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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: November 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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TALLAHASSEE. FLORI A. FRIDAY, NOVEMBEf 8, 1901.


YEARLY RETROSPECT 'jn CAGHTIC.IPIDSIT PSH TALLAHASSEE A GOOD MA GONE
we cannot escape it, but thinking does puties and (.constables, military guard,
not seem to bring much comfort, and and other assistants as you may see
we 'put it away as one of those things fot
4yohwe must meet when it comes in Tharefore,ail not, at your peril, wh

Excellent Seron Rev. tway we can. Not that we have Popular Young Couple Wedded Her Fture Prospects are E- make return this warran Jacob Cohen Passed Away
fortten our friends, not that we love oings then, as soon as may be af
theM less, but we are not sure how ter the exec tion.
W. H. Carter lessbut e are not sure how Wdn a i ceedingl Bright11
ml ah of home friendships and love In witness whereof, I have hereunto
wil form a part of the eternal exper- placed my 1Ind, and caused to be af-
iee. -. fixed the fqlat Seal of the State of
4d t All Saints'our great mother, Florida, at 'Vllahassee, the capital, this
AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCHy r A gET OME MARRIAGE "RE FACTORIES NEEDED yOfF ON WEDNESDAY
T THE EHUR1 H th church, calls our thoughts to those A 5thTE dayour of november, in the unreRd
of er children who have passed fromourLord thousand nine hund
th#p earthly work, that, by 'their exam- ___ and one. .
plh we maybe admonished had encour- -'- S. JENNINGS, 7..
Touching Reference to Departed ag d to perform faithfully the labor Only a Few Intimate Friends and Rel- Trains will Soon be Running on Two J Governor of Florida. Followed by Largest Procesion ee
Friends and Neihborich hascome to us.Solet us in this John L. C ford,
Friends and Neighbors. snall part of the family give a f ew atives were Present ,, New Roads. Secret of State. Seen in Tallahassee
th ughts to those who have left us
dijring the year. NEW CORPORATIONS.
"Lord, if Thou hadst been here, my inhe year was nearly at its close, for A happy home wedding occurred at "I take great pleasure in reading the The Florida Fruit and Vegetable Though it had been expected for see-
brother had not died."-St. John, xi, 32. it Swas still within the octave of Christ- 6 o'clock Wednesday evening at the Tallahasseean," said Governor Blox- Etchange ia new institution that will eral days, the death last Tuesday morn-
Among all the places associated with mys, when there left us one who had home of Hon. Walter A. Demilly, tax ham to the reporter yesterday, "and do businessgn this State, articles of in- ing of Mr. Jacob R. Cohen, one of our
our Lord's life upon this earth, no one loig been connected with the political collector of Leon county. The con- heartily commend its efforts to pro- corporation having been granted the leading merchants and landlords, ast
appeals to our human, sympathies more a airs of the State, familiar with the tracing parties were his accomplished mote the best interests of the city. past week.; (The headquarters will be a shadow of gloom over the entire
strongly than the home in Bethany. ratine of government, he was often daughter, Miss Maggie Whitehead De- "This is something that Tallahassee in Jackson ille, but the owners have munit co
It was no place of monotonous inac- consulted on matters outside of his milly and Mr. Clarence Zach Fenn. nee*s, and any effort to build it up the privilej of establishing branches For years he had been a sufferer frn
tivity, or even of indifferent content, o*n department; thoroughly courteous The affair was a very quiet one, only should receive the co-opetation of the at such otker places in the* State or Briht's disease, and for the past sev
the personal characteristics of each and capable, a continuance in office a limited number of the most intimate cUitiens. Keep up the good work." elsewhere they may desire. eral months, though he has been up
gave variety to experience. Martha, seemed to depend only upon himself- friends and relatives being present. Tat is just what the Tallahasseean The geneIal nature of the business and about his place of business a good
anxious, perhaps unduly so, about daily btt a weakness or a disease, probably Indeed, the young couple had intended proposes to do. It wants to see the to be tran&cted by the corporation is portion of the time, it has been apr-
comforts and necessities, would worry it' was both, slowly destroyed both to spring a surprise on their friends Capital City the most important as well the buyink;and selling, for itself and ent to his closest friends that the end
somewhat over Mary's apparent indiff- naental and physical ability, broke up a by keeping the engagement a secret as the most beautiful in Florida. Na- others, fruips, vegetables and produce was not far off
erence, while the sister might wonder bright and pleasant home, and gave to until after the nuptials were consum- ture has done her full s-are in the mat- of all kind% They -will also engage in Everything possible was done to re-
that so much care was given to matters dpath a poor triumph over a human matpd. ter of location, soil and climate, and it a general, )rokerage and commission lieve his sufferings, but nothing availed
that occupied to-day while to-morrow reck. On New Year's eve .when the" The ceremony was performed by Rev. is now up to the people to finish the business. and at a little after 5 o'clock Tuesday
would be the same. darkness had almost closed the day -Sydney L. McCarty, of the Presbyterian woIk. The cap')l stock of the corporation morning he quietly passed away sur-
Of Lazarus it may fairly be said that a td the year, I went to the ceme- church, in his most impressive manner, 'he outlook for the future of Talla- is $10,000, ]divided into four hundred rounded by relatives and loved ones.
he shared the confluence oL each and t fry for the burial of an old resident and at the conclusion of the solemn hassee is more than usually bright shares of Wie par value of $25 each. Ten Jacob R. Cohen was 51 years of age
gave to each such advice as might both Q *the county, a man of large family words making them man and wife, the Next week the bios for enlarging the per cent. a; the capital is to be paid in lacking only a few days He was boru
restrain and encourage; and we now c mnecttoh, and having a name better happy couple received the hearty con- capitol will be opened. This will mark before th corporation is authorized to in Germanybut his parentscame to thi
that our Lord, perfect gentlemanras he known perhaps in the country than in gratulations of their friends, the beginning of a number of improve- transact lIi iness. The balance of the country and located at Savannah, Ga
was, contrasted the characteristics of t e city. It was the middle of Janu- The bride, who is the youngest. ments. Already there are two new stock is t4o e sold and paid for in cash, when he was only 1 year old. In th,
the sisters by intimating that there was y when there died at a place near daughter of Hon. W. A. Demilly, is one business blocks going up, the two Py- at such a% ime and in such a manner latter place he grew up and received
something more worthy of anxiety than. tbwn well known for its beauty a man of Tallahassee's deservedly popular tlian lodges are working together to as the di ;tors shall determine, liberal education.
were the necessities of daily life. And- jho was older by infirmities than by young ladies. She is charming and ac- secure the erection of a handsome, In 1877, he married Miss Rachel Wil-
we maybe sure that the visits of such ears; it might have been the influence complished, and possesses many lofty four-story castle hall, and soon trains 1 EON ACADEMY. liams, of this city, and they went to
a great guest were anticipated with %f the military life of long before, it traits of character that endear her to will be running into the capital city Leon A' demy is not only one of the live in Orlando, Fla., where he did bus-
more than ordinary pleasure and re- yight have been the leisure 'permitted all who know her. The groom is also over two new railroads. best schob in Florida, but has about iness quite successfully for a numblr
membered with more than ordinary ad- ,y a foreign pension that wasted his ,a very popular young man, who has In conversation with Governor Jen- the largest attendance of any school in of years. In 1879 they came to Talla-
vantage. abilitiess and weakened.his constitution, won the confidence and esteem of the nings yesterday morning, that gentle- a city ot this size. The enrollment hassee to live, and subsequently Mr
A great sorrow affecting all has come there were many who liked him, for he entire community. He is in the em- man stated that as soon as the enlarge- this year.. date has bce-n 200 and for Cohen succeeded in business his father-
upon the household. He to whom they Fas genial and pleasant It was al- ploy of the Carrabelle, Tallahassee & ment of the capital is finished, the cap- October t e average attendance was in-law, Col. R. S. Williams, who was
would have appealed, knowing that the post a month afterwards when Georgia Railroad, where he has made itol grounds wiuld be improved and 185. Foll wing is the honor roll for one of the loading merchants of the
appeal would be effectual, was absent, here was brought to our church many friends by his universal courtesy ,beautified. This is a natural inter- October: capital city.
and his friend Lazarus was sick unto cemetery a body to rest among and strict attention to business. ence, and the people should not wait Paulino$ Whitaker, Pattie Carter, Since then Mr. Cohen has served this
death. What now were the worries in- *is kindred. Years ago I knew Among those who witnessed the cer- until that work is done before they Mary Haye, Marion Alford, Howard city as Councilman and president of
cident to much serving? What were .,jim well, as I have partaken of. the emony were Miss Maude and Master start. Curiton, tubie Byrd, Laura Ulmer, the Young Men's Business League and!
the hopes and-expectations for a auller -.ospitality of his household; he and Archer Fenn, sister and brother of the "Tallahassee has a bright future," Kathleen I]emilly,- Helen Saxon, Mar- for a long time chairman of the Board
and higher life? The most assiduous his family justly enjoyed tne respect groom; Mr. Fenn, father of the groom; said Mr. D. B. Meginniss, one of our garet Pe4-ce, Louise Clark, Gertrude of Public Instruction for this county.
care of the one had been in vain, and And esteem of all who knew them. A Hon. W. A. Demilly and Miss Mattie gucassful business men. "More im- Booth, Eloise Mabry, Florrie Myers, In all these positions he was a fearless
the brightest thoughts of the other had littlee baby, .only ;' few weeks old, died- Demilly, father and sister of the bride; provenents are under way now than Arabelle opkins, Helen Carter, Min- advocate of what -he conceived to be
failed to comfort, for the brother so 0at one of our -missions in the March Mrs. A. B. Clarke and Misses Maude ever .before at one time, but we need nie Levy,(ean Montgomery, Walter right, had always held the esteem of
intimately associated with both had days, and I went to commit his body Epps and Elise Davis, cousins of the a. setTelass- sewerage system, good Averitt, 4enie Carter, Susie Cureton, those with whom he waas iated.
left them to unsatisfactory tasks and to the ground, a li.--e flower,fragile as bride. At 7.30 a reception was ten- te and.,more factories. When Edith Dar, Mary Gorman, Mary Cure- Tae funeral took, place rohis i-
to vain regrets, the earliest spring blossoms. And only dered the newly wedded couple. we ~eoire thaee Tallahassee will take ton, Mini Altford, Lula DeKeith, Sal- ie McCart street, an a-* -
And into the house of death the Lord ,a week later the Savior called to His For the present Mr. and. Mrs. Fenn rapid o-Wtdesorward and every man lie Lewi_ Alma re, Well. to .he Cpitery by one w th'-
..of life comes. But what avails it now? arms another little boy not yet two will make their home at the residence wi ils jtheiusts of the city at Laurie t r t the
AA few hours ago .,and the adding years old. A short life, but long enough of the groom's parents, but wil be favor, of such im- clar WW
, strength might have been revived. But ,for affection and grief. On the heart housekeeping about tli t i .~I '.- .. jenfa & u *t -a tt aia ee o m-
Lazarus was dead. The grave hell ;day there died one who had had a long cember, at the corner of Clinton and This is the opinion of a large ma- ley Gamrge, Harry Pearce.' them.
his body in its inexorable bondage, and (struggle with the great enemy. More McComb streets. The Tallahasseean jority of the people, but they will have The funeral services were conducted
the eyes were not yet sufficiently clear than once his recovery was considered joins their friends in extending con- to work together in order to accom- N REASONABLE MAN by he Masonic order, of which Mr. Co-
of the tears of sorrow to see far off the .impossible, but his wonderful energy gratulations and well wishes. plish results. imaginesthat a neglected cold can be hen was for a long term of years
vague reunion of the great hereafter., 'carried him through what would have A cured int day. The uncountable air- distinguished member. Quite a num-
At first it was only the hopeless re- been thought sufficient for a man in TOBACCO IN FLORIDA. WILL DIE TO-DAY. cells in the lungs are inflamed and the her of visiting Masons were in the city,
gret, "Lord, if Thou hadst been here,' robust health. He had always at heart Editor Tallahasseean-I have never Will Jones, the negro murderer, of throat ir s tender as an open sore. But and were also in ranks, to do honor te
my brother had not died." This was, and was working for the improvement yet seene in your paper any questions Madison county, will pay the penalty time ainq Alten's Lung Balsam will their departed brother.
the cominon theme on which the busy of the city, and his name is associated asked or answered directly, but I am of his crime to-day. The death warrant overconMi the cold and stave off con- These were honorary or citizen pall
worker and the higher aspirant could with one of the plans for procuring going to ask a few through its columns w-s issued by Governor Jennings Mon- sumptiort The cough will ease and the hearers: T. B. Byrd, G. W. Saxon, W
agree, for the sorrow of the one seemed greater railway facilities. Early in for information. Of course, to begin, day. lungs v1l be sound as a new dollar. I A. Rawls, W. C. Lewis, J. B. Whitfield
but the echo of the grief of the, May grief came upon a pleasant home I must say that I am wholly ignorant It will be remembered by readers of All druggists sell Allen's Lung Ba!'ain. and J. I. Demilly.
other, "Lord. if Thou hadst been near this city. A man who was known of agriculture as it is conducted in your the Tallahasseean that about a month Tihe lll-bearers (Masonic) were: W.
here my brother had not died." Agess wherever the military life of the portion of the country. T he cultiva- ago Jones killed a woman and two men INVITATIONS AI OUT. Mark'am, Prof. Buchholz, Dr.
have passed away, but we are standing State extends, yet better known tion of tobacco is something I wish to in Madison county. He became offend- Invitations have been sent out by v.:ynn, S. M. Waikcr, J. W. Collins
to-day close to tnat hom. of mourning.f and thoroughly esteemed here at inquire into, and this is something I ed at the woman because she refused to Mr. and SMrs. Chaddens E. Murphy, of and W. F. Armstrong.
Every generation has taken up the home, gave up at death's call understand very well the way it is con- have anything to do with him, and Macon,.th the marriag-: of their daugh- At the cete-y th. Masomic prayer
same plaint. Through every experi- the honors and duties of office, ducted nere in Connecticut We plant killed her and her husband. In trying ter, Mi' Elizabeth Thomas, to Mr. was 'ead by Cha;;i:tin S. M. *'rovence,
ence of earthly years, through every i,-e was for a long time a vestry- Havana seed, mostly, and the cost is to escape, he saw a man hunting in the Victor .-anklin Balke.m, of Tallahas- and the funeral s-.vice by ;. ;. Me-
event of human life is woven the sam, man and frequently a delegate to the about $150 per acre. For stable manure woods and shot him down. see. Tb event wil take place at 10.39. Griff. Then foliow -,d the giandl h-nors
regret or what might have been-a re- diocesan councils. The military gave $80;for cotton seed meal, $20;the re- Jones was arrested,and as the feeling a. m., oj Thursday, November 14, at' of the order, aft:-i whiii(-h Un:.rtaker
gret so often not only useless but honor to his memory at the burial, and mainder for hired help and incidentals, against him was intense, he was their rqfdence, 133 Forsyth street, Ma- Duncan's representative, Wi!liam 'ra-
harmful; it implies ignorance or care, though the day was dark and rainy, The yield is about one ton per acre,the brought to Tallabassee for safe keep- con, Ga.: torius, took charge of the v-ult anl
lessness on the part of human mean yet just as the body was lowered the average price 20 cents per pound. Will ing. He was taken back to Madison Miss urphey is one of Macon's most soon had it bricked over and ile. in
and indifference or hardness on th, sunlight broke through the clouds, and you kindly give me the cost per acre county on October 14 for trial in the popular .and accomplished young so-
part of God's providence. Probably, a bright ray rested on the flower-cover- in your section for the same kind of Circuit Court, and Was convicted of city ladies, while Mr. Balkcom is an ACCOMMODATIONS FOR \tL.
neither Martha nor A-ary ever mean ed coffin, and seemed to follow it as it tobacco, what the fertilizer is, the av- murder in the ir degree. Governor enterprising young druggist of this
it as such but it sounds lik descended, even as faith can follow the erage yield, and price per pound.--A Jennings issued the following death city. i Those who visit the State Fair at
an implied reproach upon wha redeemed soul to its rest in the king- Subscriber, Broad Brook, Conn. warrant on Monday, and by 2 o'clock Jackson.v.lle can be assured ,f ampih
might have been a preventable absence dom of God. We have referred the above letter murderer will have ex- T PED INTO LIVE COALS accommodations at reasonable rates.
And until we have learned a difficult: Nearly three months passed away, to Mr. E. Shutan, general business pated his crime on the gallows. The eWh- a chilP D IN bred m foot Members of the board on trale have
lesson it is hard to turn our thought and then one long a sufferer yielded his manager of the El Proved'. Cigar Fac- warrant reads: fWhet a child I burned E s of canvassed the city, and found a.- om
away from imagined possibilities mortal life. Non save those most in- tory, who is an expert on the subject. rat re i, ts W Es and r o n re i
Probably no life as it has advanced ni timate knew how great was his pain, "In the first place," h said, "the value Executive department, State of Flor- Jonesvi e VaN., "whoNe u r l e ati o s ose ha wili





ast. to me personally she was always glad ported Sumatra. and one, Will Jones, late of our said
.. .. .... ..g...m. waa convitetd of the crime of The following appointments have can go in and spend the day and re-


.. to receive me as their guest, and her "For the best results, our tobacco is .. degree and there- been de by Governor Jennings since turn at night home. Three or. four
And this is especially true when e death seems a personal loss as well as a planted and cultivated under sheds. murder in the first degree, and there- been de by Governor Jennings sice turn at night home. Three or. four
are grieving like that household n oss to the mission.. A week before I The shade protects it from the hot sun, upon by our salt court, the said Will our la. issue:r, of Pensacolathousand peopnot leave more than a
lovethany over broken friendships d left for the general convention, I buried and enables it to mature better. To- Jones was sentenced for said crime to A. Fisher, of Pensacola, to be no- every sand people or the ity o care thafor. a
love. Was everything done that wsthe body of one who was everybody's bacco grown in the sun is fit only for suffer the pains of death, by being tary ple.J. Goodsr the State at large thousand people not all coming on one foray,
POssible? Or did our very anxiety pVu- friend, as librarian of the University fillers, while that grown in the shade changed by the neck until he be dead, Ale.ic:J. Goods Melbourne, to Nbel noey stay four days; if thia
ent us from adopting the best course? Library she was pleasant to all. The produces wrappers. all of which, by an exemplification of tary pLutterloh, Cedar Rapids, to be ere true, the State at largely stay four would be a
If our loved one had not died! It s interests of the library seemed to be "The cost per acre for fertilizer is the record of said conviction and sen- E.notar Jy Lutterloh, Cedar Rapids, t o be were true, thee is ever one thou-
the implied rebellion of human aff- always uppermost in her mind, and from $50 to $75, according to soil and tence, which I have caused to be here- notary public for the State at largno and peomine all night in Jacksonville
tion against, the inevitable course Of though she had not been well for sev-. season. The cost for hired help and in- unto annexed, oth fully appear; JohA. Hannah, Bagdad, to e no- saduring thpeople fair, that would meain Jacksonville
ture. We have done what we belli- eral weeks, her death was unexpected cidentals will be about $25 per acre, Therefore, Willim S. Jennings, tary illic for the State at large. large sum of money to the would mean
-1Il to be for the best, not according to and came as a shock to alL making the total cost of the crop.range Governor of the State of Florida, co- Williams, Marianna, notary, large Board of monTrade as accommon
0ur judgment alone, but according o (Continued on 8th .) from $75 to $100 per acre. The yield mand you, that upon Friday, the 8th public daor the State at yet the Board of Therade al be a buccommo-
the knowledge and skill of those wpo under shade averages from 700 to 1,000 day of November, in the year of ourPOOR MILLIONAIRE reau o information located at or near
have made a study and a practice of pounds to the acre. This is worth to Lord one thousand no' lately starved in London because he the depot, where people can apply for
Physical laws. We have used every t- FOUND DEER WITH COWS. the farmer from 50 cents a pound up. one, between the hours of ten o'clock inth could ot digest his food. Early use of rooms. A large percentage of the peo-
tort, but without avail. The result s On last Saturday morning little Alle Cottonseed meal is the fertilizer gen- the forenoon and twoo'clock in the coulDr. Kgs New Life Pills would have p coming to the fair will come fro
Disappointment which it take ht- Stoutamire, son of J. D. Stoutamire, eraily in use. Shade tobacco is worth afternoon, within the walls of the pri saved. They strengthen the stwould radio miles, and sch persons
lan faith to prevent deepening to living near Jacksons Bluff, went into more than the sun product, and the on inour said county, or within the en-r saved They strengthen the for only one day. It
tn with the apparent it the long the woods about a mile from home to yield is much greater. yard of such prison in our said amph e appetite. Price 25c.Mone ac ready the largest agricultural ex
tion with the apparently uncertain toll some hogs belonging to his father, "Our yield tois not as large as Sub- county of Madison, agreeably to the appetite.Pri notcefled. Sold by all drugg is already the largest agricultura ex-
rane which makes each experience when to his surprise and amazement he scriber gives for Conencticut, but the twenty-nine hundred and foty-sixth If nour Sold by all and away the largest fair ever held
like an individual m terry. .... a~ ~~f ar namongr some cattle. tobacco is of finer quality and sells on section of the Revisedtatut o Mr. A. rawtord, a prominent cit- inrilds. The amusements are largely


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THE BILLS ALL ALLOWED


Old Confederate Soldiers


Granted


Pensions--Petitions Received.


The Board of County Commissioners
31eld their regular monthly meeting in
thbe clerk's office Tuesday, with Com-
.missioners L. C. Yaeger, chairman; W.
L. Moor, W. D. Stoutamire, E. C. Smith
.and W. J. Johnson present.
Minutes of last meeting read and ap-
proved.
The following accounts were examin-
ed and ordered paid. N warrants for the
several :amounts were drawn, signed
and sealed by the clerk, and counter-
signed by the chairman in open board:
County poor .... .... ........$100 50
Mrs. John T. Bradford, room for
pauper ............ .... .. 2 50
*C. W. Bryan, co. auditor .. .. 50 00
'G. "W. Hale, janitor ........" 20 00
'Tal. Lumber Co., armory .... 30 00
'Wight & Bro., drugs .. .. .... 1 10
'Tal. Water Works, water for
jail and court house ...... 14 00
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Ro4lerts, the lodge has lost a valuable
me ber, the community a good and
use ul citizen, and his family a loving
husband and an affectionate father.
PResolved, That we hereby tender to
the bereaved widow and son and
daughter our sincere sympathies in this
the r time of sorrow.
Resolved, That a page of our minutes
be dedicated to his memory, and that
th .lodge be draped in mourning for
thi ty days, and a copy of these resolu-
tiots be sent to the widow and a copy
fuirished the city papers for publica-
tio Respectfully submitted,
F. M. McIntosh, W. E. Lewis, John
F. Spears, committee.


Hall toasylum sylum at St. August. 4 50 P
-Jacob Moody, measuring and PREACHED GOOD SERMON.
posting road .............. 5 25
C. J. English, lumber.. ......9 9i Bu i Suffered from Cold-Personal and
A. L. Bentley, build. bridge .. 2 00 Other News
E. B. Manning, lumber .. .. .. 1 27
C. A. Bryan, clerk's fee...... 12 25 Chaires, Nov. 6.-- We all out here are
B. B. Wilson, error in account enjoying to the fullest extent Mr.
last month .............. 1 65 Fiuning's cane grinding. It would per-
0. Chaires, justice fees.. .. .. 2 02 hai be advisable for Mr. Fleming to
0. Chaires, witness fees J. P. ct. 1 00 geetothers to commence grinding also,
-I. A. Pearce, sheriff fees.. .. .. 5 25 elsg he will find his quantity of syrup
,I. M. Ponree, wit. fees, J. P. ct. 1 50 falf greatly below what he expected.
G'. W. Williams, con. fees .... 1 70 Bul he accords to all a hearty wel-
Jos. Duncan, coffin for pauper. 5 00 coie.
W. J. Joh'nson, road super ... 36 00 the last quarterly meeting of New'
W. L. Moor, committee work .. 4 40 Ho(e M. E. Church for this year was
W. A. Demilly, com. Tax Col...709 57 hel~ here Saturday and Sunday. Rev
W. A. Demilly, com. license .. 8 62 Mr; Householder is a forcible preach-
Red Front Grocery, mdse. poor. 2 70 er, and gave us some fine sermons,
R. A. Whitfield, licenses.. .. .. 3 60 thopigh suffering acutely from neural-
S. D. Hightower, supt. regist... 43 75 gia of the face. He preached his last
E. W. Clark, stationery ...... 4 25 serinon to a large and attentive con-
R. A.A. Whitfield, jur. and wit. gregation Sunday evening in his usu-
co. judge court .... ...... 4 50 al impressive manner.
Kathrine Atkinson, co. por .... 3 00 A r. and Mrs. Blake Cromartie, of
Tal. Drug Co., drugs ........ 1 30 Ll(d, were the guests during the quar-
Weekly Tallahasseean, printing terty meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Boyle-
and stationery.. .......... 7 00 stoi Saturday.
L. C. Yaeger, road implements 12 00 1r. and Mrs. Johi Cromartie, of Mic-
W. C. Rawls, build causeway .. 5 00cospkie, came down to quarterly meet-
T. J. Geddie & Son, lumber .... 4 53 ing Saturday, and were the guests of
R. A. Whitfield, co. judge fees.. 19 39 Pr(f. and Mrs. Woodberry.
-I. A. Pearce, sheriff fees ..... 55 40 l4r. Lyman Smith, Centreville's old-
-.. A. Pearce, feeding prisoners..134 20 est- and one of her most highly es-
B. F. Page, J. P... fees.... .. 3 88 teelned citizens, visited his step-daugh-
B. F. Page, wit fees, J. P. ct.. 2 00 ter Mrs. S. A. Cox, Saturday and at-
Old Confederate soldiers' applications ten-ed services
for pensions as follows: 0. A. Myers, ter. and Mrs. J. M. Cam, of Centre-
John W. Maxwell, G. W. smith and vil attended quarterly meeting, and
SPetit or Approved wete the guests of Mrs. W. T. Snipes,
Petition for change of road frh om als Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gramling, of
Crump's store to point near the estate Mitcosukie.
place building, on St. Augustine road, Mi cosukie. -
and the following committee appoint- ar. Clarence James and Miss Sallie
-ed: J. H. Humphreys, G. F. Smithson Ta .or, of Tallahassee, visited Miss
and A. S. Wells. Lola Smith Sunday and attended di-
Report of committee appointed to ex- vili services.
amine and report upon the different Mr. Holloway, of Tallahassee, spent
petitions made for the change of the Friday night here at Mrs. Smith's
Tallahassee and Jackson's Bluff road, boarding house.
near the Bradley place, was received, Messrs. Ernest Hines and Sam Smith,
read and deferred until relinquishment ofj loyd, spent Sunday in Chaires.
*of right of way could be obtained. Ir. and Mrs. C. T. Hancock, of Tal-
lablissee, were here last Friday col-
AN ENGLISH ATHOR WROT ldin rents and visiting friends.
AN ENGLISH AUTHOR WROTE: ^vcral knights of the grip were in
"No shade, no shine, no fruit, no the* village last week. From the fre-
flowers, no leaves-November." Many q(tncy of their visits here it is pre-
Americans would add no freedom from suited they find them profitable.
catarrh, which is so aggravated during Ars. Sam Chaires returned Monday
-this month that it becomes constantly froin a very pleasant visit to her sis-
troublesome. There is abundant proof ter,in Monticello.
that catarrh s a constitutional disease. Master David Chaires fell down last
It is -related to scrofula and consump- we k and cut an ugly gash on his head,
tion, being one of the wasting diseases. but' prompt attention being given the
Hood's Sarsaparilla has shown that wcivnd, it is healing up nicely.
-what is capable of eradicating scrofula M r. B. C. Williams made a flying bus-
completely cures catarrh ano taken in iss trip to Monticello Monday.
time prevents consumption. We can- uo ie city editor of the Tallahasseean,
not see how any sufferer can put off Mri Blanchard, visited Chaires last
taking 'this medicine, in view of the we-k in the interest of his paper.
widely published record of its radical tiss Mamie Snipes has lately re-
and permanent cures. It is undoubt- cei^ed a valuable present from her
edly America's Greatest medicine e for brother, consisting of ten volumes of
America's Greatest Disease-Catarrh. thefamous John E. Stoddard's lectures.
IN MEMORIATM. These books are'highly instructive and
IN MEMORIAM written in a beautiful style.
The following resolutions were SRme of our lady residents are pre-
adopted by Jackson Lodge, No. 1, F. pa ng fancy work, etc., to send to the
and A. M., November 4, 1901: Sta4e Fair. The men had better be-
Brother Thomas J. Roberts had from stir themselves, if they don't want to
an early age been identified with Leon be left in the rear. If Leon has made
'-ounty and Tallahassee business cir- no *appropriation, she should have an
cles. He began business in this county exhibit.
as a young man upon a large plantation one lady of Chaires has a good like-
-with only a few thousand dollars, nes' of President Roosevelt placed in a
which soon increased to more than com.picuous place, but since the Booker
double that amount. Since that time Washington incident she thinks of
he has been a farmer and merchant tur ing the picture to the wall.
with varying success up to the time of This Observer has observed that a
his death. dole dose of the same kind of medi-
He affiliated with Jackson Lodge, No. cine seldom proves beneficial, but it is
1. F. and A. M., June 6, 1870, having holed if a delayed letter from her also
alemitted from Centrevlle Lodge, No. appears this week it will not be at
18, F. and A. M., and was a true and tensed with fatal results to any of the
consistent member up to September 6, Chiiresites. It is passing strange that
1901, the day of his death. in te short distance between here and
Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Tagahasse a letter should not reach its
-.. dstpiation the same day.


l meng for the year will convene here
Saturday and Sunday. Many visitors
are: expected to attend.
I"iss Hennie Chaires and "H!aster
11 __ a- -.:m a''B I ^** W lace Quarterman of Tallahassee,


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the News.


Woodville, Nov. 6.-Mr. John Moody
and Mr. W. A. Register are making up
syrup, and young folks are enjoying
their visits to these places, as they al-
ways do at cane grindings.
Mr. H. G. Lewis will commence to
grind to-day. Mr. J. L. Robinson's
family and Doc. Page's family returned
from the coast a few days ago.
Mr. Messer was here a few (lays ago
in the interest of Covington & Co., of
Jacksonville.
Miss Hattie Oder. of Jefferson county,
is stopping with Mr. E. D. Rhoads.
Mr. Edwards, of Liberty county,
spent several days in our midst pros-
pecting, with a view of buying land and
settling here. He got prices on several
places before leaving. He left pleased
with what he saw.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goehagen were
made happy a few days ago by the ar-
rival of a baby boy at their home.
Since the rain last Sunday our farm-
ers have put up their seed cane.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Revel lost their
youngest child (Truman) last Sunday.
It was buried Monday at the Baptist
church. We sympathize with the be-
reaved ones.
Mr. Roscoe Snipes was down here
yesterday in the interests of Spring-
fellow Bros. & Co., of Jacksonville.
Mr. Baker, representing Baker &
Holmes, of Jacksonville, was in our
town to-day.
Mrs. B. F. Isler, of Bradfordville, is
spending a few days here with her pa-
rents. She will leave for her home to-
morrow.
Mr. Ban Clemons has accepted a po-
sition with Mr. H. G. Lewis as clerk
in his store.
The Brooks-Davidson Lumber Co.
are sawing,- dressing and shipping lum-
ber every day. They hustle the lumber
off in a hurry and are always obliging
and ready- to wait on their patrons and
friends.

TEACHERS' EXAMINATION,
By virtue of the authority vested in
me by Section 20, Chapter 4192, Laws of
Florida, it is hereoy ordered that an
examination of teachers shall be -held
in the manner prescribed by law in the
various counties of the State of Flor-
ida, beginning on Tuesday, the 26th
day of November, 1901, which examina-
tion is mandatory in every county of
the State in which one or more teach-
ers are employed who hold temporary
certificates; in other counties the ex-
amination is optional.
County Superintendents will imme-
diately give notice of the time and
place of the examination, and of the
fact that the questions widl be based
upon the same texts as were used for
the September examination-giving
particular notice to every holder of a
temporary certificate-see that all ne-
cessary preliminary arrangements are
made, and advise me promptly of the


diminishes the pain accompanying matern-
ity. With its aid mothers can bring l althy
Iabies, sweet dispositioned b.bicssard ideal
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this week from Alabama, whom she
had not seen in several years.
Mr. S. Dawkins, of Jefferson, passed
through Chaires Tuesday afternoon,
and stopped a few hours with his cous-
in, Mrs. Smith.
A new store has been opened recently
by Mr. Bob Ferrell, and another will be
opened in a few days by Mr. Boland
If competition is the life of trade, It
will certainly be lively.
Mr. Josh Duncan is ill with pneu-
monia in Tallahassee, where he is re-
ceiving medical attention.
Mr. Fleming has commenced to grind
cane, he being the first out this way.
With cane grinding and hog killing
time in view, we can sing of the "good
time coming."
Mrs. C. J. English and Mrs. Hanks
drove over to the village Wednesday
afternoon to "visit friends.
Mr. \v lliams and his "better half"
are spending to-day in Tallahassee.
Last week a disabled tramp appear-
ed here, who said he was from Tampa,
where he got his leg broken in build-
ing.. He was thinly clad, and when he
got to Mr. Brown's on the St. August-
ine road, complained of being sick. Mr.
Brown acted the part of the good Sam-
aritan and took him in and gave him
every attention until Saturday, when
he died. At first he would not divulge
his name, but later said it was John-
son.
NEWS AT WOODVILLE.
Cane Grindings Are the Rage Now-All


their knowledge in tea or coffee, and T. ( VT" A V r


1901.


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FRIDAY.


number of sets of examination ques-
tions of each grade that will be requir-
ed.
All teachers not holding regular cer-
ificates, granted in accordance with law
upon regular uniform examination, are
hereby put upon notice that by statu-
tory provision all temporary certifi-
cates can not be re-issued; contracts
based upon them expire with the certi-
ficates, and no service in the public
schools can be paid for unless the
teacher shall hold a regular certificate
legally granted upon examination.
WM. N. SHEATS,
State Supt. Public Instruction.
When wear begins to exceed repair
in your body you are going to fall sick.
The signs of it are: Loss of flesh, pale-
ness, weakness, nervousness, etc. The
repair needed is food. You think you
eat enough, and yet you feel that you
wear out more tissue, energy, nerve-,
force, than your food makes for you.
The difficulty is that you do not digest
enough. And this is so serious it is
worth sitting down seriously to think
about. If you can't digest what you eat,
take a few doses of Shaker Digestive
Cordial. The effect of it will be to in-
crease your flesu and make you feel
stronger. You won t fall sick. Proof
that it is in control of your repair ap-
rn-tio Tt'a POV Aftnou h to test this


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There is nothing like Atihnia'e:,. It ,ri,,-
stunt relief. even in the worst .se : It;,..,, 'ar L
all else fa Is.
The Rev C. F WELLfS, of Villa ,
sa,-s: "Your trial bottle of AstlinltIi, r.. .*
go-l condition. I cannot, tel Vou h.ow -t. alli
leel for the good derived from it I % .a.
chain d with putrid sore thro-it anl A., .I na elf
years I d(spaired of ever bein- cmredl i -w r
advertisement for the care ,fA thi ,I i 'i r iul'
tormenting diea-e, \sthima. ail thi'u-lit vu
ov-erpokeii yours lyves, but re -o vul t,i "iSy
trial To my a-tonishm:nt, th. trial etl ,-I
chirm. Send me a full size Ibottle.'



Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler.
Rabbi of the Cong. Bnal Israel, i


WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.


para. L us. s. o e.byj gLtrI*( f b *S. b
for yourself. Take a few bottles of NEW Yo)R,.jan. ::.
Shaker Digestive Cordial. DRS. TAFT BRos. MEDICINE CO. :
Sold by druggists at i0 cents to $1.00 e shaln
per bottle. Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene is an elxcli
Remedy lor kthma and lHa, Fever, andl it,.-.
sitio., alleviates all troubles which (coliliitei
THE LEON COUNTY NEGRO. _Asthma. Its success is astonishing and w, ,nle
Notwithstanding the large number of Aster having it carefully analyzed wu' e ne
people in town last Saturday, the day that Asthmalene contains no opium, brp
chloroform or ether. Very truly your-".
was an extremely quiet one. It is es- t "ly .
timated that fully 2,000 people come to eU PRev. Dr. MORRIS WECH.LE,
Tallahassee every Saturday to do theirMa
trading. Nearly all these are negroes,
and yet it is seldom that a disturbance AvoN SPRINGS, N. Y., Feb. 1, 190o
of any kind occurs, although there are Dm. TAFT r rE. 1EDICINECCO. :
six saloons in the place. Gentlemen: write this testimonial from a sen-e of duty, having tested the wonderful e'
six saloons in the place. of your Asthmalctie, for the cure of Asthma My wife has been afflicted with spasminlic ftls'
As a general rule, the colored people for the past 12 years. leaving exhausted my own skill, as well as many others. I chancel t'i-
who come to Tallahassee are sober and your sgn uiim i <4ir win'lou. on 130th street, New York, I at once obtained a bottle of AItl.
industrious. They purchase necessary I'-ine. My wife enmence-d taking it about the fr,t of November. I very soon noticed a ria
ri ey purchase necnprove-iwiit. 4tcr u..-w oic little her Asthmai has disapiaredt and she is entirely fre-
supplies, have a good time, and gen r- ;l, symptonls. I vel that I can consist -ntly recommend th. medicine to all who are a lht
ally go h-orae sober. There is no bois- with Il di-tre -Ig di.L-a-;e.
terous, loud-mouthed talking, no ruf- Yours reslsctfully, 0. D. PIILPS, 3M. ;
fianism. Strangers cominiiig to Talla-
hassee are surprised at the absence o, 0i. TAIT B..)s ,-I:I.;: Feb ,\ .- ,1-
rowdyism, and never fail to conuhCent (;<-nthlmen: wasitroul,leI with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous reimei ie
on it. t1hey havte all failtl. I ran ;. r'-s your advertisemeniit and star~tel with a trial bottle. i f
('OliCCihe* li t at <;-e. I hli 'e sjitcc- piiciia-ei your full-s z bottle. and I am ever grateful. I fav. ,
It is generally conceded that L r i ,il trei. ii fr six year, was unable to work. I am now in the be.t of health a
county has the best class ef negro vii- doi:: g b'.-i:e.s evry day. Ihis -te-noimonyyoucan nake such u.seof as you see fit
izens to Ie found iiin iorida, or any Hlome addi., 23.-5 iivington .treet. S. RAPHAEL.
other place in the South. There na.6 a 6 Eastl'29t1h St., New Yorkci
number of good farmers among them. TRIAL BOrT.E SENT AO R O O
and while occasionally one comes toT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON REEIPT OF POST
town and gets too much bau whiskey
aboard, as a rule they remain sober Do not'dey. Write at once. addressing Dr. TAFT BROS. MEDICINE .
and quietly attend to their own bus- 7. East 130dJ it., N. Y. City.
iness. -

SEVE N oers SI IE ui e Sold by all Druggists.
"Will wonders ever cease?" inquire 1
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law- .-.
rence, Kan. They knew she had been W. N. TA*YLOR. Wx. CHILD.
unable to leave her bed in seven years (
on account of kidney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration and general debil-
ity; but "three bottles of Electric Bit- TAYLORCHILD
ters enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months I felt like a new I
person." Women suffering from head- Arcitects and Builders.
ache, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy
spells will find it a priceless blessing.
Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed by all Plan an
druggists. Only 50c. ill P lan and
GEORGIA STATE FAIR. rfrhleu
On account of the Georgia State Fair ri .
the Seaboard Air Line Railway wil W o All k ds f
sell round trip tickets from Tallahas- Al l nd
see to Savannah for $7.75, plus 50 cts., buildings
which includes one admission to the Manufactu Qers planned and
Fair Grounds. Tickets will be sold Of all kind% of
Nov. 4th to 15th inclusive, limited to Constructed
continuous passage in each direction, rough aild according t
with final limit Nov. 18th. dressed In m- the b
the latest ap
THE HOME GOLD CURE. ber, mou proved
ings, staiR a
rangS, L St^ &Inmethods.
An Ingenious Treatment Dy Which rails,balmsih rs,
Drunkards are Being Cured Daily porch columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable orna-
in Spite of Themselves. ments, and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,

Lime and( ement for sale.
No Noxious Doses. No Weakening of
the Nerves. A Pleasant and Posi- A 1 O1 __
tive Cure for the Liquor Habit. A ll or ies will receive Irompt attention.

It is now generally known and We Guaran e Our Work to be First-Class in Every Particular
understood that Drunkenness is a dis-, Price Reasonable
ease and not weakness. A body filled rICs Reasonable.
with poison and nerves completely
shattered by periodical or constant use Office, Shor and Lumber Yard, on Sea Board Air Line, on
of intoxicating liquors, requires an o
antidote capable of neutralizing and lot south of county jail.
eradicating this poison, and destroy- Phone 87
ing the craving for intoxicants. Suf- one 87 P. 0, BOX 14
ferers may now cure themselves at --
home without publicity or loss of time Hardware, Hardware, Crockeryware.
from .business by this wonderful
"HOME GOLD CURE," which has
been perfected after many years of
close study and treatment of inebri-
ates. The faithful rise according to
directions of this wonderful discovery
is positively guaranteed to cure the N
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thou-
sands of drunkards into sober, in-
dustrious aid upright men.
WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS!! S
CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS!
This remedy is in no sense a nostrum,
but is a specific for this disease only,
and is so skillfully devised and pre--
pared that it is thoroughly soluble and *"
pleasant to the taste, so that it can be
given in a cup of tea or coffee with- -
out the knowledge of the person tak- ril, line o Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. A full line of Wagon Mate-
cured themselves with this priceless Pipe Fittings, sector., Inspirator, whiste, Steam Gauges, Ohck and GlobOP
remedy, and as many more have been Valves. Also full line of Rubber and Leathr Belting, Lace Leather, et
cured and made temperate men by Hooks and Steamn Packing A full line of Harne and HBrnlt Laes Leather. Cel
having the "CURE" administered by rated Chastaiboga Cane Mills, all sizes. Call n I
loving friends and relatives without


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CAUGHT ON THE WlNG


BRIEF NEWS NOTES FROM THE
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FLASHES FROM THE j WIRE
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American people, "as much as is the
hero of Santiago.

President Roosevelt has decided to
attend the South Carolina Inter-State
and West Indian Exposition,at Charles-
ton, on February 12.

Italy has sent a second division of
her Mediterranean fleet to Turkish
waters, to counter-balance the French
naval demonstration.

Weary women need an occasional
dose of Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Med-
icine to strengthen their nerves and in-
vigorate their systems.

Mrs. Mary Wasaington, honorary
State regent of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, died Saturday at
her home in Macon, Ga.

Temporary derangement of digestion
through overwork, worry or emotional
excitement are quickly rectified by Dr.
M. A. Simmons' Liver Medicine.


A negro whose name has -not been
ascertaintd, was burned at 4he stake
in Perry 'county, Miss., Saiu iay.

The railroad connecting. Moscow
with adisvostek has been +mpleted,
the last rail having been laihj tuesday.
France and Italy are sending their
fleets to Turkish waters, their latter to
counterbalance the influence #f the for-
mer.

Fast mail service between the Pacific
coast and the Orient is being urged. A
line of ocean greyhounds mn(y soon be
put on. !
Destructve forest fires have been rag-
ing for several days in Mispourl near
poplar Bluff. Much damage has al-
ready been done.
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President Roosevelt will i visit the
South Carolina Exposition 4t Charles-
ton, on Wednesday, February 12-
Lincoln's birthday.

Admiral Dewey says thatjthe Schley
Court ol Inquiry is on triat before the
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DO YOU GET UP

WITH ALAMIBACK?

lidney Trouble Makes Yoj Miserable.
d
Almost everybody who resls the news-
papers is sure to know of t e wonderful
cures nmde by Dr.
I Kimer's swamp-Root,
I the great dney, liver
I I. and blader remedy.
4 T_ It is the great medl-
cal triumph of the nine-
Steenth century dis-
...- covered after years of
A' ent earch by
Dr. Kibyer, the emi-
I nent kidney and blad-
der spealist, and is
wonderfully successful in p=mptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, ric acid. trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, wbfh is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rrt. is not rec-
ommended for everything but f you have kid-
ney, liver or bladder trouble i will be found
just the remedy you need. It as been tested
in so many ways, in hospital ork, in private
practice, among the helpless o poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved $ successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all read rs of this paper
who have not already tried it may have a
sample bottle sent free by m il, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Rot and how to
find c,':t if you have kidney orpladder trouble.
When writing mention read this generous
offer in this paper and. .
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer& Co.,Bing-
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and aHoyeo ampRo
dollar sizes are sold by all g6od druggists.


gua.

Mgr. Sharetti, whom the Pope has
appointed apostolic delegate extraor-
dinary to the Philippines, has issued
his farewell address to the diocese of
Havana.

P. H. Fitzgerald, of Indianapolis,
Ind., the founder of Fitzgerald, Ga.,
has secured a charter to 40,000 acres of
land in Oklahoma, and will open it up
to settlement.

The Board of Naval Constructors re-
commends the construction of forty
new. vesesls of war, over and above the
four big warships authorized by the
last Congress.

Members of the Board of Trade and
Transportation have issued a call for a
special meeting to consider commer-
cial reciprocity. The meeting was held
held in New York.

In a recent engagement between the
British and Boers, the latter were forc-
ed to retire after fighting two days
and nights. Their losses are estimated
at between 300 and 400. The British
also lost heavily.

Hon. Luke E. Wright senior member
of the Philippine Commission after
Gov. Taft, has been appointed vice-
governor of the islands, to meet just
such emergency as has arisen through
the present indisposition of the civil
governor.

Experience has taught us that this
is a hard climate on rubber goods. To
insure a fresh stock we buy direct
from the factory and in quantities no
larger than we can sell in a reasonable
time. We have just received a lot of
atomizers, syringes, nipples, hot water
bags, etc. The.1 allahassee Drug Co.

James Creelman, the newspaper cor-
respondent, has written a book "On the
Great Highway," in which he says that
McKinley's one ambition wap to be
president of the whole people. He also
says that the late President will live
in history as "McKinley, the Forgiv-
ing:"

Pitt's Carminative aids digestion,
regulates the bowels, cures Cholera In-
fantum, Cholera Morbus,, Dysentery,
Pains, Griping, Flatulent Colic, Unnat-
ural Drains from tne Bowels, and all
diseases incident to teething children.
For all summer complaints it is a spe-
cific. IP-'fectly harmless and free from
injurious drugs and chemicals.

Lake Weir has four or five car-loads
of oranges ripe and nearly ready for
shipment It will not be long before
Marion county will be well to the front
again and lead the State's procession


KEMPER STABLES

The undersigi'ed, having assumed charge of the Kempei
Stables, solicits tht patronage of his friends and the public,
generally.


Fine $tock,
Fa


cy Turnouts


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Courteous Attenion Combined with Liberal Treatment
Will be, our claim upon the public for patronage.
Careful attention given to winter visitors and hunt-
ing parties. *

R. J. BANNERMAN,
S -M'T-n sge.z%


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Real' Estate Agency,
TA T.AT FF A Si, FLORIDA.

200,000 acres o Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wesw
Florida, in tracts r ig from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres~'
at reasonable prices; according to timber, location, etc.
I- 2 -L......L D., ATAh,, -wA m, .ln] T ia nms .na


TALLA RASSEEAN:


FRIDAY.! NOVEMBER S.


in the shipment of citrus fruits both as'
regards quantity and quality.--Gaines-
ville Sun.

There is probably no disease more
distressing and annoying than piles.
'FABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT-
MENT is daily curing cases of year's
standing of itching and bleeding piles.
The cure begins on the first application,
a little perseverance makes the cure
complete. Price 50 rents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents. Wight & Bro.


seean Readers. !


The argument in the Schley inquiry
coImnmenced Monday afternoon

The Philippine Commission js draft-
ing an act against treason atd sedi-
tion in the islands.

Turkey has yielded to France, and
will pay the indemnity claim, against
the.Ottomnan empire.


"There are still plenty left in the
State and the winter shipments will be
large. The fall crop has been first
rate."

A RAGING, ROARING FLOOD
washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ia., had to re-
pair. "Standing waist deep in iey wa-
ter," he writes, "gave me a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally, the best doctors in Oakland,
Neb:, Sioux City and Omaha said I had
consumption and could not live. Then
I began using Dr. King's New Discov-
ery and was wholly cured bi six bot-
tles." Positively guaranteed for coughs,
colds and all throat and lung troubles
by all druggists. Price 50c.

FLOOD WATERS ON STREAMS.
The growing demand for waterpower
in all parts of the country and for in-
formation of all kinds bearing upon
the subject has recently led the United
States Geological Survey through Its
11vIanmio n f UvAwd wamw *, tmai a


S-

No Time .to Lose
You cannot afford to disregard
the warnings of a weak and
diseased heart and put off tak-
ing the prescription of the
world's greatest authority on
heart and nervous disorders-

l Heart Cure,

If your heart palpitates, flutters,
or you are short of breath, have
smothering spells, pain in left
side, shoulder or arm, you have
heart trouble and are liable to
drop dead any moment.
Major J. W. Woodcock, one of the
lest known oil o|erators in the coun-
try (Irnppel ie:iad froi heart li.naaso
recently, at hi-, horre in Port land. Ind.,
while mowing his lawn.--ThU Prsas.
Mrs. M. A. Birdsall, Watkins, N. Y,
whose portrait heads this advertise-
ment, says: "I write this throrcih grat-
itude for benefits I received from D)r.
Miles' Heart Cure. I had palpitation
of the heart, severe pains under the


SS Edward S. Stokes the man who killed
Wu Triig Fapg, the Chineseminister James Fisk, Jr., in 1872. died Saturday
to this country, has been recalled for afternoon, in New York city, at. the
the puriosec oi humiliation. j home of his sister, Mrs. McNutt.

The (ons.olidlated Liquid A ir Com- The newest and the best assortment
pany. -ith u. capital of $1,00,000, has of wedding silverware ever brought to
been incorporated in New Yor the city, just arrived at Sweeting's.
Don't forget the place.
Prescelnt Roosevelt has issue ;d a pro- Nicaragua has terminated the treaty
claniation designating Thu lay, No- under which the United States was em-
vember 26 as Thanksgiving Ilay. powered to construct, an interoceanic
canal across the territory of Nicara-


Choice Vegetables

always bring high p rwces.

To raise them sucss-

fully, a fertilizer .on-

taining at least '18 %

Potash should be used.


No.


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ITATR?
Section 33, Chspter 4110, Lim a
of Trjuiia,(1393i


Showing the amount )f taxes charredto the
Trx Collector of Leon county, Florida, to bi
c 0loc'ed for the current year 1900, and tte
apportionment of the same to the severIa
ftnds for which *-uch taxss have been levied
Igludinir poll tad with county gehool fund.
Total tax for year 900. Including
(Poll tax (1900)............ .. -$24,99200
A 't collected and paid to Oct.
3,. 1901 .............. ...... 24,992 09
APPORTIONMENNT.
general revenue... ............... 7.301 86
Amount collected and paid to t ct.
S ,23. 1901........................ 7,301.86
^nes, forfeitures................... 2,808 21
amount collectedd and paid to Oct.
k 2;, 9W ..... .............. 2,80821
ildges. culverts., etc....... 2.246 67
minoua.t colleoted and paidU to Oct.
: il .......... ..... 2.24667
Qnunt.v Schools. including c... 12,635 36
Amount collected anid laid j Oct.
S3. 1901........... .......... 12,83. 35
Att.tl: CorNCl. A. BRYAN.
1- Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Florida.

"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and find
t to be a great medicine," says Mr. E.
4. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. "It cured me
!of bloody flux. I cannot speak too high-
ky of it." This remedy always wins the
good opinion, if not praise, of those
I who use it. The quick cures which it
effects even in the most severe cases
1 make it a favorite everywhere. For sale
by Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-
ers.


-- -.Abwvm All MIMT41 .4basmiksib A---.-- i --


The Rev. Sam Jones, of Georgia, he
of evangelistic fame, favors cutting
off all pensions to Confederate soldiers.
Probably the Rev. Sam would have
this money donated to his private "or-,
phan's home," or sent to the neathen
Chinee, but for our part we would ra-
ther pay taxes to assist the needy
old Confederate soldiers than for any'
other purpose we know of.-Gainesville
Sun.
THE ORANGE OUTLOOK.
"What is the outlook for oranges on
the Gulf coast?" The question was.
addressed to Walter Hawkins, general
agent of the Central of Georgia Rail-
way and Ocean Steamship Company,
on his return yesterday from a trip of
eight or ten days to !Tampa, St. Peters-
burg,Arcadia and other points through-
out a large section of the Manatee
country and Hillsborough county, says
the Jacksonville Times-Union and Cit-
izen.
"My observation,'" replied Mr. Hawk-
ins, "is that conditions throughout
South Florida are. most gratifying-
that the orange crop will be much larg-
er this year than last, and that the
quality of the fruit will be decidedly
superior.
"Yes. I have traveled through a
large part of the orange growing re-
gion ana I have personally seen many
of the groves and talked with both
the growers and the dealers."
"What will the crop total?"
"It will aggregate 1,200,000 boxes.
bore have estimated that it will be as
high as 1,500,000. The figure I have
named is conservative and it will be
reached. The other figure is too high.
"But ,he country is prospering-I
have never seen conditions in South
Florida, even before the freeze, more
cheerful and encouraging. Many people
have come to this region since the
freeze from the northern part of the
State, and they have acquired small
groves which haVe enlarged, so that
the orange growing acreage is increas-
ing each year. What were a few years
ago small and insignificant groves are
rapiulybecoming large and important.
Meanwhile the people have been suc-
cessfully raising other fruit and vege-
tables and cattle, and now the new
trees are beginning to bear.
"Some of these south Florida towns
would astonish you with their evi-
dences of prosperity. Of these Arcadia
is a notable example--a beautiful town
with rock-paved streets, handsome
brick stores and a school building that
would do credit to a much larger town.
'In my judgment, the orange crop of
Hillsboro, Manatee and DeSoto coun-
ties will amount to 750,000 boxes. There
is a good crop in Lee county, too.
"But the growers will have a great
advantage in the fruit this year. Many
groves that had from 50 to 75 per cent.
of russets last year will not have more
than 15 to 20 per cent. this year. I
saw magnificent fruit in this country
around St. Petersburg, Wauchula and
Arcadia. All the fruit seems well ma-
tured, the color is good and the number
of 'brights' will be greater than it has
been in years. I saw a lot of fine grape-
fruit"
"How many oranges have been
shipped ?'
"We have just had advices of a car-
load shipped from the Manatee section
yesterday. It goes to Burlington Ia.
The movement, however, has scarcely
begun in earnest yet, and will not be-
fore the 1st of November. I suppose
that between five and ten cars have al-
ready been shipped. The principal ac-
tivity now is in handling the boxes
which are being brought to the
groves."
"What about the prices?"
"A larger number of oranges will be
sold on the trees this year than here-
tofore. They are bringing on the trees
from $1 to $1.10 and $1.15-that is, they
net that sum to the producer.
"The crop on the east coast, in the
Indian River region, is said to be good
and the quality fine. I am unable,
though, to hazard a guess as to the
number of boxes. The Indian River
oranges are of course the most famous
in the world, and they are always in
demand at good prices. I understand
that E. P. Porcher, who is one of the
largest growers, has a very fine crop.
Orange county will have a good crop."
"What about pineapples?"


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HAS. M. AUSLEY, M. D.
PHYSI :IAN AND SURGEON,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

Office over M.-ginniss' Store.
Calls answered promptly night and day.
Phone 110.. 2:- G6m
)ft. B. M. BRIVAIJD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ALLAHASS, FLORIDA.
l4-6m.

S O. W. WALK ER
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ATTORNEY-AT-! AW.
Office over Capital City Bank.
IALLAhASSEE, FLORIDA.
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ItitED T. MYElKz.

A'"I'O RNEY A''T LAW,
PALLAAA&'iEE. FLORIDA.

V E. LEWIS,. DENTIST.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

graduate 1894, University Maryland
Balimnore; Post Graduate 1893,
Ifasko11 School Clicago.

?W" Preservation of Natural Teeth,
told Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
'lates a Specialty. Gas administered.
1-ly

J. H. WTT.T.TAMS,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,


left shoulder, and my general health I
was miserable. A few hotLies of Dr.
Miles'leart Cure cured me entirely.
Sold by all Druggists.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.

To remove a troublesome corn or;
bunion: -'irst soak the corn or bunion4
in warm water to soften it, then pare
it uown as closely as possible without;
drawing blood and apply Chamber.
lain's Pain Balm twice daily; rubbinI
vigorously for five minutes at each ap,
plication. A corn plaster should bt
worn for a few days, to protect it frobt
the shoe. As a general liniment fo
sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumt
atism, Paini Balm is unequaled. For
sale by Wight & Bro. and all medicine
dealers.

A N ORDINANCE
Levyirin a t.x for the (fetrr .1 x1,-wnu
t of Talla a-ss.'-. Florida, for the Y;ir
1902.
Be it ordained bny the City Council of thie C(y
TrhltLtUmec. Florida:
Section 1. 'that nine and one-quarter (Q'ij)
mills be levied upon ali taxable property within
the (orpor.'e limits o0 the ity of '1 allaha ,tc.,
Florida. tor the Gceneral Expenses of the I ,y
Govenmt.Lnt ior the year nineteen h:ait-
dredt and two (1Xr2)'; Provided. hor
ever. That the levy of the above thu.
in so far as the same is to pay the expenses of
lighting the city shall I ot be taken as indic-
ting any purio.e to u-e gLs for atty partulsmtr
time and -hall not. in any wise, affect the right
of the city to stop using ea- at any time.
Fas-ed City Council october 24. 11)01.
(signed) F. W *kNSTKONoG.
President City ouneii
Approved:
(Sgned) t. BR GoRMAN,
Mayor.
October 25, 1901. o
Atte-t: A. H. WILLIAMS. l
'35U 4t City Chlrk.
4-
An Ordinance Levying a Special -tax
for Water and Fire Protection.
Be it ordirwl n b the City councill# of the" Cit of
Talbdta'lie-. Flewna :
Section 1. rhat thrc and one half (.c;)
-i ;s ih It-vite iit-n nial tax:tble i rp ,tv wvitjiin
the (corporate iim:t- Florida. ;or Wuatr ,nil Fin' I're rtetiont for he
year nine-teen taundre -i unal two 1f iM2).
Passed City Couincil t ciolr -r2.l 1 .
(Sirg el) F. W. RPasrtR-O.:
l'r-si. lent C ity Council.
API roved :
(sigtiid) It i1 (;o,.'(M V.
Mayor.
Octolcr 25-, I.Mayorl..
Attest: A. I, WILLIAM,
35-4t (ity Clerk.

Notice for Publication.
EI'AtrTMENT OF Til' INTERIOR. *ND
Offlie at (.ine-ville. Khia, O(ntober 7, !m)l.
Notice is herehy given that ttie Iolloui itg itine d
settler ha- filet i ntite of hi-; iitentiou to aipake
tinal proof in support of his claim, and thsai ,
prool will be made I before 'lerk Circuit court
at TaHatlahsee, I'la.. on Nov. 16. 1901lvi.z:
Stamiiel I t Hartsfie-ld o 'allahas-ec. VIl lid.
.-I79.), for the lots :1 n 4. Sec. 2, Tp. .,
It. 1 I Hv nai- is thl. following witne$,s to
pr've his (eontimtious 'e-idcniice U|on and .ailti-
vationofsail land, viz: William D. A'|r,'a'o'
of Tillalia--ee, F:a. ; Robert (;ray of Tallahus-ve,
H]a. ; James R. I1Ct'VUy' of 'i'lllathl9see, y"la. ;
William E. ray of I'nl!:aha.es. Fla.
34-4L W. G. RoaBISON, Regiy'er.



SA MTAOC1 MA


Repairs all kinds of Household articles ol
everyday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchels. Locks.
Key. Fastenings. Ouns, Pistols, Shootinr Out-
t3. Umbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing Ma-
lnines. Shop on Jefferson Street. near New
City Market. Work done on short notice, and
at low orices. 36-tf


J. F. HILL,

Gent's Furnishing Goods,

NEWS + EMPORIUM
and'
CIGAR STORE
Monroe Street. opposite St. James


ect


stock of Gent's Furnishings.
Full stock of Stationery,


Latest Lines of Readable Books,
SCHOOL BOOKS, Leading Maga.
zires, Periodicals and Daily Pa-
pers, always on hand.


Choice line of Cigars and Tobacco"


DEGUIATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
N Cleanses the System, Purities the Blood,

CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
Weak Stomach and Impaired 0igestion.

Every Bottle Garanteed to Se Satistfai3n.
x AXma3 33oTPI'EZa, fiW ^TC.)XFos3.
Pric-, -0 Coirfos.

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SALE STABLES,
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S:BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.:
SIADDrLE HORSES.

Patronage solicited
Satisfaction (iuarant(ed.

RtL-pctfu lly,
W. C. TULLY, Proprietor.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE.
Six months after the final publi-
cation hereof, I will present my final
accounts and vouchers to the County
Judges of Leon County, Florida, .-nr
ask to be discharged as executrix
the estate of William Cooper. of _-'or
County, Florida, deceased.
MARY COOPER.
dxecutrix.
May. 9, 190L 11-.m
Notice.
Creditors, legatees, distribuktee, asdl 'all per-
sons having claims or demands against the es-
tate of Thomas J. Robert., dtceased, are tereby
notified that they must present them within two
years from this'the the third (ay of October,
1901, to
Wll LIAM RcBuis.
Administrator of the Ebtate of Thomas J_
Roberts. 3T2- 8t
T. 5. E. Railroad


Wi rqt a peasenger train every
week except Sunday.
Schedule effective Aoril 1. 1901.


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Notice to Co actrs.
TAu.AnA l. Vl, Oc. 1, 1901.
The Capitol CommIeon ppoated to make
additions and alterations the State (opltol
Building of Ikrida. invites p-ro a tfor
the erection and compleU the work aceord-
ing to the plans'd "ip o w"pared by
Architect Frank P MllbuI t moln a C.
Plans and specification a form-s of contract
and tKxnd required will Let file at the State
House in Tallahassee, and 4 the Architects of-
fite in Columbia, S. CQ. o and after October
14, 190L
lEach bidder will file wilPi his hid a certified
check on a well known tI in Florida for the
sum of five thousand dolla l. made payable to
the State Treasurer of Flo a. as a guarantec
that If his bid is acreptede h ill -ter into con-
tract atone, and upon engringK i:ito the con-
tract make an acceptable ,.ond in the sum of
tu enty- five thousamnd dollar tortlhe faithful per-
formance of hir cf ntrackr Should the bidder
fail to enter into contact d make the bnd.
within .''teen (lays after aEptate of his bid,
the cfeck will be foriited ..liquidated damages
for the delay. 4
All bias to be file not lat ;r than 12 o' clock
noon, November 14th. l1 tl.
The Commission a-ernres the light to reject
any and all bids.
S. Jl'.NNI.
Governor, and Chairman o'a litol Commi is:ir-
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Notice of"Final D charge.
S1X MONTHS FROM THIS DATE W A-; 1 1.,
faply t) the Co('unly Juhtll- ofI I cln Iconi v
Fiorila. tir a discharge fr,;n ithe' iniiir-tr.
ship of tfl c-tate 0 NcteIMi I. l(o-, dccL'.-,.t.
June 27, 1901.
W. Y n,
A4lminitrators of the e-i of Newt.u .i I',
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THIS WEEKLY TALLATrASSWRAN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1901.


--* who have votes there and in tie vicin- to the venomous shafts hurled, at him A lI IV
Land of elowef. I ity with him, one of them being the by his stay-at-home enemies at the cap- SLi- V J V V V,
b-- -- ......D A t hnew negro steward. ital. So vicious was their warfare that A .I, -
vealo auoer,- ttm e. .-' he was compelled to hurry north to
treet Ie, Florida. THE CONTROVERSY ENDED. defend his character against their as- *
8ubecription (one year) .. .. ...00 The most remarkable controversy of saults. Yet Jackson lives in history. |L hble to tr eaK LD ow n--e-ru -n a IS
JOHN C. T E, d- the most remarkable subject, brought Winfield Scott was twice court-mar- S IL iab e, _. a.
C. "TRI LEd. and Proyr. about in the most remarkable. manner tialed after winning glorious victories to Rs o fre
GOLD is Called "filt.h ..*. has come to a most remarkable close, for his country. His enemies failed to t e to l\C.tl
mankind del lthy lure Never before was the hero of the make .a case against him either time,
ights to "roll in the f:th." world's greatest battle-on land or on and he was more honored after coming TONIC is medicine that ?ive tone
TAMMANY's corruption in New *ork sea-forced to go before a court of in- out of the'court than before. What --to s a m c th a y itm There
lost the election to the Democr Atlc quiry to vindicate himself of charges place in history have h6s traducers i t re kind t n b t
party. of cowardice and disobedience. It is won? try
D therefore not unreasonable that the General Grant wastonic t operates o t co mem
ANNY Maher, an American joey, trial-or inquiry-itself should take great virulence by the clique in Wash- brakes.

"wardb re e gage to ryde Kig d- some remarkable turns. ington.Even when winning his greatest Pena is a tonic to the mucous mea.
ar race horses next year, at a al- For long weeks the members of the victories, his enemies in Washington brakes of the wholebody. It gives ton
o 0 court of inquiry at Washington have were most bitter in their enunciations. to te capillary circulation wic con
ATLANTA still wants the State to been compelled to listen in silence to He was termed a drunlard, a mans
build her a depot. But Atlanta n ver the attempt of vindictive malicious wanting in military knowledge, and e upon the mucous membrane. Its
boastedOfmodesty.Iuon the mucous membrane. It i
boasted of modesty. persons to bring discredit upon the every effort was made to have him re- tonic that strikes at the root of all c.
After name of the hero of Santiago. They are moved. But Lincoln was a man of tarrhal affections. It gives toe to the
After all, the Democrats gained wo men, too, who know the vicissitudes of backbone, and Grant kept his place. minute blood vessels and toe terminal
ri States Senators as a result of warfrompersonaliexpbrinceseidhene-,enm4..
ted Statey's Senators as a resul war from personal experiences in en- It will be seen that Schl;y is in good nerve fibres. Catarrh cannot exist long
Tuesday's elections. gagements surrounded by a halo of company. History has repeated itself where Peruna is used i'telliiently.
WHAT is Florida going to do towrds glory second only to that memorable in the past, and will do so again. una seeksou arrh in all the hid-
having an exhibit at the Worlds air July 3. It is no wonder, then, that Schey will come out on top, right side aul Landrum writing from Atlnt
in St. Louis in 1903? moved by the-impulse of Counsel Ray- up with care. An added lustre will rom Atlanta
nor's powerful oratory, they should glorify his fame, while Sampson will | Jay :
Edward M. Shepard is a good r4an, have broken all records at the close of suffer in proportion. There was glory "In January last I gan the use of
but h failed to wipe out the ti hi peech Wedneday and h for- enough for all in the great naval vie- your Per and Manlifor watwa
but he failed to wpe out the tires his speech Wednesday and rush for- story off Santiago, but Schley, the real Itermed oanic heart trouble. At that
stripes in New York. ward to congratulate the gray-haired hero, will get the lion's share of it. time I could scarcely walk to my place
mind to veteran who has so muc at stake. of business without topping to rest and
HAVING made up your mind to ut From a strictly judicial point of view LUCK, PLUCK, PERSEVERANCE. on arrival felt completely exhausted.
in our best licks for Tallahasseethe We frequently hear the remark, he's Had severe pans in my heart and general
next duty is to go to work and d it. perhaps t was not just proper a lucky cuss, everything he takes hold dizziness. After using the first bottle of
I thing for them to do and it is no won- of prospers, and seems to turn to Peruna I began to improve and today I
IF you wish to give your busing a der the prosecution (persecution) money." reference is directed to feel that I am a found man and I work
somoney. ve reference s drece to fourteen hours a day without any bad
dignifiedd publicity, advertise t If 1ou begged for a postponement of their ar- me one individual who as made a fourteen hours a day without any bad
desiree more publicity, advertise- it gument to another day. But we are success of life I feeling.-Paul Landrum.
more. glad to see that deep down in Ameri- \ / A.M. Ikerd, an employee of the B.
can breasts there is a sense of justice Nearlyevery community has such a& Q. R., West Burlinton la write:
e can breasts thr s a s of ,, i h ar o the stoac and
Ti:E Georgia Legislature is now in toward those persecuted by official- character, and the generality of man- a "I had estarrh of the u tomae h and
session. Wonder what scheme Atlta dom that rises above judicial discre- kind ascribes his success to luck. Butter of ars.
iniin on the s WaHst luck that naejle ia succeed. --e n Iantlch I ha a iwcct to a number of doctors and ,t
tends springing on the public s tion, as in the good old days of De- was night ha work him succe no relief. inaly one of my ('tor
-ime *e mosthenes and Cicero, of Webster and t / sent me to Chicago and I mt the .ame
-a .. perseverance. It was common horse t oh adt
,- Clay, and in the heart's expression, fate. They said they could do nothing
Tml: wide-awake merchant belies mutly but more foceflly than sense and that "get there' spirit that for re. that I had cancer of th in s gonac
in printers' ink, and keeps his name ..l c rebukes the tyran most successful business men are im- l and there was no cur. I almo thought
-and business everlastingly before he words could convey bued with. RANK e same, for my breath was u aost thing
ny of hypocritical power. thedsaeeformstbeathconsdertheFRANK
Public Did you ever stop to consider the g s awful. I could hardly stand it, it w:n
.. .. .. iu. a n I AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. character of the man who succeeds?
CLEANLIN:ss is a virtue that needs I. .urct oa s without great misery, and I gradually
cultivation in Tallahassee, especially The determination of County Com- Notice how conscientiously he works? grew worse.
in regard to the condition of l*er missioners and the City Council to He knows no such word as fail. He
streets. drain the ponds west and northwest of starts out to do a thing, and he does it.
the city is the most praiseworthy thing If he is working for another, he does Hon. Frank Dunn, Alderman TWFourthDistrict, writes od I found a relief and that
GEORGIA ministers are hot after Site from a health standpoint either has not slight the job because the pay is from 232 Bast Fifty-Eighth Sreet, Ne V York City: dreadful disease. I took five bottles of
prohibition. Congregations are to- be done for some time. Malarial fever was small. He takes as his motto "any- The Pruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Oz Peruna and two of Manalin, and I now
advised to vote for the Prohibition a continual menace to the Southern thing that is worth doing is worth do- Gentlemen: "There is no ror a broke own ystem ee e ane. There is no
candidate. part of the city until a few years ago, ng well." He does it well. He works that I know of which will so effectuallrestorehealth as Perun y he
H when the pond just outside, northeast, for the interests of his employer. Does
HENRI WATTERSON, the erstwhile was drained. Since then very little not have to be watched. His servicesWhenever am overwrked or suffer from the consequences of f yo do not derive prompt and satis
star-eyed goddess" of Kentucky, as complaint has been made, notwith- are in demand because he can be trust- a cold a few doses of Pruna lds p agn more quickly than results from t e of un,
gubernatorial aspirations in the "dk standing that section is densely popu- ed to do his duty. anyth I ever tried find it really valuable or catarrh full statement of your case and he will
and bloody ground. lated. Such men are never out of employ- Three bottles cured me three years ago 't catarrh of the stomach and be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
FRANCE appears to be making 4e- The low lands and the small ponds ment. You say they are lucky. This is I have never had the least Syu..ptoms Oftit since. vice grants.
parations to enjoy a Turkey diner northwest and west of the city are mistake. They are not lucky, but Address Dr. Hartman, President of
er northwest and wetplucky They are posesssed of a perse- The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
about Thanksgiving time. The Sultan ural drains for nearly half the resi- TheyFRANK DUNN Arldeeia 24th Dist., N. City. Ohio.
is a slick duck, however. dences in the corporate limits. It is vering spirit They see opportunities-
no wonder, therefore, that they become and are quick to grasp them. They not the last appointment, may be the Aiiimii iiiiiiiiiiAlA
ADVERTISING does not create a Ile- foully contaminated and that sickness work faithfully and well. That't where last sermonthat well hear from him MM
anad for anything. The demand -1- results on that side. their luck comes in. It is the kind of foDr. te present yetcalf was one
ready exists. An ad tells where iou The matter was called to Dr. Por- luck that d ves succ and wins it among the congregation. Rb b e O O
can have your wants supplied. term's attention about a year-ago, and too. Mr. Drew Gwalting'is making syrup. .
T n, h a .v i .a. h.i o i e Young man, don't rail at your luck. We guess there are several others .
THE London Mail correspond he gave t as hs opnon that f these but go to work. Remember that there thinking about it NIPPLES,
writing from Pretoria, says that ie places wee properly drained malara is always room at the top, and make up The welcome and long desired rain SYRINGE:,
Boer war wi last another ear. Wht would have no breeding place in Tal- has at last commence to fall. IN,
tBoer r wil last anotherearn W t lahassee and surrounding territory. It your mind to reach the top. If you Mr. Clarence Copeland on the McIn- AT/ T1a
Is the Boer war still dragging on? do this you are bound to succeed, tyre plantation, near Sunny Hill, had 3 ATOMI ZERS,
S s a act too tatmust e te Nothing can keep you down. the misfortune of getting into a diffi- HOT WATER BAGS
REPRI.:.SENTATIVE Toomer has into- the most casual observer who has of course if you go at anything in a culty with a negro man. The negro :
duced a bill in the Georgia Legislature given the question any thought at all. lepnv don't care way, you'll never shot at nim once, the ball glancing the *
asking that a license of $30,000 be pl c- The importance, therefore, of this amount to anything. People will soon side of his head, and he in return shot :
ed on liquor sellers in Ware county. : movement cannot be overestimated. If see that the only object of your life is te negro two or three times, wounding i Verythin g 1n Rubber Goods
the present appropriation of the city to draw your salary and spend it, and him somewhat seriously. ,-= i .aLIl uOlS
Elections were held in twelve Staes an .count pein in of the pretty soon you will not have any sal- There have been ave deaths among *
-T.da. The Re.ublicans car. ad county be insucient let others ary coming, because nobody will em- negroes along the line within the last
Tuesday. The Republicans carr follow until the work is thoroughly ploy you. o K ays. w qi il
eight. and the Democrats four-Virgin- Then let it be continually look- You may meet many obstacles, but Mr JK. Doss whowas quite ill OCa
ia, Maryland, Kentucky and Missis jp- ed after thereafter, so that the drain don't get discouraged. Keep a stiff ast week, is very much improved at Supply.
Di. may not be stopped or in any way upper lip, and try again. Failure willprsna able to sit reS
checked. not always follow your efforts, and it Tommie, oldest son of Mr. Henry


'"--"n "-,,_- -- H n, has erysipelas in his
THE world is becoming extreme ly you make up your mind to "get there" nas erysipe in is lower o a complete line of
iconoclastic. One by one our cherised SCHLEY AND SAMPSON. success will eventually perch on your limos. A
beliefs are being shattered, and nw The evidence in the Scbhey Court of banners. Nothingsucceeds like suc-manage to capture diggingtathe "possum if we an Surgical ressings.
beliefs are being shattered, and nw ... ......-,,nquryisl.cess."Rememberthis manage to capture thIe "possum," we -
the vandals say that Nancy Hart wa a Inquiry is all in, and the work of to reach the goal, and after awhile peo- will have the "conventional Southern
myth. ing out the chaff will occupy some ple will refer to you as a "lucky man." feast. If we can catch a possum, l
S. time. With Admiral Dewey at the head You will have learned by that time that there are plenty of "low ham bucks" he T allahassee D rug Co
TEDDYhas fallen on his Geor a of the court, the people generally will it wasn't luck, but work. The next running in the woods.
the proverbia dull tid besa the court, the people generally w time any one tells you that a certain" They say that the perch are biting
cousins with the proverbial dull thsd be satisfied that the hero of Santiago ccessful man was lucky,just take the freely in the river. in f
that has shaken tP ate from centre will receive fair treatment. trouble to look up that lucky man's re- Mrs. Jane Hayes and Mrs. Lizzie Da-
to circumference. The silence is really Some of Sampson's admirers have cord. You will be surprised at the re- vis, her married daughter, from Cairo, ..
pI"inf'ul advanced the theory that there must elation, for nine times out of ten you were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dick- ne and you will want more.
will find that it was not luck, but per- ey and others last week. .ry one and
TIE graveyard ghouls in the N y be ethg the charges again severance and pluck. It was a consci-. Mr. J. E. Dickey is having a new
Depa ent attempted t"o besmirh Admiral Schley, because almost the entious regard for duty. It was duty kitchen built joining the dwelling.
Department attempted to besmirch entire force of naval officials at Wash- well done. You can have the same Miss Lilla Shine, of Jacksonville, is
miral Schley's record. But they ha eington are against him. Upon this hy- kind of luck, and it is worth working visiting the Misses Hall. of Susina.
failed most ignominiously. Schley*is t t se t t f for. .
Spothesis they assert that the finding
-still on top. ohe
til o top. of the court must be adverse to the In the death of Jacob R. Cohen Tal- ) >) A> > rj '.
WONDER if Teddy the Terror is s@ll man who actually commanded and won lahassee has lost a public spirited true, A LOW RATES TO v 11lA 05]
half Georgian: The Atlanta papqrs one of the most noted naval battles in honorable gentleman. When a public t e .h a v a n a R e sag o s
have dropped. him like a hot potato, the annals of history. necessity arose he was always ready A
and the silence is so dense that you c'n Yes, but Schley is not the first man with his time, his influence and his- v JaC5n v l
chop it off in huge chunks. who has had to face the animosities of purse to help meet the emergency- 0 U II amanteed Genmie Havana W rapper and Filler
.. .. whatever it might be. And he always v
ENGLI papers object because th4ir his enemies. American history record id it so cheerfully that many were --
markets are being flooded with Ami- many similar instances, where jealous made to feel somewhat cheap because
m t eo officials have endeavored to ruin the they had not done more. Indeed, his
canyon of military heroes and tried place will be hard to fill.
frst-class American cooks to give th4 reputation of military heroes, and tried
instructions in baking biscuits. to wrest the laurels from there brow. SUNNY HILL TO MERIDIAN.
AehSchleyvis in good company in that re- BISMARCK N MWT. Aau g
AD AL Schley has never utterea spet, isreputation will not su- amonia, Nov. 4.-Mr. C. W. Ban- NOVEMBER 19th TO 2. & Br., and Tallahassee D C many,
word of censure against any of his ie-at fer. nerman, our worthy Superintendent A
mies. He has contended that there W George Washington, the Father of visited the Forshala aad other schools A Distributor".
"glory nogh for all" inthe great His Country, was the first great Ameri- Mr Asel Dakle, Jr.,is moving from The r Ai S
Aiago victory, and let it go at that. 6 can to be injured by want of support his place ,near Sunny Hill to the John The Seaboard Air Line -
-- ,.. ^.. .. .- t .r at the national capital, and to suffer Harrum plantation, near Meridian, and 'A 01A" A v a... t i& .. I a.11 .


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IEARD AN4 SEEN THIS WEEK

By Those 'dho Gather Items for
Tallah seean Readers.

The Dentist, Dr. i. A. Shine.
4+ +
There were fuite a number of strang-
rs in TallaaiSsee Sunday.
S+ 4+


Jupit of Tallahasseel Monday and Tuesday.
For biliousrnss use Davis' Pills. The
allahassee Dl'ug Co.
Guns, ammiwition, revolvers and all
kinds of sporting goods at L. C. Yae-
er's.
+ +4
Messre. JI. l O'Hern and George W.
Burney were diere Tuesday from Ma-
con, (a.
Mr. Thos. Js Isler, a prominent cit-
izen of WoodvIlle, was in the city Tues-
day on business.
Have you tr4ed the Tallahassee Drug
Co.'s Vanilla .and Lemon Extracts?
None better.
Mrs. A. L .Bond and daughter are
entertained by friends in Atlanta,
where they arV visiting.


The County Board of Education met
y in the office of Superintendent
erman.
Suare that cugh by using Douglass'
of White Pine and Tar. It is a
cure. Sold at Balkcom's.
Ir. J. R. Thornton, of Atlanta, rep-
ng the 8. P. Richards Paper Com-
spent Sunday and Monday in
assee. "
For rheumatism and neuralgia noth-
equals DIris' Liniment. The Tal-
Drug, Co.


Miss Belle *heelock, of Batavia, Ill..
as accepted ji position as typewriter
Bd stenographer for the Tallahassee
loath-Easter"* Railway.
Large assortment of hot water bot-
rubber bigs and all kinds of rub-
goods. I~e sure and see them at
lcom's.
CoL John I. Roberts, who recently
Purchased the.convent property, is hav-
g a new roo| put on the building, and
ll convert iCtinto a dwelling house.
Fresh buckWvheat, graham and rye
Ur, whole heat flour, oat meal in
kages and-barrels, just received at
gle & Jolhnson's up-to-date family
ery.
*
A number o0 Nimrous went out in the
a Tuesday to try their luck. Game
reported plentiful, and several full
e bags wire seen.
Fresh minee meat, prunes, dried
hes, apricots, currants, citron,dates
dried fig. just received by Pringle
Johnson. j
Pringle & Jphnson have been making
e needed, improvements at their
e .on Mo.roe street. They now
ye one of the best stocks in Talla-
and awe building up a good bus-
See their ad in another part of
Tallahassiean.

fresh line Oof sweet peas, corn and.
Sin *cans. ALso a complete
ent of fresh canned vegetables
.Prglte & 4ohnson's.
| mine assortment of elegant
I Priests, the finest ever shown
e. Seethem-they are
|I-'' Bafeom.


tf and Mr. W. F. Hiatt and- son,
L G. HiaFt and wife, of Indian Ter-
'y, have peen in Tallahassee sev-
3ldays prospecting. They will prob-
buy a tLrm in Leon county and
here.


Dr.
68.


W. E. Lewis, Dentist.


Phone No.
48-lOt


A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins,
druggist. tf.
Circuit Court convenes at Crawford-
viwe next Monday.
Mr. Joseph Ashmore, of Ashmore,
was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. J. W. Marshall, of Americus, had
business in Tallahassee Tuesday.


A very welcome rain visited Talla-
hassee Monday, the first in several
weeks.
The fertile farm lands of Leon are
better than a Klondike when intelli-
gently cultivated.
School supplies for sale by Miss S. M.
Archer, McCarty street.
Game is said to be plentiful in Leon
county. Buy your guns, ammunition
and sporting goods at L. C. Yaeger's.
See my line of rubber bags, atom-
izers, syringes and other rubber goods.
Balkcom.
Mr. F. W. Carraway, of Newport,
spent Sunday in the city, a guest of the
St. James.
A. T. Swartz, of Jacksonville, repre-
sented the Florida metropolis in the
State capital Sunday.
"Brilliant" Crepe Papers, all shades
and colors, at Balkcom's.
Largest line of the finest buggies,sad-
dies and harness in Tallahassee at L.
C. Yaeger's. Sold close for cash.


If. you want a nice buggy, saddle or
set of harness, at lowest margin, see
L. C. Yaeger.
A new lot of perfumes. The leading
odors of Stearns, French and Lazelle,
Dalley & Co. The Tallahassee Drug Co.
Mr. J. W. Holmes, a traveling man
from Atlanta, had business in Talla-
hassee Tuesday, and registered at the
St. James.


The deer season is now open in Flor-
ida, and hunters can have the satisfac-
tion of killing all they can whenever
they can.
Corks for syrup bottles at The Tal-
lahassee Drug Co.
The Tallahassee Improvement Asso-
ciation has done some good work to-
wards beautifying the capital city.
They deserve credit for what they have
done, but in order to accomplish more
should have the hearty co-operation of
every citizen of the place.
Whisk brooms, brushes and combs,
all sizes and prices, at Balkcom's drug
store.
State Auditor Knott last week exam-
ined the accounts of C. B. Whidden,
tax collector of Taylor county, and
found a shortage of $4,000. Mr. Whid-
den's bondsmen are making an effort to
have him reinstated. They will make
good his deficiency.

Several hundreds of dollars' worth of
new goods, latest and best, for Christ-
mas gifts at Sweeting's.

NOTICE.
My residence is second house east of
Sheriff Pearce, and my machine sup-
plies can be had at W. H. Markham's
grocery store.
I M. T. Joiner, Singer agent.


Conspiracy


Against your life and health
is a danger to be dreaded. The
g.rma of disease are many and
active. Disreg .rd their pres-
ence in the system, and before
long they will openly attack
you.


Williams' Little Liver Pills
Offer already means of seeking
+s ON M1 M.A11

Mr. B. T. Page, "Dock" Wooten and
P. D. Lewis were here Tuesday from
Woodville.
Dr. J. M. Cam, of Centreville, was in
the city Saturday. He was accompan-
ied by Mrs. Cam.
Tablets, inks, pencils, etc., at Miss S.
M. Archer's, McCarty street.
By calling at J. F. Hill's news stand,
you can find John Spencer, the paper,
hanger.

Dr. J. A. Anders, of lamonia, for-
mer County Commissioner, was in Tal-
lahassee Wednesday.
Eleven deaths from lockjaw followed
the administration of diphtheria anti-
toxin, in St. Louis, io., Saturday.


Read the
lahasseean.
believes in


advertisements in the Tal-
The wide-awake merchant
the value of printers' ink.


Sporting goods of all kinds can be
found at L C. Yeager's. .
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Soaps and toliet articles at Balk-
comrn's.
There will be a meeting of the dir
rectors of the University Library Assol
ciation to-night for the transaction of
routine business and other matters that
may come up.
Mr. -Henry Diamond, of New Orleans,
came over to the funeral of J. R. Co-
hen. Henry and Sigmund Diamond
are now doing a flourishing business in
New Orleans. Henry's many Talla-
has~ee friends were glad to shake his
hand again.

Miss Blake's Sanitarium,
Next door north of Leon Hotel, open
all the year. Graduate nurses. For p;.r-
ticu;ars aply to
MISS SALLIE E. BLAKE, Prop'r,
7 6in Talk aassee, Fla.
Finest box corerspondence papers in
the city, cheaper than ever before sold,
at Miss Archer's, McCarty street.
The best line of gents' and ladies'
underwear in ihe city for the price at
Ball, Demilly & Co.'s.


.Examine onr line of Fine ASta-
tionery. TWight d& Bro.
Go to Stephen Maynard's restaurant,
on Clinton street, where you can get
the best fish and oysters served in all
styles while you wait --ot meals at
all hours. 32-4t
Davis' Chill Tonic cures. The Tal-
lahassee Drug Co.
Fresh lot of Lowney's candies the
best made, just received by Pringle &
.,ohnson.
The hunting season is here, and we
have sporting goods in great variety.
L. C. Yaeger.
Don't fail to buy our Champion flour.
Pringle & Johnson.


You will save money by purchasing
wall paper from John Spencer.
Sponges, large and small, in endless
variety; at Ba..com's.
Store For Rent-One of the best do-
cations in the city, on Monroe street.
Apply at this office.


Nunnally's Fine Candies are al-
ways fresh, at WTight & -Bro.

Call evenings and hear the concert.
Free to all. No charge for seats at
the opera now. Sweeting's music store.

Lincon's Cough Syrup sold and
guaranteed odly by Wight & 1Bro.


Money to loan. Geo. W.
Office in Ames Building.


Walker,
3m


Have you seen the dandy "Rock-
hill" at Yaeger's? Yellow wheels and
shafts and russet brown seat. The
cheapest of the kind 'in town. Only
one left of a whole carload.

Clark's spool cotton, 200 yards on
spool, two spools for 5 cents at Ball,
Demilly & Co.'s.
New china and glassware for special
occasions. Several extra fine designs,
and remember the place is Sweeting's.

Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I will soon have a well drilling ag-
paratus in working order, and I will
be glad to drill wells and put ib
pumps for parties desiring them.
-Very respectfully,
S. P. ROZEAR.
Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 10, 1901.
Don't buy stationery until you have
seen Miss Archer's new stock. All the
latest styles, sizes, tints, etc. Megin-
niss building, McCarty street

Large line of buggies saddles and
harness, sold close for cash, at L. C.
Yaeger's.
New shipment of seed rye just re-
ceived by Pringle & Johnson.
For first class paper hanging, call on
John Spencer.
New rubber goods, atomizers, nip-
ples, syringes, hot water bags-every-
4^ _..- +U. _.- lit,& Q+ Dall~ri-nm'C


. The oolite attention given to all customers,

|;|| together with the great inducements offered,
brought such a throng of purchasers I have not
had tirile to write my usual advertisement.


Suffc it to say Bargain Prices
.. Suff ice it to sa y Ba gain Prices a a a a


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Cotton Seeo Meal
$1.00 per sack at Levy Bros.

MONEY.
To loan on satisfactory security. W.
W. McGriff. f

FOR SALE.
First-class Geese Fe4thers. Apply to
o.-4t MISS J. C..MEGINNISS.'

Sick Headache
is the bane of women. What is wanted
is not relief alone, but relief and cure.
Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide will cure
sick headache for all time. It makes
the stomach right.

I want to exchange photographic
work for sweet potatoes" and corn. A. S.
Harper.


THE WORLD'S GRE~ATES
MEDICINeS.


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FEVER


Johnson's Tonic does! in a day what
slow Quinine cannot do In ten days. Its
splendid cures are in striking contrast
with the feeble cures mpde by Quinine.
If you are utterly wretched, take a
thorough course of Johbson's Tonic and
drive out every trace oft alarial poison-
ing. The wise insure lives and the
wiser insure their healtby using John-
son's Chill and Fever T6iic. It costs 50
cents if it cures; not owe cent if it does
not.


THE GET A

Hunting Season WilSOn Heater

Is here, and hun- For your bath
terms can find a I IWU room. It is a ne-
fuil line of guns, cessity. By it.
revolvers, knives, usj you are made
revolvers, knives, comfortable, and
cartridges and the danger from
sporting goods at W sickness is en-
our store. We tirely removed.
are headquarters
for Buggies & wagons


Hardw a re We handle all the
best makes of bug-
Stoves, Heaters, ges, wagons, etc.,
Sves, ea ll and will give gen-
Ranges, and all uine bargain pri-
kinds of cooking 14 0 ces to all who
utensils. wish to buy.

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.S.o P. ROZEAR,

Undaeitake: & FueOzalDizeotoz


TAT.T.AHTAW.I'-, FLA.,


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STHE KKLY TALLARAS8EEAN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 901l.
THE XLY!A


ANGORA GOATS;
Many farmers throughouut South
Georgia and Florida have IhLrge flocks
of common goats, when t ere is no
Profit whatever in raising the animals.
There is money in sheep raising, how-
ever, and this industry should be push-.
ed. There are thousands If acres of
land in Florida that would 'be suitable
for grazing lands.
Farmers, however, persistCin keeping
a lot of worthless goats. If they are
set on this class of animals (hey should
at least try the breed that will bring
something. There is money in Angora
goats, and it would pay, farmers to
atudy up on the animals., j t a recent
meeting of the hansas bSiae Board of
Agriculture, Mr. R. C. Johnion read an
interesting paper on the subject of An-
gora goats. Mr. Johnson i4 well qual-
ified to write of these anitnals, as he
has been breeding and haildling them
extensively for several years. He says
in part:
"Angora goats always aie sure of a
good living, for no matter-how dry or
wet a season may be it always produces
weeds. They will condescend to eat
grass when there are no weeds or
brush in sight. After the fry)st has kill-
ed the weeds and leaves thby feed dur-
ing the winter as long as i| is not cov-
ered with snow, on the blue grass
which grew undisturbed wander their
feet during the summer. hIorses, cattle
and sheep will feed after Poats in the
same pasture, while goats will feed on
that which other animals will not
touch. One need not sell, any of the
stock already owned to make room for
the Angora goat; the fanu is able to
take care of that much mo'e stock and
render that much greater income. They
are a vegetable scavenger.' Hence their
value in farm economy, ix converting
Into money the weeds and 'brush which
the farmer every year speeds time, la-
bor and money to get rid o4, at the sea-


poultry at their true value. They are
gradually "catching on," however, and
the consumption of both is on the in-
crease. In a few years we will see the
people using more eggs and less beef.
In the meantime the enterprising in-
dividual who embarks in the poultry
business for profit, will find it an en-
joyable as well as a profitable invest-
ment.
It is extremely difficult to understand
wny farmers pay so little attention to
chickens. It is more strange when we
consider the immense value of the hen
as an egg-producer and money maker.
A few chickens on iae farm will prove
a constant source of pocket change.
They can be looked after by the house-
wife and children and will furnish
them much real pleasure.

IT SAV1!D HER LIFE.
Goch's Mexican byrup has accom-
plished a cure in this neighborhood
which has astonished the people. Miss
Davis was given up to die by her at-
tending physician. She had lung fever.
The doctor said shq would die before
morning, and advised her to discon-
tinue his medicine, as it was doing her
no good. Her parents had a bottle of
Goch's idexican Syrup and Goch's
Quick Relief in the house. They at
once began to give the syrup in doses
one hour apart, and frequently bathed
her chest with the Quick Relief. Before
morning she was better, and after us-
ing a few bottles of each, she is almost
as well as ever. It was almost like rais-
ing the dead, and has established the
reputation of Goch's Mexican Syrup
here as a cough remedy; we can seni
nothing else.
J. & i,. Sands, Trimble, Athens co.,O.
Gooch s Mexican Syrup cures a sim-
ple cough as if by magic, and is the
best remedy for whooping cough. Price
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piles I consulted a physician, who ad-
vised me to try a bo; of DoWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve," say, G. F. Carter,
Atlanta, Ga. "I procured f box and was
entirely cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a splendid cure for piles, giv-
ing relief instantly.,and I heartily com-
mend it to all sufferers." Surgery is
unnecessary to cure piles. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will iure any case.
Cuts, burns, bruises and all other
wounds are also quickly cured by it.
Beware of counterfeits.


EGGS AND HEEF.
Every farmer should quave his poul-
try yard. Poultry furnishes a profit-
able side line. There is a nice margin
of profit in selling chickens at the pre-
vailing prices, while eggs at 20 to 10
cents a dozen prove a regular bonanza.
There is always a market for chick-
ens and eggs, and consumers are be-
ginning to realize that they can better
.afford to furnish eggs ftor family use at
25 cents per dozen than they can be-?!
at 20 cents per pound: Exper.s say
that there is more nutriipent in ** dozen
eggs than there is in a pound of b'),ef
Eggs are wholesome Sand palistable,
and are relished by evpry one. They
are indispensable in the sick room,
where they may be fed when every-
thing else is forbidden. Then think of
the numberless ways in which they can
be served, and the dainties in which
they are used. If we gft tired of them
one way, they can be served in many
other ways. We can have them fried,
boiled, poached, scrambjed-any way to
suit the demands.
American people have been slow, as a
general rule, to appreciate eggs and
A F_


for Over fiftv Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hat-
,een used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething. with perfect success. It southe-
the child, softens th.- gunis. allays al;
pain, cure;' wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrho'a. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Sold by druggists in every part of the
world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. B'-
sure and ask for '-Mrs. Winslow's Sooth.
ing Syrup," and take no other kind.

LOCKING STABLE DOORS.
You frequently read of people locking
the stable doors after the horse has
been stolen. If the owner had taker
this precautionary step before the thef:
occurred it is more than likely that he
woild have saved his valuable animal.
The experience has been a lesson tc
him, however, and the result is that he
is more careful in looking after the
locks and bars.
The above has a peculiar application
to the average farmer, and yet it is
doubtful if many of them see the point.
Most farmers lock the stable doors
after the horse is gone. In other words
they continue year in and year out,
drawing from the soil without adding
anything to it to keep it up to the re-
quirements. When the land is all run
down and worked out they begin fer-
tilizing and trying to build up. But
when a man's constitudon is once un-
dermined and his health is ruined, he
is in a bad shape. It requires the best
of nursing to bring him back into gooa
form. It takes time, too, and even
then his recovery is seldom complete.
It is the same way with land. It


thoroughly pulverize the soil. By fol-
lowing such methods I. is possible to
always have good crops, and keep the
soil up to a standard of excellence that
will be surprisingto those who have
followed in the oiu ruts for years. In-
telligence is required in farming, the
same as in other branches of business.
it is the man who looKs after the de-
tails that succeeds in any calling.
THE CARE OF BEES,
The be industry is one that would
be a source of much profit in Leon
.county, and it is worth consideration
by every farmer in the land. Mr. A.
H. Duff, of Lamed, Kansas, who has
given much time to bees, thus writes
in regard to "How and What to Feed."
th.s-e useful little workers:
For winter stores, we would use only
the best grade of granulated sugar.
This is the best and perhaps the cheap-
est food for bees at any time, and sel-
dom is there any other variety of sugar
used by those who practice feeding
bees.
The sugar is prepared in different
ways for feeding, but the best method
)f using it is to heat it nfter adding
water. The amount of water added is
9f some importance, especially when
feedingg for winter stores a little late
in autumn. 'The, more water added,
ind the thinner the syrup, the more
':vork is required by the bees to evapor-
ate the surplus water. Hence the
stores are more readily ripened and
lhe bees will seal up the combs much
sooner, if given them with less water.
We can have it too thick, with too
much body for the bees to work it well,
as well as too thin.
It is a pretty good plan when feeding
for winter to addj water in about the
same amount of bulk as that of sugar.
This will give it about the proper con-
sistency after it i$ well melted on the
fire. The syrup should not be boiled.
but may be brought to the boiling
point and then removed from the fire.
!'he syrup may be fed warm, but not
hot, or it may be cold. If the weather
is a little cool, it is better to give
the syrup warm, otherwise it makes no
difference.
Feed bees only in the evening and at
'ate as possible to see to do the work
When many colonies are together or ir
the immediate neighborhood, if fe'
during the daytime, it will cause grea
excitementt among the bees and fre
luently incites robbing. If fed late ii
bhe evening, the bees do the work o
Storing in the nighttime as well. an'
THE CHILDREN's FKIENt).
You'll have a cold this winter. Maylt
you have one now. Your children wil
suffer too. For coughs croup, broke
chitis, grip and other winter corn
plaints One Minute Cough Cure never
fails. Acts promptly. It is very pleas
ant to the taste and perfectly harmless
C. B. George, Winchester, Va., writes
"Our little girl was attacked with crovn
late one night and was so hoarse she
could hardly speak. We gave her a fe
doses ot One Minute Cough Cure. It
relieved her immediately and she went
to sleep. When she awoke the next
morning she had no signs of hoarse-
ness or croup."
everything will be quiet in the morn-
ing. Wooden troughs are best to feed
from, and these should be supplied wi,.a
floats of sticks or shavings to keep the
bees from drowning. Use an upper
story on the hive to keep the feeders in,
and feed only in this wey.


State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Co.
ss.:
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to and before me and sub-
scribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D). 1886.
A. XV. SEASONN,
[Seal.] Noiary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimony als, free.
FRANK J. CHINEY & CO., Toledo.
0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

DAIRY FEEDING.
The dairyman does not feed his cows
to produce tallow fat, and he is careful
to see that they are given foods that
contain the greatest amount of protein.
The animals should be fed with a view
to preventing any variations in the
quality of the milk.
It is a well established fact that the
fat per cent. in every cow's milk var-
ies more or less from day to day. The
greatest variations, however, are to be
found between the morning's and even-
ing's milk. It is stated by those whoc
have given the matter careful study,
that taken by the week or month, the
variation disappears almost entirely.
so that year by year, a cow's milk is
practically uniform in the per cent. of
butter fat.
The cause for this variation has
never been discovered, and it is gen-
erally held that where the cows are
well fed, the'variation is not so wide
as where they are irregularly or poorly




PMUMPLES
wN wieba "M em
MW ha. been tak im CASCABSsa"SIhey
have aU disappeared. I had been trouble
with onstipation for some time after t
with this ailment. We Cannot speak too higoh.
ly of Casearets." FprED WARTXA,
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fed. By uniform and judicious feeding
it is believed that the milk may at
ways have the same per cent. of bu I
ter fat. In other words, if a cow giv,.
five per cent milk in the morning an,
seven per cent. milk in the evening
she may by proper care and attentioIh
be made to give six per cent. mi!
morning and evening. Uniformity s
what is required in a cow, and tle
dairyman should study how to attain
the best results.
Too much tallow fat reduces tlle
quantity of butter fat. In running
dairy for profit, this fact must be tkp
into consideration.

A VILLAGE BLA'..KSMITH SAVh%
HIS LITTLE SON'S LIFE.
Mr. H. H. Black, the well-known v-
lage blacksmith, at Grahamstown, S1u-
livan co., N. Y., says: "Our little son,
five years old, has always been subject
to croup, and so bad have the attacks
been that we have feared many timjs
that he would die. We have had Mse
doctor and used many medicines, b&t
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is ncow
our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve
the tough mucus and by giving fre-
quent doses when the croupy symptoiAs
appear we have found that the drea -
ed croup is cured before it gets s -
tied." There is no danger in giving ti s
remedy for it contains no opium pr
other injurious drug and may be given
as confidently to a babe as to an adult.
For sale by Wight & Bro. and all me -
icine dealers.

CLEANLINESS A NECESSITY.
If we intnu to raise poultry for pt-
fit (and there is big profit in the bibs-
iness) several things must be tak*(n
into consideration. One important fict
must be kept in mind, that it pays io
keep the poultry house neat and cle;n.
Don't be horrified if we tell you tlat
the house should be cleaned and TOP
yard swept every day. The care tlius
given will not be time wasted, for ti'e
spent in keeping the premises cl n
cannot be: wasted.
Cleanliness is a prc .-cutative of (s-
ease, and sure death to vermin. It~is
a well-knbwn fact among poultry
raisers that filth invites disease. 'Rhe
person who attempts to conduct Pany
kind of business without cleanliness
will make a dismal failure. It only pe-
quires a few minutes each day to swtep


1i ne animal that nas neen fattened
up in good shape in the shortest .pos-
sible time, is the one that is the great-
-st source of profit.
If your cows are the best, and farm-
ers should keep the best stock, the onl
way to increase the yield of milk antm.
| butter is by proper feeding.
Poultry of all kinds require an un-
limited supply of charcoal, plenty of
good, clean gravel and an abundance of
pure water.
Don't feed the hens Loo much. Keep
them scratching. They need plenty of
exercise, if we would have regular lay-
ers.
Get new, up-ta-date farming imple-
ments and good stock. You can't suc-
ceed with out-of-date tools and scrub
stock.
The best beef cattle are those that
take on fat rapidly, mature early, and
stand ready to be fattened at any time.
The hog is blessed with a -wonderful
digestive apparatus. In from half to
three-quarters of an hour after he has
eaten, his food will be entirely digest .l1.
If you give the hens better care, com-
fortable quarters, a good range, whole-
some food and pure water, they will
do the rest in regard to laying.
The successful farmer is the one who
studies the wants of the people, and
tries to supply them, both in regard to
stock and farm produce.
Don't beat your horse over the head
or kick him in the belly. You are li-
able to injure him for life or make a
big fool of him. Treat your animal
kindly and you will get the best re-
sults.

A PHYSICIAN TESTIFES.
"I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and have never used anything in my
life that did me the good .that did,"
says County Physician Geo. W.Scroggs,
of Hall county, Ga. "Being a physician
I have prescribed it and found it to
give the best results." If the food you
eat remains undigested in your stom-
ach it decays there and poisons the
system.. ou can prevent this by dieting
but that means starvation. Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure digests what you eat. You
need suffer from neither dyspepsia noi
starvation. The worst cases quickly
cured. Never fails.
To purify and enrich the blood.
strengthen the nerves and invigorate
the system, use Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Liver Medicine.


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I have oranges, grapes lemons, bananas, apples, and
every thing good that; grows, and carry a complete
lihe of canned goods, cigars, snuff, tobacco and can-
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In the Circuit Court, S--i..'l Jud"
Circuit of Florida, in ail for' 7
C(ounty.-In Chancery.
Esther E. Hoby, etal.. Co lain.: i'-. :
cil A. Bryan,. et al., Deknl..i-t-. --B1
ParUtion of Realy. -tA
T APPEARING FROM THE IE :1F t
L of Sarah A. Barnett, one of tl- c k-1 )12.
in the above entitled cause. t1lat 'e3
that certain of the defendants. 1.i I'
Frnik Hancock, Jack Hancock,. Jiiia H11
antd James Hancock. do i;ot riid'c ii> tle
of Fiorida. btt the place or .lavt. ai e r i
all are unknown, and their te-eeli\e jU 1
also unknown, and that tlht-rc is- no lxr'
persons in the -tate the servc. "'. -ui
upon whom would bind such defendants Or
01 them.
It Is therefore ordered th;:t sa:iidl dt'
Lewis Hancock, Frank Haueoek..1ja k
Julia Haneoe and James Haunaok.,
they are hereby required to al ear to wsd
complaint herein on Monday. the e'oud
December, A. D. 1101. and that tiis o
published once a week f *r 6i0ht (4'
weeks in the Weekly 'Taliahs-ectan. a "Il
Published in the City of Tallabba-Se
county, Fla.
Done and ordered this 28th day of SI
A. D.1901. |
Clerk Circuit Court n A. uty,
(ar jl t county,
STAT On FLIoIDA.
County of Itcm


son of the year when time is most valu- PROPER FEEDING OF CATTTLE.
able This makes the coat of raising people who handle cattle for the pur-
the Angora almost nothing. pose of making money out of them,
"They makee the richit fertilizer must study their animals. They must
from the foliage and deposit it on the know how to feed them to attain the
highest and poorest spots of the farm, desired ends.
while horses and cattle fertilize the In the first place, it is imperatively
richest part, where the grsss grows, necessary that we have the the best stock
"Thus, we find the Angora goat re- available.. It costs just as much to
claiming thousands of a<_es of waste raise a small scrub cow for beef pur-
land Bein e very n thare unios- and rhe h e.smades ow for
and in every State ino te ui and poses as it does the largest and best.
converting them into tillable fields or Then a cow that gives only one gallon
productive pastures at te same time of milk will consume just as much food
making- millions of pounds of whole- as one that gives, three, four or five
some meat to feed an *millions of gallons. Any one withththe least intel-
pie. Being a very hard self-reliant the higher .grades of animals.
animal and a browser, ope will soon Having made up your mind as to the
find his hilly and rough drits, whih purpose in view, it is necessary for you
are-to-day of no value whatever to any to study about the method and manner
other industry, filled witl this useful of feeding. If you intend to go into
animal. They are compirativelyfr the dairy business, you have selected
from diseases. sheep fnce will hold good milers. But the care does not
"At the final test of all domestic ani- stop here. The food must not be of a
males, the butchers' block, the Angora kind to produce tallow fat. Too much
is, nthe.fbuntihersngblTheirAfleshrintallow fat is not good for the milkers.
summer, when browsing,f as very de-is food, while it must be nutritious and


ed on grain, it loses that Aavor, but ac- fed reguanrly.
quires a mutton flavor. U has none of The ordinary dairman wants to learn
that 'woolly' taste of mutton which is how to avoiu losses by drought and
so objectionable to many people. Thou- crop failures, and he must learn the
yands of them are killed iour packing l proper ration to give the cow. If you
thousands and soldf them as wekilled i our packingessed ut- are raising cattle for beef, they must
houses and sold as 'well-dressed mut-be of different breed from the milkers.
ton.' Only an expert cal tell the dif- Select large animals, of quick growth.
ference, as their carcasses appear the and then study heir fee.ft is tallow
same when hanging in the market., and then study their fe Itt isatalloe
They will dress out a larger per cent. fat you want now, not butter fat. Their
of meat than sheep; hece are much fIod should be of th' kind that is most
theirmeat is mor quickly transformed -into tat. Feed
more valuable, and their meat is More
juicy than mutton and -,s a finer fla- them an abundance of good ri- food.
vor. *get them in condition as rapidly as pos-
Stsible, and just as soon as they are fat,
MODERN SURGERY "SURPASSED. 's(ll them. It (does not pay to feed cat-
Stle for beef purposes after they are
"While suffering from.a bad case of fat. It is just that much wa-sted.


it,


A^&RlI W ACUI up the droppings in a poultry house,
P UasrllRrb u- and this time will be well spent if per-
Ssevered in.
Cries the young maid to her mother, as Fresh straw should be placed in the
she retires to rest. The mother smiles, '.scratching shed every two or three
but sighs. She knows that the pains &weeks, the old nests torn out and re-
that rack her will not stop for darkness, placed by new ones at least once a
and that if she month, and the buildings white washed
sleeps her dreams % every fall and spring. At least every
will only be echoes ttwo weeks the roosts should be- satu-
of the sufferings rated with kerosene. Then the place
of the day. should be kept pure and clean by a
sounWhdly andot sleep liberal application of some good dis-
refreshed at mornm--' infectant.
refreshed at morn- The drinking, water should be pure-
and courage for and fresh, the food wholesome. Don't
the day's duties? 'give the poultry too much to eat, as
Weak, nerou ns the accumulation of, fat will interfere
women, sufferers B with their laying. The main idea is
from backache, to give them all that is necessary, but
bearing-down o to allow them a good range for scratch-
pains, and .other ing, so that they can get plenty of ex-
womanly ail- I eIcise.
ments, have found 0 For winter the poultry inust have
a perfect cure in comfortable quarters. On extremely
Dr. Pierce's Fa- cold days they should not be permitted
vorite Prescrip- to run at large. In summer plenty of
tion. It heals the shade is absolutely necessary. Given
womanly diseases t. proper care. there is money in the poul-
which cause the jItry business. Indeed, if the poultry
pains and nervousness It makes we raiser looks carefully after his fowls
women strong and sck womenll. thee is no reason why he should not
deein it miy iuty to express my heartfelt "
gratitude for having been the an:ias under have an abundance of eggs the year
Providence, of restoring me to heai'h.i. wrintrs. found. lHe will also experience little
Mrs. B. it. M unn. of .,pri:nghill. I-on Co., Fla .
For nearly two year I lcred from fcnf : difficulty in having for the market at
weakness so I could not stand on myv fcet anvi all seasons a good supply of frying-
length of tim- could scarcely walk at all. s.e (-ilikens.
Appetite was much impaired; I had i-aring-0s
down sensations; can't expr.-,s Ih.w >dly I"
did feel. Had tri-d several kinds of mcdiciir, I'OINTERS FOR FARMERS.
which did me little or no "ood. At Li.t decided' l
to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite" Pr-scription. I ha< i Linseed meal is excellent for poultry
not taken all of two bottlk-s before I saw it w.! while moulting.
benefiting me. so I continued to take it u wti" il .oi
had taken seven bottles, when I felt entirely i Hogs love comfort, and it is a mis-
cured. Did not feel a touch of my old coi::-. taken idea to suppose that anything is
plaint. It has I'-nu over a year since I toolm nuh for tm
your ediein, a I can trthfull say th, good enough for tnem.
my health has le-n be-tter for the last year thaus D)amp stables are injurious to the
it had been for four years previously. ~ stock. Keep them dry and comfortable.
You miay publish thiN. aao a tshinioial."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medicak Selrect your future dairy cow from
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent /fie o0 yourh best heifers only.
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pa) If the butter seems unduly long corn-
expense of mailing d onl. Address Dr,* ing try changing the churning temper-
IL V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Y ature of the cream.


CANCER
Sufferers from this horrible
nearly always inherit it-not necesi
rom the parents, but may be frosm
remote ancestor, for Cancer often n
through several generations. Thisdeft
poison may lay dormant in the blood f
years, or until you reach middle life,
e first little sore or ulcer makes i
pearance-or a swollen gland in
breast, or some other part o the b
gives the first warning. "
To cure Cancer thoroughly and pen
gently all the poisonous virus must |I
eliminated from the blood--every vesh
)f it driven out. This S. S. S. does,Q
.8 the only medicine that can reach dee
seated, obstinate blood troubles like t%
When all the poison has been forced od
of the system the Cancer heals, and tk
disease never returns.
Cancer begins often in a small way, astb
following letter from Mrs. Shirer shows
A small pimple came on m1y j;1w -a'x,ut an ind
below the earon the left side of my face. uit
me no pain or inconven-
cince, and I should have
forgotten about it had it -
not begun to inflame and
itch; it would bleed a -
little, thenscab over, brt ,
wouldd not heaL This V
continued f'r some time,
r,hen my jaw began to ., .'v )
swell, becoming very --:
painful. The Cancerbe- a\
-an to'eat and spread, .-
until it was as large as a 4. .,
half dollar,when I heard -
rof S. S. S. and determin-
ed to give it a fair trial,
r,.nd it was iemarkablle -
what a worderftul effeIt
it had from the very beginning; the sorebe ab
healandafter taking a few b>tt!t s ti-appT.a
entirely. Thiswas twvo ye.rs ;o; t.: aresia
no signs of the Cancer, and m-n -n r:l hall
.ontinnes good.-MRS. R. SinaIatR, .a lPataM,
is the greatest of a
blood purifiers, andthe
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THEY ARE SChEMERS



Republicans Wish to Evade

Civil Service. Rules



mmL Y WILL .-IN OUT


N The Entire Country ia with Him to
the End.

Washington, Nov. 2.-The Schley
B ase is eqded, except for the arguments
Sof the opposing counsel and the decis-
44 i on of the court. Whether the latter
will acquit Schley on all counts or will
criticize certain of his Actions on the
ground that they were errors of judg-
uent, cannot be told, thpse being 'ques-
tions on which only experts can pass.
Whatever the court may- decide as to
this, it is certain that the inquiry has
ahown conclusively that the battle of
B &ntiago was won by the Brooklyn and
the Oregon exclusively, and not by the
American fleet. For the past three
years, the Officers of the ships which
were not in the fight *have held the
centre of the stage wgile those who
were have kept silent; the result has
been an altogether false conception of
toe battle; whether the Navy Depart-
ment has fostered this misconception
for its own purposes dyes not matter.
The actual facts obtained by cross-
examination and the boiling down pro-
eess show that the Maria Teresa alone
was destroyed by the leet; the other
three vesesls escaped tnd started to
run. This was the ups "t of Sampson's
plan. ihen Schley's plan came into
operation and under it be and the Ore-
S1U chased down and destroyed the
other three vesesls. This is now an
established fact, and no errors of judg-
ment, if any be found by the court,
can obscure it.
President Roosevelt has explained
0 his action in inviting Booker Wash-
angton to dinner to several personal
friends, not as an explanation, but
merely casually, in conversation. He


STOPS PAIN
R- Athena, Tenit,, Jan. Z,
sne the first appa my
ee_ they were very i a d I
.lered with great p Ih m
mtomach and legL within
9K down pail i st be abdomma.
DgW the past month I have been
l .ikinWine of Cardui sd ThedfonPs
*.-Drm ght, and I p d the Momth-
iod without pali othe frt tre
6l5m3 Davas.
&-
I life worth to a-.umamse a
Me Numanie Da* Yet

b^j 9 are baring me isallMe
mtMal W a sindi slee. If yare
Ih gewe want Id say that Ih


says he had no idea of the storm of
criticism that his action would pro-
voke; in fact, the subject never occur-
red to him as one calling for comment
at all. This was by no means the first
time on which he had eaten with a
negro. On the plains, in the mountains,
in his own home and the Governor's
mansion in New York, he had asked
others to dine with him in a matter of
course way, not caring as to the color
-of his guest's skin so long as otherwise
he was all right. So on this ocacsion
he wanted to talk to Professor Wash-
ington and invited him as the easiest
way of bringing about a quiet talk. He
had no idea of raising tne negro as a
race, or of making an issue before the
country or anything of the kind. At
the same time, Mr. Roosevelt is care-
ful to state that if he had Known all
that the invitation would bring forth,
he should nevertheless have invited
Professor Washington. This is the ex-
planation; whether it condones or ag-
gravates the original offense, is a ques-
tion for the consideration of the South.
The failure of the last Republican
Congress to reduce taxes to a safe de-
gree has again forced Secretary Gage to
go into the market and offer to buy
United States bonds before they are
due at a heavy premium. This will in-
volve a gift to the bond holders of the
country of many million dollars in the
aggregate, a sum which should never
have been taken from the pockets of
the people and never would have been
if the Republican party had not beer
so anxious to maintain the rates in
order to protect the trusts and enable
them to make an unearned profit. Sec-
retary Gage has been forced to this
by the accumulathmis in the treasury;
these have increased to $25,000,000
since July 1,and $'0,G00.000 of which ac-
crued during the last month. The con-
tinued accumulation of these vast sums
would be certain, very shortly, to con-
tract the curerncy of the country to an
alarming degree and to cause business
distress. All the favored banks having
been supplied with free funds, as far as
is consistent with safety, the only pres-
ent way of reducing the amount in the
treasury. is by purchasing bonds. Con-
gress can, of course, reduce taxation
when it meets, but there is no indica-
tion that it will -o so. On the con-
trary, Republican members have been
spending money broadcast instead of
stopping the machinery that takes it
from its proper owners.
Senator Aldrich, of Rhode Island, has
put his foot down and declares that no
reciprocity treaty shall be adopted. As
Mr. Aldrich is chairman of the Senate
Finance Committee, which has control
of all matters affecting revenue, what
he says is pretty apt to rule. In fact,
it must rule, unless his colleagues de-
liberately turn him down and over-
bear by weight of numbers all the ma-
chinery of delay of which he is such a
master. It was due to him that the
treaties failed so utterly in the last
Congress. Yet Mr. Aldrich has the
nerve to allege that he favors recipro-
city; he says that what he objects to
are the special casts of reciprocity set
forth in the dozen or so pending treat-
ies. The truth is that while Mr. Al-
drich may be in favor of the principle
of reciprocity, he is bitterly opposed to
its practice.
If Senator Gorman is chosen to the
Senate by the Legislature which will
be elected next Tuesday-and there is
little doubt that he will be--he will, it
is said, at once become the most prom-
inent candidate for the Democratic
nomination for the Presidency in 1904.
Mr. Bryan having stated positively that
he is not a candidate. Already prom-
inent Democrats from widely separated
States, such as Senator bailey, of Tex-
as; Representative Livingstone, ofl
Georgia, and others, are out openly


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Pweet potatoes ........ .....9 9 derful remedy is known as UF- %r Camden............... p 7 a.......
Peanuts .................. 91 91 FLES, the GUARANTEED CAT .,rtH r Hamlet.................. u ap 7i.... ..
Cassava ...... .... ....... 101 1 CURE" and is sold at the ex ney Ar southePines......... 11 2 p 8 49 a......
Hay ......................101 112 low price of one dollar, each plkage tr haleigh.................... I24 ai 37 a'.....
Bananas ..................105 115 containing internal and externalynel- mr.Pormouth............ 5 p ......
Orange trees ...... .... ....105 109 icine sufficient for a full month's 'great- r aRichmondn ............. 10: a f ap ..1 .
Lemon trees ............... 105 103 ment and everything necessary A.o its r Baltimre .............. .. II:a .I1p ......
Lime trees .... ...... ......102 105 perfect use. Ar Ypark .... .......4 ; :......
Grape fruit trees ...... ......108 99 "SNUFFLES" is the only perfect WEST. & NEW (RLEANS. I
CATARRH CURE ever made ad is LvJacksonville.................... a
STATE FAIR NOTES. now recognized as the only sat and Ar Lake City............. .............. 111 a
The big tent of the btate Fair has ar- positive cure for that annoying and Ar Live akn......... ............. 12 W
rived and will be erected during this disgusting disease. It cures a i- Ar Monticello...................... 3 15 P
week. flammation quickly and perman tly, ArTaiatiha-se......................... 3 15 p
The State Fair grounds already pre- and is also wonderfully quick t re- Aruly ............................4 17 p
sent an interesting, busy place. lieve HAY FEVER or COLD the ir Pensacola............ ............... l0!oP
Jacksonville without the fair would HEAD. ArMoile.... .... ....... .. 3 a
be an interesting city, and worth a CATA.RH when neglected oftenn A -New (Irtans....................73
visit, as there are more buildings under
construction in that city than in the
whole State together. Train No. 34, the Florida and Metropolitan Li
There will be a reunion of the boys JJacksonville and New York, via Richmond and
in gray and the uoys in blue at the A le and Washington. Train 31 also carries Pul
)fair. i\ Jacksonville and Tampa
Tfair.No. 66. Florida and Atlantic Fast Mail. Day o
There will be a good roads congress, Jacksonville and Washingtmn, and Pullman sleep
there will be a meeting of the Florida Steamers for Key West and Havanna--Leave 1
Agricultural Society, convention of tne HM W\and 1 sleeper between New Orleans and
CNo% 2 and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and
Christian Endeavor Society and the UlFull information at City Ticket Oflice, phone 5
Epworth League, the annual conven- JAM.B MRR, K. .E.L
tion of the State Association of Mayors Ist V.-P.&.rtsmouth,va.GePas.

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C
SDyspepsia is unreoni '
half the cen. It deceive
kunkowing sufferer. Its.
variationworkalongthewe
la w 1,wnm n t h~a wmn qft


special service from the discoverer at
this wonderful remedy regarding your
case without cost to you beyond the
regular price of "SNUFFLLE' the
"GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE."
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States on receipt of one uol-
lar. Address Dept C740, EDWIN B.
GILES & CO., 2330 and 2332 Market
street, Philadelphia.


Look Carefully


To Your Kidneys


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at the census shall cease. The other leads o CONSUMPTION--"SNUF- a
departments can in time absorb all of F ''LES" will save you if you use it at I
them beyond a doubt without increas- RtaiBnd i once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a c
Ing their present force, but to do so, haven effect complete treatment which is positively r
all appointments from the eligible list kaness treated guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any
of the registers of the commission must mw"oEun \ form or stage if used according to the
cease for one year. It is evident that sins the damp, directions which accompany each
Mr. Hopkin's plan wi.t wipe out all keePstheleatm package. Don't delay but send for it 1
registers in existence, and make the able. stitchess at once, and write fuil particulars as
formation of others unnecessary for a do not break. o your condition, and you will receive
year or two. In other words, the ma- 0 L
chinery of the commission will lay idle and cu. The
for that time. o YreY \ I n t rofCe
THE STATE SCHOOL FUND. ew, but \ ou
The following is the semi-annual ap- aslongby the ith harsh nM#i w c W
portionment of one-mill tax made by use ofatrek a aways ave bad ate L
Wm. N. Sheats, State Superintendent Ha always av bad after-ffects
)f Public Instruction, November 1, 1901. on the entire system, and where
The amount for apportionment is $39,- od their se is p td in, tend to
662.96: Sold u sF dt
Counties. Aver. Rate Amount. i s\ completely wreck the stomach
Atten. Pupil. all sizes \ an\ Nd,
*Alachua .. .. .... .50 Made Ly \\f w
Baker ......... 724 .50 5 362 00 Staldad 0\l \
Bradford .... ....1763 .50 881 50 ***US&
Brevard ..... ... .810 .50 405 00 E ir__' C7a
Calhoun .. .. .... 554 .50 277 00 And Councilmen and a public dri--of g-4 df C
Citrus .... .... 518 .50 259 00 the Florida Agricultural College *Ca-
Clay .. .... .... 865 .50 432 50 dets, a meeting of the retail merchants' I mfctl Io s
Columbia .. .. ..2247 .50 1,123 50 association and county commission ers.
Dade ....... ....757 .50 378 50 There will be a foot ball game. The only Armless, vegetabe,
De Soto .........1561 .50 780 50 Everybody will have a good time, bowel regulator, and liver V ital.
Duval ........... 5048 .50 2,524 00 and what is worth morewill hav and li
Escambia. ..... 3..1 .50 1,505 50 opportunity to see and to learn thit it known.
SFranklin is possible to make our State a treat As pleasant ts a
Gadsden ...... ...3007 .50 1,503 50 farming country, second to none ithe s pleasant to the taste as
Hamilton .. .. .1334 .50 667 00 Union. t andy, and as positive as the harsh-
Hernando ...... 567 .50 282 50 Everybody should see that steeple- aSt mnOral No gripe or pain.
Hillsboro .. .. ..4108 .50 2,05400 chase, thirty shows or more on, the
Holmes .. .. .. ..1115 .50 557 50 Midway, the great Florida zoo, an4! the W 10 2~5 50 cents.
Jackson .. ......3134 .. 4 1,567 00 first band of Seminoles ever shown,
Jefferson .. .. ....2671 .50 1,335 50 the deer that drinks beer, the sea cow R L COLi. NS,
Lafayette .. .. .. 634 .50 317 00 and the bear that boxes. See the pro- C
Lake .. .. .... ..1169 .50 584 50 gram. Druggist,
Lee...... .. 401 .50 200 50 All will be cared for.
Leon.. ........3147 .50 1,573 50 The General Manager is buried p in TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
*Levy ........ work, and wishes that the fair were
Liberty.... .. ..272 .50 136 00 over.
Madison .. .. .....3283 .50 1,641 50
Manatee........ 844 .50 422 00 SUPREME COURT DLCISIONS.
Mon-roe .. .....1030 .50 515.00 I
Marion... ..4057 .50 2.028 50 Thomas Jackson, appellant, vs. 'hos.
Nassau.... ..1118 .50 559.00 E. Wilson, appellee-Duval county# De-
Orange ........1789 .50 894 50 cree affirmed, order per curiam. 1Vk-
Osceola ........634 .50 817 00 er & L'Engle and M. C. Jordai for CARTRIDGES IN
Pasco ...........897 .50 448- 50 appellant; James R. Challen, fo ap- from .22 to .50 loaded with eith<
Polk.. .. .... ..2199 .50 1,099 50 pellee. always give entire satisfaction. 1
Putnam.........1619 .50 809 50 Southern Insurance Company off4ew modern manner, by exact machine
St. Johns.. ......1050 .50 .535 00 Orleans, plaintiff in error, vs. V. S. THEY SHOOT WHERE YOUHOLJ
Santa Rosa......I... .50 891 00 Smith-Tyler, defendant in errror -Or-
Sumter...... ..903 .50 451 50 ange county. Judgment reversed the
Suwannee .......2102 .50 1,051 00 default set aside, and the cause re-
Taylor.... ... 491 .50 245 50 manded for further proceedings rd- UdJ A.N ST 'A 1VM S
Volusia.. .....1790 .50 899 50 ing to law. Opinion by Comms oner
*Wakulla ...... Maxwell. A. W. Cockrell & So for (SAVANNA
Walton.. ... ..1438 .a0 719 00 plainiff in error; Jones & Jones, f de-
Washington.. .. ..1453 .50 726 50 fendants in error.
'The counties marksd by asterisk The Tampa Tribune Publishin Co.,
have not filed reports or were returned plaintiff in error, vs. Mary H. Gal de-
being incorrect or incomplete. Their fendant in error-Hillsborough nty.
reports were due August 1, and the Judgment affirmed, opinion per c iamn.
data for apportionment is based upon P. 0. Knight, for plaintiff in erro all' *
them. & Stevens, for defendant in error. S
O'Halloran & Co., plaintiffs in rror,
A childless home is a cheerless home. vs. Frederick A. Salmonson, defe dant
The maternal instinct exists in every in error-Hillsborough county, udg- ...
woman and when it is ungratified she ment affirmed, opinion per citism.
is deprived of much of the happiness Shackelford & Pettingill. for plaintiffs
af life. It often happens that chila- in error; P. 0. Knight, for defendant
lessness is due to some cause which can in error.
be removed, and often is removed b) Court adjourned until Tuesday pext, .---. .
the use of Dr. Pierce s Favorite Pre- 12th inst.
scription. The vigor and vitality which S
this remedy imparts to the delicate
womanly organs, puts them in a con- A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Fast Freight and!-Luxurious Paeuger Rot
edition of normal health, the lack o': __il
which is often the sole obstruction to "Something New Underl
maternity. Every woman should rean THENCE via palatial express teams
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical The Sun." ships each week to New York,
Adviser, a book containing 1008 pages I New York-Boston sh
and 700 illustrations. It is sent entirely
free on receipt of stamps' to pay ex- All Doctors have tried to curCA- All ticket a1ents and hotels are supplied wit
pense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent AARRH by the use of powders, acid information sailig chedules staterom re-ervat
stamps for the paper bound volume, or gases, inhalers and drugs in Pas.e L T Hnp W Manaer.
31 stamps for cloth covered. Address storm. Their powders dry up th, mu- n" ew Pier ,. North i
Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main street, -ut- cuous membranes causing the tor_ ...
falo, N. Y. crack open and bleed. The po rful
-acids used in the inhalers hav en- VESl U
CROP CONDITIONS. tirely eaten away the same ne -
The monthly Bulletin for September, branes that their makers have ed|M
iust published by the State Department to cure, while pastes and oint ent As
of Agriculture, gives the following av- cannot reach the disease. An o and t
erage conditions of the crops mention- experienced practitioner who for
ed for the whole State: many years made a close stud and
Crop. Condi-Pros. specialty of the treatment ofCA- DOUBLE DAIY SERVI
tion. Yield. TARRH, has at last perfected a reat- DOBEuAL Effecti
Upland cotton 73 73 ment which when faithfully not Schedule Effectiv
Sea Island cotton .......... 72 71. only relieves at once, but perma ently .__ NOiTH &EA'. i : i*; i "
Sugar cane ............ ....94 98 cures CATARRH, by removing the ,,V .acksonviile......... lulu a 74.p 4ap
Field peas ................91 8 cause, stopping the discharges an cur- .r runswiek........... Ilspt045pa .... ..
Rield peas .. .... ............. 9 93 ing inflammation. It is the only r.$avannan ............... 1t pi 37 p.
Rice ...... .... ............ 92 93 remedy known to science that adizally Ar Fairfax ............. : p 1 :I4 a.
Velvet beans. ............ 114 reaches the afflicted part Tiswon- r ma ............ p :5a.
DrCoumba......(. [):i1 a.


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RAILWAY.
SPAugust 25, 1901.


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Lv Tallahasee,...... ............... 3 1p
ArChair ............ ...... ... .. ...- 2 61
Ar Lloyd .. .... ...- HP
Ar Dritton ......................... .. P
Ar Monticello............. .........315 p
Ar Aucilla .......................... 3 19p
Ar reel ville......... ... ............3- 25 p
Ar Madis-ion.......... ............ p
Ar Ellaville............................ 2 p
Ar ive Oak............ ........- ... 4 44 1
Ar Welbori........... .. .. .-............. 5 o, p
Ar 1ilke ity................. ........... 5 r P
A r ( tlnstee ........................ .. 5 p
Ar -ani'r'ion ....... ....... .. ; p
Ar Mticlelitly......................... 6
A- li-l-lwint......... .................... 6. 4,1 P
Ar Jaickso villh. ....................... P
.... OI'il. I ;7 31
v Jar-ksonville ............. .. :1 a ,i P
Ar Bal'lwin ............. ........ 17 I 17 a p
Ar Ltark. ............. I 13 I0 4 p
Ar Waldo.. ...... .... ..... I 40 ; 11 p
Ar Gaed uI ville .................... 1 1 ......
ArCedar Key ........ : ..... .... .......
Ar Silver -rings .... ...........13 :5p ...
ArOcala .... ................ ..1 4p I4 p
Ar Wildwood ................... 2401r p 225ra
Ar iLeest-burg ...................3i 17p 1);wa
ArTavares......... .............. 344; p 421a
ArOrlando ...... .............. 5t10 p 7 0)a3
Ar Winter Park................ 542p ......
Ar IadeCity..... .............. 400p 400a
Ar Plant C'ity..................... 4.p 510a
ArTampa ...... ........ ........ 540p 6;15a
limited, Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Tampa,
I Wa.shington. l, v coaches between Jackson-
Iman Buflet Sleeping caurs between Jer.cy City,
oachles, mail, baggage and express cars between
pers between Jacksonville and New York.
Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays andl Thursdays
Jacksonville.
4. R P. Hopjkins, Agent
UNCH, A. 0. MACDONELL.
Agent, Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt..
Jacksonville, Fl a.


Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia R.R.


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Dr. Jenner's

Kidney Pills


cause the kidneys to work as
nature intended they should.
They build up the shrunken
walls of the kidneys, as no
known remedy has been found
to do before.
As a cure for urinary troubles
they have no equal.

10, 25, 5o Cents -

R. L. COTLTMTNS,
Druggist,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


kill- COMPANY
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Rhips sailing from Savannah. Three
making close connection with
ips, or Sound hlers.
h monthly Rsailng schedules. Write for gener
tIon. or call on
221 West Bay street. Jacksonville. Fla
W. H. PLEASANTS. Taflic Manage
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IHE WiMIKLY IAL TTAASSIITiAN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1901.


TOO SHORT FOR HEADINGS


POINTED


PARAGRAPHS GATH-


ERED HERE AND THERE


BY TALLAHASSEEAN REPqRTERS

A You Don't Find it Here Look
Elsewhere.


Messrs. M. E. Cobb and it C. Ma-
hon, of Apalachicola, made a, !-usiness
trip to Tallahassee Wednesday.

Get ready for T=hksgiving- day. It
is presumed that the turkeys are fat-
tening for the occasion.

Mr. S. D. Clarke, a rising young at-
torney of Monticello, had l*al busi-
ness at the State capital Tuesday.
+ + + "
Chamberlain's Stomach abd Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, constipation
and headache They are easy to take
and pleasant in effect For sale by
Wight & Bro.
+ A +
L. C. Ellis, of Gainesville, traveling
for a Jacksonville grocery hose, spent
a couple of days in 1allahssee this
week.
Never try to coax a cold pr cough,
use the remedy that unfaili4igly con-
quers both. BALLARD'S* HORE-
HOUND SYRUP is the gre4t specific
for all throat and lung troubles. Price
25 and 50 cents. Wight & Br.
Mr. W. C. Cromartie, of lamonia,
and Rinaldo VanBrunt, of the same
place, were among Wednes ay's vis-
itors to Tallahassee.

The Georgia State Fair i now in
progress in Savannah. It wig continue
until the 16th. Low excursion rates
are offered by the railroads.
County Superintendent Itinnerman
returned Saturday morning tfom mak-
ing his regular tour of the schools of
Leon county.

Many people are suffering fearfulhy
from indigestion or dyspetria, when
one single bottle of HERBIVTE would
bring about a prompt and permanent
cure. A few doses will do more for a
weak stomach that a prolonged course
of any other medicine. Price 50 cents.
Wight & Bro.

Miss Sue M. Archer, for tiany years
bookkeeper for this office, has received
a nice line of goods and this week
opened a stationery store ir the front
of Miss Genovar's millinery establish-
ment, on McCarthy street. Miss Archer
is thoroughly .experienced i4 this line,
and will always be found perfectly re-
liable and trustworthy to deal with.

Gents' and boys' clothing'at bottom
prices at Ball, Demilly & to.'s.

SHINGLES.
Just received three car-loads of good
Cypress Shingles, which we will close
out from $2.15 to $2.65 per j,000. Ex-
amine these shingles befoty purchas-
ing elsewhere. TAYLOR & CHILD.
'Phone 87.

CHOLERA CURI/
The U. S. Live Stock Rimedy pre-
pared by L Morgan, has proered invalu-
able as both remedy and' cure for
cholera, sorehead and kindred diseases
in fowls and cholera in pigs, and is
very beneficial also to horses and cat-
tle. For sale by Pringle & johnson.



Stop t





It is a sad thing t see fine
fruit trees spoiled by tc blight
You can always tell tiem from
the rest. They never do well

afterwards but stay sall an
sickly.
-It is worse to see a blight


strike children. Goid health
is the natural right o! children.
But some of them :don't get


their rights.


Whilk the rest
*


grow big and strong one stays
small and weak..
Scott's Emulsion: can stop
that blight. Ther; is no
reason why such a child should
stay small. Scott's Emulsion
is a medicine witl lots of


strength i
strength
grow.


in it-the kind of
that mates things


Scott's Emulsion makes
children grow, make# them eat,
.1 : .-


Among the visitors to the capital
city Wednesday was Mr. B. F. Clem-
mona, of Sopchoppy.
t + +
Now is the time to drop in and pay
your subscription to the Tallahasseean.
It comes easier at this season of the
year than any other.

Capt. John C. Hodge, of the H. D.
Landers Co., lumber manufacturers,was
at the capital Monday and Tuesday on
business for the firm.

WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUFE re-
moves the unhealthy tissue upon which
worms thrive; it brings, and quickly, a
healthy condition of body where worms
cannot exist. Price 25 cents. Wight &
Bro.


Rev. K Trice has gone to Carrabelle
for a few days.

J. T. Williamson came over from
Monticello Wednesday on business.

Mr.J. T. Reid, of Bainbridge, spent
Sunday in Tallahassee.
4+ -V 4


I. P. Chapman, of Whigham,
was a guest of the Leon Sunday.


Ga.,


J. S. Harrison came up from St.
Marks the first of the week and spent
a day.

Watches and clocks, the best time-
keepers made, accurate and reliable, at
Sweeting's.
A- + A.


+w. q.
Mr. Geo. W. tyne of Wakulla Mr. L. I Demilly is again employed
M~r. oW y oneofWku...as engineer at the public building. He
county's progressive citizen saw mill went oh duty the first instant .
men, was in the city a couple of days + .: n
the latter part of last week. Messrs. C. L. Wlscn and H. E.
S ILewis were here yesterday from Mar-
plThe heating apparatus is beingnna, shaking hands with old friends.
placed in posItion at the Florida State + +!+
College, the dormitories have been fin- shoes, read his ad. n thisssue, an
ished, and the plumbers will soon va- D. B. Megnniss. m. this sue and
cate the premises. i.1 B. Meninss, Jr., makes a spec-
care~~~~ lt veo .# f ohm. If ^ .,...:,,


Large residence on North Monroe
street to lease or rent; twelve rooms
and bath; partly furnished. Exterior
newly painted, interior: to be decorated
immediately. Whole or part rented
at reasonable price. Apply to W. S.
Quarterman, First National Bank. 34-4
The merchants of Tallahassee are be-
ginning to realize that advertising
pays, and are utilizing space in the
Tallahasseean. Look over our columns,
and you can easily tell who are (he en-
terprining merchants of the capital
city.
The attraction at the Opera House to-
morrow night is Thelma. This is one
of the grandest productions on the
American stage.- It will be produced
by a full company of artists, and the-
atre goers are assured of a rare treat.
For all fresh cuts Or wounds, either
on the human subject or on animals,
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is ex-
cellent; while for corn-huskers' sprain-
ed wrists, barbed-wire cuts and sores
on working horses, it cannot be too
highly' commended. Price 25 and 50
cents. Wight & Bro.

"Roscoe" Snipes, a prominent young
merchant of Lake City, was among the
visitors to the capital Wednesday. He
has been at his old Chaires home for
a week or two on account oi the ser-
ious illness of his mother. The latter,
we are glad to learn, is so much im-
proved that she can sit up, and is
thought to be on the high road to com-
plete recovery.

When you feel that life is hardly
worth the candle take a dose of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanse your stomach, tone
up your liver and regulate your bowels
making you feel like a new man. For
sale by dight & Bro.

Mrs. T. H. Randolph, president of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy,
Anna Jackson Chapter, has received- an
installment of crosses of honor. They
will be turned over to Judge Whit-
field for distribution. All Confederate
soldiers entitled to these crosses are
requested to call and secure them.
4- 4+ 4
J. H. Spears, St. Andrews Bay, Fla.,
writes: Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Med-
icine cured me of sick headache and in-
digestion. Also my neighbor of dyspep-
sia, kidney disease and costiveness.
Think it far superior to Zeilin's and
lack Draught I've tried.
+ + 4
Col. Nat R. Walker, of Crawfordville,
better known as "Old Nat," passed
through this city Monday en route to
Quincy, where he went to argue man-
damus proceedings before Judge Ma-
lone. He returned here Tuesday after-
noon and left for home the following
morning.

HERBINE sweetens the breath,
brightens-the eyes and clears the com-
plexion without the slightest ill effects
whatever, and ensures the natural
bloom of health. Price 25 cents. Wight
& Bro.
A genuine case of hydrophobia was
developed in this ciy Wednesday. A
horse belonging to Mr. George Curry
showed all the symptoms of rabies, and
when any one went in the yard would
make every effort to bite him. He
foamed at the mouth, and had fits, and
when Mr. Curry went into the lot, the
animal knocked him down and vicious-
ly bit him on the arm. Had it not been
for the heavy coat he wore, Mr. Curry's
arm and shoulder would have been
badly lacerated. The horse was no bet-
ter yesterday morning, and Lieutenant
Dennard was called in to kill him and
put an end to his suffering.

As the hot weather of summer is ap-
proaching, this paper will constantly
keep before its readers TEETHINA, a
remedy which, where known, is being
universally used to prevent and coun-
teract the effects of warm weather
upon small children, and it- is hoped
that all mothers of this community
will keep their childreInin a healthy
condition by giving it, for it costs only
25 cents at druggists; or mail 25 cents
to C. J. Moffett, M. D., St. Louis, Mo.
The Tallahasseean man called on Mr.


W. R. Wilson early in the week to get
a change of ad. for that enterprising
firm, but found everybody, from Mr.
Wilson down to the package boy, as
busy as bees. There was actually no
time to spare to write an ad., but we
were informed to notify the general
public that bargain prices still rule.


aitL u ou soes. iL uo wLant serviceable
then examine his stock and prices.
Mr. Walter Van, who has been farm-
ing up in Thomas county, Georgia, the
past season, has returned with his fam-
ily to Tallahassee, where they will re-
side.

Get that wedding ring from H. N.
Sweeting. He has some beauties.
The residence of Mr. Fred. T. Myers,
on Monroe street, is having a new
roof put on, and is being otherwise re-
paired.

Hon. E. -A. Crawford, of Modway,
Gadsden county, arrived at the capital
yesterday. He was a pleasant visitor
at the Tallahasseean office during the
afternoon.

Mr. M. P. Chaires, a prominent,
young business man of Chaises, was
among the visitors to the Tallahassee-
an office yesterday. Mr. Chaires was in
the city on businessL
+ -+
The Board of Commissioners of Leon
county held their regular monthly
meeting last Tuesday. The proceed-
ings will be found in another part of
the Tallahasseean.

Plain gold rings, diamond rings and
everything in the jewelry line at H. N.
Sweeting's.

Mr. A. S. Wells, who has a tract of
900 acres of land about eight miies 2ast
of Tallahassee, proposes to go into the
stock raising business on an exrtin-
sive scale. He already has a hr.rd of
over one hundred Jersey cattle, and has
an agent in Mississippi now, pu:c"a.s-
ing several car loads of cattle. Mr.
Wells usually makes about 75 tons of
hay every year, but proposes to double
this next year.

The Peoples' Grocery comes to time
this week with a new ad. in the Tal-
lahasseean. Mr. Charles F. Cogswell,
the proprietor, is an enterprising young
merchant, and is worthy a share of
your patronage. See his announcement
and if you are in need of groceries, give
him a call.
+4+
Sterling silver teapots, sugar bowls,
napkin rings, etc., in glittering array
at H. N. Sweeting's.

Next Tuesday night Barlow Brothers'
famous minstrels! will occupy the
boards at Munro's Opera House. This
aggregation of fun Wakers is one of the
best on the road. World famous black
face comedians, regular laugh provok-
ers and artists in their line, travel with
the company. A little nonsense now
and then helps to drive away dull care,
and you will enjoy, an evening of solid
fun.

Mr. George T. Macness, of Tariffville,
Connecticut, sends in votes for the
most popular student and for the most
popular person in Leon county. Mr.
Macness, who is the expert in charge
of the United SLates Sumatra tobacco
experiment station, writes The Talla-
hasseean that the experiment is a great
success. He also writes that himself
and family are enjoying splendid
health, and hope soon to pay a visit to
friends in Tallahassee.
+ + +
See the beautiful designs in cut glass
for wedding presents at H. N. Sweet-
ing's.
4 4+ +-
There will be a competitive exam-
ination in the office of the State Su-
perintendent of Public" Instruction on
Thursday, November 14, beginning at
9 a. m. This examination should
be well attended, as the suc-
cessful competitor will Be awarded a
scholarship in the State Normal
good for two years. All white persons
between the ages of 18 and 25 are eli-
gible.

Aching Joints
In the fingers, toes, arms, and other
parts of the body, are joints that are
inflamed and swollen by rheumatism-
that acid condition of the blood which
affects the muscles also.


Sufferers dread to move, especially
after sitting or lyi, '; ,g, and their
condition is c ::.: .i;mlv wrse in wet
weather.
"It has br -. :u -.A. ti.c .Ince we have
been with:- 1",,i,,':. .rsapamrilla. My
father thir'Ls h. :,,!e d unot do without it.
He has b-v t,-.l.h-d Vi"i rheumatism
inee he wa. a l. y. and Hlood's -,arsapa-


ONLY ONE MORE WEEK.
Only one more week remains for the
contest for the ticket to the State r air
as the most popular person in Leon
county. The votes as given below show
Mr. Cohen away in the lead, but it is
a fact that not half the votes sent out
from this office to subscribers in Tal-
lahassee and the city postoffice have
yet been accounted for in the contest.
Therefore some big voting may be
looked for this weeK.
The contest for the most popular
student will continue until the Christ-
mas holidays. It is waxing warm, and
the result cannot be predicted. The
vote now stands:
MOST POPULAR STUDENT.
Miss Maxwell .... ....... 178
Miss Meginniss ........... .. 130
Miss Eunice Rawls .. .. .. .... 18
Miss Elise Davis .... .... ...... 3
Miss Helen James ........; .. 8
Francis Beauregard Carter .... 3
Gaston Day .... .... .......... 22
Miss Marie Marcus.............. 5
Miss Lucile Saxon...... .......... 3
Miss Daisy Spears................... 2
Mits Mary Shuta................... 2
B. A. Meginniss, Jr.......... ...... 1
Miss Che Wilson.. ........ ... 4
Miss Maggie Hinson .... .... .. 2
Mr. Ross Bryant .... .... .... 18
MOST POPULAR PERSON.
L. E. Cohen ........ .... .... 173
Dr. H. E. Palmer.. ............ 56
B. M. Brown ...... ...... .... 29
S. C. James .... .... .... .... 17
W. Munro McIntosh .... .... .. 8
C. F. Cogswell ............... 5
Julius Ball .......... .... .... 3
John McDougall, Jr ..... ...... 1
J. W. Edmondson ........ .... 1
Walter B. Wight .... .... ....
0. Bernard....................... 4
R. B. Carpenter, Jr ............. 1
Ross Bryant .......... .... .. 2
J. T. G. Crawford .... ........ 3
Walter L. McGriff .... .... .... 1
W P. Phillips .... ...... ...... 1
W. A. itawls ........ .... .... 1
W. B. Lamar .... ...... .... .. 1
C. H. Dickenson ...... .... .... 1
Gov. W. S. Jennings .......... 1
Lewis Lively .... .... .... .... 1
Barkham Garner .... .... .... 2
Miss Clifford Baum .... ...... 10


YEARLY RETROSPECT.
(Continued from 1st page.)
The day before my return
San Francisco a little girl
ed away after an illness of


from
pass-
only


four days-greatly missed, as children
always are, yet there is the knowledge
o- great comfort that it is well with the
child.
It is worth noting that of those I have
mentioned nine were persons fully on
in middle life, of an average of fifty-
nine years.But three were young child-
ren. All have passed from sight, but
not from memory. They have preceded
us only a little while. Shall we forget
them when we remember our other
loved ones in our petitions to God?. It
would hardly be natural, and better
than I can express it are the following
lines written by a Scotch Presbyterian
minister:
"O'er land an4 sea love follows with fond
prayers
It s near oitcs In their troubles,griefa and cares-
there is no spot
On which it does not drop this tender dew
Excent the grave--and there it bids adieu, and
prayeth not.
Why should that be the only place uncheered
By prayer which to our hearts is most endeared
and sacred grown.
Living we sought for blessings on their head,
Why should our lips be sealed when they are
dead and we alone!
Idle! the Ir doomn fixed! Ah! who can tell!
Yet were it so, I think no harm could well comet
of my prayer,
And the heart overburdened with its grief,
This comfort needs, and finds therein relief from
its despair.
Shall God be wroth because we love them still,
And call upin His love to shield from ill our
dearest. best.
And brig them home, and recompense their
pain,
Ano c ense their sins, if any sin remain, and
give them rest?
Nay. I will not l0elievc it. I will pray
As for the lining. for the dead each'day. They
will ot grow
Lets meet for heaven, when followed by a prayer,
To speed them lome, like summer scented al
from long a'm. ,
Who -hall orbib. the hearts' desire to ncrw
Beyond the limits of the .things we know! InS
Heavf-n above "
rhe incense that! the golden censors hbar t
Is the sweet perfume from saintly prayer of
trust and loa,.


RELIABLE AND GENTLE.
"A pill's a pill," says the saw. But.
there are pills and pills. You want 4
pill which is certain,thorough and genj
tie. Mustn't gripe.DeWitt's Little EarlyS
Risers fill the bill. Purely vegetable.DI
not force but assist the bowels to act
Srengthen and invigorate. Small anc
easy to take
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lPI.AT. ESTATE


BARGAINS.


WENTY-FOUR ACRES OF LAND TN THE
copor te limit of the city, embracing build-
Slots and truck farms all contiguous. aid de-
able. Apply to W. W. McGrar.
-IC.


A RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT. A
commodious two-story boarding house with
super and lower verandas, ample grounds,
s-ble ana well appointed store, on corner of
(ines and Boulevard streets. Buildings all
cnparaativ- ly new and in good order. The mr'L
sand in the city for boarding or mer--.antile
libsiness. in two blocks of all depo-., R. K.
..ops, Oil Mill, Factory, Ginner.., etc. For,
rice apply to W. W. McGRIFF.
kOR SALE--All the rjachinery for an up to
date fibre factory; good as new at half cost.
y to W. W. McGriff
OUR HUNDRED ACRES OF FINE FARM-
ing land on Lake lackson,one mile of lake
ipore for pasture. Apply to
.44-tf W. W. McRIIFr.
O oR RENT.OR LE',SE-- Large res-ience on
North Monroe street, newly painted and
Scorated Apply to W. S. Quarterman ai F.rst
National Bank. 4t


OK RENT NOV. Ist.-A comfortable cot
r stage on Boulevard street A pply to
Stf N if._MCID)UGALV.
EVERAL of the most prominent residences in
kik the city-on Calhoun and clinton streets-
urpassed for business convenience or social
rroundings. such as are not on the market for
lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
hfuv. W. W Mtr( -'F'-
'L, 6tALE 4tirAr -Wt -blt Iotl t\ii
*terest in the long Grove Lots.
ept. 14,1998. R. MUNRO.


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Winter

Openi4 of


Pattern, Hats,


Wednesday, 01. 23, 1901


A Choice Selectiot of Neckwear


A full line of Kid Gloves, Hand.
kerchiefs, Cor-ts, Hosiery
and Wools.


M iiss Adele Gerard
TALLANASSJE, FLA.

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UP-TO-DATE STORE.

The Peoples' Groc ry,
(On Jefferson street. second door from fish mark)
CHAS. F. COGSWELL, Proprietor.

Our store is up-to-date in every particular. We are dI: ly rPcei ving
our fall stock, and are in line with prices that will ace goods go.
We carry a Complete Line of '
Henz's Products. Canne.1boods,
Olives and Olive Oil, Baked aans,
Pickies, with Tnnato Sauce,
Jams, Chow Chow, Sauer Kirut,
Jellis, etc., Mixed Pickles, French a eas.
All kinds ot Plain Pickles, Corn anA omnatoes,
Preserves in Pickled Onions, Okra aN Tomatoes,
Glass and Tin Sweet Pickles in Bulk,
Packages, Chow Chow in Bulk,
Cereals of all kinds, India Relish,
Buckwheat and Celery Salad,
Florida Syrup. Catsups. Sauces. etc.


E3VE~RYDAY IS-


BARGAIN DAY
At the Papular Store
of


Pringle & Johnson

But Mondays and Thursdays are their Big Bargain
Days, when they make a sp cialty of selling the
best Groceries in Tallahassee at lowest prices ever
offered. If you want to save money you will have
to purchase from this well-known reliable- firm.
See a few of our Spot Cash Prices. They are Wpnaers, and our
Motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profts."


161 lbs. Granulated Sugar for .
Rich Cream. Corn, per ,can,
A nice French Sardine, per can, .
2 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can, .
3 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can,
16 oz. Ball Sterling Potash, per ball,
8 oz. Ball Sterling Potash, per ball,
Pyles Pearline, per package,
Lyon Coffee, per package, .
Shredded Wheat Biscuits, per package,
Try a pound of Family Tea, at
Sir Lipton's Tea, worth 75e and $1.00, for
-10 lbs. good green R io Coffee, worth $1.25,


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lee are Closing Out
Our Dry Goodls Department, and have seasonable eoxls thitL
the days, and that these are spot cash offers for their dab. only.

The Red Front Grocery.






Say! I Keep Everything
41. Usually sold in a first-class General Marchandase Store, lnd
my stock is all fresh'and good-none of your old, shop-wora
stuff, but everything strictly up to-date. In... ....p..


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ROBERT ]
SAm also Wholesale Dea
4 Syrup, the best on
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Dry Coods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes
"., O ig,- BOOts, S
I can't be beat. If you want something stylish and good,
give me a call. Then, if you are after ... .....

Staple and Fancy Gioceries,:
Hardware, Family Drugs. Notions or anything ne-ded in the
best regulated family, jut see me, because I sellt for less
than the other fellow.


MUNRO.
ler in Florida
the market


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And the enterprising druggist
must cater to the wants of his
customers. In other words,
he must move with the world
or get hopelessly left. Balk-
corn's Drug Store prides Itself
on the purity of the ......


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And Druggist!" Sundries car-
ried in stock. Everything is
the purest and best that money
can bay, and this should be
take i nto consideration when
you have a prescription. The
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