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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 24, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00081
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

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Committee Appoint

Lake Okeec


Canals Have LoweredI
Several Fe

The proposed drainage
glades with Northern
Florida enterprise has a
tention of the whole
Land of Flowers. The
that vast area of swam
zation in the cultivation
cause an influx of im
will be beneficial to the
The Tallahassee coi
the Jacksonville Times-
zen has the following i
munication in Monday'
Away back in the e
days of the Disston Co
were made to drain the
digging canals to drain
lake in the hope of re
sands of acres for sug
Among the canals cut
Lake Okeechobee into t
chee river.
As soon as the effect
conducting water dow
Caloosahatchee country
felt and observed, th
menced to complain tha
turning too large a v
into that country, ov<
tracts of valuable land
plaints have continued
of trustees of the itnern
fund took up the matter
Hon. B. E. McLin, C<
Agriculture; Hon. A. C
troller, and Hon. J. B.
Treasurer, a committee
section, examine into
and con, as some of th
wanted the canals cl
others did not.
Some persons conte
canals have lowered th
feet in Lase OKeecho
that they be made dee]
their reduce the water
The committee left
Myers, where it will en
portant work assigned
As the digging of t
cost vast sums of mone
work'ot drainage is t
there is a spirit of gei
to obstructing said cm.i
eral. desire that they
deeper by blowing out
at the confluence of the
natural basin of the la

Large Crowd Turned 4

The municipal camps
see was shorthandd swe
a return of the present
cept Councilman Rand
tively declined to mak,
On January 10, Cha
mondson, of the City 1
mittee, issued a call f
ing, and this was th
The meeting was cal
* day night, by Mr. E
stated that the object
was for the nominate
for mayor, tax collect
city clerk, city treasul
Hon. Bartow B. Wi
in nomination for per
and Paul Lang for I
tary. There being no
were elected by acclaim
Judge George P.
nomination-the name
S for re-election to the
lector. Hon. Fred T

W. H. Chance for t
A. H. Williams for cle
No opposing candidal
forward, and the above
nominated by acclama
all served the city fa
in the ir respective ca
serve re-election.
The contest for th
quite interesting, R.
election being oppose
The balloting was ver
large vote was poll
the contest was: Go
Evans, 94 votes.
For .councilmen, J.
A. C. Spiller and Jul
elected without oppI
188, 193 and 189 V(
Councilman Randolp
cept a re-election, am
Levy and R. J. Phi
dates. The vote sto
Levy, 104, the former
o0 the meeting.
The ticket as nom
For mayor-R. B.

tes were brought Messrs. D. R. Cox and P. W. Stubbs
e gentlemen were Jr., have purchased the business'of th
nation. They have Tallahassee Drug Company. Mr. Co:
ithfully and well has been a resident of the Capital City
capacities, and de- for a number of years. He is a thor
ough-going business man, and a per
e mayoralty was fect gentleman, with hundreds o
B. Gorman's re- friends. He first came to Tallahasse
d by R. J. Evans. to accept a position with State Super
ry exciting, and a intendent Sheats. Resigning that posi
d. The result of tion, he went home, and was elected t
nrman, 119 votes; the Legislature from Alachua county
At the expiration of his term of office
A. Edmondson, hir. Cox returned to Tallahassee t
ins Ball were re- take charge of the Tallahassee Dru
position, receiving Company, which position he filled wit
notes respectively, entire satisfaction. Mr. Stubbs is a n
h refused to ac- tive of kacon, Ga. He has been her
id Messrs. Hars only a'1fw months, but being a youn
llips were candi- man ofl excellent character and un
pod Phillips, 1V; doubted integrity, he has made man
being the choice friends, who wish him success in h-
new undertaking. The style of th
inated Is: arm wil oe Cox & Stubbs. See the
Gorman. announcement in another column.
wr ui r'hancey.

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VOL. XT, NO. 48


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elUN SL committee for the ensuing year, gives
UA LAa | out the following:
Tallahassee, January 20.-In pursu-
ance of tue authority conferred by the
primary meeting held on the 17th in-
S*t stant, I name the following as members
6e To10 T isoi1 the city Democratic executive com-
hbee .-J. A. Edmondson.
2.-W. L. Wight.
3.-C. G. Myers.
4.-S. C. James.
5.-L. E. Cohen.
-* 8 Chairman primary meeting of Demo-
cratic voters city of Tallahassee.

Water In Lake A BRIGht' BOY GONE.
et. Little John A. Henderson Died Satur-
day, Agen Three Years..
ge of the Ever- Master John A. Henderson, the three-
capital and year-old son -of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Attracted the at- i-enderson, died Sunday, January 19th.
country to the at the home of the parents on Adams
reclamation of street, after an illness of several dayr.
p, and its utili- Little John was a particularly bright
:n of cane will boy, his precociousness being notice.
migration that and commented on by all. His un-
Sentire State. timely deaths is a severe blow to his
rrespondent of parents, who have the -sympathy of
Union and Citi- the entire community. The following
interesting com- beautiful lines in memory of the little
Is issue of that fellow were sent to The Tallahasseean
: Monday morning by a relative:
impany-efforts In memory of little John A. Hen
Everglades by derson, age three years; died January
the Okeechobee 19, 1902.
claiming thou- "Another little spirit has gone
,ar plantations. Where the faded flower shall freshen,
was one from Freshen never more to fade;
the Caloosahat- Where the shaded sky shall brighten,
Brighten never more to shade;
of these canals Where the sun-blaze never scorches;
n through the Where the star-beams cease to chill;
y began to be Where no tempest stirs the echoes
e people com- Of the wood, or wave, or hill;
tt the canal was Where the morn shall wake in glad-
)lume of water ness,
erflowing great And the moon the joy prolong;
s. These cornm- Where the daylight dies in fragrance
until the board 'Mid the burst of holy song-
al improvement Where no shadow shall bewilder;
and appointed Where life's vain parade is o'er;
commissioner of Where the sleep of sin is broken,
Croom, Comp- And the dreamer dreams no more;
Whitfleld, State Where the bond is never severed-
e to visit that Partings, claspings, sobs and moan,
the matter pro Midnight waking, twilight weeping,
ie complainants Heavy noontide-all are done;
osed up, while Where the hidden wound is healed;
Where the blighted light re-blooms;
nd that these Where the smitten heart the freshness
e waters several Of its buoyant youth resumes;
bee, and desire Where the love that here we
per so as to fur- On the withering leaves of time,
in the lake. bnall have fadeless flowers to lfix on,
today for Fort In an ever spring-bright climne;
ter upon the im- -Where we find the joy of loving,
it by the board. As we never loved before;
these canals has Loving on, unchilled, unhindered,
?y, and 'since the Loving once and ever more.
o be continued,. Where a blasted world shall brighten .
neral opposition Underneath a bluer sphere,.
nals, and a gen- And a softer, gentler sunshine
rather be made Shed its healing splendor here;
a ledge of rock Where earth's barren vales shall bios-
canals with the som,
ke. Putting on their robe of green.
And -a purer, fairer Eden
'ICKET. Be where only wastes have been;
Where a King in kingly glory,
Out Last Friday Such as earth has never known,
Shall assume the righteous sceptre,
Claim and wear the heavenly crown."
lign in Tallahas- A -RELATIV r.
eet," resulting in -- NEW INCORPORATIONS.
incumbents, ex- Letters patent have been forwarded
lolph, who posi- by Secretary of State Crawford to the
e the race. Florida Tie and Lumber Company, of
irman J. At. Ed- Jacksonville. The nature of the busi-
emocratic mom-e ness to be transacted by the corpora-
or a mass meet- tion is to tbuy, sell and lease lands, toc
e extent of <.de erect turpentine stills and naval stores
Plants, and to buy and sell naval stores
led to order Fri- cross ties and lumber, the manufactur-
dmondson, who ed products, and to transact all matter
of the gathering pertaining to naval stores, crossties
on of candidates lumber and saw milling business.
or, tax assessor, The capital stock of the company is
rer and four city $250,000, divided into 2,500 shares o!
Ison was placed $100 each; $50,000 of said authorize
lson wcaian capital stock is to be paid in at the or
nanent chairman ganization meeting of the company, ix
permanent secre- real and personal property. Remaining
opposition, they stock to be issued and sold from timl
action. to time by the board of directors, as th
Raney pD Wilson best interests of the company may re
office of tax col- quire, but no capital stock shall be solid
Myers nominated for less than par value.
ax assessor, and
rk and treasurer. A NEW FIRM.

Green county, Ga., on April, 17, 1816, served in this capacity for a term f showing the shores of the lower Poto- and 1% boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
being, therefore, in his 86th year. twenty-one years consecutively, whi mac river in the vicinity of Piney Salve and my leg was sound and well
When only ten years- of age his par- with the eighteen years as Senator d Point, Marylano; the Appomattox as ever." For Eruptions, Eczema, Tet-
e ents moved to Newton county, where Representative, gives a total of thi Sheet of the section of Virginia in the ter, Salt Rheum, Sores and aH blood
x the youngster entered a manual train- nine years as a faithful public serva t. vicinity of that town, exhibiting the re- disorders Electric Bitters has no rival
y ing school. Later they resided in Ox- He was also county superintendent t lief of the country and showing the lo- on earth. Try them. All druggists
Sford and Covington, where the sub- schools for Wakulla county for ei t cation of the grave of Patrick Henry; will guarantee satisfaction or refund
Ject of this sketch acquired a liberal or ten years, and infused the same the Lynchburg Sheet of the section in- money. Only 50C cents.
)f education. Having a leaning toward thusiasm Into this work that enter the vicinity of Lynchburg, Va.; the
e the medical profession, he attended the into everything he undertook. Lynchburg and appomattox Sheets, be- GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENTS.
medical college at Augusta. He de- ing reprints of older maps; the Ashe- Governor Jennings has made the fol-
- voted himself to his studies with an IN MEMORIAM. ville Sheet, showing the mountain lowing appointments during the past
rof the man, graduating with high hon- "He took them up n His arms, t country in the western part of North week, and commissions have been for-
Saors ithea nan rtivngth high hon- "He took them up in His armsnd b Carolina as far as the Tennessee bor- warded by Secretary of State Craw-
. ors in 144,and receivingthe degree His hands upon them and bl der; and the Marrietta Sheet or Quad- ford:
o o rf M. D. them." And can. we doubt that e rangle of the country including, and to Notaries Public for the State at
S After receM.D. iving his diploma the Savior loves little children as of the southwest of, arrietta, Ga. In all Large-S. S. Sanford, Mayo; John W.
S Afteof these maps the topography is indi- Harris, Bell, Alachua county; Robert
%h cated in great detail by the use of con- 1. Boone, Marianne; Owen Griffin, But-
" .........0 A. *-Ilk.. tour lines, and all tons, roads,stredms ler; J. H. Thompson, Jacksonville; J.
re and otuer features are clearly shown. E. West, Valle; J. E. Mester, Caryville;
k AJ. T. Bowen, Duncan; D. R. Zetrouser,
S10st POpular Young Ladoy t WRITE THIS DOWN Cenral; C. W. Johnson, Largo.
is in the book or memory: There is no John R. Wetherell, of LeLand, to be
SIN TALLAHASSEE such thing as a harmless cough. Ev- supervisor of registration of Volusia,
Ir e cry cough is a warning of a confidence county.
that goes from bad to worse unless it J. Warren Scott, of Jacksonville, to
is remedied right away. Opium-laden be timber and lumnber inspector for Du-
-. ~ A 1..~Y .~WVal id~nnjnt*

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or doubt that the soul f Jhnne Hen TH ST T CO
Person will receive a welcome to the THESTATE COL GE
heavenly habitations, though heleaves
Sa loving home to its sorrow? It was
4 short life of barely three years; but
love is not measured by time, and the Prr
companionship, brief as it was, will be PepaflRgglr oi
sorely missed. A deep shadow has fal-
N OG en upon earth's path, but it is only of
N-Aarth, and its darkness is lost to eyes
raised to the bright way over which the -
little feet have passed. Grief there will
be, for hearts are loving, and faith OAIRit Aso D UTTINE
is sometimes weak; but "it is well with USV IIE ARE HUSTLING
the child" and God would have all who
Vt love him follow whither he has gone.

Venerable Secretary of State, John L. ; tired children fall peacefully to Students Dread the Examinations
sleep Next Week.
SW Ahen nestled close upon a mother's
ra ord Passed Away at 7 breast, -
Crawford, Passed Aw ay at 7 held within a Savior's loving arms, The Florida State College is still in-
They sleep, to waken to eternal rest. c Tebestll
O loh n _creasing in membership, new students
lockorn ng. MOST POPULARYOUNG LADY edming in every week. 'the past weekI
S ; four new arrivals recorded their names.
S.Contest is Becoming Interesting-Mcre At present there are 165 scholars i
S*n attendance.
: Candidates in the Race. Most of the pupils have a dread for
next week-the examinations begin,
SThe contest for the most popular and those who have been lax in thtir

HAD BE EN A. FAITHFUL 0FFICIAL youngladyinTallahasseeisbecoming studies fear the consequences mn re
interesting, and quite a number of bal- than those who have worked hard i:
*lots have been received during the past prepare for the occasion. The order' i.
;week. Several new names have also will be very trying .to many.
*been added to the race, which will add Next week will witness the ,->lsir
.to the interest, of the first half of the school y,.ar.
SThe Capital City is noted far and I his leaves four more months of lia Was True to His Convictions, and Never Deserted .wide for her beautiful and captivating work for students and faculty.
,young ladies. They are all not only The Olympian Athletic Club is opK:
popular, but charming. yet there is one of the most progressive organizatioIn
a Friend-Short Biographical Sketch. more popular tnan all the rest. Who at the college, anm has a larger mnm-
this may be is for you to decide. The bership, with mo-e pretty girls aint
ballot is running in The 'i allahasseean. ugly boys. Prof. Williams, the presi-
All. you have to do is cut it out and dent of the club, s a trained athletp-
vote for your choice. Don't wait until His talks are both! instructive and en-
T the last moment, as this may be too tertaining. Prof. Long. conductor ot!
The people of the entire State will young disciple of Esculpapius left his, late. Besides, the more votes your fa- field sports, is also a fine athlete, and
be grieved to learn of the serious ill- native State for the Land of Flowers,. vorite has the better opportunity she works hard to instill a spirit of enthu-
ness of the venerable Secretary of settling at Newport, in Wakulla coun-, will have of winning. The people like siastic rivalry into the members., a.
btate, Dr. John L. Crawford. ty, a few months before the State was to be on the winning side, and usually well as to advance the interests of the
For several months Mr. Crawtord admitted into the Union, in 1845. IR, vote for the one in the lead. This is club in general. They are now organ--
has been in feeble health, but was get- 1847 he was elected to the general as-' human nature, so you see it will be to izing baseball and football teams. The
ting along as well as could be expect- sembly, and later to the Senate. In, the advantage of your favorite to send boys take great interest in boxing,
ed. About a year tgo he sustained a these capacities he served his State' in your ballots at once. tennis ano croquet, and will soon put
fall, which dislocated his left ankle. 'ith great distinction for eighteen In a short time The Tallahasseean in another tennis court.
For a time this rendered him almost years, all told. During his terms in; will announce the close of the contest, The Students' Christian Associationr
helpless, but the injury finally healed, the State Senate and House of Reprc-; and no ballots will be received later now holds weekly meetings in the re-
and he was able tol be at his office in &ntatives Dr. Crawford gained an en-. than the day before our regular issue ception room of the girls' hall, instead
the capitol. One ieek before Christ- viable reputation as a man of soun:* come out. In other words, the paper of in the chapel, as formerly. Mr. i-.
mas the doctor received another fall, judgment and great accumen. is published on Friday, and no coupons A. Hathaway, the president, is strivin..i
straining a tendon in his left hip. In 1848 Mr. Crawford married Miss5 will be received later than Thursday. to make the meetings both pleasant
Since that time he has been confined to Elizabeth E. Walker, by whom he had It will thus be the part of wisdom for and profitable to the members. A .ul-
his home. five children. She was a very popular you to vote as early and as often as ject is selected and a leader appointed
Mr. Crawford is in his 86th year, and and accomplished young lady, whos. possible. at each meeting for the next. After the
on account of his advanced age, fears parents were highly respected citizens When the count is made the candi- meeting is opened by the leader, w'v.:
were entertained that he would never of Floriua. She possessed many beauti- date receiving the highest number of a paper, the members respond with.
fully recover. He has all along been ful and rare traits of character. Theyf votes will, in addition to being present- quotations from the Bible,. 01o other
as lively and hopeful as circumstances later moved to Bainbridge, Ga., to edu, ed with a handsome gold watch, have sources, on the subject. MI;s L. E.
would permit, although a close ob- cate their children, as the schools of her picture published in The TaHa- Maxwell conducted the meeting last
server could see that he was daily Florida were very inferior as well as hasseean. The watch is now on exhi- Sunday, acquitting herself in a highly
growing more feeble, and that it will few and far between. They resided id bition in Sweeting's show window, on creditable manner.
be only the matter of a short time un- Bainbridge for ten years, still retain, honroe street. The Anaxagoreans are still holding
til the old gentleman shall pass away. ing their interests in Florida, spending The voting contest for the most-pop- interesting meetings, and on the last
Saturday night the doctor took a a portion of the time on his plantations ular young lady in Tallahassee up to occasion some very interesting matters
turn for the worse' Between 10 and 11 in Wakulla county. this morning stands as follows: were discussed. As next Friday night
o'dl6dk he became unconscious, remain-' duringg the time just before the civiJ Miss Fannie Shutan.............. 40 is the anniversary of the society, the
ing in the same comotase condition war the doctor strongly opposed seces- Miss Pearl McCord............. 40 members have decided to give a ban-
ever since, but gradually sinking. He sion. When actual hostilities began he Miss Gussie Chittenden........... 33 quet, at which all the luxuries of th-
has been receiving the best attention declined to espouse the cause of thf Miss Wee Wee Wilson ............ 25 eason will be spread. The anniversary
at the home ot his son, H. C. Craw- Confederacy. His well know honesty Miss Octavia Lavender ........... 14 commencement debate will be one of
ford, but there is the hush of death of purpose and purity of character wop Miss Florence Lewis.............. 13 the best ever given by the society.
about the place, as the grim monster the confidence of his neighbors, how,- Miss Mamie Andrews............. 8 The debaters have already been sug-
hovers threateningly over the couch of ever, and he remained unmolested. Miss Blanche Bradley............. 7 tested, and will be appointed at the
the venerable sufferer. While on the floor of the State Se Miss Gertrude Chittenden........ 4 debate has been postponed, but the
During Dr. Crawford's residence in ate in 1881, making a speech, he wT Miss Bertha B. Bradley .......... 1 next regular meeting, when new officers
Tallahassee he has endeared himself to interrupted by a messenger entering Miss Blanche Parret.............. '1 will also be elected.
the entire people, and it was with re- the chamber. The presiding officer r4 Miss Bessie Saxon................. 1 The subject for the next debate is,
great that they learned of his serious ceived the message, and after glancin Miss Clifford Carroll.............. 1 "Resolved, That Admiral Schley is the
illness. it over, advanced to where Dr. Crai- Better send in your coupons and let greatest naval hero of the day." The
HE PASSES AWAY. ford was standing and read it out. Gt them be counted. orators who will discuss this import-
Since losing consciousness last Satur- was a brief message from Govern ant question are: Affirmative--SamueL
S iht he has been gradually sink- Bloxham, appointing the Senator fro THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE. Sanborn, Guyte McCord, Burton Bel-
ing. The end cane this morning at 7 Wakulla county as Secretary of Stat. Every year a large number of poor cher, and Joseph Ferrel. Negative-
o'cl ock, when he passed quietly and The honor was unsolicited and une- sufferers whose lungs- are sore and David Cook, Walter Williams, Clarance
peacefully away, to meet his faithful pected, and therefore a great surprise. racked with coughs are urged to go to Shine and -- These are all gxdt
wife, who had preceded him only a few The recipient was so overcome wi another climate. But this is costly and independent debaters, and are compe-
months He was surrounded by loving emotion that he collapsed complete not always sure. Don't be an exile tent to do full justice to the subject,
' children and grandchildren, who had Dr. Crawford had, the day previously when Dr. King's New Discovery for and some of them will be on the com-
- done everything in their power to presented a petition to Governor Blo Consumption will cure you at home. mencement debate.
SSmake his last days happy and comfort- ham, asking the appointment of aIt's the most infallible medicine for
Sable Three children survive htm, as their man. '. Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Lung "Rack-e-ty cax. co-ax, co-ax.
follows: C Y Crawford, of Arcadia; Governor Perry, who succeeded Go diseases on earth. The first dose brings "Rack-e-ty cax, co-ax, co-ax,
s Mrs. J. W. Adams, of Crawfordville, ernor Bloxham in the gubernatori 1 relief. Astounding cures result from We are the stuff, yes we are.
arn Hon. H. C. Crawford, of this city. chair, reappointed Mr. Crawford s persistent use. Price 50c and $1.00. Anaxagoreans! Rah! Rah! Rah!"
d As The Tallahasseean goes to press Secretary of State in 1885. The n Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles
" the funeral arrangements have not constitution of that year changed ca at all drug stores. HE KEPT HIS LEG.
Sbeen announced inet positions from appointive to el Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
g Dr. John L.Crawford was one of the tive. So thoroughly satisfied were t e MAPS OF ATLANTIC SEABOARD. Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with
Most popular men in the State. A man people with Governor Bloxham's a Among the new maps and reprints of a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood.
e whose morals were incorruptible, and pointment that they elected his Sec ; old maps which the U. S. Geological poisoning set in For two years he
- who, by his kind disposition made tary of State in 1888, 1892, 1896 a Survey has recently issued are the fol- suffered intensely, ihen the best doc-
Sfriends of everybody with whom he 1900, each time without opposition, t lowing of section along the Atlantic tors urged amputation, "but,"he writes,
i, o,~ott Hie wan hmrn in will thus be seen that Dr. Crawtf seaboard: The Piney Point Sheet, "I used one bottle of Electric Bitters



ew In the Vicinity-Here and There
Through the Neighborhood.


All the Local and

Personal News From

Woodville, Fla., Jan. 21.-Mrs. B. F.
Isler, of Bradfordville, is visiting her
parents at Woodville this week.
Mr. Chandler Revel, of Valdosta, Ga.,
S s at home this week with his parents.
He was called home on account of the
illness of his brother.
Mr. Amos Alexander and Miss Grace
Hall were quietly married last Sunday
at the residence of the bride's mother,
Rev. Thos. J. Isler officiating.
Rev. .G. F. Austin arrived at Wood-
ville last Thursday to take charge of
the Woodville circuit for the coming
year, and is carrying on a series of
meetings this week at this place.
Mrs. John Boatwright died last Fri.
day .and was buried Saturday in the
family burying ground, Rev. G. F. Aus-
tin conducting the funeral services.
We extend our sympathy to the be-
reaved ones.
Mr. George Roberts, of St. Marks,
paid Woodville a visit this week.
Mr. Brewer, representing the Mutual
Drug Co., of Jacksonville, was here this
Mr. John L. Robinson was in Talla-
hassee Monday and Tuesday on busi-
Mr. Bannerman, our school superin-
tendent, was in Woodville the early
part of the week on his round to the
schools. He reports the schools all in
good order and getting on pretty nice.
Mr. George Gerrell gave a log roll-
ing last Thursday. He had eighteen
- i "

hands to 'Ielp him. They piled the logs
on tea -acres of new land for him. Mr.
GerVll is one of our progressive farm-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody, on Munson
Pond, lost their baby last week.
Mr. George Herring and his sister, of
Sopchoppy, have moved to Mr. H. G.
Lewis' place near Woodville for the
Mr. John D. Lewis is building a
house on his place which will be occu-
pied by Mr. Perry Strickland and his
mother and sister when finished. .

Burns, bruises and cuts are extreme-
ly painful and if neglected often result
in blood Doisoning. Children are espe-
cially liable to such mishaps because
not so careful. As a remedy DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled. It
draws out the fire, stops the pain, soon
heals the wound. Beware of counter-
feits. Sure cure for piles. "DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of
eczema after two physician's gave her
up." So writes James Mock, N. Web-
ster, Ind. 'The sores were so bad she
soiled two to five dresses a day."


Magnificent Portrait Will Adorn the

SPek, Fla., Jan. 23.-Mr. E. L. Bil-
lmade a business trip to the
Catal City last Thursday
Miss Ellen W. M Athorp gave her pu-
n a candy pulling last Friday after-
moon at the school house. The little
folks seemed to enjoy It immensely.
MM Apthorp invited her friends, and
all of them tried to amuse the children
by playing games with them.
Mr. IL J. Hanks and Mr. E. R. Sills
visited Tallahassee Saturday last.
Mr. B. F. Waller ,spent Saturday
might and Sunday at his home. He is
at work for Hanks at Waucissa.
Miss Ellen Apthorp was the guest of
Miss Clifford Baum from Friday eve-
ing, until Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Geo. J. Baum made a business
trip to Lloyd Saturday last. Mr.. Baum
is still improving.
Mr. Earle Waller gave his friends
and relatives a surprise last Monday
night by coming home. He had been
gone nearly two years to his old home
in Illinois. He also spent a part of his
time in Wisconsin.
Miss Maud Snipes, of Chaires, spent
last week with little Misses Clyde and
Marie Baum.
The farmers around here are busy
getting ready for another crop.
Mr. L S. Crump visited Chaires last
Mr. J. F. Joyner and family are sell-
Ing out and are going to Georgia. This
is the fourth family that has left this
neighborhood this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Humphress spent
the day in Tallahassee Saturday visit-
ing their son and daughter, Mr. and
-Mrs. Tom Humphress.
Master Willie Baum made a business
trip to Miccosukie Saturday.
There was to be preaching at Luten
school house last Sunday by the Wes-
leyan Methodist pastor, Rev. Mr. Fitch,
but the inclement weather prevented.
Everything is quite dull in our. vi-
einity this week, as every one is busy
debating what they shall do, and how
to begin this new year.

"My child is worth millions to me,"
says Mrs. Mary Bird, of Harrisburg,
Pa., "yet I would have lost her by
croup had I not purchased a bottle of
One Minute Cough Cure." One Minute
Cough Coure is sure cure for coughs,
croup anu throat and lung troubles. An
absolutely safe cough-cure which acts
immediately. The youngest child can
take it with entire safety. The little
ones like the taste and remember how
often it helped them. Every family
anould have a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure handy. At this season of
the year it may especially be needed

Mrs. J. A. Stewart entertained her
little nephew,, Edwin L. Thomas, on
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, with
a delightful party. Refreshments were
served, and all enjoyed a pleasant time.
- Those present were: Josie and Har-
rietta Duncan, Louise Clark, Mary
Davis, Teresa Yaeger, Virginia Ames,
Alma and Irma McCarthy, Kathleen
Demilly, Mary Damon, Frank Damon,
Helen Saxon, Bryan Palmer, Frances
and Willy Papy, George Carter, Rolly
and Harry VanBrunt, Thomas Canty,
Aline Barker, Joseph Williamson, Rus-
sell and Earl Mickler, Ralph Carter
and Emmet McCarthy.
The properties o. BALLARD'S
SNOw LINIMENT possess a range of
usefulness greater than any other rem-
edy. A day seldom passes in every
household, especially where there are
children, that it is not needed, .rice,
25 and 50 cents. At Wight & Bro.

The address of Attorney-General La-
mar at the capitol corner-stone laying
has already. borne fruit In his men-
tion of eminent men who had helped
to make )Florida history, Mr. Lamar
said: "No picture niarks the presence
there (in the State capitol) of Richard
K. Call, but his name and fame are
part of this State's history."
Although Zichard K. Call was one of
Florida's most eminent sons, and gov-
ernor of the State from 1835 to 1844,
he is one of the great men whose pic-
ture does not adorn the executive office
in Florida's capitol. This deficiency
has been supplied, however, as will be
seen by the following correspondence
between Secretary of State Crawford
and Governor Jennings:
Tallahssee, Fla., Jan. 22, 1902.
Hon. Williarn S. Jennings, Governor of
Florida, Tallahassee, Fla.
My Dear Sir: It is my pleasure to
present to tne State of Florida, in the
name of Mrs. Ellen Call Long, of Tal-
lahassee, a handsome oil painting of
my old friend: (her father), Richard K.
Call, governor of Florida from 1835
to 1844.
The oil painting is a very old one,
and has been in the family for several
generations, oeing highly prized by
It is the wish of both Mrs. Long and
myself that the portrait .of the illus-
trious man be suspended in the execu-
tive chamber.
V..ery respectfully,
Secretary of State.
State of Florida, Executive Depart-
ment, Tallahassee, Jan. 22, 1902.
Hon. John L. Crawford, Secretary of
My Dear Sir: I have the honor to
acknowledge the,. receipt of your val-
ued favor of the twenty-second instant,
"presenting to the State of Florida in
the name of Mrs. Ellen Call Long, of
Tallahassee, a handsome oil painting
of your old friend (her father) Richard
Keith Call, governor of Florida from
1836 to 1840 and from 1841 to 1844,"
and note that you state that "the oil
painting is a very old one and has been
in the family for several generations,
being highly prized by them; and that
it is the wish of both Mrs. Long and
yourself that the portrait of the illus-
trious man be suspended in the execu-
tive chamber."
It is my pleasure, on behalf of the
State of Florida, to accept this portrait
as one of Fld6ida's ablest, statesmen
and bravest patriots, and to cause it to
be suspended in the executive chamber
as requested. On behalf of the State of
Florida I want to assure Mrs Long
and yourself th4t this gift is highly ap-
preciated, and I shall cause to be re-
corded in the records of the executive
office of the State your letter of this
date presenting the same.I
I also wish to express my personal
appreciation of having the portrait of
one that served with great gallantry
and bravery onL the staff of General
Andrew Jackson, who received his
first appointment as governor of the
territory of Florida as an evidence of
the special trust and confidence re-
posed in him by his old commander,.
then occupying he position of Presi-
dent of the United States, and of one
that served his' territory with Auch
signal ability and fidelity as its gover-
nor, suspended in the executive office.
I have the honor to remain,
Yours very truly,
W. S. JENNINGS, Governor.

There is a fascination about big
profits to a business man. But the con-
servative and cautious trader prefers
to have the lesse- per cent f interest
and the larger per cent. of safety in his
investments. There is no business
man who would not consider it a sound
proposition to invest in an enterprise
in which absolute loss was impossible
and which offered ninety-eight chances
in a hundred of a rich profit "The sta-
tistics of cures elected by Dr. Pierce
Golden Medical I.iscovery shows that
ninety-eight per cent of cases of "weak
lungs" can be absolutely cured. Al-
most if not au forms of physical weak-
ness may be traced to starvation. Star-
ration saps the strength. The body is
Just as much starved when the stomach
cannot extract nutrition from the food

it receives as wh4m there is no food.
"Weak lungs," brouclal affections, ob-
antite oumrh. call Tfor nourishment

Office of D. H. Hardy,
Secretary of State,
Austin, Tex., Nov. 21, 1900.
I have found Dr. Mbffett's TE-.'H-
INA a splendid remedy and aid for my
teething children. When my oldest boy
was a teething child, every succeeding
day warned us that wf would inevita-
bly lose him. Happened upon TEETH-
INA, and began at once administering
it to him, and his improvement was
marked in 24 hours, and from that day
on he recuperated. I have constantly
kept it and used it since with my chil-
dren, and have taken; great pleasure
in sounding its praise to all mothers
of young children. I found it invalu-
able even after the teething period was
passed. MRS. I. H. HARDY..


DeFuniak Springs, Floaida, Eighteenth
Annual Sessior, 1902.
The Florida Chautauqua Assembly
has anonunced a superb program for
the coming season. It enters this year
on its eighteenth session and its steady
growth and development have been
noted with interest and appreciation
not only in Florida, but throughout
our beautiful Southland1
During the last three years it has
grown from four to seven weeks and no
finer program has ever been presented
to the public.
Its list includes in musicall attrac
tions the celebrated Go hen Band and
Orchestra, six fine concert companies,
four solo violinists, two lady whistlers
and several contralto, soprano and bar-

The Thief...

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Thouseandsofou wa1ng to
tis t ft htiherited comine-as b tolen
away and isteadof glowing checks, bright eyes
haetaken the mac of these foner charms.
rTheseathe waing feelings! Weak, tired
and exhunted the morning, no life, no ambi-
Iti e toenirtps their form pleasures, irr-
dull heaaches, general
ai ana eanedow we A these
Isantsj pu bt. iiand weakened or-

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This remedy is in no sense a nostrum,
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his personal appearance, though he is
yet young.
Thursday of last week he was still
at work on thde sidewalk after all the
carpenters and bricklayers had left.
Along- came an umbrella mender and
stopped to look at the new building.
Mr. Duval straightened up, looked at
tne fellow, and perhaps having an eye
to warding off an application for a
dime, said:
"I'm tired, but haven't made any-
thing today."
"Well, said the tramp, "itf you have
not made more than I have you have
not made much."
"But, really," replied Duval, "I have
not made a ce)t."
The tramp came closer, eyed him
critically and asked:
"Who are you working for?"
He had been at work all day on the
sidewalk, so Mr. Duval replied:
"For the city."
""What have you: done?" asked the
This was a new and Interesting turn,
opening an opportunity for a great joke
on himself, and Mr.: Duval, who, by the
way, is trictly temperate, replied:
"Got full."
This completely captured the tramp.
Coming up still closer and becoming
very confidential, a well as very sym-
pathetic, he asked: |
"Have you any tobacco?"
"Yes," said Duvall "I have plenty of
"Have you got plenty of cigarettes?"
"No," said Duval, "I do not smoke.
Sometimes get full, but draw the line
on cigarettes."
"Well," Inquired the tramp, "how
many days you got?'!
"Two more."
"Good," said the tramp, and with a
last sympathetic look, departed.
Next day he passed the building, and
Mr. Duval was leaning up against a
post on the sidewalk watching the
workmen. The tramp approached him,
still wearing that sympathetic look
and said:
"Say, pard, you seem to be bossing
"No," said Duval, "not exactly boss-
ing, but not working; quite so hard."
Saturday night he! (Duval) was in
Yaeger's store, wheEi along came the
same tramp. Siding up to Mr. Duval
he said:
"Pard, you must be a trusty."
"No, my time is out," said Mr. Duval.
"Well, I have been watching you,"
said the tramp, "and if you worked for
the city much longer I believe they
would put you on the police force."
With a wave of the hand he disap-
peared and has not been seen since.
Mr. Duval is telling the story to his
friends, and wondering if the joke is
on him or the police force of Talla-h

Thousands Have Eldey to
anm Don't Know It.
Now To Miad Out.
Fill a bottle or common tgas' with
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sediment or

oo t-he g --a the back isfalls
convincing proof that the kidneys ande e
neys If it
your h aenf it

der are out of order. evidenceof
frwhateqto Do. desire
passl t or pain goof
convincing trof that the kidneys atd

There is comfort in the knowledge
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Root, the great kidneyreat kidney remedy fulfills ev
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in t
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every p
of the urinary passage. It corrects nai
to hold water and scalding pain in
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wonderful discovery
and a book that tells

address Dr. Kilmer & H. Ws. Tmas,
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing me-
C. Gainesh.sth,
ion reading this generousffer in this paper
itone singers of renown.
Seventeen well known impersonators
and readers from various States appear
on the list. Also four illustrated lec-
turers and Kline's Lumiers Cinemato-
graphe Company, the most up-to-date
and best moving pictures in America.
Among the well known lecturer
may be mentioned Rev. Sam P. Jones,
Rev. A. W. Lamar, Rev. H. W. Thomas,
Hon. Wallace Bruce, Rev. John W.
Hancher, Rev. Chas. E. Cartwright,
Rev. Albert Curry, Dr. D. H. Mann,
Prof. H. V. Richards, and President C.
C. Gaines.
The list of entertainments includes
150, speakers and representative at-
tractions of many States.
Send to the president, secretary or
any DeFuniak friend for a copy of the
detailed program giving the entire
seven weeks entertainment from Feb-
ruary 12th to April 2nd.

Putrefying food in the intestines pro-
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Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the
poisons from clogged bowels, gently,
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Biliousness, Sick Headache, Fevers, all
Liver, Kidney and Bowel troubles.
Only 25c at all drug stores.
Mr. W. H. Pleasants, who was re-
cently appointed freight and traffic
manager of the Seaboard Air Line rail-
road, is an old railroad man, and has
had a wide experience. He was gen-
eral freight agent for the Florida Cen-
tral and Peninsula railroad, and later
served in the same capacity for the
Ocean Steamship Company, with head-
quarters in New York. He is there-
tore pre-eminently fitted for the posi-
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his services.

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Rev. Dr. MorrijWechsler,
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NEqyOtK, Jan. 3,.1901.
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_ ttt tt t GREEN A. CHAIRES DEAD. accompanied b brought into conflict the ...
mucous atch enemy: "When the litat death
11PbC--tz"Wlthe mouth, erap has been fulflled we shall e that 8ich
Edca i DpartWas a Public Spirited Citizen and Will tons on the lives, that have made the impress
Be Sadly Missed by the Town. sure throat, cope upon the hearts of men, hav not been | *
colored spmgtes lived in vain."
(Address all articles intended for thia Chaires, Jan. 22.-A spirit of sadness glands, aching muscles A ND.
column to W. F. King, Hawthorne, i brooding over our village and sur- bones, the disease is making
la., or M. Atta Hancock, Archer, Fla.) rounding country, for death has again ru pid headway, and far worse A CURE FOR LUBGO.
COOPERATIN IN SCHOOL MAN. touched a home circle and borne will follow unless the blood W.C. Williamson, of Am erst, Va.,
a1ay one whose influence for good, will prompl nd effectually cleansed t says: "For more than a year suffered
AGEMENT.-Part 1st. lo ig be felt. Mr. Green A. Chaires, the -foiolnt d,4LJi UCvIe poison.
Co-operation is the watcihwbrd rf man for whom this place is named, was S. S. S. s the only safe and liable from lumbago. I finally t e me eChain-
success with a ball team, a bat crew, the victim. He was born -March 10, Cure for tis disease, the only antidote be relief, which n Balm and it remedy ens
a political party, an army. It is the 17, and died January 16, 1902. Mr. forw cases thoroughlynand permanently. irefa reliefto do."whichSold by Wi ther & Bro.
C.aires was the oldest citizen of this w aaithoroug h erfanently,8and all medicine dealers.
prise in common. Most of the things Pecepl; public spirited man, one who I ontmcted Vi Bw
we undertake in life involve us in w.s always reauy to advocate a cause Poison. I tried Van Vranken's show was ere three
partnership relations. These relations that would promote the interest of R thrs e days last week, and gave faction
are not always recognized, but exist Chaires. Indeed he will be missed in did me no ood; I was getting worse all the to all who attended. Forest Tempest, -----
nevertheless. The most enlightened so many ways. By his indomitable thme; myd Ir came out, ers a red in my the equine wonder, is the w le show. ----
and freest citizenship with its invalu- energy and thrift he had accumulated a with ycbol d c and ofs This wonderful animal can o every-
able rights to life, liberty and the pur- large share of this: world's goods,which sor a. I suered severely from rheumatic pains thing but talK. He can read, te, tell
suit of happiness fully recognized is in proved a blessing, for he gave with a my shoes atd arms.tdi s the time of day, and in arit etic can
fact a partnership. Patriotism is princely hand to the church, the school can u my su elrings. I had about divide, add, multiply, and subtract.
merely the full recognition of these a to charity. He was an honorarylot all hop of ever being well again w The exhibition given by For t Temp-
partnership relations and a willingness member of the W. F. M. S. and gave ofl imustd t ess IsQ est is alone worth the price admis-
to do cheerfully and faithfully the du- his means to send the gospel to the little faith ,eft in any sion.
ties of a partner. The State is the en- heathen. For many years Mr. Chaires medicine. tfter taking
tire company. was a great sufferer from that distress- a change i my condi- DON'T LIVE TOGETH IR.
Every school is, in fact, whether so ing disease asthma, and during the last tion. This v as trul y cu- COt
recognized or not, partnership organ- year of his life his sufferings were in- t dgin s. gethser. DeWitts Litlh ne er Riserso o-
Ization, and its success depends upoa teise, but he bore it patiently and thogh ti al. From promote easy action of bowels
the co-operation ot its members. The would tell his children that it was only memprove-i without distress. "I have n trou-
smallest rural school with its thirty natural; that he could not live long, seemed to hnve the dis- bled with costiveness nine y rs," says
pupils and one teacher is by no mean, and he was willing to suffer God's will. ease compltely under.0Ge ,n."hvR y CorS
option. Th teacher the parents His tender solicitude toward his chil- tro the edsorande J.. Greene Depauw, I. "I have
and the pupils are all partners with dif- dren and grandchildren even in the soon free frm all siansd ,I/s w Risers give best results." 8 TRAI H T FRO T
fervent duties to perform, but having, or mist of great suffering was touching. of the *dsors r: I have Asky MdS
tuitpro ,uhvgobeen strong and healthy ever since. _h_____
at least should haye, a common pur Ever since our acquaintance with Mr. ,. W.SMrH, Lock Box 611, Noblesville, Ind.
pose. Consequent co-operation in Chkires begun we have noticed him is the only purely vege- YOU KNOWWHAT YOU ABE Z ROTAL WORCESTER-CORSET C Wi Ster, Mass.
the school is a it necessity being a man of lofty aspirations, with C table blood purifier When you take (rove's Tasteless ill ironic
An organization f any kind accom- courage to always try to aujust a known. $1, ooo is beaus% i tie formula is plainly pran on every
plishes its work with greatest ease and wrong. He had many virtues worthy Loffered for proof that ntee anoam that litis ormPe eo ol day. uip-
Sost thoroughness 'only when all wh f emulation. All could find in him a it contains a particle of
are involved act together harmonions- true friend, and many are the words of mercury, potash or other mineral poison. ,. 'IA NIS NOTI
ly. Then the whole strength is di- sound advice given by him to others, Send for our free book on Blood Poison; N,.ee is herebhy given that, a guardian
recte'l as that of one man. But when irrespective of race 'or color. Never it contains valuable information about of litie vsiat of '`harles L. I .flly. a
discord appears-for example, among ; this disease, with full directions for self miinor. I will apmvly to meon. I A. Whit- er ee i Z m
the members of a ball team, they cease i FOR OVER SIXTY. YEARS treatment. We charge nothing for medi- iofi. (', in thejourtf on unt Fla.. sat 4
to make scores. A boat crew slackens Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has cal advice; cure yourself at home. in the ity .of Tallailnssee, on M day. ti' OF THE
speed when the oars cease to make beet used for over sixty years by mil- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GA. I 7th dty f eruary, A. I at ten O THE CELBRATED 7-YEA OLD
clock i. in.. or is soon thereaft tis I can
their regular strokes in unison. A--po- lions of mothers for their children h--e heard. for authority to seil it Interest U i
ofl the. 'iiol 1101a1 in therflwi(lesfriedCalho1nauri
litical party. if divided into factions, is wh le teething, with perfect success. It have we seen more genuine sorrow real estate', .ituate in said couin. to-wit : O
almost sure of defeat. Victory never soo.hes the child, softens the gums, than was his servants at N. 1. i.E. of 1. E. 1, X. low. (O f
perched on the standard of an army alleys all pain, cures wind colic, and is his death. 1r. Chaires leaves to mourn s F. 11 : ..nE'. of s. W % E. !, "l
whose leaders are' concerned greatly the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will his departure four sons and three N c. :S. E. of I N. O We shipin Pla Pekae nomarks to contents, which will
with their jealousies relieve the poor little sufferer imme- daughters 'besides several grandchil-w. E o Nan avoid all comment. When you et it and test it, t satisfacto, return
Fortunately people generally admit diately Sold by druggists in every aren. Let 'them be comforted by the s. % /- se .. 14 : N. W. of 4N E. %f of as good as any $5.00 goods in a e re land nd ci
the importance of co-operation. The part of the world. Twenty-five cents a thought that while Death has come and Se'e. 14: in N. of R 1 E., sntining you alckerdelivery tham distant houses. We have teen doing business in
difficulty lies in getting them to co- bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- performed his cruel work, the Bible 100 Y, G rdthisty and a the same stand for yea and as tour rebel
operate. Let us examine the matter and low s Soothing Syrup," and take no says Christ! has invaded the grave and or to Ihe orothi. paper
see if we can determine principles otho r kind. brought death into captivity, and that Al MINIiSTRATeO'sS NOTI E. aS. O MrON yo L
which will guide us in our efforts to there is a even where age shall find ll ritorshavi legates, distrib ees, and 1928-1930 Bi
secure co-operation i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. immortal uth. While only those against the estate o Annie S. artt, de-
Co-operation is based on confidence, Department of the Interior, Land who have passed through similar trials ceased, late of Leon county. Fl ida. are NOTICE-Wepay express hargeas to all lointreached the ouern Expre"s
called upon to present them duly uthenti- ompy," butte onth on ltnes ofotherexpreescompantes ll prepay only to points
confidence in one's wn ability, confl- Ofilqe at Gainesville. Fla., Jan. 13, 1902. realize what it is to give up a loving, l ruri aled u, toretodroeedeovpsa O.D Stbero Express Company transfers W l Mpreapon thop a
where foethern Expre Company transfers to mi other cIPpmey we cannot u hip
oence in the associate individuals, and Nbtice is hereby given that the fol- tender father to whom we can never her estate within one year her tate notor oter aca Whenmention this paper.
confidence in the e ctiveness of the lowmg-named settler has filed notice more go for comfort, these severings of exceeding $ from January 1 h. 19i2,
organization as a wh le. As the greater of his intention to make final proof inearthly ties bring us sometimes to the dt .e ate i th fis publ nicationlo thIs pa
part of the response ility rests upon support of his claim, and that said e talks of tn uomeb ontie: otherwise this notice willbeod.iero
the leader in any enterprise, so a lack pro will be made before Wm. C. God's g r e was manifested in Mr. Wo. D. HARTT dmr
of confidence in him is more disastrous Hodges, U. S. Commissioner, at Talla- Chaire's deTth. During his last days Tallahassee. Fla., Jan. 17, 190 S8t
than in an individual of lower rank. ha1s Fla., on Feb. 24, 1902, viz: he would all for his Bible, anl "ATEMENT. _T WCRM
In politics particularly men will often Geoige McGilbert, of Tallahassee, Fla., hise woulhand un l for his Bible, atnl layin tThe prom- T. U S n 3-, a r
acknowledge that thire are unreliable Hd. 26639 for the N. W. Sec. 18, hTapiwl. ises of Ad oon itained q t theprom- nd of l alC
voters in their party, but when they 2 S.,: R. 2 E. -He names the following iswsofdu conted ldterein t ad s o n e* t3u a s
eoecswitesses to prove his continuous resi- would request his children to sming Showinffthe amountof taxes to the Nat v v arn Quality.
become convinced that their leader is witnesses to prove his continuous resi- ,tTnTtf c L. inw-l t->IN
becompetent or untrustwor th ere re- dece upon and cultivation of said "Nearer, my God, to Thee," joining Tax Collector of Leon county. Flori to b
lacompetent or untrustworthy there re- dence upon and cultivation of said in with the He bade them all meet collected for the current year I and tOe Fat 20 T rsg Has Led ad Wwa B
ts a slackening of efforts, if not a land, viz: P. D. Lewis, of Woodville, in with the. He bade them all meeapportionment of the same eto seth1 ad 1ve rt U Fiw 0 GEl.
disintegration of the whole organia- Fla W. F Page, of Woodville, Fla. him in heaven. In such a life and death funds tor which uch taxes have be levied o x~" X D LS
dtintegration ofthe whole orgavictorza- Hill Lowry, of Woodville, Fla.; Wella as this it proves the words of the poet, includingrpoll tax with county fund. by JAMES F-. A ,R,, St. LouiS.
tion. An army on the eve or Hallin, of Woodville, Fla. "'It is not at of life to live, nor all of Total tax for year 1900. including ,_i~ 0 ^- -AIwAA
esquently becomes demoralized ori- W. G. ROBINSON, Register. death to di," and it proves the hope Am'P ollected and d .. Oct. ..9.20...09 __ -
ikes to flight if the commanding o. Till Feb. 24.] that every te believer will have when 23, 1901 ...................... 9W2 09
is captured or killed. Till Feb. 24.1 APPORTIONMENF.
Competent, courageous and trust- Till-mb..- General revenue ................... 30186
wthy leadership is evidently the most Amount collected and paid to Cet. Nlle=
e3, 1901 ......................... 301.86
harwtant factor in curing co-opera- W .ines. forfitaum................... 80821
gpIW. V .Amount collected and paird to Oct. T e ts _
lo23, 1901......................... 808 21 TenthL s-__
In school the teach r, if there is but Brkdges. culverts. etc............ .2467 f1
me, and the principle teacher, if there i Amountcolleoted and paid toOct. of Pu Jul from iaturaIt
mt several, is the leader. A large county' Schools. including, ,. "... 1 4635 35$U 4r UICm
auool differs from i small one as a 7 i Amount collected and paid .a Oct, aoh V C Y(
ent with its col nel commanding i B 23, 1901............. ......... 1 W all the a
Captains and their companies dif- A GUARANTEED INVIGORANT AND Atte st Court ci. A Ba n ,EGULATES the er, and Bowes,
from the isolated company with I INFALLIBLE CURE FOR Clr Circuit CourtltheSLsten Pnrifies theeo
oan captain, whether her is atone s t Nervousness Bach-ache, Despondency, In the Circuit Court, Second dicil S ff r U i C
with a company or absorbed in alregi- Insomnia, Sexual Impotency, and all Circuit of Florida in and f Leon uT ffer UR a Biliou s C S tl ,
WithL a c o diseases resulting from Early Errors, County-In Chancery. m h an
w fLater Excesses, Overwork or Worry, e rf. r o t t l an 0G11 eac h aired Digestion
Confidence in the teacher depends, as Ltri, if n Ovletr rk Wplrte y ,ndr Ben C. Chaires and George Greenh as ex- UU
aId his which, if neglected, completely under- ecutors of the last will and testamentlf Julia ,
Would in any other person, upon his mine the system, often resulting in in- s. Pettes, late of sad county of 14.. de- DisEeery tl rt Sh
ampetency, courage, sincerity, etc. It sanity and Death! if you have any o ce-ased, etc, complainants, vs. lvia C.
old go without saying that large Greenhow. wife of the said George G aenhow, T IL ; --*' B, a-X s X.
WOUld without saying that large the above symptoms MEXICAN MIX- Letlie G. Beard. Garland Shepard. tte S. *i
Mabers of teachers fail to inspire ''URE will cure you. it has no equal. LaRocheandJamesH.Laloche,herl band, LiVC Price, 0 Cents.
ealdenfdce because of their literary in- -P Develops Youthful Strength and Vigor Defendant s.
Wimpetency; others, because of their ., in every part of the body. Avoid It having been made to appear by the davit i reared by JAMES F. BA, St. Louis, Mo
eofar itncompetencra others of Quack Doctors, Free treatment, C. O. D. this cauc, that the defendant. Garland pard,
Chaa of their general weakness of frauds and other humbugs. Refuse sub- is a resident of New Kensington Penn
Crater, and others still, because of stitutes. Get MEXICAN MIXTURE sylvania, and ihe defendants, Lettie 8. aRoche
ccntricities which distract attention Ready o n Short Notince Satutes. GetMEX A. .- and James oI, lanoche, her husband, re
frmtheir better qualities, and r O n flUnI and get well. Immediate effects. Pec'- dents of Binghauin. New Yohdr and thet --
their better qualities, and render I manent results. Phenomenal success. there is no person in the State of Fh ida the E (
Sthem either obnoxious or ridiculous, service of a subpoena upon winom woed bind
Wa either obnoxious or ridiculous e fill orders promptly. Have a Hundreds of Testimonials. Positive any of the aore aid defendants and t t each
C confidence does not follow as a con- eomnlete eauinment. Patrons ex- Guarantee with each $5.00 order. It i' of the said defendants is over the age o *wenty-

Sof oe's possessing the quali- perience no delay in getting the not a Stimulant, but a Re-builder. Try on reore ordered that the said de nts
whichoonsposses e quaiIt is therefore ordered that the said de~indants Vmmm e / NED
ch inspire it. These qualities kind of outfit desired. Our it and be convinced. $1.00 per box, of 6 Garland Shepard. Lettie S. LaRoche ants James T ll ll
be known. The teacher, there- for $5.00, by1 mail on receipt of price. H. LaRcche her husixnud, Ie and they art hereby |l U / l I f
must become acquainted with the Send 2c for pamphlet.. appear to the it hee
I officials, the parents and his pU n office of the clerk l of idort-inthe l ,I
ri pudaCity of Tallahassee, Florida, on Mondajthe :;i I U mii oro
He can reveal his ability as an Ll v PA-ANERICAN DRUG CO., New York. dayof february, A.D. 12 and that t order
S tor in a cl asr ooutthrbe pub!ishedonce a week for tour consecutive UElA u mu U
etor in a class room, bu there Sold in Tallahassee by weeks in the Weekly Tallahzsseean, a ne spaper
many other qualifications which Is as perfect as care and attention WIGHT o BRO. published in the taid county of Leon. ALL CASES OF
liSt be revealed in other places The can make it. Business men requir- Witnes Council A. Bryan. Clerk of.sai4 court. A CASE
I side of his life manifests itself ing outfits for special trips will do (sEAL) and theseal thereof, this the of DE FS O HR H
the society of the community and in well to order here, Charges reason- COUNCIL A RYD .A,
informal intercourse with his pu- able. %- e rk Circuit ourtLeon"out uu. ARE NOW CURABLE
he religious side becomes knownith the County of Leon. by our new invention. Only those born deaf e incurable.
ugh his connection with the I. Council A. Bryan, clerk of the Circuit Court l*U MAKA A ArAOP i
h, the Sabbath school and other Ti in and for the county aforesaid, do hereby certify H l l I
gius orgaizatons, and al so that the foregoing is a true copy ot the originalH lAl N OUIS, U VlI 0 1l f 1
gh his organizations, anrds all with oder of publication in the foregoiig ise. as F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE Y8:
Ogh his acts towards all with appears on file ant of record in my office .. BAT "E d, rh o
S he comes in contact. Witness my hand and official seal tis ststav G~'etlemn :- Being entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
C HAYS. S EAL.1 of January, A D. 1902. a full history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
rmal School, Deuniak 45-4w Clerk Circuit Court Leon county, Fla. my hearing in this ear entirely.
rings, Fla. I I I underwent a ieatment for catarrh, for three months, without iy success, consulted a nu-
b her of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist this city, who told me that
O '^ ^ ^ ^* Guardian's Sale only an operation could help me, and even that only tem raril that the head noises won'L
PILE-INE CURES PILES. R. B. LUTTERLOH, Prop., ..., then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever
Notice is hreby given that the under.gned. I then saw vour advertisement accidentally in a New York P)-, and ordered your treat-
ney refunded if it ever fails S. SCHAEFFER, Manager. guardian of Mabel axwell and Penny Maxwell. meant. After I had used it only a few das according to your dir the noises cased, an
minor heirs of B. F. Walker, deceased wijll sell to-day. after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased ear has been ly restored. I thank yore
at private s-le on Friday January 31st irW, the heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours.
---a C n o e u e -__ following desdr bed tract of land. lying and be. P. A. WRMAN', 7S. ldyBaltimore, Md.
Sf The .. The southwest uarter ctin senteen Our treatment dooes nwt interfere with your S ocenuopation.
oASf t e O s i nUFth.Tmh alf of the east half o f theeasaf .S.t YOU CAo CUBE YOU MELF ATi E- the
of the Occasion uater of section eighteen (18). Township three INTEMATIO L AULA CUNMIC596 LA ALLE A t, IL
(3) north. Range two (2) east, containing forty
I rci po t a acres more or les. I -
t Physlcans Say Asthm Cmaot e Cared Except by ConstUtu- will receive prompt attention when en- L. O. MAXWELI, Guardn. provided that the member shall have fully President, 8. L. shall be Secretary and
Strustedcomplied with all necessary rules and regu- C. H. Edwards l be Treasurer, and M.
tto al "enet Srse 1 BARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. nations of the society In relation thereto, Carney, I Gal Sam Edwards, Napoleon
We will take entire charge as soon as and to buy and sell real estate, and do all Fits and Wiey o shall constitute the
Articles of incorporation made and en- other things necessary or incidental to the Board of Di
Which ha cased that hs Asthma Remedy .will effect a notified of death and make all arrange- tered litto this 17th day of January, A. D. purposes of the corporation. ARTICLE VI.
dread disease which has aUsed'that Astha e 1902. by and between 8. Audly, S. L.. Fit ARTICLE III. The hIghest alont of indebtedness or
d agonies than wordscan re a stage confdene bor ents for, and conduct Carney, C. gallon, R. Gallon, N. ohn- The amount of capital stock authorized liability to which the corporation can at
agonies than ords can rince observation and the re son, C. H. Edwards, W. Jones, A. Footman, shall be two thouand dollars, to be divided any time subject Itelf shall be five hun-
has at last received its death mltAis fes of demon tr*tion in cases im a Napoleon Fits, W. Spo andS. EdWrdsinto the e o 2500 odred dollars. w f;
.%^harak in,4ista th...mivvmuand-- anci t .&,. .3 A4.%mm2*1%&i,,in inAanaftl1


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Land of Plowr.

45emoe ^ EM*^ T te OSt et
r (eae .r) .. .1.%

JOHN C. TaIO, Nd. and Propr.

THi Senate committee on the Philip-
pilp has decided to report the house
Philippine taruf bill, with amendments.

PRINCE Henry will visit Chicago. Of
course he couldn't visit the United
States without seeing the "Windy

THE Isthmian Canal Commission has
commended that the United States
accept the offer of the Panama Canal

GRMKANY is throwing big bouquets
at Uncle Sam, and the old gentleman
is seizing them with the fervor of a
love-sick youth.

MANY Tallahasseeans are in favor of
expansion. They would like to see the
Coirorate limits extended so as to take
in outlying suburbs.

KXiveuux has fallen low in the acale
of morality. It is zealously maintain-
tug its reputation for being tne "Dark
and Bloody Ground."

THERE has been some hot fighting
down at Panama. Two government
and three insurgent vessels were sunk
In'a recent naval engagement.

'TEDDY'S cousins over in Georgia have
Imben giving Schley a rousing reception.
Perhaps this may be a straw by which
the Rough Rider can tell which way
the wind blows.

'GEN. ALBAN, military comma ader
wand governor of Panama, was kill d in
the recent engagement with thl in-
surgents. Uncle. Sam may become
i ixed up in the fight.

Tm President on Monday sent 4 the
Senate the nameslof Dennis Eagen to
lie postmaster at Jacksonville, Jimes
Harden at Bartow, and John Mcpou-
gall at Tallahassee.

WHAT are you doing to boom Talla-
liassee? The city can't build itself, and
you should make up your mind to use
every energy to push the good work
that has already been started.

CONOREss has been in session more
than a month and the South Carolina
fire-eater has not been called upon to
use his pitchforK a single time. Some-
thing must be wrong with the eternal
fitness of things.

UP in Georgia they are on the eve
of a hot politcicl campaign. The Rev.
Sam Jones is gbinuk to stump the State
for Dupont Guerry. Sam is somewhat
of a mud-slinger, and the campaign
promises to be exciting.

IT is said of Secretary Shaw, the new
member of Roosevelt's cabinet, that he
does not chew, smoke, drink, swear,
dance, shoot, automobile, play policy,
or shoot craps. Great Scott! Where
does he carry his wings?

SCHILEY went on a hunt while in Sa-
vannah and succeeded in killing his
first deer. Buffalo Bill once took an
English lord out hunting, and nearly
everybody knows how the Henglish-

zman killed his first buffalo.

WHAT is Florida going to do about
an exhibit at the great world's fair in
St. Louis next year? Florida is pre-
eminently an agricultural State, and
steps should be taken to place her
properly before the public.

A coPY of the Ocala Daily Banner,
with Frank Harris as editor, reached
our exchange table several days ago,
but hasn't been seen since. The sam-
ple was a very creditable sheet, and
The Tallahasseean wishes it a success-
ful voyage on the turbulent sea of jour-

A BOous count, on a search for an
American heiress, has been arrested in'
St. Louis. This will only add tto.the
glamour of the romance, and lovely fe-
males with millions to burn will be
falling over each other in their eager-
mess to capture the oily tongued

SAMsow of old pulled two pillars
down on himself and was mangled in
the crash. The modern Sampson has
become buried in the ruins of his own
air castles, while to his chagrin he sees

The TallghaaSwn has several times
urged the importance of cantaloupe
and -melon culture in this county -for
the coming season-this year. Never
before have we been in position to com-
pete with other sections in this im-
portant industry, but this year, thanks
to changed conditions, we will have the
same freight rates, the same facilities,
and can make the crop a profitable one.
Indeed, we now have the advantage
over many who have made it profitable
in the past. Our land are far superior,
our climate just as good, and what
others have to pay out for excessive
fertilizing our people can salt down as
clear profits.
Think over the matter seriously, til-
lers of the soil, and see that a good
crop is put in. Now is the time to act.
The early melons and cantaloupes
carry off the big prices, while late ones
come in for only a small margin of
Even a small margin at the season a
cantaloupe or melon crop is marketed,
as every one knows, is a God-send to
the planter. It comes right at a time
when one dollar in cash is worth about
two hundred cents to him.
Leon's great drawback has always
been taat she raised none of these
crops. Now that she has the freight
rates added to the best soil on earth
if she does not carry off the palm it
will be the fault of the farmers.

Waycross, Ga., is to have a $100,ov0
cotton mill. The: people raised $50,-
000 for the enterprise. That's push.
They realized, however, that this sum
would be insufficient, and induced
Northern capitalists to take a like
amount. That's business. The site
has been selected, and work on the
buildings will begin in a short time.
That's hustling.
Waycross is an up-to-date city, and
the above shows what can be accom-
plished when the ISeople work in har-
mony. Why, the average Waycrossite
imagines that the earth revolves about
the "Magic City." He believes in Way-
cross, talks about Waycross, and booms
Waycorss. Question man, woman, boy
or girl from that town, and the con-
versation will be something like this:
"What is the most important city in
the United States?"
"What is the principal city of Geo-
rgia, and where is it located?"
"Waycross, in Ware county. Why,
man, the Magic City is the hub of the
universe. It is the bright particular
star about which everything revolves."
"Where do you want to go to when
you die?"
* "To Waycross, of course."
To further illustrate the devotion
of the Waycrossite to his hustling city
-that town is "dry!"-as dry as a chip,
and the people never drink-except
when they visit a wet to0a, or have a
jug sent in as "merchandise."
occasion a prominent citizen of Way-
cross went to Brunswick on business.
It was Saturday, and being very thirsty
he took several drinks of "soda water."
The stuff flew to his head, which was
quite natural. Friends took him to his
room in the hotel, and when he awoxe
next morning his head felt about like
a hogshead. To brace him up necessi-
tated the unloading of several large
schooners of "soda water."
Not being used to so much liquid re-
freshments, the prominent citizen
soon became so "tired" he couldn't
walk straight While wandering about

the city, the man passed a church.
Now, if there is anything on earth that
the average Waycrossite believes in it
is attending church and sitting in the
amen corner. IDring the sermon the
man dozed off, only to be aroused by
the minister's peroration depicting the
beauties of heaven.
- Straightening up with a yawn,
the man said: "Zat's so, my friend;
every blamed word of it (hie). I've
been there (hie). Just came from zat
place morningn, and (hie) can vouch
for every word you say (hie)."
At this juncture a man in the same
pew pulled him down, and as he drop-
ped limply into his seat he mumbled:
"It's so; every (hie) word of it (hie).
Just came from Waycross morningn,
an' know what I'm talking about,"
with which he dropped off into peace-
ful snores.
This digression is simply for the pur-
pose of "painting a moral and adorn-
ing a tale." In order to *make any
town grow, the people must work to-
gether. They must never miss an op-
portunity to sing the praises of their
town and community, and advertise its
facilities and advantages. They must
always keep their town before the pub-
.1 & Iaft...a at a..

her fingers. As a result her growth
has not been commensurate with'he?
The Tallahasseean is glad to note,
however, that the people generally now
show a disposition to get together and
work for the best interests of the city.
when they do this, let personal likes
and dishices be relegated to the rear,
and put their shoulders to the wheel,
the Capital City will take such wonder-
ful strides forward that she will soon
be the leading city of Florida. Let's
make the experiment.


Supreme Court of Florida-iJune Term,
1901. (
The Florida Central anq Peninsular
Railroad Company, a corporation or-
ganized and existing under the laws
of the State of Florida,, plaintiff in
error, vs. J. H. Bear, defendant in
error-Orange county. |
Per curiam.
1. Proceedings for condemnation of
property under the power. of eminent
domain are governed and controlled by
the statutes authorizing them,and these
statutes must be strictly construed and
substantially complied with in all pro-
ceedings instituted thereunder.
2. Under section 1555 IBevised Stat-
utes the petitioner in condemnation
proceedings is required within ten days
after the rendition of judgment to pay
the compensation ascertained by th?
Jury unless further time bi allowed by
the court, or else the proceedings in-
cluding the judgment will be null and
void, even though petitioner is thereby
seeking to condemn property already
in its possession, and w iere default
in such payment is mad4, a writ of
error thereafter sued ou form such
judgment will be dismissed by the ap-
pellate court., i
Writ of error dismissed.
Beggs & Palmer for plaintiff in error;
Alex. St. Clair-Abrams for defendant
in error.

Rosanna S. Lucas, appellant, vs. Leon-
idas ib. Wade in his owni right and qs
trustee for Mary I. Waie, Leonidas
E. Wade, Jr., and F. iTuly Wade,
Mary I. Wade and Leonidas E.
Wade, Jr., appellees-DIval county.
Mabry, J.:
1. Where a husband is the real pur-
chaser of land, the title to which at
his instance is conveyed t his wife for
his benefit, the vendor will have a lien
on the land for unpaid purchase money
evidenced by notes signed by husband I
and wife. t
2. The waiver of the lien;which arises
in equity in favor of a vendor of real
estate for unpaid purchase money in
defensive matter, and it devolves upon
a defendant insisting on buch defence
to allege and prove it. Where, how-
ever, minors are interested defendants
the court will, in obedience to the rule
entitling them to special,protection in
a court of equity, entertain such a de-
fence in their behalf without its being
specially pleaded.,
3. The conclusion of a chancllor on
testimony taken without an oortuni-
ty on his part to see and hearihe wit-
nesses, while entitled to que lght, 's
not so conclusive as the ver4i of a
jury, or where he has an opportunity
to hear the witnesses. ,' .
4. The testimony examined' in this
case and held not to be sufficlent to au-
thorize the conclusion that there was a
waiver of a vendor's lienshown to ex-
ist. .
5. A set-off must be ple ded and exist
in favor of defendant in t e same right
in. which he is sued.
Decree reversed.
J. M. Barrs and H. B. Fhilips for ap-
pellant; A. W. Cockrell Son for ap-

The Florida East Coast railway Com-
pany, a corporation uader the laws
of Florida, plaintiff in rror, vs. John
Hazel, defendant in error-St Johns
county. .
Per curiam.
1. Where the title of an act clearly
though briefly expressed the subject
matter of legislation co trained in the
body of the act, and there is nothing
in the act which is not properly con-

nected with such subject matter, the
requirement of section t6, article III,
constitution of 1885, that the subject of
an act of the Legislature be briefly ex-
pressed in the title is concplied with.
2. Courts should not resort to critical
or technical construction+ of the lan-
guage of the title of an; act, in order
to exclude parts of the bydy of the act
from its purview as being in violation
of the constitutional retirement that
the subject of an act' be briefly express-
ed in the title, nor should the title be
held insufficient to emblace parts of
the body of the act unless the question
be free from doubt.
. 3 The title of Chapteri 4069, acts of
1891, is sufficient to sustain the pro-
visions in the body of the act authoriz-
ing the recovery of double damages and
attorneys' fees- by owners of live stock
killed or injured by the engines and
cars of railway companies failing to
fence their tracks as therein required.
4. Repeals by implication are not fa-
vored, and in order that "he court may
declare that one statute repeals ano-
ther by implication, it must appear
that there is a positive repugnancy be-

AIll Stuffe lUp
That's the condition of wa3ny sufMerer
from catarrh, especially ii the morning.
Great difficulty is experienced in clear-
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"I Cannot Help But
Praise Peruna.

"I Am Never Without

"As Soon as I Find the
Children H a v e the
Least Cold, I Give
Them Peruna.,

"A Few Doses Helps

One of the greatest foes with which
every family has to contend is our
changeable climate. To protect the
family from colds and coughs is always
a serious problem, and often impossible.
Sooner or later it is the inevitable fate
of every one to catch cold. Care in
avoiding exposure and the use of proper
clothing will protect from the frequency
and perhaps the severity of colds, but
with the greatest of precautions they
will come. This is a settled fact of
human experience.
Especially is this true during the
stormy and unsettled weather of early
winter. Everybody must expect to be
caught somewhere or somehow.
Perhaps it will be wet feet, or cold
draught, or damp clothes, or may be too
elose confinement in hot rooms and then
going out into the cold carelessly, or it

tween the two, or that the last was
clearly intended to prescribe the only
rule which should govern the case pro-
vided for, or that it revises the subject
matter of the former.
- 5. The provisions of chapter 4069,
acts of 1891, relating to the recovery of
double damages and attorneys' fees for
live stock killed by the engines and
cars of railroad companies failing to
fnece their tracks as therein required,
were not repealed by section 9, chapter
4189, acts of 1893.
6. The Supreme Court has no juris-
diction to entertain a motion for the
allowance of a reasonable attorney fee
for services rendered in behalf of a de-
fendant in error in said court filed in a
cause pending in said court upon writ
of error from a judgement of a Circuit
Court rendered in favor of defendant
in error against plaintiff in error for
double damages, costs and attorneys'
fees under chapter 4069, acts 1891.
Judgment affirmed; motion for al-
lowance of attorneys' fees denied.
W. A. MacWilliams for plaintiff it
error; Fowler & Fowler for defendant
in error.

The Florida Central and Peninsula
Railroad Company, a corporation un-
der the laws of Florida, plaintiff in
error, vs. William J. Bell, Eliza Ann
Bell, Frank A. Bell, Matilda F. Fiehe
(nee Bell), Anton Fiehe, Simon i.
Bell, John Walter Bell, Geo. A. Bell
and Florence Bell, defendants in er-
ror-Hillsborough county.
Carter, J.
1. A railroad corporation organized
under the general incorporation laws
of this State with respect to railroads
and canals has power under paragraph
4 of section 2241, Revised Statutes, and
section 2158, Revised Statutes, to con-
demn property for its right of way
along the route of its main line, or
along the right of an extension of its
main line, which it is lawfully author-
ized to construct.
2. Where a railroad corporation or-
ganized prior to the adoption of the
Revised Statutes jnder the general in-
corporation laws of this State with re-
spect to railroads and canals, by reso-
lution of its board of directors entered
in the records of its proceedings (a cer-
tified copy thereof being filed with add
recorded' by tne Secretary of State),
designated the route of a proposed ex-
tension of its railroad from a point
therein designated being a point named
in its charter or articles of association
to a point named in such resolution,
both nointa Mbine Atated to hbe satnte

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may be one of a thousand other little "I cannot help b
mishaps, but no one is shroud enough to am never without
always avoid the inevitable catching finf the children

cSnetimes colds come like an epi- tge and I hope
denqlc; everybody seems to have one at ems myesmI
once. The very air about us is poison to ts a s riend in
the "ead, throat and lungs.
There is no fact of medical science Yr, As P
better known than that Peruna cures 14 Quitmang
catarrh wherever located. Thousands A Safe Fau
of families in all parts of the United
States are protected each winter by Pes th
Peruna. Once in the family Peruna homes with the sa
always stays. No home can spare Pe- lowing are sample
runa after the first trial of it. A splendid mour, Dye, Ga., wr
example of this fact is found in the "I am ready to s
beautiful home of Mrs. Paul Peschel, of favor of Perunas a
14 Quitman street, Newark, N. J. Read tried them for near
her letter. myself and family,
NEwArm, N. J., June 17, 1900. all the doctor clain
Dr. S. B. Hartman: na cured me of femn
Degr SIr--"My three children were doctor could not.
sick and my asad od as attack of fearing women is, c
Ia grippe. Igave the chiden iernna, What he has done
and now they ook as if they ad't
been sick at all. I also gave i to my Permam Add
huasbad nati he was good and wel. -Mrs. Maria Goer
I do not know how I cold have stood writes:
takl care of them and beg up nigt "My husband,
amd day, had It ot eeMn r Peran. have used your m
ast winter was the first winter l ways keep them in
sixteen years that I did not have a necessity."-Mrs.f
emr-. It is impossible to explain my Dr. Hartman's la
will be sent free
thanks in woe. I do my ow ed aiding them to gu

i r Or Is orr f &aaiJ'a nd will be found inva
will be. I do any own house- aiding them to gui
andewing, and getalog lovely, the many little e
that I am so strong and weil, children that con
ttoPeLrna andyour goodadvkce weather of winter.

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to a



s not previously acquired the right
kch use.
A petition for condenmation al-
g substantially all that is required
section 1544, Revised Statutes, is
lent, and where the description of.
property sought to be condemned
yen in the petition points our de-
and ascertainable boundaries
,for, such description is sufficient.
ilgment reversed.
0. Knight for plaintiff in error;
tisbee for defendants in error.

An G. Burt as administratrix of the
te of George Burt,deceased, plain-
In error, vs. the Florida Southern
lway Company, a corporation un-
the laws of Florida, defendant ir
e r-Putnam county.
(;a r, J.
1. ignments of error based upon al-
I rulings not shown by the abstract
to ve been made, or not shown by
the abstract to have been excepted to
wh an exception is necessary, or
upon instructions not set forth
in e abstract, or if set forth, riot ac-
co led by a statement of the sub-
of the testimony upon which
the* were based, will not be consider#
by n appellate court, where the cause
is bmitted upon abstracts of the re-
co not excepted to.
2 Trial courts have discretionary
po r under section 1042, Revised Stat-
ute to permit amendments of the
pl ings by the withdrawal of a plea
by defendant during the trial, and
unlI the appellate court can see that
thea discretion was abused, and that the
opp0aite party might have been injured
by ich amendment, the ruling permit-
ti the amendment will not be dis-
tur on writ of error.
3 Under section 1042, Revised Stat-
u trial courts have discretionary
po r to permit amendments of the
pl Ings after verdict in furtherance
of ce, but this power should be
mo cautiously exercised than in cases
whl the application to amend is made
bef verdict, and where such amend-
me after verdict makes a new issue
w h .has not beep submitted by the
es to the jury on trial, a new
.ought ordinarily to be granted,
but Where it clearly appears to the ap-
pelte court t*at the opposite party
wa* not injured by such amendment,
the.ruling granting it will not be dis-
turfed, though the trial court refused
to rant a'new trial.
4. A. plaintiff in ejectment must re-

utpratse Pm..1
it and as so"ra
have flt leat cVI
A few doaes
that every aw v
'y will try Peamf
St., Newark, It
mily Doetor.
usea in many ot
me results. The I
s: Mrs. M. E.
speak a few Woikb
ad Manalin. I h
ly every ill of lilir
and find them ato
is them to be. Ift
ale trouble wheas
My advice to alln i
consult -Dr. Harutm
for me he will dfr
ed 40 poun.
rtz, Cloo, Oklahi,

children and myl!
medicines, and we al-
a the house in emd
Laria (Iertz.
*test book on etan
upon request to s
contains ninety
; -eading matter,
luable to inotheri
ard against ad
atarrhal ailnmmw
me with the

was in possession of only a small
of land across tbh lots *as bt
way, covered by its railway mtatk
ditches as laid. The jury rendered
verdict for defendant. After 1-lMt
but before judgment, defendant
permitted over plaintiff's objection
file an amended plea denying that
was in possession of the whole of t
lands sued for, but only so muc
was covered- by its railway tracks a
ditches as laid, and especially &
claiming any other possession or el
right or title to the lands sued for,
is to that portion occupied by
tracks and ditches, alleging tibhat
claimed title exclusive of any oW
'ight. Thereupon judgment was
,d for defendant:. Held, that thepl
iff under the circumstances was
injured by the rulings permitting
withdrawal of the plea denying pol
jion, and the filing of the a
plea after verdict; that the plea
after verdict in effect withdrew
much of the plea of not guilty as
plied to the lands sued and ditches
laid; that by filing this plea the
fendant voluntarily reliquished
right to a judgment that would 0op
as an estoppel on the question off
as to anl portions of the lots sued
except as tated; that the judgmeit
tered must be construed with fer
to the issues made by the ameli
pleadings; that the pleadings
amended put in issue the real co
very between the parties and that.
der the circumstances stated their
of the amended plea after verdict
not require the granting of a new
as plaintiff was not only not iM
but actually benefited by such
ment. d
Judgment affirmed. -
W. W. Dewhurst and Henry
for plaintiff in error; R. wV. and
Davis for defendant in error.
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The Dentist, Dr. R. A. Shine.

Mr. John S. Ferrell was here a short
time Friday from Crawfordville.
D. C. Anderson has accepted a posi-
tion as clerk in Pringle & Johnson's
grocery store.

Fresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.
There will be a delightful dance at
the Leon Hotel tonight, which will be
attended by the elite of the city.
What are you doing to help build up
Tallahassee? Put your best foot for-
ward and give her a mighty shove.

Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight & Bros.

Send The Tallahasseean to your ab-
sent friends. They will appreciate it
and thank you.

Sheriff Kilpatrick, of Jefferson coun-
ty, spent a couple of days in Talla-"
hassee this week on business.
The first and most important factor
in gardening is good seed. We have a
large stock of Landreth's seed grown
in 1901. COX & STUBBS.
4 +

Mrs. W. T. Bannerman, wife
county surveyor, of lamonia, is
ring from a severe attack of

of the

Mr. Jodon, of Portland, Oregon, who
has been spending the past month in
Tallahassee, left last week for Jack-

Fatal kidney and bladder troubles
can always be prevented by the use of
Foley's Kidney Cure.

Mr. ILR. B. Lutterloh, a prominent
naval stores man, and proprietor of
Kemper's stables, has returned to the
Capital City, after a short trip' look-
ing after his business interests.
Aluminum paint at COX & ST#BB'S.

.., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gamble return-
ed to Thomasville Saturday, after a
pleasant visit with friends in Talla-

+ +
King of Malaria is King or all Chill
Cures and King of all Tonics. It drives
malaria from the system and piakes
the weak strong. If you want the best
you will take King of Malaria tasteless
Chill Tonic.

Miss Mamie Johnson, who hab been
attending the Agnes Scott Insti-ute at
DecaturL Ga., arrived in Talldhassee
+ + + 4
Mr. E. B. Witt, a popular tobacco
drummer, who travels under the aliases
of "Gold Crumbs" and "Penn's No. 1,"
was in Tallahassee last Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Wood, B. H. Wood
and R. B. Wood arrived in the city last
week from Ohio, en route to St. Marks,
leaving for that place Saturday morn-
+ 4 +4

The fragile babe and the growing
child are strengthened by WHIL'E'S
worms, gets digestion at work, and so
rebuilds the body. Price 25 cents. At
Wight & Bro.

There is nothing booms a town like
an up-to-date newspaper. The Talla-
hasseean is a live sheet, gives nearly
all the local news, and deserves your
patronage. If you want to help push
the town along send in your subscrip-
tion and your ad. The Tallahasseean
has the largest circulation of any pa-
per in Middle or West Florida.:

Notice the change of ad for the Peo-
ple's Grocery in this issue, and if you
want the best family groceries, at the
lowest prices, give them a call. They
make a specialty of catering to the
wants of the culinary department. That
isetheir business, and they will sell you
the best the market affords at money
saving prices.
Dr. J. M. Cam, of-Centreville, made
another flying business trip to the Cap-
ital City Tuesday. The doctor is a
strong advocate for good roads, and
never misses an opportunity to talk for
more factories.

Hon. William H. Walker, of Craw-
fordville, ex-sheriff of Wakulla county,
was a visitor to the Capital City the
latter part of last week. Mr. Walker
- ji. +1- _.-._ -*isf.. a MI Walkr'.* rthe

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist 'Phone No.
68. 48-10t

A. M. Carlisle, with IR.
+ 4 +

L. Collins,

Do you read The Tallahasseean reg-
ularly? If not, why not?

Mr. Frank Johnson was
day from Pine Barren on
+4 +

here Mon-

Mr. H. L. Ball arrived in Tallahassee
Monday night from a business trip to

.uick drying Iron Enamel for stoves,
grates, etc. COX & STUBBS.

Mrs. W. H. Bradley has moved to
Dr. Crawford's cottage, near Mr. Da-
mon's residence.

Mr. G. T. Gibbs expects to leave on
Saturday for Jacksonville, where he
will spend some time.
Mrs. Powell and son, of New York,
are in the city, to spend the winter.
They are guests of the Leon Hotel.
Call at Wight & Bros'. and get a free
sample of Coke's Dandruff Cure.
General Scarlett left Saturday for
Washington, to fight the appointment
of Mr. Weeks as surveyor general ol
Mr. A. Ginsberg is spending several
days in Apalachicola on business. He
will be absent until the first of Feb-

Mr. Thos. Wight is here this week
from Cairo, Ga. Mr. Wight is a mem-
ber of the drug firm of Wight & Bro.
this city.

Hon. J. E. Broome, of Quincy, was
among Tuesday's visitors to Tallahas
see. Mr. Broome is State Senator from
Gadsden county.

Silver Rouge for polishing silver and
fine plated ware. COX & STUBBS.

Mr. B. T. Boyd, a prominent railroad
man of Atlanta, Ga., was in Tallahas
see Wednesday. Mr. Boyd is inter
ested in the Tallahassee Southeaster
4 4 4+

Insure a good garden by planting
Buist's Garden Seed. A fresh lot just
received at Wight & Bros.

Messrs. J. B. Roberts and A. M. Mc-
Millan, of.Pensacola, had business in
the Capital City. Monday. The former
is a member of the board of county
commissioners, and the latter clerk of
the circuit court of Escambia county.
Whosoever has suffered from piles
knows how painful and troublesome
PILE OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure piles. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. At Wight & Bro.

For that cough, takeLintan's Cough
Syrup. Sold only by Wight & Bro.
4 .4

Mr. P. W. Stubbs, Jr., who recently
purchased an interest, with Mr. D. R.
cox, in the Tallahassee Drug Company,
left Tuesday for Macon, to spend a few
days with his parents, relatives and

4+ 4

Mr. -.. Futch, an old-time friend and
subscriber to The Tallahasseean, who
resides near Metcalfe, was in the city
Tuesday and called in to renew his
subscription. Mr. Futch is one of Leon
comity's substantial citizens, and is al-
ways a welcome visitor to this city.

For cleaning and polishing any kind
of metal, use Burnishine or Liquid

Those lace curtains at H. D. Hartt's
are real beauties. They are dreams of
filmy delight, and would grace the par-
lors of a prince. Twenty-five patterns
to select from, at prices from $1 per
pair up to $8. 10-3t
We have.sold our business to Messrs.
Cox & Stubbs. We take this method of
thanking the public for their liberal
patronage during our term of business.
It is with pleasure that we recommend
the above named gentlemen as our
successors, feeling confident that they
will continue the business so as to
merit the confidence of the public.



Against your life and health
B a danwyr to be dreaded. The
SegM of diaeae .re many and
ScUve. Direg rd their pre-
ence in the tem and before
long they openly attack



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[any varieties of Peas, Beans, Corn,
tuce, Cabbage, etc.
raken up at my place, in 190 one
er yearling, red sides and neck,
Ite back and belly, broad horns.
it and under bit in left ear, no mark
right ear. Owner can have same by
ing damages and advertising fee.
t* R. W. OWENS.

- PEARLS WANTED.-Send your
pearls to R. L. Stringfellow, White
Bluffs, Tenn., and get highest market
prices. He is agent and buyer for a
large London, Eng., firm, and pays Eu-
ropean prices. Large "dead" pearls
especially wanted.

FOR SALE-Saw mill and engine,
blacksmith tools, etc. Cheap for cash,
or part cash and good security for bal-
ance. Would consider proposition to
exchange for timber or good farming
land. A big bargain for some one.
For further particulars c~ll at or ad-
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ie of men acquainted with prominent
*sons. Good pay. A; STEGMAN,
Dtel Bienville, Mobile, Ala. It
WANTED-25,000 to 7&,000 acres of
'gin pine; must average 8.000 to 12,-
feet to acre. Address at once, Box
5, Jacksonville, Fla. It

WOOD FOR SALE.-I have one hun-
ed cords of wood for sale. For par-
ulars address or call on J. P. S.
)USTOUN, Tallahassee, Fla. J24-2t

FOR SALE-Saw mill and engine;
gine 25 to 30 horse power; capacity
.mill 25,000 to 30,000 feet a day; 12
les from Tallahassee on C. T. & G.
ilroad. Write or call on T. E.
IOMAS, Spring Hill, Fla. 4t
Many of the blothes, pimples and
htier 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.
t Wight & Bro.
FOR SALE-One saw mille outfit
mplete, with all necessary outbuild-
gs and water supply, together with
other 600 or 1,200 acre of long leaf
ne timber. Midl now running. Con-
nient to railroad. Good freight rate.
big bargain. Address or call on
akulla, Fla. 4t
FOR SALE-Good Turpentine and
timber Mules for sale by C. A. CAY,
allahassee, Fla. J.17-4t

FOR SALE-Aa a low price, large
press horse and good wagon and
harness. W. D. WILSQN.

The U. S. Live Stock Remedy 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 pigs, and is
very beneficial also to horses and cat-
tle. For sale by Pringle & JohnIon.

Preparing the parlor and music room ;
for the reception of guests will-be an
easy matter if you start right with some ,
pairs of our fine lace curtains. 'Noth-
ing gives the "grand air" to a room
like fine lace curtains. We have twen-
ty-five different patteis, ranging in
price from $1 to $8 per pair.
10-3t H. D. HARTT.
FOR SALE-A tract of 15 acres, lo-
cated one mile northwest of Tallahas-
see, about 50 rods west of Balnbridge
road. Good five-room house, barn and
other outbuildings, and' s well Of good
water. For terms apply to ANDRE\v
HARTON, at residence, of address him
at Tallahassee, Fla.
Dec. 13, 1901. 2m
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 skin
Doctors heretofore have never 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 Wight & Bro. tf

Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggist< refund the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.

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 cold 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, Fia.

FOR SALE. The Goodwood Home-
stead, comprising a substantial brick
mansion and 6utbuildings, furnshed or
unfurpinhed. Good water and 160 acres
of land, completely fenced, one mile

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Ssed to think when I was young,
And my heart was free from guile,
That there was grief in every tear
And Joy in every smile:
That friendship was not all a cheat
An4 love could never die-
But thinking now of what I thunk,
I think I thunk a lie.

I1 used to think about myself,
And think that I would be
A governor or a president,
Or a general, like Lee;
But I have waited long in vain,
Whilst years rolled slowly by,
And thinking now of what I thunk,
I think I thunk a lie.

I used to think the ladies were
All sweetnesses combined,
That they were all God's last and best
Of perfectness refined;
That they were not half pads and
But angels from on high-
But thinking now of what I thunk,
I think I thunk a lie.

The preachers, too, I used to think,
Were not like other men-
They were not tempted of the flesh,
And therefore could not sin;
But since I've traveled 'round a bit,
I've watched them on the sly,
And thinking now of what I thunk,.
I think I thunt a lie.

The honest tiller of the soil,
When marketing his crop
Takes pains to put the ripe and best
Always upon the top;
I used to think those honest men,
Would never cheat, nor try-
But thinking now of what I thunk,
I think I thunk a lie.

The editors, too, a lordly set,
Who live on milk and honey,
They've nothing else on earth to do,
But write, and rake in'money;
Leastwise, that way I used to think,
But now it makes me sigh
To think about the way I thunk,
And think I thunk a lie.
What noble men the doctors are!
I used to think they came
From heaven, or some heavenly land,
And worked for love or fame;
That they could cure all human ills,
And never let us die- -
But thinking now of what I thuntz,
I thins I thunk a lie.

The lawyers, too, I used to think.-
0 God, forgive the thought- I
That their convictions of the rigct
Could not by knaves be bought
That they would not a client rob'
Nor sell him on the sly-
But thinking now of what I thun$,
I think I thunk a lie.
The dry goods men are honest, to1,
They swear they sell at cost,
I used to think they told tire truth,
And all their profits lost;
I thought a yard was full three leet-
Don't ask my reason why- i
Bat thinking now of what I thun]6
I think I thunk a lie.

The hotel clerk, I used to think,
Would try to be polite,
Would answer questions put to h m,
And treat a stranger right;
That rather than he'd play the ass
The clerk would sooner die- ,
But thinking now of what I thunkl
I think I thunk a lie. .

And then I thought that Rooseveltl
Who took McKinley's shoes,
Would have L-,e backbone and the grit
To give us all our dues;
But old Booker T. and Samp n's
Still make the Southland sigh,
And thinking now of what I thun ,
I think I thunk a lie;

I used to think elections were
For the public will to voice, |
And not a politicians' game,
To give the cliques their choice;
That patriotism played its part, |
Tho' stills were never dry-
But thinking now of what I thunk,
I think I think a lie.

I used to think the public schools
Would fill a long-felt need,

By teaching all our boys and girls
How to spell and read;
But red tape and incompetence, [
' Is everywhere the cry,
And when I think of what I thunki
I think I thunk a lie.

The niggers, too, I used to think,
If once they were set free,
Would make good, honest citizens
Like white folks used to be;
But they have wandered far frpm
The chickens still roost high,
And thinking now of what I thunkj
I think I thunk a lie.

I used to think the town police,
With all his blue and brass,
Would never sleep upon his post,
Nor let a criminal pass;
That on the gamblers they would keep
An ever watchful eyes- '
But thinking now of what I thunk,
I think I thunk a lie.

ww Oink-

The luxuriant pastures of Leon coun-
ty furnish ample grazing for thousands
of cattle. This should be a pointer
for farmer and stock raisers. There
is a constantly increasing demand for
good butter. It is not condned to one
section, but the demand exists all over
the land. Dairymen near Tallahassee
cannot make enough butter tbo ill or-
ders, and if every farmer in the county
should embark in the the dairy busi-
ness they would still be unable to glut
the market.
This is an industry that promi-es
great results to Leon county. It is one
that should be pushed. Already there
are more fine cattle here than in any
other county ih the State. But there is
room for thousands more. Land is
cheap, there is an abundance of -x)d
water, the climate is mild, and all con-
ditions are favorable for successful
The up-to-date farmer whb stock.a
his farm with a herd of full-bloods and
graded Jerseys, with a thoroughbred,
registered bull, is bound to make a
success of it if he instills a proper
amount of energy and intelligence into
the business. Of course he must use
the moss economic methods and mod-
ern apparatus. for butter making.
Cleanliness must be a feature of his en-
terprise. In other words, he must give
it the proper careand attention. When
this becomes known there will always
be a demand ior his butter.
"Some time ago' my daughter caught
a severe cold. She complained of pains
in her chest and -had a bad coulgh. 1
gave her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
according to directions and in two days
she was well a;d able to go to school.
I have used this remedy in my family
for the past seven years and have nev
er known it to fail," says James Pren-
dergast, merchant, Annato Bay, Ja-
maica, West India Islands. The pains
in the chest indicated an approaching
attack of pneumonia, which in this in-
stance was undoubtedly warded off by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It coun-
teracts any tendency of a cold toward
pneumonia. Sold by Wight & Bro. and
all medicine dealers.

The Tallahasseean would like to im-
press upon the farmers of Leon county
and especially those adjacent to the
railroads, the importance of the culti-
vation of watermelons, cantaloupes.
small fruits and vegetables. Better
soil for this branch of farming cannot
be found anywhere in Florida. This
has been successfully demonstrated
upon more than one occasion, and the
assurance of low freight rates to the
Northern markets will be a guarantee
of big profits.
Strawberries of large size and ex-
cellent flavor yield abundantly, as do
other kinds of berries. The best qual-
ity of vegetables do exceedingly well,
while watermelons and cantaloupes
grow to perfection. The early gard-
ener is tne one who reaps the reward.
He gets into the market at a time when
prices are high, and finds ready pur-
chasers. Heretofore the farmers of
Leon and adjoining counties have been
unable to compete with other sections,
on account of high freight rates. This
drawback has been overcome by the
Seaboard Air Line guaranteeing the
same rates on perishable goods as has
been given Monticello in the past. This
will be a stimuluS, and we expect im-
mense shipments to be made from this
point during the! coming spring and

A Little Boy's Life Saved.
I have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It sav-
ed my little boy's life and I feel that I
cannot praise it enough. I bought a
bottle of it from A. E. Steere, of Good-
win, S. D., and when I got home with
it the poor baby could hardly breathe.
I gave the medicine as directed every
ten minutes until he "threw up" and
then I thought sure he was going I.
cnoke to death. We had to pull the
phlegm out of his mouth in great long
strings. I am positive that if I had not
got that bottle of cough medicine, my
boy would not be on earth today.-Joel
Demont, Inwood, Iowa. For sale by
Wight & Bro. and all medicine dealers.

A meeting of the melon growers of
the State was held at Gainesville last
Saturday, for the purpose of electing
officers for the ensuing year, and the
following gentlemen were chosen: C.
A. Colclough, president; J. D. String-
fellow,. vice-president; F. D. Warner,
secretary, treasurer and general mana-
ger. The duties of the general mana-
ger are to superintend the shipment
and marketing of the produce of the
association, and it was due to his ex-
cellent management of this branch of
the association's business that he was
A discussion of the business of the
association for the past year demon-
strated that by entering into a com-
bination the farmers had saved thou-
sands of dollars and had increased
their acreage to a great extent. A poll
of the acreage for this year was taken,
with the result that there would be
nearly double the number of acres
planted In watermelons .and canta-
loupes. The statement was made at
this meeting that a syndicate from
Georgia would plant seven hundred
*e ,af wOatrmalnsn and eantalonnun


"I did not sleep a

night for seven long

That prolonged period of sleepless.
ness is most expressed of the pain and
suffering caused by "manly diseases.
It is pleasant to con-
trast the medical in-
efficiency which said
"I could not be
cured" with the
prompt and perman-
ent cure effected by
the use of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. This I
great medicine for v
women establishes
regularity, dries en-
feebling drains, heals
inflammation and ul-
ceration and cures
female weakness.
"I take great pleasure
in recommending Dr.
Pierce's medicines to
other suffering women,"
writes Mrs. Mary Adams,
of Grassycreek. Ashe
Co.. N. C. "I had in-
ternal trouble very badly
until it resulted in ulcers
of the uterus. I was
troubled with it so that
I did not sleep a night
for seven lopg weeks.
The doctors sid I could
not be cured, but I com-
menced taking.Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
and Pleasant Pellets. After taking two bottles
I could sleep all night, and after taking six
bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' and two of
' Golden Medical Discovery' and three vials of
'Pleasant "Pellets' my case was cured. I had
told my husband that I would have to die, as it
seemed I could not live. He told me to put faith
in Dr. Pierce's medicines, for it had cured others
and would cure me. So it did. and I thank God
and your medicine for saving my life."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, 1oo8 large pages, is sent free on
receipt of stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for the book in cloth binding, or only 21 .
stamps for the paper covered volume.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, BuffaloN. Y.

the State than anything. The State
press, following the lead of The Talla-
hasseean, is working 6n this line, and
in some sections great interest is be-
ing manifested. In connection with
these fairs, agricultural societies should
be organized, and institutes held in
every county.
The county commissioners should
take up the matter andi give it proper
consideration. Writing on this sub-
ject, Mr. S. H. Gaitskill, president of
the State Fair Association, says:
"Considering the generally expressed
desire for a State fair td be held again
this year, I deem it best* to get a posi-
tive expression from the people and the
county commissioners of all the codn-
ties in the State. Having seen the re-
sults of a fair they can ipow determine
whether or not they w4nt to partici-
pate in another. This will relieve the
association of considerable labor and
expense, as there will be, or should be,
no need of visiting the various counties
to urge them to make exhibits, and I
wish you to ask for this expression.
"The boards of county commission-
ers will meet the first Monday in Feb-
ruary. 'ihey will have time between
now and the meeting of the boards to
get the views of the representative citi-
zens of each county, and I wish each
board of county commissioners to say
whether or not their county will make
an exhibit. I hope there will be an ex-
pression from each county-either yes
or no. This will give our association
a positive guide. As the State fair is
the people's fair let them say if they
want one.
There will be a call issued for a meet-
ing of our directors some time in Feb-
ruary, and I hope to have answers from
each county, to be considered at tmis
meeting. I believe the press of the
State will render all possible aid, and
through this medium I hope to get this
request before each board of county
commissioners. Believing that the fair
held last November was of aid in get-
ting the promised visit from the Secre-
tary of Agriculture, Hon. James Wil-


Something New Under
The Sun."

All Doctors have tried to cure CA-
A ARRH by the use of powders, acid

gases, inhalers and drugs in paste
iorm. Their powders dry up the mu-
cuous membranes causing them to
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have en-
tirely eaten away the same mem-
branes that their makers have aimed,
to cure, while pastes and ointments
cannot reach the disease. An old and
experienced practitioner who has for
many years made a close study and
specialty of the treatment of CA-
TARRH, has at last perfected a Treat-
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at once, but permanently
cures CATARRH, by removing the
cause, stopping the discharges and cur-
ing all inflnmmntion. It is the only
remedy known to science hat actually
reaches the afflicted parts. This won-
derful remedy is known as "SNUF-
CURE," and is sold at the extremely
low price of one dollar, each package
containing internal and external me1-
icine sufficient for a full month's treat-
ment and everything necessary to its
perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect
CATAItRH CURE ever made and s
now- recognized as the only safe and
positive cure for that annoying and
disgusting disease. It cures all in-
flammation quickly and permanently,
and is also wonderfuhy quick to re-
lieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the
CATATKH when neglected often
FLES" will save you If you use it at
once. It is no ordinary rmedy, but a
complete treatment which is positively
gmriwuteed to cure CATARRH In any


son, and Dr. Wiley, as Dr. Wiley saw
something of the possibilities of the
State when he was at the fair last No-
vember, I think our association should
heartily support the proposition made
by Captain Rose, and give every possi-
ble aid to the proposed Farmers' In-
"This, I hope, will be arranged for at
the proposed directors' meeting to be
held in February."

"I was troubled for about seven
years with my stomach and in bed halt
my time," says E. Demick, Somerville,
Ind. "I spent about $1,000 and never
could get anything to help me until I
tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have
taken a few bottles and am entirely
well." You don't live by what you eat,
but by what you digest and assimilate.
If your stomach doesn't digest your
food you are really starving. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does the stomach's
work by digesting the food. You don't
have to diet. Eat all you want. Ko-
"dol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach

Editor The Tallahasseean: In perus-
ing Captain Judson's report to the
chief of engineers for the year ending
June 30, 1901, page 1769, I find that the
collector of the port for Apalachicola
customs district gives the total amount
of business for the year at $324,034.00.
The deputy collector at the sub-port of
Carrabelle reports the business of his
office to the collector at Apalachicola,
and for the year it was the handsome
sum of $263,549.00, which deducted
from the collector's total, leaves $60,-
485.00 as tne actual business done at
Apalachicola through the custom
Don't that look very much as if Car-
rabelle was a port? During the same
year the two reports show there were
forty-two vessels entered at the Apa-
lachicola custom house, and at Carra-
belle there were fifty-eight. A further
indication that Carrabelle is a port.
From page 1769 I quote following:
"Fees and dues paid to customs house
at Apalachicola, Fla., during fiscal year
ending June 30, 1901, $856.36."
On page 1767 is the following:
"Amount of fees and dues paid to cus-
tom house for Carrabelle, Fla., during
fiscal year ending June 30, 1901, $1,-
Looks somewhat like doing business
for a port.
It has been rumored that parties in-
terested have said if a board of pilot
commissioners was appointed for Car-
rabelle it would split the Democratic
party in Florida into smithereens!
That I consider a high compliment for
our town, and am pleased to learn
there is so much dynamite in its com-

You cannot afford to disregard
the warnings of a weak and
diseased heart and put off tak-
ing the prescription of the
world's greatest authority on
heart and nervous disorders---

Miles'Heart Cure.
If your heart palpitates, flutters,
or you are short of breath, have
smothering spells, pain in left
side, shoulder or arm, you have
heart trouble and are liable to
drop dead any moment.
ajor J. W. Woodcock, one of the
best known oil operators in the coun-
try dropped dead from heart disease
recently, at his home In Portland. Ind.,
while mowing his lawn.-The Prw.
Mrs. M. A. Birdsall, Watkins, N. Y.,
whose portrait heads this advertise-
ment, says: "I write this through grat-
itude for benefits I received from Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure. I had palpitation
of the heart, severe pains under the
left shoulder, and my general health
was miserable. A few bottles of Dr.
Miles'Heart Cure cured me entirely.
Sold by all Drussists.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.



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c Painter,

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Crainer, and
Wood Finisher.


Piazza chairs, old and
scratched furniture doctored
and painted.
Estimates furnished on house
painting. Satisfaction guar-
anteed on all work.



* St. James Hotel,:
(Near Capttol) 0
Mra IM D a &mo. n-

14, 1902.

oley's Kidney Cure

ley's Honey and Tar
waw o, prevents pewi

ey's Honey and Tar
clreasafe,-sue. No opiates

I Is Mg of all CHILL TONICS.

ition. It is still further evidence of
importance as a port. It would be
ite amusing to have the governor
uch the button and watch the result
would make splendid advertisement
r Carrabelle as the acknowledged
litical and volcanic center of the new
ird Congressional district.
At the present time it appears to be
e headquarters of Republican influ-
ce in Middle Florida, if we are to
dge by late Presidential appoint-
nts. It has proved to be a port .of
me consequence as far as the "dear
parted" are concerned.

e have received the following letter
fn m Mr. Rey Kemp, of Angola, Ind.:
"was in bed four weeks with la grippe
a I tried many remedies and spent
iderable for treatment with physi-
c ns, but I received no relief until I
t Foley's Honey and Tar. Two
a 11 bottles of this medicine cured
and I now use it exclusively in my
f ily." Take no substitutes.
rest fires have been devastating
rgia for several days. The woods
w e afire last Saturuay and Sunday
al ost the entire way from Valdosta
t Savannah, and considerable damage
h been done.

S professional yards.


(ice in Masonic building.
(lIs answered night and day.
I -o E. M. B#EVARD

Office over Capital City Bank.

i D T. MYKiU.


Tlf Wesleyan Methodists of Tallahassee have
rehing services every sunday as 11 a. m. ard
7j3W p. m. Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. ;
elaaj ing at 6:S30 p m.; regular mid week
prazer service on Thursday evening at 7 o' clock.
EeTbody welcome.
4u 1Rev. F. E FITCH, P. C.


I ute 1894, Uvesty Xaryland,
StMre Post Graduate 1893.
S Has ke School Chcago.
Preservation of Natural Teeth,
Crowns, Bridgework, and Metal
P a Specialty. Gas admnis*erd.



M roe Street, opposite St. James
Sele stock of Gent's' 'rFurnishings.
| Fall stock of Stationery,

latest Lines of Readable Books,
EHOOL BOOKS, Leading Maga-
2emn, Periodicals and Daily Pa-
always on hand.
Chooe line of Cigars and Tobacco

A ring courteous attention to Cus-
tomev we respectfully solicit a share of
e ptro e of the public.

T. 5. E. Railroad
Win r a pme ser train every day in the
S weeafexcept Sunday.
Schedle effective April 1, O1901.
Bead dwn. 'Read up.
400 p. Lv ....Was.... .r. m. 9:1
6:15 4. Ar.iallahasee..L. | a. m. 8.0
SI ( Bell Air Croming)"s
ek~iwll be for sale at Dr. Lewis' Drug
MtOM i t. l and at the train twent
Frw bwrao to freight or expren. ay
toDr. agt. or Capt. ThomasrnoS
Haek mat -ran at Bel Air "sting, and
City.Talla1,amee in tin ..Stratn

W eed make
good eroi.s, oo
Scraps make more em.U
tomers-so och year t
crops and estomers hai
grown greater That'.
secret of 4mjerry famne
More Ferry' eds solid
and sown tbal any other
kind. Sold by.all dealer.A
M. Fey Co.


1eWlAbr i oIIr 1,it-

S Dealer in Mable Forei
Domestic. Orders Fill d on Short
See his cuts and prices before i
nonev outside the State. 44-1y


Watchmaker and Jeweler,

[r'Watches, Clock.s and Jewelry
repaired and warranted.


Smmoderate. No fee till patent is secmim
Letters strictly confidential. AddrM
E. R. .s, Pawtr. WasgLlweayr
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digestion. Theywillpurtfy
blood and make Yplex|
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gelatin coated. PMICE 25 CEMB |

10,000 Ladies; prearedbya
t old amnd c, edhase
cows asksmaub7asarO
No the only D e femarretableAsmost
medine e known. Price, s$. mail. $1.0t. Sai
4 em postae for Free pl. and ral
urted s to Addres tha e tok unde-T,
Bm3,N. 253woodw 66 ,k kt
For sale by: Wight& B T. fallalihasiee
Fla. ly
Administrator's Notice.
Estate of William A. Npowlin. deceased.
Notice to Debtors, Credhitors, FAc.
All creditors, leg-.tees distftatees. nd pa-
sons ha inar claims or demnanL against the e
tate of William A. Nowlin ,late of the coMty ot
Leon. State of Florida, dectus d are hereby re-
quired to present the ame to the underigaud
administrator of his said estate, within tw-
ears from the first pub ica-ion hereof, to-wit:
oveallahasseer 22, Fla D. 19, Nove or .his notice will e
plead in bar thereof. And all persons indebted
to said estate are hereby requi0ud to make im-
mediate payment to me.o
Administrator of the estate of William A. Now-
lin. 'deceased.
Tallahassee, Fla., Novemaer a?. Inod.


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of the Consequences of Tavern-

Nearly five years glided away before
ess again called me to Cedarville.
knew little of what passed there in
interval, except that Simon Slade
actually been indicted for man-
hter, in causing the death of Mor-
's child. He did not stand trial,
ever, Judge Lyman having used
I influence, successfully, in getting
indictment quashed. The Judge,
People said, interested himself in
Le more than was just seemly-es-
ly, as he had, on several occa-
in the discharge of his official
es, displayed what seemed an over-
teous indignation against individ-
arraigned for petty offences. The
pression made upon me by Judge
had not been favorable. He
a cola, selfish, scheming .man
the world. That he was an unscru-
politician, was plain to me, in a
evening's-bbservation of his say-
and doings among the common
of a village bar room.
As the stage rolled, with a gay flour-
of our driver's bugle, into the vil-
I noted here and there familiar
and marked the varied evi-
of change. Our way was past
elegant residence and grounds of
Hammond, the most beautiful
highly cultivated in Cedarville.
least, such it Vas regarded at the
of my previous visit But, the
nt my eyes rested upon the dwell-
and its various surroundings, I
ved an altered aspect. Was it
simple work of time? or, had fa-
Ibty with -other and more ele-
arranged suburban homes,
this in my eyes by involuntary
st Or had the hand of cultiva-
really been stayed, and the marr-
fingers of neglect suffered undis-
to trace on everything disflgur-
h questions were in my thoughts,
I saw a man in the large portico
the dwelling, the ample columns of
h, capped in rich Corinthian, gave
edifice the aspect of a Grecian tem-
He stood leaning against one of
columns--his hat off, and his long
hair thrown back and resting
tly on his neck and shoulders. His
was bent down upon his breast,
d he seemed in deep abstraction.
as the coach swept by, he looked
and in the changed features I re-
ized Judge Hammond. His com-
eion was still florid, but his face had
vn thin, and his eyes were sunken.
ble was written in every linea-
r. Trouble? How inadequately
the word express my meaning!
Sat a single glance, what a volume
*sfering was opened to the glance,
a volume of suffering was opened
the gazer's eye. Not lightly had the
It time rested there, as if treading
florous flowers, but heavily, and
Iron-shod heel. This I saw at a
; and-then, only the image of
Sm was present to my inner vis-
1 the swiftly rolling stage-coach
hias me onward past the altered
of the wealthiest denizen of Ce-
In a few minutes our driver
up before the "Sickle and Sheaf"
a I stepped to the ground, a ro-
u, coarse, red-faced. man, whom I
to recognize as Simon Slade un-
She spoke, grasped my hand, and
ced my name. I could not but
Sin thought, his appearance
what it was when I first saw him,
Ssix years previously; nor help
g to myself:
Much for tavern-keeping!"
marked a change was visible ev-
ere in and around the "Sickle
Sheaf." It, too, had grown larger
ilditions of wings and rooms; but
also grown coarser in growing
When built, all the doors were
; white, the shutters green, giv-
hI the house a neat, even tasteful
eio. But the white and green
Shea place to a dark, dirty brown,
to my eyes was particularly unat-
The bar room had been ex-
and now a polished brass rod,
filing, embellished the counter,
ffldry ornamental attractions had

1ven to the shelving behind the
1h as mirrors, gilding, etc. Pic-
too, were hung upon the walls,
accurately speaking, coarse
phs, the subjects of which, it
, really obscene, were flashing, or
*. In the sitting room, next to
I noticed little change of ob-
bnut much in their condition. The
chairs, and tables were the
i fact, but far from being the
appearance. The room had a
greasy odor, and looked as if it
M been thoroughly swept and
for a week.
mart young Irishman was in the
handed me the book in which
a names were registered.
I had recorded mine, he directed
to be carried to the room
as the one I was to occupy.
td the porter, who conducted
the chamber which had been
St Previous visits. Here, too,

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all sireL
Made by 1

were evidences of change; but not for
the better. Then the room was as
sweet and clean as it could be; the
sheets and pillow-cases as white as
snow, and the furniture shining with
polish. Now all was dusty and dingy,
:the air foul, and the bed linen scarcely 1
whiter than tow. No curtain made
softer the light as it came through the
window; nor would the shutters en-
tirely keep out the glare, for several of
the slats were broken. A feeling of
'disgust came over me, at the close
smell and foul appearance of every-
thing; so, after washing my hands and
face, and brushing the dust from my
clothes, I went down stairs. The sit-
ting room was scarcely more attractive.
than the chamber; so I went out upon
the porch and took a chair. Several ,
loungers were here: hearty, strong-
looking, but lazy fellows, who, if they j
had anything to do, liked idling better
tnan working. One of them leaned
his chair back against the wall of the
house, and was swinging his legs with I
a half circular motion, and humming
"Old Folks at 'Home." Another sat
astride of a cnair, with his face turned
toward, and his chin resting upon, the
back. He was in too lazy a condition
of body and mind for motion or sing-
ing: A third had slidden down in his
chair, until he sat on his back, while
his feet were elevated above his head,
and rested against one of the pillars
that supported the porch; while a
fourth lay stretched out on a bench,
sleeping, his hat over his face to pro-
tect him from buzzing and biting flies.
Though all but the sleeping man
eyed me inquisitively, as I took my
place among them, not one changed his
position. The rolling of eye-balls cost
but little exertion; and with that effort
they were contented.
"Hallo! who's that?" one of these
loungers suddenly exclaimed, as a man
went swiftly by in a light sulky, and
he started up, and gazed down the
road, seeking to penetrate the cloud of
dust which the fleet rider had swept up
with hoofs and wheels.
"I didn't see." The sleeping man
aroused himself, rubbed his eyes, and
gazed along the road.
"Who was it, Matthew?" The Irish
bar-keeper now stood in the door.
"Willy Hammond," was answered by
"Indeed! Is that his new three hun-
dred dollar horse?"
"My! but he's a screamer!"
"Isn't he! Most as fast as young
"Hardly," said one of the menlaugh-
ing. "I uon't think anything in crea-
tion can beat Hammond.: He goes it
with a perfect rush."
"Doesont he. Well; you may say
what you please of him, he's as good-
hearted a fellow as ever walked; and
generous to a fault."
"His old dad will agree with you in
the last remark," Matthew.
"No doubt of that, for he has to
stand the bills," was answered.
"Yes, whether he will or no, for I
rather dinkk Willy has, somehow or
other, got the upper hand of him."
"In what way?"
"It's Hammond & Son :over at the
mill and distillery."
"I know; but what of that?"
"Willy was made the business man
--ostensibly-in order, as the old man
thought, to get him to feel the respon-
sibility of the new position, and thus
tame him down."
"Tame him down! 01, dear! It
will take more than business to do that
I'm thinking. That curb was applied.
too late."
"As the old gentleman has already
discovered, to his sorrow."
"He never comes here any more, does
he, Matthew?"
"Judge Hammond."
"Oh, near, no. He and Slade had all
sorts of a quarrel about a year ago,
and he's never darkened our doors
"It was something about Willy and
-?" The speaker did nhot mention
any name, but winked knowingly and
tossed his head toward the entrance of
the house, to indicate some member of
Slade's family.
"I believe so."
"D'ye think Willy really likes her?"
Matthew shrugged his shoulders, but

made no answer.
"Shet# a nice girl," was remarked in
an jnder tone, "and good enough for
Hammond's son any day;! though, itf
she were my daughter, I'd rather see
her in Jericho than fond of his com-

"Me'll have plenty of money to give
her 4She can live like a quen."

~~~p.ja fl..aiyni*Wlpf vrnhas given

A Kentucky Colonel
is supposed to be a good Judge of

If you are acquainted with one, get
him to sample our Old Puritan iRye
brand. He will certainly pronounce it
the best he ever tasted.
This whiskey is fully matured. Good
when made; age has mellowed and
improved it until it is now the smooth-
est whiskey sold.


Our whole stock of wines and liquors
consists of superior goods.
Isidor Vlarcus.

e| *--'V."TT* --:7'

Distinctive Marki
Is possessed by our

"For how long?" -
"Hush!" came from the lips of Mat-
thew. "There she is now."
I looked up, and saw at a short dis-
tance from the house, and approaching,
a young lady, in whose sweet, modest
face, I at once recognized Flora Slade.
Five years had developed her into a
beautiful woman. In her alone, of all
that appertained to Simon Slade. there
was no deterioration. Her eyes were
as mild and pure as when first I met
her at gentle sixteen, and her father
said "My daughter," with such a ming-
ling of pride and affection in his tonb.
She passed near where I was sitting,
and entered the house. A closer view
showed me some marks of thought and
suffering; but they only he ghtened
the attraction of her face. tailed
not to observe the air of respect with
which all returned her slight iod and
smile of recognition.
"She's a nice girl, and no mistake-
the flower of the flock," was said as
soon as she passed into the hcuse.
"Too good for Willy Hamniond, in
my opinion," said Matthew. Clever
and generous as people call him."
"Just my opinion," was responded.
"She's as pure and good, almost, as an
angel; and he?-I can tell you; what-
he's not the clean thing. He inows a
little too much of the world--on its
bad side, I mean."
The appearance of Slade put an end
to this conversation. A second obser-
vation of his person and countenance
did not remove the first unfavorable
Impression. His face had grown de-
cidedly bad in expression, as well as
gross and sensual. The odor: of his
breath, as he took a chair close to
where I was sitting, was that !of one
who drank habitually and freely; and
the red, swimming eyes evidenced, too
surely, a rapid progress toward the sad
condition of a confirmed inebriate.
There was, too, a certain thickness of
speech that gave another corrobbrating
sign of evil progress. i
"Have youi seen anything of' Frank
this afternoon?" he inquired oa Mat-
thew, after we had passed a few words.
"Nothing," was the bar-keepei's ans-
"I saw him with Tom Wilkins as I
came over," said one of the men who
was sitting in the porch.
"What was he doing with Tom Wil-
kins?" said Slade, in a fretful tone of
voice. "He doesn't seem very choice in
his company."
"They were gunning."
"Yes. They both had fowling-pieces.
I wasn't near enough to ask wheqe they
were going."
This information disturbed Slade a
good deal. After muttering to himself
a little while, he started up and went
into the house. |
" "And I could have told him a little
more, had I been so inclined," said the
individual who mentioned the fact that
Frank was with Tom Wilkins.
"What more?" inquired Matthew.
"There was a buggy in the case, and
a champagne basket. What the latter
contained you can easily guess."
"Whose buggy?"
"I don't know anything about the
buggy; but if 'Lightfoot' doesn't sink
in value a hundred dollars or so before
sundown, call me a false prophet,,"
"Oh, no," said Matthew, incredulous-
ly. "Prank Wouldn't do an outrageous
thing like that. 'Lightfoot' won't'be in
I I -I

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O Our stock of Staple and Fancy Family Groceries has
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Can nned Coods, Meats, .
Coffees, Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits, Queensware,
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-'tSwt tii4*eu6ti4itwo tedc

a condition to drive for a month to
"I.don't care. 8he's out now; and the
way she was putting it down when I
saw her, would have made a locomotive
look cloudy."
"Where did he get her?"
"She's been in'the six-acre field, over
by Mason's Bridge, for the last week
or so," Matthew answered. "Well, all
I have to say," he added, "is that
Frank ought to be slung up and well
horse-whipped. I never saw such a
young rascal. He cares for no good,
and fears no evil. He's the worst boy
I ever saw."
"It would hardly do for you to call
him a boy to his face," said one of the
men, laughing.
"I don't have much to say to him
any way," replied Matthew, "for I
know very well that if he ever do get
into a regular quarrel, there'll be a
hard time of it [The same house whi
not hold us afterward-that's certain.
So I steer clear i of the 'young repro-
bate." I
"I wonder his. father don't put him
to some business," was remarked. "The
idle life he now leads will be his ruin."
"He was behind the bar for a year or
"Yes; and was smart at mixing a
"Was himself becoming too good a
"Precisely. He got drunk as a fool
before reaching his fifteenth year."
"Good gracious!" I exclaimed, invol-
"It's true, sir," said the last speaker,
turning to"I never saw anything
like it. And this wasn't all bar room
talk, which, as you may know, isn't
the most refined and virtuous ins the
world. I wouldn't like my son to hear
much of it Frank was always an
eager listener to everything that was
said, and in a very short time became
an adept in slang and profanity. I'm
no saint myself; but it's often made
my blood run cold to hear him swear."
"I pity his mother," said I; for my
thought turned naturally to Mrs. Slade.
(To be continued.)

Look Carefully

To Your Kidneys

Baad 8 emftar i omrde pns. a6 John t., New York.



Between New York, Tampi, Atlanta, New Orleans, and points south and west.
Schedule Effective December 1, 1901.

Daily 7iily
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LvI etenebumrs 1 20 opm 318pm
Lv Noriina, l42m 54pa
Lv Henderson -- am 612npm
Lv Raleigh. 3: am 7:35pm
Lv Southern Pies. 527am 9::7pm
Lv HamiE 40 am 10 35 pm
Lv Columbia 8 8 41am lSam
Ar Savannah. '1I* 5 am 4 40am
Ar Jacksonvilli, 3 :Ai)ppm 90Vam
ArTampa, "" 509am I 540pm
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Lv Weldon, $ V 12(15am 12U38am
Lv Norlina, 1255 anm 130pm
Lv Henderson,' i5am 205pm
Lv Raleigh, 50 *m 355pm
Lv. Southern lPnes, 5 5 am 618pm
Lv Hamlet. 635am 10 35 pm
Lv Wilmington, ...... pm
Ar Charlotte, 9:3 am 103opm
Lv Chester. 945 am 135am
Lv greenwood 156am 343am
Lv Athens, ** 218pm; 613am
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Jacksonville New York. via
ville and Washi Train 31
Jacksonville a p
No. 66. Atlantic Fa
Jacksonville Washington, an
No, 38 oo en at Savannal
8.0 a. m. Pul Drawing But
t cos at Savan with Central of
and points beyo .
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and at Archer wl Early Bird Br
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'.v Nashville. 930pm 93a-m
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Lv Mobile, "' 1230am..:..
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ArChester, 720pm 480am
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Lv Jacksonville, 10 10 am 7 V' pm
Lv Savannah, 155pm 11f pm
Lv Columba, 7pm 4
Lv Hamlet, a 1040pm 7 am
Lv Snithern Pines, 11 3; pm 8 -am
Lv Raleigh, 135am 10 am
Lv Henderson, 3 (am I am
Lv Nor!ina. 3 56am pD M
Lv Peterbrat, 5 54 am Za2pm
Ar Richmond. 635am' ,33 ipm
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md Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York.
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'M YOUi DO.'t'Find It Here

Mr. -Guy Dunning, a prominei
sn of St. Marks, made a busine
"t Tallahassee Monday.
Mrs. J. W. Coles, who has beel
Ick with pneumonia, is conval
mad will soon be entirely recove
Mr. Thomas Taylor, a proi
Monticello merchant, made a bi
trip to the Capital City Tuesday
Mr. D. Wiggins has returned
from a few days' visit with
friend, Mr. Robert Munro, in Ta
Mr. John M. Towles, clerk of
cidt court of Wakulla county,
visitor to Tallahassee yesterday
paid The Tallahasseean a short
++4 4
Huyler's candies are the be
have just received a fresh ship
Huyler's finest and most too
4 .9. 4+
Mr. H. A. Clark, of Apala
spent Saturday and Sunday in t
ital City, shaking hands with


a trip


is old
ie cir-
was a
, and
ent of
e Cap-
is old

The work on the capitol irprove-
ments is moving along smoothly and
rapidly. When finished, Flori a will
have a capitol that will be a c",dit to,
the State. -
+4+ 4
Correspondents are respectft~y ask-
ed to write plainly, on one sid~of the
paper only, and spell each wo'd out.
Don't abbreviate, and by all jneans,
confine yourselves to the news. *.
Many a bright and happy household
has been thrown into sadness aaid sor-
row because of the death of g loved
one from a neglected cold. BAL-
great cure for coughs, colds, -ind all
pulmonary ailments. Price, 25 and 50
cents. At Wight & Bro.
Mr. E. W. Peabody, of Jack4snville,
traveling representative of the rlorida
Times-Union and Citizen, was in Tal-
lahassee Wednes4ay, in the interest of
his paper. !
If any reader of The Tallahgsseean
knows the address of George Williams,
who left San Francisco, Cal., ftr Flor-
ida on the 16th of last November, they
will please notify this office. WIs rela-
Utives are trying to locate him. -
Mrs. Eddy, of New York, has-arrived
tin the city to spend the winter; and is
stopping at the home of Mrs. Kemper.
She has been coming to Tallahassee
far several years, and is always a wel-
gome visitor to the Capital City.
Mr. Isaac Story, a leading merchant
and saw mill man of Waucissa, had
business in Tallahassee during the first
part of the week. Mr. Story is also
postnaster of his town. .

Mothers who give their little ones
Mother's Worm Syrup give them the
icest tasting and most effective worm
medicine made.




Never thought of auch a
sign for a medicine did you?
Well, it's a rood sirn for

. Scott's Emulsi

on. The body

has to be repaired like, other
things and Scott's Emulsion is
the medicine that does it.
.These poor bodies wear out
from worry, from ovef-work,
from disease. They get thin
and weak. Some of thle new
ones- are not well mad--and
all of the old ones are 'racked
from long usage.

Scott's Emulsion

fixes all

kinds. It does the work both
inside and out. It makes soft
bones hard, thin blood red,
weak lungs strong, hollow
places full. Only the best ma-

trials are used in the patching
and the patches don't show

Mr. R. Mitchell and bride, of Jack-
sonville, arrived in Tallawbasee a few
aays ago, and will make this city their.
future home.
Mr. H. L. Dozier received a telegram
Tuesday from Cuthbert, Ga., announc-
ing the serious illness of his father, and
left on the afternoon train for that
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coombs arrived
in the city Sunday from dvashington,
D. C., where Mr. Coombs had been on
political business. They were en route
to their home in Apalachicola.
4+ .,
Mr. H. N. Sweeting, the jeweler, rep-
resentative of Jackson Lodge, F. & A.
M., attended the meeting of the Ma-
sonic Grand Lodge at Jacksonvills this
- 4 + +4
Mr. John G. Welch, of Pensacola,
spent a couple of days in Tallahassee
this week. Mr. Welch is a member of
the board of county commissioners of
Escambia county.

The Best Prescription for Maizrla
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Giovea' TASrf-
LMSS CHILL TONIC. It is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. Price 5Oc.

There are rumors of quite a number
of new residences to be erected in Tal-
lahassee during the coming spring.
The Capital City is on a decided up-
ward move, and is bound to grow.
There will be a mother's meeting
held on Monday, the 27th, at 3:30 p. m.,
in the home of Mrs. W. L. Moor, on
Monroe street, to which all ladies are
cordially invited.
H. N. Sweeting has a beautiful dis-
play in his show window, the central
piece of which is the gold watch to be
given by 'ihe Tallahasseean to the
Capital City's most popular young
+ + +
Messrs. W. L. Perkins and Henry
Walsh, leading citizens of Concord,
Ga., were in the Capital City a short
time Monday, transacting important
Students of, Tallahassee' should not
fail to read "Ten Nights in a Bar
Room." The boy or girl who writes
the best story about the different char-
acters in that story will receive five
dollars in gold.
is usually indigestion, which means no
appetite, sleeplessness, irritability,
weariness of body and brain. Dr. Loyal
Ford's Dyspepticide is a new and per-
fect cure. It aids digestion, tones and
rel.dates the stomach.
It is to be hoped that the City Coun-
cil at its next meeting will take up the
matter of numbering the houses, and
placing the street names on every cor-
ner in Tallahassee.
Only white barber shop in the city.
Over Pringle & Johnson's store.. Geo.
Cravy, proprietor, tf
+ 4 4
The Tallahasseean does not claim to
havi the best equipped job printing
office in Florida, but we have the best
in Tallahassee, Middle and West Flor-
ida. All kinds of work promptly and
neatly- executed.
Candies! Yes, we carry the choicest.
Huyler's candies are the only kind. We
have just received a fresh shipment,
and they are simply delicious. Try a
S. Schaffer has been appointed to the
position of manager of Kemper's liv-
ery stables on Monroe street, and in-
vites all those who wish to hire the
finest rigs in the city to give him a
call. See change of ad -in another col-
Dr. E. Christie, of Miccosukie, was in
the city Tuesday shaking hands with
his many Tallahassee friends. The
Doctor is one of Leon's largest plant-
ers, besides being a physician with a
large, paying practice in his section.
The coupons have been coming fast
the past week in the contest for the

most popular young lady. The one who
receives the greatest number of votes
will receive a beautiful gold watch,
which is now on exhibition in Sweet-
ing's show window.
Mr. Hirschberg's new business block
on Main street, near the Constantine
House, is rapidly nearing completion.
It will be the handsomest in the city.
Duval Brothers' new building, on Mun-
roe street, adjoining W. R. Wilson's
store, is almost ready for occupancy.
It will be the roomiest one-story busi-
ness block in Tallahassee.
+ + +
srop IT!
A neglected cough or cold may lead
to serious bronchial or lung troubles.
Don't take chances when Foley's Hon-
ey and Tari affords perfect security
from serious effects of a cold.

Commissioner of Agriculture McLAn
is off on a tiip to Lake Oxteechobee to
be gone several days, investigating the
canals cut ftr the purpose of draining
taat lake. tate Treasurer Whitfleld
is also there! for the same purpose.
+ + +
Work has .begun in Jacksonville on
what will be the largest ice factory in
the State, if not in the-South. The
plant will have a daily capacity of 150
tons of ice, with .a cold storage room
sufficient to meet all requirements. Mr.
DRAw* rt it--*1 n*up nt 4th rfanittol

Capt John C. Hodge, of Sopchoppy,
was in the city Wednesday.
White barber shop. Over Pringle &
Johnson's store. tf
Hon. T. L. Clarke, the leading attor-
ney of Monticello, was at the capital
yesterday on legal business.
Rev. S. L McCarty, of the. Presby-
terian Church, was absent from the
city last Sqnday. He was called to
lamonia to conduct the funeral ser-
vices over the remains, of Mrs. Van-
Prof. L. W. Buchholz, of the Florida
State College, occupied the pulpit of
the Presbyterian Church last Sunday
morning, and delivered a very able
and highly interesting discourse. There
were no evening services, Rev. McCarty
being out of the city.
4 4 4;
These are the days of colds, sharp
and sudden, attacking throat and lungs
and leading to consequences one does
not like to think about Avoid further
exposure and fight the enemy of health
and comfort with Perry Davis' Pain-
killer, the family stand-by for sixty
years. It conquers a cold in a day. See
that you get the right article. There
is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis.'
Mr. J. R. Maxwell, of Medart, was in
the city Tuesday and added his name to
The Tallahasseean subscription list.
Mr. Maxwell is postmaster at Medart
and one of Wakulla county's success-
ful naval stores operators. He suc-
ceeded Mr. Smith- in the latter busi-
ness last year.

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-
bles, and is the only prominent cough
medicine that contains no opiates or
other poisons.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Seven lots in
Villa Mitchell, also 20 acres situated
one mile and a half from Fort Ogden,
south %, N. W. 4, S. E. 4, of section
6, township 39 South, Range 24 east.
Property suitable for farming. Apply
FRANCIS P. SALAS, attorney-at-law,
Savannah, Ga. J.24-3t
The Rev. J. B. Ley, who for four
years served the Methodist Church in
this city, and who is, now presiding
elder of the Tallahassee district, will
occupy the Methodist pulpit Sunday
morning and evening at the -usual
hours for divine service. Mr. Ley cor-
dially invites,, and will be pleased to
see, all of his old friends, as well as
the general puwuc. Subject of his ser-
mon at 11 a. m., "The Christian's
Charmed Circle."
Munson Pond, Jan. 20.-Mr. G. W.
Alligood is finding ready sale for his
over-plus of fine cane syrup among
the private families of Spring Hill set-
tlement at 30 cents per gallsn.
Mr. Alligoo started to break up land
this week for his two-horse Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moody lost
their infant babe this week. It died
on Wednesday of this week, it is sup-
posed, of pneumonia. We extend our
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
Mr. Blanch Cogswel] has come back
to his father-in-law, Mr. Joseph Moody,
to make a crop. He has been working
with Mr. G. W. Rhodes, of Woodville,
in the turpentine business the past
year, but he thinks now it is best for
him to come to the farm and make
some hog and hominy.
Mr. W. T. Atkinson and wife spent
two nights out at the home of Mr. Wil-
lie Robertson's. While out there they
attended a young folks' party.
Mr. James Moody, who lost both of
his horses in September last, has ob-
tained two more-a fine black horse
and a mule.
This neighborhood was severely
shocked on Saturday, the 18th, to hear
of the death of Mrs. B. J. R. Boat-
wright, who lives about six miles south
of Munson Pond. The deceased was

the mother of five or six children, of
whom only two survive her. They are
Mrs. E. B. Wallace, who lives just west
of Tallahassee, and Mrs. R. B. Coun-
cil, of Crawfordville. The relatives and
friends of the deceased in this neigh-
borhood extend their deepest heart-
felt sympathy to the bereaved husband
and children.
Mr. Silas Alligood, of Woodville, vis-
ited his parents near Munson Pond on
the 19th inst. He came up to see his
little son, who resides with his grand-
This neighborhood has preaching at
Oak Ridge school house on every 4th
Sunday in each month. Rev. W. F.
Haskins in charge.
The following lines have been writ-
ten by a. friend on the death of little
Lula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gentle Lula, sweet and tender,
Haste to Christ with spirits light;
We pray to God that naught may hin-
Your sweet, peaceful rest forever.
Snug within the arms of Jesus,
Slumber through the long, dark
God will keep a kind watch over
Till shall dawn the morning light.
Tis the wishes of those who love you-
"Sweet and pleasant dreams bethine"-
In the clear blue skies above you

Sleep on, till are angels keeping
Kindly vigil over you;
In your cozy bed lie sleeping,
While mother and father mourns
their loss.
During the coming year it is our in-
tention to make The Tallahasseean the
leading weekly paper of Florida. It is
now considered one of the best, but we
do not propose to play second fladle to
any one. We are going -J the top, but
in order to do so need the co-operation
of everybody in 'allahassee. This pa-
per now has a larger circulation than
any otner published in Middle Florida.
its subscription list is growing every
year. New names Fre coming in from
all parts of the tSate, and before the
year closes we hope to pass the 5,000
mark. Help us along by subscribing
for The Tallahasseean.

Seeds that Grow

That's the kind we handle.
are fresh, put up from last


corps, and are guaranteed. If you
want . . .

Seeds that


And give good results, get the best.
We handle Landreth's Farm and
Garden Seeds, and they can be de-
pended upon. If you want seeds
that are fresh and will grow, call at

Balkcom's Drug Store.

The Hunting Season

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

carry a
line of
and are

Hardware, Stoves
Heaters, Ranges, and all kinds
of Cooking Utensils. Get a Wil.
son Heater for your bath room.
By its uwe you are made comfor-
table. and the danger from sick-
ness entirely removed.

& a DigI Co.

F. C. Corsets I

m a


We have
them in all
-V styles and
shapes to fit
every figure,
and ever
corset is sold
.'I under this
most liberal
Wt arrant-
"Money re.
funded after
four weeha
trial if corset is
not satisfactory.
Look for this
Trade Marli'on
inside of corset
and on box.
S o 1 e M4 a he r s
IalamaIo9m, MicK.








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Say! I Keep Everyt ing
Usually Fold in a first-class General Merchandise St ,, and
my stock is all fresh and good-none of your old, shA worn
stuff, but everything strictly up to-date. In . ..


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llahassee Drug Co.,

Wight & Bro.,

Marcus" New Salo

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

Staple and Fancy Gr series
Hardware, Family Drugs, Notions or anything needed ao the
best regulated family, just see-me, because I sell it f less
than the other fellow.


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



The Cypress LumberCo.,



CypressS bhigles, Doorp, sash and ii

Mouldings and Interior finish of all description.
We are prepared to fill 'orders on short nooti.
Write for prices. ,.,

Cypress Tanks and Vats a ciaty.



Serviceable Shoes, comfort
ln. inr.-,, d hia tkh kin d th



able shoes,

oV W prcMUe O oRUeV, eU n L hA w3U V A L U U
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.




The best thing on earth is an
Oyster Supper at Gregory's Res-
taurant. If you want the best of
oysters raw, stewed, fried, or on
the half shell, let us serve you.
We offer the selected from the
most desirable fields. We watch
the oysters and watch our stock.
The oysters are always fresh and

The City Restaurart1

H. L. OREGORY, Prop.

We are strictly "in it,"
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