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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: January 17, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00080
Source Institution: University of Florida
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JOHN 0. TRICE@ r a Pr.pu torj I zSmzA iA1, 1902.
joao TR, Publshr'a'dPropretor TATLLAIHA SSEE, 1LO1iBIA. FKIDAY, JAARY 17, 1907 VOL. XXI, NO 47



The Tallahassee Southeastern

Gifen the City Reserve


Important Extra Session of 'the City

Pursuant to call, the City Council
met in special session in the council
chamber Wednesday night for the con-
sidetation of a number of important
President Armstrong being absent,
Chairman pro tem W. F. Quaile pre-
Those present were: Councilmen
Quaile, Ball, Edmondson, Spiller and
The question of purchasing a new Jo-
cation for a cemetery was taken up
and discussed, and an ordinance passed
calling for an election to bond the city
for sufficient to make the purchase.
The matter of granting a lease of the
city reserve to the Tallahassee South-
eastern Railroad Company for the pur-
pose of erecting a depot, shops, side-
tracks and other necessary buildings,
was again taken up. After some dis-
cussion. an ordinance was submitted
and passed, granting the lease for a
period of ninety-nine years, with priv-
ilege of renewal at the expiration of
that time.
The market stall question was also
given consideration. After the matter
had been thoroughly reviewed it was
agreed to rent the two stalls in dis-
pute as one at a rental of. $85 per
month. These stalls have heretofore
been renting at $25 each per month,
and their rental at $30 for both to one
man. was the ground for a kick from
other renters in the market house.
They contended that if one man re-
ceived this reduction others were ten-
titled to it.

E. H. Purdy and A. Rosedale, plain-
tiffs in error, vs. the State of florida,
defendant in error-Leon county. Per
1. Objections to the admissibility of
evidence must, as a general rule, be
made when it is offered, or its admis-
sibility cannot be assigned as error.
2. In a criminal prosecution witnesses
introduced on behalf of the State ob-
jected to answering certain questions
propounded to them by the State on
the ground that their answers would
criminate them, but were required by
the court to answer the questions. The
defendants at the time made no objee-
tion to the testimony and took no ex-
ceptions to the ruling of the evidence.
Held: That the objection on part of de-
fendants to the evidence for the first
time in a motion for a new trial came
too late to save the point.
Judgment affirmed.
Fred. T. Myers for plaintiffs in error;
William B. Lamar, attorney-general,
for the State.
George W. Allen, plaintiff in error,
vs. George Lewis, defendant in error-
Leon county. Per curiam:
L,. When the trial court under section
1267 Revised Statutes, grants a motion
for a new trial containing several
grounds without stating any ground or
grounds upon which the ruling was
based, it will be affirmed if any ground
of the motion is sufficient to authorize

2. The trial court should not in the
exercise of a discretion vested in it for
that purpose grant a new trial on the
ground that the verdict is not support-
ed by the evidence where there is a ma-
terial conflict in it, unless its weight so
clearly preponderates against the ver-
dict found as to require its annulment
in order to meet the ends of justice.
Where, however, a new trial is granted
on the ground stated, where there has
been ibut one trial, in a case where the
evidence, is conflicting upon a material
issue the( ai;pellate court will not ro-
verse the ruling unless it is affirmative-
ly and clearly made to appear from a
Palpable preponderance of the evidence
in support of the verdict overturned
tnat the trial judge abused the discre-
tion with which he is vested in such
cases. or that some settled principle of
law has been violated.
Judgment affirmed.
Alex. St. Clair-Abrams and Fred. T.
Myers for plaintiff in error; Geo. P.
Raney and Jno. A. Henderson for de-
fendant in error.

Notice is hereby given that the Dem-
Ocratic voters of the city of Tallahas-
see are called to meet at the city hall,
on the 17th day of January, A. D. 1902,
at 8 p. m,, for the purpose of putting
in nomination the candidates of; said
Party for the following city office, to
be voted on at an election to be h4d in
said city the 3rd Tuesday in Febr ary,
A. D. 1902, to-wit: Mayor, Tax Ilec-
tor, Tax Assessor, Clerk and Tr r,
and four Councilmen, ad tora
ano% ..h 1_... --n l n v


Specimens Received by State Superin-
tendent From Industrial School.
State Superintendent W. N. Sheats
has received, through the courtesy of
Mrs, -Pepper, of Orlando, a display of
fancy work frmo one of the industrial
schools of the North.
This display embraces fancy needle
work, artistic patching, wicker and
bamboo work, together with specimens
of the students' skill in iron work.
There are baskets, hammocks, wearing
apparel, oridges, lifting cranes, etc., all
in miniature, the handiwork of pupils
from, five to sixteen years of age, all
done in 'a highly creditable manner.
Mr. Sheats extends a cordial invita-
tion to the public to call and examine
the display.
This is a feature that should be in-
troduced in every school in the land.
rnere are schools where industrial
trades are features. The pupils are
taught the management of the house-
hold, and many useful pusuits. Indus-
trial education is almost, if not quite,
as necessary as mental education. In
many instances it is of vastly more im-
portance. We must have our cooks,
our seamstresses, our mechanics, arti-
sans, civil engineers, carpenters, etc.,
and the establishment of industrial
departments to schools and colleges
will help turn out better citizens. A
knowledge of Greek and Latin is all
right in higher education, but we want
turned out from our schools a class of
citizens prepared to meet the sterner
realities of life. Citizens who can go
into the workshop, the factory, the
fields and mines, and perform the du-
ties required, in an intelligent manner,
without being forced to serve an ap-
prenticeship alter having completed
their education. Let the apprenticeship
be served in the schools, and the only
way this can oe done is by the estab-
lishment of industrial departments to
our institutions of learning throughout
the land.

An important meeting of district offi-
cials of the Tallahassee district of the.
M. E. Church, South, was held in this
city last Wednesday at the station par-
sonage, the new presiding elder, Rev.
J. B. Ley, in the chair. A number of
the pastoral charges in the district
were represented by prominent laymen,
while others were present by proxy or
letter. The business session consumed
two hours, and was in every way most
This board meets annually to fix the
salary and traveling expenses of the
presiding elder, to apportion all benev-
olent claims on the charges, and to
look into the interests of -district prop-
erty. In their meeting Wednesday all
of these matters were carefully con-
sidered, ana agreeably'arranged. This
could hardly be otherwise when such
broad-minded men as G*. W. Saxon, of
Tallahassee; J. M. Cam, of Centreville;
S. K. Causeaux, of Crawfordville; A.
H. McPherson, of Midway; C. T. Car-
roll, of Monticello, and other leading
men as visitors have the direction of
things. It is just to Mr. Carroll to say,
however, that though he was not pres-
ent in person, a telegram asking Mr.
Saxon to represent him was sent.


"I wish to congratulate you on the
improved appearance of The Tallahas-
seean," remarked Hon. E. M. Hopkins
recently. "it has always been a good
paper, but is better now than ever be-
fore, and a consider it the best ever
published in Tallahassee. Another
thing I wish to commend, and that is
the advanced stand the paper has taken
to boom the Capital City. This is
something that has long been needed,
and the work of The Tallahasseean is
bound to bring good results."
Such words are heard on every hand,
and from all classes and conditions of
people. This commendation is volun-
tary, and shows that the pubile gener-
ally appreciates our efforts to please.
'the Tallahasseean does ,not pretend to
publish "all the news all the time,"
but we do manage to give the cream ol
all that is worth publishing, and try to
place it before our readers in a clean,
readable manner. Many times an in-
teresting news story or personal item
may be unintentionally omitted. This
is not our fault, however, as it is our
intention to chronicle the news in a
fair and impartial manner.

Secretary of State Crawford has for-
warded letters patent to the Fee &
Stewart Company, at Melbourne, Bre-
vard county, and the new corporation
is thus empowered to do business, at
such places as the directors may jlecin
necessary to the best interests of the
The general nature of the business
to be transacted is the carrying on of
general merchandising, and dealing in
hardware, dry goods, groceries, etc.
The authorized capital stock is $25,-
000, divided into 250 shares of $100
each, $14,000 of the capital stock to be
paid in upon toe granting of the char-
ter. Life of the corporation to be fifty

..m. 1or Jenninis has made the fol-



Capitol Corner Stone Laying an Important Epoch

in History of Tallahassee.

Tuesday was an epoch marking
period in the history of the Capital
City. It was a day of paramount im-
portance, inasmuch as it witnessed
what might be aptly termed the demise
of the old and the birth of the new
Tallahassee. It did more than this; it
cemented and sealed the bonds that
bind the State Capital to this beautiful
and historic old town for all time to
come. It inspired the people with
stronger hopes of future greatness, and
consigned to the tomb the hopes of
those who desired to remove the seat
of government to some "'more favored
For years Tallahassee had been in a
comatose condition. Noticing this,
some shrewd individual conceived the
idea that Jacksonville should,by rights,
be the State Capital. He made his
wants known. Other cities hankered
after the plum, and the fight was pre-
Thus rudely awakened from her
peaceful slumbers, the Queen City of
the South realized that something
must be done, and that instantly. The
fignt was on. It was a life and death
struggle. Defeat meant the removal
of the State Capital and death to the
hopes entertained by many of making
this a great city. The people were
aroused to the seriousness of the prob-
lem confronting them. They pulled
themselves together and went to work.
The struggle that followed was long
and bitter. The opposition to Talla-
hassee had assumed giant proportions,
seemingly. It was well organized and
made a great noise.
They had calculated without ,their
hosts, however. The sentiments of the
masses were aroused. The result of
the contest was not long in doubt It
is a part of history, and when the final
battle of the ballots occurred in No-
ember, 1900, Tallahassee scored an
overwhelming victory. The people had
spoken. Their voices rose in a mighty
shout proclaiming NO to the proposi-
tion to remove the seat of government.
To add emphasis to the verdict, the
Legislature of 1901 appropriated $75,-
000 for the improvement of the State
Capitol. The Capitol Improvement
Commission was appointed as follows:
Governor William S. Jennings, 'ex-
officio chairman; Comptroller A. C.
Croom, px-oqicio secretary; W. A.
Blount, C. M. -Brown and H. J. Drane.
These gentlemen were eminently fitted
for membership on the commission.
They entered upon their duties with
enthusiasm. Bids were advertised for
and the contract awarded last Septem-
ber. In November ground was broken
for the addition to the building, and
work was begun.
Last week an invitation was extend-
ed to Jackson Lodge, No. 1, F. & A.
M., to take charge of the corner-stone
laying. A committee from that lodge,
consisting of J. F. Spears, Victor F.
Balkcom and Dr. W. E. Lewis, was
appointed to complete arrangements
for the ceremonies. An invitation ex-
tended to the mayor and City Council
to attend was accepted.

Promptly at noon on Tuesday, Uan-
uary 14, 1902, the Masonic Lodge, with
all paraphernalia, marched to the capi-
tol grounds, where a stand had been
.erected at the northeast corner of the
addition. The stand was appropriately
draped in bunting and evergreens, pre-
senting a beautiful appearance.
A large crowd had preceded the Ma-
sons. The Florida State College and
Leon Academy took a vacation to at-
tend the ceremonies, the students of
each marching in a body to the capi-
tol grounds. All the stores of the city
closed for tne occasion, and there were
many strangers present.
The corner-stone was laid with im-
pressive ceremonies. Past Grand Mas-
ter Angus Patterson, of' Madison, offi-
ciated as Grand Mastenr Prayer was
offered by Prof. Buchho1e, of the Flor-
ida State College.
After depositing the following me-
mentoes in their receptacle, the stone
*was placed in position and hermeti-
cally sealed:
List of Capitol Imprqvement Com-
mission, governor, cabinet, other offi-
cials and employes in capitol, January
14th, 1902.
Appointment of W. A. Blount, of Es-
cambia county; C. M. BTown, of Mar-

ion county, and H. J. Drane, of Polk
county, as commissioners on the Capi-
tol Improvement Commission.
List of the members of Jackson
Lo'lge, No. 1, F. & A. Masons of Talla-
hissee January 1st, 1902; copy of the
constitution of the state of Florida;
certified copy of the Acts of 1901, creat-
ing the Capitol Improvement Commis-
sion; list of the members of the legis-
lature of 1901; certified copy of certi-
ficate of chairman of the State Demo-
cratic Executive Committe declaring
the result of the election to be in favor
of retaining the capitol at Tallahas-
see; circulars prepared and distributed
by the allahassee Capitol League, in
favor of Tallahassee.
Report of commissioner of agricul-
ture, and other papers giving agricul-
tural and manufacturing statistics and
general information of the growth and
condition of the state.
Report of the committee on plat-
forms of the Democratic State Commit-
tee at Jacksonville in June, 1900, con-
taining plank on capitol question, from
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Chronological history of the state of
Florida since its discovery; copy of the
Times-Union of April 2, 1899; copy of
the Daily Capital; copy of the Talla-
hasseean; one old English coin de-
posited by Hon. H. J. Drane; copy of
tickets used in the election November
6th, 1900, when capitol question was
decided; inaugural address of Gov-
ernor Wm. S. Jennings; Governor Jen-
ning's speech at Ocala, Dec. 30th, 1901;
mniiature set of Masonic working tools
enclosed in lamb-skin or white apron;
roster of state troops; copy of the Acts
of the legislature of 1901; Masonic
jewel in case, and ticket to Andrew
Jackson ball, deposited by Mrs. Ellen
Call Long.
At the conclusion of the ceremonies
Governor W. S. Jennings in a few well-
chosen remarks introduced Attorney-
General W. B. Lamar, who had been
chosen to represent the Capitol Im-
provement Commission as orator of
the day. His address, which appears
if full below, was well timed and
warmly applauded when the names of
eiqGovernQ_W. D. Bloxham and Gov-
ernor Jennings were mentioned. His
speech follows:
Governor Jennings, Members of the
Capitol Commission, Members of the
Masonic Order, and Fellow-citizens:

This large audience has witnessed,
with much interest, the laying of the
corner-stone of Florida's new capitol
building, by that ancient order, whose
origin is coeval, as some authors assert,
with the creation of man, and which,
with apprentice, and fellow-craftsman,
and Master Mason, reared the stupend-
ous proportions of Solomon's magnifi-
cent temple.
This day marksman epoch in Florida's
history. It signifies that the will of the
people has fixed this building in this
old, historic city for a time beyond the
reach even of conjecture. This day
denotes the transformation of the old
capitol building, from me inward and
outward form in which Floridians have
so long observed it, and loved it. We
b.o adieu to the old; we salute the new.
But, fellow-citizens, we cannot see
the old disappear without some awak-
ening of emotion and reminiscence. We
cannot forget the room of the supreme
court where the matchless intellect of
James T. Archer won supremacy in his
profession; or where the profound and
varied learning and subtle mind of
Mariano D. Papy bespoke at once the
scholar and the eminent lawyer. Its
legislative halls witnessed the sessions
of the secession convention and re-
flects still the eloquence of George T.
Ward, who plead for the Union, but
who at the head of his regiment
marched to his death for the rights of
his state.
Within these walls also in framing
the present constitution of Florida, was
the venerable, the illustrious Augustus
E. Maxwell, who for half a century in
every phase of public service, exhibited
the able statesman and jurist, and the
stainless public officer.
Its executive chambers show the por-
traits of some of Florida's worthiest
sons. There, in pleasant composure of
face, is that rare combination of sol-
Continued on 2d page.

shakes, ice cream, cakes, pies, cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and stamps are also
sold. He also has a reading room
where you can go in and read the latest
papers and magazines while you eat a
plate of cream. On Sunday nothing is
sold, but the chaplain holds services
twi*e, at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. He
nas a phonograph now and gives an ex-
hibition two or three nights every
- weelc. His place seems to take all right
and to answer very well for a canteen.
Well, this is all. I will come again
when I have more- time.
Company F, 4th Inf., U. S. Army, San
Francisco de Malabon, Cavite Pro-
vince, Philippine Islands.

Many children are poisoned and made
nervous and weak, if not killed out-
right, by mothers giving them cough
syrups containing opiates. Foley's
Honey and Tar is a safe and certain
remedy for coughs,croup and lung trou-
blme:sand is the only prominent cough


Check Receiv

for the Firse


January 16, 1902.

A large number of citizens and voters
of Tallahassee hereby announce Mr.
Harris Levy for Councihan and solicit
the suffrage of all those having these
- welfare of the city at heart.



Corporal Walker Writes of the Situa-
tion in the Islands:
San Francisco de Malabon, P. I.,
Dec. 1, 1901.-Weekly Tallahasseean:
There is not much news here now.
Everything is very dull, .especially
since so many of the boys of this regi-
ment went home. There are only a
very few left, and consequently duty is
pretty hard, but the rainy season has
about ended now and that is one great
*help to the soldiers doing duty in the
Philippine Islands.
With the ending of the.rainy season
'will come some long dusty hikes, es-
pecially if the ladrones keep showing
up like they have for the last few
weeks, and a good many think they
*will be much worse after the natives
have finished gathering their palay (or
Tice), and as it is about ready for cut-
ting, we will not have long to wait to
-ee what they are going to do.
Several small bands of ladrones have
showed up around in different places of
Aavite province. Lieut. Van Schaick,
'vith a small detachment of Company
-f, ran into a band of ladrones near
asugbu. The lieutenant was badly
cut with a bolo, having his left arm
almost cut off. besides receiving sev-
eral more small cuts. Private LaSall,
Company H, was also slightly wounded.
A detachment of Company B at In-
daug had a skirmish with a band of
ladrones near that place, in which they
killed two, captured five, with two
rines and several boloes.
We captured six ladrones here in
Malabon a few nights ago. They were
holding a meeting in a small bamboo
shack over on one of the back streets
A native secret service man reported
it to Capt. Wolf. He took a detach-
Uient of our company and went down
and surrounded the house and captured
a good crowd of them, but turned all
loose except six that were identified as
ladrones by the secret service men here
in Malabon.
General Bell has been put in com-
mand of this brigade, changing places
with General Sumner, and we are ex-
Decting another trip through the pro-
vjace of Batangas, where the ladrones
seem to be the boldest, and the worst
Dpart of General Bell's territory. They
captured a government meat wagon
the other day near Lipa, Batangas pro-
vince, killing two of the guards and
capturing two more with their horses,
rifles and ammunition. The guard were
members of the 8th Infantry. It seems
as if Batangas and La Guna provinces
are the worst part of Luzon Island
now. All the other provinces are very
quiet, except small bands of ladrones.
Well, Thanksgiving is past and we
will have to wait until Christmas for
another rest day and good dinner.
.You must not think because we are
over here in the Philippines that we do
npt have a dinner once in awhile, even
i t we do have to slum pretty often for
dinner. Thanksgiving we had thirteen
fl*e turkeys, with oyster dressing, and
cranberry sauce, green peas, sweet
peas, sweet corn, spinach, radishes,
nashed potatoes, gravy, pumpkin pie,
bread, butter, coffee, oranges, bananas,
and plenty of everything left over for
supper. So, you see, we are not so far
otqt of the world that we cannot cele-
bite Thanksgiving, even if a squad of
usdid have to get up at 11 o'clock that
niht and go out three miles through
thp rice fields to look for a ladrone that
was reported to be out there, and which
proved to be true. It only helped to
digest our big dinner and supper.
1he bolo attack is still threatened
here, and we are not allowed to leave
quarters without having on our side
arms. It seems out of place to be go-
ing around here now with side arms,
everything is so quiet and peacable ap-
parently, for we did not carry our side
arus when the fighting was so thick
over here. But it is general order from
division headquarters, and all troops
in 'this division have to go by it, but t
looked rather out of place last Sunday
at church for every one to have on his
sidj arms, and even Chaplain Potter
had his revolver laying on the table
near where he was standing.
nthe chaplain has started up a place
he* in Malabon to take the place of
the canteen. In his place you can get
a cold drink, but it will not be stronger
than ginger ale. Lemonade, milk

lost Popular Young Lady




State Will be Rcher by $J3oooao
Everj Year.

State Treasurer A. C. Croom has re-
ceived from the Florida Naval Stores
and Commission Company the sum or
434,920.75. This is:in payment for ti .
first quarter for thO 923 State convicLs
recently leased to that corporation.
Heretofore, when the State Legisfa-
ture awarded the contract it was c:s-
tomary to receive only $21,000 a .,-tr-
for the entire bunch. The law gov-
erning the-lease was changed and fthe
matter placed in the hands of
sioner McLin, subject to the approval'
of the Board of Commissioners of
State Institutions. Mr. McLin le
all the State convicts to the '.:or.i.L
Naval Stores and Comra.ssioJa "'4ra--
pany, for the sum of $151.5o :e.- l payable in advance
It will thus be seen that under the!
new rule the State receives more, by-
$13,920.75, every three months, for i!s:
convicts than it received for the etl.ti'-
year when the Legislature had ucotroL.
It is estimated that for the next four-
years there will be an average of I.ooWa
convicts, for which will be received am
annual income of $151,575, against $2l,-
000 under the old method. This means:
an increased revenue for the State or
$130,575 from this source. Quite am
item, and Commissioner McLin is to bee
congratulated for it.

But her beauty was completely hid--
den by sores, blotches and pimples tilt
she used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then*.
they vanished, as will all Eruptions,.
Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles.,
and Felons from its use. Infallible for,
Cuts, Corns, Scalds and Piles. Cures
guaranteed. 25c at all druggists.

The Platonic Debating Society of the
Florida State College will hold it. reg--
ular anniversary debate in the society'
hall tonight (Friday). The question for-
debate is: "Resolved. That the Unitedl
States should enact laws restricting im-
migration." R. C. Loag and L H. Bel-
cher will champion the affirmative;
Wm. P. Byrd and Guy L. Winthrop the:
This promises to be a very warm andf.
interesting debate, as the speakers aret
among the society's best orators, anli
will, no doubt, handle their subjects-
well. The public is cordially invited too
The Platonic Debating Society is the!
oldest society of the State College. It-
is larger and stronger now than at any-
time in its history, and is quietly fit-
ting the young men of this college top
hold their own in public debate or any
kind. of public speaking. Besides the-,
training given in these debates, the!
members look eagerly forward to their
bi-weekly meetings, always anticipat-
ing a pleasant time.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, or
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife was:
sick a long time in spite of good doc-
tor's treatment, but was wholly curefd
by Dr. King's New Life Pills. whicl-I
Worked wonders for her health." They-
always do. Try them. Only 25c at al!L
drug stores.

The voting contest for the most [pop-
ular young lady in Tallahassee up to
this morning stands as follows:
Miss Gussie Chittenden........... :33
Miss Fannie Shutan............... 21.
Miss Pearl McCord................ II
SMiss Florence Lewis.............. 4.
Miss Mamie Andrews.............. .
Miss Blanche Parret............. 1.
Miss Bessie Saxon............... T
Miss Clifford Carroll.............. t
Better send in your coupons and let
them be counted.

As is well understood, I am a candi-
date for nomination as a member of
the City Council. I shall support the
* old members of the Council who at *
candidates for re-nomination. If Mr..
SRandolph had not refused to serve
again I should not be a candidate.






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CouUtnumd from lt page.
tiler; huorlt and stateanman, the first
Mter l governor, William P. Duval.
No DA marks the presence there of
RichardK, Call, but his. nme and
amne are part of this state's history.
There also is the state's first governor
and his immediate successor, the hon-
ored names of William D. Mosely and
Thomas Brown. The soldier-states-
Men, Edward A. Perry and Francis P.
teminMg, are there, and there, too, is
the man who gave to our state its won-
derful impulse in material development
-Florida's beloved and twice-made
governor-William D. Bloxham.
And, in time, when this structure,
whose corner-stone we lay -to-day, is
finished, from its walls will be sus-
pended the features of the youngest
man who has ever wielded the supreme
executive authority in this state; one
whose capable and directing mind is
organizing an administration of affairs
to be memorable for successful achieve-
ment, the cabinet's honored chief, your
honored governor, v, illiam S. Jennings.
As the river meets the sea, so will this
old building and the new unite forever.
And to-day, with but a fraction of
Florida's people here, we send greet-
ings to Floridians everywhere, and we
poses for which the people of the State
have directed its construction.
Over its court may there ever preside
t1e image of justice, "august and pure.
the abstract ideal of all that would be
perfect in the spirits and aspiring of
men; majestic from its mercy, vener-
able from its utility, uplifted without
pride, firm without obduracy, benefi-
cent in each preference, lovely though
in her frown."
May its legislators ever be directed
by the declaration of Thomas Jetfer-
son, that the forces of truth are strong-
er than those of error, and on equal
terms will overcome it.
And may there be preserved in the
spirit of our legislation the love of lib-
erty ever shown by Englapd's great
commoner, the elder Pitt, who declared
in the English house of lords that 'thet
Americans contending for their rights
against arbitrary exactions, I love and
admire;" and the spirit of Henry Clay,
who declared in the congress of the
,Ulnited States, "my best wishes are irre-
sistably excited whenever in any coun-
try I see an oppressed nation unfurl
the banners of freedom." And to all
in authority let me commend the lan-
guage of Benjamin H. Hill, of Georgia
applied to the South's greatest, most
chivalric soldier, Robert-E. Lee: 'lie
was a public officer without vices, a
private citizen without wrong; a neigh-
bor without reproach; a Christian
without hypocrisy, and a man without
guile." The standard is very high
Let us strive to approach it'
This concluded the exercises.
Among those who attended were Gov-
ernor Jennings and cabinet, and all the
State House officers and attaches, the
mayor and council of Tallahassee, to-
gether with representatives from other
secret societies.
January 12th. 1902.
The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge
of Free and Accepted Masons of th.?
State of Florida, assembled in special
communication in Jackson lodge No
1, F. and A. M., in the city of Tallahas-
see, state of Florida, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
on Tuesday, the 14th day of January.
A. L. 5902, for the purpose of laying
the corner-stone of the new wip]j of
the state capitol building with public
proceedings, etc.
Present-W. M. Angus Patterson, P.
Q. M., as Grand Master; R. W. Thomas
M. Puleston, deputy grand master; R.
W. William E. Lewis, as senior grand
warden; R. W. Victor F. Balkcom, as
junior grand warden; R. W. Robert
Gamble, as grand treasurer; R. W.
William M. McIntosh, as grand secre-
tary; R. W. Alonzo C. Croom, as prin-
cipal architect; R. W. L. W. Buchholz,
D. DG.G. M., 19th Dist., as grand chap-
lain; W. William M. Mclntosh, Jr., as
grand marshall; W. Frank W. Arm-
strong, as senior grand deacon; W. S.
May Walker, as junior grand deacon;
W. Wm. H. Markham, as senior grand
steward; W. Foster C. Gilmore, as jun-
ior grand steward; W. HIarry N. Sweet-



streets, forming an arch beneath whose
heavy foliage it is a pleasure to prom-
enade on a hot afternoon.
Governor Jennings has designated
February 7th as Arbor Day in Florida,
and has issued the following procla-
mation urging upon the public the im-
portance of setting out shade trees.
State Otf Florida,
Executive Department.
The season again approaches when
we may avail ourselves of the opportu-
nity which the adoption of a beautiful
customs presents, to adorn our public
grounds; therefore, I, William S. Jen-
nings, Governor of the State of Florida,
do hereby appoint. Friday, the 7th daf
of February, A. D. 1902, to be Arlor
Day. And I recommend on that day
throughout the State the planting of
ornamental trees and shrubs to fur-
ther beautify our public grounds. Es-
pecially is the proper observance of the
day, together .wi..i pleasing and appro-
proate ceremonies urged upon our pub-
lic schools. Trustees and school officers
in charge-of the various public institu-
tions of the State are hereby requested
to take such action as will encourage
the proper observance of the spirit of
this proclamation.
In testimony whereof, I have here-
unto set my hand, and have caused the
great seal of the State to be affixed at
Tallahassee, the capital, this the ninth
day of January, A. D. 1902. and of the
independence of the United States the
one hundred and twenty-seventh year.
Governor of Florida.
By the Governor-Attest:
Secretary of State.

Constipation and health never go to-
gether. DeWitts Little Early Risers
promote easy action of the bowels
without distress. "I have been trou-
bled with costiveness nine years," says
J. 0. Greene, Depauw, Ind. "I have
tried many remedies, but Little Early
Risers give best results."

Miss Irene Doss and Mr. W. T. Doss

Wed Thursday Night.
Miss Irene Doss, a charming young
lady of Thomasville, who has been vis-
iting at the home of Mrs. T. H. Hum-
phress the past three weeks, was united
in marriage Tuesday night to Mr. W.,
T. Doss, son of ex-Sheriff Doss, of
'1 homasville.
The affair was a very quiet one, there
being only a few close friends present
to witness the ceremony, which was
performed by Rev. Mr. Mabry, of the
Methodist Church. The bride wore a
beautiful white organdy, elaborately
trimmed with lace and ribbon, and
looked as lovely as an artist's dream.
She formerly lived in Tallahassee,
where, wain her winning ways and
pleasing smiles she made many friends.
The groom was attired in conven-
tional black. He is from one of the
best families in Thomasv;lle, is a very
promising young man, and quite popu-
lar with. all who know him.

Gooch's Mexican Syrup has given
perfect satisfaction in my family, and
1 want to recommend it to everyone as
the best remedy for coughs, colds and
all lung troubles. A young lady in my
employ, who had been forced to quit
work and who had been given up to
die by her friends with consumption,
has by the use of Gooch's Mexican
Syrup been restored to health, and is
now at work earning her living and en-
joying good health. She wants me t-
publish.this as it may be the means of
saving the life of some other consump-
tive. R. M. FLEMING, Piqua, 0.
Gooch's Mexican Syrup cures a sim-
ple cough as if by magic, and is the
best remedy for whooping cough. Price
25 cents.


Personal News and Gossip in the


Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty 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 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.

Help the Tallahassee Improvement As-
sociation in Its Work.

Spring is almost here, and the im-
portance of cleaning up the city can-
not be too strongly impressed on thr
minds of the people. The ladies of the
Tallahassee Improvement Association
have performed a noble work in the
past, but they cannot be expected to
do everything.
There are piles of trash on nearly ev-
ery street in the city that ought to be
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Bea sy Triumphs,
'TIs Ma PPrloa Tees .
No woman objects !to being benutiful.
beauty is w., man's charm, joy, pride and
stren-th. Thie word his always petted and
adored bnuti:iil women. A pretty woman
dreads mni-trnity fur fcrof lobin;z this pow-
er and influence over tmen. What c;n be
done to perpt iate thertce and keep women
beauti f!? There Is a b!muniver;.aly used
by cultured and uncu.ured women in the i
crisis. IHsbands witl d well to in vsti'r;te
t.ils remt-dy in order toreassure th',;r -wives
on t',- point of ease with which chi:dre. can
lie horn and all beauty of form and figure
Mn41k^ r^


jng, as grand sword uearer; w. Samuei Peck, Fla., Jan. 15.-Mr. L. S. Crump ,
W. Whittaker, as grand tyler; W. W. visited the Capital City Friday last.
W. Birchfield, as grand etand;rtl Mr. E. L. Billingslcy, "the hustler I
bearer. Ed," is having more land cleared. He i
Jackson Lodge, No. I-John F. says he intends to raise cane and pota- (
Spears, W. M.; William E. Lewis. S. toes this year plentifully.
W.; Victor F. Balkeom, J. W.; and a Mrs. E. K. Jones, of Tallahassee, is
number of brethren and visiting breth- visiting Mrs. J. H. Humphrcss.
ren. Mr. Geo. Baum, an enterprising young
A procession was then formed and farmer, is at work breaking land. He
the Grand Lodge proceeded to the cap- has two two-horse plows at work.
itol grounds, when the corner-stone of Miss Georgia C. Hanks, of Columbus,
the building was laid in acocrdance Ga., is visiting Mrs. H. J. Hanks.
with the ancient customs of the frater- Mr. H. J. Hanks and Mr. E. R. Sills
aity. At the close of the ceremonies, visited Tallahassee Saturday.
the procession returned to Jackson bliss Elen W. Apthorp, of Tallahas-
Lodge, No. 1, where the Grand Lodge see, opened her school the 6th of Jan-
was close in form. uary, after spending a pleasant fort-
W. M. McINTOSH. night at her hame.
Acting Grand Secretary. Our postmaster, Mr. J. P. Baum, has
been quite sick for several months, but
PILE-INE CURES PILES. we are pleased to say that he is now
Money refunded if it ever fails. rapidly improving.
Mr. J. R. Crump spent the day last
GOVERNlR'S PROCLTAMATION. Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. J. P.
GOVERNRS PROCLAMATION. Baum. Mr. Crump is real spry, not-
Arbor Day is being observed more withstanding his 'io years.
and more every year. It is a custom Mr. John F. Joyner made a business
that should grow in popularity, for trip to ietcalf Saturday last.
nothing adds more to the beauty and We had quite an exciting time here
comfort of a place than majestic shade Sunday last. All of the woods in the
trees. Tallahaassee is noted far and neighborhood caught on fire, making it
near for her majestic trees,whose wide- very dangerous for the adjoining farms.
spreading branches- meet on many Messrs. Hanks, .Billingsley, and
SBaum had narrow escapes. Both
wnite and colored worked with zeal
from about 2:30 in the afternoon until
sunset. A joke is told on one of the
young men that goes something like
SiI this; While tying his handkerchief
around his neck to protect his tie and
collar, some one set fire to some straw
U r Ithat he was holding, 'and before he
R-Ipsti -ur knew it he was afire. We are pleased
to say the only damage done was a hole

ster, Ind. "The sores were so bad she
soiled two to five dresses a day."

The City Council at its next meeting
should take up the matter of placing"
the names of the streets on every cor-
ner, and numbering the houses. This
is a most important matter that de-
serves prompt attention. Strangers in
the city find it difficult to locate people
and places they wish to see. Even the.
merchants do not know where to de--
liver goods. By naming the streets
and numbering the houses this diffi-.
culty would be done away with.


An Ingenious Treatment oy Which'
Drunkards are Being Cured Daily
in Spite of Themselves.

No Noxious Doses. No Weakening of
the Nerves. A Pleasant and Posi-
tive Cure for the Liquor Habit.

It is now generally 'known and
understood that Drunkenness is a dis-
ease and not weakness. A body filled
with poison and nerves completely
shattered by periodical or constant use
of intoxicating liquors, requires an
antidote capable of neutralizing and
eradicating this poison, and destroy-.
ing the craving for intoxicants. Suf-
ferers may now cure themselves at
home without publicity or loss of time
from business by this wonderful
"HOME GOLD CURE," which has
been perfected after many years of
close study and treatment of inebri-
ates. The faithful use according to
directions of this wonderful discovery
is positively guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thou-
sands of irunkards into sober, in-
dustrious aid 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
NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by an-


Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and

'Permanent Cure in all Cases.

Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal

the day Sunday at Mr. J. P. Bamn's. Wonen A Well ag MCa
They had been visiting Miccosukie and
were en route home. A Made Miserable '

"My child is worth millions to me,"
says Mrs. Mary Bird, of Harrisburg,
Pa., "yet I would have lost her by Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, d s-
croup had I not purchased a bottle of courage and lessens ambition; beauty, vi* o
One Minute Cough Cure." One Minute and cheerfulness A
Cough Coure is sure cure for coughs, disappear whenthe k
croup anu throat and lung troubles. An neys are out of o
absolutely safe cough cure which acts. or diseased. .
immediately. The youngest child can Kidney trouble
take it with entire safety. The little become so pr n
ones. like the taste and remember how that it isnotunco n
often it helped them. Every family for a child to be
should have a bottle of One Minute afflict' the ak
Cough Cure handy. At this season of aes too often, i
tne year it may especially be needed the flesh or if when the ch
suddenly. urine salds the flesh or if, when the h
reaches an age when it should be able wo
MARRIAGE AT WOODVILLE. control the passage, it is y^t afflicted W
MARRIAGE AT WOODVILLE. bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause
d -Ws l D i t the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the fi3t
Saturday Was a Lively Day in the step should be towards the treatment f
Hustling Little Village! these important organs. This unpleasat
trouble is due to a diseased condition often
Woodville, Jan. 14.-Woodivlle has kidneys and bladder and not to a Habit &s
been quiet the past week. The people most people suppose.
generally have gone to work on their Women as well as men are made m-
farms, planting oats, repairing their able with kidney and bladder trouble,
fences, and getting ready for the year's and both need the same great remedy.
work. The mills have all started up in The mild and the immediate effect if
force and are running steadily, cutting Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
and shipping lumber, and everything by druggists, in fifty- ,
seems to be moving. cent and one dollar
Saturday was a lively day. There sizes. You may have a
were quite a number of people at this sample bottle by mail ss
place. Trade was lively also. Justice free, also pamphlet tell- Home ot swampRoo
Page held court and disposed of one ing all about It. including many of the
cge .thousands of testimonial letters received
Mr. Ed. Goddin and Miss Martha from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
Kelly were married at the residence of & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
the bride's father on Thursday night, mention this paper.
the 9th, Rev. Thos. J. Isler officiating.-
The marriage ceremony was performed removed. Many fences and some builld-
at 7:30. The bride and groom received ings are in such a dilapidated condition
many congratulations and some hand- that they are an eyesore to the public.
some and valuable presents from their These should- be repaired and given at
-many friends present. Supper was an-, coat of whitewash- anything to help
nounced and all partook bountifully of beautify the place. The trash piles
the repast. The music started, the may be the lurking places of all kinds
young folks led off in a dance, which of disease germs., By burning all re-
was kept up until a late hour, when all fuse matter and using a good disii-
went home, seeming to have enjoyed fectant, the life of some loved one
it. Mr. Goddin is an employee of Lewis may be saved.
& Lowviy. He and his handsome Cleanliness promotes health. Aside
are now domiciled in a neat homu, from this, the improved appearance of
which he had prepared for her. the city should be sufficient inducement
We are sorry to say that Mr. Hamp to cause every one to join wi.h the Til-
Lawhon is suffering greatly from the lahassee Improvement Association in
cut on his knee. cleaning up the streets.
Larkin Bobinson, father of John L. The numerous parks need looking aft-
,iobinson, our leading merchant, of ter, too. They add largely to the
Woodville, is suffering from la grippw. beauty of the place, and are objects of
Miss Evelyn Wooten, having finished admiration to all visitors. Tallahassee
her school at Ocklocknee, has talien is on the eve of the most prosperous
charge and opened another school in era in her history. In fact, the upward
the Chaires neighborhood. Success to movement has already started, and if
Miss Evelyn. the people will only help, the Capital
Mr. Alexander, representing the Car- City will soon be taking rapid strides
roll & Adams Shoe Company, of Balti- forward. 0
more, was in Woodville this week.
Mr. Davidson, representing Baker & CHILDREN ESPECIALLY LIABLE.
Holmes, of Jacksonville, was in Wood- Burns, bruises and cuts are extreme
ville this week. Burns, bruises and cuts are extreme-
Rev. S. C. Revell occupied the pulpit y painful and if neglected often result
in the Baptist Church Saturday and in blood poisoning. Children are espe-
Sunday. cially liable to such mishaps because
Miss Hattie Oder left Woodville on not so careful. As a remedy DeWitt's
Sunday afternoon to take a position as Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled. I(
assistant teacher in the Crawfordville draws out the fire, stops the pain, sooi
Academy, Wakulla county, heals the wound. Beware of counter-
H. H. Isler left Woodville yesterday feits. Sure cure for piles. "DeWitt'is
to visit his sister at Bradfordville and Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby o(
will return to Lloyds the last part of eczema after two physician's gave her
the week. up." So writes James Mock, N. Web-

Feb. 1, I.)L

Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from a son e of duty, having, titel the wonll-rrfiil effect
of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has be-n a:ilicetit wkh |Iia m le nl=.ttin
for the iwt 12 years. Haviin exhausted lily own skill, as well as ma, iytlfit, I 1-iiii11. i .e "
your sign upon your windows on 130th street, Neow York, I t .once obto.ct a Zotti .\ -tlhm.
lene. My wife commenced Litking it about the l1rit of November. 1 vt, soun noti--.l a radical
improvement. Alter uslSig one bottle her AAthlna has disappeared an'ih is eniirelv ire iro
all symptonis. I f-el that I can consi-tently recommend tti. m-diie' aut ) Mi whi) ar*- a:llicte.l
with thbi disLease.
Yours respectfully, #0.-D. Pl E L'S, M. D.

DR. TAFT BROS MEDICINE Co.: Feb. 5, 1901.
Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 2'2 years. I have tried nuimcraus rmin, lies, but
they have all failed. I ran aero-s your advertisement arid started with i toriMl bottle. I founl- Ire-
liei at once. I have since -luiehasLd your full-s.ze bottle, and I am ever.gratcful. I have family
of four enildren, and for six years was'unable to work. I am now in tL, be'-t if heialthi and am
doing business every duay. This testimony you can n.ake such use of aseou see lit
Home address, 235 Rivington street. AS. RA 'IAEL.,
67 East 1' t New York City.


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OR TEN The Rev. C. F. EI*F% of Villa Ki,,e. Ill
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YEAR good condition. I caniut teli you how thaumknuli
YEA R Stel for the good deriveoi from it. I wi,. a bla-ve
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years I despaired of ever txrinug c- r d i -aw vo-,
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trial To my a-tomshn^snt, the t ial acte I likes
charm. Send me a fl bJotutle.'

Rev. Dr. o *is Wechsler,
BI *Rabbi of th4 (lg. inal Ira-h.
SEW- Yo'K, .ha. 191
DRS. TAFT Bios. MEbi4E Co.:
Gentlemen: Your A n.imtleene is in xLecilent
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sition alleviates all troialeis WVhi'i.-l ,>:i;,iC with
Asthma. Its success i oJi .ihiasii ai'1 ,,i-.1leriu
A.ter having it carefi~y analyzed,. w, C:ti state
- gigii that ,Asthmalene cO utL a 11 ,oipiin, urphine
ch.oroformorether. Very truly *oiar'.


*Rev. Dri%1&JttI -i

AvwNSo% lN. Y.



MUNSON POND NOTES. of blood disorders, is especially useful 78 Charte Gardner........ 1600
Munson Pond, Jan. .Mers fevers, skin eruptions boils, pim- 2 A he ..... .... 18
I SOo) ChrloeCubb.... .. 160
Cain Strickland James Moody DIes, blarkheiaul, scrofula, salt rheum k bl Celsa Now .........*t
made a deal in estate the rst of and every form of blood impurity; it 4 82 EJAttaway............ i
this year, by which r. Mobdy bought la a safe ana effectual cure. Price, 50 I8 Lar Patterson "". 1ro
of Mr. Strickland old Brown Ham- cents. At Wight & Bro. M DuM -ci .......... 1800
mock, formerly o ed by Mr. A. J. 8 AE Wil ..........000
Fish. The track ntaina 440 acres, FLAGLER TO THE FRONT. are among best niown F rnTie P ider".. 15
more or less. Som y or sixty acres of the many dangerous s88 cD Richardson ......... ft 00
are fenced, and i roved land. Also wild plants and shrubs. W0 Amand* Parrish.......... 1601
three or four good are on the Donates $20,000 for Gymnasium at the To touch or handle them 1 Del a aKnht .. ... 0
eTo touch or handle them ..HT Robin .............-0
place. The price p UAd n between State Agricultural College. qicklyproducesaswellingW iaRyn................. 16
$500 and $700. '1 land is abbut one llege. andinflammation within- 4 Hasty Jenkins .......... 22 00
mile north of M n Pond, tense itching and burning ... A. er ... ......... 1 6
Mr. W. D. Attki te last session of th e StateLeg- of the skin. The eruption er............1600 The eruption W J HStman .............. 2 (
Mr. W. Do. Atki who lives on the is latre an appropriation was made soon disappears, the suf- ss L Taylorn................ 15 1o
Building this wnte mile or contemplates for the purpose of erecting a gymna- ferer hopes forever; but Wg M B Long... e............ 15 (Mt
building this te mile or so from slum at the Florida Agricultural Col- am as so at l ".0.0 F..B Henderon......... 1601.
the lake on his n place which he lege at Lake City. rouh C01almost as soon as the little blisters and 901 F J naker .......I-..... ""
entered recently fro Uncle am. i Through.some fw pustules appeared the poison had reached 1W MR iRaker............ ..: 2100
enteMr. Jamed recentlMoody fro Unle is going to the matter, the money was not forth- the blood, and will break out at regular Ethel Jones.........16
rebuild his water ths inter, so cominfor the purposeand the college intervals and each time in a.more aggra. Nmann e with 'ool. .:..... 1m
he an give the peop thsome good winter, so has been compelled to do without a vated form. This poison will loiter in the 6 A M Norman.............. :0,
he can give the peop -some good water 1nri,,H .err................... ...
gymnasium. system for years, and every atom of it J H Wester............... ( 0
mill meal.. HG Edwards ......25 i4
Mr. Jonah Britt, we are told, has Mr. Henry M. Flagler, the great rail- must be forced out of the blood before you 9 E S Edwards ............. .'I N0
bought the old Cox mestead on Lake road magnate, has come to the rescue can expect 4 perfect, permanent cure. 910 w J Johnson............' 15 10
iHenrietta, north of unson Pond. He however, aid the college will soon have 91l Henry Duhsrt, Jan or..... 12
bought it of Real E te Agent W. W. one of the best gymnasiums in the Nalt9'S Ailli 91 E John3on............ 20 M)
McGriff. Mr. Britt ms to be one of south: On Monday Governor Jennings si94 Po-tage stamis. etc .. 2 50
the most enterprise g -and thorough- received a telegram from George W. 9 Gilmore& Davis Co............ sup.
going young men so th of town. Wilson, editor-in-chief of the Jackson- il N re s PisOM s, 91 J 1Stroman ............. 7 0.
Mr .lonh MO(---l in, vilie Times-Union and Citizen, notify- 917h Tallahasce Racket Co... 3:
Mr. Joseph Moo is clearing up ville. h imehUin h Ctiren notify is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison 918 W J Hartsfield, woLl. :1 IE
ground and fixing for another himthathe hadrceiveda letter and all noxious plants. It is com 919 RW wen.............. l
He has traded Old E1k, the horse for- rom Mr. Henry M. Flagler, which au- posed exclusivelyof .ootsand herbs. Now 9-) Janitor Leon Academy... 9n
merely owned by L C. Yeager, for a theorized Mr. Wilson to say that Mr. is the time t get the poison out of yor G HAveit wood ......
fine gray. Flagler would donate $20,000 for the system, as delay makes your condition !z Juawtor Colored Graded 2
Mr. Leon Moody i having rails split purpose of erecting a gymnasium at worse. Don't experiment longer with sch ol ... .... ......... 62a
to renew his fence He visited his the Florda Agricultural College. salves,washes and soaps-they never cure. ec ember .ry r m 87
children in town at Rev. James Hol- This munificent gift will be very ac- Mr. S.M. Marshall, bookkeeper of the Atlanta 9W5 Glhert H .rLftield ........ .22 40
lands's on the 10th i tant. Mr. Moody ceptable to the college, and will place (Ga.) Gas Light Co., was poisoned with Poison 92!t R J 1- vans................ 14 00
is a widower now t from the way it in the front rank among the agr- Oak. He too* Sulphur, Arsenic and various T 97 G I Davis................. 15 40
is a widower now, t from the way it in the front rank among the agri-other drugs, and applied externally numerou-
he is going to see e girls out west cultural institutions of the South. lotions and salves with no benefit. At times the $2,342 36
will not be so long. Physical as well as mental develop- swellingand iiflammation was so severe he was G. I DAVI
Mr. G. W. Allig is repairing his ment should be the object of schools break out every season. on. Hiears conditionwaswoulch W. But. chairman o Board.
fences and cleaning p ground for an- and colleges, and the best way to ac- improve I afteRtaking one battle of S. S. S., and
other crop. complish this is through systematic a few bottles cleared his blood of the poison, and ---
Mr. Lewis Horn, eman on the C. exercise in gymnasiums. Mr. Flagler all evidenccsot the disease disappeared. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
T. & G. railroad, I his infant child !has displayed a generosity that will be eole a' often. poisoned without hen ou take rove- Tatele Ar
w o r w. E xpl ai n y u r c a s he n i-o il tust e ( ro v e''. T"i tclaens C ii ll roniev
last week. We ex d our .-heartfelt highly appreciated by students and n tong wnen or how. Explain your cawse hause the formula is plainly printed on every
sympathy to the be aved parents. faculty of the Florida Agricultural Col- fully to our physicians, and they will itt'e showingg that it is simply Iron ad Qui-
e cheerfully give such information and ad- nine in a tasteles foi No cuiC. ay SOC.
Mr. J .oL. Borntri htmwholhasnhadin ege. vice as you require, without charge, and
rth John Horn gris mill and gin in we will end ht the same time an intest- TATEET./
vcharg e for the past ar, has turnt wiit NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ing book on !Blood and Skin Diseases. Made Under Section 35, Chatr 4U5, Lass
over to its owner. Boatwright will .i
devote his attention his'farm and Department of the Interior, Land THE SWIFT, SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. of Florida.(1893.)
stock. Office at Gainesville. Fla., Jan. 13, 1902. --- Showing the amount ot taxes charged to thb
Tax Collector of Leon county. FlorilIa, to I.
Mr. Dawson Boatw ght, who lost the Notice is hereby given that the fol- Tallahassee needs several factories, Tcilcetu for the current year 11.qand t0e
only two horses he ned, in October, lowing-named settler has filed notice and there is enough idle capital here apportionment of the same to the severe
by blind staggers, h with the help of !of his intention to make final proof in to build them. A number of moneyed funds for which "uch taxes have bein leviet
his country and to friends, obtained 'support of his claim, and that said men have expressed a desire to sub- including poll tad with county sch fund.
another animal-a fi e mule. proof will be made before Wm. C. scribe for shares in a stock company to poll tax 9..... .. a o
Mr. Albert Hartsfle and Miss Maud Hodges, U. S. Commissioner, at Talla- be organized for the purpose of build- Am' collected and paid to Oct.
E. Boatwright were married at the hassee, Fla., oni Feb. 24, 1902, viz: ing factoriesandboomingtheCapital 2, 1901......................... 99209
residence of the br e's parents re- George McGilbert, of Tallahassee, Fla., City. All it requires is for some one to APPORTIONMENT.
cently by the Rev. C| (. Scarborough. Hd. g6639 for the N. W. Sec. 18, Tp. take the initiative in the matter. Genera revenue ..............$ ,301 86
There was a large co ourse of friends 2 S., :R. 2 E. He names the following 23 1901ecte d paid o.................
assembled to witn the marriage. witnesses to prove his continuous resi- NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION. Fines, forfeitures................... ,808 21
The bride and groo received some dence upon and cultivation of said o th Amount collected paid to Oct. 21
valuable presents fro loving friends, land,' viz: P. D. Lewis, of Woodville, Office at Gaieslle, Fla., Dec. 2, 1901. Brd es. cuverts. etc....... ...
They are stopping at resent with Mr. Fla.;: W. F. Page, of Woodville, Fla.; Notice is heby given that the follow Amoun colleoted an paid to Oct.
W. J. Hartsfield and fe. Hill Lowry, of Woodville, Fla.; Wella yieo 23, 1o 0 1.. ........ ..... 246 67
W. J. HartsBSeld and fe. RVE Hilliwry, of Woodville, Fla.; Wella ing named settler has filed notice of County Schools, laeludin. -pd ... 1 6i3535
OBSERVER. Hamlin, of Woodville, Fla. his intention to make final proof in Amoint collected and paid .. Oct.
HERBINE should used to enrich W. G. ROBINSON, Register. support of hIs claim and that said prof At 901.......... .. ... 3535
and purify the blood; cures all forms Till Feb. 24.] will be ma e before Clerk Circuit Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, F a.
Court at Talahassee, Fla., on Jan. 11,
1902, viz,, Beinjamin Franklin, of Talla-
hassee, Fla., Pd. 25368 for the N. hf. of In the Circuit Court, Second liciil
N.E. qr. of action 26, Tp. 1 S., R.1E. Crcut of Florida m and f Leon
Rheum ti m Cannot redHe names te following witnesses to County-In Chancery.
prove his continuous residence upon Ben C. Chaires and George Greenho as ex-
and cultivation of said land, viz: W. ecutors of the last will and testament f Julia
Leading Physicians everywhere Assert That Oils and Liniments Have .. Pratorio. of Tallahassee, Fla.; Jno. ettes, late of sad county of de-
ceased, etc, complainants, vs. ( via C.
No Value Wbatpver. Williams, of Tallahassee, Fla.; W. L Greenhow. wifeofthe said George G uhow,
Ward, of ahassee, Fla.; Fred settle G. Beard. Garland Shpard, tte .
Nims, of Talaa Fla. KLaocheand James H. Lauoche, her band,
Nims, of Tal a Fla.-D, -efendants.
Local applications f oils or lini- Medi Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. A ROBINSON, Register. It having been made to appear by the dvit
ments never cured a enuine case of completetreatment will be mailed, ofGeorge Gr enhow. one of the ants In
ets n d u o postage paid, on receipt of One dollar, monthly Fiae Statmet Board of Pub- this cause, that the defendant. Garland paid,
Rheumatism and n will; because postae paid, on receipt of One of oCo lr is a residentof New esi Penn
and so confident is the doctor that his e-Sti-t-io --sylvana., and 'he defendants. Letter 8. IRoche
Rheumatism is a bl(cod disease and remey will do everything that he December, 1901 and James H, I aRoche, her husband, esi-
must be eradicated by a constitutional claims it will do-a confidence born WARRANT IWD JoNUARY 7, 1902. In of psnanthe New York, a tha
treatment. To Dr. B. Clark, the of experience, observation, and results No. gae-ToH Demllly. salary...... $ S5 00 service of a subpoena upon whom w bind
celebrated specialist, re than to any of years of demonstration in cases con- 33 Mis Hennie Chaires....... 50 Co any of the aoresaid defendants, and t each
other living physician, the honor due sidereol incurable that the company will 4 Mah Epen.............. the s defendants over the ae o twenty-
of having discovered the result of refund the price paid in every case Si c M Brevard ........... 5000 It is therefore ordered that the said de dants
many years of study and research, an where Dr. Clark's Rheumatic Remedy J .o.tgomery .......... .0 H Garlae. heard, Lettle LaRodh h James
absolute specific for he most aggra- fails to give the desired relief. Or- n sallary: ........ ..: 000 Lreuioeheadt r to te ba othey hereby
rated form of Rheoipatism, whether diniarily cases cured :in a few days; Mo Florence Howell ..... s 00 in at the office of the clerk of said co-t in the
Acute, Chronic, MusculAr, Sciatic or In- chronic cases require longer but in 841 Ivu e Sauls ........... 40 n00 City of Tallahasee, Florida, on Moda the 3d
842 H Pi Woodberry... 75 00 day of february, A. D. 1902 and that order
flammatory, Rheumatid Gout, Neural- every instance a permanent cure is 84 Gr~aee Knap.............. 3000 bepublishedoncea weekfor four Mtive
gia or Lumbago. Thlasremedy is con- absolutely guaranteed. Medical ad- 144 Eve 'n Woolen......... .. 30 00 weeks in the Weekly Tallahasseean, aper
sidered one of the latest advances vice, and where necessary, a special 45 r& ard ...............3 00 puishea in e said county o Leon. n
in medical science in Acent years, and course of treatment indicated, furnished 847 Lendra "illiams .......... 30 00 (SEAL.) and the seal thereof, theis the day r
it will be gratifying t Rheumatics to any of our readers who will write the s4 vinmie Maters ............ 3000 January, A. D. 1902.
know that there is new obtainable a Clark Medical Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., giv- 49 uie urring............ 00 rerk Circuit c eonC R la
remedy that cures affier all else has ing their symptoms and a short history &15 Kate u ino d.............. 30 (Il STATE OF FL ORIDA,
failed. Dr. Clark's Rhiumatic Remedy of the; disease. As this service is free 85, Clara A ,derson.......... 40 011 County of Leon. f
is now for the first titne purchasable no one afflicted with Rheumatism can I, Ande rsn ... I. Council A. Bryan, clerk of the Ci Cort
through his sole age ts, the Clark afford to ignore such a generous offer. Mau ni. .... ....... ...25 00 in ant for the county aforesaid, do here certify
.A Daisy Tm.I- e.... ..... .... n that the foregoing is a true copy ol the riinal
7 L W ANYearruh...........r u 0 oder of publication in the foregoing as
S. L May Miller............... ............. appearson file and of record in my ofi
*R aWi E C EBppes................ tn Witness my hand and officist seal this at day
mW 7 10 .leinie Moore.... .........30 0 [SEAL.] of January, A. D 190 2.
M Ma1 H K^axwell........... 2Bl to -CoUNCI A RY
E A Mamle Stewart........... **. -44w Clerk Circuit Court I cou Fla.
Y UIHEAD El l A thor............... :10 (
865 Ellen AEthorpA............. U0 (* : Guardian's Sale.
.;.*7 Frank Hart-ti,:ld.......... :;) W Notice is h-reby riven that the und* igned.

D E. ANOI. S*i J G Kiile. .................0 ("i guardian 01 Mabel Maxwell anl Penny well,
J et W E W' vani.... ........... :) (A minor heirs of B. F. Walker. deceased 11 sell
SIl' o J H Frazier.......... ..... 30( at private s ,le on Friday January 31st 1 2, the
U1, ['w .*['//[*" ""I71 Christine -mith .. .. .... i(t, following deer lxdl tract of land. lying be-
DE ? i 72 F J .oiiuton............ .. :0 1ia In In o County, Riute of Florida' to
A AT T AS ,7:3 I% C Forlx-s................. W30 4 The southwest quarter of secti n se I*en
SALL CASES OF I74 I C Baker......... ........ 3l w (17), lownship three, () north, ln~ge (12)
hEAFN ES5 O* A A IN" Jackson ........... .1 i;l east, containing 160acics ,in more or l I Also
876 mnamma Rl............... .6 () the eas hali of the half of the ea st
7ri. -B C- AA(Larrett ... I (H, qlart.,!r 9f section ei;hieen (18). Townsh he
...... (3) north. Range two (n2) east, contain forty
ARKNOW. CURABLE ---acres more or less.
4 by our newinentio. Only those born deaf are incurable. MAXWELL G
BALTIMORE, Md., March 30, 190!.
Cenflenex*-- Being en ly cared of deafness, thanksJo your treatment, I will now give you
a full history of my case, to t used at your discretion.
About five years ago m right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
my hearing in this ear entire e
I underwent a keatment catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num-
ber" of physicians, among oers the most eminent ear specialist of this city. who told me that
only an operation could hel me, and eve that only temporarily, that the bead noises would
then cease, but the hearing i the affected ear would be lost forever. o e outt -
I then saw your adve net accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat.
aent. After I had used it ly a few days according to your directions. Ahe noises ceased, and
toay. after five weeks, my g in the diseased ear has been entirely restored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours,
V.I A. WERMAN, 73 S. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment 1ot eitelrfere wit yowurr usua occUa
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7 TmIuLWftI of Flowers come every week.- naught She must bear her disap.
Douglas (Ga.) Breeze. polntment and suffering in silence,
Q IE CONSTITUTION ASSIGNS. aly realizing the words of the poet:
?,_S. a- t or ne Weekly Constitution, published "Of all sad words of tongue or pen e
^ Vl* at rcel .-[- .s n ...ha luc. The The saddest are these, 'It might nave
JgJ- 17 %at jlontcllo, is In hard luck. rThe been.'"
-4-. (o r~)'.. .. .6.$L editor has been forced to make an as-
-Ja TI-. gopr. ment to satisfy his creditors. In Don't make the experiment, girls, -o
q i BL d Pirr. ^a lengthy editorial summing up the matter how much you may lov3 the

B hmas ,t.... causes necessitating the step, Brother man. If he does not love and respect
_b_ .ar of Brackett Reed, the erst- Smth says: you enough to reform before marriage,
a aof the American Congress, "This opposition came from parties rest assured he will not O4 s) after.
St o Oblivion? whose main hope of keeping their own If e really loves you, you can easily
1 larectoar of the census has an- heads up depended on their pulling twist him about your finger while he is
l the per centage of increase in down the heads of others. Their un- your lover only, and make him do just
I.iferent parts of the country, and friendly criticisms' consisted of state- as you say. Begin the reformation be-
the South shows the greatest gain. ments and publications that were fore the nuptial knot has been tied, if
I Anwh ly untrue, and without the slight- you want it ot be effective, it may be.
SZ voting for men to fill the various est foundation; in fact, statements too late after he has captured the
ImCe the voter should take into con- tha were conceived in malice, made in Love is a beautiful thing. It is es-
Mlatie on the moral and mental fitness "jeal usy, and circulated with a desire sential to the happiness of home. But
in the men aspiring to the positions. and hope to injure." love is blind, and it should not take
MPEROR Billy, of Germany, has de- V know nothing about the unfor- the place of common sense and pru-
cdded to name the schooner-yacht he tun te circumstances that forced Mr. dence in selecting a husband. Love
S b hving mbuilt here Alice, in honor of Smi h to make an assignment, but the the man you marry, yet remember that
the ldaghter of President Roosevelt. abo e excerpt contains a whole ser- the man who can not show a fairly
moi on the power of slander's tongue. clean bill of moral health is not fit for
A coxTLNUors diet of politics soon H re is a legitimate establishment a Husband's honors. If you wish to Fe-
MiB on the stomach of the average doi a large business, givi g employ- form him, see that the work is comn-
malder. They like a little news now men to many people, publishing a pa- pleted before you give up your liberty.
aml then sandwiched in between times. per that reached more than 20,000 After you are thoroughly satisfied

PIrFOR has not spitted hon s, forced so the wall by the circu- that he has renounced all his objc-
bo for so longthat the people ati of statements that were "con- tionable habits, ceased sowing iis
am1 'e he must bensick. What has be- ceiv d in malice, made in jealousy "wild oats," and settled down, will be
ome of the South Carolina fire-eater. and circulated with a desire to injure." time enough to be led to the altar.: iL
come 'A the South Carolina fire-eater. I
Wh t a sad commentary on mankind, he does not reform, tear his image from
We understand that Blanchard, of and tow true the words of 3urns that your heart, and after the wound heals
the Tallahasseean, is 'lectioneering for "ma 's inhumanity to- man makes you will be happier.
31Btill down in his "deestrict." Bet Es- courless thousands mourn." Woman, if she would exercise her
till carries Florida solid this fall.- TI s case is only one of thousands power at the right time, can make man
(oiglass (Ga.) Breeze. whe slander's tongue ha8 blighted better. The time to use this power is
Sbest men in the land, morally, the opes of those who have worked while he is a lover seeking a husband's
really and educationally, are not too har to reach the goal of success. privileges. Don't risk your future hap-
INed toly and ed ucationally, are not too. 'he are tears in the life story of pines on the false hope of reformation

3Miendships should not count when the score of deserving men and women, after marriage. The experiment will
Man is unfit to fill the office. brought there by the power of slan- be found an extremely hazardous orie,
mnan is unfit to fill the office. ,
der'4 venomous tongue. There may and when too late, you will awaken 'to
A WAB correspondent, George E. Gra- not a word of truth in the reports, a realizing sense of your mistake.
ham, who was on the Brooklyn during not n atom of ground for their foun- ;
the battle of Santiago, has written. a dati But the scandal mongers don't THE whole country wants to tender a
book. It will not meet the fate of care or this. They have discovered a reception to Admiral Schley. It !is
'"Historian" Maclay's "history." ra'ee orsel, and with the blood-suck- said that fying straws indicates the
ing stincts of a vampire, roll it in direction the wind blows. The indica-
Charles M. Schwab evidently desires their mouths with a gusto that would tions now are that the straws are drift-
to pose as "the man that broke the Ie a using were not some one's goou ing towards the White House, and if
bank at Monte Carlo." Many others nam at stake the hero oi Santiago should land there
have become imbued with the same as- Se. nor age make no difference to it would be a just rebuke to the clique
rations, but the bank still runs. these.human fiends The least indis- of minnows that are nibbling at him.
Frmux the number of accidents oc- creti(t on the part of man .y woman "SARA Bernhart has quit wear g
warring throughout the country, is seed with avidity. Mole hills are tights. Probably found them too wear-
brought about by pointing guns-at peo- magnified into mountains, and we can ing cn her shape," remarks an esteem-
Vile "just for fun," it is quite evident hear ihe scandal-mongers laugh in ed contemporary. No; the tights a!e
that there is still plenty of work for gnouish glee, as they mercilessly rend all made larger than the "divine'e
the "fool-killer." into Ireds the reputation of their un- Sara's limbs, and it takes too much
tortuniate victims. To make ,bad mat- padding to make them fit
In dealing with offenders it is the o t n w
ters vorse, there is no way o0 stopping
duty of the courts to mete out justice. t s MmS. NATION says that when she gets
the gging tongues. There never is
caremnstances sometimes necessitates I oweri married again the people can take it as
in su cases. The law is powerless.
th tempering of justice with mercy iat js w makes suc attacks a an indication of insanity. Let us
t too much mercy deprives justice ofThat what m cowardly such a sile Carrier is right for once. The
the mpre cowardly. i -
its power for good. Th slander is started. It may be poor man would certainly be crazy, and

SC.LHty would not make any very small 'at first. But iL is rolled about a fit subject for the asylum.
strenuous objection to being swallowed from mouth to mouth, gaining in CURES BLOOD POISON AND CAN-
]by a whale, but it has been real annoy- strength until, like the- avalanche, it CER.
ing to have such small-fry sharks as sweeps with irresistible force all before Eating sores, swellings, falling hair,
sLong, 1Crowninshield and Sampson it into a bottomless abyss of despair. mucous patches, ulcers, scrofula, ach-
ibbling at his character. Even e shadow of death winot stop ing bones and joints, itching skin,boils,
fibbing at his character. ven tTe shao of deat pimples, etc., by taking Botanic Blood
Au Kander's onward march. It seems to Balm (B. B. B.) made especially to
A UI up Kentucky went int) be inherent with some people to tear cure malignant blood and skin dis
a newspaper office the other dlay to down the reputation 'of others. They eases. B. B. B. heals every sore and
'whip the editor. There was a funcril can't hel it It is the way of their makes the blood pure and rich. Over
mxtt day, and the editor, while he n- world, yet we can not help rqrarking 3000 cures of worst and most obsti-
.i.he. the corpse. was not the cr > nate cases by taking B. B. B. Drug
missed the corpse, was not the .... that it is a mean, brutal, owardly gists, $1. Describe trouble and trial
Comment unnecessary, way bottle sent free by writing to Blood
Balm CQ., Atlanta, Ga. ,
Too Mucu mouth has blasted the WOMAN AND MARRIAGE. :
itipes of hundreds of aspiring patriots. "Quick lunch" is one of the common-
Tlhrough remaining silent many me ... est of city signs. The sign doesn't say
have gained wo married a man to reform him. 'a healthy lunch of good food"-the
e g d te r o of She may succeed, but the chances are character of the food apparently is not
ing great wisdom, and indeed it takes .. considered It
one hundred to one against. considered.. It's just a quick lunch,-
a wise man to keep his mouth closed at Such marriages occur every day, and eat and get away. Is it any wonder that
the right time. S r o the stomach- breaks down? Food is
almost invariably the self-sacrificing thrown at it, sloppy, indigestible and
" TE Duke of Manchester has comrn- woman soon realizes that she over- innutritious food, very often, and the'

promised his breach'of promise suit lby estimated her power over an unworthy stomach has to do the best it can. Nor--
mally there should Le no need for med-
myirtg Miss Knight $5,000. He got ou, subject. And yet women will continue ical assistance for the stomach. But the
ot his scrape dead easy, because Papa to marry men with the hope of reform- average method of life is abnormal and
Zimmermann footed the bill. These rot- ing them. while this continues there will always
ten titles come high, but Ame.*i-an This is not because of any abnormal be a demand for Dr. Pierce's Golden
heiresses must have them. weakness on the part of woman. It ne which can berelied on to cure dis-
"Has ] eemies are throwing stones at rather emphasizes the old saying that cases of the stomach and other organs
love is blind. It is usually so blind that of digestion and nutrition. It is not a
Admiral Schley," remarked Father Hu- -cure-all. It is a medicine designed for
ga...'but the hero of Santiago is using the most glarmg faults almost become the stomach, and to cure through the
the missiles to erect to his own mem- virtues. When woman's eyes become stomach remote diseases which have
e .. blinded by the glamor of love, forgive- their cause in the derangement of the
cry a monument that will be more stomach and digestive and nutritive
durable than a shaft of Parian marble. ness or sins, even without penitence, system. It cures when all else fails.
seems a duty.
THE town that keeps everlastingly at The girl who really loves a man, feels IN BED FOUR WEEKS WITH LA
it. is the one that wins in the race for that she wields a wonderful influence GRIPPE.
supremacy. "Nothing succeeds like over him. No matter how worthless We'have received the following letter
success," an4-the town or individual he may be, she can find good in him from Mr. Rey Kemp, of Angola, Ind,:
that does things usually gets there. where no other can see it. He may be "I was in bed four weekswith lagrippe
S and I tried many remedies and spent
"-- a liar, a thief and a poltroon, yet she considerable for treatment with physi-
THE plaintiveness of Sampson's ef- believes in him because of her love. cans, but I received no relief until I
forts to win honors to which he is not Sometimes, when all her senses give tried Foley's Honey and Tar. Two
entitled is real touching. It is-too bad the lie to her heart, and she knows me and I nowtuse it exclusively in my
that the great strain is causing him to him to be unworthy, she forces .herself family." Take no substitutes.
]ose his mind. Still this will have no to believe in him, and to see "virtues
effect, as the American people, when that do not t-xist. Major Ephraim A. Poole, who died
tully aroused, are not in the habit of Who can satisfactorily explain this recently in Pikeville, Md., at the age of
letting sentiment override their sense Who can fathom the recesses of a wo- residents o Tallahassee He served
, of justice. man's heart? The innate goodness four years in the Confederate army,
and sweetness of some women make and afterwards traveled for Carhart &
DoPoWr Guerry is making big grand them re and in rturn f Bro., New York. He had a host of
atand plays over In Georgia. First, he them easy prey, and n return fr their friends.all over Florida, to whom lihe
sincere desire to reform the obj.- t of sent his dying love. Some years ago
mae 'a meteoric rush to capture the their love they receive heart-aches, L3 was confirmed by Bishop Gray, of
-amaierance people. Now he is after ,._ _, .. n...n.n. thi l hninal -hn,^

serve at the foot of Monroe street, in
tne southern part of Tallahassee. Ac-
cording o the terms of agreement, the
company is to erect a depot, sidetracks,
freight houses, shops, and other neces-
sary buildings on the reserve.

As will be seen in another column,
the name of Mr. Harris Levy has been
announced as a candidates for the
council, subject to the decision of the
mass meeting tonight Mr. Levy is
one of our most enterprising business
men, and should he be the choice of
the people, would make a conscientious
officer. ;I
It has been cynically said that any- I
thing can oe sold by advertising now-
a-days. this is not so. Many liniments
have been advertised, but only one--
Perry Davis' Painkiller-has stood the
test of sixty years' use. Today its pop-
ularity is greater than ever and is
based not upon what anybody says, but
upon what the remedy does. There is
but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'.
Every Saturday, in fact, every time:
a crowd comes to town, travel along
Monroe street is rendered almost im-
possible on account of the people con-
gregating in squads and blocking up
the sidewalks. This is a nuisance that !
ought to be abated, and the police
should have strict instructions to keep
the crowds moving.
Quite a number of men have been
mentioned for mayor of the Capital
City, and voters who attend the mass
meeting at the city hall tonight should
see that only competent men of un-
doubted integrity are selected.

A number of hunting parties have
been out in the woods the past week.
A majority of the Nimrods killed noth-
ine but time and ammunition. A few,
however, had better luck, and returned
with well filled game bags.

Tallahassee has a bright future. With
two new railroads, the new capitol, and
other improvements under way and
contemplated, there should be a whole-
some revival all along the line.

Everybody who can conveniently do
so should set out a patch of strawber-
ries. Truck farmers can make large
profits cultivating all kinds of small
fruits and vegetables.
4 4, 4
Tallahassee has been peculiarly for-
tunate in escaping disastrous conflagra-
tions. Nevertheless, the Capital City
should be prepared for emergencies.

County Commissioner W. D. Stouta-
mire, of Bloxham, was an interested
spectator at the corner-stone laying at
the capitol Tuesday.
+ +
Mr. T. J. Isler, the Tallahasseean rep-
roe-ontative at Woodville, came in Tues-
day to attend the corner-stone lay-
.1. .A6 ,A

County Commissioner W. J. Johnson
was in the city Tuesday, and, of course,
witnessed the capitol corner-stone lay-

Get the Most
Out of Your Food
You don't, a:ul c:;n't if vour stomach
is weak. A weak .-:;,omach does not di-
gest all that is :i);'iiy ta'.kea into it.
It gets tire- e:;i!:y, m;.. wh':tt it fails to
digest is w\astt.
Among the ~~-frs of a v.:aik stornach
are uneasinl ; i," (-.,,,, nt. of In'r-
vous heada:h,, and di-.!:eeable belch-
"I have taken o:l'.V at
different timn:; for : < li troubles, c::l a
bUnl down (CO)4itic *:V tht &. t:':n', anl h'vc
been greatly by'.-tit.i !y it., u.: J woh;l
not he winhout it i'l my f:.;L,':. P ,m trou-
bled especially in su:nmer with we:,i-k !tto,-
ach iand maU. ;t"!lli :lllom;d's o rs.:. ari!-a
invaluable." E. I. I in A, W.(l( ster, Ia.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Strengthen and tone the stomach and
the w.;hole digestive- system.
G;UAltl)IAN'S NOTI'4 'E.
Notice is hereby given that, as gaardini
of thi estate of ('ICharles L. Il .Milv a
ilinor. I will apuly to tUe fi nii. it. .\. \bil-
field. <-ounty judge of Leon county. Fla., at
his offitee in tile court house of said couiity,
in tlie city of Tallahassee, oi .Monday., tile
17th day of l-ebruary, A. 1. 3112. at ten
oe4clk a. inm. or as soon thereafter :as I can
be heard, for authority to sel the interest
of the stid minor in the following descrilwd
real estate, situate in said county, to-wit
,/, 1 E. of S.' .E W I/, of
S. E. 14. and E. of S. W\V. 1/, of S. E. ,
of Sec'. 2 : S. E.' of Sec. 14; N. '$ of
N E. './ N. of E. K 1of N. E'. I/,, S.
W\. 4 4of N. E. S. E. / of N. W. i-and
S. ,'. ot Sec. 11 ; N. W. /1 of N. E. of
See. 14: in T. 2 N. of It. 1 E., containing
1,000 acres, more or less
W. A. DeMILLY, guardian .
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
:iall persons having any claim or demand
:afilnst the estate of Annie S. llartt. de-
ceased, late of Leon county, Florida, are
called upon to present them duly authenti-
e:ated to the undersigned administrator of
her estate within one year (her estate not
exceeding $2,tO) from January 17th. 1s2,
the date of the first publication of this no-
tice; otherwise this notice will be pleaded
in bar of the same.
Tallahassee. Fla., Jan. 17, Rlt9. 8t
Articles of Incorporation made and en-
tered into this 17th day 9f January, A. )D.
jl)2. by and between S. Audiy, S. L. Fitz,
M. Carney, C. allon, It. Gallon, N. John-
son, ('. I Edwards,%. \W. Jones, A. Footman,
Napoleon Fitz, W. Sipio and S. Edwards,
who hereby associate themselves and such
otaer persons as may hereafter associate
with them, Into a b=dy corporate under the
constitution and laws of the State of Flor-
ida, and adopt the following as their Arti-
cles of Incorporation:
The name of ails corporation shall. be
;Loving Zion Society, No. 45, and its prin-
lcpal place of business shall be at Lake
Hall, Leon county, State of Florida; with
Power' to establish branch offices and places
jof business at such other place or places, in
Athe State of Florida, as the board of di-
rectors mar. from tim, t .ma t^...i..-_

ITIONAL CELE CITIES to Be the Greatest Ca.

tarrh Remedy of The Age.

ston, of O0
"Peru.a enti
very irritatn
believer in h
wuch trouble.'

for by the director
T'l'I term for wi
exist shall we nin
tlh date of the it

Thie business of
e- '>l-ctedI by .1
ecret:ary. 'Treau
I !i*'ectors. who( sit
'*'li'rs. ta' the.r
shall be held on t
of each and every
'u;'il meeting inl
-hull I, l.-> r,.tiv lt
President. S. I,. F
'. IL. Edwards st I
C.irI it. i. ( Ill:n.
Fit:'. ;pd Wiley
i:o.irdi of l tire-toi
A lt
The highest :ti
li:ability to which
:,qy time subject
dred dollars.
The n;::aes an
scriler:4. and the i
.d for by each, are
S. Audly. T:allal
M. ('arney. Talh,
S. ,. I'itz. Talla
S. iEdwards. Tall
Kw. Siioo. 'l'allah
NIlI-oleon Fitz. T
S'has. Edwards.
8. I.L
M. (
C. I

Subscrited and
16th day of J:anu:im

4ha, Neb., writes
ly relieved me of a
rough. Iam a firm
Efficacy for any

Hon. William VYoun.
blood, A4ditor 0o the Interi
writes frOm Washington, D. C., to
Dr. fartaman, Columbus, O., -
follows: "Pve often heard of yow
great medicine and have persua.
ed my w /f/ who has been iarc
of a sufferer from catarrh, to try
Perapa, and after using one bottle
she has wonderfully improved., ft
has proved all you have claimed
for It."
Hon. Rufus B. Merchant,
Superintendent and Dis-
bursing Officer, U. S. Post=
Office, Washington, D. C., says:
s/I take pleasure In commending
your tonic, having taken a bottk
of Peruna with very beneficial rq
suits. It is recommended to me
as a very excellent catarrh

Congressman David F,
Wilber, of Oneonta, M v.,
writes: I am fully convinced
that Peruna is all you claim for it
after the.use of a few bottles."

Congressman I r vi n e
Dungan, of Jackson) 0., writes:
asI desire to join with my many
friends in recommending your
invaluable remedy Peruna to any-
one in need of an invigorating
spring tonic, or whose system is
run down by catarrhal troubles.'
We have letters from thirty,
eight members of Congress attest-
ing to the virtues of Peruna
Thousands of people in the corn
mon walks of life use it as .
family medicine.
For book of testimonials address
The Peruna Medicine Co., Colf-"
bus, 0.

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clh this crpor-ation sh.inll
ty-nine I !f9 yc;iars f'romi
Lance of Letters I'tell tl


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iLE V. V.
the ,or.r:pirion .sha-inll I h *
resident. Vice-P'resident. 4
fr and a IBoard or live "*
W be elected by tihen .-(ck- *
annual mMeetin.,. which
p l'rst Tuesd!.v in Miarch 1'
ea'r. Until tlhe' first an-
:arch,. 1902. Sa;muI Audiv -
4'. a;:1aIolln s!;ll: I \Viae- v
. sliall lo 'eSecrttarv and
11 I 'l'rea;suraer. and A. |*M
ani Edwards. N;aiil(,,in *
)i i sh'ill i.c nstitlat tthe,
ull i of indebhtedn-ss or P"
it e c rI rationn ,s'lf slA:1ll live hun- 4-
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re.idelnri-. of ilh. sub- +
'*'unt 'f1 stock siilscrib- +
s follows: +4
-se. l':i.. 2 sl:ars.
aisst-e. IFla.. 2 shlires..
isee. Fin.. 2 siare,;. 4-
m1assee. Fla., 2 hsAvres. 4-
see. FIn., 2 s*har s.
lahassee. 1";.. 2 shares.
TilF.mhntsee, Fla.,
FITZ. *-
IlNEY. *4
I AI'IDLY. President. 4
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'orn to beforee nie this
. A. I). 19o02,
IELD, County Judge. i

I New tore! Fresh Goods!

Ou s.k of Staple and Fancy Family Groceries has A1
just a lived, and it is all new and fresh. We. make
as Ityof .

SCan ed Goods, Meats, tA
? ,Coff Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits, Queensware,
Glass re, and everything kept in a real up-to-date
family grocery. "Full weights and low prices" is our
motto. Your patronage solicited. Free delivery to
all p of city.

V. Butler & Co..

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Fancj Good

Neckwear, Kid Clovw
Corsets, Hosiery,
Notions and

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Pcy Family Groceries in the



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THI~ L* T~Amu-~i& ti. :;I1F Y,.JANUARY ..174 1909.


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y Those Who Gather Items for
Tallahasseean Readers..

The Dentist. Dr. K. A. Shine.

Mr. R. M. Davidson, of Quincy, spent
esteraay in the city.
Everybody should attend the citizens'
iass meeting at the city hall tonight.
>r his home in Escambia county, af-
!r a business trip to the State Capital.
Fresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.
Judge George P. Raney has returned
rom a short buisness and pleasure
rip to Jacksonville.
Hon. B. H. Lewis, of Greenwood,
pent Sunday and Monday in Talla-
Mrs. A. H. Ginsberg and sister re-
irned Monday from a short and pleas-
t visit to Columbus, Ga.

We handle Landreth's
ill come true to name.
issee Drug Co.

seed. They
The Talla-

+ + +
Mrs. E. T. Spiller has returned to
lahassee from a pleasant visit of
weeks with relatives in Apalachi-

Representative Mortimer Bates, of
ned county, was here a few days
week from Mt. Pleasant, calling
We buy our seed in bulk and sell
Sany quantity desired. The Talla-
Drug Co.
Mr. E. Lamar Sparkman, a promi-
ut attorney of Tampa, was cirru-
ting on the streets of the Capital City

Those lace curtains at H. D. Hartt's
re real beauties. They are dreams of
ilmy delight, and would grace the par-
ors of a prince. Twenty-five patterns
) select from, at prices from $1 per
air up to $8. 10-3t
4 + 4
Quite a number of farmers were :in
own this week laying in supplies.
dearly all are getting ready for spring
4 + +
More than the usual number of coin-
ercial tourists have been in the Capi-
City the past week, and the hotels
id a good business.
Call at A eight & Bros'. and get a free
ple of Coke's Dandruff Cure.
Wis Ethel Jones, a popular young
y belle of Macon, Ga., is cx-
-in Tallahassee next week. She
the guest of Miss Clyde Raney.
Oar reputation as reliable seedsmen
too valuable for us to sell you any
good, fresh seed. The Tallahassee
Adjutant-General .1. C. R. Foster, of
Florida State Troops, will leave
for Washington, D. C., on impor-
t business.

+ +
There is an ad in this issue of The
lahasseean that will pay the gen-
public to read, and read carefully.
contains an offer that may mean
ey in your pocket. Look it up.
Whosoever has suffered from piles
ws how painful and troublesome
OINTMENT is guaranteed to
* piles. Price 50 cents in bottles.
bes, 75 cents. At Wight & Bro.
Hon. Angus Patterson, of Madison,
Grand Master F. & A. M., was
Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr.
rson conducted the services at
capitol corner-stone laying Tues-

Hon. Thomas M. Puleston, of Monti-
0lo, a leading Mason and county
Idge of Jefferson county, was a visitor
Tallahassee Tuesday. Judge Pules-
* came over to take part in the Ma-
ric exercises attending the capitol
Imer-stone laying.
Our seeds for early spring planting
Lie arrived. We have all the leading
ineties best adapted to this section.
he Tallahassee Drug C .
[ 4 + + +4
Van Vranken's show has been hold-
t forth in th.s city since Wednesday.
rest Tempest, the equine wonder, is
be of the main features of the show,
[lough there are other attractions.
last performance will be given to-
Pwow bight.

Kr. O. A. Cay brought into The Tal-
6seWan office Saturday the antlers
a buck killed at his place in the Pin-
"b a few days previously. One of .
e prongs had curved down over the
f's forehead and a tine had grown
ly an inch into the head, between
?0r that cough, takeLincan's Cough
rl). Sold only by Wight & Bro.
& Young daughter of Mr. and, Mrs.
y T. Perkins died Tuesday morn-
after an illness of only a few days.

Another cold wave struck the city
Saturday night, and for several days
thereafter overcoats were in demand.
Lace curtains add much to the at-
tractiveness of a room. H. D. Hartt
has a large variety of lovely patterns
,to select from. See them and you will
be sure to want them. 10-3t
Mr. Edward Eppes, of the Panacea
Springs Hotel, made a business trip to
Tallahassee Monday and called on The
Mrs. V. H. Gwinn, of Chattahoochee,
was in the city during the first of the
week, a guest of Governor and Mrs.
Mr. A. H. Ginsberg has been under
the weather several days this week. He
will make a business trip to Apalachi-
cola next week.
4 4 4
Insure a good garden by planting
Buist's Garden Seed. A fresh lot just
received at Wight & Bros.

Miss Evelyn Lewis, after a delightful
visit with friends in Jacksonville, re-
turned home Monday. During her stay
in the metropolis Miss Evelyn was the
guest of the family of ex-Governor
'Dr. Mitchell, of Jacksonville, was
called to Tallahassee Wednesday to
consult with home physicians concern-
ing the serious illness of a young child
of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Henderson.
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles
can always be prevented by the use of
Foley's Kidney Cure.

Mr. Richard Wilson has been spend-
ing several days in the city with rela-
tives, and while here shaking hands
with old friends.
Mr. Julius Hirschberg, the hustling
proprietor and general manager of the
El Provedo cigar taktory, made a busi-
ness trip to Jacksonville this week.
Hon. Charles M. Brown, member of
the Capitol Improvement Commission,
was here Tuesday from Ocala, to take
part in the corner-stone laying. Mr.
thrown was formerly representative of
Madison county in the State Legisla-
King of Malaria is King or all Chill
Cures and King of all Tonics. It drives
malaria from the system and mxnaks
'he weak strong. If you want the best
,-oa will take King df Malaria tasteless
Chill Tonic.
lion. D. M. Gronto, representative of
Bradford county in the State Legisla-
ture, spent a couple of days in Talla-
hiassee this week.

There has been a lull in the number
of marriages in Tallahassee recently.
Cupid has not been asleep, however,
and we have rumors of more nuptial
knots to be tied.
The Council at its last regular meet-
ing authorized the fire committee to
purchase a hose wagon and the neces-
sary apparatus to equip tie fire de-
partment. This does not include a
team of horses. The city dads, at- their
next meeting, should make arrange-
ments to give Tallahassee a fire depart-
ment second to none in the State.
During the four years Mr. W. D.
Wilson has been tax collector of Tal-
lahassee the amount of taxes due the
city was $44,697.61. Of this amount
Mr. Wilson han collected and turned
over to the proper officials just $44,-
680.66, leaving only $16.95 on the
books to be collected. This is an ex-
cellent record, and makes a good show-
ing for Tallahassee as well as for the
tax collector. It shows that Mr. Wil-
son has performed his duty faithfully
and conscientiously.

Dr.. w. aiLee, entqt. Phone No.
U. 48-lO1
" 4 +- +*
A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins,
druggist tt.
Another cold wave struck this sec-
tion yesterday about noon.
Attorney C. H. B. Floyd was a visi-
tor to Tallahassee Monday from Apa-
f 44 .,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lockhart, of
Americus, Ga., visited friends in the
Capital City during the week.
The impression seems to be pretty
general that Tallahassee is on the eve
of a very substantial boom.
Mr. S. A. Rawls, of Jacksonville,
Deputy Sneriff- Vaughn left Monday
had business in Tallahassee Monday.
Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight & Bros.
Mrs. Cotner, of Dothan, Ala., has
been spending several days very pleas-
antly with friends in Tallahassee-

FOR SALE-Good Turpentine and
Timber Mules for sale by C. A. CAY,
Tallahassee, Fla. J.17-4t
WANTED-Energetic specialty men;
large commission; exclusive territory.
McKISSACK & WISE, Plains, Ga. It
FOR SALE-Aa a low price, large
express horse and good -wagon and
harness. W. D. WILSON. (

The U. S. Live Stock Rqmedy pre-
pared by I. Morgan, has proved Invalu-
able as both remedy and cure for
cholera, sorehead and kindred diseases
in fowls and cholera in p s, and is
very beneficial also to horses and cat-
tle. For sale by Pringle & .Johnson.
Preparing the parlor and itiusic room
for the reception of guests will be an
easy matter if you start right with some
pairs of our fine lace curtals. Noth
ing gives the "grand air" to a room
like fine lace curtains. We ,ave twen-
ty-five different patters, ranging in
price from $1 to $8 per pair.
10-3t H. D. 4ARTT.

FOR SALE-A tract of 15: acres, lo-
cated one mile northwest oO, Tallahas-
see, about 50 rods west of Vainbridgo
road. Good five-room house barn and
other outbuildings, and a wql1 f good
water. For terms apply to IANDRE\,
HARTON, at residence, of aiuress him
at Tallahassee, Fla.
Dec. 13, 1901. 2m
We wish to call your attention to a
few important facts relatives to Blood
and Skin diseases. It has be n demon-
strated by the most scientific physi-
cians that all skin diseases ire caused
from a paracite or germ inithe sk:-
Doctors heretofore ha ve nrver been
able to find a medicine sufficiently
strong to kill or destroy the germ
without corroding or ruining: the flesh.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur is the only
known remedy that will kill the germ
and permanently cure all skin dis-
eases. As a blood purifier Hancock's
Liquid Sulphur has no equal. For sale
by Wsiht & Bro. tf

Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refupd the money if it tails to cure.
E. W. Gove's signature i- on each box. 253c.

I offer for sale my farm of 210 acres
near Miccosuki. About 140 acres in a
high state of cultivation; without a
stump, and all necessary fences. A
good four-room cottage, with kitchen
and dining-room attached, contains
barn and other necessary outbuildings
and a never failing well of cdld water.
About 70 acres is timber land with
enough wood for all future family use.
Plenty of good land adjoining that can
be bought cheap. For further partic-
ulars, call on or address. -
Dec. 20.---5m. Miccosuki, Fla.

T A T TW r l*a S V-r avvCl T.J j^

Mr. J..I:. Slater, of St. Augnptine,
was among yesterday's visitors to the
Capital City.
Miss Martha Vaughn, of Petersburg,
Va., is in the city visiting Miss Louisa
Miller, at the Florida State College.
Ocklocknee was represented in the
Capital City yesterday by Mr. H. D.
Durr, who made a business trip here.
The Florida State College and Leon
Academy, of this city, are both in a
very flourishing condition. The attend-
ance at each institution is large.
Mr. J. J. Logan, manager of the Flor-
ida Cotton Seed Oil Company, of Jack-
sonville, spent a couple of days in the
State Capital this week on business.
Be sure and read every advertise-
ment in The Tallahasseean. It will
pay you, if you are on the lookout for
bargains, as all the wide-awake mer-
chants use these columns.
Mrs. Edward Lewis left this week for
a short visit with friends in Jackson-
ville. During her stay in the metro-
polis Mrs. Lewis will be the guest of
Mrs. Porcher L'Engle.
Hon. W. A. Blount, one of Florida's
leading legal luminaries, and a mem-
ber of the Capitol Improvement Com-
mission, was here Tuesday to attend
the corner-stone laying at hie State
The many friends of G. H. Hausan,
engineer, L. E. & W. R. R., at present
living in Lima, 0.. will 4b pleased to
know of his recovery from threatened
kidney disease. He writes: "I was
cured by using Foley's Kidney ,Cure,
w which I recommend to a!l. especially
trainnien who are usually similarly
Many of the blothes, pimples and
other affections of the skin are caused
by the failure of the liver pand kidneys
eo cast off impurities, which remain in
the system. HERBINE will stimulate
the liver and kidneys, and cleanse the
system of all impurities. Price 50 cents.
At Wight & Bro.
FOR SALE-One saw 6nille outfit
complete, with all necessary outbuild-
ings and water supply, together with
either 600 or 1,200 acres of long leaf
pine timber. Mul now running. Con-
venient to railroad. Good freight rate.
A big bargain. Address: or call on
Wakulla, Fla. 4t
Wanted-A contract to get out 1,000
lightwood posts. Call at this office
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This is the only instance in the history of Tallahassee when a mer-
has imported, direct from France, his entire stock of the above men.

tioned fabrics. The public jnust understand that this importation means,
first, a greater variety, newer and more beautiful patterns, with greater
value and lower prices than ever offered before to the Tallahassee people.
The stock of Embroideries embraces a full line of Edges, Insertings and
All Overs. The stock of L:es embraces full line of Valencia Edges and
Insertings, black and white saloonss, and Gallons all over laces and netting.

This is the beginning of what promises to be
the 1,roest and choicest stock of Spring Goods
ever offered in thed Capital City.

Your patronage !is respectfully solicited.




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TJhnson's Tonic does in a day what

"I't Thank You For a Little More of! those

Peaches-They Are Fine."

The mint famne( Goods in the World


Royal Scarla "




"Royal Scarlet" Brand.

IT. BBYRD, Dealer in Facy series

A ADrugStore Philosopher

Can see much to amuse and instruct him in his
= daily contact with the public. But the thing that
s impresses us most is the quantity of Patent Med-
t icines we sell.

1 We are astonished....
4 And yet almost everyone who has tried these
remedies speaks in their favor. We hope to 4um-
ber every citizefi who needs assistance aniong




ow receiving a very large stock

French! Embroiderie,

Itaces and

Feathe-=Stitched Braids.


Against your life and health
b, dan r tobedreaded. The
g ,i-ms of disease are many and
active. Disreg rd their pres-
S ence in the system and before
S long they will openly attack

Williams' Little Liver Pills.

o Offer aredy meanq of seeking
S outand and excelling these
enemies of the human body.
w-.i i uttie l.ive r'ill l



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1902. 5..




y Those Who Gather Items for
Tallahasseean Readers.

The Dentist. Dr. R. A. Shine.

Mr. R. M. Davidson, of Quincy,
esterlay in the city.
+ -V- 4+


Everybody should attend the citizens'
ass meeting at the cityhall tonight.
hr his home in Escambia county, 'af-
er a business trip to the State Capital.
Fresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.
Judge George P. Raney has returned
rom a short buisness and pleasure
ip to Jacksonville.

Hon. B. H. Lewis, of Greenwood,
pent Sunday and Monday in Talla-
+4 4
Mrs. A. H. Ginsberg and sister re-
red Monday from a short and pleas-
at visit to Columbus, Ga.

We handle Landreth's
ill come true to name.
assee Drug Co.

seed. They
The Talla-

Mrs. E. T. Spiller has returned to
lahassee from a pleasant visit of
weeks with relatives in Apalachi-
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Representative Mortimer Bates, of
lsned county, was here a few .days
*is week from Mt. Pleasant, calling
We buy our seed in bulk and sell
u any quantity desired. The Talla-
eeDrug Co.

Mr. E. Lamar Sparkman, a promi-
nt attorney of Tampa, was circu-
ting on the streets of the Capital City
Those lace curtains at H. D. Hartt's
real beauties. They are dreams of
Imy delight, and would grace the par-
rs of a prince. Twenty-five patterns
select from, at prices from $1 per
ir up to $8. 10-3t
Quite a number of farmers were in
wn this week laying in supplies.
early all are getting ready for spring

More than the usual number of corn-
nercial tourists have been in the Capi-
ll City the past week, and the hotels
id a good business.
Call at % ight & Bros'. and get a free
Vmple of Coke's Dandruff. Cure.

Miss Ethel Jones. a popular young
belle of Macon, Ga., is ex-
in Tallahassee next week. Slie
be the guest of Miss Clyde Rancy.
Our reputation as reliable seedsmen
too valuable for us to sell you any
good, fresh seed. The Tallahassee

Adjutant-General .1. C. R. Foster, of
Florida State Troops, will leave
n for Washington, D. C., on impor-
t business.

There is an ad in this issue of The
lahasseean that will pay the gen-
Public to read, and read carefully.
contains an offer that may mean
ey in your pocket. Look it up.

Whosoever has suffered from piles
ts how painful and troublesome
OINTMENT is guaranteed to
piles. Price 50 cents in bottles.
bes, 75 cents. At Wight & Bro.

Hon. Angus Patterson, of Madison,
Grand Master F. & A. M., was
Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr.
person conducted the services at
e capitol corner-stone laying Tues-

1on. Thomas M. Puleston, of Monti-
o, a leading Mason and county
oe f .-Jeftrson county, was a visitor
Tallahassee Tuesday. Judge Pules-
came over to take part in the Ma-
C exercises attending the capitol
*er-stone laying.

Our seeds for early spring planting
arrived. We have all the leading
ties best adapted to this section.
Tallahassee Drug C .

Van Vranken's show has been hold-
forth in ths city since Wednesday.
t Tempest, the equine wonder, is
of the main features of the show,
gh there are other attractions.
last performance will be given to-
w bight.

U C. A. Cay brought into The Tal-
an office Saturday the antlers
buck killed at his place in the Pin-
a few days previously. One of
SProngs had curved down over the
8 forehead and a tine had grown
y an inch into the head, between

Pr that cough, takeLincan's Cough
'P. Sold only by Wight & Bro.

L young daughter of Mr. and, Mrs.
T. Perkins died Tuesday morn-

Dr. W. B. IeAs, Dentist.

A. M. Carlisle, with R.

.Pbone No.

31, Coflhm,
U. .

Another cold wave struck this sec-
tion yesterday about noon.
Attorney C. H. B. Floyd was a visi-
tor to Tallahassee Monday from Apa-

+ +
Mr. and Mrs. t. D.
Americus, Ga., Visited
Capital City during the

friends in


The impression seems to be pretty
general that Tallkhassee is on the eve
of a very substantial boom.
Mr. S. A. Rawls, of Jacksonville,
Deputy Sneriff NVaughn left Monday
had business in Tallahassee Monday.
Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight & Bros.
4 4+ 4
Mrs. Cotner, of Dothan, Ala., has
been spending several days very pleas-
antly with friends in Tallahassee-
Another cold wave struck the city
Saturday night, and for several days
thereafter overcoats were in demand.
Lace curtains add much to the at-
tractiveness of a room. H. D. Hartt
has a large variety of lovely patterns
*to select from. See them and you will
be sure to want them. 10-3t
4 .- 4+
Mr. Edward Eppes, of the Panacea
Springs Hotel, made a business trip to
Tallahassee Monday and called on The
Mrs. V. H. Gwinn, of Chattahoochee,
was in the city during the first of the
week, a guest of Governor and Mrs.
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Mr. A. H. Ginsberg has been under
the weather several days this week. He
will make a business trip to Apalachi-
cola next week.

Insure a good garden by planting
Buist's Garden Seed. A fresh lot just
received at Wight & Bros.
Miss Evelyn Lewis, after a delightful
visit with friends in Jacksonville, re-
turned home Monday. During her stay
in the metropolis Miss Evelyn was the
guest of the family' of ex-Governor
4 +
Dr. Mitchell, of Jacksonville, was
called to Tallahassee Wednesday to
consult with home physicians concern-
ing the serious illness of a young child
of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Henderson.
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles
can always be prevented by the use of
Foley's Kidney Cure.
Mr. Richard Wilson has been spend-
ing several days in; the city with rela-
tives, and while here shaking hands
with old friends.
*4 +

Mr. Julius Hirschberg, the hustling
proprietor and general manager of the
1l Provedo cigar factory, made a busi-
ness trip to Jacksonville this week.
4 '4
Hon. Charles M. Brown, member of
the Capitol Improvement Commission,
was here Tuesday from Ocala, to take
part in the corner-stone laying. Mr.
Biown was formerly representative of
Madison county in the State Legisla-

King of Malaria is King or all Chill
.7ures and King of all Tonics. It drives
man:laria from the system and inak-s
the weak strong. If: you want the best
on will take King of Malaria tasteless
Chill Tonic.

lion. D. M. Gronto, representative of
Bradford county in the State Legislk-
lure, spent a couple of days in Talla-
liassee this week.


There has been a lull in the number
o)f marriages in Tallahassee recently.
Cupid has not been asleep, however,
and we have rumors of more nuptial
kn-ots to be tied.

The Council at its,last regular meet-
ing authorized the fire committee to
purchase a hose wagon and the neces-
sary apparatus to equip the fire de-
partment. This does not include a
team of horses. The city (lads, at- their
next meeting, should make arrange-
ments to give Tallahassee a fire depart-
ment second to none in the State.

During the four years Mr. W. D.
Wilson has been tax collector of Tal-
lahassee the amount of taxes due the
city was $44,697.61. Of this amount
Mr. Wilson haI collected and turned
over to the proper officials just $44,-
680.66, leaving only $16.95 on the
books to be collected. This is an ex-
cellent record, and makes a good show-
ing for Tallahassee as well as for thf
tax collector. 'It shows that Mr. Wil-
son has performed his duty faithfully
and conscientiously.

0i Conspiracy


3e sure and read every advertise-
nt in The Tallahasseean. It will
y you, if you are on the lookout for
gains, as all the wide-awake mer-
ants use these columns.
irs. Edward Lewis left this week for
hort visit with friends in Jackson-
e. During her stay in the metro-
is Mrs. Lewis will be the guest of
s. Porcher L'Engle.

Ion. W. A. Blount, one of Florida's
ding legal luminaries, and a mem-
of the Capitol ImprolVement Com-
ssion, was here Tuesday to attend
e corner-stone laying at heic State
rhe many friends of G. H. Ilausan,
gineer, L. E. & W. R. R., at present
ing in Lima, 0.. will be pleased to
ow of his recovery from threatened
Iney disease. He writes: "I was
red by using Foley's Kidney ,Cure,
which I recommend to '!l, especially
uinnen who are usually similarly

Many of the blothes, pimples and
her affections of the skin are caused
the failure of the liver and kidneys
cast off impurities, which remain in
e system. HERBINE will stimulate
e liver and kidneys, and cleanse the
stem of all impurities. Price 50 cents.
Wight & Bro.
FOR SALE-One saw mille outfit
mplete, with all necessary -outbuild-
gs and water supply, together with
her 600 or 1,200 acres of long leal
ne timber. Miul now running. Con-
nient to railroad. Good freight rate
big bargain. Address or call on
akulla, Fla. 4t
Wanted-A contract to get out 1,00(
ghtwood posts. Call at this office
J. 17-it

FOR SALE-Good Turpentine an<
mber Mules for sale by C. A. CAY
illahassee, Fla. J.17-4
WANTED---Energetic specialty men
rge commission; exclusive territory
cKISSACK & WISE, Plains, Ga. 1


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The U. S. Live Stock Remedy pre
iared by I. Morgan, has proved invalu
ble as both remedy and cure fto
cholera, sorehead and kindred disease
fowls and cholera in pigs, and i
ery beneficial also to horses and cat
e. For sale by Pringle & Johnson.

Preparing the parlor and music rooi
or the reception of guests will be a
asy matter if you start righIt with som
airs of our fine lace curtains. Noth
ig gives the "grand air" to a roow
ke fine lace curtains. We have twen
y-five different patters, ranging i
rice from $1 to $8 per pair.
10-3t H. D.i IIARTT.
FOR SALE-A tract of 15 acres, 1c
ated one mile northwest of Tallahas
ee, about 50 rods west of Bainbridgi
oad. Good five-room house, barn an
other outbuildings, and a well ,f goo
rater. For terms apply to ANDRE%
IARTON, at residence, of aduress hii
t Tallahassee, Fla.
Dec. 13, 1901. 2m



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We wish to call your attention to a
few important facts relative to Blood
and Skin diseases. It has been demon-
strated by the most scientific physi-
cians that all skin diseases are caused
from a paracite or germ in the ski-
Doctors heretofore haiv never been
able to find a medicine sufficientlyy
strong to kill or destroy the germ
without corroding or ruining the flesh.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur is the only
known remedy that will kill the germ
and permanently cure all skin dis-
eases. As a blood purifier Hancock's
Liquid Sulphur has no equal. For sale
by Wight & Bro. tf

Take I.axative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
drnggists reiuvd the money if it faIils to cure.
E. W. Gmrve's signature i- on eauh lox. *2.'c.

I offer for sale my farm ofj 210 acres
near Miccosuki. About 140 tcres in a
high state of cultivation, without a
stump, and all necessary ljences. A
good four-room cottage, witp kitchen
and dining-room attached, contains
barn and other necessary outbuildings
and a never failing well of c6ld water.
About 70 acres is timber ihnd with
enough wood for all future family use.
Plenty of good land adjoining that can
be bought cheap. For further partic-
ulars, call on or address.
Dec. 20.-5m. Miccosq-i, Fla.


Mr. J. .i. Slater, of St. Augustine,
was among yesterday's visitors to the
Capital City.

Miss Martha Vaughn, of Petersburg,
Va., is in the city visiting Miss Louisa
Miller, at the Florida State College.
+ ,-'
Ocklocknee was represented in the
Capital City yesterday by Mr. H. D.
Durr, who made a business trip here.
The Florida State College and Leon
Academy, of this city, are both in a
very flourishing condition. The attend-
ance at each institution is large.
Mr. J. J. Logan, manager of the Flor-
ida Cotton Seed Oil Company, of Jack-
sonville, spent a couple of days in the
State Capital this week on business.
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stock of


This is the only instance in the history of Tallahassee when a mer,
has imported, direct rom France, his entire stock of the above men,

tioned fabrics. The public jnust understand that this importation means,
first, a greater variety, n4wer and more beautiful patterns, with greater
value and lower prices thanpever offered before to the Tallahassee people.
The stock of Embroideriesj embraces a full line of Edges, Insertings arnd
All Overs. The stock of Lices embraces full line of Valencia Edges and
Insertings, black and white raloons, and Gallons all over laces and netting.










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This week




I Furnishing


Call in and see


" I Thank You For a Little More of .hose

Peaches-They Are Fine."




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t ame i Goods0 in Ihe World


Royal Scarlet"










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T. B BYRD, Dealer in Facy Goeriis. '

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Drug Store Philosophe

Can see much to amuse and instruct him in his
daily contact with the public. But the thing that I
impresses us most is the quantity of Patent Med-
icines we sell.

fe are astonished....

And yet almost everyone who has tried thrsef
remedies speaks in their favor. We hope to nun-1



ow receive ng a very large sl

Frencl3 Embroiderie

Feath ces and

Feathet=Stitched Braids



Against your life and health
is a dang' r to be dreaded. The
g(.rms of 41iscase ire many and
active. Disreg id their pres-
ence in the system and before
long they will openly attack

Williams' Little Liver Pills

Offer a re.,dy meaas of seeking
out and ad m exieling thee




*..Direct Imf










This is the begi ning of what promises to be

the laro'est and c+toicest stock of Spring Goods

ever offered in the Capital City.

Your patronage uis respectfully solicited.



SALE-Aa a low price, large
horse and good wagon and















How many mothers realize that when
:7the baby's advent in expected they need
S! strength for two instead of one. Wom-
lt rural en weak, nervous "just able to drag
aroundnd" .find themselves confronted
t with coming maternity. They have
STE FARMERS. not strength enough i for themselves, how
A h' can they have strength to give a child ?
We don't look for the birth of strong
S ideas from a weak mind. Why should
S2'V we expect the birth of strong children
S- from weak mothers ?
MODERN FARMING, in developing the resources of a corn- The way to ensure health and strength
The successful farmers are not the munity. Wherever they are held we o mother and child
nes who plod along with out-of-date find an added impetus given the farm- is to use Dr. Pierce's
arDlngoimplemento Nor are they the ing industry. Better stock is brought Favorite Prescription
one8 who content themselves with sur- in, while the introduction of improved as a preparative for
a scratching. Success is not delved farming iniplements results in the motherhoodo. It
from the soil in this way. In addition adoption of modern methods of farm- ring s the mother's
to a reasonable amount of intelligence ing. The results are far reaching in .. strength up to the
the best tools o tainable are necessary their effects, and cannot but be bene- i requirements of nat-
to secure satisfactory results. ficial to everybody, because the farmer are, so that she has
Surface scratching soon impoverishes cannot be benefited without the balance strength to give her
the soil, by causing a hard-pan to form of mankind being helped. hild. It nourishe
underneath the part scratched over. This being true, it is important that e nerves and so
This hardpan prevents sufficient mois- agricultural societies be organized In quiets them. It en-
ture from accumulating to help -the every county in the State. These so- urges and naturalces
growing crops over any considerable cities are educational in their scope, appetite and induces
drouth. It is also a well known fact and should be organized with that ob- refreshing sePr .
that vegetation cannot take root d"-n ject in view. First, they educate the Favorite Prescrip-
Unough to thrive as it should. This farmers as to the best methods of cul- -ion" makes weak
leaves your crops at the mercy of the tivating the soil. Next they show to women strong anl
winds, and as a result we .5 cu,', the world the possibilities of the coun- There is no alcohol
cane and cotten blown down and grow- ties in which they are held. The fairs n "Favorite Pre-
1ig in such Inanner as to render culti- bring together exhibits of the products ription" and it is
Ovation and harvesting very difficult. of farm, field and orchard and create free from opium, co-
By ploughing deep, and thoroughly a friendly rivalry as to who shall have caine and all other narcotics,
Pulverizing the land, tne crops are the best display. "I wish to let you kow the great benefit my
given a better growing opportunity. The societies should be composed of wife 1 rived throiih taking vour Favorite
They take root deeper, and the soil, farmers. Whe n organized, meetings Prescription.' writes Mr. Robert nifrden. of
which retains moisture a greater length should be, held at least once a week, Brandon, Manitoul. l4ox 235. "it was when
'Which retains moisture a greater length alither babv catuc. "Wehaldi heard so much of
of time, furnishes more nutriment. where farming in all its phases should your mnidicine that v wife decided to try it o
Another thing necessary to successful be discussed. Let subjects be selected (I may say my v.if!';s age was thirty-tliree
farming Is rotation of crops. It will for debate, and interesting papers be and this waS her fir tchiJd). She commenced
ng is rotation of take 'Favorite Prescritiofe months be-
ruin any land to continue planting one prepared on the cultivation of certain fore her child was born. Wec Ihave a fine health.
thing year after year. The best plan crops, the care of stock, etc. In order girl. and we b-lieve that this was mainly o1win
is to plant, say, cotte n this year, corn to encourage the movement,thecommis- to th. "* Favorite 1'rescription,' taken f6ithiullv
is to plant, say, cotten this year, corn e according to directions,. We shall certainly rec-
next, pease, hay or some leguminous signers of the various counties should ommend it wherever e cau."
crop the year following, and so on. make annual appropriations to assist Dr. -Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Of course, it will never do to continue i'n givirg county fairs. The State Leg- Adviser. paper covers, is sent free on
taking from the land without adding islature wxuld also act wisely in appro- receipt of 21 onc-cent stamps to pay
something to it, and it will be found priating money to maintain a State expense of mailin only. Address Dr.
an ecQomnical plan to use fertilizers to agricultural society, to work in coc- Pierce, Buffao, N. Y.
a certain extent. This fertilizer should junction with branches in the different ...
not be used indiscriminately, but with counties ndsuperintend a State ar in a condition to begin work.
the object of helping the particular to be held every year. In making theiroplans for the future
crop to be grown. PR 'TAB IV TM T they should arrange to have some-
It is necessary that the farmer under- A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. market all seasons of the m
stand his soil that he may supply its "I was troubled for about seven year. By doing tlis they will always s
wants. The best way to do this is to years with, my stomach and in bed half be sure of plenty of pocket money.
give it careful study. When he does my time," Isays E. Demick, Somerville, Another thing wold be well for them '
this he will know just what to do in Ind. "I spent about $1,000 and never to take into consideration. Some farm- 1
order to produce the highest yieius could get anything to help me until I ers are in the habit of only one or two
possible. In order to accomplish this tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have things, and are 'forced to purchase
last result, work, constant work, will taken a fvw bottles and am entirely many articles of :necessity that they
be required. No man can succeed on well." Yop don't live by what you eat: could easily produce themselves, We
the farm who does not make up his I but by what you digest and assimilate. have seen them cdme to town and buy
mind to devote his entire attention to If your stomach doesn't digest your meal, meat, tobactLo, hominy, turnips,
the business, food you are really starving. Kodol onions, etc., when they should have
Dyspepsia Cure does the stomach's had these article to sell. We have
"Some time ago my daughter caught work by digesting the food. You don't seen them come i to town with an
a severe cold. She complained of pains have to diet. Eat all you want. Ko- empty wagon an# go back with it
in her chest and had a bad cough. I dol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach loaded. How can kny man hope to ac-
gave her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy troubles, v cumulate anything under such meth-
according to directions and in two days ods? I
she was well and able to go to school. THE 1AN WITH THE HOE. No tiller of the soil should come to
I have used this remedy in my family town empty hand It does not pay.
for the past seven years and have nev- Campagn time is coming on and By raising chicken hogs and all kinds
er known it to fail," says James Pren- things W i soon be getting hot. The of vegetables, he can easily load his
dergast, merchant, Annato Bay, Ja- various candidates will make a regular wagon and dispose of the produce at
aica, West India Islands. The pain hog-path, house-to-house picanvass good prices. Thep, instead of having
in the chest indicated an approaching among the voters. The aspirants for to purchase a lot ff articles that every
attack of pneumonia, which in tapproachin olitcal preferment will be hale fel- farmer ought to 'raise, he will only
attack of pneumonia, which In this in iows well met. They will slap the have to buy a little flour, coffee, tea,
stance was undoubtedly warded off farmers o the back, kiss the, bies, phave to buy a litr, l necessary wearing
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It coun- ict the g4illant to the farmers' wives, apparel, and can return homerwith
teracts any tendency of a cold towar.; md create the impression that they some change in h- pockets.
pneumonia. Sold by Wight & Bro. an, ire the salt of the earth. srme off th cs usually su
all medicine dealers. And the farmers, what of them? dFamers of thi class usually suc-
About theNtime the campaign gets ous, and are not forced to eke out a
WATERMELONS AND CANTA- good under way, it can be truthfully hand-to-mouth existence on land that
LOUPES. said of a 'large number of the "'horny is rich enough, ift properly cultivated,
Great opportunities are offered the handed tiBers of the soil" that: to give them a go0d living. Their chil-
farmers of Leon and adjoining counties i dren are comfortably clothed, attend
tor the cultivation of watermelons, The man with the hoe is sitting on the schools, and grow up to be good citi-
cantaloupes, small fruits and vegeta- fence- zens, while the off-spring of the shift-
bles. The soil of this section is pecu- Waiting for the candidate to come less, impecunious tillers of the soil sel-
harly adapted to this sort of farming, and; have a chat; dom amount to mmch.
The only thing in the past that pre- While his-beter half is hoeing or mend-
vented the farmers from engaging more ing all the rents A DEEP! MYSTERY
extensively in the business was the That he's worn in his trousers while a master. why Women endure
lack of transportation accommodations talking thro' his hat-- Itis a .stey wenendr
and high freight rates. On the money situation, the tariff and Backache, Heaache, Nervousness,
These drawbacks will not be effec- the war, Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting
tive in the future. Mr. E. D. Kyle, as- The Filipino question, the Boers at and Dizzy -Spells when thousands have
sistant general freight agent of the Laager Pass- proved that Electtic Bitters will quick-
Seaboard Air Line railwayinforms The They will sit and talk it over, the ras- ly cure such troubles. "I suffered for
Tallahasseean that the same rates will calls they abhor-- years with kidney- trouble," writes Mrs.
be given on cantaloupes to all points They aite bound to save the nation it -
from Tallahassee as from Monticello. the farm grows up in grass. A WORTH SUCCESSOR.
*** __- .J .:L,-. .. ----- -- .A T Li-T

This means tLUat the farmers uo Leonu
county will be enabled to compete suc-
cessfully in the Northern markets with
points that have been more favored in
the past.
'No section of the country can raise
finer watermelons and cantaloupes
than Leon county, while the soil and
climates are unsurpassed for the pro
duction of strawberries, blackberries,
onions, lettuce, beans, pease, and all
kinds of small fruits and vegetables.
The assurance of lower freight rates
should be sufficient incentive to indue'
the trucK farmers near Tallahassee t(
redouble their efforts in this line. Witl.
Intensive, economic and intelligent
methods, they can always have some
thing for the markets.
Now is a good time to begin the wor)
of preparation. Those first in the mar-
kets with the produce of the farms will
command the best prices. Get there
early with Irish potatoes, lettuce, pease,
beans, strawberries, watermelons, can-
taloupes, etc., and you will find that
your industry will be handsomely re-
warded. *
Coughs cured quickly by Foley's
Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes.

A few weeks ago The Tallahasseean
published a couple of editorials on the
importance of agricultural societies to
the counties and the State. -These ar-
ticles were copies by the State press
and received favorable comment. This
question is of such vital import that
the people and farmers should give it
the consideration it deserves.
There is no denying the fact that
county fairs exert a powerful influence

17, 190 .

Phebe Cherley, of PetersIon, &., has been estimated that a good roei
a lame back pained me so I could sixteen feet wide, can be put down at
dress myself, but Electric Bitters a little less than $1,000 a mile. Other
ly cured me, and, although 73 years o, sections less favored are compelled to
I now am able to do all my houpay from $5,000 to $10,000 a mile. And
work." It overcomes Constipation, 14- yet we hesitate to construct roads, for-
proves Appetite, gives perfect health. getting that they would quadruple the
Only 50c at all drug stores. i value of every farm in the county, and
more than pay for themselves in a few
FARMS AND GOOD ROADS. years. A bond issue of $100,000 would
When the people become thorough give us more than 100 miles Of good
Wharoused to the people become thoroughroads, and bring every section of the
roads to a community, every county county within easy reach of Talla-
the State will become intersected wi "se.
highways that will be passable at I
seasons of the year. A CURE FOR LUMBAGO.
In determining the desirability of W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va..
community in which to locate, fod says: "For mere than a year I suffered
things are taken into consideration from lumbago. I finally tried Cham-
The newspapers, the churches, ta berlin's Pain Balm and it gave me en-
schools and the public highways. tire relief, which all other remedies
newspaper, because it is an index f failed to do." Sold by Wight & Bro.
the condition of a community, and and all medicine dealers.
criterion of the calibre of the inhabi-
tants. If the paper is well patron DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP.
and presents a prosperous appearan ,
it is safe to say that wide-awake J. S. Fleming & Son, merchants of
ple live there. Chaires, this county, have dissolved
The churches are an important fa coportnership by mutual consent, J. S.
tor for the simple reason that no o tleming having reached the age when
wishes to locate where Cnristiani no man should be bothered with the
and a wholsesome love of law a41 cares of business. J. H. Fleming, the
order do not exist. The schools are Junior- member of the firm, will con-
index of the character of the peop tinue the business at the same old
With comfortable and commodiof stand, and hopes to hold all old and
schools and churches, both well patroi- make many new friends.
ized, you can be assured that an i-
telligent, God-fearing people are nt NOTHING ELSE SO SURE.
far distant Mothers who give their little ones
Last, but not least, we take up tl Mother's Worm Syrup give them the
question of roads. Take two section nicest tasting and most effective worm
of country, both of equal value aI medicine made.
fertility in their natural state. Let tl -..
inhabitants of one section neglect the
roads, and that land uoes not incre .rf.tSiOnal fards.
in value. The community soon present _
a worn-out, deserted appearance. TI HAS. M. AUSLEY, M. D.
stock is not well kept, the people a
not prosperous, because of their i PIHYSI IAN AND SURGEON,
ability to market their produce pro
tably. They cannot haul loads !arT TALLAHASSEE, -- -:FLORIDA.
enough nor make a sufficient numb -
of trips in a day to pay them for t Aoffice in Mas.nic l.uilding.
labor. Calls answered night and day.
In the other section, where go, Phone 110. 123-.;m
roads predominate, a vastly differe
appearance is presented to the vieK. t. H. M. BREVARD
The farms are neat and attractive, te
stock is sleek and fat, while the a' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
seems impregnated with prosperity. 'TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
The reason for this lies in the fact th t -6m.
thp farmers can nmarkpt their nrnodn&

at any time they desire. They can ha 1I
100 per cent. larger loads and mae
twice as many trips in a day, with le
worry to their horses. This insur s
them a good profit.
With the near promixity and chea
ness of good paving material there
little excuse for Leon county to be bI-
hind in the matter of good road.
Plenty of excellent limestone abounis
within a few miles of Tallahassee. This
can be procured simply for the et-
pense of getting it out and hauling. it


kills, not necessarily suddenly, -
but SURELY. It preys upon the
intellectual powers more than
we realize. It consumes the -
vitality faster than nature can
replenish it, and we cannot tell i
just what moment a temporary
or complete aberration of thec
mind will result. Headache and
pain should be promptly re-
moved- but properly. Many
pain cures are more harmful
.1L _1L 3 T

than the pain. Beware. If1
The man with the hoe, and his friend a tle pain. s afe, take
the: candidate, "Somethiqg New Under you would be safe, take
Are great on calculations to save the Thi Sun." Dr., D- !
ship of state; Miles' PainI ISU s .
They wait to turn the rascals out and --
help the common folk All Doctors have tried to cure CA- "As a result of neuralgia I lost the
To cast from off their shoulders that -ARRH by the hse of powders, acid sight of my right eye,'and the pain I
heavy, galling yoke, gases, inhalers and drugs in paste have suffered is incomprehestible, be-
That is pressing hard upon them in iorm. Their powders dry up the mu- tinually. A friend gave me one of Dr.
every clime and zone, cuous membranes causing them to Miles' Pain Pills and it promptly re-|
While tle housewife in the kitchen crack open and )leed. The powerful lievedme. I then purchased a box and
works her fingers to the bone, acids used in the inhalers have en, now my trouble is gone. They have
ind the 'igs are in the 'tater patch- tirely eaten away the same mem- also cured my daughter of nervousi
came thro' the broken gate, branes that theil makers have aimed he tadacheo otand I hertil- recommend
Nhile 'the farmer talked -on politics to cure, while tastes and ointments mond,Texas.
with the pesky candidate. cannot reach the. disease. An old and
experienced practitioner who has for Sold by Druggists. 25 Doses, 25c. *
rhe man- with the hoe has a careless many years made a close study and Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
sort of swing, specialty of tho treatment of CA-
. le don't1 care how the wind blows, or TARRH, has at lit perfected a Treat-
an. other thing. ment which whe+ faithfully used, not
While h sits and talms it over with only relieves at dnce, but permanently I *O.,,4
the jolly candidate cures CATARRI, by removing the
His wife works in the cotton field from cause, stopping the discharges and cur- A J 1
early morn till late, ing all inflnmmition. It is the only a .JJJ..D..
And trie4 to raise the chickens, the remedy known tq science daat actually
goats, the sheep and hogs, reaches the afflicted parts. This won-
While her husband talks with candi- derful remedy is known as "SNUP- Artistic Painter,
dates, or follows up his 'dogs. FLES, the GUAANTEED CATARRH
A-hunting coons and 'possums, he is as CURE," and is old at the extremely Crainer, and
sure as fate, low price of oneo dollar, each package Wood Finisher.
If not sitting on the old rail fence with containing internal and external mod-
thq pesky candidate. icine sufficient fok a full month's treat- Piazza chairs, old and
JOHN T. BLANCHARD. ment and every g necessary to its Piazza chairs, old and!
perfect use. athed furniture doctored
RTCMARKARTT CURE OQ' CROUP. "SNUFFLES" is the only perfect and painted.
A Little Boy's Life Saved. ATAR ever made and Ei es furnished onho
A inow recognized s the only safe and
I have a few words to say regarding positive cure fo, that annoying and painting. Satisfaction guar4
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It say- dignafting dea It cures all in- anteed on all work.
ed my little boy's life and I feel that I ammation quiey and varmanently, -
cannot praise it enough. I bought I. and is also woderfuhy quick to re- ............... .0o-
bottle ot it from A. E. Steere, of Good- ieve HAY FE M or COLD In the
win, S. P., and when I got home with HAD. r
it the poor baby could hardly breathe. CATAURtH when neglected often **4$TT $T s sss 4 t *Ti'4>
I gave the medicine as directed every leads to COrUMPTION--"SNUiI-
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The Wesleyan Methodists of Tallahassee have Are b
preaching services every Sunday at II a. m. ai d a pre b
class meeting at 6:30 p6 m.; regular mid week .Lu r
7:30 p. m. Sabbath i chool at 9:30 a. i.; m.
prayer service on Thursday evening at 7 o' clock Tabyd sr asthd
Everybody welcome' y the nly Teandrliabe
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Administrator's Notice.
Iaduate 1894, University Maryland. Estate of Williamt Nowliu, deo
Batimore; Post Graduate 1893 Notice to De tor Credtnaor,Et.
ake CA f 00Mod C 0. All creditors, let, tees distributes, am l
Ha&6kell SchOl Chicago. sons hain e- caim or d. ainds against the
tate of William A. 'owl ij. late of theomx
W Preservation of Natural Teeth, Leon. State of Flo.-ida, lecetsid are bwdei
Sold Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal quird to prte ntt eae to the d
(administrator of his .ksai etate, within
sIates a Specialty. Gas admistered. years from te first pultica ion hereof, to
1-ly November'2. ". D. 1.A). or this noticewi
plead in bar thereof. d all personsinddl
to said estate are bereb required to make
3. H. W ILLIAMS, mediate payment o n;n
Administrator of t e estate of William A. S
'GUN AND LOCKSMITH, A lin odemased. -
r Tallahassee, Fl No ember "2. 191(.
Repairs all kinds of Household articles o01 rGU LDLA
everyday use. Trunks, Bags, Satchels. Lock" -R Ae i h
I7eys. FasteninigsGuns. Pistols. Shooting Out- $5,000 D
4ti. Umbrellas, also Bicycles and Sewing Ma
:hlies. Shop on Jefferson Street, near New R R. FARE u
.ty Market. Work done on short notice, and AA
at low ore 35-tf 200 FREE
HILWrite quick*

Gent's Fxurnishing Goods,

NEW'S EyPB1TTIT'IM This siqnatare is v box of the
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"and the reraedi.- thlit .- a it ;i ed; o
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elect stock of Gent's' Furnishings. Satilslat j
Full stock of Stationery, t1 4 b t

Latest Lines of Readable Books,. HIl T &
SCHOOL BOOKS, Leading Ma ga-
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pers, always on hand.
Choice Ilneof Cigars and Tobacco

Assuring courteous attention to Cus-
tomers, we respectfully solicit a share o6f
Sthe patronage of the public. k
T. 5. E. Railroad ay B-
Wil run a p seger train every day in the
Schedule effective April 1, 1901.
Read down. "- ead up. a
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Nights inaD 1610L

'It was my fourth evening In the bar
of the "Sickle and Sheaf." The
pany was net large, nor in very
spirits. All had heard of little
's illness; which followed so
ly on the blow of the tumbler,
none hesitated about conrectiag
one with the other. So regular
been the child's visits, and so gent-
exerted, yet powerful, her influence
her father, that most of the fre-
ters at the "Sickle and Shear" had
for her a more than common inter-
; which the cruel treatment she re-
ed, and the subsequent illness, ma-
ly heightened.
JToe Morgan hasn't turned up this
ning," remarked some one.
,"And isn't likely to for a while," was I
'ered. p
*Why not?". inquired the first speak-
'They say the man with the poker is
r him."
"Oh, hear!. that's dreadful. It's the
onD or third chase, isn't it?"
"He'll be likely to catch him this
,I shouldn't wonder."
"Poor devil! It won't be much mat-
I His family will be a great deal
tter without him."
"It will be a blessing to them if he
"Miserable, drunken wretch!" mut-
Harvey Green, who was present.
's only in the way of everybody.
sooner he's off, the better."
The landlord said nothing. He stood
ing across the bar, looking more
r than usual.
"That was rather an unlucky affair
yours, Simon. They say the child is
g to die."
"Who says so?" Slade started, then
wled, and threw a quick glance up-
the speaker.
"Doctor Green."
"Nonsense! Doctor Green never said
such thing."
"Yes, he did, though."
"Who heard him?"
"I did."
"You did?"
"He wasn't in earnest?" A slight
eness overspread the countenance
t the landlord.
"He was, though. They had an av-
time there last night."
"At Joe Morgan's. Joe has the
nia, and Mrs. Morgan was alone
ith him and her sick child all night."
"He deserves to have it; that's all
've got to say." Slade tried to speak
ith a kind of rough indiffe-ence.
"That's pretty hard talk," said one of
e company.
"I don't care if it is. It's the truth.
t else could he expect?"
"A man like Joe is to be pitied," re-
ked the other.
"I pity his family," said Slade.
"Especially little Mary." The words
were uttered tauntingly, and produced
urs of satisfaction throughout
th room.
lade started back from where he
in an impatient manner, saying
nothing that I did not hear.
"LAok here, Simon, I heard some
suggestions over at Lawyer
Rillips' office today."
>lade turned his eyes upon the one
f had addressed him.
"If that child should die, you'll prob-
have to stand a trial for man-
"No--girl-slaughter," said Harvey
been, with a cold, inhuman chuckle.
"But I'm in earnest," said the other.
"Mr. Phillips said that a case c umid
made out of it."
", ..... e ... ident, and nil the
in Christendom can't make
....g ioni u. 1t,' remarked Green,,
lking the side of the landlord, anad
i making with more gravity than be-
"Hardly an accident," was replied.
"He didn't throw at the girl."
"No matter. He threw a heavy
tbler at her father's head. The in-
tetion was to do an injury; and the
lw will not stop to make any nice dis-
iminations in regard to the indi-
iual upon whom the injury was
Wrought. Moreover, who is prepared

V Sto ay that he didn't aim at the girl?'
"Any man who intimates such a
g is a cursed liar!" exclaimed the

"Athena, Tenn., JM. 27. m.
er since the first appearance of
Sense they were very rr az and
red with great in my
-k, stomach d leg with ,errie
2 g down pains in the abdomen.
9 the past month I have been
g. Wine of Cardai and Thedford's
-Draght, and Ipassed the moth-
Pe'od without pain for the first time
y ear. NAnm DAVw.

s Ife worth to a woman suler
like Nannie Davis saffered? Yet
are women I themmands eof hbe s
who are bearing those terriblei
pains in silence. If you are
d IMoe we want to say that this




landlord, half maddened by the sug-
"I won't throw a tumbler at your
head," coolly remarked the individual
whose plain speaking had so irritated
Simon Salde. "Throwing tumblers I
never thought a very creditable kind of
argument-though with some men,
when cornered, it is a favorite mode of
settling a question. Now, as for our
friend the landlord, I am sorry to say
that his new business doesn't seem to
have improved his manners or his
temper a great deal. !As a miller, he
was one of the best-tempered men in
the world, and wouldn't have harmed a
kitten. But, now, he can swear, and
bluster, and throw glasses at people's
heads, and all that sort of thing, with
the best of brawling: rowdies. I'm
afraid he's taking lessons in a bad
school-I am."
"I don't think you have any right to
insult a man in his own house," ans-
wered Slade, in a voice dropped to a
lower key than the one in which he had
before spoken.
"I had no intention to insult you,"
said the other. 'I was only speaking sup-
positiously, and in view of your posi-
tion on a trial for manslaughter, when
I suggested that no one could prove,
or say that you didn't mean to strike
little Mary, when you threw the tumb-
"Well, I didn't mean to strike her;
and I don't believe there is a man, in
this bar room who thinks that I did-
not one."
"I'm sure I do not," said the indi.-
vidual with whom he was in contro-
versy. "Nor I"-"Nor r1" went round
the room.. '
"But, as I wished to set forth," was
continued, "the case will not be so
plain a one when it finals its way into
court and twelve men, tp each of whom
you may be a stranger, come to sit in
judgment upon the actL The slightest
twist in the evidence, i the preposses-
sions of a witness, or the bad tact of
the prosecution, may (ause things to
look so dark on your Oide as to leave
you but little chance. For my part, if
the child should die, I think your
chances for a term in the State's prison
are as eight to ten; atid I should call
that pretty close cutting."
I looked attentively at the man -who
said this, all the while he was speak-
ing, but could not clearly make out
whether he were altogether in earnest,
or merely trying to worry the mind of
Slade. That he was successful in ac-
complishing the latter, was very plain;
for the landlord's countenance steadily
lost color, and became overcast with
alarm. With that evil delight which
some men take in giving pain, others,
seeing Siade's anxious looks, joined in
the persecution. rnd goon made the
landlord's case look bla6k enough; and
the landlord himself almost as fright-
ened as a criminal under arrest.
"It's bad business, and no .mistake,"
said one.
"Yes, bad enough. I wouldn't be in
his shoes for his coat," remarked an-
"For his coat? No. not for his whole
wardrobe," said a third.
"Nor for the 'Sickle and Sheaf'
thrown into the bargain," added a
"It will be a clear case of man-
slaughter, and no mistake. What is the
"From two to ten years in the pen-
itentiary," was readily answered.
"They'll give him five, I reckon."
"No-not more than two. It will be
hard to prove malicious intention,"
"I don't know that. I've heard him
curse the girl and threaten her many
times. Haven't you?"
"Yes"-"Yes"-"I have, often," ran
round the bar room.
"You'd better hang me at once," said
Slade, affecting to laugh.
At that moment the door behind
Slade opened, and I saw his wife's anx-
ious face thrust in for a moment. She
said something to her husband, who
uttered a low ejaculation of surprise,
and went out quickly.
"What's the matter now?" asked one
of another.
"I shouldn't wonder it little Mary
Morgan was dead," was suggested.
"I heard her say dead," remarked
Sone who was standing near the bar
"What's the matter, Frank?" inquir-
ed several voices, as the landlo d's son
came in through the loor out of which
his father had passed.
"Mary Morgan is dead," answered

the boy.
"Poqr child! Poor child!" sighed
one, in genuine regret at the not un-
looked for intelligence. "Her trouble
Sis over."
i And there -was not one present, but
Harvey Green, who did not utter some
word of pity or sympathy. He shrug-
ged his shoulders, and looked as much
of contempt and indifference as he
thought it prudent to express.
I "See here, boys," spoke out one ol
*ho ,nmnnonv "can't we do something

"And here are five to go wit them,'= and Asd silence reigned throughout
,add L qujcly t sppl9 ng forux and the hous I saw no more of Blae that
ilaeing a five-dollar bill alo4gsde of night. Barly in the morning I left
e firs contribution. edarville; the landlord looked very EVERYDAY IS
Here are five more," added a thrld sober when he bade me good-bye .
tdividual. And so it went on, until through the stage door, and wished me l A W
thirty dollars were paid dowj for the a pleasant journey. E ME A i
benefit of Mrs. Morgan. (To be continued.) I. -D
"Into whose hands shall thil be plac- Att CSo
ed?" was next asked. [ Many a bright and happy household At the Ppl" Store
"Let me suggest Mrs. Slade said I. has been thrown into sadness and sor- o of -- ,
"To my certain knowledge, she has row because of the death of a loved *
been with Mrs. Morgan tonight I know one from a neglected cold. BAL- -
that she feels in her a true woman's LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP is the P l l i1 SO
ust kthe person, was answered. pulmonary ailments. Price, 25 and 50 : g J
"Frank, tell your mother wpwould cents. At Wight & ro. But Mondays and Thursdays are their Big Bargain i
like to see her. Ask her to qtep into Days, when they make a specialty of selling the
the sitting room." ARRAN NEWS NOTE aywhen they make a specialty of selling the
n a few moments te oy came back AN NWS NOTES. best Groceries in Tallahassee at lowest prices ever
and said that his mother would see us Interesting Batch of Personal Notes offered. f you want to save money you wilt have
in the next room, into whic4 we all to purchase from this well-known reliable firm.
passed. Irs. Slade stood ear the From Wakulla County. t purchase frm thi ble firm.
table, on which burned a iemp. i Arran, Fla., Jan. 14.-Mrs. E. L. See p few, of our Spot Cash Prices. They are Winners, and our
noticed that her eyes were r4ed, and Hutchinson, of Ashmore, spent Satur- Motto is ,Quick Sales and Small Profits."
that there was on her countenance a day and Saturday night in Arran, the u Sa a ma Pf.
troubled and sorrowful exp ion, guest ot Mrs. W. E. Edwards. 16 s. Granulated Sugar for 1.00
"We have just heard," said oe of the Mr. Oscar Vause accompanied Mrs. Welicl Cream Corn, per can, .11
company, "that little Mary M rgan is M. G. Barnhill to Terra Cea Friday. Ani can 11
dead." Mr. J. C. Lee has removed his family. A nice French Sardine, per can, .11
Yes, it is true,- answered Mrs. to Smith Creek, where he goes to still 2 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can, .
Slade, mournfully. "I have 4ust left for Yaeger & Co. We are very sorry to 3 lb. Can Tomatoes, per can, .11
there. Poor child! she ha passed !ose him. and wish utm much success in 16 of. Ball Sterling Potash, per ball, -
from an evil world." hisinew home n o pr a .0
"Evil it has indeed been to bler," was Miss C ara Farmer visited friends 8 oz, Ball Sterling Potash, per ball, .0
remarked, and relatives in Carrabelle Sunday. Pyles Pearline, per package, .0:q
"You may well say that And yet, Mr. C. W. Richardson, of Tallahas- Lvou Coffee, per package -
amid all the evil, she has been 4n angel see, will make this his future home. Shrolded Wheat B isits per* ack -p a- c..
of mercy. Her last thought ip dying We are glad to have him in our midst *Try'a pound f Famil. T, e a .
was of her miserable father. For ihm He is expecting his family next week. .5.
at any time, she would have laid down Mr. M. 0. Ready visited Tallahassee Sir aipton's Tea, worth 75c and $1.00, for .65 and .8,
her life willingly." Tuesday. 101 s. good green Rio Coffee, worth $1.25, for 1.00
"Her mother must be nearly broken- Master Willie Bunker is attending
hearted. Mary is the last of lier chil- school at Crawfordville, as we have -
dren." I none here for the present. e rive ClOSing Out
And yet the child's death miy prove Mrs. J. K. H. Thomas was the guest ^ ...
a blessing to her." Mrs T. O WTrtham Sunav. O urDry ('oos Department, and have seasonable goods that
"How so" of Mrs. T. 0. Sunday. will il pcal to l purseof the prudent purth it.r. Remember
"How so?" Capt. Edwards was duly licensed to the days, and that these arc spot cash oilers for these days only.
"Her father promised Maryi just at practice with the "L. C." of Crawford-
the last moment--solemnly promise ville. Mr. F. W. Duval, secretary.
her-that, henceforth, he would never Mr. Mose Strickland, of Iran, is a T he R ed F ront G rocery ..
taste liquor. That was all her! trouble, frequent visitor to our town. .
That was the thorn in her dying pil-
low. But he plucked it out, and she The properties o. BALLARD'S
went to sleep, lying against his heart SNOw LINIMENT possess a range of -
Oh, gentlemen! it was the mos touch- usefulness greater than any other rem- AO
ing sight I ever saw." e dy. A day seldom passes in every P
"TheyAll present seemed deeply movtched, household, especially where there are
children, that it is not needed. rice,
"Poor and miserable enough," ans- 25 and 50 cents.Bro.
"We have just been taking up a col- rllBEST MADE. ALL STATIONERS SELlTH
election for Mrs. Morgan. Here is the Look Carefull.y .THE !TEsRBROOK .Ew l
money, Mrs. Slade-thirty dollars. We a0t=for aIsoirtawpMis. 26Johuit NewYo
place it in your hands for her benefit T0 Y0 f Kidneys if -- -- i-
Do with it, for her, as you may see ev
best." in SyBTo
"Oh, gentlemen!" What a quick
gleam went over the face of Mr Slade. is f
"I thank you, from my heart, in the 5|S E A ILIN
name of that unhappy one, for this act Dr Jenner's
of true benevolence. To you the sacri- Il
fice has been small; to her the benefit Kid y l RAK
will be great indeed. A new 1 fe will, i ey lL ls R L A
I trust, be commenced in her husband,__ DOOBLE DAILY SERVICE "u e
and this timely aid witl be so, thing Between New York, Tamp-., Atlanta, Naw Orleans, and points south anwest.
to rest upon, until he can get i to bet- -
ter employment than he now hAs. Oh, cause the kidneys to work as '--',, Schedule Effective December I, 1901.
gentlemen, let me urge on you, gne and nature intended they should. ; SCUTIWA,,I N ORTH WARD
all, to make a common cause igi favor .. __
of Joe Morgan. His purposes akre good They build up tme shrunken YN'i sNo 2 iliv'o -ia-y
now; he means to keep his promise to walls of the i"umeys, as no Lv NeW YoF, P H R....... 10 am v Memphis N .In'n
his dying child-means to reform his I v Philadelphia, P It R ..... :- p"lm 7 ~ am i.v Nashvide. : illm9 am
life. Let the good impulses that led to known remedy has been found v IW'tIror... P It 5 pn : am LVNew ouleans, L N.......
that act of relief further prompt you to do before. Lvushinn, Sa Ly ...:. rpm L nlV A WPobile, a'4
to watch over him, and, if you ee him L.v Iet rbugg. 11 :. p mT :; M. pm o"tomer", A A P.. sa p
about going astray to lead hin kindly As a cure for urinary troubles 1vNorlina. I 4:, Lv Ma2 4 C o ......---.- -4ta -, P
back into the right path. Ner--oh! they have no equal. rm tumatg :::-0 ..... n' 5i, I .pm
never encourage him to drinnt; but Lv outhern4,inesi 5 .- an' r ins, ,, 2 ..7 p a
rather take the glass from his and, if tL I vamilen.t.;. -- ; 4-a I :, :n0pm ir ,ee,1i ood, .' .19 nam
his own appetite leads him as e, and 10, 25S 50 Cents IX a I U :,C. -' 2am t ear. oe --__ 7. O)a.,'-
by all the persuasive influence ou pos- ArLavio. 12 ; ,i 4 a ;n v, -. 7 ', .a.
sess, induce him to go out frtm the L.JkCOo jTNS, n5 n a. ..o. v luOii. ....4-
place of temptation. ; -"I N .' Lv so tieru Pines. --4-ap>; -
"Pardon my boldness in so Drust l ih, I l. a alitiaam
much," added Mrs. Slade, recolecting "v bi .. Ij Y p N._ ... n i ,oini :on, a i ... p
herself, and coloring deeply as the did TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA xv. w ',i/ a'a D s. .--,---', T.3; pm, Lv Wcdon. "-cpis t4t :',:
so. "My feelings have led me away." a.. r. R o .. .. ....:,p"nnAr'ortsmnth 15N W -'pin .p
And she took the money from the Rby Ji. iv ,a higgpon. N-.iws >',. c;; m In n,.,toon, w ...... *' -^a*---
table where it had been placed, and re- JLi O tC Lv ortsmou-h, SAL K -ii ^ lar mue.m.e, i, Kr,:6 e ....... a4J3am
tired toward the door. r Iv Norlina I..-, i 1.r .hila'ei a. NY PN. t;-i ta
"You have spoken well, madam, was OO M JWv H.,ulerso)i, i|, 5in 2 -5 Ijm .rNaew_.,rk_. N _: .1 0ram
answered. "And we thank you for re- s ne .unr Pineswh ",,i a 2-' 3,; pin
minding us of our duty." With ar u Pn w i, Lv tIcra p.S ,.u a I5 pm .o.. 66
"One word more-and forgive the always leave bad adftCer-cffects ,v. V iti,,i : ,, am 740o- i
earnest heart from which it c"rues"- on the: ntirec ste and Whe' re ^ .,nte :;am i 1.,m;(p:;Lv iaaiaah, ,.i .m I t :. pma
said Mrs. Slade, in a voice th trem- Lvw ,.-r ,-U,>- I"'a;I : m '' 7pl 1
bled on the words she uttered. if'I can- their use is persisted in, tend to 0.,,.',,; l i 1' .';am :i4 a he Pines. 1 "e alaSm
not help speaking, gentlemen! Think ompetely .wreck the sto.ach\r hunta, s 2* ... :ui aav Rilerln, 13ar am ;o ;aam
if some of you be not entering .te road er I .ut.a, S: \ ........ g' a ,I pr s. !4 .neon, ":7 an I: am
wherein Joe Morgan has so lorig been and bowels -r A'-..a-- .*.- -.ri-... ..I.. 7iiv.t rm. "' a 5 1i a
walking. Save him, inheaven'g name! Ar Monitgom,.ry, A A- v, .. ]' m 12 in;jni.\r R-hmn. '.' 6!;'.am at' ,.
but see that ye do not yourselves be- USTT Ar .obile. z, N N........ ., Ar Wa- laigon. >V S fy ....1 a ,: pi
pem a a Ar wN.'w Or(.ns. L,,- ...... .7 ;lin ..........Ar l':ttiniore P tIR ...... ila, f a 3|25, p
come castaways!" h ,g .r-Na-.hvill'.4N -,,\ t :;:; it, a"a in Ar p..i:,il'inia, P t R "......I :p a
As she said this she glided rough Ty Ar Me-,'pii.s................ I I",. .I s ,ai Ar Nw rk, I' it It........ 4 1:I pi it;:i, m
the door and it closed after he.. .. N*aoe,- niti;v ex.. pt .,,,iav.

I don't know what her husband *en tr:g tlne. t-:ern Iam-..
would say to that," was remarked after fec -2 --O. _, 4 t WST. eNW m;ANs-- r,-.
a few moments of surprised silence. Lv -iiiaha'.c..... ........... 14 p 4 i a it Lv Ja'k-nnville ..-....-...... -- T>.4(p
"I don't care what he would s y; but The only ailss, vegetable, Ar Chaire.:.................. .. ('l 42ia i Ar iake City...........11 i17' p
I'll tell you what I will say," sp ke out Ar Llv'i...... .... ... 4 Ar I., .. ..-..... y,4*...I.... an
man whom I had noticed several gowel tregUlator, and liver vitalize&r Ariritronn ............. .....251 4. a ri.......................S, .s p
a man whom I had noticed veral Ar Monticell ..... ... ; .... ... Ar :*0 li" cilo 3 V"4 5
times as rather a free tippler. "The known. Ar \uill.a........................ ;i .p s ..... ..3 1ir op
Ar (r,LeuviIll...................1.'5p 5 )5 23 Arluit-.........................4 17 w.-
old lady has given us capital advice, A pleasant to the tste as Ar Madien.................... :: .a,,n............... 417....
and I mean to take it for one. ,'min go- Asp- a a t t t tatArs E.llavile..... .......... ... .. 17 a r P'nsacola .
ing to try to save Joe Morgan and- candy, and as positive as the harsh- .ri .e.Oak*............. 4 44 a ; it ArMol........ ....... 2.. .......
myself, too. I've already ente-ed the AWlbmineral. No A orn .......... ..... 5 'p 7a ArN'w Orleans...............7 ......
road she referred to; but I'm gping to Ar Olustee .? .................... 52N, 08a
turn back. So good night to you all; Ar-aneo.. .............. 111 a ._
and if Simon Slade get no more of my Ar icc enn'......... ..... : S 1 48 .IL i 6
A'- Bi Iuiin..................1;4Sj1b!9(IS~t
sixpences, he may thank his wi*le for it R COLLIN SJacksnvic........ ......7; : 1, '. m
-God bless her!". ( t e Train No. l, the Florida and Mierololitan liimited,. Pullman Buffet Sleeper. between -'amps,
And the man drew his hat with a Db ruu ist. Jacksonville id New York. via Iti-hlii(o:il aiitd .Vailiigtoit. D.ty coiclies between .Ak)U-
jerk over his forehead, and left. imme- -ovilleand Wluilngton. Train 3t al-o carries Pullman Bunlet Sleeping car. between Jer4 City,
diately. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Jacksonville find Tampa
datelyhi seALmedAteAsgnl, Lor. No. G Floridaand Atlantic Fast M-il. Day coaches, mail, bigggwe and exprxss cars ween
This seemed the signal for isper- Jacksonvill,- nd Washingtn, and Pullman sic 'lr- between .acksonville aiid New Yo-kl
sion, and all retired-not by wav of the No, 38 fwmrects at iyvaimah with a new trauim over Seaboard, to a-rive Montgome tl&.
-bar room, but out into the hll, and .V a. S m. iPulmn:rn rrawiuig Iufl t ieelbrs .sav:inahl to Muut.omery; also immetil.ate -on. ec-
t g t d laing uln t A tonsat -avaniahowith central of Georgi f)r Macn, Augusta, Atiauta, Columb hs, Birinii:ham
through the door leading uppn the and points beyond.
porch that ran along in front of the No. 15 ntnects at Starke for La'"rosse, Alachua, WiPeford, Wannee and intermediate points
House. Soonafter the br was closed, A and at lroher with Early lirlBreinch.o
e. Soon after the bar was losed, Steamers f4r Key West and Havanna--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays and Thwsdays
SNos. 2nd 1, sleeper between NewOrleans and .lacksovAglle.
Full information at City Ticket Office, Plione 1,4, R P. Hopkins, Agent.
JAs.M. II t, H. E.1. BUNCH, A. 0. MACDOVELL,
1st V.P. &G. M.. Gen. Pas. agent, Aes. Gen. Pa-s. Agt.,
ortsmouth, Va. JacksonvilleFla
Carrabelle, Tallahassee& Georgia R.R.
.. Dyspepsa is unn e in ed PASSENGER SCHEDULES EFFECTIVE SEPT. 3, 1900.
SAhalf the cases. It deceives the
-.. unknowing sufferer. Its many tcad Down. ERead Up.
variations work along theweakest
lines of the system. To battle '"






SYo Don't Find it Here Look

Mr. Robert H. Mickler has been un-
rw the weather for several days.
Mi. A. B. Small, a prominent disci
ie of Blackstone, was here yesterday
tr m Lake City.
Among Monday's visitors to Talla-
ansee was Messrs. C. S. Curtis, of
Quincy, and S. D. Clarke, of Monticello.
Manager J. S. Harrison, of the .big
law mill down at St. Marks, had busi-
ames in Tallahassee Monday, and spent
the day here.
Col. Robertson left last night for
Jacksonville, to attend a meeting of
the Executive Committee of the Flor-
Ida Press Association.
The population about Holland is on
the increase, as Mrs. M. Russell pre-
sented her husband with a bouncing
boy baby Monday night.
Mr. T. L. Coe, a leading farmer liv-
ing near Holland, made a business trip
to the city yesterday, and called on
The Tallahasseean.
Mr. T. E. Buchman, a prominent at-
torney of Jacksonville, made a business
trip to Tallahassee Tuesday, returning
to the metropolis Wednesday.
Women naturally, admire beautiful
hats and stylish millinery, and to those
who are in search for the latest fads
and 'fancies we call attention to Miss
Gerard's change of ad in this issue.
4 4
Mr. F. C. Gilmore has stated posi-
tively that he will not be a candidate
for mayor of Tallahassee. This leaves
The field open for Mr. Gorman, the
present incumbent, and Mr. Evans.
Wednesday night a negro man nam-
ed Willie Jackson, aged about 25, at-
tempted to board a southbound Geor-
gia Pine train about nine miles from
Tallahassee. He fell beneath the
wheels and was horribly mangled.
Undertaker Rozear shipped a coffin out
there yesterday.
Councilman Randolph has decided
not to enter the race for re-election.
Mr. Randolph is a solid, substantial
and safe business man, who has made
an excellent and conscientious officer.
-Mr. Robert Phillips has been mention-
ed as a probable successor to Council-
an Randolph. Mr. Phillips is an en-
terprising, hustling young business
man, and should he be the choice of
the people, would make a .good mem-
ber of the City Council.
4 4
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C.
. Bnider, of Crittenden, Ky., "it seemed
- it would strangle before we could get a
doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery, which gave quick relief and
permanently cured it. We always keep
it in the house to protect our children
from Croup and Whooping Cough. It
cured me of a chronic broncial trou-
. ble that no other remedy would re-
. lieve." Infallible for Coughs, Colds,
Throat and Lung troubles. 50c and $1.
* Trial bottles free at all druggists.



ms all right, if you are too fat;
and all wrong, if too thin already.
Fat, enough for your habit, is
healthy; a little more, or less, is
no great harm. Too fat, consult
a doctor; too thin,; persistently
thin, no matter what cause, take
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
There are many causes of get-
ting too thin; they all come
wander these two heads: over-

work and under-digestion.
Stop over-work, if you can;
but, whether you can or not,
take Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil, to balance yourself
with your work. You can't live
on it-true-but, by it, you
can. Theres a limit, however;
you'll pay for it.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil is the readiest cure for
"can't eat," unless it comes of
vour-dnino- nn wrul_--,.. ....a*

Mr. and Mrs J. D. White and Miss
Stovall, of Jackson, Tenn., are the
pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Mr. Charles Harris, a jolly young
traveling man from Macon, Ga., spent
Thursday in Tallahassee, a guest of ihe
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bishop, of
Clearwater, were in Tallahassee Thurs-
day, guests of Mr. Crawford, at the
Leon Hotel.

Mr. E. Shutan, foreman of the El
Provedo cigar factory in this city, will
soon be en -route to Cuba, on a busi-
ness trip in the Interest of his firm.
The city election is only a short time
off, yet the people are manifesting lit-
tle or no interest in the matter. Our
offices should be filled by the best men
If you have a weakness(?) for good
printing, you will give The Tallahas-
seean a trial order. You'll like our
stock and be more than pleased with
the artistic work turned out.
Hon. G. W. Walker, who has been
spending some time on his farm in
Gadsden county, has returned to Tal-
lahassee. Mr. Walker is State's at-
torney for the second judicial circuit.
4 + + .
State Superintendent of Public In-
struction W. N. Sheats and son, W. N.
Sheats,- J., have been spending several
days on the coast hunting. It is pre-
sumed they are having a good time.
Miss Clyde Raney entertained in a
very charming manner the Happy
Twenty-Five Card Club last night.
Quite a, gathering of young people
were pre ent, and spent the evening
most enjoyably.
Do your duty as a citizen be register-
ing at once. You may want to vote in
the coming municipal election. The
registration books will be open until
February 12th.
+ 4 +
On the night of January 7th the court
house of Holmes county, Fla., at West-
ville, was burned by some unknown
party or parties. Governor Jennings
has issued a proclamation offering a
rewa d of $250 for the arrest and con-
viction of the incendiaries.
Mrs. T. L. Coe presented her hus-
band with a fine twelve-pound boy
Saturday night, and the people in the
neighborhood of Holland say Mr. Coe
is stepping extremely high over the
Mr. 'Brundydge, the mill man, has
moved his mill from Holland to Blox-,
ham, where he has contracted to cut
60,000 feet of lumber for J. D. Stouta-
mire and W. H. Hopkins.
Tallahassee proper contains only
about 4,000 inhabitants. Really, the
capital is a city of perhaps 7,000. This
is a case where expansion is necessary,
because the outlying suburbs are a big
part of the city, and should come with-
in the corporate limits.
No piece of printing is too small to
merit and receive careful, thoughtful
treatment in our office. An envelope
corner is given as much consideration
in proportion as a big catalogue-noth-
ing is Slighted. We believe we can
serve you better than any other print-
Have you seen that handsome gold
watch on exhibition in Sweeting's show
window? It is a beauty, and will be
presented to the most popular young
lady in Tallahassee.
"Ten Nights in a Bar Room," now
running in The Tallahasseean, should
be read by every boy and girl in the
land. Some bright student will receive
a present of $5 for writing the best
short sketch about the characters in
the story.
The fire company cannot hope to do
good work without the necessary equip-
ment A team of horses is needed and
some person should be employed to be
on duty night and day.
County Superintendent of Schools
Bannerman has been visiting the
schools of Leon the past week. Mr.
Bannerman is a firm believer in higher
education, and takes great pride in the
schools under his charge.
The registration books are now open,
and every voter in the city should reg-
ister at once. The municipal campaign
is now on. A mayor and council are
to be elected, and all who have the in-
terest ot the city at heart should be. in
a position to vote. This is a duty you
owe as a citizen. The books will re-

main open until February 12th.

Last week's Tallahasseean contained
the following: "E. H. Weathers will
soon open up a general repair shop in
the building now occupied by Duncan's
undertaking establishment." This is a
mistake. Mr. Weathers did see Mr.
Duncan about renting the shop in the
rear of his undertaking establishment.
No arrangement has been made to that
effect, however, and Mr. Duncan will
continue at the same old stand.
4 4+ 4
The Best Prescription for Mlalzrla
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of GRovE' R TAPTW-
iBB CHILL TOmIC. It Is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. Price 50c.

A dispatch from Washington an-
nounces that President Roosevelt has
appointed Edmund C. Weeks, of this
city, to the position of surveyor-gen-
eral of the State. The appointment
came as somewhat of a surprise, as it
was generally believed that General
Scarlett, who has filled the position for

Well, I see by th( many bills
That are scattereP, all around
That Allen's grept big Minstrel Show
Is coming to the town.
Well, I have see4 them all
Both great and s~iall,
Some twenty years ago.
But Allen's New Orleans Minstrels
still remain
The monarch of |them all.
I went to this very show
Some twenty years ago.
I was a young man then,
And, Allen, he wks young also,
He came to towia with about twenty
men, I
And one small bind, you know,
That was as merty as ever they had
Some twenty years ago.

And now he comr
With a special
you know,
With two big ba
A parade that il
or more,
A brand new ten
Arranged just
you know,
With seats for I
How is that fo*


of private

grand and fifth

ike an opera

*e cars,

ty men


iree thousand people.
a twentieth century

Can ladies go? VWell I should say so;
Any lady in the and,
No matter how grand,
Could go to see ihis show.
Allen is Souther er,
.And he has his Eouthern ways,
And one great characteristic fact ot
all Southern gentlemen
Is that every la r in their presence
Must be treated with respect, sir.
The company will appear here Janu-
ary 18th. Remember the free street
parade that takes place daily.

S EVERAL of the jMpromiment refddences in
0the city-eon houn adCliilon street-
unmuwmmed for b nM convemiece or social
surrounding. such are note n market for
a lifetime. For te pply e if you want
to buy. -W. M'GtFarp.
ptt B ALR C lAP-ONWk-(HTH I1h-
r teret in t he GroveLot
Sept. 14. 18nl' R. MIwo.

F. C

trial if core
not satisfac


We have
them in all
styles and
shapes to it
Severe fgure,
w and every
] corset is sold
1 under this
Most liberal
JW arrant-
"Money re-
i funded after
I! four weehs'

Iory. IM-

LooK for this
Trade Mairh-on
inside of corset
and on boz.

S o I el M a K e r 9
KtI 1 a amazoo, Mich.J

,*' Z !!Y
STallshassee. Ili.

A Kentucky Colonel
is supposed to ie a good judge of

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WIGHT BRO.'''U U U U U U U'- U U -- U

Tho Wori lo HMon
And the entcrprisiint druggist
muAt eater to the wants of his
h% tfincrs. In other words,
hp mmt r wi41. t | .1


or get hopelessly left. Balk-
coin's Drug Store prides itself
on the purity of the ...... .


, nd Druggist's Sundries car-
ried in stock. Everything is
the purest and best that money
can buy, and this should be
taken In to consideration when
you have a prescription. The
life of .. .


Is too precious to be risked on
impure, unreliable drugs. We
make a specialty of com-
pounding prescriptions, and
exercise great care in weigh-
ing the ingredients, so that
the resusLq will be just as the

Ikcom's Drug Store







The Hunting Seasoi

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

ienatemr Vnf n

P We
earry a
line of'
and are:

.1 l d.-j

..-, .an Lea, an ill ll ainus3
of ( Cking t'tensils. Get a Wil.
Sou "cater for your bath room.
By its ue you iare made comrnor-
table, awl the danger from sick-
ness entirely removed.

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Distinctive Marks
Is possessed by our
v .IiU _

Albert McLeod, of Judge MeLeod,
of Wakulla court was a visitor to
Talahae Mo y from Crawford-
ville. Mr. McLeo has been connected c
with the Gulf Cst Breeze, but has"
resigned his pos4on in favor of two
young men from 4berty county, who
have purchased thl plant
"The Tallahassdean is the best paper
ever published in his city since I have
been here. It is clean, noticably and
commendably lacldng in all sensational
matter, and yet iv es all the news fit
to publish in an interesting, readable
manner." The above statement was
made yesterday njorning by Mr. W. D.
Wilson, of the ScOthern Express Com-
pany, who has resided here about twen-
ty years. That 3 what they all say
now, and better still, they are demon-
strating their belief that it is so by
giving The Tallal*asseean the cream of
their patronage. Advertisers who want
to reach the reading public know that
this paper fills the bill, because it
brings results.
WANTED-AT onc traveling salesmen; ex-
perience not albolitey necessary; $60 and ex-
Penic k. Va.


Tallahassee Drug Co.,


Wight & Bro.,

Marcus' New Saloon.

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When we say Cure we mean a positive
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faculties, putting every organ into new
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Say! I Keep Everything
Usually sold in a first-class General Merchadidise Store, and
my stock is all fresh and good-none of yourI old, shop-worn
stuff, but everything strictly up-to-date. In . .

Dry Coods, Clothing, Bo ts, Shoes,
I can't be beat. If you want something stylish and good,
give me a call. Then, if you are after .... .

Staple and Fancy Groceries
Hardware, Family Drugs, Notions or anything needed in the
best regulated family, just see me, because I tell it for less
than the other fellow.


4. Syrup, the besi


le Deal cr iFlorida
t on the market.

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The Cypress Lumber Co.,



Cypress Shingles, Door, Sash and Blinds,

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

Cypress Tanks and Vats a Specialty.




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



AL AL *eeAe..eAL



The Peoples' Grocery,
(On Jefferson street,. second door from tish market)
CHAS. F. COGSWELL, Proprietor.

Our store is up-to-date in every particular. We are daily recei ring
our fall stock, and are in line with prices that will make goods go.
We carry a Complete Line of
Henz's Products. Canned Goods,
SOlives and Olive Oil, Baked Beans,
Pickles, with Tomato Sauce,
S Jams, Chow Chow, Sauer Kraut,
SJellies, etc., Mixed Pickles, French Peas.
All kinds ot Plain Pickles. Corn ani Tomatoes,
Preserves in Pickled Onions, Okra and Tomatoes,
Glass and Tin Sweet Pickles in Bulk.
(y Packages, Chow Chow in Bulk,
SCereals of all kinds, India Relish,
Buckwheat and Celery Salad,
Q Florida Syrup. Catsups. Sauces. etc.


The best thing on earth is an
Oyster Supper at Gresorv's Res-

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