Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
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Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title: Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: December 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00076
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
lccn - sn 95047416
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Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

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PE LIHG Ms iM G. J. Davis,uMrs.aJennins, (flR 71'L UT ; ,IAU
McCall, John Pearce, Mrs. Hayward
Randolph, Miss Raney, Miss Clyde
Raney, W. A. Rawls, Mrs. Arthur Ran- *
Important Matters Ditsseda ol ,r. in John spears, The Crowds Will be Here The Ofl Well Derrick in Po-
SG(eo. Walker, Mrs. E. T. Williams, J. S.
b Ci undi Winthrop, irs. E. L. Long, Mrs. S. 3. From all Directions
byit y Long, Judge Mabry, Judge Whitfield.From all Directions s
il. Whitfleld, Miss Mary Whitfield, P. __
W. Wilson, Mrs. Bennett, Prof. Mur-
ODphree, Mrs. Howard, Mr. Felkel, Miss FREE
T W.RR. Wilson, Mrs. Head, Mrs. Dun-
can, Mrs. C. Pearce, Mr. Hirshburg.
---- Mr. Alford, Dr. Moore, Mrs. R. C. Long,
Seeks Location for Depot 13 Cap- A. Harrison, Mr. Cliff, Mrs. C. W. Ban- A Week of Solid Enjbyment to Tal- Power of the Press and Female In-
nerman, V. F. Balkeom, Mr. Markham,E
ital City. Mrs. Betton, Mrs. Bond, Mr. Spiller, labassee Viitors. fluence Extolled.
Miss C. Walker, Mrs. David Cay, Mrs.
C. Cay, Mrs. A. Levy, Dr. Lewis, Mr.
There was a special meeting of the Tully, Mrs. Curry, D. B. Meginniss, It has been decided to make next Mr. O. H. Kelley, of Carrabelle, was
city council Wednesday nigh for the Mrs. McLin, Gen. Lang, Mr. Hays, Mrs. week a regular gala occasion, and there here Saturday on a business trip. Mr.
purpose of discussing some rtant Willamson, Mrs. DeBerry, I. B. Hson, will be more free exhibitions than Kelley informs us that the derrick for
matters Mrs. S. D. nittenden, Mrs. W. N. ever before seen in the Capital iCty. the oil .well is in position and that part
At the roll call the tollowl mem- heatst, Mrs. RI Rose, B. B. Wilson, The Cincinnati Carnival Company of the wsahery for drilling is on the
bers answered to their names: Chair- Mr. Neely, Mr. Spencer, Mr. Ginsburg, has made arrangements to hold forth ground. T derrick, which is 12 feet
man Armstrong, and Counci Ran- krs. Armstrong, Mrs. Gilmore, Mrs. in Tallahassee all next week, and be- nigh, was mpleted Saturday. The
dolph, pall, Spidler, Edmon n, Per- Stilly, Mr. Scarboro,,Dr. Williams, Mr. ginning Tuesday Mdnroe street will work of boring will" begin in a few
kins, Quaile, Yaeger and Liv and A. Jurns, Mr. Wight, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs present a scene of Oriental splendor days.
H. Williams, city cler. Quail, Miss Wheelock, Prof. Bierly, that will dazzle the eyes of all visitors. "I have every confidence that we
Mr. T. T. Stockton, of Jac onville, Prof. Bucbholtz, Prof. Williams, Miss There will be Turkish and Egyptian shall strike oil,' said Mr. Kelley. "The
business manager of the -Union Miller, F. Myers, E. Hopkins, Sydney villages, Indian vilages, and all other people to whom the contract has been
and Citizen, made a short to the Diamond, Mrs. R. H. Gamble, Judge attractions usually sten in the carni- awarded are very confident too. They
council in which he asked t body Hcker, Mr. ot, Judge Maxwell, Clay vals given in the larger cities. are experts in their line, and their
to take a page write-up in ot of the Crawford, Mr. Knott. Miss Jackson. Free music, free slows, free exhibi- years of experience in the -ifferent oil
bunday editions of his pa some o"he dues from these will pay all the tions, will be the feature of the week. fields of the country is a guarantee that
time during the month of Fe ordinary current expenses of the li- excursion rates of pne fare for the they have faith in the prospects.
Mr. Stockton emphasized impor- library, exeptan tunerenewal of the mag round trip will be given on all rail- "We are building high hopes on the
tance-of advertising the cit advan- ins, and I understand t this will roads entering the cty during the en- success of our efforts or the money re-
tages and resources, inciden ly stat- be provided for before the year expires tire week, and visitors will have an ap- quired to do the work would not be in-
ing that in late years Tal and w hiretru portunity of enjoying a continuous vested in the enterprise. We propose
Leon county had received greater of directors autteorizes me to thank the round of pleasure. to.go down 2,000 feet, or more, if nee-
proportion of new settlers n any several ittes of the ladies, Never before in the history of the essary, although we are confident that i
other section of Florida. he at- well a those who have so promptly city has such a carnival been given we will strike oil before reaching that
tribute to judicious advert g, and given their assistance, nere. The variety of free attractions depth."
was of the opinion that the cil should W.H. ARTER, President. will make it possible for visitors to see In further discussing the outlook for
continue the good work by ing a YMEN'S BONDSmuch for little. One of the great fea- Carrabelle s growth, Mr. Ktelley said:
page in the Times-Union an Citizen. IN HYMEN'S BONDS. tures will be the wonderful leap from "There are two irresistible forces
The price asked was $150 for front a tower 75 feet high, into a pool ot that I always try to enlist for any en-
page, and it more were etan the water three and one-half feet deep. terprise I undertake. These are the
second page would be given o i $100. I Miss Lella Roberts and Mr. John 'f. This feat will be performed every day, ladies and printer's ink. An enter-
lie also stated that for each e the and is only one of the many free sights. prise is given respectability by the
city would receive 500 extra ies of Fuller Marrieu Thursday. The people from all the surrounding former and publicity by the latter. No
the paper. A wedding bordering on the romantic towns and counties are cordially invit- movement ever failed that had female
Councilman Quaile made motion was consummated in Tallaassee on ed to come and enjoy a week of solid influence behind it, and when this im-
that the city take the front and Thursday afternoon at 3:3O o'clock, fun. Bring your wives, children and mense influence is supplemented by the
a committee be appointed to t upon Mr. John F. fuller and Miss sweethearts, and come prepared to have almost irresistible power of printer's
the county commissioners induce ela Roberts were made man and a good time. ink the success of the undertaking is
that body to co-operate by an wife The Cincinnati Carnival Company is assured.
additional page. Tne anap- The groom is a well-to-do farmer of going to show you sights you never saw "When I left home up in Michigan to
pointed Councilmen Quaile, ller and lFve Points, Ala., and the bride is a before, and you will also be given an go to Chicago to carve out a fortune,
Edmondson. popular young lady of the Capital City. opportunity of spending the holidays my mother gave me this piece of ad-
Mr. Stockton supplement his re- The two had never met until Mr. Fuller in Tallahassee, the beautiful capital of vice: "if you wish to be a favorite
marks by stating that the pri quoted arrived here Wednesday, nor had either Florida, the land of sunshine and flow- with the young ladies, be sure and
included the expenses of pI res, en- ever seen a picture. of the other. ers. cultivate the old ladies. If you are a
gravirigs aru write-up, giving he conn- through h a mutual filiend a correspond- favorite with the ladies, the men will
cil the privilege of appoin ug some erce was opened up which culmirated TALLAHASSEE SOUTHEASTERN. certainly stand by you. In the many
one to do the latter and keep 4at ruch a+ the hymen;al altir. The announcement of the sale of the year. that htve passed since that time
of the money at home, or t have the The cercmuny v0as perform.c by the Tallahassee and Southeastern railway I have discovered tne truth of her:
work done by a member of 'a Times- Rev. W. -. H. Mabry, at unw Metioe'isL has revived interest in tbht ert.rpr:s, words, and by making friends of the
Union staff. parsonage, in the presence of a few in- and hopes are expressed that the road ladies, have invariably secured the co-
Hon. A. S. Mann, repres ting the.timate friends. *ke contracting par- will be pushed forward as rapidly as operation of the men."
new purchasers of the 1 Ilahassee ties received a number of beautiful and possible.
Southeastern railroad, ap d before valuable presents. The new purchasers have given noth- PATENTS GRANTED
the council in the interest that cor- Mr. and Mrs. Fuller left this morn- ing out for publication, and the old T9 Southern inventors this week, re-
poration, seeking concession from the ing for- Columbus, Ga., from whence, owners are also mum -on the subject, porfed by Swift & Co., patent lawyers,
city. He stated that the n owners atter spending a few days, they will go hence it is impossible to make any def- opposite U. S. Patent Office, Washing-
meant business, and pro to have to Five Points, Ala., their future home. inite statement in regard to the pros- ton, D. C., who will furnish copies of
the line,in full running ord inside of They liave the best wishes of numer- pects. The road has been under way any of these patents for 10 cents each:
six months. After citing advant- ous friends in this city. for a long time, and its completion Alexander A. Allen, Birmingham, Ala.,
ages that would accrue to e Capital would mean much for Tallahassee. ore-separater; Gabriel E. Bilderback,
City in the way of freight tes, etc., WOODVIL NEWS. Colliers, W. Va., envelope; Fannie J.
he asked the way of freight teh, etc., WOODVIm L NWS. For Christmas Cards, Booklets 'ond Booze, Springwood, Va., loom; Robert
lease of that part of the ci reserve- Woodville, Dec. 17.--Our community Holiday Novelties, you should inspfCt E. L. Crosby, Searcy, Ark., collapsible-
lying at the foot of Adams a Monroe was shocked last Wednesday by the Miss Archer's stock on McCarthy crate; James C. Dean, Herold, W. Va.,
streets for the purpose of ting a death of Mrs. Sils Allig ood, daughetelevator; William E. Eckard, Wheel-
depot, freight houses, tra and all of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L Revel. The
necessary buildings for a t of nine- funeral took place at the Baptist
nessa dichurch Thursday afternoon, Rev. Thos.
ty-nine for this con onMr. arle officiating, assisted by Rev. WAXW ELL W INS
ennsid fromha5t00 thoma0, fillng up concourse of relatives and friends. The
the place and erecting bu lings, etc deceased left an infant babe only eight
An ordinance was submit d by the days old.
An ordinance was dubmi ad by the There is not much news this week. She Received Nine Hundred and Eighty-one Votes
Senator, which was red consider- Things have been dull-so much so
ed by the council. that our merchants and clerks got up This Week.
Councilman Edmondson ked if the a 'possum hunt Friday night They
railroad company would a e to in- got up a party of twelve or fifteen,
sert within the ordinance a aouse that some armed with axes, some with The contest for the most popular to keep in the lead when once there
the shops and general h quarters spades and some wita one thing and
would be located here. M ann re- some another. They sallied forth after student at the Forida State College than it is to get ahead when once be-
plied that inasmuch as tas was al- the 'possum. They reported that they has ore to a cl It has created h bind.
ready the intention of the mpany, he had a good time, but it was not a good During the last few days, however,
could see no objection to clause mght for *possums, as they only got cdnsiderable interest, especially during e fo s e r o
Councilman Lively mad a motion one. They were a sleepy looking lot tne friends of Miss Meginniss rallied to
that a special committee b appointed the next day. the past week. her support, with a determination to
to investigate and report onl matter. Mr. Dow. Kelly and wife and baby The winner, Miss F Maxwell, is win. The other side had too good
After amendment oy jmnellman who have been visiting relatives and winner, Mi Maxwell, is The other side had too good a
Quaile that the committee ie nstruct- friends at Woodville for some time, an extremely popular young lady, and start, however, and maintained it. They
edwa tocarried. city at y, motion y.left for their home at Cyatvlle, Ga, has cause to be proud of her victory, realized that Miss Meginniss was an ex-

Louncilmen Ball, Qua.e Edmond- -Mrs. Dick Johnson, from th-. Pin- Miss Bershe Mega ib, who was second tremely popular and deserving young
son. hook. is visiting Woodville this week.
After further discussing '1 b. matter W. C. Robison, of Pinhook, spent in the race, Is as o popular and has lady. This induced them to work sys-
it was decided that the coou Al ret at Sunday at Woodville, with relatives, hundreds of friends. That she did not' thematically in saving and gathering up
5 o'clock Thursday after n to L~ar Your humble scribe is on the sick
the report of the special ittee. st this week with a cold, and the win Is no reflecton on her popularity. coupons.
Council adjourned. weather is so cold we have to keep in It simply shows tht the friends of Miss The Tallahasseean wishes to congrat-
Pursuant to hastrtJo a quorum doors.
of members, with Am vitrong th is quiet this morning. All Maxwell were more determined that late Miss Maxwell on winning the con.
and City Clerk Williams, in the are keeping in to keep warm. their favorite should win, and took test, and Miss Meginniss on the loyal
council chamber at 50-' v Thursday
afternoon. As the was not u'OuTIE'S APPOINMENT S greater interest 4i the contest. They support of her friends. During the
ready to report, a recess taken m- 'he usual number of notaries public placed her in the lead at the start, and week Miss Maxwell received 981 votes,
Ul 12 o'clock today. have been appointed by Governor Jen-
nings during the past week. The fol- took care to keep her there. This giving her a total of 1,340. Ms Me-
SUBSCRIBERS TO T. ARY. lowing gentlemen have received coin- sLowed good judgment, as it is easier ginuisa -eeelved i35, with a total of 992.
Editor Tallahasseean: hor and missions to serve in that capacity for
credit to the laoies by efforts tne State at large:
the maintenance of the has been G. W. Pulimam, of PensacomL. AL_&_*
assured; they have earnestly A. A. Stebblns, of Manatee.
and faithfully; nor should be torgot- J. 8. Bell, of Jacdsonvlle.
ten that the response has general John Walton. ofTampa. St Pop lar Youn Lady
tPopular Young Lay
and cheerful; the l les Jas. J. Charles, of Putnam HaIl.
and gentlemen--eem to te realized The following appointments to other
that the credit of the'city involved, positions have also been made: IN TALLANASSEE.
lad new memberships willingly A. L. Alexande, of Savannah, ga., I
taken. The following are e names of to be "Comiisioner "of Deeds for the

the general tobacco business, and gen- freight charges and hauling. Just think
rally to do such other business as is of it, only $1,200 a mile, when other
proper and germane to the object of its towns are compe.ied to pay *10,000. A
incorporation. T0,U0)0 bond issue would give us '24
':-_'les of mRcadamized streets and put
WOMEN WORK WITHOUT BALLOT? in a first-class sewerage system. If
One of the department editors of the put to an election there is little doubt
New York Evening Post discusses the that bonds would go through by a big
large number of women who were con- majority.
averted to a desire for the franchise by It it also admitted that the city needs
the struggle of the last 'pmpatgn in manufacturing enterprises, yet nothing
that city, and gives numerous instances is being done to secure them. The peo-
of those who started in as antii" and pie will have to wake up. They must
came out with the determination to geS a move on themselves and hustle,
vote as well as to work in the near it they desire to get there. A number
future. "How lodg,." asks this editor, of our widetwake citizens have ex-
"do you suppose these, earnest, high- Pressed a willingness to take stock in
minded women, striving for municipal any enterprise that will help to build
betterment, are going to beat them- Up Tallahassee. They have asked that
selves against the stone wall of unequal a .citizen's meeting he held to discuss
suffrage? The issues of this 'anmpagn the best plans to make the city grow.
converted hundreds of them, and other As yet no response has been made to
campaigns fully as critical-for the their overtures.
work is by no means ended-will con- This ts not the kind of enterprise to
vince many more how much easier It be displayed in a modern city. It is
will be to bear the burdens of the du- not the kind to build up a town. It
ties of citizenship when they hold its savors too much of the famous slumber
supreme right, the ballot in their unndulged In by Rip Van Winkle. We
hond&" Want to Set nOut of t*Ih.a irA na


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pipe-vise; r PRETTY GOL WATCH
g, W. Va., pipe-vise; Hillary Eld-PRD TTV POL
Ige, h.emphis, Tenn., acetylene- gaF PRE T I L4 WATHl
nerator; Sam Harbison, Knoxville
Smn., spring for teds or the like; __ *
mes S. Harper, fiulett, Ga., fertilizer .
ributor Benjamin Hicks, Vicks- or ost Popular ng
lie, Va., machine for stemming and FOf lOSt Lapdylr lOIg ia
C ning peanuts or green peas; Rich-
A. Langerman, Louisville, Ky., in Tllh
spinning top; Cottlieb Loewenstein,
rswick, Ga., curtain-pole hanger;
arles H. Miles, Oklahoma Territory,
in-lifting attachment; for harvest- X BITIOn
i g machines; Fren W. Pickerel -and1W ON HIBTO
W. McCutchan, Garber, Oklahoma
territory, threshing machine; Wilitai _
Pitts, Atlanta, Ga., liquid dropper;
alter F. Reed, Camden, S. C., ad- At Sweeting's Jewlry Store on
stable bay rake: John M. Rogers, Monroe et.
oanoke, Va., puzzle; George D. Scottonroe t.
irmingham, Ala., mantle support car-
er; Frank Smally, Huntington, W. -
a., shingle mold; George H. Traxel. Tallahassee is note*: far and near
ays.ville, Ky., safety attachment for or her beautiful wome; and brave men.
after backs; John T. Tyler, Roxobel. The Tallahassee girl ts been immor-
C., motor apparatus; George S. talized in poetry and 1 prose, and to-
ite, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Ter-- day stands like a rose the queen in a
Itory, vanor burning apparatus; bower of lovely floweit. She is noted
muel T. Young. Glasgow, Ky., filing' not only for her beautiful face and
bmnet, and apparatus for filing and voluptuous form, but or her pleasant
celing checks or other papers;; Jno. smile, her captivatin manner and
Youree, Prairlegrove, Ark., safety sweet disposition.-
ppliance tor swimming pools. She floats before thoenchanted gaze
like a meteor, a visio of rare beauty
- HEALTH AND BEAUTY. and grace divine. Shlis popular, too,
ult of a torpd liver or irregula" ac with everybody who s her, winning
tion of the bowels. Unless nature's re- nds and casting s ine in efful-
fuse is carried off it will surely cause gent rays, upon all wtio come within
impure blood. Pimples, boils and the radius of her charms.
other eruptions follow. This is na- The 'Iallahassee girlioday is at once
poison which the bowels 'a.*-.l to re the most beautiful anj most captivat-
;move. DWitt's Lit'.1 Ea-ly itiser. ,.'e ing specimen of her se-. They are all
world-famous rf ur n d;:a? t;is I*- popular, but.there is one more popular
edition. They tiwualat .a. hliv. r -.1 than the others. In a garden of sweet
promote regular and heal: i* a.*tin .f flowers there is one that towers above
the bowels but never cause gripir.g, the rest So it is with the Tallahassee
cramps or distress. bate pillar. girls.
The Tallabasseean wishes to discover
NEW CHARTERS GRANTED. the most popular young lady in the
Capital Jity. with this object in view
we arge going to gijre a handsome gold
Corporations That Have Been Granted watch to the one upon whom the honor
falls. This magnificet watch has full-
Letters Patent. jeweled Elgin move nt, and is war-
ranted a perfect timekeeper.
Letters patent have been granted to It is furnished by Cr. h. A. Sweet-
the Lakeland Printing and Publishing ing, the jeweler, who vill vouch for its
Company, of Lakeland, Fla., with C. M. value as a reliable watch, and will be
Marsh, C. S. Lowery and J. R. Spence on exhibition in his show window. Go
as incorporators. o and see it and then vote for the one
The corporation is organized for the you think the most popular young lady
purpose of transacting a general print- -in the city.
ing and publishing business, dealing ini A coupon will be found in another
books, paper, stationery and stationer's column of this paper. Cut it ont, write
nercnanause, printing, binairg ard Eell- the name of your favorite on the blank
ing all kinds of boks, mag1tines, line and send the ballot to The Talla-
newspapers, circulars, pamphlets, etc. hasseean olce. lkon't delay, as the
The Pcnsacola 'iar and Turpentine coupon wiH only rur a siort time, and
Company has hcen granted a charter, teis their side might catch you nap-
and will d'o busine:s in Peusaccla ard I;ing.
in other parts o F lorida. The incor- The sltand g of the car.d(ld.,tes wili
.porats- are: F i. Miriner, r'-'- Ie anc-....throuwh.!- columns of
dent; L. M. Levy, vce-r,rCsident; J. M. 'ile 'Tai: ,i: e-.n fromun w .e to week,
Mullon, sccr.:ary and trca.urer; 1 and thcre is at press:. no .cciaed
H. R.yero, 1). V/. M. Wils- B. FlorIbcs, time time f-r tue contest to dose, it
w. N. Roberts, J. M. Muldon, L. M. would he w.ll for you to vote as early
Levy anld F. Mariner, directors. and often as possible. No restriction
The capital stock is $241,009. divided will be placed on the number of ballots
into 2411 shares of $100 each. Blount & to be cast by any one, tne only require-
ilount are attorneys lor the corpora- ment being that you send in the con-
tion. pons at once.
The general nature of the business .
to be transacted shall be the buying TALLAHASSEE'S GROWTH-
and selling of land, timber and its
products; manufacture and sale of Notwithstanding Tallahassee is a
wooo products, the erection and con- growing city, it is a noticeable fact
struction of all necessary buildings and that public improvements are not in
facilities for the warehousing, storing keeping with her importance and
and disposal of the same, ana the ac- growth. Being the capital of the State,
quisition, holding, use and disposition it is natural that it should be its most
of all property, real and personal, important city, the center of culture,
which may be necessary or convenient refinement and education, the hub
for the carrying out of the purposes of around which all' society revolves.
this charter. That Tallahassee is not the metrop-
The El kaya Cigar Company is ano- olis of the State' is due more to cir-
ther industry for Tampa, and has been cumstances than surroundings. There
granted a charter. Those at the head seems to have been a general apathy in
of the concern are: G. E. Baya, presi- the past in regard to the importance
dent; C. V. Palmer, secretary; J. T. of public improvements. This indif-
Albury, treasurer. The directors are ference has retarded the prosperity and
G. E. Baya, C. V. Palmer, and J. T. checked the growth of the Capital City.
Albury. Robert McNamee is attorney It seems to be 'universally conceded
for the company. The capital stock of that good streets and sidewalks are
$1,826 is divided into eleven shares badly needed here, yet we are content
of $166 each. to plod along without them.
The general nature of the business In conversation with a prominent
to be transacted by the corporation is State House official recently, that gen-
the buying, selling and manufacturing tieman said that the streets of Talla1
of cigars, cheroots and other tobacco hassee could be macadamized at a cost
and tobacco products; the buying and not to exceed 1,200 per mile. Good
selling of real estate and personal limestone for this purpose exists only
property, acting as factor, broker and about fifteen miles away, and can be
commission agent, in connection with obtained cheaply, t-e only cost being


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'^ Othe Ahr-A Prom-.
fiK il-3 Niteleus of Pearls-
gar or Army Hforser-Preventive
ioculation of Plants-Deep-Sea

Snew field has been opened to for-
, 11 y late experiments. Plants are
mdW to bloom out of season by glyv-
in9them a period of rest, like that of
"Iter, and the usual method is to ex-
lethem to ftrot, causing the leaves
to fal after which they grow as in
spring. The plan is inconvenient and
somewhat uncertain. In 1895 ProLf
JHmMinaen showed that exposure to
ether vapor has the same e-ect as cold,
and Prof. Albert Maumene has now
brought forward proof that this process
Is practicable. The plants are placed
for 50 hours in a tight box containing
ether vapor, tne soil under them being
kept 'dry. The leaves fall and the
flow of sap is arrested, when warmth
and moisture cause a rapid develop-
ment of new leaves and blossoms, as
in spring. Full-blown lilace ave been
shown in September, a month after
etherizing. The process is most effec-
tive from July to September, and it is
at present adapted only to plants that
flower in spring on the previous year's
wood and form buds as early as July.
hlese include such shrubs as the aza--
lea, spirea, snowball, etc.
'Stonehenge, the mysterious monu-
ment of Salisbury Plain,. seems to have
been originally a circular roofed tem-
ple, with thirty huge upright stones in
its Bouter wall and an inner horseshoe
.structure of tne even larger stones.
's ie outer diameter was about 100
feet, the whole being surrounded by a
'circular earthen bank about 300 feet
In diameter. An avenue runs from
the center to a single stone about 250
leet toward the northeast, and Sir Nor-
man Sockyer and Mr. F. C. Penrose
suppose this to have originally pointed
to sunrise on the year's longest day.
from the changes in the point of
umrise, they fix Stonehenge's -date at
i80 B. C., with a possible error of 200
years. Polished flints found in the
late raising of one o. the monoliths in-
- before bronze implements appeared,
-and that the work must have been done
beforee 1500 B. C.

TCheap oxygen will effect enormous
-saving in fuel, especially in metallur-
gical operations and will doubtless rev-
valutionize some industries. The sepa-
:ration apparatus of M. Ravul Picket,
-the eneva physicist, is in the form of
Aten pan-like stills, one upon another.
A vertical pipe passes through the cen-
Ater of the entire series, and each still.
Holds a supply coil connecting with a
supply main at one side of the appra-
:tus and the central pipe, and a dis-
%charge coil through which the evapor-
.ated gases escape. These coils are
3ong and are so arranged that the
,evaporating gases abstract heat from
-the incoming air. At starting the stills
:.are filled with liquid air, and ordinary
:air, previously dried by cooling below
the freezing point of water, is pumped
-through the supply coils at a pressure
,of 30 to 40 pounds per square inch,
and liquefies as it reached the central
pipe, keeping up the supply. The lique=
fled air passes to the top of the appa-
ratus, where a filter removes the frozen
,carbonic acid. It then enters the top
still, overflowing into each of the others
in turn, and evaporating as it passes
downward, the pressure being now that
,of the atmosphere. The boiling point
-zero, 12 degrees lower than that of
,oxygen, the gas first passing off is
nearly pure nitrogen. Even at the
fifth still the discharge is 90 per cent.
-nitrogen, but from the three lowest
stills it is 55 per cent oxygen, the or-
the bottom still alone oxygen of about
-90 per cent may be had. It is esti-
mated that a plant treating 500 tons of
.air per day would yield 110 tons of 50
per cent. oxygen at a cost of 3 cents
per 1,000 cuotc feet, or 90 per cent.
-oxygen at 7 cents, and that the solid
catbonic acid would probably pay this
cost. About 700 horse-power would-be
needed to operate such a plant.
Of the many substitutes for olive
oil, the favorite is cotton seed oil, but-
sGerman experiments are reported to
have shown a formidable rival in sun-
flower seed oil. This cheap material
promises to become quite important
It is adapted for many uses, and seems
to be especially desirable as a lamp
oil, for dyeing purposes, and for soap-
The origin of pearls has been a sub-
ject of much speculation. About 150
years ago Filippi of Turin announced
that a living organism forms the nu-
cleus; and in a recent investigation M.
Paphael Dubois, a French naturalist,
has shown that all pearls found in a
'common pearl-bearing 'mollusk are
cysts enclosing distomes, small marine
worms. In the month of August, when
few pearls are obtained, the tiny young
Sdistomes, a fiftieth of an inch in diam-
eter, are to be seen instead as reddish
yellow points. 'ihese become gradual-
ly coated with carbonate of lime, in
an early stage appearing as black
specks, and later as briiiiant pearls,
which remain until the following sum-
imer,-when they drop to pieces and the


Dyspepsia Cure
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-resumes activity and repro-
its kind. But if the parasite
e crubt continues to grow, a
d beautiful pearl being but the
of a long-dead worm.,
w nearly universal this cause of
tion of pearls may be does
r, but experiments with fresh-
rls show an egg as nucleus.
result of bad roads and heavy
rotation, army horses in Argen-
ve been overworked 'during the
n, and many of them have
exhausted or have fallen ready
to disease. To give greater en-
, sugar has been added to the
' the animals. The effects have
iulte surprising, and it is re-
that not only has fatigue been
me by two ounces of sugar in
ily food, but that animals that
come quite useless regained
th and capacity for work.
nation of plants is the idea of
bch botanist. Parasitic dieases-
lal or fungoid-harm through
Lson they cause the tissues to ab-
mnd inoculation with suitable
makes the tissues proof against
Lark's tooth has been found in a
rine cable at a depth of 350
is. Five varieties of shark are
to go as deep as 300 fathoms,
ne reaches 500 fathoms.


U. S. Live Stock Remedy pre-
by L Morgan, has proved invalu-
a both remedy and cure for
a, sorehead and kindred diseases
lis and cholera in pigs,' and is
beneficial also to horses and cat-
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dewitt, Lum Hewitt and Moss
t. plaintiffs in error, vs. the State
rida, defendant in error; Duval
Mabry, J.:
.y the common law an accused
I e right to be tried in the county
icn the offence was alleged to
been committed, where the wit-
were supposed to be accessible
Here he might have the benefit
a od character, if he had establish-
e there, but if an impartial trial
not be had in such county it was
practice to change the venue to
other county where such trial
be obtained. The right of trial
county where the effence is alleg-
have been committed, when an
jury can there be had, is
to the accused by section 11,
tion of Rights, constitution, of
but it is not the design of this
Into force a trial in a county
an impartial jury can not be ob-
as to do so would defeat the
r and more important right of a
trial by an impar-.,al jury.
The statute in force in this State
eerence to change of venue in
!I cases without the consent of
(sections 2928 and 2929 Re-
Statutes, and Chapter 4394, laws
), authorize the court to direct
ge of venue when an impartial
can not be secured in the county
the offence is alleged to have
committed, and limiting their
ning to authorize the change with-
the consent ot the accused when it
ble to secure an impartial
in the county where the offence
committed, they are constitution-
An accused may under statutes in
State be convicted as an accessory
re the fact to murder in tne second
dgment affirmed. Wills -& Long,
Gornto and John E. Hartridge tor
ntiffs in error; William iA Lamar,
rney-general, for the State.
JUNE TERM, 1901.
G. Ingram, plaintiff In error, vs.
Jacksonville Street Railroad Com-
y, defendant in error; Duval coun-
Mabry, J.:
a demurrer may be applied to parol
ence when certain and direct and
n reduced to record in the form of
retain statement of facts which the
ence proves or intends to prove.
tit is not the office of a demurrer to
ence to bring before the court an
estigation of the facts in dispute, or
weigh the force of testimony, or
presumption arising therefrom;
where the statement of facts re-
to record under the demurrer is
indeterminate or consists of cir-
nstances which conduce to prove
er facts not distinctly admitted, the
should refuse to give judgment
the demurrer, ahd if he -does so it
1 be reversed for error.
Judgment reversed.. -
Alex. St. Slair-Abrams and Wn. M.
atwick, Jr., for plaintiff in error;
hu B .Hartridge for defendant in
'Henry Green and Casper Green
aintifs in error, vs. the State ol
..I .AL iV%.. 'erwr-...0.

ville aforesaid, against the peace and It is now generally known and
dignity of the State of Florida, and understood that Drunkenness is a dis-
contrary to the statute in such cases ease and not weakness. A body filled
made and provided. Held, that the with poison and nerves comnletelv

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makes chldbirth easy and almost painless, by
preparing the system for parturition, thus assir-t.
ordea of is robbed ofitterror, and the
danger thereof greatly lessened, to both mother
sad chdd. The period of confine-me nt is also
rtl the mother rstcd, and the child
fly developed, strong a:id healthy.
Morning sickness, or nausa arising from preg-
nancy Is prevented by relieving the st.inac from
the premssUr brought to be=ir on it U-.- t: (- xmand-
Ing organ, sad by which it is infiunccd through
As pregn hary advanced, the bre-*s erolarve,
Become swollen, hard andti-ht. Lon before-tc-

shattered by periodical or constant use
of intoxicating liquors, requires an
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eradicating this poison, and destroy-
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is positively guaranteed to cure the
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hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thou-
sands of drunkards into sober, in-
dustrious a id upright men.
This remedy is in no sense a nostrum,
but is a specific for this disease only,
and is so skillfully devised and pre-
pared that it is thoroughly soluble and
pleasant to the taste, so that it can be
given in a cup of tea or coffee with-
out the knowledge of the person tak-
ing it Thousands of drunkards have
cured themselves with this priceless
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, and
believe to-day that they discontinued
drinking of their own free wilL DO
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i') 1901.

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2. When the proecutou offers a dy- coat was good under section 2463 Re-
Ing deelaretion of the deceased in evi- visd Statutes before it was amended
deuce It should first be shown to the in 1897, and that the offence thereby
*tlatfaetion of the court that at the created is diuatgnlq-shle as to the
time the declaration was made the de- manner of its allegation from other
ceased not only considered himself in offences of embe-liemnft considered
Imminent Ganger of death, but must b? in the cases of Grant State, 35 Fla.
without hope ofa recovery, ana the elr- 581, 17 South. Rep. 226, and Thalheim
cnmartinces under which the statement v. State, 38 Fla. 169, 20 South. Rep. 938.
was made should be shown -in order 4. Where the propriety of a charge to
that the court may determine whether the jury depends upon a certain state
tae statement should go to the jury as of facts, the appellate court can not
a dying declaration, consider the correctness of the charge
Judgment reversed. in the absence of the testimony; but
Itat H. Walker for plaintiff in error; when the charge is radically wrong
William 'B. Lamar, attorney-general, under any state of facts the court may
for the State. declare it error.
Joe Caldwell, plaintiff in error, vs. 5. The following charge held not to
the State of Floridadefendant in error; be erroneous, viz: "the jury are ad-
Suwannee county. Mabry, J.: monished that there should be no mis-
1. A motion in arrest of judgment on trial in this case if it is possible for the
the ground bf tne insufficiency of the jury to agree upon a verdict, if they
indictment must be exhibited to tae can do so without violating their con-
appellate court by the record proper, scientious convictions based upon the
anu not by bill of exceptions, evidence. This case 'has taken up a
2. The courts take judicial knowl- whole week of this term, and has nee-
edge, as it is a matter of common essarily been costly to the State and
Knowledge, that wine is intoxicating, county, and has forced the postpone-
3. The act of 1899, Chapter 4746, pro- ment of other important cases. The
hioiting the sale of spirituous, vinous jury should therefore lay aside pride of
or malt liquors in localities where the opinion and judgment, examine any
local option provision of the constitu- differences of opinion there may be
tion has been put in operation, con- among them in a spirit of fairness and
templates that such liquors shall be in- candor, reason together and talk over
toxicating, and where an indictment such differences and harmonize them
charges an unlawful sale of wine the if this be possible so that this case
court may instruct the jury as matter may be disposed of."
of law that wine is intoxicating, and Judgment affirmed.
as a consequence no harm can come to Robt. E. Davis and S. L. linley for
the accused by permitting a witness to plaintiff in error; W. B. Lamar, attor-
state that the wine sold was intoxicat- ney-general, and Syd. L. Carter, State
ing. attorney, for the State.
4. Under an indictment charging an
unlawful sale of wine under Chapter 26,900.
4746, acts of 1899, it is competent to Florence, S. C. Nov. 1900.
prove the sale by showing -that pre- I was first advised by our family
tended sale of a different article was physician in Charleston to useTEETH-
a subterfuge and sham for the sale of INA with our baby when she was but
the wine. a very young infant, as a prev-etive-
5. When a demurrer to evidence of colic and to warm :nd sv..'et : the
makes no offer to reduce the evidence stomach. Later it was useful in teeth-
to a statement on the record of the ing troubles, and its effect has been
facts proven or tended to be proven, found to be very benencial and so
the court may disregard the demurrer free from the dangers that are conse-
entirely; but if the court overrules quent upon the use of drugs and sooth-
such a demurrer and the only evi- ing syrups, that we have come to re-
aence exhibited to the appellate court guard it, after use with ...ree children,
is that found in a regular bill of ex- as one of the necessities when there
ceptions and it is sufficient to sustain is a new baby in the house and until
the verdict rendered in the case, the de- the teething troubles are over, and we
marrant has no ground of complaint. take pleasure in recommending it to
Judgment affirmed. our friends instead of the horrid stuff
Blackwell & Johnson, for plaintiff in that so many people use to keep their
error; William B. Lamar, attorney-gen- babies quiet ELL M. A
eral, for the State. HART( ELL M. AYER,
Walter A. Sigsbee, plaintiff In error, (Mgr DailyTimes ana Weekly Times-
vs. the State of Florida, defendant in Messenger.)
error; Alachua county. Mabry, J.:
1. The amendment of section 2463 CAFE CAR SERVICE.
Revised Statutes, by Chapter 4530, On the Florida and Metropolitan
laws of 1885, did not deprive the State Limited, known as trains 21 and 34,
under Article III, section 32, constitu- which are operated between Tamps
tion of 1885, of the right to prosecute and Jacksonville and New York, by the
for offences committed against the sec- Seaboard Air Line Railway through
tion as it originally existed before Richmond and Washington in connec-
amendment, though the indictment tion with the R. F. & P. and Pennsyl-
shoqld not be found until thereafter. vania railroads-Cafe Car Service will
2. A motion to quash an indictment be inaugurated on or about December
consisting of more than one count 1st, for the accommodation of the tray-
should be denied if either count be eling public; the Cafe being handled
good. between Savannah and Columbia and
3. A count in an indictment found un- between Richmond and Washington in
der section 2463 Revised Statutes, be- both directions.
fore its amendment in 1897, Chapter
4530, alleged that the accused on a CURES BLOOD POISON AND CAN-
specified date, in a named county in CER.
this State, being an officer of the city
of Gainesville, a municipal corporation Eating sores, swellings, falling hair,
under the laws of Florida, to-wit: mucous patches, ulcers, scrofula, ach-
clerk and city treasurer, whose duty ing bones and joints, itching skin, bolls,
then and there required him to re- pimples, etc., by taking Botanic Blood
ceive public money belonging to said Balm (B. B. B.), made especially to
city, did by virtue of his said office as cure malignant blood and skin trou-
clerk and treasurer and while acting as bles. B. B. B. heals every sore and
such, receive and take into his posses- makes the blood pure and rich. Over
sion certain moneys, the property of 3,00 cures of worst and most obsti-
the said city of Gainesville, at divers nate cases by taking B. B. Drug-
times between July 7th, 1896, and April gists, $L Describe trouble and trial
21st, 1897, to-wit: the sum of two thou- bottle sent free by writing to Blood
sand two hundred twenty-six dollars Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
and fourteen cents a more particular
description of which is to the grand THE HOME GOLD CURB.
jurors unknown, for and in the name
and on account of the city of Gaines-
ville aforesaid, and the said money so An Ingenious Treatment ty Which
as aforesaid coming into his possession Drk are Being Cured Daily
by virtue of his said office as clerk
and treasure', he then and there, on in Spite of Themselves.
the twenty-first day of April, 1897, and
in said county, fraudulently and wil- No Noxious Doses. No Weakening of
fully withheld, to-wit: the sum of S2,- the Nerves. A Pleasant and Posi-
226.14, a more particular description is tirve Cure for the Liquor Habit.
to the grand jury unknown, so as to
prove a defaulter to the city of Gaines- -

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Rabbi of the Cong. Cnai Israel.
Nsw YORK, Jan. 3.1901.
Da. TArr Bos. MEDICINE Co.:
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UGHT ON T I Spal reports a general strike among Eastern Montana is enveloped in one BRADLEY ROBINSON DEAD. THE BEST PLASER. t Of inal islharge
the iron workers of Barcelona. Ninth -)f the heaviest snows ever known Bradley Robinson, formerly of Leon A piece of flannel dampened with
thousand men are affected. there. The snow averages from two to county, who moved to DeLand about Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound to IX MONTHS FROM THI8 DAT3 WE Ia.
--- iX feet deep on a level, and travel has fifteen years ago,died suddenly of heart the affected parts is superior to any M OpplT af JudgeLarematy.
The Italian bark Providenza R.. Jenn interrdtetd for several days. failure at his home in Yamassee last plaster. When troubled with lame hipoftheetateotNewtonI Re, dee .
BRIEF NEWS NOTIS Fl M THB which went ashore Friday night oft -'saturday about 3:30 a. m. About 8 back or pains in the side or chest. June 7,19l.
WORLD AT LA Amelia lighthouse, near Fernandina, is The g eatt ftoaLt experienced In o'clock Friday night he seemed as well give it a trial and you are certain to w.A. SCMnoa,
a total wreck. .-cauyikill. cov:.ty, i'a., in twenty-five as ever when we parted in front of my be more than pleased with the. relief Admini-tratorsof thee.,te of Newton J Rep
"ears, occurred Sunday night when the..gate. Robinson was a quiet and de- which it affords. Pan Balm also cures deceeal.
A private letter received in Pekin .3chuylkill river overflowed its banks. siraule citizen, having secured a splen- rheumatism., One application gives re- loamm
FLASHES FROM TH WIRE rom an American general in the Phil- ne loss is over $1 ,000. did home in Yamassee for his family, lief. For sale b ight & B and a Notice for Publication
--- ppne says that the rebenion in Luzon and though not lettered, he took a very medicine dealers.
is. spreading. Mrs. W. A. Speqce and Miss Janie lively interest in public education. He at Galeil la 18,LA 9s.
Ev-ents of Interest to Tallahas- --- Cannon, while out driving Sunday, near served one term as school trustee, tak- BTATENEUT. Notice i hereby given that the folloninr named
sen Reade For family use in numberless waye Weston, Miss., were killed by a train, ing the lead in this woriK. x M Under etion h 41 La has fll notioof hisaintentin that makeid
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is a ihey were attempt g to crosthe rai in the 70's he was deputy sheriff of of ,( pfwill be made before Clerk Circuit urt a
useful and valuable remedy Price, 2o .oad track when thl horse stopped, anr Leon county, and during the civil war Showing the amount of taxes charged to the ahasse. on emer 24, 01,
and 50 cents. Wight & Bro. they were struck by the train, did faithful service on the" Union side, Tax Collector of Leon county, Plorida, t be 7, orte wes half of luthwt quarter
Eight lives were lost in wreck on coming out with scars of honor with collected for the current year 1900, and the northeast quarterofes qurer norh
the Great Northern railroad near Es- B. H. Burroughs, at present located TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT- which he slept away. apundorthonitt oeh the sam t been everter of southet quarter. c. 18, Tp.
sex, Montana, Sunday. in Savannah, Ga., has been appointed MENT has been thoroughly tested for Though about 60 years old, he ap- Including poll tax with county school fund. nesto proe hiuets eoidn wupt
city passenger agent of the Seaboard many years, and is a positive cure for peared much younger, and was always Total ax for year 1900, including and cultivation of said land. viz: William R.
The eleventh annual on of the. Air Line Railway at Jacksonville, vice :his most distressing and embarrassing originatig something for the better- APll ..... 24992 09 of aa dar .. An-
u ec ebe held ohnsoFleminresined.betterAm' t collected and laid to Oct. drews, of Talla'sec. Fia..; Jcah Britt, oi
Tuskegee negro conference be held John M. Fleming, resigned, f troubles. Price, 50 cents in bot- ment of the race. 23, 101...................... 24,992 09 Tallah e. Fla.; Daniel J. Atki of Ta-
at Tuskegee, Ala., leb. 19 20. J- es. Tubes, 75 cents. Wight & Bro. He 1.rv-es a family of four-a wie1 APPORTION ME..T. .la.e, Fia.
Dr. Sylvester, formerly an American, and three daughters-to whom we ex- General revenue... ..........$ 7.301 6 W. ROBINON. Register.
Rear Admiral Schley he will but now a naturalized French physi- Failure on the -art of a conductor tend our sympathy.-Volusia CountyAmount olled and aid t ct.
follow Attorney-General nor's ad- clan,has invented a spectrograph which to obey orders resulted in a head-end Record. in :..7... ,o21 Disease and danger lurk in the vita
vice, and push his case to e end. enables users of the telephone to see 6llision on the I linois Central rail- Amount collected and pui.i to Oct. organs. The blood becomes vitiated
each other. road Saturday moving. Six men were ,1 ... ........ ...... 2, and the general health is undermined
If you feel Dull, Langd. Broken ---dlled, two are .issmng a-d elev%,p tat Eu -cery! rl cve d dpat. id Oct. 2 whenever the stomach and liver fail
Down, Debilitated, nave W k Stomach If you would have an appetite like others injured. Jo Knife Required. 23, eo.n........... ..... 2.24667 to perform their functions as nature
or Indigestion, use Dr. M. Simmons a bear and a relish for your meals take lemorroids, or piles, whether pro- Amount collected aind 15 intended. HERBINE will te up t
Liver Medicine. chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tab- Clarence Messin the oldest son of truding. internal, bleeding, itching or ="1 isW0........... ..... 12,835 35 stomach, regulate the liver,where other .
--- They correct disorders of the Joseph Messina, ot the Bay City Pack- blind, can be effectually, quickly and Attest: Cous A. BRYAN. preparations only relieve. Price. 50
The report that diploma relations. abmach and regulate the liver and *ng Co., at Apalfchicola, Vas fished painlessly removed without surgery by clerk Circuit court [eon County, Florida. cents. Wight & Bro.
between Venezuela and m have bowels. Price, 25 cents. Samples free -ut of the. river Friday afternoon in using the greatest discovery of the cen----- --- --- ~ -HT S -R --A
been broken ofi is semi-o ly denied at Wight & Bro.'s drug store. front of his father's packing house, tury for the cure of this painful mal W IlTE'S CREAM
in Berlin. J n e where it Is supposed he fell overboard ady. We refer to Dr. A. H. Clark'%s X AL 7 f V I 1 F U __
--n Berln.JohnSwiton, for years a leader withduring Thursday night or early Friday Pile Remedy, now purchasable for the O R M VFU
Salem, West Virginia, a $200,000 lt or organizations, died Saturday at morning. first time through the sole agents th In Quany. e: n y.
re Saturday night, which wiped out home in Brooklyn, aged seventy the sole agents, thee^
the entire business part, the town. ars. For more than thirty years he Mrs. Annie Epps. Harlem: Ga., Clark ostingMedicacomplete trea tment only Yeaf Led Wo Re
Fifty-six houses,stores an other brild-' was connected with New York papers. writes: Have used Dr. M. A. Sim- One Dollar by mail, passage paid. So So .Y Az. ,.rrELGrZ-'s ,
wings were destroyed. mons Lver Medicine 15 years. It cured convinced is the doctor of the efficacy repard by- JAMES F. ,ALLARD, St. Louis1
ings were destroyed. A dispatch from Nkanhia, South Af- ne of Stomach and Liver troubles caus- of his remed in removing forever --- -
Congress may invest the Schley ricr., tells of a recent engagement be- ad by Torpid Liver. Would not give yv estie theis read dmovings e
case. Opinion i the ser is greatly tween British and Boer soldiers, in ne package of it for a dozen of either e has instructed his agents to refund '
divided on the matter. he Houst, which Commandant Louis Botha was Zelin's or Black Draught. the Price paid in everycase of failure.'
however, may take the tter up, if shot through the left leg below the t ripdne yce fle .
Admiral Schley so d knee.Heescaped capturebycrawl In a distressing accident on An- Thisgives the public a much needed
ds et into the bush. astasia Island t friday morning Frank protection as against certain remedies
that have nothing to recommena them
Dr. M. A. Simmons IA !"diLlne Colee, son of Mr. and Ars". L A. Clee" except price. A treatise on Hemor- Te LIthts
has since 1840 steadily public If troubled with Dizziness, Furred of St. Augustine, receivedthe entire rhoids mailed to readers of thispaper.
favor, and tue demand f u as fzr Tongue, Bitter Taste in Mouth, Bloat- charge of one barrel of a companion's maled to readers of ths
exceeded that of any oth Liver Med- ed Feeling after eating, Constipation gun in his right leg, just above the OI Pure JUicS rm Natural sOtS.
icine. or Sick Headache, use Dr. M. A. Sim- knee. EUL
and Erie division of the ennsylvania Kissimmee is experiencing the busi- a the EGULATESth Stonm and Bowels,
and Erie division of ..-e enusylvania The plant of the Brooklyn Cooper- est season in many years. Men. large. Pe ple h R it
railroad went through th .bridge over age Company in Williamsburg, A. Y., boys and small boys are working till SS Peo ple GeanseU ue S Punfis the Blood.
Lycoming creek, betw Williams- was destroyed by fire Saturday morn- late in the night, making boxes and
burg and Newberry, Pa. t 6 o'clock ing, entail'ng a loss of $250,000. Sev- packing the thousands of boxes of S offer (flRES Malaia, Biiasess, Constipatin
monday morning. Thr lives were enteen firemen were more or less seri- oranges that are brought in daily. i- -
lost. ously burned. Waters & Carson, Waring and the Mak- f 'iaC d D st
e---a e inson Company are rushed with busi- are Boa e o C t i
Dr. bx. A. Simmons er Medicine The Southern Baseball League next ness, while a number of growers are er Bte Sran Satstio
searches out all Impuritf in the sys- year will consist of tight clubs-from shipping direct s L eaSe dE
tem ad expels them lessly by Nashville, Tenn.; New Orleans, La.; -- ac n I-z -o.h:-, r1 -T- Sjo_
the natural channels. Atlanta, Ga.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Bir- The great six-Jay bicycle race in New vL LiV e ri., V0 .j.e o 4.
n mingham, Ala.; Shreveport, La., and York was won by Walthour and Me- Liver.
Little Rock, Ark. liachern, who covered a distance of Prepaed by JAMES F. RA LARi), St Louis, Mo,
Women as Wel as Men 2,555 miles and four laps, or an average OO. O o_<)>-
Tue three-masted schooner Mary of almost seventeen and three-quarter A
Are Made M se by Gray was blown ashore Saturday night miles for every hour of the 144 con- A I' ld I ne ll f Ior
tear' Seaside Park, N. J. The vessel sumed by the race. They were just
Kidney T ble. was bound from Boston to Brunswick, two yaros ahead of the second team. O ld People I a\ lost C01l
Ga. Captain Lynch and crew of six 'The record is 2,733 miles, or within a .O. ... l -
men were taken off by the life-savers fraction of 19 miles an hour. Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Kas, is 0HAS. M. AUSLEY, M. D. EstalllIet Sutl
Kidney trouble preys the mind, dis- without any great trouble. past 63 years of age, yet he says: "I
courage and lessens ambit; beauty, vigor No one can reasonably hope for good am enjoymi excellent health for a man PHYSIGIAN AND SURGEON,
,- and soon -Worms take refuge in the small in- health unless his bowels move once of my age, due entirely to the rejuven-
AV when the kid- testines, where they can easily multi- each day. When this is not attended atin influences of Dr. Miles' Nervine. TALLAHASSEE, -O tFLORIDAE, &
n It brings sleep awnl rest when nothing
lneys out of order ply. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE te, disorders of the stomach arise, bil- relse will and give.;st rengt Iand vi --
S Jor will destroy these parasites. The ver- iousness, headache, dyspepsia and piles ity even to one of my old age." Oflice in Mascnic building.
Kd. ey trouble has diet of the people tells plainly how well oon follow. If you wish to avoid these i call answered night and day. .
beco so prevalent: 1it has succeeded. Price, 25 cents, ailments keep your bowels regular by WVatson, of Newton, I i and I hv 1m
that not uncommon .ght & Bro. taking Chamberlain's Stomach and ben a great suffrerfr'm nervousr.-s, ). E. M. B.EVAIttE "A
/ .c. Lfor a to be born Liver Tablets when required. They vertigo ard spinal trouble. liEve spent -- 5
affl" withweakkid-I Fred C. Averill was electrocuted in are so easy to take and mild and gen- considerable money for medicine and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON -
l L neys. the child urin- mid air Saturday on Zack street in the tie. For sale by Wight & Bro. doctors, but witc title benefit. I was
ates often, if the 5 or so Iad my mind slowcd si;-nts of weak- TaliASSEE, FLORIDA. JE
ac g t old be able to ployed by the Peninsular Telephone Co. Mr. A .D. Smith, who lives on the n. I taki Dr.Mis'Nervine, .
reachwa an age whenn it D t a nd wos ascending a pole immediately Kelly homestead, near Cocoanut Grove, CK
e-wn g, ddepn uso it te fctaed in front of the general offices of the brought to the n correspond- Dr. N erT v ne (EO. W. W K-
step should be towards treatment of struck him and rendered life extinct Wednesday a sweet potato weighing Saved me from the insane asy-ca lt
these important organs. unpleasant before he began to fall. 35 pounds. It is 47 inches Iia circum- hm," Mrs. A. M. Heifner, of Jerico r ofice over Capital City Bank,
trouble is due to a d condition of the --- ference. Mr. Snith said there were Springs, Mo. writes. "Iwassoncrv- lAU-AHASRRR, - FLORIDA.
kidneys and bladder and to a habit as Among the tens of thousands who a large number of smaller potatoes in ous thIt I could scarcely control my-
most people suppose. have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- quality fror table use This tato was forest the names of my own children at REID T. MYERS. S L
Women as well as are made mis- edy for colds and la grippe during the quaty for table times. I commenced using Dr. Miles' -- AnaBllienr lS
erable with kidney and ladder trouble, past few years, to our knowledge, not grown on tue ordinary rocky pine Nervine and it helped me from the A AT AW
and both need the s great remedy, a single case has resulted in pneu- land. It is believed by those who are first, and now I am perfectly welL ATTORNEY A LAW, OULDING AlD BUILIB1G bATEI
The mild and the im diate effect of monia. Thos. Whitfield & Co., 240 proficient in potato tore that this one Sold by all Druggists on Guarante. TALLAHASSEE, - FLO)RIDA.
Swamp-Root is soon ree It is sold Wabash avenue, Chicago, one of the breaks the record. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, hd. CHARLESTON S. C.
by druggists, in fifty- f most prominent retail druggists in that .--- .iiTrm-r-
cent and one dollar .. city, in speaking of this, says: "We Praise the bridge that carries you __ m_ UHUKCH NOTICE. .. LJ...... J t-.,
sizes. You may have recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem- over either a flood or cough. BAL- .....r... .T...-. n, -c ,' r
sample bottle by mail edy for la grippe in many cases, as it LARD'S HORE!IOUND SYRUP ha In the Circuit courtt S,'or:d Judii-ial The Wcsicvan Mc th.,d. of T;Ia .c.-ce- have I II i c ,
free, alo pamphlet tell- of smpo. not only gives prompt and complete re- brought so manar.y over throat and lung n u Conty. Flrla.-Tin rChunlcery. 7::o p. In. Ser ]t i e h(,lrn aIt ;
ing all about it, inclun many of the cover, but also counteracts any tend- troubles, such as coughs, colds, bro"- C_ t '. ...... Flr..lhrI lNee, in b at' r uri "I '

thousands of tt.simoni letter? received ency of la grippe to result in pneu- chitis, etc., that its praises are sung I I.1,. l.ockhart Miure. 'om:Yin-mtv. wilyerservi.emtTinri.iayevc.iigaa.7o,-ok.B
from sufferers cured. In writing Lr. Kilmer monia." or sale by Wight & Bro. and everywhere. Price, 25 and 50 cents. T. lhrt-ield..dMinlv it,'-s ini-r own h rih rv t,'i4m Re'o F..FITCSALE ILES
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and all medicine dealers. Wight & Bro. and Wa!tt.r trook"s her i ii.>nd in ri--',tof his ..
mention this aer ie and in biii own rihrlt. .Is-v Iirtn ani WiT
-________AI*l __________ Anaie H:lirt-lfie'l hI1 1iS. fhiu Ilartt-fied ...- ..
A special from Manatee, Fla., says: and Council Hawood Harts-field, defendants-- f f.: E. LEW1 H IN ] Dou e and Sinle Team ,
The past two weeks of unusual warm ol'orinsure of Mortgaze.
weather has done great damage in George1B. Perkins. ,ttorneyor recordof H. I. TAT.T.AWIASSEE, FLORIDA. BOTH LOCAL AND DISTANCE.'
Loc';hart ure. compliniant in above cau:e.
many orange groves. Nearlyall through h vi gonn Nvwinml-r '23rd A. P. IMNH. made SDILE HOC)SES.-
the month of November the weather aidfiledlhiiaffi aivit her. in, in wntich hertates. 189ve
was cool, the sap ceased to flow and lhit he Is attorney ofr '-ord of complainant tdu o. 1 894, mv jty jMrlan ,
The u ersid aned, having that it ia his belief that. antdit Baltimoe; Post Graduate 1893r Patrona1e 5olcid
e n er oranges ripened rapidly; then came the having been made to appear by said affidavit
stables, solicits e patronage of his friends and the public warm-*weather mentioned above; the duly vilt with tho eit of complaint that the ae0l Scbool ccao. Satisfaction Uunrant, ed.
Said J(ice Hartsfield dlefeidant heein. i- a re-i-
generally.S sap began to flow and many oranges dent of a state other tbhn the .Ltate of Florida;
creased, split and dropped off, but, not- andi that he is a resident of the Stateof (ieorzia, Preservation of Natural Teeth, p,
withstanding all this, Manatee county s md that hcresience of rid Htarfe d ies .Ild Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal e ,rpcf7.:y,
Finu uneyw rohmbuRe oGeorgi and that there t-,io.ersm
willshipmore oranges this year than in the State of Florida theervice of abpoa Plates a Specialty. Gas administered.
Fine tock, any previous year.,Nearly all the fruit ": whinm would bind d defendant: d -ly -- -
S in the county is ripe d of fine equal- sts ... iendant isc er twenty-on years of T. 5. E. Railroad
ity. Two-thirds of the crop has been i t.-. hcrefnre, ordered that raid Jose Harts- a t t
ancy marketed. Four packing houses are fieldA M"tiit ie ndI IIS, ', hirenby re-3.A.WILLIA ,. .
m arkbented. lour pacng m ousra quiged to i ppen, to the bilt of eomnp'*lit filed
-- AND---- running a full force of hands, herein, at the oire f clerl- of said court. in ort GU AND LCK TH Schedule eflc. tve Aaril 1, iul.
house inTllaha' 1, on crn:.y. Florida, on GUN Read down. vRed Gi
Courteous Att tioln Combined with Liberal Treatment P tt'sCarminative is pleasant to the ndthtthipor.f- erh b.l o'Aeek TAUiHASEA - LOIDA 4oo ,,.... .. ....
Will be ot claim upon the public for patronage. taste, acts promptly, and never falls to ursecutivper'uk t ntheWeekly il e a kinds of Houseld arte of. Ar..Ta., r'a.m.
Careful at tion given to winter visitors and hunt. give satisfaction. It carries children Florida. e .eys Aeu umiiogShoo ---- I
over the critical time of teething, and Wire. Council A. Bryan, 'erk of said t, Umbrellas. so Bicycles and Swing Ma- iet Wi e for ale at Dr. Lew' Drt
ring parties. is the friend of anxious mothers and .eirt and the seal ofi sid court thi- 23d day of lut ShNop on Jefemon set. th i, a t e
Novser.A.ll 1901.Mar]] keO t. oridad, onuesd defown, .Retvio
ortolt i o Ao~.UeA puny children. A few doses will dem- NPnher. 1 9 or.ciL A. TAA. atlo ltr Work d&ne oLs hort bte.a minutesbfoleavi,
'i d R J bAIi rNAN, onstrate its value. E.LH. Dorsey, Ath- Clerk Circuit Lourt Leon County, k ha. oror ifor on as to freight or express.
Sens, Ga., writes: -TATd K or FRInAtoArA attain.
r a-n" t~e e "I consider it the best medicine I Counnty .o, D o F HaCk willmeet train t Bell AIr sng an
have ever used in my, family. -It does 1. ourcll A. Brran, Clerk of the Cireuit Co'rt hLL, .'." trai
all you claim for it, and even more." that rhe bounty nit fore,- Io his tru ertianf
.that fthe eor ,,,nd oorer of o, a,,,o.4 9
fit the aisive caw-seofrLecord and ou tile in my *Aa.. h a,
T MO1e1. n wI tness whereof I have heretnto Pet
Re.lL.state Agency hYOU takeGTesYO U(RaAl) y agontdSnournlsWGWon:NW dS
*T A s.ASS : FLORIDA. When you takeGrove' Tasteless Chill ronle (shaL m dy andd officialsealth" "2'd Ts
Cause the formal is plainly printed on ever day of November, 1901.

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fl~jFelt mW

pnTrvissv d bja ougm s a Ul

to the Umat RebiWAt national
-tt-Ye ealSe M not, however,
-e w fe these b stos lato saylag
*VA M this shist or publication.
eM-t a-y a word of warning
Sr. Nsvdtl even If amured that
sb e at. .They don't wish to
-m* They wish him to go right
I malMa a sametlet number of
iks to make his nomination
.,-. Mr. Roosevelt ems to
spelalty of tuning down ma-
._e oeIb sI tn distributing pa-

FlLLlFIRPlK r T tete crowd he has of-
the Texas Republicans. a to
4 It by choosing Patrick Garrett, i!
St New M .xico, for collector of
Mr. Roo"sevt is 'Maltag ~ iat El ass, Texas, and the
Sexas Republieans are howling -n-,1,
nAot he RW KtltsMK bout It and are letting Mr. Roosev'elt
now it.
SiTe scrap between Senators Tillman
Washington, D. C., reccemL r 13.- d MeLaurln last week caused in-
%idignation is a very .. 1 word to use ulry to be made of a South Carolina
to describe the general Congreasional elegatlon which is in Washington
opinion of the Schley verdict--i ver- e.klng the establishment of an army
diet forced upon two mmaers f .hc the t at uolumbia, as to the status oi
court by the power of the naval cilquc. he latter Senator at home. On., -f
but which could not be force 1 ulonDthem-Mr. F. iH. Westun-replied:
brave George Dewey, who gave S!,' -7 "there has been a good deal of talk
everything that was coming to h~i in as to the new movement, which is
a separate report over '..- own aiga- styled the 'commercial democracy,' but
ture. Whether 3Cone',- will do :Iny- my own opinion is that the old style
thing is not yet c'i eman althougr-it 1-D Democracy that we have always bee'i
difficult to see novw i.:on can o. i;-:t used to -uits the temper of South Car-
vented. Friends of the naval citut- olinians better than any novelties in
are boosting that thev control a ria political faith."
jority of the naval vominittees oi 1 j" The Senate has ratified the new Hay
the House and the Senate and will b auncefote treaty; although the Drum-
able to smother in, those committee. .)cratic Senators would I1ke to have had
any legislation proposing a searching, it give the United States f-ce:. control
investigation. Schley isn't worrying over the Isthmian canal, they made no
He knows that the country will accept objections to taking the vote.
Dewey's word in preference to the world
of two clique-ridden officers and tha. .CHIRISTMAS RATES.
Dewey's verdict is the same as th.L The Seaboard Air Line Railway has
rendered by public opinion on the evnt arranged a rate of one straight fare
dence taken by the court. bchley de for the .-ound trip between all points in
lines to say anything for publication it,,e State of Florida, and p between all
yet;-but he is conferring with Mr. Ray points east of the Mississippi and
ner, his chief counsel, who insists thai south of the Ohio and Potomac' rivers,
justice shall be done, either by thi a rate of -one and one-third fares for
iavy Department, Congress or th the round trip, on account of the
courts, and will soon show his position Chri-tmas and new year holidays.
by acts rather than talk. I Tickets to be sold December 2Srd,
Democrats are unable under thl 24th, 25th, 30th and 31st and January
House rules to prevent the railroadin 1st. having a limit to January 3rd.
of wme Philippine tariff bill through 'hf Apply to any ticket agent of the Sea-
House, which the Republicans have an board Air Line railway, or write A. 0.
ranged to do before Congress adjo'ri|. Mac Donnell, assistant general passen-
on Thursday for the Christmas T-l. ger agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
days, but Representative RicharlswDi
the Democratic leader in the Hou FO'. P- ICAL CULTURE.
who prepared the minority repoT q he students at the Florida State
against the bill, has ably set forth t College have organized an athletic as-
attitume of the Democratic arty t sociation, ind have laid out tennis,
ward this bill. After quoting from o baseball, ibotbail and croquet grounds.
icial statistics to show that our tra Every day these life giving games are
with the Philippines last year was on indulged in, in addition to fencing.
$5,427,706, the report said: "This wrestling and boxing. About $1,000
try sum is insignificant when we co -has been subscribed for the purpose of
sider the other side of the accotnLt putting in a gymnasium.
has cost us more than $85.000,000 This will be a most valuable feature
maintain our army in the Philippin to the college, and one that will com-
for the past year. Other nations, wi mend Itself to its patrons. The im-
out Incurring the expense of a doll portance of physical all our
toward that end, are getting $48,00 schools and colleges can not be too
400 worth of Philippine trade. oV strongly stressed. It should be a part
Have already expended and will ha,' of the education of every boy and girl.
expended when the next year closes, The tolly of trying to develop the mind
the very lowst estimate, for the mai- without feeding the body has been
tenance of out army in the Philippin demonstrated on more ,than one occa-
and our operations in the Orient nf sion, and it has also been demonstrat-
less than $450,000,000. And this do4 ed that nothing is as efficacious in im-
not include the immense increase P parting health, vigor and vitality as
naval expenditures and the $20,000 ,0 plenty ot wholesome exercise.
paid to Spain under the treaty of 18. For this purpose a first-class gymna-
Tloe casualties whica nave occurred 5 sium where all kinds of innocent ath-
the effort to enforce the policies of. t- letic sports can be indulged in, should
majority on the islands are of such b- be a part of the equipment of every
paling magnitude that t should sho school and college. Some people ob-
t.e public mind. And such list of c ject to being on the ground that it is
ualties would in no wise refer to, or i brutalizing. Their prejudice is ill-
clude those of our soldiers w founded however. The art of self-de-
health has been permanently bro- a fence is an accomplishment that should
down, and of many others whose r be in the possession of every young
son and Intellects have been shatte. d man n the land. The weak, effemin-
and ruined by protracted service ia ate man had little chance to push
torrid zone." ahead. He is crowded ruthlessly aside
Representative Robertson, of Lo- by his healthy, robust brother, and the
lana, is after the governor of Indi- a best way to grow this kind of men is
for having refused to honor the req i- by encouraging suen athletic sports as
aftlon of the governor of Kentucky r running, jumping, wrestling, boxing,
ex-Governor Taylor, accused of cc i- fencing, etc. It adds health and beauty
plicity in the assassination of Goe l. to the system. It is better than any
tie offered a resolution in the He medicine. It prevents people from
providing for an Investigation as Lo growing old before their time. In fact,
whether any governors of States hr tt physical culture makes men, and men
denying full faith and credit to te are needed in this busy old world.
public acts, records, and judicial
seedings of any other State and wh e- FREE SCHOLARSHIP.
er te provision of the federal con i- A competitive examination will be
tution regarding the extradition ofare held at Tallahassee on Saturday. De-

itiveany U. S. marshal orlated or i.gno e States History. ..- k. ,

Commanding that the rugen ve be s n FReDr T MYER1.
where ound and onght before ree scholarship at t South
tro.duced a bill amending existing enorida Military and Educational In
so that when a governor of a Stvte9cr statute. Applicants must be residents of

errimetory refuses the demand of o- Leon county. The grading will be ony

The Anti-Trust League and repress n- E. M. HOPKINS,

tatives of several labor organizations Rep. Leon County..
have filed proof of their c!it g s aga jst 2t
Atorney-General Knox with the P-
ate Judiciary Committee, which rs TO ROAST A TURKEY.
promised to consider them i'efore k- The New Orleans Times-Democrat
ing final action on his nomi., 'ion t ve The New Orleans Times-Democrat
attorney-general of the United Stas. gives the following advice on roasting
The men who make these ch .rges t- a turkey:
lieve they are ample to warrant and.- Ninety-nine women out of every one
verse report on the nomin.tlan of hr. hundred, ninety-nine cooks out of every
Knox, but owing to the f ie.-dshi of one hundred will bake a turkey with
Republicans for trusts, wit" which |t- tie bacK to the pan," said a New Or-
torney-Uteneral Knox wr~- long -A- leans man who keeps in touch with the
nected and through which '., made (he kitchen, and this is a mistake. I said
money to enable him '. rnay Ire ninety-nine out of every one hun-
money than-he now t- a ylr's dred. Rather i should have said that
salary for a pair of tr.'t;.-g hoZes the'mistake is universally made. But
which he drives aroi'r'- '/-shingmn, few cooks ever think of cooking the
they are not sanguine of '-itting "at turkey the other way. There seems to
action from the committee. be a demand for well-browned turkey
breast. But In browning the breast
Mr. Roosevelt-and -the Repub they sacrifce the sweetness of this part
leaders are in doubbt about whet of the fowL The best way .to prepare
allow the United States goerm a turkey is to bake it with the breast
become a bondholder In te big i learned this lemon from Mme.
trust, as it would f it t B whoe place down in the old
A ndrpw M S donat. ia.nt IM __ -. .e

in this way as in any other way, and
tae result is infinitely more satisfac-
tory. it is no traoule to arrange the
fowl in toe pan; if you desire to place
the fowl on the table before carving it
you will find that it will looK quite as
well as it would if baked in the usual
way, and certainly it will taste, much
better than it would if you baked the
breast until it was dry and flavorless."
Electricity generated by water
seems to be the destined cheap power
tor California ane for other portions of
the arid West were coal is scarce or
too expensive for proatable use., The
conditions in California are particular
favorable for rapid advance in this di-
rection. They are briefly: First, the
high price of fuel; and second, a for-
tunate combination of favorable con-
ditions of climate, topography, and wa-
ter resources. By reason of these con-
aitions California has made an envia-
ble name for itself in the last twelve
years by its energy and enterprise in
the development and transmission of
electric power, and still hqlds a posi-
tion ar ng the foremost in this regard.
The coal used in Southern California
comes from Alaska, British Columbia,
New Mexico, and even Australia, and
soft coals sell for from $6 to $10 per
ton. This almost prohibitive pi-ce for
fuel, while it has made power vce'y ex-
pensive and greatly retarded the manai-
facturing progress of tbhe Stat., has
also given a strong impetus Lo water
and electrical auvancement. The al-
vantages California lacks in coal du-
posits and prices, it possesses in a
marked degree in other respects. It in-
cludes within its boundaries high, l:, ;-
ituainal mountain ranges, which ar-,
sn'ow capped throughout the year, and
from which flows numerous streams of
very heavy gradients furnishing ideal
power for the operation of electrical
machinery. The general climate condi-
tions of the State are also an aid to
tnis development. The average low
relative humidity of the atmosphere
greatly aids in the transmission of the
electric current ny permitting a high
order of insulation of the line. In this
way power is transmitted over long
distances, considerably farther than
elsewhere in this country. A notable
instance of this i sthe power plant on
the Yuba river, in the Sierra Nevada
mountains, where electricity is genera-
ted which operates the street cars of
Oakland, 140 miles away. Power has
also been used over the same line at
San Jose, a distance of 190 miles from
the generating plant. This is said to
be the longest line of power transmis-
sion in existence.
There are a number of other inter-
esting electric plants in California be-
sides that on the Yuba river. One on
the North Fork of the San Joaquin
river, in the east central part of the
State, supplies power for light and gen-
eral purposes of the city of Fresno and
surrounding towns distant about sev-
enty miles. On the different branches
of the Kern river there are several
plants, some of which are intended to
furnish power for the City of Los An-
geles, situated 108 miles away. To
the San Antonic Light and Power
Company,however, belongs the credit
of the erection of the firzt plant f'jr the
long distance transmisison of electri-
city in the United States. In 1892 cur-
rent was delivered over the. lines of
this company to the cities of Pomona
and San Bernardino, a distance of eigh-
teen and twenty-eight miles respective-
ly, at a line voltage of 10,000 volts, an
achievement hitherto unheard of.
These and ot-er plants are all run by
the splendid waterpOwers of the State
and the great possibilities for further
development are limited only by eco-
nomic needs.
Much attention through a series of
years has been given to a careful and
systematic study of the streams of
California, to secure the data on which
depend their development for power
and irrigation purposes. Most of this
work has been done oy the United
States Geological Survey as a part of
its general investigation of the water
resources of the whole country.
Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children

'while teething, with perfect success It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme-
diately. Sold by all druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup," and take no
other kind.
One of the recent improvements
which the United States Geological dSr-
vey has introduced in its excellent
series of geologic maps is an ararnge-
ment of lines by which the depth of
the rock layers which are known to
produce water can be determined.
'These lines are drawn to show the
depth below the surface of both the
upper and lower faces of the water,
bearing rocks in the section covered
by the map and add a valuable feature
to these already useful publications.
The information on which the intro-
duction of the water lines! is based is
being gathered by skillful geologists
who are making-a thorough study of
the underground formations for the ex-
press purpose of locating waters which
will be available for use by means of
wells. In contain parts of the country,
as upon the Plains and in the more
arid West, these guides to the un.jAr-
ground waters will be of the greatest
service, not only to the farming popu-
lation, but to the towns and cities
lkl16 *.1- A ..... -

To Florida, Cuba, Savannah, Cam-
den, Sodthern Pines and Pinehurst.
Winter excursion tickets were placed
On sale to resort points on this line in
North and South Carolina, Georgia
and Florida, on October 15th, and will
remain on sale during the season. x-
ceptionally low rates are in effect this
year to Pinehurst and Southern Pines,
N. C., Camden, S. C., Savannah, Ga.,
and all points in Florida and Cuba.
To reach any of these points, the ser-
vice of the Seaboard Air Line Railway,
"Capital City Route," will be found
the Lest and most attractive. In addi-
tion to the superior service now op-
erated, it is announced that Cafe
cars will be placed in service on the
Washington-Atlanta Line about Nov-
vember 1st, and on the Florida Lines
about January 1st, 1902. Following
this the Florida & Metropolitan Limit-
ed will be inaugurated about January
15th, 1902, with sumptuous appoint-
ments and superb equipment, includ-
ing dining and club cars, constituting
it beyond a doubt, a peer of any train
in the world.
The service of the Seaboard Air
Line Railway to Cuba is most attrac-
tive. Its Cafe car service and many
other features present advantages com-
mending it to the favorable attention
of all travelers.
See that your Winter Tourist tickets
read via the Florida & West India
Short Line, Seaboard Air Line Rail-
Stops the Cough
and works off ,he Cold.
Laxative Plromo Quin n" Tablstt cure a co'd ill
onit d y. No t ure. No I'ay Pi ice 2. (icnts

: and
t Winter

SuOpening of

: Pattern Hats, :

A Choice Selection of Neckwear
0. .9
A full line of Kid Gloves, Hand-
E kerchiefs, Corsets, Hosiery
Sand Wools.
4. .0

M AiiSS Adele Gerard, :

The Hunting Season

Is here, and hunters can find
a full line of Guns, Revolvers,
Knives, Cartridges and Sport-
ing Goods at our store.

Your Xmas Dinner,

-..-w The goad lioute-wife waiit-i to prepare a Christnia'
dinner fit, for a kinrii. an I am Iirei:111l to furnishall
- ~ the ingretio~aeiit i nevs-iry. Ill addi1tionl to a Compulete
- ~ line of Staple aitidl F:IIWn' (riwerics, I will have I1li1I!'
mnealts, (lirriltits, j.Ilics, jaiitl. 4. 41Ivt," oh ii oil, cafslip.s,
SWIMeS, awol everyth~wir "Ns*le that the nm-ik,t aftore.
make a si,ecialt v .4 fresh groceries, !o)Ei groceries
cheap gyroverit If youwnnt courteous treatment arid
gooI goceiesat Umow.V -?3aVjIii price.,, jui4 do your
trading at the up-to-dIate grocery of- ------


Y Y Y Y Y Y y y y y y y y y Y Y 9 9 9 9 9 ~1-Y-1-9 999 99 999 999 9999999000~0~~~

Say! I Keep Everything
Usually -old in a tir-t-,"a-s General M-rchandise Store, and
Tmy etock is all f,-h -...I good-none of your old, shop worn
stuff, but everythii;g t:-!ely up to-date. In . . .

Dry Coods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
I can't be benat. If yo<, want mnithing stylish and good,
give nie a ll. T" c, if sou ae after . . .

Staple and Fancy Groceries
Hardware, Family Dru,s Notions or anything needed in th-
best regulated family, )7At see m-, because I sell it for less
than the other tella.w.

Am also Wholesale Dealer in Florida
Syrup, tie be-t on the marKet.

The Cypress Lumber Co.,



Cypress Shingles, D or?, Sash and 3B ads,

Mouldings and Interior finish of all descriptions.
) We are prepared to fill orders on short notice.
Write for prices.


you need anything ,, the

ting Bus iess
forget that we have the
equipped Office in the en,
ate with possible excep,
f Tacksonville. Prie a-


carry a
line of
and are

Hardware, Stoves
Hfaters., anxe%, and all kinds
of Cooking Utensil.. Get a Wil-
oon Heater for your bath room,
By its u-e you ar. made comfor-
table. an' the danger from bick-
now entirely removed.

ua n & Di Co.


tire S
tion <



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TrACHERS' ASSOCIATION. g 4-Adjournmu t .'r '
Florida State TeadMwW= A Ja U VENING. t
iDecember 27, the 09 =p PtSn Hon. W. N. 8
,ne through to .
man of the exectiv / M MaPor.ter
Issued the following bulletin tRev. S P.Jones..
hers and program for the = e, SBUNDAY -MbNING. DEC. 29..
on: .w 16: Dmono exercaP-. es, as.em- "
l executive commiye of the ev. J. W. Carpe-
State Teachers' A ltie Is W.
isd to announce the followiftg ,Rev. Sam P. Jones.
railroad rates and ticket oMndti
the fifteenth annual convention M8 AWy T tw T- 0 DEC. 29.
eld in Ocala, December 27430,. i :3 De'otonal exercIses, esembly, S
established by the SdozthWetw Pa coadeted. b R0-e. J. C. Porter. s
or Association, for the sever :45-Moral- md Religious Training s
Ida lines, viz., the Seaboard of Pupils in School for Deaf and Blind, h
the Plant system of Railways, t1 SpWtrnmdelWt W. B. Hare, St Au- t
Ida East Coast, the Louisville guitine..
hville, the Georgia Southern 3230-The Teacher as a Sunday b
Ida, the Jacksonville & Southwe bczool Instructor, Rev. A. J. Reamy n
and the Atlantic, Valdosta & W Jasper. s
4-Adjournment a
1 of the Florida lines have tak H vENING. h
an concurring in the rates a Devotional exercises, assembly, con- a
et conditions established by ducted by Rev, R. H. Morris. b
eastern Passenger Association. 8:30-The Teacher as a Part of the c
te1--A rate of 1J2 cents a ml, Moral Forces of Society, Rev. J. W. t
Sway, or 3 cents a mile round tr, Carpenter.
$1 membership fee,has been gra 9-Pralse God From Whom All Bless- (
Small Florida lines, as above not ings Flow, assembly .
following total rates on tI .zte and Freedom in Art and Liter- a
will govern from junctionf ature Superintendent J. M. Greenwood. C
ts named and include member MONDAY MORNING, DEC. 30. p
9-Music, orchestra. a
richer, $2.60; Citra, $1.55; Dade Cl Prayer, Rev. Howard DutilL i
.- Gainesville, 2.20; Hawtho 9:16-Child Study, President A. A.
; Jacksonville, $4.05; Jasper, ; Murphree, Taluahasa ee
o City, $3.85; Leesburg, 2.00; l 9:45--Discusson. 9
$4.30; Orlando $3.45; Pa-a 10:10-Should Not Members of Counn. e
P; Plant City, $3.65; River Jucti. ty School Boards Be Appointed by the i
); Tampa, $4.35; Tavares, $2 50. State Board of Education? Capt. Geo- f
ptes of Sale.-Tickets will be n W. Lynch, Gainesville. a
at all regular coupon ticket ofils 10:40-Discussion. l
em-er 26 27 and 28, with final 1At 11-Address, Superintendent J. M.
ary 1, 1902. Greenwood.
membership coupon will be 12-Adjournment. 2
agent to each purchaser of ex MONDAx AFTERNOON, DEC. 30. t
ticket to Ocala; but it is not ne 2-Kindergarten, Miss Anne M.
that this coupon be attached Sharpe, Ocala.
passage ticket. 2:30-Disciaslon.
his coupon will entitle the hot r 2;0-Business session.
me certificate of membership in e 4-Adjournment.
rida State Teachers' Association VENING. .
year 1901, upon presentation to e 8-Music, orchestra.
rotary of the association during e Solo, Mr. W, M, Dale. .
ting Ocala. 8:30-Address,. Goernor W. S. Jen- i
he holder of each certificate At nins.
nbership will be issued the 9rega :15-Music, My Country, rTis of d
badge, which will entitle the we .- Thee; assembly.
o fall admission to all lecture, id Reception, Ocala House parlors.
ions of the association: Provid l very railway ticket to Ocala pur-
t only. active members m pa=y i chased at F. L T. A. rates will include
in business session. the- $1 membership fee In the asmocla-
ticekets will provide for con tio, and hold bear a membership
assage in ,both directions, coupon, which Is exchangeable at ex-
*a, stop, overs for onee night 1 ucItive cwnr'pttee headquarters, Ocala
a.owe at those placs Hqs for an odalcF. S. T.A. mea-
the schedules of imminIpgS d Dbership cermtufcate and badge.
ing& trains require, -, r. I A.sociaW.. membership.. certificates
e excursions wnach will be ofefd wilbe issued to those who are not en-t
vicinity of Ocala during and -gaged in educational work, as well as
the convention will include Siller to those who may be eligible as acUve
gs.L.o". ; (. members.
he spring is the most noted Associate members are entitled to a]-
phenomenon in the State. The mission to all sessions of the associa-
ater is so great as to form a U2- tio, excepting that the privilege of
le river, which, six miles from ~ voting at business sessions is not con- 1
re flows Into the Oclawaha rive ferred. .
Ie visitor ever pretends to com to All teachers and others actively en-
ala and not visit this wonder gaged in educational work or asso-
spring is only five miles nm ciated with educational institutions
and can be reached cheaply d may enroll as active members.
y, either over one of the Active .membership secures the fol-
reads in the State, bicycle pa or lowing special advantages:
1. The privilege of voting, holding
eth House (headquarters)- 70 omce, and sharing in the business man-
; $2 a day. agement of the association or its de-
tezuma Hotel-100 rooms; .50 apartments.
m o 2. Receiving copy of printed proceed-
ing Houses-$1 a -day. ings and other publications that may
Shundred and fifty private hoies, be issued by association.
E ittee.on Information-Prof W. of the annual convention which are
Ocala House. extended to the association.
lntendent W. D. Carn, ar ry Nature "makes all things beautiful
t|iet .o n .,omd .in their time." Eiivery one of life's sea-
i|mittee on Accommodatioa sons, when life moves on Nature's lines
:Jasiah Varn, Ocala. .ouse. has its own charm and beauty. Many
mittee on., Ent tainment- women dread that period when they
| B A.For ,.. :'.. ':..,- c.. must experience change of life. They
Sootte on Child Study-Pro H. fear that face and. form may suffer by
I ly,. chairman, ry. n. the change, and that.they.may (ail to
imttee on ~ ~ade M L. please those whom they love. The
chairman, armr value of Doctor. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
Socal committee 0on3 sacription in tbis crisis of, woman's life
.expects to provide e ..-t lies in the fact that it assists Nature.
I homes of the city of O -for Aits use r reserves the balance and buoy-
guests at $1 per day. ancy of the mind and sustains the phy-
. committee on accommodaion seical powers. Many women have ex-
idopted excellent plans for reiv- pressed their gratutde for the help
guests on arrival of every -tr.s it and comfort given by "Favorite Pre-

the Plant Syptem, or the a- scription" in this trying period. its
Air Line depots, vi, to m ee d benefits are not passing but permanent
guests to headquarters, ( and conduce to mental happiness as
and there locate visitors in'n well as physical strength.
part of the city.
trains will arrive as follows WOMAN'S CONVENTION..
f~ni the north, over the Seal ard -- -- ... ..... n "" th
ithe north, over the -a .a The Seventh Annual Meeting of the
L the suh om.v SadAr imorida Baptist Woman's Union con-
a-t t 11:h52 a.m. 3 vened in Marianna on Thursday after-
the n h oaver Pa lant noon, December 12, 190L The meeting
t:05 e north, over.a nt was opened .with devotional exercises
:the south, over Florida., th by the president, Miss Caroline Palmer.
It 1:20 a. e and 1:30 p. -. T t-he appointment of committees was
High Springs and Lake di- then taken in order, after which came
SSfrom the north, arrive 5: the annual addresses by the president
from the south, 1:3 p. m. and corresponding secretary.
m Dr. J. C. Frost, secretary of the Sun-
PROGRAM. day School Boara, gave the ladies an
FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. r Interesting and instructive talk con-
Music, orchestra. corning his department of work, and
er, Rev. R. H. Morris. asked special assistance for the distri-
,Mlss-ena Bullock. bution of Bibles in home and foreign
es of welcome-On be of lands. He insisted that the literature
Hon. L Anderson. published by this board be adopted in
behalf of County Teacher ur Sunday schools. At the close of his
Superintendent W. D. L address, Mrs. Burton delighted the au-
Ise, Dr. W. F. Yocun, h dience with an impressive solo.
Dr. J. C. McConnell, secretary of the
SIs there Enough? -- HomeMMission Board, came next on the
J. M. Greenwood,- amh, program, and with much earnestness
Greenwoo, n--r'', and eloquence he. presented the impor-
.' tance and necessity of his work. Let-
ITURDAY MORNING, DEC. terms from Miss 'iaylor and kiss Barn-
SMuse, orchestra. I ham were read by the corresponding.
Rev. Howard Dutl1. sccretary, Miss SDldtig, These letters
Annual addren r. were highly appreciated and the fact
-w. M. Holloway, Gainl that Miss Taylor is being supported in
To what Extent Shool the her worX by the iaptist ladies of Flor-
SPersonal Expenses tu- Ida, made hem doubly interesting.
the Higher,: ui of ImmeJ ats t afWter this pledges were
? Principal J. L. or. take for the continuince of Miss Tay-
qI or' s upnnort for another year.

tr dyvotondl exercises, the report offori a. hl al at-'1 teate
ive. wThe same oe-mp w d--N-^4 ..* *:' s
rat year. ore onfthewSpi el nd us aUI I Isra to the only perdet
r. W. N. Chiand6ta*, CURe e.r "- .
And honored secretary of e ncx ta n]eo watld
made an address wieh left, a lasting potive rsa .atthu aaoyUit a
impression upon his hearers. His words nAtis no o euares all nt-.
powed with a love, sympathy and ten-. anmmatie _t t imantlyel
kerness born of the Holy spiritt and ad ator ty
reathed a blessing upon all who .iV HAY F or COL I the
The cause of aged ministers was pre- CATAaKK when elected often
ented by Mrs. ASean. Dr. Bonar, as- lead o, 0ONBUMPTION_-"1iNUp
tstant secretary of the Foreign Mis- "LW will save .yau. I you use It at
ion Board, then gave an address In be- once. It is no ordinary remedy. but a
alf of his wori. He Impressed upon complete treatment which is positively
he ladies the fact that the financial guaranteed to care CATARRH In any
dea regarding missions should never form or stage if used aecordng to the
be given the precedence, but should be directions which qcompevy each
merely the outcome of educaonal and package. Don't- delay but send for it
spiritual progress. Let the spiritual at once, and write ftl particulars as
and inner life be fertilized until the to your condition, and you will receive
harvest comes in the form of liberal special service from the discoverer of
and generous giving" was the gist of this wonderful remedy regarding your
his argument, and tnose who heard re- case without cost to you beyond the
ceived much light regarding their du- regular price of "SNUFFLIL' the
ies as members of a missionary so- "GUARANTEED CATARRH CURB."
iety. he maue a special plea that SentPepaid to any address In the..
Christmas offerings be made in behalf United States on receipt of one uol-
of China. A duet b0 Mrs. Stricklandar Address Dept. C740, EDWIN B.
and Mrs. Butler was the next number GILES & CO., 2330 and 2332 Market
on the program, and the sweetness and street, Philadelpbia.
pathos with which it was rendered
added much to tne interest of the meet- -
ing. Miss Spalding then gave a most
instructive talk on mission band work.
Helpful suggestions and plans were I 7.38
given as a part of her personal experi-
ence in this work and many rejoiced
in being benefited and better equipped
for this branch of service. Mrs. Bean
added some helpful remarks along this
ine, after which the meeting closed.. -
There are in our State at present 155
W. M. societies, 44 Mission Bands and
2 Young Ladies' Mission Clubs. The
total contributions during the past year
amounted to $1,98.57.
Lately starved in London: because he
could not digest his tood. i fIarly use
of Dr. King's New Life "lis would
have saved him. They strengthen the
stomahI :aid digestion, promote ansim-
Hatiop, improve appetite. Price 25c.
Money back if not satisfied. Sold by all
Down in the basement the Capi- *
tol there is a row of comn ttee rooms
used by members of the senate and' Co.tton Seed E
House who cannot get betr ones up- OtO 6
stairs, says the Washingn corres-'* Oats in foltf .t-'
pondentofthe new York ortd. Over Oats in foU -
the door of. each room. is t wanted Ihe H QmIA P r 4-
namn of the occupant. Senator !3am- 0 d ,i; .Xi Ut,
ble, of North Dakota, while, waiting for ha o o .m
tne Senate painter to prepare him a UC.bae spedal p
sign,. printed the word "Gamble" in es s -- -
sprawly capital letters on large sheet Ior l 6ss quantil
of paper and pasted it onithe frosted
glass door. The above all del
Three visitors from New Mexico wan-
dered past yesterday afternoon reading
the signs over the doors. When they
came to Senator Gamble's room with
its paper sign, one of them nudged .an-
otner and said, 'Let's go in and look -..- .:..-.:- -:.:..-.:*:..-.*.^:. :- :
her over." .
They opened the door and walked in, E
to the aton inhment of a mild-manner- :.-,. *-
ed young man at worx at a typewriter. .:
The three New Mexicans stoo4 together .' 1
near the door and looked around. Fin- .. .'
ally one of them said, "Wpere's it?" : I
"Where's what?" asked the young i..K
man at the typewriter. -:
"Why, the layout -or the wheel. W V
What's the game, and how much is a I
Back?" .. E1|
I" don't understand you," said the
young man at the typewriter. WF: ..
"Aw that's all right," said one of e *
the party. "We're all right, too. Open B Jan Is
up and well take a chance." fI By January
By thisatime the young man was be- f* at prices that
ginning to think the visitors were .. ..
crazy. He protested that he did not "t:,
know what the New MaIn meant, og Three pieces Solid O!
and they, after a whispered convers- :.S ** "r-. pic Solid.
tion, stalked out ito the hal. Chair ar minis
,"Guaes our game ain't good enough ed
for him," was the only comment made; .'i '.
'out it says 'Gamble' on the sign, sure ...
Mother's Worm S)rup newer falls to .t fa--
destroy and remove worms in chil- I:. *J

dren. It is cruel not to administer ti *.
to them whenever there is need. .

Capt Edwards and Dr. Bunker visit- -
ed Tallahassee Monday. *:
Mrs. Barco, an old citizen of Waukul- :
la, died at Jacksonville and was buried 1:
at Crawfordville this week.
Mr. J. C. Lee has been suffering from ... l :." .
a bone felon, but fortunately will not l .:* -*:*
lose the bone. _
Mrs. J. T. Border and children are
visiting their parents and grand-par-
Messrs. Miley Barnhill and Joe An- -.
person left for South Florida last
Judge R. Don. McLeod and wife cele-
brated their 10th wedding anniversary V A -
last week: They had a dinner for the ._ -
old folks and a dance for the young at
night. All enjoyed themselves Im- you know that C
mensely. D n t here and in addi


"Something New Under
The Sun."

All Doctors have tried to cure CA- !
. the .use of powders, qldt.
gases, inhalers and drugs in paste
torm. Their powders dry up the Mair
cuous membranes causing themiA t6
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have- e
tirely eaten away the same mem.
branes that their makers have almed4
to cure, while pastes and ointments
..nnf .antsr ask hta Aimaa An .1d agm,

*I -.' -**- fxTT'A B BAaCy FLTA.
i ~ TT 1 jElLt loJM, MJi.,
tsxt door to Gilmore & IOav. Co., opposite.Wight Bros. Drug Store.

Keeps in stock all grades of Undertaking Supplies nd gua4 ros-
faction. A portion of vnr patronage. i solicited, and all orders reciei
prompt attention. T






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Bmen, the thing has been received and and in entitled to the credit due to such
LAB t are aknowlemet Hop- cnmmn4ng offer for theLF UR I-
Lan, of F lag that you got well paid from the ill- victory which resulted in the total IL
___ gotten Santiago prize money 'tor circu- destuction of the Spanish ships.
P ZT N 13 DAT at the rating these pictures, and assuring you "GRORGZ DBWBY."
88 tt a. that the one sent us has been safely These are the words of a hero, but
-: iJ tiO S (Rme year) .. .. ..#1. consigned to oblivion we wish you a they are what might have been ex- I
I merry Christmn- pected from George Dewey. They have
J HMNC. TRIOU, d. and Propr. placed him even higher in the estima-
Swants the Monroe d HRISTMAS TO ALL tion of the people than he stood be-
plemented Before another issue of The Tafl- fore. His words have the proper ring.
haeean reaches the peope hrit They are in accordance th the ev- Catarrhal Diseases are Most
Sby Prden901, will have been an event of the dence, and will- be accepted as the true i
SAk. objetions to the transfer of past. verdict in the case.Vaen in Winer
MISh West Indies have been remo This is the season of good cheer when The trial has been a painful ordeal --
nad Uncle Sam will soon have-a those who are blessed witn an abund- to Admiral Schley, but he comes out IS THERE NO WAY OF
A-me Islands in his junk-shop. ance of this world's goods are expected of the case with an added lustre that R *
AUG A to give to their less fortunate neigh- cannot be but pleasing to himself and ESCAPE FROM
o AnGNTINA don't want to get inf a or friends. The rotten navy clique may
crap with Chile. The former a The meek and lowly Nazarene in have builded farther than they knew. Pe-ru-na Never Fails to Cure
chip on her shoulder, however, wl whose honor Christmas is observed, Their persecution of the real hero of
the latter says defiantly "don't taught "peace on earth, good will to Santiago may land that man in the Catarrh WhereVer
on the tail av me tcoat." men." He came herp for the remis- Presidential chair. It would be just Located.
AxA WcSTT' In the United States re mon of sins and to elevate humanity, to like the American people to thus
Going to find that they will ha a comfort the down-trodden and oppress- stamp their disapproval on such con- There are some things which are as
Mighty rough row to hoe. They cofd ed and to give "rest to those that are temptible methods. sure as fate, and can be relied on to occur
not let well enough alone, and now y weary and heavy laden." to at least one-half of the human family
will suffer for their folly. While you are enjoying Christmas GEORGIA'S WATCH DOG. unless means are taken to prevent.
SI don t forget the poor and needy. Their State Treasurer Parke is the watch First, the climate of winter is sure to
SETa Low has been sworn in as lot in this life is none too pleasant: dog of the Georgia treasury. He post- bring colds.
mayor of Greater New York. Seth then why not try to lighten their bur- tively refuses to use the State's sink- second, colds not promptly cured are
elected for the express purpose tf pt- den as much as. possible? Look about ing fund for any purpose other than Third, catarrh improperly treated is
tying -politics and laying lawless you and see If you cannot, make some that for which it was created. sure to make lifo short and miserable.
low in New York, and he has the r one happy. If you are financially un- It will be remembered that about a aOstarrh spares no organ or function of
wishes of tne best people, able to do anything, try to spread sun- year ago Treasurer Parke was ordered the body. It is capable of destroying
At shine by your mere presence. A kind by Governor Candler to the public sight, taste, smell, hearing, digestion,
ATLA"A proposes to bar out of er secureion assimilation and excretion.
public schools the children of word, a smile, a hearty hand-shake will property fund for paying the salaries sere s evy rtiof the bTman
who do not pay their taxes. Atl ta go far towards removing dull care from of the school teachers, in direct viola- body, head, throat, stomach, bowels, l
has always been noted for her por ne weary hearts. These harbingers of tion of the constitution. This he posi- bronchial tabes, lungs, liver, kidneys,
p^ropensities. This Injustice to Ilo- peace will cost you nothing. They will tively refused to do. The matter was bladder and other pelvic organs.
prop series, hoisv, woustice to Il make you feel better, and the recipients carried to the supreme court, which That Perunsa cures catarrh wherever
cent parties, howee would ge ha 1 will treasure them as sunshine in the upheld the treasurer. located is attested byl A TEN STROKE FOR PE

black eye for a long time to come. Wt ts rs Te T a w fta obu a pDr. Hartman by grateful men and wo- Catarrh of The al. Cttarh
IT s noIwWith thin issue The Tayuahasseean wasl for the State to build a depot in men who have been cured by Peruna: Mrs. Emie Kirckhoff, Ada, Min, Peter J. Ungcr
IT is now in order for the vy takes occasion to extend the usual that city out of this fund, bitterly op- writes: I think that
to try Dewey and brand him tor greetings to its readers and the public posed Mr. Parke and was sorely disa te Through a violent cold contracted tarrh of th
and coward. Little effort would b re- generally, and wishes one and all a pointed at the court's verdict Gov- leMr m i e Blu A tfo- lastwinter, I became afflicted with ca have no trouble
quired to prove the charges, werithe merry Cnristmas and a happy New ernor Candler was one of the most lowing: tarrh of the nose, which in a short time J.Unger.
effort made. Year. zealous workers for the depot. My son, Leon Ramsey, four years of affected my lungs. I took Peruna which Cat
SThe two men are again working at age, suffered with catarrh of the head cured me thoroughly. I now feel better
SOME of the alleged jokes belngyer- '1.HE SCHLEY VERDICT. cros-purposes, the one to spend the for eighteen or twenty months. Hetook thanIhve or forty years.'-Mrs. AW. GDrse
petrated by an esteemed contem %ary History has repeated itself, and once people's money, and the other to pro- one bottle of your Peruna and could Ere oiTrc h eB wrii o r of
are quite rus-ty km age. Ia her Ta good as ever.-D. R. RAMSEY.o
are quite rus-ty i age. again has a cotere of Washington tect it. The governor has notiied the hear as good as ever."-D. RAMSEY. Mr. John Smith, 311 S. Third street, after suffering t
they may be classed in the catego of warriors made an effort to disgrace an treasurer of his approval of the Howell Catarrh or The None. Atchison, Kan., writes: flveottles of Pe
Kworm-eaten chestnuts. 8 American hero. The Schley court of resolution, and requested him, in ac- Mr. Herman Ehlke, 952 Orchard street, I was troubled with catarrh of the and I feel like
THE gallant Hobson has ki* one inquiry has come to a close, and the cordance with it to transfer $325,830 Milwaukee, Wis., writes: urethra and bladder for two years. At Graves.
Sstlted themselves from the public property fund to the "I am entirely cured of my catarrh of the time I wrote to you I was under the p
4 emale to many, and has at las en the nose by your Peruna. My case was care of my home doctor, and had been
a victim to Cupid's arrows. H en- will be handed down to posterity as fit interest account a severe one."-Herman Ehlke. for four months Miss Katie Lo
gagement to Miss Eleanor Ludlo of companions to "Historian" Maclay. Mr. Parke has refused to comply catarr o The Throat. "I followed your directions but two write:
Springfield, Ohio, has been annou ced. The people have had their eyes on with the demand until ordered to do so months, and can say Peruna cured me "I had pelvic
the proceedings of the court of inquiry, by the highest court in the State. The B.H. Runya, Sesville, O, writes: of that trouble.--John Smith, abdomen, back,
"TLABOB and capital are co in and while they saw nothing in the evi- case is now before the supreme court, for five years. I was induced to try Catarrh of The Bowel. and headache c
tfor their share of public attention ow. dence to warrant such an injustice, and a' decision is expected some time Peruna. I have used five bottles and am Mr. Henry Entzion, South Bend, Ind, lowed your dr
rOne can't very well exist within the were not surprised at the verdict. In next week. perfectly well."-B. H. Runyan. writes: d r Iar h a erf
other. They should work together like fact, they expected it, knowing that A^rroREY General J. M. ,Terrell, of Catarrh of The Ear. bowels and I took his medicine, but such a distressing
the well-balanced wheels of the ty the board was largelyom-owein- Georgia, will tender his resignation Mr. Archie Godin, 188 Beech street, with no relief. I was getting worse all Lochman.
som ti i boot-lickers to the Long-Orownin- mm tm n January," in orier to Pitchburg, Mass., writes: the time. A book on th<
,^*W-- S shield element, which is a disgrace to mae the ra f overnor Joe had "Pernna has cured me of catarrh of "Before I had taken a half bottle of catarrh in all ta
WIg exled to some island, entirely t sr- American people has been made how- better hold on to what he has, because iar several years."-Archie Godin. Entzion. Co, Columbus, O
e t-E some island, etrl *ur- Aeia pp h b made, how- a bird in the hand is worth two in the
rounded by water, the average ever. Their decision will be rendered
ehist will hesitate about maki hi later on when it will be seen that t bush, every time. Down in this nek transport Warren was sent to their re- Well, we have not heard anything ability, and their
views known. It might be di larent ea of fair tla will not tolerate such of the woods it looks very much like let and before it reached Japan ran about our regiment going home soon, us selections in
were the island surrounded be r or oa tolerate such Estill, of the Savannah Morning onto a rock and is laid up there for re- and we have about give up all hope of ly creditable. T
ere tes d surrouded by r or an injustice. News ,would be the lucky man. At pairs. They are all still in Japan. its ever going back, but unless we get little Pauline, =
whisTey. t Schley has already won his place In an r e h t b wishes of aThere was so much trouble going on on some recruits pretty soon we cannot Master Edmund,
whikey. history among the list of Ilaustrious rate, h h t best w o the way home that I decided I had bet- do much good here. WVe have not got receive and hig]
. THE trade edition of tLha A ow hrye amonsthest illb streeu majority of tne newspaper fraternity, ter stay in the Philippines and run the over half a regiment now, and we still Miss Ada Cur
SCourier-Informant is a typogr o ilcal reen with a good following in the ranks, risk of being boloed by an insurgent have a good many to go out between sisted the child
Sem, beautifully embetisheda y th long after their traducera have sunk ,, than to go home and run the risk of now and the middle of January. Life violin like a ma
gefm,, beautifully embshe wit IT* a omeal-one engravings It is Who re te A r o tooW because errors appear in their letters. We received orders to look out for a would all like to see something to but her violin
printed on heavy calendared pa con- t h ar Crowninshleld. Men whoo eas eo abelar nte l te.1o attack some time ago, but they brighten things up a little, even if it lauded. Miss
trains thirty-two pages and cov4 and Me wo That is all unnecessary. The public have not come after us so far, and I do was a bolo charge some dark night year-old daught<
B | the matter of press work. as l1 in their eageruess to jump when their knows the newspaper is responsible not think there is much danger of it when there was a big rain storm on of the Seaboard

n po tan masters crac mthe whip, look not where for misspelling entirely. Along this we are not allowed to leave quarters hand. is a very promts
Artistic arrangement, it ts to they are going to land. They .have line we can truthfully say, too, that now, without having on our side arms, Well, hoping all will have a good her whole soul
beat. The editress, Miss Nellie theresives on record as men The Tallahasseean has ootea something we have never had to do time Christmas and not get up the next and extracting su
Deserves much credit for her nter- n prooread since landingesn here. The natives will morning with Dig heads musta goet ashe warrants the
Sri of small calibre who won their renown who can stand with almost any college get so they thin we are afraid of them. and look around a little, so ados hath charms to
: ]pr ise T as naval heroes in, times of peace, professor in a spelling bee, yet it is im- The Spaniards were not allowed out of CORP'L JEFF M. WALKER beast"
SSaturday's issue of th ack- when there was no fighting to be done. possible in the rush of getting to press quarters, when they owned these is- Copany F, 4th In. U. S. ArmyIt is to be reg
sonville Metropolis was, in the Men who, in their efforts to foist Samp- with a newspaper to catch all the i tes Mams nd the na- nila, Philippine Islands. e atr pre
lar of the street g n, a humer. It son on a lofty pedestal high up in the errors They are very annoying to us afraid of the Filipinos, and I suppose OF BENEFIT TO YOU
was the "house-warmng edition' got- annals of fame, have adoed to the and all other newspaper men, but can- ic was. I think a short army bayonet D. Mi Low Rates for
ten out in honor of their mo into odium already clinging to their pet not be avoided. Like a thief, they slip mwod pr a pood weapon a gai nga lonug i ln troblDed wth Pars via S
their handsome new quarters. Sn the These men have returned a, verdict ad- by us waiere they are least expected. not too much o a coward to use it )ed sores, was advised to try De Wit' R
Smatter of press work. illsttions verse to the hero of Santiago. But the but I do nt I do not think the Cavite Provinc itch Hazel Salve and did so with This popular r
matter material and make-up Me- people know what prompted this de- THERE is a chance for a big steal in natives want to come in contact a voderful results. I was perfectly etrate some of
e ision, and aside from their mortifca- the Western irrigation scheme. If the short range with the "Mericano." To *urd. It is the best salve on the mar game, birds and
tropolis is strictly up-to-date. the knowledge that the Amer- government goes into this it will find many of them have been up against :e re e for es, sores, burns dhee e

THE Gainesville Daily News es ican navy contains such servile a white elephant of huge proportions There has been some trouble on the mou and ich
The Tallahasseean of yellow urnal- wrethes, are. not worrying over the on its hands-one that will call for an Island of Samar and also some in Ba- RICE CONCERT COMPANY. Virginia, Nort
e, ant e ad s wn esven we t c nm r a H outcome. p annual expenditure of immense sums tagas Province on this island, but we for the benefit o
Sit r et e N Admiral Dewey was the only member of money. have not heard any news from either A Delightful Entertainment Given on parties, moving
^^ to paint 'er red. The News be plac in soe oimy It is all kept
color blind, or else can't see ght of the board possessing the manhood Argentina are preparing retty quiet Tuesday Night ng
The Tallahasseean denies the lega- to defy the Washington eliuqe. And for war. There is nothing new, strange oft u natra, wit e mA mal but e elect audience rs
tion and dees the alleator. W didn't who is Dewey? He is the hero who or startling in the announcement, how- vite last Thursday on the United States ved the lement Tuesday night and points rates, s
do it In fact we are not in habit teamed into Manila bay that bright ever. Those South American countries army transport e muster to take posses- stheRe hon th oman of p aPo
e printing this paper "any col so it ay morning and electrified the world are perpetually at war, preparing for on of the Loog and watch out for a pro's e ompany at un- entave of the
L. re, preferring to e go black by winning one of the most glorious war, or trying to knock the chip ot ibstetion that is Th rtinm t was first-class in WANTE-AT
Aews ink and indulge only in l naval victories recorded in history eaci other's shoulder. sr port They have en dnnce r every a ar. Josie, Pauline and no
journalism. Read what the Immortal Dewey says, days, but whether usey have found any- und ice are mntio n of rare., w V
and then eu whosee report will be ac IN THE PHILIPPINES. heard from them since they leftvbgk
SSimultaneously with the ano unce- epted: San Franiesco, De Malabon, P. L, thing or not I cannot say, as we have
ment by the Asoelated Pre the "In the opinion of the under ed Nov. th, 190L not heard from them since they left.
Weekly Tallahassee I Suppose though they have found a
outrageous verdict of the majority of the passage from Key West to Clen- Fla.: As I have not written a letter plenty of mud and water and all kinds
Sthe court of inquiry in the c case, fuegos was made by the fying Squad- tor you in some time I will try it again of natives and native dogs. If they
an insurance company has the ront- ron with all possible dispatch, Comm- tonight I am on guard and have a have not, I would like to go there my-
arait br Ith h d wou s Worn on gutwo In
Sery to mail this office a e por- dore Schley having in view the bm- eple or ltiome.s w nt nt tho no cka slt W we
trait o the man who has vored portance of arriving off Cienfuegos about the only time T h mve to write, for
Sy every method possible to the with as much coal as possible in the we only have twe S, men here doing Albums
hero of Santiago'of his laure There ships'e bunkers. duty now, and I a:'. on guard ope day Ach.g Jo sts,
Smay be those who believe in driv- "The blockade of Cenfuegos was et- d f ne and the day ff I do not In the fingers, toes, arms, and their
Wefeel very r th like writing, for by the ring tbtevl
wling Idiot who has sense to get feetive tim I clean up a lie and tae a nap parts of the body, are joints that ae
0rinout of the way when a naval is "Commodore Schleyrn permitting the it is time to mount guard again inflamed and swollen by rheumatism- Writing Cases,
goin to o take place, but added fnds steamer Adula to enter the port of .. Wll, the Tallahassee bobs hat en- that acid condition of the blood which n Collar and Cuff tBoor



r/ Forms o1

of The KId*ey. -
r, Hawley, -a-, writes:
I am perfectly cured
:idneys by Peruna, as I
Sof any kiind."-Pet

of The Stomach.
3, of Hamipaond, wid,
aartman, says:
catarrh of the stomach
wo years. I have tahca
runa and one of ManaliA
new man now."-A.W.

vie Cataruh.
chman, Lafayette, IL,
catarrh, pain in the
had stomach tronbi.
used by cat i.rrh. I Id-
:ons; tcok Pcruna t,-
ing to rectio, a
el that I pn relieved
g ;ilmen "-Miss

e cure o la grippe sad
ges and Ahascs sent fe
y The Pruna Medias

r renditlvn of the ail-
the proam was high-
he Sixth Air Varie, by
and th4 selection by
violin Elos, were wel
hly app elated.
ry, of Tallahassee, *
ren, an handled the
ster. Fr appearama
iced onhe program,
solo wa warmly ap
Ada is the fourtel-
er of Engineer Cary.
Air Line railway. St

ing violinist, thrOW
into t4e instruma~
ich harnonlous strain
old saying that "m'ai
soothe the sava"
netted that the inclem-
vented a larger crowd
the concert.
Hunting and Fishing
seaboard Air Line
oute, whose lines pen-
the best country for
fish to be found any-
outh, has on sale re-
s from Norfolk, Ports-
mond to all points il
and South Carolina,
)f hunting and fishing
individually or other-
Is carried free with
and others are trans-
I cost. a
n as t.most desirable
edulesietc., furnished
to anymgent or repre-
-e. travTe< sal-Min:,-
ely i ec4arv; 4( ,.taev-


o ye


The Finest Cake

Is made with Royal Bak-

ing Powder. Always light,

sweet, pure & wholesome.







Those Who Uather Items
TalahaseMan Readers.

The Dentist, Dr. R. A. Shine.

Everybody is getting ready for the
carnival and street fair next week. Ex-
cursion trains will be run &to the city
every day during the week.
-.. + + +
Largest line of the finest buggiessad-
dles and harness in Tallahassee at L.
C. Yaeger's. Sold close for cash.
S4 4 4+
For a wholesome health beverage try
a Cohasset Punch, served with fruit at
Marcus' New Saloon. You'll like it.
On Wednesday Major Robert Gam-
ble celebrated his 89th birthday. Mr.
Gamble was born in Virginia in 1812,
and came to Flohda in 1821.
+ + +
Plain and fancy collar and cuff boxes.
The Tallahassee Drug Co.
+- +
A magnificent line of Christmas
goods, in cut glass, sterling silver an I
solid gold, at Sweeting s, and he does
all necessary engraving free of charge.
+ + +

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist.

A. M. Carlisle, with R.

Phone No.
L. Collins,

Rev. Irl K. Hicks Almanac for sale
at this office, for 25 cents. Only a few
Mr. 0. H. Kelley, of Carrabelle, made
a business trip to the State Capital
If you intend to get married buy
your engagement ring from Sweeting.
He has a large assortment of the most
beautiful creations.
Try that delicious beverage, Cohas-
set Champagne Punch at Marcus' New
Saloon? If not, why not?
Sporting goods of all kinds can be
found at L. C. Yeager's.
+ + +
S. T. Smi.n, of Savannah, was here
Monday on business. Mr. Smith is
traveling agent for the Merchants' and
Mariners' Trasportation Company.
A crew of five sailors passed through
the city Wednesday morning en rou'e
to Pensacola to join a Norwegian bak
bound for the Canary Islands.
If you are after beautiful Christmas
goods see Sweeting. He does all nec-
essary engraving free of charge.
Game is said to be plentiful in Leon
county. Buy your guns, ammunition
and sporting goods at L. C. Yaeger's.
4 4
Horseshoe Brand Pure Rye is guar-
anteed to be Just the kind that will

J. D. Calloway was here Saturday, reach the spot. Sold by Bal's saloon.
from Lake City, on business. He ap- 4 4. 4 '
peared before the Railroad Commis- Mr. Lindsey G. Papy has resigned as
sion in the interest of the citizens of clerk of the Leon hotel to accept a po-
his town who ask that a union depot ,sition in the freight office of the C. T.
be erected in Lake City. The commis- & G. Railroad Company.
slon granted the request I + +
S+ + Mr. F. M. Bunker, a prominent farm-
Buy a sterling silver or solid gold er of Wakulla county and station agent
Christmas present from Sweeting anl at Arran, made a business trip to Tal-
have it engraved free of charge. lahassee Monday, returning home on
e4 + 4 .Tuesday morning.
The coroner's jury Investigating the + 4 4

murder of Florida Anthony, which oc-
curred on Monday night of last week
on Mr. ILR. A. Whitfleld's plantation,
six miles northeast of Tallahassee, fin-
ished its labors last Saturday. The
evidence adduced -was largely circum-
stantial, but the chain was sufficiently
strong to induce the jury Wo return a
verdict that deceased came to her
death at the hands of Walter Black-
stone. Hiackatone is now confined in
the Leon county jail.
No trash at Yaeger's. Everything in
his stock is useful and worth muqL,
more than the price charged. Whqn.
you go to select a Christmas present
call at ais store and examine his im-
mense stock. Something to please ev-
erybody can be found there.
The most popular young lady in the
Capital City! A difficult question
where all are popular and have their
hosts of admirers. Yet there must Pe
one who is the most popular. You have
an opportunity of voting for your fa-
vorite. If she is the lucky one she will
receive a handsome gold watch from
The Tallahasseean. Cut out the coupon
now running in these columns and
vote. Vote early, late and often, and
help decide who is the most popular.
Red D. B. Meginniss, Jr.'s ad for this
week concerning holiday goods.
4 4+
The argument before Judge Malone,
on the motion by Camp & West to en-
join the State of Piorida from leasing
her convicts to the Florida Naval
Stores and Commission Company, was
concluded Saturday. The day was
spent in speech-making, Col. R. W.
Williams, for the defence, occupying
the greater part of the morning. Ex-
Congressman Cooper, for the plain-
tiffs, began speaking at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon, and held tne floor until 6.
A decision is momentarily expected
from Judge Malone.
+ -r +
Mr. Charles S. Apte, traveling repre-
sentative of the El Provedo Cigar Man-
ufacturing Company, has returned to
Tallahassee from an extended trip
through the North and East. This
winds up his business on the road for
1901. and he will rest until after the

4 4 4 -
Work has been suspended on Mr.
Ilitiiberg's new building on Monroe
street, on account of the scarcity of !
mV.e "al. Brick for the front is ex-
JP :d every day, ai-d it is probable
that a large force of men will be put
to work on January 2. The building
will be one of the handsomest tn Tal-
+4+ _

The Tallahasseean received a pleas-
ant call one day this week from Mr.
R. W. Owens, of the Oeklockonee
neighborhood. Mr. Owens is one of
Leon's most substantial planters and
is a welcome visitor at this office.
Watches, clocks and jewelry at
If you want a nice buggy, saddle or
set of harness, at lowest margin, see
. C. Yaeger.
Don't you know that Horseshoe
Brand Pure Rye Whiskey, the best on
the market, is sold at Ball'sisaloon?
Next Wednesday is Christmas, and
those who wish to celebrate must bear
in mind that the shooting of any kind
of fireworks is prohibited on Monroe
street, or in any business part of the
city, at any time during the holiday
Mr. J. V. Woodward, a popular trav-
eling man of Waycross, Ga., traveling
for the Jones' Pants Manufacturing Co.
of that place, spent several days In
Tallahassee the past week, introducing
his line of goods to our merchants. Mr.
Woodward is an excellent young man,
and represents one of the best con-
cerns in South Georgia.
4 4 4
Ladies' Fine Pat Vici Kid BeadeJ
Strap Slippers for evening wear at D.
B. Meginniss, Jr.'s.
For Rent-The Mrs. Dyke two-story
residence on Monroe street, near the
Leon Hotel. For particulars apply to
W. A. Demilly, agent.
The annual Christmas bazaar given
by the King's Daughters at the armory
last Friday was a success in every par-
ticular. The sale of fancy work was
extremely satisfactory, the attendasee
was larger than usual, t. e:'esh-
ments were greatly enjoyed a,.i evaey-
body had a good time. What more
need be said?


Get one of Hicks' Almn y and be _-_......_"ST M A S_ _

how to guard against sudden storms, : 9 1 0 W ----I* I
blizzards, etc. .. ..- .
Mr. H. N. Sweeting, the Jeweler, fur-
nshes the gold watch that la given' I / t
by The Tilshhasemin to the most pop- 40. 4 [;
ular young lady. This It a guarantee 41. aa 5S S5 I .
that it is a perfect time-keeper. Call 4P --
at his tore and ee t on exhibition. .
See those lovely rings, soi gold,.::
and diamonds, at Swetingos. t P ROLAA +tl
Guna, ammunition, revolvers and all f R( LL4 I4N
kinds of sporting goods at L1 C. Yae- _____________ _.""__ 4
ger's. -
+4+ ++ '.
wikey. For sale at Ball's saloon. Why waste money on useless thingst-
Only.. 4.
The gold watch to be given to the S*
most popular young lady in Tallahas- < < a h
see Is now on exhibition In Mr. H. N. I
bweetings show window. It Is a little W R i Wm b I I
gem, and warranted to be a first-class W 1 W I
time-keeper. See It and then vote for o
your favorite. I
+ + +
Beautiful sterlinsilver presents for Now offers the greatest variety of useful Christ-
youngand old, at1H.N.SweeUng's m s s e
++ mas presents ever seen m Tallahassee.
1Ao family should be without Rev. 4.
Irl R. Hicks' Almanac. His weather :
predictions seldom miss. With it you Hemstitched Embroidered Handker-
can foretell storms, rains, freezes. For < chiefs, from 60 cents a dozen to $9 a
sale at this office at 25 cents each. Only dozen
a few left. Towels from 60 cents a dozen to $18 | 4
+ + + a dozen. e l l
Everything is marked in plain figures Bed Spreads, from 50 cents each to
at Sweeting's. $16 each. l l t
+ + + Table Napkins, from 50 cents a dozen
The hunting season is here, and we o l to $6 a dozen. I T d.
have sporting goods in great variety. i Ladies' Umbrellas, from 50 cents
lC. Yaeger. a each to $6 each.
S+ +- Gentlemen's Umbrellas, from 50 cents
Store ForRent-One o theof the best do- o each to $6, each.
nations in the city,on Monroe street Gentlemen's Toilet Slippers, new, r e
Apply at this office. 'oe ur nobby, and comfortable. m
A4p a4 -s II Gentlemen's Neck Ties, the latest
N aW' Fine Candies are stylesforn. d rR
Uf Ife8 rGentlemen's Collars all the new I '
wysfires/t, at Wight & Bro. : ; styles.
4+ 4. d*l Gentlemen's and Ladies' Kid Gloves.. N c
Don't 'delay about casting your ballot mbroidered Table Mats, Tidd Tabl Mats Tid, Ta-
for the most popular young lady in ble and Bureau Scarfs. LV a .
Tallahassee. Delays are dangerous, and Clothes Bags, Down Pillows and
you are liable to e liable to be just a little too Covers, Faicy Table Covers.
late with the coupons that would have Boys' Ready Made Suits, Boys' Dress
won a beautiful gold watch for your Shirts and Shirt Waists. es.
favorite. ', ''t 'Boys' Hats, Caps' and Neck Ties. I <
favoe. 4. Chiffon and Liberty Silk Ruffs for
Large line of buggies saddles and W:e lLadies' Neck Wear. d Em ed i
harness, sold cloce for cash, at L. Cl. Crochet Shawl and Embroidere4d
Yaeger's. i ohw Cashmere Scarfs for Ladies. ,
e II Ladies' New Style Neck Wear in
See those sterling siier tea and cof- Fancy Silk and Chiffon_
fee sets at Sweeting's. They are beau- LadiesLeatherand Beaded Bags,
.fes. n T u froam 25 cents each to $3 each. ii
lllwdt.le p
Sc t lBeautiful Silk Waists, all new styles. I
COnnoseu+r US !Or.e h.u irirnd II Ladies' Black Taffeta Tucked Silk 0 -
pure Rye Whiskey. the bo t i the Skirts with Circular Flounce. ,
market. It is wolth $4 a g:llon. I:t to '4 1
introduce it, it is sold for $3 at Ball's
S+ + ;; Together with an endless variety of Dress Gbods,

young ladyi T Ready Made Skirts, Walkingt Jackets, Cases,
only a short time, therefore it will be 1 J ck ts 1
wise on your part to vote as early and Ribbons and Dress Trimmings, all of whif
often as possible a Cohsset Cha-

pagne Punch at Marcus' New aoon. will be sold at reasonable prices.
Don't forget to call foBar seshoe om"
Brand Pure Rye Whiskey. It is worthy
4 or girallon, but who writes sold at shor3 at Balls
saloon. Itsl purity is guaranteed. The cock Liquid S lphr M / I i

la-Ii Orland Fla." Gentlemen-I have had
Diamond rings at Sweeting's. See Ws I i sk
them ma asold ease y ded so readily as to Liquid Sul-

4 undon ya specific for eczema. drive ut every trace of Malarial poison
Have you tried a o e ha ed it for others with most ng. The wise inure teir lives and the '

now running in this paper Thne boye sa ry results. I consider t the wer insure thir health by g J

orbrlwhom rte thle bn onehestnshor k best edy for cutaneous affections one Chill and lever Tonic. geosts V..
sorrel horse with glazed face. Suitable I have ver known and regard it as the cent" i t cures; not one cent i it doe .........
reward will be paid for their delive eat medical discovery of the age not. ED
Do want pureston. unadulterated l os. .. Elendurea a m strike ntst I
Pure R Rh et yydu ad W.ld An y ., T ro H EAD IH NN are uery wrtch take a I
Do the boys and girls of Tallahassee phur. think if MIDDLE FL property thoughoureof hnson'sTRID .cand" .

possess any literary talent? They now A gl tering array of diamonds and FOR SALE. The Goodwood Home- And other makes of Me: 'C
have a splendid opportunity to show it, preclo stones in appropriate settings, stead, comprising a substantial brick 4 F. Io,
as the boy or girl, who writes the best at Sw ting's mansion and outbuildings, furnshed or Fvne hoes.
story about the characters, in "Ten unfurnished. Good water and 160 acres
Nights in a Bar Room" will receive a FOR heap for cash-A well of land, completely fenced, one mile ---
five dollar gold piece. The story will equip and complete steam laundry from Tallahassee. Suitable for sports-
be published in Thb Tallahasseean. plant, located in Tallahassee. Apply men's club or winter residence. Ad- Queen Quality hoes for Weo
+ + + to F. Damon or F. W. Armstrong, dress Mrs. E. H. A., Lock Box 189, Tal- men.
For medicinal purposes use Horse- 3t lahassee. 3m All styles in Misses' and Chil-
shoe Brand pure Rye Whiskey. Its dren's Shoes
purity is guaranteed. Scold at Ball's -dren's-Shoes.
purity is guaranteed. Sold at Ball's ine our line of Fine Sta. STRAYED OR STOLEN. Men's and Boy's Hats and
S+ 4 tioer. Wight & Bro. From the plantation of W. R. Wil- Caps.
ner W O.son, on Meridian road, near lamonia Agents for Celebrated Hawes 43
Lincon's Cough Syruzp sold and sIough, one dark bay mare about 14 Hat
guaranteed only by lVight & B Jro. Plo and Plow Gear at Yaeger'. or 15 hands high, and about 8 or 9 Neckwear in great varieties -'
4 k years old. Branded H on neck unde.: the holiday trade.
St ha Hay you -seen the dandy -Rock- mane, scarcely noticeable. Will pa Fine Umbrellas for Gents.- Y
B everybody takes a Cohasset Cham- hill" Yaeger's? Yellow wheels and liberal reward for return of mare an and Ladies.
P-agne Punch, and continues to take it. shar t d russet brown seat. The information that will find her. Fine Pocket Books ani Card
be.aue It is the beat drink on the mar- ches of the kind in town. Only Robert Bryant, on the W. q. Wilso,: Cases.
S+M ewone 1 of a whole carload., plantation, near famonia Sughs. o New line of Ladies' eaded
Th TallahseeOrane Blcounty Fla. postoflce rafordvl Strap Slippers for evening w .ar
The Tallahassee Orange Blossoms Be re and try a Chac-set ham- Fla. 3w just coming in.
will give an entertainment on Friday, e h, served w a ith( uri t, nat Specialty in Clothing, Fine
the 27th, beginning at 4 o'clock p. Em. p Ne, seore. w r i a Trousers and Overcoats.
An interesting program will be render- M "ew Saloon. WANTED. Fine Novelty Setts, Military
ed, containing some Christmas features. A job of sawmnUling by the 1,000 Hair Brushes, Tobacco Jars, etc.
The home of the lady manager, Mrs. Any one intending to enter the feet small portable mill and trac-
SW. L. Moor, on Monroe street, will be Georgl -Alabama Business College on tior ciue, capacity 3,000 feet Will go
one' for the occasion. Admission, lb or before January 17, 1902, will save into the tiUmbr and set where the mill
,cents for those ten years old and over; money by corresponding with Miss can be ily logged. Call on or ad- I I
10 cents for those under ten years. The Mamie, Snipes, Chaires, Fla. ot dress 1I
public cordially invited, both old and H. K. BRUNDYDGE, Mi m l l g
young. If the weather is very bad, will Money to loan. Geo. W. Walker,. Tallahassee Fla.
be postponed till Monday. Office in Ames Building. 3m
4 4 4r Sick Headache
If you want something useful to pre- WA TED WOOD.-If you want to ac
Y a iP.44 W A.W.s...a itea. y.ou.. .. .. .whn 4_ 4_ i in t1. hane a woman. What .i wanted



Conspiracy I

Against your life and health
i a dane r tobedreadet. The
g ns of di-ease are many and
active. Disreg rd their pres-
S ence In th .-v.-tem and before
long they will openly attack

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W. J. Gaay; Middleburg mieSion, straightway realied the danger he was
Moann; Concord circuit, IJ. irtsM wolver and t one shot
Vernon; Liberty mission, to be s p- at Attilatrng, which took effect, but
O by B. H. Freeman; AeWsrla l- i. Ii .l.l.iT Gt, G. f. York; Madison, J. A. Hen- clinched the sheriff, drawing his own
m i on. circuit, G. S Roberts; pitotland- ho*l tg the Aherfm tightly
7 7a- lo mission, to be supplied by 0. I in is embrace; began to shoot him, as
Un S sws Appalachicola station,. be taUrried Mim to the door of the car,
S* .. Harrison; Carrabelle mission, T. M. doubtless putposing to cast him from
it is Often asme that the nly,- du.. te; Woodville mission, to be sup- the car. When on the platform of the
uypf tthe O meid I by G. F. Austin. car, it is thought that the sheriff made
of the public shmoin at I Live Oak Distriect-T. J. Nixon, pre- his last lies effort, and the two men
ana eritincsm. By a n _elder; Live Oak, A. dmond- el together from the car of the mov-
of Inverion, very = W7 Welborn drouit, R. M. Williams; tug train. As .oon as possible, the
-" accoun r e very persos- J. P. Durrance; White Springs, train was stopped and turned back to
tJ clUX n, t fpa ers, C. Norton; Branford circuit, T. L. get the bodies, and beside the track,
-- -. create Barr; Fort White and High Springs, both dead, were t.,e sheriff and the ne-
*'tht~eo ndo tloo upo M. Mann; Lafayette circuit,. L gro who had slain mn, the prisoner
'Wbi d No eats; Alachua circuit, F. L. Stokes; remaining in hins seat throughout the
edw j torc un- upinhem. ban~ ths -at lumbia circuit, J, S. Collier; :Lake entire affray.
one pt- themAelvm1e ian t ttiuda 'ity,-F. Pixton; Lake Butler. to be sup' e sheriff died with four balls from i:oen^ -enmityr* h by ..W. Austin; Macclenny, to be the negro's pistol in his body, two of
feice. he fi-t eonti coiinrip f applied by Oliver Faus; Starke cir- them taking effect very near the heart
to the existence or a corial ad hel ti M. H. Outland; Waldo circuit, W. It is not known what disposition was
fl..rel tlnon the part of the commu- Shoemaker; Melrose circuit, T. J. made of the prisoner.
nity to' echoli tthe feeling .at f li. ..The first of this sad news came to
tue- school is its very own, blood of~itaS ainesville District-J. S. Patterson, the city last night in tne form of a tele-
blqod qnd' bone of Its one; that the residing elder; Gainesville and Para- gram from the Hon. Thos. Mitchell,
ho1or ind fliciency of the school isa Ie, W. J. Carpenter; Bronson circuit, clerk of the circuit court, dated River
itU'own honor and eiciency; that any W. Inman; tRochelle circuit, F. E. Junction, Fla., and announcing tuat the
fat-ure In the school room is the co tenmeyer; Citra station, T. G. Lang; remains of the sheriff were at that place
muaity's failure. Whenever you find Mieanopy circuit, H. S. Miller; Willis- and requesting that he break the news
theme conditions, you will -nd a goodon circuit, J. L. Pattillo; Opala station, to the wife, and request her to proceed
public school. The writer has visited E1 Dutill; Cottonplant circuit, B. T. to that place last night, which was
many schools of all grades in this Lape; Wildwood circuit, J. S. Crandall; complied with.
State, in many different commnoittis, Anthony circuit, T. H. Sihtrunk; Red- Stephen F. Edwards was elected to
and has yet to find a failure in a conm-- ick mission, H. D. McRae; Inverness the office of sheriff last March, since
mWtity. where the people took a pride circuit, T. C. Bradford; Webster cir- wnich time he has filled the position
in their loar school, and thus felt andl cut, T. S. Armstead; Bushnell circuit, with an honor that has made for him-
fullilled theiiresponsibility to it. This t'. N. Evans; Brooksville station, W. self many friends. He was an ardent
responsibiltt should take two direc-I B. Nesca; Hernando mission, to be sup- member of the local lodges of both the
Stios, viZ., toward the teacher, on the, plied by H. B. Blocker; Leesburg sta- Masons and Knights of Pythias, all of
one hand, and toward the school it- tion, D. a. Cole; Lady Lake circuit, J. whom will bear almost an equal sym-
self, in itse equipment and organi.j L. Jones; UmatAla'circuit, J. W. Wells; pathy with the devoted wife and sey-
tion, on the other. The teacher should Interlachen mission, to be supplied by eral little children who survive' him.
be sympatheucally and loyally support- i. N. Saunders; Judson circuit, to be He was a young man of about thirty-
ed. Let us suppose, for the sake of ar- supplied by J. W. Porter; editor Flor- five years, and the remains were laid
gument, that the teacher is not all tha Ida Christian Advocate, L. W. Moore; away at the old family burying ground
could be desired, that he tois conspieu- conference colporteur, R. H. Barnett; near Chattahoochee today. Represen-
ously weak in some direction and be superintendent hast Florida Seminary, tatives from both of the mentioned
low! the ideal'.in all; yet what coursF. Pasco. lodges in this city left to attend and to
should the community take in such Jacksonville District-C. A. Fulwood, pay the last sad rites to their devoted
case? Well, .it isn't at all likely presiding elder; Jacksonville McTyeire brother. He was buried with honors
these defects will appear at the ver Memorial, R. V. Atkisson; Jacksonville from both of these bodies.
first, possibly not until the school Uiverside, J. m. Wlson; Jacksonville,
fairly under way, and then to bre Lt. Matthews and Mandarin, F. L. YOU CANNOT CHANGE
up, dismiss the teacher and attempt ti Church; i'anama mio8iop to be sup- the course of a storm by tearing down
find another is quite sure to be disA plied; Fernandina station, Edward F. the signals that give warning of its
trous. .Unless the teacher is positive lAy; Kingp Ferry circuit, J. T. Cole- approach. Neither can you cure a cold
bad, unless there is some unquestioned man; Callahan circuit, W. A. Weir; by' temporarily stopping a cough with
defect, fatal to any possible success Green Cove and Middleburg, to be sup- opium-laden "medicines." Allen's
is bettertto retain a teacher, once he iI plied by H. N. Haefliger; Palatka sta- Lung tsalsam, in which there is no
fairly under way with his work, to th tion, R. I. Honiker; Fruitland and Vol- opium, cures sore throats and sore
end of the session, and it is poasibl usia circuitt. IC i Smmers; Daytona lungs because it allays the inflamma-
for the community to stimulate, uphol mission, W. H. Myers; New Smyrna, tion and rids you of the mucus that
and assst such a weak teacher, an J. W.Weatherford; Sa. ford, J. A.How- stops up the airpassages.
thus get the best results out of land; Titusville and Cocoa, A.M. Dei-
If the community assumes a symp ger; Fort Pierce and Stewart,;T. W. EVENTS AT CHAIRES.
thetic attitude and not a censoriou Moore; :ebastian mission, to be sup-
one; if-the teacher is made to feel th plied by W. T. Lane; 1.e Land mission, Our Correspondent Sends an Interest-
the community- has high ideals anJ J. 1. Mickler, Miami mission, C. W. 1 N ws Letter
confidently expects him to really White; Biscayne. Bay mission, J. T. ng ew Lee
them; if an effort is made on the pa Walker; West Palm Beach mission, C. Chaires, Dec. 18.-There came near
of all to urge him on to his best e F. Blackburn; student Vanderbilt Uni- being a serious accident here on last
deavor, a bad situation may be vei versity, ;L. D. Lane. Thursday. A wagon loaded with cot-
much relieved, and much good gote Orlando District-A. E. Householder, ton broke down on the railroad in
from even a relatively poor teacher presiding elder; Orlando station, H. E. front of a fast approaching freight
When we remember what a consider Partridge; Apopka circuit, to be sup- train. The mules were detached from
able proportion one school year bea pned by J. D. Reniker; Oviedo circuit. the wagon and the train was stopped
to the whole of life, and especially W. H. Steinmeyer; Kissimmee mission,, in time to prevent a wreck.
theimiuch shorter school life, we real' E. Shipp; Maitland'mission, R., L. 'ia e next uay excitement prevailed
that all possible should be gotten Sumner; Bartow station, F. R. Bridges; to a great extent when the other gin
of It, and this can only be done, be Middleburg circuit, supplied by G .T. house belonging to Mr. Patterson was
teacher good or bad, by the earned 1. York; Fort Meade and Homeland, discovered to be on fire. But the
sympathy and co-operation of the co- E. J. Hardee; .Bowling Green circuit, flames were soon extinguished. Owing
munity. If possible, however, a mol L. A. Taylor; Wauchula circuit, J. T. to the proximity of this building to
serious lapse of duty on the part of tI Mitchell; Arcadia station, B. F. Maser; others, the whole village was in dan-
community lies. in the failure to proe- De Soto circuit, W. H. Funk; Myers, ger. Mr. Patterson has a grist mill
erlyT equip its own school. I am at- N. Lawler; J. F. Shands, supernu- attached td this gin, and on Saturday
fled that mucn can be accomplished I merary; Punta Rassa circuit, to be sup- tne wind was so high that no corn was
laying stress on this point, and bri plied; Alva circuit, M. T. Bell; Fort' ground, and consequently some had no
ing home to every citizen his duty aa Bassenger circuit, A. H. Cole; Punta meaL
responsibility in this matter. It is t Gorda and Charlotte Harbor, Smith Miss Mary Woodberry accompanied
too much to ask that every sc Hardee and H. W. Joiner; Lakeland Miss Annie English home Saturday
should have a comfortable house, i- maislon, J. O. Baker; Seminole mis- and remained until Sunday afternoon.
nished with suitable desks, blal son, to be supplied; Everglade, to be The Misses Gelser, of Lloyd, visited
boards, maps, library, .nd simple ill supplied by J. H. Men. relatives and friends here Thursday
trative apparatus, and this is entiy Tampa District-J. P. Hilburn, pre- and Friday.
within the range of possibility, w' siding elder; Tampa, First Church, B. Misses Alice and Lila Patterson went
once the people re aroused to it I K. Thrower; Tampa Heights station, home with Miss Dott, Chaires last Fri-
portance and a real conviction 1 T. W. Tomkies; Hyde Park station, J. day and remained till sunday.
hold of them that it is worth w e PF Bell; Seffner circuit, J. S. Brook; Miss Fannie English spent Saturday
from every po. t of: view to ha va pr Tampa mission, D. L. Switzer; and Sinday with Miss Mggile Lee
good school. Entertainments can j circuit, E. H. Giles; Braiden- Boylstop. ,.
he; and the me -thus secured town station, H. Hice; Manatee sta- Miss LoAula Smith is visiting Miss
be supplemented by circulating a 1- tion H. B. Frazer; Palmetto station, Salli-rTaylor this week., .
vatp subscription, and if ie teaecr A -Williams; Epilinton and Oak Tax Collector, W. A. 'Demilly paid a
realy Propos. -a thoroughly Mm.?ill, to be supplied by C. C. Cecil and business visiRt to Chaires last week.
equipment, the pride and intee I. Norton; Sarasota circuit, J. R Mr. .Chares Scruggs. a rivedd in the
the: better elemelt- the comm Iaylor; Clearwater circuit W. F. Nor- vniage Mondy fropa- South Flor dta o
is sure to be aroused and liberal p ton; St Petersburg, EK J. Gates;-Largo spend the holidays wln relatives. give,. -'his Rot theory; I s irc.t, C. A. Saunders; Blanton cir- Mrs. Ira Pt-erpon, wife of P residing
now actually beg one by live clt, W. H. Parker and R. M. Evaps; Emer Patterson, of Gainesille, is ex-.
er In many places. Teachers oa Dade circuit; G. W. Mitchell; Plant pected to arrive this week on a vilt to
make th- m.. .tae. ^of tep, ,. City station, R. L. Sprinkle; Floral and her mother and brother.

iintp.N ivr.Ioneu UUn_ Ih tl West Tampa, M. Deloten; Key Largo Some of our people out here are hav-
large and liberal pai Men circuit, W. F. Alexander; Key West, Ing "hog killing' times." Mr. Ed Smith
a really unusual thing-somet" first change, H.L A. Hodges; Spark's killed a fine hog, last week weighing
will make the community-consi
and this motive, though perhaps hapel, S. Scott; Memorial chapel, J. over 300 pounds, and the weather be-
te highestimay well be uti5 Beers; La Trinidad, Cuban Church, J. came so much warmer that he was
Another verysuccessful plan is for arredo; missionaries to Cuba, H. M. compelled to buy ice to save it.
teacher to select a man of means Baker, E Diaz, H. W. Penny; trans- Mr. David Chaires, wife and children
undertake to gradually brings hmlto erred, J. M. Spewell, JR. 0. weir, G. F. spent Tuesday in Tallahassee, viewing
him the pleasure and satisfaction be Venable, J. S. Tll and purchasing Christmas goods, as
found in some large service to the al- .so r.. Omanares-an "s
munity,in the way of building or eq P THROAT SORE? better half" Wednesday.
ping a public school There are pl ty There's no telling what a sore throat Ma.. dMrsn i w..liylston tad Hia
of good men with money, who re will do if you give it "right of way." mamieSnpe8 wi visit t-Capital
waiting for a live, wide-awake and uncertain remedies often cause dan- City Friday.
downright earnest teacher to wsr gerous delay. Make a cure sure with An entertainment was given at the
them how to best enjoy their m Painkiller; known for half a century school house Tuesdayy evening by
on the one hand, and how best to s e as a specific for sore throat, croup. Prow Bros. & Co., consisting of lec-
their fellowmen on the other. he coughs, and all kindred troubles. Keep tures,illustrated with life-motion ant-
resources of the community in thi i- it by you for an emergency. It never mated pictures produced by the cene-
rection are almost untouched, bu *the fails. Avoid substitutes, there is but metograph. Not a large vrowd greeted
day will come when it witl be a ery one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. 25ec and them and it is to be repeated tonight
common thing for the wealthy me of 50c. SHE D WM
a community to commemorate eir SHE DIDN'T WEAR A MASK.
own names and serve nobly theirlay ,EF EDwARD, lTTT But her beauty'was completely hid-
and generation-by large and lil l FF EDWARDS den by sores, blotches and pimples till
gifts to public schools. s he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then
g t. } Negro Desperado is Killed Before the they vanished as will all Eruptions,
A RAGING, ROARING FLOOA Brave Officer Falls. Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles
SWashed down a telerepb line ch "and Felons, from its use. Infallible for
Cha. C.-N11i, of Lisbon, Ia., had re- The killing of Sheriff Edwards, of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles.
pair St wadistst deep in i Gadsden county, by the negro Sam Cure guaranteed. 25e at all druggists.
ter," he writes."ave me a terrbl o Armstrongz, Saturday morning, was a
and'cough. It grew worse daily. mst deplrable affair. Fuall parecu- BLOXHAM NWS NOTES.
ally the best doctors in Oakland, eb., lai of the doublee tragedy.are given Mr. J. JWad, o Ward, Fla., was at
Sioux City, and Ooaha 4said.I had n by a Q wulay correspondent as follows: Bloxham SuAday. Whble here Mr.
sumption and.o d ot Tn Qulcy.and GaOsden county are to- Ward witnessed. a Ife and death cogn-
n g Dr. s New ery day bowed In deepest sorrow in the bat between a large coachwhip snake-
a- wvbHy e d by ix t death t their highly honored and e and a hawk. Tme bhd puunced down
Poielyw for Coughs, lds temed dnri, Stephen F. Edwards, on thereptile' wir the Intention of
and all Throat and Lung troubles all no was slain yesterday by.a negro by enjoying a square-mae. -As he- at-
tho n Q.# nam A .m.animuw .e. sa &.-.. .

Mr. W. H. Hopkias is also hauling loA
-MW D. iSt*,,tp-re has a large mot
of cypre timber cut for 0. W..Per-
reU otcieruyuny. -
Mr. J. D. Stoutjnire has just finished
cane gril-:dig. -
Mr.- Stoutamre and daughters, and
Mias Ora Ward, have gone. on a trip
to Quincy. Miss Ward is vawting.4S
big time at her school closing on
Christmas eve.
"When,a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes -W. H. EBads, of
Jonesvllle, Va.,"which-caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after
everything else failed."' Infallible for
Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Sores, Bruises an-
Piles. Sold by all dr5slats. 25c.
The Best Prescription for Malzria
('hills and Fever is a bottle of Gaove' q TA~rr-
i.Rs C'HILL TONIC. It iN simply iro and quinine
ia a tastelem form. No cmue, No pay. Price 5Oc.



Get your Christmas Fireworks from H. L,
Gregory. He has one of the largest stocks in the
city, almost anything you want in that line. The stock
is fresh from the factory, no brought overs or jobbers'

stock. Every cracker will pop.
than anywhere else.

The price is cheaper



1 have a complete set of new tools on the road

and am expecting them every day. When

they arrive, I will open for business

the best equipped

Blacksmith,- Wheelwright


Ever seen in Tallahassee. No shoddy work will

be done. Every job guaranteed to give satisfac-

tion, Bring your work along now.

.* 1 59.
West of Capital City Livery Stables.

For Christmas Presents.

You are debating with yourself about that Christmas
present. Come around see me, and lets talk about




' Rings

I hawe a daslw display of *oM4 gold and silw anTven ia table for ChristziiaaTre eats. Yon wish
.; oI oell. Don' t be dee A ed by Cheap Je ta ebe that's
liSLHngsier Ms &* olidgold rings. diamoaa sI jewel30 of every de, rptlon hai never been
aled in Tallahaee. In fact ltc cannot be patd anyw ere. and h pieare marked in plain
fgureg.. I have oe price to all, and that price i ae lowest for which dependable gooas can be sold.

-H. N. SWEETING, The Jeweler.

'iunf ffo00od 1





Ig. and Mrs. Winthrop Enrain In
Honor of Judge and Mrs. I y.
A notable social event, and nof the
poat delightful of the was the
entertainment given Thsa evening
p Mr. and Mrs. John W rop at
heir commoaous home o Monroe
fet in honor of ex-Chief J Geo.
. aney and wife. The was
Willantly illuminated, and parlor
dutifully decorated for th occasion.
A bounteous collation wv spread,
md the fortunate guests spent an eve-
ljg of pleasure long to ip remem-
ed. Those present were Mr. and
John S. Winthrop, Mr and Mrs.
jorge P'. Raney, Mr. and Bryan
Whitfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Rhard Call
ng, Mrs. Genevive Randol Mrs. D.
Walker, Judge .velyn C Maxwell,
nd Senator Fred T. Myers. 9
A cow that will commit fi ctde evi-
uently has found but little ilk in the
aut of life. But one sid it and
t very near Waycross. weekk ago
de in the woods Mr. 4. A. Lott
ad a dead cow hanging t4 a swing-
tyty bush. Some one hO looped a
e over her borns with a not in the
end. The forlorn creature went
into the woods anu witd the cold
ter staring her in the fce and no
ective shelter to prote her from
chilling blast she dragg k the rope
rough the fork, the kncf catching
ly, then 'round and Found she
ked till there was no mo e rope and
hopeless creature peris ed in the
nt woods without a soul to mourn
paissing.-Waycross Jo nal.
The Postoffice Inspector's )rce in the
vernment service is watclng for de-
opments in a fraudulent endless
n scheme into which t i annids of
then -girls have been drawn. A
berry Tree Company," okilenrietta,
.C., auvertised for girls work at
me on a guaranteed sala of $20 per
ath. To secure their itions the
is must buy 60 cherry for $12
write five letters a ',y to girl
mends recommending the plan. The
scheme, it is alleged, is sim ly to keep
te 12 orders ahead of the 0 salaries.
The company is now said tabe making
a day, and adding 100 girls daily
its list
I offer for sale my farm f 210 acres
Miccosuki. About 14( acres in a
h state of cultivation, without a
mp, and all necessary, fences. A
four-room cottage, Wvth kitchen
d dimng-room attache contains
and other necessary buildings
a never failing well o Id water.
t 70 acres is time ,land with
wood for all futu family use.
y o good lana adjoing that can
bmght cheap. For fu her partic-
ls call on or address.
W. E. B LEY,
ft 20.-5m. Mice uki, Fla.


The late Federal elect ns were a
peat event everywhere I he Austra-
au commonwealth. "Oun federation"
I Adelaide, South Austra says: "It
b a well known fact th where wo-
ma vote the elections ar more quiet
.M orderly than is ly the case
Where men only go -to he polling
otAs. The women of South and
Veatern Australia voted t the Fed-
al elections, but the men of the
1-er State had the ejri lege of vot-
for the federal delegates who
the constitution. i Legislators
long withhold frog the women
of their States the rigat possessed by
ve women of South and Western Aus-
Sespecially as the min who were
It opposed to grantingithe suffrage
women now admit 'it as done no
W' e could point t4 much good
tion as the result otrhe-women's

"I think., said the kin lady, "that
W i] find work right around the
r there." r
"Madame," said Saunteng Sim, ac-
ang to the Chicago Rcord-Herald,
was born and bred it Bonton. I
Sorry that you used hose words.
telessness in the use 4f our sacred
uage is to me far *Dre distress-
than hunger."
".hat do you mean?" abe demanded,
considerable spirit,.for sh9 had
been a school teach, and prided
If on her parts of sae h.
'lThat little word 'will. he replied.
l,. how often it is moused! Have
ever heard of the edy who fell
the steamship and aled 'Help!
I1 don't remember," sha answered.
"Well," he went on, poor wo-
fell into the water having neg-

to inform herself ncerning the-
use of the w 'will' and
iL' It happened th no heroes
on deck when s went over-
therefore her ap Ias for help
made in vain. 'Help! Heli!
VP' she shouted, but one went to
assistance, and in d ir she cried
y shall hel. me; will drown!'
Ssee what a different the transpo-
of those two B words
-"Blut I don't know ilt that has
40o with me," the lad said.
'Aias!" he almost fbbed; "alas!
Why will people Vho are other-
fairly intelligent n ske such woe-
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A Buat Jalep Trarey.
X northern man stopped at the home
of an Alabam- planter of the oldlschooi
and was cordially Iavited to "Light,
ash, and be welcome."
He "Ut" and was forthwith invited
to take atoddy, in accord with the Ala-
bama rules of hospitality.
"Why." he said. "I saw a nice Ibd of
mint back there. Suppose I get some of
it and make a mint Julep instead of a
"A what, sah?" said the planter.
"A mint julep. EHaven't you ever
tried them?"
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.. Go "ai-*e.
All sort of su;inrstlion. previri "Della. this is no way! The dirt In
among the pearl of Ceylon. anti this ,oom must have been here a
a large business Is duone by sorcerers month."
who eell charms to restrain the appe- "Then blame the girl before me.
tite of the sharks and to drive away ma'am. lre only been here three
the diabolical stingrays. Another peril weeks."'-c hange.
which the diver drtids more than el-
ther stingray or shark is the giant zasy to Prove.
clam. that weighs nearly half a tono If a man wants to know definitely,
when full grown. It will snap off a Just what kind of a peg he is-square I
man's legs like a pipestem If the victim or round-there Is only one way-he
chances to thrust a limb between its must get Int a hole. Philadelphia
open jaws. or at all events wlI bold -- -
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At Tallahase. in the State of Florida, at the I
close of busins ,ec. lOulb9L 6 GRAND OPENING
OLans and discants .......... ... 87 77
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 7.,LW 9|
U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation. .. 5"KJiI.U|
Stocks. securities. etc. .......... 13,7u.u0
Banking-house, furniture, and*f z.
tures.. .............. ........... 6 300
Due from National Banks (not Re- oked ith Finest Pabst eer re
"serve n B 8 ......... 4..7.Te Socked with Finest Liquors, Pabst Beer fresh
DugrfromState o lBanksd Bankers 1 f8 S twn from keg, finest Havana Cigars.
Due from approved rveerve agents.. -Kli6Jl

and cents................... ....... MARNN
Lawful Mone Reserve in Bank, ORE

otap i.l ooi........ .......... ..... ... .

surplusfun....................UP-TO-DATE STORE.
tas......*.......... The Peoples' Grocery,
NabonaItsin-k nt-oaatanilinfr..Z.. 60,Zo B 0
De to er National k sB:. ........ l.. S (An Jeffersmaotretn acmnd door from fish market) U
Due to State Banto and Bankem ... .. 1O
I" to Trstate03andr 4 l a"U CHAS. F. COGSWELL Proprietor. 9

Christmas Jingles

The season of goodel
and ir you wish to ius]
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Ever brought to Tallahassee, ji
They have an .niless variety,
kinl. coini.tingi (of Alhinu., Pictuires
lBaskets, Souvenir Sets. looks,
fact eveiy 'hing to make the he
a Cliri-timas present to anybody
we have the articles to choose


will soon be here,
the most beautiful

ist call at Balkeon's Drug Store.
, magnificently d splayed, of all
al Presents for young and old,
Statuary, Toilet Cases, Work
Games for the i.ittle Folks, in
art happy. If you Want to make
', and one that will bt appreciated,
e from, and 't be disap-

Drug Store.

oas Oi, neiTU, UUb JmU WIlUinU,. I
They did try the fascinating bever-
age, not once, but many times, and the
northern man went away next day Wg e.wr u U Iluu W
with reluctance. rFr $3.-U 204 F Ul l U Q
Two years later his business took THE LEBRATED 7YEAROLD
him there again. At the gate he was O THE CELE ATE 7"YEA-L
met by the old colored butler, on whose
hat, as he doffed it, was seen a band of : h u u IS
erape.r Re W iskey
"Where's your master, slr?' he In~ O ,,
ired f the olda darky Weship in d Packages,no marks to indicate contents, which will
quired of te ld ary. avoid alu comment. When you get it and test it, if it is not satisfactory, return
"He's dead. sab; died yestiddy." it at our expeuse and your S.3) will be cheerfully refunded. This whiskey is
"He's dead sh died yestiddy" th a good as any goods in the market. We are close at hand and can give W
Dead. I'm shocked. What was the you quicker every than distant houses. We have been dpang business in
cause?" this city and a4 the same stand for 20 years, and as to our responstiultty
"Why. sabh. 'bout two years ago one a e m for best dealing we refer you to any bank or merchanthere
or to theaditorol this paper.
o' dem Yankees cum down beah and SOLOMON & LEVI
showed ole marse how to drink weeds VI
In his red likker, and be never stopped 0 1928-1930 First Ave., P. 0. Sex 33, Birmingham, Ala. 0
well he died fum it."-SL Louis Post- OTlE-We pay expre chans to all pointsreached by the "Southern xpraus
Company," but to pointson ines of other expresscomianite we prepay only to points
Dispatch. where Southern Exprems Company transfers to said other company. We cannot ishl
SCO.O.D. Price hut for other goods on applcatton.When writing please mention thM paper.
Cheap Meals In London. O
a "Speiking of cheap rest urants." said ee
a genthlmau who has just returne- "d'r -^ .^_. --
from a visit to London to a Washing- --
ton Star writer. -reminds me of a din- "f Atj lf A
Ing saloon In the Whitechapel district
of London where a relishing and fairly EVERYDAY IS
substantial meal may be had for a
halfpenny, or. 1 cent In our money. A A
This cheap repast is not served up n BARCA IN DA
the shape of'a cut from a joint and two ( -
vegetables. It is a big brown pie. very At the P- pular Store
juicy and very hot The absence of of --
beefsteak is evident when you cut the
pie. but you find inside a lilwral sprin- Jn
kling of sheep's liver, onions and tur-
nips and a plentiful supply of gravy. Ain JL Jl &[V6 1. JonJL JlU
For a halfpenny extra two slices of
bread and a cup of tea are supplied. But Mondavs and Thursdays are their Bia Bargain
Between the hours of 12 and 2 the poor Days, when they make a tp crilty of selling the
and hungry from all Parts of the east best groceriess in Tallahassee at lowest prices ever
end of the city flock to the dining roomoffered. If you want to save money you will have
penny toy men.costermongers and now to purchase from this well-known reliable firm.
penny toy men. costermongers and now
and then young clerks whose salariesfew our Spot Cash Prces. They are W s and our
will not permit them to Indulge In a e a our s "Qu ck Sales and Sm ar Wll Prof ers, ad our
more costly dinner." totto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits."
36 Ilbs. Oranulated Sugar for 1.00
Wine Tailors Make a Ma. Rich Creai Corn, per can, 11
"Nine tailors make a man" grew out A nice FrelCh Sardine, per can, 11
of the old custom of bell ringing. The 2 6. Can T .maoes, per can, -
ringing of bells was formerly practiced an matoe per can, .
from a belief in their efficacy to drive 3 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can, .11
away evil spirits. The "tailors" In the 16 oz Ball terling Potash, per hall, .07
above phrase Is a corruption of the 8 oz. Ball S erling Potash, per ball, .0:
word "tellers." or strokes tolled at the Pyles Pearline, per package, .0{
end of a knell. In some-places the de- Lon Coffe.,, per .package, 11
parture of an edult was announced by Shredded Wheat Biscuits, per package, 12
nine strokes in succession. Six were ound of Fami y at '50 2
rung for a woman and three for a child. Try a pound of Family ea, at .50
Hence It came to be said by those s Sir Liptont : Tea, worth 75c and $1.00, for 65 and .85
tening for the announcement. "Nine 10 lbs. good green Rio Coffee, worth $1.25, for 1.00
tellers make a man." As this custom
became less general and the allusion en- e.... C 1 s- ...g L It
less generally understood there was an
easy.transition from the word "tellers" "our Dry GeoWr Department, and have seaoqnnable po-A% that
to the more familiar one "tailors." tkeBay.aud that these are spot cash oilers for thee days only.
That inevitable joker. Curran, took
advantage of this popular saying to
poke fun In a good nature way at bis The Red rontGrocery
bosts on the occasion of hiea being en- dinner by 18 of the Guild
of Tailors. Curran n leaving rose and
said. "Gentlemen. I wish you both 0 ***W*** *
good evening."
Self PosseaedL.
It was late and getting later.
However, that did not stop the sound
of muffled voices in the parlor.
Meantime the gas meter worked Serviceable Shoes, comfortable shoes,
steadily. d low priced shoes, the kind that will fit
The patcr endured It as long = be e pocket book, wwell a e
could and then resolved on heroic me- every pocket book, as well as every
ures. foot. Children's shoes from 25 cents
"Phylis." he called from the Ihead of to $1.50. Ladies' shoes from 75 cents
the stairs, "has the morning paper to.2.50. Me se fro *1.00 to
omeetT 2.50. Men's shoes from 81.00 to
"No. sir." replied the funny man on $3.00. I make low priced shoes a
The Dally Bugle. "We are holding the specialty, and guarantee satisfaction.
form for an Important decision."
And the pater went back to bed. won- My prices are money savers.
during If they would keep bouse or live
with bli.-Colorado Springs Gazette. J A c o .. O I W S

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Christmas Bargains.

We wish to close out our Gent's Furnishing Depart-
ment, and in order to make the goods move will
offer some money-saving bargains to early purchasers.
Our entire line of Gent's Underwear, Neglige Shirts,
Boy's sSuits, Men's Extra Pants, Gloves, Overalls, Um-
brellas, Hats, Caps, etc., will go at cost. We carry a
full line of .
SChristmas Toys, Books,
Stationery, newspapers and periodicals of all kinds. It
will pay you to inspect our store before making your
Christmas purchases.
We take orders for Butt3rick Patterns,
and any book or newspaper Je jL

"I'd Thank You For a Little More of Those
Peaches-They Are: Finet'


"Royal |Sarlet"

The hst &aed G oods i Wld te -w

"Royal Scarlet" Brand.

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HOW TO PLOUGH. and feeding. Many farmers consider
Plough your land deeply and "smasI the hog an unmitigated nuisance
Pt 'P, says the Agricultural lIpltom i and will have nothing to do with him.
Th is the quintessence' and the ear This.'prejudice Is hard to overcome, but
of what is, theoretically, good plougi the high price of pork, and the pleasing
fg, without regard to the soil or snul prospect of raking in the almighty
MoL. If the land is ftallow,.and these dollar have done much to do away with
In nothing in the character of the sulI these nice feelings.
011i to make objectionable whet In fact, many farmers are devoting
brought to the surface, we cannot their attention to the hog industry who
Plough too deeply nor too roughly. could not have been induced to even
your land will not admit of such trea think about it a few years ago. And
ment now, without Injury to prese yet there has always been money in
crops, the sooner we bring ti to a cof raising swine for the market, that is,
ditlon in which it will be, the better i when the business was engaged in on a
Is for it and for us. It is now too la business basis. The pig pays in pro-
in the history of agricultural improve portion to the way he is fed and bred,
meat for it to be worth while to dit- if the best of care is devoted to these
cuss the reasons why deep ploughing O two points the profits are greater than
advisable, for although the avera would otherwise be the case.With the
depth of the furrow-slice in the Unit.$ Present high price of bacon and lard
States is certainly not over five inch,. there seems to be money in hogs no
there are very few who need be top matter how careless the breeder may
that the country would be vastly richer be.
and crops better if tWe average we*e The short cereal crop is responsible
eight or nine inches in depth. 5 for the high price of hogs, and meat
It should not be attempted to ra is bound to remain high until the next
the above stated extra depth at on corn crop is matured. We can con-
although experiments show that tL ceive of nothing that will lower the
can be safely done on some soils. price until that time, and even then it
little of the uncultivated raw sub~ will take an immense corn crop to do
must be brought up eAch autumn, ad so. This shortage in the hog's staple
by the winter's frosts and the action food renders it necessary to resort
of atmospherical Influence, be prepl- to other articles for fattening the herd.
ed to be mixed up with the surface ail Under these conditions it is not reason-
In the spring. If we are plough. g able to imagine that hogs will get low-
sod land we should lay the urrows i- er. Speaking on this line the Farmer's
formly and as smoothly as possible,oo voice says:
that the grass may all be covered aid "The sows which will be bred this
out of reach of the harrow, and a' fall, their litters are bound to sell for
there will be no holes or gaps am.g, good prices, while the hogs that will
the furrows. To do this requires skll, be fattened this winter are still more
which is acquireu at the plough hl- certain to sell for at least present
dies and not out of books. The ofly prices, at maturity, next spring. There
principle that can be set forth herqis is nothing surer. The hog business is
that the plough should be set and fd- just now on the most substantial foot-
justed that it will almost "go aloA." ing it probably ever was in the world's
The forces and resistances should beWso history. It therefore behooves all in-
balanced that the implement will kep terested to be on the qui vive and reap
its proper depth and ,width and $ts a share of the benefits of the present
erect position. It should require ery markets."
little guiding except -when it mits
'with irregularities of the surface*or BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CA-
with stones, etc. All ploughs hav a TARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY.
certain uepth at which they run n u- as Mercury will surely destroy the
rally. To set them deeper than alis sense of smell and completely derange
requires a constant bearing to the lod- the whole system when entering it
aide on the part of the ploughman, .nd through the mucous surfaces. Such arti-
for deeper worx it is better to g41 a cles should never be used except on
plough that naturally runs deeper; prescriptions from reputable physici-
The line of draught in all ploifts. ans, as the damage they will do is ten
runs from the point of the center of fold to the good you can possibly de-
resistance (which is near the front of rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
the' plough in the ground) straight to manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
the ring on the horse collar, and the Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and
point- to which the draught chaiN or Is taken internallyacting directly upon
trace is attached, at the end of-the the blood and mucous surfaces of the
beam, lies exactly in this line. Ifthe system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
line of draught is lengthened it es be sure you get the genuine. It is
more gradually from the centre oLtre- taken internally, and made in Toledo,
distance, and the end of the beam ijust Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi-
descend to meet it. This lowersCthe monials free.
point of the plough and makes it run Sold by druggists, price 75c, per bot-
deeper. It shortened, it rises *.ore tle.
abruptly and causes a raising ofthe Hall's Family Pills are the best.
beam, consequently a less depth. *iese GEORGIA AND FLORIDA SYRUP.
changes may be made by lengthing GEORGIA AND FLORIDA SYRUP.
or shortening the draught chaif or Judge Joseph Tillman, of Quitman,
traces. The length of the ling of Ga., who has given years to the study
draughtf remaining the same, if. the of cane growing and syrup making, and
chain (or whiffletree) is attached tj the who is one of the best posted men in
upper part of the clevis, the eu3 of the South on these subjects, writes as
beam goes down until the lin, of follows:
draught is met by the point to lhich "By way of encouragement to our
the attachment is made, and the pl)ugh Georgia and Florida cane growers,I ask
runs deeper; if attached to the bottom space in your widely circulated journal
of tne clevis the beam must rise .intil to insert a few extracts from a letter
this point meets the line of draught, recently received from a prominent
and the plough naturally runs nIarer Missourian to the writer, in which he
the surface. By a movement o the says: 'I have read several articles
clevis to the left side the berp is from you on cane growing, and syrup
pressed to the right until the new mint making in southern Georgia and Flor-
of attachment is i nthe line of dn ght, da, and while I did not question the
and the plough takes in less lan By correctness of your statement, I with
moving the clevis to the right the omers, got a grocer to order a case of
plough is thrown to the left and takes Georgia syrup. It affords me pleasure
more land. to say that we found it even better than
Rightfully used the wheel or oller we supposed it to be. We, in this sec-
is of great advantage, but it shoi!d be tion, have been using sorghum syrup
set free from the ground untd the for cur table use, for which the price
plough has been exactly adjusted to its is usually $1.25 per gallon. That from
worK, then lowered to just touA the Georgia costs us 7'15 cents and is so
ground, barely enough to keep it re- superior that we will not wish to have
volving. Its proper use is to assist in any more sorghum if we can get for
steadying the plough so it will n&t feel \our table use syrup from Georgia. I
the swaying of the line of drought take it from what you say that the
Cut the furrows in as nearly a tan- cane crop is being increased every year,
gular form as possible, that isj have and wsh to give it as my opinion that
the land side of the plough perpeidicu- there will De a demand for every gal-
lar and the sole fiat. No mattib how Ion that can be spared-for the reason
much you break up the slice before that you have already given it, as well
you turn it to its place (and ex.ppt i. as your section, a national reputation-
ploughing sod, the more this i done and it will find a ready sale in the less
the better), you cannot work 'eatly favored sections of the continent You

unless you keep a good furrow uni- certainly are a strenuous worker for
form height and width, and Oith a your country's development, and your
straight landslide and bottom. ;t find labor has had an undoubted goou effect
by experience and practice that, except in adding to its prominence. What can
for very thin or shallow ploughig, the improved Irads be bought at?; Have
proportion of furrow best adapted to you stock adu dairy farms? Is the
economical working is as seven" is to health of the country good?"
ten, that is, a furrow seven inch deep --
shnould be ten inches wide; t~ai and AN EVANGELIST'S STORY.
a half inches deep, fifteen inchet*wide, "I suffered for years with L tr3n-
etc. .0 th i ", i.... 4..im1. 6- -_2

Often become inflamed and *inful.
Hundreds of old people have been made
comfortable by using John R. Mickey's
Old Reliable Eye Water. It i abso-
lutely reliable-absolutely plnless.
Send for circulars or testimony is, or
get a bottle for 25 cents at WaJght &
Bro.'s drug store. :
The nfarmer who desires tc make
hog-raising a specialty must tage into
consideration several essentlala Most

enuu or iu Ltruuoie aan tried vari-
ous remedise but.did not obtain per-
manent relief until I commenced us-
ing One Minute Cough Cure," writes
Rev. James Kirkman, evangelist of
Belle River, IIL "I have no hesita-
tion in recommending it to all suf-
ferers from maladies of this kind."
One Minute Cough Cure affords im-
mediate relief for coughs, colds and all
kinds of throat and lung troubles. For
*croup it is unequalled. Absolutely
sale. Very pleasant to take, never
fails and is really a favorite with the
children. They like It.

'rum Dnuq' r TVUwflA

Always seeks to find some e Wpie&
far itself, and womainly gratitudwill not
keep silence. Cynical people sl times
say Why do women write these testimo-
nials to the value of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription? The
rLanswer can be
put in qne word,
AGratitude. When,
After years of
Sagonya woman is
reed from pain,
when tle weak
woman is made
strong and the
sick wopan well,
the natural im-
.pulie is, to write a
word of grateful
thanks for the
medicine which
caused the cure.
Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription
Scores diseases
It establishes regu-
larity, stops weak-
enirig drains, heals
inflammation and
ulceration and
cures female
"Having used Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription and 'Golden
SMedical Discover,'
during the past year.,"
writes Mrs. Mattie Long. of Pfoits Vallev. Per y
Co.. Pa. "I can truthfully recommend the medi-
cines for all female weaknesses. I have used
several bottles of Favorite Prescrintion which
I consider -i great blessing to weak women. I
was so nervous and discouraged that I hardly
knew what to do. Your kind advice for home
treatment helped me wonderfully. Thanks to
Dr. Pierce."
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure
biliousness, and sick headache. They
should be used in connection with
"Favorite Prescription," whenever the
use of a laxative is indicated.

stale nest eggs should be used to help
fill the basket. Eggs are costly eat-
ing at 25 cents a dozen, especially
when one finds from two to four or five
unfit for use in each dozen purchased.
It is this that causes a customer to
hesitate about making the second pur-
chase. The honest farmer will take
care to prevent anything of the kind,
and when a customer is assured that
the eggs will always be fresh he wil!
become a regular purchaser. No farm-
er, however, can make a specialty of
supplying strictly fresh eggs unless
he scrupulously avoids using those
found in out-of-the-way nesLs. By ob-
serving this rule it will ;be an easy
matter to gain a reputation that will
insure a constant demand for all the
eggs you can produce.
Another thing on this line. The
farmer should feed his hens with a
view to making them lay; and the fol-
lowing method will be found satisfac-
tory. It has been tried by Mr. Rice, a
successful poultry raiser:
Give a moderate breakfast of whole
grain, such as wheat, oats and buck-
wheat, an this to be scattered over a
generous layer of loose litter in the
feeding-room, so that the hens get
plenty of exercise in scratching for
their breakfast. Dinner is the big meal
for them. They are given all they can
eat of the following mixture: Equal
parts, by weight, of bran, ground oats,
corn meal, wheat middlings and meat
meal, the latter of the best quality-
that is, of the highest percentage of
protein. This mixture is prepared by
stirring it into any kind of boiled veg-
etables, such a potatoes, potato-peel-
ings, beets, turnips, apples pumpkin,
etc., and fed while warm. Mr. Rice
nas this mess put on to cook in a big
kettle at about ten or eleven o'clock,
the meal mixture stirred in, and then
allowed to cool sufficiently that the
nens can eat it.Then just before night
a full feed of corn or corn and wheat
is given to keep their digestive machin-
ery busy until near morning. When
the hen-house is tight and warm-the
walls being double and the space be-
tween the walls, which are made tight
by a covering of building paper, filled
witu straw-and fresh drinking water
provided right along, this method is
sure to give eggs in plenty even in the
coldest weather.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia,
Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy is the best
medicine I have ever used. It is a

fine children's remedy for croup and
never fails to cure." When given as
soon as the child becomes hoarse, or
even after the croupy cough has de-
veloped, it will prevent the attack.
This should be borne in mind and a
bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at
hand ready for instant use as soon as
these symptoms appear. For sale by
Wight & Bro. and all medicine deal-

Secretary Wilson, in his weekly ag-
ricultural talks, says:
We can secure proper soil conliti-ms
by growing grasses and clovers, but the
domestic animal is necessary to eco-
omic consumption. You can reduce fer-
tlAty by selling hay as readily as by
selling grain, but you do not reduce
organic matter so fast. Stock the farm
with first-class animals, never sell off
reliable breeders when prices are low,
but hold a steady hand, and the aver-
age will pay well, and the farm will
pay better. If you must rent, still keep
the grazing stock on the farm. The
renter cannot by carelessness or want
of diligence do as much harm as he
would as a grain seller. Where culti-
vation is continuous and organic mat-


one of the readiest means by which
to get rid of insect pests. The depart-
ment o0 agriculture is searching the
world over for plants that may be use-
ndl in the several States and territories
of the Union, to be used as features in
systems of rotation. Where a locality
becomes addicted to the habit of grow-
ing one crop year after year, the aver-
age soil deteriorates unless fertilizers
are applied, whether the crop be cotton
or wheat, or whatever is sold from the
soiL One of the most pressing ques-
tions we have to deal with is the find-
ing of plants that can be usea in rota-
tion in the drier portions of the coun-
try. People of Northern States that
have a rainfall around thirty inches
have the least difficulty in finding crops
that can be used in systems of rotation
-such crops as can be red upon the
farm to domestic animals with profit.
Farmers in the drier sections of our
country have more difficulty in finding
profitable crops for systems of rotation.
I have been urging the sugar beet as a
valuable crop of this kind. It meets
many of the requirements. The by-
product of the factory is an admirable
feature of the ration of all domestic
animals, while the sugar that is sold
takes nothing from the soil, since it
comes from the atmosphere; that is its
principal. recommendation.

Gentlemen-I will not hide my light
under a bushel, for I want the people
to know what your Gooch's Mexican
Syrup has done for me. For four
years I have been afflicted with Asthma
and could not get anything to do me
any good until I got your Gooch's Mex-
ican Syrup. I took three' bottles an"
it cured me. I give you this honing
it may be the means (. saving sn-'e
one from a horrible arid peI raanen
Yours under obli'itions,
Rev. Thos. B. Warwich, Scott "''own.O.
Consumptives try it. It cu.r"es a
simple cough as if by mnagi-, r.d the
best remedy for whooping cough.
Price 25 cents.


Since there has been no more New that these duties are faithfully per-
Orleans molasses and the maple forests formed. Neglect may occasion consid-
in the North and West, are fast being erable loss and much worry.
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THE CHA9Nm 0 A i Aro
I glanced towards Frank,
* to see an Indignant soan hist
Mg face. But no-he o on
Bh a smile! "Ah!" tlh Ot I, "have
i boy's pre Impules Moon diet
jin this fatal atmo he? Can he
or to see those evil knows
W are evil-rest upon 0e face of
g sister? or to hear th lips, onl
,moment since polluted i vle
grs, address her with theallarlty
a friend?"
fiane girl, that sister t yours,
k! Fine girl!" said after
kra had withdrawn--la kng of
r with about as much r in his
gie as if he was praising fleet racer
r favorite hound.
The boy smiled with -plaed air.
"We must try and find er a good
band, Frank. I wonder she would
ave me?"
"You'd better ask her," d the boy,
nghing. -
"I would if I thought the was any
ce for me." f.
"Nothing like trying. Ant heart
ver won fair lady," retu d Frank,
with the air of a man han a boy.
fast he was growing ori!
"A banter, by George!" exclaimed
slapping his han together.
you're a great boy, Frak a great
I shall have to tall to your
er about you. Coming n too fast
e to put you back in yor lessons-
And Green winked at tl boy, and
k his finger at him. ?(nk laugh-
in a pleased way, as heyeplled-
NI guess I'll do." -
I1 guess you will," satj Green, as
sfsed with his colloquy4he turned
t left the bar room.
"Have something to d sir?" in
pired Frank, addressing m in a bold
I shook my head.
"Here's a newspaper," htadded.
I took the newspaper andrat down-
at to read, but to ob.Ter. Two of
kree men soon came in, aso spoke in
Very familiar way to FraW, who wai
rsently busy setting out the Hquo
bey had called for. Thel converse
on, interlarded with mus that wa
roane and vulgar, was W f horses
racing, gunning, and he like, to
d of which the young bareeper leni
attentive ear, putting p a word
mow and then, and sho wIantelll-
in such matters quiteeyond hi
In the midst thereof Mr. Slade
e his appearance. presence
e a marked change Frank
a ro retired from his place ong tht
hen, a step or two outside the bar
did not make a remar while hi
er remained. It was fron
that Mr. Slade not onlb
ware of Frank's danger precocity
t had already marked forward
by rebuke.
So far, all that I had seesand hear
pressed me unfavorably nothwith
ding the declaration of Simo
e, that everything bout th
e and Sheaf" was ming o0
-rate," and that he perfectly :
with his expert nt. Why
If the man had gain in money
Thousand dollars by tem-keep
ba year, he had lost a wel in t
ce of his boy that beyond
valuation. "Perfectly atisfed?
bible! He was not eetly sat
led. How could he be. The loot
n upon Frank whenhe entered
Sbar room, and saw hi "hail fel
well met," with three 4 four idle
Iane, drinking customs, contra
that assertion.
After supper I took a sea in the ba
to see how life move on in tha
e of rendezvous for t_ surface
lation of Cedarville. Interest
ogh in the characters had me
e a year before remasind, for m
t'imhoose this way of siijnding th
a instead of visiting a~. the house
|a gentleman who had hhndly ir
me to pass the evenly with hi
bar room custom, I toon founi
largely increased in A year. I
Required, for a good art of th
the active services both th
and his son to mat the call
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grd-st who l & th ic n and aakaee. O tthe' I tey, b ia
lea*r.atni the- wasu oeareym oa ga co wath aeIM wMenO -tIeIre; 1h
e- a Whowh face did not show marks of hig emt aors madly marred.
Ma smeilt, or VIhe lan.ges was not What he had Maid to Irritate the land-
yrd il obscnoity, preoanoty or- al- lord, I ow not; bt ; AIe. lace was
a ladna The subjeet of omnverma- sery with paion, ad his eyes glared r
tio were varied enough, though poL. threateningly at the poor besotted one, t
ties w the most promuinmt In re- who showed not the least baliniption
gard to politics. I heard nothing in the to obey. '
least; but only abuse of in- "Off with you I s And never show
divikdum, and dogmaistm on public your face here aain. I won't have
measures. They were allwcse-Ati Msc a low vagaboVdas you are about W
confident in assertion; but I listened my house. If you can't keep decent d
in vain for exposition, or even for de- and mtay decent, don't intrude yourself
ma-ntrative facts. He who asseverate here." m 1
ed in the most positive manner, and "A rum-seller talk of decency!" re- r
swore the hardest, carried the day in torted Morgan. "Pah! You were a n
these petty contests. decent man once and a good miller into I
I noticed early in the evening, and at the bargain. But that time's past and s
a time when all the inmates of the gone. Decency died out when you ex- U
room were in the best possible humor changed the pick and facing-hamnqer a
with themselves, the entrance of an for the glass and muddler. Decency! c
elderly man, on whose face I instantly Pah! -How you talk! As if it were i
read deep concern. It was one of those any more decent to sell rum than to ,
r mild, yet strongly marked faces, that drink it." b
strike you at a glance.' The forehead There was so much of biting con- f
was broad, the eyes large and far back tempt In the tones, as well as the words t
in their sockets, the lips full but firm. of the half intoTicated man, that Slade, V
You saw evidences of a strong, but well who had himself been drinking rather p
balanced character. As he came in, 1 more freely than usual was angered
noticed a look of intelligence pass from beyond self-controL Catching up an t
one to another; and then the cyes of empty glass from the counter, he hurl- d
two or three were fixed upon a young ed it with all his strength at the head
man who was seated not far from of Joe Morgan. The missive just graz- i
me, with his back to the entrance, play- ed one of his temples, and flew by on d
ing at dominoes. He had a glass of its dangerous course. iThe quick sharp
ale by his side. The old man searched cry of a child startled the air, followed h
about the room for some moments, be- by exclamations of alarm and horror n
fore his glance rested upon the indi- from many voices.
vidual I have mentioned. My eyes 'it's Joe Morgan's child!" "He's t
were full upon his face, as he advanced killed her!" "Good heavens!" Such -
r towards him, yet unseen. Upon it was were the exclamations that rang out ]
not a sign of angry excitement, but a through the room. I was among the n
most touching sorrow. l rst to reach the spot where the little c
"Edward?" he said, as he lail his girl, just ghlding in through the door,
hand gently on the young man's sho1ul- had been struck on the forehead by \
der. The latter started at the voice, the glass, waich had cut a deep gash,
and crimsoned deeply. A few moments and stunned her into insensibility.
he sat irresolute. The blood flowed instantly from the
",idward, my son!" It would have wound and covered her face, which 1
been a cold, 'hard heart, indeed, that presented a knocking appearance. As
softened not under the melting tender- I lifted ner from the floor, upon which 1
ness of these tones. The call was Ir- she had fallen, Morgan, into whose
resistible, and obedience a necessity. very should the piercing cry of his child
The powers of evil had yet too feeble had penetrated, stood by my side, and
a grasp on the young man's heart to grappled his arms around her insen-
hold him in thralL Rising with a half- sible form, uttering, as he did so, heart-
reluctant manner, and with a shame- touching moans and lamentations.
r facedness that it was Impossible to "What's the matter? Oh, what's the
M conceal, he retired as quietly as possi- matter?" It was* a woman's voice,
ble. The notice of only a few in the speaking in frightened tones.
r bar rcom was' attracted by the inci- "It's nothing! Just go out, will you,
- dent. Ann!" I heard the landlord say.
S "I can tell you what," I heard the But his wife-lk was Mrs. Slade-
1individual with whom the young man having heard the shlrieks of pain and
o had been playing dominoes, remark- terror uttered by organ's child, had
t himself not twenty years of age-"if come running into the bar room-
my old man were to make a fool of heeded not his wo-ds, but pressed for-
himself in this way-sneaking around ward into the litte group that stood
after me in bar rooms-he'd get only around the bleeding girl.
his trouble for his pains. I'd like to "Run for Doctor Green, Frank," she
e see him try it, though! There'd be a cried in an Imperative voice, the mo-
, nice time of it, I guess. Wouldn't I ment her eyes rested on the little one's
e creep off with him, as meek as a lamb! bloody face.
Ho! ho!" Frank came round from behind the
"Who is that old gentleman who bar, in ouedience to the word; but his
came in just now?" I inquired of the father gave a partial countermand, and
r person who thus commented on the in- he stood stilL Upon observing which,
y cident which had just occurred. his mother repeated the order, even
"Mr. Hargrove is his name." more emphatically.
"And that was his son?" "Why don't you Jump, .you young
d "Yes; and I'm only sorry he doesn't rascal!"exclaimed Harvey Green. "The
- possess a little more spirit" child may be dead before the doctor
"How old is he?" can get here."
"About twenty." Frank hesitated no' longer, but dis-
n "Not of legal age, then?" appeared instantly through the door.
"He's old enough to be his own mas- "Poor, poor child!" almost sobbed
Ster." Mrs. Slade, as she lifted the insensi-
,' "The law says differently," I sug- ble form from my arms. "How did it
. gested. happen? Who struck her?"
In answer, the young man cursed "'Who? Curse him! Who but Simon
the law, snapping his fingers in its Slade?" answered Joe Morgan, through
Imaginary face as he did so. his clenched teeth.
S "At least you will admit," said I, The look of anguish, mingled with
S"that Edward Hargrove, in the use of bitter reproach, instantly thrown upon
d a liberty to go where he pleases, and do the landlord by his wife, can hardly be
what he pleases, exhibits but small forgotten by any one who saw it that
d, iscretion." night
" I will admit not such thing. What "Oh, Simon! Simon! And has it
harm is there, I would like to knowv, in come to this already?" What a world
r a social little game such as we were of bitter memories, and sad forebodings
t playing? There were no stakes -we of evil, did that little sentence ex-
t were not gambling." press! "To this already"-Ah! In the
t I pointed to the half-emptied glass downward way, how rapidly the steps
Sof ale left by young Hargeove. do tread-how fast the progress!
e a man, twice the age of the one I had Brin me a basin of a d a
eaddressed, who sat near by, listening towel, quickly!" she now exclaimed.
to our conversation. I looked at him The water was brought, and in a lit-
for a moment, and thus said- tie while the face lay pure and white
S"The great danger lies there, with- against her bosom. The wound from
out doubt If it were only a glass of which the blood had flowed so freely
ale and a game of dominoes-but It was found on the upper part of the
doesn't stop there, and well the young forehad, a little to the side, andtextend-
e man't father knows it" ing several inches back, along the top

is "Perhaps he does," was answered. of the head. As soon as the blood-
"I remember him in his young days; stains were wiped away, and the effu-
s and o pretty high boy he was. He sion partially stopped, Mrs. Slade car-
td didn't stoy at a glass of ale and a game ried the still insensible body into the
of dominoes; not he! I've seen him next room, whither the distressed, and
as drunk as a lord many a ,ime; and now completely sobered father, accom-
mnany a time at a horse race, or cock panned her. He went with them, but
fight, betting with the bravest I was Slade remained behind.
only a boy, though pretty old boy; buii The arrival of the doctor was soon
I can tell you, Hargrove was no saint." followed by the restoration of life to
"I wonder not, then, i hat he is anx- the inanimate body. He happened to
ious for his son," was mny remark. be at home, and Oame instantly. He
"He knows well the lurking .langers ,of had just taken the last stitch in the
the path he seems inclined to enter." wound, which required to be drawn
"I don't see that they have done him together, and was applying strips of
much harm.' He sowed his wild oats- adhesive plaster, when the hurried en-
then got married, and settled down trance of some one caused me to look
into a good, substantial citizen. "A lit- up. What an apparition met my eyes!
tle too religious and pharisaical, I al- A woman stood in the door, with a face
ways thought; but upright in his deal- in which maternal anxiety and terror
ings. He had his pleasures in early blended fearfully., Her countenance
life, as was befitting the season of was like ashes-her eyes straining
youth-why not let his son taste of wildly-her lips aphrt, while the pant-
the same agreeable fruit? He's wrong, ig breath almost hissed through them.
sir-wrong! And 1 ve said as much to "Joe! Joe! Wh t is it? Where is
Ned. I only wish the boy had showed---
the right spunk this evening, and told
the old man to go home about his
"So do I," chimed in the young dis-
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deeper into the young man's character.
"Indeed- he does. He's tried his
hand on me once or twice during the
last year, but found It wouldn't do, no
how; Tom Peters is out of his leading
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41 lFmay," answered Joe Mor-
n, starting p from where he was
aetoaoy keealn by the side of the
eviing little one, and gong quickly
o his wife. "MShe's better now. Its
Sbad hurt, but the doctor ay s
nothing dangerous. Poor, dear child!"
The pale face of the mother grew
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reath two or three times-- low shud-
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he lay white and pulseless in the arms
of her husband. As the doctor applied
estoratives, I had opportunity to note.
more particularly the appearance of
irs. Morgan. Her person was very
tender, and her face was so atten-
ated that it might almost be called
badowy. Her hair, which was a rich
nestnut brown, with a slight golden
ustre, had fallen from her comb, and
now lay all over her neck and bosom in
>eautlful luxuriance. Back from her
ull temples it had been smoothed away
by the hand of Morgan, that all the
while moved over her brow and tem-
ples, with a caressing motion that I saw
was unconscious, and which revealed
the tenderness of feeling with which,
debased he was, he regarded the
wife of hi youth, and the long-suffer-
ng compnon of nis later and evil
lays. HeH dress was plain and coarse,
but clean and well-fitting; and about
her whole person was an air of neat-
ness and taste. She could not now be
called beautiful; yet in her marred
features-marred by suffering and grief
-were many lineaments of beauty; and
much tnat told of a pure, true wo-
man's heart beating in her bosom. Life
came slowly back to the stilled heart,
and it was nearly half aS hour before
the circle of motion was fully restored.
Then, the twain, 'with their child,
tenderly borne In the arms of her fath-
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than one heart heavier for their visit.
I saw more of the landlord's wife on
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LT Jacksonville.............010 74op 4a Pr LvTallah&t ........... ...........I 4P
4Ar Fernandina .......... 11 30 8 0 p 6Op Ar Chaires.................. .1............ 5p
ArBrunswick...... ....... 110p1045p .... .. .ArUoyd .... ...... .. ..... 2 3
Aravannan ............... 205pll 37 p .... .. Ar iifton .............. .........-.. p
ArFairfax ............. :358p ISt a ......ArMonticello........... .... ............ a 15p
ArDenmark................ 439p 215...... Ar ucll.. ............................... 30p
Ar Columbia............... op 3 a .... ..Ar Greenvile..... .... ...........1 25 p
ArCamden........ ......... 809p 5;7a .... .. Ar Madisnn........... ................ ..35p
Ar Hamlet.................. 1035p 740a .... ..ArEllaville...... .......... ... .......... 20
Ar Wilmington......... ......12 .... ... Ar L.veOak.............. ....9....... 4 p
ArSouthein Pines........... 128p 849a e.... ArWelbori............ ................ 6 (5p
Ar Lakheight.............12....1 alla .... Ar Lake Cit............................. 1 7 p
ArPortsmouth....... ..... 70 p 530p .... ArOlustee ......................---- 5ip *
Ar Hichmond...........6... 3& 3:11 p ...... Ar raniderso .. ................... 6 t 1.p
ar Wa-hiptlon............. l|oa 705p .. Ar MeClennyy........................6 P
Ar Baltimore............... 11 1125p ...... .. Ar ldwin.............................. 648 p
Ar Philadelphia........ ... I 25 M ...... .. AJacksnville ...................... 7 25%p
Ar New Y WEST.& NEWORLKANS. I I LvJaiksoville ............... 9:aml 8(O p
Lv Jacksonville............................9)0a Ar Baldwl.................. 1007a 850 p
Ar LakeCity............ .............. 11 17a Ar-tarke ... .. ................. I 31a31024p
ArLave Oak.......... .................... 12MBp Ar Waldo.. ....... .... .......... 1140a1 il5p
Ar Madi-on .............. ........... 1258 P ,r(;aine sville.................. 151.
Ar Monticello .................... Ard y ......15PArCedarKe .............. ..64L7 4I :
ArTallahabe............................ 315 p ArSilver -rings.... .. ... ....... l35tP ..
ArQui ey".......... ...................... 4 17 Ar O -alat.... ................... 1 48 48. p
ArliverJum-lio...................... S.p Ar Wildwod...................... .40s, 22 &
i*r Pen-acola............ ................ 10 r;p Ar l.eIe urg... ........ .......... 317p 3:11
ArMouilc ............... 3(a ArTavares........................ 3:118 420a
ArNew lOrklans....................... 73a ArOrlando ..... ............. l 51l1 7'7W
Ar Winter Park............. .. 5 42rP
Ar Dade City.. ... ...............4001' 4ADa
SAr Plant City...... -...........4 51, 5l5a
ArTampa...... .... ......... 540' 615S

Train No. 34, the lFlorida and Metropolitan Limited. Pullman Buffet Sleeper' between IamMp
Jacksonville and New York. via kichmond and Washington. 1)D tv co.iehes between .ack-ion-
ville and Washington. Train 31 al-o carries Pullman Butlet Sleeping ctr4 between Jersey City,
Jacksonville and Tampa..
No. 66. Florida and Atlantic Fast Mail. Day coaches, mail. biggage and expr -s carl between
Jacksonville and Wa'hingonm. and Pullman sleepers between Jacksoville and New York.
Steamers for Key West and Havanna--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays aud Thursdays
U 0 pP. m.
No". 2 and 1, sleeper between NewOrleans and Jacksonville. *
Full information at City Ticket Office. Phone 54, R P. Hopkins, Agent.
st V.-P. & G. M., Gen. Pas. Agent, AsS. Gen.sis. Agt.,
Portsmouth. Va. Jaicksoville. la.

Carrabelle, Tal 1 ah assee & Georgia R. R.

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mst had nevMer been strogM I ed
already Inferred as much.L Her face,
toe few times I had seen her, wore a
troubled look; and I could never tor-
get its expression, nor her anxious
warning v ice, when she discovered
rank sipping the dregs from a glass
jin the bar room.
It Is rarely, I believe, that wives con-
sent frely to the opening of taverns
by their hnatt-dus; and the determina-
tion on the part of the lauer to do so,
is not infrequently attended with a
breach of confidence and good feeling,
never afterward fully healed. Men look
cose to the money result; -women to
the moral consequences. I doubt it
there be one dram-seller in ten, be-
tween whom and h.s wife there exists
a good understanding-to say nothing
of genuine affection. And, in the ex-
ceptional cases, it will generally be
found that the wife is as mercenary, or
careless of the public gooa as her hus-
band. I have known some women to
set up grog shops; but they were ofl
bad principles and worse hearts. I
remember one case, where a woman,
with a sober, church-going husband,
opened a dram-shop. The husband op-
posed, remonstrated, begged, threaten-
ed; but all to no purpose. 'The wife,
by working for the clothing stores,
had earned and saved about three hun-
dred dollars. The love of money, in
the slow process of accumulation, had
been awakened; and, in ministering to
mne depraved appetites of men who
loved drink and neglected their fam-
ilies she saw a quicker mode of acquir-
ing the gold she coveted. And so the
dram-snop was opened. And what was
tne result? The husband quitted going
to church. He had no heart for that;
for, even on the Sabbath day, the fiery
streams were stayed not in his house.
Next he began to tipple. Soon, alas!



the $KooPos- on pso hw ft s h iw1-
tern that morbid dIIesip ; im m thI
he moved away qidek-footed in the wW
.to rnl In bms than three yeam, I
think, from the time the grog.hop was
opened by his wife, he was In a drunk-
ard's grave. A year or two more, ad
the pit that was dogged for others br
the hands of the wife, she fell into her-
self. Ever breathing an ittmosphma
poisoned by the fumes of liquor, the
love of tasting was gradually formed,
and she, too, in the end, became a slave
to the demon of Drink. She died at
last, poor as a beggar in the street.
Ah! this liquor selling is the way to
ruin; and they who open the gates, as
well as those who enter the downward
path, alike go to destruction. But this
is digressing.
(To be continued.)

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You may breathe a pious blessing
Over viands Aich and good;
But a blessing ilth long faces
Won't assim~tate your food;
While a meal of bread and herring,
With a glass'of water clear,
Is a least, if it'r accompanied
With the being of good cheer.
Knowing someQ ng funny, tell it;
Something sad forget to Anell it;
Something hat"ul, quick dispel it;
At th)s table.
The Senate on; Monday ratified the
Hay-Pauncefote Ianal treaty.
Mrs. R. Pope, o- Madisonis the pleas-
ant guet t of Mr. C. C. Dickens, on
Call street. P
<4;r +

Two young mel and two young wo-
men, becoming tied of life, committed _. ..
suicide in Columls, Ohio, Tuesday. The Waycross Journal, which the
..-. + Chicago Blue Book gives the honor of
Mrs. L. Elsem4 and sons, of Baltl- being the best weekly paper in Georgia,
more, are visiting friends in the city, says: "TAe Weekly Tallahasseean is
guests of her sis(r, Mrs. A. Levy. one of the best exchanges that comes
S+ + to us from Florida."
Gents' and boye' clothing at bottom + + +
prices at Ball, Imilly & Co.'s. Mr. Harry D. Hartt was called to
+ + 4 Brunswick, Ga., Wednesaay by a tele-
United States Sqnator Sewell, of New gram announcing the- illness of his
Jersey, who haseen dangerously ill moeuer, Mrs. W. D. Hartt, in that city.
at his home in t den, is slightly im- Mrs. Hartt was en route from New
proved. Foundland to Tallahassee when taken
"+ sick.
Mr. C. M. Wit, of Buchanan, Va., 4+ 4
arrived in the cfjb this week. He is The best place town to make your
here to take part the remodeling of Xmas purchases. Call at D. B. Megin-
the capitol bul niss, Jr.'s.
Mrs. M. H. ler, 'ho has been +
quite sick wita pneumonia the past The Athletic Association of the Flor-
two weeks, is roving, ana is now ida mLate College is an institution that
considered out 4 danger. deserves encouragement. It is the in-
4 4 4+ tention to erect a gymnasium in the
Mrs. W. S. Jennbgs lert yesterday for near. future. One thousand dollars
a visit to Brooksvgle. She will qbe join- have already been donated for this
ed by the govern# Sunday. They will purpose.
spend the holiday in Brooksville. + + +
s I, ++ The residence of A. Z. Wesley, fore.
Miss Courtney;'Walker gave a de- man ot the Waycross Journal, was de
lightful inform- luncheon to her stroyed by fire early 1Tuesday morning,
friends Friday a the Spear's House. together with all its contents. The
The occasion a'-a very pleasant one. family had a narrow escape, while Mr.
+. ++ esley's mustache and eyebrows were
LUMBER-RoVh and Dressed Lum- badly singed.
ber. Best quality, lowest prices. Give + +
me a call at Holljnd's mill before you The man who does not believe in ad-
buy. Will do my best to please you. vertising contradicts himself by hang-
4t* p. D. LEWIS. ing signs in front of his premises, or
Otherwise trying to attract attention.
Call and see I, B. Meginniss, Jr.'s When he 'does this he advertises in a
stock for holiday goods, small way.
S4+ '- + +
Lelia Lambert an eight-year-old The small boy will be in his glory
girl, was burned ;o death at her home next week, but he will have to be care-
in Athens Monuy, by an unknown ful about discharging ureworks on
negro uoy, whon-she had admitted to Monroe street, or in the business part
the house during the absence of her of -Tallahassee. This is strictly for-
parents. 0 bidden by the council.
The Union Socty of Christian En- The (difficulty experienced in obtain-
deavor meets 4 the Presbyterian ing brick, and the high price of that
church at a quarter to four Sunday, commodity, should induce some enter-
December 22. Lder, Miss Eliza Mc- prising individual to establish a brick
Dougall. Subjects "Our Gifts to Our yaru here. The soil is all that could
AKing." All are cfrdially invited, be desired for this purpose.
++ +*++
Christmas shoa;ing parties are all The up-to-date merchants of Talla-
the rage now. Tje stores of Tallahas- hassee all have ads in the Tallahas-
see are crowded ftily with purchasers seeam. They know that this paper is
and sightseers. O read by -a greater number of people


You ha4e used all
sorts of ugh reme-
dies but does not
yield; it too deep
seated. It may wear
itself out i time, but
it is mois liable to
produce la grippe,
pneumo or a seri-
Y ous1
ous thr affection.
You n something

that wiOUgive you
strength land build

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than any other publication in Middle
Florida. An ad in The Tnllsa.atesman
brings results. i
The Federal grand jury at Jackson-
ville has returned true bills against C.
C. fost, husband of Helen Williams
Post, mental scientist leaders, and C.
C. Burgman, their son-in-law, of Sea-
breeze, Fla., for using the mails for
fraudulent purposes.
This has been the coldest December
weather experienced in Tallahassee in
years. Many thermometers registered
as low as 21 degrees above zero Tues-
day night On Wednesday many of the
pools and fountains had a coating of
ice nearly an inch thick.
Don't fail to 'Hit Miss Sne Ar'&f-r
before buying Christmas presents for
the children.
Every person in Tallahassee should
make an effort to induce new manufac-
turing enterprises to locate here. The
opening of the .allahassee Southeast-
ern railroad, which will be in less than
six months, will furnish competing
freight rates. Now is the time to be-
gin to work.
Artistic printin; includes Invitations,
programs, tIckets, advertising cards,
circulars, and other things, and The
Ta l*hsvtuewen is splendidly equipped l o
handle any or alliof them. Come heie
with your hurry-up Jobs. We will su:-
prise you with artistic effects, as well
as promptness.
The C. T. & GW railroad will run a
cheap excursion Into Tallahassee next
Monday for the accommodation of
(:nruttmst shoppe All lines entering
the city will give ( fare rates during
the entire week, and the streets will
be crowded by sight-seers who are
coming to the carnival.
Introducing a number of press clip-
pings favoring Judge W. Lamar for
Congress, the Monticello Constitution
says they "will be read with much In-

eases. As a blood parifier ifancocks
UsQuid Salphar nas no equal. For sale
by Wight & Bro. tt

Take I.axatebe Brmo Quinine TaLuvt-. All
diuggist- re iui d the money ii It I iii 1to cure.
k. W. Grovu' Bigliatute i o:a tach box. tc.

"Save Mie From My M 'riend-."
This saying is comimonly attributed
to Voltaire. who at Ferney when pes-
tered by professions of insincere friend-
ship said. "I pray God to deliver me
from mt friends; I will defend myself
from my enemies."
The thought, however. is attributed
by the French to Marshal Villars,
while Kant discovers it in an Italian
proverb, and a German collection of
proverbial wisdom gives it in a modi-
fied form. Antigouns. one of the gen-
erals of Alexander the Great. offered
sacrifice that the gcds might protect
him from his friends and at the same
time declaring he could lobk after his
enemies himself. Churchill 4,as some-
thing of the idea in the lines:
Greatly his foes he dreads. but most his friends;
He hurts the most wi j lavishly ownenads.
Binaing for More.
"Did you inoti-e. Maria. bow ill an
tnrwl Jones got when lie learned I haO
boughl llthat diamonaol Iroo(h for yOU-
Now he'll have to ger one for Ils wife."
"I don't like Mr. Jones. and I would
not care bow often yon made him ill
natured."- Exchange.
Bahy'* Diet.
I remember on one oca sion remon-
strnaing will an ':iast **mil lmmother for
givilt'ng a dathy '*ori "nli ter bt'er.
but the rpply was. ". h-'ss ~ ;ir. a
altrayv (;tke3 th -nme as otrslves, t
little dear!"-Londun I'ost.


Do you read The Talhaneu ? If Theeare mor0e Mt W dogs in Tal-
not, way not? lahames than any oth.e city Its ai In
.+ + + te SoutLb They are nearly an ave
Miss Sue Archer has things that will hundred dollar -eritter and would be
please the children for Christmas pres- too valuable for making into sausage
ents. Call and see them. iThis Is Oa enterprise not wanted here,
+ 4 4 as too much danger would be incurred
The city needs a thorough. cleaning by the curs.
up before ,aristmas. It should pre- 1 The Hubert Labodte Company pre-
sent as neat an appearance as possible scented "Faust" atthe opera house on
during the street fair and carnival. Thursday night The play Is a go9d
+ + + one, and the production was well re-
We don't publish "all the news all the ceived. Had the weather been warm a
time." Something sometimes eludes larger crowd would have been in at-
the reporter, but we always try to get tendance. If the manager of the opera
the cream of all that is worth print- house would put in a heating apparatus
ing. for the cpinfort of the patrons, the peo-
S+ + + pie could be induceu to turn out better.
The Tallahassee Southeastern rail- But with the prospect of freezing
roaa will have its depot either at the th-rough the performance, the people
toot of Adams or Monroe street This are not going to brave pneumonia to
would be a splendid location for a un- see a theatre, no matter how meri-
ion depot. torius it .nay be.
Losing a dollar for the sake of saving We wishmor to caltsl your lative ton to a
a cent is not economy; and yet, that is and Skin diseases. It has been demon-
jr.c what hundreds are doing. Th. strated by the most scientific physi-
spigot will empty a barrel Just as sure- cans that all skin diseases are caused
ly as the bunghole, if you give it a from a Oaracite or germ in tne skti
chance. + + + Doctors heretofore have never been
S4 able to find a medicine sufficiently
A barrel factory is badly needed in strong ti kill or destroy the germ
Tallahassee. We heard a gentleman re- without corroding or ruining the flesh.
mark tne other day tnat he could have Hancockis Liquid Sulphur is the only
disposed of 4,000 syrup barrels this known remedy that will kill the germ
season with little trouble. This is a and permanently cure all skin dis-
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PleMaata. Palatable. Potent. TasteOood. DoOo@,
Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 3, St. and 0 ctm
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alth.dire 64
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IA. J. De

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Artistic Painter,
Cralner, and
Wood Finisher.


Pizza tchsirs, old and
crat ched furniture doctored
sani painted.
SiFimates funris hed on house
t paitting. Satii-faction guar-
anflite ***** *:*.**e**********

SSt. James Hotel,
(Near Captol)
Mrs. P. R. LAMB, Prop.
iO Onlr first class brick hotel hi Talls- .*
o houmeje Erer)thing up-to-date ande
4 homelike. d.
: Comfortable BRd*.
b. UPlzSxot Booms. 1.
Excelloat Fare,
SAnd all under the prreonal 3 up riion
Sof the poprietre. RateV r per day
-0 up, am-fram$IU upby the wee

Captain Stanley,

The world's greatest high diver, will give free exh ibi

tions daily diving from his tower -75 feet in height

into three and a half feet of water.


The Cincinnati Carnival Company

Will be here ;o furnish a host of high class exhibitions

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