ptos ct of an increase in The Indians; twenty-five in number,
bon Dining Club was h d on Thurs- sugar (ane, 93; rye, 95; rice, 96; the specifications. The contract will from Chicago down to Panacea, as the price, but e do not forget that were decked out in their gaudiest
day evening, June 3, L901, at the sweet potatoes, 90; field peas, 95; soon be let. just launched a beautiful I tle there may be wonderful improve- of prple, yllow, l!ue and red,
residence of Mrs. R. C. Long. The cassava; 100; velvet beans, 102; cab- steamer, which will be used forex- ment in the wing crop in the while their features were lst hil-
table was beautifully decorated and bage, 93; Irish potatoes, 95; toma- THEY DID NOT HELP. cursion parties this summed, an to very near futu Cotton is a crop den by thie deaes coatings wf aintd
covers laid for twelve. toes, .9; cucumbers, 90; beans, 95; The following was handed in last take out hunting parties du ng in which great changes take place that decorated their fees.
Three large silver candelabra were eggplant, 99; peanuts, 88, hay, 95; week, but omitted on account of the the winter season. She is flat- t- in a short timet at any period be- W th Standing Bear as an in-
arranged along the ceOtre of the tobacco, 98; strawberries, 100; paper having already been made up: toned and will be able to go in nd tween planting land harvesting." terpreter. Aineriean Hor.e. who i
table on mirrors and te effectpro- watermelons, 92 cantaloupes, 96. Editor Tallahasseean: The corn- out the channel at any stage of he PIAN( REITAL. O ae of the hi'lo-mats f the Sih.
duced was dazzling. Fom the cen- Condition.-Upland cotton, 87; munication in regard to the Dispen- tides. The machinery will arriv inPIANO RECITAL thus
tre of the three candelara, blue rib- sea island cotton, 85; corn, 88; oats, scary Bill I had not seen until I read a few days and will at once be ut Miss Jessie monson's large and "We have invaded the eanap of th
bons the color of the club, were 95; sugar cane, 96; rye, 92; rice, it in last week's paper. The writer, in, when she will be made ready or very interests class of music pu- great white warrior, and have in-
brought down and fast led in bows 91 ;'sweet potatoes, 90; field peas, though not present at the monthly service. pil s gave a pra recital Friday, the ceremmoniouslv taken him triso,.r.
at the corners of the ta le. 92; cassava, 97; velvet beans, 99; meeting of the Union, when the The greatest inconvenience .x- 7th nmst. There iere piano solos and The Indians have heard of the bram-
The room was also very hand- cabbage, 94; Irish potatoes, 95; to- matter was discussed, expressed the perienced by guests last summer as dts and v l wth pio e of the leader of the fm s
somely decorated, mass of ever- matoes, 93; cucumbers, 88; beans, views of the members as given on caused by the inability of the wi d- accompaniment which made up a Bough Riders, and we admire ihe
reens and flowers beidg arranged 89; eggplant, 94; peanuts, 88; hay, that occasion, and we did not, as re- mill to supply water for the big p1. very enjoyable gram. great white man. So we will let
ground the roomnd toers of 97; tobqeo, 95; strawberes, 100 quested by our State President, take In fact, at one time when there Id Miss Edmond: on is tobecongratu- him off on parole, if he promises t
candles gave light to he merry wateelos, 93; cantaloupes, 90 any steps against the bill. We think been several days' calm, a water f lated at the profiency and improve- cal at our camn to-morrow morni
crowd. I orange trees, 107; limes, 107; grape it a great improvement on the open ine was threatened, with the ho se ment of her scholars, inasmuch as and bring his white warriors with
In fact, when the c ib and its lfrni tre~s, 107;, bananas, 198; pine- saloon, and probably a step to some- crowded. no such thing will h- their progress flects much credit him. We would also ask the whiie.
guests filed into the roon, it was one apples, 3; guavas, 110; peaches, thing better. God grant that our pen this season. A steam boi r upon their teacher. warrior to save the Indiai,.ns lad,
mass of handsome flow rs, bright 97; grapes, 101. sons and daughters may be saved keeps the big pool full all the ti e, Many of the arentsand friends and not let the white settlers ea.
lights and blue ribbons. TALLAHASSEE LYCEUM from the dreadful effects of this and also supplies both hotels w h of the class were present,.and all en- it."
Mr. E. G. Joston, t eenemy to mankind. [Signed.] an abundance of water for all pr- joyed oth the jusic and the cake The Vice-President accepted lhe
of the club presided at he head of e Tallahassee Lyceum, which resident of Tallahassee W. C. T.. poses. and sherbet whi was served at the invitation to visit the cam anmd then
the table, with Miss S rah Lucile fe through last years assured for June 4. Capt Wilson has boats to let, ad close of the rectl promised to see that the land of the
Saxon on his right; Mr. Francis B. ,en at aork rt for ten day M or h will serve guests at any and 1 NEW RISIDENCE. Indians is protected. If you ever
Winthrop, the toastm ter, with e a on oten ys or HAS TAKEN CHARGE. times. Hecan also give them poi Workmen are s just completion i ave trouble about your .land C-o,-
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Aliss Willie E. onhnso er ed t securing eight of the very highest Adjutant-General MacWilliams, ers about nsing, etc. another handson e cottage for Mr. e ai J d
place of honor at the r end of class entertainments. The literary of St. Augustine, appointed after A new feature inaugurated t s Lutterloh on B enough street. Mr.e fi t
the table. people of Tallahassee are to be con- the adjournment of the Legislature season will add much to the plea Lutterloh now o s the entire block .A press agent who faih1d t, ,.
The other members the club gratulated upon its consummation, to succeed General Houstoun, has ure of guests. We refer, of cor ,' on which this lilding is located, this story said to-day that Tleldy
and their partners were follows: taken charge of the office and is now to the clam-bake or oyster roa ne or more oth cottages on it at went in the lion's cge with Bot.to.k,
Mr. A. L. Randolph and iss Hen- SEVERAL NEW COTTAGES. in full control of military affairs in which will be given alternately or once. but a New ork Tribune ,na s.;,
rietta 0. Ames, Mr. B. A Meginniss Dr. H. E. Palmer has faith in Florida. He is an active, enthusi- connection with the other, as tl Others would e well to follow hi" he stuck to the Vice-President .,il
and Miss Blanche Paret, Mr. F. F. Tallahassee real estate. He recently astic military man, and. the affairs guests elect, each Saturday night, t example. He ha built several cot- day and kept particularly d!w t;
Coles and Miss Ollie Wil n and Mr. completed a half dozen cottages on of the office will unquestionably be Rock Landing. The landing is on stages within th last year and him in the visit to the midway, s .
(. L. Winthrop and Mi Bershe A. Pensacola street. They are all for ably looked after under his ad- a short distance from the hot readily finds rent rs for all of them. declares he did not se this.
Meginniss. rent., We understand that he is ministration, reached by a five or ten minute In fact there is a emand for houses Walter Page, Esq., the ave.o-
When all were seated he follow- making arrangements for erecting ride on a tram car-that does n that cannot be su plied. polished editor of the "\\Wrld
ing menu was served: several others. CHANGED ITS NAME. run off the track. Work," formerly of the "Fo"0,'
Bouillon-Prin er. The Board of Managers at their Many improvements have be CAPITAL ITY BANK. and "Atlantic Moniy," h -
Buisson de chevrette en coquilles. begirlis the mother of the woman last meeting decided to change the added since last summer. A sa New furniture ived Monday for ganized a party to walk through :-
Filet de Boeuf au Chn ignons. jpst as "the boy s the father wof the me West Florida m age mill is now located near the pl. the Capital City ank, and is being most romantic parts of the tiva-
Pomme de Terre en ge. functions begin is one to be carefully and it will henceforward be known and several new buildings are going put in by the Gi ore and Davis tains of North Carolina this .-
Asperges, sauce Bl che wchd and onsidered. Irregularities as the Florida State Colle This up this month and next. Work ha Company. It is he latest design, mer. The expedition is to i
Poulets rotis auxe a Poish. or derangement t thi time may e rha a ge. i perhaps, already commenced on M oil-finished oak, nd looks very charge of his brothers, Messrs. Johiu
P ouletse P o s. or de n g m ent at this tim e t F r a t C le C ole e This M

Salade Russe. romptiy .eb antd cuPred by the use of s irps a wise step, for persons Greenhow's cottage. The lum pretty. They have lso ordered (and and Junius Page, of Aberdi.n,
Creme de glace an lle. ler. ier'ets Favoritie Preri mioa. Bu t residing at a distance haveheretofore was being put on the ground Mo received most of )new metal ceil- North Coroina. The party consists
neglected thi critical period may en- had no idea of the scope of its work day. ing for the buul ing. It is of a of Mr. Walter Page's two sows,
Gata au Chocola tail year of future suffering. "Favorite on account of its name. day. ing for the auld ing. It is of 0 Mr. Walter Pagers two sons,
Oranges Glacees. Pecription" acts directly upon the Col. F. W. Duval's and Capt. very ornamental d ign, and will en- Ralph, now at Harvard University,
Amandes. Pecans. Raisins sees. w n ga nt vity rem ves GRADING COMMITTEES. W. Walker's cottages have receive chance the looks o the building ma- and five other Harvard students, and
Cafe Noir. obstructiontohea ndhappinee, a new coat of paint and look as fresh terially. Arthur, a younger son who is going
During the last course over the and delivte womanhood from the crel The Grading Committees have and pretty as a new pin. NEW POR ADDED to a technical school Lawrence-
S. h a o"emale wan ." been hard at work all this week on The real thin-the water-wel NEW P ADDED. vie, New ork, ad three class-


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_enfoot aof the Sue Ridge Moun-i
-+- thenra np for thirty days
R9 _in Asheville, Hot Springs
tulkerfordton Chimney R toc,"w
Blwing Rock, Linville and other
points full of similar interest and
beauty.- Mr. Page expects to get
great benefit f eethis vacation
spent among the splendid mountains
in the isothermal belt of his native
State. The University boys, too, will
enjoy every minute of the jaunt,
and return to their studies with re-
newed vigor.
SThe Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet in Buffalo on
Friday, June 14. Great publicity
has been given tlot error that the
day for the mefingof the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution at
the Pan-American Exposition was
June 17. On this day the Daugh-
ters of the Revolution meet here.
Equal publicity should be given to
the correction of this error, as many
daughters are writing letters to the
Buffalo Regent inquiring as to the
change of date. When the Congress
eC the Daughters of the American
Revolution accepted the invitation
extended to them in Washington
city by Mrs. John Miller Horton,
chairman on the Committee on En-
tertainments and Ceremonies, the
Director General of the Pan-Ameri-
can Exposition decided on June 14,
or Flag Day. This date has never
been changed. Arrangements have
been made to make Hotel Kenil-
worth headquarters for the Daugh-
cers while in Buffalo, and a coin-
Inittee from the Buffalo chapter will
be very glad to attend to any mat-
ters connected with securing rooms
by addressing the Buffalo chapter,
in care of the Kenilworth. The ex-
ercises of the day will be held in
the Tenmple of Music and will con-
sist of an address of welcome by
Mrs. M. X. Thompson, Regent of
the Buffalo Chapter, and an address
by Mrs. Charles Fairbanks, Presi-
dent-General of the National So-
ciety of the D. A. I., on a subject
of "'Patriotism in tie Americas."
Other addresses will follow with pla-
triotic music suitable for the oc-
casillon. A celehirated organist froin
lIostlln will preside at thie largest or
g nli in this country, and Soiii.. tl fille
military andl will also f1uriii-lh
suitable i usiv. The iiiocatioll will
be made iby the Rt. llev. Williamn 1).
Walker, Bishop of Vestern Niew
York.
At llhe close of thle exercises a re-
.relition will Ie given llvby tl Board of
Women Managers ,of tlie 'an-Aimer-
ican Exposition to all the visitors.
There will be grand electrical illu-
Ininations in the evening. Mrs.
Charles W. Fairlbanks will have a
reception given in her honor on
Wednesday, June 12, at the resi-
dence of Mrs. John Miller Horton,
Vico-legent of the Buffalo chapter,
and all the visiting D)aughters ,of
the American Ikvolution will ibe
cordiallyv welcome. .Mrs lorton is
a most charming hostess and a social
leader in Buffalo. She has recently
been elected a member of tle Com-i-
muittee on the "Continental Hall" to
be built in Washington by the
I)aughters.
P. A. O'Connor, of Atlanta,
icorgia ; J. Adams, Montgomery,
Alabanma; Mr. and Mrs. Holenberg,.
of Arkansas. and C. Stone, of Louis-
ville, Kentucky, are registered at
the Niagiara Hlotel.


Mrs. Hollenberg is the 'Colmniis-
sioner from Arkansas, and has won
many friends already by her charm
of manner and tact. Her conmmnis-
sion, signed by Jefferson Davis, that
being the name of the Governor of
Arkansas, provoked a smile from tile
clerks when her credentials were
presented, as many of them did not
know there was a politician of that
name now prominent in the South.
In the Ijouisiana' exhibit in the
Agriculture Building, King Cotton
occupies the most conspicuous place.
Forty varieties of seed and sixty of
lint cotton are shown. The differ-
ent varieties are displayed in min-
iature bales. Several full sized bales
as they are prepared for shipment
are also shown. Cotton seed is
shown in a large numberof jars; cot-
ton seed oil in tall glass bottles. The
seed is aso shown after undergoing
different commercial processes. The
cotton seed cake, which is a product
after the oil is pressed out, is also
exhibited. This cake when ground
makes cotton seed meal, which is


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usei as a feed for cattle-and as a fer-
tilir. Sulphur and rock salt are
sh u in the exhibit, thp former of
99j per cent. purity, and the latter
98 (er cent. Both the rock salts
are fiom the fields of Louisana,
wh ch contain an inexhaustible
ami unt of these productss. An in-
ter sting feature is an illustration
of he products of fat pine. A piece
of lie wood is shown, together with
its products, turpentine, Utar, ta'r. oil,
creosote, pyroligneous acid, wood al-
colhol and charcoal. The charred re-
mains of the wood after. these pro-
ducts have ben extracted is shown
beside the natural wood.
A striking feature of the exhibit
is 4 sweet potato weighing 124
polinds. Thirty-five varieties of
sweet potatoes are seen. Extremely
large pecan nuts in eleven varietie-
are displayed. Along one end of the
exhibit bales of moss are piled, one
Ibalh showing the aoss as taken from
the. tree and others showing the pre-
pareil product. and the finished moss
reladl for use by the upholsterer.
Twenty-two kinds of hay. some of it
lingl the 'famous aalfalfa variety, are
sh\wn in mIodel whales. twelve vari-
.tir- of wheat in jars and live of
'al-. \n exhibit lthal will lie of in-
ter('t to si'mokers is one of. Iperiquie
',;o>i -eo ntil cigars. Iawi 1 tobacco
lll cigars in boxes are shown! inl
r.,,.,lerable quantities.
Missouri's exhibit in tihe Mines"
Building is an iitrletive illustra-
iill olf llhe 1n1111, era! r esoirc- of the,
tl;!te. Zinc and lead eoiinpri.e tihe
Iiqiotl roiniiient features iof the ex--
i A Sure Thing for You.
t tr ii C ion in whilia you cannot
o*! i- sure thiing. Biliou-ne-ss. si.:k-
,eatlaclie. furred tongue, fever, piles
1n1d a t!iousand other ills are causeAl by
.oit'pition and sluggish liver. Casc.a-
reti4 Candy Cathartic. the wonderful
new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are-by all drugKists guaranteed to cure
or w6n *y refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thiug. Try a box to-day: 10c.,2vc.,50c.
Sariple ind booklet free. See our big
ad.
hliit. A full line of the ores just
as lthe* ecaile out oi tile ground is
snl wn. The miinerals are also shown
in liffen'nt stages of preparation for
coi inuercial uses; Pigs of lead ready
for' shipment are piled up on one
si(d of ilie entrance to the exhibit
anMM lead and zinc in other coinmer-
cia forms are shown. Various
cr*wtalizations of South Missouri
nii lerals, including calcite, dolo-
mise, galena (lead) and barite oc-
c:nvy one case, and a rare and ex-
tre nely fine collection of crystaliza-
tio is of zinc occupies another and
attl'actiS much attention. G(ranitct
building blocks said to lbe equal if
not superior to the Scotch granite,
arq shown. Kaolin from which
chiriaware is made is shown with the
waie made from it. A large disc of
tripoli, from which gravity filters
artn made, is an interesting exhibit.
flany samples of lead ores from
Jo lin, Southwest Missouri, are
exl ibited. Another interest, ex-
hil it from the same place consists of
wli te lead, caught from thle fumes
of a lead furnace. This lead is
gr und with oil and made into
pa t. Joplin is the only place ex-
ce t Bristol, England, in which this
pr cess of utilizng the; lead fumes
is in. vogue. In a portico of the
Mi es' Building Missouri has an
ex ibit consisting of a fifteen hun-
d d pound specimen of zinc, and
se ral others weighing in the vicin-
it) of 1,000 pounds. At least six


toi s of ore are included in this por-
to of the exhibit.
,almetto from the Louisiana
sw imps is used. with decorative ef-
fe t upon the walls and palmetto
hats are shown in the cases. Rice
of all varieties and prepared in all
Ao fs of way s shown in glass jars.
A fine collection of wax fruits and
ve tables showing all the products
of the State occupy cases in the
ce itre of the exhibit. A map show-
in r the ortpnt nf n'vstr pnlture is


EXCURSION TO ATLANTA.
The Georgia Southern and Flor-
ida Railway will conduct a special
excursion at-very low rates from Pa-
latka, Fla., and intermediate points
qAMacon and Atlanta, Ga. The
route will be Georgia Southern and
Florida Railway to Macon, Central
of Georgia Railway Macon -to At-
lanta. This excursion will leave
Palatka on June 19, at 8 a. m., pass-
ing Hampton, Sampson City, Lake
City and Jasper at such an hour as
will afford passengers from points
on other railroads in Florida an op-
portunity to go to these junctions
and catch the excursion train for
Macon and Atlanta, arriving Macon
about 5.15 p. m., and Atlanta 8.30
p. m. I
The rates from principal Florida
points will be as follows:
From Palatka to Macon, $4.00.
From Palatka to Atlanta, $5.00.
From Hampton, Sampson City
and Lake Butler to Macon, $3.50.
From Hampton, Sampson City
and Lake Butler to Atlanta, $4.50.
From Lake City, White Springs
and Jasper to Macon, $3.00.
From Lake City, White Springs
and Jasper to Atlanta, $4.00.
Correspondingly low rates will be
put on at intermediate points in
Florida, also from points on the
Georgia Southern and Florida Rail-
way in Georgia as far north as
Kathleen. Special excursion tick-
ets will be sold only for special train
of June 19, limited returning on
any regular train leaving Macon or
Atlanta up to and including fore-
noon June 24, 1901. There will be
plenty of nice coaches supplied with
ice water and sleepers to run
through to Macon and Atlanta with-
out change.
This excursion will be operated
by the Georgia Southern and Flor-
ida Railway Company, and compe-
tent and obliging otlhiials will be on
the train to look after the safety and
(omifort of its passengers. Tliere
will be a refreshnient car on tlie
train to furnish lunches, co.ffe, ice.
cream, cake. lenionade, etc. This
irip) will afford an excellent oppor-
lun ity to visit the various resorts
in ('enlrl d Northe1wri (eor.ria iat
V*.eryV ie l'ite-.
Vor tifull pmirticulars. address ilnv
ot il o1 lihe' Soutlherin (e'orl.ria and
lorida lailuwav Com( anv. or
('C. ). l110DO S,
l tn. PI ;Iss. A l., MaeOl, (ta.

WHERE COLORS COME FROM
Africa Has a Bird Whose Plumage
Will Not "Wash."
"The man who devotes his life to the
study of color in all its remarkable
phases occasionally comes across some
queer facts," recently said the senior!
partner of a well known firm of artists'
color men. "The printing of a newspa-
. per color supplement sets thousands of
unsuspected toilers in motion. The nat-
ural earth of Sienna and Umbria. in It-
aly. produces the raw colors, and the
same material fused the familiar 'burnt
sienna' and 'burnt umber.' 'Turkey red'
comes from thle Indian madder plant.
'Carmine' and the 'lakes' are squeezed
cochineal. 'Sepia' is, of course, taken
from the cuttlefish. 'Gamboge' is the
yellow sap of a Siamese tree. 'Ultra-
marine' is, or should be, made from the
priceless lapis lazuli, while 'prussian
blue,' which was stumbled upon by ac-
cident. is the burnt product of horses'
hoofs and impure potassium carbonate.
'India ink' is made in China. 'blue
black' is the charcoal of the vine stalk
and bisterr' is made from ordinary
wood ashes.
"As you are probably aware, the dis-
tinguishing feature of india ink is Its


refusal to 'run' when subsequently cov-
ered with tiated washes. It Is what the
drapers call a 'fast' color, and for this
reason is '-::elusively employed by en-
gineers. Idraft:mnuu and others.
"Most pir:so, imagine that all nat-
ural colors. such as those of birds'
plumage. are 'fast.' This is erroneous.
The well known African touraco (plan-
tain eater is a case in point. If this
bird is canueht In a shower of rain. the
brilliant ernison found in his plumage
will 'run.' leaving the erstwhile crim-
bon feathers a species of dirty white.
notwithstanding that his green feath-
ers will remain perfectly 'fast.' Inquiry
into this curious 'running' trait reveals
a marvelous provision of nature. A
careful analysis of the crimson feath-
ers shows that the brilliant coloring Is
due to the presence of a large quantity
of copper.'-Flber and Fabric.
A V~.e Old Gem-o eat Cleek.
It Is a fine old cock which stands in
the senate lobby fronting the main en-
trance to the senate chamber. For al-
most a century it has been ticking
away, night and day. and now it is an

$Soo Reward $1oo.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at east one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure known to the medical


Dauy saco mUAK easy
and painless, and that without tak-
ing dangerous drugs into the sys-
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
penetrates through the skin carry-
ing strength and elasticity with it.
It strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
pregnancy.
The mother of a plumb babe in
Panama, Mo., says: "I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
highly."

Get Mother's Friend at the
Drug Store, $I per bottle.

The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
ATLANTA, GA.
Write for our free illustrated book,
Before Baby is Born."


The old clock Is about eight feet higiC
and its frame is solid mahogany. Its
face is about a foot and a half in diam-
eter. and the name of Thomas Voight,
Philadelphia, shows by whom and
where it was made. It used to stand In
the old senate chamber, now the su-
preme court room, where Webster and
Clay and Benton and all the famous
men of the past debated great ques-
tions. If the clock could only talk. it
could tell many tales of dramatic inter-
est.
Upon the mahogany tase is carved a
large shield, with stars to represent the
states. When the clock was built, there
were only 17 states in the Union.-
Washington Post.

A Queen Who Married Hler Brothers.
At IT years of age Cleopatra was
married to her half brother, Ptolemy
Dionysius. who was then 13. This was
because of the will of his. father. whi)
left him the throne on condition of the
marriage with his sister. They reigned
jointly under the guardianship of the
Romans until Cleopatra became dissat-
isfied with her .brother's attempt to
gain sole power. She plotted against
him, and, obtaining the aid of Julius
Caesar, she brought about Ptolemy's
death. Thereupon she married another
brother, a boy of 11, whom she later
poisoned, assuming sole power 43 B. C.
With her death (30 B. C.) ended the dy-
nasty of Ptolemy in Egypt.-Woman's
Home Companion.

The Sword.
There is only one sword factory in
the United States, a Massachusetts
concern, and that one has ample capae-
ity for supplying the domestic demand
for swords. The saber lost its eficlency
as a ca-alry weapon as far back as the
wV, of the rebellion, and the increased
range of rifles has made the sword
equally obsolete as an Implement of
actual combat. It is about as danger-
ous now as a bandmaster's baton and
serves much the same purpose.-New
York Tribune.

THE KING OF HANDCUFFS.
How Harry Houdain, Amertean, Sur-
prised the British.
When Harry Houdini. the American
king of handcuffs, arrived in England,
he tried to arrange for an exhibit of
his skill at Scotland Yard, but the
authorities refused to allow him an
opportunity of putting on or taking off
official handcuffs, says London M. A.
P. So, accompanied by a skeptical
London manager, he paid an ordinary
call as an American visitor to the
police headquarters. Mr. Houdini,
after making the usual remarks on
everything he saw and heard, casually
asked a question about a pair of hand-
cuffs. The guide took them down and
answered:
"Oh. these are handcuffs Impossible

to remove."
Houdini was greatly interested, and
the incident closed by the American
visitor requesting his guide to lock the
handcuffs on his wrists. TheD he
turned his back and succeeded in get-
ting them off in a couple of minutes.


One of Houdlnl's strangest adven-
tures happened at a big hotel in St.
Paul Minn., where he was very well
known. To his surprise, he found that
a couple of men occupying the rooms
on either side of his own appeared to
be mounting guard over him. At first
be only suspected this, but after a few
days he was perfectly sure that one
or the other of his neighbors shadowed
his every moveinent. One afternoon,
when Houdini was sitting in his own
room, he heard the sound of scnfflin


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THE FEST MADE. .LL STATIONERS SELL THEM.
4 THE ESTERBROOK STEEL PEN CO.
Sad 10 cntdfor 12 assorted pens. 26 John St., New York.


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Full line of Cook Stoves, Ran
ral, both steel and Iron. Afuilt
Pipe Fitting, Injectors, Inspirate
Valves. Ao a full line of Rabt
Hooks and S8eam Packing. A fll
berated Chattanooga Cane Mills, al,


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s and Heaters. A full line of Wage IlaWte
,e of Steam Fittings, consisting of Pr^n
. Whites, Steam Gauges, Oheck and G4IIb
S Iad Lather Belting, Lace L-ather, BAlS
li'me of iar .ess and Hirnes L3atlh-r. Cie-
sies. Call on

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is hard enough as
it is. It is to her that-
we owe our world,
and everything
should be made as
easy as possible for m S
her at the time of .
childbirth. This .\
is just what

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on.Y nween-earing a long darkcSpeO
that was dd on one side. showing
that be wajeavily handcuffed. _
-We're a uple of detective Mr.
Houdini," ted one of the pen.
*"This fello made his escape froi jail
some days ego. We knew tht _ie
wouldn't dare to go to a locksm b to
get his ha cuffs removed. an we
suspected tlt be might come to oml*
Guday Habits. [
The averlye man does himself so
much harm on Sunday that be does
not recover until the following W "enes-
day. In te first place, he foafs
around the ose, instead of lW ac-
tive. as on weekdays. In the next
place, be eas his breakfast later than
usual, and is dinne- earlier. a n the
result Is thtt he is knocked out until
Wednesday.! The best tt'ing to o on
Sunday Is to conform tc your asu; I
habits as much as possible.--At lao
Globe.
A Posevrrom the Usmal S.
Mamma--pon't boil those 4 ned
peas. Bridgjt. The3 only want be
warmed. .
Little T9imy -Mamma, peas 't
talL ran they?
Mammta-Of course not. dear. by '
Little Tojomy-Theq how do you
know what,they want?-Philad phatl
*Press.
Pollte Brie Commuters.
A stranger who had an appoint at
to meet a friend in the Chambers tt
ferry house, which is used by Erie
commuters. was greatly puzzle the
other afternoon by the actions I the
men w ho passed the ticket taker'e win-
dow. NearLy three-fourths of eae ,


took their hats off to the ticket taker nla
the most polite style.
The stranger thought that possibly
the ticket taker's wife was in the box
with him, and he went back to look
again. There was no one in the box
save the ticket taker. who looked good
natured. but not imposing. When his
friend arrived, the stranger said:
"Is that the president ;f lithe Erie
road In that box?"
"Certainly not. Why1 d) you ask suir
a question ?"
"Why. every man who passes |ih:t
takes his hat off. gives l;. m :i ii'rct'liia
salute and walks en."
The friend smiled pityingly at the
stranger's ignorance and said it w;s a
trick of the Erie commuters to earn
their tickets in the crown of their hats
They took their hats off so thai thl
agent might see the ticket.-New York
Sun.
Literary celebrities, as a rule. wen.
not those who attained to any high
degree of personal favor at the hands
of Queen Victoria. but she paid Charles
Dickens a delicate compliment. Dick-
ens, who. by the way. in his youthful
days was devoured by a grand passion
for the youthful queen, was invited
when at the climax of his fame to
dine at Windsor castle. He was after
dinner presented by the queen with a
copy of her book "Tour In the High-
lands." and on the fly leaf wns in.
scribed in her own hand this sentence:
"From the humblest to the most dis-
tinguished author In England." The
queen afterward showed many favors
to Lord Tennyson, but even in making
him a peer of the realm she did not
*-"onw as great a compliment


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',raCB, outh. M. B. H. Mabry. Pat-
f jets': Preachirsw ev ,a th 11
P. Sabah ch.oo 1 A..
NMeetinff Wed7ndav at 7:U P. M.
AY XMOWiT CUUSC B. watt,
cha e. opeaiin at s old MSemi
ry thild suday at 1_m. and 7:30
rayer-mesting every Tbauaay night.
hoW. 2:301 P eI-ee' sunda after-
meeting SindayD It7 &ckk.I
,uawCu Bev. S. L. McCarty,.
-vices will be held r" layt every
1tlIIOA. M.a -d a l P. W. ta e
the public cordial s vt o at-
A. I. P
BiorM eAP. N.WJBunday.
ET UacU.ri 8. M. Provenee
reainrg a 11 a. m. mad 7Tp. m.
suday. s ay Sibool t a0 a. B.
beating 7dnda 7 p. a A cordial
is extended to all.
spanOPA. Cumace. ;Dr. W. H.
Stor. gervcesM: Pvery
sA. :M a P.MK. rim -
*M P.M. Sundt SchooL at i A.N.
me CguDaC. 1eV. J. L.:' ;* 9
HiybMap eandSemopat9A.M
ba IA. Vespe rs ai Ikined*ic-
ek davs.NNe6:4*A.M.
SDi oilTon.Bibles tor !ale at all
cost prices at The Ts-."*AM6aS3
Church !wndsy Scbool t Ak.a- 0.,
J G.lbleydSupPinten t. Preach-
.m. and CP.I.
Meeting Tuesdaylight. iCl eet-
ty night Bm aop. Pastor.
s's* Misxio The Board of Direc-
theibrar Amsclation hold their
Son the third Friday evening of each
a m. at the library.
whoare interested in Clirastan Sd
I be welcomed at the re ideceofMr.
wi, where the services mwin be held
at 10jo& a.m, ednesdays it 7:50 p.m.
1.0.0 F L
Smeetines of Lao 114D6M No.-
every Tuesday ,ven1 .naten in
Sat 8 OL All mer
B. B. WIlopS N. G*

zM .-ltegular meetiwn of Au-
rsday Evenfin a of s.- month,
Boom, at SO olok. adPatri-
gan gl are invited to attend.
W.M. MCkaINTOSH. s.. CP. .
CEAJIOK. Scribe.
NIGHT OF HONQR.
le Lod, No. M. meeOtmoecod
Thlurda eveningsof each month
Hall.
Sc UB. PHILBRICKJ Dictator.
R. reporter.
[:gl TB OF PoTTIAB..
Lodge No. I K. of P., uneet every
Sevenin In Castle-e H Visiting
are cordially invited to attend.
a JULIUS BALL. C. C.
HILL, K. of L. 8. 29
ST. PAUL LODGE]IlO. I
S B.S. of theE.L) i
meeting every Wedtdo Y even-
it o'clock, atilt Lod -roomUP.
e door east of the anne" the Oe
All member of the orders Ing
a cordatai1 vitee to atten
A. STAFFORD, W. C. J.
MASONIC.
convocation of Florida s A.
o.l, will be held on the second and
ondaysof each month at o lock
w. M. lIwoU sB, ty.
held o.Mtah otan. eld Mtond a
B Lat So'clock, P. ..





M. BREVABD
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YSICIAN AND SURGEON,
A8EBT LORIDA.


J. WALKER'
h ATTORNEY-AT-! AW.
O e over Capital City Bank.
WMISUP, FLOBIDA. ".


T. MYEBB.


ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.AHARSE. L- OIRID&.

. LEWIS, DEliTIST.

T.T.AW A1ASi'tA FT.ORID A

t 1894, UmTvers'ty Maryland,
mo9r; Post Graduate 1893,
biskell School CbiaW. -

Preservation of Natural Teeth,
owns, Bridgeworkand Metal
a Specialty. Gas administered.


H. WTT.T A MR,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
1PA1WAS, FLORIDA.
Sall kinds of Houmehold atilesof
me.Tank, Bag, Satchels, Locd.
i 6Gum, Ptls.hooting Out-
also Bicycles and Sew a-
on Jr n Street n Near oe



J. F. HILL,


Gent's Furnishi -g Goods,

N S EMPORIUM
and
CIGXR STORE
M_ onoe Street* opposite St. James
Select stock of Gent's Furniahings.
Full stock of Stationery,


Lst Lines of Readable Books,
SOOL BOOKS, Leading Maga-
ziMes, Periodicals and Daily Pa-
-__ .


a joZOA00som


Daniel O'Connell's Fees.
In the National Libmry of Ireland As
the fee book of Daniel O'Connell. TLic
volume, in its 100 pages or se of paral.
lel columns, laboriously prepared b3
the hand Co the liberator himself.
shows in pounds, shillings and pence
his early struggles. O'Connell was
called to the Irish bar in 1798--the year
of the rebellion-and seven days later
he got his first brief, from a brother-la.
law, who retained him to draft a dec
laration on a promissory note. Thi
only other business he got that year
was also given him by a kinsman-a
cousin-and it was of the same kind.
The fee on each occasion was 1 2s. 9d.
It was in one of his earliest cases that
O'Connell made the retort that attract.
ed attention to him. He was cross ex-
amining an awkward witness, who de-
clared that he had drunk nothing but
his share of a pint of whisky. "On
your oath. now," thundered the young
counsel. "was not ycur share all but
the pewter?"
O'Connell's fee book is an interesting
record of his rapid rise in the profes-
sion. For the first year. as we have-
seen, his income amounted to onl
2 5s. Gd. Next year be earned ove,
50, ain the year after he made ovej
400. According to memoranda mad'
In his own handwriting his income hIt
1803 was 465. and In the following
years, 775, 840, 1.077. 1.713. 2.19.
2,736, 2,951. 3,047 and 3,808 re
spectively.

TALES OF rITiES.

Chicago expended more money for
parks last year than either London or
Parls.
Efforts are being made in Raleigh to
have the city buy and preserve the boy-
hood bome of Andrew Johnson.
San Francisco is now in size the ninth
city in the Union and. according to the
last census, has a population of 342,782
souls.
London is the most expensive port in
the world. Ships which can discharge
In three days at Liverpool or New Yo;k
take 14 in London owing to lack of as,
"ellities.
For Over fIlft. ears.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teeth*in, with perfectsucces. :Itsoothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhea. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Soldby drggis in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents abottle. Be
sre and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth.
ing-Syrup," and take no other kind.


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Timd 2Woman, aaLwIea acus ta.
There is an F street real estate mas
whose pretty home Is in one of the
pleas.ntest streets in the older part o*
town. He Is just an ordinary man
with no particular sympathy for the
fears of nervous women; he has beei.
married 15 years, and his wife is on,
of those wompn who fairly revel in al
sorts of painful Imaginings and frigbh
ful forebodings. She always make,
her will when she starts on a journey
and she never fails to forgive all he.
enemies before she trusts herself bt
id any kind of a horse. There ba:
t. been a night in all the 15 years of
er married life that she hasn't either
smelled smoke or heard burglars. Las.
week. in the middle of one night, tht
husband felt the familiar pinch which
for 15 years has calloused his arm. He
heard the familiar voice say the same
old words:
"Oh, Charles! Do get up! I smell
smoke!"
As usual, for after 15 years of that
sort of thing even an ordinary man
learns not to argue with a woman, he
climbed obediently out of bed and went
to the window. The street below was
full of people, and a fire engine wag
puffing away at the corner.
"Oh, Charles!" called the wife. "It
the house on fire?"
Fifteen years have made Charled
feelings as callous as his arm.
"Yes." said he brutally; "thank good-
ness the house is on fire at last. Now
perha: you'll stop worrying."-Wasb.
Ington Post.


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

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

Gmlphle.
After the fire In a Buffalo residence
had been extinguished by the depart-
ment and the family were preparing
to settle down again for the night a
little girl who had been awakened by
the disturbance and had come down
half dressed was asked by a neighbor
If she had been much frightened.
"1I should say I was," said the young
lady. "When 1 first heard the alarm. I
Just chattered in every limb."-Buffalo
CommerciaL

Six carloads of steel rails have arrived
for the Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Railroad, and track-laying will begin in
earnest this week on the contract of
Saxon & Hanks, beginning at Tallahas-
,see. Switches have already heen put
in connecting the line with the Seaboard
Air Line tracks, for greater conven-
iez ceof delivering the iron. Ten miles
of the line are graded from this city to-
wards Bainbridge. Get your lunch
basket ready for your first ride to Bain-
bridge.


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Hew Gneral Butlep? reed a Ma m
General Butler's gift for springing STALKED BY VULTURES.
out and taking advantage of every WhIe a m. ws Tra. a
technicality was fully illustrated in the the Bird% Pellewed the Ma.
famous case of a respectably connected I met wi- a curious and not al
man In Boston. who. being affected g.ther plrJ r
with a mania for stealing, was Lrought Anglo-t d ';a:, correspondent whor i
to trial on four indictments. General done- a goo + eal of large and s.
Butler was the prisoner's counsel. If gamet s t in India. when
the prisoner was convicted on all four one day stalking a blaek buck.
indictments. he wnuld be liable to tween me and my quarry lay a lar
Imprisonment for .'60 years. As the fat tield of black cotton soil border
court was assembling General Butler by a very low. straggling and thin
agreed with the counsel for the prose- growing hedge of small babul t re
cutionthat three indictments should be My only way to get a shot was to cr"o
quashed on condition that the prisoner this. keeping the bushlest tree thetwe
should plead guilty to the one which me and the buck, who had not mw
charged the theft of the greatest to browse on and was therefore seld
amount. motionless. I proceeded to do the bui
The prisoner, to his amazement was dred yards on the flat of uty stomach
ordered by his counsel to plead guilty. This on loose, hard baked black cotton
"Say guilty, sir." said the general soil was 0n- joke. I pushed my rifle
sternly. The man obeyed, and the ahead; then. niggling past it until t!
other three Indictments were not press- muzzle was ne:rr my knee. I would pai
ed. But when the counsel for the pros- it on in front again. and so on.
ecution moved for sentence General progress was slow, and I was so
Butler pointed out a fatal flaw. mani- sorbed that I railed to observe abs,
fest to every one when attention was ows crossitbg and recrossing my pa4
called to it In ten minutes the aston- and circling round until I had gm
Wished prisoner was a free man. It is some 50 yards. Then the whirring
said that the court laughed at the ruse, wings attracted my ears, and almost
the cleverness of which it was impos- the same moment a vulture landed
Liable not to admire. t*h Pron nni ,, n aoM way I PaaI


ed up. The air was alive with
repulsive looklog birds. Then It 14
ed across me tat I was being
Doubtless these brda were attrte
by my extraordinary method of 9
cedure and mistook me for a w9u-
or dying man U aklg a Gas eet
reach some shady spM. Thft wUs
really possible, asd te espuaf
scored in a & ameN tMrt wlkc
deaths by the wayi de wMre
quent. By lookfl g up I b i
shown myself to te bk, ft he w
now off at full til. I tefre tie
pot shot at the vultue at 0 yards. I
did not allow for the 0lgbtItg solueiei
ly and missed him. The thought of b
ing waited for by a Sock of vultu j
while very much alive and well wl
to say the least, uncanny.-Pall MU
Gazette. :

Mr. James Brown of Putsmouth, V1
over 90 years of age suffered for y4e
with a bad sore on his face. Physicit
could not help him. DeWitt's Wit
Hazel Salve cured him fpernanenti
All dealers.
S A Legend of the Salty sea.
There are hundreds of queer myt
and traditions given to account for ti
fact that the sea is salt. The Aram
say that when the first pair sinned the

tract of land joined to a mainland by1
narrow neck or isthmus. When it 1!
came known to the Holy One that 1
people had sinned, he went to the g-"
den for the purpose of driving them o0
and across the narrow neck of la
into the patch of thorns and bramble
on the other side. Anticipating wh
would be the consequence of their bh
nous crime, they had prepared to lee.
their beautiful garden and had actual
gone so far as to send the children a
goats across into the thicket.
When the Holy One appeared on
scene, the first pair started to run, bi
the woman looked back. For this t4
man cursed her and for such a crin
was almost immediately turned into'
block of salt. Compare with Genesis x
26. The woman. more forgiving th;
her husband, stooped to pick up t
shapeless mass of salt, when im
diately the narrow neck of land beg
to crack and break. As she touch
what had once been her companion si
too. was turned to salt just as the ne
of the land sank and the waters
ed through. From that day,to this. t
Arabs say, all the waters of the oce
have rushed through that narrow cha
nel at least once a year. constant
wearing away the salt of what
once our first parents, yeL the bulk
the two salty objects is not diminish


n the least.

the rvtMae PrAlem In Nexles.e
"You for'igner." says a Mexit
woman quoted by correspondent
the Boston Transeulpt. "are so silj
with servants. You came here and e
claim, 'How awfully the Mexica
treat their servants! and them yor gi
them lirun beds and mattresses stuff
with wool, where with us they ha
to lie down to sleep on their
aats, as is best for them. You thi
It nice to give themribbons for the
hair and neck, and some of you p
the women in corsets and make the
wear caps and aprons! This turns t]
heads of the young women, and th1
think they are real senoras (ladli
and grow Impudent. That-is how yA
spoil our servants, who, when they g
angry with us. talk up loudly and
they will go and live In a forel|
family! Ah, you foreigners are
shortsighted. Soon you will see
there are no m9re good, loyal, old fas.
loned servants You pet a race whli
weeds firmness and discipline, re
kindness, not pampering."
The Way to Win Streagth.
The Romans won their empire by .
tacking their enemies one by one.
sides this, they did not attack a n
enemy until they had conquered
old enemy. They went farther stI
and like the English in conquering II
dia used their late enemies, and thl
Is what we should do in learning atf
practicing games and athletics. It
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' In Circuit Court, Second Judicial Cir.
cuit, Leon Coemty, Florida.
Aaron Levy, William Levy and Harris Levi
doing business under name. of Levy Bros..
Plaintiff, vs. Florida Construction Company, a
corporation organized under Laws of Florida
Defendant As-umpsit--- Damages $M10.00.
rP r E SnEzar of Leon County, Florida, being
-unable to serve the Summons Ad Respon -
dendum herein, teeanse of the absence of the
officers and agents of said corporation from
FStateof Florida for the period of six months be-
fore the issinr of said writ, and also because
such officers and agents are unknown: And
having made return thereof on said writ Itis
therefore ordered that the "Florida Construction
Company" is hereby rmluired to appear and de-
fend the action of a-sumpeit. admages $4 01 in-
stituted in this Court, the (in uit Court, Second
SJudicial Circuit of 1lorida, in and for Leon Coun-
ty. in which Aaron Levy, William Levy, and
Harris Levy, doing bui',ners under the name of
SLevy Bros.. aie plaintiffs and "Flo- ida Construe
tion Company, '" a corporation, is defendant, on
Aiugust th, A, L. l')Ii, Itulc day theieof, in
*aid court, in Tallahas ee. Leon County, Florida,
and that in default thereof. Judgment by defanilt
will be entered rgaint sa'd defendant.
It is also ooiered that this order be published
once aw week for tesjace of two months in the
Weekly TALLAAS- FAN, a ewspapdr publLshed
S in Leon County, Florind.
( Done and ordered, this May 23rd, 1901, A. D.
JOHN W. MALONE,
Judge Circuit Count, Second Judicial-Circuit, Le-
on Coun ty, Florida.
State of Florida. County of Leon:
I, Council A. Br an, *Cler, of the CircnttiCouit
fy that the above and foregoing It a true and cor
Srectcopy of the erininal on file in my offaie.
Witnes try hand and official seal, this ah day
ofMay, A. D., 1901.
[SKAL.1 COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Clerk.


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WHY HE CURES.
The reat Speelalat of the Time Gives
Every CMase Ki Permonal Attention.
Mot doctors hae a certe number
Sofbtock remedies which they we i
Uha~way's al is e which seemat all .Uilar.
aIas" ot Dr.Hatuaway's method.
a Everrycasewith himmotcareuy
position of thbediseased con-
dition driernlned. Thus
ministered which a
a yWeria prepaed under


ly no two people a be
treated in the Fame way
eves for same implant
utf^^f ^ ehnDr. Hathaway tea special
*i 1wtKitn theobeotWefthee
word-be treatBepecial dtW.
o Aiemn oaspecialmanner of
of iow-n aym tudied out year ao Vwhileein
Evwry a con eg ando otala eedandlo
Spema y i thesn twenty ear ce-
Trebt. -e. npryears aof tthe aot ezen s ve
rMtoan paetihe enjoyed b ay epecls In
isa=dtothis st5 o f roe l
lve spiteamt f hundreds of reque a
Two~m s a for the "dl.ere of
Dr.thewa todoltrestmen tebelieves
it wrtoalowi oe beieM himuef theoknowledge
chief which may be done by the alUfMulsme of any
lse sa t neveruminde ew perfect
0e11MI re uSDr. H atawa re t for
Emmes, blood daissesin I whatever sta"e
Nre all frA M a r of lem sores,
a ec,and not only re orea the skin
i namO T- natural condition. buto pWrifie
te boo thae dieamis permnen a n d cm-
pleely driven rm e sm andall t without
adminMairtc polsonous or dangerous drus.
His treatment of Vanmeoc
ri and Stricture Ia n method exclu
hi sown ad InN0per cnt
96u left%. g casess resift in a perfecI
ad permanent eare. No operation is required and
no pain or inconvmkche are ez4iwLw cd by the
patient. The expenee of this tresatent Inmum les
antatof a operation, or hoptal or inttute
treatment, both afe and eare. reitoting tK
organe to a condition of perfect, normalhealth.
Dr.hawaytabuuetreda new
Wteietlee Oban or a
Mi es.t Kidne4y trouble an(
U"o thin blank he will gsdly send free U
everyone who sends hm name and addre.
The demand for Dr.HaadwayO new
NOWeON&book "Maanm% Vigor, Health" lan
S or a Matted t a cpy of
d&_b_ kwibe settree to anyone who sends hb
telk .manie and addraer to Dr. Hathaway.
eitaln ~Dr. Hathaway makes no charwm
FREE 1for 11tlonandadviceatetibei
FUL" his office or by mawL
SNEWTOM HATHAWAY M. D.
Dr-.Hthawy &Co..,
25 BrryaStreet, Savannah, Ga
METIOx THIS PAPKR WHEN WRITING.


eaii Matr's Sle of Real f Removes all Corns, Bunions ond Warts,
t Speelal Master's Sale of Real Estate- withoutpain,speedily andpcmanentdy
ON THE first Monday In July. A. D. 1901, being Ai
S he first day of said n month. I ursnant to a a EAersgi somell A .i
P Decree of Foreclosure a' d Sale. re dered by the KA.< || B 0 PAXO'?
Circuit Court of the Second Judicial Circuit of leroP3 "
Florida. in and for the Countv of Leon, on the
9h day of May, A, D. 1901, in a retain e.use in
Chancery, wherein Robert H. Mickler is Com-
plainant and Bessie L. Smith in her own r;hrt.
and L D. Smith. her husband, in ilght of his
wife.and In hi,;own rieht. ar. defendants, 1 will
offer lor sue, at public outcry. at the door of tUK-
Court House of raid County of Leon. in the city -
SofTallahasee. Leon C< unty, Florida, between -,-v-- -v -- v --v-v
,the horn of eleven o'c'ock, in the foreno n, and DESIGNS 4
Stwo o'clock in the afternoon of said lrst Monday f TE TKS
Sof July. A.D. D1f1, to the highest bidder for cash B C*wMS
below desMrfbed land a iortaged property de- PATE
cribed in the Blil ol Complaint in said cause, and a-e T PATmEau
Sie Deed of Mo rgage thereto attached, the same SNSti ?2i "Inventive Ag6" i
being particularly described as follows to-wit, Al, MBok "lSowoov aPiv n i4
those certain lots or parcels of land situated lying Howte
and beine in the City of Tallahassee, County of r Clargs moderate. Nofeetill tisecured.
Leon, and State of Florida, designated upon the Letters s tly oitden Addre.
Mappoftraidcity,8as LoLs Forty-three (43), and LS. S IERS, MLa Cru .C
Forty-Four (44), South Half of County Quarter, "
addition to sale City, together with all. and being -
ular the tenements he-reditaments and appur- Ever d
tenanres thereunto belonriun," or in anywise ap Everybod Says.So.
pertaining, and the reversion and revers one, re Cascarets Candy Catharc bth mst
mi inder and remainders, rents, issues and profits te mos
tstreol; and al-o ill the Estate. right, title, inter- wonderful medical discovery of the age,
est, dower and right of dower, epanrte estate, pleasant and refreshing to -the tase, act
property, poamessiont claim and demand whatro- gently and positively on kidneys, liver
evi r, as sell In law as in equity, of the party or
the iret part. therein, of, in, and to the same and and bowels, cleansing the entire system,
every part and parcel thereof with the appnr:en- dispel colds, cure headache, fever,'bab-
lances. Purchaser to pay for deeds. itual constipation and biliousness.
JoSEPH A.-Eri'onr*O. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to.
GZOa;at B_ PERKINS. day; 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold -and guaran-
%-olicitor for Complainaut, teed to cure by all druggistm.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at IPH
Gainc-ville, Flat.. June 3, 191l.--Nodie is here- n< l U NC
by given that the following named !etller has filed
notice of his intention to mak. final proof an sn..- r J l T 1
purt of h's clai-, and that said proof will he
r made before Clerk Circuit Court at Tallahassee. IE O d IUa l d lHlul
Fla., on July i, 1901. viz: Elward Gray of Ock-
l, 1ekonee. Fla., lid. 2888w for the N orf NE>4,
Sec. 2. Tp. 1 S., K. 2 W. He iames the following
witne-seK to prove his continuous re-idence upon Dealer in Marble Foreign and
and cultiv tion ofid land, viz: John M. Moore Dometic Orders Filled on Notice.
of Ocklockonee, Fla.: Elijah 1. Johnson. of Ock OMestic.Orders iled O ort Notice.
lockonee, Fia.; tobert Levy, of Tallahassee, Fla.; See his cuts and prices beDore sending
Geo. W. Levy. of Tallaha.-se. Fla. WO outside the State. 44-1y
154t W. (;. ROBINSON. Register.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL W. A. NOaW I N.
REAL ESTATE. We An NOW& No
Notice is hereby given that on the
5th day of July. A. D. 1901. the under- g
signed, as guardian of the estates of
Henry R. Felkel and Herbert A. Fel-
kel, minors, will apply to the County
Judge of Leon County, State of Flor-
ida. at his office in the city of Talla-
hassee, in said county, for authority to
sell at private sale all those certain -
lots or parcels of land lying and being -
in the eny of Tallanassee, County of
Leon, and State of Florida, and more 1
particularly known and described as
follows, to-wit: East one-half of lot 3 m 11 I? go::.
numbered 230 and east one-half of lot
I numbered 231 in the North addition of
said city. This 5th day of June, A. D. TATT.AA IA.
1901. HENRY T. FELKEL, -
Guardian of the estates of Henry R.
I ilnal and Herhbert A.-Felkel. BLACKSMITHING and PAIRING.


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Blinka- -cky uan. t feo

Winks-I don't see how ;on make it
Blinks-Why. he took o a' life i .
surance policy for 1.0oo0 nd died six
days before the company failed.-Ex.
change.
Letting 'Em Doew aaIy.
Roberts-IIave you hea-d auythiLh
about Thompson's affairs s ltne the fail.
ure? When does lie expect to resume'?
Peters-Just as soon as h1'e 'ri-.rt,
become reconciled to the fjt. tit they
won't get a cent.-Ilarlei ifir:.

The ancient Mtlxicu.s .l:d :i year of
18 mnonith of 20 d:l a s ea.I

A Family Medicine thest.
A family medicine chest t.or ten cents
In a pretty little enameledi metal box
you have the means of Peeping the
whole family healthy, frorni aby to good
old grand-pa. Go to your ruggist and
get a blx of Cascarets Canv y Cathartic
for ten cents, and see that you always
have them in the house Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimpl. sleeplees
news. worms and nearly eve y other ail.
ment are cured by some >rm of con-
stipation and in that little )ox you have
a perfect remedy always at liandl. Save
your doctor bills and prevent senoris ill-
nesse by the useot the sweet dainty little
pieces of candy that make Iou well and
keep you well. We rect nnend Casca-
rets to all our readers.

THe Lariest ani los Com11cte

Estalistheit Sotl.

GpERn QS HsACIB & Son















DOORS, SASH, BLINDS

AIl Buillers .plics

IOULDIIG AID BUILDING 1IATERAL,

CHARLESTON, S. C.
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THE WEEKLY TAT TARA88Elital: THURSDAY. JUEE 13, 1901.


THE WEEKLY ALLAHM1SEEA.N
Land of Pltw

216. wbV- Tfla ar at the Onse,
J NM C. TRICE, ld. and Propr.

THE CONVICTS.


The phosphate people-have been
satisfied with regard to the leasing
of the State convicts and the State
will at the same time be better off to
the extent of more than a half mil-
lion dollars during the next four
years. The problem solved itself,
as things generally do when the pub-
lic weal is looked after by competent
officials, bythe turpentine people
coming to the front with an offer in
excess of any bid made by phosphate
operators.
The proceeds will go, after de-
ducting $5,000 for the Reforma-
tory School, at Marianna, and the
salaries of a supervisor and chaplain
of State convicts, to the respective
counties for defraying the expenses
of criminal prosecutions, etc., in
proportion to the number sent to
State's prison from e'-. h county.Cal-
culrting upon the number of con-
victs on 'hand Januarv first, la-i:.
each county will re-ivM next -yea:-
from this source .pploximaiiely 'be
following amoun'i:
Alachua, $4,500; B-ad-lford, -1,-
:350; Brevard, $1,050; Calhoun,
$750; Citrus, $900; Clay, $1;,50;
Columbia, $4,350; Dade, $1,500;
DeSoto, $300; Duval, $24,150; Es-
cambia, $10,350; Franklin, $2,100;
4adsden, $2,250; Hamilton,$1,500;
Hernando, $300; Hillsboro,$10,200;
Holmes, $1,050; Jackson, $3,900:
.Jefferson, $1,650; Lafayette, $9040;
Lake, $1,350; Lee, $300; Leon,
'$6,750; Levy, $900; Madison. $1.-
;50 : Manatee, $75.: Marioi,
-$4,950; Monroe, $1.S<0); Xa.-;au.


$2,700; Orange., $1,950:
$600; Pasco, $1.350; Polk,


0Osceola.


Putnam, $2,700; Santa ,o-0a,
$1,350; St. Johns, $1,8110; Sumite-.
$1,200; Suwannee, $3,600; Taylor
$150; Volusia, $4.500: Wakulla,
$450: Washington, $1,350:'-Walton,.
,-1,200.
(Iovernor Jennings an ii n fact
the entire Board of State Institu
tions, deserve congratulations for
this amicable settlement of a que-
zion which has created so inmuch sn-
tinment throughout the State.

AFTER THE NEWSPAPERS.
According to what is considered
reliable authority, it is learned that
1the Post Oltice Departnmnt llopose-s
to pronmulgate a rule which will ex-
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ulcU ,c i'rom te L iltet -'ita izi-m -
as second-class matter tho-e publica-
tions for which subscrilhers are ob-
tained by the distribution of prcL.-
lunis.
The initiative was taken some
time ago by Edwin C. Madden,
Third Assistant Postmaster General.
.April 13 a circular letter was sent
to 372 publishers, inviting each to
submit his opinion of the justice and
efficacy of the rule which it is pro-
posed .by the Department to adopt.
Of course only those papers were
selected which were known to b
friendly to the Department's view.
hence the replies received were just
what the Department expected itc
receive.
There is really little if any vabid1
reason, with reference to the cost ,e
carrying the mails, for the promul
nationn of such a rule. What the Gov
ernment loses by reason of the ab'-e
Of the pound rate privilege, it gain:
in revenue on the other class of mai
due to correspondence between news
papers and s'ui-sribei- and ih
transmission through the mails o
the premiums.
Besides, the Administration coul
convert the Post Office Departmen
into a money making institution b
cutting down the enormous amoun
'paid to the favored railroad con
~anies. Here is where the leak com


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andrto warm and- sweeten the toinmach. idians.
Lat;r it wag useful in teething troubles. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jennings are
andl its effect has been found to be so An Early Georgia Monster.
ver4 beneficial and so froe from the vtd members of the Baptist In the fore part of August. 1812, a.
ian ers that are consequent upon the church, and their many unostenta- party of hunters found In a mountain-
use f drugs and soothing syrups, that tious deeds of charity are too well ous region now known as Iabun coun-
we ave come to regard it, after use known in Florida to require special ty, Ga., a being nearly eight feet high
wit three children, as one of the neces-
siti when there is a new baby in the mention.-The Sunny South. covered with bluish hair and having a
1Io and until the teething troubles human face adorned with immense
are ver, and we take pleasure in rec- ears resembling those of an ass. The .'
omi, ending it to our friends instead of A BEE HIVE AT PINE BLUFF. creature was st 5 deaf and on that
the horrid stuff that so many p ople use account seemed auolly unconscious of
t to lrp their babies qut A A philanthropic project on a prac- the approach of the men. This mon- Finest Harvesting
(0M.Dly Times-ad WeLLMAYER s- tical scale is about to be put in oper- ster seems, from old accounts, to have K..L.vSig M
ger). action at Pinebluff, X. C. The inst-i- been seen upon several occasions dur- ."
tution is founded upon the right of Ing the next four years. d lm ore
MRS W S JENNINGS In 1816 a number of adventurers
MR.. W. S. JENNINGS. every man to earn his own iiing, f',om Virginia, most of them surveyors SOI A
f hlie present "first lady of Flor- and the necessity that exists ol giv- working up the unexplored portions of T
idal' is one of the State's bril- ing to persons weakened by diseases Georgia and the Carolinas. formed TI t
liait women. Young,handsome, some employment that will enable themselves into a party for the express
'- tainted and gracious, Mrs. William them to earn their livelihood, purpose of capturing the uncanny be- f
talented and gracious, Mrs. \William Ing if possible. They scoured the hills In..
e Sherman Jennings has won the ad- The institution is called the Bee and valleys for several days and at last L UIS &
s migration and esteem of the people Hive and before the summer is very returned unsuccessful to the starting
il of ;the "Land of Flowers" quite as far along it will be filled with work- point. In Effte Ap
much by reason of her own charming ers, who are helping themselves, and The many tales told of this extraordi- .ew *leans
personality and unusual accom- are at least keeping themselves well nary being seem to have created quite No. 4 No. ,
r plishments as on the fact that she is employed. The building wiil be a a stir all along the Atlante coast A 12: n'n 1 :05pm ............-ens
f the devoted wife and trusted coun- factory and a sanitarium at the printed circular issued by a land co- 4:22 pm 2:55 am
pany in 1815 says. "The climate of 8:25pm 7:30am .........ewo
eel lor of the remarkably able young same time. At the head of the en- Georgia is exceedingly mild. the soil Not
|d man who is Governor of the State. terprise is J. T. Patrick, Industrial productive, and the danger of attack uWoo2m 12:N4 L .
nt irs. Jennings is a native of New Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, a from uncouth beasts which are repre- 6:15 am 6:30 pmAr .... ..
Jersey, having been born min that man of such character and such sented as being half beast and half .59am 9:12pm Ar ........
Y State less than thirty years ago; force that a story about him alone man are fairy tales not worthy of con- 7:20am 11:59amAr ..........
ts but in her infancy her family moved would be of interest. The under- *sderat:-. 7.20am 1:30pm Ar ...-.......St.
PENSAC4OLEAND
m- to Florida and made tleir home at 'taking is founded on his love for A Difcult Wife. No. 21 No.3
es Crystal River. Her father is the mankind, and the railroad is giving An Englishman thus describes the 1:55 t 7: am -
San. l Anitin S Mafnn l;' *wb) tai ; m ,r,-ana ql inl ;n rla.ri. n...4.. .. ..wia hta hnm n hia wrlill-* 12-On't 71-6 am .. U"4


ippies civilly under military law. during her course five gold medals ',around. The conditions are favor-
At last he has decided to do so and for proficiency in her studies, "a able to fruit growing, which was at
let t4e Supreme Court overrule him larger number than than has ever first the main industry undertaken 0y r
f whih ca te m y been won by any other student of by the colonists who have been
if.it.will-in which case the money the institution. In June 1889, at forced by dreadf consumption or
collected in duties under his mil- the age of seventeen, Miss Mann other pulmonary troubles into the
itary tariff law will be refunded. graduated from St. Jo{(:ph's and woods. But when the Bee Hive is
Tl~e Spooner law, continues the was on this occasion selected as class started other industries will* take- S
samt authority, will be set aside as valedictorian, in which capacity she the place of this one.
sam authority, will be set aside as acquitted herself with greatest The BeeHive is intended to shel-
not authorizing anything and as credit. ter workers at mechanics of many
sanctioning everything. By this Equally fond of the generous na- sorts. The promoter intends that Health and Pleasure Reso
means it has been figured out that .ture which surrounded her in her every man who has a trade shall be
an e tra session can be avoided lovely South Florida home, of all allowed to work at it as much as
e a session can be avoided. that was beautiful and elevat- he likes, and for that reason has put Under the new management of
Tie President came to this con- ing in art and music and literature, up a big building and has furnished Duval & al take plme ina noti
clusiam, it is announced, after a sol- and acquiring fromi her gifted and it with power. Two large turbines receive guest
emni discussion of the matter with confiding father a keen interest in will generate power, which will be a The new tram road, meets all p
his cabinett officers, and in conse- the trend of important public af- public commodity. Anyone who ger trais, with a comfortable and
uee of an opinion handed down fairs, Miss Mann was from girlhood can get a machine will be allowed to odious nar, new tras conects
ue of p h del "spring bathing, with Malt
fy 1 an opinion handeda*own early equipped for the brilliant so- set it up on the floor of the building, bathing at ock LAndg. Brad v a
by jbhe Attorney-General. There cial career which is offered to the and take the power to run it. The just completed aouid Bay View ,
are people, however-and politically wife of an ambitious, able "and in- structure is of. wood, four stories comfortable bnwoI'ks, swiaging ,
wise: people, too-who believe that fluential public man. Two-years af- high, and will accommodate a great t pmp ig bathingPoOlnmnee o f by
the Illeged solemn conference was ter leaving the St. Augustine semi-, many workers. Not only does the others an crbs fresh from the .
in advance; thatnary Miss Mann was married in builder of the house furnish the Oyster bke or crab boiling on be at
cooed n advance that Tallahassee to Judge William Sher- power by which the invalids may Rock Landing every Satrday t.
President had never the slightest man Jennings, of Brooksville, Fla., run their machines, but undertakes M bart nearing oex ons or
ideaof calling an extra session, and who had been county judge of Her- to find a market for the product. In e and e
that all the late fiddlededee was nando county and who was then re- other words, the sick and ailing who Every ca taken for the p
gon" through with for the sole and garded as the ablest young lawyer come provided they show an anxiety com e f ort of the u s and room
in his section. This marriage has to work, will be able to contribute a Write for and room
exp ss purpose the coun- proved in every respect a most hap- share to their own support, and will DUVAL & HALL,
try to believe that' the President py one, and Governor Jennings not be complete dependent upon Frj
was.ianxious to avoid anything that owes much of his subsequent sue- others. In the Circui Court of Florida, ad
migit give force to the charges of cess at the bar and in field of pol- The factory is to be conducted Judicial Circuit, Leon County, Fil
i realism. itics to the 'keen intelligence and also for those who are willing to R. D. Webb, Complainant. vs. ines bb,
winning tact of his charming wife. learn trades, and every man who Deendant-Bil for Divorce.
Tt having been made to appear by the 4 it
I1 used to be said that when one The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jen- has strength enough to whittle a of the aorney for coaplaan the
of tjie Roman augurs met another nings since their marriage has been stick will be given something to do residenee ofthedefendant, leV Wn i n
he wouldd wink. Certainly, when a in the delightful little city of if he wants to do it. There is to be bama and inthe united States, and that is
.d.lthwi.n no person in the state of Florida. the erv of
nme.n)ber of the McKinley Cabinet Brooksville. Their residence, ,with no compulsion, and only the willing a subpoenauponwhomwould bind the dc nd-
Iee s another he ought to wink- spacious grounds, is perhaps the and the able are to do any labor. t. and that said defendant rf over n the
most attractive in the town, and Some are expected to bring their said defendant, Ines Webb, be and she ish by
Sire quired to appear to the said bill of comn aint
SAMrs. Jennings, as well as her hus- machines with them, but a great Mouday. the 5thday of August. 190', and
STARTING A PAPER. land, takes great pride in keeping. number will be'given machines to nhat th;s order I putlihed once a week to our
sutcessive weeks in the -*Tallahaem'an" ;ws-
Tlie starting of newspapers is an her home in the most excellent and work by the manufacturers. Ma- raper published in the city of 'allahas in
w e i installa t.il count an .l state.
ever-day occurrence, and in a large inviting condition. She is pre-emi- chines will be installed on the floors witness Council A. Bryan, Clerk of said
majpritv of cases they are start~ e nentlv domestic in her tastes and to wait for people to come who canourt, andtheal thereof, this lth d of
in field already fll covered carefully superintends in. person use them. Mr. Patrick has already COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Clhk.
in a ver detail of home management. received offers of mechanical ap-. State of Florida. County of Leon:
'1 i manr -.it!i the editorial bee in A remarkably bright little son, )liances and devices from many i council A. Bryan, olerk of the Circuityurt
IC.:in and for the county aforesaid, do hereby ify
his honnet is a hard prol)osition. It Shernan Bryan Jennings, now manufacturing firns wwho desire to that the above ana foregoing i- a true c y of
-s i i r of tie i te v i( I tie original Order of Publicnation in thle ove
ll ers not if lie never has had any ars olis monarch of the lp) the nterpris,. ,tied ca. and of rei andon file in my
r,,ious exric: he is iamn: Jhnnilgs hou hld. This manly The work will t1 designed as far ain testimony wlia ereof have hereunio m
i. 1 little fellow is a general favorite as possible toward the healthful, and dayofJuue, A. p. ii. in
ful ol asOf inc. and le doesn't "t with all the friends of his popular it is expected that nost of the pro- LSEAL] COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Cl&k.
Sri i i it until h.- finally ulmip' up parents. ducts of the Bee live will be of
';gA-,st lth" ril'. Whliile ltting nothing, interfere wood. The establishment is situ- NOTICE OF APPLICATION *OR
I re, iEl'c-- ecx'riclle, brain, anlid wih lr hr devotion ami constallt at- ated in the 111midst of a )pitch pine FINAL DISCHARGE. i
1,1 to 6 ,'t 0 -1 ra l fl1 n tcntion, to her fauilv and her home. district, and the workers will be Six months after the final p li-
S, ; Mr-..Iienning's takes a very keen and encouraged to handle the pitch pine cation hereof, I will present my fnal
par evcl uiiri,'r t.- :,,,ot fav :.ll inlligent intere-t in political af- because of the healing influence of accounts and vouchers to the Co ty
c iitonsW. .ho man w do, fairs. Thr advanceimnt )of hr lus- its odor and its dust is lik-ly to have ask to be discharged as executri ot
o1101gl:re in tlhis class will ib. far ,*and aloni the several honorabl) upon the lungs of the diseased,. the estate of William Cooper, of n
bte; .r off bv tu i;n-g lii talpt= i, li'es wliicih his ambition take: is The Bee Hive is only one step in County, Florida, deceased. o
: :c.' direever. near and dear to her heart. the system of industries which the MARY COOPER,
1n0i, Ir direct:;' Oxecutr .
lHer modest and unassumin-g man- Seaboard Air Line is developing.Mr. May 9, 1901. 1G6m
XTWl(-ap-r exp.rimncnt- ar co-tly. nor stops her from claiming any Patrick is the conlnereial agent, of : -
anil* tl-, hilhwav is strewn with credit for the telling assistance the Seaboard Air Line Railroad and The Washington Life.
woi ld-l.-s anid -ha-l)eens-C('hipl.y which she has rendered the Gov- by good fortune happened to gain 1i the oldest and best Insurance f m
h1tir. ,-rlI ,, rations. but it is certain that he owes the pine district, part of which he is the best 20-v<.:ir payment policy. if
l .at i tru. rhc Jones, ut to her excellent judgnent using as this industrial colony for ay cents will-secure ordinary "fm o
Ilejr illow. vo can run a paper an, untiring 'ci'orts in hi.s behalf consumptives and ,people disabled and 6 per cent back if you live. andr full
"",cb r than the editor" will never Mrs. Jcnnings has attended three of by other slow or chronic dis- cace value if you die. For partic lars
!.aiji the le--on it teach,.s until they thle last four quadrennial )Demnocrat- eases. He began by giving the fallon J.C. TRa .
hla.' wa-tEd thle l liv I4 ad snif'an'ldered all of tlhir'j- hated the Governors of Florida, and work to do, and hlie hopes in the end
o of course she was present in Jack- to be able to furnsh ali sick person
or i,,,nc otli.r follows calih. TIhen sonvile last June when this su- coming to him an occupation fitted
thl e. will reluctantly lay a-ide the preline hlionor was conlferred upon her to the latter's fingers. A great many"
pr 'and eixclaim: "I could -n.cee'd ldistinguislied husband. During the peopl)le are sent to him every year
if-" That little word. What a campaign which followed Mrs. Jen- from thle invalid aid societies all
lnulitu1h. (f inoliiet-nts it s.erves ninls imlosedl upon herself much over the country. Many under the h/
Stil Ihc hardest and iost fatiguiing, vet st all ,r the country. quite th' ost important work'of well quickly and come away. 'tis -
ili struggle, and the mastt'rly man- arrangement of the Seaboard Air
SFlorence. S. C., Nov. 26. 1900. w'r in whlichl she handled the mass Line enables even the poorest and
1 'as first adlvis"a by our family phy- of correspondence and the routine sickest to seek a healthful climate,
si('nnm Charleston touseTeethina wh wlork of th> campaign can be attest- because they can do a little some-
our ;iaby when shte was but a very
young infant. as a preventive of colic ed by hundreds of prominent Flor- thing toward their own support. -


A. K. HAWKES,
The Famous Atlanta Optician


RECEIVED

Cold Medal,
Hhest Award Diplomi of Honor,


Estaba -i sh ecl


These Famous Glasses for Sale 6by
WICHT BROS.
Eye Sight Tested Free.
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on frame. Never peddled.


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TABLE


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ril 14, 190o.


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aton .......... L
bile ........... L
rleans........... L
RTH.
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oaery........... L
ghamr...... .. L
irule............. L
hmati............ L
aoui ............. L
RI VKR JUNCTION.
acola.... ....... A
emia-.............


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A Lseels. St'ry.
The Rev. Mr- Akott of Elgin! Ille,
one of Abraham Lincoln's Spriegfield
icqualntaflee. tells of seeing hiqi com.
Ing away from church unusually early
,ne Sunday morning. "The sermon
could not have been more thavi half
way through." says Mr. Alcott. "Hit
son, Ta&.L was slung across hs -leti
arm like a pair of saddlebags, and
Lincoln was striding along with long
and deliberate step toward home.
"On one of the street corners he en-
countered q groUp of his fellow towns.
men. Lineln anticipated the question
which was about to be put by the
group, and, taking his figure of speech
trom& practices with which they were
only too famlEar. said. 'Gentlemen, I
entered this tolt, but be kicked around
so I bad to withdraw him.'"


FINE MILLINERY.


KISS ADELE GERARD,


by constant additions to a
Select Stock of ..........

MITT JTNERY,

is prepared to fill late order-
promptly and satisfactorily.


TALLAHASSEE, FLA MAY 23, 1901









TH~ Wm~ TATALA AW:A~ THTJIWtAY, JUNE 13,; 901.


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W. E.I Lea i, Dtr otM.

. P. Raney, Jr., of Tampa, came
0eCapital on last Thursday on legal

s Fay Scott, of Quincy was the
amencement guest of Miss Bemsit


mre blood is full of life and vitality,
carries vigor to the organb of the
D. Dr. M. A. timmons Liver Mdi-
e creates rich, ure blood.
Is.W.D. Barnes and Miss Cotton
ese, matter a pleasant visit with
.ds here, left this week,for their
lans home.


a E. M. Perry, Mrs. C. E. Barbour
iMaster Douglass left last week for
iSa, N. C.
lO Grace Knapp, of Bradfordville.
Swas the guest of Miss Ethel Bowen
jag commencement week, has re-
med to her home.

Ir. M. A. Simnuons Liver Medicine
Sa good appetite, tones and
ggthens the stomach, and builds up
health.
r. E. B. Moon is building a two-
ry, six-room addition to Miss Blake's
arium, on Motnroe street.
gr. George M. Robbins. a prominent
ryer of TitusviUe, is at the capital on
l business.
ger, diseAse and death follow neg-
of the bowels. Use DeWitt's Little
ly iserse to regulate them and you
add years to your life and life to
years. Easy to take, never gripe.
deaklrs.
W. W. Betton left for Greenville,
C., last Saturday, where she wilt
the summer.
SFrank Hough, who has been in
city for several days past collecting
d hands, left yesterday. He suc-
in getting about twenty or
ty-five hands.
and Mrs. W. F. Coates and son,
spent the winter with Mrs. S.
left on Tuetday for Topeka,


Marie Dozier of Jacksonville,
cf the most popular and charming
women who visit the Capital
,isthe guest or Mr. and Mrs. T. H.

What'sYour Face-Worth?
metimes a fortune, but never, if
have a sallow complexion, a jaun-
Sook, moth patches and blotches
-the skin.-all signs of Liver Trouble.
t Dr. Knig's New Life Pills give Clear
Hn. Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion.
2y 5 cents at all druggists.
he CarinaHliet. allahassee & Georgia
road ran an excursion to Carrahelle
SAialachicla yesterday with cheap
d-trip rates.
v. Mr. S. M. Pr#vence accompanied
Daughter, Miss 1puise, to Richlmohd,
last week. During his absence last
yv his pulpit Vas occupied by the
- Trice.
Sssrs. Mather It. and Robert Bryan
ord are attending the Teachers In-
te at Bainbridg. a., this week and
return to the Capital City the latter
of this week*


A few months ago, food which I ate
breakfast would not remain on my
nach for half arq hour. I used ote
Ie of your Kool Dyspepsia Cure-
can now eat mylkreakfast and other
1is with relis and my food ic
roughly digeste. Nothing equal-
lol Dvs]epsia qure for stomnac
ibles." H. S. PEts, Arlington. Tex
ld D.yspepsia Cr re digests what you
All c ealers. .
.and Mrs. Jolh W. Trammell left
week for St. Pet rsburg, Fla., where
will make thei future home. B.
hi acceptance the office of Super-
dent of the Flo ida H(spital for the
at Chatta chec Mr, Trammell
a prominent gure in our State
t and wade inmelf felt in the
Iture of which he was a valuable


a large pa
to St. Marks
boarded the fi
.2. and took an
Gulf. They wei
and during
Panacea, the
famous fishing
and that th
goes without
were Dr. G. H
n, Geo. Lee
-t n, W. A
*. ,Jas. Houston,
cay. They s
4 djighted with U


peptics can no
to live requires
nourishing un
dered stomach
t have ass
t Cure digests
at and from
ta and regain it
wnte are exac
I digestive fi
1ep but do you


tegoraont
gentlemen
was enticing
SWay from lt
on the cbh
to leave
lh.* trial 01
I. A. Whitflel
the jury being
ltrialthe la
to a compre


of gentlemen went
s guests of Mr. R.
e little steamer "R.
extended cruise on
gone four or five
trip visited Shell
Aucilla River. and
grounds. Fish bit
had a delightful
ying. Among the
Gwynn, Messrs. C.
is, Frank Cochran,
Demilly, Carra-
as. Cay and Ray-
returned on Bun-
e trip.


be long lived be-
ourishment. Food
it is digested. A
anot digest food,
wce. Kodol D.s-
all kinds of food
stomach, allowing
natural functions.
the same as the
ds and it simply

at Mr. Hough en-
were some that
Messn. Hanks &
e Georgia Pine R.
claimed that Mr.
their contract
m, and had him
e Monday, as he
the east bound
Tuesday before
resulted in a mis-
unable to agree.
ryers of thepar-
Mr. Hough


The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
Miss Sllie Rooks issiting her cousin
Dr. L. 8. Nichols. of Abbeville, Ala..
Mr. C.. Clough, of Tampa, has c-
cepted a position in Commissioner of
Agriculture McLin's office.


Dr. and Mrs. Louis de M. Blocker, of
Chattaboochee. spent Tuesday afternoon
and Wednesday morning in this city.
Mrs. C. Hohonbake, Harlem, Ga.,
writes: I have wed Dr. ILM. A. Simmon,
Liver Medicine 12 years for Liver,
Stomach and Bowel troubles. Think"
so far superior to Black Draught and
Zelin's I don't want them at any pricem


Mi Birdie Algero is visiting her
cousin, Miss Nettie Sampson, in Thom-
asville, Ga.
Capt. J. C. R. Foster, of the St. Au-
gustine Ries, has accepted a position
in the the office of Adjutant-General
MacWillams.
"The doctors told me my cough was
incurable. One Minute Cough Cure
made me a well man." Norris Silver,
North Stratford, N.H. Becausemm you've
not found relief from a stubborn cough,
do't despair. One Minute Cough Cure
has cured thousands and it willcure
you. Safe and sure. All dealers.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Daier, of
Jacksonville, are guests of Mrs. Dozier's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Randolph.
As soon as Mr. Randolph moves into
his new quarters, his present store will
be also refitted for the use of Mr. W. R
Wileon whose large and increasing bus-
iness requires more room.
The bilious, tired, nervous man can
not successfully compete with hi
healthy rival. DeWitt's Little Earli
Risers, the famous pills for constipation
will remove the cause of your troubles
All dealers.
Marriage Bells will ring for another
lovely June bride the latter part of the
month. This timeonene of our prominent
merchantU will be made happy by on
of our recent ana charming winter visi
tors.


The store formerly occupied by Mr
J. B. W itehead is being refitted fo
the occupancy of Mr. T. H. Randolph
We understand that the firm name wil
ie changed then to T. H. Randolph &
Son. .
Mothers who would keep their chil
dren in good health should watch fo
the first symptoms f wworms and remov
them with White's Caeam Vermifuge
Price. 25 cents. Wight & Bro.

Miss Lucile Provence, who has ha
charge of the musical department of the
l'lorita State College (the We t Florida
seminary ) left last Friday for Rich
mond. Va., where she will take a special
course of vocal training.
A surgical operation is not neces-ar
to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Haze
S#lve saves all that expense and never
Sails. Beware of counterfeits. A
,lealers-


Mr. W. S. Hodge, of Suwanne
county, has a position as one of th
coinmitftpe appointed by Governor Jen
nings to arrange the tax c-rtfticates fo
heir return to the several counties t
which they belong..
Dr. M. A. 1 '.niummns Liver Medicit
nas a national reputation. extending
over about sixty years, as a most bU.
cessful Liver Regulator.

Adjutant-G,-neral Mc Willains ac
.-omfianielI by M'ls. McWi'lams ami
their little datitj.:-r Grerriud>e. wi
cave for their ho't-- iin -t. Aiigustii
Slie latter iarL *t. lf- .[ ve'k. Generm
\rVWillianims ma y tri xd, here am
throughout the .SL:te will h'e glad to l ar
,hat his daughtles ,e. ,tl illiies-s did'i
.)rijve as se.rous as at first it was feared
it would be.


If you ar- wouing away this sumin
pp tihe special excursion rates that a
offered by the Sealard Air Line Ra
way to hie principle resorts in the Ca
olinas, Virginia and the East, includii
Portsmouth. Old Point. Washingto
Baltimore. New York. Prov idence, Bo
ion and Buffalo. Write A. 0. Ma
Donell, A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

During Summer we are liable to Stoi
ach and Bowel troubles, such as Dian
hoea, Colic, Cramps, etc., for which D
I. A. Simmons Liver Medicine is high
recommended.


Mrs. F, R. Lamb. proprietress of t
St. James Hotel. left this week for t
Texas oil fields at Beaumont. Texi
She is the owner of lands in that vicini
and went out to ascertain their value
They may easily prove immpnsely val
able. Land values in and around Bea
moat have had a tremendous boom msi
last February, when the first "gush
well was struck. Several more we
have been bored and have proved th
the oil feld is inexhaustible and exte
sive. Only recently land there has w
for $100,000 per acre.


THE PLANS TO TRAD


EstablIsed as a Drug Store I.183
Refitted and Supplied with New Sto

We have a large assortment of To
and Hair Brushes, Soaps, Face Powde
(Imported and Domestic), Perfumei
etc., just arrived.
A ful line of Syringes, Atomizers a
other rubber goods.
Prescriptions ent for and deliver
Ring up Phone 128.
Our Soda Fountain is up to date.
Our offices are jn rear and up o


i s Chm Hampton, of Live O0k. was
cent guest of Mrs. W. IL. Sheats.
rs. J. 8. Bond. of Jacksonville, is
guest of Mrm. Houston.
r. 8. V. Coxetter, of Jacksonville,
0 was telegraph operator here during
session, left for home on Wednes-

Ia Winifred Dennis, of Lloyd, who
been visiting friends here left for
ne at Lloyds on Wednesday.


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A party consisting of about fifty soci-
y young men and ladies made up a
rightful trip to the Gulf Tuesday after-
on. They chartered a special over the
rrabelle, Tallahassee & Gulf, and
esday afternoon at 1 p. m. ran down
Carrabelle, where a steamer was in
kiting and took the party over to Dog
land. There they had a dip in the surf
moonlight, and a delightful supper
is served out of the baskets brought
the young ladies. After a delightful
i on tue Gulf the party returned to
rrabelle and thence home-arriving a
tIe after 12 o'clock. All pronounced
e trip a complete success and profess
having a most enjoyable time.


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ire malignant blood and skin troubles.
B. B. heals every sore and makes the
ood pure and rich. Over 3000 cures
worst and most obmtinate cases by
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double and trial bottle sent free ity
kiting to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
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irs.A. L.Bond wll open her sum-
r hotel at St. Teresa on July 1.
Dr. V. H. Gwinn, Superintendent of
State Hospital at Chattaboochee,
de a business visit to the Capital lat
et


If you have any thing to bell take it to
Wells. He will buy it. tf.


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A handsome silver loving- cup may be
en at the store of E. W. Clark. Capt.
eorge Edward Lewis of the Governor's
luardi will pre-ent this cup to the beat
rilld soldier in his company. The cup
8 inches in height by 51 inches in di-
meter, and is beautifully engraveJ.
apc. Lewis is determined to have a well
killed company.
White Man Turned Yellow.


Great const-rnatiun was telt by th,-
iends of M. A. Hogarty of Lexington.
y., when they saw he was turning
'flow. His skin slowly changed colkir,
su his eyes. and h- ffeved terribly.
is malady was Yellow Jaundice. He
as treated by the best doctors, but
without benefit. Then he was advised
a try Electric Bitters, the wonderful
oomach and. Liver Remedy, and he
rit's: "After taking two bottles I was
holly cureo" A trial proves its match-
ss merit for all Stomach, Liver and
Lidney troubles. Only 25o. Sold by all

ruggiats.


The last i-sue of the Daily Capital ap-
eared on Saturday. I. B Hilson, edi-
or and proprietor, and Liss E. A. Pot-
er, busines- manager, have departed
or Milton. Mr. Hilson promises to re-
ime publication of the Capital on July
as a sem i-weekly.


G'dmore & Davis Co. are heam
quarters for all kinds of Harvestil
Iac-..nery.


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RECOGNIZED AT WASHINGTON.
The only instance on record when a
ost office has been named after a pat-
ent medicine, was last year, when
n Wetzel county, W .Va., a. new
post office was established and named
.odol, after the famous Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure, manufactured by E. C.
DeWitt & Co., of Chicago. It had
given such satisfactory results that
he name was unanimously selected
)y the people for the new post office
and adopted by the department at
Washington, D. C.


Another large assortment of Solid
Silver goods will arrive to-day, and you
ire invited tw, call and inspect them.
ERASTUS W. CLARK.

YOUR PRESCRIPTION
Carefully and accurately com-
pounded with just what the
doctors write, at
BALKCOM'S DRUG STORK,
(Schrader's Old Stand).


Excursion Rates to Memphis, Tenn.
On account of the Reunion of United
Confederate Veterans the Seaboard Air
Line Railway will sell tickets from sta--
tions on its lines to Memphis and return
at the very low rate of one cent per mile.
T'lr et will be sold May 25th. 26th and


n up-to-date line of
Stationery,
Talcum Powder,


Toilet


Soap, etc., et~.,
-AT-
IALK<,O 's
DRL-4. ?
STORE.
Sclirader's
Old
Stand.


Here it comes, Fine Cut Glass, beauti-
ful Cut Glass, and the prices are right.
ERASTUS W. CLARK
Gilmore & Davis Co. sell the cele-
brated Deering Mowers, Binders,
,takes, etc. The best in the world.


Am Unertain Disease
There is no disease more uncertain in its
nature than dyspepsia. Physicians say that
the symptoms of no two eases agree. It is
therefore most difficult to make a correct
diagnosis. No matter how severe, or under
what disguisedyspepsia attacks you Brownsy
IronBitters will cure it. Invaluable in all
disease of the stomach, blood and nerves.
Vwns' Iron Bitters is sold by &all deaL ,.


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Ladies and Gentlemen, Girls and
Boys.


1 extend you a coral invitation to
The nAcme Ice Cream Parlors. St. James
Hotel Building, one door south First Na-
tion#l Bank. I am prepared to serve
you with Ice Crepm made from real
swe4t cream and pure fruit flavor. As-
sortod Cake. Strawberries with cream,
Ice Cold Milk, Confectionery, Fruits.
Nuts, Figs. Dates.
The Acme is first-class in all its ap-
purtenaces, and will be kept up to a high
standard of excellence, and service equa I
to any Ice Cream Parlor in the South. I
solicit orders from families, which will
receive prompt attention and be deliv-
ered at residences.
Very truly.
EDWIN F. ojUKE.
Proprietor.


If yon want to get cool visit
Wight & Bros. soda fountain.


Three large cases of Solid Silvier goods
received the past 10 days, and' another
assortment opened to-day.
ERASTUS W. CLARK.
To THE DAr.-A rich lady, cured of
her Deafnees and Noises in the:Head by
Dr. Nicbolson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that deaf
people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 1174,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York


The best Ice Cream, coldest Soda
Water to be had at Balkconm's Drug
tore (Schrader's old stand).


Finest Cigars in Tallahamee, at T. B.
Byrd's, try them.

To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10
or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cur,, drug-
gists refund money. .


Can njou up anythiin i the Cake
line on ort notice, at T. B. Byrd's.

Cotton Seed Meal
$1.00 per aMk at Levy Bros.
Buy your 8eeds of the Tallahamee
Drug Co.
educate YVe Bowels With Cacarets.
Candy Cathartic, eure constipation
forever. lc. Se. If C. C. C. fail,
druggistrefund money.

SUSIER LAW SCHOOL,
tveralty h f l -a.
32d Su Mr. July to sept. 1, i901. Es-
Ipecal benlto beginnen; to cnddatn for
vkdawmu .0the bar; and to vitionen who
ave ake syemtic iiMrwto. For ea
I"LEInH 0. MIOR, Secy.,
charatt ville. va.
Wight Bros. deliver ice cream in
blocks toany part of the city:
Cake O aaaents of most beautiful de-
signs at I B. Byrd's.


Stocks, Cotton, Wheat.
Anybodydehring to invet or r eculae can
get our ideto Inveti and apeca:or"
ms well as or Daily Market Letter free oft
charge Upout-pIektei to
George Rkaller & Co,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Members of New York Cons. Stock Exchange.
No. 7e wall street,New York.
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
S To the Deaf.


SPRING


SummerWear


Their most complete line in Men's
Shoes, all grades; also Women's,
Mises. and Children's Shoes, in
high d low cuts. Gents' For-
n8higs Negligee Shirts, Shirt
Waists, Underwear in all grades
Hats for Men,,Boys and Children.
Trunks, Bags and Cost Cases.
Specialties in Summer Clothing.



D.B. Meginniss, Jr

Miss Blake's Satarium,
Next ioor north of Leon Hotel, open
all the r. Graduate nurses. For pAr-
ticulars aiaply to
Miss SALUz E. Bu.KK, Prop'r,


From Jacksonville--47.50 to Boston
and Prvidence: $45.80 to New York;
36.30 to Baltimore; $38.20 to Wash-
ington; .20 to Old Point Comfort,
Ocean View, Virginia Beach and Ports-
mouth and return. Tickets oi sale daily,
good returning up to Octobei 31st, 1901.
These excursion rates apply via Ports-
mouth and steamer only. milar rates
from other Florida points. r Two daily
trains between Florida points and Ports-
mouth; morning and even' departure
from Jacksonville. For a informa-
tion write A. 0. MacDonell. L G.P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Sick-poison is a poison w ich makes
you sick It comes from the stomach.
The stomach makes it out of/undigested
food.
The blood gets it and tainto the whole
body with it. That's the war of it.
The way to be rid of it is to look after
your digestion.
If your food is all property digested,
there will be none left in thestomach to
make sick-poison out of.
If your stomach is too we k to see to
this properly by itself, h Ip it along
with a few doses of Shakr Digestive
Cordial.
That's the cure of it.
Shaker Digestive Cordial isl delicious,
healthful, tonic cordial, m4de of pure
medicinal plants, herbs and wine.
It positively cures indigestion and pre-
vents the formation of sick-poison.
All druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents.
About four hundred happy. excursion-
ists took advantage of thA Methodist
sunday school picnic to Lanark last Fri-
day. The d; y was very pleasant, and
the picnic was a success in every way.
Arriving at Lanark the young folks
made a rush for the water, which from
then to leaving time was a source of
unending pleasure. Bathing, boating,
fishing filled up the day, and as no mis-
hap of any kind occurred to mar the
pleasure of the occasion, it was a happy,
joyous and thoroughly. pleased crowd
that returned home in the evening. The
train arrived here about 7:30, in good
time for the youngsters to go to bed,
much to the relief of the tired mothers.
The managers of the picnic deserve
much praise for the thorough arrange.
ments they made for the pleasure of
their guests.


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a
ourteo l0 Attention Combined with Liberal Treatment
Wilj be our claim upon the public for patronage.
Careful attention given to winter visitors and hunt.
ing parties. -
R. J. BANNERMAN,


Real Estate Agency,
TALT.ATTASS.PI., FLORIDA.
200,010 acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and West
Florida, in tracts ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres,
at reasonable prices; rated according to timber, location, etc.
Also desirable city and suburban Residences and Building Lots in and
around Talahassee, the most picturesque and attractively located city in the
State, with bright prospects of improved business conditions.
Also proved Farms in Leon and adjoining counties, suitable for cul-
tivation, S k Raising and Dairying.
One o the most desirable of this class is a tract of 800 acres of the
finest F Land in Leon County, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for th, fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section in
the South. Especial attention is called to this tract which will be sold at
very reason le figures.
For er particulars call on or address with stamp the underiged,
WI W. McGRIFF,
Tallahasseean Office,
Tallahauan, Va


S. P. ROZEAR,

~UndstakeT & FU-eAal Dizeotoz
TAT.T.ATFA8SK :h:, FLA.,


Next door to Gilmore & Davis Co.,
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evidence New York, Baltimore,
shington, Did Point Comfort, Ocean
w, Virginia Beach and Portsmouth
offered by the Seaboard Air Line
Iway are especially attractive.
Irs. Wn. Harper Davidson of Quincy,
o has been visiting her parents, Mr.
I Mrs. W. M. Sheatmof this city, re-
ned home Tuesday afternoon.


governor Jeninas, wife and son, and
s Grace Mann, left on last Thursday
Brooksville. They will be absent
onetime,


Job Cmuldnt Have Stood It
f he'd had Itching Piles. They're ter-
y annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
ive will cure the worst caseof piles on
th. It has cured thousands. For In-
ies, Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the
t salve in the world. Price 25c a box.
ire gpo*anteed. Sold by all druggists.


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A rich dy,. cured of her deafness and
noises inthe head by Dr. Nicholson's
Artificial r Drums, gave $10,000 to his
Institute, o that deaf people unable to
procure the Ear Drums ma) have them
free. Ad"ress No. 1296 TheNicholson
Institute,. 780 Eighth Avenue, New
York. 14-1y
- Our Baery Goods are up to date.
Call and &-e the good things turned out
every day at T. B. Byrd's.
-e
Nunaal/'s candies are always
fresh at Wyht Bros.

DOI'T FORGET THAT

Douglas Chill and -Fever Tonic

CURES.
25 cents bottle. Sold and Guar-
anteed only by

V. Fi Balkconm,

pru'ggist.
Selcrader's Old Stand.
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THE WEEKLY TAAHASAN THURSDAY, JUNE 13 1901.
THE WEEKLY TAT1AATrASSMKAW: THU RSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901.


JOKED WItt A BEAR.

EB WHITE HAD A 'HEAP OF FUN
WITH THE VARMINT.

* PO-ms I HIButer,* Story of tlhe
*lteks He Playd on Poor Brauin
a Ud the Way the Utoe vi'nK Beast
Ne-t Him Out of the Side.
[Copyright, 00, byQ C. B. Lewij
"One September day," said the old
PoMsum hunter of Tennessee as I asked
hit for a story, 'q was sittin on these
Yere steps smoktn my pipe when a b'ar
suddenly appeared out thar by the co'-
ne of the pigpen. I didn't git fiustrat-
nd. I seen the b'ar was pore in flesh,
ad I knowed his fur wasn't prime. It
aiWt no use to kill a :b'ar jest fur the
Make of kiin. Besides, thar was some-
thin sort of cute looking in his face.
As we looked at each other he cocked
his ears and seemed to say:
"'Hello, Zeb White! I've called
around to see yo'. I won't be wuth
tUlin fur two month* yit, and mean-
while, if yo' don't mind, we'll hev some

"I took it that he saIld that, and the
old woman took it that way, too, and
so I didn't skeer him off. He saunter-
ed around fur a spell and then disap-
peared, but I knowed what he was up
to. I had two hives, of bees, and he


"WE LOOKED AT EACH OTHER."
had marked 'em down and would be
back some night arter honey. It wasn't
ian hour befo' I moved them hives out
f his reach and replaced 'em with two
hives filled with straw. I shet the old
dog up in the house that night, and
long 'bout midnight he begun to whine
and growL I jest got to the winder
when the b'ar showed up. He was
carter that honey, and he hadn't no
time to waste. One, hive wasn't 'nuff
fir him, and he knocked both over as
moon as he got. within reach and then
made ready fur a feast. When he
found them hives lard packed with
straw, he knowed i1 was a joke, and
he sot up and looked so sheepish and
mean over it that ii laughed fur half
an hour. That b'ar went away feeling
hurt in his feelin'sj but 1 was suab
he'd come back ag'i some other night
and try to pay me ol.
"I had jest penne up a likely pig.
and that b'ar was found to hey pig
meat If he couldn't hey honey. He
was suab to be bb k the next night.
and so 1 spent two hours greasin the
roof of the pen with soft soap. When
I was through, it ws so slippery that
even claws would t take hold. On
the second night, 'bPut 11 o'clock, the
b'ar showed up af in. He had bin
thinking of fresh port all the afternoon
and had got hungry over it. and arter
one look around he j climbed upon the
roof of the pen. It Had a steep pitch to
it. and It dropped ot into a gully, and
that b'ar had skassl got up before be
was slidin down iie a log of wood.
He shot off the roof into the gully like
a big ball, and me and the old woman
laughed till the t ars cam& Three
times the b'ar tried it, and three times
he was dumped. yelled at him and
called him names, ad his feelin's was
hurt ag'ln. He wa so 'shamed 'bout
things that he wou jn't even fight the
dog.
"I knowed the vatmint wouldn't gin
up that way, but 'vould keep comin
back till he got sun in. It struck me
that he'd go fur the chickens next, and
no I had a trap all ready fur him. He
was too cute to ste into it and arter
roamin around fur ;while be went off.
1 laughed at him and called him a
mighty pore b'ar. 4nd be appeared so
lonesome over it that I almost pitied
him. He didn't ccme back the next
Bight or the next, but on the third
night he showed u; ag'in, and 1 had
another joke read fur him. 1 had
beaded the old daw up in a stout bar'l
and then wrap the bar'l around
with barbed wire. 1 used up 200 feet
of wire around t at bar'1, and the
barbs stuck out 11k quills of a porcu-
pine. As soon as tl b'ar appeared the
old dawg begun bark and raise a
fuss. I don't reek< that varmint bad
ever heard of a da g in a bar'l befo'.
and I'm suah be hadn't never met with
no barbed wire. HE Jest walked around
to make sartin o' things and then
In


On Her Feet
All day l]ng and racking with pain from
her head to her heels. That is what
many a self-supporting girl must experi-
ence. On those
days each month,
when in other cir- 5
cumstances she
would go to bed,
she must still be
at the desk or
counter and strug-
r through -the
Ly as best she
may.
Backache, head-
ache, and other
pains caused by
womanly diseases -
are perfectly cured
by Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescrip-
tion. It cures
the cause of these
pains. It estab-
lishes regularity,
dries enfeebling
drains, heals in--
flammation and
ulceration and
cures female weak-
ness. It makes I
weak women
strong and sick
women well.
PAIN AULL. @ONE.
"I have taken your medicine with the greatest
satisfaction," writes Mrs. George Riehl. of Lock-
port Station. Westmoreland Co.. Penna. "Your
' Favorite Prescrivtion' has cured me of uterine
trouble that I suffered from for fifteen years, and
painful monthly troubles. I can honestly say I
can work a whole day and not get tired, and
before taking Dr. Pieree's medicines I always
felt tired. My pain is all gone and I feel like a
new person. I suffered with headache all the
time. but have no headache now since taking
your medicine. I have been cured of troubles
that I suffered from for fifteen years, and the
best doctor in the state could not cure me."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, B-iffalo, N. Y.


b'ars and dawgs anu iuiwa u- ---
y'ar. Bruin started In to bust that
bar'l by buggin, but he soon gin It up.
Then be rolled It 'bout, but every time
he struck It he got a prick. Sometimes
he'd chase it. and sometimes he'd run
away from it, and he did hate to gin
np beat. it .wasn't no use In him'fight-
In that bar'L though, and he finally let
it go and sorter cried over it. He went
off with his head down and a homesick
shamble, and the old woman turns to
me and asks:
"*'Zeb. what'll that b'arskin be wutb
when snow flies?
S"" 'Bout $10,' says L.
"'Then yo' air $10 out of pocket
you give me the counting of the votes 1
can have you defeated by an over-
whelming majority no matter if there
Isn't a single vote cast against you.'
'Thank you kindly,' said the presi-
dent, 'but there never has been an elec-
tion in this republic, and I don't want
to disturb people's minds by introduc-
ing any such useless and dangerous
ceremony.'
"'Then why don t you resign?' said 1.
'You've got a vice president, haven't
you?' If you resign, he will come into
office, and naturally he will be glad to
have you go.'
"'You don't know what you are say-
ing,' replied the president. 'Nobody
ever heard of a president who resigned.
If I were to do such a thing, I should
be disgraced forever. People would
say that I anm either a coward or a lu-.
natic. No. Don Smith! I haven't an
enterprising enemy in all Zarguela, and
I haven't one single friend that I can
trust to rebel against me.
'I have been simply longing for a
revolution ever since the sum in the
treasury reached $100,000, but this in-
fernal nation is so well contented with
my rule that nothing can induce it to
rebel. When I think of the good times
all the exiled presidents in Paris are
having at this identical minute, it
makes me wild to have to stay here,
even though I do have the pleasure of
playing poker with the American min-
ister.'
"Well, I felt downright sorry for Don
VTllar y Villar, for he was by long odds
the best public man that I had met in
any part of Central America. So I just
said to him on the spur of the moment
that if he would trust me I would un-
dertake to get up a revolution against
him in less than a fortnight.
"It wasn't till after he had jumped at
my offer and called me his preserver
and his dearest friend that it occurred
to me that what I had really undertak-
en to do was to help him steal all the
money in the treasury.
"Of course if I had been president of
Zarguela I should have considered it
stealing to run off with the treasury.
especially as I could have collared the
money honestly by issuing a regular
shipshape decree that my salary should
always be equal to the entire amount
In the treasury. However, I had prom-
Ised Don Villar y Villar to raise a revo-
lution for him no matter what it might
cost my conscience.
"Now I was acquainted with Captain
Intimidad, who commanded the presi-
dent's guard of honor and was respon-
sible for the safety of the palace. This
Captain Intimidad was a romantic sort
of young chap, who believed that the
president was the greatest and best
man that ever lived. I felt pretty sure
that if I went to work in the right way


that it was absolutely necessary aua
no one should know anything about the
matter except that Don Villar y Villar
had left Zarguela for parts unknown.
"'Now.' continued ,1. 'according- to
your constitution the president cannot
leave the country for a single day un-


"Do yon really mean to say that you want
to be turned out?"'
less he is regularly and constitutionally
turned out by a revolution. In these
circumstances the president wants you
to rebel and drive him out of the coun-
try next Monday night He expects
you to hold on to the presidency for.
say, six months, when he will return
and head a revolution that will put him
back in office again.'
"The young captain was at first
knocked all in a heap by what I said to
him. but little by little he got to under-
stand that the president was really
anxious for a revolution, and conse-
quently lntimidad agreed to do what-
ever his beloved president might de-
sire.
"I spent the rest of the day thinking
out a plan of action and in making the
necessary preparations for war. I had
50 rifles brought secretly to the palace
and planted them at the second story
windows, as if they were so many can-
non. though I took good care that they
should not be visible from the outside
of the palace.
"Intimidad agreed to attack the front
door of the palace with ') men at pre-
cisely 1 o'clock in the morning. His
men were to be provided with nothing
but blank cartridges, and they were t,
fire away until the front door could be
broken down. after which they were to
rush into the palace and find that the
president had fled.
"I had arranged that the president
was to leave the palace soon after dusk
on the night of the revolution, accom-
panied by a single trusty servant to
carry the treasury, and I calculated
that he would be well on his way to
the coat before the revolution could
break out.
"The thing that gave me the mos
trouble was to provide for the proper
firing of the rifles in the second story
windows of the palace. I couldn't fire
them myself, for it would have been a
breach of diplomatic etiquette for a
foreign minister to take part openly in
a revolution.
"I puzzled over this problem till my
head ached, and finally I went to Cap-
tain Intimidad and told him the ditffi-
culty I was in. He solved it at once by
telling me that he would send his par-
ticular friend, Lieutenant Partagas, to
do the firing from the palace windows
and assured me that Partagas was a
man who could be implicitly trusted.
"There was one more thing to be set-
tled. IntUnidad insisted that two men
must be killed in the attack and that
their corpses must be left lying on the
front steps of the palace, where every
one could see them the morning after
the revolution.
"Hie said that two men were always
killed in a Central American revolution
and that he doubted if a revolution In
which nobody should be killed would
he strictly constitutional. I saw that
there was force in what he said, but I
wasn't willing that any human lives
should be sacrificed, and unfortunately
there were no Chinamen in the country
who could be passed off as soldiers
slain in a glorious revolution. At last
I had to leave the matter in his hands,
the agreement being that none of his
soldiers should be killed.
"Monday evening I said goodby to
Don Villar y Villar and had a final In-
terview with Intimidad. He told me
that he had two corpses all ready and
that he would put them on the steps of
the palace before the beginning of the
assault.
"When I insisted upon knowing how
he had obtained his corpses, he ex-
claimed that there were two men in
jail awaiting execution for murder and
that the governor of the jail, being an
intimate friend of his, had kindly shot
the men and placed the corpses at his
disposal.
"I sat up that night till 1 o'clock,
when the revolution punctually began.
There was a tremendous lot of firing,
and I could hear people all over the


town slamming their shutters, as was
their habit when a revolution broke
out.
"Early the next morning I put on my
uniform and started for the palace to
congratulate the new president When
I entered the nPlace pntes i was as-


France?" asked an artist who had late-
ly returned from Paris. "They are
funny spectacles. I saw one once while
passing the Bal Bullier at midnight
Two little Frenchmen walked along in
front of me, engaged in conversation.
A third little Frenchman ran up on tip-
toe from behind somewhere and kicked
the taller of the talkers between the
shoulder blades. He went down with
a cry, turned a somersault into the gut-
ter and lay there.
"And instantly-how, I don't know-
that street was full of hundreds of lit-
tle Frenchmen, fighting and chattering
and screeching. They didn't use their
fists. They slapped. scratched, pl.led

The Tammany Tlger.
The origin of the tiger as an emblem
of Tammany is said to date from the
time when William M. Tweed, then
foreman of "Big Six" Fire company,
took a fancy to a picture of a royal
Bengal tiger In the fifties. Tweed
adopted the emblem for the Americus
club, and It soon was accepted by all
Tammany.

You feel better at once after using
Herbine, you enjoy your food more, and
you get more nouia hment and invigor-
ating force out of what you eat. Hence
Herbine makes you strong, vigorous and
cheerful, Price, 50 cents. Wight &
Bro.


First under
replied tha
dlent Intimi
"-There
the general
and I trust
make go di
the only 1
guela.'
" "But wl
I thought
dent.'
'Captai
command
killed last
palace, in
myself asI
understand
posed thai
you should(
friend, the
lar. had be
gest to yoe
minister if
himself in
government
and 1 am
never un<
guilty of si
"I said
dent. and
and wrote
asking to I
"You see
conclusion
the preside
fired on th
and skillf
least a thi
timidad, a
away.
"And wh
setting foi
the tyrant
ated the p
of despot
work of fil
making re
his term
end.
"I saw e
Paris abo
told me th
supposed i
a mind to
and enjoy
he died."


Here is
which min
"Don't nm
But that i
horse. It
sparrow a
A sparr
a tree. in
monkey.
row, snug
saw the r
body and
dressing
hands are
your intel
in such a
build a sn
The moi
cency of ti
be mocke
you? You
saying he
Moral.-
man.
Once
Thousar
Dickey's (
Why? Be
.eyes or g
Children
when app
for 25 cta
like it.

Fur
T he Imp,
t
"Did y<


stand whatrnat:meant.an
t I bad called to bee Presi- tg U E
idad.
Is no such person,' replIed THE FFSPRINS
1 I am ['resident Partagas.
that your go1'ernmet will oFITAR VP
ifficulty in recognizing me as BLO, 0 TAINT.
legitimate president of Zdr-
egitimate presideScrofula is a modified form of Blood

bere is Intimidad?' I asked. ison and sptio. The parent
he was to be the new p)resi- who is ta by either will see the
childte disease
manifesting itself in
n Intimidad, recently in the form swollen
of the guard of honor, was glands of the eck and
night in an attack upon the throat, catah, weak.
which I had just installed eyes, offetsie sores
president. I am at a loss to and abscesSe and of- e
! why you should have sup- tent W s eswell-
Se was president ,or why g-sure gnsof
d have suspected tiat your lao e sig nsfor
late Presidentori)l'r y-Vi'-
late resident. Villr y Vi- longtime, fbr the disease develops slowly
en overthrown. Letime sug- in some ca but the poison is in the
ur excellence that a foreign blood and w! break out at the first favor-
s not supposed to interest able opportunity. S.S.S. curesthiswast-
the domestic concerns of the ing, destruct-ve disease by first jpurifyng
it to which be is acredlted nMbuilding p pthebloodandsteimnlhtg
sure than Dpn Smith would and invigorang the whole system.
der any circumstances be J.I..SealS, PbblicSquare. .Nshvil~lT he -
der any circumstances be ,=J "Ten 7r ago my daughter fell and cut
uc an imprudence.' forehead rmthis wound the glands on
uch an pruene. presi the side of he ce became swollen and burstcd.
good morning to tle presi- ome of the I st doctors here and elsewhere
I went back to my lodgings attended her tout any benefit. We decided
Sa dispatch to Wa jington tt.-" S. na few bottles cured her ea-
be recalled at once. tj ^^ .0 makes new and pure
c. Partagas had conit to the blood to nourish and
that he might as Well have strengthen the body,
ency for himself. Sh be had and is a positive and
ie attacking force so.rapidly safe cure for Scrofula.
ully that he had killed at It oefit all forms of blood poison,
ullytha hehad lid a ^iSeriifctedor acquired, and no
rd of the men, including In- whether n. or acquired, and no
d drive the remained remedy so thoroughly and effectively
nd had drive the remained cleanses thblood. If you have any
blood troub, or your child has inherited
hen he issued a proclamation some blood aint, take S. S. S. and get
rth how he had ove-thbrown the blood good condition and prevent
Villar y Villar and hbd liber- the disease 44zng further damage.
people from a crushing yoke Send for pur free book and write om
sim be settled dow to the physicians sout your case. We make no
ling the empty treasury and charge whatever for medical advice.
alyfr tri e to Pris wn lTHE SWIFT'SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.
ady for a trip to Paris when
of office should come to an eu aitic of Caraca.

x-President Villar y Villar in "The mori ing after our arrival at-the.
ut three years rgo. and he hotel in Carleas," says W. E. ( Curtis, -1
at Paris wasn't what e hbad called for a glass of milk'while dress-
it to he and that he had half ing-. On -ery subsequent morning.
go hack to Central A.merica during our tay a g!ass of milk was
one more revolution before brought to* e at precisely the same
hour witlhu t instructions, and al-
though the servant was. told several
A Chinese Fable. times that I was not wanted she did
a Chinese fable with a moral not appear: to understand and contin.
ght be expressed in English. ned to brin it just the same.
monkey with the buzzsaw." "In the ho el were electric bells. The
s getting the cart before the first day I ang for something, and a
is about a monkey and a certain bo, answered the summons.
nd is as follows: The next morning I rang again and
oyv had its nest half way up again, and o one responded. Finally
the top of which dwelt a I went into1 he dining room and found
After a heavy rain the spar- there half a ozen servants.
Sand dry in its warm nest, "'Didn't ou hear my bell ring?' I
monkey shaking his dripping asked.
could not refrain from ad- "'Si, seno (yes, sir). was the reply.
him thus: "Comrade. your "'Then way didn't you.answer it?'
skillful, your strength great. "'The bol that answers your excel-
lect clever. Why do you live lency's bel has gone to market with
miserable state? Why not the manag .'
iug nest like mine?'" 'But yo knew he was not here, and
nk'y. angered at the compla- you should 1ave come in his place.'
he sparrow, replied: "Am I to 'No. se ir. It is his occupation to
d by an evil creature like answer you4 bell. I answer the bell of
r nest is snug. is it?" And so the gentleu&n in the next room.'
threw the nest to the ground. "And as tong as I remained in that
Don't talk with a passionate hotel my lI 1 was answered only by the
one particular boy. If he was net in. I
could ring (or an hour without rceeiv-
Used Always Wanted. ing a reslo Se, although the house was
ids who have used John R full of idle servants."
Oid Reliable Eye Water say so.
cause it cures sore or weak
granulated lids without pain. T .Ri a prominent druggist of
like it because it feels good Greensboro. writes as follows:
lied. Sold by Wight & Bro. "I have 1 idled Dr. Pitts' Carmina-
Money back if you don't tive for ei ht years, and have never
known of single instance where it
failed to gii perfect satisfaction. Par-
NNY SPECTACLES. ties whoon use it always make per-
manent eu homers. We sell more of
eomnpt Row. That Oceuw l* this article' a all the other Carmina-
tives, yoot! nz srups and colic drops
he Streets tg Pari tn combined.| For teethingchildren it has
0u ever see a street fight In no euani.


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A Fatlure In CooDet.
A certain man who was
prominent Kentucky polite%
more a demagogue than a
He was. according to Short
the habit of boasting that's |
.was a cooper in an "biseure i
the state-that he was *one-
people" and di(ln't ehimg t t
gloved aristocracy." to
The "'general's" rr,.at failijjI
his fondness for liquor, it willn
no one to be told that thn orehe4
the more loudly he 'lii
political sentiments aind their
of being the soun o(f i fli)epr her,
During a political 'a:hniIrpI, i
opponent was the S.ilii,.ri orator,
Marshall. lihe had l' .nti ':ilual.
and offensive in lihi. .sti;
his obscure origin. Il n i,
shall said, looking h;i,-d at the e
"FeUow citizenus. n!v 0
father may havlie a vey
cooper. I don't dIen "!-at; but I
gentlemen, that *1w I.ut a might
head into that whisky 1a'al."

To rlountain and Sea Shore
Before complete ', arran
your summer trip, -r decid
places at which to :n these
you should call on Ti4,e A
Passenger Rppresernti ivea, of th
board Air Line !Tailwav he,
specially prepare, t,, furiisiS
tion as to lowest rate., quiek. t
ules and mort attra..tiv, routeb
Mountain Resorts in WPrTM
Carolina and SojthiwSt Virgij
to the Seashore I.,ort,; of Oveft
Virginia Bea,-h. (Al1 PjintCt
great Eastern Resort. alor.gthe
Coast and other popular place
via the Seaboard Air Line,
This Company is Tfferinm lot
than ever with perf,-tr train si.
fast through schedules. It will"
and benefit you to cill ,,i Seab*
L'ne Railway Agentz.


8TATEME14T.
Made Under Section 35. Chaptfin
of Florida.- t1893J
Showing the amount of taxes cdi
Tax Collector of Leon county, Fo
collected for the current year 19ok
apportionment of the same to ti
funds for which -uch taxes have bf.
including poll tfix with ceuntrx*
Total tax forv year li. inc'iing
S Pol! tax (1!ih0 o...... ......
Am' collected an il T:t.,i :o June
1, 19)01................. .........

A iPPPRHL' \NMENT_


General revenue ..
Am't collect, l and
paid to )June 1,
1901...... .......
Fines, forf'iturt ....
Am't coll.ct<-, and
paid to Junnc 1,
1901.... ......
Bridges, culverts.cte
Am't collected a,:.!
paid to Jum'- I.
1901............
County Schools, in-
cluding polls .
Am't collected a:
paid to June -
1901...........

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THE W~LY ATJTJ1AS8~RAN JFUIDAY.


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THE DOMINIE.
Right Rev. Mgr. W. EL O'Con-
rector of the American college at
e. has been appointed Catholic
p of Maine.
Rev. William C: Richardson, ree.-
f Trinity Episcopal church of Cbi-
bhas been called to St.- James', in
delphla, one of the leading church-
that city.
bishop Keane (Roman Catholic)
ubuque in a recent sermon de-
ed the liquor traffic as Infamous
said that be was ashamed to see so
y Catholles engaged In it.
National Bible Society of Scot-
reports that its work goes on un-
ted in southern China. During
past quarter 16.000 copies of Scrip-
have been sold there, and at Pe-
the work of the society has been
med.

THE PAN-AM.

re is every indication that this
be the most successful interna-
exposition ever held in America.
nectady Star.
enceforth it will be eminently the
thing for the exposition seeking
eler to remark. "Let me off at But.
"-Boston Globe.
Pan-American looks very well,
hardly ready to receive company.
till she gets her back hair up and
new gown on. and then you'll see a
Outy.-Lockport Union-Sun.
'be exposition is worthy of an inter-
tional renown because of its beauty,
extent and its variety, and Buffalo
sits a do: .e meed of praise be-
we she has done this splendid work
herself and at her own cost.-Cha-
ro Record-Herald.


Edison and Platinum.
story will serve to throw light up-
Edison's character. At one time
re was a great fear in the scientific
Id that the deposits of. platinum
e ibout to become extinct. Edison
reupoln organized a correspondence
u and sent letters to every Amer-
n consul pUIm the globe, to British
suls in ports where the United
tes had no representative and to
tific men in every land. The let-
gave a clear statement respecting
|e:ial. how and where it was found
Slight ohe found. how it could be
tilird and treated and much other
u1 each letter were inclosed samples
i platinum :is found in the various
1 Ieils. This may seem to be a
11 undertaking, -but when it is re-
enbred that the letters were sent
Sy the thousands, that the postage
a H) cents to each letter and that
ej pieces of l'atinum inclosed were
ost ws valuable as metallic gold. the
I. of the achievement is readily seen.
4lile he didi not succeed in greatly in-
Ce.sing the output of platinum, he set
L est all fear of its extinction and
uis earned the gratitude of every
*iSntifie investigator.-Frank Leslie's
9aine.

\ The Place Was Filled.
Ai a seance the other day. when the
s had been turned low, the me-
was describing a tall, dark eyed.
* some spirit, with long moustaches
V his hair parted carefully down the
r, that was hovering round a mid-
Nged but elderly looking man. when
burst suddenly into tears. Heart-
in ing sobs shook his thin frame.
( o)re, George!" he cried. "Why,
i, ky did you leave me to the mis-
Y.f these past years?"
*'.-n you knew him?" asked the
um.
fInew him?" murmured the down-
ed man. "I saw him daily for
it hs and months. Oh, George." he
nued, "why did you die?"
good man," pleaded the medium,
must pull yourself together.
fugh his loss to you must have
a great one, you may yet meet
er friend who will fill his place."
no!" he cried. "His place is

Killed! Why, what do you mean?"
the medium, astonished.
was my wife's first husband!"-
son's Weekly.

SPFully Expulalied to Johb.
vJhn," she said as she toyed with
ef his coat buttons, "this is leap
is it not?"
*1"s, Mamie," he answered as he
kdfondly down on her golden head
t.as pillowed on his manly bosom.
is is the year when the proposing
,,by the young ladies?"
eope you don't expect me to pro-
0 you?"
y, Mamie, dear, I never gave the
r a thought. I-er-to tell the
I've only known you for-that is

glad you didn't expect me to
e. I'm not that kind, I hope. No,
dearest, I couldn't be so immod-
I'm going to let you do the pro-
yourself in the old fashioned
*' The old fashioned way is good
for me." And the gentle maid-
e her lover a beaming smile, and
lng man rejoiced that he had
such a treasure of modesty.-
F Tit-Bit.


Sold at Last.
A traveling man who is absent from
the -city about 60 days on each trip
carried a pair of shoes to a German
shoemaker to be half soled before leav-
ing on a tour through the country
towns. The shoemaker was accustom-
ed to selling articles left with him for
repairs If not called for in 30 days.
The drummer stated to the shoemaker
he would be absent from the city for
at least 60 days and would not leave
the shoes to be repaired unless he was
assured that they would not be sold.
The traveler's trip was prolonged to
90 days. When he returned, he went
immediately to the shoemaker for his
shoes.
The shoemaker's Inability to distin-
guish between have and half came
near resulting in his receiving a thrash-
lug.
"Have you sold my shoes?" asked
the drummer.
"Ya, I hat soled them." replied the
shoemaker.
"What in blazes did you do that
for?" yelled the traveler.
"You told me for to do it."
And then the drummer engaged in a
bit of shocking profanity and threat-
ened to clean up the. ranch.-Memphis
Scimitar.


Roofs and Chimneys.
There is no doubt but the form of a
roof has much to do with the draft of a
chimney. The flat roof offers no resist-
ance to the passage of air, but as the
pitch is increased the current is more
and more disturbed until with a high
pitched and many gabled roof it is bro-
ken into Innumerable eddies, some of
which are sure to curl down and force
the smoke and gases in the flue into the
rooms below. Chimneys on such roofs
should be built higher than ordinary.

Bunching the Hits.
Case and Comment tells a story of an
Illinois attorney who argued to the
court one after another of a series of
very weak points, none of which seem-
ed to the court to have any merit until
the court finally said, "Mr. -, do you
think there is anything in these
points?" To which the attorney re-
plied, "Well, judge, perhaps there isn't
much in any one of them alone, but I
didn't know but your honor would kind
of bunch them."'

Touched a Sore Spot.
"Do you find it difficult. senator." she
asked. "to keep in touch with your con-
stituents?"
"I beg your pardon, ma'am." lie re-
plied. with a scared look. "but really
I must ask you not to use that expres-
sion with reference to my affairs.
Touch is a word that I can't stand
since the papers used it in explaining,,
why I voted for that street railroad
bill four years ago."-Chicago Herald.

Two Toos.
Three Irishmen had four guineas to
be equally divided among them. After
several unsuccessful efforts by two of
them the third settled the business
thus: "There are two for you two, and
here are two for me too."

A GOOD qOUGH MEDICINE.
Itspl-k, we-ll for Chamberlain's Cough
'teme ly when druggists use it in their
swn familieA in preference to any other.
-I have sold Chamnberl&'n'sCough Rem-
e.l for the past five years with complete
iatisfaf tion to .mnyelf and e;,stomers."
-ays Druggist .T. G(,lddmith. Van Ettfn.
1. Y. I have always niied it in my
awn family b' h for ordinary coughs
nd colds and for the coug'' following
a grippe. and tind it very efficaeiors."
'or piae bhv Wight & Bro. and all medi-
.irie dealers.

Fattening Engrlish Quails.
A curious account of how quails are
fattened for thief market is given In a
London paper. It appears that quails.
being regular in their habits, always
feed directly they wake up in the
morning. They are therefore put in a
large cellar lit only by electric light. In
the dark they go to sleep, but directly
the light is turned on they wake up and
breakfast. This process is repeated time
after time, and the birds, always labor-
ing under the delusion that morning
has arrived, once more breakfast, over.
and over again. They have been known
to do so six times in an afternoon.-
Philadelphia Record.

The ordinary beer glass is regulated
by law in Bavaria and must hold exact-
ly half a liter, or nearly nine-tenths of
a pint.

Statisticians agree that the popu'a-
tion of the world averages 109 women
to every 100 men.
Two Narnww Irish BEscape..
An Irishman, seeing a vessel very
heavily laden and scareeIy above the
water's edge, exclaimed, "Upon my
sowL if the river was but a little high-
er the ship would go to the bottom!"
"See there!" exclaImed the returned
Irish soldier to the gaping crowd as he
exhibited with some pride his tall hat
with a bullet hole in it. "Look at that
hole, will you? Ye see. if it had been a
low crowned hat I should have been
killed outright."


The Place For Him.
"Gracious! You don't mean to say
you are going to move out to Aigu-
hurst?"


How He Cared the Bell.
The late Father Boyle. who for years
was one of the most prominent and
popular Catholic priests in Washing-
ton, had a great reputation as a wit.
Some of his most intimate friends were
Protestants and members of the Prot-
estant clergy. A few months -before
his death he erected a missionary chap-
el down by the navy yard and bought
at a junkshop an old bell which had
been discarded by one of the Protes-
tant churches. He sent the bell to a
foundry in Georgetown and had sev-
eral inches of metal pared off the rim.
Having thus got rid of a crack, the
harsh and discordant tones of the bell
became soft and sweet. Meeting a
Presbyterian minister not long after,
Father Boyle called his attention to the
change, and the latter could scarcely
believe it was the same bell.
"What in the world did you do to
that bell," Inquired the Presbyterian
pastor, "to cause such a change in the
tone?"
"We blessed it and blessed it and
blessed it until we got the Plresbyterian
devil out of it." retorted Father Boyle,
"and then it sounded all right."-
Washington Star.

Y.oa may as well expect to run a steam
D nglue iut water as to itid an c
*,ve, energetic man with a torpid liver
.lti you may know that his liver is torpid
when lihe does not relish his food or feels
,lull and lauguid after eating, often has
headache and sometimes dizziness. A
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
Liver Tablets will restore his liver
to its normal functions, renew hi vilal
ity, mun rove his digestion and make him
teel tai a new maun. Price. 25 cents
Sample free at Wight & Bro's. drug
stroe.
None of His Busines..
While waiting for the train the bride
and bridegroom walked slowly up and
down the platform.
"I don't know what this joking and
guying may have been to you," he
remarked, "but it's death to me. I
never experienced such an ordeal."
"It's perfectly dreadful," she an-
swered. "I shall be so glad when we
get away from everybody we know."
"They're actually impertinent," he
went on. "Why, the very natives"-
At. this unpropitious moment the
wheezy old station master walked up
to them.
"Be you going to take this train*?" he
asked.
"It's none of your business!" retorted
the bridegroom indignantly as he guid-
ed the bride up the platform, where
they condoled with each other over the
impertinence of the natives.
Onward came the train, its vapor
curling from afar. It was the last to
their destination that day, an express.
Nearer, nearer it came at full speed.
Then in a moment it whizzed past and
was gone.
"Why in thunder didn't that train
stop?" yelled the bridegroom.
"Cos you sed 'twarn't none of my
bizness. I has to signal if that train's
to stop."
And as the old station master softly
stroked his beard there was a wicked
twinkle in his eye.-London Spare Mo-
ments.


What a Snlaer Must Know.
For a singer to succeed it is necessa-
ry that he should have more than a
voice or be a vocalist. Wagner has set
a higher standard, and to him we owe
it. Not only the cultivation of the
voice, but the higher education is nec-
essary. The voice alone is not suffi-
cient, even in the concert room. Sing-
ing has grown to be quite another art.
The singer must be an impersonator.
I myself studied for five years at the
university. But that, as a rule, holds
one too long. But at least a good gen-
eral knowledge of literature and of sci-
ence is necessary.
The day is past when a fiacre driver,
because he has a beautiful voice, is ac-
cepted as a singer; so also is the day
when a concert in costume is regarded
as an opera. The standard of imper-
sonation has been immeasurably raised
by Wagner. History, literature, knowl-
edge of the plastic arts, are all neces-


.V: l-o--he-Wl op Salvation.
.'* v,1. .--owin rector of an east end
;:':., ,:. .iproached one day by a
:id. ~\ .'i s.idil she desired to rent a
e:it a:, : row nearest the door of his
Ilnrli I b rector responded that the
-,::is ;ii that row were all free and that
- ..i w:as at lil'rtlv to occupy any one of
thl'i blut she persisted, saying that
she desired to have it for her own.
Being soinewhat curious as to her
reasons. the clerical gentleman said,
"But nmadain. tell me why you wish to
sit so far back ?"
After som e hesitancy she responded
that she simply couldn't bear to have
any one "sit behind her."
"Yet you will be sitting behind oth-
ers. who perhaps feel the same way,"
said the rector laughingly.
"That may be." replied the devout
lady earnestly. "but you know I have
such a wretched little wisp of hair at
the back of my 'ie:ad that it would cer-
tainly interfere with my devotions if
I knew any one was looking at it."-
London Tit-bits.

On n DS.mineus Banim.
Gerald devt-elhi-la journalistic In-
stinct at the early age of 14. Witl the
consent of his father and some a ist-
ance from tle s 1ne source lie Ight
an "amnateui printing outfit" and rt-
ed the Elmh prst Monthly Journal, b-
scription pri-e 2." cents a year, pa ble
in advance.
"I suppose you call yourself thb ed-
itor and proprietor of this office.' re-
marked an 'envious young as. ate
who dropperi in at 4iis "sanctum in
the basement of the paternal dw ing
one day. t
"Of course do." responded the y th-
ful journallsI. "I don't owe a ce on
It" \
"Proprietor4 Humph! Every y
knows you get $25 from your fath to
start it with.'t
"Yes. sir." stoutly rejoined Ge Id.
"and his subscription for The Jo nal
is marked pand 100 years ahead on my
ioks!"-Youth's Companion.
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NOTICE F R PUBLICATION.
)EP4 RTMENTPF THEINTERIOR A D
Office at Gainville Fla, April 2 190
Notice is hereby giren that .e following" -
settler bas filed noce of his intention u o
final proof in sop of his claim, and that
proof will be made before Clerk Circuit
TallahaSpee. Fla.. On'June 8.1901. v: *
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the Lot 1.Sec. 8. TP. 3N..I 2. She a
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.The wit is more to be dreaded than
your worst enemy. Witty people have
a way of slapping a title on you which
sticks for life. These things bubble up
on their lips, and woe to (he victim. He
or she is ruined and made a public
laughing stock. Even your best friend
will giggle on the sly. One society girl
here, a really nice girl, has the habit,
however, of sitting in judgment on the
family standing of other people. She
will make some disparaging remark
and conclude with, "Oh, well you know
and.I know they are really not to the
manner born."
Now this girl does not come of aristo-
cratic blood on her maternal side. Her
ancestors were simple, honest trades-
men who never pretended to style or
had any ambition to pose as aristo-
crats. They were in the shoe business.
One day the girl was talking much as
usual. The wit. alas, was on deck load-
ed with back number facts. "Oh," said
Miss Critic, with a toss of her head, as
she mentioned a debutante, "of course
she is not to the manner born. I always
like to express myself in quotations."
"So do I." said the wit softly and
wickedly. "My favorite is 'let not the
shoemaker go beyond his last.' "-Lou-
isville Times.


The He***gf o the Tabl.
There was a certain Major X. whe
had for some years enjoyed the reputa.
tion Of bemg one of the wildest men to
India. Making a call on one occasion
on a mess, he found Captain Z., whom
he wanted, out, but the mess waiter as-
sured him that the latter would Boos
return, wherefore he waited in the an-
teroom.
A few minutes later the mess ser-
geant, happening to pass the window.
noticed to his surprise that Major X.
had passed into the messroom beyond
and was applying a tape measure to
the mess table. Naturally considering
this an odd proceeding, he mentioned
it later on in the day to Captain Z.. who
took counsel and then begged a favor
of the colonel, which was to allow an
inch to be sawed off the table legs. In
due course Major X. was invited to din-
ner, and the mess was there to a man.
As was expected, during dessert he
contrived to lead the conversation on to
guessing heights, and from that to of-
fering to bet on the present mahogany
was but a step. They took him on. from
colonel down to the youngest sub. Even
the chaplain could not resist the temp-
tation to chiastise the unrighteous and
ventured his mite. The challenger bet
first. just an eighth of an inch beyond
the old hei ght. and then the mess, in ro-
lation. gcne-.ssd exactly the same. and
all g ss.',d.exaictly right. lie was done
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THE .RIVIEWER

I'd pat mey is curbed W mj
SS knight gambler will lay aside t
S box to open a clearing house e for
_eb.-Baltimore American.
9eclatlo0 on Wall street has now
BeDthe point where a large circle
Sl'nsiWders and outsiders are guessing,
S to its lasting or breaking. -Philad-4-
PMh Press. I
A New York doctor has invented and-
Patented a new kLnd of co!1n. There-
am a few people in this world who arc.
observant of the ete':!lA fitness o^
thungs.-Baltimore American.
Mr. Stead now announcs as on th,
Programme a war between the Unitc States and Gireat Br:tnin. We forget1
Where Mr. Stead's hlast war was. bud
W recall that there was no bloodshed
-Detroit Journal. 1
The Lead master of the Cambridge
Attin school says lask.,t ball makes tht
girls rough, loud voiced and bold. Toj
many girls of that type are in evidence
ahteady without the schools aiding
their development.-Buffalo Courier.
An English expert says that Sham-'
rock II will sail best under a jack yard
topsail breeze. Arrangements will bW
made with the weather man to pui
much a breeze In training. Anything ti
make the races interesting. Denvel
republican.
Forest denudation has made hood;
am accompaniment of the early spring
rains. During the last 50 years the for
ctB of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wes
Virginia have gradually disappeared
Unt the hillsides are bare. Fires havy
taken away the undergrowth.-St. Lou
i Republic.
t
BRITAIN AND BOER.
If nothing else will move the British
Ikm, the war expenses may budge It.-.
Boston Advertiser.
Joe Chamberlain Is the evil genius of
the British empire. He Is the costliest
rWtg lthmann to England that ever lived;
-4t. Louis Republic.
England may have made a compare>
lively poor showing in South Africa$
but, on the other hand, its new loan ber
tJg subscribed for six times over is
gather rich showing. Philadelphia
Times.
When the English budget was intro,
uwed, somebody said that every Boer
Lffled had cost $5,000. The truth Is
that figure Is ridiculously low. 'The Brit
lmb have certainly not killed 10,000
oers. If It hab cost them $750,000,000
to kill 10.000 Boers, that Is $75,000 peL
Boer.-New York JournaL
The Boers are without a ship upoo
the seas. without a cent of credit
among the bankers of the world and
deprived of every productive industry.
yet are they not fulfilling the threat
they made when they said their coti
queror mus* pay a price that wouli
I tager hum.-nlty-aye, and sober It as
VeU.-Boston Globe.


ALL IS SELFISHNESS.
Ie Wise Man's Theory and How *I
WaN Exploded.
"After all," said the wise man, "what
l It but selfishness? The optimist who
goes through life whistling and singing
wmgs of cheer Is not entitled to any
special credit, because it is a pleasure
to him to be 3!appy. If It didn't make
him glad to be happy, he wouldn't be
that way. So you see selfishness lies
at the bottom of his good cheer.
"Then there is he Dessiniit. Is ,i-








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discouraged because he thinks it it his
duty to mankind to paint dark pic-
tures? Not at all. His is another clear
case of selfishness. He gratifies him-
self by being unhappy and trying to
make others so. Love, too, is selfish-
ness. The maiden doesn't love the man
to make him glad. It's her own happi-
ness that she promotes In looking upon
him as the noblest work of God. Man's
love for woman has back of it the same
selfish motive.
"So, too, the philanthropist's love of
the world. He loves it and loves to do
great things for it because it gives him
a satisfaction to know that he is doing
wel'.
"Consider it from whatever stand-
point you please, and you must always
arrive at the same conclusion. Every-
thing that man "does he does selfishly.
It is always a case of gratifying his
own inclinations. It"-
Just then the wise man turned a som-
ersault .and skinned his nose against a
water plug. When he got up and look-
ed around, with the look of one who
was beginning to remember things that
had long been forgotten, his pupil
asked:
"Was it selfishness that impelled you
to stub your toe? Did you do it be-
cause it brought a sense of gratification
to your"-
"Say. you confounded idiot." the wise
man replied. "you ought to have that
grin photographed. It wbuld make a
good frontispiece to Darwin's works."-
Chicago Herald.
Muletiag Wagner.
Wagner when a young man wrote a
sonata which had a fair success, but in
after life he made every effort to sup-
press it. Going to the publisher, he
said, "Have you any copies of that mis-
erable thing still unsold?" "Yes," was
the reply; "I have quite a number of
them In stock." "Send them to me at
once. with a bill," said the composer
A thousand copies were soon after-
ward delivered at his door. The bil
was a big one. but It was paid. some
what grudgingly, and Wagner thought
he had done with the thing. What
was his surprise, then, at receiving two
or three months later on another con
signment, this time of 500 copies.
"I thought you had only a thousand
of these things." he protested. "That
was all I had in stock." explained the
dealer. "but these have been returned
by my agents, to whom I wrote that
you wished to have the sonata sup-
pressed." Wagner winced, but there
was nothing for it but to pay the bill.
And thereafter whenever business was
dull with this craft pblisher a few
hundred copies cf he sonata would be
struck off on shopworn paper and de-
livered at the composer's door, with a
memorandum to the effect that they
had Just come back from remote places
where they hr* been sent for sale.


His Hair Stood on End.
"Up to five years ago," said a pros-
pector to a St. Louis Republic reporter,
"I didn't believe in such a thing as a
man's hair standing on end." And
then the old gentleman told the story
of the fright that led him to change
his mind:
"I was in the mountains of Idaho
with a friend, and we ran short of
fresh meat, so one day I took my gun
and started off alone. I went into a
ravine and was making my way along
a little brook when I came suddenly
upon a queer sight. Not four feet in
front of me, in the. full blaze of the
sun, lay four mountain lions asleep.
"For half a minute I thought them
dead, but as I stood staring at them,
with my heart in my mouth, every one
of them sprank up with a growl. And
they faced around at me, looking ugly,
sniffing the air, with their whiskers
drawn back, showing the white line
of their teeth, switching their tails
and looking like demons.
"As for me, I stood rooted to the
spot. I couldn't move from sheer fright.
A queer, numb sensation began in my
ankles and crept up my body, and I
literally felt my hair rise.
"I stood there motionless for several
minutes. Then one of the beasts drop-
ped his tail and whined. The others
followed his example. My presence
mystified them. A few seconds later
they turned about and crept away
down the ravine, looking back stealthi-
ly two or three times to see me.
"When they were out of sight, I be-
gan to breathe again. I didn't care to
hunt any more that day and made for
the camp at top speed. That was the
time my hair stood on end, and my
scalp was sore to the touch for a week
afterward."


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


es


TO EXAMINE THE ENGAGED.
Indiana Senate Wants Physical Ex-
amination Before Marriage.
The Indiana senate has passed a bill
which is destined to limit divorces in
Indiana by preventing ill chosen mar-
riages.
The bill provides for the appoint-
ment of a commission by the governor
which shall be composed of two wo-
men who are mothers, two physicians
of conceded ability and one attorney
of high standing, whb. shall prepare
rules for the government of officers in
the issuance of marriage licenses and
of ministers in performing ceremonies,
and examinations shall be made of all
applicants for licenses, and no mar-
riage shall be celebrated in the state
unless the requirements are complied
with. The idea back of the bill is to
require physical examinations and an
inquiry into the parentage of the ap-
plicants to the end that their union
may be prevented in the event that
conditions ini-ical to the welfare of
society should be foreshadowed as a
result of marriage.
A PERSEVERING MONKEY..


Professor Garner's Story of Nellie
and the -MIntchhox.
Monkeys are a!wa:.-s halapy if they
have plenty to eat and something to
play with. Professor RI. L. Garner, in
his "Apes and Mlonkeys." says that he
recalls no investment whlich ever yield-
Id a greater return in I:leasure than a
certain little pocket match safe, which
cost 25 cents. He gave it to a little
monkey, Nellie by name, after putting
anto it a small key to make it rattle
and some bits of candy.
She rattled the box and found much
pleasure in the noise. I showed her
how to press thg spring in order to
open the box, but her little black fin-
gers were not strong enough to release
the spring. ,
However, she caught the idea and
knew that the spring was the secret
which held the box closed, When she
found that she could not open it with
her fingers, she tried it with her teeth.
Failing In this. she turned to the wall,
Pay Card-uffice of Inventor, Deer
Lozige, Tenn., Box 45. Stamp! Bettor.
Just received. Carload Reapers,
Binders, Mowers, Rakes, etc. Give us
a call. We cannot be undersold.
Gilmore & b--is Co.
To save mending, avoid breaking, and
to avoid suffering, prevent coughs and
colds by the timely use of Ballard's
Horehoud Syrup. It is a safe, sure and
swift remedy for all bronchial ailments.
Price, 25 and 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
St. Teresa-on-the-Oulf.
Mrr. A. L. Bond will open her Hotel
on :Monday. July 1st, for the Summer
months. This will be welcome news to
the frequenters of this popular resort.
Hacks will meet the train daily at McIn-
tyre, and everything will be done for
the comfort of her guests. For terms
see Mrs. A. L. Bond at "Jassmine Inn,"
on Monroe street. Remember, aiso,'in
connection with St. Teresa Hotel, Jasm-
mine Inn will be open all summer for
guests. 1mo
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 for all time. It makes
the stomach right.
Grain Cradles, McCormick Mowers,
Reapers and Binders, Rakes and Grain
Cradles and a full stock of repairs for
the above, at Yaeger's.
Real Estate.
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for sale. Apply to F. C. Gilmore, at Gil-
more & Davis Co.'s Store. 3-tf


N U~l N 'Ii Ih-,a,---,i.-.a~a~~'4


tnd, standing upright ,n -%n
her cage, she took the box in both
hands and struck the spring against
the wall until the lid flew open.
She was perfectly delighted at the
result, and for the hundredth time at
least I closed the box for her to open
It again.
The next time Nellie received the
match safe she was in her cage, and
through its meshes she could not reach
the wall. She had nothing against
which to strike the spring to force it
open.
After looking around and striking the
box several times against the wires of
the cage, she discovered a block of
wood about six inches square. She
took this and mounted her perch. Bal-
ancing the block on the perch, she held
It with the left foot, while with the
right foot she clung to the perch. With
her tail wound around the meshes of
the cage to steady herself, f4 care-
fully adjusted the matchbox in such a
manner as to protect her fingers from
the blow. Then she struck the spring
against the block of wood, and the lid
flew open.
She fairly screamed with delight as
she held up the box.

REAL ESTATE
BARGAINS.
TWENTY-FOUR ACRES OF LAND IN THE
corporate limits of the city. embracing build-
ing lots and truck farms all contiguous and de-
sirable. Apply to W. W. McGRiFF.
44-tf._
A RARE CHANCE POR INVE-'TMENT. A
commodious two-story boarding house with
upper and lower verandas, ample grounds.
stable ana well appointed store, on corner of
Gaines and Boulevard streets Buildings all
comparatively new and in good order. The best
stand| inj the city for boarding or mercantile
business, in two blocks of all depots. R. H.
Shops, Oil Mill. Factory. Ginnery. etc. For
price apply to W.w. McGRIFF.
OUR HUNDREDi aCnt. u. U U rJAtLx.
iing land on Lake Jaekson, one mile of lake
shore for pasture. Apply to
44-tf W. W. McGRnIFF.
EVERAL of the most prominent residences in
the city--on Calhoun and Clinton streets-
unsurpsaaed 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. MCGRIFF.
|[-OR SALE CHEAP-ONE-EIGHTH IN
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An old farmer for many y rs got his
dinner on market days at a small hotel
kept by a widow.
She bad long suspected .atat he ate
more than the price (Is. Gd.) .arranted,
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cordingly arranged matter* so that
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ing leg of mutton. He set to in good
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"Why, ye old silly." said fbe widow,
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-LonDn Answers.

Conversion Tbrougkh ork.
An old Cambridge friend of mine who
had a good deal of the wisdom of the
serpent in him had a farmertin his par
Isb in Norfolk whom he could not get
to church. Whenever he pressed upon
him his neglect or his bad example ne
was always-met with the sjaoe excuse.
"You be Aoo young and do not know
enough to teach such as I.". At last be
gave up the farmer in despair. But
one day be happened to pDss by the
farm while his parishioners Wdtis en
gaged In killing a fine Dig. My friend


said: "What a pig! \\ y,.tJ weight
stonerl "What dost ttbu know
pigs?" replied the farmer.. "1 only
be weighed as much." Wten they e
met. the farmer, to his surprise, t,
my friend that the pig hbjd been f
to weight Just 34 ston, lie ade
much to my friend's gratiication. A
thou wilt see me at cburcL next 8
day. parson."-Manchestewr Guardiaf

Wlbat Are We Coming Totl
The fond mother had just killed 10
her 12 children.
She was a happy wife.: and her h
band came home early evry night
"Now," she said, witt a content
sigh. "John can close with the ag
for that house."
This was 20 years froin now, w
so landlord would accept.a tenant w
more than two children.-New Y
Sun.

The Victimi.
"Some men," -said Uncle Eben.,
de reputation of being patient when .
troof Is dat dey's too inlolent to st
up fob whut dey Is entitled to.-
Washington Star.
A Literal Constriction.
In a school for colored children them
was a little boy who would perist hi
saying "have went" sa3 a contribute
to The Christian Endeavor WorId.
The teacher kept him in one nig
and said:
"Now while I am out of the r
you may write 'have gone' 50 time."
When the teacher cawe back.
looked at the boy's paper and th
was "have gone ;50 times." On tt
other side was written. 'I have w
ome."


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