Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: June 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00050
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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,'UTABLISIH4D l1881.
JOHN C. TRICEo, Publisher and Proprietor.


School Troubles Lead to a
Cowardly Act



Offer a Big Reward for Arrest
Conviction of Criminals.


The Leon m :ounty line splits the
Woodville settlement almost in half,
leaving the simialler portion in Wa,-

kulla county. i For sonic tine there
lias Ixen troulle brewing down there
(n account ol |he attendance of Leon
county pupils Ait the Wakulla school.
BPeing small chlfildren, situated nearer
the Wakulla wan the Leon school,
Sii}erintenden- C(ausseaux, of Wa-
kulla, permittWd them to go.
Some of tfie patrons became en-
raged, and al few nights ago the
house where tAe young lady teacher
boarded was attacked by ruffians,
shot into and *toned by them. It is
thought the schooll trouble caused
this, as the yoling lady is a daughter
of Rev. A. M-. Manning, of this
county, refined and very highly es-
toened by all who know her. She
was boarding at. the home of the
widow of the |ate Win. Moody, who
is also very highly esteemed by those
who know her intimately, i
The'affair Fas created intense ex-
citement, and at an indignation
meeting held at Woodville resolur
tions were adapted condenming the
cowardly act ind upwards of $260
raised to bring the guilty 'parties to

The resolmu
this morning,'
"We, the cit
meeting assem
the following

thesis to receive the doctorate de-
"Our loss is another's gain ." Pro-
fessor Pai in leave .aes liis recent po-
sit ion and our city with thle highe-4
estlwlein ;id ,-t wvislhs of its peo-

TII(S- \VI1) lPA\SSl-.).
At tlIe .une I'eachers' Examina--
tiomns in this o'.itityv, as ireviousilyv
sta:t(d, there were sixth appl)i(anlis.
(i' lmaii iiumilber forty-s\even -.,4
wliite. ,nid thirteen colored.
Amiong lhi. whites eihiiht passed for
tirst rraih(, s rin f(o" second igrtad.
and i'fileen for -third grade. Sev-
ent(. failed. O)f the colored ap-
plicailts on, pass,'d first grad(e and
se\Inli for liim 1rd radl. Five failed
to pass for any grde(..
Following i-s a liit of those wiom


ions were handed us
and are as follows:
izens of Woodville, in
bled, do hereby adopt

"Whereas, n the 16th day of ]
June, 1901, i the night time, un- a
known parties lid enter the premises n
of our neighbc Mrs. Mittie Moody, a
a widow in W ulla county, and did, 1
without cause or provocation, begin s
discharging fi arms and throwing a
stones into h( dwelling ,house, for 1
the purpose o. doing injury to her
property and making an assault
upon the inn ates thereof, to-wit:
Miss Martha Manning, with such
weapons; and !
"Whiereas, w deplorethat ladiesof
so much refinement should be so
ruthlessly treated, and such acts of c
violence being against our welfare;
against Christian society, and tend- ,
ing to degradO us and our families,
as w1ll as against the peace and dig-
nity of the county and State at large,
wI-. therefore, condemn such acts of
violence in the'most vehement terms;
and we do binC ourselves, each to the
4 1iierz, and premise that we shall use
-'e"Vry effort to:apprehend the guilty
)parties and h ve them brought be-
for .- tie proper authorities and dealt
wi'i ac-ording to law."

lThe friends of Prof. D. P. Par-
hami will be glad to learn of his elec-
tion to the clair of English Lan-
gilaue and Literature in the Univer-
sitv of Idaho.
Mr. Parham held the professor-
ship of Rhetoric and English Lan-
guage in the Florida State College
dutiring the forty-fourth session of
that institution, ending June 5,
101. In this position he demon-
strated extraordinary ability as a
teacher and profound learning.The
results accomplished in his depart-
mient have been most satisfactory to
the students and patrons of the in-
It is with much regret that the
Florida State College loses the ser-
vices of so able and efficient an in-
structor, and while his equal will be
hard to find we can but congratu-
late the institution that has secured

a.s-dl. togt-ther Xwillil the grade of
hleir certificates:
\\111I-: TEACIHEhS.
FP;ir Grade.--l. \V. Demillv, L.
V. lBanton, Ellen W. Apthorp,'ios-
ie Saulnts, Guy 1. Odomin, F. Walter
'ters, (Caroline Brevard, F. D. Gil-
ls. *
Second (Gradde.-Clifford Helton,
\. B. Carlton, A. D. Wentworth,
Ettie Allen, Florence Howell, Vir-
,inia Carrio, Belle Brown.
Third Gr'ade.--hos. Kelly, A. T.
Browning, Mrs. Bettie Maige, Fan-
lie Carlton, Julia Potter, Lilla
smith Lena A. Wilkins, Lucy Mar-
in, Susie Yent, Lena Yent, Eva
Pickett, Jennie Moore, Evelyn
Vooton Fannie Wilson, PaIuline
U'osta, Maud Fenn.
First Grade.-J. G. Riley.
Third Grade.-L. WV. Taylor,
MIaggie Long, Lilla E. Ryan, Ed-
ward Ryan, Irene Baker, Fannie By-
hewood J. I1. Morgan.
This was, we believe, the largest
number that ever applied at one
ime for examination in this county,
and that the spirit of the law was
complied with is evidenced by the
number who failed.:
On last Friday, June 14, the
Boys' Social Club gave a picnic at
rake Hall. They left town just
ifter a shower of rain, about 9.30 a,
m., and reached there just before
another shower. It soon cleared off,
however, and they played games,
strolled down to the lake and all
about the beautifully kept grounds,
then returned to the house, where
'stealing partners" and other games
were indulged in until dinner time.
An elegant table was spread, and all
present d(lid full justice to the fried
chicken, pickles, cake, etc., then
went for another walk to the lake,
where some took boat rides and
others strolled about enjoying the
refreshing breezes. It rained sev-
Oral times, but the jolly crowd did
not notice it, so happy were they.
That evening they returned home,
singing and giving the club yell
with all their might. This picnic
will long be rmemineibered by those
who attended.
The following couples were pres-
ent: Edgar Bowen and Clifton
Byrd, Bradford Byrd and Eunice
Rawls, Clyde Evans and Ebie
Quaile, Jule Evans and Bessie Da-
mon, 11Ro)y Housekeeper and Anni-
line Hlarvin, Kent Johnston and
Kate Mlickler, Walter MeLin and
Blanche Paret, Flagg Rawls and
Bershe Meginniss, Joseph Shutan
and Madeline Cohen, William Van-
Brunt and Clare Bowen.
They had three chaperons: Mrs.
W. A. Rawls, Miss Annie Rawls and
Mr. Alex. Harrison.

Yesterday morning, in Augusta,
Ga., James A. -Ball ,of this city, was
married to Miss Marion Bush, of
that city. The ceremony took place
at 7 o'clock a. m., and they left im-
mediately after for Atlanta.
From the latter place they go to
New York, to Buffalo, where they
take in the Pan-American Exhibi-
tion, and thence to other places of
interest. About July 1 they will re-
turn to this city, their future home.
The bride is a sister of Mrs. W.
D. Wilson. of this city, and the



1210., 91

iln tw'rdind wth its taleh
'llf Ol li F I J UI l fgfH ivin~zwat,,rs. ,hdightful bathing,
tfleihlid lhoatiig and fishing on11 the
(- -- diulf ear v, amil unexceilled hotel
'a('('i,,,,,,,lat iios. lan so its merits
Management Urges Prcmpt Has Extended t, Several i',rtl,, w ,,elt on ,,ere.L an-
;I 1 die next r(,,-ot, i ,,r,'der, has
and Careful Action. Florida CoUities '1,1 ,,1nYadervnlts, ,it is nt
',,1I' -- hnill I,.. St. Teirn-a on the (I ulf is
rVl it n hiii not I' ll4 i 1 14 vi-ain.
THEY WANT'liNMFOR ]ATON: MANY OPTIONS B NG TAKENlI,, has ,t,(i IS ii,. the ,,.
II+I I Mid a,, S liiv,;.r." claim are not ctuahledb \ ;liv
-f- th; l l r'rs. l.Be thatl as1 il ii;1 v. aI
Must Know as Early as Possiblk Not Yet Known i Will be the 1 rip )down ilhrei will lrov', most ide-
Amount of Space Wanted. final Results, .wever. i liihtfil, andl will well repay the
id1 lha--lnre si vk.r. Its hotel aicoim-
| ioihioallslis will this vear ai s in thle
To the xhiibtors of the Stte S ii- the T. exas oil. .i.. (y... rv and Ii1st. rfir sit. lassI. ev er.y rSIX-et. It.
Al t. r .i *i \%l- I..' under the Inailag ncjilnt of
Fair" '1" tie <(,id that thlre Ix tlrea besulting .ex .4ln WiLt and .,, |.L llr, -i. ,i -I S fV
fu* ... ..i. .. r .', t. n, asOndtissist<' I Mri1s. \\.
fi ll xilits of all of. the resoures 'l ion, the oil fek r lias spread- ls.
,[_hhitsx of+Illof te l'..itirt ,ll- through tile Ggulf ate.s--l~oul-s- "J, .,, s. ..
of tihe State, the' ilianageilent of the thr, t u ats- 'ou IA- *r. londu, a,, a lst.s, is too
lair fYelis that there is no time to b eia, .,ssissipp and .amana v known for f rther.comment.
lost fel those who intend to con- ich been affected in t i.rn, and now ro. who visited Ier last suilmer
oliur own fair Florida as taken pli' have imt (-vaisd to lprise the kind
pete it) preparing their exhibits at o f w ... < .iiavc not ceased to praIse tie ki
.IM the craze, ,andti hrougn] its S'outh~erun' _+
tonce. Every county exhibit should .era.e, nd through its Southern i ourtou, treatment tihev re-
..c"('ion- IS overrun wit proslxK'tOr .- ,. II l
be carvfule'ypreparel throughout the ;1, is o. rrn wit- I, ei veitl at lher hands. Every p Ileas-
summer. All farm products that .ll different sto of the fi re to be had at a coast-side resort
runner. All far products that discovery have been going the 1 ,
must ibe carried over the summer o ,in .,h a ('n 1* lad Situated on a
rounds of the newspa iers, thile fol- -oli
should be carefully looked after, that lo-inosms to be th. most rea pronijwnt bluff, a few yards from
they mav ibe in the bext possible con- ing t ens th.t tn t restoi.- itl ,.iauiful bav, with miles and
ab~le* : It seenmstmat, #car te si rl-... "
(lition when the Fair opens. There dence n og i Mr. miles of white sand beach, no inter-
of ee o rAnd rs. Vogt. in Mar- 1"e
is already a large demand for space, I veni vng country to obstnruct the cool
iol o unt y,'O iB ,]s a pondT -.11 A'ogt .. .... ,, ... : ..
an(d those intending to show should is a P:n Mrs- t ,, Gulf reeze, what more delighntfur
not icedl for a IOl,,r tllli that neithersptca o ihdfr
send in their applications for space nocd r a tha th, spot n I imagine or wise or
torsos., (hogs nor cattheiiwould dit nr k' eiia i
at once. Plens and sheds must be (lo nor eat. would drink And tle eralbgin, obathimg wading
il Adwater.tSherallear o, h, waAi-.(l- "
built for stock, and it is of great im- tl .tt. e alle .lr + etc.. a-c all to be hlad to perfection
b it fo stock, attention to the fs A, so one day when 1 (
portance that the management know they w e i by th p en i byv t wthat are that way inclined.
ti wrepssing, b tne pond! lie ,r
as soon as possible what will beot down and his n to his f space forbid our speak-
wanted. put. n ,. aftgreater length of these pleas-
owCounties should know as n the water,and discovered an *, "' --
ounties shoul know as soon as l suane inn to the ame urts ,o easy of access to us all.
possible what space they will need hich hadtesmllofkersaen.They ;re all there for the eking,
a cosnie atse with theil had the smellof kero wh %-should so many fly ta the
and communicate with the ma i-'Ahen the excitement of the oil!- In
agement at once.. Individual ex- W t e : o e oi northern places and allow them-
hiientr athouldeas Individual ,-gushers at Beaumont were filling the selyes hibitors 4iould, as far as possible, newspapers 1Mr. and rs.ot in-s h
make their exhibits a part of their esa t i stuffvhotel rooms, when they have
county exhibits, while they may at stantly thought of t e pond near better'and lehss-costly resorts so near
', i- -s them, and an apaivsis of the water i* -i \"
the .samle time show as an individual t, a a o t at hoiwe is a mystery to us. With
exhibit. followed, which show(-d prevalence Pana(+a, Lanark and St. Teresa on
e .of oil and the discovery gradually the ('lif it s to us that little
ead carefully all the rules and fo nd the discov the newspapers.
regulations in the premium list, and fouSince then it-is id that pros- more tan be desiredl.
if you have not received one, send eto tors have taken option s on as;
this office for it. The management much as 500,000 acre of land in RIARE AND RACY.
is desirous of giving every aid in that and adjoining co nties. They If miv one thinks a grading coin-
their power to exhibitors, and are at ate t ht niitte at a ublic school a chers
all times ready to give any informa- g a o t hunting rat a dicfsch lte prs'
tion they ingad have. We atr work- tionm All the pods n the county examitationlhastno 'difficult prob-
in to ne n ,a o th god ofth have been' visited and f a fish gets lems so slve, they are very much
in g to one. end for the good of the tirf4^ ^ ^ ^ \ ( n olo i g i ofl I I ]n
State. For information regarding tir of holding its br ath lets off a niistaen. Following is only a sam-
tst o address G. P. nin eaey, littg k air, thereby caun ng a bubble pie oiany papers turned over to a
exhibits, etc., to rime to the surface la d burst, the certain grading committee at the
General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla. pond, ai^t'..ow e idence of oil June examination. It is given ver-
MARIDT YTERDAY and the land is taken p on an op- batimlas regards spelling, punctua-
MARRIED YESTERDAY. tion at once. tion a d everything else except par-
Yesterday evening, at 7.o'clock, at All joking apart here really agrap ing. That was in keeping
the home of the bride's parents, this eos to be plenty of evidencee that with he merits of the composition,
county, Mr. George W. Trice and oil in lorida. As One Fr-
Miss Julia Brown were united in Ia ed tor exp Florida is "Ciposition What Our
U i e reses -,Floit", i J npoition 'W" t Ou
marriage, Rev. E. Trice, of this city, sUChp a wonderful StateJ has so many Scho-)s Most N,.d.' To the miem-
officiating. sibilities, and has pfwved to be so hers of the Gradation Committee: I
The ceremony was witnessed by richP I a
te ormors othe u rih in m minerals whicl a few years very deeply convinced of the very
fifty or more fends of the young wa thought im ssible to be great neceds of our schools in Leon
couple, who, as soon as in the State, te t Floridians Counfiv, and that needle are as deep
or If\ l pt an n iSr l thiTA T f vtonr n- _' ... ...

I7flUWIU /Ul/UL 11 I ILU-J IV A LVI J- U U..V1a
gratulations and best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Trice will arrive
here about noon to-day, and will
spend a few days at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. E. Trice, on Clinton street,
after which they will go to house-
The bride is quite popular
throughout the county, having
taught various schools during the
last few years, and in that way ac-
quired a very extensive acquaintance
among the people generally, while
the groom is a valued employee of
this office, and a brother of thlie ed-

Miss Ettie L. Cam, of Centre-
ville, passed through the city on last
Saturday, returning to her home
from Nashville, Tenn., where she
recently graduated from the Peabody
Normal College.
Before she left Nashville, Miss
Cam was offered a school .with good
salary in Marion county, Fla.
Prof. R. W. VanBrunt, another
Leon county graduate of this famous
college, has been for some time en-
gaged in teaching in Marion county.
Is there any gbod reason why we
should not offer inducements to se-
cure and retain in our own county
our best qualified teachers?

A old rpd exeneuin went from this

have ceased to laugh jt the report
o(f new discoveries, nj mniatter-how
wonderful they may bi'.
To show that there is every indi-
(-ation of oil we (1uotv an extraut
froimt thi Tamipa correspondent in
hlie Tiiies-Union reenmtlyv: Persons
who are faniiliar with the business
are now giving the matter close at-
tvintion, and have found bodies of
water where oil is so plentiful that
enough (can be taken from these
Idies of water to bprn brightly.
Cloth dipped into tht water and
wrung out plrodu(ces enough oil to
buni, alnd it is only a question of a
short while before tlie source of this
(il is located and wells ,-uink to tap
tlhe son rce.'
These C vidences of ie existellnce
of oil are not confined, however,
to the extremiie southern portions of
the State-for only a week or so
since oil was found in a well at Ap-
aJachicola. This discovery recalled
to a citizen of Tallahassee the fact
that the water in his vard has for
years tasted strongly of kerosene
and was "undrinkable', by the fainm-
ily, and the animals on: the premises
also refused to drink if.
So we may find "gushers" right
here in our midst-who knows!

From all the above evidences we
must admit the fact that there is oil
in Florida, whether or not in paying
quantities is a question;to be hereaf-
ter determined. Should that fact be
PRo+oka i]i 1 ofArmv+;iviv Flnridta's

as is tue Atlantic Ocean and as high
is Mt, Everetts. While we having
confi(L'nce in State Sulperintendent
Sheet~we are using our indeavors to
bring'around about needed reforms
along the line of (Citizenship by
bring-mg Negro Scholarship to high-
m't mark in an of civilization. What
our schools most need, the need of
our s.iools grows out of S(o-ial Sur-
rounding take rural s -hools of 150
children; to obtain intellectual food
from 4i teacher for 100 daIys of six
hours each in a small room large
enough to aeceomidate 40 pupils with
aeconLtidation to seat 30 scolars, no
water convenient and wood out of
thlie question and Rural teachers
wages. $20 on thie average, see other
side, VWhat our schools most need
)Dear Sir: I think the rotton foun-
dlationi of constitual provision will
answer at God's bear for tlhe pinch
and cramp life of big family, Ne-
gro, to which vocation God ihas or-
(dained him to, and our father
Washiaigton, entrenched to be used,
as a eonstitual provision to, be in-
dustry and civilization of American
citizeyj, But I -will excuse awaiting
next generation which will have bt-
ter fitness and acquirment for civ-
ilization after Superior advantages."
Whj-t percentage, kind reader,
would you have given this pers.'im,
who ctmine forward with self reliance
enough I to apply for a teachers' cer-
tificate-a license to draw public
funds 'foir "educating"' the youth of
Zvro- 10ift^i

)Vl. XXI. N' iy


Weekly Resume of InFortait
D- ents at Buffalo.


Mr. Pfeiffer Attracting Attention te
the Florida Exhibit, Etc., i:t,.

1,]tdTalo, June ,s.--t l ()k 1, .
enterpris., lilK-rality anl i; ,p.
aeumin'n of the Southern l ir,.|
the Southern Siates. tiroui. i iim I
that great railroad system'ruii. .,l
have a small exhibit in hx4 A.h, -
tuiri Building at thle 'ati-Ai-i..ri,-ii
Exposition. The names ,(f l
States are emblazoned in ll1oMthn lit-
ter. high up on the wall sp,;-,. %.-
lcupied by the exhibit of tIle Souim-
ern Railway. |
'The exhibit was installed il ii
Agriculture Building by Mr. (;reii,
of Washington, D. C., who iieirlo't-,
ed the same service at thle Paris I x-
position. I was gratified this m1o1in-
ing to see in it very fine l)ictires of
the super]) scenery ale i<. tlhe l:i'jk.
of the Swanannoa and Fret,-h
Broad Rivers, thle chateau of Ar.
George Vanderbilt from se-al
points of view, the mountain s
around Hlot Springs, and a view of
Round Knob, nicely framed and d-
vantageously hung. In this bui d-
ing agricultural products from 1ie
States of Virginia, North and So th
Carolina, Georgia, Florida,, Ia-
bama, Mississippi, Louisiana 1 id
Texas were artistically groul pd.
While it is impossible to do just (1,
to any of these States in the sn 1l
space necessarily allotted to lie
Southern Railway, this exhibit i a
great deal better than nothing. )n
the desk were scattered a number of
very attractive pamphlets show ng
the resources of this fertile secti n.
The exhibit is teniporarilv in change
of Mr. 11. A. Hayes, of Bost n,
Mass. Mr. Green is expected i(-k
next week. The literature, which is
given out freely to all who pass yv.
is superbly illustrated. There ar a
great many pictures of the cot n
mills in the several States. There, it
a fine pamniphlet on the (.ity of Ra-
leigh, which dwells particularly oni
thle tobacco and cotton miill ind(]s-
tries of North Carolina. it shl thle State as a producer of all ,iw-
cereals andl fruits, cotton, etc. S cial mention is also niade of the ijn1.
climate of North Carolina. I |min
sure the State owes the c(mside(ia-
tion shown her here nmainlv to lie,
influence of (Colonel Alexainder i1.
.Andrews, First V ice-Presildent of klic
Souttliern l railroad, than wihovi 11,)
inan in thlie history of tlie Sonth ;i .s
done more for her material aldva:ile-
ilvmnt. This is especially true ;+ -,-
.ards his native ',Stale o(f No I'
C'arolina. If tlie citizens (if l<4
State do not know ailid ad lipr.-;'t-
.his truth, they are inwiwortliy of their
past. '# IA
lir. M. V. iichards. of WVashiP.-.
ton civ, lias provedl hiimself ani ad<'
anid energetic first lieutenant of (0)1.
A.ndrews in pushing to tlie front th(
vast resources of the South. Tlii-
kind( of service is worlh l more to tlhc
masses of the people than ll, iiii-
peIachlment of every chief f .Justi-,
and Associate Justice "for political
purposes" in Dixie. Let them k<- .p
it up, and in time the whirr of c-,'-
ton mills and tobacco factories \,+ill
be heard throughout the land. FI-u,
crops of fruit anl cereals and all '.v-
idences of prosperity will be seen |n
every hand, when capital and skill
labor seek her fertile fields and 4ii-
excelled climates, t
Independent of this exhibit, Ala-
bama has one of the most artistic WL-
vilions in the Agriculture Buildir.-
Commissioner and Mrs. Gorman are
both there and extend a genui.u-
Southern welcome to all visitors.: LI "
have never seen a better installa-
tion than the one which Mr. Gor-
man has made. He has constructed





THURSAY, JNE 20 1901

uimses and arrived in Buffalo in
arn cond liti. Th ese peaches com-
awhod the ad migration of the visitors
who i'ow throng the Agriculture
S daily and linger long
'this pavilion.
STh It State of Virginia shows
wenty-five -varieties of winter apples
front' the mountain section. These
were sent by the Virginia State Hor-
ticul tlral Society. In the Georgia
exhibit one hundred varieties of cer-
eals are shown, grown on one farm
of twenty-five acres. The farm is
owni, by John Manget, and is near
aritt1, Georgia. Rice, cotton,
wheat corn, oats, hav, and cotton
seed are some of the one hundre:1
varieties shown. This is a remark-
able yield for twenty-five acres of
]and,, especially in the South, where
land is cheap and labor plentiful.
On the 20th of June, the second
large -shipment of Florida fruit-
bearing trees will arrive here. There
will Ie on the same date a shipment
of fresh pineapples, bananas, pears*
and .)peaches selected bv the Coin-
niissioner, Mr. Frederick Pfeifer,
who is now making the collection in
Forilda. In addition to these thern,
is ; very fine display of fancy
.'aniIned goods. Mr. Pfeifer will dis-
rilbule from Ilis desk handsomely il-
hisi1rahtdi literature, gotten i up
".1insi',r ihe lispicis of the Sltate of
]:fh6ridf hvh-lch w\\'ill prove very inler-
I'i1,_ t) ol those skin^ ll- ei ilk- in il],
.S witlii )ind. 'Hi'4'' is 1owli 011 cx-
.'6i i1,11,>n in the Florida
I 'r I 4lii !' I .a rriiI it s Il. X I- -

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Al_-:' .t ir".s life. l i.i -i ..- -. -t. *X v i.
w'';J'.s's is C'aut.i l !y 1il1' .'- !t\' ', ,ij ,:8.
if S !:,-.. k< r I i',, tiv : pt n 'f

i;kJ L) .- ." I i ,' i,! : '; i \\ :a I .,'
th c1rt.-4 l -1 1;. '1 .; 5 5 1-- tio, a ii -1%-.

aloin, I:.'i.. );:o',' i, .iiTV, t' i' Vha .'' ;It',; 5
.iak 'j i v i .i 'i .ll i-,, 1 IV l |>
2t ile' l t114' Wf i t 11 '01 i i t 9i. .,

'ixteenli tI ous.- n 1 r ;;!n (.iI
,oixcs of t< li rl ,r i'.. ar i 'iv i(l;i .
/;tll-AnIt--ri';illi l xi ) posi-ion '' l
issouri .Jne 3. Thes' (1 in11.-' i' roi
'Soutil'ih st ivo riii. in ati. 111du
ri i J) id il oni htt.. ThC li 1'.
pi'kt'o ]li ii- i th. 1 -ii h'-1>O Sl iik -r i .n)-s~
, -alil sent in r'e' (e.I.
.Abotit 100 i )oixs were ptiit on l xl)i
:)ition in lthe M.i S uii div ision e iof ,'.
11orticulturi, hBiildmin, Thcs .it
cYlue the l' and, Buhidach. .l'ver-
land, Wai'|fi~id, Arollin, Star ari.d
Philips.- The Philips is ai in1\\.
Serrv illn thie east'rInl niirket ai. ii
striking variety. It is very" hir: 11
of irregu ar and peculiar Aiape. The
Ilsaverill un is i sialer fi',,l!t bit i )r
excellent flavor. Tih Gandy sellii
to I)e ai large and vl'ry filn ,ito!) per.
lhouigh 1 kicked a week before, it wa.
oas fresh as if just off the \iinl<. 'Thl(
o3thr:rs are well known vrii, lites boti,
in the East and West. These I brri.s
.are not from hot houses or forcing
beds,i bu1t direct from the inilnenlls .
open beds-just such berries as Mlis-
sourians have been enjoying for aI
.month or six weeks. The display\
has beIen the centre of attraction iln
the Horticulture Building. Pleoph
have flocked around it and mnanv
S were fortunate enough to get a taste
of the delicious fruit. "I hlia en't had
a whiff of such berries since I was a
,child in Missouri," said a gentle ohl
lady in a wheel chair whom the fra-
grance of the fruit hall greeted at
the East entrance. In spite of being
six days off the vines, the fruit was
rich in color and flavor, varying in
.rhade from the blushing red of the
Gandy to the rich deep crimson of
the lHaverland. Commissioner Bell
tells some fabulous stories about
berry growers in Missouri who train




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1ip single vines and raise berries thlv
ize of apples, but these are believed
onlyv by .1issourians. Hlowev'-r, (m,
important fact conlcerrni,'f tlith
strawerries now on exhibition i,
that they did not come friofn tile fLr
South--;s san11 visitors' sente lo
thinkn. ('(. lBell went to lMi -(ur:
,last week ;and saw tlsi .el'irie-s
.aiiheredi fromn the ri4 .l;i irawl.rr\
i;f i ()s I*1 the Sta.le.
\ Tih ,.n' riom wine .cxllilits ,of tl -
Illor,. ultur l I lil lin,. fin i l a; rival
inl li i .- r i. l i i: il* .!-- >i \ ,, i lt- fl'!
;i i\. f (I'l:rkl vill l is- iri. T l. ir

:; i i.- is l.ii i- '!'! v1 1111, ,
'I'r lln i. t \ .li l k l ,.\\ l) !;i \ .I'v -i ,,I "
;! i, I'r,.-K i, ll i: ;, til '1 I ,,T L i t -i .

": 1 1. l "" 'I'l ,

lose is a sure thing. Bii liui ne.s. k-
liW.laChe, furredi tongue, ftv-'r. pile-
liand thus and othn ter i tl s ae ca in-

rets Cand n Cathoarticl. tvihe wonderfult-
ew liver t i" u ant a ,rin lines. inalt' ;tli'
arer Ialil druggist s guairlteed to curei
or onA refunded. C. C. Chin. are a sur

lose is a suthing. Try a box to ( iliun ik,
";IVdache, furred tongie, fe-v.r. pile;,

Sampled thousand booklet free. Se are aur big
rets Cany Ca thart, the wonderfulthe
lew w timueclantand inesinalo: 1. Thei<
ighare y all drud wts guadteel to lcrgc
or iIonIly refunded. C. Can. a. aF, sure
thing. Try, al box today: l ac.,h.,50.-
Sample and booklet free. Seeor our b

itself iainstre the fouin r side- of te i
bottl e .
Tilid e.\;iiiiind totes .iire twatrle
took psie in ndr strawblerry dcpa.rt--
boeit of mre Missourt Hortiultural
xtndart Vesteritae. ahe entire ex-
hiobit an Card f u1 The Se
lage, slisthwarth was be ade ton eca
oT. loippin, Nichols, Missouri. The r
tgrahing. included im thye order .ivi:.

)uanpl, adeore olaup and J. Fur-
erson, all of Monett. Eacrsh ex-
hibitar displayed the seven varieties
Mentioned above. Missouri hlia reas-

it possible under favorable circum-

acre. From a dozen to twenty
standard waraeties are grown for.
Tiom i adn, ancy house. The Stat ha

Iange, so thalt l.r r. ac in .sea-

iltral exhibit expects a fresh ex-
hini xin on tueay.

Captain Hobson's memorial
speech made at Detroit on May 30th,
in which he advocated one Decora-
tion Day for both the Federal and
Confederate dead has provoked a
great deal of favorable comment
from the cosmopolitan newspapers
North and South. The speech is

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iA S St rmnWM~MEd Pin' Cat
miMatO 1841 ta. .tr@.g1- I MIGN 800
1 *we my baby's Kb to a
I earnestly ask mA meek.,. vhs
haye ulekly ofdomeat ds"a M).m
0a wy sm, beaton and -whatedo
emsik willbe. Res~m~

'rv1'r. E. i,. Kellogg .C('omnpany,
Funk & W agnalls (.Company, 'New
York Weeklv Witness, JuddI
('oinpany, 1'hlel)s Publishing Com-
pany, Public Opinion. The high-
handedness of this proposedI rule is
shown I) the fact that in his cir-
cular Mr. Madden frankly admits.
that Congress has lwen asked three
times by the Department to so re-
strict tihe second class rates and has
three times refused to do so. Now
the Department discovers that it can
act without a special law in the case,
and proposes to work a "reform"
that Congress has three times re-
fused to bring about.
According to Minister Leischnian
at Constantinople, the Porte has
again promised to pay those mission-
ary claims, and, it is added, this
time seems sincere in his promise.
Four. United States Ministers dur-
ing the last nine years have been try-
ing to collect this indemnity with-
out success. Minister Terrell first
took it up, then Minister Angell

$1oo Reward $1oo.


the late war in Michigan, an officer
of tile (. A. 11. In doing .so this vet-
eran remarked that .is an American
he was ;as proud of the bravery of
Lee., lohn--oin and Jackson as lie was
of that of Grant, Shermian and
Sheridanl. At the close of the
si'ecb, C(apt. ]-obson was given all
ovation by thle people of Detroit. An
ilmnense, crowd assembled to hear
hint speak. Of course, he acquitted
himself with credit to his section.
He will .'spend the summer on duty
at the Pan-Am\nerican Exposition.

This Will Interest Many.
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.). the
famous Southern blood purifier, quickly
cures cancer, blood poison, pimples.
boils, carbuncles, uleers, eating sores.
scrolula. eczema. aching bones, joints or
hack. rheumatism, catarrh, and all b ood
and skin troubles. B B. B. heals eve, y
-.orp and makes the blood pure and rich.
B. B. B., the finest blood purifier made.
Druggists. $1. rrial treatment free by
writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga.

Wat.sihinioln. June 1]5.-Thie Cu-
!;u-li. have yielded to tlihe miilight (of
ithe Inliled S'Iates :;ind aldopled thelli
I'lit Al l endl ilN vt wilhou l iefc e.x-
phinali;(li.- in]ale Iy Mr. Rool-for
\which i ie reful.ed o, 1) i nd l -lirill\v
\v ,l op nut inio .olii ,e' .;iiill will ito- l
ll i o ll I r u i ch ll tl -I;' )-. .l i| 'i -

)>!IS l' r 'l ri li.r t ';v in e\;Ir ;I-
ii, ;! lli !l 1t i r i' l ,- l\ 4iiiii ii
1i1l 1. ll;'. <'- |it i ; ;i' l .i l itl l i2'-

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t; r,' 'i" ; 1 -ij i riin w, i- ii -; 'e .

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,; :1 .4 'lil, I h i.e l 1 -1 1 1 il x
.'I T ..Hi.d ,:,"r'.'j \l iI 'e .i sii';l\ 'i-

4i l, l !ol ,- 1 i li ;iv .i l i, li 1i i'_ -

their rl i it' l' 1 as 's o e

eli 4 ,4 i -'t' ui' le and M','-ir. Mad- i i

4-*4) t r Is ovl'rwhen lm'! i nglv in a't'ior
lf it. lit' takes a o n li ll iri !t ,the 01) ',

p'i(i, n 1) of ; u h'l" -ull'1 ish ieri .:1- thi('
i 'l, ury. l (1 l i'e' llp > i' llu s'. Life.
S opany, iliiml':, tf ii P u l 'i>iltng

(i'oiipanv.l (li th1oreg'r wilonl \or, IN
hristin (h1'riyinXk few York O'

Cihristian \Vork, -New York 01)-

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il4 M ) (14I .\1t 5r'-.. ,. i t ,11 i ordI.
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t le : M r; '. a. ller. ;:ll i'-
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rei-l ib''r l e'd. wis ole of t.he Wild of.
,'e i l tv r iL'p, )lil'a ,. ":-i s, tood I, Y
\le inlev o)n account of th pledge
ili thi' t iei)li ;i ill iiitfoi-1' wili l which.
Aiter thile reference to ifnltent iatl 11a
I' ietailisnia, added. II,-e words
lwilt'--lil wv oleg o'urselv'es to pro-
iote."Mr. Ch andalor liravindr failed
of re-election. offered a reward to tltx-
person who added these words to the
pse latforf A nutor of claMiant d upon credit for that dwila !-
rtierut, nator Fo akhe fouband of
the final(draft.of the platform, awnd
it appears that the words "which we
"whledge ourselves to promote were
interlined in pencil in the handwrit-
in of Senator Lode.r avingr. Cand-

would not have been elected if the
platformn. had not while declaring
for opposition to the free coiat dlar-
of silver except as the result of the
international agreement, also de-
clared that the Republican party fa-
favored such an international andwree-
ient if it could be secured. That
immortal declaration twise made
MKinley President, and the fidelity
with which the pledge has been ful-
filled the world knows."
The word has gone forth from the
Administration that Sgreemenator Cul-
lared must hate the next chairman of
the Senate Committee nation Foreign
Relations, not only to keep Senator
Lodge, with his radical ideas about
abrogating the Clayton-Bulwer
treaty, away from that post, but also
because Cullom has taken a strong
stand for reciprocity and Lodge is
opposed to it. Though there -has
been no open public avowal on the
part of the Administration of what
.the Home Market Club would call
tt\ so- -- 1-

111 Use fr-ovr l'CI'344 lm.8118%lhas;roaIiethe s:'ii,'-O
I I.v,N(.11 jimile iade Il144 WI'per-

110OW.-I F)1 deceve tzi~ : I Is t;,u.
AsI (Caomtterleits, Iiiu'Rat snis and ISubihstittes : So~-l Ex
]4ink'iIeints ilist; tl-ii4 AiZ- it. aukI i itti1i"-er i letheah' 11iiof
an~nts and CI'ildren.-Exjperiem(ce against Exped i wnt

What i's CASTOR I
Cas foriaisa -u.ttfe for Castor OH, Pare;Zor~e, rops
aipd Soothing' Syrjaui;. It is IHarml~ess a.- ud le;t:u 1. it
cuittains meitlier Ol'itmn, 3Morphine nor other -Na cotic
slibstanaec. Its age, is its guarantee. It de'stroys immonu
aibd allays Feverisha~ess.' it cures Diarrhstea. and gVitid
(1,$ic. It relieves Ti~etldw- Troubles, eures C(on'.-t itti io
auad FlatulcIH'3. It assimilates tihe Food, i'eg'uiht 4s tilie
Stomm3.h anad Bowels, giving healthy and natimtal ~ep
Time Children's Panace'a-Time Mothecr's Friend.

I 4Bea'n the Signature of

The Kind Yol H

S In Use =or
^__- ___ T CH W eMT'" s cJPUS. "'


Over 30 Years.
7 MURV'"Wccr.. ci *Wvo itc"...


FIll line of Cook 9toves, nges and Htfere. A full line of r lg) .ate-
Sboh steel and ron. A tine of team Fittingi, consisting ,)f p
Pipe Fittings, Injectors, In Whistles Steam Gauges, Ohwk an-1 G148
Valve Also a ull line of bber and Lqather Belting, Lace weather, Belt
Hooks and Steam Pain. f ie of i ress and thraes Laler. -e
brated Chattanooga Cane Mi neo, a sizes. Call on'



In good condition she is sweet and lovable,
and sings life's song on a joyful harmonious
string. Out of order or unstrung, there is
di:cordance and unhappiness. Just as there
is one key note to all music so there is one key
no't to health. A woman might as well try
to fly v'w:hout wings as to feel well and look
wal w'h.s the organs that make her a woman
are v.-weak or diseased. She must be healthy
in.: de or she can't be healthy outside. There
a: -3usands of women suffering silently all
ovcr the country. Mistaken modesty urges
their silence. While there is nothing more
admirable than a modest woman, health is
'jf the first importance. Every other con-
s deraticn should give way before it. Brad-
field's Female Regulator is a medicine fov
women's iils. It is
thesafestandquick- T
est way to cure l-u- --
corrhea, falling of \lp I
thewomb, nervous-
ness, headache, \
backache and gen- i '-A
eralweakness. You i
will be astonished
at the result, es- i ;:
peciallyif you h,-'.'e '
been exper:-n.nt- /
ing with other so- (" a ;/
called remne-dies.
We- are noat a; .
you t3 tr .:82".r-
ta;ntv. -- s
Reg or' : di. e t. ,,,d
harn ....- .:. :" i '
has d.,n' fC o'", rs
it carp do for
se: .i dru'; s re.s
for $1 a bo:.e.

b .1 ..U, t A
L- to L \lm .,v ': *to

'Congres- The conflict is not eon-
fined to1 he question raised by Rep-
resentatire Babcock, who proposes to
place products of the Steel Trust on
thie free ist, but extends to ihe pol-
icy of o ,!ning new markets and of
fostering trusts as a means of under-
selling i' 'als in foreign mark 'ts.The
President: holds the opinic with
which li is credited that tlheke must
1be sonicm exibility given to Ilhe tar-
iff sv'ste 1-through feciproiity-to
facilitat( the fulfillment. .of his
dreani 0 commercial supoenmacy..
Some of his Cabinet Ibelieve flat the
country as outgrown a partv of the
lieeds of protection and tliatjto find
markets s now the thing. i

If the mach performs its f4inctions
actively nd regularly. the stood of
which it is the receptacle, trans
-formed i to blood of a nourishr'g qual-
ity. which furnishes vigor andfwarmth
to the w )le body. Herbine gvtes tone
to the sto ach and promotes igestion
ard assi milation. Price. 5V c nts.
Wight & ro.

Chin Method of VVe'lnuinsg.
M:. y "'l *vcl. 1".s i', s;iir:i:'i. f;ii'A 'ii 'hin
have t ao uitn d ti'i)1Ii 1k. aiii'l;> tl
siniguhlr :'.k of k Liinoi'-.L' sl oi.',the ;is-
tvnces t 'oS liheir <.iiniry oriet,->ei
tLeir toi .s ih ll: i.'x .ls ii;i C i lilt 'hi-
Il'Se. Ilfat oiln (own you iil)<4; '!r the
dis::inlet1 jlo l .he lR'x!. yt;,i by -e to'd
that it is O li (oint-tli 'd orf a iilei. but t
upLiati ai''rr i. ;i t lt'h tus\vii yot will le
S1n'lririse(q to linil w t'i s ::il.: -. :k to
the l0-i frosli v.1]i-h l1 iI li:!i v jJUS!

JUNE 209 1901.

Come is 24 11 aia mtat the cost or
neying back again is corresp oidiugly
greater than the cost to go to it.
The Chinese measure dist;;n<-, not by
rule, but by the amio'nnt of plhy.i-;i ('n-
ergy required to traver:i. t:ni,. m Thir
wage Is based on a :\\\ of :. h
amount that'lt ta-lv;.: t :. i45 4. I .;..
given load, one pe.L it, li. ,;:i *
ground. If the r..;: frn;~. ,
down hill. te ;. is r. :.
less than the actual l::,:-ir ;: ..
cause it is supp :! : ::. :
to travel in tlir 'l i:- : ", .
Chinese say. "i'I: r-,. slho-t." It nat.
urally follows tlat in ti-n ;\ li. tile
other direction, frti ;; I l:a'k i,, B.. the
road being a graIdu:l sic :... :
expenditure of 1u1c i --..:l..,.
"The Ii are loll'.'." .lid in ( -r!.r I [, a
fair compensation for ihiO,, \,r. 'tlhe
carriers must see that the gisi,. aid
the charges are corresp) o-i.'v in-
creased. With this expl:f ;iti at
has often appeared as a\y ,f'tha
Chinese becomes simple a ,1 '-o
ble.-Leslie's Weekly.

A Wily AnDwCe.
The shah of Persia on-*e asked &
group of his courtiers I\!,,iu the.
thought the greater iman, lii..rit :
his father. At first lie COuiJi .., no re i
ply to so dangerous a quC; i,,. 1e an.
swer to which might cost fl. urtierj
their heads.
At last a wily old <' : said,
"Your father, sire. for i yu
are equal to your father iin ".rr.
S t'cts in this lie is sli;.> : .,
that he had a greater so(. ";1'. '. Yuu
hnv "


yru BROIEDf![

Atl~altd, Gil.



M. E.'p nci, -,uth. M. E. H. Mabry PIa-
-. v,: Prenchinp evtr) -abu-tth 11
A. .; *P:- P.M. aabbatb School 9:15 A. YM.
Prayer 'te tirig, Wednesdav at 7;:30 P. M.
W tI.i-.YA MrTWu)TCHUbCR. J. J.B. Watts,
pa-tr it ci iar'. Preaching at the old Semi
nry cv ery third .-ui:day at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p i. raver-mccting every Thursday night.
und ay-l-iool. '2:30p.n m.tery .u.daay after-
n 1.ii-Ietiig sundaynih" 7:30o' ckek.
astor. -er, -es will be held regularly every
Sunday at lI:t)lA. NI. ind .-00 P.M. SeStsare
free and the public cordially invited to at-
tend. Siundaiy Sehool at l00 "A. M. Prayer
Meeting \Wedne day. 7:30 1'. M Union Chris-
tian Endeavor Meeting. 3:30 P. M.. Sunday.
lt.arris' CUiiU1RH.itev. S. M. Provence
pastor. Preachkintr at 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
every Sunday. sunday School at i0 a. m.
prayer Meetiig Wted eeday 7 p.m. A cordial
welcome, is ext.ndledl to all.
s-ier:, Pastor. Services; Preaching every
0-ijd!! o--- l j ,- '. Friatty vveningt rer-
S--7:i4 .- suidav School at i. A. M.-
CATm 1It. t tnt1" e ..%.-]3 I B'4"1- 1%1 g l -
toSrvl Ii~' Ma and Sermon at9 A. M
tt .CIr I.II ..:i. M. L6 r m a mnd lleu c-
btll n n -'1" '
" 4,I mtth d V:. ) se :45. A .M
1 L ,.I.i .n o Ioiy.B.ibnIs tor sale at avl
tites at (tst pri.'-- :t' The ",.L HA 5A E^
C. M. I cF:. i'i .i II 3 Si t ll'llt 9.) )8 D.,
Profeslr.I G. Itiiey .-uiperinteudent. Preach-
Prayer %.cting-i 'r'ut-day jight. ClassMeet-
rg Thursdaydy m--h.t
n Trla F. BKIUNON, Pastor.
DIRFcrois' M-VETINO '1 lie Board of Dirce-
tors I th Litnitry Association hold their
n eetirigs thit third Friday evening of each
monthly' 1t 1. im. It the library.
Those whoare-interested in Christain Sci-
t.,nc will l welgouit-d at the residence of Mr.
l wvis whire the ser% ice wih be held
ilt a Ut 11 :30 u.m.,V ednesdays at 7:;) p.m.
1. 0. 0 F
r e regularr meettiugs of LEO)N LADOE NlO.
, are h ld ever Tuesday Evening, at their
Lode. Roiom, at 8 o'clock. All Br(.:ners in
.ood.4anding aro inrVited to attend.
K. I.. CO.WLILSN, N, ..

FN- I MNENT.4t-iiar mieetingS Of Ali-
,fLL' seCAMPM4NT No 2, are held tl t st
and third "Thursaty Evenings ot eac moint,
%tIhli r !( Lcde fltom, at 8 o'cl(!ck. A I Pati-
archs in good standing arc invited to.attend.
W,. 1 ..v IN'1tS U i. Sit.. C. P.
W. H. CHANCEy. Scribe.
Ta,'an:ts.ce Looge, No. 326., meets second
and flurtis Thurjday eveningsof each month
&L t is~nicHall.
t Masonic ElJ E. FHILBRICK, Dictator.
KV. H. CHANCIf. Reporter.
Cicero Lodge o14. I K. of P.. meets every
riluridray evening in Castle Hall. Visiting
Knights arc orally invited to attend.
J. F. HILL,I. ofR.s. -'9
( S. of theE.)
Holds itsm eettng every Wednesday even-
Hog at eight olock,t at its Lodge room up- door east of the annex of th e Opera
House. All o ibers of the Order i .good

Tae regular (
Chapter No. 1, w
rourtb Mondaym
M.m W.i
I Regular U
go. 1, are held o
In each month .

DR. E. M. BI

G BO. w. WA

Office o0


vocation of Florida R. A.
I be held onthe Sece0d and
of each month at 8 o'clock

. MolrweiO, SB., Secretary.
the t and third Mondays
t8 o'clock P. M.
MCIlTOH. SR.. Secretary.

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Graduate 18 University liary]and,
Batimo.e; Post Graduate 189
Bfsl School, C1ago. ---

1W Preservation of Natural Teeth,
Gold Crownv, Bridgework. and Metal
Plates a Specialty. Gas administered.

Repairs all nds of Househld articles
ev -ryday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchels. LockS.
Keys. Fastenin k. Guns, Pistols. Shooting Out"
fits. Umbrella alio Bicycles and Sewing Ma
chines. Shop ,n Jefferson Street n e
City Market york done on snort notice- and
at low orice *

Gent's V


'rnishing Goods,

Monroe Street opposite St. Jame
Select stock. of Gent's. Furnishings.
Full tock of Stationery,

aVV b a n 8 uraiglt or a nusli. aUim1 .1.&m.
POKER, FAIRY TALE a straight flush. something that oi.-.s HIS DISTINGUISHE) VISITu,.
once in a great. long while in a pokir P
game. 1q fact, Manxy came to ti.4 A Poetons Reception haW t At- -e
QUEERCLIM OF THE IND UP conclusion tha Carter had a straig President G;rwvy.
JACK POT OF THE GAME. flush. and the fact of the natter was' S-vearo de 1II"-'tca. the m!i i
that a straight flush !n spad:s.. k.i:-t ter cf pu!,lie works in thi lhouvier .V:.1'
Mauxy Displayed Wonderful Poweru high. was just exactly what Carter h:i: net dul'rinll the presidLnc of M. (;T vy,
of Perception and Analysis. Won seen In his five card when he picked 1cItilanftle] to the famous i tturalizeld '::-
-the Pool and Saved His Opponent them up. ban f:tmily, of which an ther liueQ ', ,
the Amount of the Last Raise. "Manxy deliberated a long time be- the ('omt de Heredia, is ne of tihe- :.
fore hie 'amle in with his $*)0. but hle 1Dortal 40 of the French. *ademy. 3 ..t
"Manxy was one of the best p was out $7 r $100 on he ame a of the family have dar. spins, su'pl-
players I ever saw. He was a good as it was the last pct he determined to cious!y mulatto, and otl r negro char
winner and a good loser. He played stand a good bit of money in the hopes acteritics." This has, h wever. in no-
his cards all the time for everything of ma: ing a recoup. He drew to a pair wise interfered with the r standingly i
they were worth and then some more, of tens and caught one more. Manxy Paris. whre several of t e family have
and he played a game that was simply started the betting with a $10 bill. The long l,.,n prominent. T e former \in.\-
Insoluble." other man dropped out. and Carter saw sister had also lhen pr ident of tlheo
Tie board of trade man leaned hacl the $10 and raised $25. That looked asy munirilmal counsel of 1'a is and a depu-
Thes board nt aema rens c k though Maixy's surmise about thei ty fro m a Paris arrondis iment. i
In his chair and smiled reminiscently. straight ush whi he thought Carter Iis dark skin led to curious ms
"Manxy not only had Hoyle down so was hohling was good. I deliberatedS take at the Ellysee the d- after he hadI
that he could recit' the po'-cr rules for some time. Then he ..aid: been appointed a neml, r of the lu-
ba.-kwar-d and say 'sir' after each "'Carter. I lhink and everybody vTier c:l:net. According o inmmem.,rii;
word. b.ut he rose to the higher science! around here .thini:s you've got sonie- custom theo new minister calle-d singly
of the game. Hle made a careful study thing e-t:r than fours. I was playing peeton On the sat r to ay *ta-hir rh-
of every man around the board, and he you for that. l*ut now I'll tell you. peIts. On the siale < i yi as it lla:-
never played a card but what he darted Carter. wv.-hat I'm going to do. I've norP pent.h n official visit was exlx-tlid
a keen. sweeping glance at every play ticed that your eyesi ht is had and that roniti. ll( was to e of e rept h is tter of
er and drew his conclusions as to what tobacco smoke wlen it is right in front the r was to pdsnhen I. de I t Icrd
they were about to do. If a player h:ad of your ft:e a) vay. Interferes for a thre i the courthen Iof e prlae. th'
any little tricks or habits that asserted moment or two witi. your vision Just arrin<1 in the court of the pln ce tll
themselves in spite of efforts to repress as you picked up your cards I noticed nl'lw.i oEils station ( tIhere, tt .l:
them, Manxy knew them by heart. that you puffed a great cloud of smoke were' llt lfaliliar with ed nw i,::'! -
"I will never forget the night he took out of mnouth and that the cloud t'plexis tht he wa r tle hilis nl :-
Carter into camp. Carter was a good, of s.uoke w' s in your eyes when you Iryex'"t.;, tt h was tTl l lhe -
eool, nervy player too. IHe was an old looked at your cards. Now, I believe tar- ]l lwl uryi l t' ti1u v ', f'i-
player and possessed splendid judg- that "y-ou think you have a straight, to wIt- ll:(es. vhih, the ,li-r
ment. One night we had been playing flush. but I don't believe that you read oftli!v president's ni!i ;rn :hs; :,h
several hours. ando as !t was getting to- your cards orrectly. I am going to do! Vent to inform M (rv the dk-
ward daylig'it we agreed to have one something that inay seem to be awfully! ti il vitrs .
more round of Jack pots and then gc bad poker, considering the hand I have, I M. ti Ilt-,.t !w e :.ll thi. w1 Ith
home. We had our round of jack pots. but I am going to play you for youIr H ei o r. nlw-lt
three of which Carter won, hnd then poor eyesight. I see your bet of ."5 na (Tnisti- befi- ki. he thou!,t
decilcd on one last consolation jack and raise it $25 more on the ground, tilis- ,;', pu"ia ws .n ,ll%'. tly ft. lis:.:i,
pot, with no limit but the roof and $-. that your eyes deceived you. You'd .l l'i:lly, with ti hatin ','
to come in. Cr.qter raised the come ill better study your cards before you see r ie s, was us,:] dilto the r.-,
to $20. and (-v .eept MNaixy and one o her plaiyter "We all waited in breathless si'-nce sto'1 r.:;.ly ,. t..',* ive hi'm. "V'. ."
Manxy c:!letl "eor three c<-ars. sJ:o)vitii for a moment, then Carter quietly, .; ,hd ei. -"'it's on !v u. llrI.--i:"'
that be lt'.l ,only on.- .i :ir or n li gl ar threw his cards face upward on th.i .'V; .. y',. V!. le Ip.. i-.Int.t" r-:.ali<
all; the ot!cr 1; tooI k two .natld:, indi- table. th ,puz ,, ,I nist... ;evy b- t "
eating that li inust have ihl'-es of a "'You're right.' he said quietly. "1 haui:-. V'ell" hI r e ""you lhav,
kind, or elso hie wouldn't have paid -' thought I had a spade straight flushi, be!en n1-r only 24 ours :npl ii:ti
for the privilege of playing any lonu-l king high. in mny hand. What I thought s5C1!ee. -l. in turni'mi I1 v h!e;,,U-< ui,-] V.
and (Carter slood pat. was a nine of spades was a nine of down. \vW,:it will you do l;Uater onu' -
"That looked bad. Carter had never clubs. I lose.' "-Chicago Tribune. Chicago liHerald.
been known to stand pat on anything
but something that was worth wlii.'.
He must have had something pretty A Wiplaeed Leter. CHASED THE SUPER.
good to raise the come in to $20, and The transposition of letters in theb
his standing pat argued that he either same word sometimes produces thej The Excitiavg Rae Between K- .a
had fours or else a straight or a flush. [most ludicrous results. In "The Still nand the Stage Hand.
He bud tbetrayed a nervous start when Hour," which was written by Profess- Some strange tales h. ve been told by
he first picked up his hand, and t or Phelps. Is the fine line. "The still- old timers in the stagI business about
argued that lie had seen something aw- ness of the hour Is the stillness of s the Keans, both the el er and the last
fully good. Now. Manxy had seen the dead calm at sea." A large number to be seen on the merican stage.
start that Carter gae and knew hi was printed and disposed of before it Some have said that Ird study made
style of play well eugh to argue that was discovered that "clam" had been them a little wrong at Iimes, and some
Carter had sen something even better iatet.r ".ir." of the things they did certainly looked


Louisville & Nashville Railroad.
In Effect April 14, 90o1.
New Orleans and Mobile.
No. 4 No. 2 No. 3 No. 1
12:35n'n 11:05pm ............Pensacola............ Ar 5:3oami 4:00ppm
2:22pm 1:0r2Pm .............. Flomaton..... ... Lv 2:35 am 2:30poi
4:22pm 2:55am .............. Mobile ........... Lv1'2:30n't 1:35' pm
8:25 pm 7:30eam ...... ...New Orleans........... Lv 8:00pm 9:30 am
No. 2 No. 1 No.1 No. 3
11:05 pm 12:35 pm Lv .......... Pensacola...... ...... Ar 4:00 pm 5:( 0pm
6:15 am 6:30 pm Ar ...........Montgomery........... Lv 11:15 am 9:35 pm
11:59 am 9:12 pm Ar ..........Birmingham....... .. Lv 8:33 am 4:05 pin
2::0s am 9:20oam Ar ............ouisville............. Lv 9:15 l,m 2:45 am
7:20 am 11:59 am Ar ...........Cincinnati............ Lv 6:00 pm 11:15 pm1
7:20 tan 1:30 pm Ar 1...........St. Louis...... .. Lv 4:15 pm 8:5.5 pm
No. 21 No. : No. 2 No. 22
11:55. pill 7:"M) am Lv .. ....Pensaco'a.... ....... Ar 10:50 pm 6:30 pin
12:15 n' l 7:13 amn ............... Boliemia.............. 10:;; pm (;:06 pmi
12:24) n't 7:16ain ..............Ynie-tra.... ....... 10:34 pm 6:01 |>pn
12:23 n't 7:18 am ............. Es e:mbia ............ 10:32 pm 5:57 p4 n
12::.35n't 7:25ain ... ..............Mulat............. .10:=2pm 5:45 pin
12:39 n't 7:28 am ................llarl................ 11-21 pm -5:141 12 :5 n't 7: 35 am .............(Galt City.... .......... 10:15 pin m :27 pan
12:58;n t 7:3) am ...............Milton .. .......... .. 10:10 pm 5:20 pAn
1:30 am ...... ........... Good rangee ..... ...... .......... 1:5
1:55 am 8:1.5 am ........... ....Holts............... 9::5 I'm 1:35 p5 n
2:24) am 8:30am .... ...... Illigan........ ... 9:20T pm 4:11 1l
S2:33, anm 8 ::u1 al .............. Cre-t iew............ .1::13n, "i:00i9
:040 am :54; am ..............Deerlandl............. 8 :.5 pm 3:3,1 t
:3:23 am 9:10 am ...............Mossy Had.......... 8:10 pim 3:16li
4:oam n :35 am .........DeFuniak Springs ........ s:18 pm 2:i3 l
4:lhS a i 9:44 am ..............Argyle............... 7:44 pm 2:31l 1.1
1:101 (:.I 9.:57 am. ..........Ponce de Leon .......... 7:21 pm 2:13:; ii
.5:(NM) am 10:10 am .............West............ 7:117 pi 1 :. n
5.:48 ain 10:15 am ...... .....rCaryville............... 7:12 pini 1:11mi0
5:33:;am 10:301 aiii ............Bonilay ............. :W.5Im 1 :27 pI
(:() ailln 10:17 ain ... .......... hipley....... ...... ;:3:7 pm 11:4.1 in
;::0oan 11:07 amn ............CoUtoiidale............. ;:s:18 p. 12::'8 n ,
7:M aift 11:21 5 am ........... .... Marianna0............. .400 pill 2:1 1 n'i
7::3) am 11:45 am. ...... ....... Cypre-s............... ;5:3 pm 11:15 Pi
7:40 amn 1) :52 am ............ Granl Ridge..... ..... ."::I2pm 11:22 1n1
7:58 am 12:02 n n ............. ..sneed............... :21,'m 11:.5o1 :i
8:.15 am 12:15 n'n Ar ..........River.Junction.......... Lv 5:10 10:20 ;in


Mr. James Brown of tsmouth, Va .
over 90 years of age s offered for years
with a bad sore on his f ce. Physicians
could not help him. DWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cured h permanently.
All dealers.

!t is told by an ol
horseman, who Is her<
cent City. that when
ger was playing there
a super to death and
Ing" him.
It was In "Richard I
where he sees the gh
manager was a bit the
and determined to hay
did not like Kean, as
man behind the seen
supers was a raw Irl
never seen a stage be
ager told this fellow 1
run across the stage w
the tip he would stand
poor fellow was broke
looked to him like
He agreed, and the stl
him a gaudy oilcloth
these words, "Smoke
It was nearly a pan
lad started. He ran
a:-d when Kean saw
ous. He made a luni
tunate super with hii
the "rag" came whii
hurry call, he chased
bearer off the stage,
and to the street. F
followed him in his
and finally the super
dark alley.
What effect it had
turfman does not sa.
xas only the super's a
- saved him.-Ciuciunal

SNew Orleans
from the Cres-
Cean the youn-
e nearly scared
me near "pink-

I," in the scene
sts. The stage
worse for drink
scwe fun. He
he was a hard
s. Among the
h lad who had
ore. The man-
at if he would
ien he gave him
to earn $2. The
and a two spot
national bank.
e manager gave
banner bearihg
general Jackson

that this Irish
cross the stage,
im lie was furi-
e at the unfor-
sword, and, as
ing down to a
e poor standard
wn the pa:ss;aze
r two blocks he
ichard costume,
escaped down a

Ion the show the
but certainly it
:ility of foot that

The First mL;onaa-e.
Who was the first millionaire ?


mon? But come dowi to earth in mod-
ern times. Solomon'.* wealth was fic-
tion. like that of Cr sus. Mid;- and
the rest. Perhaps you remember Pope's
lines- I
When Hopkins dies, a th sand lights attend
The wretch who, living, fved a candle end.
John Hopkins was generally known
as "Vulture" Hopkin from his rapa
clous method of acqrtring money. He
was the architect of is own fortune,
dying worth $1,500, in 1732.-New
York Pres s.

For Over Fit y learns.
Mrs. Winslow's Sojthing Syrup has
been used for over ity years by mil-
lions of mothers for children while
torthing. with nerfecti access. Itsoothee

Dr. nataway

Treats AH Diseases.

His Xethod Invariably Cures. All
Catarrhal, Bronchial, Lung, Stom-
ach, Liver, Kidney and Other Corn-
plaints, as Well as All Diseases
and Weaknesses of Women.
In Dr. Hathaway's most
S extensive practice, cow
ering a period of more
S thman2 0yearshe has been
ahtied upon to treat all
n ner of diseases of
lmen and women and
along the whole line of
S humlan ailments he has
been uniformly suc-
Dr. Hathaway's me-
tihod of treatment gets
directly at the seat of
the thicuible, purifies the blood
h. B. od. tons lip the whole system and
e Blood. nneutrniz's tho poisons which
produce the discuas-d conditions.
ull n ses e V:Yearly hew ret-ores to perfect
All Dseases lihealth thousands of sufferers
Treated. from C:ttarrhi. bronchitis. As-
thlma. Hay Fever, Luns Complaints. Stomach
Liver od Kidney Ti)-seas~, Piles. Tumors. Can
cers, ema and all manner of skin affections.
I)r. Hathaway also treats with
e ms fthe greatest success all those
W many distressing, weaknesses and
dise by which so many wt'omen are afflicted.
F al Dr. Ilathawav's offices are fitted
Appl ceswith all th lat t electrical and
*PPA"CWM which' as well as the microscope, ne has world-
wide ime as an exim'rt. All of the medicines
used ,y Dr. llathaway are compomded In his
owi Lboratories. iund.r his personal direction.
and sr'-cial remned es are prepared for each in-
divitia" case accordint- to its requirements.
Exainatn .I)r. IIathiaway has prepared a
Exainaton series of self-examInation blanks
B Im*ks. :tiplyingtoithe different diseases
whieli he send- fre-4 on application: No. 1, for
Meu; t'o. 2.for Womien; No. ., for Skin Diseases;
No. 4, or Catarrhal Diseases; No. 5. for Kidneys.
Dr. llathaway makes nocharge
St a for consultation at either his
*. office or by mail.
Dr. llHathaway & Co.,
2B5 B an Street, Savannah, Gas
S- --' .- --
Int re,-.t (. 'w t-r. -Se-, :l.In li:.,dl Cir
<'iII ,1, niv y': ltyii F- l>rl'iA ;i.
A 'i, he v. w\i ,~in l.i-. -,'il ilh rriis l' \-v
i; i I0 ei i41 lsf LV1 v- a
l ibi 'r .l.t.-it:,.-- thi ( hr i, si. ,li s Ad l. t-y n.;r ia..
s ;:il :titfl. -. m m ir the i-r i m i if it i i)i 'iont ;i V. l a
v r *.era;i i : -i oif rai l .lr 1aw- a Vi e i icda .
la 1 l1;la'l.. an-lIlll a '-it-- t 1;lul:;a'k- S illx.wit i.
|a'i'il m',ltw:'ir't of1 l.r.'II o ittnity. -'i,, lirt. i in
t 1 ,r- il'- r i l-ri- t(l : t .alllt 1 i l i A 1 !f-iruction-
1 ..l' l ill l -'r ll, .s ;' :'.-a ,sf- ti e ;tle-li ,.!i it -, z .'ll :etf'nt- f ii .-aitl, <-,,lm r:| iinis fiiil
S itst I Fliiriol::i Ilr tihe i--r lr i m ix Il m l-hsi. |a e-
fJuar t en i6 l'_i. ,of si ri t,a ;ind :s-r n 'Icaiion
"twh' in' r !ih ll antd, irei IknlownI AItl
liarr mLevy, rint rn tlh- r-of on w t i. writ. It is
tliCrt e i Sre -olr r i-i thlati !hie *hlorid- Coii', i-true'lion-
,.I>I >iny" a-li fenl K 8- ,'t atiol l of a-snlnIlit, alma,-l-e e e4 t.I'inl-
o-titui I iin thi-i 'our. lit'- i ui oi nt- urt.second
Judi< al Cir ei-t O loril;. i n and f L r l.cout. Floun-
tv. ie wiatirn AAtron L.y, \illiaim bLey. ault
Iarr aLevy, rotin that ti. wonder the na pulih of
Lev wees.k alr tie ilain tifli and t o i'monthn ,tiuc-
eeio Oy TAny. a ori orati a n iwspir daubish, oed
Auv ;t >5th, A. D. 1'.U4 Iuti, Pain Iu t. in Tallaha4-e. Lon County. Fldrida,
mnd iat in licfault tMemorf. .1nii-,eii-nt by ,letault
will eentenIt --gain t sa-d defendant
It; al9soilt-ni that this. order be published
once week lortiee s;.a.2e of two moults in the
Wee ly TAI LARAS EAN. a nvwq.Ipvr published
in I o ,n <'ounty, Florid a.
IDo and ordered, this Ma'y 123rd. l91l, A. D.
.JoIlI W. MAIN-,
Jed!e Circuit 'onct, Secondl Judicial Circuit, Ie-
oi 'ou,' ty. 1 lo id.i.
Stat f Florida. County of Leon:
I, uncil A. Br an. Clerk of the Cirew-ti('touit
in a I for th,- count tv aloes-ad. alo herehi celti:-
fy ih t the ahove anl frTregoiig i- a trne and cor
reet joyof thel oii- snal ou Mil iin mv offi-e.
Wif .s n-y hat d and official st-a, this :Ath day
ofi V .A. D.. 1, i..
[ AL.1 CUNsCIL A. BIYAN, Clerk.



Con I
of jt




ial Master's .%;le <,f Real Estate-
rie first Motialay in Julv. A. D. 1901. being
e fir't day of s aiT n onth. fur-itant to a
iof FeIlotsure a- d Sale. re d,-r,-d by ti:e
t Court of the -ec-nd Julicia-l Cireuwt of
1.. in aenld lor tThe 'cOuntt ofr l.on, on the
lay of .My. A, ID. 1M0l, in a c- tain c-:us in
ery. win-rein Holertl H. Mickle r .is Com-
kilt and Beie L. Smith in her own rghtr.
D. Smith. her husband, in tight of his
nd in hi.own rielit ar defendarts.r, I will
or s-le, at public outcry. t the door of the
Houte of -aid Counnty of I.eon, in the city-
latm-we. l. on C. unty, Florion. Irltw-en
s rsmot eleven o'c'ock, in the foreno, n, andl
clock in theafternoio of said firs,
|y. A. D. llml, t, lthe highe-t bimder lor ,'a-h
,le- rerietll htn and mortaer d iro erty aI.--
Siu the liBilol 1I'oni;liint in -aid'e, and
ed (of Moar wge thereto att whoie, thli- ame
l articu(,arly edescritel as f.llows- to-wil: All
criaiin lots Il I tu acel- f'lI .iliiltel-! lying
Jeirt in the Citv (of "'allah:ssee, C('ounty of
,iand State of Floihia, tde-ii.n 'ted-! umn the
uf .riid -ity1, :ta 1 0o-: tort. -liaes- (43). and
-Four (44). Sonth ilf ol CoIiunty n atstcer,
ion torsait 'Citt, ati!lvir l wir h i ill and sin s
tlir t.-iiei-nts li. rlait:ime-ita .a l :l>pp r-
i-es tlierem-ito bhe-los-ini. or .n ;anywVi- alp
iiiiig, ai il the- rever-ion amid reve-rs- on-. we-
,-r aiad rt'maaiii!s-r-.-rets. i-u-ie-, iiah| profits
-r and remnaill.-rs.rels. islne, :sed 1rorsiJ
i ; ai al-o c l lie E,-e;itc. rijh:. tttle, i-:t-cr-
lower aid right of ldower. - -riy. polssessilin, claimii a1.d1 ialeaa:lni(l wh:itaso-
a ur-hl in law nS.inis ',.iily. of tie party sor
r.-t p:rt, lith-reir, or, 111. am: l to .it- -almZt- amWil
par :isl lptr-el tlin-r-, i ith the uu-
'iircthauicr to pitv f. r eh-td..
JoS4i'l! .A. El'iO\i.oN,.
Sl' .i M1a:-t r in t Chai.erry.
,if, i. I'. P'EiIt i X N ..
-ol,-itr for lCor mtnplaii:eUit,

tice is hereby given that on the
5th lay of July, A. D. 1901, the under-
sig ed, as guardian of the estates of
He ry R. Felkel and Herbert A. Fel-
kel5 minors, will apply to the County
Ju e of Leon County, State of Flor-
ida at his office in the city of Talla-
ha. ee, in said county, for authority to
sel. at private sale all those certain
lo0 or parcels of land lying and being
in e ciy of Tallanassee, County of
and State of Florida, and more
pa icularly known and described as
fol ws, to-wit: East one-half of lot
nu bereu 230 and east one-half of lot
nu bered 231 in the North addition of
sai city. This 5th day of June, A. D.
Gu dian of the estates of Henry R.
Ielkel and Herbert A. Felkel.
1 -5to

In .he Circuit Court of Florida, 2nd
judiciall Circuit, Leon County, Fla.
R. |). Welb, Complainant, vs. Ines Webb.
5 bDeiendant- Bill for Divorce.
T'bhaving been made to apjlear by the aflldax it
I )f the Attorney for Complainant. -that the
L I ~ W iA .S -_


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All Builiers





SNotice in "Inventive Age"
SBook "How toobtain Patents"
Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secured. 4
SLetters strictly confidential. Address.
C G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, 0. C. `

Everybody Says 5o.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, tlhe- ;,,-
woriderful medical discovery of th ;>.,
pleasant and refreshing to iWhe tas-. ;:.t
gently and positively on kiineey-. liver
and bowels., cleaning thi entire .-vi.t .
dislel colds, cure headache, fvt-r;, I;!',-
itu:zl constipation and ,ili, ir-i-
Please buy aind try a lbox of ('. ('. 1'.
.lty: 10, 25, 50 cents. Soli and g-r:.:
'eed to cure by all drugists.


Udoflater andB Eul er

.t Dealer in Marble For-ei w -ni.
Joameslic. Orders Filled on Short ,t! ,
iee his cuts and prices before -w!'in
none outside the State. 1-ly





RPA'N'S mA.s

- Doctors find



STe Ca.n** and Sele me.
The president of the Prench Acade.
aiy ot lScieum-ts remarked a rcet
adJru.s that the cannon is one of ihe
IMDOtI ustru-*live lai.uratorles that sca-
eo-* postsesse It was the umoiern ca
POD. hi said. which suggested hbe aplb
cation of explosive gases to tue driving
otrenginea. The esp--rtene( or the a-
mwne pressures obtai;:+ed in <-anno
a)slo led to the use ? pressures ti
sat4am machines which a tew yteaf
ago would have been regarded as ima.
practicable. Thus experiments intend.
ed primarily for the purposes of wtw
had resulted In the advance of the #tr
ouphs of peace.

A Family Medicine C'hs1.t.
A: famil- medicine che-st for .n e-na
In a pretty little" enamel-, l in.-ttl ,boa
you have the meani s of k". .;rg tie
whohl family he-althy, trom i.;l-' to good
old granrd-p. G(o to your sIrugui.t ;anid
get a Ix.x of Case; -uts ('aCmndy :, hartic
for ten cents, and see that I,.u dr-v
h}ave the-m in thie housta-.-. i',J,
headache, dyspepsia, iipl.. ;,- .;.
ne-s. worms and nearly ev-rv .
mient are turned by sea13 i. ,r'1.1 ,-
stipation and in that little I.,\ ,
a ai-rf et remedy liN-a s at Ila. ; ,
your doctor bill- *1 prevent -.-rii)A
ness by the use, o1, s w,.et. :,> .*
pieces of candy nik,. ,..' ..
k, elp you well. rWe rmiiii .a.-. .
rots to all our readers.

The Lariest ani Most 13i '

EstablishmentSolti. !

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Land of Flowers.
.M-1pr btlKverv T itPODAY, at the Office.
* e reet. rTallahoee. lorida
JOHN C. TRICE, Ed. and Propr.

The Florida State College (more
widely known at present as the West
Florida Seminary) has made rapid
strides toward perfection during
the past few years. How much of
this is due to the efforts of one man
only a few of us know. That, too,
in the face of the fact that every
Legislature except the last, has been
.niggardly in the matter of making
.appropriations for buildings, and for
.the maintenance of the institution.
When elected president of he
.Seminary, as it was then known,
Prof. A. A. Murphree went to work
to enthuse new life into it, andi to
make it what Middle Florida ; so
badly needed, an up-to-date Sfate
College. He surrounded himself
with the best teachers that perse-
verance, influence, etc., could secure,
notwithstanding the salaries were
small. In almost every effort in
that direction he won a signal suc-
Then he did something that had
everr been done before-he used
printers' ink, reaching every section
through its own local medium.With
the small funds on hand the Board
of Managers could not help him
much in this direction, but lie used
it all the same, and it was paid for
-we suspect out of his own salary.
Under these methods tlhe school
has blossomned from an obscure in-
stitiution with comlarIatively onlyV a
Jocal at.tellnd an, to a widely known w-hose influen.,ce is fell
ihrouihout the Stalc a1d 'eyn d it-
bounds, and whi,-ch. 1 1h's's-ion .lill
rolling students. 1rom.",<
county on tle .IC.' to V, l lisc; i. oui
rWest. AnTd we co(-osi ITr it P., I-
ile'linI,, (III tlo-l e it.-l iilio In- i, >
tli e sl liif 'Hl.n f ro')!tl lh,' .Ml ,.,.e<- ,W II-

that the farmers have a friend in the with Your job work, it is ;Imot.
Collunissioner. and the State a!needless to tell our East Coast ,,o-

most excellent servant."

Anent the announcement of the
Florida officials that the taxation in
this State, for State purposes, will
remain at 21 mills, the Savannah
Morning News, always anxious to
say a good word for the "Land of
Flowers," gives space to the follow-
ing editorial utterance:
"The people of Florida are not
overburdened by State taxation. The
rate for the present year will be 21
miills, although the law permits a
rate' of three mills.
"It is doubtful if there is a State
in the Union which has so low a tax
rate except New Jersey. In that
State the trusts have filled the treas-
ury, and the people contribute very
little towards the support of the
State government.
"When it is taken into account
that it has been only six years since
Florida's orange groves were de-
stroyed-groves which were easily
worth $15,000,000-it must be ad-
mitted that the State's officials and
lawmakers have managed wisely and

I I-
pie that helps to build up your town.
It is the weekly, home paper that
advertises your business, your -o-
cials, your Fourth of July celebra-
tions, vour entertainments. your
schools, your churches, your Guilds,
your clubs, your societies, your
dances, your sorrows, your joys;
and it is the weekly paper that gives
you a hundred or more free "puffs"
during the year, and sympathizes
with you in your affliction and re-
joices with you in your marriage
or prosperity. It is also the weekly
paper that mentions the thousands
of items along the East Coast you
are interested in during the year;
and it is the weekly, home paper
that helps to build up your town
and county, and assists in bringing
settlers here, which adds considera-
ble dollars to the exchequer of the
merchants. The weekly paper gets
plenty of free work, but it wants
advertisements and job work inter-
mingled, so that a few dollars may
come in to "keep the mill running."
Just think it over, reader. How
. much job printing do you give the
Advocate, to help make it a better

economically. paper than it is ?"
"And, as far as we know, the pub- A "FAKE" CONCERN.
.ic institutions are not dealt with in
a niggardly manner. The officials It is not often that this paper i-
are paid fairly good salaries and the taken in" b fake advertising
schools are liberally dealt with.Con- Slhemes, but. we acknowledge th.
federate veterans and the widows of corn in the case of a concern styling
itself the Empire Knitting Mills
veterans are given as generous pen- r
sions as are paid by any other C(o., of Fulton street, New York.
St 'l. ili not only got three weeks of :;.,
StaWhe i i then that te tax r allvert isinent without pay, lbut they
is so lo, notwithstanding the hea.v got thel good monYv Yof ours.llves aimi
1 i tfered Of 11ta n 1um)1er of our sui.s(rie -
s-.,' h ll!,r SlS tv ll;,s Sllff,' ,s it'Sa' w m h ,, ers from whom weo have heard. :, 1.i
Ih d own ;---! ll i ii 1\ -ll"i all\i tli. t of Iiliv\ whlo hiem n >i

'l 'i f I i ,f iit'i lit v a hI n ii i V ;i \
I I h i.- v v ..-it n Ii ll,'. !llo < 1.1 v ;1,1 i|-I t ii !(l i rullii ul n .l l\ i>v

-"l'Vlr .- oi lll i1' k o!'t h il e llle -

Pi t -1 I -I .IlI I K i

t !l hat we !.--- i', i St'rel 'ol'wv l

' l l rejCc'-te'ld.
hleniI an llgt'. ianufat u-ing
concern offers to give Iore value inl
gols for advertisiiii ng ja'ie, i little
(insh to ai!'comp. ;any the order for
goods. it is\\ prett safe to place
ther hidgh in the list of frauds, and
save your readers the risk of also
IHing taken in.

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tle I k; ('ik\"1 ('1i,', i,,. ,> i \ Il1i\
and iniflm-ne ilM I ii!-!ii i Ioi!-, i,, (-D lim.

FIoi" thVe + igie-I I ( -tir in wiich
the ..Floridha State College ( W\'sl
.Florida Seiiiiniary) is leld was onlY
voiced by (Governor lenniiis diurini
his spech awarding Il l alitoli-oie
"old Inrdals collienu.ellnt. night
'when lie said that these niedals werte
"'the best eriden'e of the bcst
scholarshii in the best collie in
the Statle..

Bro. Koonce, of the Sumnter
County .Times, who was a mem-
ber of the recent Legislature, clos-
'-ing a lengthy article on the leasing
of the .State convicts, pays the fol-
lowing compliment to two of Flori-
.:da's most excellent officials:
"During our stay in Tallahassee
'we found the Governor and the
Commissioner of Agriculture both
especially well fitted for their re-
spective positions. Though Chief
Executive of tile State, Governor

Jennings is just the sanie pleasant
:gentleman as when a rural citizen
of Hernando county, and he has on
-every occasion proven his ability and
-shown that he wears his laurels
'worthily. Mr. McLin, too, is ad-
-mirably fitted for his position, and,
-wiah*et reflection on his predeces-
isors, we are sure that the changes
-ana improvements he has made in
the offlee and the systematic method
iintroxinced by him will make the of-
Ifice oue -of a great deal more import-
nceana value to the State than ever
before. 'For instance, in the matter
of .fertilizer stamps, under the old
.system the stamps did not indicate
:the .size of the package, and 'the
manufacturerss could buy stamps for
,a hundred pound package and put
.them on a two hundred pound pack-
-- _- "IA i."- n-_ VaI

-0i 1d "l 1 1 i- 1 i til'.lIs or Jl1< of-
iji,-i. Ti'i'' n nc iioiis ire given only

i; ll' whom li t, l! la iw inteld shali lr
lihav tilhtm. Two-thllIirdis of the cou(n-
ties do not draw from thie State more
lilmoneyI f or s1chooMls and e1'insilns than
thev pay into it. It is true the
State has little or no debt., but that
also indicates that the State's af-
fairs *have Ix'en under able and con-
scientious management. In her pub-
lic affairs, Florida is an example to
niany States which make much
waterr pretensions."

Ex-Senator Wade Haimpton re-
fused a good fat Federal job because
of the source from which the ap-
pointinent came. Regarding how
the refusal was received at Wash-

ington, a correspondent says:
"Democrats here are delighted
that ex-Se'nator Wade Hampton
should have refused the Columbia,
S. C., postoffice, offered him by the
President through Senator McLau-
rin. The offer is regarded as an at-
tempt to bring General Hampton,
with his powerful influence in South
Carolina politics, on the side of Sen-
ator McLaurin and against Senator
Tillman. General Hampton is not
a supporter of Senator Tillman, but
he evidently is not willing to accept
office from a Republican President,
and become an ally of his adminis-
tration. Senator MeLaurin already
has the support of former Senator
Butler, and had he been able to add
to that the support of former Sen-
ator Hampton, he would have been
able -to bring into line an element of
the older men in the Democratic
party in his State,. and might be
re-elected-a situation which is not

'All such schemes are denied ad-
mittance into the columns of the
TALLAIASSEEAN. When a foreign
concern wants advertising in these
columns, it must come down with the
cash, just like home merchants are
required to do, and when they do
that the chances are 99 to 100 that
they are reliable. Fakirs do not
pay out cash, not even for advertis-
ing. It is against their principle, if
indeed it can be designated as a

We learn that for some reason,
which we were unable to ascertain,
the -night mail from Jacksonville,
which was distributed at our office
every morning, has been discontin-
For years past this mail has been
of very great convenience to our cit-
izens, and it discontinuance now is a
great hardship. This mail came to
the Tallahassee postoffice in a locked
pouch made up in Jacksonville the
evening before and forwarded over
the Seaboard Air Line Railroad in
the care of the conductors on the
It contained all the Northern
mail, both papers and letters, that
arrived in Jacksonville from North-
ern points during the day after the
Seaboard Air Line regular mail over
the western division had left the

were enabled to get and answer com-
munications frontm nearly.all over the
State on the same day. Our State
otlicials were thus put in as close
touch with the Southern corespond-
ints almost as if they were in Jack-
sonville itself.
Our readers can readily see that
the stopping of this night mail is
not a local matter affecting the cit-
izens of Tallahassee alone, but af-
fects the entire State, and will put
the citizens of the southern part of
our State to great and unnecessary
inconvenience. In addition, our cit-
izens lose a fast northern mail, with
the late papers, as hereafter all of
it will be laid over in Jackson
ville from twelve to twenty-four
hours.They are, complaining bitterly
at the inconvenience put upon them
and very rightly so.
As Postmaster McDougall could
give us no information as to the rea-
son for the change, we inquired of
Mr. Hopkins, the local agent of the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad, think-
ing he might know why the service
had been discontinued, but could
learn nothing from him.
There are rumors of a disagree-
ment between the Seaboard Air Line
officials and the U. S. postal author-
ities, concerning the mail.contracts
over the Seaboard Air Line. We
cannot, however, get "any definite in-
formation ofi the subject.
If there is a disagreement it may
be that the railroad officials have
stopped this pouch from being sent
forward in charge of their conduc-
tors as being outside their contract,
thereby hoping that the complaints
sent forward to the lp>stoffice depart-
ment at Washington because of the
inconvenience thus occasioned, will
colilwl the department to concede
some points in controversy between

K,' that as it mav.O w ein'4'ltirt

'Tlf'.pt ist IIvsI f It i f- e r l m4.( 1~r-a I Ii s4l~

i>. S i;i l i;l!l _! ,"'i .,,_h-, N ,''w
ci i: 4 .) i lif v pltl h f 1li lt a r- ii\t ;i

i, >ll v isil :,.\ bioi' i il hli h
h v.l i4 t "I ii t X 1 i i ,r p,-as n n;il'-
*i" lio-iiu" iii; ni of lw;v I-iill''"

T ies thit li;ie to ti i!., ii ri n r lo al

pa'w York. for the reason that our
t pile will !ot Sa;i lli;l-gflii;l ithey-
haelict'. a iorther I r e isltern branl
tris tiiii. Thae local bra ind hspoirls the

sale hbut ulet he sarmfe, identical
articles thcome back with a Philadelphia or
phia, or New York label on themat ourand
they will benot taken readily wif thycosts
havsenseless habit, bunot a northern or eastern rnd

the whole rad spoils th

knownsale: but merchant tina Florida town
who included in an order he was
sending to New York a small lot of
canned oysters. Imagine his sur-
prise when he opened the goods, to
find that the oysters sent him had
been put up in a Florida sea-port,
not a hundred miles from his store.
Freight by rail both ways, profits to
at least one middleman and intense
chagrin at his dullness in not order-
ing direct from the factory, entered
into the transaction.
The truth appears to be that the
people of southern towns and cities
have given so little thought to the
advantages of local manufacturing
industries that they have learned to
treat the few that have ventured to
exist with indifference; and they
have never been able to shake off the
ancient tradition that nothing is
good enough for them but that
which is "made in the North;" just
as some people in the North imagine
that nothing is good enough for
them which is not "made in Eu-
rope and on the same principle
that the New York "howling swell"
has his clothes made in "England
y' know."-Pensacola News.

The question of household help
becoming about as 'acute in th
South as in the North. As long
the supply of colored servants train
ed before the war between the State
held out, we had no serious servan


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cook, iallie, the house aid, "Old opportunities for work of a.'ha;raepr
Maiura," who looked aft r the chil- that would conduce to the h.ealti
dren ind her daughter. l ho nursed and happiness of the. .human race.-.
the iby, and "Uncle" Dick, who Savannah Morning New-.
kept .he yard clean, ch(4lped wood
and acred for the family (orse. Tihus BEAT US HALF A POI \).-
the servant contingent c listed or- Writing us recently from 1 l id-out,
dinarlly of five hearty ea~ rs, each of Clay county, B. M. Frisbie s;iys:
whoi looked out for oic -or more "I see several articles in the Ta!-
moutnis outside that wei fed from lahass."an about I an(d 15.~ p)ni
the employer's table. lit the aggre- rutabagas. Mr. P. M. Janiison ,f
gate,;-therefore, the grocc bill took this place pulled up one on May 1
on IUrge proportions a0 a conse- that weighed 16 pounds even. "So
quene of the servants aid their de- you see Clay county is still
pendants and hangers4-n. N ever- This is no fake but a .fact."
theld[, the old-fashionol servants ,
were'faithful, loyal and' efficient. If w*. .
they were not thoroughly] honest al- Ei y valuMbe to women is Brov
ways it was often becaun, they acted dimpn Bitter. egth a kes the, plce0
upori the principle that whatever be- weakesand theglow of health readily
longMd to the family longedd to d rf i t heek when this i.
then as constituent part of the fam- orovenri men it harmo equal. Nohorne
ily, therefore they toolf: what they should be without this &mous remedy.
wanr M: ,owns ItomBittmer is-ak r all dealer
BAt the old-timers arciabout gone,
and the survivors are yerily growing
fewot. In their places %has come a
youig colored help that: is inferior,
unreliable and unsatisf tory. The
you4g colored women ai poor cooks
and;worse housemaids. 'They do not
knoy the business and Olo not seem
to larn.. The same is be said of
the 4roung men- who ap ly for serv-
antif places. It seems tr Ie the pur-
posq of each indivi al among
thej to get a living by ndering the Health and Pleasure Resort
leaN possible value in return, and
to do no work that caut possibly be
avoided. Under the new management of l prs.
\Ihat sens to I. neidled is a sys- Duval & Hall take pleasule notifying
tenr, of training scho1s that will,that they ar n,wra to
teniqh young women hoIv to Ibe good The new ,iri m-ai meets all papn-
(coos and good hou ie4'kxpers. There .er trains, vith a cnmfort.ts,i,..- ;tnj c-
slh(ild Ihe such schools tor each race. asmodiousear., neti ,n-e:., anO .
Y :iv whit i t know raI "Ipring* hthin-, \wilt ,, water
Yong white wonen 1led to know bathing at Rock Lhanding. Broad veranda
nioie al)ouit Iousework than the just completed at'Rnlid h:iy Vi \w Hort.l
'rev'it imajoritV of ithe 'do. As a mat- comifortantl. hammocks, sPini:nchair.
Ier of fact. ever wolniin ought to ..steanum' n abundant' f rised by
kniw hlow to (ook. ke house a 111 ovstr1. an, crtss fa-s l t-,oIm li etlilf.
W(. "o as to preplanre hcrse.lf for thlie Oyster haike or crah bo iing ,,i ,'ahat
du i -, lif II l it i 1 iat h t he ck Lt ling everM .S.(atu, l\ rin ht.
w ill ,ie ,., l ,,4'I l er. E. d bi- t alt 'i-a ',,,,,st,. ,: for
-- Iw.e< b- .re -[i'ie parties ain I exc:1(-;- ,m the
kiiw led 'e into prjiTeli,- or tlie j)1ir- Bay.
,l',- of ei .iII i 1 li vifi" an: lu lt t ei' .v-ry 'ar t: k ; !t ,i ,. "I -.!!- a:- i

I IiM tfii r o ni r ro. -'il <.r wrr tU.t
tl -le l' iio < 1 Ii llll' i i l'. i dl t'l! r' !!-i _' ,,t. ," .

ill lli .- -it \- l,-,,i l v. w l',o. i l; ,',iI- 1 i J !
II', )n tillir ,u rt ,.-I '.irnl -s Io-liiorr' ,

i'. n i w or <;ii k i l i ; e l ; I. ols',,v ;;w.ia ion to a.

. lj t l Ill this latli !. !r .o lo ar' -Ie t of St ..........
I ,") 1 liev o j lle l 'it"o I ^-'ll. : ;t

1V lil i i.

Sr the training of hous, isreparedtflliate ord-rs
I i:d help. woIlld I l ore wl eil( romty and tiacori

I ltical(ly and loia. t than manyont
Sthe so-called pat !; ic sW..ietiC..i-.

Sames," or an o. anization of

ork." could find a a-i unldnce of

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V. W. E. Lei is. Dentist. Phone No.
I 48-10t

Jr. R. Cohen, of Jacksonville, is
Sthe city. -
)r Wescott Edmondson is a recent-
itor to Panacea.
tr. Albert Shine left today for Pana-
a for a week's outing.
pie blod is full of life and vitality,.
adcairies vigor to the organ of the
dy. Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medi-
ne creates rich, pure blood.

]r. Robert Gamble came over from
lamasville on a business trip yester-

Mr Jno. A. Graham, of the Graham
number Co. at St. Marks, is in the city
ha week.

Hon. Hugh Black, for many years
onty commissioner of Leon county,
es in the city this week.
Mr. W. S. McKnight, of Ben Haden,
,a., left for Dothan. Ala., last Satur-
ay. Will be gone about three months.
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
resies a good appetite, tones and
9regthens the stomach, and builds up
Mrs. Annie Rawls. who recently
c panied Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Arm.
g on a trip to Denver, Colo., re-
S home last week.
Sheriff R. L. Kilpatrick, of Jefferson
county, Saturday wired Sheriff Pearce
to look out for and arrest Simon Wil-
bms a turpentine negro, who killed a
clpty Sheriff on Friday night.
Prof. E. Dubois. proprietor of the San
Lais ivneyards, who has won first prize
at eve y exposition on Leon county
wines, ia preparing a fine exhibit for the
Buffalo Exlobition.
Call at Wight & Bro's. drug stove ard,
get a free sample of Chauiberlain's
stomach and Liver Tabjets. They are
elegant physic. They also improve
the apetlite, strengthen the digestion
and regulate i fie liver and bowels. They
e easy to tId e and pleasant in effect.

Mr. James n H. Randolph who has been
puuing a medical course at the Johii ,
flopkins UnI;vrsity, Baltimore, Md.,
has aceptid a position for the summer
at the Blue Ridge Springs Hotel. Hi-
will rntuin ,t Baltimote next lall and
continue hli. medical studies.
Rel,mits fi ti. d.LIereitt sections of the
counuDIIVr It-tilt the condition of thin
crol..Ls I'evi- i.a.-kward from late-colk
aL 4'ily tliv ir ( ht. but the recent ra.n;
will i i, ,'.;l,' lriig th-n-m up to date.
"1 h-e oct, rs told mc my cough wa-
niat(e nliltu ia ll man."' N(rris Silver.
yrthili Stra!iltn. N. II. I* cause yoiul V'
nI;t h( uil1 -liit fit o a stubborn cough,
d",'in IhSIpair. One Minute Cough Curt-
'.:" 'rtl thOusands and it will curt-
v'u. biefu aiui .,ure. All dealers.

1:B. E. B. Mannig, j.sbtice of peace at
Mlanirnirghn, Leon county, was in the
city yesterday and took advantage of
the opportunity to renew his suhscrip
tion for another year.
We are glad to tee that Messrs. Levk
Brothers are preparing to build thie c
stores on Jefferson (Marke-) street, b:-s'k
of Ames building, with a large hall
above. This proves the correctness of
our assertion that more business house s
ae needed in the city.

Danger, diea-e and death follow ne-_ t
ctof thfLbowels. Use DeWitt'* Little (
Early Riers to regulate them and you
will add years to your life and lhie to
YIyeur s. Easy to take, never gripe.
All deakrs.
Mr. ana Mrs. T. M. Dozier, of Jack
imiville. who were here to attend the
marriage of State Treasurer Whitfield
Nd imB Randolph, have returned to
er home in Jacksonville.
We understand that inquiries about
te "Hill Country" in and about Talla-
hWee are increasing and a livelier in-
itrt is being manifested from abroad,
UIwell as at home, for investments here.
i ts is fully justified by the unmistak-
iW and permanent business prospects
A large party of Tallahasseeans will
isve early next week for the Blue
dP Springs of Virginia where they
ill end the summer. Among the
lry will be Mr. and Mrs Jno. 8. Win-
rop, Messrs. Frank and Guy Winthrop.
D A. L. Randolph, Miss Mary
i e Randolph and Messs. Valle
d Arthur L. Randolph. Later Miss
Evelyn Winthiop will join the party.
A fiw months ago, food which I ate
idreakfast would not remain on ipy
*Mach for half an hour. I used one
ihw of your Kodol Dyspepsia Core
an now eat my reakfast and other
iN with a resteh and my food is
lt.q y d tested. iothng equals
Ziak Dypepsia Cure for. stomach
SSL H.S. Pitts, Arlbgton, Tex.
ol nyspepuia Cure digests what you
it All cealers.


Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cooper, of Jack-
sonville, were guests at the home of R.
H. Mickler last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lupton of New
Jersey, regular winter visitors to Talla-
hassee, have left for home.
Mrs. C. S. Apte and Masters -Day and
William, of Atlanta, are in this city via-
itmg Mrs- and Mrs. Hirschberg.
The bilious, tired, nervous man can-
not successfully compete with his
healthy rival. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous pills for constipation,
will remove the cause of your troubles.
All dealers.
Mrs. Martha Whitaker and Misses
Mary and Bessie Bradford have returned
from a visit to Alabama.

Mr. Frrd C. Moore left on Friday to
canvass P*lorida as advance agent of a
lecture bureau.
Mrs. Wmin. Marshall (nee Miss Grace
Spillei) came over from ApalAchicola.
her prezenc home, yesterday to pay her
mother a visit.

Mothers who would keep their 'chil-
dren in good heal It should watch for
the first symptoms of worms and remove
them with White's Caeam Vermifuge.
Price. 25 cents. Wight & Bro.


Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine
ia, a i-.tiotja reputation, extending
over about sixty years. as a most but--
ee&eful Liver Regulator.

The hotel at St leie-a-un-t he-Gulf,
under the inmaange-ment of -irs. A. L.
Bond. will be ,,peim-,lt on July 1st. All
trains will be mete by hacks and guests
will be conveyed quickly and comfort-
ably to St. Te-esa.
During Summer we are liable to Stom-
ach.and Bow. I troubles, such as Diarr-
hoea, Colic, Crainut., ett fur which Dr.
%i. A. Simmons Liver Medicine is highly

Miss Betisie Pearce leases today for
Baltimore where she will be joined by
Miss Courtney Walker, and then they
will spend the summer in Europe, visit-
ing the European Capitals.
Our latest information touching the
progress being made oy the Georgia Pine
Rcad to Hainbridge is that the gradming
of the entire line will soon be completed,
and a force of hands is kept busy stack-
ing iron along the track at this end, pre-
paratory to laying the same as soon as
the roadbed is ready for the work of
track laying to begin. There is now at
the depot some 600 tons of iron, ready
for laying.

If you are gong away this summer
see thspecial excursion rates that are
offered by the Seaboard Air LMne Rail-
wayto t principle reort in the Car-
ole, airginia ad the Eat, including
o.U th, Old Piint, Washington,
Baltmonre, New York. Proidce, Bs-
ton and Buealo. Write A. 0. Mac-
Donll A. (G. P. A.. Jacksorville, Fla.

. F.I. LLamb, who in our last
ewe announced as aing PLA TO TRADE
Beaumont, Texa. to look attar. Ta L A- TO.T RADE
hfledinteret in that famous ou:
returnedehom Sday. .stabl(shd as a DMg StOre I1 837.
no one can conceive the excite- Refttted5and Suppoled with New Stock
2 eg ting at Bepanmnwt Lands are 1901.
atfad tus rnm.e gnn We have a large assortment of Tooth
CeanM "--and Hair Brhew oa Face wd
for it all. Her own land issated etc., jt Mrved.
distance fromBeaumont theoil A ful line of Syringes, Atomier an
i but oil has been found in the otherrbb goode .
and her land may prove pcriptLMs sent for and delivered.

ARi CR 9et n a n %+ .I... U- wma UoJ L

Ring up Phone JJ.
n.r AwM Fiuantain is UD to date.





esrs. Robert B. McCord and M, M
bord have returned from a visit to
r. William Roberts is back from
aonville ou a short visit to his par-

rs. J. M. Bradntr. accompanied by
daughter, Miss Harriet, left for New
k saturday to be gone for the sum-

Av. E. Trice and family are now
santly located in the residence of
John G. Collins on Clinton street.
r. Elijah Johnson and family have
rned to their country home and
make it their residence for the fu-

* The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.
Mr. Eli Futch was in the city this
Mr. A. Hopkins of St. Ma ks was in
the city this week.
: Miss Adele Getard is visiting friends
at Fernandina.
Mrs. Ellen Call Long has gone to Pan-
acea Springs for a short stay.
Mr. W. W. Stripling, of Jacksonville,
is a recent arrival at the Capital.
Judge T. J. Bernard and Talbert Ber-
nard left on Thursday for Virginia.
Mrs. C. Holsonbake, Harlem, Ga.,
writes: I have used Dr. M. A. Simmon.
Liver Medicine, .12 years for Liver,
Stomach and Bowel troubles. Think it
so far superior to Black Draught and
Zeilin's I don't want them at any prices
Mies Mary Raney, of Apalachicola,
has been visiting her brother, Judge
Geo. P. Raney.
Miss Hattie Bull, a former Tallahassee
girl. is spending the summer in Orange,
N. J.


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Miss Elizabeth Doupla.,-4 leaves today
r Charles Town, W. Va.. where she
il spend the sunimmr.
Mr. John P. Rolabris was among a
number of other pr)omiin'n. Tallahaiss e-
s who re!urinl from Pinacea this


lIr. V. F. I Ikmni i.s ;:nxi'i- a num-
her of our c(ii izens I.jyin,-, PtLna'ie:l and
lrisiking of cus le:i;t giving r water.y
tthi wtek.

For Infants and Children.
Tie Kind You Have Always Bought




Bears the
signature of

Judge J. D. Beggs accompanied b
rs. B,,ggs and family arrived yester
y from S:uth Florida on a visit t
apt. R. A. Shine. Judge Beggs w
e sorry to learn is on crutches havin;
en -eriousiy injured by being driVe
id knocked down by a horse ridden b
drunken rider.
If you are troubled with that most ui
)mfortable disease cal'e i piles, don
'glect it Don't let the complaint ge
firm hold. Every day the disease
egl-ected it grows worse. Comment
once to use Tabler's Buckeye Pi
intent, the relief is immediate, an
ire infallible. Price, 50 cents in bo
es. Tubes, 75 cents. Wight & Bro.

lr. A. 8. Mann wasin the city lat
ek on business connected with the
rida Ship CanaL

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Can at you up anything inw
line on notice, at T. B.

Co on Seed
$1.00 r sack at Levy Bros.
Buy "our Seeds of the
Drug C'
Edc Your Bowels With
Cand Ca shartic, cure co
forever. loce. 25C. If C. C
dr&g; refund money.

rs. Lottie G. Beard left for New
rk during the past week. Shewill be A
ne for the remainder of the sma ar. mtn
Mr. F. W. Armrom,& E-sal !s- H
agent of the Can e, T a -
Georgia Railroad. and wift have W
rnedfrom a trip to Dever, CoL Itw
The Seaboard Air Lbw is g ti a
eat pamphlet setti fote th easm On
interest along its s@ys. Itat s k2 U0l4
be known as the State Ci al m e.
d will have the piet w of sir Mta
pitole that are usde oam ni em N
s: Richmomd, BaHl., ColmbL. A-
nta, Tallahassee amd Mtameary.
Mr. Redding, Rerenwmativ tff
adison county, returned from a twiap
nacea this week and proa o teo b .
pme in Madiaon county. Mr. Bfl
ade a valuable member dwaeing tst
seion and should he returned aga- if
ch be his desire.

From Jacksonville-$47.i50O to BoEtom
and Providence: $45.80 to Now York;
36.30 to Baltimore-; $:180 to Wash-
ington; $33.20 to Old Point Comfort,
Ocean View, Virginia Beach and Ports-
mouth and return. Tickets on sale daily.
godxl returning up to October 31it, 1901.
thesee excursion rates apply via Ports-
mouth and steamer only. Similar rates
from other Flordai points. Two daily
trains lwtweo.-n FloIride polints and Ports
mouth; morning and evening d-parture
fro.n Ja'ck-onviile. For any informa-
tion write A. 0. ~hecDinell. %.. G. 1P. A..
Jack-onville. F :a.







Mr. William B. Schrader, accom-
panied by Misses Edith and Nettie, drove
over Saturday from the tobacco planta-
tions in Decatur county, Ga., returning
on Sunday. Mr. Schrader says that the
tobacco this year is very fine. The owners
and managers of these plantations cer-
tainly believe in covering their growing
tobacco. They have this year some five
hundred acres covered, one hundred and
fifty being covered with cotton cloth,
and the rest with wood slats. This cov-
ering alone costs thousands of dollars.

But her beauty was completely bidden
by sores, blotches and pimples till she
used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then they
vanished as will all Eruptions. Fever
Sores, Boils, Ulcers. Carbuncles and
Eelons from its use. Infallib'e for Cuts,
Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles. Cure
guaranteed- 25o at all druggists.

GUImore & Davis Co. are head-
quarters for all kinds of Harvestinge

Another large assortment of Solid
Silver goods will arrive to-day, and you
are invited to call and inspect them.


Carefully and accurately com-
pounded with just what the
doctors write, at
(Schrader's Old Stand).

Excursio Rates to Memphis, TeoaL
On account of the Reunion of United
Confederate Veterans the seaboard Air
Lin Railway will sell tickets from sta-
tions on its nes to Memphis and return



If you have aiiylhiig to sell take i; .
tells. lie will huy it. tf.

n up-to-date line of
Talcum Powder,
Toilet Soap, etc., tic.,
BA Lie tom'sS


Here it comes. Fine Cut Ghlas, beauti-
l Cut Glass, and the prices are
Gilmore & Davis Co. sell the cele-
rated Deering Mowers, Binders,
akes, etc. The best in the world.

A Woundkre Dumeovery.
The last' quarter of a century records
many wonderful discoveries in medicine
ut none that have accomplished more for
humanity than that sterling old household
remedy, Browns' Iron Bitters. It seems to
contain the very elements of rod health,
tad neither man, woman or child can take
t without deriving the greatest benefit.
Browns'Iron Bitters is sold by all dealer

Ladles and Gentlemen, Girls and

1 extend you a cordial invitation to
The Acme Ice Cream Parlors, St. James
Hotel Building, one door south First Na-
tional Bank. I am prepared to serve
you with Ice Cream made from real
sweet cream and pure fruit flavor. As-
sorted Cake. Strawberries with cream,
Ice Cold Milk, Confectionery, Fruits.
Nuts, I4gs. Dates.
The Aeme 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. DuKm.

Mrs. Grac, is the guest of her brother,
Mr. E. H. Alford.
Rev. Mr. McCarty left Tuesday for
Panacea to be gone a few days.
Rev. E. Warren Clark is enjoying
Panacea this week.
Hon. T. M. Puleston, of Monticello.
is a visitor at the Capital thi- week.
A Deep Mystery.
It is a mystery- why women endure
Backache, Headache, Nervousne-s,
Sleeplesness, Melancholy, Fainting and
Dizzy Spells when thousands have
proved that Electric Bitters will quickly
cure such troubles. "I suffered for years
with kidney trouble," writes Mm. Phebe
Cherley, of Peterson, la., "and a lame
back pained me so I could not dress my-
self, but Electric Bitters whomly cured
me, and, although 78 years old, I now
am able to do all my housework It
overcomes Constipation, improves Appe-
tite, gives perfect health. Only 50c at
all druggists.
The season at Panacea seems to have
opened with a rush during the past two

~he Cake p

th Cake



'C tal

t Bros. deliver ice. eam in
any part of the cit:
ina nents of most bertiful de-
. B. Byrd's.

ks, Cotton, v eat.

mor Mar free of

p Sker A coo

7" wan s5woot.ftw v
-Plow Gear at Yal



le undersignled, Plaving assumedd charge of the Kemper
a',l). solicits the pa*'onlage of his friends and th4 public

,Fine St6ck,

'! Fancy Turnouts

and I
the S

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

Three large cases of Solid Silver goods
received the past 10 days, and another
assortment opened to-day.
The best Ice Creain, coldest Soda
Water to be had at Balkcom's Drug
tore (Schrader's old t&nd).

Fines Cigars in Taaee, at T. B.
Byrd's, try them.


K)U8 Attention 0Combined with Liberal Tr atment
'ill be our clain upon the public for, patronae.
careful attention given to winter visitors and hi'nt.
g parties.

M; g-aTx

'.Real Estate Agency,
0,000 acres of Timb red Land for sale in Middle, East ;nd Wet
in tracts ranging f)mon a quarter section to fifteen thousand area,
unablee prices; rated according to timber, location, etc.
dso desirable city an4ssuburban Residences and Building t in and
Tallahassee, the mo* plcturesque and attractively located ity in the
iith bright prospect of improved business conditions.
so improved Farms: Leon and adjoining counties, suite for oau-
n, Stock Raising an Dairying.
(e of the most de ile of this class is a tract of 800 aces of the
'arming Land in County, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
ir health, fertility d scenery unsurpassed by any acto im
ath. epeci-n atte ois called to this tract which will sold at
sonable figures.
Ir further part call on or address with stamp the unersiged,
; Tallahawesan Q e
Tail".h 8 PFit

I a



kAT & FAiunem DiPAoto

text door to Glmore

To Cure Comst Forever.
Take Cacarets any Cathartic. 10
or 25c. IfC. to cr, drug-

Davis Co.,

ppoite Wight Bros. Drug ore.

i na L 4

Prof. D P. Parnati. who recently re-
signed l s chair in th- faculty, of the
Fiorida Slate College. has ieen el ctedl
l)Iofeasor of English language and liter-
ature in the University of idaho.
Tihe B-sy S cial Club etertainoei
their girl f;-ieds at a picn'c on Lake
liHal *,. Friday. Mrs. \. A. Riwls.
ch:-lp-ront-d the party.
A suirgical operation is not nec..'say
to cureu (,l-s. DeWtitt's Witch Haz-I
Saive save- all that expense a,,d n-ver
f ai:. Beware of countetifits. All
dlea h'rs-

Deputy Utats-dl States Marshal .1. M.
Fortes ia, airr-sted another itinerant
whisky peddler. Israel Fish-tr. with
headquarters at Tallahassee and St.
Marks. Fisher had a hearing before
Cominss:oner hIodes..n S.taurday, and
was- held in i,,nd of $100) to appear at
the next term of the Unit.d States
C, urt.




She Dida't Wear a Xask.






011 Soldier's Experience.
. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
ichester, lad., writes: "My wife was
Sa long tune in spite of good doctor's
tment, hut was wholly cured by Dr.
g's New Life Pills, which worked
ders for her health." rhey always
Tliy them. Only 25t at aU druggists.

Ira E.K. Hollinger in on a visit to
ads at Woodvdlle.
on. M. H. Johnson, one of Leon's
nty conmiamooers, returned this
Ak from a short sojourn at Panacea.
Ne learn that work will be begun in
nest next month on the Tallahassee
ith Eastern.
[rs. Fred. T. Myers and Master Blount
I Mrs. T. Eugene Perkms left Satur-
So spend an outing at the charming
Irs. L. C. Yaeger and family returned
urday from Panacea where they
nt a delightful time last week.
The W~hlington Life.
s the oldest and best Insurance Comn
ny. One dollar a week will secun
P best 20-year payment policy. Fif
cents will secure ordinary life 20
yment, non-perfectable. your money
d 6 per dent back if you live, and full
e value if you die. For particulars
1 on J. C. TRICE.

Fudging from the number of our citi
ns who are preparing to go away fo
e summer our streets will very sa on


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Summer ear
-- 'U
The most complete line Men's
Shoes, all grades; also -.omen's,
Misses' and Children's (oes, in
high and low cuts. Ge ts' Fur-
nishings, Negligee Shire, Shirt
Waists, Underwear in al grades.
Hats for Men, Boys and dildren.
Trunks, Bags and Coa Cases.
Specialties in Summer Cloihing.

.0.-Meginniqs Jr

Miss Blake's Sanitrium
Next door north of Leon V open
all the year. Graduate nursed For pir-
tiularsaply to
MISS SALUz E. BLAKE, trop'r,
7 6m Tallhasee, la.









A ter r Told if tAbel wBrnaus, the
Boer, .ud Lord Wolseley.
A good story Is told of the old Boer,
Abel Erasmus, and Lord Wolseley,
then Sir Garnet Wolseley. in connec-
tim with the part Erasmus took in
Wolseley's campaign in 1879 against
Sekukuni, the chief of the Bapedis, on
the borders of Swaziland. After the
apture of Sekukuni be was immedi-
ately brought before: Sir Garnet Wolse-
tey, who asked him 'how he, a misera-
ble Kaffir, living in a cave, dared to
Gefy the great queen of England. The
chief replied that he had been Insti-
ated to do so by Abel Erasmua.
Sir Garnet In describing the scene at
Q Public dinner given to him at Preto-
ria on his return from the campaign
Said that he wished there and then to
let Abel Erasmus know that if ever he
found that Erasmus had been inciting
any chief to levy wtr against England
and he war-able tol lay hands on bim
Abel Erasmus would hang as high as
" Haman. -
A few days after the dinner Sir Hen-
ry Brackenbury, Sir Garnet's military
secretary, was sitting in his office
when a tall, bearded Boer entered and
asked permission td speak with him.
"I am Abel Erasmus." he said. "and
I have very important business to do
He explained thtt he had come to
see Sir Garnet W lseley, for he had
heard that Sir Gar iet had said that if
he could lay hold o0 him he would hang
him, and so he had come to be banged.
Sir Garnet was in the next room. and
Sir Henry Brack-nbury thought it
would be advisabli to consult him on
the subject Sir Ghrnet, however, hap-
pened to be too busy at the moment to
see anybody, and .ir Henry after re-
flection persuaded 'his angry visitor to
take his leave ant. allow the hanuging
to stand over for t ie time.

alique Method: Employed to Over-
come Certain" DieaUex.
Freezing, baking, illuminating, tor-
turing, frightening aud bruising are
among the accepted ways of curing cer-
tain diseases, says a writer in the Phil-
adelphia Times. For example, the bak-
Ing cure; When +e has a well devel-
oped rheumatism.'he is placed in a spe-
cles of stove and the crystals of uric
acid are literally melted out of his body.
Another odd cere once tried for
Aieumatism wat burial in damp.
w=rm clav. Th p 3rt rheumatic buri'.

1 and COLDS

Pynyf ectoral
The Canadiman Remedy for all

Throat and Lung Affections.
Large Battles, 25 cents.
Prop's Ptrr* Davis' Pain-Klter.
New York. .lontreaL Z


The stomach is the vital center of the
body. It is the organ from which all
other organs are fed. A weak stomach
means a weak man. There never was a
strong man with a weak stomach. What
is called weak stomach" is in general a
diseased condition of the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition,
which prevents the proper digestion of
the food which is taken into the stom-
achi, and so reduces the nutrition of the
body. When all food is taken away the
body starves. When the food eaten is
only digested and assimilated in part it
only nourishes the body in part, and so
the body is partly starved. And this
starvation is felt in every organ of the
body dependent on the blood which is
made from food.
The great variety of the cures per-
formed by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery is due to its remarkable
power to heal diseases of the stomach
and allied organs. It cures through the
stomach diseases seemingly remote, but
which have their origin in a diseased
condition of the stomach and the other
organs of digestion and nutrition.
"Weak" heart, lungs, kidneys and weak-
ness of other organs is cured with the
cure of the weak stomach.
Mr. Thomas A. Swarts. Box 103, Sub-Station
C., Columbus. Ohio..write': "I was taken very
sick with severe headache, then cratups in the and food would not digest, then kidney
and liver trouble, and miy bick got weak so I
could-scarcely get around. The more I d(loctored
the worse I got until six years passed. I had be-
come so poorly I could only walk in the hou-e
by the aid of a chair, and "I got so thin I had
given up hp die. thinking that I could not be
-cured. Then one of my neighbors said, 'Take
Dr. Pierce's Goldfln Medical i)is.cocvrv and imake-
a new ai:ni out of urmrself.' The first ibuai,-
helpe-d ti .so I thought I would get anotA!cr, and
after I haI taken ilht lxttles I was weiglhedt
and found I had gainedd tweiitv-mVcitn (27, !;,.
in axout six weeks. I have done inor lhartd
work in the past elvtc-n 1n1iths tlhan I dil inl
two years before, and I ain a,- stout and lieu-tiy
to-day, I think, .as I ever was."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure

took place at Menominee, Mich., The
Treatment was not a success, and thla
form of cure has b"en given up.
The freezing cure: Tfis was first in-
troduced by a Swiss doctor, Paul Bur-
deyront. HIe placed his patients in
sheets inmnersed in ice water, packing
the patient all about with crushed i-e.
This treatment is loday used in typhoid
fever cases.
Or the patient is plunged into an ice
water bath. The treatment saves many
lives. Raging fever above 105 degrees
F. has been brought down by these
means to normal-98 2-5 degrees-in
less than ten minutes.
Neither of these modes of treatment
actually freezes one. A physician of
Paris, M. Figeau. introduced in 1890 an
ammonia vapor method, which really
froze the patient. The body was placed
in a chamber into which certain chem-
icals were introduced.1 Ammonia gas,
by sudden evaporation, then produced
intense cold, and the blood In the body
lost most of its heat.
M. Figeau's method did not meet
with success. Some of his patients
succumbed to the drastic measures,
and the practice was abandoned.

Even the highest personages in Tur-
key are not exempt from suspicio-
Their movements are watched and re-
ported to the palace by an army of
spies who swarm in every quarter.

How say we have no clothes?
One plaid for both will do.
Let but the king, in raising men,
Our spears and pikes renew;
We'll fight as one, we two!
Pow say we have no clothes?
One skirt our limbs shall hide.
Let but the king, in raising .sen,
Halberd and lance provides"
We'll do it, side by side.

How say we have no clothes?
My kirtle thou shall wear.
Let but the king, in raising men,
Armor and arms pre-pare;
The toils of war we'll share.
-Book World.

Nearly Every Known Means of Loco-
motion Is In Use.
Everywhere up the Volga and its
hundred tributaries ascend the iron
barges of the Caspian sea oil fleet,
while through the canals to St. Peters-
burg alone pass annually during the
215 days of free navigation thousands
of stea:i.i'r and liarhrges bearing Ilmil
lions of tons of freight. Every known
means of locoinotien is used. from
men who. like OXeni. t-r:,.i) the tow-
paths, hauling the smal'I" biarges, to
powerful tugs that cre'e ;loi.N by
means of an endless chain laid in the
bed of the cana:ils and ininor rivers.
dra.ggig after themin at snail pace great
caravans of heavy barges.
From the greater streams ilwinense
craft nearly 400 feet long. 15 feet in
depth, carrying ;(;,(0 tons of freight,
drift down to the Caspian. where they
are lbrok-li. to piee.'s to bie used as flire-
wvood on the sten:luers .goiiig up streali.
In all there "Ire> ll ,i hiies of uiavi ia-
ble v:titer\v:iys ilI thle v:illey of the Vol-
ga:. or if llhe stirea'ins wlich float the
giall It r:ifls lhi:it lori:i so l-airge a pirt of
I the in'.ilie- of the rivers are inoilu;d'l-
,the niileig, is incresevid to nearly 15.-
000, or as iinueh as that of the vailey of
the Missis.isI)pi.
lFifty tl it.sdliid rl':its are fPoated
downi the Vol:.': i annually, iman.y of
them i;l fe-t long ;by 7 thick. and this
gives lb)it ;a faint idea of the real trallie
of flie rivc(. tfor it add((ition i here ane
1lO.OO141(0,6 tolls of prodluIce passilng u)
and down the river during the o011(n11
season. Much of this centers at N'ijni
Novgorod. To this famiious market
steamers and barges come from all
parts of ItRussia. bringing goods to be
sold at the great annual fair. over
$2(00.0t.0(0 worth of merchandise
changing hands in a few weeks. Thir-
ty thousand craft, including rafts, are
required -for this traffic. They come
from as far north as Archangel, as far
east as the Urals, from Astrakhan in
the south. St. Petersburg and Moscow
to the west, while great caravans of
ships of thle desert arrive daily from
all parts of Asia.-Engineering Maga-

Many women fail to digest their food.
and so become pale. sallow, thin anti
weak, while the brightness, freahness
and beauty of the skin and complexion
departs. Remedy this by taking Her-
hine after each meal. to digest what you
have eaten. Price, 50 cents. Wight &



i TALL'AIIASSEE, FLA., June 15, 1901. "
WEach C6unty Superintendent will please mail one of these Circulars to Every Teacher In his County.
To Teachers -nrid School, Officers8:
The final announcement t for Teachers' Training Schools.
Through (,-he generous donations of the Peabody Trustees supplemented by an appropriation made by the
Florida Legislture, the following schools will be conducted.

ARCADIA, (I-'," ir/;tcs).)-Prof. Arthur Williams, Principal, and Rlev. P. W. Corr (supplied by County
Board), assistant. Begins July 17th. Write Principal regarding rates of board.
ST. PET iSBUI G, (IoF Jth :'(wes)-D)r. H. M. Evans, President Normal University, Chattanooga,
Tenn., Prof. J49. E. Guikinger and Miss Rowena Longmire. Begins June 24th. In this school special attention will
be given to i ilustrial education, the splendid equipment of the St. Petersburg Normal and Industrial School
having been uit at the disposal of the teachers for this purpose. Salt water bathing and boating facilities are
readily access. ble. Write Professor Guisinger at St. Petersburg, for rates. of board, etc.
DELAN ), (F'or. Both Rtces)-Prof. L. W. Buchholz, Principal, and Dr. Jno. F. Forbes and Mrs. L. B.
Matches, assist lits. Begins June 24th. Special lectures and lessons will also be given by members of thie
faculty of St. tson University through the courtesy of that institution. Fo:' the White Department of this school
the buildings, laboratories and libraries of the University have been offered free of charge, and board may be had
in the legal dormitories for -4 per week, which includes room, table board, laundry, etc. The Colored De
apartment wil be conducted in the Colored Public School.
(;GEENI COVE SPtINGS, (Fr VWhites)-Profs. A. A. Murphree and J. M. Stuart, Associate Princi-
pals. Boardlat $2.50 to $4.50 a week. Facilities for bathing in the sulphur springs or boating on the St.
Johns unsur passed.
WESTVILLE, (For Whidtes)-Prof. II. P. Baya and Miss Elizabeth Bangs. Board from $9 to $12 a
GAINESVILLE, (For Ne.roes)-Prof. Geo. M. Lynch and Mrs. J. B. Johnston. Begins July 1st.
MONTICELLO, (For Negroes)-Profs. J. H. Fulks and F. A. Hathaway. Begins July 1st. Board, $5
per month.,
TERM-4-It is intended to conduct each of these schools for two months though any of them will be
closed whenever the attendance shall be so small as not to justify its continuance.
THE C(OURSE OF STUDY laid down in the Syllabus used during the past two years will be supplied
to the teachErs and will be pursued with such modifications asthe instructors may deem necessary.
THE IPURPOSE of these schools is not to prepare teachers to pass examinations, but chiefly to instruct
them in pedagogical principles, to train them in teaching methods, and to inspire them with the true educa-
tional spirit. Instructors and attendants will govern themselves accordingly.
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A%, Sh 9 AFWW' =I&

ant l .!et i :u u 'e n->io-iU at i i i ti11
isle which produced su1h beautiful

Too Profuse.'
Managing Ediitor-Quilleriwrites more
than twice as much as any other man
on the staff. lie really '-deserves to
have his salary raised.
Business Manager-On tie contrary,
he ought to have it reduced. Just think
of the money he costs us 4n a year in
the matter of pens, mink nd paper!-
Boston Transcript.

Many men in China d4 uot marry,
the priests who serve in*-the temple
and those who take up literaryy pur-
suits abstaining by choice while many
remain single by reason t their pov-
erty. r

Once Used Always Aianted.
Thousands who have is4d John R.
Dickpy's Old Reliable EyejWater say so.
Why? Because it cures ore or weak
eves or granulpited lids without pain.
Children like it because'it feels good
when applied. Sold by Wight & Bro.
for 25 cts. Money back: if 3yon don't
like it.

Jehu Allen's Pair.
When the house voted to prohibit lhl
nor selling in army canteens, John Al
len of Mississippi Wus not recorded.
Some good women of Mississippi noted
the fact that he did iiot vote and
called on him for an explanation,
knowing that Mr. Allen* had been at
one time quite active in- the Congres-
sional Temperance society. Mr. Allen
replied that he was paired on the can-
teen question. "You sesi, ladies." lie
said. "the situation was this: My wife
thinks very much as you do about this
legislation In regard to the canteen. I
have some doubts as to whether con-
gress will really promote temperance
among soldiers in this way. So I pair-
ed my Judgment with my wife's con-
science and decided not to vote."-8t.
Louis Globe-Democrat.

Both at Reut.
"I suppose," said the stonecutter,
"you'll want 'Requiescat in pace' at the
bottom of your wife's monument?"-
"No," replied the bereaved Mr. Peck;
"make it 'Requiesco in pace."'
"That means *1 rest in:peace,' doesn't
"Yes. and I want yon to sign that
'Husband.' "-Cathqlic Standard and

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

wteere !,e(-essitie. for phi-sic'k, ror pres-
ervatiot of the health, and that the
same 14. taken privately by ancient
men." 'But the "creature called tobac-
ko" se4ned to have an indestructible
life. Ars. Alice M. Earle writes of
these 4rly restrictions about tobacco
In "Sta coach and Tavern Days:"
Land rds were ordered not to "suf-
fer an tobacco to be taken into their
houses on penalty of a fine to the
"victu- ler" and another to "the party
that t+Ccs it." The laws were con-
'tantlyvaltered and enforced, and still
tobat4| was grown and was smoked.
No on could take it "publicquely" nor
in his wn house or anywhere else be-
fore st angers. Two men were forbid-
den to moke together.
No o e could smoke within two miles
of the meeting house on the Sabbath
day. here were wicked backsliders
who re caught smoking around the

live f1
ties w
his a
no eqc



1 Rice. a prominent druggist of
xro. Gra.. writes as follows:
yve handled Dr. Pitta' Carmina-
eight years, and have never
of a single instance where it
Give perfect satisfaction. Par-
D once use it always make per-
: customers. We sell more of
icle than all' the other Carminina-
soothmi syrups and colic drop's
ed." For teething children it has


General--, reveniu... ,
Ain't ctlleeted aind
aidl ;,) luine 1,
P101. ............
Fines, fq'riturs ....
.\i"'t tc lle.-tol and
1,aid so June 1,
1 01 .l.. ...
Am t (Sleet-d andd
laid Junlie 1.
1901 ... ........
.Count. tools, in-
eludi IpIlls ..
Am't Kl ktedl antd
paid .lune I.
1 1 ..........

Clerk 4 Circuit C'ourt,

S 7.;;)! -,;

79,SI -

1, VIS 02-
2.2 1Gia;-,;

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i4\':. A. I t i:a Ax.
L. n nit\, 1I14,61

T. S5. E. Railroad
WVill r,~ a linssentrer- train f'verv 'Liv ini
& week t'x(e't -.umid~ay.

Read wi. Ra

4 :(X)1 i x. i.v..... Wai-i-a ... A r. i m.!
5:15 ). in. Ar. .T1;>lal:isha-.1.. \-Iv i" m
& I A-ell Air( -'i; -', |

STick-t.s will be for s:il- : I r. Lewis'l
Store. 'Thomias City. aiil at ;at.' raini t
minute before leaviir-'.
For formation as ti fr,-: ;, or -.ipre-',1
to [r. Dr ewis, agent, or iq:. Ti 0-,-it. -
tor at fsain.
Hac'swill meet train .A.' \x r -roifl
rctunlrtmig leave Tallahti.-, '1i.- mt1
for Tlhmas City.
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.. . M t in Quantity. I :i .,wi4
F 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remediss
ed ^^^*f~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~ m/^^\\^^^^^f^^-~^r-~M^rMt--^f. ^^^ -*.y

1 . f .. 3_ -7

jentis .

1 f Pure Juices -from N : oo
'1I the
11 the REGUUATES the Liver, Stoach a. Bl

S people Cleanses the System, Pvri fe-38if i

;uffer CURES Malaria, Biliousness,

Som a eak Stomach and Impaired Pigesti

diseased Every Botfle Garateed to Gi Satisa i,

....... F A ce R.0 c t R ,s.
t I Prcna~by J^ESF. BALI.ARD, St. Lout.Mo


be i

Is al






corner OIbtDe-]L~e-Ui~tg KIn: USc n
on the s ~eet, and they were timi
set in tbt~sto\*ks and in eages.
Until ijithlki a fe-w y":lrx there
New Eiq4aI~I :Owls whetre to

and imf4~vlo vi;:irl',')XIL]" ~tr-
were asqiumted at kwein;,U~E
cease sn ki -esr.
Mr. iJfiiahtwrote in I-;ta
knew mPP. t~en Ilivinvr. whoii.'~d had
plead gt41tyeor not g:;iltv 'a .1 1)
police c4&uVrt~'or snii'bijjg'in tiik, St
of Bostorz.
In Col.,41 (e(fin VII :11'i ~a
indulgenA-e 9as liermnitt.0il I .L
a man (could! sinke olict.- i~'a
ney of t'n uwiles.

-&nd #ben." she saiid iu tvil~inq of
roant episode, "'she sprang gs

"Abe UL?"
"f e)urse. N you doubt it?"
mobh,11o"be replied, -but aftet
WnS bi,4i can't help thin..In- thaz
ginut ba*re jarred himi quite a bt

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It is storage tL::t r-one of ber hal l Oa1
ever thought of s;,-ting to be north %bl l
pole.-Waswhingt-:4n P.:.PolsP lal TS-
Let us be just to Vesuvius. 4t sm8ok10? A
a great ie1!.L b-it it't s"iuo-e ,ciga- areamonglhe bestknown
rctes.--la~sas City journal.: of the mainy dangerous
In Chis--. te old, i.' wild plan- and shrubs.
S ITo touch 4" handle them
never tell." sees to have eta rem.-tL- quicklypr'duces swelling l
eled into "Never kiss a:d t '-osto and inflan-m.ation with in-
Globe. tense itching and burning
Somnie Kansas statisti,-ian Lhis f;iured ; oftheskirt Theeruption
that every baby is worth $ltg0 to thie soon disapears, the suf-
state. It is safe to say hlie didn't ac- ferer hop* forever; but
cept the parents' fi-ures. Atlanta almost as on as the little blisters andi
ti ps Apustules a feared the poison had reached
rJournal. the blood and will break out at regular
It would seem as if Water'ille. Me.. intervals id each time in a more aggra-
belies its name, itnasmuhc a. its cil- vated fornE. This poison will loiter in the
zens have l)aid fines amounting to $5,- system fo years, and every atom of it
000 for illegally selling liquors.-Bos- i must be fced out of the blood before you
ton Herald. .. can a perfect, permanent cure.
It is only tele oil well whichh gushes NallPe^ AR11461f
that is lWeard from. The dr.y holes are V N Cs AI
ever i,'ntiti;u",l; hence the jiupression k FOR
gains ground that there are no dry NalNrcl's PlsMnS,
holes.--Iallas News.
holes.- Dallas News. is the on cure for Poison Oak, Poison
hen a real prince is stripped anti ,Ivy, and 11 noxious plants. It is cornm-
search(d for miinions (i oI- repiublic, *"ri'niunphant is the tit to get the poison out of your
democracy" iiay lie said i, : have :ir- I system, 4 delay ni makl-es your condition
rived.-New York Mail and :xpress. worse. don'tt experiment longer with
The res-lt of EnI:.hind's strut-le for salvcs,wa hes and soaps-they never cure.
o iiierC I : i MrS. M1rilri.h!l, lkkepcr of the Atlanta
:o~lu elr(e:.:il s reliu <'Y~ *( leeGih i a.) Ga ,i.;ht'C.,'- w s poi.-ned wxi'h I'Puiont
destrctiion of liet' arit-altir:ll inter- Oak. He ,o*k SThlphur. Arsenic and varioni
ests. I t is toeo t t -.1i : other drbn and applied externally nunieroti,
~e~st,. It +s n lte h d th t ; ric'l lotions ai, salve, with no benefit. AttimeSthe
GerniniiV will n tiio' Sut aIm st bli i. F ,r eight Tears the ix.ln wo:ll
timil'e nSll. breakoAt -ervs,-as;,n. liisconlition .vias luch
Tlie M. issoN li ( .!i> ir'i. rl 't i It lie 1in s: 1 in:rov"elt tert;tk:'1ntone,)trtle ,f S. S. S.,and
S- a f.w bt-t t -;clarc(d lh. i:; blood of the i -);-,n, anl
favo:'alh !S (1 *II .'.'s. lli"l i all evidet.i s of tih d:seasc e disappeaicl.
beliteved tiat lte t 'hreii.'.s "' t!!i' sIt;r- People are often poisoned without
have inev'r ltad suich 'i'r!:i. hl):'.,&";.'. lno\\"n4 vhenorhow. Extiain your
Glorious (111 l 1.M :,ur Si,, ,b.!-Zrv.-s ful'y to ;mr ....vsicians, and thev will
'.ll the t.Pi- d thiln,1 s Lhi:it t'ln .,,. sh we ed 1:1::1 l,-r -St. I., s St;a vice i s e ) :-, ,:r-.r:, w:'., t char-.-, a-uil
W ;i t w -n ; r l t ,: : -.' -: t r'.; ; a il i I': : 'r ^ .- L -

Entlsih R'ds.,' j Ta|E S 'S-T SPECIFIC Cri.. ArLANTA. GA.
After the :il,;ii'. -!:i ei.t of P.-itni .
by thle o:,i'.l,,.s tl K:i'ls.I ;i 11 i!:!. ) SM O K RS .
us' ;!:i,'l ir'." l'.:I:s ir'l< th -:i H RD ONSMOKERS.
hi.I':iiIs i! ,:iii 1 ii N!tt Uoti;t O.d Tr |d I. T;:;ise.e.jit '-o- .t the
[tl', l~l: t), uoll t'Us"k"' tIt
tile s:\ T.'lii .h ,::: of ('harJes II t::.t i 'r o
Is. 1,;7,; v..s :ia ," s, t i flt,, i cIt ..I of f)!t<4 ( 'ili' oi-.. f a,,1 tinmeW
lii:m (e to iliprov te te ruias o' ';- I l\ !:tl i 4of ': W.iA
land. in va;iri- .iitii;il lhi,-'s .a !'l, ,i by the
l mll;~!I'g's t .S t i ;ls,:,l 1, l'rs : is t:." !;,*t' ill-
The Topkz.
The word toliaz co(0e4 from the: jnridl ,l i ,iai'. -sinl,I1 il th-i
Of 'inlt.:t-atilhl.:1 liqlu,,r~s, i'., h ,le 11-!.
Greek verb !g-ii\inv luto .zuess. rIhe it an lu. i. d t
..ll( thit ai.ntijog oft liew, te for-
jewel was n'ronilht fli-,!Li.t' Veast a:il h1 i h ,.t-il.v;riln a .t i iuiig ier-
repo'rted to have eOlie froil au islia. -L i .
1M .1 iitt.i iiy ..n.5lll .0 toli lUl..ti.l>l of the

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To Ployttairu and Sea Shoire iReso
BefOro nl*ti :r;
i'nur stnn.tpr tr~II-.fir.h'd!gu
you shotild (all on Ti'Ii'e .Yit

boatrdl ir ILitiv .'~~~Te

UIe's mnfnic t at-trav" i%-,. S to
Niount*1p Re- irtN ;in W. NO
Carrliriv* and 5'l iliji. a
V)t !)( -44he o I "Lort V n
fVir-inb B.:iaIi. ( i I*P.;
.rret l~st~rtiI~t-.0~ Jer

i:L i hi--i(k : i r(I Ai **v1)roi X1
than i x~it h rie *( VI

LL l1iwey g':

Wade Untder Section 3.5. Ch '- r415
of Florid a.',101ol.1.
Frax C~c~ro Lct' cii nmr; v. !0a
*,Oiieetvj fix the currvitt ~~i~q),
:tppuxrti(wimi,nt of the sizn. Ibc

Ani' K ui.leuCto. U1 141 "0l J
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Athens, Tenn., Jan. 27,1901.
Ever sincethe. first appearance of my
senses they were very irregular and I
suffered with great *a in my hit,
back, stomach nd egs, with terri
bearing down pains in the abdomen.

ina years. : NAzinrm DAvis.

What is life worth to a woman suffer.
ing like Nannb Davis suffered? Yet
there are women in thousands of homes
to-day who are bearing those terrible
menstrual pains in silence. If ou are
one of these want to say that this

will bring you permanent relief. Con-
sole yourself fth the knowledge that
1,000,000 women have been completely
cured by Wine of Cardui. These wom-
en suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular
menses, headache, backache, and
bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui
will stop all these aches and pains
for you. Purchase a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui to-day and take it in
the privacy of your home.

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-. ':La'' 'II *1~!r.,:I.llr4.572...jViT....~.,'fl,.4
l co.' :i:c Co., t :~ ...luv:.., 2~

Thi- Torture of a FlInx Shirt.
T!.-' ii!::t tryil:i ord(:;I l thl:i Ioh.oker
\\ ,;;s i afl .'wl .s f.'o'c-d ito eoiall-tv' as:
a sl;!t. li .v ';w:. the wN i- :l I.I o(f a iliax
hiirI. In hlis au7iotrnipiy. "l) Froun.
Slavry.'" he says:
"I' T I .- l n!! lived ilt ":- . t;ix (Is ;:ilrt
of tIh' 'l tloth i'-' :! Ves. T !,':[ l:l!rt
of t14 finx ifr.' .. ;. o( ,r cll i:hiuig
was i-::11 \\;v l r.,'= iy the rl'e.fgt .
which l f < ourl" -sr s. llt (: ;- l: ;aH1
roiugh.- -.l :: t. I (-:i) sc; -rc"l i i.- i
any t : li;in' xi- tl !iht';l;i ti:s jt li!,
of a; i ,. 1; ;.:. is i'qllal to tlh t ial !i.- ld
by (i .'. :: )l : ; '\w lNA Ix s :.i t for the
firs,: ,. ,. I. is ;- llii'it c .i:al to tlhe
fetl li'_ 1l.;It n 'i ould V:W:i'i'i(- ice if Ihe
hald a 'i>,z7(-l o'. lm-ore chestnll t inr.s or :1
llirnil sm11:ll pi!in points inll con'tact
wilh 1i. Itilsh-. Ei-ven to this day I c-nn
recall ;an v't:irtly the tortures that I un--
denrvowt when pulling on one of these
ga il'alrl's. '1it, fact that lily flesh was
soft :ii! I triidr ialdetd to the pain. ITuti
I h1 l 1o hoh:ice. I had to wear the flax
shirti or niioni, and had it been left to
me to choose I should have chosen to
3 wear no covering.
"4 i eoliniction with the flax shirt my
brother John, who Is several years old-.
er than I am, performed one of the
most generous acts that I ever heard of
one slave relative doing for another.
On several occasions when I was being
forced to wear a new flax shirt he gen-
erouslyt.grced to put it on in my stead
and wear it for several days till it was
'broken in.' Utitil I had grown to be
quite a youth this single garment was
all that I wore."

The Resin Eaters.
"Resin eating.' said a south Georgia
doctor, "is a habit acquired by the
Cracker settlers who live in the neigh-
borhood of a turpentine still. The resin
they use isn't the hard. shiny resin of
t0ommerce. but has been dipped out of
the cooking caldron at an "early stage
< the process, and when it cools it can
be kne-aded between the fingers like
Wft. The backwoods resin eater will
btte off 111n immense chunk and chew it
liaeidly until i, disappears. The heat
Ifthe inouth kqeps it fairly soft, but if
chewing becomes too deliberate It
ib apt to 'set,' a* they say, and cement
victim's Jaws together In a grip of

"On one occMsion a big, rawboned
btckwxodsman who used to hang
arOund a still I'operated came rushing
Ilto my little office, clutching his face
l both hands and making a horrible
Ur1gling noise fn his throat. 'What on
earth is the master?' I asked In alarmp.
'ria rosum's s4t,' said another Crack-
4o, who brought up the rear. I was non-
l^Ied at first, but finally grasped the
6dt that the man had been chewing a
ftustrous slab of resin and had
hoghtlessly suspended operations
f enough to allow it to solidify and
damp his teeth like a vice. We finally
sed his mouth open with a chisel and
1roke a couple of molars In the opera-
*% Next day I saw him chewing

an Italian Tenor Was Babled
to Reaeh High Q.
"There was once an Italian tenor at
ent Garden of the name of Tasca.
I amn sorry to say, sang his own
better than the score," says Mr.
Parry, the stage director at
'Mr..3 ,--- ---

matter. "Well." he replied, "these fun-
ny fellows have trained their peach
trees against the south side of the wall
to get the midday sun instead of
against the north."-London Truth.

An Editorial Error.
"Did anybody ever try to start a
newspaper here?" asked the intellectu-
al looking man with glasses.
"Yes," answered Broncho Bill; "but
It failed. The editor wouldn't tend to
"Was he a dissipated man?"
"No; but he Insisted on sitting at his
desk with his back to the door when he
ought to have been standing with a six
shooter in his hand and hic .eye at a
knothole."-Washington Star.

A Lon Mile..
The Swedish mile is the longest mile
In the world. A traveler in Sweden
when told that he is only about a. mile
from a desired point would better hire
t horse, for the distance he will have
to walk if he chose in his Ignorance to
adopt that mode of travel is exactly
11.700 vards.

*l'So C,~aie lb'' Them.
A resident in a small suburban town
had a visit from a German friend who
knew little English, but played the vio-
lin welL One of .this resident's neigh-

[Her thought.]-
The wind is waring all the trees;
They whisper in the sun,
And ever through the sweet, warm gras
The wayward shadows run.
Oh. turn you here or turn you there,
Thlie thought will not away
That love comes as the wind comes,
And none may say it may.

One day he came to me and said, witn
great show of mystery:
"Tell me tlhe exact spot'
"I could not for the life of me under-
stand what he wanted.
"'You know well enough what 1
mean.' he persisted. 'Show me the
spot where Tamberlik sang the high C.
There Is always one spot on the stage
th&t Is better than all the others to
stand on when you sing. Where is it?'
'I'll show you later.' I replied. 'Rut.
remember, never a word. It would
cost me my place.if it should leak out.'
"Then I drove a brass tack into one
of the stage boards, and he was over-
joyed when I solemnly pointed out 'the
exact spot.' and so were the workmen
at the prospect of a joke at his expense.
That night he carefully stood on the
tack and sang the high C. Rushing
Into the wings, he exclaimed: *Beauti-
ful! Wonderful!' Ever afterward, no
matter what part of the stage demand-
ed his presence, he would rush to the
tack when the time for the high C
came and there deliver t."-Saturday
Evening Post.

The Doctor's Indlacretlon.
"There is no profession which calls
'or the use of more discretion than the
profession of medicine." remarked a
well known physician of this city.
"Just to give you an instance:
"I came home late one evening after
a very busy day and was told by the
office boy that a certain Mrs. S. had
called me up three times on the tele-
phone. As her young hopeful had scar-
let fever and I was afraid lie had taken
a sudden turn for the worse, 1 got 'cen-
tral' to connect me with her house
without delay.
*". lie iniss;s has g~cne to led. sir,'
said Ihe voice of a maid in reply. 'but
she ,n s so :lX:ixiios to know if she
could wash 'Toiulliy's face.'
"I filed d Mik tha;'t s'he :had better ask
lie nurse if it was diry. N!I\W thiey
lawve another doctor."-New York Mail
and lExxpIres-s.

A <4 l uzrit. -.,.-...I .! I | l .) ill.
Ace(.rdin. to thiet rule sanct: ited by
centuries of Chinese document can ai:; e l\ 1 aul horit'y of tlht
i imperiall Ihinlle (:f ('lhiili unless it bears
a red spIt pinleed Ihere t ;, the s: ,r-
eigin. To thie "r:;id 'eolIi! l tie tsui.;ng-
li-yaimlu and: all other dtp;arlt1ini-its of
state take llwier busintless. ;ti the gra't ;d
colnill in its tI urn (l-,i'.-i :; til;nd'e i
mI1nts 111 attalleh s to ,,.:le!i la ):'ce (of
red paper on1 \;h-ih its \own teislt is
written. IEaech niornlinr at d:tilyovlre:i'
the gra;ld c.;i'.il pri eeds t lilit pIil
ace to .sulnitl tie papers 1t ite sov-er-
eign. who as each document is pro-
duced signifi-s approval by making a
small spot v.-ish a brush ( n the margin
of the red paper. With the red spot
upon it the paper is the mjost .sacred
thing in the world to a Chinani:n; with-
out it it may be torn to shreds with hi-
punity.-Leslie's Weekly.

Out of His Latitude.
He understood all about the sun and
the moon and the stars and something
about the weather. Indeed, he was
popularly supposed to regulate this
last, and his indication of probabilities
It sp, ) ks we l fr Chamberlain's( oughh Ir when drnegists use it in their
own, famil',e in preferunct, to any a,.,e.I
"I hi-Va- sli Chsamiirlrin's ouigh Ri-m
edi for the past five years with c mplet-
*.at'sfa, lion to ny'-t'f and r;',o,,erF.'
ws; s Druftuis-t ... (S<.1 NY I bhat- alwawsv '- td it in mn
own famni'rv b'e*' f 'r 'dinarv rmughs
and cois ard for tli, cough tfn'Owinr"
li gr pnlo. and til 't v rv fficapiort's."
*-Or sa:, hy Wight & i'.o an I all medi-
cili. delt r .
was received as gospel hy his admiring
fellow citizens in a certain southern
colony of Australia. He went to Eng-
land for a well earned holiday.
He was shown over a celebrated fruit
garden there. Hlie was observed to be
sniffing about as if something were
wrong. They asked him what was the

of souvenirs and presents that any
man not a professional collector ever
brought Into this country. The duties
amounted to $3,000.
"Arrived in Lansingburg, Billy hired
the town hall, sent his packing boxes
filled with these oriental and European
treasures np to the hall and bad them
all taken out and put on exhibition as
though for a church fair. Upon each
article he marked the name of some
friend whom he wished to remember
with a gift. There were hundreds in
this category, but Billy had presents
for them all.
"On the day appointed -for the pres-
entation he Invited his army of friends
to the town halL To each he turned
over the present selected for him, and
amid the cheers of his grateful and ad-
miring fellow townsmen the hall was
stripped of Its beautiful things.
"When the last present had been
placed in the hands of its recipient.
Billy went back to his home and lay
down-to die. Within th v i. .ki. i.-

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mouth Is very large, so that one has
been known to cut a man's body com-
pletely in two at a single snap of its
cruel Jaws and another to swallow one
at a gulp. Near Calcutta one of these
sharks was seen to swallow a bullock's
ead. horns and all. -
From the stomach of another a bull's
hide was taken entire, and the sailor
who made the discovery insisted that
the bull had been swallowed whole
and all except the hide had been di-
gested. From the stomach of another
was taken, a lady's workbox, filled with
the usual contents, scissors and alL It
Is commonly the white shark which
follows the vessel at sea day after day
and week after week.

[His thought.]
The wind is scattering the leave.
The clouds rush up the sky,
The vagrant snowflakes find no rest,
But whirl and toss dnd fly,
And still thought wanders with the wind,
Returning but to say.
"Oh, love goes as the wind blows,
And none may bid it stay!"
-Aldis Dunbar in Ainslee's Magazine.

He Was rUnustly Punished, but He
Forgave the Offense.
After his graduation from Harvard
college Phillips Brooks became a
teacher in the Boston Latin school.
And here, on the very threshold of his
career, he met witli failure. So much
had been expected of him that his
want of success was naturally a sub-
ject of much conilmelnt at the time, and
after he had become a great preacher
his early failure was still referred to
and sometimes was used to point a
It was a turbulent class that Phillips
Brooks had to teach. Before lie. took
charge of it three teachers had been
driven away. Thte main who followed
Mr. Brooks. to fill out the year, con-
fessed himself so wearied by the fre-
quent resort to corporal plulnis hment
that he w:is obliged to botalke himself
to the mountains for the suinnler to
recupri'rate his strien-th. The oIys
were ce-rtaiily in fault, but the bl':ida,
wa:s not whol!y theirs. all(d loln silica ,
they ii:i!:. I- s ! to) have replunted
of their illischief.
Phillilpls lroi-ks wa;s tl:chn iot yet 20
ye:Irs old. liitlc morte IO h!in a hoy. Nat-
urally,. Ihle:ips. he iadie inisnl:les. On
oione oc :lsioin,. sa::,-: his ll.i l.:ir ;ipher. he
apunislhed a lav who had conlinitted
no Inuilt.
A fter iMr. li rooks ihad Ieomne bishop
of l'issail sit.s. aI s he wa;s ollvoilln
ill his til.lesti" ('Cozlliln!i. hI,- Iliet this ,oy. t!;(ln al :"1 :1-
titur, illi;n <,<': 1 in ; 0 p stt <' tlllrusZt lndl
Inluiu ct'e,. N.- itiiwr I:;ialln hlil l'orl.fotlten
the in cidi i.
L1oolking. dI),v. *, : h:s :n plpil. the
lbisl<;> nllai.l.' :I !f ;.l:i :.l ilr:'a r icl
i rlie.nss. '"',' ;1 I..e. iv',." '.,, s:u;tl

I You l ;a a- I \- t I'. :I L;lll
'lieni.i i.' \Vti -*llt \v:at:i.Lr s I, ii t ;allt
Live. *ni.i c l im n -au ;W h at atI'rpi liv-.r
a .iy y 1u :i y kl.ox\ thati his ii\. ris itrp;a
wlh'u ln ti dot.s l it-r .. I. I s loS i ,, r i '.el. -
d(lull a;: l:htUgLLl'i aer t':er..iLi. ,ftt''it hius
lihadaihe- atd sasoiieines 'il/.z ne-s. A
Jew deses of an haimbe: ai ', Stotn4 iic
and Liv-r I'a(>i.- will r. or.- hi- iv. -
t ;s ;:o rmal functions, renew his vital-
ity, iniplovt- I ag%' I ii-on a llu 1l.t I! W il
.i. like a new human. i'-. ce 3 .
Si.mples free at Wighr & 3ro'-. ,lrut
st roe.
"'in:i, I did net make a miistaKie aii,
punish the wrong boy."
--"Yes. you did Imake a .mistake. You
punished the wrong oy.," was the an-
swer. "but I have missed so iutany pun-
ishments that I deserved that I ought
to le grateful for that one. which I did
aot deserve."-Youth's Companion.

The Way He Spent It Preparing For
His Death.
"Billy Bolton, the Lansinghurg brew-
er, was a very rich man and one with a
host of friends," said an up state man
to the New York Sum. "His brewery
In Lansinghurg was a profitable con-
cern, and lie practically owned about
all the saloons in that town.
"One (ay after a consultant ion his phy-
sicians told him that he had Bright's
disease and that he surely would not
live more than a year. Billy took their
word for It and made up his mind to
make the fur fly while life was left
He had never traveled much, pand so he
decided to go around the world.
"ie took with him a congenial friend
and plenty of money, and away they
went They left a trail of'fire and ash-
es through all the capitals of Europe
and the queer and strange places of
Asia and Africa. After nine months
they came back, and Bolton brought
with him the most marvelous collection


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emplti'd into, :111 :Iniicslise ilrohize vXs'
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Semjit:ed ilt, .1 o :;lin. 'l'h Cl'iinese
take 0ii1 -- of, their living mial nev-
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tilt-"y h av',., ; i .- r .ny Iy wvjiich
th-i' l- l :L .I :'_i,, silv "e :ui l clothl to
the 1 'gr it ;i*: i the la.I <,s1rt1..
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houlste. It ; h, A.n :-;i,:-: iial
dI tl:. nI ;i;d i : .-!Nt .i:i cl("; thi,
god ;l i sid i- ;. n.'t1 ., t< e :5;s;:s of
the lii:,'rr !,i: in tl 1ir m inds,.
us rfult ] sl : !.;il. l'finl\-tl fC;: tilis
send11 to l' ri i s ;a:ii, l friend
whatevat r tr w;:t by thIrowing the
gold. the sil',Tr. :andl t h. elaoth paper.
also fruits, ill:', i 1i- lni t in the street
in front of i;:,-r Tile days of
worship Cl.- oi11 t'h l and 13th of
"ach n1o1th.- Mod'lern Cu ture.

Renmarl.rkle Plvwer.
A dear old lady was takenn one dav
to a musical service in a ilo*Ion" (-iure-.
She had heard much tbiout the line
voice of the soprano and was prepared
for a treat.
She sat in rapt enjoyment until the
serv;ie was over and th.dn turned a IA-
diant face toward. her e~'cort, who wa.
a young grandson.
"Dear boy," she said, "you've given
me a great treat. Her vice is perfect-
ly beautiful. It made ('old chills run
all up and down my spine."
"It's too bad. grandmiiamma," said
the boy. "but she didint sing today,
though she was there. he gentleman
next me says she's been suffering from
a bad cold, and one of thq choru.m had
to sing the solos for her.$'
"What, dear?" said thetold Indy, look-
ing momentarily distressed. Then her
face cleared, and she *tted his arm
"Never you mind," s;. said. "We
can come again some ti e. But, after
all, if she can make mefeel that way
without singing I don't? know that it
would be wise for me to dear her. Now,
would it '-Youth's Conjpanion.

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Lttisete Giradeau. of Monticello.
YoSdsayto pay a visit to Miss
1JObhn Donk. representing the Sim-
aw Hawarem Company of St. Louis,
MO., 0alt homr for a few days.
We learn that Mr. Breckenridge (am-
ibformerly of this city has gone into
bmem-with his brother-in law, Mr
.V R. Schrador. at Greenwood, S. C.
GOv. Jennings returned yesterday
f"om a tiip to his old home at Brooks-
'wi W4re he has been taking a much
Deeded rest.

Mr. H. C. Herring and family are
Pleasantly located in Miss McGinniss'
cottage in the eastern suburb of the city,
for. rly occupied by Mr. Eugine
Commissioner of Agriculture MacLin
last week sent a large amount of printed
matter descriptive of Florida to the Pan-
American Exposition for free distribu-
Cupid has been very busy playing his
pranks among our young people this
s'rng, and rumor says that he has not
finished his little game yet.
Tot Canses NiXht Alarm.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with Croup," writes Mrsi J. C.
Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "it eemed
it would strangle before we coui get a
doctor, so we gave it Dr. Kings New
Discovery, which gave quick relief and
permanently cured it. We alwa 's keep
it in the house to protect our children
from Croup and Whooping Cough. It
cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedy would relieve."
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SCounty School Superintende t Ban-
nerman publishes in this isue list of
the text books, together will their
prices, which will be made the of
the questions for the regular *form
e aminmtion, to be held Sept. 1901.
Teachers expectmg to atte tnese
e*TamintlMm ; can therefore tl notice
and prepare thpmpalvps in adv ce.

"4Cleanliness it next to liness."
Dirt and depravity go hand i hand.
ThM is just as true of the ineid of the
body as the outside. oti i s n og
the body and clouds the mind. Conati-
pation means that corruptibon is reedg
in the body. poisoning toe blood ith its
foul em anations, befogging brain
with its tainted eybvlatio& ( stipa-
Von is the beginning of more is
tan, perhapa, any other di- The
4~quEca of constipationU legion.
eedmachepInt in the aide. of
breath, undfeflmessaftert cold-
nessof the etremies, nerv in
decion, latude, dirine.s was,
nawne.amW a am ore of other ent
m- dh ueotly card by a
Oure oebtipamjn and you c ii oor
ueumoes. The quickest etof is
evil is obtained by the use of Dr Pierce's
Pleasant Plelets. Theyareanu in ime
but wonderful inres They per-
manently. They contain no i'nos
Ingredients. Thue of them noetnt
eget the "pill habit." Ask yr drug-
-ff for them.
fBend 21 tne-cent stamps, thexpense
-of mailing only, and receive Dr: Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Advier, in W -
per covers. This z ork cont's 10u6
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jRj$o -au ,w uiuuetraIQm8 For 81
stamps it can be bad in substan' ial cloth
binding. Address Dr. R. V Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.rce
TALLAHAsSiE, FLA., June 1. 1901.
The following are the text boka (with
publishers and prices) which will be
made the basis of the questio for the
regular Unilorm Examinatio begin-
ning Sept. 3, 1901:
Orthography-Reed's Wordi Lessons
(25 cents), Maynard, Merrill: & CQ.,
New York.
Reading-Any standard reader will
.Composition-Swinton's New School
Composition (32 cents), American Book
Company. New York or Atlanta.
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65
cents), American Book Company.
English Grammar-Metcarlf's (60
cents), American Book Company.
United States History-Field's Gram-
mar Scnool ($1), American Book Com-
Florida History-Greens ($1.25),
Williams, Wilkins & Co., Baltimore; or
Fairbanks' ($1.25), H. & W, B. Drew,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Geography-Redway's Natural Ad-
vanced ($1.25), American Book Com-
Pnysiology-Steele's Hygenic ($1),
American Book Company.
Civil Government-Townsend's Shorter
Course (72 cents) American Book Corn-
Algebra-White's School ($1), Ameri-
can Book Company.
Physical Geographbv-Houston's New
($125), Eldnridge & Bro., Phijadelphia.
Theory and Practice of Teching--
Fitch's Lectures on Teaching- ($l), The
Macmillan Company, New York.
These books can be purchased from
almost any book dealer in the State. If
not at your -dealer's send the price
named to publisher and they will be
seat postpaid.
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'THE wfi5K-L'?TAr.TAt
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Justice Scott Fleming from Chaixes .! e.
came to the city today attending to im- i
portant business.
Mr. W. .EL. Hopkins, of Jackson Bluff,
came up to the city today to get supplies i
or his log camp. 1
Georgia peaches have begun to reach
Our market, but as yet they are rather
too high for wor printers to enjoy.
Mr. Isaac Alligood who ihves in the -
lower section of the county near Bell
Air brought in a fine lot of watermelons

The many friends of-Mr. Louis Cohen
will be pleased to learn that hlie has re-
covered from his recent severe and
alarming illness and is able to be out
Attractive Women.
All women senaibly desire to be at-
tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
because it is the outward manifestation
of inner purity. A healthy woman is
always attractive, bright and happy.
When every drop tf blood ih, the veins
is purt a beauteous flushjs on the cheek.
But when the blood is impure, moose-
ness, bad temper and a sIllow complex-
ion tells the tale of sickness, all too
plainly. And women to-day know there
is no beauty without hearth. Wine of
Cardui crowns women with beauty and
attractiveness by making strong and
nealthy' those organs which make her a
woman. Try Wine of Cardui, and in a
montu your fr.eads will hardly kniw

Making It Rather Personal.
This is credited as one of General
Lew Wallace's Turkish jokes: There
lived in Stamboul, Turkey, a well to do
Turk named Ismad Ismail Hassam.
He was endowed with oriental wit that
stood him well In hand when he was Ia
'a tight place. A neighbor called O isa
mall one day and wanted to borrow bIe
donkey to use an hour. Ismail made a
low salaam and said:
"Neighbor, 1 am sorry, but my boa
started on the donkey an bour ago to
Scutarl. By now be Is gayly trotting
over the bills far from the sacred pw
iecta of StambouL"
Just'as Ismail finished his speech a
donkey's loud bray was heard in tl
stable, which was under the same root
as Ismail's house, but in the rear. The
neighbor said:
"Ah, I bear your donkey bray."
small protested that his neighlbsu
ears were deceived and that the asaw
was not a donkey's' bray. Them the
donkey, which was supposed to be Jog
going along toward Scutari, brayed
twice loudly. It was. too much and
the neighbor cried:
"Oh. that is your donkey. Ismail. Al
lab help me. I can now borrow him.
Then Ismail said:
"Which do you believe Is lying sM.
donkey or me?"
The neighbor had to give Imail th
benefit of the doubt and went away..
Why rilf ATet "et Ja e "
'The spid. Is not an .n ect. thbo
probably nine people out of ten wolMd
elass It under this term. With sacor-
plo a andmite spiMders form a am in
the animal kingdom known as Aradh
mida. This name Is derived from a
mythal personage called Arachneeh
the diukghter of a purple dyer of Lydia
who was. fabled to have challenged
Mbetva to'a trial of sklliln spinning.
se hIdgnt was the goddess at this
act d& boldness that she forthwith
transformed the hapless challenger
Into a spider, presumably in order that
she might have the test possible op
portunity of practicing the art oa
which she prided herself so much.
Spiders differ from insects in five
main particulars. Their eyes are sim-
pie instead of compound.. they have
eight legs in place of six, they do not
pass through the metamorphoses
which are characteristic of insects
they have no antennae and their
breathing is accomplished by means af
organs which, combine the functions of;
lungs and gills, Instead of by tubes
pervading their bodies. These points
of distinction are sufficient to deter-
mine the fret that it Is impossible to
class spiders as insects.
Weir Miteell and Wkitma. I
In Dr. Weir Mitchell's book a plea&
ant story or two is told of Walt Whit-
man, the writer, to whom some would
deny the name of poet, while others re-
gard him as one of the greatest of all
poets. One of the characters in the
story of "Dr. North and His Friends"
says that Whitman was eaten up by
his own vanity, regarding everything
he did as of such supreme vt .e that
h( had lost all power of self criticism
and could not tell good from bad or in-
different. Once be was asked if he
thought Shakespeare as great a poet as
himself. He replied that he had often
thought of that, but had never been
able to come to a decision.
He went to a physician upon an oc.
caslon, thinking himself seriously out
of 'health. When he learned that his
ailment, whatever it was, could be
treated best by living as much as pos-
s aible out of doors without dosing with
medicine, he was leaving la ll good
humor when he bethought himself of
the physician's fee. "How much will
it be?' he inquired. "The debt was
paid long ago," said the doctor, who
knew and liked his writings. "!t ,3


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you whio are st'iI t:e eretitor." Whit-
man th:aked him and, went out. An-
other patient, a la'hy. had taken his
place whlien lie returned. put his two
great hands on the table oIpmsite his
medical adviser-lie had not stopped to
knock or announce himself-and said,
"That. sir. I call poetry."
The lady was scandalized by hit
abrupt appearance and demeanor end
asked as soon as the writer had gone
for the second time. "Is the gentleman
insane?" but. learning his identity, she
wished he had asked for his autograph.
Poison Proof Animals.
Neither differences of organization In
animals nor in the constitution of the
poisonous substance generally afford
any clew for interpreting an exception-
al want of effect. Unaccountable is
the immunity of rabbits against bella-
donna leaves (Atropa belladonna, dead-
ly nightshade). You may feed them
with belladonna for weeks without ob-
serving the least toxic symptoms. The
meat of such animals, however, proves
poisonous to any one who eats it. pro-
ducing the same symptoms as the
Pigeons and various other herbivora
are also to some degree safe from the
effects of this poison, while in warm
blooded carnivora it causes paralysis
and asphyxia. In frogs the effect
is a. different one, consisting of spasms.
The meat of goats which had fed on
hemlock pas sometimes occasioned
poisonous effects. Chickens are near-
ly hardy against nux vonmica and the
extremely dangerous alkaloid, strych-
nine, contained in it. while in the
smallest amount it is a fatal poison to
More remarkable yet in this respect
Is the immunity of CbolIepus hoffman-
ni, a kind of sloth living onu the island
of Ceylon, which. w1hen given en
grilns of strychnine, wias not much af-
fected. Pigeons are pobjessed of high
immunity from morphine, the chief Al-
kaloid of opium, as' well as from bella-
donna. Eight grains were required to
hil a pigeon, not much less than the
mortal dose for a man.' Cats are ex-
tremely sensitive to foxglove (Digitalis
purpurea), which on the contrary may
be given to rabbits and various birds
in pretty large doses.

Why should a novel writer be an ex-
traordinary looking animal? Because
of his tale coming out of his head.-
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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-Gulf.
Mrp. 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 "Jmasmine Inn,"
on Monroe street. Remember, also, in
connection with St. Teresa Hotel, Jass-
mine Inn will be open all summer for
guests 1mo
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.
Desirable City and Suburban Property
for sale. Apply to F. C. Gilmore, at Gil-
more & Davis Co.'s Store. 3-tf

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Mr. H N. S meeting left Satuday for truction or encrochm=it so erected.- coen- fourteen, of thfn Laws, ;,#, "iuiqnee j
a shtrt husine s trip to Atlnta., Ga., e x acted. fixed or placed hall be allowed to city of Tailahassea, ;iadooi.,1%" :4,st s1
asli.. .~.. ex _,main on the streets or sidewalks of said city. Pas-_-ed City Couneil I. ... ifil.
pecting to return thi week. Sec. 2. It any obstruct?0n or encroachment F A1.,:,T
all be erected, construne&d, fixed.. placed or %.Iv-. i v Coua.
0 cintained upon the streettor sidewalksof said Atte.t-A.H. WIL.IA.1.1ii ,1 .rk 1
Monthly Financial Statement. Board of Pub- itv contrary to the provbi s of this o fuinaun, Approved- R. B. GI7A:IM';. .a:,or" .
lihe Instruction of Leon County, florida, for 4nd the peron or permoms (ning or controlling k r---- .
MSv 1901. wch obstruction or encro;hmeut. his or their ")R AT E T'AIM
figent, shall not remove the ame from the streets rl'Al -STA .I!
WARRANTS ISCIUETD I) JUNE 3, 11<1. 1r sidewalks witbjln three ays alter baing noi-
No tied so to do by the Chief i0ohce. the Chief of D A
579, H W Demilly.... ......$ 00 olice shall under the dil cton 01 the Mayor ; e BA. i
5 .1F, C n Brevtrd."........... ( 'ec..3. This ordinance hall take e ect 30 WENTY-FOUR ACRI ,i LAXDg
.5W. M HR adolh ............ days after its approval by e Mayor. 1 corporate limits of ti..,'iviel,bracgl
', MMwH Rn0coren .............m 0 hitssed City toumncil Jun 3, 1901. ing lots and truck farms i 1 iti uoM
~~~~~~~~ ........... 50 J)0~N ". ]PP Y ;. c
o4,WoHenn l....... C F W. AKmsrxoN(;. sirable. Apply to- ; V.W. w 31,
5.Vi4, HennieChares ........... 00 PIes. City council. 44-t. "
.5.J G i nle y ..... ............. t ..."
586, G le ""* Approved: f A R4-RE CHANi'I- A I ,NVE-'T~j T.
.W. M C Forbes ..............3. B. GoRMAN, M.yor. commodlious ttwo st,>i I.,r, i ig how -i
ro1.^F G Johnson .. Attest: upper an(l lower 'e.-.a. -iiii. -
JH Morgan n,............;00 A. H. WILIAMS. City Clerk, stable ana well appoiunt ,on .
M. Jonas Fraiergn............ 30 0 ,__7-4tGaines and Bouievalrt_ sr.: uildi
... ..W Da is..... ...... ... .. 5 comparalivh ly new and iIA OI order. Th
51. Irene .... standl ml the city for lwori g or
T nPerkins&ns .. M13 bines, Oin tl o1(k' le
W T Bann.rman......"....... 5 X AT A ORD. J. l AN Shops Oil Mill, Faiton tt.-n.-, epC.
55,Janitor ColoredGraded To prevent beasts of bu from beii at large "ce apply to M 1
School................ 400 upon the streets or public squares of thecity R w D ,
-%K Tallaha .-Eau._..... ....... .7IN) ,,f Tallaha eeand video a penalty there- 12jO.R HU.NDREDAI,',- o;)F FINE F
#..Janitor L-onAc.ademy... 5 0 for..' land on Lake ..a, mile
5",C A Bran. Clerk Court... 2 2r shore for pasture. Apply .
-5W.Talshi-h-eackl tpot..... 400 Beit (wdaine by the CU 11?ounf the City of 44-tf W -,WAB.n.Ce Nut.. ... Oh Go" M
(0>,Supt's salary.............. F3 tU s Tal alwe. -EVERAL of the most ,ronnentn
---- Section 1. No person oq persons, owning or 1 the city-on Calhou ail Clintan st
M9 38 having in charge any ho',w. mule, ass, ox or unsurpassed for business- .eonvenienee r
COUNTY TREASURER'S STATEMENT. other beast of burden, shalml permit the same to surroundings, such as aaI not on the
1901 be upon the streetsor pubec bquareS of thecity a lifetime. For terms a-ily early, If Oll
April 3G--To balance on hand....... 623 of Tallahassee untied or lonse and without the tobuy. W.W.MG
May 3-To Cash.of Deniilly 5 mill Tax. 952 3b attendanceof a competent driver or other at- SAL CHEAPO-NE-EIGHTH
May 16-To Cash, of D.milly Poll Tax.. 1,0"0.00 tendant. Any person opeson6 violating te FRtSeALEtheLon 'eL 1
May 17--To Cash, of Comptroller 1 M.T. 2,Olh20 provisions of this ce shall be fine d not Sept.in4 th R.1mI
May 28- To Cash, of Demilly 5 Mill rax 71427 less than five dollars and exceeding one nun- (emt h1n. 1 .---
-. died dollars or imimprisone not exceeding thirty L' OR RENT--House in rbng'- (.rove
$4,b679.08 days. i J five rooms and kitb-he six 'lolluasaM
CREDIT. -b.2.Noneoftheprov ionsofthis ordinance Posaewiongiven first Jul, Alplyr M.J
1901. shall be construed as inetoflict with chapter Lelock. 17-
May 28-- By cas-h paid warrants. ... 4,678 51 ---.A
May 31--By balance.................5
191 *~~~~4,6179 06 nyV 1C r
May 31-To:Balance on hand........... 7 OnePrep Only W ll Cure .
Outstanding warrants paid and. held l It o L h 11 na TETTE RINL
by T. J. Perkins & Sons.............. $5.687.74 g eMM aold ura M
Attest: G. I. DAVIS. Chairman. OZ eA J Imrh U msr ehr dMsdiu sa om
C. W. BA&NEiWAN. Supt. and Secretary. SALT W. X. TEmRM, a&
S ALT RIK-K meo as- Maw o~lPfr .a
To rohbit ob eti ren achmenson If not for sale your druggis, fifty cents in ap toJ. T
the street or sidewalks of the C'ity of Talla,-c
thae' oprov e a penalty therefor, and for Shuptrine, Savann GW-
the removal of the same.4
Be it ordaintied by Oe CUty Conrel of the City of
Scin1. No person or persons sOWL erect, s0 9010100090WE E sellsE one
or encroaCbmeats whatever on e sheets or U L at
sidewalks of the city of Tallahasmee. Any permu e v r y kn w
or personviolating anyof the pilovisdmof this
ordlumce shall be fined not less than twenty. five 1
dolm or imprimmed not more tha five daysfor so n in a OI
each and qvery day tht such pers- or persons sin a u t
have Wen e in erecing9 w1srw4ing. w 4
fixing or i any obstruction or encroach- *
rent on the streets or idewalks of said city, or ml
cauing or allowing the ume to be done, and their ini
same penalty for each and every day that the 9 -v 1e ots

0 B WI I as 304000,000 of them are eing6
A lismoked this year. Ask anybodyvbout
"'-" "' yo hav. a Lthei
them, if you have never smoked them

To those in search yThey have. made their
of first-class. wn r station and their own place

Sin the ciar trade, wholly on thcir

HARDWARE mes merits Three good smokes r five
-ii-----" cents, and no waste I

Ask for Tkree ua i milli" Old Virginia Cheroots smnukcd tst
the ye. i Ask you own dalr. Price.3for5 ts.

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Archftects and Builders.

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


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Sof all kinds of
rough .and

...BD lders, dressed lum-
'.ber, mould-

select what mg stair

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All kiDn
planned l
the latest

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The City Council at their meed
Thursday night passed two very
ant ordinances, which will be f
another column. One was to f
placing of obstrucmetions on the
and sidewalks, and the othor,
importance, forbidding the dri
vehicles leaving their animals
m the streets unhitched. Both
1wv rand we trust will be ei.
the letter,







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