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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: September 5, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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Volume ID: VID00061
Source Institution: University of Florida
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, 1901.


Chaires, this Couty,



B Negro was Advancing upon Him in a
Threatening Manner.

Mr. John Green Chaires, one of our
well-known farmers, living about
thirteen miles out in te couniryT, shot
and instantly killed a colored man by
the name of Jefreys yesterday.
It seems that Jeffreys was working
.t Mr. Griffin's saw mill, and had been
for some time paying his attentions to
-young woman by thename ot Mag-
gle, wuo lived with her mother on
Mr. Chaires' farm.
Last night, after work, he rode over
to Mr. Chaires' place and tried to In-
duce Maggle to go with him in his
team, which he had at the door. Mag-
gie refused to go, and Jeifreys in his
wrath began to take her things out of
the house and put them n his wagon.
Maggie sent a meoage to Mr.
Chairs to come down and defend her,
She also told him to bring his shot-gun
as Jeffreys also had a shot-gun with
him, and had threatened to shoot any-
one that interfered with him.
Mr. Chaires soon arrived with his
gun and for a time put a stop to the
proceedings. He then asked Maggie
it she was going away who was to pay
him for the money she owed ana or
which he, Mr. Chaires, had stood hr
Jeffreys spoke up that he would pay
it, in a boisterous and threatening
manner, and jumping down from his
wagon he advanced upon Mr. Cnalies,
rapidly putting ais hand to his hip
pocket, as itf to raw a pistol. Mr.
Chaires retreated several times while
Jeffreys advanced upon iaim in a
threatening way each time, when
Chaires raised his shot-gun and fired.
He came to town this morning and
gave himself up.
Mr.Chairms,the Sheriff and a number
of others have gone to the scene of the
shooting, and we will have further In-
formation regarding the affair upon
their return.
The committee on the auitions to be
maae to the present State Capitol
building are as follows: Governor Jen-
nings, chairman, and Mfesrs. W. A.
Blount, of Pensacola, L. J. -n, ,0of
Lakeland, and C. M. Br ofOcala.
'these gentlemen w.l meet in a few
days for final action upon accepting
the plans and suggestions of the arch-
Mr. Milburn, the architect, has sub-
mitted plans to the Board; no action
as y)t has been taken, as there is a l.a-
bility of having some further changes.
The plan as at present proposed is to
build two wings 50xS0 feet on each of
the North and South ends of the cap-
itol, three stories high, as is the pres-
ent structure. There will be a cupola
in the centre of the main building, the
lower part of which will be a platform
opening so that it will furnish an at-
tractive outlook for persons desiring
to see the surrounding country. The
dome will be helmet shaped, surroundi-
ed by a single staff. Below the-rolt
porch of the present building will be
altered to correspond with the front
o l the two addi.-oas.
The benefit derived from these two
additions will directly affect every de-
partment. All of the offices will be
upon the same floor as that of the Gov-
ernor, and the basement of the entire
building made fire-proof, this wlo en-
able the safe keeping of all of the re-
cords of the State, and in itself be
worth more to the State than the
whole amount to be expended. A fire,
in the present state of the cap.iol,
would Ie a calamity indeed, for al-
- though the best efforts of the united
city were used in addition to aleeed
fire-proof safes, there could not faU to
be great loss and damage.
The second story will consist of
large chambers in each of the wings
for the Senate and the Housa meet-
ings. The Adjutant-General's apart-
ments and a large number of smaller
rooms for committees and commis"
signers. The Senate Chamber is the
smallest of the two larger rooms, as It
contains only thirty-two members.The
House chamber, with its sixty-fowu
members, will run the whole length o1
the wing. Each story wilr contain sep-
arate to.let apartments, and the whole

building will contain, all modern im-
provements that the city can offer, al-
though electricity is not yet intro-
duced into T114ahawee, It I S expected
it will come by the time the baUding
is completed.
The final meeting will be called now
in a few days for the adoption of
these plans of the architect, press 01
o-Jer business having some bearing
on the date.
Each officer in every department o0
9 State will be directly benefitted by OtN
extension of the building, and all sR
delighted both at the increased faeuli
ties for State accommodation and ale
at the higher fact, that of the upward
growth of the State.




The expected game between the Tal-
lahasse and the Chipley base ball nines
-which was agreed upon for Thursday
of last -week, was not played, as the
Chipley nine wrote that they were
unable to come at that time, owing to
other engagements.
It is still expected that another
contest will soon take place that will
give the home club a chance to wipe
ut- the defeat of last Tuesday. ,
A game will, however, soon take
place amongst the "boys" being be--
tween the third nine, as it s called,
and the Thomasvllle boys, which will
be duly reported when It occurs.
What has the Board of State Insti-
tuions done with the Tanllahssee
Soutbeapern Railroad matter? was
...e question given to the reporter for
the Talahasseean to unravel; and
though he tried his best to get some
light on. the matter, his reception
everywhere seemed to be nil. "The
road had failed to keep-is*-,promlses
and to pay its taxes and so was to be
put up at auction and'be sold to the
h h.df hllnvr" was what" -one ren-

Floridak a Fair

fleeting Next Saturday.


tand ComberlaNd Island and Jekyl Is-
lad and f t.. the short line between
a-fa8h- and Br&ndwlck and between
Brunswiek and acksnvlle, Fla.
The new catalogue of the Florida
State College Tallahassee, is berg dis-
tributed throughout the State this
week It is a borutitnl booklet, setting
forth concisely the advantages of the
From It we extract the -following In-
ftresng paragraphs relative to new
The purpose of its creation was that
the seminary should offer to Florida
youth fa.. es for higher learning;
and ,by an cte of t11 the intttutin
was aaatspted suo ume a coUpeute
standard as a basis of its organima-
tion. P% the beginning It has been
the constant aim of the Board of
Educate on that the school should be
characteW first of all by its high
standard of Instructlon and graduation.
In pursuance of this purpose this
Board' "dopted such courses of study
and required such methods of instruc-
tion as were approved by .-e Lrghest
institutions of learning. They demand
that only that proficiency which Is at-
tested by faitaful study and rigorous
AermrtoUn(s shall entitle the student
to the hoeior of his degree.
Operating under this policy, it has
been founu desirable that a proper and
legal title of the college be adopted.
No part of the charter of what has
hitherto, been called the "eminary
West of the Suwannee" fixes the title
of the school. The term seminaryr" is
now commonly applied to a special
school, as theology or pedagogics, or
a school of academy grade for young
women, It has been clearly demon-
strated that it is competent for the
Board of Bducation to prescribe the
official name of the Institution. In view
of these facts, and others suggested
above,-the Board, in their last annual
meeting, June 5, 1901, acting by and
with the advice of competent counsel,
resolved that the official title of the
school now located in the city of Tal-
lathlnsee, and formerly known as the
'Seminary West of the Suwannee,' or
the 'West Florida Seminary,' shall,
from and after this date, be the Flor-
ida State College."
South of College Hall, the women's
dormitory will be erected and made
ready for us, at the beginning of the
next session. This building will be
two stories and a half high, 1A4 feet
long by 84 feet wide. There will be
thirty sleeping rooms for students, a
large reception room, and dining ro~a
2Sx 2 flet Bath rooms on each floor,
with all modern conveniences, steam
heat and best lights, are included ;n
the contract for this dormitory.
SDimensions of bedrooms are 13x15
feet, and, withal, are ample in size .o d
sufficient in number to accommodate
sixty ladies, besidesides the matron and
one lady of the faculty.
All non-resident female students
will be required to board in this dormi-
tory, and be subject to such regula-
tions as the faculty may prescribe.
The plan of the men's dormitory
building Is pracically the same as
that of the women's dormitory, except
that there will be no dining room or
kitchen. One dining room will be
used by all students living in the dor-
There will be two large society halls
in the men's building, one for the Pla-
tonic Debating Society, ana the other
for the Anaxagorean Literary Society,
where their weekly meetings and en-
tertainments may be held
, Tl.dsrmitory will be under the care
and supervision of the gentlemen of
the faculty, and all non-resident boys
and young men of the students will be
required to live here under such rules
as the faculty may prescribe.
Westcott Memorial ChapeL-This
edifice is soon to be erected a
feet from, and northeast of. College
hall, and will cost 8,000. The plans
snow that this building will be ample
few feet from and northeast of College
modern in all its interior arrange-
ments and have the latest and most de-
sirable architectural des-gns for the
outside. This chapel will be built as
a memorial to ex-Supreme Justice J. D.
Westcott, through whose munificence
the college was bequeathed a sum e1
nearly sixty thousand dollars.

Balance in banks ...... ....$ 8,000.00
For payment to Mr. Williams and as-
sociates in acordance with agreement
made by subscribers.
W. L. Moor,
W. C. Lewis,
Geo. P. Raney,

TheFlorida State Fair, which will
be held In Jackonvllle, November 1h
to 22d Inclusive, will, WItht sny
doubt be one of the most important
factors ever held in the State, as its
special Intent is to make prominent
not only the present capabilities but
also the future possibilities of the
State In both its agricultural and in-
dustrial direction.
Florida is by no means behind the
other States in iti present as well as
future outlook, and everything now
tends to a display which will open
the eyes of the public in gend at
home and abroad,- as to what Florida
is doing. As the division will be by
nwtles, it is hoped that the foato-j
counties of the State will vie wihk A
other as to which will make the best
display. a.
, A meeting of all the people of Leon
county has been called to be held
the Court House on Saturday the 7th
inst., at which everybody interested la
the subject will lo expected to attend
and it is hoped that all will work to-
gether to make this the prelude to the
most successful exhibition that Leon
county ever made anywhere at any
time. The importance to our :mnty
at the present time cannot be oywe-
Ulmated when so many citizens an r-
turning to their farms, and so mauy
strangers arriving here, many of whor
intend ramnining here, some WithL ea-
Ital to embark In new enterprises
should be especially active in engae Ma
our home enterprises and showing je-
ple what we have been, are, and ar
capable of doing, both in a;nric ultu-.
al and industrial line. '-
As an example, one ot our prominent
men has worked up the cassava ndt
try. Ra says that the State has provm .
conclusively that this industry in FITh
Ida is a success beyond the most saa
gulne expectations. At Lake Marye
Orange county, the factory alone ebst
W50,000. In the three towns of DILamd,
Lake Helen and Lake Mary, me fietor-
tes alone cost over $100,000, and. that
as much more has been expended th
year for fertilizers and-laborers Th
have an acreage of about 1700, irev
hundred to each of the larger farms
and two hundred to the smaller one.
These produce over 100 per .-cent.
clean net gain in revenue.
The stock industry is also another
means of direct profit and a source of
income to stock raisers. The feeding
of beef cattle has been made a subject
of special inquiry and.investigtI(io It
has been practically and satisfactortly
demonstrated that we can raise our
own beef here to better advantage and
greater profit that by importing it from
Kansas or any other of the aelglbot)
ing States. Beef cattle here are worth
on an average of $13 per head. One
practical farmer in the State has ex-
perimented as follows: On fifty acres
-or ordinary land he planted velvet

mentioned was unexpected to1them.
The funeral services were pei ed
at Holy Cross Cemetery, and wire at-
tended by his remaining relatiu .and
a few old friends.
Capt. Nowlin left considerable valu-
able property here. His w has
been variously estimated from ,000
to $40,000, but from good authority we
learn that $12,000 will perhaps ever it
He left no will, our informat last
week being mistaken on thaf point.
An Administrator will be appointed to-
day, but we could not learn who it
would be. z
Mr. Geo. B. Perkins has beei attor-
ney for Capt. Nowlin for yewrs, and
will, of course, continue to acefor the

Mr. R. B. Lutterloh arrived here yes-
terday on a visit to his mother, M-Ia
Thomas S. Lutterloh, on Haymont Mr.
Lutterloh, who is probably the largest
turpentine operator in Florida; though
he has made scores of friends there,
has not lost one whit of his love for
his native town or her people, and his
visits here are extremely pleasant to
our people as well as himself-Fayette-
ville (N. C.) Daily Observer.
Mr. Lutterloh was called there to see
his mother, who was very 11l His
many Florida acquaintances will be
glad to learn that he is back among his
. allahassee friends again, his.mother's
health being considerably improved.

Mr. Philips, one of the geaial prop-
rietors of the Opera House, informed us
Saturday night of the delightful sur-
prise which he had in store for the
opera-attending public of Tallahassee
and vicinity in the shape of a new and
magnificent piano. It is u ade by
Haines & Company, is "just as good a
piano as the firm make," -and was put
in -place last week. The opera sea-
son will open about November 1, and
there is prospect for some local tal-
ent even before that date. Mr. Philips
says that everything will te done to
make the coming season the very best
in the history of Tallahassee


beans, the simple cost of fertilizers
and of plowing were the only outlays
with perhaps $100 for all extra eaxpenM
es, and requiring no attention. H
placed on this farm 100 head of'cattl
that cost him $1300 In seventy day9
he inspected the herd and sold out en-
tirely for $2500 cash, thus clearing
$1200 by the transaction, with the ad-
ditional advantage that the land was
thus well manured and Improved i%
many ways
These two facts the gentleman rer
marked, proved conclusively that
can raise our own beef and pork o
one-half the cost of the same raised I
Kams on corn, and the additional a
vantage that we have a home market
Wo the entire product, a further mavi
oot only to the farmer, but of
benefit to the State The knowledge
this possibility is also of further
vantage to every farmer, to do lk
wlse on either a large or small s
At the last meeting of the Fair -
agers a special premium was offe
for the best Individual farm displ
No specfifictlo were made. The t
fellow wins. There was special
lums for the best sugar camn
A special premium of 20 for the
county display. $100 for the t
arlckltuual display; $100 for the bst
fruit display Besides these there
smaller premiums for minor disp
As these are open to all, w.nout un-
dering peI pte-ons, the field for -
erti is open wide to every one to
their best .
Ta same gntmno expresses
opinion that Leon county win not k'or any one, and urg he
Sftarmers to imte to make It thebe in
State. In agriculture, ,
sie can lead the van. She grow he
baet cotton, long and short, corn, at-
tie and su ande. A she lis ave
the frost line her fruit display we In
all probability, not be so gena ex-
cellent as in the South Florida coun es
which are beyond the frost line. -er
hay, beggar weed and. general
crops will be as good as any llqthe
State. These are some of the reans
why Leon county should unite lofull
foc to do her utmost to wi the
prize, or at least to try for It. 4ery-
. body should attend the meeting al the
Court House Saturday, Septembe 7th.
The South and West Florida un-
ties have already made promises o di--
spixO to the full extent of their pow-
i ar. Leon must work hard fro the
county prize, as three men in m eah of
Laf-e, Columbia and Marion cowties
are Preparilng to capture It. f
SNearly all the South Florida counties
,I ve appropriated each $20 for-their
!mupectlve countijs, and as much
O" readyy been raised by priv sub-
Ssqription, not tW mention -lndivuls
who will make special displays ispec-
ial lines.
Don't forget to attend the mee ng in
the Court House on Saturday.

time had not seen ary of his "y.
His relatives not havLig hear from
him since 1875 believed him to b dead.
and the news of his death on tiM date

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city, and
will ber
money wl
E. H. Ma
of Mrs.
Bryan. fL
home of



iday (29th) Mr. M. M.
lest son of the propri-
mtontine House, closed
d interesting school at
tur county, Ga.
e was estimated at one
) and the dinner that
ie grounds would have
many, and was of the

consisted mostly of
Invited speakers beirg
Keown, of Concord, Fla.,
. B. Wight, of Cairo, Ga.
justice to their subjects.
closed with an earnest
the teacher, as this is the
t he expects to teach.
to Atlanta, Ga., to finish
medicine, having already
S at Augusta, Ga.
has made quite a flatter-
as a teacher, and we
m a successful life in
f medicine.
vy Bros. have already
res in their new brick
ket street to Isidor
bar, Joseph Elsinger for
dise and J. Wil'iams'
The upper story will be
themselves for storage
purposes. It will make a
ullding when completed,
of the same material as
lower down on the same



Air Line railway isto
another cheap excursion
It will go on September 14,
from Talalhassee for the'
l be $4.25. Tickets will
and including the 17th.
'hap he last cheap excur-
kind that will be run thif
cd those desiring to visit
will do well to take ad-
it *a

| at the home of the bride's
Georgia Farrar, of the's
jr. Thomas Ward, of LloyJ
ted in marriage. The cere-
be performed by Rev. W.
ry, pastor of the Methodist.
e bride-to-be is a siscr-
A. Cbancey and Mrs. R. L.
e marriage will be at the
e latter.


weekly leame of EveMts

Happenig There



All the elephants, camels, zebras
and donkeys from Bostock's and the
Beautiful Orient were called into re-
quisition this morning to furnish
mounts for the grand sheiks who
headed the parade of the Mystic
Shriners. The grand marshal is
Erastus C. Knight, of Buff-ilo. It
is by far the most pictur.-sque pa-
geant s8~ca since the expos ion.Thc
procssio moved promptly at 11
o'clock the following rot,,:
On the east side cf the Court of
Fountains and the Electric To-:'*.r,
thence tljrough the Midway, ;as-
ing th_ Aew York aStal BuildIn..T,
crossing fhe Triumphal B ri-,le 'to
the Temele of Music, it
halted. he Imperial Council h n
dismounted and entered the Temple
of MusiC, where the exercises were
held. j'he illustrious potentat-,
Walter I. Greene, of Ismaila Tem-
ple, B alo, presided, and made a
brief a dress of welcome, after
which 1n. Conrad Diehl, Mayor of
the city, welcomed the nobles to the
city of buffalo, and Hon. William
I. Buch~nan, Director-General, to
the Pax iAmerican Exposition. II-
lustriou Philips E. Schacffcr, cf
Philade hia, Imperial Potentate,
respond for the Imperial Council,
and a ew remarks by Illus'rio-ra
Sam B ggs, of Cleveland, concluded
the exe ises. The headquarters cf
the Sh ners are at the New York
State uildin., where reception
commi ecs looked after the comfort
of visiting nobles and ladies. Thia
prepare d for the entertainment of
the Sl miners.
Sept mber 5, President's Day,.

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* VOL. XXI. NO 28.



ly having suffered no Inconvenience by
its long fast for air 4s well as food.
It eats heartily iow, runs around.
when turned loose, omethin like a
culmsy lizard, and i a great curio s
to all who see it

Few have under t od fully about the
matter, so prominent ly before the peo-
ple of the State at te present ume, o!
tax sale certificates That the matter
was an important o e nobody douuteu,
out that it was suc an. important onL
And one of such im nnse extent, Lew,
probably, really in ied.
Heretofore it ha been customary
for the State to hdie each ueea u.
certificate of land that was sod o01
transferred to the hate for non-pal-
ment of taxes, and a complete record
of such trannacti s kept, not in tue
county itself, whr they properly bD-
longed, Lut at State's capital t-
seli. i was ow to the inconveni-
ence thus made t nearly everybody
tj-anaRcong ial KBte bUainer.B nUL tu
say to inuivWual urties also, that the
matter was nsIatatd o relegatin
to eaci county thq management of its
own tax sales anditransfets in its own
Koruon uL the ite's erriwty L ai.
our honorable Go ernor, Mr. Jennings.
took up the subj in ais aaarcss De-
fore his intugnu inn, and. literally
stumped the BaIn its defense.
When Mr. J took up the mat-
ter it was eagerly supported by promi-
nent Senators d Representatives,
who were quick see the results of sa
important a mo t.
A bill was inm lstely framed and
at once passed House and Senate,
and soon became a law. Then began
the real work the mechanical part
of the transfer.
Each county h4ld part and parcel in
the immense number of certificates, a:l
filed and eccoTme )ted in the otke of
the State Treasrer, in the State c.pi-
tol, and unmbe ng in th neutghhor-
hood of a hundred to a hundred and
twenty-five thousand.
The counting& etmining checking
off and re- ng of all these certi-
ficates had the to be gone t.trough
with. The clerk of the circuit courL of
each county waq obl:go to be person-
ally present and examine and vouch
for the certifica of his county, there
being between and four thousand
of these in som counties; the number
of course In each county. 'the
work has occu led altoge.-er about
three weeks, d at present is just
completed, wi the exception of three
Thus each ty has, therefore, -the
complete con 1, in its own pivcinct,
of all transact on, without the ne-
cessity of an to the State as a
central depol ry for. such certifi-
This does a with double registra-
tion, with clerJ.a-.r,'-
sions, and W '_,t.. ....-
fAcates. A pih ent State official,
whose name withhold by request,
declares that will save the State
between $50, and $100,003 a year.

Many People Expected There from
this State oa that Occasion.

Buffalo, August 1.-The Illinois
Commissioners 6ave turned over the
handsome State. building erected on
the Pan-American grounds to the
State of Florida, September 12,
where the exercises for Florida Day
will be held. This arrangement was
made by Colqbel Wier because the
11th of September had be-n set
aside for Florida Day in the Temple
of Music by the Director-General,
the 12th having been at the same
time given to the managers of the
Polish Day. It was found that the
Florida Press Association, said to be
five hundred strong, could not reach
here by the 11th, so Governor Jen-
nings and the Commisioners here
have decided to meet at the Pan-
American Exposition, September
12th, and hold the exercises in the
Illinois Building. The Commis-
sioners from Illinois were most
happy to extend this courtesy to
their Southern brethren, who had
elected a native of their state to the
gubernatorial office. The program
will be the same as previously pub-
lished in this column, the Governor
and Mr. Charles Parkhill, of Pensa-
cola, being the principal speakers
for Florida. The Dircetor-General
will deliver the address of welcome.
Col. Thomas M. Weir will preside.
To-day belongs to th2 Mystic
Shriners. The following temples
froin the South are represented
here: Boumi Temple, Baltimore,
Md.; Almas Temple, Washington,
D. C.; Acca Temple, Richm:nd, Va.;
Oas~. Temple, Charlotte, :. C.
Alee Temple, Savanna. Ge.
-MO WO'lJ1 in-i I .1, i. V li.,
luchymia Temple, Memphis, Tenn.;
Alhambra Temple, Chattanooga,
Ten,; Benikedem Temple, Char-
leon, W. Va.; Hamasa Temple,
Meriden, Miss., Hella Temple, Dal-
las, Texas; Ben Hur Temple, Bos-
ton, Texas; Jerusalem Temple,
New Orleans, La.; Kosair Temple,
Louisville, Ky.; Moila Temple, St.
Jos ph, Mo.; Moolah Temple, St.
Louis, Mo.; Osiris Temple, Wheel-
ing, W. Va.; Sahara Temple, Pine
Bluff, Ark.; Yaarab Temple, At-
lanta, Ga.; Zamora, Birminghan,

On lasi
etor of t
a very la
pine Hill
The att
was give,
fed twice
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compromised in some way, so that
neither the road nor their land would
-be sold at present But," he added, "I
cannot speak positively or with any
official knowledge on the subject." A
third gentleman whom the reporter
approached in regard to the mat-
terter replied with an ominous shake
of the head, "No, nothing was done."
As he did not seem to consider that
there had been anything like a meet-
ing, or any action in regard to the
matter, or even a postponement of a
meeting, the reporter decided that
whatever was done, if anything, was
not yet public property. Will try it
again, readers.

In August of last year after several
other efforts had failed, Dr. W. L.
Moor, Hon. Geo. P. Raney and Cashier
W. C. Lewis, of the National Bank,
were appointed to raise money to in-
duce President Williams to bring his
road from Bainbridge to this city.
Along in October some time they se-
cured an agreement practically all the
money having been raised, and in Jan-
uary of this year a written contract
was entered into-$8,000 bonus, ter-
minal facilities and right of way to
the county line being the considera-
Work soon after started, and track
is now being rapidly laid. Trains are
expected to be running on regular
schedule time before the first of Jan-
uary next.
The committee having practically
ended its work, submits the following
statement for the information of the
subscribers to the fund:
Total amount collected from
subscribers ...........$11,044.5
Terminals .. ... .. $1,500.00
ilght of way.. .. 1,310.02
Condmnation .... 105.50
Typewriting ....... 30.50
Recording and Rev-
enue stamps .. .. 30.50
Incidentals .. ..... 67.98 $ 3,044.5(

.-,.* 1- -, -

closer will be the sympathy between
the sections. The intercourse must
prove beneficial not only from the
point of view of sentiment, but com-
mercially and industrially. There is
no telling how much capital from
the North may go Southward as
the result of the large attendance
from the Southern States, and the
exhibits from such States at the
exposition. Undoubtedly, the fin'
ancial benefit to that section will be
considerable, and if citizens of the
Northern States show the interest ill
the Charleston Exposition which it
seems likely to deserve the mutual
benefits resulting from this inter-
course at expositions will be mater.
ially increased."

When you want a pleasant physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free at Wight
& Bro.'s drugstore and all dealers.

- wm t a, N

e. The official repre-
yankmriean will

stay at the expo -
t i. .e will speak from a stand
erected on the West Esplanade, near
hiTriumphal Bridge, and willad-
dviea perhaps two hundred and fifty
tho'nend people. The Presidential
party will leave Washington at 8 a.
m., September 4th, on special train
over the Pennsylvania Railroad.
There will be six drawing room cars
attached. This train will arrive in
Buffalo at 7 p. m. September 4th.
There will be no formal ceremonies
that evening and the President and
his family, with Dr. and Mrs. Rix-
ey, will will be met at the station
by suitable escort and conducted to
the liome of the President of the
Pan-American Exposition, Hon.
John G. Milburn, 1126 Delaware
avenue, which has been given up to
the use of the President and his
family during their stay in Buffalo.
Orders have been issued by the War
Department to the commandant at
Fort Porter to assign an escort
from the-garrison for the President
during his stay in the exposition city.
The Marine Band of Washington
will furnish the music. The Six-
ty-fifth and Seventy-fourth Regi-
ments, now stationed in Buffalo,
will join in the parade on the morn-
ing of the 5th, when the formal en-
trance of the Presidential party to
the exposition grounds will be made.
This entrance will be through the
Lincoln Parkway gate. The Pres-
idential party will pass along this
route into the Main Court of the
exposition via the Triumhal Cause-
way, leading to the Esplanade. After
the President's address from the
stand in the Esplanade he will re-
view the United States troops in the
Stadium. A luncheon will then be
served in the New York State Build-
ing at which the Hon. Daniel N
Lockwood, president of the New
York State Board of Commissioners,
will preside. The Government Board
will then give a reception in honor
of the President in the Government
Building. After dinner at Mr.
Milburn's house the President will
return to the exposition to view the
illuminations. The party will then
proceed to Park Lake on the margin
of which a grand pyrotechnical dis-
play will be given as an especial
compliment to the President of the
United States, the subject being the
"Power of the American Navy."
This will cos thousands of dollars,
and will be of extraordinary magni-
ficence. The program for the second
day of President McKinley's visit
td the exposition is as follows: A
special car will take the Presiden-
tial party to Niagara Falls, where
various entertainments have been
provided for them. On their return
from the Falls .a pubh reception
will be given in the Temple of Mu-
sic from 4 to 5 p. m.
Mr. Edward Hale : ish, a
scholarly and accomplished editor
of a Buffalo daily paper, says:
"Last week was a great week for
Southerners at the deposition. In
fact, the South has done finely by
the Pan-American thus far and it
is hoped the large attendance from
that section will be beneficial in
many ways. It is certain that the
more Northern and southern people
come together the better they will
understand each other, and the

Regarding a very unique attrac-
tion at the Buffalo Exposition, a gen-
tleman who has returned from there
has this to say:
"One of the Midway features has
afforded me such real pleasure that
I feel impelled to suggest your men-
tioning it in your printed matter
when you wish to make a special ap-
peal to the people who love sweet,
simple music, such as four people out
of every five we meet do love. It is
the singing of the ten or twelve men
in the Hawaiian theatre, and one of
the male quartette in the Hawaiian
volcano next door. They sing in their
native tongue, and every man plays
an instrument I miss no opportu-
nity of hearing them and their work
is one of the few Midway attractions
about which there seems to be no two.,
opinions. I am confident that every
person who might hear this music
through your instrumentality would
thank you for having called their at-
tention to it.
"I have no interest other than to
help a good thing along, and so be
instrumental in directing people
where they are going to be pleased.
I certainly know of no other vocal
music on the Exposition rounds to

m Alp-ha at amd sa that ".tq
Wene mt ummi to ia prow way.
A Mtod ot d at a hmd too om;
It w inot right; it ur tthily MM
"TYo you aU 1iamwad cm plamiye
that place bami to m%" aid 0.
"To tian t head, imdsdr' aid J;
riat pis meant for my den K."
"Tut. tut tatt Wend, wel. vlt
rn s*tnd thee myeu then," amid L.
"Exc. u, pleas, we think that we
ave a word to sy," smXd B, C, D.

~- ~

"Hullo, Pete!"
Mr. Spilkins, who uttered this
ejaculation, came. into the house,
threw his umbrella on the floor in
the comer, tossed his hat on the
table, took off his rubbers and
sucked them after his umbrella,
took off his coat after attempting
to hang it on the gas jet final! V
threw it on the top of the piano -und
then sat down and tried to rub the
little hair he had on his bald head.
"Hullo, Pc;e; why don't you an-
swer ?"
Peter was the young son and heir.
Peter only turned his head and
"Don't fret the baby, Mr. Spil-
kinY,' baid Mrs. Spilkins, "he's ju-t
cut his first tooth and is cross."
It was then Mr. Spilkins' turn to
"Cut hip first tooth, eh? I
thought he cut. that a week ago.
Cross! So am I, and I hain't cut
no tooth neither."
"Mercyv sakes," said Mrs. Spil-
kins, "what are you cross about ?"
"I'm just come from the dentist,
where I've lost a tooth. .1 tell you
what if I've got to lose teeth every
time the boy gets one I'll soon have
to have a false set."
"I told you last year you'd have
to come to it," said his wife.
"Well, I've come to it bad," re-
torted 1Mr. Spilkins, "what I want
just now, ma'am, is some dinner."
"Tha won't be ready for an hour,
sir, as the cook has gone off to her
mother's funeral."
"Huh," said Mr. Spilkins, "it's
always the way when I want any-
Mr. -,ia ir his C.nner inim
then retin..: t1o, the office to bro,-d
aver the fal-e all the afternoon,
while Pete sat and chewed his rub-
ber ring
[To be continued.]

ArtlSela Stone.
Quarrymen and stone dressers will
probably be gradually crowded out of
their occupation by the use of artifical
stone. In the manufacture of this stone
the sand Is heated and the cent add&
ed to the amount of 12 per cent of the

I m d mih'n im SI wo
fa a ms = m %to d
Mm -. :1Mg SAI
~~am 66,~b'~mb
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"Soppose you have," aid a he .
softly whispered a word to E. 'L
*"Who'l prevent, rd like to know,
Standing head M, N or or-
"We've listened in silence to all of you
And now will 'bead' you," maid P and Q.
"Our impression is, you had better try,"
Then angrily spoke both H and L
"How rude and coarse" said R., S T.
"The 'airs' of iom*el" said U and V.
"Would drive one mad," said W, X, Y, Z.
But, after all, the letters till tand
A at the head, at the foot &.
--Brooklyn Eag.

It ". Proper For the Man, but Not
For the Girl, Apparemtly.
A man may remark on his Intention
to marry at some Indefinite future time,
when prudence or other considerations
may make it possible or advisable,
without having, as a rule, to run the
gantlet of a chorus of impertinent and
stupid would be witty remarks. But
should a girl be bold enough, or, rather,
Natural and simple enough, to say the
same thing what would be the result?
Why, every one knows that she would
be promptly sneered out of counte-
And why? Is it immodest for a wom-
an to express a determination to enter
Into a state which we are being contin-
ually reminded is a natural and honor-
able state, while it is modest and prop-
er for a man to do so? Such a distinc-
tion would never be drawn except for
the "cheapness" to which reference has
been made.
If a man wants to marry, he can mar-
ry. If the first woman he asks refuses
him, he has only to ask a second or per-
haps a third or fourth. It would be
safe to guarantee that within a month
any man of fairly respectable life and
position and appearance who cared to
make the experiment could marry in
his own class, could marry probably a
woman much superior to himself.
But what about-the girl who intends
to marry "some day?" Is she not in a
very different position from the man?
Here is a girl of good character-much
better than the man's, probably--aver-
age intelligence, average good looks.
Theoretically she is free to marry
whom she will, but is she? If she re-
ceives one distinct offer of marriage,
she has had more than her share, ac-
cording to the probable average.
The fact that by an unwritten law a
woman must not take, and, indeed, does
not want to take, the initiative has very
little to do with the extremely limited
choice which modern conditions impose
upon English women.-Nineteenth Cen-

with the dry material and moved
an Immense cylinder.- which Is
and bolted. Boiling water is them-
turned in under pressure sufficient
force it all through the sand Into the
*molds. The cement slacks, but the
steel molds do not permit any expan*-
slon to occur, and the stone is formed
and dried under an Immense pressure..
The result 1 a very hard stone, which
can be supplied in shapes desired and
muc cheaper than the natural stone.
'trAkiag Uetasuaats.
Odd as it may appear to dwellers In
small cities, some of the down town
restsurpto of New York are a build-
Ings in which no cooking is allowed.
Some of the busiest of the midday res-
taurants purchase all their meats and
stews already cooked and merely beat
them through again before serving
them to patrons. This branch of the
restaurant business has reached such
proportions that the mere operation of
cooking for such places has become an
established business, and owners of
ovens thrive at ILt-New York Sun.
Tw Ie m aslaef.
Sam Cole-Miss Yallerby done treat
me scan'lous. She done tole me yes-
tid'y dat I was black as do ace of
Jim Crow-Dat's op'y half as bad as
what she sea 'bout me. She tole me I
was black as de deuce.-Catholic
Standard and Times.

The penal code of the Chinese em-
pire is at least 2,000 years old, and un-
der its provisions.about 12,000 persons
are annually executed.

"So you proposal to Miss Chillers?"
"Yes," answered Willie Washington.
"You must have known she would
reject you."
"Of course. But it is an old saying
that women can't keep a secret, and I
was afraid she would get to comparing
notes. I had proposed to all the other
girls, and .1 didn't want her to feel
slighted."-Washington Star.
An Outrage.
Mrs. Jones-Are you aware, Mrs.
Skinbone, that your dog has just bitten
my little Willie?
Mrs.. Skinbone-What, your Willie,
who has only just got over scarlet fe-
ver? Oh, Mrs. Jones, if anything
should happen to Fido I'd never forgive







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H rdware,

*line of Cook Stoyes,
rial, steel and Io. A
P i ll letors,
Hooks Steam MPaking.
baedLne IM


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lomm. Tubame
mu iboom.

For Infants and Ch

The Kind You

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Always Bought.

ware, Crockeryware.

ag es and H tsm A full line of Wagon M '
time tuof 8tesat Fittings. consisting of PiPO&
e WhtIes, Steam Gauges, Oheck and Globe
abber and Leather Belting, Lace Le'ther, .M
Sfull line of Hur-es and harness Leather. CW
, allsizes. Callon



Watchmaker and Jeweler,

WiyWatches, Clocks and Jewelry
repaired and warranted.

If you are troubled with inodorous
breath, heart burn, flatulency, head-
ache, acidity, pains after eating, loss
of appetite, persistent melancholy or
low spirits, you need a tonic A few
doses of HERBINE will give you the
recuperative force to remove these dis-
orders. Price, 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
set Batahnlg.
A person can easily determine with
one indulgence whether or not open
air bathing is hurtful to him. If cir-
culation is speedily restored after hd
has left the water, if his skin Is well
reddened and he is soon well warmed
up and as strong and "lively" as when
be took his first plunge, then he may
properly assume that his bath has done
him good. If, on the other hand, hig
- skin continues cold and clammy for 15
or 20 minutes, notwithstanding the
brisk rubbing be gives himself, and for
an hour or more afterward he is weak,
dull and languid, then he may be toler-
ably certain that there is something
wrong with him which forbids cold
A Pot Walloper.
The parliamentary register for 1890
showed that there was then only one
pot walloper in all ingland One see-
ing the term for the first time might
easily imagine that a pot walloper was
a species of ichthyosaurus or some oth-
er reptile of a past age. It will be dis-
covered upon inquiry, however, that
the term "pot walloper" is literally one
who boils a pot and was applied to vot-
ers in certain boroughs of England
where, before the passage of the re-
form bill of 1882, the qualifications foe
suffrage was to have boiled (walloped)
his own pot In the parish for six
It Works DBoth Way.
Too are an u ip*teul child If it
hadn't been for you, I could have gone
to the mothers' congress."
"If it hadn't been for me, you couldn't
have gone, because you wouldn't have
been a mother.'-Ceeland Plain Deal-

T u Rumam Jaw.
The human Jaw isto very loosely socl
eted In the skull so that It Is often dio.
located by the mere act of yawning.
Not being Intended for biting purpoes
offensive or defensive, no attention
seems to have been paid by nature to
making It fast.

Art Dealer-Yes. that was painted by
we of the old masters. But. I beg your
pardon, sir, you most not touch it with
your umbrella.
Old Mr. Hardplayer-What's the mat,
ter? Isn't it dry yet?

To flontala sad Sea Shore Resort
Before completing arriangmts. for
your summer trips or deciding upon
placesat which to the summer,
you oldm o on t and


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


will do. It will make
6&mtq b ."iC i aa

and painless and that without tak-
ing dangerous drugs into the sys-
tem. Itis simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen.- It
t tough the skin carry
strength an elasticity wv
It trengtens thewhole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
~h'e mother of a n~nirnh hn^.t iii

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Swallowed Two Poudas of Stone.
Stones do not form part of the rec-
ognized diet of the cormorant, but one
of these birds In the National Zoolog-
ical park in Washington had a craving
which could be satisfied only by eat-,
ing two pounds of stones. The keep-
er's attention was attracted to the bird
because after having once sat down-
It couldn't get up. He was picked up.
and then the stones were heard rattling
inside of him. An official connected
with the park decided that something
must be done, and he promptly cut the
cormorant open and relieved him of his
burden. One of the stones, of Irregular
shape, was 3% inches long. The in-
cision was sewed up, and for ave days
the bird got along all right, the wound
healing finely, but at the end of that
time the cormorant grew restive and
pulled out the stitches with his hooked
bilL As a consequence of opening up
the wound he died.

Tuskegee, Ala., July 28, 1878.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-My Dear Sir: Jus-
tice to you demands that I should give
you my experience with your excellent
medicine, TEETHINA. Our little girl,
Just thirteen months old, has had
much troublt teething. Every remedy
was exhausted In the shape of pre-
scrptions from family physicians. Her
bowels continued to pass off pure
blood and burning fever continued for
days at a time. Her life was almost
despaired of. Her mother determined
to ry TirwrHINA, and in a day or
two there was a great change-new
life had returned-the bowels were
regular, and, thanks to TNsrEHINA,
the little babe is now doing well.
Yours, etc. D. W. VcIVER,
Editor and proprietor Tuskegee
(Ala.) News.

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aSeAvor P. P...uM.a.
Ii *r ie3Un3 Cb ra. m. Ir .
In chagiea.ev. sl x. at oead e M

eme. tirda tnday at Il. a ap.-.
py3g elm _

SWednesday p.m. Aeordtal

is extended to all.
HSo EsooPA, CxEi. DrW. ,.
Ps roer. Services: PacMion evr
'&UAM. ar P.M. Friday eem er-
5a"t T7 P. Mi. Sunday Shool at.g A. k .
E^OO CHUUCz. Iev. JL. Biigon ec
sroak to al .A.M*
"or. .o r _i eftse ._ .s or e
.ka P.7NwaP Mi.Fi: -A.M.
C. B.K. Church Sunday School at .asn.,
rJ. 0.16 ICTe? S lpen l.Deft Prach-
at-._ Hih .eynight. C"lamMeet-

DmC~am .M-and Th Bord ofd-

that 8 D. at thlibrary.
hose who-are 'Ine ns tn S -
Mee8ating" a e0iayaat 0p.m.0
Z a 1.0. o. F
n, a T~ho of IrofM LDO No.
held-eWery TuidayBvinh, at their S Aelok u A Mneol
B. L. CoumIu, 8.

-third ThMd.urOe a., -
theiodW r Me of LAtoAu ADPatn-
^ta welftd tooatted..-
V. H. CLAsr. be.
fouthi r Thur Blew ppO t e. Moat0
Hhei a llenAer P
.a U. pf.-nRT-r. Dictator..
W. H. CHANT. Bepokt*r.

mdY_ evening -e tw.v0s1tin
rights are oally nvited to attend.
j. F. HILLK.of IL .
tS. Spfxte-I.)
it. eeet ine yvey Wafedneay even-
Sed-at Soor es''t ae odf the Opera
oe.All inembe*s of the Order Injood
TaenregiroonvepaIOU of 11or0m L. A.
Fourt Monday of yah.#month at 8 Oelock
or Regular meetr gof JrCiKAON mODOn
So. 1, are held o and third Monday
VW. M. INuTO..B ,B.Secretary.


Office over X-innsS' Store.
Calls answered prmsply night and day.
Phone 110. 23, -

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Onace over Capital City Bank,' *'




Staduate 1894, U niverty Marylan
Bltimore; Post Gradute' 1893,
S faskell Schoo1 Cbicago.

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

Repairs a kinds of Houawtd artMiles of
everyday use. Tram, BIs.. Stcbe, Lo
KenFaqtenljniGuSIk blf fit ooIIOUt-
ft UmbremsU. abo Bbyetas ad a-
elnesi. Shop oB Jeffenon Street, Mar New
atY Market. Work done on dhomt aot Mlad
Sroworwcflu IM(


Mon roe Street oppostle at. 4ame
Select stock of Gent's Frwags,
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To the Grading Committee:
The present statutes do not re
to issue insetraeions to Grading
gestionsmnay prove helpful to y
Your appointment endorses y
discreet, pains-taking, and ri
county. If you measure up to
jealous of the honor of your pro
to exclude a large number of the
ing to enter for a brief period ai
be1ng of this mind, the rights ai
the State's future citizens-will
suggestions are necessary further
to methods that may expedite y
You doubtless realize the gr
appointment and the weighty r
as guardians of the profession
State Superintendent who prepa
Superintendent who performs tL
- nation, nor the School Ekoard th
istrative functions, performs a
task than do you who are to pas
teachers who, above all others, d
schools. If one link in the che
other, you are that link.
You are amply protected in a
of your important trust, since y
whose papers you are grading, th
is unknown, and you are freed
tunity, official influence, charge
accusation. The responsibility
distributed, as the .questioning,
are separate and distinct, and c
lessly among the three agencies.
,Your part of the work is supi
entered upon with carelessness,
absolute justice to all at interest
and the State. It is o concern
Board will be put to the necqe
but it is your duty to guard wel
and the rights of the children, e
with you in determining the qu
mould mind and character.
Enclosed herewith are the co
the mathematical branches, but.
solution in every case, as this i
the answer to a problem. Mere
perhaps, count for nothing exce
On other subjects the answers
hence their value must be del
On each list of questions will be
the number of credits to be giv
the value of any partially cor
own judge. Int all, your work y
use of all such books as you ma
When the author of any pape
number, such a one is enjoined
to the others of the Committee,
jhe grading of the papers may
of yourselves, when the author
not avoid an inclination to grad
preconceived notions of the -aut
You are also enjoined to re
member to grade any entire se
to allow hal of any set to be e
sive concession.
Your labors may be expedi
member of the Committee to g
subject. But the Committee as
per on each subject and agree a
should be accepted as the corre-
paper thus graded and marked
as a standard for other papers u
case of doubt, each member sI
.the plan proposed the papers of
isfactorily graded in thirty hour
it is advisable that it should be
who graded any particular subj
It is hardly necessary to call
that have been circulated in reg
tees, namely; that they were ap
the work as certain designing ol
job on the State. But it is su
your standing against allowing j
of a contemptible schemer, be
Certainly no body composed ol
teachers of any county in the St
violate so high a trust committee
mit to the insult implied in an i



or nefarious purposes.
At any rate, it will not be am
forming your duty honestly as
sworn jury, you are amenable to
science and your God. Be true
dren of the State, and in all the
will never regret having followed
and well.


State Superi

The q tIrrel Huatervs W psen.
The cream of squirrel hunting is e'.-
joyed by the man who uses a light rifle
of small caliber and medium power.
The ".22 long" as now turned out by
our leading makers Is an excellent
weapon-In fact, the best In the world
for the purpose. Though not of sum-
elent range to be daffgerous to people
or stock at a distance, It throws lead
with surprs--- accuracy to the tops of
the talest trees. Good rifle shots al-
"I suffered for thirty years with di-
arrhoea and thought I was past be-
ine. cured." says John 8. Halloway, of

"0 ftV Umny know TtA W w"s.

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attempt to use them for selfish Xe ty.wd. of N B. l3illers V I
Sfor unpaid taxes of 18il.
iss to remind you that in per. wifne=-myand and the t ,of the ci AID BU ILDIIM IiTERIAL,
a Grading Committee, like a (B CoAu.) Idarth 14thaeof. A, co..Lt, 1M o-.
none save.the law, your con- I tau BA erktarb aNstnwFa. HARLESTON 8. C.
to yourselves and to the chil- -4w lerkCounty
years of your life to come you BATMEBT
ed these instructions faithfully ,
truly, how the amount of shared to t
Tax Cetor of Leon o Florlda, to be AND
W N. SHEATS collect for the current 100, and the
Wx. N. SHEATS, a..,at of pzes e to ..t AeLE STABLES,
ntendent Public Instruction. includnfw no Uta with ooees olfnd. w
STotal %ex Ior year 1900X lndln WITH
*,o,4$0-40,-*i**_4W $ $ 6 0 $ 6 6 poll tax (1000)........ = $24,99209
Amn t, -tcollected a p id..TTTi. 1 Do e and Single Teams,
S1, 1901........................ 12,82717
ways aim or toe quirre* bead otLOCAL AND DISTANCE
to add to the diffleulty of the sport and Approamon%. $ 92 LOCAL AND DISTANCE.:
to avoid spoiling meat. And be it General revenue... 7,301.96 ADODLE HORSES.
known that a squirrel's bead at a range Am't coled and
of 40 or 50 yards Is no easy mark. oIf 1i % ,6O7- 3,$641 07
a reader doubts this, let him go to the ne, oretue.... %28021 Pat Solicited
-woods for a day, keep all empty shes, A u e 5atatoe de.
and at the end of the day-let him try 01 .............. 1, 02- 1,400 19
to make the dead squirrels and. the Bridges. culverete 2.3467
empty shells tally.-. W. Sandy In Ad to June 1, eectfly,
01....I.......... 1,12to4- 1.12027 W. C. TULLY, Proprietor.
Hows THI Coty Sehoo, I n-
We offer One Hundred dollars Re- paid to.June 1. FINAL DISCHARGIl.
ward for any case of Catarrh that can- 1901............. 6,63 96- 6,00839 a
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 1 2 onthes after the final publi-
F. J. Ca iY & CO., Prope., To- Attest: CoU-. A. 8o a ouchro e unt
ledo, 0. Clerk of Circuit Cournt, teon ty.,v wIlds tIand vouchersto the. Couty
We, the undersigned, have known F. aRJu ofIeo aOunty, Florida, and
J. Chenev for the IoSt 15 year1 ad be- T. 5. Ru~aed 1 0 W to

MrT-aMaa m I SilAltAU

p thme nasumeut In I TlUs
T, STATEs O FOMA, M M la l67. and the feat

quire the State Superintendent ancient Greeks and Romam plain
Committees, yet some sugges- hoops of .gold or silver In tl i ears,
onU. and as time progressed the3 became "
on as among the most capable, more elaborate, precious g being Ni
ght-hearted teachers of your set In them.
this standard, you can but be B. W. Purcel Te hs
feseion and courageous enough he suffered 25 years with s and
e less than half-eduaeted seek. could obtain no relief until DeWitt O Put J
ad mainly for personal benefit; Witch Hazel Salve effected & perm M 1
ad interest of the children- nAll eaer. ounterfeits ar. all he
be safe in your hands, and no 4 A dealer1 D Ue
r than to direct your attention Notice to Tax Paye le 1 Ch se
our work. o ARE HEREBY OTIf P aATTHE
eat honor conferred oy your Jn ear o county comm O T U er T SuRES Ma
esponsibihty placed upon you toheunr cmplaints he mU oambeU aextd i
in your county. Neither the wiln l nue inSemOu nu ahs O UE
res the questions, the County = 0P eCth lerk, or prLaented dayt, are
he routine work of the xami- : co UcIL A. A. Dieas edy
aat exercises its various admin- c Crounty aCo,- nt -27- 2w
more delicate or responsible Li er.
isupon the qualifications of the Notice of Guardians' pcatlo to I
determine the real value of the Sell Infants Interest a R Estate.e .........W
ain is of greater value than an- XOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVI2TH1AT ON --------------
SMonday, the 23d day or Sep*aber. A. D.
faithful and fearless discharge a ,iy1to the HOma. wiBA. Whied, Co as
ou are not supposed to know oLeoounty, Florida, h oe
ie personnel of your committee u nd eerest or Walter me ldl, Litfe
from outside pressure, impor- Donald., Fanie McX d e an M -
s of partiality, or any sinister -. oe foun aseLr d Im
of the erxmin*t;on is wisely ysa the towing l nds i In Leo
exyamiping and grading offices O fSh. qarerter a d h e mt wa it
harges of partiality fall harm- .-Ofithe quartero _f taity ?one
.Weheorathestqurof the trhestquar.
remely vital, and should not be ort ofa 2 er ha wef e
but with a single motive to do e _. atotrangeme twen
t-the examinee, the children ; (2ashenort h a nterre
n of yours whether the County ahw uero north q de
ity of hunting other 'teachers, Son e f ( ) eTi -
1 the portals to your profession aeie 0 .nra d d twen ) acres,
xercising the discretion lodged 28-4w JA 3M J. McDoxA Guardian.
malifications of those who shall Notke of Tax
El u ITUffisell and aU other pe -i Intepested.
rrect answers to questions in VRou ARE HEREBY No TIrIn AND -
look well into the method of w arnWed tab "uns f t he pro-
s really more important than withne thlda tor dS
eber.e ldbe-
answers in mathematics may, & ax be
pt a well used opportunity to Orer of r. wfn n me a o 0 W
Sec.12.1T.2 &,.B w..a2 In
swill usually vary in form, and NO. K ,tasu'sof e ma -
termined upon by yourselves. &A L M hs l e ,n m orid
found ample instructions as to 20thia0dayofAn,&.b0M 1:901.
ren each correct answer, as to erk rct court Lemon ty a.
rect answer you must be your 4t
rour Committee may have free Notice of Tax Er d.
ky need for your guidance and o eBurta Oo. and AnlOtjer
r is recognized by one of your 0 eacOne2 se1 e Whi
not to communicate the fact the 19ir, dty por to t bthe dyospte
so that -on their part, at least, eribed.Las Cerk, -unless hty ar~d r ofr (
be without bias ; for in spite GT n. VeyaL otNS e d o MT o c20,in I, 'a.
of a paper is known, you can- vfi s le s. Ian 1 a. aT
le it in accordance with your conty, located in Leo count .d. based
hour's ability. S a1r1e No 42r. /tax eunaof
*fuse to allow any individual witness my hand and the a aof the Circuit
t of papers of one examine; at Taah cont or-
t of papers of one examine; (A) ida, this 14th day of A t AA. D. 1901L
io graded would be an exces- 25-.4w Clerk rcuMStCo n Fla,
ted greatly by allowing one Notceof Tax
trade all papers upon any one 4 To Harvey A. Burt and All ersonw In. ri- g 1e a 1ii lo| Opghlel
Sa whole should grade one pa- Y U ARE HBRBBY N PIED AND
s nearly as possible upon what w o a t "un teS.l ital Bl Silt $m :Is
ct answer to each question, the the U ys d p to the yI of Septem-
with the per cent, being used u; ni, as Clerk, unie 8raor 11
pon the same subject. In any ourt, wil.e. az8 deed- B G. & 0 U-U
should consult the others. By ~~e' lans" ,1R1W".;al ai
140 examinees have been sat- m d2 a s R. p, ai p tled inte c
s. But if this plan is adopted, mc ofg ouoty. Sa c.a ,oc ted
kept among yourselves as to No. 41 a, a sfor unpyd t o e9 .
Witness my baudandthe sct o the Circuit M JD
ect or paper. (o a ah-e county eor- A
your attention to the rumors (sat.) Idal, thIs 1t eay o A .D 1901.
ard to some Grading Commit- 25-w Clerk Circuit Courts coun a.
pointed and instructed to do I I
icials prescribed-to put up a Notice of Tax e.
perfuous to caution those Of To W. T. Gramling and All Oer Pesons In-.
ourselves to be made the tools OU ARE RBY N TIFIED AND
he officer or private citizen. : I warned Mat ale, accord i to provisions
f three of the moot reputablethe a of June 2, 189 redm
ate could be found that would cila land be w o R dSASo, B NDS
d to them, or who would sub- 4 of Court, wis a tax deed .T.Gram. .

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istkeSyst~g;Puifis t o sed

bIrkhmn ebSf~n
BUei a- m L ,-i~aa~n

Prime, 50 Cents.
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without pal., speedBly and perwancatly

a sen ---RMHne.ras. *EM 4

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L. ei. s ueaows. Wa..L
Am Umat.ima Dbs.....
There i no dMMe mm remertui ini
ature tUan dyipepdiL P hyleiain myt
S poau of s two "ams agree. Itin
wt~i mor tdiffialt to ake i aorrdct
diagnosis. No Bu=er how vere, or dr
what AM|e uie~lptepgiaatteack you. Brow-sy
iroi in
Irou Bitters cure it. Invaluaabli
digseaes of the stomach, blood and wrvea.
lewwm' Irem Bitter is soM by al demkw.


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-r Dealer in Marble Foreig and
Domestic. Orders ired on Short otice=
See his cute and price before ending
money outside the State. 44-ly



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We desire to Astate that -n o mis
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JOH1 C TB~uX&d and Propw.

Ex-Senator .Chandler, now head
of the Cuban Claims Commission,
Washington, is'out with an appeal
to the Republican party, to regulate
the trusts. Mr. Chandler speaks up
as loudly as though he were not as
utterly alone in his party in advo-
cating such ideas as is [Mr. Babcock
in advocating tariff reform. He: re-
hearses the evils that have arisen
and are arising through the forma-
tion of these gigantic monopolies.
Concluding as follows:
"What is the ,remedy for the
threatening evils? It is easy and
sure: the exercise of legislative con-
trol over corporation organizations.
SNo abolition of any
business can take place through
agmenients of individuals or part-
nerships of individuals alone. Cor-
porate powers are -indispensable.
Bonds and stocks must be issued

and thrust upon the anarkets.


the Legislatures can decide- what
shall be the quantities of bonds and
stocks and can limit the business
which each corporation may do.
Congress can absolutely control the
inter-state commerce railroads. The

State Legislatures cr
them and all other co
opolies and force the
ancient ways."

n also govern
-poration mon-
in back to the

It is an extraordinary tribute to
the virility of the Democratic prin-
ciples that men like Babcock and
Chandler, life-long Republicans,
both, should find themselves forced
to come over to the Democrats for
remedies against the growing ills of
m,-nopoly. The pity is that they do
not dare change their party emblem
any more than MeLaurin dares to
change his.

In the exultations of man over
some feat of imaginary greatness, if
he could be made to realize his own
status to the passing throng the
chances are ten hundred to one it
would take some- of the starch from
hii,. An excellent sermon on the
subject is now going the rounds of
the press. Its origin is unknown to
us, but its two qualities of truthful-
, ness and brevity are so marked that
it is given in. full as follows:
"I saw a dancing bubble upon the
silver surface of a restless river. For
a moment it sparkled with a golden
light as it caught the sunshine's
glory, and I thought how beautiful
it was. Then it went clear down. For

a moment the river told me where it
had vanished and then swept on
without a ripple on its placid bosom.
And I thought how like our lives
was the bubble on the river. For a
moment we struggle in our tiny
spheres-hope and toil and struggle
love and long and dream-and then
go down beneath the surface forever.
In a short time the tiny ripples we
- have caused die out, and the great
river of humanity flows on undis-
turbed. So let us strive with our
brief existence to reflect only the
sunshine, not mirror the clouds

wove us."

The Republican leaders generally
em to have. co ne to the conclusion
iat no steps s 11 be taken for some
me to come ithe direction of re-
icing the rep sentati6n of the
south on accot of negro disfran-

chisement hen. The platforms,
both State an, national, will cqa-
tinue to denou e.this, but that will
be all. Effo by the radicals who
insist on every action tending to
cripple the South, will be confined
for some year' to pushing a case in
the Supreme Court designed to test
the constitutionality of the so-called
grandfather clauses of several
,o : 11 r-.LL ...L 11 A' A

except the editor, his assistant, and
the bookkeeper in the office -Our
predecessor, who still has a great
many bills outstanding, has played
them in the hands of a cbilector, and
we believe that though old they-or at
least most of them-are just and
should be paid. Yet we want it dis-
tintly understood, that they do not
belong to the present editor, nor do
they settle subscriptions for any pe-
nod subsequent to March 6th, 1900.
When paying bills see whose name
appears on the billhead. None bear-
ing the name of the undersigned are
payable to any person except those
mentioned or some one regularly
employed in the office at this time.

The "money sharks" as the
monied men of the country are so
often called, do not seem to be able
'to gobble up all the good things on
the market these days. A Boston
stock exchange is sending us re-
peated alluring offers in the shape
of stocks and bonds "dead sure" to
earn three to six per cent. Either
there is a dearth in the money mar.
ket, or this Boston concern has
dropped on to the racket that Flor-
ida printers-State printers at any
rate-have dead loads of money to
invest. Great Scott, what a waste
of postage stamps I We can make
more money, in Florida soil than
any stock exchange in Boston has
soaked away for our special benefit,
and we do not propose to be led
astray by these propositions. An-
other thing-our pile, as big as it is
down here, would be mighty small
in the Boston exchange.

The Times-Union and Citizen in-
augurated a friendly contest for the
most rmular editor and most popu-
lar public school teacher in Florida,
offering a free ticket to Buffala, board
and $10.00 for incidental expenses
each to the successful candidates. The
outcome would have been greatly en-
joyed by the friends of each but for
the animosity that some designing
persons have brought into the con-
test. There should-:have been no
canvassing 'by the friends of those
being voted for. The true way:to
get the sentiment of the public is to
let the people express themselves
without cajolery or coercion in any
degree. The winner in such a con-
test feels that he has something val-
uable in the expression alone, and he
has. But' ad muh cannot be said
when artifice of any kind is resorted
to, even by the friends of a candi-
The fable of the race between
the rabbit and the tortoise, in
which the former lost ignominiously,
teaches us that appearance are
sometimes deceptive. One man's
ambition may have outward strength
to set the world on fire, and yet
lack inward solidness to turn an hon-
est penny. On the other hand an-
other may have the appearance of
absolute lack of ambition, and, yet
there may burn within his breast a
fire that adversity cannot destroy,
or. obstacles .become too great for
him to surmount. Only time-and
plenty of it-reveals .the real quali-
ties of a man. Therefore, let us

not be deceived by appearances.

Madison, Like Tallahassee,is com.
ing to the front. She has just g6t a
new railroad through to Valdosta,
has another newspaper (edited by
that versatile writer and bright young
limb of the law-Columbus B. Smith)
and several other new enterprises
are on the tapis. Those who can see
into the future are looking to that
part of Florida lying between the fa-
mous Suwannee and Apalachicola
rivers for the most wonderful strides
in the.. march of progress during the
immediate future. They are not
looking in vain either.
The esteemed Pensacola Journal
man hei av foaenti tnvwn>an that

ei t:a e dying. only- in
fibetion of the mobt imaginative hind
do men of his stripe die just when
they are trying to take from others"
their just dues. -
On our third page this week will be
found a circular letter from State
Superintendent Sheats to Grading
Committees. It is a logical and sen-
sibl. appeal for a fair and impartial
grading of the papers of applicants
to teach in public schools. If such
-saentiments as are expressed therein
prevailed throughout the State the
public school system would be much
better than it i&
Again we are compelled to leave
out ad communication because the
writer fails to divulge his name. fie
claims to be a subscriber to the Tal-
lahasseean, too, and must know that
we cannot accept letters for publi-
cation without knowing who write
them, as many times as we have so
figted in these columns.





One of the most delihtful entertain- i
ments of the season was given on the
evening of August 28th, by the Brad- I
fordville Dramatic Club, at Pine Hill,
the home of the Hon. N. W. Eppes. It
was given for the benet of the Brad-
fordville Sunday school, and was a a
success in every way, and proved to
the audience that the club possessed-
abilities of a high order. I
The opening chorus, "In the Star- I
light," was beautifully rendered by the
the club, and was in such complete I
harmony with the bright moonlight (
and the starry heavens stirred a 4
sentimental chord in the hearts of the
audience, and left them in. just the
best condition to appreciate the next
act, which was a double tableau, "The
Old Man's Darling," Mr. A. P. Knapp
and Mrs. B. S. Knapp, and "The
Young Man's Slave," Mr. Richard H.
Bradford and Miss Susie W. Eppes.
This tableau was a splendid repre-
sentation of the conditions which usu-
ally exist in such cases, and being pro-
duced instantaneously, caused much
merriment among the audience. The
scornful expression of the "Old Man's
Darling," as she turned aside from the
brilliant jewels which he offered was
such a contrast to the smiling face of
the "Young Man's Slave" as she dust-
ed his shoes that the crowd was con-
vulsed with laughter.
Next followed a recitation by Miss
Grace Knapp, "A Woman's Ven-
geance," and so realistic was it recited-
that more than one man who heard it
wished that his arm could have
struck the blow.
Next followed "The Gingham Dog
and the Calico Cat," by Mr. Edward
B. Eppes, which was so naturally de-
livered that we could hear cats and
dogs everywhere.
The club then sang "Mary Had a
Little Lamb," with new variations,
which greatly improved the orgial
Next on the program was a tableau,
"When None Were by to Liste*,"
which touched a tender spot in orl--
hearts, and awoke recollections of* by-
gone days, but there were listeners,
for we saw two angels hovering near
We were next treated to "The Meer-
scham Pipe," .by Mr.A. G. Goodbody,
and Mr. and' Mrs, B. T. Knapp, which
was very amusing.
Then followed a comic ree.a-tion by
Mr. B. S. Knapp on "Woman," and I
am confident that all who heard it have
a keener appreciation of what they
owe to woman than they ever had be-
The next act on the program was the
star performance -of the evening, Mrs.
Jarley's 'Wonderful Wax Works,
which we were assured were figures of
waxx. Mrs. N. W. Eppes acted the
part of Mrs. Jarley as naturally and
smoothly as if she had been exhibit-
ing the figures for years. She was ably
assisted by "George," Mr. Richard H.
Bradford, and "Little Nell," Miss Susie
W. Eppes. Mrs. Jarley in her gay cos-
tume, with a fiery wand in hand, went
from figure to figure describing their
peculiarities and characteristics to
the audience, while George and Little
Nell attended to their respective du-
ties: Little Nell flitted like a humming
bird from figure to figure, crutch in
hand, which she plied vigorously and.
constantly, while George had to keep
the figures well oiled and wound up,
so that they could imitate creatures of
life and blood in their movement Mrs.
Jarley, her *MistR1ts and the wax fig-
ures ,were all dressed in appropriate
cotumes to the characters which they
represented-we were not informed
until after the performance that the
figures were living people, consequent-
ly our criticisms were such as we
would have made on works of art.
It was generally conceded that the
wolf showed good taste when he ate
Little Red Riding Hood, but he would
have got himself in trouble if he hld
trieu t in the presence of that audi-
ence.n .-
The next figures were those of the'
celebrated. Captain Kidd and the Lady
Blousabella. Captain Kidd looked so
fierce and natural that instinctively
every man in the audience placed his
hand on his pocket, and when they
saw him wave his sword over the head
of his victim, and noted the sweet look
of resignation with which she awaited
the fatal blow, it was hard to restrain

ourselves from rushing to her rescue.
The. next figure was that of "The
Prima Donna," which we were as-
.2 IL- MR- I_

arge gh6ue hhmf
Thi came the. "Yankee Travel"
ri0o ha been everywhere and maes
everything, and whose costume re-
minded usm eof our national tune.
.Next in line were the "Siamesee
Piwins" with their bone of contention
between them. ;
The next figures represented 6e
Babes in the Woods," and a more it-
ful pair were never seen, and how 4ay-
ove could- be ws cruel as to abanAon
them is hard to understand. .
Next we come to the "Lady .U ne
Gray," already tried and condemne to
death. She has the Holy Book in per
hand, and turns from page to pa. in
search of consolation. -
Now we see "Little Bo-Peep" sesah-
ing for her lost sheep,which she calot
And; don't cry, Bo-Peep, he is not far
We next see "The Beautiful dy
with the Golden Locks," and nevej ras
title more justly deserved. 'I
Now we see the unfortunate d
of Honor," who came to an untimely
end by pricking her finger wit a
needle while sewing on the Sabbath
day. Some might blame her for ew-
Ing on that holy day, but who kfows
the dire necessity which caused e to
do so; there might have been a& btton
needed on her husband's shirt.
The next figure represents the th-
ful Spanish maiden, who waitefor
years for her lover's return, an en
piped away and died. g
The last figure is that of a rejark-
able dwarf; he was 13 years old then
he was born, and died from eati. too
much pie.
The performance closed with tab-
lesau, "Clinging to the Cross," by Miss
Grace Knapp, while the sweet.
of an organ In the distance soft
music to us, while the club sang kck
of Ages."
As the curtain went down rge
stepped in front of the foot-ligh and
Invited us all to adjourn to the
ious grove in front of the house, here
we found seats and tables convey ent-
ly arranged, and an abundant pply
of delicious ice cream, sherbet, cake,
etc., which was served to us by mem-
bers of the club, and as we ate pe let
our eyes wander about, and thought
that they had never rested on a&;farer
scene., he full moon streaming down
through the boughs of the gigantic
live oaks, the numerous Chine*e lan-
terns, trying to vie in brilliance with
it, the bright eyes of the beautiful
girls, outshining them both; aft com-
bined to make it an occasion niver to
be forgotten.
We were surprised in the midst of
our merriment by the crowing1 of the
chickens, and on looking 4t our
watches were astounded to Plnd it
was past the midnight hour: I
"How softly falls the foot of kime
Which only treads on flowers "
After expressing our thanks !to Mrs.
Elppes and the Dramatic Club :for the
pleasant entertainment given jus, we
wended our way homeward, I hoping
tnat it would decide to grant. our last
request, made as we were leaving,
namely, that they would soon give us
an opportunity to enjoy a reproduction
of the same plays, as we would like
for "our sisters, our cousins and our
aunts" to enjoy It with us.

Nothing more delightful or refresh-
ing can be imagined than a short sea
trip, to break the monotony ot a jouur-
ney by rail. Who that has -traveled.
thus, but recalls with pleasurable
thrills the delights of the ride between
Norfolk and Washington, Baltimore
or New York. The splendid cuisine,
tempting the appetite, already sharp-
ened by the salt breezes, and the the
cool quietude of the, decks, and a good
night'- rest, bringing in its wake re-
newed vigor and energy, are memories
never to be forgotten. The vacation
traveler finds in this the recuperation
he seeks, before he has even reached
his destination, and the business tour-
ist brings to his occupation a clear
head and sound nerves.
Summer Excursion Rates are in ef-
fect via Norfolk and the water lines,
presenting most favorable conditions.
Any agent or representative of the
Seaboard Air Line Railway can give
you full particulars, and will cheerully
do so.

Mr. H. N. weeting gave a free exhi-
bition last Saturday evening of the
qualities of the new "Pianist" attach-
ment to his Klaber cabinet grand at
his music store. This attachment is an
automatic roll of heavy prper board,
on which the: music is cut out in the
'ahape.of small square holes. Beneath
the keyboard a small draw opens in
which the roll is arranged to unroll
from one roller and roll upon another.
the Intervening pace fitting the music

The Eminent Kidney
andBdder Spealst.

240 !e wuw e" at waf 1a
There is a dimas prevailI tg tu th
country most dangerous became so decep-
time. Many sudden deaths are caused by
t-heart disease pt'woni, heart f
or apoplexky are often -the resultk of kd
dbam. If Imnyw tmnro u b is 1 =to

The 1-tnrmM -i be rn by elee-
triett or loot T r. Tbm e ha-
au the qu aolt aa ga rglar per-
tr*-nee wita the hak, however,
touching the ke. An adnce of
about twenty all expressed
themselves as haly pleased with the
performname. :I

The Boys' Sod
other clubs, a
Tllahassee em
nlahame takes t
Of lfte the
ing sofals, etc.
social was giv
where everyone

U Club still leads the
gives te. people of
to say, "Young Tal-
club has been hav-
A few weeks. ago a
at Mrs. Johnson's,
enjoyed the evening

A week later the boys of the club
went out riding in Tully's livery, and
enjoyed the ive to the utmost.
Thursday last socida! was given at
Mrs. Rawls, an no one could say that
the evening wx not enjoyed by them.
The follow couples were present:
Mr. Roes Bry ad the pleasure of
bringing Miss aon Bowen, Mr. Ed-
gar Bowen am miss LEunice Rawls,
Mr. Clyde Eva and Miss Kate Mick-
ler, Mr. Kent onston and Miss Ra-
chel Mo Ray Householder and
Mis Ebb Mr. Walter McUln
and Miss B Paret, Mr. Mlagg
Rawls and Hattie ?erkins. Mr.
Joseph Shuta md Miss Clare Bowen,
Mr. William rnt and fMiss Bes-
sie Damon.
Everyone s d feel an'interest in
the Boys' Soc Club and it will con-
tinue to prosp r.

One thousand
board Air UL
sold at $25.00,
system, and a
Richmond a
Richmond Fr
and Pennsylv
Portsmouth a
timore Steam
Line) and bet
bia, S. C., by
A Laurens
proving to
the traveling
conditions co
is good for o

Mr. Hirsel
feice in the I
from El Pr
The brick t
latter street
ways into i
the main o
store room.
have all had
and are to
in front of
cement wal
ments are c

Hoo Hoos,
way will
to Norfolk,
one fare fo
sale Septe
return unt
15, 1901.
This pro
ity to visit
Old Point
thence to
rates, prot

South G
as a stocl
Sams, whl
Dupont, (
.twelve thi
and farm
from Jack
line, at
tionally g
The wi,
ro p ea n B
more del
safety o

to send
are gso




mile tickets of he Sea-
e Railway, which are
good over, te_ entire
e also honors between
SWahiMngtn by the
eksburg't Potomac,
Rallroaub; Ubetween
Baltimore by the Bal-
Packet Company (Bay
een Clinton and Colum-
e Columbia, Newberry
This- ticket is
a great convenience to
public, and its favorable
amend it to all. Ticket
e year.

rg has moved his of-
SProvedo Cigar Factory
vedo to Monroe street.
hiding which fronts the
has been divided length-
artitions, one containing
ice and the other for a
The doors and windows
new sills and framework.
e painted. The sidewalk
ie building has had a new
laid, and other improve-

annual Concatenation of
ie Seaboard Air Line Rail-
1 from all stations tickets
Va., and return, at rate of
the round trip. Tickets on
ber 7th and 8th, good to
and including September
des an excellent opportun-
Norfolk, Ocean View and
comfort, or to take a trip
be East at greatly reduced
ibly for the last time this

rgia is coming to the front
raising section. Mr. Benj.
to temporarily stopping at
ha, has for sale a boy .ct-of
msand acres of fine grazing
ag land, forty-five minutes
onville, just across the State
This is said to be an excep-
90 per acre, mineral rights
od piece of property.

Sand daughter of Mr. H. N.
arrived home from their Eu-
last week. After a most
time spent in various for-
however, they were still
ted to reach their home in

]linger, of Tallahassee, Fla.,
st week with her two sons,
IN. C. Military Academy, and
m of D. G. Robeson. Robeson


The Seaboard Air Line Railway ba
opened office in the Continental Trt
building, corner Calvert and Baltiare
streets, Baltimore, Md. Mr. Jol IL
tuval, Pamssen-r Agent, will look at*
the passenger business of the line a
these attractive offices.
Many people in this community
will heave j sigh of regret or perhaps
more properly speaking, of sympa.
thy, to learn that Eugene Hawkins
has been arrested in Jacksonville as
a public nuisance, and will perhaps
serve the remainder of his life in th
insane asylum. lawkins is descend.
ed from a prominent Georgia fam,
ily and has relatives in Apalachicola
and Thomasville.
He himself had been well edu.
cated and on many nhljects is a
fluent and at times interesting con-
versationalist, but his mind is
flighty. He may be talking perfect-
ly rational and all at once com-
mence the most contor.

tions and ravings.
At one time he joined the Sala-.
tion* Army and became ;i religious
enthusiast. While under the spell
he was perfectly harm le-. but sub-
sequently he got to drinking and be-
came a perfect nuisance on the
Sometimes he appeared on the
streets indecently clad, and ladies
who pas*.d were in danger of being
accosted 'by him and bg-g-ed for
small sums. If they gave it he prob-
ably rushed off to a saloon to buy
beer or something stronger.

A Ol Ide.
Every day strengthen the belief of eml
aeat physicians that impure bled s 'ho
cause of: the majority of on- diseases.
Twenty-fie years mgo thi theory was used
as a basis for the formula of Browns' Irm
Bitters. The many remarkable cures effected
by this famous old household remedy an
sufficient -to prove that the theory is co-rect.
Brown' Iron Bitters us id by all dealer



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

is prepared to fill late orders
promptly and satisfactorily.



ranted Gezfine Havana Wrapper and Filler



ght & Bro., and TallahasseA Drug Company.

-. Distributors.

rida Arricultural College




1 '4e

ry one and you will want more.

H. and R.,

taln ae m"--Proaia aNorth C
Una paper, name not known.
September 2d, LTAor Day, passed
quietly In Tan l mee, as no doubt in
many other Florida cities. The Vpt
office and other official businesses wer
closed at least offi lly, although t
banks remained op. -
There was no parade an, no unusl
street or other d oee tion, people at.
tending quietly tol their business u
usual. .
The workumen deployed in excava.
ting for the cellar of Duval Bros.' ev
building indulged in a strike yesterday.
The curious part of which was tht
they were- all working by the pikee
and yet struck for nine. hours' work.
There will be but little delay, how.
ever, as others are taking their place,
and the work will proceed as usual.

a -* -- _"

capital, is home from a vTit to Jack-
wonville. .

Capt. John P. Roberts is off this
week on his third trip to Panaeea this
Sick headache is the bane of many
lives. Dr. M. A. Simmon's 14ver Meod-
Sline cures and prevents thlsa'mnoylng
Miss Ebie Quaile is visiting at the
home of Hon. Ben Chalres in the
Mrs. Ruth Newsom has returned
home from a two-weeks' visit with
Mrs. William Roberts, at Robertsville
Mr. Alexander Perkins Harrison has
returned from a trip to the Pan-Amer-
lean Exposition, where .he had a 'e-
lightful time and saw all the sights.
Frequently protracted coastluation
causes inflammation of the bowels.
iRemedy-use Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver
Mrs. James Beatty Smith, of Madi-
son, Fla., is in the city visiting Mrs.
Charles H. Dickinson.
Dr. T. J. Hall, of Woodville, was
among his many Tallani *.e.. friends
for a day or so during the latter part
of last week.
Mr. E. C. Roberts, postmaster at
: SophoppY, spent Sunday last with rel-
atives and friends in this city.
To eat with appetite, digest with
comfort and sleep with tranquility,
-take a dose of Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Liver Medisine occasionally.
Messrs. J. W. Smith and J. V. Mur-
phy, of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
road, registered at the St. James Ho-
tel Sunday last
Mrs. R. B. Carpenter, her daughter,
Estelle, and son, Whitman, left for Col-
umbus. Ga., her former home last
Sunday. She wil visit her mother,
Mrs. P. J. Alford, and expects to re-
main away several weeks.
The unhappy mortal whose liver Is
Inactive is miserable without apparent
cause. Dr. M. A. Simmons' river Med-
icine makes life worth living.
The public school at Woodville
opened Monday with Mrs. Anderson,
nee Miss Clara Felkel, in charge as
principal. .
Mr. J. P. Grant, a prominent cit-
) Izen of Sopchoppy, was among the
Sunday excursionists to the city. He
spent the day with relatives and old
Wakulla friends who have come to
cast their lot in the city.
ml How few persons escape a toothache;
In bhow many suffer unnecessarily. By the
It use of Perry Davis' Pain-Killer the
ME pain is almost instantly stopped and
a complete cure effected. For a Swol-
len jaw of face due to ulcerated teeth,
Pain-Killer acts like magic. Do not
suffer a moment but' get a bottle..
Avoid substitutes, there is but-- one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c
and 50c.
Attorney-General William B. Lamar
and his mother, Mrs. S. B. Lamar, left
on Friday last for Asheville, N. C.,
where they will spend several weeks.,
The General's departure was delayeJ
about three weeks ago by important
business cnnt ted with his office.
Mrs. W. D. Cam and daughter of
( (ala, are visiting the family of Er.
1. M. Cam, at Centreville, in this
Sid Darling, 1012 Howard street,
Port Huron, Mich., writes: "I have
S- tried many pills and laxatives but De-
Witt's Little Early Risers are far
;3 the best pills I have ever used." They
ever gripe. All dealers.

Several years ago quite a number of
young men in this city went into
"The National Investment Company,"
S a concern that proposed to take very
little from them and give a great deal
in return-in cold cash. The result Is
they are now out (collectively) hun-
Sdreds of dollars, their investment

company has changed it name and
moved its place of busints to a new
S location. The boys have now quit
looking for returns, and are trying to
- devise some means for forcing a settle-
S. Especial attention is called this week
to the advertisement of the Agricul-
tural College at Lake City. At. this
Slastitution the equipment is second
to none in the South, and is full and
Complete for demonstrating every the-
Sory. Everything possible is done to
give to both sexes such practical in-
struction as will enable them to grap-
pile with the problems of life.

Free medical a,* 'ce.irMn and wom..1
Suffering from chronic diseases are
I invied o consult Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N.
Y., by letter, absolutely without fee or
charge. For more than thirty wears
as chief consulting physician to the In-
valids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of
Buffalo, N. Y., Doctor Pierce has de-
'Voted himself to the treatment and
eure of chronic forms of disease. As-
taisted by his staff of nearly a score of
Physicians, each man a specialist, h*s
success has been phenomenal, ninety-
eight persons In every hundred
treated being absolutely and altogether
cared. Women have eipeclally avail-
ed themselves of Dr. Pieare's offer of

system and restoring them to te very reasonable
Messrs. Taylor & Child have been health, vigor and elasteity of spirits Plows and Plow Gt(tr at Yaoger's For fourth eculars call on or address with stamp the underuigat
awarded the contract for Mr. Hireh- natural to childhood Price 25 cents- W. W. McGRIFF,
berg' new building, corner of Monroe Wight & Bro. To THR Daw.-A rich lady. enreti of Taliahaseean n Of
and El P joedo streets. Work will be her Deafness and Noises in thel Hpad by
begid at once. This will be a large Manager R Craword, of the Leon Dr. Ni.bolson's Artifical Eir Dnrn-, Ta-lahauas, Ji
tw,- building, with two store Hotel, has returned home from a tLip gave $10,000 to his Inxtitute, so that deaf
ibei ,m T 'f a- modern law exchange to New York, and says persons whom people unable to prucure the Far Drums WI
above. modern law %hange he met would not talk of anything but may have them free. Address No. 1174, W. N. TA W CHILD.
ve. Florida. He predicts an unusual num- The Institute, 780 Eighth AveLue, New
INDaRGARTEN. ber of tourists the coming winter.The York A
._h __ I s o t .. .. Leon will be in lirst-class shape to C
The fourth session of the K er- receive and care for all who-come thisUT eRC
g tsen Scoo will openr.. "dy, way. Huyl"er r Candy i
tober 1st, 190L Por further particulars $ la
address Miss Child, P. 0.Mr. Howard Gamble is spending the Freh, d A r tects a ders.
or cM"tf kindergarten, south of L week with his famiy at -St.STeresa. at ....... itects and B u d
t The latter *have been down there for
me. Ba& come's Drg Sto:e.r Plas a
SThe WashIngton Life. A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL. r E RE Sp t stsl
Is tot odest and best Inemrace Coyn .-rstctom engine, alkTCthougho u v Cu o
pany. Onedollar a week acked with pain" writes C..Bel- Take Coacearts Cand Oathartic.
,te best .0-yePr payment. .i fW- lainy, a locomotive fireman, of Burl- or Mc. If C. 0. to Cr, deg- All kinds of
,ty CPents wll. secure oinar.' SO .ngton, Iowa., "I was weak aid pale, gite refu d moe. bldin
you dl Y For an yaww jetite and l a l rn down. *'-
1 J. th" e o ltiu tsand,*fte Turnip Seed. of a kinds cont cted
IngIt, tfelt an well as@ everdidin
my life." Weak, sickly, run down po A fresh supply, all varieties for rough an aordng
ple always ga111n new life from'telr Fall and Winter saving, just re- dressed the latet
CARDEN SEED ue. Try them. tt on guaran- civ, at mo the latest ap
I -Geirmi best, if U n In t amme teed by all druggists. Price cents. improved
mi wse e were p rown. BALKCOM'5 DRUG STORE. ings, stair 0 methods
"l which they w e.I 'mw1 %,- .. .
That's why we handle the aifornal Go to the 5 and 10 cent Store for bar-- railsbaluate
See& or hastej enofa hm SP IalStocks, Cotton Wheat. porch col brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable orna-
-M and our seeddo bet terh ," 6 o I O"
an eed. Be sre and from SPECIAL TRAVEL INFORMATION. AnW So Invs ments, and ed and scroll work of every description. Brick,
us. Comeand see- or ando lear You can o to New York via the weU- n a m DnIf R et e freee e me d ment for sale.
about our eeds board Air Line, and return, all rail in cbhao upon apcoWam a
Sd i- -- h in. Ais fa #mm TlNsH.Lh. for m- -_ s I

_I e M w .e s t of October. cola to the guet o Miss P An mae Mr. ad Mr. J. W. orbeft and Mrs.
-- Costs. T. I. Haumphras have retrmed from : d.. -. t.W to -
o. eg- P. Rane ha&s been out a sojourn of two week at Pablt OR .M E .e. Fr .o lout reuiv a
of ~Q.4w .o, Iaapo nt tblaeins for sevo Mr. W. W. Walker, Jr., of Crawtord- BALKCOMS RUO STOaR.
eral days. v-le, was among the visitors to the Miss Lie Kin has rented her cot- -
capital yesterday. tage on Calioun street to Conductor ; f N .
Mrs. UI .- Biddilph, of Charleston, "oberts, of the Georga Alabama and l He' IT ll_ _.H. to m take it to
S. C., and her children, have come to Mesars. J. B. Dav'ldon and Thomas Florida Railroad. y
reside in Tallahasee Mitchell, of Quincy, were here Sunday r |C t __
on their way home from Panac Mrs. B. F. Hall, J. BE Kimball, of Colton Seed Me l
Mr. W. U Conner and wife, of Me- Springs. Apalachicola, and B. H. Cook of Hill- .e a Le,. -rs
Intyre, came to the city during the pas lardville, are recent arrivals at the .00 per a k Levy Bro.
week on a shopping tour, Mr. T. J. Appleyard, secretary the capital,
Florida PfISs Asoclalon. w in the O t By your Seeds of the T-Waree
Mrs. L. A. Perklns and Master Lau- city on business from "riday mntil Take life as it comes, and make the eDrugs _
rie will leave in a ew days for Texas, Monday, most of all circumstances, but for a- 0 lnt Cigars in T'lahaee, at T.
on a visit to Mr. Perkinas relatives, bad cough or cold, take 1AT.TLARP'S Byrds, try the.
on a vsi tli erins rlaivs. Corn huskers'sprained wrfits, barb- nORUJOUND SYRUP, the best known
Don't wait until you become chron- ed wire cuts and sprains, or cuts from remedy for quick relief and sure cure. Plale So"l, -
Ically coned patAd but take DeWitt's any other cause, are quickly healed Price, 25 and 50 cents. Wight & Bro -. I M -- H Ae J
Little earlyy Risers now and then.They when RALLATRTS SNOW OI rMsTLir W&- IH
will .keep your liver and bowels in Is promptly applied. Price 25 and 50 Mrs. H. H. Walker, Misses Maude I
good Easy to take. Safe pillar. cents. Wight & Bro. and Kathleen, and John C. Walker, Forf WIor *
All dealer. formerly of Jacksonville, who have n J Wear. r,_ o s r 4 a
Wa .t-o Capt Charles A. Cay left last week spen the summer in his section, came, J
Wanted, at .once, fifty bushels good to join his wife at Westminster, 8. C.. up from Panacea a few days ago en 9m14S" ylr Silesl- s
seed rye. Address Scarborough & r. oute to their new home at Ports-
Snipes, Lake City, Fla. 5t Hon. John Day Perkins, the emf- mouth, Va. e
clent and accommodating Treasurer M .. II i fl IR lio | f S t ,
if yor need a .er e cow I w of Leon county, left for New York on mvi depu Ciruit oC lerkter-"lI
save you money-A. S. Wells. Thursday of last week. e o and C. K Kn ot of Tampa. prSum
N mand Miss Casle SweeHn During the month of September, deputy clerk for Hillaborough county., E caSte YOr Wllh Cafcwot. 0
...N. a s C e w g twenty-eight convs were here last week looking after the Candy a r..
have- 00-red from an extended visit te nt taon vts will be discfe- tax sale certificates for their counties. forever. l Oc So. C o.dW4fil, 4
toT l Their yplration of their sentences. Thiwill Mr. Knott Is a brother of the State ^
glambe the largest number ever disharged mIner by that name and was his l 5
o l-. r u d, in a single month in Florida. guest during his stay here. Si ckW 1 i R 4
Stolen--A round diamond pin, ix or is the ibmne of w Wh w ted t-
seven diamonds clstered around lrge .. n ..a Mr. Max Flatauer has returned to-not rWeef alone t ated
rer. r to offered by the Seaboard Air Line Rail t fi f. a ce e. It maked hi si
4t way to the principle resorts in the Car He has rented his same the stomach right.1
""' k's "ai -m inas, Virginia and the FAl4n [ t 0"
Ie Blake s Sanitum in t as ning up a lnw line of jewelry. He
x northofLeon Baltimore. New York.Providence. te new eatron. to cam REPAt IN. O M a
all t-a year. Graduate nurses. For ton and Bfahl. Write A.. Ma- and see him. I am ready to re gnms anad sharpen m
ticularaply to .Donell,A.G.P. .. .n saws at ten cent pr saw. Aldo will 4
i SALI E. B., Prop'r, Mr.T.G.Rawls, one of Leon county's JUSt What You eed T bolers and DEMILLY. 0
7 .S : Tallahassee, Fla. largest planters and stock raisers, has File and bind your letters, bills an _- -- .C
returned from an extended trip to the you r l b i ca1
,a Nor Wes uick, economical and orderly. -
Mr. Robert Gamble, president of the North and WestSimplicity Self-Binding Letter and To loanons C
Thbe.aaville Electric Light and Gas Bill File beats any $1.50 file made. ;WM eGrie Isecurity.
Company, was among his Tallahassee Mitchell Marcus left several days ago Sent anywhere, alln charges prepaid. A
friends again Monday. for Lexington, Va., where he wl enter for .,stamps or cash. Agent Bakry are dat
for a co.urseI n the Virginia Military wanted everywhere. Oa ke ,y a s ehup n o.-
fuends agan Mo .r a. ureasee goodw tea up to date.
Mrs. Phelps Warden Wilson and Ititut pHdty File Co., every day at T. B
wM eek art w ork hoTey i spend Thousands suffer with torpid liver, 1450 Flatbush Ave.. Brooklyn. N. Y. :
some. m'e North beffoe returing. p ucing grea t depression of spirits, D1i
soe .tie .orh .er r. indigestion, constipation, headache, Money to loan. Geo. W. Walker;
Cjt. C. H. B. Floyd, of Alachi- etc. HERBINE wil stimulate the liv- Office in Ames Building. 3m ErE E nP T A B L E
col, w on a business vii to the cap- store a healthful buoyancy of pirits.
ital a few days ago. Price, 50 cents. Wight & Bro. Rem em ber e
THE WORLD'S GRE&TES FEVER The egg market has been supp iud That your prescription will be The under signed, having assumed charge f the Kemlt
aMEDICINE, a n. Te death of ..egg on ,. L urpr iptionw b.ecm .. "
J on's Tonic does in a daywhat Saturday last cause ch fully and accurately compounded Stables, solicit the patronage of his friends 4ad the pubio
slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. Its sternation among the housewives and if taken to : generally. -
splendid cures are in striking contrast hotel caterers.
with the feeble cures made by Quinine. BalkcOm's Drug Store- C
If you are utterly wretched, take a The season for bay wagons has ar- F In Stock
thoroughbcouree of Johnson's Tonic and rived, but there are fewer of these
drive out every trace of Malarial poison- wagons than for many years past, Go to the 5 and 10 cent Store for bar-
ing. The wise insure their lives and the which is taken to mean that the farm- gains of all kinds. 27-4t. IIFIyII t
wiser insure their health by using John- ers are in better condition and have I M II
son's Chill and Fever Tonic. It costs 50 plenty at home. The Gulf mullets are Dmaeeo fr m o mod andNe e -AND---
cents if it cure; not one cent it it doet fat, running well, and are being taken No one need anfer with neuralgia. Th
not..In large numbers at the Gulf shore dem inq mkly an peranently urcm
n. M. H o ns i u- b fisheries Brown Iro Bi ers. Every dis Courteous A Btion Combined with Liberal Treatment
.Hon. l. M. Hopkins will leave Sun- fsheres. -e blood, nerves and omB h, crown' Wil le ur cih n I o on,
day for Buffalo, New York and other ,., P T other s wer to Brow Ir Will be ur claim upon the public for patronage.
Easterncities, here he expects to MAB ^K BUCEYE PILE ... Kn.n ad _ed for mo d Careful a tentlion given to winter visitors and hunt.
spend a bout threeweeks or perhaps MENT Is nota paracea, but is recom- quar erof i entury, lands .d OOV
mor.e.. -u-umended for blind, bleeding or pro- met am og our mest valued remedies, ing part
more. trading piles, and it will cure the &owsbIron *as is sold by all dealer M
CouncilmanJo-A. Edmondson will most obstinate cases. Price, 50 cents in J. BANNERMAN
beCouncilman J .A. edmondson Bwll bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. Wight Wells will trade you a tresh cow for R. J. BA N tAN,
the latter part of this week or the Bro. your dry cow. 'Q Agez.
first of next. He has had qMuite a busy Mrs. W. Collins and childrenhave. Can get ya up anything in the Cake S _______
smner and goes to take a well earned returned from Palatka, where they line on short notice,. at T. B. Byrd's. I -
have been for the past month visiting Wells will sell, trade or rent you; ata ey
Henry Braydoa, Harris, N. C., says: friends and relatives. They report fine Jersey cow R e 1 E state A geucy
"I took medicine 2Oyears for ast having bhad a pleasant time, although )
but one bottle of One Minute mough they are glad to get back, as Is Mr. t ALT.ATA:. FLORIDA.
Cure did me more good than any thing Collins to see them safely nome again. A rich lady. cured of her de eandf LAX.
diiring that time. Best cough cure." Th- noises in the head by Dr. Nicholseo's
All dealers. many friends of Mrs. Rdolph Artificial Ear Drm, ave 0,u tohis 2 000 of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Weg
gn Ottaonlearef of Attaptulgs, Ga., will be lastitute, so thea deaf people unable o. Floida, inta ranging from a quarter section to liteen thousand res,
A gang of about twenty workmen pleased to l that she is rapidly re- re the Ear Drums ma) have them at reasonable rated according to timber, location, eto.
are at work laying the foundations covering rom Ao d ro city and suburban Residences an i Building Lots ina
-nd clearing away for Yaegor and Du- and cancer, from which she has been tns itute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New cidy and mo b u end an1 Bulil Iotyin ty d
val Brothers' new building on Monroe a great suferer. FOr some time she York. 14-1y arond T the most picturesque and attractively located in the
street has been at the Leon Hotel, this cy,State, with prospects of improved business oonitions.
under the treatment of r. Fp la Phil- Go to the S and 10 cent Store for bar. Also impro Farms ion po and adjoining counLies, suitable for ol-
At the Tallahasseean office you have brick, a sue l species t In the gainsof all kinds. 4 t o o ae itbleond Dairying.
the largest variety of sto ar tion t I have the nest and largest herd of One of the ot desirable of this class is a tract of 800 res of the
Stat -ou tde Jacks aville-to select WHIiT'S CREAM VEMFUGE is Jersey cattle in Florida. If you don't finest Farming d in Leon County, the en spot of Middle Florida,
frm.. God workt reasonable pri eentily the chldston ic. s t mibelieve et cOm and see. A. S Wells. and for health. fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section in
n-v alnio m-r ptrnae of food, strengthenin the nervous signs at T. B. Byrd's.


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... ",P '14.ud -~

mt b PsN lumber and hMs M-
ame Ithe Ay.M.. 3" k

ae pectersh. Car spetere. e
will Pt them to rout and copn
alne tles sn ten. Wise men have ben
st lki this subject ever so long to
devise Tas, that would take care
Sitmelt, but they have not yet se
needed Neither are they likely to
wfthrt a revolution In mehaics
whereby the tendency of fluids always
to seek their own level may be elini-
nated and other things a. wonderful
brought to pass. 8o long as knowledge
remains nearly static so long wfl it
behoove every housemmstress to look
well to the usage of her pipes and Per
A bit of rag or even string, a bmrnt
match. a wisp of hair, seems a very lit-
tle thing, one that the pipes can carry
off with no possible hurt, but the rag.
by hanging over the bend of the trap,
may serve as a siphon to take away- the
water seal, which is all that stands be-
tween the household and unlimited
sewer gas. And the rag may keep on
doing It for weeks and weeks until
deadly disease Is rampant
. A string snarled and twisted may
Work the same ll The match end, of
course, ought to float away harmless,
but Is very much likelier to be caught
in some eddy of the lush water, jam-
med into a crevice and there to take to
itself other solid particles until they
form a clot both offensive and danger-

As for hair, there is no end to the
harm it harbors. A wisp quickly storms
Itself into a sort of strainer, catching
and holding all that passes. Aside
from that, it has a trick of lodging In
the most inconvenient places, catching
upon the least roughness inside the
pipe and staying there until by accre-
tion It has clogged the whole space.
Hair has special affinity for bits of
soap. Solid soap, by the way. should
never be sent down the pipes. Very
strong soapsuds even is objectionable
unless You follow it with a flood of

for Over fifty learns.
Mrs. Wh.iow's SooUing Syrup has
bee aed for over fifty years by mil-
Moas of motems for their cbildre while
h scoso IftUoodihne
c w the gamce, allays all
pain, olres wind col* and is ls beat
-emdy for diafrboa. It will relieve
om poor utUe sffer mmldlaetly.
B ,M by druggies in every part of tAe
world. Twenty-five cents aboTUe. Be
sue and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ig Syrup," and take no other kind.

clean water, prereraDly not water.,
Coffee grounds and tea leaves either
clog a pipe very soon or else, if the
flush water prevents that, wear It
through quickly, partly by mechanical
action, partly by chemical. Neither
should ever be permitted In a sink.
Even If you are wise enough to keep
out all grease, and thus make sure that
the grounds shall get safe away from
your own pipes, in the sewer they may
come in contact with grease from pipes
less carefully kept and cake and clog
your whole pipe system, making neces-
sary costly and inconvenient unclog-
Every kitchen ought to have its grease
can, emptied once a week in winter
and In summer every threedays. All
sorts of refuse fat should go into it,
even the scrapings from plates and
dishes. Greasy water, as from boiling
hams or corned beef, should be allowed
to cool thoroughly, then have the
grease carefully taken off before it goes
down the pipes. Skillets and frying
pans ought to be filled with very hot
soda water and let stand half an hour

before washing. This gives time for
the soda to partly saponify the grease
and keep it from sticking to the pipe
or caking on top of the trap.
In scouring faucets be careful to keep
-T the scouring grit out of the joints.
Even the finest particles cut away
screw threads turning many times a
day. After scouring also take care to
let the water run at least a minute be-
fore- catching any for use. In wash-
ing sandy vegetables, as spinach, tur-
nips, potatoes, use a big pan and drain
off the dirty water, so the sand may be
gunght, Even a spoonful of sand go-
itg down a pipe will cut and wear it
more than a hogshead of water.
Milky, water is one of the hardest
things to manage. Even a small quan-
tity daily fouls pipes unless the miky
water is followed by a flushing of soda
Water moderately strong, with a lime.
water flush about every three days.
The limewater Is made more effective
by adding salt to it. Sea aalt is best
Put a lump as big as the fist In an
earthen or wooden vessel along with'
twice the bulk of quicklime and cover
with four gallons of hot water. Stir
well and let settle. Pour the clear
liquid down the pipes and follow it In
half an hour with a flush of clear wa-
ter boiling hot. Thus every kind of a
sink 'may be kept sweet and fresh.-
New York Sun.

Sewage as anseac g auA
* min.ganipioa Lon g hoars, ine

these eme nly sm o"tmh
which fet the nerves and hurt e gen-
eral health. Often there is a dse-ed
., f,*i of {the womanly qgmm

their en eral -

anand l\

indelicate quofl g, offensive ex-
aminations and obnoxious local treat-

dres Dr. K V. Pferce- Buffalo, N. Y.
Pierce's Favorite P,..w..aio for female weak-
ness It makers

ea women Pemente of
a tnde, eick o. t d

wier by letter f and m avoid the
r yea, and wrote to r. ierce farex-

X troin his 'Favorite .&iiUln' and six
c bottles cured me. I fee like a new peron aad
IakDr. Pierce for my health. Life is a
udeotany oe withiost health. I have told
a at mand of my iends loca the great-
ments deemed ecemmon by some Mediphysai-
apens ll ,,mailing onlyden rate. Ad-
dre Dr. Pi BV. oBulo, N. Y.

Terce Prayer Beu..fre fem.. eaerwea.
Illustrating the ted s of Presidenterf
Lincoln's heart as .ell as k fandith i
I tProidence and h is beautiful optimism.-
aId me. I fed like a new o"

Sthank Dr. c for my hbeen woundedtis a
Gettoburg any oe was health. I have tosh-
ington andmyed abou the president calgreat
at tDr.he hospitals CommoWhen the medical

laughtdver, "inpecoln wept like a child."on
The Prayer BeAu,'e Ge... %burg.
General Daniel Sic-kls .told a story.
illustrating the tendermiess of President
incoln's heart as well as his faith in
Protomden and hipryed s beautiful optimism.rayed be-
After batickles had been wounded atd
Geroom wittysburgreat loasd liremoed to Wash-
ouldeson, and the president called on him
at the hospital When the general
neserlbed the battle and the awful
laughter, '"Lncoln wept like a child."
"While the twou armies were onverg-
Ing," so many months, "I went anto my
room anmood toprayed as I never prayd I be-
fore. I told God that well. we were to
win the battle he musnot do it, for I had
done all that I could. I went from my
room with a great load lifted from my
Anulder that a and from that moment I
never had a doubt as telo the result. We
haed from good news from Grant, who
has been pounding away at Vicksburg
for so many months. I am in afollowedpro-
pbetle mood today, Sickles, and I say
that you will get well."m
AThe doctors do not say so."
"I don't care, Sickles, you will get
well," persisted the president.
And that afternoon, General Sickles
goes on tosay, a telegramwas receis lov-
ed from General Grof ant announcing the
fall of Vand can ksburg. His own recovery
soon followed.

A big millstone molest resting placenta over a
happymodest miller's gravof the odis a unique sight
near Graytown, O. Tnot the mworries of a ris lo-
ing rated in the center of an oldmarket but wryingho
ground hiand corn be seen a mile awayhis
neighbors and lived contentedly on hishill.
It mallrks the last resting place of profits.
happy milseler of the back old school, whonu-
knew not is thise cares or worries of a ris-em:
[ng or fa mlltoing graiken market, but whomill.]
Beground his corn and wheat for lies

Who left the world before the rise

Of modern ways of making flour
And hence passed many a happy hour.
He was not forced to speculate
Nor on Chicago's movement wait.
He did not care for foreign trade,
But sold his neighbors a bhe made.
Cables and telegrams were rare;
The markets did not make him swear.
Small was his mill, his profits round;
Clear was his head, his dslumbers sound.
He envied none, be was envied not
And died contented with his lot.
--Cincinnati Star.

Matrimeay In Gilbert Isalan .
Women of the Gilbert islands being
merely regarded as cattle or any other
property, writes Arthur Inkersley in
The Overland Monthly, the matrimoni-
al knot is easily tied and Just as easily
untied. If a man fancies a girl, be
series her by the hair of the head,
wherever she may be, despite her pro-
testations, and drags her away to his
home. Her resistance is not often seri-
ous, the pretense of refusal being due
to the coquettishness Inherent in the
sex. When the couple reach the house
of the groom, a wedding feast is fur-
nished forthwith, to which all the im-
mediate friends of the bride and bride-
groom are Invited. But an acceptance
of the invitation implies the contribu-
tion of some viands to the entetain-
ment. Matrimony Is attended by no
further ceremony than this. When a
husband grows weary of his wife, he
simply orders her to leave him. and If
she does not he turns her out of doors.

Never Left the Red4.
An old negro in a neighborhood town

stipation and in that little box you have
a perfAct remedy always at hand. ave
your doctor bills and prevent serious ill-
ness by the useot the sweet, dainty little
pieces of candy that make you well and
keep you welL We recommend Casca-
rets to all our readers.

Row Baaaea Trees Gromw.
It is a peculiar fact that but one
bunch of bananas growa on a tree.
After the fruit has been cut the tree is
then cut down to the ground, and from
the stump another tree sprouts which
bears another bunch the following
year. The greatest trouble of farmers
Is to keep the farms clear of sprouts.
They shoot up from the roots of the
tree for a radius of ten feet and grow
like weeds.
As the fruit is cut from the trees it
sto place. op the backs of little pack
donkeys and transported in this way
to the coast One donkey can carry
from three to six bunches, according to
the size of the bunches and the dis-
tance from the coast. In the season at
Baracoa there are more than ,000 don-
keys that stretch along In a line for
miles, plodding toward the coast with
their loads of bananas.

Don't Dime Alome.
How many people dine alone? The
restaurants all number solitary diners
among their regular clientage. How
many thousands of people, men or wo-
men, will eat A lone dinner or supper
tonight in the cities and towns and
hamlets of Christendom? The evil of

tank in the church of the lineal de-
scendants of the half cooked fish. Any
one who does not believe has only to
look in the water, and he will see them.
brown on one side and white on the
other. ,weamuing about at their ease.

The soothing and healig" properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have
made it a great favorite with people
everywhere. It is especially pried by
mothers of small children for cold#,
croup and whooping cough, as it al-
ways affords quick relief, and as it
contains' no opium or other harmful
drug, i may be given as confidently to
a baby as to an adult. For sale by
Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-

chickens ad wmtermanl i oT e.
I got drank, 1 shot crape I sdahed 04
der coom wd my rasor, am I-doe er
sight er odder things; but rank the
good Lawd. bredderin and slater, I
never yet lost my redigionp-Blue
Midge (Ga.) Post.

The Mevn PlaPnt.
A very queer plant belongs to the
pea family and is called the "moving
plant" on account of the manner In
which Its leaves turn around of their
own accord or go by jerks, without be*
Ing touched or In any way disturbed.
Sometimes only one or two leaves on a
plant will be affected; at other times
they will all perform jumps and gyra-
tions simultaneously. It is observed
that the movements are most energetic
when the thermometer marks about 80

why Premee Laws BeDaim.
Frenchmen do not want to rule; they
want to live. The pursuit of life, of
laughter, of charming sensations, of
intelligent apprehensions, of individual
development of character-It may all
be more important, more vital to hu-
man existence than the preoccupation
to rule oneself and others, to make
laws and to fight.-Steevens' "Glimpsel
of Three Nations."

The Single ThoughLt.
"Ah," sighed the fond mother, "two
souls with but a single thought!"'
"Yes," echoed paterfamilias, "and
less than one dollar. I don't know how
they're going to make it, Mary, unless-
er-perhaps that single thought they've
got is that papa's going to put up fot
two."-Denver Times.

la the Dmmps.
There was once upon a time an
Egyptian king, so It is said, who built
a pyramid and died of melancholy. His
name was Dumops. The memory of
his tragic history is perpetuated every
time we say we are "in the dumps."

Jinks-Have you got quarters for a
dollar, old man?
Winks-My vest pocket Is rather
crowded, but pass it over, and I'll try
to make room for it.
A Wait TiU He Sees to.*
'A Zulu chief, when you enter his hov-
el, remains silent for some moments
and seems quite unconscious of your
presence. At length be says in a tone
of grave dignity, "Ge saku bona" (I
see you), to which you reply in the
same way. The longer be takes to "see
you" the greater man you are supposed
to be, and until you are thus "seen"
you must keep silent and appear as
much as possible not to be there at alL

In the Mausem.
"The legless man Is always putting
his foot in It," observed the living skel-
eton to the snake charmer.
"What has he done now?"
"Last night we were having a friend-
ly little game. and he asked the armless
wonder to take a hand."-Baltimore
New eTricks.
Wimbleton-Hello, old man! Have
you taught your dog any new tricks
Quimbleton-Yes; I've been teaching
him to eat out of my hand. He ate a
big piece out of It yesterday.-Harvard

A Family Medielne Chest.
A family medicine chest for ten cents
In a pretty little enameled metal box
you have the means of keeping the
whole family healthy, from baby togood
old grand-pa. Go to your druggist and
get a box of Cascarets Candy Cathartic
for ten cents, and see that you always
have them in the house. Colic, sick
headache, dyspepsia, pimples, sleeplem.
ness. worms and nearly every other ail
meant are cured by some form of con-

Tbe bood may be in bad a-iLmw%
pet with no external kiga, no ski
aruptim or soae to indicate it. The
syptoms in such cae being a variable
aetite poor dgestion, an indecribable
weaknm and nmeeons, elos of fleSh
sad a general run-down so-4k1o,> of the
ystem-clearly showing the blood has
lost its anutritie qualities, has be thin
andwatery. It is in just such cases thai
.& & & hasdoesomeof its quickestand
most effective work by.building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong and vigorous.
"My wife used se-
eral bottles of S. S.
as a blood purifier and
to tone a weak and
eriSted systemwith ,.
very marked effect by
way of impaovement.
"We regard it a
great tonic and blood

is the greatest o l
tooics, and you will
find the appetite Inm-
prlows atnnceet"P(igtb
et a, and eTosncss vanishes a new
rich pure blood once more .ircu-ites
through all parts of the system.
& S. &S. is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min.
erals whatev. Send for our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write ow
physicians for any information or advice
Wanted. No charge for medical advice.

t* 'The Fr wit ef War.
Not long ago I visited the town of
Novara, in northern Italy. There in a
wheatfield the farmers have plowed
up skulls of men until they have piled
up a pyramid 10 or 12 feet high. Over
this pyramid some one has built a can-
opy to keep off the rain. These were
the skulls of young men of Savoy, Sar-
dinia and Austria-men of 18 to 35
years of age, peasants from the farms
and workmen from the shops-who
met at Novara to kill each other over
a matter In which they had very little
Further on Frenchmen, Austrians
and Italians fell together at Magenta,
the hue of the blood that flowed out
under the olive trees. Go over Italy
as you will there is scarcely a spot not
crimsoned by the blood of France,
scarcely a railway station without its
pile of French skulls. You can trace
them across to Egypt, to the foot of
the pyramids. You will find them in
Germany-at Jena and Leipsic, at Lut-
zen and Bautzen and Austerlitz. You
will find them in Russia at Moscow,
In Belgium at Waterloo. "A boy can
stop a bullet as well as a man," said
Napoleon. And with the rest are the
skulls and bones of boys "ere evening.
to be trodden like the grass."-Popular |
Science Monthly.

Queer Turkish Fish.
April 19 is the great fete day of "Ba.
lukli," or place of fishes. This Is a
small church situated outside the walls]
of Constantinople, and it enjoyed no
particular reputation before the con.-
quest of Constantinople by the Turks.j
At the time of the invasion, however, a
monk was cooking some fish there.
when a messenger came and told him
that the Turks had entered Constanti-
nople. The monk did not believe th"
story and said he would sooner believe
that the half cooked fish would jumg
back into the water. As he spoke th
fish Jumped back into the water, and
since then the place has had a great
reputation for its healing powers.
A church has been built over the
spring dedicated to "Our Lady of the
Fishes," and on this day a regular p1l
grimage takes place from all parts of
the town. Many sick are carried thith-
er, and many miraculous cures are re-
ported. The truth of the story is proved
by the presence in a large marble lined

Many physicians ar
tug Kodol Dyspepsia
having found that it
scription they can wr
the one preparation
the elements necessa
only some kinds of fc
and it therefore cure
dyspepsia no matter
All dealers.


ght I was 40;
1ht i was 50:
ght I was 25.
ndered If they
thbe high chair
se the bottle.-
ring Harvard
a His Honor.




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I.Th ,t, mwladg. I-

"Have you given it a

"WMat do you canl It
Jimme' and it wa's

co..n..o to
"Thirteen dolhrs and
hig price for smoeb a
short trip" said the
train. oa be I doeis b
"Wae ythou given It peoie

pay thatthan $1yo rca
of the steamier Hue w
tortee and apologetclar and
Tribune for


years old its

half seems a
ian with the

would rather
'ed the agent
an explana-

Uncle Eben,
special Inter-
ppn when it's

now prescrig-
C regularly,
the best pre-
e because It Is
which contains
to digest not
d but all kinds
Indigestion and
what its cause.

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Model of
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of perpea
Sof perpetba

His Manners Al Ina a Bane.
The laundress' lit e boy is being
strenuously brought up 'by hand.'
"Why, mum." she sa p despairingly, -if
I pounded that boy black and blue I
-couldn't learn him bs manners. Here.
Willie!" to the urchli who was looking
confusedly at some enales given him
by the mistress. "' at do you say to
the lady ?"
Willie looked trou-'led. Then. "Ye,
ma'am; no, ma'am;* pease, fank you,
estuse me," he sal breathlessly, re.
membeidng all his banners" at once,
the occasion eviden being great.

There's Iequett In All Trades,
A lady who Impru ntly explained to
a fishmonger the er day that her
purchase was inte ded for the cat's
dinner was a little l urt at receiving it
wrapped up In a ne paper. "I under.
stood, as It wasn't r yourself, mum."
replied the flshmon r loftily, "we nev.
er wraps up In b wn when it's fto

Norris Silver, N!rth Stratford, N.
H.: "I purchased a bottle of One Min-
ute Cough Cure wien suffering with
a cough doctors t ld me was incur-
able. %,ne bottle relieved me, the
second and thirdthird almost cured. To-
day I am a well numn." All Lealers.

OTICE is hereby gi that the following described lands will be )ldat public auction s
N MONDAY, the 7th d of October, 1901, before the Court House doer, dunng legal hour
sale., at T 1ho--e. in the Bnty of Lon, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the
Tallahee City amont for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such
sale aad advertisement:

I 0
e Description.

Alfred A. Andrews...... ................... T. C. Lotsl105and 166,N. A..... ..... ..... $9s
Nannie D. Barnett........ .................... Sub-diviaion Numbers 4, ,6and 7 of T. C.
Lot iS .N.W A.. ........................... 4 T
enry Douglass..... .................... W ofT.C. Lot 8% Co% .... ....... 38B
Ilenry Dougle ........ ......... .. .....T. 6. Lota, o ,............ ....... ... 58a
A. J Fish, Admint Moroe Tbomas
tte......------ .. .. :.T.C. Lot. N ........ ............. 40
paid Mik ...... ..................T. C. LOa oand',o. 0. f............... 12
L J. M.Shine, Agent. ............. T. C. Lot8, N. A ........................... 051
W. hne................ ..........T. C. Lots246 and 247, N.A......... .... 1384
SW. Y elowhairr... ................... T. C.Lotl4%. P ........................ 380
W. T. Chester. Agent for V..Chester ....E of T. C. Lot 8, N COX................... 180
W. T.Chester, Agent for ryV. Chester ....EZ of T. C. Lot 38, SCo.................. 447
,irs IdaLU Butler......... .......... W.. of T. C. Lot317, 0. P...............7.. 1
ors.Ida L.Buer ........ .................... NYof T. C. Lot, 32O.P ..... ............... 1116
i IdaL. Butler....... .. .... T.C. Lot 7, o....................... 3 80
,Xt Ida .Butler........ ............... ofyT. Co C.Lot4ZBy, 6co y ....... 112
GriMn Porter........- ................... Loi G" of T. C. Lot 52, N. W. A.. asper
Splat recorded in Deed Book "H. H,'" page
SL.......................................... 172
!HenriettaWilliams...... ...................Lot "H" of T.C Lot 51, N.W. A., as per
, plat recorded in Deed Book "Hi. H.," page
.. 591.......... ............................. 242
G. C. McPherson.......... .......... .........Sof T. C. Lot 263.N. A..................... 380
Thozn. Oliver ..............T. C. Lot 219, N. A............................ 4 47
SA. earce Agent H Cook Estate......T. C. Lot3. 0. P.......... ............ 313
j W. D. WILSON, City Tax Collector.

abd eAamtj t a t a- 26 John St., Nex York.



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"Some people,"
"doesn't seem to take I
esa in tellin de troof I'
su onpn disagreeable.

Therm ia curmos complmatlon tM
In West Stockbridge Mans. it is pd.
marly a maple whichiP meiaures, a foot
from the ground, 12 feet 3 inches in
circumference. Ifte fet from the
ground therm are one two birch limbs
growing, and higher are currant and
raspberry bushes whi b bear fruit each
year. It is not tad whether the
sugar made from I sap has a rasp.
berry flavor, or the Ircb bark a cur.
rant color and taste, or the berries a
spicy tang of birch. it is very old and
bids fair to stand ifor many year

The Wtlou oet Uo
When I was 20, I th
when I was 30 1 theG
when I was'40 I tho
afd when I was 50 1
were going to bring
at the table and give
W. W. Goodwin.
Professor, at a Dinner









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1pexterity Daring *of the Cewhey
i Cuitlug ON the He"e of the Rep-
tile After Its IKneeetual .Attempt
to Strike*
"Did you ever see a cow puncher kill
a rattlesnake with a knife?" said a
Colorado citizen now in town. "When
I first went west, I punched cattle on.
the SuDset ranch, one of the largest an
southern Colorado. I was a tenderfoot,
fresh from the east, but no swell head
about me. That saved me a lot of
trouble. The boys were dead willing
to put me next, even to a 14-year-old
broncho never halter broken. Among
other things, I learned how to kill a
rattler with a bowie knife. I killed
one with a knife to make my standing
good, but after that a gun or a pitch-
fork was good enough for me.
"I have seen a plaiimnan ride up to
a small sized rattler, jump off his horse,
kick at the waving head, avoid the
strike and as the reptile came down
place a heel upon its neck, coolly take
a knife from his belt and dispatch it.
I have also seen a live rattler thrown
up on a haystack machine, and I have
seen the men working on that stack
jump, roll, tumble and slide to get
away. They could not see the rattler;
that was alL In the open they would
have played with it.
"A rattlesnake is harmless out of
coIL For that reason it wastes no time
o in getting back into coil after the
spring. It will not strike unless it is
perfectly sure it can reach its object.
Therefore the cowboy must get into
Reach of the snake's spring. It can
spring half its own length, and some-
times more. Of course the larger the
snake the more coils, and the more
I coils the more vicious the strike.
S"Dick Haynes was a young dare-
devil who would go out of his way to
play with a rattler. I have seen him
Sill at least a dozen with a knife, and
t saw him when he got such a close call
Don'tbolt your food, it irritates your
stomach. Choose digestible food and
Eschew it Indigestion Is a dangerous
sickness. Proper care prevents it.
Shaker Digestive Cordial cures it.
That is the long and short of indiges-
tion. Now the question is: Have you
got indigestion? Yes, if you have pain
or discomfort after eating, headache,
dizziness, nausea, offensive breath,
W.- heartburn, languor, weakness, fever,
jaundice, flatulence, loss of appetite,
irritability, constipation, etc. Yes,
you have indigestion. To cure it
take Shaker Digestive Cordial, The
ii medicinal herbs and plants of which
Shaker Digestive Cordial is composed,
help to digest the food in your stom-
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When your stomach is strong, care
will keep it so. Shaker Digestive Cor-
72 dial is for sale by all druggists. Price
10 cents to $1.00 per bottle.

that he dropped cue gume a i usea a
gun forever after.
"We were out together one Sunday.
It was warm. and as we rode he tanned
his face with his sombrero. Suddenly
he clapped his hat on his head and
started his broncho on a lope. 'Watch
me get that prison he shouted.
"Fifty yards to our right was a rat-
tier. It was trying to get away. but
we headed it in an instant and were off
our horses. It Immediately coiled, and
then I saw the biggest snake I have
ever. seen. It was a diamond rattler
and about 20 years old. It had the
ugliest head I ever saw, enormous in
size, and with a mouth that reminded
me of a bulldog's jaw. Dick stopped
just long enough to size up its length
so as to get an idea of its spring, and
then went In on it.
"The.strike came like a flash of light-
ing. The snake struck the ground
with a sound like the cracking of a four
horse whiplash hi the hands of an ex-
pert. Dick just saved himself by
throwing his body back full length.
The snake coiled again before Dick
eould get to It. I got nervous and eall-
ad to him to shoot It.
"'That's the first one that ever struck
at me and got baek,' he said, 'and I'm
going to have that pretty head.'
"The rattler was beside itself with
Srage. It lay, coil upon cold of smooth,
7 glistening length, showing the long
reach and powerful spring in reserve.
7 Out of the cols two feet more of body
and neck rne straIght In the air, and
6 above all that black, venomous head.
wtth glowing eyes and forked tongue,
waved, slightly, warly, to and fro.
"Dick stepped in again, more cau-
tiously. He reached the knife nearer
and yet nearer to that swaying head.
I knew he was getting too lose, but I
feared to speak to him. Then came the
trike, with that marvelous dart of
speed. Dick's knife flashed and the
make lay quirming, a headless thing,
pon the ground.
'Wts get to camp,' said Dick. 'It
got me in the thumb.'
"We Jumped -for the saddles and
ltarled on a mad run for home. Dick
rode with his thumb on the saddle
horn and his knife n his .other hand.
"'If she begins to swell, off she
homes said he.
"We reached the raneh, and. while
Dick poured down whisky we exam-
toed the thumb. We oeuld fMd notb-
g, not the slghtest wound. The snake
Shad struet the handle of his knife, and
the strength ad addemes of the tim-
Met nm.A We*~ Im -his un"Ma Tt UMu

Its Css. aws ai It. Weeral

With the closest scrutiny It becomes
evident that the bee does not, like
other creatures, house its tonguejn Its
mouth, but neatly folds it back beneath
Its head.' Bumblebees, when disturb-
ed, have a way of threatening with
their jaws, while the honeybee has
the more direct method of settling In-
truders.with her sting.
The jaws of the bee are very credit-
able organs and can give quite a for-
midable nip. Catch a bee in a net and
see how viciously It will bite at the
meshes, working its jaws sideways in-
stead of up and down.
We call this wonderful implement of
the bee a tongue, but In reality It is
more than this, for the whole arrange-
ment consists of two slender filaments
called marille, the under lip and the.
actual tongue. If a drop of honey lies
near the surface of a flower, the slen-
der, active tongue, darting out from
the case formed by the maxilla, licks
It up with the same ease that a dog
licks a plate. Should the tube of the
flower be elongated the bee has at
command another length of tongue,
which is shot out from within and
shuts up like a telescope when no
longer wanted.
To appreciate fully this delicate
organ you should watch the bee sepa-
rate it Into its component parts and
clean it out. The lengthening process
ae the Drobocisa. as the tongue and its
Mr. H. A. Pass, Bowman, Ga., writes:
"One of my children was very delicate
and we despaired of raising it. For
months my wife and I could hardly
get a night's rest until we began the
use of Pitt's Carminative. We found
great relief from the first bottle."
Pitt's Carminative acts promptly and
cures permanently It is pleasant to
the taste, and children take it without
coaxing. It is free from injurious
drugs and chemicals.
allied parts are sometimes called, Is
accomplished by a series of springs and
hinges. In addition to this telescoping
power, the tongue is a hairy member,
the hairs arranged In rings, the longest
ones toward the center. They assist in
lifting in the nectar and in pumping it
into the mouth. Thence it goes to the
honey sack.-Chautauquan.

Very few people want to know the
truth unless it fits their prejudice.
Every one who doesn't like you is
looking for a chance to laugh at you.
A great deal of nerve is sometimes
necessary to keep from being cranky.
You know a whole lot if you know
enough to know you don't know any-
When a boy is not Invited to a party,
he hangs around the outside to see how
things are going.
When a dressmaker makes a. quilt
out of silk scraps, the women begin to
look at her with suspicion.
Every one is some kind of a sinner.
The employee too honest to take a post-
age stamp will steal his employer's
Be sensible with your children. When
you want them to do a thing, tell them
why. Don't tell them they must do It
or take a beating, or that they must do
it because you say so.--Atchlson Globe.
As Undesirable Boarder.
Some time ago the keeper of a board-
Ing house retired from business after
having acquired a comfortable com-
petency in the course of about 20 years.
During that period her house became
well known in the city and among the
women in her own business. She nev-
er realized how well known It was un-
til she set out to find a place to live in
She applied first at the house kept by
a woman nearly as well known as her-
self only to learn that there was no
room for her. It was not until she had
been through the same experience sev-
eral times that she came to understand
that she was not wanted in the estab-
lishments of her former rivals. Her
reputation for keeping a fine house was
too much for the other women, who
did not want to submit to the scrutiny
of a former boarding house keeper who
had made a reputation and a fortune in
the business.
She learned, after going to a hotel
where her record could not be used
against her, that she was not the only
woman who had found It difficult to
get Into a boarding house after having
kept one of her own. When they are
well known, It Is practically Impossible
for such women to find quarters, for
whatever her reasons may be the land-
lady does not like to shelter her kind.-
New York Sun.
Old Miit.e leetfi us and New.
From the American Revolution to the
year 182 the offers of the militia of
the state of New York had been ap-
pointed by the council of appointment
upon the recommendation of command-
ing officers of divisions, brigades and
reggimnt,. and the promotions were
generally made according to rank and
seniority. Under the new constitution
and the militia law of 1828, and In ac-
cordance with the democratic spirit of
the period, the election of military offi-
cers became the established usage and
has continued until the present day.
The election of offers In 182 and fol-
lowing year was attended with consid-

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so Thought the Small Boy, but the
Man Thought Differently.
He wasn't very big, but he was a
sturdy little chap with a face that bore
the marks of much thinking and pre-
mature responsibility. I learned after-
ward that he was supporting a crippled
mother and an invalid sister who had
been left helpless in the world by the
death of her father. He might have
run away from home and evaded the
responsibility, but he didn't think of
it. He just sold papers.
At the loop on Fifteenth street a
crowd was gathered, waiting for the
evening cars. A ragged young girl was
selling flowers at the Fifteenth street
end of the waiting station when a man,
rushing to catch his car, knocked her
against the side of the building. With-
out stopping, probably not having no-
ticed what he had done, he continued
his rush, when the boy stepped in front
of him defiantly.
"Say, what do you want to knock a
girl down for? Hit me. I'm big
The man paused in surprise and then
glanced around. He saw the flower
girl picking up her wares and under-
stood. Without a moment's hesitation
he went back to her, gave her enough
money to make her eyes sparkle with
Joy and said:
"I'm sorry, my dear, that I hurt you.
I didn't see." Then, turning to the boy,
he continued: "You said you were big
enough, young man, but you're a great
deal bigger than you think. Men like
you will have a lot to do with keeping
this old world in a condition of self
Then he caught his car, and the boy
and the girl stood there wondering
what he meant-Denver Times.

A Robbery That Was Wltnesed by
W mp Durimng Sleep.
A lady spending the summer in the
country, some 20 miles from her city
residence, dreamed that the latter was
robbed, she herself being a witness of
the robbery. In her dream she saw two
men, one of whom limped, in the act
of *nmmaging some trunks in the hall.
A candle stuck by means of its own
wax on the newel post Illuminated the
scene with a dim light. .
After finishing their work with the
trunks the men went up stairs to a
closet, from which they removed cur-
tains and hanghigs stored for the sum-
mer months. The dreamer observed
that they overlooked her most valuable
curtains, which had been placed well
back on upper shelves.-
Suddenly she seemed to be transport.
ed to her birthplace at Auburn, N. Y.,
wme:she especially noted the bronze
figure-of-an Ind1an which surmounts

- Me7 'r %m in*t ta M
ent. -Te of whom am-ow
vouch foe the t t. 8absie
was foun0 that the ei house b
entered d robbed. On theA
were the marks of the canm
.eurtans had aB been taken bat
set, which were found where tt
er had seen them.
Suspicion was directed to a
who had been at work on ti
who was lame and ,who dis
immediately after the robbery.
tigation of this man's character
that he had served a tet in
burn penitentiary.-Health Cull

There was much difficulty intro.
during the potato Into Franca It was
only toward the end of the gn of
Louis XIV that It began to used.
The learned had opposed its I ue-
tion systematically. saying It oced
leprosy, and the common re-
fused to test it even on their 11 stock.
A trick at last established Fields
were planted all over France th po-
tatoes and carefully guarded til the
-tubers were ripe, It being out
that thee fields were gro. a new
thing specially for the king that
trespassers would be p Now,
the laws at that time were e e. A
man might be banged when 'hunted
in the wild forest, for the was
the seignieur's. almost each one of
whom k(ipt his private gallo Tree-
pass aoalust the king implle there-
fore. terrible punishment
T.he da.(nger of the punish proved
1:sel'f :an alluring bait As otriv-
er. wi.v- in foresight, bad the
Gelds that were purposely left hguar-
ed were pillaged right and le the po-
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and the tuber at last effectuas intro-
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presslon of Henry Irving on had the I
effect ot. making a fellow a or alto.
Geo. W. Lane, Pewam. Mich., ast FreighagdOlluxurioms Pmente Route to New York," Botonu and the East.
writes: 'Your Kodol Dyspe ia Cure Short R il Ride to Savannah.
istoach trouble that I ever For THENCE via palatial e steamships sailing from Savannah. Three
years I ssuffered from d psa, at ships each week to o.r York, making close connection with
times compelling me to sta. In bed, New Yor loston ships, or Sound hners.
and causing me untold agony. I am All ticket agents and hotels lied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for genera
completely cured by Kodol Espelsia Information, sailing schedules, reservation, or call on
Cure. Ip recommending it t friends WALTER HA WKINS. Gnal Agent. 224 West Bay street. Jacksooville, Fla
who suffer from indigestion always P. E. LRFEVRE, Manajer. |A W. H. PLEASANTS. Traffic Manage
oaer to pay for it if it fails. rnus far New Pir North River. New York. N. Y.
I have never paid." All deers.
getber target tuat he %as on he stag An
at alk it occurred In Manehb er dur-
ing a rformance of "Ma th," and P
n the sne where Macbeth. to one
of the zaurderers. "There's upon B, ALO N. Y.
thy face!" Irving put so m earnest- *b Y9
ness Into his words that the murderer
forgot is proper answer(" e Ban. "
voice: ls there? Great I" He 7 1901
fancied, as be afterward sak that he
had broken a blood vessel. Ledger I I
Monthly. AM
Uakuewu to the La TheLN1R;w
Judge -, one of the gre lawyers
of the Ilst generation. char a client
a retail: of $1,000 Ia an portant
case. bt, the parties got t her next
morning and settled the suit fore the LOW SWW m I RATES
Judge 1hd opened a book or en a
line concerning it His clien called to From Florida Points.
see if he would not refund rt of the
money.. The lawyer seemed rprised
at the suggestion. "Refwun he ex- n A cu l
claimed. "Refund, did you y? My n c u n t a
friend, that is a kind of und known
to the legal profession!"- York
CUTS AND BRUISES Tickets on sale Sep 7th to 11th. Rates from Tallahassee
Chamberlain's Pain Balm plied to
a cut, bruise, burn, scald like in-
jury will instantly allay the and Corresponding from other points. Double daily
will begl the parts In less than service, including s iay, via Richmond and Washington.
any other treatment U the In- erie inldig. Fofurh
jury is iery severe it will leave a Quick schedules, I tet Pullman equipment. For further
scar. 'ain Balm also cure heuma- information write "
tism, strains, swellings and eness.
orsale byWightBro. allmed- R. E. L. Bu t, A. 0. M acDonell,
dlned~lers. 9IC
SGen'L Pass. Agent, Asst Gent. Pass, Agt.
T Portnouth, a. Jacksonville, Fla.
Two huored m of po- _
oes remove eighty unds
Sof"actual"Potash mthe Carrabelle, T aassee & Georgia R.R.
oil. Unless this uantity PASSENGER ULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3,1900.
,bis returned to e soil,
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U N--A-e4L.-oIs Istopping At the ft"t
on uJaday Hotel.
Sw M Wi h a hurricane.1 Judge Whitfleld resumed his dutes
S -.' at the Court House this morning aftr
rH. f easo; T. PN Mo. having been confined. to his house
d R3tapidsq Mich.; I. G. nearly a week from Illness.
5-*miiiBsldch.; and H. B.
r al A formerly or at Mr. J. W. McCord, the genial prop-
t the Tafhaman rieter of the Constantine Hotel, Says
M in the that he has not had so many visitors
T i saw the 8State of- patronize his house, and then go away
ak tro a eeaoicial source so soon, as upon the recent excumsion
S lear that arrangements were made from Carrabelle. for a "terrible" long
t fVvWcA work at an early date time. All parties seemed to enjoy
10 the abo'O-meUtioned railroad. themselves.
There is no faUlly medicine so fa- Mr. 0. A. Stewart, of Titusville, de-
Vorably known as Pain-Killer. For puty circuit clerk for Brevard county,
"W sixty years it has been used by was here a few days ago to receive the
MsIonUareis In al parts of the world, tax sale certificates for that county.
t only to counteract the climatic in-
i n their families, but for the NIGHT WAS HER TERROR.
re of al die of the bowels and "I would cough nearly all night
tOr wounds, burns, bruises, etc. Avoid long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of
substitutes, there is but one Pain- Aleandria, Ind, "and could hardly
Kiler, Perry Davis'. Price 26c. and 60c. get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad. that if I walked a block I would
From JackomvillP--$47 50 to Boton cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
=4 Prn-videncf: $43.80 to-New York; when alll other medicines failed, three
3.380 to Baltimoe; 38 20 to Wush $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discov-
gtW.n1; 883. 0 to O'd Point Comfort ery wholly cured me and I gained 58
Ocean View, Vrginia beach and rs- pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed to
tiUth and return. Tickets on sale dail, cure Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Bron-
tOd tdeturnion up to October 1st, 190 chitis and all Throat and Lung
Thee etxcntaion rates apply via Ports- Troubles. Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial
nouth and steamer only. Similar rates bottles free at all druggists.
frn.m other Florida pomnt. Two daily
trains between Florida points and Ports. Mrs. F. R. Lamb, of the St. James'
m'u"th; morning and evening departure Hotel, her nice, Miss Mattle Man-
fr1om Jacklmiville. For aty informna- eley, of Pensacola, and Miss Nellie
tion write A. 0. MaiDonell. A. G.P. A., Bassett, will leave Saturday for Buf-
Jacksonville. Fa. falo. At the latter place Miss Bassett
will Join her sister, Mrs. W. D. Hartt,
,who has been spending the summer in
I A Canada, and whose husband left two
CASTOR | weeks ago to bring her home.
P ai-at Mi Chir The excursion to Carrabelle from
ljs thi YA" this city Wednesday last was given
Sil in t he interest of the Baptists'
Dm .. the. u Union of the State,' where delegates
Spas oe from all over the State were present.
SIgnatureooftC The number from this city was
small, however, though they all had
a very good time as is always the case
Hon.' L. Young, of Plant City, + with those who go to this favorite
member of- the TegWlature from Hills- resort.
borough county, was on a business
usit to the capital a few days ago. j. M. Forbes will open a lodging
-.a B i C house and restaurant -in the old Flor-
T.L B. Gaskin, of Bloun town, CIr- Idian building, owned by Mr. McDou-
cult Clerk of Calhoun ty, and gall, corner Monroe and Jefferson
Stephen L Revell, of l, County streets, the first of next week. The
Clerk for Liberty county,- have been building is now undergoing the neces-
at the capital to receive the tax sale sary repairs.
certiclates for their counties.
IA. P. Weeks, Louisville. Ga., writes:
To Turpentine and ll, Men.--For i regard Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver
es* one pair lrge1lle mul weighing a Medicine the best remedy in the mar-
Con or more, six years old,Ju cable for ket for liver complaints and indiges-
lumber or turpentine. tion. Zeilin's and Black Draught I
27-It P. O. B x 63, poyd, Fla. consider not so good. We used all
James D. Chalker, of iMacclenny,
-Circuilt Clerk for Baker ty; M.W. An agent representing a Cincinnati
Griffin, of Green Cove prins, Cir- oil indicate is taking options on lands
cult Clerk for Clay were at the in Leon and adorning counties with a
capital on official busne view to boring for oiL He has already
options on twenty thousand acres, and
Douglas' Lver Invig tr.. desires to secure as many more as
I. poMsiblsK ati

A superior reimed for allC..-
Sunhealthy condition s of the Mrs. G llivan, the-Mies Ta-
ie a S tur, Miss Katie Sullivan, the Misses
Liver and Sto Once Girard, Miss Mamie Gallie, Miss Wil-
tried, always F ud. For son, Mrs. Hogan, Mrs. Dawkins,
sale at .'. Messrs. B. A. .eginniss, Robt. L.
Collins and others will leave some time
BALKCOM'S RIU STORE. the latter part of this or the first of
next week for the North. They expect
Two horses running way with a to visit Buffalo, but will spend more
wagon on Thursday eon on Mon- time in New York city than at the ex-
roe street caused consul rable excite- position.
ment. A negro sitting n a road cart .
was holding them whe a boy; on a i'allahasseeant wo have returned?
bi .le came sp along. Thdt from the North, East and West this
haorss took fright, Selt the negro off summer, say they found numerous per.
his perch and split M_ street wide sons at every place they visited make
open going South. Th ran into and 'inquiries relative to Florida in general
damaged Tony Vyarn's .rage at the and Tallahassee in particular. They
drinking pooL The Ist we saw of spoke especially of Tallahassee's build-
them they were go | down Capitol ing boom and her new railroad to
Hill at a breakneck sp Bainbridge. Many will visit the State
SAYS HE WAS i TUI' D. h winter
SI suffered such rom rns I The cutting of the grass in front of
could hardly walk, tes H. Robin- the Court House has had a decidedly
son, Hi1l ugh, "but Bucklen's eneficial effect, a fine velvety green
Arnica Saive co.plpe ty cured them." re it, the result Men can always do
Acts like magic on prains, bruins, better work when their surroundings
cuts, sores, scalds, b boils, ulcers, cheerful and convenient.
Perfec healer of skin leases and piles. a "
"Cure guaranteed by druggists. c WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY.

The h ey "r ai There's no rest for those tireless lit-
The heavy rains ve not alonetie workers-Dr. King's New Life
damaged crops In vicinity. The Pills. Millions are always busy, cur-
streets in some pla are almost im- Ing Torpid Liver, -Jaundice, Bilious-
lassible. Work don on them in the ness, Fever and Ague. Theybanish
forenoon is frequent washed away Sick Headache, drive out Malaria.
before night and deep additional Never gripe or weaken. Small taste
gue washed out. s has caused nice, work wonders. Try them. 25c. at
the question of sew e and paving all druggist
to again k seriously In ad-
dition to iis, the have seriously xN AR Y v ESCAPED.
retarded buildings t are going up, NARROWLY ESCAPED.
and delayed work other contracts Mrs. Robert H. Gamble, of thbi
- that have been let. All in all, the city, while en route to Virginia, lasf
townha suffered a t as bad as the week to spend the remainder of the
hot season, had a very narrow escape
S from serious injury. At Charlotte
Sa locomotive ran into the side of the
sleeping car in which she. sat.
Smashing it badly and nearly over-
Sturningit. Fortunately it kept on
iJ I I fh I I the tracks and none of the passen-
__ ,-- gere were hurt except that Con-
VM hm M W o-greesman Blakely, of Maryland, who
gam pOMlj l~l was in the car struckhad his right
a ounce of o shoulder bruised by it coming in
SION. It is but it ofte contact with the side of the car op.
polite the point where the engine
toatc '&! WM. while the train was stopped at,
t Pe .S Its Stai uM eCharlotte an engine steamed slowly
toward the passenger train on a
So thg a track the sleeIpr was standing
to across. The passengers watched it
.o...4-whi approach, but did not realize their
t, Ud Ui irhe Way he. ^i .iLUter it was learned that the en-
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For Sale by TAT.TA

ton, while insanity or idiocy or lu--
nacy is legal cause for divorce inAr-
kansas, Colorado, California, Die
trict of Columbia, Georgia, Iowa,
Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan,
Minnesota, Nebraska, New York,
Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia,
Wisconsin, Mississippi, Oregon,

Pan-American Rates. $29 70.
Tickets can be purchased at this
rate September 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
and 11th, and limited to return on
or before October 8th, 1901.
We have decided upon the fol-
lowing route: Seaboard Air Line
Railway Tallahassee, Fla., to Rich-
mond; -R. F. & P. to Quantico,
thence the Pennsylvania Railroad to
Buffalo, via Washington.
Notice of Application for Perm't to
Sell Liquors, Wines and Beer
B X. OWilson Ia file ith the ilBari of
Omunty Commibalonrwr of I eon county. in the
State of Florida. hbi app Icatqon tot a permit to
sell liquors win an, leer in Election Ii-trict
No 13of said county and tate; Utat %ueh apli-I
cation will be acted on by P -aiad Doar.l of
County Commiufioners at t'ia:r next reiula
meeting, which will be held on the fir-t Motday
in October. A.D. 1901, at II o'clock am of
said day, and tUe sald fourd berebr called uoi
any citizen of such Election Di-tret who mayi
dutes todo s, to show eda-e. if an there b6'. as
the next regular m eta g of sal Bonarl. why
such permit "hall not be grmuted to the aWl-t-
By order of the Bna d of Cunty Com-miaaoaen
of Leon county, F1iulr. .
This the2d day f eptcmber, A. P. 1901.
8stAL.) "((11C L A. RRTA1.
'28-5w Clerk Circu Court i eon c aoty,-Fl.

Sh3r fits sale. .
troller's warrant woed -y the Hon. A. C:
Croom, Como r Iller of th- t-tte of 1o,* ilaA
bearing date f August 27th. 1901. to dlftil.
rectedassherfrof leorcou ty. Florida. a
the TallahjWee moutheaemkru Is lwary mip-m .
for State aaimtountv taxes dutae an t unpaid fr
the year 1899. amounting to thl b sua of even
hundred andfl%:y.three and 12-. lO (O7r3. l's
do lars, and for due an.t ntro 1 i4 it-' amt
county taxei for tho yea- 19(M0. amountln: t,.
the sanuof Peven bun ted an.i nianetr ix ant
88 .O ( 179(%88) 4 llars. to(mther with lInu
ob6Sta and ex4pee or dsal", *ommn.uilng me i
collect by l-vy and sale. a the mew inn r a-
Is now provided ty law ft,r Jh sal. or pro rt:
under execution 5to*m the Cilrni, C a rn. of their
shop, fixturem. rolling stock r tin pv rt thereul
or of the entire road or such rart ih .r.ot a" may
be located in the Sitate belonginr to or o, erate..
by said company, I hare this dry I i'd upona
and will expose for sale in ront of the ro..n
homedoor in the etyof rallahawe.qm the7li
day of October. 19(1. thUt bin:.thU fr t tm.n-
day of October and le -al ales day. da, ipr the<
legal nour of side. the_- following des-riled
property of the Tallahamee o utletwerin Iail
way Company. to-wit: The a- l and toi4d ed
aud appurtonvnres thereto b k ngltnjr. etl r
with the rigiti w y xt ndingx frnmw a i sint
about ab ut >ne mile m-w ly m uth of the mu h "
wet corner tf the city I T IlahaM-e whr
the Tallahitee Souoheas ern RI rou d join, the
St. Marks bran h of the s~eai. ard at- i- ine
Railway In Lon county. Floral a, nd ronnia g
nearly e&-t for tab ut twetotv miles Itw I to
Thomas City in JJ. feram county, r'orsa, to;
getherwth the n.lling t ek of daid m ,mi any.
This2d4 dy of eptmeeer. A. D.1901.
Jam A. H oWaa.
28-5t Sterif of LI.n tUany.
Notice of Trx Died.
To Henry Carnmey and All Other Tatereted"
warned that unldes areurdlne to pwm i-kmn
of the artof June 2d, 18S ,., y, a rvd-enm at hit
the thirty days prior to the stua tav ,f s.atvtb-
*r. 19t11. from all tax tie-. the land Le'ow de-
,c-ibed. I. a- Clrk. unilt restrained by o d"
of court, will w ue tax deed to B U Al'eu. ,-on
veying 3 areas of and in the Sof sV.!4. of c
I.T. I N. K. I E., described to wat: Ikgin .g
at the PW. corner of the SEY oft 9 e. 5. .
N.. R. 1 E, thence rn K. 7 c'ainus ti. p iut ot
beealnning. Fromn s:-it point ru., N. 4 5J 10i
che!u,. thence W. 6 50 IO ch ;.in-. the.-8e 8.
4 .O 14)0 chains, thencle V*. O 3> it to begia.
ning. locate in Lon Countly. sas "r l orid.L
aina based on Tax certlckate tao. 1. Tax Sales o'
August 7, 1899
Withaes my hand and the saal of the Cireutt
Coutat Talth .ueee. Lton county; Florida,
[sAL.1 this 4th day o tir ptember. A D 11901.
Clerk Circuit Court Leon Comuty, Via.

Notice of Tax Deed.
To Henry Oraiminee, O 4amine, and ill
Warned that onleia -erordlr to pro himo,.
of the act of June 2d. 1880, yoU redecm w.tVhi
*the thirty day pir to the nitu dayot ttes.
ber It9l. Irom atl tax .CS, th? land hemiow
descrit, d. I. a' lerk. unlem re-iraloed ny or :r.
ol court, w'hl i-.. tax deed to & s.. lls.. -n-
veying tLeSl4of N e ec. 24, r. 2 N.,-
SRn. 120acrel, amaallof tbea of NWU
lying W of the TalhabameeandtiCett.ukie rjjd'
of -e.; 19. T2N, RSE. 4453-lOa -.,e, toia
ted in Leoan County, State of Florida, and be d
on Tx 4 erilttmes Nee. 11 and 1, Tax a1a. of
August 7th. 1899. -
Witness my band and the seal of the Circuit
Conrt at Tallahawee, Leon at unt, Pint-
.CougCL A. BaT"w,

Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Fla.


"Something New Under
The Sun."

All Doctors have tried to cure CA.
a ARRH by the use of powders, acid
gases, inhalers and drugs in pastM
,orm. Their powders dry up the mw-
cuous membranes causing them tp
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have esi-
tirely eaten away the same meM4-
branes that their makers have aimqd
to cure, while pastes and ointmani
cannot reach the disease. An old and
experienced practitioner who has for
many years made a close study and
specialty of the treatment of CA-
TARRH, has at last perfected a Treat-
ment -which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at once, but permanently
cures CATARRH, by removing the
cause, stopping the discharges and cur-
ing all. inflammation. It is the only
remedy known to science that actually
reaches the afflicted parts. This won-
derful remedy is known as "SNUF-
CURB," and is sold at the extremely
low price of one dollar, each package
containing internal and external mel-
icine sufficient for a full month's treit-
ment and everything necessary to its
perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect
CATAhRH CURE ever made and is
now recognized as the only safe and
positive cure for that annoying ard
GisgURting disease. It cures all* in-
fismmation quickly and permanently,
and is also wonderfully quick td re-
lieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the
CATARRH when neglected often
FLES" will save you If you use it at
once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a
complete treatment which is positively
guaranteed to cure CATARRH In any
form or stage if used aceordtag p the
directions which accompany each
package. Don't delay but send for it
at once, and write full particuls as
to your condition, and you will reive
special service from the dibeowr .of
this wonderful remedy regarding yor
case without cost .to you beyond the
regular price of "SNUWLbS' the
Sent prepaid to any address I the
United States on receipt of one dol-
lar. Address Dept. C740, UDWIN B.
GILES & CO.. 2330 and 2332 Market
street. Philadelphia.

= eor to limits of tLe city, emIlaeg tbld-
ing lotsand trumk farms all eotJgu m d de-
airaWle. Apply to W. W.Mlamur.
rammindin two-s*ory tLoansrg fe with
upper amd lower ven:nmw, ample prmedso.
bl *e ana well aprohlUtd sore, Oc n maner of
Galune< and luuoeva rd streets. BuilIngB all
jo eart t v ly new emu in god t order. The tt
pta *I in the city hir or riereantile
hui it-., in two Hnhmk, of all depot, B. IH.
hop. 1'i Mill, F.ctory, Cinuer-. etc. For
p ice alplyto W. Y. McGtIFF.P
I'OR S l.V' -- 1 the maclhi-tevy for an up s
date faltrefla o-.':t .odaew at ha.f c.
Apldy to W. Vt. Mie Grif
r in lanu on Lake MckRFn,one mile oP lake
siwre for prature. Apply to
4to-tf W. W. icGiKir.
t% vR.%i oht the inmi pro-iut:It--idenet in
e ity-on Cahouu and C'litdj street- -
unrorpamed lor bu-1ines. ebzTvcnenae. or -ocial
-urroun'l~ga. such ais arn not tou the market lor
a lifetime. lor an ly early, ij you waat
to buy. W. W. *CiQ Yr.
" terei in tit teeing Grove Lots.
.aElot 14.18!W.. R. Nrirn.

FN It S L9t.--
it MeC aty --
to churh.-cl e
cety. leant. I
fenel. Apply

IOes rable residence 8. R. corner

lasd lirf aaugh treAMU. waventaet
A I*. gofnhe and btaine-k pear of
Mala ca h,. baance ttinuupre-
to~.W Mo~um u5

Are Mu yaib-
AM ssan

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For sale I.y Wight& Bro. J'allahafM e
Fia. lv



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one which you cut 0o and K
away every time tcht you s

k a Five Cent cigar. Tierc is
as much labor in making this M
all the rest of the-cigar, and l
cry man who buys a ci ar cuts S
and throws it away. Iou get

,u pay for when you smoke U

Virginia Cheroots

Ma" oa viri cicrootsaked t6s
r. Akyou om dealer. Pie. 3 ccat.
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ar .ting Machinery in the World.

more & Davis Co.,

The Famous Atlanta Optician.

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RECEI VD GOLD. MEDAL Highest Award RDiplomia of I<
ftabisheT 187). iTheee famous glasses for sale by

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Be that "Hawkes" is stamped on frai. Never peddled.




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door to 8ame & Davts Co., opposite Wight Bros. Drug StO'


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