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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 15, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00071
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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JON RICE, Publisher adProprietor-I TAT1-LAHASSEIE, LO


FttIID4Y. NOVEMBER 15, 1901. VOL. XXI. NOI 38


Nuptials "Celebrated at Noon

Wednesday, Nov. 13


But the Eitire Community was In-
terested in the Event.


Men Have Had TL-eir Commissions

Sent to Them.

The following appointments have
been made by Governor Jennings the
past week, and their commissions for-
warded by the secretary of state:
L. Wichtendahl, of Orlando, to be
clerk of the Criminal Court of Records,
to fill unexpired term of D. L. Han-
cock, caused by death.
Cuas.. M. Kurtz, De Land, to be fish
and game warden.
H. T. Pauttey, Yalaha, to be justice
of the peace for the 17th District.
S. S. Williard, of 107 Dearborn street,
Chicago, to be commissioner of deeds
for the State of Florida.

Probably no social event of recent S. lK Mibler, a iDe Funiak Springs, to
years has createdd more interest in Tal- be lumber and timber inspector.
lahasp an the marriage at noon -H.B. Voodruff, Plant City, and T'hos.
Wdlnrsd:., of Judge George P. Raney G. Hutchinson, of Jacksonville, to be
apd Miss ,vilyn Cameron. notaries public for the state at large.
This interest was due to several
causts, thi principal one being the high CARAErlLE CuNitOVERSY
esteem in which both parties are held Carrabelle, Fla. Nov. 13, 1901.
by everyhudy. in this community. The Editor Tallahasseean:-Under the
Judge gt 'at prominence as a lawyer heading "Carrabelle a Port," the editor
amn juri:t, made the event one of more of the Apalachicola Times boiled over
than ..i'.g importance throughout wretchedly last week. A part of the
the State.- trouble was due to something which
For yc~as he has been identified with our townsman, Capt. Jas. R. Pickett,
the pe!;ti: al and material growth of had said in the Tallahasseean, and part
the state, tnd has occupied many posi- was due to the hot nature of facts which
tions of trust and honor. He was a were painful to Apalachicola.
member 4f the Florida Constitutional Presuming that Capt. Pickett will
convention in 1885, has been several take care of his part of the discussion, ;
times elected to the legislature from we shall only present from public spirit
this county, wqs Attorney-General of some of the reasons and demands
the Stateand Chief Justice of the Su- wuich called for a local board of Pilot
preme Colirt of Florida. Commissioners; and show why the
Fr w mPn stand higher than Judge Times and Apalachicola have not and
Ranncy, either as a lawyer, a citizen, cannot have the influence and political:
or a geDnleman. Indeed, he is a fine pull which they so much seek in mat-
sp.c.'r- of the Southern gentleman, ters of appropriations for West Pass.
one o(f nature's noblemen, who never The Times says: "If Apalachicola
deserts a friend, and who numbers really had the influence West Pass
th-,m ly .is acquaintances, would have long since been the pride
The bhrie is a lady whom everybody of every citizen of Apalachicola." Real-
adores. Sftn is from one of Virginia's ly, Well really since Apalachicola
oldest anil most exclusive families. She really has not the influence, then why
has been residing in Tallahassee for not relegate the lost cause, coincide
several ars, and by her sweet disposi- with results, the engineers, and the
ion ard funny y nature has won many National government in affording Apa-
friends. '-he is a lady of lovely mien lachicola such relief and benefits as is
and loftyv character, and Judge Raney deemed wise and best. The Times furth-
is to he n:mgratulated on winning such er says:. "That Apalachicola is forced
a prize, to do her shipping near Carrabelle be-
The marriage ceremony was perform- cause she has not sufficient water at'
ed at t '.z residence of Mr. Bryan C. West Pass, and that the sub-port is'
Whitflelb whose wife is a niece of the placed here for the convenience of cap-i
bride. T o room was handsomely and tains. Right brother, you really had not'
appropritely decorated with smilax, the influence. Now since Carrabelle is'
roses. ferns and other flowers, artisti- the place for your shipping and the
call arranged. captains, and since as you say she has
Only Q few of the nearest relatives deep water, and the harbor then why
and intitiate friends of the contracting not give her all the pilots, and at least
parties viere present The bride was be- half the pilot commissioners? All we
comingly attired in brown zibeline want is justice, you perhaps, need a
dress,. trimmed with fur, and carried a customs house for the convenience of
bouquet pf American Beauty roses. The your river steamers; unless, perchance.
groom fore conventional black. The Columbus reahy has the influence and
only att, ndant was Miss Evelyn. Came- can be made a port just as well.
ron Whitfeld, the beautiful little flower The Times further suggests that
girl. Shy wore a white organdie dress, Carrabelle would not even be a sub-
with blue ribbon trimmings, port were it not for Apalachicola's
The ceremony making Judge Raney shipping, claiming that we have only
and Mim- Cameron man and wife, was one mill and one naval stores concern.
performed by Rev. Dr. Carter, of the The facts show that Carrabelle is the
Episcojld church, in his most impres- natural outlet for more mills, more
sive manner. A sumptuous wedding naval stores and more shipping than
dinner y~vas served the newly wedded Apalachicola has. However had we no
couple ;nd those present. mills and no naval stores, we would
Mr. a~>d Mrs. Raney left on the after- still have the harbor, the quarantine
noon tr in for a wedding trip through officer, the customs inspector, the ship-
the 'I. rI and east. They will be gone ping, and the port for the convenience
s'v(r:;-: d":s. but on return to the of our tributaries; and really should
(.: i:'a l Kly, will tender a reception to have all the pilots and at least half the
th l- ;.'(Ost ot friends. The- Tallahas- pilot commissioners. Apalachicola real-
': n t-'':ks great pleasure in-extending 1:-has no pull and must do business at
(orm -:);::iions to Mr and Mrs. Raney, C.--i'be'le so the Times says.
a :. -:,-. g them a long life of happi- roL-Lher, this is natural anid why not
(.. -e do what you cannot (Go? Let's pull
tzgcther. If an expense of $230,000 at
your door has brought no results, then
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY. we are sorry. If an expense of $10,000
To the i'ublit:-I have been request- at Carrabelle has done you good, aTf-
t:! i:y Ihe Board of Directors of the fording convenience to your shipping.
University Library to make a public etc., then we aie glad. Pull the scales
staitenmuit in regard to that Library. from your eyes and view the world in
'I hbe dliectois believe that it is an in- its hopeful light.
;t;:tii which is a credit to the city Falling into its channel of attempted
andt v- .ich should commend itself to sarcasm, the Times says Apalachicolh;
tb:1 hIr'rty support of all citizens. It citizens should give Carabelle "pilot
has aLtut six thousand volumes in- and county commissioners, the Court
chmlidin many of the standard works house, and the whole coboodle," if such
in history and fiction. It subscribes for would secure deep water at East ard
the 1,.;ding magazines ana has them West Passes. Wonderful! Now view the
bfwund for future use. It has always facts. We have the deep water arid
becii l{,eral in its policy, allowing the would not be allowed even half tlae
free 1,e of the Reading Room and pilot commissioners. We paid too large-
books of reference. It has been sup- ly for the court house and armory to
ported( by monthly dues and by the want them here now. The county jail
hell)p o: the Ladiess Auxiliary Associa- can remain there, the "coboodle" he e,
tion. ewing to deaths and removals the influence in Washington, and the
the durs have greatly decreased and the Times can continues as it says it has not
Association has been given no assist- really got the influence to get The
ance several years, this may be ow- Times claims that Carrabelle is not a
ing perhaps to the fac. that the Library port. Now it the Times man will walk
was getting along somehow, and was around and consult the best authorities
such through property generally given as to the meaning of the word port, he
to it, 'but up to the present time the will really find something-that Carra-
propetty has been unavailable and. belle is a port truly, and that Ala-
evsn )vhen it can be used the Direc- lachicola is not a port really. Let the
tors believe that only the interest Times consult his conscience and no{ a
should be expended and that solely lost sentiment along these lines.
for toe purpose of buying uooks as I seventy years have proved Apa-
they yiay be published. For some time lachicola's wants and influence fruit-
the means of the Liurary has not been less, and not real, then it behooves us
sufficient to meet the necessary cur- to assist, as best we can, in regulating
rent expenses therefore something the shipping interests of lroth places.
must pe done. Some way must be found We don't fight Apalachicola. God speed
for increasing the income, or it will be her every progress. We love her citi-
necesary to close the Library; the zeus, and pride in her right purposes;
Directors appeal to the public inter- but facts are facts and she really
eat which they believe will not suffer hasn't the influence in fact nor imagi-

such # reproach to come upon the city, nary in the eyes of Uncle Sam and
and 4sk all who are intereted in i popular reason.- "CITIZENS."

main finance to meet at te *Ar'iry
on the afternoon of Friday, the 29th,


If We Wou'd Boom Tallaha .

see and Leon Couty


IFrominent Business Men Talk
Capital City Needs.


The people of Tallauassee are begin-
Aing to discuss public improvements.
This is a very hopeful sign, and it may.
be that an era of progress and pross-
perity will soon dawn on tne capital
Mr. T. B. Byrd, one of our leading.
merchants, in a recent conversation
with the Tallahasseean, remarked that
the great need of Leon county is good
toads. "We want first class highvays
reaching out from Tallanassee in every
direction, and extending to the county
line," he said.
"This would do more towards de-
veloping the resources of the county
and building up the city than any one
thing I know of. It would not only en-
able the farmers to market their pro-
duce at all seasons of the year, at a
great saving in the wear and tear to
horses, harness and vehicles, but would
cause oLher people to locate here. With
such highways constructed it would be
but a few years until we would have a
perfect network of good roads, reach-
ing every nook and corner in the coun-
"This would enhance the value of
farm lands one hundred per cent., to
say nothing of the added convenience
and comfort to those who travel. More
buggies and wagons would be sold.
better horses would be brought here,
and everybody would be benefited."
"I am in favor of better streets and
highways, and any other improve-
ment that will enhance the value of
property,'" said Mr. J. Hirschberg, of
the El Provedo Cigar Factory. "But the
only way we can secure anything of
the kind is by boonding the town and
"No place ever amounted to any-
thing that was afraid to venture. True,
the taxes will be increased slightly.
The increase will be nothing, however,
to the benefits that will accrue. We
can issue bonds for public improve-
ment, payable in twenty-five or .thirty
years, and in that time the property
will be more than trebled in value.
"Tallahassee also needs more fac-
tories. If the citizens would make an
effort to bring some reputable cigar
fjatory here, one. with a reputation,
that employs from two to three hun-
dred people, it would be worth thou-
sands of dollars to the city. My firni
would take stock in such an enterprise,
and do everything possible to help it
"The pay roll and incidental ex-
penses of the El Provedo amounts tc
$1,000 a week. With another factor
here, we could more than double this
Tnis statement may seem paradoxical
but it is true. One more large factor
would bring others. We need othei
factories of all kinds, and I anq read
to lend every assistance in my phwer t(
bring them here, but in my opinior
we will have to bond the town anc
county before we- can accomplish any-

The Jacksonville Loan & Improve-
A. Maxwell et al., defendant in error.
ment Co., plaintiff in error, vs. George
-Duval county. Motion to strike trans-
cript of record and dismiss writ of
error denied. Motion to advance cause
on docket for hearing denied. Defend-
ants in error allowed twenty days to
file briefs. E. P. Axtell and C. D. Rine-
hart, for plaintiff in error; A. W. Cock-
rell & Son and J. S. Maxwell, for de-
fendants in error.
S. F. & W. Ry. Co., plaintiff in error,
vs. W. E. Willett, defendant in error.
-Orange county. Petition for rehear-
sing denied. Alex. St. Clair-Abrams, for
Rosanna S. Lucas, appellant, vs.
Leonidas E. Wade et al., appellees.-
Duval county. Decree reversed with
directions. Opinion by Mr. Justice
Mabry. J. M. Barrs and H. B. Philips,
for appellant A. W. Cockrell & Son,
for appellees.
F. C. & P. R. R. Co., plaintiff in
error, vs. William J. Bell et al., de-
fendants in error.-Hillsborough coun-
ty. Judgment reversed, and the cause
remanded for further proceedings con-
formable to law and not inconsistent
with the opinion filed. Opinion by Mr.
Justice Carter. P. 0. Knight for plain-
tiff in error. H. Bisbee, for defendants
American Building, Loan & Tontine
Savings Association, plaintiff in error,
vs. White & Knox, defendant in error.
-Orange county. Motion to strike from
the files the transcript of record and
to dismiss the writ of error granted,
order per curiam. Beggs & Palmer,
for motion; W. H. Jewell, contra.
Court adjourned until Saturday, the
16th inst.

-w-% ,,ai

A 'happy wedding, replete with love
andjood wishes, ovas consummated at
the' nitarian church in Faceville, Ga.,
oi Jfsday afternoon, November 12.
The contracting parties were Miss
Berenice Bell, theaccomplished daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mas. I. B. Trafford, of
Faceville, and Mr Samuel Knox Flem-
ing, of Tallahass e.
The church wa handsomely and ap-
propriately decor ted for the occasion,
and was cornforaLly filled with friends
and acquaintance. of the happy couple.
No event of recant date has created
more interest irh Fae ville, as Miss
Trafford ,vas universally loved by a
large circle of friends. She is a young
lady of rare in llectual attainments
anu lovely dispostion, and while wvs!h-
ing her a life of happiness, her friends
naturally regret ) ting her.
Mr. Fleming li the accommiu>dating
no:cr:ator of thel Vcstern lUnion Tele-
graphi oifice in Tallahassee, an-d is a
ni.);t wo; thy a it capable young man.
He has been operator here for about
two yairs, but 1 that short time has
made many frilrltls.
The young c.:"le will go to house-
keening in TalUi assee, on the corner
')f LI iau.h, a:il.St. Augustine streets,
and will be "At 1 ome" after Novembnh-
2'. The Tallab'seean unites with'
their other frie~-ls in extending con-
gratulations and'well wishes.

Attorney GeQ P. Raney, Jr., of
Tampa, came upTuesday to be present
at the marriagetof his father the fol-
lowing day. Mr. Raney though quite a
young man is "a hip off the old block,"
and is building % a very large practice
in Tampa. He enthusiastic on every
subject relative to the progress 'and
material advancement of his adopted
city, and was ebquent in speaking of
them. b
In conversation with a representative
of the Tallahaeean Wednesday af-
ternoon he saiW Tampa was merging
from the blighting effects of the strike
-the worse in the history of the city
-and would soon be fully recovered
from it ,,
"The factories," he continued, "are
now all open, ut they have not yet
secured their ftl quota of men. They
are operating WOh perhaps fifteen hun-
dred, or a few iore, where they need
fully six thousand. This will not last
long, though, fto they will soon get all
the men they wint."

The Secretaryof State has issued let-
ers patent, incporating The Fernan-
.Ai__ Tn..._._-- a ikmnmnanv which is to


I6 Sadie Co0en Williams

aid Ir. T. G. lails Wed.



The ride's Mother.
One of the pretti weddings of the
reasons was consum ated at St. John's
Episcopal church lat night, and was
witnessed by a largenumber of friends
anm acquaintances of the happy couple.
Miss Sadie Cotten Williams and Mr.
T. c lover Rawls were the lucky
parties. The bride ii the accomplished
daughter of the late Col. J. J. Wil-
liams, and is one ofrFallahassee's most
justly popuiai" you(n ladi.?s. The groom
.is a prominent plinter who runs a
large plantation al ut six miles from
Tallahassee on the meridiann road.
The church was ly,.utifully decorated
with evergreens, fr-ais yellow chrysan-
themums, -etc.. an4 with the happy
faces of the bride, ahe bridesmaid and
maids of honor, f rmed a decidedly
pretty picture. I
The beautiful marriage ceremony of
the Episcopal chuyh, was solemnly
performed by thej rector, Rev. DI)r.
Carter. t
The bride look< lovely, attired in
Agrs. gauze over 1hite silk, trimmed
in lace. b
The maid of h nor, Miss Mnggie
Williams, a sister f the bride, and the
bridesmaids, Mis&Vs Sarah Raney,
Blanche Blake, AUine Rawls, and Editil
Elliott wore whiteot!andies and carried
bouquets of wellot chrysanthemums.
The flower girl, fiss Margaret Wil-
liams, wore accorpcon pleated crepe
de chene. Miss Mav Whitfield was the
Mr. L. M. Scarbirough was the best
man. The ushers were Messrs. Edwin
Barnes, Richard S4rlet, Walter Wight
and Glover Johnsoni.
A reception was tendered at the home
of the bride's mother after the cere-
mony, at the con(4usion of which the
happy couple left for their country
The presents r eeived were numer-
ous, beautiful and ostly, and *,hi con-
gratulations of friends, including the
Tallahasseean, ,ere sincere and

Chaires, Nov. 13.-Mr. John Patter-
son, our postmaster, is taking in the
Georgia State Fair at Savannah this
Mlrs. McMeekin, of McMeekin, Fla.,
with lier little son Ellington. is visit-
ing her sister, Mrs. Geo. Patterson.
Miss Francis Wilson, of Tallahassee,
stopped over a few days last week with
her uncle Prof. .H. P. Woodbery. She
was en route home from Greenville,
where she had been visiting her sister.
The pulpit of the Baptist church waa
filled Sunday by the Rev. Mr. Sullivan.
of Aucilla. Not only those of his de-
nomination turned out to near him but
others also.
Miss Connie Hancock, daughter of a
former enterprising citizen of Chaires,'
spent several days last week with
Misses Mary Woodbery and Annie Eng-
The many friends of Mr. Sam
Chaires sympathize with him in the
loss of his good buggy horse. He turn-
ed it into his field to graze and when
found the animal was in a dying state.
Examination proved that it had been
shot in the head by some unknown per-
son. It is thought to have been acci-
dental. I
Mrs. Scot Fleming's mother, from,
Jefferson, is ta her daughter's where
she will in the future reside. |
Mir. Geo. Ernest returned from Jack-
sonville Monday. He will return within
his wife and children Sunday.
Mr. Geo. Jierndon was in the village
Monday s'uperintending the removal of,
Mr. C. T. Hancock's evaporator fo-'


Did at Six O'clock this

I Morning.


Feral Will Take Place this After-
noon at 4 o'clock,
a ___


-Tallahasseean Wins Popular Young
Georgia Belle.
Mr. Victor F. Balkcom, our enterpris-
ing young druggist, left Monmay for
Macon. Georgia. on matrimony bent.
On Thursday he was united in mar-
riage to Miss Elizabeth Thomas, one
of the sweetest and most popular young
ladies of Georgia. She is a great favor-
ite wherever known, and Mr. Balkcom
is happy in her possession.
The ceremony took place at the home
of the bride's cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Murphey, with whom she has been liv-
ing since the death of her mother two
years ago. Miss Thomas was born and
reared in Forsyth, Ga., where her fath-
er died when she was quite young. She
is a most excellent young lady, and will
prove quite an acquisition to the social
circles of the capital city.
Mr. and Mrs. Balkcom will make
their home in Tallahassee, and upon
their arrival here will receive a warm
welcome from their friends and well
Attorney-General W. B. Lamar, who
went to Washington several weeks ago
to represent the State of Florida in its
suit against the F. C. & P. Railroad
Company for $9S,000back taxes, left the
National capital Wednesday night, for
The oral argument in the case was
concluded on Wednesday of last week,
and the matter is now in the hands of
the Supreme Court of the United
States. This case has been in litigation
since 1892. Four times it has been de-
cided in favor of the State by the Su-
preme Court of Florida, and its final
settlement by the highest court in the
land will be of great importance to
many counties in-the State.

mnkiig syrup. He will make syr:ip in people, and is therefore- a .",tter ad-
Tall,;0.,soee this season and< e will not. vert'si::g medium. M<'n who .man.a :
enjoy it here as formerly. busi;' :- ,' :-i advertising alw:iys jr)e,.>r
Mr. and Mrs. Seaborn .Tomns. of Black the olt'- t:,.1ish d pap,lr, a.ndi di no ,
Creek, cmni<, in to attend reachingg take : of the now cntr'i,-.: 'i'-
Sunda Also Mr. Hillingsley and son. til thty have established tu .'(lv(, of
Mr. Arthur Cox and his; mother went a solid foundation.
on a v.sit to th, f:nuily of Mr. layman If you vi~';h ye:ur P ie'orti.Lin to I-,
SMinith at Centervilie S'trday returning write your ;,ads. in a crisp, rn:-.i: i
Monday. manner. Have ',c:inrg 1:) : ty n
A say it. Change your a,;. f:,.(, :',1'
THE BEST PAPELRS. 'r and see tl.It t!'': a:r(e prop;'rly di *:-
The Newspaper Blue Book. publishel-.ced. If yo.! advertise sysi Em;fl< Ii,
in Chic1ago, contains a list each year o and intelligently, you will !;. :'
the best newspapers printed in eac" it pays and pays weil.
state a;d territory. This list is nmade u In this (.orreco(i( n w .'\;.'i w ;.!i
after careful comparison of Press Clip tention to tl-e f;-t that ,.- T"',i."
ping r(suilts, based .-upon actual coun seen is tue ,.it advert,-isaig n,
In its last issue the Blue 1(ok givc. in Middlh Florida. I. is; i.'.- "ld,!
a list of the thirteen best weekly news tablished paper Jn the S ;-iL.
pa;.e s published in Florida, as ful> and reaches more p'";;e 'a;:i
lows: The Kissimmee Gazette. Th paper ever pulil:shed here. it *s ;. -
Tallahasseean, Fernandina Mirro1 ped with the latest and c r' ::
Gainesville Sun, Key West Advertise for turning out lir-st -las wo::
Lake City Citizen-Reporter, Mariana short notice. it does good w:" :.
Times-Courier, Monticello Constituj prices as low as possiLle, r.cognir.
tion, Ocala Star, Orlando Sentinel-R the fact that the laborer is worth ,.
porter, Palatka Times-Herald, SanforI his hire and never cutting below ;a". -
Chronicle and Titusville Florida Stam ual cost just to get the world.
It will be seen that The Tallahasse Try an ad. in the Tallahasscean a:
ean is considered by the most reliable_ it will bring results.
authority, to be one of the best weekly
newspapers in Florida. This estimate Low Rates for Hunting and ihin
is made by a firm that advertises Low Rates vi Huntingrd Air sing.
and reads nearly every paper publish artes via Seaboard Air Ly.e
in the United States. The Press Cli Railway.
ping Bureau bases its conclusions ol This popular route, whose lines I'n-
results, and does not trust to guesf etrate some of the best country for
work. game, birds and fish to be found any-
The Tallahasseean is the best a where in the South, has on sale re-
vertising medium in the State Capita. duced rate tickets from Norfolk, Ports-
and our merchants will do well to not, mounL and Richmond to all points in.
the fact. You are after results, and Th Virginia, North and Sout* Carolina..
Tallahasseean brings results. It reach for the benefit of hunting find fishing.
the people, the purchasing eleme, parties, moving individually or other--
having a larger bona fide circulate wise. One dog is carried free with
than any other paper published each passenger and others- are trans--
Middle Florida.- ported at a small cost._ _

Wm. Riley, a young man about 18
years old, working at Griffin's Mill.

rlun irourmation asiu to mu P G ulrai
points rates, schedules, etc, furnished
upon application to any age t or repre-
sentative of the Company.


t six o'clock this morning, after
a ong and painful illness Mr,. .John
L-' Crawford, wife of our veierablr
Secretary of State, passed aw;sy. Shl-
hbi been an invalid and almost (-in-
tiauously confined to her room foi
y rs. For the past two months her
dth had been almost hourly c.ppt-etei
rs. Crawford was one of th'b ollesi
residents of this city, being something'
ever 72, and was held in exc-ep-
tionally high esteem by thome who
knew her most intimately, Sh- was a.
member of the Methodist church :
a devout Christian.
The funeral will taken place this af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock, from the Methho-
dist church the services being con-
(dicted by Rev. W. E. H. Mabry, thi-
KWstor. Rozier's undertaking establish-
xnt will have charge of the arrang,*-
n advertisement in the paper athe-
t the dignity of your business abroad
t gives you a standing you woilh
t otherwise possess. A strange
king up the paper, immediate..
looks through the advertising columns.
Pis inevitable conclusion is that th,
rms doing the most advertising ar<
Sthe ones transacting the bulK of tlh
Many'people imagine that :tdlveri-;
Nig does not pay because their cstom-
,)rs do not always say "I saw your wa
Wi the paper." We will admit thai
rme kind of advertising does not p)a.
*proportion to the amount expended
yf you plant an unattractive advertise-
nent in a paper with no circulation
and never change it, it does not pay
But if you have something to sell, an,"
\will write out an attractive advertise-
ment, have it properly displayed and
inserted in a paper circulating among.
jte class of people you want to reach.
'rou will find that adver..sing pays.
If you wish to reach mechanics anu
Ja'-oring men, don't advertise in a
fashion sheet Then if you are after
e fashionable set, don't use a sport-
ng paper, or if you wish to sell sport-
ing goods, a religious paper will be a.
poor advertising medium. You must.
.;tudy the wants of your customers, and
best how to reach wiem.
An ad in a daily paper with not tc
xceed a circulation of 500 will not Ix
^s valuable as one in a weekly witl-
,000 circulation. And an advertise-
rment in a semi-weekly with a circula-
I tion of not over six or seven hundred '
will not do as-much good a.s one in ;.
Veekly of 2,000 circulation.
Again, an old-estahlish;.dl family
Newspaper has a prestige no't enjoyedd
,y one just started. It rez.-hc1s 1wior




NOVEMBER 15, .1901.



Satiago Hero Only man who

Made Mistokes


Wu Ting Fang's R Regretted in
Washingt in.

Washington, D. C., iov. 14.-The
Bureau of Forestry of t e U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture ntinues to re-
ceive requests for ad ce and assist-
ance in the manager ,nt of private
woodlands in the Sou h. One of the
latest requests is for ; working plan
for 1,000,000 acres of lo leaf pine land
in southeastern Texas, he property of
the Kirby Lumber coi pany and the
Houston Oil company o Texas.
The holdings of tlhse companies
cover about eighty per cent of the vir-
gin forest of longleaf pine in .Texas.
The officials state that they are anxious
to exploit their forest on scientific
lines, cutting the me rhantable tim-
ber in such a way as %-o insure pro-
tection to the young growth. A pre-
liminary examination of this large
tract will be made during the winter,
by agents of the Bureau. All things
considered this large area of timber-
Jand, if handled on thl lines which
the Bureau will advise, should prove
to be one of the most Eiteresting un-
dertakings in the line tf forestry by
private owners yet attempted in the
United States. .
lne above request fo assistance is
but one of a number tht have recent-
ly been received by fiMe Bureau of
Forestry. The Baltimore end Ohit Rail-
road company has asked for a working
plan for its tract of 1I5,00 acres of
mixed hard and soft voods, situated
in Nicholas and Pocairiitas counties,
southeastern West Virgiria. Burton &
Co. have asked for an cyamination of
their tract of 25,000 acre -of pine land
situated in Berkeley funty, South
Carolina. The East-Tenn ssee Iron and
Coal company, owning I(,000 acres of
hardwoods in the Cumlerland moun-
tains, desires to cut its timber on con-
servative lines, and ha.s requested a
preliminary examination of its tract.
From North Carolina8 comes a re-
quest from Mr. Hugh Metae, for advice
in the handling of 16,000 acres of
hardwood situated near Grandfather
Mountain. A request hias been re-
ceived from the Georgia ron and Coal
Company, with headquarters at At-
lanta, Ga. This compan- desires ad-
vice in the handing of t o tracts; one
of 16,000 acres in Bartob* county, and
the other of 30,000 acres in Dade coun-
ty. An examination is aso asked for,
by another firm, for 16,00 acres of pine
land in Polk County, Ga.,,Agents of the
Bureau of Forestry will: inspect these
tracts at an early date.j
. A working plan is to .4e made this
winter oy the Bureau -ot Forestry for
the woodlands belonging, to the Okee-
tee Club, the preliminary examination
having already been maae. This tract
is located in Beaufort ind Hampton
counties, South Carolinat and contains
60,000 acres of longleaf jine land.
The foregoing include only the most
recent requests for assistance from pri-
vate owners in the Soutl$ The Bureau
for more than a year j~st has been
co-operating in the han lhng of tim-
ber tracts in that sections At Sewanee.
Tenn., the domain of tLAe University
of the South, consisting of 7,000 acres
of hardwoods, i. being Tumbered ac-
cording to a working plani made by the
agents or the Bureau. A \vorkirg plan
has also been completely for 10(i.Et
acres of pine lands in AI kansas be-
longing to the Sawyer & Austin Lum-
ber company, of Pine fluff. Another
interesting piece of wo-rk just com-
pleted by the Bureau is a;vorking plan
for a tract of 60.00 acres: n southeast-
ern Missouri, belonging t< the Deering
Harvestier company of ('jimago.
During tho summer ta ; gents of the
Bureau of Forestry have b~een at work
collecting the necessary (data for a
working plan for 85.000 ;.res in Polk
and M'onroe counties, Ea.s Tennessee.

This tract is the property t)f '. S. Sen-
ator George Peabody 4'einmore, of
Rhode island, and the tirdber consists
of a wide range of hardwobis. A work-
ing plan has also been mtiade during
the past season lor i tract of
;0.(;0 acres in the Cumiiil.(elaid 0mouin-
tains of T'ennessee. -
In October, 1I898. The |I. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, through its Divis-
ion of Forestry. lirst otfi(red to give
practical assi;ttance to f i .;mers. lunm-
bermen. and others, in the' handling o0
their forest la nl:-. The reslgonse to this
offer was immnii;ale, a d i ti'ree years
private owners 'Of ,ver 4.00,('9 ;cr'-s
of woodland have availe:e, themselves
of the opjportnii-)iy.
In no part of tie coiuntr~ is wider in-
terest being shown in conservative
forest management by private owners.
than in the Southern Statel. U'p to date
the- amount of private L1nds in the
South for which advice in L;andling has
been asked of the Bureaui, is 1,534.000
acres, and a very large ]art of the
work which will be done by the Bureau
for private owners in th4 immediate
future will be in that section.
The industrial develop ent of the

Koa do

Dyspepsia Cure

Digests what ydu eat*

'daP 3


Mis-dv 0 AtroMlY. I MW a"0
I owe my baby' wlie s it
S I earMortly ask all etk wh
ave sicklyeor decat -shwu M )e

reb..' Stades, a. C,

th .AV ff.. !

South on all sides during the last ten
years has been remarkable, but no
single industry has made greater
strides than the lumber business. This
is not surprising when it is considered
that the Southern States contain a
greater percentage of forest area than
any other section of the United States.
The South has become a very import-
ant factor in the lumber markets of
the world, not only through its wealth
of forests, but from the fact that it has
unusually good transportation facili-
ties. In reaching the home markets
Southern lumbermen have the advan-
tage of a number of excellent railroad
systems to handle their products and
such important-seaports as Norfolk,
New Orleans, Savannah, Mobile,
Tampa, Charleston and Galveston, pro-
vide outlets through which to reach
the foregin markets.
Within recent years many lumber-
men from the North have been at-
tracted to the Southern fields: the for-
ests of Pennsylvania, Michigan and
Wisconsin having been almost exhaust-
ed, many of the leading woodmen of
those states are now engaged in cut-
ing timber in the South. The forests of
the three states just mentioned were
*once considered inexhaustible, but once
lumbering begins in earnest no forest
area is inexhaustible. The present con-
dition of the forests in many northern-
and eastern States is sufficient evi-
dence on this point.
The South now has a great army of
lumbermen cutting away its forests,
and in spite of their great extent, un-
less the cutting is done on conservative
lines, the day is not far distant when
the conditions now existing in the
North and East will be found there
also. For this reason it is encouraging
to see the interest in practical for-
estry displayed by the owners of pri-
vate timberlands. This tendency to cut
timber conservatively, looking to the
future value of the forests as well as
to present profits must be the safe-
guard. Conservative methods are now
being taken up in the North when al-
most too late, and it will be greatly
to tile credit of the southern lumber-
men if they begin the protection of
their forests in time; taking to heart
the--sad experience of people in other
In addition to more than a million
and a half acres of'private forest land
in the South, the Bureau of Forestry
has requests for the handling of more
than 2,500,00 acres in other sections.
Added to this are nearly 50,000,000
acres of United States forest reserves
and State lands, for which the Bureau
is askeu for technical assistance from
time to time.
Not only have the people through-
out the country shown interest in prac-
tical forestry, but Congress at its last
session so far recognized the import-
ance of the government's work in this
line as to raise the Division of Forestry
to the rank of a Bureau. The annual
appropriation was also increased from
$88,520 in 1900 to $185.440 in 1901. Still
the demands upon the Bureau continue
to greatly outstrip its resources.

Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 7, 1879.
l)r. C. .I. Mov-r:IrT-DI)ear Sir: I can-
not too strongly recommend your
TEETHINA (Teething Powders) to
mothers as one of the best medicines
they can obtain for their debilitated
and sickly infants. I have used it with
very satisfactory results the past sum-
mer with my child, and while we have
theretofore lost a child or two from

teething under other remedies, our pre-
sent child, that has taken TEETHINA,
is a fine, healthy boy. I am, very re-
A. P. BROWN, .1.. D.
SHi other of U. S. Senator and Ex-
Gov. Joseph E. Brown.

Capain Pickett.

T MISQUOTED. hanus with his old friends here thls
morning. We are always glad to rel-
Answers Article in the come George in our midst
Mr. Don Kelly, of %lyatville, *Ga..
hicola Times. is visiting his wife's father. Donthas
l ^ 8 M1 S1f

The Tallahasseean of Nov. 1st, con-
tained an interview wita Captain J.
R. Pickett, of Carrabelle, under the
caption, "Carrabelle a Port" The
Apalachicola Times comes out and says
that the Tallahasseean misquoted Cap-
tain Pickett. The following letter will
explain the situation:
"Carrabelle, Nov. 12, 1901.
"Editor Tallahasseean:-The Apa-
lachicola Times says that I wNs mis-
quoted in the Tallahasseean of Nov.
1st, in the artcile headed, 'Carrabelle
a Port.'
"The Times says that the sum spent
at West Pass was $20,000, instead of
$10,000. That I will concede to be the
fact, but I will stand pat -on everything
else in the article. The Times has it,
"and not one cent for Carrabelle." The
Tallahasseean reads, "And not one cent
for East Pass, the entrance to Carra-
Now if the $10,000 which was spent
at the mouth of Carrabelle river is to
be considered, let the sum of the total
appropriations from time to time,
which, I think will amount to about
$22000 against (according to reliable
information) over $200,000 spent at the
(cut) mouth of the Apalachicola rivei
be considered also.
The Times says that if by giving
Carrabelle five pilot commissioners.
five county commissioners, the cus-
toms house, and court house, ,they
could secure deep water they would
willingly do so.
Carrabelle simply asks for her
rights-a Board of Pilot Commission-
ers, whose members are in harmony
with the interests of nie port. As to
those other necessary adjuncts, they
will in due time be located in their
natural position at Carrabelle.

A puny child is always an anxiety iu
the parents. There seems generally no
reasons why the little onq should Ih
weak when it is so well fed. But the
fact is that it do.,s not matter how
much food the child takes if the stom-
ach cannot extract, the nourishment
from it. No be',efit can be derived from
just eating. The stomach and organs
of digestion and nutrition are not do-
ing their work, and the body is really
starving. It is little use to give fish
foods, like cod liver oil or emulsions,
in such a case, because these also have
to be digested; they may lighten the
stomach's labor but they don't
strengthen it. Strength is what the
stomach needs. Dr. Pierec's Golden
Medical Discovery strengthens the
stomach, nourishes the nerves and in-
creases the action of the blood making
glands. It is superior to every other
preparation for children's use, on ac-
count of the body building qualities,
and also because it is pleasant to the
taste and contains no achohol, whis-
key or other intoxicant. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets are a valuable aid
when the bowels are irregular. They
are small. Children take them readily.

many friends nere who are ai .a,
glad to meet him.
after a long storm is a feeling of re-
lief when an obstinate, pitiless eold
has been driven away by Allen's Iung
Balsam. Only people who have een
cured of throat-ache and sore lung4 by
this remedy can quite realize what: the
feeling is. There is no opium in the
Balsam; its good effect is radical ind
lasting. Take a bottle home to-day.'
After meals you should have simply
a feeling of comfort anu satisfaction.
You should not feel any special i$di-
cations that oigestion is going o0. If
you do, you have indigestion, wlich
means not-digestion. This may beathe
beginning of so many dangerous $is-
eascs, that it is best to take it in h.nd
at once and treat it with Shaker Dives-,
tive Cordial. For you know that ipdi-
gestion makes poison, which causes
pain and sickness. And that Shaker Di-
gestive Cordial helps digestion nd
cures indigestion. Shaker Digestive
Cordial does this by providing the'di-
gestve materials in which the %ick
stomach is wanting. It also tones up nd
strengthens the digestive organs and
makes them perfectly healthy. Thif is
the rationale of its method of curet as
the doctors would say. Sold by d ig-
gists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle

To, Florida, Cuba, Savannah, Cnm-
den, Southern Pines and Pinehugst.


Are Off on a Hunt for Big Game-Per-
sonal and Other Mention.
Woodville. Nov. 12.-Mr. Lonnie
Williamson, who has been absent for
quite a while, is visiting his father.
Rev. S. C. Revel occupied the plulpit
Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist
church. He preached a very impres-
sive sermon on Sunday to a large and
attentive congregation.
Mr. Knight Howard, who is in the
employ of the T. S. E. R. R., spent
Sunday at home with his family and
friends. Knight is an energetic, thor-
ough-going young business man, and
is worthy the confidence of his em-
ployers. His many friends hope for
him success in the future.
.1. L. Robison, P. D. Lewis, Bil!ie
Clemons and others are off on a several
days' hunt in the Pinhook country.
Mrs. Fannie Sauls, of Tallahassee, is
spending this week with her mother.
Mrs. Flora Pesmith, of Pinhooks. i.
visiting her parents here tlijs week.
Mr. Johnson, representing the Hop-
kins Shoe company, of Kentucky, was
here yesterday. lHe left an order with
Mr. Lewis.
Mr. Mitchell, -representing A. B. Hull,
of Savannah, was here yesterday.
Mr. George Footman is shaking


The Best Known nd Most Extensive-
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the World.
The great advance in methods and
facilities for manufacturing and dis-
tributing commodities of daily use, and
the vast opportunity which this coun-
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popularity and sale of any article
which is in a considerable degree
superior to what has heretofore been
supplied, is strongly illustrated in the
phenomenal achievements of The
Thos. G. Plant Company, who are now
known throughout this country and,
in fact, all over the civilized world, as
the makers of the famous "Queen
Quality Shoe," which has recently been
awarded the Gqld Medal at the Pan-
American Exposition at Buffalo.
Beginning about throe years ago
with the theory that a superior shoe,
combining all of the essentials of the
finest footwear, could be produced at
a cost that would permit its being re-
tailed at $3.00 a pair, the makers of
the Queen Quality Shoe have fully
demonstrated the soundness of their

Beautiful Thoughts
The sweet, pure breath of tie balhe is s e-
gC.estiveof iiiinm -(i-i "rid hi-tl. Som chil-
dren areas lilit: nl7, tl i-at 4. l tl iii(< -st
fower, so:ie are strong anid bright, some are
frail and si, ky.
A inmother's yearning for children is insep-
arable from a love:ot tle e l,-it(;ul, a,'. it
behoovte-s every woinan to tr;n tl:.-he swt-t-
est influence to !,eir on the subject of her
To make easy that period whe-n ife is
born again,

Mother's r
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administ--;e and f',r ext:i .,. ,.
No risk, no sexl:rinirt, i:: ... 'pa':n
reliever and haruji,.;.
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Winter excursion tickets were pla :ed
on sale to resort points on this lin' in
North and South Carolina. Geotia
and Florida, on October 15th, and *ill
remain on sale during the season. ICx-
ceptionally low rates are in effect guis
year to Pinchurst and Southern PiOies.
N. C., Camden, S. C., Savannah., a..
and all points in Florida and Cuba.
To reach any of these points, the r-
vice of the Seaboard Air ,ine Ruilv.,iy.
"Capital City Rouite," will be fonld
the uest and nr)sl. attractive. In aq(li-
tion to the superior service now .p-
erated, it is: announced that riVfe
cars will be lltC(l in service on h
Washingtor-Atlauta Line about Nov-
vember 1st, and on the Florida Li.ves
about January 1st. 1902. Following
this the Floridla & Metropolitan Lingit-
ed will be inaugurated al.-out Januitry
15th, 1902. with sumptuous appol it-
ments and superb equipment., incld-
ing dining and club cars, constituting
it beyond a doubt, a peer of any t rin
in the world. ,
The service of the Seaboard Air
Line Railway to Cuba is most attrac-
tive. Its Cafe car service and mony
other features present advantages c(an-
mending it to the favorable attention
of all travelers.
See that your Winter Tourist tickets
read via the Florida & West In1ia
Short Line, Seaboard Air Line RtIl-


Army Officer Was Mysteriously Ife-
lieved of $4,800 in Bills. "
A press dispatch from Pensacqla
says that Paymaster Stevens arri d
in that city from Atlanta Saturdafy.
Before leaving the Georgia capital he
placed in a hand satchel $200 in silhr
and $4,800 in paper money, for the pvr-
pose of paying the several hundred
artillery men at Fort Barancas apd
McRea their salaries for the past
month. When he reached Pensacc4a
he opened the grip and found that 411
the paper money had been abstracte,
and that only the $200 in silver i-


An Ingenious Treatment ny Whith
Drunkards are Being Cured Daily.
in Spite of Themselves.

No Noxious Doses. No Weakening pf
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It is now generally known a
understood that Drunkenness is a d
ease and not weakness. A body fill
with poison and nerves complete y
shattered by periodical or constant u e
of intoxicating liquors, requires i n
antidote capable of neutralizing a d
eradicating this poison, and destroy -
ing the craving for intoxicants. Si-
ferers may now. cure themselves t
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from business by this wonderful
"HOME GOLD CURE," which h s
been perfected after many years i f
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directions of this wonderful discovery
is positively guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Out records show tl
marvelous transformation of tho-
sands of -irunkards into sober, ij-
dustrious aid upright men.
This remedy is in no sense a nostrul
but is a specific for this disease on.
and is so skillfully devised and pr
pared that i is thoroughly soluble a
pleasant to he taste, so that it can
given in a Vup of tea or coffee wit
out the knowledge of the person ta*
ing it Thousands of drunkards ha*
cured themselves with this priceleo:u
remedy, and' as many more have been
cured and made temperate men by
having the "CURE" administered by
loving friends and relatives without
their knowledge in tea or coffee, a4d
believe to-day that they discontinued
drinking of their own free will. DO
NOT WAIT. -Do not be deluded by apl
parent and misleadin, imnrnwvaPma,*-.


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all else fa Is.

The Rev C. F WEl,~itv1~~.
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.cel for tlie gooi deriveil from it I UC
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tornieittng di-ca-c. ,, ,~ ullad
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Rev. Dr. Morris Wedislcr.

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Aater haviung it caraiulls- a uzfl.. .
-thait Asthitalene vo0i1taill- IF it., ti l~ti~
ch'oroforui or ethe-r. V'ery truh j .
hev. Dr.NOtt- -~U

Avio, SPRI-xio. .N. 'Y.,.:I
DR. TA~rr Iits. M vDi'I'NF. Co.:
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Events of



Interest t4 the Tallahas-
seean Reiers.

Rev. Mr. Quarterbai2m is conducting
an interesting tent melting at Madison.

Alabama's new constitution has
been adopted by a majority of 25,000
to 30,000.

The total vote in tlO recent election
in the of Ohio s less than that
cast for president'in (388.

The big Georgia State Fair is now on
in Savannah, and ii attracting im-
mens crowds of sight seers.

Alexander Seaman iras been arrest-
in New York charge( with a series of
stuck swindling operations.

El Tiempo, a clerical organ published
in the City of Mexic is bitter in its
attacks on the United States.

The Pan-American Congrees in ses-
sion in the City of Mexico, has ad-
journed for a twy weeks' recess.

Weary women ne d an occasional
dose of Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Med-
icine to strengthen thiir nerves and in-
vigorate their systerns.

The People's Balk, of Bainbridge,
has been reorganize under the name
of the First Nationil Bank of Bain-

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

The Cramps, of ljhiladelphia, ha-"e
laid the keel for t e new fighting
cruiser for the Turk ~h government. It
will be of 3,200 tons Isplacement.

The projected tre ty of cession of
the Danish West In ies to the United
States, is not advan-ing as rapidly as
some of its friends ould like to see.

Jerry McClellan, jvho it is alleged
was cut in the stom ih by 0. P. Smith,

Women as f'lell as Men

Are Made Miserable by

Kidney Trouble.


Kidney trouble A press dispatch from Plant City
Kidney trouble preyI upon the mind, dis- says that Col. J. H. Howe, general
courage and lessens a bition; beauty, vigor manager of the Central Florida and
,apd cheerfulness soon Gulf Coast Railway company, has es-
Sdsappear when the kid- tablished his headquarters there, and
w ys are out of order has begun operations to construct the
Kidney trouble has line from that city to Boca Grande har-
S Kiney troublent bor. The work will be pushed as fast
l_ me so prevalent as possible. The line is located and
Sa* t it is to buom on staked to the Alafla river, ten miles
S flicted with weak kid- south. The right of way being secured,
r1Ys. If the child urin- tie cutting and grading will be com-
t6o often, if the menced at once, and forty miles will
.urine scalds the flestgor if, when the child be operation by March 1, n-ext.
reaches an age whe it should be able to -
control the passage, 5t is yet afflicted with A VILLAGE BLA'. KSMITH SAVED
bed-wetting, depend ipon it, the cause of HIS LITTLE SON'S LIFE.
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first I Mr. H. H. Black, the well-known vil-
step should be towa4ds the treatment of lage blacksmith, at Grahamstown, Sul-
these important organ s. This unpleasant livan co., N. Y., says: "Our little son,
trouble is due to a di ased condition of the five years old, has always been subject
kidneys and bladder Vrd not to a habit as to croup, and so bad have the attacks
most people supposed, been that We have feared many times
Women as well af men are made mis- that he would die. We have had the
erable with kidney And bladder trouble, docLor and used many medicines, but
and both need the same great remedy. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is now
The mild and the immediate effect of our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve
Swamp=Root is so realized. It is sold the tough mucus and by giving fre-
by druggists, in fift- quent doses when the croupy symptoms
cent and one dolalr .'-.,- r.a ,,pear we have found that the dread-
sizes. You ma hay aa """-' croun is cured before it gets set-
safr.ple bottle by mid tied." There is no danger in giving this
free, alo pamphlet tl- nom of swamnp-Root. re.medy for it contains no opium or
jng ill about it, in luding many of the other injurious drug and may be given
thousand. of testiirnial letters received .. confidently to a babe as to an adult.
from sufferers cured.- In writing Dr. Kilmer a l Iy Wight & Bro. and all med-
& C.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and For sale by Wight & Bro. and all ed-
mention this paper. icine dealers.


The Illit signedd, having assumed charge of the Kempez
Stables, solicit the patronage of his friends and the public

Fin Stock,

j Fancy Turnouts
^ ---AND---
Courteous A tention Combined with Liberal Treatment
Will be .our claim upon the public for patronage.
Careful attention given to winter visitors and hunt-

.p s

ReIl Estate Agency,


200,000 aces of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Weso
Florida, in trac4 ranging from a quarter section to fifteen thousand acres



No. 640-ToH W Demlily. a-ulary...... |
11 Miss Hennie Cli..i:t-.....
6C, M A t '<,t"lotU- .. ...........
643 Maru.a iEpsp........ ......
644 C M Brevard ..........
64".'5 J i' Motitgomery ..........
s. Mrs 0 L% .uider,,in ......
047 Mr5 o L Anders n ..........
6tS Ellen (.loma ti.-...........
,1 6i6 MaulI lF'en.. ......
63&0 Marnic Ste% art...........
i65 Frank HarLt-:i ld.......
t3i EU EC ppes ................
W- 13 G.ssie 1 erring .........
(54 Fannie Wil.-oni.........
6(& ( l0 a Page........ ... ......
K56; B F Maxwell ...... ,..
657 W II fVrouvtnee..........
6a8 A EE e<;(.r, .... ..........
C.5) P.Iuline ( o'ta .. .. ......
;60 Lilla -mitl.h...... .....
(i(1 Vitanice Ma. t-iS ........
66W II P Wit4idb.-try........ "
o,43 Ellen Alitrp ............
Grit (; Kii.It p.............
665, .Icnie .-Moore ... .....
i; o(Ira Ward.................
6i7 1 .1 Browni, salary...... .
(U Flirexice l:ouell .....
6(i! hvelynii Woo)ten...........
7670 May Miller................
671 hl r.uI g ......... .
t672 i, W '
6;73: K:- e Sulliv .1.. ............
674 Leitora ., ill ams .. ......
67 J G Ki'e ......... ..
676 FG Jolihnson...........
677 C'hr-Ai>e inith .. .. ...
678 J H Forb-sr...............
67, l Ca Bikeryn.................
68O E W % vai .. .......
W1 1 J I Vraier...............
G6t Lilla Ity 1.................
iKI Eliza Ferre n-l..............
6S4 A A t.arr tl ...........
6ts5 L W Taylor................
(8t; H-Lsty .Jis.kins ..........
OX7 Mary ; arr.... ..........
(sy8 t ha>r<'ie (;a-dicr .......
6h) E SEd-.arsttr ............ .
6 E10 11 (; Edu-ar s..... ...
0l) Ethel .JOinls..................
692 A L Sheird ...........
t6Ei J II ':troman ...............
14 P 1, 1 otsd-imer...........
6(%i C DIictiaid-on. ..........
C!)B M A Ltne,an ..............
W-7 Emm: Reed ...........
69" Delia Kni'ht ... ........
W9 M A Wiitaker.............
7(10 Iaura l'att, r-on..........
701 R 1R Patt',rson.............
702 E J attaway...............
70t3 AE Walis .................
704 Celiai Moorer ............
705 M BIo .g ........ .....
706 Amelia Berry..............
707 GeoMcGrift...............
7-8 Mamie Reed..............
709 R A .e(urif...... .........
710 Ellen Johnson.............
711 FJ Baker.............. ...
712 M R Baker.................
713 Fannie Bithewood.........
714 E Hendermon.. ........
715 Gilbert Hartsfield, bldg,..
716 C V Hamlin...............
717 W J Johnson, conveying
pupils ..............
718 WJ Hartsfl-ld wood ....
719 Jasper Wooten, repairs,..
720 Henry Duhart, Janitor
Leon Academy..........
721 R W Owens, board of pu-
pils.. ................
722 Glimore & Davis Co., sup-
plies.. ..................
723 A M Norman, cleaning
rounds ... ....... ..
724A Talaasee Water Works
Company..... ... ..
725 Ballemilly & Co., sup-
lies .. ................
726 L Yaeger. supplies......
72' E W Clark, supplies.......
728 Thos J Perkins & SUcs,
interest ................
729 Dick Mickens, work on
Leon Academy.........
780 Tallahassee Racket Co.,


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on Wednesday of last week at Madi-
son, died at his home in that c.,.y
Sunday morning.

Gibson Easton, representative of two
large firms in Manila, and who was
expelled from Samar on a charge of
dealing with the insurgents, will be ar-
rested and given a trial.

Gen. Uribe Uribe, the Venezuelan
rebel, has been interviewed in his fast-
ness in the Cordilleras mountains. It
is likely that he will secure a type-
writer as soon as possible.

A dispatch from Lisbon says that a
Portugese gunboat has seized the
American schooner, Nettie and Lottie,
for clandestinely conveying 26 emi-
grants who were trying to avoid mili-
tary service.

The municipal council of Havana has
decided by a vote of 10 to 8 to accept
the bid of S. P. McGivney and R. T.
Rockby, of Jersey City, which is $10,-
393,015, for the H-avana sewerage and
paving contract.

Sheriff Cook and Deputy Sheriff Wil-
liams, of Topeka, Kans, were captured
Sunday afternoon by two escaped con-
victs from the Fort Leavenworth mili-
tary prison. They were held prisoners
in a farm house.

General Lukban, the Filipino leader
in the island of Samar, has sent a mes-
sage to General Smith, declaring he
will not listen to negotiations for sur-
render until all the Americans have
withdrawn from the Gandara Valley.

"Boots" Durnell, the American jock-
ey and trainer, has been disqualitied.
for life by the Paris Jockey Club, on
the ground that he deliberately re-
mained at the post at St. Cloud, Oc..
28, when he rode Londres in the Prix
de Marley le Roi.

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 'lallahassee Drug Co.

Hiram Secor, one of the Hotel Al-
cazar electricians at St. Augustine,
was found dead at his post in the
dynamo-rooms early Monday morning.
Dr. J. K. Riney .was immediately sum-
moned, and after a careful examina-
tion he stated that the cause of death
was heart disease.

There is probably no disease more
distressing and annoying than piles.
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 cents in bottles.
Tubes 75 cents. Wight & Bro.

A- remarkable climax in the Schley
trial was reached Wednesday afternoon
and through the power of Capt. Ray-
ner's eloquence on behalf of Rear-Ad-
miral Schley women fainted, the court
and accused wept and at the close the
members of the court and tae Judge
Advocate himself as well as the specta-
tors rushed forward to congratulate
counsel and client-an unprecented ac-
tion in such trials. Here is the perora-
tion to this wonderful speech of three
"I have now briefly presented this
case as it appears to me in its general
outline. Such a trial as this has never,
to my knowledge, taken place in the
history of the world. It seemed to my
mind that this case had hardly opened
with the testimony of Captain Higgin-
son before it commence to totLer, and
from day to day its visionary fabric
dissolved from view.
"When Captain Cook, their last wit-
ness, was put upon the stand, the en-
tire structure collapsed, an, now when
the witnesses from our own ships and
the gallant captain and crew o0
Oregon and Admiral Schl-y have nar-
rated their unvarnished tale, thire whole
tenement, with all its compartments,
from its foundation to its turret, has
disintegrated, and lies like a mass of
blackened ruins.
"It has taken three years to reveal
the truth. There is not a single witness,
friend or foe, that casts the shadow of
a reflection upon the honored name of
the hero of Santiago. He has never
claimed the glory of that day. No word
to this effect has ever gone forth from
him to the American people. The vali-
ant Cook, the hcroic (lark, the lam'rt-
ed Philip, the intrePid and undaunted
Wainwright, and all the other captains,
and every man at every gun, and every
soul on board of every ship are equal
participants with Admiral Schley in
the honor wrought upon that immortal
day. We cannot strike down his figure
standing upon the bridge of the Biook-
lyn, his ship almost alone receiving
the entire fire of the Spanish foe, until
the Oregon, as if upon the wings of
lightning, sped into the thickness of
this mortal carnage. "God bless the
Oregon!" was the cheer that rang from
deck to deck. And on they went, twin
brothers in the chase, until the last
gun was fired from the Cristobal Colon
and the despoLic colors of Spain wvre
swept from the face of ner ancient pos-
sessions. 'Well done, congratulate you
on the victory,' was the streamer thf.t
was bent from the halyard of the
Brooklyn, and from that day to this
no man has ever heard from Admiral
Schley the slightest whisper or intima-
tion that he had usurped the glo y of
that imperishable hour. The thunders
of the Brooklyn as she trembled on tb<
waves have been discordant music to
the ears of envious foes, but they have
pierced with a ringing melody the ears
of his countrymen and struck a respon-

Monthly Financial Statement. Board of Pub
he Instruction of Leon County, Florid i,
fir October, 1901.

To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: first t soak the corn r bunion
in warm water to soften it, ien pare
it uown as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply ,hamber-
lain's Pain Balm twice daily1 rubbing
vigorously for five' minutes a teach ap-
plication. A corn plaster should be
worn for a few days, to protect it from
the shoe. As a general lin o ent for
sprains, brinses, lameness an l rheum-
atism, Pain IDalmr is unequmed. For
sale by Wight & Bro. aid all medicine

An Ordinance Levying a Sprcial Tax
for Wat. r rd'J Fire Protction.
11., it i.Cg:.l t' C. f t :.i it iM (i y ,of
: ll-.' -s :'*: '.' ,,
,,,-ti it :4t t hir e ::nd .in iha:lf C ;)
=.i s av V o.i it-,, ;i ll ti xai;tne r e t,)f(t ,'t. lli
th .>r at.I; ..i t <>t ioi" I'y I- .ri .- .or 'A : r :ili l,'r, i r1 t- rr.ti t for the
\ ..r in' t l-'i t1.Ui1li. I! .ll I two ( \'. s- J.
I ;a-: d< ( it tl l ,'io ,x'r ,1 Ilr.ii" !.
('i edi) |". F r.\V -It, .;.
Pres Ar rove'l :
(.<:guud) It lI. GOi MAN. P
Oct. ler 25, 1901. ,
Atte-t: A. 1l. WVtLl.lAM- .
:.--It Citv Clerl
Notic- of Dissolutio"
fr' WJli) iT \Y ('ON(CERl Notice is
I hlir't'-t gi- n th I' the p:rir es-llip lheruto-
tir' existii1g- ,t tier th fir-ni natrn'of DHiwval &
Hall, pripirietoiEr .I Panacea Miniral Springs,
hitel ,et, W; o 0 1 tne iir-t of (I lber. A. 1.
Iqol, di'solvetl by inutuizl consen T'Ihe busi-
ne-s will be continued by IIF Hall, pro-
plrietorl. Rlesiec ftly,
Tif 7H. IIALL.

A A V*tMAMgg


To raise goo fruit

you must have potash.

Fertilizers coS1ainin1

Mark Twain'


G. C. Clemens, of Tope a,
Kan., the no- r
ted constitu-
tional lawyer, jr
who bears so
striking a re- i
semblance to
Mark Twzin,
(Samuel B.
Clemens) that S
he is frequent-
original Mark, G. C. Clemns.
is a man of deep intellect and
wide experience. He is won-
sidered one of the forernost
lawyers in this country. In re-
cent letter to the Dr. A'les
ledicda Co., Mr. Clemens sys:
"'er nt l exveritnce and o.r-.
vatii: :-., t ,,-, i '.uh vs t .,l;:::d m,( t;:.'i
LDr. i .- -:e: c t.ia':s t:::c r :.t,,
a i- i txcelleint or what it is rei-om-
mLded." '
AMr. Norr:tii W\: tr;p, Sup. Pres. Tink-
er,' Society, Chica-o, kays:

fa -nes 1
nr, inv-l. '. 'e for h'cad~c!e a all
Fain. I1 :.1: ~ crn :a 1(.t 1 uikcr rrlmrn

c:irrv t '(.;i an"d prevent rccu:rruiT at-
tcs.'s iv t .!:,;:. ; Aill when the t mp-
tomis first ap.;r"
L.-' I.- all Druggists.*
Price, 25c. per Box. !
Dr. Mi!cs rlcdical Co., ElkhartAnd.

Levying a tax for the General Expen.-fs
of the City Government of the City
of Tallahassee. Florida, for the Year
ie it rwdained hy the City Counmcil of the City of
TaUlahassee. Firhla:
Section 1. lhat nine and one-quarter (gy4)
mills be levied upon all taxable property within
the corporate limits of the tity of 'I allahanee,
Florida. lor the (Geeral Flxpeins ol the City
Governimt.nt tor the year nineteen hun.
dred- and two (19N2); Provided. how-
ever. That the levy of the above tax.
in so far as the same is to pay the expenses of
lighting the city. shall rot be taken as indica-
ting any purl|-e to u-e gas for any particular
time and hall not, in any wise. s ffect the right
of the city to stop using gas at any time.
F'a-.ed City Council October 24, 1i!tl.
(Signed) F. W. AitMSTONKO.
President ( ity Council.

ate Under oetia 36, Chapter 4116, LaM
of larida,(1893.)
Showing the amount of taxes charged to the
Tax Collector of Leon county. Florida, to bl
collected for the current year 19O. anod tbe
apportionment of the same to the severe
runds for which -uch taxes have bbeen levied
Including poll ta with county school fund.
Total tuz for year 1900. including
Poll tax (i0.1) ............. 24,992 09
Anm't collected and paid to Oct.
23, 1.o1 .................. 24,992 09
General revenue...... ............$ 7,Y301 8
Amount collected and paid to (ct
23. 10l.......................... 7,301.96
Fines, forfeitures................... 2,808 21
Amount collected and ipail to (J't.
1901 .. ............. 2,808'"21
Bridges. culverts. etc....... 2.24 67
Amount collected and paid to Oct.
2:. 19*)1 .......... ..... .2.24667
County Schools. including, .. q... 12,6 35
Amount erllected and paid (Oct.
:., 19i)n............. ......... 12,8., Z 355
Atttet: Co'Ncii. A. BRYAN.
Clerk Circuit Court .eon County, Florida.

"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and find
it to be a great medicine," says Mr. E.
S. Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. "It cured me
of bloody flux. I cannot speak too high-
ly 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
make it a favorite everywhere. For sale
by Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-

Notice of Final Discharge.
' apply to the countyy Judge of I con county.
Florida. lor a discharge from the administr.tor-
Ship o0 the e tatitil Newton J. ito--, deceased.
June 27, '101.
S. W A. ScAPi-luao<;n,
Adnini-tratorsIhe lieet't of NuwtonJ ito.<,
18 oamm..n

Money refunded if it ever fails.


-.' ...., .Hoain.o quantity. -- B<,^.t r ,-Hity. /

r 2 Years Has Led aU Worm Remedies
.-re_-. by--'-, JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Loui.
ev~ .*

-'1_ '

~ ~

Tenths i

'of Pure Juices from aturaI Roots.

a the DEGULATES the Liver. Stomach and Bowels,

I People Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.

Suffer ;iURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,

from a Weak Stomach and impaired Digestion.

Di sea.x.d Every Bottle 6 arted to Give St.isoactioa.
IVr ic-!, Z. 0
Prnared by JAMIES F. BALLARD, St Louis, Mo.
The Larges au~ l--tNOR~~h

ftDfesZ 15, 1 alfrds.


Office over Moginnis"' Store.
Callb answered prouip-ly iight and day.

Phone 110.

The Largest and 0ost Cmplel

Estallishecnt Sonth,

GEOp S' ACI R & Son

i)t. E. M. UiEVAio

*1 E). W. WALKER'
Office over Capital City Bank,
w!i"; T. MYEI,.-.



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graduate 1894, tOnversity 'arylanad.
Balumore; Post -.(ruate 1893,
fiaskell cboui (Clicago.

g Preservation of Natural Teeth,
told Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
latest a Specialty. (G.s administered.
1- y

Repairs all kinds of Household articles of
everydayy use. Trunks, Bags. Satchels, Locks.
it;. Umbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing Ma-
oanues. Shop on Jefferson Street, near New
'ity Market. Work done on short notice, and
s low ericf b4l 35-tf


Gent's urnishing Goods,

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

Latest Lines of Readable Books,
SCHOOL BooKs, Leading Maga-
zipes, Periodicals and Daily Pa-
pers, always on hand.
akaes uiin a fClflars and Tobacco"




Capit GityLivery, Feed


Double and Single Teams,


Patror re c, limited
.N Satisfaction Guarantied.

j C. TULLY, Proprietor.

Six months after the final publi-.
cation hereof, I will present my final
accounts Dnd vouchers to the County
Judges : Leon County, Florida, and,
ask to be discharged as executrix "
the estate of William Cooper, of ..--on
County, Florida, deceased.
May 9. 190L 11-6m
Credit legatees, distributees, and 'all per.
sons haviM claims or demands against the es,
tate of Th ias J. Roberts, deceased, are hereby
notified thW they must present them within two
years from this the the third Gay of October,
1901, to
Administrator of the Ebtate of Thomas J,
Roberts. 3'2- 8t
T. 5. E. Railroad
Wi run a passenger train every day in the
excenttu .7mfkfl Qjay n h






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(Signed) R. IR GORMAN,
October '25, 1.'I.
Atte-t: A. !i. WILIlAMS,
:.5 ,It City Clcrk.



sive chord at the fireside ou every
American home. And what more nill which has been reveled in
this case, as matchl'ess as is his courage
and as unstllied as is his hono4 is this
l:e2ut;ful character and mne generous
spirit that aniim; rs his soul, nd the
forgiving h;::;rt that beats wvihin his
ibosom. Yes, we c',not str...e hifi down.
Erect he starnd.s :!: the McGregfr when
his eye was on the reak of ften Lo-
mond. His country does not ,Aant to
strike biinm dov.wn, nor cast a bir upon
the pure escut(heon of nis gonorcd
name. P
"For three long years he ha siffer-
rd, and n-owv, thank God. the h ir of his
vindication has come. W .n cojposure,
with resignation, wihti suprune and
unfaltering fortitude, he aw its the
judgment( of this illustrious ribunal,
and when that deliverance ( mes he
can, from the high and exalte% position
that he occiuie3, look down ipon his
traducers and maligners andwith ex-
ultant pride exclaim:
"'I care rot for the venomous gossip
of clubs and of drawing room and cli-
ques and cabals and the poisoned
shafts of envy and of malice I await,
under the guidance of divine Provi-
dence, the verdict of posterity.' "

Ing Bnlldcrs




SECRETARY Gage is having another 0end your children every day, if pos-
*whack at the Treasury surplus. He is bible Now is their opportunity to se-
.buying bonds, when those who offer aure an education, and the chance
them meet his own views. Perhaps he should not be permitted to go by. The
thinks he won't have a'chance to buy Fommunity is judged by its schools, its
any bonds after Congress gets a chance hnrches, its public highways and by
;at the surplus. its newspapers. It is your duty to help
S11 of these institutions.
THE Georgia Legislature has passed You want your children to receive a
:a bill prohibiting the sale of "coffin food education? Then take an interest
tacks," yclept cigarettes, in that State. in the work of your teachers. Help
Why stop there? Tobacco and paper them in the school, and ask them to
tfor the manufacture of these pernicious ielp you in the neighborhood. You
little brain-killers will still be sold, Want your children to become model
sand the boys will continue to smoke citizens and Christians? Then send
cigarettes. 1hem to church and Sunday school. You
*ant them to become intelligent mem-
Miss Stone is still a prisoner in the r .ety ble to converse on all
hands of the Burgarian Brigands. Uncle e topis of society, able then subscribe
:Sam should at once pay the ransom topics of t day? Then subscribe
and then send a squadron with Ad-or your county papers, and as many
miral Schley In command to collect the rs as you are able to be as good
.n. want your county paper to be as good
amount, with all necessary expenses, .s the best, just heip it along all you
from the authorities ,responsible for n. If you know anything that would
Ahe outrage n. If you know anything thatwould
e outrage rove of interest to the general public

-Sa~atoe-Dumont, the young Brazilian nd It to the editor or reporter. The
aeronazt, has been awarded the prize paper is aneducationalInstitution.
f 190000 franks for his dirigible, or deserves your patronage.
ateerable balloon. He successfully ac- The Talnphmesn believes in higher
mplihed the feat of starting from education, and would like to educate
ou g d e f e people along the same line. Now,
_- _m1Hmm,__i nd .. _D_ noae our readers in the country.

for It; read It; write for It and It will-
telp you to build up your schools and 1
Inryour county. f ATI 0 e Y
In your labors for the cause of edou-m E


INE W Y 'AlLIUAS AN them from making a revision of the
a *tariff a political issue, but I do not
Lanna *f pFlowe.. believe the Republicans will do It The
**--- result will probably be that the Dem-
SS 9he EverF lnAT, at the Osce. icrats of different views will unite on c
llMbee Florida thatht issue and fight upon it to a party
0i*om (one year) .. .. .1.00 LOOvictory." .

Tallahassee has a bright future In t
A laper without an editorial opinion store. It is beginning to take on new
Ja- k an egg without salt--not very life, and is bound to grow. The atten-
tion of people in all parts of the cou-i-
Teddy always was a star grand stand try is being directed this way. They
player, but his recenL ease steal on a want homes where all the condition for
toni tip shows that he took snap judg- success are favorable. They have been
ment attracted by our delightful climate.
S This bringing in of new settlers is
The Interstate Commerce Commis- bound to result advantageously to
sion Is after the Chicago railroads for 'Leon county, as it will eventually
violatingg the Interstate Commerce and cause to be opened up to cultivation
aUti-trust laws. thousands of acres of valuable lands
orman will take Wellington's lace now lying idle. But we want to be on
Sni ild States Se ington's placr from the alert, and, extend the glad handI
dM any Republicans will Mary- to all desirable settlers. Don't hold
tManyepublicans will rejoice to aloof from them, because their com-
al of of c oi
ar the changing will induce others to come.
It is said in Washington circles that \ Tallahassee is one of the mose desir-
President Roosevelt in his coming !able cities in Florida for the home-
ae to Congress will deal win t;seekers. The people are hospitable, the
the trusts in a vigorous manner. :schools are excellent, and stately
churches abound on every side. A more
Croaker denies that he intends to re- -peaceable class of people does not exist
ign uthe leadership of Tammany. Mr. .any where. Our police forde is small
Croker reminds us of the animal that :but efficient. Few arrests are neces-
mever knows when it has enough. sary, as disturbances are not of fre-

Gov. Beckham, of Kentucky, has ad- lquent occurrence. Indeed, it is seldom
dressed a letter to Gov. Durbin, in that a drunken man is seen on our
which he excoriates the Inidana execu- streets.
tive, for refusing to honor. requistion Two new railroads will soon be run-
iapers for Taylor and Finley. ping into the city, and many improve-
ments are now under way. Only a be
THosE Bulgarian briganas do not ginning has been made in the estab-
propose to give Miss Stone her liberty tlishment of manufacturing enterpriseD.
'without the dough. How would it do FWe have machine shops, a good cot-
to send Mrs. Nation over with her lit- Oton market, two cigar factories, one of
tle hatchet. She mig.t be able to res- which employs over one hundred men.
,cue the prisoner. ,and the other twenty-five. The soil of
_1,,-.- Leon county is peculiarly adopted to
"Scoors" do not always pay, and he cui..ti .t
0oo much mouth is frequently injuri- he cultivation of tobacco. under
J The~ Por s m r to te eed is sown. It is cultivated under
,o5 The Portuguese minister to he ds, and the leaf in color, texture
XUnited States has been recalled because nd, and the leaf, ual to the best iure
ahe prematurely announced the death orted Sumatra.
of President McKinley ported Sumatra.
SPresident McKinley. The yield of tobacco is from 59A to
A number of prominent pucs pounds per acre. It brings the
w number of recipro eni t R. h in farmer from fifty cents a pound up.
mar*., a.eip h at. "d n. a *The cost of production is from $75 to

zoce by any other name would smell .100 per acre. Tobacco is not the onl
SA t ,money making crop of Leon county.
as sweet," And free trade by any other $Cotton yields one bale to the acre,
ame would be free trade still. with little fertilization. Sugar cane,
M. C. D. Borden, owner of the Iron cassava, potatoes and other crops
"Works Cotton Mills, at Fall River, .7eld abundantly.
Mass., who attempted to force up wages; In order to build up, Tallahassee
in all the mills oy announcing an in- Ineeds more manufacturing enterprises.
crease of ten per cent., has been forced .The city has been growing recently.
to return to the original scale. 'There are more substantial improve-
Smnents going on now than at any time
The prospectus for a treaty of arbit- during the past twenty years. W
nation and a court of arbitration has nt to keep them going, and take the
been presented to, the Pan-American o ead in the list of progressive cities in
hogress i the ity of Mexico. It e South. In order to do this, it is im-
roposes, to punish any nation which, operative that everybody work together.
after signing a treaty, fails to live up harmony of action is required.'
to it While the past development of tihe

PAPA Zimmerman's haggling over pital city has been extremely gratify-
his son-in-law's debts is likely to have ng, there is no reason to believe that
a bad effect Pretty soon our rich heir- the future does not hold even greater
esses will not be able to capture a scion possibilities. The exact extent of our
,of profligate nobility without putting faciliies has not yet been determined.
'p in advance. Stop it, Papa Zimmer- only a part of our resources have been
:man! a.tilized. Our possibilities are inex-
iaustible, our natural advantages un-
IT was a blow at Crokerism in New 'urpassed. Solid business judgment
York, and not at Democracy. That city jmnd twentieth century enterprise are
is naturally Democratic, and with new- he necessary requirements to make
er and cleaner men to supplant the T'allahassee commercially great.
. 'Tammany bosses, it will again be found
in the.Democratic columns at the next USE THE SCHOOLS
'election. Make good use of your school house.

defiance of tae orders of the bosses will
be another yet-since he has made his
flipflop on the reciprocity treaties, wise
men are not making any positive state-
ments about where he stands on any-

Ohio Republicans went to Washington
a few days ago with a proposition that
the association which has made ar-
rangments to solicit contributions all
over the country to erect a McKinley
Memorial Arch, in Washington, should
stand back and allow the Ohio associa-
tion to get all the contributions for the
erection of a McKinley Monument in
Canton. The argument they used was
that Congress could be induced to ap-
propriate the money for the Washing-
ton Arch, but those interested in the

Itching Skin
Distress by day and night--
That's the complaint of those who
are so unfortunate as to be' afflicted
with Eczema or Salt Rheum-and out-



cation, don't forget your public high-
ways. Good roads are educational.
They help to develop your community
and place you in closer communication
with the outside world. By agitating
the question of good roads you let the
world know you are still alive, and
show yourselves progressive, wide-
awake citizens.
. While working for higher education,
remember that the four most potent
factors are the schools, the churches.
the newspapers and good roads, and
that you should make good use of all of
them all the time.

Mr. Roosevelt has yet to define his
atutude toward the trusts. This is, as
President. As a part of the McKinley
ticket of last year it was, of course
taken for granted that if he did not
favor the Republican record, both
legislature and executive, for the pre-
vious four years, he- did not oppose it.
Then, ths attitude on this or any other
question was unimportant.
Now, it is all -important, because it
may and probably will determine the
attitude of tue Republican majority in
Congress. Schwab, the president of the
steel trust, other big trust magnates,
and Senator Hanna and other trust-
bound Republican Senators and Re-
presentatives have been wrestling with
Mr. Roosevelt, for the purpose of win-
ning him over, if he is not already won
over, to the trust side. Of course, they
are not asking him to declare directly |
for the trusts-they are too shrewd for
that. They are asking him to declare
against any revision of the tariff by
this Congress.
The trust magnates recognize the
danger to their profits that lies in the
proposition to lower the tariff on their
products, and know that if Mr. Roose-
velt declares for a revision of the tariff
that there will be enough votes for it,
including all the democrats, to control
both branches of Congress, notwith-
standing the opposition of the old Re-
publican bosses, who are owned by the
Mr. Roosevelt's declaration in his
message to Congress on the subject of
tariff revision will show unmistakably
whether he is for or against the trusts.
While it is not yet absolutely certain,
the indications point, says a Washing-
ton correspondent, to his coming out
on the side of the trusts.

THE most signiflant political occur-
rence of the week was the booming of
Mr. Roosevelt as a candidate for Pres-
ident in 1904, uy a numowr of Minne-
sota Republicans in Washington, in-
cluding Judge Smery, of Minneapolis.
This indicates that the Fairbanks
boom, which many thought a few
months ago would get the backing of
the McKinley administration, is dead
at home, and that Minensota will not
do the "favorite son" act. But the real
significance of the Roosevelt shouting
at this time is the accompanying de-
mand for tariff reform. That demand
is nothing short of a slap in the faces of
Hanna and other Republican bosses
who have united in saying that there
would be no tariff legislation at the
coming session of Congress. It is also,
perhaps, intended as a hint to Mr.
Roosevelt that the continuation of the
boom is contingent upon his attitude
toward tariff reform. It is well known
that Mr. Roosevelt was personally in
favor of the Babcock reform tariff bill
some ,me ago, but where he stands
now is a horse of another color, and
where he will stand when the tariff re-
formers try to get Congress to act in

ville; tro4 my using it all three of the
druggists ow keep it..
t cw dmy wife of cstarrh wth
whk sb had been troubled for more
t tw e yflive year, and I had been
troubled with it for fifteen yeams. We
are now Htb al right.
"My yongestson had la grippe four
years ago,7nd as he had supposed had
got well, 4 so far recovered that he went
to work. e took a relapse and the
pneumonia set in. He had hemorrhages,
and though we tried everything we
could thi4 of it was to no purpose until
we gave him Peruna. The hemorrhages
stopped, awid he soon got up and is well
and hard t work. We think there is
nothing liwe Peruna."
In a recdt letter Mr. Harden writes:
"We ke) Peruna always in the house,
as it cure us both of catarrh of long

"I hope to live twenty years yet, a
if Peruna helps me in the future as it
has in the past, I don't know why I
can't. The druggists say Peruna is one
of the best selling medicines they haw
in stock."-C. R. HARDEN.
Peruna can be relied upon to cure
slight colds and coughs and other ca-
tarrhal ailments with a promptness that
is unequaled by any other remedy.
If scold has settled in any portion of
the body and produced catarrh, it is gen-
erally thought by people that they must
suffer on. year after year without any
hope of cure. This is not true, however,
Peruna cures such cases. Thousands of
testimonials that can never be used
attest this fact.
Any one wishing free literature oa
this subject should address Dr. ITartUma,
Columbus, Ohio.

a Kent cky, Illinois and New Hampshire of Other
Remarkable Recoveries.
ELGINILL.-In a very recent com- MANCiiHEar; l, N. H.-According to
municatio4 from this place comes the late advices, Miss Blanche L. Rundlett
news tha Mr. Arthur Ernest Kidd, a has made a complete recovery from car
,well-knowi architect of that city, has tarrh of the head which had caused a
made complete recovery from catarrh of chronic running from the ears. Her
the head forn which he had suffered for own statement of the case is as fol
nearly aquarterof century. Hewrites lows:
the following from 18 Hamilton ave.: "I have suffered for several year
am years of age, and have had with catarrh of the head. It finally
at .. .thr halreached my ear, and caused a running
catarrh of te head for over hal of my Having read of Dr. Hartt an'i
life. remedies I immediately wrote, and hi
"I read &f Peruna, and finally decided advised me. To-day I am in betta
to try it tovo months ago. I have now health than I have been for some time
taken se n bottles, and weigh 172 I will gladly recommend Peruna for al
pounds. Never felt happier or merrier. catarrhal diseases."-Miss Blanche L
Feel tip tof."-A. E. Kidd. Rundlett.


latter, having some experience in in- Hon. L Frallegh, Madison; Hon.
during Congress to make that sort of W. H. Mil on, Marianna; Hon. J. E.
appropriation, declined to stand aside Foxworthy Fort Myers.
t. Ohio "I have ten the liberty of designat-
until the Ohio hat was filled. After con- ing the In. J. B. Whitfield, Talla-
ferring it was decided that both as- I hassee, treasurer of the State auxiliary
sociations should go ahead, but that so! committee, to whom all funds collected
far as possible they should avoid ap- should be transmitted. Respectfully'
pearing before the public as rivals for W. S JENNINGS, Governor."
its contributions to a McKinley Monu- OU CONTEST ENDED.
ment fund, although it is not easy to In our 'vting contest, that for the
see now that can be done if both are to ticket to tfe State Fair has ended, the
be actively engaged in soliciting con- vote being' really made smaller than
tributions everywhere. The experience was expect. The winner is Mr. L. E.
in the cases of the Washington and Cohen, st nts contest as before
Grant Monuments show that raising stated, wilt continue until the Christ-
the money for one monument is a big mas holiday. The vote now stands:
task. Its magnitude will not be lessen- MOST (POPULAR STUDENT.
ed by trying to raise the money for two Miss L E. axv'ell .... .... .... 230
monuments to the same men. Miss Ber Meginniss........ 171
Miss Eunic Rawls ............ 26
Miss Elise avis.... .. ...... 3
Rear Admiral Schley's friends are Miss Hellene James....... .." 13
determined that his case shall go be- Francis Beuregard Carter 3
fore Congress no matter what the re- Gaston Da ..... .... .... ...... 22
port and recommendations of the Court Mi* Mmrik *reIr~a.............. 5
of Inquiry, which it is now said are Miss Lucil% Saxon ........ .... 4
not likely to be made inside of two Mi ss Daisypears .... .... .... 5
At" Ia-ry u2..... ....
or three weeks, may be. If they are B. A. Megi ri-s, Jr............... 1
strongly favorable to Schley, as he and Miss Che 1 ilson ...... ...... 4
his friends have a right from the evi- Miss Maggie Hinson .......... 2
dence to expect Congress will be ask- Mr. Ross B ant .... .... ...... 23
ed to promote him to the grade of Ad- M OSSIPOPULAR PERSON.-
miral-although he is now on the re- H. E. Palmr .... .. ...... ....
tired list as Rear Admiral. Congress B. M. Bron ............ ......29
can do this, if it sees fit; and if they are S. C. Jame ..... ............ 17
in any way unsatisfactory, Congress W.Munro" cIntosh........ .. 8
will be asked to investigate the whole C. F. Cogs.p I............. 11
business. Julius Ball .... .. ........ 3
John McDolgall, Jr ........... 1
J. W. Edm imdson............. 1
FOR McKINI EY MEWMORIAL. Walter d. light .... ........ 2
. "It will be noted that .ie President 0. Bernard ............... 4
of the United States has appointed a R. B. Carpeter, Jr..............1
board of trustees for the memorial Ross Brya.... ......... .
fund, and that the asspetation has J. T. G. wford .... ....... 3
elected the Governors of the different Walter L. cGriff ............ 1
States and Territories honorary mem- WP p hiI. **.. *............ 1
bers of such board, who will co- W. A. aw..." ............... 1
operate with the board of trustees in W. B. .... ................ 1
the plan herein outlined for the pur- C.ELH.Di n" ........*** .. I
pose of receiving by. voluntary contri Gov. W. 8 ennng-.'" ......... 1
button the funds deemed by the asso- Le Ji U, 1 ..........
elation sufficient for the object sought Barkh rner .... ... 4
to be attained. Miss C lifoip 2
"In obedience thereto I have taken Missam 1 Baum ........ .. 10
the liberty of appointing you a mem-- Mr2 ^ C.* .* ............ 2
ber of the Florida auxiliary committee, es .... ....... 1
cou~d1dng of twenty-five members, s
ii,,KI- E. KILLDim '1Ru pp. T' J.mAi

om I
Mr. S
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State Auditor William V. Knott ar-
Srived Monday morning and is now
busily engaged in checking up the
several county officers. He will re-
main until Saturday, as it will take
him about this length of time to
complete his labors. Mr. Knott
is one of the most expert ac-
countants in the state and a better
or more competent man could not have
been selected to fill .ais important
position.-Palmettoo News.

Scrpor te limits of the city. embracing build-
ing lots and truck farms all contiguou, al de-
sirable. Apply to W. W.MCGRIFF.
commodious two-story boarding house with
Supper and lower verandas,, ample grounds,
stable and well appointed sore, on corniter of
Gaines and Itoulevard streets 'Buldi. is all
complrativ. ly new and in good order. 1 he t-,t
stand in the city for boarding or merc..irile
business, in two blx-ks of all depot., t. It.
Shops, Oil Mill, Factory, Ginner.. etc. For
price apply to W. .'McGitIFF.
OR \L--All the raachinery for an up go
F date fibre factory; .ood as new at half cost.
Apply t.,W. W. McGnff
Sting land on Lake lacksou,one mile of lake
snore for pasture. Apply to
44-tf W W._MrGHIFF.
'OK RENT NOV. Ist.-A comfortable cot-
t rage on Boulevard street ppiv to
tf* MN H. .MCbOU(;A LL._
SEVER AL of the most prominent reildences ia
the city-on Calhoun and tlinton streets-
unsurpased for business convenience or -ocuil
surroundings, such as are not op the market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you wanf
toh'n.v W. W. MrIwI'FF.
PIA -%LJlUti kAP usE-MthlUh H IN-
tereest l the ong Grove Lots.
Sept.14, 1808. R. MUNRO.

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~ NO~


enred of catarrh of twenty-five years'
standing was the occasion of Peruna be-
ing introduced to the inhabitants of
Evansville, Wis. From that time to this
there has been a great demand for Pe-
runs in this vicinity and hundreds of
cases have been cured.
It sto in this manner that Peruna
spreads from town to town and from
state to state. No sort of advertising
could have given Peruna the reputation
it has. The secret of its success is that
it makes cures. It cures old cases of
catarrh where other remedies have
failed. This ought to make any remedy
Mr. C. R. Harden, of Evansville, Wis.,
writes the following letter:
Dear Doctor Hartman-" I wish to
write to certify what Peruna has done
for me. I read of Peruna in the papers,
of what it would do' for catarrh, and
sent for a bottle. This was the first bot-
tle of Peruna that ever came to Evans-

Startling Statements front

SWILLARD, KY,-The news of the
recovery of Mrs. Elizabeth Prater is a
very striking instance of the wonderful
curative powers of Peruna. This esti-
mable lady had been an invalid from
catarrh of the stomach and bowels for
twenty years. No wonder her many
friends are enthusiastic over her recov-
ery. She writes: "It is through the
mercies of God and your medicine that I
am permitted to write you this letter. I
have been a constant sufferer from
"bowel and stomach trouble for about
twenty-five years, and could never find
relief until I began the use of Peruna. I
think it ih a God-send to poor suffering
humanity."-Mrs. Elizabeth Prater.



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y Those Who Gatihr Items for
I Tallahas.eemn Reideas.

The Denust, Dr. tI. AtShine.
+ + +
Mr. J. E. Loxley was b4ere Monday,
rom Mobile, Ala.
Mr. S. G. Wilson camenup from Bar-
w Monday, to spend te day.
+ + +
We manufacture vanilla and lemon
ts for flavoring. T4e lallahassee
g Co.
+ I. +!,
By calling at J. F. Hil's news stand,
a can find John Spenfer, the paper
Justice of the Peace J B. Connor, of
terville, made a business trip to
Uabassee Saturday.
+ + +i
If you want a nice bt*gy, saddle or
of harness, at lowest margin, see
C. Yaeger. *
Fresh buckwheat, graham and ryd
ur, whole wheat flout, oat meal in
kages and barrels,'jjst received at
ingle & Johnson's update family

+ + +
Large assortment of ot water bot-
Les, rubber bags and all kinds of rub-
er goods. Be sure an4 see them at
Our specialty is fln4 prescription
work Tue Tallahassee Diug Co.
+ + +
Mr. N. T. Redma a Baltimore
traveling man, was calling on our mer-
;hants Monday and T esday..
Messrs. J. L. Hall, an4 J. J. Warren,
merchants of Wakulla,. Fla., were in
he city Monday.
Cure that cough by ing Douglass'
yrup of White Pine aw% Tar. It is a
re ure. Sold at Balkqom's.
4+ +4
FOR SAL:-A lot ol stationery of
kinds at The Tallah ee Drug Co.
S ,+ .+
Largest line of the finest buggiessad-
les and harness in Tallahassee at L.
Yaeger's. Sold close for cash.
S4+ ,4
Game is said to be p lntiful in Leon
Danty. Buy your gus, ammunition
mi sporting goods at UC. Yaeger's.
Chas. F. Cnancey, of Quincy, spent
couple of days in Tallahassee the
ret of the week.
+ + 4;
Mr. H. P. Woodberi, a popular
edagogue from Chaire had business
the capital city Sat fday.
+ + 49
"Brilliant" Crepe Palers, all shades
d colors, at Balkcom'".
The newest and the yest assortment
I wedding silverware pver brought to
he city, just arrived ,4t Sweeting's.
pon't forget the place. :
Davis' Liniment cures rheumatism
nd neuralgia. The T llahassee Drug

Miss Black, of Jacks nville, spent a
ew hours in Tallahatee the first of
he week, en route t ) Chattanooga,
enn. She was the guest of Miss Mary
ryan. i
Jefferson Bates, a ;young son of
representative Bates, jf Quincy, aied
t his home in that cii Friday morn-
ag, from blood poisonfig, after an ill-
eas of only a few dayV.
Guns, ammunition, revolvers and all
inds of sporting good( at L. C. Yae-
+ 4
Davis'. Croup Syrulj WILL CURE
lughs. As a remedy !for croup it is
lazecelled. 'The Tallahassee Drug Co.
The Townsend House one block
ortwest of the Markqt House is open
boarders. Hotel fare at half their
Parties wanting good place to
would do well give it a triaL
B. D. HIGHTOW roprietor.
lS ay line of rubber bags, atom-
stringes and othir rubber goods.

o ChiL avy just put in a
steck of Rough and Dressed Lum-
(air and kiln dled,) Shingles.
Brick, Lime, aid In tact every
necessary to cojaplete a hose.
they will sell at reasonable
Consult them before purchasing
Wfles candies atThe Tlah*aMee

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. Phone No.
48. 48-10t
A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins,
druggist. tt.
Rev. L. Trice spent the latter part of
last week in Carrabelle.
Mr. B. J. Oliver, of Hernando, was
registered at the Constantine Monday.
Soaps and toilet articles at Balk-
We guarantee Davis' Chill Tonic.
The Tallahassee Drug Co.
New arrival of salt mackerel and
codfish just received at Pringle & John-
son's family grocery.
The first meeting of the Reciprocity
convention will be held in Washigton
next week.
Jacksonville is to be made a re-
cruiting station for the United States
County Superintendent Bannerman
left Monday on his regular rounds of
the county schools.
Whisk brooms, brushes and combs,
all sizes and prices, at Balkcom's drug
The kind that cures-Davis' Cough
Syrup. The Tallahassee Drug Co.
Sporting goods of all kinds can be
found at L. C. Yeager's.

Mr. Frank Walker, of Crawfordviite
spent Sunday and Monday in Talia-
Mrs. Allen Chancey and children are
enjoying a pleasant visit with rela-
tives at Lloyd.
Chase & Sanborn's coffees, Tetley's
and Lipton's teas, and a full line ol
fine family teas just arrived at Pringle
& Johnson's.
Davis' Liver Pills cure biliousness
and constipation. The Tallahassee Drug

Among the guests at the St. James
Tuesday, was Mr. A. V. Long, ol
Starke, Fla.
Mr. J. L. Houk, of Quincy, was
among the visitors to Tallahassee dur-
ing the first of the week.
J. B. White, of Reidsville, N. C., had
business in Tallahassee Tuesday and
registered at the St. James.
+ + + 4
Perfumes in bulk. The best extracts
made. Large assortment of toile
waters and colognes. The Tallahassei
Drug Co.
Handsome assortment of elegan
wedding presents, the finest ever show
in Tallahassee. See them-they are
beauties. Balkcom.
4 4
Mr. Amos E. Lewis, of Marianna
was a visitor to the capital city th
latter part of last week. Mr. Lewis is
private secretary to United States Sen
ator Mallory.
4 4 +
Mr. E. Ci Maxwell, Supreme Cour
Commissioner, visited his family in
eensaccla last week. Mr. Maxwell ex
necis to move his family here som
time in January.
Fresh line of sweet peas, corn and
asparagus in cans. Also a complete
assortment of fresh canned vegetable
at Pringle & Johnson's.

Hair brushes, tooth brushes a]
grades. We can suit you. The Talla
hassee Drug Co.
Fresh mince meat, prunes, drie
peaches, apricots, currants, citron,date
and dried figs just received by Pringl
& Johnson.
Miss Annie Kate Bunker, a charming
little lady of Arran, was in Talla
hassee Monday en route home from
delightful three months' visit with he
sister, Mrs. J. T. Fowler, at Shorter
ville, Ala.

Two large well lighted rooms ove
my store furnished with gas an
water. D. B. MEGINNIS, Jr.

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Against your life and health
is a dang' rtobe dreaded. The
grmw of disease are many and
active. Disreg rd their pres-
ence in the syem and before
long they wil openly attack

illiams'Little Liver Pills

Miss Blate's Sanitarium,
Next door norkh of Leon Hotel, open
all the year. Graduate nurses. For par-
ticularsaply to
MISS SALULI E. BLAi, Prop'r, 4
7 6m Talkhiasee, Fla.
M%0l04, Fla., Oct 10, 1901.
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co.,
Orlando, Fla.: Gentlemen-I have had
ecsema over thirty years, have tried
many remedies prescribed by various
physicians, but to nothing has the dis-
ease yielded, so readily as to Liquid Sul-
phur. I think: if used properly it is
undoubtedly a specific for eczema. I
have prescribed; it for others with most
satisfactory results. I consider it the
best remedy for cutaneous affections
I have ever known and regard it as 'the
greatest medical discovery of the age
Respectfully yours, W. A. HEARD, M. f
D. tf
My residence Is second house east of
Sheriff Pearce, and my machine sup-
plies can be haa at W. H. Markham's 9
grocery store.
M. T. Joiner, Singer agent. w
Several hundreds of .dollars' worth of
new goods, latest and best, for Christ-
mas gifts at Sweeting's. 'ICn
Place your orders for turkeys, celery
and cranberries for your Thanksgiving
Dinner, with Pringle & Johnson. Walk
popular flavors at The Tallahassee Circular Flounce,
Drug Co. worth $6.00, $7.00
The best line of gents'- and ladies
underwear in lhe city for the price at Full Le
Ball, Demilly & Co.'s.
dTailor made in
Examine our line of Fine Sta- Broad Cloth, Ser
tionery. Wight &fl Bro. stitching, and Sa
Circular Flounce.
Go to Stephen Maynard's restaurant, C u Fon
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
Wiley's candy and Gibson's Fruit For Quantity,
STablets are pure and wholesome. The
Tallahassee Drug Co.
S Fresh lot of Lowney's candies the La
Best made, just received by Pringle &
.,ohnson. Beautifully trin
The hunting season is here, and we
1 have sporting goods in great variety.
e L. C. Yaeger. Prices
Don't fail to buy our Champion flour.
s Pringle & Johlnson.
You will save money by purchasing The Mo
wall paper from John Spencer. Children's Shirt
f Sponges, large and small, in endless
variety, at Ba.xcom's. The
z Store For Rent-One of the best do- Indispen
- cations in the city, on Monroe street. d
Apply at this office.
d. Nunnally's Fine Candies are al-
ways fresh, a Wighat &- Bro.

A Call evenings and hear the concert.
t Free to all. 'No charge for seats at
e the opera now, Sweeting's music store. ,

Lincon's Cough Syrup sold and '

Money to loan. Geo. W. Walker, c-,- l-
Office in Ames Building. 3m '' V" ,- ""
e Have you teen the dandy "Rock-
- shafts and risset brown seat. The
cheapest of the kind in town. Only p I
one left of a whole carload. I I

- spool, two spools for 5 cents at Ball,
e Demilly & Co.'s.
New china and glassware for special At Bu fa l
d occasions, several extra fine design.
e and remember the place is Sweeting's.
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's. Women who w

- I will soon have a well drilling ap-
paratus in working order, and 1 will TIUN
be glad to drill wells and put i. UEEN
d pumps for parties desiring them. A I 1
s Very respectfully, P E UALI
e S. P. ROZEAR. -
Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 10, 1901.
g Large line of buggies saddles and Shoes are an a
a- harness, sold close for cash, at L. C. of Witnesses t1
a Yaeger's. their Wonderfi
- New shipment of seed rye just re- Fitting Qualiti
ceived by Pringle & Johnson. __
For first class paper hanging, call on These shoes have
rJohn Spencer. the greatest volume of
d New rubber goods, atomizers, nip- age ever bestowed upoi
ples, syringes, hot water bags-every- tile of footwear, an(
thing in the rubber line at Balkcom's. awarded the Gol me
Lost-Physicians visiting list (small Buffalo.
black book.) Finder will please return "
same to Tallahassee Durg Co. it

Johneon's Tonic does in a day what |
slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. Its U I
splendid cures are in striking contrast U E.
with the feeble cures made by Quinine.
If you are .utterly wretched, take a -
thorough couote of Johnson's Tonicand Sole Taaase As
drive out every trace of Malarial poison-
ing. The wiseinsure their lives and the *0..*.* 0
wiser insure their health by using John:


jiReady Made

InGarment Sale|
^ -
~ ~ ~*d

0 0 0 AT


ielntion only a few si

ng Jackets
xford,tCadet, Five G,red,
$4 5?, 15.00 and $t.00,
and 18.00.

ngt* Skirts
Granite Pebble Cl,,th,
ge a d Cheviot. Plain
tin pand Trimmed with

Walking Skih4
Made of Broad Cloth and Venetian Cloth,
stitched, ive Gored, Circular Flounce,
woth $'2.00, my price only $9 00.

Black Silk Skirts
Plain Black Taffeta Skirs sucked Taf-
feta Skirts, new styles, uially made,
perfect fitting.

WVaking Jackets and Capes.
Quality, Variety and Price. This stock surpass
r ever seen in Tallahassee.

ses any stock

dids' Ready Made Underwear,

nime, with French Embroidery and Lace, made of Muslin,
Camb.ic and Long Cloth. A

guaranteed as low as any of the large cities.

the s Friend Ferris' Waist
Waias, the best made. The waist for Misses. I,0

M. Waist Straight Front Corsets
oible "r Children. Only 50 cents.




Hunting Season llso0 Heater

o le Is here, and hun- For your bath
o ters can find a room. It is a ne-
full line of guns, es. sit. By its E
7I us_1 you are made
ear; i evolvers, knives, comfortable, and
cartridges an d the danger from
sporting goods at F sickness is en-
our stsre. We tirely removed.
S- are headquarters

frII fo1in
I UfIYS 4iggies& Wagons|

.rm Hardwa re We handle ail the I
m I|bWst makes of bug-
Stoves, Heaters, g wagowagons, etc.,
Ul 0 IW ad will give gen- '
Rnges, and all gi ge-
es. un e bargain pri-
Skinds of cooking cA to all who
Su utensils h to buy.

n an or-

L?1 Sw P. ROZi tAR,

rs Undetaker & Funez4Dizeotoz
TAT.T.ATrA 81'P., FLA.,
Next door to Gilmore & Davis Co., opposite Wight Bros. Drug Store.



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The price 4f Irish potatoes is rising
raidly. The recent cold spell through-
out the coux(try stiffened the already
1gh prices and caused a big demand
Ur the tuber' This year's crop was the
Shortest in ysars. In fact, the Agricul-
tural Department at Washington, has
2ot reported 'so short a crop in twenty
years. .1
The large* yield ever reported was
- in 1896, when the yield amounted to
276,0000,000 Pushels. The crop report-
*a this year in October was 140,000,-
000 bushels,' which is only about 57
per cent of am full crop.
The cause, of this shortage is founc
In the droulh of last summer. Yet of
all the starchy edibles, potatoes are
about the cheapest, as well as among
the most nutritious. But the prices
keep going higher.
In the logal market potatoes retail
for about 40' cents a peck, and they are
likely to go'much higher. The cultiva-
tion of Irish potatoes has received very
little attenUon from the farmers of
Leon and adjoining counties, although
the crop djes remarkably well. The
yield is frop fifty bushels to the acre,
up, accordingly to cultivation, soil ano
conditions. The price- here is seldom
less than one dollar a bushel, and t-ere
would be igoney in the crop at sixty
Truck farmers, by shipping early,
can clear a4 least one dollar a bushel
on all they'can raise. There is greater
profit in growing Irish potatoes at fifty
cents per bushel, than cotten at six or
even eight 'ents per pound.
Every doable team tIat can be se-
cured is grow engaged in hauling
oranges to the McLean & Sims pack-
ing house 9n thie Palmetto wharf. The
rush was nipver so heavy as at present,
and the olitlook is that it will con-
tinue until about the 15th of Decem-
ber, when' almost the entire crop of
.oranges oq the north side of the Man-
atee river will be marketed. The war
cry now i$ to market every box be-
fore the holidays.-Palmetto News.

take it. In winter I do not think it
necessary to feed it so liberally, yet
would fear no harm in supplying them
with all they will eat at all times of the
year. My herds wil average upward of
15 head of all ages for the year, and I
calculate that no less number of bush-
els of coal slack will justify their
needs.. With a daily supply of coal,
fresn water, a balanced ration and good
sanitary surroundings, there is little
danger of cholera or any other disease
affecting them seriously.
A mere handful of coal thrown two
or three times a year to your hogs can-
not be considered a guard against dis-
ease any more than one or two un-
ordinary meals would would induce
health to the human system on a
restricted kind of food for the same
length of time. There is no substance
in its natural state that a nog likes
which would be harmful if free access
is given at all times or at freqeunt in-
tervals. In the mineral impregnation
of coal the hog gets a certain element
that is known better to his own in-
stinct and composition for the bene-
ficiai results through mastication. I
may be fooled and meet a surprise
some day in the snape of hog cholera
in my herd by placing such faiau in
coal, but for the present I will make
it the "battle guard" against swine dis-
ease in all its forms until convinced of
-its inefficacy.-J. E. Haynes in Swine
Breeders' Journal.

For Over eiftiv tears.
Mrs. Winslow's soothingg Syrup hap
een used for over fifty yearn by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with ierfectsuccess. It .mothev.
the child. softens the iunim, allays all
pain, eurs wmind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrh "he poor little sufferer immediately.
.)Id by ,lruggists in ev-rvy art of tiha
world. Twenty-five enets a bottle. Bt
-ure and ask for "Mrs. Winmlow's o)othl
ing Syrup," and talre n, o Ipr kind.

IT SAVzD HER LIFE. The action taken by the Angora

Goch's fexican syrup has -accom- Goat association, in which it urges
polished a .cure in this neighborhood all raisers of that breed oi the "billies
which has astonished the people. Miss and nannies" to insist upon placing
Davis was given up to die by her at- Angora meat on the market under the
tending physician. She had lung fever, name of "Angira venison," is proper
The doctor said she would die before and commendable. That much of the
morning, jnd advised her to discon- mea oL the Angora finds its way to
tinue his :Tedicine, as it was doing her market as mutton everybody knows
no good.'Hier parents had a bottle of who has watched the sale of large
Goch's Mexican Syrup and Goch's numbers of the long-haired animals
Quick Relief in the house. They at at the stockyards over the country.
once begal to give the syrup in doses That such a sale is not fair to the pur-
one hour Apart, and frequently bathed chaser is plain, the fact o, the quality
her chest with the Quick Relief. Before of the meat not entering into the affair
morning qhe was better, and after us- at all-it being enough the man
ing a few bottles of each, she is almost who asks and pays for mutton has
as well as:ever. It was almost like rais- right to the assurance that he is re-
ing the dead, and has established the ceiving mutton.
reputation of Goch's- Mexican Syrup There is one view of the question
here as t cough remedy; we can sell which is encouraging aside from the
nothing else. moral aspect. That is that the ultimate
J. & i.'jands, Trimble, Athens co.,O. result of the action taken by the asso-
Gooch t Mexican Syrup cures a sim- citation must je to the benefit of the
pie cougi as if by magic, and is the raisers of the Angora goat. There is
best remedy for whooping cough. Price now a prejudice against the meat, and
25c. this prejudice will last so long as the
merits of the meat are unknown. The
LICPE IN THE HEN HOUSE. only way to bring the meat fairly to
The greatest pest of the poultry public attention and to have the public
raised is lice. They bother the hen, in- decide whether it will have the meat
fest the-nests and perches, kill little or no is to.put it out on is own merits
chicks and raise the mischief in all and under its own name. Those who
places a: d at all times. One who has are familiar with the meat say it is fine
had muci experience as a poultry rais- flavored and delicate fihered, nutri-
er claim he has solved the problem tious and appetizing. If this be true,
in a veiy inexpensive and comp'eKe there is no doubt but ... will become a
manner.. In the Farmers' Tribune he staple on th" market very soon.
says: The Argora goat is an animal of
"My long experience in the poiltry clearly habit; roots and herl:s form
business ) as led me over the rough and its chief diet, and there is no reason
rugged road traveled by many a novice known why it should not produce a
and I have often grieved atthe sight; meat quite as satisfactory as that of
of a beautiful brood of choice chicKs the sheep. The stcp row taken by the
drooping and dying from the ravages Angoia Goat association gives promise
of the *use and mite, until finally I of developing its possibilities on
discovezi*d a remedy which brought joy the block.-National Rural.
and gladness to my heart and life and
success to my poultry yards. The fol-
lowing my formula: All my houses THE CHILDREN's FRIEND.
are constructed with earth floors, with- You'll have a cold this winter. Maybe
outdrpingboards or scratching you have one now. Your children will
sheds, ill ashes and cin.eis from my you have one n ow. Your children will
stoves '.and furnaces are scattered hitis, grAp aod other winter on-
over the floors of my poultry houz. le .
Lice of mnites cannot flourish in an ash plaints One Minute Cough Cure nuvcr
heap. Once a month during the sum- fails. Acts promptly. It is very pleas-
mer season I fumigate my houses with ant to the taste and perfectly harmless.
fumigating sulphur. In addition to C. B. George. Winchester. Va.. writes:
these precautions I keep constantly in "Our little girl was attacked with croup
the nests of both the laying and set- late one night an( was so hoarse she
ting hens a supply of moth or camphor could hardly speak. We gave her a fe
balls. These remedies'are simple and doses oi One Minute Cough Cure. It
in expensive and to me have proven a. relieved her immediately and she went
pricelea* boon." to sleep. When she awoke the next
morning she had no signs of hoarse-
"Whie suffering from a bad case of
piles I consulted a physician, who ad- PROFIT IN SHEEP RAISING.
vised we to try a box of DeWitt's
Witch Lazel Salve," says G. F. Carter, The first essential in sheep hus-
Atlanta, Ga. "I procured a box and was bandry is to have a large, warm, dry
entirely cured. DeWitt's Witch Hazel basement 'facing the south and east.
Salve 10 a splendid cure for piles, giv- The sunlight can get into this and be
ing relief instantly, and I heartily com- of untold benefit in keeping the sheep
mend It to all sufferers." Surgery is quarters in good condition. It is also
unnecessary to cure piles. DeWitt's very desirable to have the sunlight for
Witch 1{azel Salve will cure any case. sheep and lambs during cold weather.
Cuts,. rns, bruises and all other If you have one hundred ewes, divide
wounf( are also quickly cured by it. yo -r bar.s p einto four pr ts. Wthe
Bewait of counterfeits. the aiambs begn to ano t aner the
:OFeweTOALFtaORHOaaoGaSrpen au kev
SOFT COAL FOR HOGS. filling up the spens as fast as the lambq
My: hogs are fed soft coal almost appear, keeping the older ones to4
daily through the summer ,and about gether. This will prevent injury to the
all thqy will eat, which would be sur- young ones. See that the pens are well
praising to some farmers who never feed bedded with straw and that the ewe
it in te amount a hog will eat. Grow- get plenty of salt and fresh water.
ing aP and shoats like a ration of Silage from corn is probably the best
oal regularly as they do of corn, feed or sheep. It suould-be cut after
udg from the avidity in which they the cdrn has glazed. Feed this morning
and night and at noon feed roots and
Shaky. Do not give more than the sheep

Ec-iminatiou andDAM
need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HO
starvation. The worst cases quickly INTERNATIOCAL AURAL CLINIC.596 LA TSA HE01

Alcohol is a poison. It kills mn large
doses, and half kills in smaller ones. Fresh
It produces insanity, delirium, fits. It Do YOnt Groceries I
poisons the blood and wastes the man. you
-Prof. James Miller, M. D.
For the last year or two I have been That's st what I have, and they are pur
keeping note of tne various observa- some atd cheap I have the cleanest line
tions that have been made in regard ave the clean line
to the use of alcohol in disease, and I and Faucy Family Groceries in the city.
am coming to believe more and more *
firmly that not only is alcohol a phy-
siological poison, but that when acting ...As for Fruits...
in conjunction with certain other pois- .
ons, it renders, these other poisons such
assistance that they become much more I have ranges, grapes, lemons, bananas, ap
virulent in their action, and therefore every thing good that grows, and carry a
the patient who takes, or has taken, lihe of~anned goods, cigars, inuff, tobacco
alcohol has a less chance of recovery dies. 1fhe prices are low down, that's the
than the patient who abstalns.-Prof.
G. Louis Woodhead, Professor of Path- it. Came and see what you want and wh
ology, Cambriage University.
A man or woman who abstains is r
healthy and safe. A man or woman Free odeliyver to a L II
who indulges at all is unsafe. A man partsof cty. D IC
or woman who relies on alcohol is lost.
-Sir B. W. Richardson, M. D.

H inNew Store! Fresh (

Sot a I Our r of Staple and Fincy Family Groc
a3 atjug5 yed, v and it is all new and fresh. V


THE PRICE OF COTTON. disposition i so
The Sea Island cotton growers of all men unto bi
northern Alachua have taken ste to man he Is the
secure better prices for their tton he be spared for
Though the crop is undobutedly short we believe, the
the present season, the price of the Floridians.
staple has declined 2 cents per pound Pitt's Carmins
since the season opened, and prices rg Pitt's Carmina
offered now are five cents less tan it regulates the bo
told for last fall. With the increased fantum, Cholera
demand for long staple cotton and l Pains, Griping,
higher prices for all other products 11 ural Drains front
we fail to understand why Sea Island diseases incident
cotton should sell for less than it did -- / For all summer
last year. In conversation with Capt cifc. Perfectly hi
J. S. Turner, of Levyville, one of the B injurious drugs
best posted men in the South regarding
cotton futures, he said every grower gy PERPETR
whq is able to hold his cotton ought to I" Waycross, Ga.
do po, that the long staple of good other day. By s
qua ity would command 25 cents per became current
pou d the opening of next season, and [4 b cr
as evidence of his faith in a material f s Toomert Ware i
rise; in prices he has invested largely Do you have a feeling offundue fullness d been killed
in $ea Island cotton at the price at in the stomach, belching, or sour or a n. it is now selling. If the farmers bitter risings? These abut a few of the excitement
of northern Alachua have the neces- the symptoms of the di based stomach. As soon as M
sart means and backbone to stand Thm worst thing which can be done pher heard their
firm and hold their cotton we believe for the stomach in such case is to take cated it to hs lE
they w 1 receive much better prices some tablet or powder which merely nolds, who was
within a short time says the Gaines- ves temporary relief f om discomfort. Reynolds did not
ville Sun. The best thing to do is t begin the cure hurried to the t
The best and only sure step the of the disease bv begitfing the use of he sent off the I
farhners can take to raise the price of Dr. Pierce's Golden Me ical Discovery. "W. M. Toom
cotton, is to stop' growing it for- a few It cures diseases of tife stomach and sentatives, Atlan
seasons, and turn their attention to other organs of digestion and nutrition, are dead. Pleas
something else. There are several oth- It makes the "weak" stomachh strong, C. Reynolds."
er crops that would be just as profit- and puts the body in a condition of There is a sur
able. vigorous health. you. "If you ar
aI was troubled a long titMe with dyspepsia lars." Mr. Toon
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Co. torpid liver, anti cnstipatiolI," writes Mrs Jula
St. Deal, te of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Co. alt redelCo.. N.C. "could his answer was i
SS.: scarcely eat anything at all :would have attacks query might hav
L rank J. Cheney makes oath that he of pain something like coli-, and sometimest like Mark Twait
is 'the senior partner of the firm of F. rt asPiehag linv e.-orditionandin a my death are gr(
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the few days received a kind let r of advice, telling simply answer(
city of Toledo, county and State afore- me to use Dr. Pierce's o v f r. for the rumor,"
sa4d, and that said firm will pay the pierces Pellets, and now I an eat anything I was lifted from
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for want and it don't hurt me. I have not been injudge-elect of t
bed a day since I took yoo.r -Golden Medical judge-elect of tl
each and every case of Catarrh that Dcvr.' and I have not since felt any synip- cross.
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's toms of disease. I have not taken any medicine
Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. in twelve months." BARLOW'
Sworn to and before me and sub- Dr. Pierce's Plessant.~Pdlets cure con- BARLOW'
scribed in my presence, this 6th day of stipation. A large audiei
December, A. D. 1886. low Minstrels at
A. W. GLEASON, Monday night, ai
'[Seal.] Notary Public. GOVERNOtt BIA)XHAM. in an uproar fri
There were sever
;Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Everybody is please to have Lover- the show. The e
nilly and acts directly on .the blood nor Bloxham and hit estimable wife the female impe
and mucous surfaces of the system. home again. His gepial smile and and Donna, plea
Send for testimonials, free. hearty handshake wiz friends for him Olvio, the novel
: FRANK J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, wherever he goes. y'he Jacksonville tortionist, was 1
o Metropolis of last Thursday threw the creation of the I
HSold iy druggists, 75c. following bouquet at :the governor: Owing to an a
,Hall's Family Pills are the best "The citizens of Fliorida will be Bonnellis', the 1l
FEED THE SOIL gratified to learn that ex-Gov. William off. It seems th
FEED THE SOIL. D. Bloxham has recovered his health Bonnelli got in
The natural inference is that a and returned to Tallhassee- last week Bnnegro cookat th
starved soil must starve thai which feeling and looking better than he had scalded about th
is dependent upon it for support. A con- for years. The genial gentleman tried withstanding thi.
stant taking away of the elements with- the "old red hills ot reorgia" the pas show was above
out adding anything to build up the summer and they did.the good work of
land, will soon consume all the nu- rejuvenation. For years ex-Gov. Blox- A. Ue
t-ition. This fact is shown by the grad- ham has been more 6r less an invalid A i n M
uaaly dimishing crops, caused by the and unable at times to leave his home. Theeisnodises
drying up of all the avenues of sup- If Georgia's hills, good water, fat, juicy nature than dyspep
port and nutrition. We see it in the chickens, plenty of fuit and excellent he symptoms of n,
isnarivelled wheat and corn, in short hte therefore most difi
shriveled wotheat and corn, in sh people cannot work change for the diagnosis. No mai
cotton aoun t of soier crops.overty, better of the anatomy of a Floridiar whatdisguisedyspe
hOn account of soil poverty, fungi, e is a hopeless case. Florida is proud Iron Bitters.will cv
miould, parasites, and blights cover our of William D. Bloxam. His genial disease of the stoi
fruits, garden and farm products. The P w nn' Tri Rituti
growth is retarded on account of a
lack of proper food in the soil, and im-
proper cultivation. The remedy and
care for the evil lies in in-
telligent, scientific treatment. The ARE
land needs building up. It re-
quires nourishment Certain ele- YOi N
ments which have become ex- U/
hausted must be replaced. The food
needs balancing. The intelligent farm-
er studies his soil. He gives it the
fertilizer required; lets it rest oc- DEAF
casionally; believes in deep plowing ALL CASES OF
nd thorough cultivation, and does not '
resort to surface scratching. DEAFNE;S OR HARD
' The successful farmer loo.^s after
the details. He does not work it to ARE NOW URABI
realizes that a "stitch in time saves bv our ne invention. Only those born deaf ar
ine," and hetakesthestitch. HEAD IE CEASE IMME[
"I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure .L1.TIMORF
and have never used anything in my CGeniemen:- Being ntirely cured of deafness, thanks to your ncat
ife that, did me th gtata full history of my ca.- to be used at your dis-cretiion.
life that did me the good that did, About five years a; mivright ear begau to sing, and this kept on
says County Physician Geo. W.Scroggs, my hearing in this car c itirly
f Hll cutv a. "Bein hsici I underwent -a eIteilSent for catarrh, for three months. wi:l'ont anyv
1of Iall county, Ga. "Being a physician her of physicianss. amnolg others. the most eminuienIt car sp c;.tla:-t ot t
I have prescribed it and found it to t'-i an oneration con help me. and even that only ic Ipoa i-i., t
give the best results." If the food you thc: c'-a s-. but the heali ii in the affected car would Ie lost forvc-r.
S ;I the:i saw vour a(lcrtiseileint accideiiallv in a New Vol: ,':iper
cat remains undigested in your stom- ment,. After I had u. t onilv a few days according to wcur uir ach it decays there and poisons the t -i a:iter five week-1iy hearing in the di-ea.ed car l.s sic;i cntir
system. ou can prevent this by dieting i-axtiiy and beg to reinu Very truly your s.
but that means starvation. Kodol Dys- F. A. \VERMAN, 73oS. Bro:;
pernsia Cure digests what you eat. You Our treat eiiw4 does not itterifere iit. you-r /ou

e incurable.

-., Md., March o. o(.
Lent, I will now gave .
getting worse, until T "I
success. cons1 ,t'e :
his city. w:o tond
hat tie lead noi-ucs Xa

LVew esetid. I t
r;-'. m id ti: t:.- -. ,

. %" C-ati. :.
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9:giwatldes, Clocks aiid Jeweby
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; and all diseases arlsing tfrorn in-
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as FAIR AS A LILY. They are
gelatin Coated. PRICE 25 CESS.

on the Circuit Court, Second Judiial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Let
County.-In Chancery.
.sther Roby,. etal.. Complainant, v- COO*
cil A. Bryau, et aL, Delfenlndaut. Bill 0
PartUtiou (of Reaity.
ot Sarah A. Btimett. oneof the omt.ii.l3'1"
u the above entitled cause. that she 'liev*
certain of the defendants. I cui- Hai0
k Hancock, Jack Hancock. Julia .1I.CO-0
SJames lancock. do not resic in t ie
of Florida. btit the place or ;ilael.s of rc-i tent
all are unknown, and their respective agesz*
al91 unknown, and that there is no l-t'r0ag
pemons in the :'tatc the ~ervice of a tubi
upmon wholm would bind such defendants Or
o them.
It Is therefore ordered that said defendA
,ewis Hancock. Frank Hancock, Ja(k a
Julia Hancock and James Hancock, be
they are hereby required to appear to said
complaint herein on Monday. the second
i DJeember, D. ISOL and that this omi,
i'blauhed d once a week f'r eight consecd
Sweeks in the Weekly Taliahasseean, a new
ubd shed in the City of Tallaba-see,
Done and ordered this 28th day of Septem
A A.D. 1901.
T ... ... CO NCI, A. lA. Al.

Conyoa l eo.
I b~A.Br a tn.Clerk of the CirCUIS C.0





e, whole-
of Staple

ples, and
and can-
beauty of
at I have.







s raam The Oldest and Best,
eer of any man That
Many more years is, S. S. is a combination of roob
universal wish of all and herbs of great curative powe,
and when taken into the circulation
S tio searches out and removes all manner
tive aids digestion, of poisons from the blood, withoq
wels, cures Cholera In- the least shock or harm to t system.
orlatuent Colic, Unnat- (On the contrary, the ger"i eal
i tae Bowels, and all begins to improve from the first dose,
to teething children- for S. S. S. is not only a Llood p-,iifier,
complaints it is a spe- but an excellent tonic, ai:.l strn-'.-
armless and free from ens and builds up the constitution
and chemicals, while purging the Llood of inipu.
ties. S. S. S. cures all d-sases of a
ATED A BULL. blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula,
, had a sensation'the Rheumatism, Chronic Sres and
ome means the report Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt
that Hon. o. M. Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles
county's popular rep- and is an infallible cure an. t!le onl,
he State Legislature, antidote for that most hcrriL. e iseast
at Atlanta. Of course, Contagious Blood Poison.
an high. stenogra- A record of nearly fifty years 0!
r. uor, sh nr- successful cures is a record to ,c proud
rumor, she ommu.- of. S. S. S. is more popi,:ir today
attending Court. Mr. than ever. It numbers its fL -uds by
t lose his head, but he the thousands. Our m.edicl corres.
elegraph office, where pondeice is larger than r in the
following dispatch: history of the rmledicine. :. t
ner, House of Repre- to thank us for the great :o 1i SS.
ita: I understand you has done them, while others .re seek.
se wire particulars. J. in advice about their c;' ~s. All
letters receive prompt a I careful
e enough Irish bull for attention. Our physicians have made
e dead, wire particu- alifc-longstudyof Blood and -,S:iu is.
ert as humorous as the eases, and betterunderstaiil .~hi4cases'
os mt th the ordinary practi:'.G.r who
e evoked. He did not, .thj the ordinary pract~Lc.::er who
n, say "the rumors of ,es a specialty of no ore c:sease.
eatly exaggerated." He We are d't o S1l t
ed: "No foundation Zgood to su ring
and a great weight humanity dtro0h
the shoulders of the our cc;nI tit;: de.
te city court of Way- partnent, ;nl indlvie
you to write us if you hare anv blood
or skin trouble. We in~:k no charge
'S MINS'It ELS. whatever for this service.
nice attended the Bar- TII SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATL'.TA,. GAL
Munro's opera House
nd. everybody was- kept
om beginning to end.
al good features about
singing was excellent.
rsonations by Weavcfr Always Fresh.
sed everybody, w'iJe Always the Best
ty gymnast and con-
beyond criticism. Hi? "
Dragon was immense.
accident to one of the
ast act had to be cut
at Monday morning
to a rucas with the
e car, and was severely arc sold eve-yw cre. '.
e face and neck. Not- 19 Ai 5 ud An;ual fr.
s omission, the entire- FERRYST & CO., DET. T, M C'.
the average.

se more uncertain in its l .\
sia. 'Physiciannsaythat 0 y
o two cases agree. It is
cult to make a correct T"
ter how severe, or under I
psinattacks you Brownst
are it. Invaluable in all .
mach, blo d ne er v n
ina olid yhv ll deal.- n d ..
-a '.rIt'h i- L fIh rpk.L ';'




TWO COUPON CONTESTS. foradswith confidence-, toaa a x; OUR N]W NAVY.
tenued prosperity.
To the Molt Popular Perwon in Leon County, wheher male, female, child or For all these and other blessifP we It Will B Very Formidable and Con-
adult. w,- will Mive a railnrod ticket to the State Fair at Jacksonville and two On thb devoutly rte tin Some of the Best Ships Afloat.
days' board at a-irst elaow hotel. On the day thus set apart we should Best Shi'p Afloat
To the Most P.,pular Student at The Florida State College, this city, we will lay aside our usual business affairs and The Naval Board of Construction
give $10 in gold to. slwnd as he or she lies during the holilay recess. unite in giving thanks and praise to a has recommended that our navy be in-
wise and merciftl Providence, invoking creased by the addition of forty new
4***$4*4 4$4 444 *4*44 4$444 4 4 4 4 4 4 *444 a continuance of His blessings to our vessels, ranging from the most power-
S. people. ful battleship down to smail gunboats.
4 0rOSt Popular StudentA In witness whereof I tave hereunto Should congress authorize the con-
0 lO set my hand and caused the great seal struction of these vessels the United ..
.0 4. of the State to be allixed. States would have a navy of which the;
AT THE FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE. 0 Done at the City of Tallahassee this country could be proud, and one upon
4 .. seventh day of November, in the year which we could depend in case of war.
4. of our Lord one thousand, nine hun- The navy would consist of a total of
As the mot Popular Student at the Florida State College, dred and one, and of the independence 328 vessels of all kinds, as follows:
Tallaihamse. T'vote for of the United States the one hundred Twenty first-class battleships, rang-
S and twenty-sixth. ing in size from 10,288 to 16,000 tons,
41* WILLIAM S. JEININGS, and one second-class battleship of 6,-
-- -------------------- --- ------- Governor. 315 tons.
.* By the Governor, Attest: Ten armored cruisers, of from 8,200
o JOHN L CRAWFORD, to 14,500 tons each.
10 4 1 O-- --------------------- Secretary of State. Twenty-four protected cruisers, rang-
... ,. ing in, size from 3,000 to 9,600 tons.
4- Write name and addrs of the o ot nly on dotted lines n DOING THE RIGHT THING. Two of these cruisers, the Columbia --
*4 h lwl t, or mail oieve I-, "i I upo. *oIct.-t E itLor t aillallmeqeeeau. Tallaha-see, n The trouble begins with a tickling in and the Minneapolis, have triple screws
4- Ita" NT i th e than 1o v e n at" will be received frne n ar th the throat and a nagging little cough. and are designed as scout ships.
Sfe a l t a ex em p t i Soreness in the chest follows and the Three unprotected cruisers, of 2,089
patient wonders if he is going to have tons each, and eight converted cruisers.
-- an all winter cold. Probably if he does Nine double-turreted monitors and 4?
THrEY WANT EXCEPTIONS. kind encouragements will be long and the wrong thing or nothing. Certainly six single-turreted monitors (old.)
gratefully remembered. By his death, not if he uses Perry Davis' Painkiller, Eighty gunboats. A large number of remove all dirt and stains from
But Thinks the Law Should Be En- our schools have lost a friend, as the the stanch old remedy that cures a cold these vessels are small ones, captured woodwork and makes it look like
forced Towards Oohers. community has lost an exemplary citi- in twenty-four hours. There is but one and purchased from the Spanish navy, new. It will cleanthefloorkitchen
o Ten. Painkiller, Perry Davis'. and some are converted ships.
State Superintendent of Public n- We extend to his widow the assur- Six composite gunboats. wae, furniture, dishes and clothes
Sstruction N. Seats, is being be- nce of our heartfelt sympathy in her STATE FAIR NOTES. Thirty-six torpedo boats, sixteen better than soap with half the work
Ssieged by letters from parties in dif- ilereavement, and pray-that God in His Next week the state fair will be in torpedo boat destroyers, eight sub- and at haf the co All grocers
8 ferent parts of the state, asking that Iercy may give her comfort Jacksonville. This fair has is origin in marine torpedo boats of the Holland i
exceptions shall be made to the require- i ri. W. DEMILLY, the formation of the state agricultural type, one harbor defense ram and one .
c men that all holders of special certif- J. F. MONTGOMERY, society nearly two years ago. This as- dynamite gun vessel. Send for our FREE booklet,
States shall submit to examination or C. M. BREVARD, sociation invited the co-operation of The foregoing constitute the fighting "Golden Rules for Housework."
Cease teaching. M. B. EPPES, all state organizations, especially in- force of the navy. Other vessels would
It seems that each claimant for this M. W. COTTEN, terested in the agriculture of Florida, be eighteen colliers, four supply ships,* THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
special favor thinks that the law H. CHAUES. so that the fair is the result of the one repair ship, one refrigerating ves- t o St. L New Yrk, Bosto.
should be enforced in every case ex- united efforts of all these different ele- sel, two distilling ships, one tank ship,
cept his own. Superintendent Sheats is WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW. ments.The association thus formed still one transport, one hospital ship, four-
snding out the following letter in re- Great consternation was felt by the decided to, hold the fair at Jackson- teen training vessels, four picket boats
ply to these requests. friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexington, ville after the great fire, fearing that a (small), two dispatch boats, forty-three
STallahasce, Fla. Nov. 14, 1901. Ky., when they saw'he was turning change of location would seem like atugs, four receiving ships, seven sail-
D(ar.Sir:-She recent call for an ex- yellow. His skin slowly changed color, blow to the unfortunate city in its ing vessels and ten obsolete and un-
amination to be held November 26, was Also his eyes, and he suffered terribly, adversity. The association released the serviceable ships.
issued at the request of certain coun- eiis malady was Yellow Jaundice. He city of Jacksonville from its $5,00 I
ties .- ,.ini more teachers, and more was treated by the best doctors, but guananty and has had no funds at its HEALTHY CHILDREN 1.mE HAPPY.
-fp( '.iy to annual the great number with-out benefit. Then he was advised disposal except the $2,500 state appro- Mother's Worm Syrup makes the
of t, vailorary certificates issired, many jo try Electric Bitters, the wonderful priation. This is doubtless the only fair children healthy by expelling the NEtW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
of tlIfmI. doubtless, in violation of the stomach and Liver remedy, and he e-ver opened with so small an outlay. worms that make them ill. Children oitshoot all other black powder shells, because they. are made
Slaw. None of such may have been is- writes: "After taking two bottles I This was only possible through the eat it on bread. better and loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of
ned in your country, and no special re- was wholly cured." A trial proves its self sacrifice of the officers of the asso- ____ -....-. n
ferc-,e wv had to your county in mak- matchless merit for all Stomach, Liver elation who served without pay and powder, shot and wadding. Try themandyouwill be convinced.
ing thec all for another examination; still the law is general in its opera- :ll druggists. expenses. They have their reward, Look Car LU J
tions, andl I see no provision that would ; however, in the fact now certain, that -..- _-.
ligolize any temporary certificate now IN MEMORIAM. in addition to the great industrial dis- | v 0 You Ir KlIdn y
in existence beyond November 26 in At' a regular meeting of Florida play there will be in Jacksonvill next IV .VUU I l l 3i O C A N
your county, any more than in other foyal Arch Chapter the following res- week the largest and most varied dis- (SAVANNAH LINE.)
counties. solutions were adopted: play of agricultural products, ever
It is doubtless thue that every county In the Providence of God, this Royal made in one place in the South.
having issued temporary certificates, Arch Chapter No. 1, is called on to At the fair you will see the largest D ,nn r
including those furnishing the cause mourn the loss of Companion Thomas man in the world you will see the only Dr. e S
for calling another regular examina- j. Roberts. band of Seminole Indians ever giving ,
tion, would like to be exempt from the Companion Thomas J. Roberts be- an exhibit, you will see 30 midway Kidney Pills ,
trouble and expense of this regular ex- came a member of this Chapter, shows, anrong the best in the country, K d e
amination. There is no attempt to con- January 17, 1887, under its last chart- you will see the only public display 4 $ '
ceal the design o make special exam- er, and was a consistent member of wireless telegraphy ever made at
nations as destestable as possible, for thereof until his death on Friday, Sep- a fair in this country except the Pan- cause the kidneys to work aS
it is confidently believed that they are tember 6th, 1901. American. Fairy land as it was shawn ause the kidneys to work as
largely used o perpetuate favoritism, A great part of his useful life was at the World's Fair will be the chi t! nature intended they should.
and to evade the regular examination. spent in this county. Previous to the night attraction. They build up the shrunken
j While it would afford us pleasure to Cival war he was a planter of note in h as of the kidneys, as no-
f yield to the request of your Board, as the eastern part of the county. A McKINLEY MONUMENT.the kidneys, as no
da I see my duty and interpret the law Resolved, First, That in the death of _nown remedy has been found __--
T their is no course left but to hold the Companion Roberts, this Chapter has Governor Jennings Appoints A Coi- to do before.. --
Sexamination called for this month. lost a consistent and useful member, Governor Jennings Appoints A Co- to do before.
Your Truly, always ready as a Royal Arch Mason mittee to Raise Funds. As a cure for urinary troubles 3 gr._ Ld S
Resolved, Second, That the Chapter Governor Jennings is taking a com- t Fasth vightlandeaLuxurious Pasenger Route to New York, Boston and the Bast.
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH. sympathizes with his bereaved widow, mendable interest in the work of rais- Short Rail Ride to Savannah
"Our little daughter had an almost "his surviving son and daughter ing a fund in Florida for the memorial IO, 25, 0 Cents TiE a p ste a hp sal fvann a.
I attack of whooping cough and whose domestic circle has been again arch in honor of the late President THENCE via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Three
Ironchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- invaded'with the summons as we hope McKinley. The governor has appointed R LT COTTT'N'S shjps each week to New York, making close connection with
d, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all to come up higher, and whose mem- an auxiliary committee of twenty-five L. New York-Boston ships, or Sound lners.
er remedies failed, we saved her life .ory is saddened in recalling a pre- members, and has addressed: the fol- Dr Nirst, i ai aigs cht e pHer oshalW, or Soun dl
th Dr. King's New Discovery. Our vious dispensation, which removed a lowing letter to each: rU~fi wi., All ticict uenis and hotels nre supplied with monthly ti~lngschealules. Write for gene
ee, who had Consumption in an ad- brother, who was also a Companion of "Tallahassee, Nov. 9, 1901.-Dear TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 1oa LTER uaii WKINS.Genera t Agent:2 24WestBaystreet. Jacksonville.Fla
vanced stage, also used this wonder- this Chapter. Sir! I am in receipt of the following L_____ .FL VRE,'Mana er. W. H. PLEASANTS.T-affic Manage
fl medicine and today she is perfectly Resolved. Third, That these resolu- telegram and data hereto appended New Pier w. North River. New York. N Y.
well." Desperate throat and lung dis- tions Lt published, and a copy given from the McKinley National Memorial o t FOTC --_ N N
ses yield to Dr. King's New Dis- to the family of our departed Com- Association: .- t; A OAA
very as to no other medicine on panion, and a page of our Record be in- "'Cleveland. O., Nov. 7, 1901.-Hon. Your BoI ARs AI LINEA
erth. Infallible for Coughs and Golds. scribeu to his memory. W. S. Jennings, Tallahassee, Fla.:
~ 50e and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by all GEO. E. MeGRIFF, Florida is relied upon to contribute at with hatS Iierak WA i -
druggists. Trial bottles free. ROBERT GAMBLE, least one thousand dollars to the Me- hs mnrl w
JOHN F. SPEARS. Kinley national memorial. Please ap- always leayc bad after-effects
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Committee. point State auxiliary committee at once on the entire system, and where Tr I AI WAY
ana send names 9 _

president Rose, of the State Agri- PITRIFY THE BLOOD their use is pr ed in, tend to DOUBm m
cultural Society, has issued the fol- PURIFY Tl BOO DOUBLE DA!LY 5~7-VICE
lowing: By taking the old reliable Botanic completely wreck the stomach chdule Effective ugust 25, 1901.
"In accordance with the instruc-, Blood Balm (B. B. B.); cures ulcers, A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. and bowels. NOk'l ii&EAs'I. ;i EA. I 4 A.%;T i
tions of the executive committee of scrofula, eczema, pimples, itching skin, ILv Jacks.iIviile.... .. .. III 7 4 p 4 0 Lv Taha ...... ...................4
the liorida State Agricultural So-' aching bones, boils, carbuncles. if you "Something New Under Fr^a"diia ...... ..... 11; 9 (I p ArChaire................... .... ... 26
clety, the annual meeting is hereby are all run down take B. B. B. It will The Sun." ..USE.. .. :to p ...... Ar Dr ton A...... .. ... .. ............. "5 p
dg sabti ,Ar,............. 21 r :v..........................
called for Wednesday, November '20, give life, .vigor and strength to the D Ar hairfax ... ......... :; pn 1: a i...... Ar Moticelo.... ...... ............ p
1901, in te auditorium of the Florida blood. B, B. B. makes the blood pure All Doctors have tried to cure CA- Ar olu a ............. p ...... Ar rnill..................
State 'air at Jacksonville. A meet- and rich. Druggists, $1. Trial treatment ARRH by the use of powders, acid fY Ar Camr ................ 8; p 5 7: .... Ar Ma1is i..................... .. ...a a
ig of unusual interest is expected, free, by writing Blood Balm Co., At- gases, inhalers and drugs in paste Ar Hal, .. 3 ...... Ar av....................... 420
Ar W ilmir.. ton l......... ...... 2 ...... A r live Oak...........................
". Dr. 11. W. Wiley, cnief of the di- lanta, Ga. torm. Their powders dry up the mu- Ar Sottihekn ine ...... .. 11i8p 849:.... .. Ar Wel' rn .......... ............... 5(spi
4tsion of chemistry, United States cuous membranes causing !them to The n y harmles vt Ar aaleigi a.............. I 21 a 1 37 a.....I Ar iUke city............................. I>
Department of Agriculture, will be THANNKSGIVING PROCLAMATION, crack open and bleed. The powerful Ar Portsz t!, m ........ ; I .. .. Ar lu ton e ........................... 52
nt and address the meeting. Anc. In accordance with a time-honored acids used in the inhalers have en- bowel regulator, and liver vitalizer ar wichiiumu............. 1 p 0 ....... Ar maieron ........ ........... .: ,P
interesting program is in prepara-; custom and in conformity with .tie tirely eaten away the same mem- rnown Aritaim.rre ........... ..I. 12tli....... A- i .. 4i>
tion and will be published in a few t.roclamation of the President of the branes that their makers have aimed Ar o hila4 -a.. r N*e. .... acks.nv...ih 1. 6:..:p
ys. A full attendance of members United States, I-.William S. Jennings,* to cure, while pastes and ointments As pleasant to the taste as r-c r 'W .. __ i,-v o'll.. ,''7 u
dall pe,'sons interested in advanc-, Governor of the State of Florida, do cannot reach the disease. An old and candy, and as positive as the harsh- Lv .ack-4viie .... ............... i- i)12a 7Atob sinn s st
the agrionltural interests of Flor-. recommend the observance of Thurs- experienced practitioner who has for ,Ar LakeCy............ ........ ... 1117 Arrk... .. ........ ........ l 1 'p
is earn-.stly desired. There will day, the 28th day of November present many years made a close 4tudy and est mineral. No gipe or pain. Ar Live.k ............. ......1 p Ar Waldo ....... ........... i1 4l p
e abundant accommodation for all? as a day of thanksgiving and praise specialty of the treatment of CA- Ar MontiT- .......... ...... ....1.. P Ar i........ .............
reason;ai'e prices. to Almighty God for His mercy and TARRH, has at last perfected a Treat- t 25 cc5 t s* ArTaalls.see........................... Ar.-ilv.r rig: ................ :31 )
"The jailr.lads offer a fare of one great goodness vouchsafed to our State ment which when faithfully'used, not Ar T O T T Aui nicy n .. ..... .... ... ....... 7 p r ......................
did one-fou;rth cents per mile to all and people. only relieves at once, but permanently J. p, r Pen'4ala....................... ni' Ar ieesir .............. 34 i, :t:a
itors to the Fair. We have received from our forefath- cures CATARRH, by removing the Ar Moo .. .... .......... 7"a Arravarns.................... ..: 4, 20 a
"R. E. ROSE, President ers the principles upon which is found- cause, stopping the discharges and cur- Druggist, ArNew. Ar 4_ in. Po ...-.............. 5
,g| "H. E. STOCKBRIDGE, Sec'y." ed a government deriving its Just ing all inflammation. It is the only TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ArDadeCity.. ................. 4iup 400a
(i powers from the consent of the gover- remedy known to science dmt actually Ar Plant City..................... 4:4 p 510 a
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT ned. No people enjoy more freedom of reaches the afflicted parts. This won- ArTampa................... 5 40Ip 5a
DA RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. action, wider indidivual responsibility derful remedy is known as "SNUF- Train No.34, the loriad Met rolitan imted, pullman Buffet Sleeper between amp
le We, the Faculty of Leon Academy, and greater protection than those liv- FLES, the GUARANTEED QATARRH iJacksonville and New York, via Hiehmond and Washingum. Day cotchcs between Jackim-
by record our ition f the vile and Washington. Tain 31 ao carries ullman Bullet Sleeping cars between Jery City,
by our appreiation ing within our borders. CURE," and is sold at the extremely Jacksonville and Tampa P _
B ay sterling qualities of the late Mr The justness of our laws and the low price of one dollar, eac package No. 66.lorida and Atlantic Fast Mail. Da coaches. mail, baggage and express between
b R. Cohen, and our sense of thq stability of our institutions as means o containing internal and e rnal me- Jako e and Wahin ad Pullman ler between Jackonville and New Y .
that our entire community h 8 securing personal liberty and of pro- icine sufficient for a full moKevth's treat- 1ssmeds for Key West ad aavania--Leave Port Tampa uddaisp Tuesdays audlepr d1r
faithful and efficient school offi- severely tested by those among us who perfect use. 1Full a o -on at city Ticket Of ice, ihone DR F Hopkms, A M.CDOTEL
rendered true service to educa- were not reared under our forms of "SUFFLES" is the orny perfect s IVP. G.M.. e. t A Gen.
interests. His untiring zeal and government, and who have been taught CATAkRH CURE ever made and is t Portsmouth, Va. Jac.on Fla.
----- to obey leaders instead of the law. now recognized as the onl-I safe and- --
t>vi \ We should feel profoundly thank- positive cure for that annoying and o
h eIi ful that the grave situations which disgusting disease. It cures all In- Carlabelle, Tallah asE & Georgia .B.
Shave been presented to our officers and flammation quickly and permanently,
S' people have been met and conrolled by and is also wonderfully quick to re- Dyspepsia is unrecognized in PASSENGER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3, 1900.
Peaceful means under the beneficence lieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the half the cases. It deceived the -- -
and power of our wholesome laws. HEAD. unknowing suferer. Its many eaDown. Read Up
During this year the State has suffer- CATAIKtH when neglected often variations workalongtheweakest R*-
ed a disastrous conUagration that left leads to CONSUMPTION-"SNUF- lines of the system. To battle '
4B ten thousand of our fellow-citizens PLES" will save you if you uase it at ainstonlyoneofthemivain. TATIONSI
homeless and temporarily without once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a Our booklet t hxep iites n -
PanmiA_ 1 The sufferers had the hearty neiinalte treatment whkih In noeitively o I s i

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SYou Doe't RFlM it lere Look

0. B. Ball came over from JAckson-
vfMle Tuesday.
+ +
Tax Aemmor H T. Felkel hs been
Oa the sick list the past week, but is
uach better now.
Chow Chow and &uc"mber pickles by
the quart and gallon at T. B. byrd's.
Frank A. Heats, o0 Brist, spent
several hours in Tallahassee tuesday,
a guest of the St. James.
Watches and clocks, the best time-
keepermade, accurate and reliable, at
Dr. Peck Smih, of Madisov, spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in th capital
city, shaking hands with old friends.
moves the unhealthy tissue upda which
worms thrive; It brings, and quickly, a
healthy condition of body where worms
cannot exist. Price 25 cents. Wight &
J. H. Combs and family arrived last
week from Colorado Springs, Colo.
They will probably locate here.
Obelisk Flour is the very bpst flour
you can get. Try it at T. B. Byrd's.

+ + +
The next attrawhile for action at t-husker Opera
House will be dHuman Hearts," on
Monday, December 16th.

ct.Wight& Ir
Mr. and Mrs J. W. FerreCollins d fam-

in this city, was here Wedneday. Her
ly spent Sunday and Monrs. Fy very.
pleasantly with relatives at Mfccosuki.
For all fresh cuts or woundgst either
onByrd the human subject or on cknmals,
hisAARmighty'S SNOW LINIMENT s ex-
tellenta while for corn-huskers' sprain-
ed wrists, barbed-wire cuts at d sores
on working horses, it cannot be too
ashighly commended. Price 25 and 0to
cents. Wight & Bro. /
Get that wedding ring froa H. N.
Sheeting. He has some beauties.
Mr. J. W. Ferrell, of Midwfey, who
owns considerable value take a doe roperty-
in this city, was here Wednelday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. FeelTablets.

Theyrd's Call and see our stock, ton
makhis s a mighty good tine to pay
sathe Taby h that little& Bro.bill you
owe They are small, but there are lots
-p them, and the worst of it is nine
evt of ten are being Just as backward
as you are. That makes it hard on us to
meet our bills. -
When you feel that life P hardly
worth the candle take a dose bf Cham-
berlain's Stomach and iUver; Tablets.
They will cleanse your stomach, tone
up your liver and regulate your bowels
making you feel like a new tan. For
sale by ,eight & Bro.
"'Plain gold rings, diamond rings and
everything in the jewelry linq at H. N.



Babies and children need I
proper food, rarely evernmedi-
Scine. If they do notthrive
on their food something is
wrong Theyneed a litle I
help to get their digestive
machinery working prperly.


ffyou will put fron one-
fourth to halt a teasFoonful
in babs bottle three or four
tams a day you will spon see,
a m .we hFmnL For
larger children fromthalf to
a teaspoonful according to
* age issold in ther miA
If you so desire will very




Never try to coax a cold or cough.
use the remedy that unfailingly con-
quers both. BALLARD'S HORE-
HOUND SYRUP is -the great specific
for all throat and lung troubles. Price
25 and 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
S4+ 4 4.
Joseph Tucker, colored who w.-Lks
on the railroad, was arrested Monday
by Sheriff Pearce, charged with carry-
ing concealed weapons. He was. tried
before Judge Whitfield, who fined him
$100, or three months.
4-4 4
Many people are suffering fearful.y
from indigestion or dyspepsia, when
one single bottle of HERBINE 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.

Delicious fresh roasted coffee's that :
will please you if you are not just
exactly satisfied with what you are us-
ing. Try some of my famous blend and
you will be suited. T. B. Byrd.
Have you ever read any of Sweden-
borg's Works? If not, will you send me

your address enclosing a stamp or
two and I will mail you one of his
books FREE. State whether you want it
In English or in German. Adolph
Roeder, 80 Cleveland street, Orange,
N. J. 2t
Just received three car-loads of good
Cypress Shingles, which we will close
out from $2.15 to $2.65 per 1,000. Ex-
amine these shingles before purchas-
ing elsewhere. TAYLOR & CHILD.
'Phone 87.
The U. Live Stock Remedy pre-
pared by L Morgan, has proved invalu-
able as both remedy and cure for m&.nrabma .iA n pdIAadlA Ao.M

vreIn this cty arn
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MIss M- N Subd, a jwtar young
society lady ot Cw wt, us,has been
th pleasant gsest et rof cosla, Miss
Jesie Meglnn as for several days.,
Sterling silver teapots, ugar bowls,
napkin rings, etc., In glittering array
at H. N. Sweetings.
Fine Apples, Pears Grapes, Bananas
and Oranges at T. B. Byrd's.
Many prospectors f'om the West and
Northwest have arrived in Tiallihwsee
the past two weeks. They are looking
around with a view to purchasing
farms and locating in Leon county.
3. 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-.
sa, kidney dimea and costiveness.
Think it far superior to Zeilin's and
lack Draught I've tried.
4+ 4, -
Perhaps a large number of factories
in the capital city's list of business en-
terprises, would make Tallanassee one
of the most .important commercial cen-
ters in the South. Let's all work with
that end in view.
Fine Celery at T. B. Byrd's.
More convincingly than ever must
we work to make the people realize
that the future growth and prosperity
of Tallahassee depends on unity of pur-
pose anu harmony of action.
*+ + +
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. .
The present term is the most pros-
perous in the history of the Leon
County Academy. Superintendent De-
milly reports an attendance of 210
Don't forget to buy your Thanks-
giving good things from T. B. Byrd.
See J. W. Collins' new ad. in this
issue, if you need shoes. He is making
a specialty, of low priced, serviceable
shoes, and advertises to fit any pocket
book as well as any foot.
To purify and enrich the blood.
strengthen the nerves and invigorate
the system, use Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Liver Medicine.
The Florida State Fair opens up it
Jacksonville next week. Many LeoL
county farmers will have individual ex-
hibits, and a large crowd will be in at-
tendance from Tallahassee.
Don't forget Miss Archer's store
when you want something nice for the
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Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, constipation
and headache They are easy to take
and pleasant in effect. For sale by
Wight & Bro.
Mr. W. R. Wilson has a change of
ad. in the Tallahaseean which it will
pay you to read. Mr. Wilson offers
fresh bargains every week. He also has
something fresh to say through the
columns of this paper every issue.
Dr. J. T. Fowler, wife and children,
of Shorterville, Ala., were here Mon
day, en route to Arran, where they
will spend several days with Mrs. Fow-
ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bunk
er. They were guests of the Constan-
4- 4 4. .
The little god Cupid is firing his
golden shafts of love indiscriminately.
and everybody in Tallahassee is either
getting married, going to be married.
or wanting to be married. Let the good
work continue, because, as the poet
has it, "man was made to mourn."

during the term.
Christmas cards 94d Booklets for
children at Miss Archers.
Testify your yalty to T1lnhagee
by working heart and soul for cleanli-
ness, street improvements, ftatories,
and every other enterprise that will
help build up the place.
See the beautiful designs in cut glass
for wedding presents at H. 'N. Sweet-
Miss Louise Ingis, tle accomplished
daughter of Capt J. L. Inglis, of Madi-
son, Florida,, is visiting Mrs. Charles
Henry Dickinson, of this city.
Mr. G. Herbert Boutelle, of Washing-
ton county, secured the scholarship in
the State Normal, for Hamilton county
yesterday, there being no other com-
Officer A. R. Gray, and brother, E. F.
Gray, attending a cane grinding Tues-
day night, at the home of their uncle,
Mr. Edward Gray, six miles west of
Tallahassee. They report a large crowd
of young people and a good time.
+ + +
There is a certain. appropriateness
in working for your home city that
should encourage every citizen to do
his duty. If you don't like the place
get out, but while you remain here,
work for Tallahassee.
Hon. John C. McDonald, of Way-
cross, Ga., was in Tallahassee Priday
on business. aur. McDonald is one of
Georgia's leading legal luminaries. He
is chairman of the Democratic Execu-
tive Committee. of the Eleventh Con-
gressional District, and is quite a prom-
inent factor in State politics.



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Quite a number of prospectors from
abroad have been in Tallahassee the
past week looking around, with a view
to locating here. Leon county has some
of the best farms and most progressive
farmers in Florida. Lands are com-
paratively cheap, too, and there is
plenty of room for industrious settlers.
4 + + +4
The St. James Hotel, Mrs F. B.
Lamb, proprietress, has a card in this
issue. This is the oldest established
hotel in Tallahassee, and its menu is
unsurpassed. Everything is nice and
home-like, and under the immediate
supervision of Mrs. Lamb. The travel-
ing public will find the St. James con-
venient and comfortable.
On November 22na, at the residence
of Mrs. Edmonson, on Monroe street,
the young people of the League of the
Methodist church will give a novel en-
tertainment-Cradle Song of the Na-
tion by the children in costumes. The
program will be published later. Ad-
mission 25 cents, including refresh-
ments. Public cordially invited.
Floridians need not be surprised to
learn in the next two or three years
that the capital city has awakened
from her Rip Van Winkle slumbers.
Tie town is now on a very decided
boom. More improvements are now go-
ing than have been in progress at any
one time in the past twenty years.
+ + +-

A small pony attached to a' one-F
horse wagon, and driven Oy an old'
negro, attempted to! run afay Tues-
day, on Monroe street He started at
the Telegraph office,. kicked the front

out of the wagon bel near the Talla- 444 4
hasseean and was stopped on the corn- 4.
er of Clinton and Monroe streets. s St J
+ 4+ *
The Franklin Guards, Florida State 4.
Troops, of Apalachcola, whose armory
burned about a year ago, have rebuilt. Mrs.
The boys showed a great amount of*
.luck in the work, and are entitled to Onlyfir
much praise. Their new armory is 14 hssee
handsomer and more commodious than bon:elike
the old one. Its dedication will occur on Comforta
the night of November 28, on which
occasion the Guards will give a recep- "
tion to their friends. There will, of And all -
course, be dancing, as no military re- of the pr.
ception would be complete without a up, and ir.
social hop. Handsome invitations have :
been sent out, and it goes without say- HACK
ing that all who ,.ttend will have a
good time. 4 444 4



Is too precious to be risked
impure, unreliable drugs.
muke a specialty of co
pounding prescriptions,
exercise great care in wei
lng the ingredients, so ti
the results will be just a

Balkcom's Drug
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fames Hotel, .
(Near Capitol)
F. R. LAMB, Prop.

t class brick hotel in Talls-
Everything up-to-date and
ble Beds.
Pleasant Rooms,
Excellent Fare,
order t'-e Ip rscnal supervision
prietre-s. Rates. $- per day
.m $10 up by the week.




The Tallahassee Drug Co.

^ Drugs 1
( Medicines
Sickroom Requisites ^
v Bristle Goods
Toilet Articles
Fine Candy
SCgars ga
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' Tobacco A
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needay aniht with a mot delmtmf
social hop in the dinalg M MCE te
Imon iotel. About eighteen 0"i"SIs
our most popular young godetyp90
were present tThe young men aet -
ing very hard to secure the ser"ic
a rs-cla. ortr, to ake the
coming season a notable oneeTer. l
daneeS, entertalmenms sand gpt*b6
are being arranged for the near .
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: and
: Winter :
". Opening of .
: Pattern Hats,

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Wednesday, Oct, 23),1901 1

- A Choice Selection of Neckwear

A full line of Kid Gloves, Hand-
. kerchiefs, Corsets, Hosiery :
4. and Wools. 4.

M ,iss Adele Gerard,

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Tallahassee, Fla., Nov.

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At the P.pular Store

Pringle & Johnson

But Mondays and Thursdays are their Big Barain
1 Days, when they make a sp cialty of selliPngthe
^(Hbest Groceries in Tallahassee at lowest prices A'er
e ~ offered. If you want to save money you will ave
to purchase from this well-known reliable _rm.
See a few of our Spot Cash Prices. They are Winn and ow
Motto is ,*Quick Sales and Small Profits."
16 Ilbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00
Rich Cream Corn, per can, .11
A nice French Sardine, per can, .11
2 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can, .0.,
3 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can, .\
16 oZ. Ball Sterling Potash, per ball, .07
8 oz. Ball Sterling Potash, per ball, .04
Pyles Pearline, per package, .0:4
Lyon Coffee, per package, .11
Shredded Wheat Biscuits, per package, 1 .121
Try a pound of Family Tea, at .50
Sir Lipton's Tea, worth 75c and $1.00, for .5 and .85
10 lbs. good green Rio Coffee, worth $1.25, for 1.00

AlWe are Closing Out
Our Dry Goods Department, and have seasonable goods at
will appeal to the purseof the prudent purchaser. Ret e r
the day, and that theae are spot caah oers for these dayM y.

The Red Front rery.

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Say! I Keep Everyiing
Usually sold in a flrst-claw General MKrchandise Stare. and
my stock is all fiesl and good-none of your old, shVp worn
stuff, but everything strictly up to-date. In .. .

Dry Coods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
I can't be beat. If "you want something stylish al gxxl,
give me a call. Then, if you are after . .

Staple and Fancy Gr oceries,
Hardware, Family Drugs, Notions or anything Tie*.- in thi-
best regulated family, just see me, because I bell it ror let
than the other fellow. I

Am also Wholesale Dealer in Florida
Syrup, the best on the market.



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Serviceable Shoes, comfortable shoe.,
low priced shoes, the kind that will fit
every pocket book, as well as every
foot. Children's shoes from 25 cents
to $1.50. Ladies' shoes from 75 cents
to $2.50. 'Men's shoes from $1.00 to
$3.00. I make low priced shoes a
specialty, and guarantee satisfaction.
My prices are money savers.


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The Peoples' Grocery,
(On Jefferon street second door frm fish market)
CHAS. F. COOSWELL, Proprietor. :
Our store is up-to-date in every sartioular. We are dAily receivit

Thi Wa11 io I

And the enterprising drngg
must cater to the wants of(h
customers. In other wor
he muft move with the woi
or get hopelessly left. Ba
corn's Drug Store prides it
on the purity of the ..

And Druggit's Sundries c
rited in stock. Everything
the purest and best thatmo
can buy, and this should
taken intoconsideration wl
you have a prescription. I
life of . .


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Judges of Good Cigat

If you cannot find our cigars
.at your dealers, please call at
our office and get a smoke
free, and we will inform you
where they are on sale.

El Provedo Cigar Factory,"



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